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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 13, 1904
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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"b| .la _.. V.IUy, Bsts.llalT.4 '894'1 Covaotldatvd "oYe..... ,.. l..7, ..........y' ." '.. Kissimmee City FIn May 13 1904. -' Vol. VII, No." 20' '
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PAPER table mould "The.lossof tbls-organlo the yield of :cane on this farm, 'byureaHuringtbe Hardwood ashes are al.o. 'splendid

AN ABLE matter has.produced sterility by Java land, cutting and ,top for both purposes. But.lIme'death\ ,fl' k-r t
and other cane-growing countries by ping' the cane as it would 1'0'1.0' the to muck,1' and I would advise against. "DRUGS P.(i. THOMAMN.. D.. J. X. HOBEHSOH.Frescrtpttos .' + y

causing a want of porosity, of nltro- mill und by actually weighing found its used PATENT AND s Ctotfc. tastaMii'Maasfsr '
Adaptability iten-and of carbonic acids. "* the..leld to be over sixty-three-tons to EASILY TILLED. '
.On the or Muck the The samples of 'cane takenat PROPRIETARYMEDICINES : '
acre. '
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CUMATK. .Muck land when once broken and
EFFECT! OB1 :. : "' ,
TIIOMASON & ROBERSON
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: culture f the lame time and tested by the ag :
Land to the Of The vlltnate has also a pronouncedeffect in good cultivation is the easiest. soil ,
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ricpltural'department-at Washiogtoa: that. I know of to till) it should be '
/ commercial value of
Sugar Cane.' upon tie showed 12-to 13 per cent. lucrOlle,which cropped continuously the entire year, STATIOJIJERY
all plants "whose uecetlve products. Professor H. W. stated would : TOILET
Wiley
{I .DRUGGISTSARTICLES
and as little vegetable' matter
green .
are sought.to. bq, availed of, and su-
yield two hundred pounds of sugar to ;
Into it "
plowed as possible. tl'r
Prepared by W 1 L Van Duzor latter plant forms thrives no exception.to the greatestperfecton This the[ ton of cane, or twelve thousandsix i Time Is too short to .enter into the .y ,;
hundred pounds to the acre. This' CIGARS :
details\ of -cultivation of muck: -
In a warm, moist climate, marvelous yield after a continuous soil.\ In conclusion, I wish to say. Pure Drugs flccuratdu Compounded. : tl'A.
with moderate hot
intervals of dry cropping for twenty years without one TOBACCO ,
marshes still awaiting
these are
And Read Before the Sugar Cane weather, tempered' by refreshingsea great .
,
pound of fertilizer of any description. the touch of tliel husbandman.L. \ ETC.: '
breezes. The attains It .
sugar cane IIjreat.elit ?
This farm Is also growing fifty bushels .
Growers'- .Convention in development In semitropicalcountries H. Davis of Orlando, Fla., will 's. ,
of choice corn to the acre and one be pleased to furnish Interest-;
where1 cold is not Hullic- of the thriftiest ) anyone PreKflpttoss Filled Mist or e. sM.
Jacksonville. I lent young orange groves sated full information regarding<< the -!.1-' WE RESPECTFULLY SOLICIT
to check- its growth. Strung ,
in the State'is growing on u portion Day fcr '
muck lands. on Lake Apopka si Expert sod Careful
play an act of Congress, approved light/ _warm and moist weather for of this farm, bearing !heavy: crops of I will\ be pleased. to furnish to any A SHARE .OF YOUR PATPllarm1'd. a
the growing Reason, followed by cool choice fruit. ... RONAGE AND WILL !ENDEAVOR "ti
2 1850 nil the .
landor full' Information
September. swamp enquirer regarding.the e
and weather. for the
laud subject U:> overflow within herboundaries dry maturing In 1885' Captain: Host! purchased tile muck lands near Kls lmmee. I -: TO MERIT:THE) 'SAME BYPROTECTIHO .

was granted to the State. crop and concentrating! the conditions: the saccharine most- tract of muck: which afterwards became will also take pleasure In showing tbe Mew Drug Store. Next_ to : YOUR IHTKRESTS '
juices, are .
the St. Cloud plan-
Sugar
-of Florid favorable.In great lands anyone who will call on me atmy Stssford's. LN AL1.'.OUR DEALINGS.: .
.- A portion of this grant was the tat6n.! office/ in Kissimmee. -. .
the KiSBlmmee all of the
ast areas of land known as muck or i region In 1880 and 1887, 110 .acres wan I will also undertake to furnish forty
i requisite conditions for the ClllLlvaLlonKUIla'r .
marsh land, bordering. the various nf ground, making an average of 4,800 to eighty acres of muck land which I ---- -
| cane prevail. There we hlLveIlwll.'hL : "
lakes and river In the southern pounds of granulated sugar per acre and will \
I part ban been ip cultivation re-
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I sunlight, weather the f' "",
warm
,
with Inferior mill. Soon aft.erward F .
Florida attracted a very
of ; they very little if rain quire only a small amount of prepar-
falling during the growing sea
interest until u comparatively.recent Captain) Hose disposed of Ills Interest ation to rent free for
any grow crop, ,
of the ana weather -
son cane dry prevailing to Mr. Hamilton Dlsoton. The :
date us the land wore Impassable one year.The The Largest 71'9.
when the cane l is maturing.As :
mill rebuilt and first-class roller
w mart or bean the greater portion before stated, within this regionare was a muck lands in the vicinity of .. P
of the their 1 process mill was Installed. The crop .
y'ear owing to beingcovered Kissimmee can be rented purchased
withwattr... I their vast wealth areas of of land inexhaustibleIn mould. of I 1H88!\ and 1881!\/ 374 un of cane was at a fair price and. the acreage to suit ..
lust of the lakes und rivers in vegetable ground, making 1,200,000: I poilliTls of the purchaser.The .
f I Tlie soil Is a heavy, rich loam, resulting granulated 200,000 pounds of LINE OF SUMMER GOODS:
"'noni.li Florida/ UI-P bordered with muck sugar great marsh south of Okeecho-
from the of
partial decay vegetable '
land nl.l''IIlIn/ extent from a few second sugars. This plantation continued boo is in a wild and unbroken state i.'
acre for many thousands, the btsl- l ., matter containing as high as"U. to produce good crops of cane but as 1 have said before, It is by far
\ of and la
( > per cent organic matter,
each until the death 'Hamilton Ever to Kissimmee.
known tracts Ix'inu those of Lake 1'ohopekuliga year the \best and largest tract of. muck in Brought ->
depth from to twentylivefeel.
I 11.1'"lUll two IJis- ton, when operations ceased and ,
III taveola ,
county Apop-' Florida. The temperature below> Okeetthoheie -
Beneath this rich liumua IHusually -
ku In (> I mnck lands and the sugar interest in
i reches the
annv rarely ever freezing
country found, in the Oke'ctiob .e re- a+
lost their friend and.
Florida great
But by far the laiuest. and moet 1 I point of water, 32 degree/ and never Freezers I
bed of marl which ini
/glon, a marine ,
champion. His faith In the val : '
great i
valuable' tract, In Ill) opinion, for the below. i *>
production of Sugar, IH /lound on the i, a muuHUie the overlying, had become, ..Lrat.u incorporatedlow n. These ue of this fertile soil never<< wavered.My Sugarcane will rattoon ten to twelve Refrigerators .... l

went' and Hdiilh .Hhp-o nf Okeechobee, knowledge; of muck lands and and still produce profitablecrops. '
t ID Hammocks
linty )particles, their slow chemicalchangy their adaptability growing various years .l ,
xUMidlui I south into {.ho Kver {ladesTjrreuaUiiK .
several hundred tuke up and neutralize, the crops) come from my ttsttoeiaUons with Go Carts Etc; -
thousand :i acidity y due to decaying plant life bu1 It lies at the head of the Caloosa- \ ( ,
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acre. The future utilization of the !IJrainage Company as Its superird.t hatchee river which Into :-. ,.
1 empties
111111t'a.. perennial vegetation, in one -ndeut from. 18WJ until the Cotnpletiun I At Prices that Defy Competition : '
this tract: of lIe must feltlllllan
rival 1 Charlotte Harbor. then Into the Gulf
form or another, aids In absorption ..
of Its contract in 18U3 and the ,
has jt to !be rolvetl. 1 7>f Mexico affording/ cheap. transportation ,
of of decomposing plants, thusrendering 1
I gases safe of I its land. And the artqitl I
in May, It-MI 1 was the commence- by \ for machinery and supplies
the Roil sw(>et and adaptedto
: cultivation of muck for the last twelve
ment nl u new era to UilnHanHof land. iainifdiate cultivation, au well asI others attest. to the fertility brought In, and for Its produce goingout To be Found at the Store ofGRAVES
Many
The Into Hamilton HUII.Lou of Philadelphia jeurs.
to of the globe. Here Is
I uninjurious to health. any part .
and of muck __ *
productiveness -in-r '
cnu-ii'd! Into.. contract with a for the 'armer ,
I lIEA I.TIU'UI. KBTSION. lauds who much better known to
are
thu 1'rustet-C of the Internal. Improvenilill and capitalist. These great marshes
; t I Fund' of the State of Florida to I The healtlifuUeMs of 'u ,region Is of the agricultural I world than myself. air at present pasture Ia.ods-on them & GRAVES 1.etVaN'K 1.

do fci-iuin 1 tlIIIIIIUI"'OI'k'lthin' a certain : \the! utmost importancv' to any eneprise ,',- I'UOFKSSOU WILKV'S!' VIEWS. graze the thousand of cattle shipped

area ol l.'xl) milei in length by UK) I and efcpecittlly'is this true whcuj Professor II, v...'. Wiley chief chemist every year<< from Kissimmee and other
I iiiilfo in width. oc-aUty called the j the operatives' must lnvome" }>eriiiuiH'nt. of the United States Iepartmentof poines. "I

I 1\1..1111111... \'u lit.),. 'I i reBiiJeiitu. It can bo poaltixely stated Agriculture, states lliut 'these lauds They are the best wild lands In the "" """"' Va"N
Tliciontvnct was afterward. modified I thui the reclaimed, luuda if the Klsgiiumec to agriculture and world, and In
are new UIo'lurwallY they are to-day, even .
hy which 1 l 10 an of I Valley are (f. from malaria.] -'
t v expenditure more arodf other soil in their capabilitiesfor their: wild and uncultivated st 3chief te, the

er than) ol u 1 I'Yunkllii million i dollmu, I'u., and Gl'Ul'I'811111 hl"l HHHOiau : -- | )The any Clu Here} .'liveThese .! her tofu: "In conclusion It may be ld ceola.source Polk, of De wealth Sow anal of Brevard Leecounties., Os. t'tt"t'tt1'tt't'tt1't"t"11t't'11tt11""t"tt1ttt't1"1'tfttJ1' (" ' ' " ' ' "! ,' '!11w alM

< .>, the .u.ct''SOI'. I In InteveettoMr. men wets recruited from all I that tte crops that cun be grown upon Col. J. .'. Dunne, former vioe-president See That
UittHlon, uonuirtid two million acres parse of the Poultry. Ma Big Sign I)
the l sands and muck soils of'the southern of the drainage company, address 3.
I of land. entered into tint xrrvU-e of the country Florida peninsula include, first, Hullett building, Philadelphia, will '

1 txmiHIHATlON MKMKI before tlie> b callie. aoclllllsLl-d. l>ur- all kinds of vegetables for early market furnish anyone interested in the Okee- '' j Y

t Immediately following the making lug a !period of over o ears the \ ; second, fruits of every description chohee tract with\ maps and full information w CITY BAKERY : ;

' of this contract ttttwtM Mr. Disli.ollj { company never employed' a physician including all the citrus fruits} on request.I % ,

s j and the :-juito of Florida, a corporation till'< lost an eilplojie|>) from death, never and especially peaches, which grow( I have with me a few fine photo ::::: ... .::::::;e

x wa formed. to talk over the contract fdid any of the men leave the serviceof in the greatest" profusion and. are ready graphs of St. Cloud plantation and E That is the Place to Get ,3
:I and execute ill requirements. the cumpamty| fro n the fact that theoy for the market In May. ; third the staple sugar mill; also views of marshes and

1. Thin corporation was known as the I could not stand the climate. Malaria semi-tropic crops of sugarcane dredge used by the company. I also

i Atlantic and Gulf Canal and Okeecho- I anti chills are, absolutely unknown. and rice; fourth, the cjvgfcava; and corn have a sample of muck soil after :

bee, 1 and Company. Its onicers were: Wnhin u radius ol/ twenty miles of which grow upon the !Sandy lands; thorough cultivation for several | Something Good foEatj

.- Wm. St.oltely (ex-Mayor of Philadelphia I Kusimiuee: is an area of at least :30- and fifth, bananas. cocoanuts, etc.,- years I would be pleased to'-have

), ,president J. Dunne, vloepienident I UUU acres. of excellent: sugar lands, in which are essentially tropical plants." you look at both
tracts: of from AN) to 2.UUO which
acres .
and general manager; Col. wlnIsis, Messrs. Aug. Vovleker & Sons, agricultural -
J. M. Kreamer, chief engineer; Mr. | possesses every requisite in of chemists of London, referto ::::: -

I Hamilton Ulsston. treasurer. With elevation, components\ o and the the high percentage of vegetableand Kelly Kllpa. :=:::: Fresh Bread, Pie and Cake every Day. -

its head offices at PblladelpnlaVfcnd Its be natural facilities with which they can nitrogenous matter and characterof pDiamondX! Butter,.Made from Pure Cream. 1-lb PackaS -
put In cultivation. These rich sugar ,
tbe lands.Professor .
Southern officfl and operating headquarters new Klear, kool and kalm klimate at.KeU"1 "
; In KlfiiminM, Florida TJieXMJinpuny lands are admirably located, a D. Tackle, director{ of the And vicinity Is the order of age .
r" durlnff its operations built greater part of them. bordering on the Peat Experiment Station, Bremen, the weather bureau for the1 last weekor E: Large Assortment of Lunch Good. w

a Dumber of powerful dredges/ and beautiful I akes of that. region, extendIng submits a careful analysis of the noil. two;-there has also been a great C:=:: Candy? We Have Plenty\ of it from 15. t&::.50 Per lb., ..

constructed over one hundred mile. of from thus Lake Hart to Lake Klsslmmee and- Dr. Tackle says: "In respect to content calm in the political storm since the j= Also large Stock'of Penny 'Goods. Ay$)
canals, varying In width from 23 feet affording pleasant farm of potash, phosphoric acid and Krabb barbecue. .
to 105 feel, and from six to ten feet In plantation sites, Insuring an abur4ance lime, the samples of soil from Floridaare The orange. groves and all the /growing 1 r= If too busy.to come to us for Somthing Good to. Eat

a depth, below water level. of water for irrigation when quite similar to those from northwestern truck show the need of refreshing", ;;; Phone 65 and we will supply your wants through our FreeDe'"' I

Irs These caDalJJ were con.tructed connecting necesjary, and an elevation of about Germany, overgrown with showers, but have not suffered mate- C= livery System. )
the various lakes from Lake seventy-five feet above tidewater. Jt. heather. It l is distinguished, however rially.Mr. .

Hurl on the north Caloosahatcn-. has also a sufficient natural grade, by with a much higher content of nitrogen H. C. Partln. t harvested 1Jl11L111111111111111111111111111111111111111J111111111111

ee river on the south, this stream carrying which easy sub-drainage Is afforded. and by a much more perfect de- his crop of oats-a good yield. c
' the drainage Into the Gulf of The following analysis of muck will composition. Very likely the nitrogenis [ Mr. It.. D. Libby the incorrigible I
Mexico. be found Interesting to those famllllar contained In a form more available. the baa- Rte
The work proceeded forever no, Invincible one--no, two
ten years until completion of the ex with the subject of sugar culture: to plant growth than In northwestern of the prettiest places in the countythe Q&i

pendiiure agreed MoUtnr .. . .. . .. .. . . .. 1 KMOraanlo Germany peat lands. Undoubtedlythe I result of elbow grease and good
upon. .
o matter and combinwater .7A AASlTc
It would have been fortunate for the and laiulubl I tllotUi . 0 m soil as represented by the samples management.Our ; THE LAKE HOUSE
Stale If the company had been permitted O"lde l ol Iron,.. . . .... . .. .. I 147 will become'very productive." old Kx-Confed veteran and hero i '
' lo continue Its operations under lime..1)7) AWKOVKU BY SPKKCKLKS. K. C. Partln doesn't seem to be
....n ...a .. .. . .. 0 InHotMll
r1 similar contract, irnlllthe canal . . . .. . . 0.1 Mr. Claus Spreckeli, probably the at all exercised over his candidacy.He i
f south from Lake\ OkeeCnobee and Hlt- Htxla. . otIo: greatest authority an sugar production has-heard the thunders of artillery S H. M. WOODS PROPRIETOR. ,.

Ca river ,bad been completed, which rho-phorie.oW phurle. acid. '. .: .: : .. . .: .. 0 0 51Chlorl IHBo in the world, paya a high compli- too often to be alarmed at fuslla)es. .""

would have Increased the drainage of e. .. . . 0 ,a ment to the richness and value of Wedding/ bells are ripplingforth
the lands already reclaimed and Increased Mlro(.n (In organic matter).. .. .. . .. . 'i 17 muck lands for the production of su- their livery notes, announcing hymeneal I S1.OO PER DAY. I
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4r the reclaimed lands many The chemical : ha been substantiated gar. celebrations'in the very near fu- J'I
thousands of acres.OPKIiATIONS by practical experience. -Philadelphia, Pa., March 22, 1890. ture. Let the blessed work go on.

t t COMMENCED. Muck lands have been found to be -To Mr. Hamilton DUston: Dear Road Supervisor Geo. H Ivey, i.vla'orousll is !
suitable SIr-In answer to -yours of the 20lh pushing to its completion
t' to a great variety of crops,
From the commencement of operations instant, in which, you ask my opinion our new road recently established.Our '
F especially sugarcane.BOSS'S Month.
I Week
of( the these lands Rates r
company were regarding Florida as a sugarproducing urbane conductor, C. M. Fra- Special by or ;
rhV
It
designated muck land., by which they WORK': State, I lake. pleasure in saying zure, is ever and anon on the qui"he, ,_
7W have ulnee'bfen' known and have gain- Captain R. E. Rose, the present that, during my recent trip to Inspect looking out for the comfort, convenience

ed considerable notoriety. It was State Chemist of Florida, was superintendent your sugar operations, my surprisewas and accommodation of passengers VVV V VVVVVVVV'VVVV ,$
found that the muck land., were of a of the Drainage Company's great at. finding such a country on the Sugar Belt. ,

I peaty nature, partly if not thoroughly operations the first few years of its for the growth of sugarcane. The lOll The Peghorn school is still flourishing ,

t' decomposed and of extraordinary fertility '. In the fall of 1880 he is as rich as any that 1 have ever seen, with an attendance fairly /good +++++ II Mi. *+4++++++++M"M*+**.M ++ H +*+**4tr *. > *
u soon as effectively drained. planted tbe first sugarcane planted on and. with proper cultivation the yield considering/ the season.

."' These muck dep 'alts' are of varying reclaimed muck lan4 In Florida, .at should be equal to that of any other Our esteemed friend, "Onward" l is Semi Tropical Nurseries -
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depth from two to twenty-five feet. Southport, which *fs located at !the country on the face of !the globe. rusticating In the rural retreats of -7

4 ,jt Upon the physical character of the south end of Lake Tohopekaliga, "I congratulate you upon the bright romantic Osceola. When he returns

e' > soil and Its chemical composition depends twelve miles south of KUslmmee. The prospect for the future of the sugar the V. G. may expect something rich, Orlando Florida. .
e the question of Its suitabilityor land planted had been permanently business in the State of Florida. rare and racy.Icecreams f fIf
unsuitability for certain crops. in-undated to February of the same Yours
up truly the order of the '
are day
y+ The first essential intend planting Fruit Trees this fall send me list ; ;
In a fertile soil Is year. Captain Clay Johnson had "CLAUS SPRECKLES. ont here. Our people seem to have a you any
.trS, capability o' absorbing an abun- charge of this farm. Those-who erelarmingsandy tolls turn for making it and there is nothing of your wants and I can save you money or Orange, Peach and > H ra

.ydanoe of air; at the same time the frl- TIe sugarcane grown at Sovthp, rt near a muck deposit will Und U a more admirably adapted to the Pear and all kinds of Nursery Stbck.
... of porosity of the soil must not was exhibited at the New Orleans Cotton great. source of cheap fertilizer. I disappearance of coolness. H

be so excessive thai no moisture Is retaitwa. > Centennial during February and have made many experiments with, The general health la good, crops W. R. SPE1R. '
Clay soils are objectionable( March 1885 the first premlunover roxe 3
taking composted muck which were always are In a fairly flourishing condition
3 from the former cause and elevated, Cuba Louisiana and Mexico. A attended by success. One cubic yardof ant cattle, sheep and hogs appear to i TI ++++. +. H**, *+ rfr M +++++*I II".tt. >* II.1" ;
loose sandy ones from the latter. delegation of Louisiana sugarcane stable manure composted with two' be doing well. .'
For stigaV culture soils well fertilized planters visited Southport In March, cubic yards of muck with 00 pounds --
e by a proportion of decayed veff- 885. They brought with them Dr. high-gra-de sulphate of- OLaflh.- Bath( i
,
+J, enable matter are esteemed superior Sands an expert sugar chemist who will make-a fertilizer that will not only Do It Today.

h' } to all others. That solid. in hot countries reported slity-nve: tons of sugarcaneper fertilize your crop, whatever It iJ.Ii

. especially In tropical climates, acre, with 17 per cent sucrose and may be, but it will greatly build up This time worn Injunction ''never oseAwfulHeadacbes

contain more organic matter than but i per cent /glucose. your soil. Another good plan is to put off 'till tomorrow what you can do

e j) ; those in northern latitudes, la a come YIELD TESTED. spread muck in your cow lot and stables today," is now generally presented in Ate sure Indication cf soma tortes cf R0ma01.t ;, tI
mon but "
"t' from supposition; it Is evident Captain Rose ground the crop in ; when it Is pretty well covered this form: "Do it r.odayl"! That is trouble biliousness or a bad llrer Jofalaria will .

'>t! with cane analysis.that soils. In such Is not the case April and May, 1885./ Southport Is with manure rake It.P Into a pile the terse, advice we want to give you next Overtake you. Don't tl.k 1 find IIbon aU. ., !
;//J; J fact, cutting aside and sprea i again, repeating the
' oils still producing enormous crops of vegetables process about that backing cough or demoral- 'doI1'ttWClIomelOl'qv.ltlt 110& ar.dalI sotia
of .
"It, a peaty nature, it is rare too and about fifteen acres devo- until you have sulUolent for your izing cold with which you have been <
meet with soils
,'I cane yielding more ted to : purpose. struggling for several days perhaps \ \ .
{/ loan 3 to 4 per cent of humus or vege- sugarcane Soda ash is one of the best alkalies: weeks Take some reliable remedyfor '. HERBINEKissimmee .f I
In March 1902, I personally tested ,
that can be uied for sweetening muck, it today-and let that remedy be
Growing: Xctaea. ana "a''.., either, In the compost heap, or ai, a Dr. Bosbee'a German Syrup, which an &beh' Vhrfatee-.cons. : 01 tb*' t Jt s

N 'y Mrs. Josie Sumner, Bremord Texas top-dressing on a muck: field. been in for .
? ; A PfMltlv W c .u) baa use over thirty-five & II.ERBINE .. "'" j
., writes April IS, 1902: "I have J year. A few doses of it will undoubtedly . reeggnlartyEwnh oresun "'-'- ppss "' ,-,",

I' :' used Ballard's Snow Liniment, in my Having to lay upon my bed for 14 Quick Arreat. relieve J'ouroou/rb/ or cold and tbed1Jr111it1.ve org&D.Ila perfect: ooDdi&Ion. -. .( t
? family for three years. L would not day from a severely bruised leg, I its continued use for a few days will J 011 bIllOlllDllMo bNMo11fti' t

be without it in the house. 1 have only found relief when I used a bottle J. A. GuHedge of Verbena, Ala., cure you completely. No matter how U4 1 .p ,. I'QGC1' Dloe.lbetlleL .,;

,r, :used 'If on SOT little girl for growing of Ballard's Snow Liniments can was, twice in the hospital from a severe deep seated your cough even If dread .," '- -
'r "J'O.D&W. ..
: ;pains and aches ID her knees. It cured the best '
cheerfully recommend as case of piles causing .24 tumors. consumption has attacked your lungs, .
her right away. I have also used It medicine for bruises ever sent to the After doctors and all remedies failed, German Syrup will, surely effect cure :: I.. }Lp OhajMslsa IIhea

.- ..for frostbitten feet, with good success. afllloted. It has now become a positive ISucklen's Arnica salve quickly arrested -at It has done before in thousandsof

Jilsjbebest liniment I ever used." necessity upon myself. D. R. further inflammation and cured ayyarently hopeless cases of, lung For Snleiii KissimmeeThoitiason ;

; I'1ffi9 IloIerson.rlioo $1.00.. Sold by Thomson; Byrnes, Merchant, Doversvllle.Texas.2oc : him It conquers' aches and kill. .trouble. New trial l bottles, 25c; regular 4 :
>> 60o' 91 at Taomason & RoLerson.b pain. 25o at Oceola I t '
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"73f .. a Meats can Metal.be Ret poisoned. Sick. and nav. 1 Russian Troops. Crossing!: ; Lake Baikal, ;Eastern Sibe -1;


diseases In' touch' the same way u -'

animal and vegetable creatures., And Y q."i. :
d .... r.. f,
wh.a they are diseased they are dan + ; + 1.. ? .Nwt y f
ka.
gerousto mankind; for If they are i

made .Into tools,i they mar break' ruin : 4

&. laborer'.. r\\[, or perhaps put out

his eyo; if they happen to be part ota

bridge; they may break and cause

accidents,. perhaps destroy Ufa. Pro(

'feasor.K.: )Feyn, of the Technical Er- ,

perlment Station of the Royal Polrtechnlc .

School, Merlin harlttenbur( .

I| write on this' highly! JAterestlng eub, \'

+ 7 r Jeot-"Llfa and Diseases ,of .Metalsla "- ...
1
n: Harper' Magazine. The microscope

J has developed' this 'b aneh oif

modern 'science, tie It has developedtho

1'f Rudy of human Jlseaacfl In the

r d hands of Vlrchow and hU followers j

'illustrations accompanying the article I jI

d'L ..s vi show dl e.Bel copper and steel. jI i fr ,\ ,. ....

s I > I .h'i.!' t '."IM! AA;, "g t4 th'a '\..,--' -' "

t"w I The Care of the Eyea.Th :: -.q-

; eyes are the 'moat' wonderful Ii Tlie Triu.i.til>friuii r.UUwij Is uu L ItJi runup.| 11' ]IJ-' Ol .*JlH'lltVJIICl i a I is iioynli' rl. xli]>l>ofted lo bo. It In :I III'

k :? I end delicate optlohl Instruments in not 1"ven\ iK'tiiMlly I jillnnous, 1 % , lor ',It 1''11;(" llnikiil pisseII' <>I4 null ,Koodn l iii'isl'l L'nns-liipH-l lu-roH (In1 lnk- lu ,t'

the world and -easily subjected to whiter tilts oT u'oulrhe. has to be tnu(' 111 i :i the 1 lot*. Th'IIIIIII'"II"1 xliovvn Irony|> i i ,lii-lutf hurrldl .JKTOKH LnIn llnlknl-otr- \'

strain. Thero nre few eyes that are I (the way to Ih)(* oi: -'t. As soon nn It I.."mute evident that wur flits iiic'\llnbiu tl le IQ.. .sill ne put nM eiiorniDiiH force of :M

.. 1111'111.1. work 10.., Jug' trucks nrrosx. the lake. I
,, f not Caused unnecessary and detrimental - .
---'-- -
''-- - --- --- --- -- '
., strain. This, produces the Inflammation .
'.':.'. that Is the trouble of many n 111101 1111. TJier!, sine fvory-lm-h of IIi.- I ';"_ ,,:,t "It.<< .

'{f,' tnd which In turn Is often the canso tray and l nitiMi" .1. iniii: >r will Kill In Worked It.
.. How They t
front of his
and by
oiiiiinj; merry
of the unsightly pufl2n<*m under the '
TIIERUSSIAN
::11' fiirnlvnl: imti-! si-n ; the laiiclil r 1 ..
yes. Although; It Is not possible to

ITo change their ('()',<"r or shape, the ap-
-Ir. (.irre) iiiiidi, >liilii>; lii .Miur .ll -
pearance of tale: eyes can often be 11 I. :Vw Irtiiu theiist
I r c't n< ? -iiHWinl tin- \.ix\
materially Improved by proper care, : "( tinHHK I nun' ill" \\Vc-t. whoui

and the rnrrouniling' tls.Mioa and f satires : ., i ., IT' hike\ wherelii'lli ,
ARMY.siu ] ho, iKil'l.cnri1.' mi-el ill I
be successful wife retain the love a'I
a to PC! aio-Jn! ) as to add greatly to ; i 1..1 I I :g"I:, ::nto, quo u.-li: thc.r thlrnt.I \

the lookn. Hxcellent Information OT \.t l .t inir-lt us Ibi--1. u.--il: lo tJ..."
and admiration of her husband should be a the care uf the c-yea Is given by Dr. I 1 1r
3w
'r -;pl"rd IN-" '',, ;< Irnni f l. nf III" West.

Mrs. Brown and Grce Petkham !Murray In the De Xgt'w! :: ..1'\.0\-:1.' ) \ : :: 1l\4.\itl'I .....,.\\' J ',1,1 1 ll .-II .u.!! llf ., UilllblT: [ISI ,'

woman's constant study. Ilneator. Thr- HBO of placjes Is a Fub- ( > : : ); the luI.h: ; !! -I L ii. l 10. I mil 1 "i n. II \ ."i" I ", tie have 1

a topic that mcTlirt s'nT'al attention. k tGI"II."T., ,. .. III-, ,. Hi.' ." .11',. s ''I\\$-
Mrs. Potts tell their stories for the benefitof "" ". SU "'I'! ""I ''I'' lit.ll.\ rillk ; mill< I ;
,.. ji'i-is" MM'IIIH>_ to linyc: ii bb.li '- 'i" n ,, I II I\\ .' : I .1111'" ,I" enjny our 1

all wives and mothers. )7IT9n'.rniiirt. >t1v fift* !1. NoTf. "rnrrni.n* :::JlU'Ht' ;:::" ,", I.''"" of the. lln" MIIIIArmy ," :i.I! allh'Sur .L ir| "i'lli.v "
I rr.. after' fl ret ,I.. . n-enf, I Hr. Klln.'. t.Iear it'nki'd\ thedc'i :
\ :i* a Hcliliiu \11.1'd do tau \\ii-k 1 ,;
i !\.n..It...torr.-: I rial :Lot tl .nl tr..I1.'r"8
DIUR MB*. PfggtvA1J-Lydia: E. Plnkhani's Vegetable Com- I III. II. U. ICl.ivi.. I I.! I.. it< Aivh,"t.. l'MIa.,1'1;. I tei"In! in urlii-h in tinruil.'il( ::" ,I i- 'limn lln- I.-ist. IH-I, ,.tnhl..it, I>IHM> "1r..1
a pound will make\ orery raotnrr well strong-, healthy and hujipy 1 drafted - --- vf,> ;Mui7liii I:.> Iiitln.alr Unit tinKiixliin 1 ,' !ni> i Ial, a '|Ir' : l"n- +
through nine year. of miserable existence, worn out with pain' or."! woariue- I n.rorM'lr; I. tl'illu. ort nf .rrhevringeemrllnn li.-ul I I'ttli', In Icnrii" / :11.0111 thivalue ,' -.l .11. \M' :l'--.I'-' tt- |I" mill'''' nl l our

# I then noticed a statement of a woman troubled a. I woe, and the uderful ) '. ; > ou dot' l ".lIIt tor .oll.dh.u; of inoiiiitivl: Ii. l.ii.tr; ( nun tin1, w 'IM Inv." -II> I I'I "' ,, r. "'Wei '
ult the had had from Vegetable Compound and decided to what I yuu __ _ _ ____ at 1.
n r ( your try h MIHTViir. b.uruIt lir.im, h of ,,, ,. ,
: WIIH ;i i i'- r1 d a >\ i mil I-u'In i/ i i I. I" n ii"U In our
It would do for ma, and used it for three montha. At the end of that time I Mr*. \Vin*>low's : ootl.lufrhy.-iij-. rh 1IIrontlretbineeoft.u '
tin *>iTv" !,,i t to i \\ lii'-'i: III.) ]>nlil '.IIh !Ill M -,, .' I me I "h.11 line nl IMIIhi", I iiI III ,r riles :
the r.marked and husband fell In \ the *. |1"0 iuRnmojnlion
wa a different woman, neighbor it. my I .IJIIK i e< LA.C
love with me all over agnin. It seemed like a new existence. I had been tufferinjrwlth allnjB | ain.nin. Hv iuJ re_"in-, :.c. hbuttloAVIiat Jar iittiMitior I 1..r"I..th"r I11 with Tur i t, .. hnr!' II- "li..nl 11.111111..1, on, I .1 boEiril. '

Inflammation and falling of the womb. but your medicine cured ,, kl'1. 1 lliil: I IIIM> Vloni'l I 'rl.ut Nmmi. iniisi' I.now f'.1'u ; I". .u [linnlI
n j j'l:iiv: 'd nurd! the wonM Le i:
that and built up my entire nyatom till I waa Indeed lik. a new "\voman. ali meU31 actii ,1 1 u hat tht-y prrich' : nniili tins iriMl.r1n.ii" : "1'1,,. ilr.ijioiinwill ) '- I I" 1-1, s.in.. hint. tinour < :-.I--! lull 111113't, t

Sincerely your., MRS. CnAs. F. BBOW, 21 Cedar Terrace, slot Springs Irk., --- -- -. reinlcr *-t''-:11.1. .rrtl, !k e. TU.-J lire" i, i !.i.: : to! i.-iitv' li"in.' a i""I| "h\ i"r their

"Vice President Uothcra' Club." Old !Sfa. 1i clr ut Chair, *, elr ran h. In rut" lily inoinitiM iltli'! ". ant I frr, tlivirI'lujiloj ><1 I" !M"ill/ ,' M I."I
Suffering women should not fall to profit by l\lrs. Rrown'ft ex- dyed i with, r 1'1" "'" M'Anrtrss Drta. '! ini nt thi': Turl.l-li i .million, I Is IIII-IH and brag" : nl "lit' S,,,, ac gut our t
perleiicen ; just r as surely as she WAN cured of the troubles enumerated --- -- ln'iMiliarl.v :1,1; >ti'.l[ .\I.r l u nil tinJXIVMTS ( ?
i r-ii-'Ki i tin- "i'dnin in i inor
i.ove, may mu. .., ate a niau.. but raarriigeI \\ I '
In her letter just so surely will Lydia E. PlnkJiniii's Vegetable ..,.. luul i In Kuriipt: ;) the linssi.nis. !" li.i\i. Mies .
il-
'' ff'4AS g'h i n "iinii-il -.j.-'s: h|i" I I. ii Iree
Compound cure other women who suffer from womb troubles, +wtm I"
-- --- I-.'' :Ili/.I'll'' the :UMl" IIIiir\!' nf I r. OIIIIIIM! ,,
; ,, ,
'n
t a'a 11. foli-st 111"1\ la I li I d! hunter
Inflaminntlo the ovaries kidney troubles, nervous excitability] I do not be'.lcve FHo'ii rUN lor ronsump1li I n
and nervous prostrAtion. Read the story' of Mrs. I'otta to all It I
mother t .UoTin 'J'rlnllyo1rlnIt8.! | loil.. }'.b. 15. 1900. : h", le\i !- bis canl- .1 llii-s 1 OffiMi'Ne.h 1
-- -- -- ---
c w DRAa Ma& PnfKnAM :-Dur1nlrthe early Two often cane to be company aftrrt'jiy A RUSSIAN! SOLfflF.K.
part of my married life I iraa very delicate are made one.J.lrhllnll. '. .\ meiiilier, of the \l-Ulil\-riiihlll: KrRl- It home I., triumph lianas:: it iiion] his
In health. I had two miscarriages, and both I IOK
I nl,"lIt of [liifanlr Ih..l retrof..ky\ Ke!!l- .
I \ I- f and I felt very badly ai we were I r- M\'rI1
t end M'alrr.It I lit .. .
anxious MK'iit. lnirc'liilf: ""llIlIu' N"- ;: /ff. :;J
to have children. A neighbor,: who
I' had been using Lydia E. Pinkham.'sVegetnble : is pnictk'nlly\ linpossllile to rnnae -- ---- - ;.w !I )i;' ..1. ",\,_ '' 'l'5' / ,
' .1
of electromotiveforce :
elootrlc high
an spark "
Compound advised me to t l'tlllIltl. Lord ulsrley, once wrote
9 It, and I decided to do mo. I soon felt the lo leap from one surface of n U ptcfa.. ( to U 1..1 "f lIIar.-llll1l huuga I ,

my appetite waa Increasing the headaches liquid! to miothcr. For this reason it Is ill whl. Ii, n,. bald "Tilt, .IIIo'r. ,,110I"M ,. [

gradually decreased and dually disappeared. rare Hint IJchtnlus: strikes! the surface : its. I" IIIarc'I. h-s, 11I11"1'1" to tI.tnry .' .,
, and my general health improred. I felt asI of water. I 0= 7 r''J
1111" i I- "1I1'J..1..1 to 1t'lIrll fruit .f i
..
If new blood coursed through veins, the _
my .
I ,
( .louel'lucal, that II" )(1I".IUII hi.flllIQ'IUUI1
"
sluggish tired feeling disappeared, and I became Ifnw'l TlilnTV 1' .'P ,j
r strong and well. I \ offer One hundred, Dollar Reward. for ) j- n "luuu'y" 111111, "ho 441 t!.:r,! adCfa..a'' '
t Within a year after I became the mother I any east. of Catarrh that cannot I bo rureU by I t 11\1\ <10.or. will try tll tin.. nil) thing tlllliI. .

s of a stroncr healthy chlH, the joy of our hoir.a, ll Jl's Catnrrb Cure.J1' E .w . _. . i hiked nf hlnl, 'If he 1M fll\.c'u\ the. f fI
w J. t near A Co.. Toledo O. .___.,.,- --c.n -- --- ---- --- .
i" "I You certainly have a splendid! remedy and I I WO', the uikdoralKnp'l. have known K. :J. t.1"hl wa y" 11.I,'nrely I-"I'a runtpnlgnIug ,
KED CKOSS FREE JOVu 1Vf HOUSE AT
wish mother know of it. "
r Il .very Sincerely Clleneyaur} the last 15 years, and believe him I IIlIfU tWI'III' IItree or t\\l'lIt.tollr !
I yours, MBS. Asa A POTTS, 810 Park Ala, Hot I PORT ARTHUR. I
perfectly houoratli In all buninesa trarpactlona -
_ _ I yenra of age. ho that says ('ol".J \111. I
Springs, Ark. cud nuani'lully able to carry out any .. "
4 V II you feel that there Is anything at all obligations niado I by their t2 m. Infuiitry. They IIIOVI-K lu threes' the --I-.k
V/Ksr 4 U'avAX, Wholesale Druggists. ToI I HH I.K HE II1TH IT. '
\..,' unusual or puzzling about your case, or J"doO. [ centre file bolds the ljurst of Ids! comrades Ya.MM a'lu! w'' - -- .

4; t..; 11': if you wish confidential advice of the \VAL.DIMO Ku ms ft MABTIX, Wholesale. 'on cither sldc'ivhen[ the order to T'a vnll/ and point with prklo' to (the hole!

;. most experienced, write to Jlrs\ Pink Druggist.! Toledo, 01Hall' : . act on. foot la given. The horse dptnohincnt his bullet\ irmdc. You MOP' It KIIVCH our

1' haLynn, )JIoss., and you: will bo advised free of charm.. Lydia K.IMoltbam's ln" directly.Catarrh upon Cur the)I Itc blood taken and internally muooussur act> n-nmlnn I under the command of liven.iooj siljcnip' Upjfi"

Vegetable .Compound has cured and u curing thousands faues n( the system. Testimonials[ sent free the Beulor mibaltorn. lIe Is directed to "Cnpltnl." nM 1 the Clth r. "1 si.rtll

I, of cases of female troubles-=curing them, inexpensively and absolutely.. trice,%Se.per bottle. Bold byail: Druggists. keep under cover, yet near nt JiatiJ. try It myself/'-Hunter Knott. lu the .

Remember this when you go to your druggist. Insist upon getting :fake Ualfs- Family- .-Pills tor-conatlpaUon- that thud \vonl 'To puree:* may he linmedlHtrly Mirror and I'arinor.lln .

r llaa Klflit to Pray for Japaa. |put Into i-xi'cntlon, to i'lIIr;:.,

ry L&ttta. E. JP/akham'a Vegetable Compound. At least one man In Missouri piou lj
"f f I prays that victory may perch on the fare to face. to Kclzc ii IM>H (110.| i'>r to flni-ht glut)""+rug in ,\..:a j:1'0" InMiineliuria

FREE to WOMENA I MALSBY & Co. banner of the Jap in the war now he- retire Hwlflli" i><>fitr(> Mal'r"'r; niiuibers. ; 'I lint furl. f '",1\ n II\ "

ing 'A-agC'd. This Is Colonel[ John Sobieskl ." .t measure ill-count for the, prrpu| |; riitloiih
Carp :Trial Bo ,. vti book of lotructlous '
.
-3-f 'absolutely Free and PoatpsUd 41 South Forsjtb St Atlanta Ga. [ of Richmond. Ilnenl heir of air ti"K! ulrsgrwlus, ; ,!?-.. 1'.1011..1 Vln milking: I I'.v China fur ,cluI I, n\x\; Ifn.Msiu: 1'

. enough to prove the value of hug John Sobleskl I, of 1'olaiid.
i '- ;I in the Hervloe, "wholly apart (hUll flIP it dual tlf't\viily ,irslny' the. planln Unit
PaxitcTpiletAlntlseptlc!
sixteen rcglmcntf; of CHHSI*.,.I!,,,. the 4 look\ ? like "leitii" and I thi"li-, ." but rut

4 A .. _x.C earl.Nt PadI_ Is dlaaa.M powder IT COSTS ONE CENT flneHt mounted hits utry In the world It na. \\<-ll. nod If Hie \\lan.lnntao, : ,'r"I'| 1

h q' 1 a pat..ef Writ u. a tx>"t'l reed for a free ."101'1.. of equnlly ;goal\Mon horse nr on f<"it. lure I IN lost 1 to Ilii-in China nill: .salt.

STUART'S GIN AND BUCHU. devils to whom riding and liorxeiiiiin- '
+ .lc. all itirTereri of KI4 hip Is nK I mi oli gerund nature an to the 1'ubl/ullon t'upn' ......i,,1.
...:e.. ci..warrlnt. 0 e/. LlTer Heart. Hl.d<1"r and Blood dl.".... old Uocrd tit the 'l'rnusrnnlVhut .t A young:: Iii 1 ") e.\ilailii'.l| in a |"irllUTtLe ..
't pdt It will
na reque.l.
o we claim for U.
la pro Full .amhpl. 'tTHE\): dl7-.Pure! III |niuuiK: till, imlilinh- !
A rtln*. The c.aleal. direction with nt. Menlloo of the Infantry Holdlcr? If Colonel
e, of vary' box make* Portable and Stationary I C n. 4 Wall 8trert. ATLANTA. GA.'a i \\6 \partlxan) a
were Solar
"rl ,.... -Antleeptte luta -:rerI I Boilers In the stun of which n hardy fighting I """.... ..' may print a kl-H mi, my rlii-i-K., \ hut ) ou

goy_forth*.**-ku a an I IN. Engines, I .tan 1 s Linn l,+. 'I n mart'I1 t ug II.'u"o Ilus- .. must not 'liulillsh It." \Vlth Unit he :. "

+ do'pia la r tl>.ood Umllr than any and Saw MillsAND THE BEST slnn Infnlltr).." SIIJK the. Knirllnli: ; ape- RUSSIAN a' HUNTER; SCOUTS." lo.c'Ih., \ .. fair form In Ms arum Bud, "

'antiseptic prcporaUoaTheJomuila clallst "has went[ to I""M.l'W:' Kncliiinl/ I liroi-er;
POMMEL.
SLICKER absolutely 110 inal. But
,- .,... M, They lire }knonn UK "O M of a1 lioicd,Bo ton physician. I ALL KINDS MACHINERY IN THE WORLD we remember\ that the Japanese were x never unllxcH linyonotH 1 I',
i th/( most nnhle( of nil the foot
1 soldier
; and used with jraat'Mccetfa' a VaginalWasKfor Complete "... t rrint oi '(l of |picked shots
.
IttJUXpIA tMpmenL RS11i: j who took part in the China rainpalKH.[ sixteen moil being Taken from each
Leocorrhota, PcMe Olarrh.Nasal sM Yaaatn.ry. Lowest rrlo*.. sad B..t Tmm and It In well known that[ the Jill"| liuttulloii to roconiioltrLby IIllht.

Catarrfi { TOhrpdt.A5oc4fye4 Cut, I' ancde pi>nwnnt wnlklike 1( n horse'e|i 7tl\
Write 'us for prices
tea klogu., ;
all i
and jorencii of mucus membrane.lo cannot believe' Mint the HIIl'l lan Isas
etc.. before buying. cent he escapes "11I0 II) constitutionalilaiiKcrM I
f local treatment of female ills : isBTalvabW <|iilck on his feet although; he mayA -
,>tf \ 'Cscxr aa a Vaginal[ wash w* / i.sH of c>xtr 'iiie youth." i
.
ehallong the world to produce (its equal,, I for I BRIE lint one cannot help doubting k-t- ,

Sly.w hu.aa Is es'evalatlo.kneleaFnf aAW MILLSrOurIM e- ke all our _& nJ vvuftliot the Uimalunn. will ho able to I It.'
itliilU all
f end healing poworf. pl'IIU which ; : / 'I.
hats *
r Nowtndmmatlon and dischorgei.AlHMuUnadraiKl : roots :xiit and r t Irpr trniiHport' over their single track 81berluu -
.
I with R.n' Vnln..II'01f 1 n..m..aec'lIIni. f i
+ for all kinds of wet , k
"oril.
Uk / prloei.COa.base I
> pIaxtlna; Stmulten.mta Mt Wnrk.and iii. Hen railway enough Horses 1 i3 1C .due not,".eed to ne for ii. Uoe'rakeNot.Ittal.th.nlssotbL3Uk.Paxtln. 1 cer I.1 Jng Vartabl. reed Work, u. unexeell : / l it is, often imitated, but their mounted[ [ Infantry I ,
I
: .. I ( for 'COV""CT. .'.'LlC'rT DDaaau.Irv POll iALt BT ALL never equalled. ties properly sup- + ;:k
I Arne forth FT. Box, of ......cln. to-day I I ..00 Ina o. '.."TIO". Wnw, for full RELJABie PCAieHJ. M de .in black or yellowCotton piled.; The home provision for such XJ XJs
"1 B. FAXTOSCO.. 7' Pops Bid*,Boston, ..... AeaorlptIva el..la.. Iif..nu''u" 17 the liTICMOTrft fulygterontudl3AJIOWtA nn enormous mounted force" says Col- 4 I
,
8ALItWIRONWORK8Wlaoton"n'.N.C,
i I I SIGN 01' Tilt "' If. ......_.... 1lIMa mwnaa.n GNAB1Nq... ont'l Vincent Hpeiikluif of the whole or AjjI't..

The d : "' OUISIA"A" I early: iiioiithK of thu l1ml'olgn.-Se I'!)...
.rib. EnUr. -JfMS 'u"h six \
.f W. L. DOUCLAS I f Kanlzution ( regiment of
Sates
+ .rr I 4 ;It iM r , squadrons| rmjHlrliiff lots( ( homes, nooes.

$4.Obf 83.DO, 93.OO, 82.CO Must Have I 1n,a I surly!:;; {'!'tull... the Most elaborate ar

iNE tXSS: SHOES TH ET5WOULD: I .w t ruiificnieiitw.. Hut there are the Held

= W.L. Douglas shoes and horse batteries to be HiipplleU aswell "

w are worn by more PotashPotash us th: ; Conxuck: and dragoon, tfgluentH. \ ? ),..

PIiCIiIC men than any oilier: v.Y.., Y +t/ ,ats q'wN For each Held Lathery attachedto k-
t ti s I make. The reason '. t an Infantry division 207\ homes arc

Ma1LWAYnt is, they hold their'shapcfttbetrer is an essential: plant food 111, required, mid the horse battery, which .

,wear ytr'j. afconipunleii) cnvnlry, must litave 2.'J().
longer, and have which must'be added as a fertilizeror Tilt problem\ of furnishiiiK inountH t

e Ire to dnewergnertlons- intl.. greater intrinsic \t the soil will and drought nnlinnls. at a front several] ;
.. .lodge. tiShr.sepnn to Halt... writ. value than any I' become thoiiHund miles from the home banewould 1
.. exhausted
.%' 1..w Y.o.+T5R 4 n E. P. TURtEIt.We.r.1 .
agar Ag.ns, DaUaa, T.au. othor shoes. is severely tax the energy of n r'A

a.ld E-.IN.. "A A as transportation department[ that bad a t'
e CURED 1..k ..__ and _,_ _.. ,._. Itj true of so well ballasted four-track -
et.ecMy -.... Carne, Coltakin. which I.aveyw I railway at Its
Onlck ......eaue.d.d laHI'h: n.t I'.t_, cotton ,.,wo.r l,,-,',,.',Nl,' '" "Ir'r"l'::.r L",n.y., 1.", F r9, "N"dl,rl""I.l service. It Is more. than- nrohahln that._ A ,?
, w .... ..yet Predn...1. Fur c.'orE"I.ra.._. Ic many 1 whole n. )
regiments of
Relief.b a_ 1., ew M'.ma..lr., Wrlui fllrooktou(' fields! i eavnlry will' have ,,"'
I ,,, (. eto isd W. L.. DOUoLAIe, :... RUSSIAN' HORSE GUARD. to fight nil dlxinoiinted men during the
Rrm vee.t gwelting __. _ __ h_ 1 I I .' ADMIRAL ALEXIF.F1-
d 'day.t effects a pennaeeet cur.t ,, -- --- --- York Evening Sun. &
w. Lan boo -- Thlioflkor.
'.e-p. odedora.Trial treat meot This is What Yon Want Aidede-Cuutp-teuerul to 15
endure than the
....leasPee.. Dlwfdoeas be Llreei. ' giving valuable da- longer rice-eating Jap the Czar, war last autumn
u'yt.M.N.H.&ryn'seea. anese. Th-) Russian foot soldier.[ Colonel While London la appointed
+ toil about f nili steadily growing,
d Yet B Atl.atL alts'I Dire Ton "Viceroy of the Fur Bust.
? .sits
Troubles lntrii
nlC Aoj Malarial fD t.l
'I y ;. .r*. w. will MIX.fr Vincent tells us, is the soul of the population of the "city"' ja con with the civil administration n

n y+ a namd 4rp. If p.par when ( nda Tvn><'Mtoslo vnl lo onlrtorlUtreMiUtotbRE6IL et w U and tt veil qntok f If ML ibo. . *. to any former who alt tta for th.M. good nature and Is full of fuu. The stantly de ; elUlng.( In 1871 It was 41,- Amur District and adjactut of thejl i

,4 writlnj rIAgT44) HEDICIIE CD. Siimford. Cona. GERMAN KALI WORKS.. Russian" he says 'does not yield to 000; today It la :30,000.( ( ( Nearly OOOO clew, ho woe also given command dependent of.
I the Italian in his lore-for
of Its
Jf..Ten.-'< "_. StraM. M- ong.or to buildings are not Inhabited at Russia's
4 RfI fWBMdlolMuia dlrMtlona. 4 qnlck Ad:2: ..... M Bred the Spaniard In uls love for military and uuval forcci 'In r4-1
1 "rte wk,,,, p.t+siuimutcmt detabadstad la all.nt CUM..of.tuaUrU& _. *-0 -.BJj$( KI dancingII night Eastern Asln. F

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:A e crown of thorns in the very lear: ; of '

I achievement --- A MICHIGANMAYOR .SAYS
It 'is said that; Ol. Bull,'"ascended ins :
,
.
rough mountmins of Norway th..-., ha saw ,
'
AN : the majcaUc storm heard-the wed' wail f
S of the pines listened, to the roar of the ,
: caseadcs, and from these h. caught those 'II Know Permia is a Fine Tonic Far a :'

rapturous tones with which h. charmed ,
heart of the world. Thus it U bs> :
Worn Oat
System.
menhave climbed Mat-
I some craggy
,
terborn of chilltnc) < adversity., descended into
I. : soma "f'ale.of shadows, hrserd: by. some -,

'':'.' ."...b&ttered cliff;. because the. have .
.". .::.,. .' braved opposition and hardship; ,because .
------ ', ; they have bad passages in their lives where _
t -- mon, they have experienced: the extremities

TAI..MADE CIRL ON WANE., civet ribbon .a' bade lighter iu tone, anguish and dsoiation' that they have be-
heralds of troth have marked tbe
VT..E.lftmI.ru: 1I.yorh.JIC: t. Kata'>l>tlsU and the 'whlto clilffon and lace under< Little advance of civilisation, h,.. been high :

Mat .t ITrtlU and urblow. sleeves. and foil front.-Harper's-Bazarr -text glory nriestfc. science, refiners' of society, .reformers 4S i
of faith.
!
11 the day of the tailor made< girl on -----
Cotnmaad Mere i .A.1t..I1. WJinf it that places this premium
Hut wane T Ho many oC the dressmakers come.
irriefr Why ar ,the doers also the
great
would have u' believe thin, aud "There Is no use in men's denying Why great surT rif'What is .it that Titaliirs t S--

t lint!! In every tictuil of dress the woman that a :young; anil pretty woman .com and How pain. glorifies HOI-TOW, ami makes tU.
who wishes to be Correctly _Bojy.jne
the Intensely!! feuiluluo note lie public than an older'Rnd' less prettyone. it yet from tremen the
$oUIldMI mid the ft vpre "lnftnuh Ji" ef- ." Tile speaker'was woman her j it. : "I rejected a. regal palace l .and th?, trrnsares '& $, .
self. Shu smiled reminiscently{ and b... rather to suffer ritcJc41
reel l, oiuin(' thought the smartest lie of Egypt choosing
continued: "Wtien I.waa a girl justice affliction with the people of God that I
young
tlotic nwHjf with. by be statesman for the oppressed,
Tinfocrely IIllIR shIK! waist is ccrlalnly I jivas. aKO a pretty one and I never. I Not might liberate a a nation of slaves endure. tithe itm3t

not,' ns .muurt an tjic elaborately! hail to Bland tip) In u. street! car. AS i of .... vexed, tried end discouraged through forty :

f.ihhloiK'il and embroidered one of years went in the tranafiguration of the Ron
lMee$. line huUllte or muslin Milk siitlu the occasions on which I was not I i ; : of God." Let. David answer, with his wkil

or /eicpp de! ("bine.! Tbo so-called tailor utTered a sent'grew more and more equal. : of anguish: "O, my' son Abniilonil mvon. ;

made walking! costume ii tbU, year In numerous, and when i consulted my I of ; my son Ahusloml I would God. I had '

tbe minorIty ',bile exeu tbe luoHt Kiat.il the puzilo wus answered by the mean died for thce 0 Abnalom, )n. son myon .
or !" It in the depth of bid mourning t "
was (t 'a '
rough luid-ready continue Is either/ !' mirror. Thereafter I always, on enterIng alone that h# sung those>> poemn-which. have. 4 c A

trimmed or made! In some distinctly a crowded car. kept downjuiy! veil. (' << : comforted the aching heart for ale s. Let

fcuilniiiB way Inxteud of being on tbeaC" For some time that served excelleiitly.There .ulate Joseph and Daniel answer as. from a prison lcJi' i
_
! was a brief renewal of tboproflersof to and a den taef ascend th. tpe to > *<*
line
acme! us IIKMI'S clothes. the Let. SsvonaPoJo answer St'l
and fame.
""--" "ien: the street xLlrts lire now made Keats. Hut now-well. now acter I rovalty loving the red hot iron of martyrpnm' '

with flnrlng Homier or pleated, !! flounce I Dod that even the veil is ceasing to far more than the red hat of a csrdmnl. Let' ; 'S

with, side l pleat! and box pleats much t.Phlladelpbla, Press. and Bruno, answer, let Oallileo. let Newton.. v'
Let, ; Luther answer and Wi'Wlff; and John jS-
moreof feu than In tbe ouee popular F.arbi rle :Jewelry. ,the 1Iussr and Wesley, aDd Francis Aabury;, . I
'pluln gored!: ntterii. Coats and jackets. force* It is a nobie companv. But there are some

Are rarely) now finished, only with A modern fondness for barbaric/ Jewelry gain. whom reverses have-. mined whom aftIjtiona *' 'p'4 S '- ,,c 5_;U ,

..Imp-! sutln or. silk faclugs but are Is evinced. by the d 1I.11(1tn1'( In the j them. have, spoiled' who refuse ennobled, to bralaroitr. be'" V !( ,
uV.imated by suffering or
more or lens elaborate. as regards the shop windows The newest rings never . : ; 1'pee yonder a Napoeon.: I Irliiimlii-. -- shown are called "Oriental banquet would genius. the world'a autocrat. 3S
g. : I c z 4; Jl n
Hilt on the) other band while tbe rings." and they! are Immense in size1.They '. I It He buiMa a throne of steel only to eta i It '.
made of Komnu gold. and tlio fering rust and crumble e'er hedie From hit' P
are
fashion still holds with from 11-- .
away outdoor pinnacle. of he falls and lie. prostrate .-
uporlM' nntl country life t the "tailor bund Itself Is nlcnde'r but the mounting .. i in drfcot.power Hid failure i> iW"milliou.jbt'CllolIC ,11I .e. ''U, ?

iliad,," ..tyles can never be out of fash for the ..netting" about the size: of a of ,," hn spirit i i.. ufnoble. Upon the I Hot*. .Yelaou Rice, of St. J* epti, )fclI., knows of s large .".. J

lOll.LIIlI't:; pluln, gored nklrt of good hickory nut. istry << ; bairen rock of St. Helen. he wanders, a pattent* .(n ht. county who have beeps byHon. _. }
; lion at hay a soul cowed a nhoen'x; life ..f f r.
One of those has mounting .
HI""II.hlp'!| | fabrics( tb.it will lit a 11<1 liny rings a I ; in hopeless dennair.! By In* aide and towering I t tU .
mount of haul wenr or" hUllltllI" '; III the chape of a crn...". about nn tutu I IIfln the above him ..Washington.. lIe .

nsl-icil diet'lot*. I Mveed* and" rough /:. This. Is net with preelous< toiie," I i comes .to the (government when there ia U Nelson Rice, Mayer' of St. Joseph, Michigan, ...rt
of> all KtirtH. the emerald and tuby man nothing to govern. Hs becimea commander The Peruna Medicine Columbus, Ohio:
NI I rscn; will be nnidc on tlic. old faMb.I3ttd t"I I he is. C .
of the American Army when It is small U Geiitlemen: "I to congratulate on this of to"
success your
piartlcuj Hues nnd be It also lag prominent.' Another ttlll' is in t Give defeated. Without without wl you elor Utiit

kmiw Unit then* are KOIIIP exceedingly hnpo of a pilncpRs ring un,111I Hi liddednllh and money, without ,miimtionw navv., with traitors I win the confidence of the public {in nee of a reliable medicine. ',
hold with eon- J'ertsnei is fine tattle for a worn system and a f ,
Mimrt tlcnlgns I In nlilrt waists. which arery I iinethyxts and.I pearls.Tbe 1 is and Toriea abundant generals "tJ .
Japiinrpi* signet ring shown ; flying for position and RroMiy: ..landerjng of catarrhal anil I :Evil: lt (
1'1..1. se-eI.4s of linen with I ; ) aid defeats' .
lie
character meeta ,
his ,
In UvU who have uied and luit-o m
are larger than and they are ret i ,
'1\(1'1.1',101' fronts ours nerves and o.t,1 r
plentitl and 1
high, linen the most thoroughly: equipped upnomted -I
,
to order, with the blrllmtone. It (desired and it, .1 it "l. edt oUr _.. IVrwna Aamy
i
"II"rlC; the..(> are expi-nitUe, for tliejme '. .. \ ; rovernmetit of the wor.a ; 1 an -lo'
;
TI1'y 1 ure rcrlnlnlj less' 'On'lpl'uO"Htba \ona then. notwithstanding the importunitiesof heartIest good wfalse -Nelen 7 Cce.O .
i .
.
I M fiul of tilt moment a lid I like the | evil i he refuses 1 -
I roujIi. the Oiieitttil 1 banquet rlllJ;'". i exists ) a people he has freed a -s' I
I pluln I (Misttiuit'K. iniiNt !be inotiti ro'nl crown and pauses into. matory-aneiplvtdiment S
,
, I 'fully i rut 11 ml ltl'd. tion ( of unselfish .service. -
I Women nnil til. Tli........ || ) Nero lolling I MARCHAPRILIMAY. All these things are especially true bf
Tin ,iv 1 1M ( Far in the past 1 see corrupt
Hoiiirlhliigrharinlngly, :;! inlutya th" who have been suffering with catnrrh .
I
,1 I i leiiiinlne Mhont Aiouedly( women nrp both directly i I I' in hiM chariot of regal magnificence; in form la A '
i n the more elaborate any or grippe. conies
ul InVllrevlly I the fiientlir, ofXlioheatrlcnl dying bv inches a loathsome death II victim Weak Nerves, Poor Digestion, of ia ,
soiuvrnlealstn' ' of thin Tbose. I''11 bent i and I I'erna sure to crt s>U theM oondi
HCIIHOII .. gie, .. of the very luxurv extravagance tion*. It i* all ideal spring medicine. '
t I If he cnn 1'11'1I"eIh { Impure Blood J" :
.if ; lie plIIhroid"I'I"llllll..lInll with just a uiunqger 1 I ,,, in winch he delighto Rolling over the Ai>- I Depressed run wIt
feminine portion of bin audiences pian on toward the citv.. he passes. the do irttIJaVrtL; Jl
I little mliieHs ut I I Ihe, KhouMcr or directlyin I I lock ; way j Spirits. doee not; itstrengthens. "
I lie Is tolerably ture of MioeesKv for i iw Roman guard leading! a, prisoner to cxceuition It | ,
front plant
t and then equssM circulation
with /n baud of the ; Unto the the EmnororKIVM t
11I:01.1'1,1, nllh( niriow: 1m.i' at cither hen a wouiuii likes/ play she Induces I,I thin : but a confccnvntuoiM prisoner glance. That Gentlemen: "I wish to cengraiatate you of tbe blo tranqu>lizea DenoU system

slil .> llalnt icr men fill/ Us to go to It This: being pand ia oil and not all. That captive cotnn on the sucveiM of your efforts Ko wit the. : ,funtou, "
111' I I anil I yet;
) bivunilnt. eiiHllynuulc i life, I'eruna unlike
I the confidence of the need of ,
i iI public many spring
niiltiililc .no. ought not women' to be Hpecliilly 'and. the tare of minkind The namo ofNero In n e i
/niul / with nny skirt I a admit I ; ahanneleaaBean . i liable medicne. not simply a ph.it or UmuUot or
I 1. !, (onslileied In nil places of entertnljiinent L .. : .. << la wlu'e i nvnonvm; the name for vice of Paul no wield. amightier :, Ibe just crossed the equator on vine.' It; is a n.tu tonio and invigontor..

HiiMeorillon* |>!< alr.l I thin linen that t the II1nnalJr11'' the ; Pairt-trtrll lives! Die he "nn..t' I i shifted toward the north nearly e"htel factory results from the 'use ot Pe .
silk
or ercpe I de Chuie wnlstn.ire : : led miles every day.Vth tho write, at to Dr. Hartman '
Nero once giving
nonlj' i'rcut-cctls. Men aneneoni'agcL tt w true that for this nurpoae retur a
< liiunilns I nl I"o. even I If mt e peUilU onism ] him forth from prison. But .,el! ,)ocs hntremK" sun comes the boduy ills peculiar to full statement of your. cu and he k''
.- '. non'1.'hll... the Mtiuie' m:iterialsiiMide to I push and Hijueer.e' past and disturb 4'utll'.. *? 1>oe. he t-hrink from ms 1 1cnemv lest i I With one JrlI'the ...**.JrIDI" pleased: to give you hi valuable>wl hie>
Sb with fiiltlcil stirplice eflY't and Inconvcrlenre ladies between the ? Tar this spiritual. hero who other poor; others gratis ,
II 1'1''PI'
acts bc'cmme- smoking rooms are provlleuI foiieht; with b"nata. tnirled with waves, i the blood is out of orderr and still others Addrea' Dr. lUrtmsn, President o( Tka-: -,
> "11'111'1' t UIICMT the. short bered and
litlw; Jal'k"I"
the lash ;inr.aresrated.smitten. I have depressed spirits tired i IlartrnanSanitanaumCohmmbua, Ohio
In most theatres theother wa warred by fell. :
on .
; women i.
_c'_
tliit: anMI popular. this sun hg. niulA atoned nod left for d..id. does his

111.-Ii are xo nimlc, tli.it tinfioiitH tan hand expostulated with and ...100. when each atrole. of the "Irimilum i Sweat.'ItchBlister? ROYAL FOOT WASH them ., w'

!I" MOIII open or Inri-rJ.I bi| <'k If
*ire
Knney Ince rollnrs and lies. are more --.-- I ] The block ia there. The blade ;is rendr.The paid ; sample for Is stamp. proves .'mUIt M By back .Do* p'
!
"Pvepar"Where
Popular I .rl. I headtman .pealis U
t/l"IIIOII"I] tlinii the plaIn I or einbrold.red '.... i I.. the tremor in the sed fonnVith radiant I
linen mill III everjthing It Is notli'Od No fashionable. : wurdrnbe : : brow and stately' mien immortal hot STORE FRONTS
.
will bo complete this without in with
Hint season a atonda. With eve flashing hope
soft |
)own Im It'll(1 of hurd vinl
shirt waist sult-t burllnsham.; The all voice strong and confident hesihint de Fee 11 sad .:It nundThr. we famish !! a. .rUl

,;, tiiicouipromising.. ties art,> preferred. "Tiru'e of thin immaterial suRgent,*'au English t order clara, "I sm "0W ready" to be offered:have the -L1 law Into. ': .dtIO.n&tJ.r trout Writ.sad us we about w your 0"r_. a' -t
1s at hand.I .
of
time departure A
my 1
k::', r... n.for tUnttjg. Out. manufacture' but it i III nindu In this plea The fought a good fi.ht. I bare finisheut l ,"'J '..I 0" I o' our popular J a .
i >>
: ,;, A I Ihorougb .society ..woman one who country Burllngimnr-ls' a heavy, fleecy I tbi. course. 1 r.av kent the faith!' Nero'saxe .. 33oA.vi.tiru :'eaiS.z .
head And Paul the here, is Mo4 ra Stars FronM. Wadfcyon all hi. '
cleaves .
uiHl r"(uindH herself will take .some pongee<<' closely, resembling clbllinc. | Ji stors at modcrat oi t. Ns.a lor C.tl.s. ii'
lIfe
thing l before going to a dinner party. save that--Imrllngham Is all silk, It tho : crowned with the abundant '*''. U\ ., BOUTHERNFOUNDRYCO., Ow.nsboroK.ntuclty _

Ims Into Immediate ult in How has the *'of the Christ! been I --_,-__ ___ __ ___ ___ ___ __ ___ ___ ___ __ ___ ___.___ .
I It t nmy In- J Jimt a cup( of hot \t'A. pepImps Rprung; favor. Lens : wrought! out? In all the centime ."or] ,

::1 el 1 11I1110 lit In I tinny of n cup jfJ.liiekjiiflpe than n week alto the first packageswere are : row whose grief comnarcs with thet *>t i : '

.. ; or. better tl..nIII/ n cnpof opciuil.' mid now there Is such a | \ >> Him who ia at the .*-i hor and Sai i ELECTRIC flUID. Cotton Gin '7
Mcr.iinhle In the the viour of mortal man. ? With
:
lint lending shops for UnMWf'l'
milk .
and a blm-nit Till brats Th
the .. ) | rear pajUL Cstraetor; them bead bow we before
.
I 111.I) the burl Irigiummuim that it IH impossible to | "h1" U ..,.I.e.
np I nerves. ntujH I s I IOIIIIII"IllId! in ; llehold'! Out of thl"'Qli..h h.garden. ]I .all .r..II. pate MachineryPRATT
ki-, Ill('P t t tlu> denv.d I : : I The f.ilirlr I ,, the tomb He of the e.lp a.d .
1''1.4 1 lite: bodj) 'H'II l| noun:-lied I until i i t I I It oijiueHlu out of the i I It Try a botUft ,
N tli !It. C ur din nor.'I \\ lmim': 1ln'k., blueiul: ll;.:l.t I 101'0"1 n. shuck nven side He of the thorn crowned head U U Maedeaor's bills. Ask Jour e 7,
walks down the 'flruffgrlat act It. or
He of the b"ol.IIellrt! \
fie \\ "1.1'111' \\lio Kctxoiit for, II forum) A hliirt waist i..ilt ClI' :i I tailor RiUt of afe Bff'". until it (rrow* with I W. O. HUGHIKI Atlanta. r ,
(liniH'i, vlut, livrllns'! ; '':M'11 trlmineil with( h. el"vllroorrow burden. of I . ; blR .
|nrly Altliuiit! intlir; anj,' lluiigI : :i\y: world a .. ;' :: ", the .n" .ac p "SI
I I"i f she KnenIIU' .. ( hi Ink. of fiiintiiesa I u.i11. or lnifi "' IIII)' Infor'.liiyould: ; nohi1hmy woe from l> ..aed and staggering: human- - '

I and I diillnepB I b<.fore I the dinner I ; t1iis t m 1'\ :I \ itv This is He who e"al. the lowly that pam and I I EASILY FUND IN TUB DARK !

I I.,.ti". She IK. crlnlnl I I)' iniieh, lefn, ii I crt --. |lour. hall raises. no toil longer to nobility be: accursed, d..cl.til hut that lie I I lie-I think I ought totake a :

I lluin/ the. one whin. I tiikew a bite before" VI omen Art "timp-l''j ril <:nMM.Will i, : ahftll'Tw triumnhant in adversitv.: I* I, Toot bath Where Is the, mustard?

:irlng out. any Iru.l-riii: v.o.iiin pittendthat )I ... our life! Not vacillating meagre. indo I -- In the pantry.
sue Kfi tion lent. but sturdy "nin'hinl enduring I He Pshaw! It's dark out there andI
Tlii inoKt MicccKsful bciintlcH are ( \ (er cil I III tin- liousc or u overcommp. life? -

tliuKe who do not ent I II 'great deal I at u friend foimu couili;
dinner party. They take a ,bile of this belnsr; kecnlv cmiNiMjtii; ...I'II gronn ni is- ,, .. ; and he only who tins for the future She-You don't need a match to

.tin' n taste of that but nothing moreThcj mnniiKi'iiient' 011 tb,' part of her liostestf, ? eatche. the secret of the present, and it* locate It. It's right alongside, of ,
beyond diurnal revolutions \
trial Look .
An not' pretend to do more than 'Liverpool 1'OBt. I I ]from gauging theswep-of the planet in. tho IJmburger bees'-Pbadelph PRATTMUMPER., .
i
liislr the, (liAbCli1, and they are rewarded I | Moor its course around the. un. Trial ana. Press. V 'WINSHIP. SCAGLE. ,I

for; !heir sbalenilouKiieHH by the. brll | to tests, slander and betrayals. desertion \

hunt fomplexlon. the clear ejen and the i TiZL\ I| force ; and .opposition are for to-dav- ; characterfor WOMEN BREAK DOWN. SIMT.J
future
the ev.nects -
If in _
I the etermtv. man ". sale ta* eMsytete a.
fchnrp wit of the woman who. Is at' to rest his knowledge oftMth.h .
o i i (' .. upon Sometimes drift Into t.a.sti Wsslseauk*
women a condition D
l>iiri' nllh I I her ,1Ijt'IIUOII.I I i < .. : must find acme trial to teat it now. If
( 'rCat bratitles put \rry little snd FASe-Hop! I character is to count forever someharp of 'jialf Invalid." Continual ENGINES And BOILERS.
and merciless cri must prove it, tlrott down bsck-
I 2.ugu-all run
with ,
I tic.r
what they do eat Is of the tdiiiplest anti< I tion integrity now. I fta"> i out. LINTERS tor OIL MiLL U

inoul nourishing kind. While they tion' There i i. no more pathetic Geure in the n..res .hatere .
The Klon jiu-l.ft t.'lniis! ; id&s beadacbe a.It e ee a t
;; supu'SiiIn! evoyttiag
1I"'r refuse (1(1 I(1Le14S, I hey do not put ye .. world of to-dav than the shitlv-dlial.v. : 'r. c "t'
sulttloiu. .. in the lap of wealth and no poor digestion. arl
.. lifurtlly of them. reserving the appetlti I 1 youth cuddling: ppeUe. Write few IUuatva c
. for I Ihe. .simpler! ad inrre nourl'lilngKow Wider culls art- n'ljn'I'1, I upon time ye shrinking from life'a comba. We are not CURE nlnl coses out often '

T J 11.M. newest fchlrt "':1.ilntt.Koni'l .. I : wooden dummies, be men of B It's because the kidney Continental Gin Co. :
; ; granite against whom the leaping wave A fall todotbelr work I ,
1,. t..fVpta Is the ii.inn, given the ride and mountainous surges shall bat only to. .
II.ae (low... new soft thrum just Inlfodut'cd. I by : recoil in impotent fury. The of this ,us of altering the poisonous Blrlngh m. Ala.DYSPEPSIA.'
,S that good pratiCIOnunon. I the hour i* strong 1.n boO. Pen-everence u system waste from the -
Time ('1'- ju'M-ist of Exoeet not
point fnlness forth ... the characteristic ; blood
f/f/J *rnxf' ban taughtwomen_ the economy puffpil "li-e\e IH quite above the ..... to glide through ev eaa. with silken ,' Tbe kidneys are t
of having a different! style of dress elbow) sails tense in the breeze of favor. Ynu' weak and need] tbe

for tile house !from what U worn In the, > tual must steer through narrow straits; her i strengthening help of Itfii
Pule lln .
.street more! ana ; nntl iuuu\o Is otic of the I a whirlpool of doubt there a hidden rok Dosn's Kidney
more attention IH paid smart r.iIinwry! : cyinblLiloi' \ : : of tbe of of skepticism where adverse currents I Read PUL
t-i the house, gowns nfl the IIml". and season.The dearl would strand the hark high on the barren '' how these pills "aets. yesi _.et .fs
there sail the repair a weakened physical > | ...t .t..ieMagaserra
Is. consequently, a much larger or beach of despair. You must by seC .. ., .'
; Tollt: ocstun-c villl! bo one of the I demre most re- .5 pest. ' "
choice( possible In design material and Siren Isle of insinuating ; condition wbeii 4.s."u.seacst. MRl:"I"I ,
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color. most prouiliiv-at fcaturm of the oomiiyr I .mt enchantments which lull to the sleep this Is caused ,I isisa .. U ,
A s
street gown -lasts twice as the ofeternal cldltoQ' witass5" svsLt '
season. of 'oluptuo.death; must feel grip a ...a .
- long when' It Is reserved solely for I in ; realities;' must move on and out; to 11' ilck-kltlnpys. -rlr: a-
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street wearS and the rbnnge to a gown Flounces and t..>atherlll divide fame the unfoldment of the. soul with an iron Mrs. Sadie Mettn. of 304 W. 4th _.. .. I I'C UA

of lighter: texture for the house Is restful favor as the correct tr.mining; { for the determination to irret victory out of defeat Ave, Ohio, says: "Pr to # ' T ""
} and weave a garland of out of b.st
new ha t. pni i the year 180S I .uffcredoomieiderably "
and beneficial to gown and wearer of h ] ; tbe failure of friends, the mahc of enemies A'
alike. Veiling .cashmere crepe de The lingerie style of shirt waist Is I . ; the contempt of rival and the hardship I from backache, pain In the bead. languor ,,

( bine, soft silk and satin, are nil enrolled the prevailing one no matter what: tlimaterial. ; of bfe. and depression and- weakness of
in the action of the
kidneys. The
upon the! list of materials for palpwas
lionse have Tlio TrMUvtw of Kindness. always worse in the and . "O r
morning ,
wear while all colors be -
may Lustre Is the demand of the hour In ..1 I,
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chosen from. For tbe moment the Guard within yourself'that treasure, I felt miserable. I was Induced to pro-
., fashion Is In favor of more vivid colors ribbons on .In all silk materials forwomen's not \ kindnesa. Know bow to five without hesitation ,. I cur.1 a box of Doan's Kidney Pills| and I ". .,; j" ,
costumes. how lose Wit host how t. '
chair to regret, '
I I
began their proved ;
./ tbsm last year and there are some The Paquln shoulder Is one of the there . acquire without meanness. Know how to I use. They prompt .. .. ,. , \ .,
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greens blue, cerises and browns thatare I For replace in your heart by the happiness .1( and effective. They curet? tai-; ind Pese..$.
P.t- D.
most popular of the season. for Eton herds those love, tbe happinem that may there bus been no PS,., 51.5. e "
almost crude In you b I trouble I.
effect -
and< require ,$4 I. bakk 'h sveslsslobf.tst..ps .j'
Jackets and shirt walcts. vict wanting in yourself.-lf. W. Faber. since them _, . '
considerable toning down to be altogether I I taklur I owe all the credit 8- es yeas b.s J ,
Mannlsb styles of gloves are quite were I to Doan'n Kidney Pills." C v Cbiesge M.T. M*,, '
satisfactory. A
light brown soft
aides .
I silk trimmed with embroidered chiffon past-j. Prcseut costume styles arc all such .Tim 0.17 a.r.no.& I A KUEB/rniAl{ Qit"l, gfeal 1sfecyt.ffiedlc1n"l4 \ AKKOAL KHUQM_BOXES:

t Inthe same color and with an apple- femlnlpo /and glove styles must conform came Accident doc* very liftitoVafdi thJpl' 'are"';)C.tles', si '.
green satin bodice thereto. I years elucton'of any great result in life ToIn" be malted -
i.S- would be too glaring what called "a 1 twi U OI applcton

l, ,wer, It not for the ; ellow:.Ii lace jabot The uun's fold skirt which orlin.Jtedwltb ; : 1 W4. may. be made b i bold venture, the oom- part of the UnIe Stat. Address I : (

anal panics in the sleevea while a Paqvln, anti the twoflouncedskirt of mon highway ,steady industry and application 'lllttr.I. brl' 1.'o'j I .
bn1t blue in typical 1830 style is the onJy safe road to travel.Bajauel .- sale by all druggists, prIce'
crn>e ,jle,,clln: would ,bwere ore aiuoug its Smiles. box. a cnl.1 : ,
i hnpc.aatbj. time tiuarUft of the season. per ,
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..4, '- TtL.PHON.: NO. tt htedloltatleeColumi.: - \' Will ovepoo'me lndliie! &tlcn! and djt-.| | '

5 I ev.u.ata BTUT rl>AY ..Follo.Iotbe" newly elected j> p..I.; regulate the bowels, and cure I / THE SHOE M'Al1

' f OBe Is Ymllr tiatttter& Ihill1t.C. county officials: .' ;tl .liv '.r and kidney c: mplainw. It Is 'I : .DANN, :
preR.natl.J..taoa.. I I ;
.1t1a.U.JlEKUllCECII..OO1rlfTY'.I'u.. the best blood eorlcher and lo-vigoru-j
Clerk of the Courv-E. U. healer. : '
J. K. FOUND, Tax Collector\V. Makiown.. the world. H Is purely" veg'eta-' : _
-- W. B. ws. t 1'IRlttroas. Tax A...e5sor -J: no r... Overttreet. I table I ISapu perlvctly) harmless, and should. II i . _
rSib-TOsf -\'-.-..t.rs.. ... bo a ,,":Tl'I't't'4leeai..., you II :;
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} '_ IL POUl"ID."E41Gr." County JudgeW. H. Johnston; .1 i I ITftaaul"E't'J. will use it U you *no.'be.' I I : ., '

ET iivr .a.....al tb...o,.la Klnlmme*,n._ J. It. Gilbert Sr." }I'Cucoa'a'ld H N. Andrews lUx-kli-d Kditor:e Dews and, Cocoa Mpr., .' J ,1
M.ses.diJW r sU_. Snpr.! Utratioo=L. M. Whiddcfi.In ,
m .---- the race for State Senator Ma..- i Kla!, writes: "I have urdd irour'lier- < --. -- "
..r,, Ba'-et-.. will I blue In family{ and !trail it a roost -
'inM ao tty tE T bmc. II sey has won over Heat-barn by alxmt my '
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% .L' a t -et u..rapt tset.t.rtr. 75 majority and ]oho C. Jones has*excellentrniediclneV IU effects upon 'J
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lad e.--.kutt.,....... e&e-.t, Irss our amlior- Itutt .tpY"E'lf have tie na worked bt-nefH.! I L.DI'r SHOES
Vie' .... saw :Y>> attt"'W "i the detestedrJndge, for State AtUirbey I. S .
'I'Ft--' of.this" ditcjStbl an overwhelming t ivcoittuenil it uti'tieoitalidttiy-1' brie' at .
..-1t:'."******** rtu Dp&M twpraed sales majority. | Tnoma.On & Rober.on.iiiiiili1111111111111tin1liti1l I

y Tfcf"dlar U_M ra p<..n>l.lor opinion.ni ..... '
.. ;JKMfM.,r swn.pa.desAdrewtbtaa -. will apprcciated.at I,;:
tae.l y be'u,01 on.|>i II-tlolI. OF A DOROTHY DODD he ? .011
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CBSCUrTlOS RATK&. comfort can be determined the i instant they are fit-
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i ,0-..-.'...eta....r t_aa4.......... . .Y:ta. 11 ted. Tittle und wear have well demonstrated, their service. / _

Remnant I
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NOTICE" ..
::::: Boots $3.00. '
The County Democratic Rjtetutlve *
Committee Is hereby called w-meet at -- -- *
UM office of klaj. T. M. Murphy Mon
day, ).(al6\.b. at lOoVJock:, a. m.h . ;
A. E., BEABUKN Cbairniaa., rr Still' I I Men's gyros sett $3.50 and $4 Shoes ;!


: .NEWS Of.THE ELECTION' - rg \

I g makes life's walk easy. Several styles. Come fi
Show Surprise* all Aiow( the U... ContinuesAtKatz'

Tkth Latest Estla.tvs (in'_. -. and see them. !
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r "following report of lire Primary E : ._ "' _' .1 ."
M far as heard from U taken from "

yesterday The complete JaclrootiTilfe vote thr.<_Metropolic Wut the r r r V t i I I Red Star Brand Shoe .

!t,', ... Ii "day Sat.e111. The not way be tINt known returns tar are several cornIng -I r 1 UI 1f; : i .

In It la Impossible w crt mo accurate W 5
rW 1
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r t result) Anetimateba.M oa coottt'TaUTe *
lines put Tallaferro In the I !1 v :ft c In i Medium PricedGents'
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Senatorial tape with 1t.OllO ruts and r -- ,it.7. '
many local lti a favorable to him. are .4' *
yet to be beard from. W tti
San- i Stockton's rote as now estimated r
places to his credit about lO.Oiio votes, White Goods Linens Little Gents' Ladies'1
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d with Jennings about fi.OOO. Call will! ,.
not get 1.000 Vote* la all.
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I For the office of Governor the re- ""'- ...
d tarns received foot up as follows: Harts Lawns Ginghams. and Misses.
..ODD; Broward ".MiO( : Mays S.rtM; t'ill' . -
i Drown 4 ft00.(! Davis will have. to no -- ---- -- r I. ,
lato a second primary .with Oroward, :- t! CA T'T ;BE .BE AT.lOOOOOGOOOrYYOO'Y -
+, and la a sure winner as the Mars vm
? will no to Broward. Pieces all Carefully Measured }_ '
go '
i i _ of his advocacy of the disieasary IIqI - "- --- --- --------- ,
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;'aq f I uor la law.the first eon<<"'Nslolla! district and quantity and price ||

Sparktnao baa defeated >l Nan>ee, ac- ::::: .
Fording to Uw JYJ Del1l.CJ.rFY. Y.J07./3t/000OOrl .A' Y- >
returns received by
three to oae. plainly marked. H
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r for State offices Sh!ata Is In tJte ._
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FEED
-- -- -- LIVERY AND SALE STABLE.J.
lead for State superintendent Of pubUc r
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s Instruction. H. ( Crawford the present W .

*" .ecretary, front present of 1e..1I1 indications.be renoininated N. B. Nothing of this Sale to %

For attorney. general Alfred St. S. STRATTON
Clalr-A brans Is tiring\ the present in- Proprietor.
1 cwabeat,"V. H. Kills, a close race. = be Charged. .
The result Is la dOD M.. .
j J. c. II. Foster, the present adjutant -

4 a general doabt.IBBOOXD. will be sKMnlaated- wichout rJw1Uw1ULULUt111U1i11i11t11UAUil! !! LULULUi1aTTrmLULUL! jlti
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FHXMABY. "

The second primary will be held on - -- -- -- -
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+ Jane 7th, and according to the return I R
v' s o far obtained those who will al Y
_ hare to make the contest. over again
e sure as follow.:
:a For Oongre**-Frank Clark and J. Now
.U.'Bam.,, '
r NatioaalCommittesmatr-.J. B.
Brown sad Cromwell Gibbons. i fs
OoTemor-N. U.Urowa'n: }' and R.
} \V.; OavU. .
Secretary of State-J. 'E. JJroome
..C .aDd H. Clay-Crawford. --' IS THE i '"I,

.LA TEll KKTCKXS.This ,
+j moraiaf's Tampa Tribune cootains -

1 the following additional information r1TIME f
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Jacksonville, Fla, May 22. Latent :
r; returns from the Stale show that Tal- ,,
_I !lf!! laferro baa undoubtedly I received! a '%

't o majority and that there over his will'combined be no aeeettv opponent".for To Do TORT LITTLE JOB OF PRIKTIHG. 6 ti 1 "/

a ecood primary for this office. Tal :
laferro majority over all ia estimated
1 at 1,000. .
The surprise ot.the primary is threcsarkable < -. .
ran made br Frank Clark.
who Baa been nominated'for Congress Ready lixed"t
t front &.be.--d district by a majority
,e of M least 1,000Ovev Barrs. Doairtkerto. .
t y 'Wataon and Alexaader com :
bined.Jefferson. Dry Colors,
B. Brows t r probable .
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elected national eommlttotmae by a i
.mall plurality over Crocnvell Gib- Oils Stains
II4 boaa. ,
John S, Beard. T. E. Bryan. W. J -- j -
t Bryan and W. J. Hlllmati Mm to be
tbe wlapers as o>] *_-u-lr1'P uSt. > Varnishes
7n p. LonU. Three of these are for .. r -
Hearst and owe nninsaracsed. I .jrarri

ti .. The Binstrocted del ci4ei from the
first and third districts have 'been I PlasticsColdwater
elected sad the Heard deJe
raie* from ,
s;. the-.. C1,.)
Robert W. o.leads for Gower ,
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nor, with a plaraJitv of eODover: Brow- I ,
nrd. who will be with hl-m In the see n:= -
1_ ond ran Bro..... is l.OOO votes I Half Block from Depot and Hotels. 'l

-c .fowrth.him J of Mars and Brown a poor I I IL1= Paints and a .

k H. Clay Crawford as>d J E. Brooaae I 6."
will amake the second race for Secref -) Rubber-tired Vehicles, Stylish. Gentle Horses "

f, .:Amob.... defeated .EUts byBoUouay..bowt . a ) FINE LINE OF BRUSHES. / Careful Drivers. Rates Reasonable. t'',.,'IfI

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sa. tttt.eea. t. & a** i .,.
1 drfialil fcia for Slat rkool rapwteteadea f; Phone 61. ,,""
*. Iba avaaortty bMmraborac lent ,
'' -J. C. B. FoMer via Ids adjwLaoi this .;JII ,,'
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_jonI".AJofts QCO OCOOOO COOrl:: iCr
on.o-u beiar ahoy IS*. .
Ootfc JI. tiaaAlefor' ...Rknik u t tare1.cs.'dttrtrtsds.s Pariah Paintis WeT f. !.
JVMVOEa Vw& .* ....: T'-.A' twp h?:a -th tM"' r T. J* Hablc-ao: A "0 r'<"iciTe.i! vaster 'rtJJ.-IV
bapevr o..n.. .I I*. hare bwo nest intexs'ed d- rK..or 4.:0L: x of A:>x a.n"n i prach<4 from Vermifuge
1 SIaIe bas saved *cafta.t a Sol.- the >*rtx o Flatfce lust :
e. on Cif(:Caress ;wst rl o.d > : of the seson :
:;a-, ........ by a 1ar1oa ttaajorRw.tv guaranteed not to come off : art to .an: .a.SoH tl'A -user seas, ..Dwtea T><* rn..ita..* very' floe for earlrcc
( 1 i' U bcped tt.arri I both: be and anraxrt "
""' II'. no matter how long ttaatr..1.n.. H v -Do Hirer bill deal! of MKctioo in live receiver'
v %....cewgt 1..Wrt.c" -.or-tea J exposedto ta: baec faroi-aolr received at far a* are. It waexceptioaalIT 'well m4.tnrd '
hetisa waS by .a ..eww-rTs the ,action of the air ,;it rot mill sea ioa'of Coojrres. The aDd !darored.-Fruit Trade Journal Q WORMREMEDY
s bearily.. elesaiiK..., eandiiarerY sun "-- tavcstgatloe It to b ecmUnued last week' i*.oe. ..
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bi .....,abos t-a b one ,Tine or weather and ;d.riag the swtm.. aid ton* far the The fruit referred to above was from .' J
"' j' :anmPai .has 6a giritrt] Ytm costs no more : t s 7 a.a. bca such that for the VVvoJoam Bro*.
tttt,1ttt.. aU 1M.r tso ek.e 10 6'ie-ds of the homes of oar American at.rsse.aidso'a t\
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"'" b.evQ IM.JIII ....-vas asa than inferior goods. : people fee tbeaacelT qaite jastif.ed for eijbt dollar a* shown bp roe- r
>, L-I..... .1as tiouett 1M I* tbeir e oru a:ata 5t this arch eoe- tvrn received a day or two ago. THE
arty::;;.Ii. ...... ......,. di.buw o TWeit i ... PO1 :a-7. of the homer aDd they CHILDREN'S FAVORITE TONIC.
: ...,....r.- -r sad lira i 1 feeJ thatbra, the American people Made Yo.a<,A..!.. rws 4U5.....(., 0.... ......IT...'".....
._4'W. V sl.aei yi1 kao t&ese fact they will ai once pat stmt ar it,
i1 .......... Be__ flt.m Baesapr GRAVES & GRAVES them away Corerer.Rzarr "One of Dr. Kin,:'. Xew Life Pill Ballard-Snow Llnlaent Co. : ,
{'C,.acts Itt. late tttaed Iltas,.... sl eaeb nt'bi for two week ha pat me .TT. aVOUl. MO. ,,
'.1u.. ...R.. ...... : '.Fba -SeTen-rooai Sa& In my "-'os'.ralo write I). 3f. 1\1,.- j it:
,.. P._1l..-v Ilant. lJ dis 8diw_ : Pb '1IaM-ome.. Ap- best oer*la f Dempjtown the world for, l'.. Ttwoy're the and 00..... 's'orelyre.gvt.bye.' rev... .
.. Liver er ItTlpe.
stomach .
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TIm Klsslmmee Valley Gazette' Wade, the tuner,:Orlando t Baby .. i r, .r M
Carriages WaWon'g.
at Bonds for OTflccri
County vv .VwvVvvV ovV lvv
800( tJanm'K 14": j .
parts at
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For -
TELEPHONE NO. 11. correct, Tailoring call on Sutb-- also Fidelity Judicial\ ,, Fraternal,

The dry weather la atlll'uaabated.' ford., .. ._ v . Transportations, BunkTrust< is GO 'T'O

'PUBLI8HJKD EVRRY ruinAY,. Remnant Sale ,atllll' continue at Mr;-and"Alre. R.. L.Wllderof Louh ITuods, .Real Estate! J. M.arid:lviLJJON Insurance jr..I ,
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BY lCa.tz's, 4 man left, yesterday. for St. Louie/ Mu., . --_ '.c
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PO U N D' AH A.ft FIt> a. AH the latest Magazines at Du ".. where they will spend| a week or more A few" trunks left at WaUon's.Rob. 1 J WATSON'SWhen t .

P one.14. teeing the sights! m the Expcieitipa., Watson returnexTlo. Miami .hi. ,

dHUROH' OHHBOY.ORY.MiTimotut Buy your Sboea'from, Stanford, theo morning '
.. VVri. '!,pIf.nt"lIne of La.di'I'; Muslin d reliable iboe .
CnDmcn.-Priaohlng'eech' Dabi' 'I.JDQ\rwear\ at Kat.z'.. . oJ man. Mr Charles Farnsworth came upt! 1 In Need of 4J,
bath, II a.m. and y o.fl'ock. Prayer.martinivery Newt. Taylor a:"former resident of from C ampbell this morning to vial
Thursday at 7 l '
evening SabbathSchool ..
p. m. )
\ Mr.TJ.M. '
rearcp-ca-mB. tip frftru Miami KUslmuitfei but her relatives here '
B:4ft: aiiuiUy morufa . now of Went Palm HARDWARE FURNITURE
f. ... 'licLt, Factor. to join his family here this week.!: .
BE'lWbt spent a lay or two among his j' ,
W; Watson and Van' Due ,
W. L. .
Barrier OHIIIU.-H-O. J. Frier, PulK>r.- '
\ .I'eachln..r Hnuday! 11 a. m. and 7 p. in., The ypnnjr People enjoyed a ,danceat friends! hero\ t1'111'weelc I' ; zOr left this morning, for Jacksonville ; f

Yotm "../..r'-a.' m. meeting Prayer meeting'.HO ... every m. SiinrtijrflahoorH.iA Thur., the last Hotel 1 KI"slramee Monday__ evening FOB SALH-A 100 egg Cy.presa' Incubator I where they will spend a"drfy or "g CROCKERY.. ). "

day 7 11, m. Vlnitora alwuyi.wo.numa. and Urpoderr, only used once. HARNESS SADDLES
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KT. JoHU'iKi-incoi-i ,CHt'iifii._K.v DavM D. Phone 51 for good western and t"lor1na'b Apply at tbta office tw.The ret I'nl of the election in the ,. .r| t g;
KI<;f, prtrk and .Tim IOR .
month Morning prayer, e., anon mutton. Waring1A Orfffln( Cfl m"" over from Nf-wj county, except the Bassen! precinct
"na holyenmmun/on.tlomlo'elnck." : ) Evening OVerstrept.Col. I Smyrna where he III temporarily eo' which I Had cot been received bere when ; ; BUILDING MATERIAL.: S'i 14t

prayvrttud) urtnou nt 7fK: ) O'clock.PaseerrlaltMCnoaca.Olafue. E. O. Morgan has been &.llIODIl; gaged; to cast l> a ballot In the primary we went to press., will be found on the 6 : : .a "

wonihlp, ; his relatives and friends la this place for' his frlendp. He returned Wednes. 8th page. v'4
vary 0rctswaday And lhir HII. a week says G
Meulli. Morning service at 11 m. a., Kveti- or more. Friendship Lodge K. of will hold a
lag cervloa! 'lit : m. 8uiid,,y School at Klsstmmee' within a short time.WANTEDAgfirl called fleeting at thftic-hall tonight, at i

'a. m.Thunder C. K.7(1(11";avenlng at :il;:OO p. m. 1'ray. Hvlii creaaelipg Ditnn's.,Umbrellas Phone from, 14.4So to $.ri.OO!I each a1 or woman-white which a full attendance desired. ; ALL GOODS MARKED CLOSE I .

.rt".I moitcordinlly Invited to .fIeD"there or colored\ -as chambermaid and wal- There will be work In the second de _

ervlce. Mrs. I>. \\'. Sunnrfierlln of Hnrtnwent trcss. JOHN W. SLATER. .. r

Alex: 1 IJAViimoK, Hiijit. of 8. B. "" Ii day or two of the week among Ca.pt H. E. Rose, State Chemist, gree.WANTED TO BUY CKDAR.: -Will pay ; SATISFACTION GUARANTEED .1

-.-. ... -_. --.-- her friends] In this |>lnce. took a few day's respite from his offlcial hiirlicr prices than any other man in 6 ..TVVVVV

Official Weather Report. r Match: Laces and Insertions.-Neve duties;cama home Sunday last Florida-in! swamp or out.. If In bad akV
AVVKAOX T...r.aATO.*-W".. "RfnineIfm : Styles' at Kate's.W. and staid long enough to oast a ballot 'place notify me and I wjll get it out. ; fad

rev R.nAY It"ENINq. Mar 1l: 1WM.I. I In Tuesday's, election We" are always will buy large or small; quantities
1G __ S. Harwell came over from,Ovlcj leased the aad-puy cash. Address .
to
.., see Denial\ Captain on VVVVVVVVVy.VVVVVVV 1;
Ra1u Satuiday. lie reports I>imlnt>s4! In f
Mu. ID. : our streets. T. A. EDDINOS! .
1.11. ,,111" line a.s 1u a rush now. 13-Ct Plant City Fla.
may .. etch
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-- - Standard rgi
-- May Patterns at Kat.z'salso -
Ladies,, lic-forfl FnllrpBK .
Imyinfr your wood.We
. 1>0sllCner Stove .
''': : :: ::; n2 exeatnW3ay ) nnorin' Trlmmintrw, A.C., c-aUon ,\

.4Illld.y, . . .> 0. .. IOIJ 11"-" 10 I. P. !K'nnford and l save monoy.I A few days. ago "Oootsey Wallscfl will furnish Stove Wood, delivered I. :-..:_:: :_ ; _ ..; -:. .::. . _. . "
Iiondav . . ... IMI) fur he 7 '..ar-old' daughter of J. C. Wal- to any part of town at 91.00 ,
1'<"'.".,v, . .. ,I.I, 08Wedne.day. M noii U-r !1q well] ("quipped for making perStrand.
Taco fell ofT ii bed to the floor and by !: MAYNARD LUMBER Co.
.. ... $7.. 47Thnr..i pliototrrnpIiH' views or onlartfnt .
.v .... f'll some unexplained means her left ear o1Kissimmee'
State Bank
Call and examine work. -
/ was split into for nearly an ich. The Great Reduction. In Feed. ,

I., A. HIMI'HON. t'. M. Misses T.annln huge and 1 Annie Pry- wound was quite painful at first butt ,! God corn $1.45 per sack.-

-- -'-- -- --. (Ir. HtudcntH) of KollinH ColTiir'", BjK'iit wax given immediate attention, and "' salt, ]120 Ibs, (65c per sack. ... *' 14
Our rates for insertion Of advertUcTnPWs a few davn with.. fiends') and rolalivtsi vn' are" glad to know has about healed hay W.10 per hundred. --- i'J t'
i -rc< this vi.H kKlejfant up. Other feed in *
Hniong proportion.
the reading matter\ on .
this page' : U ten cents per line .eaoli< In lot lai'CH and l pinhrolderiesimt . 25 Ibs ice with every freezer you buy GUICH- & KRATTON. Offers( toCustomers Every Facility
!. rti-eivod at Stanford\ of Graves A Graves Kates -Hnvana
lertl(I II. Cheap to Cub a and Consistent with Sound Miu Rgc1llen .

H.> surf to. attend, the Protbylorlan' The defeated candidatesare( now try- Return. . grH
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Sunday, School. f htival, Mils. afternoon' ng 1 tc figure nut?, jutt how it was done. Account Cuban ]Independence Day ---

end to-ni il.jhl: and st the. handsome The first, thing/ that stares them in the May 21st, the Atlantic Coast Llnewifl Personal AU4utlou'to All Business I nt mated! to Da t. .' *i4 i
cake to lx sold.. fare is that they did not get as many sell tickets from all points on its II n"Il1tt.ho -- -i_ l* x

Local News.MOOOOCOCOOOOOCOSOOOOGOOO. Wear ("ro M-ti SI.OCH Sold. Only by votes as the other fellow: the next I'D f !State: of Florida to Havana andre ryd. 4'i

lnnn. th t Shoo Mini I Phone 14. hat han I the other fellows got more votes \ >-irt'one fare plus 25' cents for the _N. B: CARSON, OASHIBR..
they did and the next
; thint11"y/ round trip. Tickets will be sold only
i IIV. :-'lIm".li" ipiiirned to KIsimiwp see is that 4itfurpq don't'lie even if men for steaifiers sailing from Port Tampa :JrfI..ll."i'l'lJ 'l... 1>d
battle \\In''IIl' ) nft...r,U slay of two do, and the philosophically Inclined 1 May 15th\ 17th and II/th. with final! return 414
The In oer.A wrk on lake Okfi'rlioliee where hehan among them pull themselves together limit June 1st, 1904.!) 4jL

light .showvr'Sundaj. ietahi I iced a fish camp' !glvothn i glad; hand to the successful For further information or: .reservations e ,'
and about their business with the.lame
go
FOIL ItFN't'-Niro 7-room Hat write or'wire, .
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('limit ('unit next Mondayllargains > over"ulUv
geniality as characterized them
\ 1 (;Ju/eltc om..... Apply! at this T. C. WHITR,
I in Kcinniuitg ut Kat/-'s. oilier. be. fore. their disaster. Division Passenger Agent, Tampa ...

New lot 1'nttern liars at Stanford's. Special bargains' In Pound Goods !Ffa.
lV' narOner; ,
from
arc< cape' over
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and Short Lengths at the Remnant
School Shoes at Stiiufoi( il'" guitianletd. liilMII)) 'tl"> help, ) hiv M'thN, in] the I'llT-] Store.Now. Financial Condition of KlsslrameeKISSIMMKE H. C. Stanford .'
!linn and to h|>fiul a f ft.w days unions ,.
friends and rcltulseM. Berchiruedyes then let all] differences be put May 12th., 1104. ,
Perfection Canopies at Cruvee iCi \ terday. asl.lc and give the nominees a. united I desire to call the attention of the 5 ofJtoat.
citizens and tax of Kissimmee
a\t'H. and-a.hearjy support. Tie electionwas ] payers
.lust i I'P.i-l'.I. MiiHiiiiH: Km JarnI.V *- to its financial condition April 5th, The Originator ol Low
forfine fair .
(!ii to Uundikll V I'rulg's tent a one KO far as we have
(I |pr'r 1iiMi 1 quads] : :2 ,(!jiiiii-ts I iHk1xr heard 11W4:
Photon.Crush not a word hJH'IDbeen/ saiducdtloning Prices In Klsslmmec
| doKcnVarinjr.V! Ovrrrtreet.
this feature of Iand RKBOITRCES.
/ \\ 1'IWJI.'C
) Kid Belts in I lack undWhiU The Indies <.f the \\'. ( '. T. I'. will it wa" as fairly conducted: : as General; Revenue . .. f K 105>
? at Kul/'s. si.fi> ic<" ri-iiin' mid cnkf at tin Meet any we ever witnessed., And as everyone Street FluidM . 24A 6.1W2 InViIe Attention to jlig NeW ,aood$ .

C. M. Ward returned from Wash- Room l'i'i' 2iHli) ,during' the who participated bound himself to tiool Fund .. . (MI ,

IIIJlt"lII"d"J"y'\ afternoon(' and' o\eiiinjr/ All arc inxi- abide the result, regardless( of what Eiei'lrlc Light FUit| . .. .78 41 ,
..-.It.. come) iiiid. I,1'i In\;.' ,Ili..lr friend! ] hat result might lie as-well as regardeh Rink InK OiHd.Ctmttrry ] .. .. C51 IW\ Spring and Summer 1904:
Smoke Key( \\.tlla\IIIIa.i the host of the action of any Individual or Fund . 213 40
fx- Cigar on the market.Mr. New Irish Polatoos! 40. |>er jMM'k at individuals prior or subsequent thereto -
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and Mrs C. M. Iluxlej' returned Warlnjf A. OveiHtreet' we look for as large a vote for the Total ItuaoiirceB> Cash on hand . 1762 07 :it

,I from < >i'lando Sunday night. The. store home, and' Block of merchandise nominees In the fall election as was LIADIUTIKHleptrlc In calling the attention of the public to my Spring and Sum -;:. ae 1
allied nt .lItolll'lh.II..UI/'I1> cast Tuesday. Possibly we did not r4w
;. The lirst. ripe: waterrneloiiH of the dollars of \V. .1. S. Parr at Knreoosscc !get all the candidates, of our choice ') Light Fund. . I fill 00 mer stock of 1904 I do so with considerable pride conscious as ,

season appeared;:' here. on thu lothMl. was de4tr0yrd, l b\' lire Tuesdaynijrht nominated-but the full ticket was I fener.tRevenue 4139OfStreet ---. I am of the fact that it is far superior I in quantity! quality and all- :. .

'. and Mrs. / W I IVtteway of :- , I 111"111111\1'1"I I ", I" !", ...JII"<'\A'f1. each of them is now our choice, Boiler HVi ((10) I betts'r to of
IAurchllla'c, in town \\'edtlebllay.I''cat oil therefore am preparee take care the needs of my : .
whose election we will espouse more SuudrlCH) .. 21111 OO
Jelly Classen ( do/.en. Warring customers. The stock is full. complete-every available Inch of :
HINT Suven "room lint oxerthe : ; 4kJHI' zealously than we did those of our
Valley (Juj-eltlfr-BDice. Apply al \ Overstreet. choice in the primary. Let no dissenlons hue on demand . 2'IG!' M space in the store being utilized-therefore it will be impossible'in

this "III,- '. creep into our ranks. An unbridgeable this to mention the articles that I"
The IIICIIIIMI'9, ,nf the Christian i church > !Debtor Ralane .... 114 48 space even numerous are oil
Randall V ('t'wig/ make fine Photon I hu\e wcured ilie. M rvioes Hr It.-,'. ]1':. from jrhanra.can beproduc '1'..... Due and U o'olluo.'Jed.. 8109 I 1 55 the shelves and counters; in fact but a very few of them can:: be"

of children., Uo to their U-ut and bee II. Uiijiinr, who \\ ill I preach for them a. rift"seemingly of no slgniOance. balauco -1\1.\ V> 07 mentioned at all. Special.attention, however is. called to the following ..-/ ''

the babies :. tho third Sunday) In each month. Next ".HOD 66r3UN 1 M I lines '
Sunday Is his uvular\ day here and To introduce our great Stallion . : u"
!
O. n. House of Ocala, who has large l.the\ public is cordially SPRING AND SUMMER DRESS GOODS.'-The latest
Jnylted to attend Perfection, we have decided to reduce . .. ,.. ..........
Balance. .. ... .. $1965 07
In this IE'CUOIIs on a '
cattle Interacts ) ... I the services1 both morning and service to Fifteen Dollars during the designs/most fashionable paterns the most useful and wearable

visit to Kissimmee. ,, '..- .. evening. '.. year 1H! >4. The charge: is due Imuie- half The this new balance o'lty wharf, leaving will about cost over 9900 fabrics are here.' No lady should buy materials for her' summer r

Dr. Tliomason was called to Lough- I Photographs of babies lately after service.W. before these and getting Ask to s .
/ a .I c'alty. for all purposes.for one years, which wear seeing .goods : our prices,
L. VAN & Co.
man Monday minister to 'Mrll. Uarns Randall) .': Cralp's,;: tent, ne'xt door 'to DTZOR ; will prevent Improvement of streets, be showd our line of lawns. Special selections' of these goods: 1'

i i who h I suffering from a relapse of : J. \V. Thotnn<>n'" store. On May llth at the home of the; Electric Light Plant-Jn' fact'' all city were made as well as in zephyr and mercerized ginghams, Madras x
I ineanlos.IVitches. ride's father Mr. S. C. Part in about The school for
improvement. expense
The, linliei, if the JiriMlan church 7
< and Danish materials for leight weight skirts and the latest .
,
too hcingshtppP'everydayfrom / den I"m ID Hxt4niL: tlii'ir.. ; shanks, tn the six miles east of town Mr. Wlllard D. two months must be. met by the city so 'r'
tint, place. \\'" L. Van Du/or" pudlic for the, 1'I1""O') Pllt"aeIh"1f 3Inmions of Putnam! county, Ga. and that by June 1st 1U04 all the funds will creations in shirt waist material,

has IL line crop and is so (far the most irn i-u ) ,,'. tinli"! IInnlIn'1'u1h-: list: DaNy 1 H J"rt.ln were united 1 InLlw he expended. The only way in my LACES AND EMBROIDERIES'vprything, for all pur-
exl-en Hive shlplwrPliiilogrnph ,., . only .honds. of matrimony,, I Rev. O. opinion to meet this condition of affairs .
dn1'1 I netted 1 1uuJ roii'id 1
v < / < niim in ,
in all the latest styles-good, better best quality 'et
poses, ,) ,
J. l Krier ofnYint ing. Only a few of the is byibondlng.
I
of Orange lroxe. I I which w 111 enuliliIhfin, 'to IiIng h'",H,VT -
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., famil Iy e0nneeti"n! l and 1 friends! werepresent H. M. PKANN, but one grade in price the lowest-not the cheapest for "cheap"generally "
Im lot
Homes, Horses or anything you want> T for I w !Ii li'h they/ recentlynun
I taken in the way of views, u.t Iland all 'liast'd.Dtirotliy" t) witness the 'ct'r'm..ny. Chmn. Finance Com. means inferior, and this we do. not carry in these goods. '\
I whom besides Mr. i'artin's
note,
aiming ) wo
NAPKINS. BEDSPREADS TABLECLOTHSA -
.'4 'nalg{ s Uiit.Messrs' I Dodil. the failii's i, shoe hau family, Mr. and Mrs.V.. )... TOWELS ?{

\\'. W. ai'id"' A. 15. Hellr'I
t OM'i from Oviodu to participate In tli"eliMti Phone. 14. J. M. Sharp' and children, Mrs." lad New GoodsAT CORSETS.-The American Beauty, in 'all styles-longs,

< n und to a. day or, two The Kle\enlli: Annual ( 'onft.rC'.H'o of Sharp) and children and Grandinii shorts girdles and nurses. There may be cheaper corsets pn

i with the home folkh.\ tins Florida< Sliiie Kjiworih:, ix'ngue! will Sharp, from IOl IK. held in Kinbiiiiniee. June 14th-17th. I Davis of Elsie: <;a., Mrij. L. Partin. AT .
l ('n pt. Fuller of I the Tohnpckaligupurchased / This is one of the vomit people' so- Mrs. J. M. Partin, Miss Nora Partin comfortable wearers and built for l long service.
fawn a few days ago/
, a Miss Klflle McC'utcheon and others.-
ciolU'Miif the Methodist' rlmrch and
which he ha Ilk his yard, making two WARING DRY GOODS CO.
lie d, The handsome couplu were labIlly ..
the Conference( will at tPUdt il I lij ;l1'lUW" l- young
t of the pretty' animals there. dressed for the occasion\ and v ..
( fiini every part of the Stat. received Agent for r,1
S. B. Aultinun came homo Saturday who are are assured" our people( will their marriage vows with composure L''(4aMi
[ to cross palms with his friends and to gladly welcome and exert\ themselvesin and dignity. They are well a Queen Quality Shoes for Ladles. '
put u X uittik In front, of ,the names of. lunUlntr\ the slay of the visitors. to tl.o ight of l by those who know their, t .,

th..H.. who wer candidates' )Ix'foro the our. town Ii( .pleasure/ that will lie lung. :" and their union gives promise of being { ._W. L. Douglas Shoes for Melt. ; J

( primary election, 1 "reniniiiliei'I.d.l prosperous and happy one. .
The blessings/: and good wishes of A ,. .
: Mutton SaturdaysV"slern; Beef Stnnti.iiIe.e, ;; SIMIIII, ; (:f"ndv haveairixeil their many friends follow them its they

I every day, at ('. W (;rtn.II',4. a largeuaid (.leifiint line I launch out in life \ The elaborate ; ,; ,

Charley Barnes. a knight of the "" Chance to. \ i-n the old, red hills dinner" and delicious fro cream (c. """"' ''''' <:. '1
\. stick and rule, camp; over from Miami of Georgia aidCrNt l-'loilda At- that followed were heartily verdict by )
$!: indaytsay'how'dy"lo bis. friends, lanlic ( oast Klne. I u'kets, gaud, for seen \ all, and the unanimous was -1'
N. C. BRYAN, S..tary.
President.Waters
C CARSON
hiM that we had a pleasant occasion and A. i
l I renew" acquaintance with family days, a week's outing and chance ,
and to participate in the primary election. to visit your friends at very low rates. !good time. ':IEE: : : ,-
Tickets to Ixj Hold for. all trains Mu)' ONE WHO WAS!' THEHK.Wickless .,
( .
Kith and for trains. arriving at Jacksonville ---- -- ,
i f Now let us settle down to our usual ,
' little evening May 17th. (food to Oil Stoves at Watson's. ( .
vocations, forgetting unpleasant
r and 24th ll)- & Carson Grocery Co. )
l things that creptlntothectunpalgntq ( return to Including May A Card of Thanks. .
tq land all go to work In earnuat for the )4.() ,iA,'Hlendiil| season of the. year to ,
t.f' A peace happiness and prosperity of the visit South Georgia and West Flora We take this method of making a Mnr tM'THEY end In- ) try
f Wholesale Retail Dealer*
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t community.\ da. }Don't miss It'! Just thInk of It! public expression of thanks to the ,
From Kissiiuinee to Thomanville Oa., people of Klsslmmee for the kindness
; Stanford has an up-to-date line of or Montlcello, Flu., $.r>.50; or fl.50 to shown and.sympathles expressed daring TOUCH THE SPOT : GRQP ;-i I : > \1

f Men Hats, Neckwear, &c. C'hattahooehle, Fla., Bainbridge< Albany the Illness of our husband and *;
: Mr. F. II. Carpenter returned to or Tifton, Ga. father. We feel !grateful Indeed for and so do our hundreds of| } .

f Klsaimmee a few days ago after spendIng these manifestations of friendship fully |other preparations. : :
t several days at New Sm.vrnWe Ice ('ream Kr ez('rs you don't haveto believing that he was conscious There is a remedy here for : '.... COUNTY AGENTS FOR ;' .' r
t turn at Graves & Graves.
regret/ to know that his father, who thereof and that this knowledge was a I all diseases to which flesh is

f spent the winter here has: been quite 111 Last Saturday the second nine of source of great consolation to him and I heir. Their high'quality, : HAY I CRATES < *
extent relieved his suffer Celebrated Fertilizers Jrvl
since leaving here with on attack of la to a great I
base ball of this place, composed F
players I
We shall always these freshness and efficiency enti- :
grippe. ing. < man < r
of boys from 12 to 1ft years of GRAIN ET C. .i.
i. tfestations of kindness and sympathyin tles them to be called positive .
Stanford has just received a full age, went up to Orlando, to cross bILlS grateful remembrance. : Circular sad Prlcee \ .

line of samples from Royal Tailors. with a similar team from that place.- \ Respectfully -.-___ cures but our claims are modest P.r....... o. Applicative.HIDES i
J The (game is said to have been a very | : //ham ,J
Mrs D. P. GRAHAM.W. f
home last week to
Judge Sharp came
! one and for seven innings the
pretty
S. GRAHAM?(; Your'own judgment will tell '
spend a few days at borne and to participate score was kept down to 1 to () in favor ,
In the primary election; His of the Kisslmmee when a wild throw or I you that this is the best place : .

headquarters" are now at Tarpon two turned the tables and the game I to buy : FURS W'OO-L ,74,a
I Spring and dredge boat of which he was lost by them by a score of 5 to 1. )"
hat charge la engaged In cleaning out The line-up of the home tam is as follows DRUGS AND MEDICINES, I ..; : '
the Anclote Hlver. : Bob Lee Spelr, Ci; Kd Hall p; Oouc.'try: :!:?rodL\3.oe: e Speoidit .; r

-' New-line of Ladle. Shirt Waists atKATZ'S. Edwin Pound let b: Eugene Hryan and your phssician will tell I : I ....
2nd b; Edgar: Kate :gird b: Leo Bass, you to have prescriptions fill- ] : OrtvaAMMMN'' i/ rr
s.c.iohn .
Woodall and Thud Oliver,
,C Received of M. Tiller, Agt of The ed here. ,
l 1. f.; Emmett Pound, c. f; Joe Butler '
Traveler Insurance $04.28 in full .
Co
4 and PROMPT l settlement of my claim r f.i; Fred accompanied Lines Several the ladies boys andgentlemen and ALL KINDS OF \ ':'-4 .). ,:

against I 1
that for sickness.
Company '
'i heartily recommend The Travelers to enjoyed the occasion very much. i KISSIMMEE DRUG"COl JOB WORK DON.E AT THE >.,. -

4 those wishing: accident insurance. Go to Randall & Craig for fine Pho .
O. F. ;IPR>cVATT. tos. They mike all stales] ; also viewsof "V .A.LLEYC3.A.ZE rT: to .
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-- terrestrial l end celestial globes, '
collar- '

telescopes, retorts crucibles: and Household JOHN 1 L BEAMAN\

strange Instruments of 'which I did I

4 not know the names doubtless the

whole of' them long ago rendered /' patters
worthless 1 by modern and Improvedmeans : 1

"'" "of scientific lnveetlgatloaNot- livery. saIIL.-F 8ed d

., withstanding my extreme eagernessto Th LHtU r.*..." ;

- '." accomplish the object of my visit He member It Is'the little foxes Mint

t ,' li"I'! to- this place; I procedeed,but slowlyon poll. the vines and In like manner;
(' -1WALTER'BLOOMFIEiLD Stable.
1, a t :..ourl. my way looking into each recesi. It is the little rips rents and tears Stable. -

': first,on the right and'then on the left missing hooks, torn off buttons. .
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resolving thoroughly, examine every '
? ,. IIY. ragged buttonholes and neglected; tapes ..
i, : :- r object In it after I' had informed my" that sp'oll.-tI1 usefulness of our garkuents. .

.father of my magnificent discovery! These! little neglects" bring
upon Town.enOr
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.. Finest Turnouts in .
di-!
,. My spirits, were greatly elat fr us, also, the name of being untidy -

r Indeed It-was scarcely, possible) that'I, -badly dressed and slovenly Not only

4 k- Oonrtirht im. tar KOBU B> IICI>I aoa4 should. now be disappointed, my great In the matter of one's garmentsare

+ CttArTER xiy.CMPT : high powers? But; TOP //my love of est fear-that the workmen employed these little'' offenses against neatness1 on :

? 1"'IJI Constance Marsh the question whether obout the house had been into the apparent but the i-nrele-BH' condition of [ I Standard' COilluany.
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there exists a hidden treasure In our crypt to use it as a store for their tools the hair the diiisy; neckwear the flow. .

-I The human mind,. though busied house or not would only languidly interest and materials-being dispelled for no Ing shoestring the wrinkled: hose!, the

when exchanging ideas in conversation me. Che sara earn. Now will) I btgo-of them or their belongings was 'uneven banging of the skirt and the ,

\ with others, dives depest In solltnde. light my lantern and go below. If- anywhere to be .seen. general tosBed-on appearance of everything .

f Probably no cane was ever profoundly Heavens! what.was that In this mood I reached the Abbot's we wear at whr work. One cannot '

considered unless-.the' student was I.turn'ed about ,In a fright as greatas Cell and having turned up the wick g>t slipshod and untidy slx.dnv In KISSIMMEE -'

alone, and never'so profoundly as that of a thief disturbed In his nefarious of my lantern stood before It and tile week without some ravelling/

j; when 'hl.voluntarll7-whell the mental ,'work yet it.was nothing more considered it. Yes, there It was; and ripped from the garment of habit trailing !-

i facultfes areuao absorbed in contemplation than a gentle tapping on the outside Its aspect was the cause as wbeu my after tm on the 1Il','(>nlh. habitual EO"t1TE. fl

of one subject that diversion of my door. It was now a quarter of attention was first called to It by aunt untidiness' cnunot be hidden. If there.EIVEE :

trom It Is as being awakened from an hour past midnight and my father tiertrude. And now, bow was I to remove 1s a rent or rip in the clothing in

sleep. c and the servants should have been In so much of this brick screen as mach easier to memj nt once than to ROSEADA '"
i
? Z experienced: this truth when-hav- bed at least two hours. As I glancedat would noble uie to get through to ,watt until n patch Is required wheren STEAMER LILLIE STEAMER Jr. .

InK retired to- my room set down the my watch the tapping was. repeated\ A-hero the treasure chests were concealed stlll'h would have: jtiitliced! \ if takenIn Captain Clay Johnson Sr. Captain Clay Johnson Klsllm'I

lantern and exchanged my boots for as gently as before. I am ashamed ? 1 observed with joy that the time A rip or n rent never" grown I Regular weekly trips to Basslnger and return. Roseada leaves ,

t1, elippera-1 placed my elbows on the to confess how much this simple clrcumstancc. mortar between the bricks, from ace IOKK. 1f left to !Itself; no button ever, of nee Tuesday morning, and arrives Klssmmee[ Friday evening '

mantelpiece and m7 head upon my ; alarmed me I listened intently and want of timely repair was nearlyall itself, attaches ItNclf to a garment. To Special Charter Trips to Lake Okeechobee and Fort Myers on the LJllle.

hand', and stood so for I know not for a minute conscious of noth- crumbled and gone; but though I put away garment ul.'Pdlng.'l'1I Comfortable accommodation for passengers. Rates reasonable.The .

a how long. That such was my attitude Jog but the loud ticking of my watch could have drawn A few of the tricks Kninll repairs. In surely laying up Iron.Mo most picturesque Waterway In Florida* .

Toe not less than two hours I am sure and.the! violent throbbing of my heart, out of their places with (Be aid of.iny for another day when. In an einerKPiicy For Passenger and Freight Rates apply to .

from the Interruption which dispelled when the tapping was repeated a third hammer 1 refrained from doing so we have Imperative need of Its CLAY JOHNSON. SR.. Proprietor :

s. yt my reverie. time still very syftly. With a great for fear of the upper bricks falling upon weiir. A few stitches In time may s"+1ve .._. On board "Lillie," Klsilmmee Fla. t t'What

X 'bad emptied my pockets, and all effort I disguised my terror and called me which from their loose appear- 1IK hours' of work at n time ',,'bell we .,

+r v the money 1 possessed-elx sovereigns out boldly ance seemed more than probable.To rOil lily sprite. it\, anti, In litany cases --

and some1 odd shillings::-lay before me "Who's there?" get a couple of boxes, stand themon time garment l Is. rendered useless by nddltlonnl '"

v on the mantelpiece. Perhaps It was "It's only me, Master Er eat." replied end one upon the other and mount iiilnlnipa 1 because: of our neg i..r' Hobby ?
the sight of these few coins wntcb led lect.-The Commoner.' a 1
c the feeble voice of John Adams to the top, was the work only of a

L ate to 'review my experiences of the "What do you want?" I asked, fling- few minutes. I then applied my lir.mineros I2ec Jny. I
By J.
:, ry >past twelve days and to seriously ask lug the door wide open. lever to force, up one of the IVdtilnjr Klbtioni. I to think of them! ;
myself for the last time before seeking I UR hobbles! Did you ever rft'.p I
"Are you ill? 'Is there anything Ican topmost bricks and was surprised to Women who study thri subject of to the popjla'ion: of clvlllzoacountries.
exist la dlrort ratio
what
J assurance by actual essay, do for you?" inquired the old find that It was merely laid InC place looking their best bestow'the' O They lull
greatest ;ic
,were my chancea: to find the treasure i It. Their' name. thenlorepro ;
And to
man. not attached loony way amount of attention on their neckwen teathe butbint
I I :
; which had been deposited In the crypt The ",'aslcrWl>man, 1 ;o woman of'plnii
"No I am not ill, and there is nothing fellows. This was the case with another r, jiml keep their rll>l>omj, dainty t.S.-'r': htoabl"! 's. "lheyI
beneath my father' house. That the I you can do for me. Why do you and yet another Why, all the and freKli-look Iny by frequent clcuuIngft -' :I of the' street and the mIlJloi\lr.; all: have f .r'n.. fur forms .lhL'YI
.treasure of which I had that day read In it vastly dlxersilH-J, an ay "of
trouble me with such an absurd inquiry bricks were perfectly loose-merely nnd pressing.1nny; use appear In. ,'0 LI,. as tracks In
gasoline :
described I their lineaments ore aj ru ly
bad been disposed of as by ha>e--and
F ; ?! piled\ one upon another as a child for cleaning' ribbons, and" It clenns

my ancestor did not for a moment "I thought I beard you walking builds houses with wooden Mocks. readily, but In :apt) to lenvo-n yellow a fresh Know.Every has his hobby. '+

''doubt; that such a treasure should be about and that I saw a light In your 1 removed more than a hundred tinge:: In delimit colored, rlMions.. nnd I A certain. man citizen, who from hi.! tancll-.r'In!: the r ,mr.unlty.: \ la adjudgedan <<
i suffered to rest undisturbed for more bricks which formed the rows( there IK .Itlzen a- II .In..:. min rerltn' uplI '" '
room. upper nothing lietor I for i-loanlnc; I. Intelligent man. Is donned by u'l(>lh".r.
than two hundred years, there were by Hluiply lifting I them one by one andltyiug rlbboiix tbiui I unsound mini! The rhino maVlu: this ius.-ration) d
"Why, I have not moved off the \ H stilts of soft witter amid or pursuit.-at least I, of
many reasons to doubt. Yet was it hearth-rug these two hours or lucre,, ; them aside upon the floor. cnKlilcsoap.) Wa-.li llin,! rihlion III tills is reroRnlalso! a* being intelllgen.\ ritlr.IL 01 a
not distinctly asserted by Roger True- ami; trim. '0\1; tl.a.: : U." emend: :
RW. A When sviflic-lent number bad I been lull do A third i-ltlzcn cornea along )
a removed not rub I \01 '
and the only light here Is that taperon sung] illrertl.v oil (ho : ,1I11t'n In" i.
Hr ,
the Abboys whiKih) -
In ,
man that the treasure was certain topic or pursuit. In ofI"-- >iinil mini ::
r to enable me to sec what was fabric nnd lift '
on
v the mantelpiece. \vniJiing.;: rinxp twoor .: lr al 1 least
to Irformallori thin) l'l-/.cn' In )('1):81'1) ; <1 .j. <
f Cell in the crypt" -that It was teers" the that the ) )
within I Blood lantern ou what three times In
my clciir
Mater nntor. KIMion
"You not with me,
there until he built hospital are angry I certan h\lbJe.I..t or pursuit mentally unuuianced.]
a a
remain
Was the of the wall undo with must lie 1) ,I' "
now top never ruliliotl. t'fpnln
4 arch which Ernest pleaded the old man. IlIldJIC'\ best All ot these ob'rvatloll" arC mad,' < nndtdll: an'l lire' I
,. Might not the bricked-up You feelings of Intense satisfaction and way to clean It In to place encb 11.... qll.'ry t1..rt'r"r .. '
had noticed when "No, no; why should I be* are pieceon I serious thoughts of those giving:; !; h'm 'xprsloll. .
lihe'went my aunt Gertrude Iloldenburst Hall bethl.same' very attentive. Go to bed at once.." delight beheldneverul square black a smooth tiMe: and line u piece of ., arises Is one man competent to judge of Ile, mental ..nII'I..n' or Huuthet'Or \au'1the

f over I watched the old man as he slowly\ chest- at the end of the recess. Forgetting the ribbon for u sponge! unless the rib. as long as a man lives In Rc'c'orclanl" with the rdrs cf JlII1111< opinion I

,; Abbot's Cell alluded to by walked away along the corridor carrying In the excitement of the moment lion !Is very stiff when :i\ small l brush law ban any mm a moral right to adjudge\ him iiiraiieOn
.
oclologlst -
my ancestor; and might not tbe reason I a lighted candle In'one baud, that the wall with which I was call be used to Letter "'''":llIllIlte. The man embraces the law as his vocation; swoi.Iarlly he -oniMi a 6rcAQIPa
i for Its being bricked up be to secure itscontents : lust i-lnxe and makes that\ study his! chief diversion In Ille: an.-.b. r moii
and shading its flame with the other dealing was ouly such In appearance 1 water should. contain a little serving' M. .
?. And If that; were so, could I the of ti unit: for dcllenlc! a carpenter, and incidentally a worker In w.nxl. the latter: .
leaped to top and by shades
and did not re-enter niy room until on of pink, while u-ontersaticrr., an.I.: i.iun. ;, i
nnd
_, its contents be other than the quarter aid of hands dropped down iu the lilac and violet, h.! his favorite diversion his point of In'erc-fl >
my set with nnan.-iai < n
may nluiii. I
after I had heard his door close. labor Ihr.mah I II
million Venetian sequins which who has been spared the pain ( ?) of rby-IV-al it
of
w a luslde, pulling\ a large part of the using;: n Kiiinll lump to :10''.i' Irnl''r.
This simple Incident abated much a quart) : of cold t dowment, becomes first a student and c lull m-.n., I1wlcl<-lI'ny B ; f
ha$ so strangely; fallen into my ancestor's structure Inwards with me and dank- unto, nnd, vinegar: Is for 'I 1\I-\ faturltilopu- of -
/f& and been as strangely of i iy courage, and caused uie to postpone pood time different the customs of every, country Interest r..m! sad 1 furm
possession must my visit to the crypt for a full lug my lantern to thc ground .with so "hlld'II'r green." The lest'' wuy conversation, as 11'1'1al\ of study \
bestowed by him? It be so. No hour. I was anxious aud nervous much force that the glass was broken to dry short lengths of ribbon In to Because of their tenaclouadh.."=''fii to their favorite |pursuits the onlooker f j

one < of nay family had ever built or but not to very be deterred from carrying and the light extinguished. press: them smoothly over n clean window or the friend will tell you l ir:' th,-''- l'll'lI.ar m.'nll"Y+ iiiiba.nii: .<-
I endowed a' hospital-no one of them out rellol"P.t half-past one Fortunately 1Vall not unprovided pane> und 1 long pieces can lie dried I "not realizing that he himself bas a iiivnrli:e rtlv.i.Up, \ -, nn-1 i the. query ;i. 'in
had e ver possessed so much money my by arises. Is man competent to judge?
by o'clock I from for such un emergency! as, bellia "Rtrctchliig. mnootlily Otl |lsm'eibie ,
of million sequins unless quietly emerged my Is It rot possible that the men In 'Hi'-Mon\ nutty 1 II" n1GJn1'0'i! They
a -41
as a quarter amid .
buying them .
smoker, It was custom to on n clean
my curry board nnd
the door behind as rierarne l (| nor
room closing me Ullh31.I11'.I.! in r
it were this same Roger Trucman;. m( ynot be, according lo their critics, nunlnlly
A of been noiselessly as possible. In one hand: matches. I soon extrk-nted my lan if the ribbon ling not been wrinkled lit I wklesa.! No! the men are sane, and (th<'y are simply followmR.. out the human
and had so large; a sum money tern from among the bricks! which HIP denning process'' tbe pieces will ,
I carried a ISDtel'o-lIghted. but with : Instinct of worshipping; a hobby.
li found la our house and apPl'oprloteI had fallen With it, and having relit It, dry perfectlymnootli and and T.iomM -
will
the wick turned so low that It emitted need J Their country's freedom was the hobby of tJoorKWnibinRton; .
at
I I 'b7 any member of my family any only a feeble gleam-and in the othera proceeded to examine my nurrouiidngs. no Ironing Klnck ribbon can 4>o fresh Jefferson.

period, I could Hot have failed to hear tiding whip without a thong) on the : At the end of the recess stood ened by; sponging. with well utrulned I For her hobby Charlotte Corday; walked bravely under the w'.inrtow: ! of the 1 t

r ); .of Itv Yes; the money must certainlybe ; butt of; which hammer was the black chests which I had noticed cold coffee or with equal partsof alco guillotine and for her hobby Jeanne d'Arc suffered' the tortnrcg of the ingot t'
a heavy
there and I Would presently go below from the outside orderly disposed !In hol and "water and if 'any stiffness is In an age of free speech free thought free artU>n why should there
Instrument
and look at It and my father and mounted-an used by my desired rub the still be mace -of arbitrary wisdom to pain. upon tic )nU>\\1I! epee, Ue boobies, t;
three rows, three chests In a row- ne ribbon with thin gum .. '
forefathers for opening obstinate .
in the morn- sporting; )f their.fellows? ,. ,
would' fetch it-upstajrs "to chest less than bad expected to find. arable water and leave it to dry, -Tin .
five-barred gates. I tried Lone )live the hObb-No"York American ,1
; ;, ,
and I Insist ,1 "
father "
'Then would my ribbons'may-" +
lagf bo .
uncle Sam the persuade myself 'that I carried this Looking about me' more particularly kept tree fromwrinkles 1iJ.P.tf1', ; '
,on returning to weapon solely to assist In removingany I beheld with dismay the tenth client by smoothing them out after ..

mone1 ,wblch he had so ,.generouslygiven lumber or other inanimate ob- nearly In the middle of the apartment each\ wearing; cod winding/ them over 11 ...
to us; then would I ask Constance roller and there In
struction which might lie between me with .a half-burued candle protrudingfrom nothing better for
M? Marsh to become my wife; the neck of bottle und bis( than n niyiiill toy rollliig'
a an ordinary pin wblch
and the object of search and not ,
ray What ? ;
H f ,..then, for dt'fense-an Ingenious but unsuccessful up-to-date box of matches can be trough! for a trifle.-Detroit iJ Wealth '

Wu't a thins is money-tbe epitome attempt at selfdeception.The standing) upou it; at sight of which my Free Press.Scotch "

of all men's desires I Why those six light from lantern feeble burning hope fell to zero. Having removed By TrtiHtee.

small ',yellow counter's lying on the though It was, caused my my form to cast the candle and matches I I MICHAEL CORCORAN glx.M a 'ol1.IFP and admirable: ,:flnl-- 0'I

shelf before me would buy the hard an enormously exaggerated shadow nripeil the client with, my hammer; It I tlon of value as "the effi-tlvi' > equivalent In ex.-banrfc." I'rob- ... .,

dal17labor'Clt an East Anglian giant on the !floor and wall of the corridor. was resonant. I lifted It; It weighed ably this Is as clear a dcflr.ltlon/ as can iie foiinil.\ and for gem .

)J' who to gain them would sweat and The carpets had been removed from scarce ten pounds, and the lid fell off {lJR.eral purposes Is sufficiently accurate, to im-oi the n-qiilreiiicnta

'toil bathe parched fields from sunrise the corridor and stairs, a circumstanceI on to tile floor. I held my lantern of newspaper, dlscusilon. Now.. I let t tin build upon lulu, and sea ; :

,, to ,sunset for twelve wee -wages had not considered, and despite my close and scrutinized it eagerly aud- asaz-h "where we are at" In our at emit to 811.w'r the qllCHtlonVba\ '

-fib current this last quarter of the nineteenth soft slippers and careful tread a distinctly Oh, cruel fate-It! bore every sign of Is wealth" ? The State of U-ing wealth) coiuUtIn tho poises.'

century. Bar less than two of audible and weird creaking pro- having! been recently opened; the thick Sconen-To one of slon of something which ct the time it Is regarded as wi-ilth.. baa an effective
quart
will labor In darkness sifted in exchange This, for example, : might: have been a c-onldei .
not Lean
them a claimed each step I set. I paused fora black paint wqs grazed In a01'' that flour mid tour l level teaspoonfuls equivalent! y
bowels of the' earth with constant of able block of trust shares eighteen months or two years ago with an exchange 44
In the denoted the action of a double-pointed baking
outside, Old John's door. It powder
moment cut Into
limb or stand before ; this one-four, value of say C5; per cent, of par The man: havliiR socurltlos, of that ,
to life or crowbar If the chest had
peril as freshly
was closed and all was dark and silent as cup of Inrd and one-fourth cup of but character to the par value of. say: snntllU:: ( could exchange them for current
work In the
rS a roaring fuvnacti! or within. The creating! of the stairs was been forced open an hour ago. I stoodIt ter; add one teaspoon of sugar; beat I money to tbe value of U 10.0ttO. This amount would "Ixi a comfortable competence

.noxious air of a factory amid the maddening so loud that had any Inmate of our down, ran to the other chests and one egg until light and add to It two for the average man If taken care of and UJsrreetly Invested. Tot- f'

I tt, whirl of machinery for a week house ehant'ed1) have been lying quickly moved them from where they rupfuls'of milk; toss this on u floured day the same securities are worth lIay.I"r* rent of par. The same block.
esteeming himself fortunate if such stood. Not of them contained board I effective'equivalent: In exchange of $10,000 which la aot
awake my errand must have Infallibly one anything ; roll out half: nn Inch thick; cut of securities has an .
J tyt slender means of life so earned be pot been betrayed. but each of them bore the same In three Inch square pieces; fold In half a ('Ompel For want of these same definition of wealth Is Insisted upon It will not he found easy to
him If
.4 1 denied Once In the entrance hall. I again unmistakable traces of recent violation to form three corner pieces; bnke oil a .
a
counters ha. not a loving husband and 'as I had observed upon time first hot griddle give in few words. How would this do?
All and the .
sill
paused. was quiet as very slowly.Vanilla
which has n'cnt' of ( h'l'1I1P. Obviously
'watched his wife pine and his Wealth l Is property a high.; pa'il 'x' ;
J father Mad with rage and disappointment.I
t. grave. Setting dcwnmy lantern, I Cream Stick-Boll threo this lIalJTP' property Is subject to Increment or decrement: of exchange va-lue.
; 'child die? Answer, you :who, have took from my pocl.'t a huge key I had quitted the recess In the manner I pounds' of granulated augur with half Consequently wealth Is not the property Itself but the relation which, under

beeD'c '". alld down' this England of been careful to attract from Its ac- bad entered It. pushing outward a lot pint of water let !It dissolve! slowly :a' favorable conditions It happens to bear to other properly The condition t

ours you who have traversed her customed place % few hours before, of loose bricks In the act and was a cool part of) tile range, then add oil1 of being wealthy depends upon the ability of the possessor of property to exchange

towns and villages yon who knoW bow and which opened a door instill- striding rapidly along ,the mulawiiy large tablcnpoonful of vinegar a it to advantage for something lie wants more,,or at least ai much u'

the, poor life and bow they dlerls it room at the back tf tbe-entrancr ball with Intent to go at once to my father teaspoonful of gum arable dissolved and 111'a' and which baa a high equivalent ol exchange. Now. as exchange: value fluctuates K

not apt Why in the towns of Christian whence a steep !flight ofsteps led down and tell'him all when, an object met a little water. Boll through a wide range according to rlrcuhmtancc! over which the owner
until brittle; remove of has llttlo or no control the condition of being wealthy todayby y
plucked property
__ England 'la every man arrested
$; Into the my gaze wblch my progress from
Ib' crypt. There was now no the fire and
sleeve 'who alone the flavor with reason of the possession of certain property which haw a high equivalent #
'by the passes and almost stupefied me with terror. ,
further danger of Disturbing anybody vanilla peppermint or cinnamon only of exchange may be replaced by the condition of relative poverty tomorrowor '
? Lu.U'f
What 1* the C8.IIIe' In to the door which
a recess near by '
byeway7 and I entered the stlllroom with work
con- quickly. Hub the bands with some otter day when It cannot be exchanged: to advantage if at all. {
Kay dire need of a pitifully few cUvertr .fldence, but was. ktftwytd to "find the I had entered the crypt crouched the ''I feet btu or'butter and pull vigorously From this the conclusion Is Inevitable that .li-. there is no flied standard

;; counters, and the inability of hundreds door which opened ou the steps wblch figure of a man, bis back towards me' till the candy Is white; twist or braid of exchange value there can bo no fixed standard of wealth a fact so

I;* ::jf>> 'thousands of t women t;> gain them led to the crypt stAndipg: partly open; the better to conceal a small lamp I It,.or pull into long thin strips and amply confirmed by all 'human experience that Its dliicusslon 'would seem to
cut
more honorable., Even I, which he carried.I .' ,
r. by; means and reproached myself for my carelessness It off. be unprofitable. '
:' I ".Whose life bas not yet run to,two dee- -for doubtleus I was the last was never robust, and ipy breakdown Baked One who has had experience In the Investment of trust funds bas had'
"
,I J, ,odes, and''who'have always lived reojot person there-regarding '. the circumstance at this critical juncture must of pulp of Apple Pudding-Half a pound,J good reason to realize that the que tlo11.; What N.l wealth? Is one which r
haunts of men. apples, half a pound ot..Jpaf' sometimes tomes between a conscientious man and his sleep ;In the still
the;; busy '
mote from of In justice be ascribed to natural weakness
aa additions proof my nervousness. 'sugar four ot
and Is ounces butter the rind, watches of the night and gives him many an uncomfortable/ hour. w
"cannot'' knows these truths;
f but However, It could not matter rather than to cowardice. My .of lemon tour ,
---- -
IrfJ H not'WrongMn.one' who has youth and I pushed: open the door yet first Impulse was to rush at the Intruder core and cut eggs puff paste. Tare, '.- -

_L : 1'f '' .leisure, and tbe luxuries of life to so wider and boldly descended into the and strike him down with my a stewpan with up the apples put them In I Skin Grafting. ears nose or skin for this purpose. v:,.
'I' only sufficient water Though the recent story about grafting In Pr. TJv-it
desire to this tread case docs not need
grasp hammer but all of locomotionhad
; "passionately crypt power to
prevent them from burning and let'them one nan's ear another man's them :.
\ are which he baa done nothing to acquire 1 had not visited the crypt since 1 deserted me. I tried'to shout for stew upon in his own practice tbe correspondent ,
slowly
.10. certainly'U not hlsT until reduced tb a' head to make good a loss.by the lat would esteem it a favor If
; \ 'and which conducted my aunt Gertrude through help but my tongue refused Its office pulp. Weigh '
? the pulp and to every: ter, proved to be without foundation he would bear ,
; whole him In mind la the k
4vMur"a.fewjdayagorandtbe{ Ic, and perhaps less than half a doseD and Involuntarily relaxing my grasp half pound add halt I
: foreign'Jo my aature of lantern and I a pound of sugar, there can be no question, about the event of a colleague requiring them. .
spirit 3oC gad waa time before. Certainly I bad not previously my weapon sank Insensible the grated rind of a lemon ,
bole'',be:>>c doml- to the and four pofcsibilltr transferring portions of He also suggests that the Academy
ground.To
1 ; tavt4\, my observed it so closely as I now well-beaten eggs JJf at .,. '
these inn's.dients skin from one human body to
4 1 Mated by It. ,Alas cad it be that Love dl melt th That has
operation been
; of atone, the malnway of 'It being Butter; and stir it in with the performedwith might find use for parts of a living
AvariceDioi an apartment about eighteen feet . Ingredients other success too many times to be body. "If so, please let me know' and
a n.r. > Chl_. Put a border of puff past with
7la compassing natural and wide and as long as the house-that When'you engage! a servant or makea round a pie dish, pan in tbs mixture; regarded limited scepticism. On a more I will be most .grateful -
scale and with less
'ajafcltloii la 'not avarice..>- These, .. is to say, a hundred and ten feet- bargain In- China it is not considered and bake for rather more than half satisfactory lie adds a postscript to the effect 'f'

.'quins',sre necessary tome If I am to with eight arched: recesses on either binding until the "fastening penny"has boor. -' an, results irjcns have spliced that the charges for parts of bs| anatomy t

r win, the-::girl' npoa.:whom I have"Nt side whereof the, one to which I was been paid. Although bad-.faitbII pieces of boat taken from an animal will be "moderate at first. Indeed ;>. 1"(

heart; 'nay more. perhaps fheyjHtVe bopnd differed'nothing from the others Dotol'lona'll some matters yet to OldMt KMlr,K
,f say. been reserved In
., for '11hll L special object" nave at the front' :];The mainway jiraa tolerably been paidbyyon the Chlnaman.; lI.' the State,of Indian, lives lii Crown widely circulated In Europe has led to the reduction of his" per.

'y'' .? Ml vy die wise mB of the arthlA every ,clear but'nearly 'all the! recessetwere orshopman, will generally stick tohii Point. Ift,good health' and at 'the ae: hai to a written remarkable offer. A Frenchman son. He also. sara that special'', arrangements -;

W aeRrte-wr what are commonly' called jmed: witb:.mlscteDaneons. lumberfor barraln,;; even if the gesult to him, of etgnty-nlne/ years tie Is still connected to a surgeon named Gullieime m,.>- be made for the poorwho
..
litwL ".", .,"- "- "- ''with the Lake Lint, tosay that he will sell hoed pieces of
:- tjjsjUat .. ,to'tbe\ "orderly; ,decree the meet part ancient! i and pe- bet loss. : Ceunty'BegTsUr: him*

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A FLAW'-'IN THg>TITLE.. The bard work; did not weal ou on J"I I *. '* ",*; -*' no motley\ offers"for.Ay-big! trout.,but !la ,.* ., tk* .: ''F;!' .', .*1 :.' 'w': :t4'',....:.*.+ ,ttr, ,'.' '.. " *' '.' ,

,t find year ia a wvndmu*'r.'.) AH It did on some of the othf"". 'AU |I ....__............ _._...' lien of a ride M tie' city,:which, ia on* '- ': '
Vfkf!re, ank.: -deep 'nud boaom! _. ibouhl'sbe' rattier .. .. ,... ':.I
) rare was sllfibt la.figure, r 'FM".re "eenjiniscences . conversation'; t .bad learned' waa" liU ... .
Tt maidr'i\ . .. ,.
areeted +, aiming, fttnud. eke was .trou J' c ,
destination
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anti to hungry boy the
Combing/ thele: :ue-hlcck lialr. .
On lovely year, !in a lovely ll1udA.ye..lonr One, I'rSrtny: nls'Jt: : after .' tarttou- : .f{ .. f fi nice luncheon be gave me, tbe Dili THE.. ,EX-LANDLADY' sK
: ri 1.i ion of ann and sea, larly hard wcei::, 4vrlug which the ;. found' Us.way It his creel without tlia <, .'oJ .
Ot Tong ,pvd.'f sornt and elrvnclnz Mini-: nUll had i>eeu. running: Overtime ev 'ry asking '- :-. .... ., II-
All,t.lun that; .hcavenJvet: bo! day 'the girls walked! rteorlly.! to that -.l7re i Now comes the tall,. part of' Ih..1 ),r i
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"And what lat; they bring yway'11'ilh. disk/: ; to have: lieir-I! .*t rolU-cf clolhchecked. ( ) ; I story assuming that yon have no> ten* i Samtr' .oC H .Exp.oricncc: find .D.. .. .,
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the*- '* -' sou to uoubt the truth of what I hare i ; R: cal .r
A gem, a flow or :fhininj: pu* ''
To And mind to HIM brighten of all the that Northern wm left Bloom behind", said' one of theta. \ ,' .... ,'W ter; l7iSllil)!{ eventful tiny that n line' three-Joint I' : '. tlt

Nothing. I left them alll untouched!. The foll or rjoth: wer'* besvy. Two trout rod wssdeliered by express at t n..
tlnnlurkcd, in the realm of nun and ong*;: cf them made au armful for a girl Hiii ., ... my home, no doubt front m/ appreciative , j' ft '! *. w wN I* *. 1 *: .* ,*' .' "*, ,

For 1 Mid. aa w. stood away" from tit. .e here wot'. Marie tnirryliijr dawn the fisherman,, but I never knew,,III \ .

,"'I_nhorc.haIl come affoia, ere long alley wlth'Tfiewbojij day's product of Dr W. ]'. SIBLB7f.: no card'or.letter accompanied! It; II 'one of those stormy:!, 41011 student was sf regular night'

( bet' looms piled on her shoulders and ..- ..:t._. !:.0:... .. .. In 1870 the scene shifts from :New : snowy, nlgbis that made', ( you' will allow as to use that. r
Cub;; t ncvorTiavn taught Its shore* araia- :' op her head. She' won' reaching up' *i .1r * England!: to NeW York, City ,to-ugage I IO all out-o'-doors .more than Unladylike expression);, lie bed so *
fctronff: are, ..tlia' bond' that; hod mArid e with both arms, end'steadying''the top In commercial life. Few were the bolIdays -. I uncomfortable, a party cf much,church work to'afteadtolbesaid ''
facie; t' toll with 1 or accorded U was' folks;.the maJorltFot-tbem' 'tbat : ':
never nijalh .Lill the tip of her fingers. Born of .New E &1 pdpargnte'and i< outings as frequently kept him .pi
That loveliest land-aaekl my! aaderee ate "It's ,a load for a mule" said. Dell living Western Maasacunielts until by constant application that' .I held. my'positou l.u" young women, were wblllngaway ate.' -ODe .afternoon tbe ,_ yet*

O. far one of itrtranipled flower Carpenter, In astonishment my1- seventeenth.year, little ,or:, no opt ; for the next"five years, the time telling stories, word e\ opeat- door in answer to eernI.ring, ; I..!
For O, for the roughest ihell from iU dioret! Marie, Wbo seemed unconscious of portunity presented, itself for salt water Sometimes, la my Sunday strolls l' _less grewspmr their character at aiel .ber cane the young.
the ki..d. meanest isle: thing from. that, sun the weight 'pitched tbe 'burden:'lightly; fishing. bad wandered, to"-the"docks In New befits a 'tempestuous"winter evening, student of c11 He walked right
InQ"
\\Ticro I lived and lovqd<<; of )'ora. ,iqt
. The ovenecrlooked tip fronf hischeck proficient: In'fresb, : water Usblng, X certainly even men, fishing for porgles and !laT- : in assisting a hostess Ill.entertaining I ing person who was no less than a Canidlan -',
I *,as ao aure that it all erau mine, .list. "I advise you to let Peep' bad some claim as' a boy, to tag fair- success. 'On such occasionsmy \ a visitor from( northern'Penn detectIve.There was considers*' ,
80 That I dared to Irave it a little-paces alone 1)4) ,said. "If you,prpvoke."her knowing "thing or two;about catching palms always Itched to ''get bold' sylvania who wars. guest of the lady I ble.cotlterntlon. and"I appeared:on,
proudly '
With) a glad lure and, that tcarleu I left face the Ule to take bold of you, some one Is liableto ,. trout as the strings of ash I brought of one"of those lines the boys were. of the 'lJp. .e. The visitor who,was scene. .Tbe detective told me that ,1I

IfMirt, when thetitle to all war ouri, get htU..t.:' ; home on every: 'occasion when' I could Using but I never 'betrayed my' .feel'..,' .wen advanced in ';years, for a longtime was barborlug.it: robber,. forger and
Whet wss a gwn, or flower, to Ult.! Late one afternoon after this Deli absent myself .from,school clearly de lean to'them la the matter. -forty, years or more, as she herself pmbJerraD ordered the young.man '. ,r
.. Naked' : the and wander. alone, afar- Carpenter was dressing her hair fa monstrated. Next came tile fishing bank' escort .acknowledged-rbad been the'pro- go him Us sail ia me: *Madam -;>

hungry-thua! front of her looms. My outfit in those days, as I remember lion, but the boats were so crowdedon prietor of a boarding house'In a Western all this fellow says; Is true; I am a .J.

w 'Nothing we eared or thought to fetch This weal gainst tbe rules' which It, consisted of a grass laid line, Sunday, riiy 'only day that nfter city The younger ones bad about toner and .1 that, but you need
From that cmmlry who.. titio': was- were posted in a dosen places; but possibly bait a dozen trout books and one or two successful trips I gave It reached the end of their tether In the no fear;' then be br4Ye his hue

M.llow jhcnrt'a<< delight( ; Dell's hair was 'so long and thick: that an alder pole cut for each occasion nl up.TIme recital of gloomy and peculiar yarns to I scorn, and told 111"b' cp, t.r''.
Wo cam two we arc prove-wo I" wt'ri over there' -dressing it requlred.tlmer. and* as she tile brook's side. The proud dlstlnctlon.of drew on apace. I'bad more liberty when one of them said to the''visitor: a.aw'oIcer.. to there was,
poor, trt-nicbt!
We've not a leaf, nor a nhell nor a alone wished to go out to supper.tbat earning owning, a creel was somethingI and money;' A vacation of two 'Come, it's your turn You ought to I law to bold hIm'I an ,
To keep.n. a toUen- to clasp or kin; and did not want to be late, she looked? tOl'ward..o. but.a small birch weeks was also 'allowed me, which I, Have lots of stories of events that bap. not going back to Canada: be-said, q

Whovoald believe we were, once ao richWe -*- was disregarding the rules. crotch stick served the purpose to divided up Into day outings .weekly: pened in your, long ,,career, as. ,a land and .be didn't. He never came, back,,
who.have fallen: ao law.. this! Marie| bad to pass D II'II looms a doc- string my fish on, and I don't know but extending vacation' over the months lady. Haven't: ;you nowT") I to.my house though."One '

S a a en Ume..ajlll,.. and there was no loves full as well. -- of June, July and August/ ,"Ob.yes: please do.": chimed in the of-the funnlesclappeningi that'I :
Out a king U a king though the ertfwrn i From some companions I learned' others. wouldn't take "No" 1 "
lost lost between the two girls But If I am also to tell you something They ,for recollect, said the old remlniscencer; :
; Dell rarely let the French girl that Giffords. situated about midwayof an ans-prer, and the'good-natured and ''was when on 4' very dark
And we know. by this pain that l ia bitter go by of mx, salt water experiences during night a ,
sheet .- In peace; and Marie chased Dell sometimes the past Hfteen or eighteen years, a Staten Island, on that part etnar- very Intelligent old lady, captlvatedbjrtheir' youth tried to"get'away from my
We are otulcd heirs of that lovely land- when abe was unusually In. single incident of tbe boyhood's exploits -. Itan Bay: known, as the Great Kills, appeals,, launched, forth tlnftTa house without settling blm board bill.. '+
Forbid Jen now to our feet. I was a ,good place''' to locate if I WAS. recital of experiences wblch He '
censed. During the hnlr-dre'uMiisf; .trout fishing w1ilsntce to carryout ,.varied! arranged to lower his carpet sack "
Howard Q'yddon.PEEP": Merle pnsned don the rooar, and Dell my statement na to results.! looking for salt wntefishing./ Accepting kept her listeners spellbound until the from '. back window by a rope' and i V

wee loo bury to do mow than t make a About five miles from my tome there their advice, rods, reels and time came at which to-say good might I inake'bls own escape by a'tear

/'' 'r- e,,;e ririririr- -; face at her. Marie's black eyes spni'k- was a small stream or brook known as the necessary outfit was provided, a She began by saying: "Xes, my dears' 1 It happened hat a policeman c00.WI:
{.U. ;,ti.K: : :,. t \\i:: ( 'led. the North Branch It bad It. source few lessons Blvcnnne by the veteran; t will tell you a few incidents and courting my cook, and just at that t'

"I'll have a handful of tbnt l.nr! ," In a swamp wound In and out of the j oIl'. Fitzgerald, more,opulnr as "Un episodes that came under my .observation time: abuCIU' 'coek.,:,was, bidding,
"{ snld Merle vludlcUvely to; bcrself, "If" woods brush and meadow land at the cle Mike" among! the fishermen nod I when I ,took boarders. I hada his IlJamor.t good night and linger

she doc that again. foot of rising& ground and hills, until was fairly started on my .alt water long apprenticeship at tbe business JJ at the door, as all lovers will.'when"

In a few minutes Marie returned.: i:. at last after n flve-mlle r course. vtey. career. and willingly admit that I am..on the felt something strike big beady. and
Dell flung bank: her hair and wung urinated In a"large lake. -. Weakfish.!! bait and bluefish were thee retired list on' Account of age. looking'' up be saw a rope, and attached *\ ,
J l,. .. round toward 1 her j\ltli a 1.cJll..OlU'look I It made little or no difference to su only game Itch considered-worth taking Here, 'she parenthetically, declared.! to I wa tbe' dangling carpet'"
; but the look cbnngail tonne of about fisLIng up or down strenm./ but by "Uncle Mike" but 1 was satisfied her opinion.that Jt wouldn't be'a:; bad,. bag. lie .elze soon had its'

A Story of the Factory horror, and she uttered a picttlng ': as it was a shorter cut to tbe bead o!' at first to take almost anything idea to pension landladies.. like old owoex.al o. "I called, ao the
jtcrenni of i>.in.! I 1 thebrook, I usually commenced there, that took ray; bait and delighted It I soldiers "and I wish" she said, "this poor[ i young! tel w, erring piteously,

- -. -.- -- - ., -- Her hair hud caught !In tie! C"rtr8 i I |the brook at that point being scarcely: a caught a doeea..weakfish. Later on I young lady here" indicating the laid be bad ebnc to at'worJ laan k e'ID
:LCL1 r 'nee ':f'"'"P and she was dl'II ll'dJack\ WI1I".1 lull yard wide, running through meadowland went In for number more than pleasure daughter of.a well-known member of adjacent ,
Cttienry
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Minted Klilewlue to tbe Hour. I ITliere for tbere was most always an empty Congress. "would induce her honorable money than would pay his tAre, He .

wa no' time for Marie to go I i I I was nlwnjv\ pretty: sure of settinga basket waiting- to bo filled on my re. pa to introduce a bi'.l! for the relief of didn't IDteet be said to cheat me. but
,i i- iw.i'' Peep! Peep! ronucl, the cud of the loon/ to the brake. : fair number of. trout In this meadow. turn. auperanll ted boarding house keep- he bad away to' secure certain
_I-* Everywhere: In the srl"Dt t'o she! (raped high In the air above '. as It was not flaked so much us loweri Fish were plenty In those days and ers." Then she began ber-story or .emploiment He cried like a baby; '

n\iiii-room; that pure the prostrate girl, aud grouped thehilt i j downstream, rnd n good start ninny even up to tbe middle cjslittes.! It was stories. time and my.heart pitied him;
?fc'' "..- note sounded us Murle L.U- with l.cr bare bund to drag! it I| ,gave! me encouragement tor the rest I considered no great tent to take thirty "Many episodes, humorous dramatic In his distress. I told him to go back .

gigue entered; and a run- from the pul:..,.. I| of the brook. or forty wcakflsh weighing from pathetic and tragical Dave happened to bed,"'and leave' town afterbe bad ?, '.

nuag uu of laughter: followed. What A error;i man, with work Unrtli'iinJ j The day was overcast, nnd enrly I two and'a halt to four pounds each in houses where I took board. had bis breakfut'nest morning. Tbe4 ,
did It 11111111':1111' Sbe had Bald that her hands might; l well have shrunk Iron.' was on my way to tbe brook striking during. a tide, but I honestly believetbere : erm,"'she began, "and I will tell' you of cook pleaded, with the policemannot ,:' Y ,
111111.1111 :.Murle.8lie I : were tome men who cither did! the saddest event which I remember. to arrest lticb
that functionary"re-T '
JrllMplll;; thnt driving strip| of l'utI..1'Hnt In, ns I usually did, at tbe source. -My him an c
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will to the fixer's bench and Marie! clue; to It, nltbotiKb xbewaa i< success was .beyond expectation until uot flsh, or did not know how for notwithstanding There came to my house one day a leased hm forwltb*He went away r

touched ills nun. lifted 1 bodily from the floor, ui>- ;I Iup I reached a small, strip of wooja. a 11111eI : the fact above stated, young gentleman and his bride. They net da'ltl heat full of ctI.'
"What. Is it, Frencbyt" be asked, not: toward that deadly shaft. !] or more down the brook, which terminated they invariablycnmeashore"skunked were excellent people and bad the best tnde,..nell a short. time I got a -
uOklndl, If aLe were carried over that slinfl I In a mar" of brush and under- The first stripped bass I ever took' recommendations. I noticed the beetle from enclosing the small amount

1 She gt-Btloulntcd, about the room and she would be pounded ngnlnet the cell- j growth. It wn not until I discovered" weighed about tUrcejipunds-nnd was s flush In .the cheeks' of the young woman of money be owed me and reiterating ?

imitating tlic word, repudiated It with, lag, nod every bone lit her \body would fresh boot prints along the soft bank, disappointment from the feet that I and a Beamingly unnatural brlgbt. his thanks for my klnclea.t blm.. lie'never ''
another K(.>&turi'. Then she pronounced be broken lint as liar feet touched I that it dawned upon me that early as was so Intent. upon catching wenkflsb ness of the eye,-but she'was as happy came back ''lloDt

tier OVMI iiniiie very pl lnl7. "Marie. the frame of the! loom, she set them I I was, there was some one abend of mon e and weokflslk; only, that I am quite 01 as a bird. and was fairly Idolized by calling on me."' j ,, '
Me Mar.r-rle. uo Peep.". .agalumt it aud 1 pulled. Sho pulled withD I the brook However, I fished on the mind that I should have thrown her young husband. They bad been : "But 'did bone of your boarders fait,

As the mncblncry began to move and II her might, acing the weight of here until I came to the open meadow overboard had not a flsblng companion there'not tnore than four months,,when In love wit you I";queried'one of. hew.
the French girl went to ber loom, th body and the strength of her -arms. There was conviction enough, of my prevailed upon me to keep it the young woman,was taken seriously 10UIJI listeners "* *',
Gtgh-pltehed epithet was atlll flung at She pulled so well that the bolt came Indifferent lIuCl"ellsmnn ahead, as I Later on, when-1 used'lighter tackle 111. Physicians were promptly called", : ,: yes" was the response "Sevt '

tier. Koine oue varied it with'a' deeptonlralto off, flinging her down with lacerated had thought very carefully flsblng and fished more for the sport than and one of them said to me, after they era! callow,youths were smitten by my
'P-r-r.ee-p" It was a beUt'r'ImttltJon number I could not book on to a bass been in '
bands and a broken collarbone that strip of meadow brook. I bad consultation one day: elderly charms Tbelr a"o\al.bow

: -tbaa tbe o t hers,j nnd Marie Veil lay bet>He ber, ,lvlthher! head :Disappointed, I seated myself on a often enough.It This poor lady will never go out of ever, generally resulted seek 1 $'
understood the Insult It was the'nol. twisted ngnlnst' the (fettfs.; but;, j aI' large stone," under corer, to watch him was iu September. 1SSS. I think. her room again..: She will not live a lug In short order fresh fields and pastures -; ,
tbe frocs made In the spring; because though she"i creamed and lyrithete for the time being and to thInk bow Icould that I surprised tbs natives and myself. month.' Her husband never left her new. No well seasoned,' Ib'<;,4 :

she was French, tbe oilier girls were pitifully h.er'erall' ) was unhurt; there get ahead, Yet I disliked tgive In taking from the Kills an eighteen side He seemed to rave an intuitive stantlal..tr.an among. my little tam' t

calling ber.a frog. was not a drop of blond-on.the floors up that strip ,of meadow brook, as pound boss afterahnlt'hour's!! struggle idea tbat she.must die One evening, ever proposed to De."ho; .reverb. .,':t''
She ran out from between'tier Marie stood up without Rulsta nce. there\ were-always large trout there. I This was an unheard of catch in when she was lying: unconscious lilleI'bed she 'snld, "If only one bad done .'

aud threw spools at. ber"nearest tor She wrappqj her bands'lit, ber.;.aprpn> could plainly I tee that the man ahead those ""days it having been'Bome bass ten' the young man said to the doctor, jprobs&ly-I-xroitfd. not be A' I am ::

'mentors. nod leaned against. the windon, while I IJhe was having: fair success, as .trout afteri years previous tbat a of that who was watching her almost Imperceptible '*n' .aged but thoroughly ,contelte 1 "
:, After that Marie wa always called others,.cut Dell's bnlr mid lifted i STout. found Iti way: 'toTil* creel: "* weight had been taken iu the Kills, so breathing; 'D ,tor. tell 'me the. old moid/1--Washington..Star,,
(Peep, fctie resented It, and stormed her from tbe'floor. Tbe l IdnfkZceth[ oftpe I|I Suddenly be topped I guessed the. I went to the New York Sun .office for worst. 1 my wife dllnl2 t. -
.t the girls In French invective but a meution (only of my catch but then .'It is duty: tol' said to Devoted X. .
gears had prlntefahalr'muks <(n :'I C.-UIEP/ knowing "almost, every; poql 1 my co< w ,..Uc
tbey onlydelighted In rousing her tern. the aide} of her face ulul 1 11016.. Tlielr.; I| ,tbe' brook, and judged lie was near . column article which the reporter de tell you to prcplr6r the woriT.Yanr One ,, of, :tbs' \ 1
mO'\lotewof
pet.Thus next revoIuUau would hero crux' lither I deep hole where dwelt a trout that bad voted to it01'11.. so pophleaJrlttelJ( wife will the night' Tb* dents of the
it happened that although they that It was widely cppled by the newspapers stricken man never said a word. His .
'tooled
skull. j. ane onto or twicq that sensoal''lo' found,Jn tLqpart"play.dby
;worked w 1th her for several monthsapJ The girls: led Doll: r/'wnr. ', The flxc-r: 'a I f make a long story short, that man and other publications like the fice'ttlrned the color of show lie I pap ermjjsnf Bptne-of the" &t.

toeU aurli, liberties yJth ber name, turnliiK back the wJi'i'els. Irlensod! (ftKieit 1 I Cslied for that trout a full half hour at Angler, and Forest end Stream. Right walked immediately Into another room I tailsrelated. 'Jar" b..nalt

'J2one.ot them <>:iitiit really to know her tress of the lipnwtlfi": : hair, Interval*., but gavo. ItlP, proceeded! here allow me to tell :you that Brother and blew bis brains out The wife "'pers, recal,the heroic fleyp'tton
Bbe woa"idl oUl'nln the mill; and when he tossed low nrd Marie.: WbICb"1 I,down ntrer.ra and was soon lost to.. Harris, of the Angler, questioned! the never knew. She passed beyond the ,mefl *eIi !
they had begun by milking sport of weigh: (. ot the fish, or the claim made shadows of death before sunrise th.pumdtlhe 1
, "Tbat belongs; to ;you he s.ilcl. .view. In turn I took up ,.. ,gun W : nextmorning. the .the;
.Iaer, the girl's own hot Kplrit forbade Marie 1011111'<1. Site; bad a liandfot: I I,be bind' fished over; picking up several for we by tile Sun, but 1 did not mind That," she said, "was the .forces of feJ4 newtjpapeib'.afflfes 1i

,making any overtures of friendliness, of Delft bilnftrr nil. $$4 *!tood.aI"e4 J flali on my..way to. thPacen tJan.t. then The flsb weighed eighteen most 'tragical as well as the most pathetic ,' holding,ftie'fort'; :until'driven
_No one knew where Peep Ilvod. Per.hapi I of the IJlb > pounds r.nd when I.tell tbe story event I ever
Then rite thought: of her looms Tliy; I rmnll'l defeat I got'nenenddgft'tb1Ee ir notlce" fiery ;
of Its capture, etc., etc., to-daylbat U bJI"potter.outie
If of the had _
some girls followed were all still. The tilling, 'lind WO\'Q pool Targo'fr6'utRunning "But life, !
tier at night, and seen the two rooms what It welshed; : never more or less.Keeping' I ly boarding house life, not all made 1..rwIU
out, and she bad not been there! himself in the shallow orate f aearch'-attnews.> ,
In tire poor tenement tbat sbe and ..bertoother change the shuttles m nd bti aw me, I nro quit* sure. 'I", everlastingly l at It brings up of gloom and misery. There areinnumerable of,.'tbejcnorers; :*>*rrh.merin
success! we are told. ',"i1I.! I have been
occupied, they would not lin\e Bile ran to ber work and begin ata In no hurry to try conclusions, so, scap t- each romances and one bap; nace was-Just'back.of ,them, :
resented quite so much ber tlreleia InCuatry. Ing up her Iowan. although her tuna ing myself in' the grass Some distance persevering enough In'iny efforts paned right under my roof. T ere most intolerable beat stifling

As It was, they were jealous raw and blopt'.luff, began now to..ptltbel' I from the brook; I baited my hook with four months! of every season but from 'a young minister who. ,with his alltjr. !.shoe, blistering on tro
of 000 odd flab taken dur- I tber.tet
Of this, niul of tire trilling little sum.Which fearfully.One . fresli worms winding the line lightly a score come was at one time among my heated : *'
ins the season of 189O.have! with just pae et.to" IUCI :
Peep earned each week In excess of the workmen took her gentlj!( on tlio'end'of my alder untlPoiiiy,n couple constant and The preacher; a very intellectual.and I tbat, many of them :
o; their own wages.&One by the wrUt of feet hung from tbe end of m T as application more pleasing man, was engaged to marry a I,waik'afterwdrrl: yet werl.bna
> hours/ only been able to produce a
evening there was excitement You me coining}I out -'to the doctors .pole. Even then I waited some fifteeninlnuti's of 11, In 1003.Seven young woman who was m school -teach. 'lf eplng tab of the buildings in'I< +'
the teiifiupnt. The mother who, Iron nt Once to have those hiuicli dregnffdjj before approaching: the broo> score I from er in a nearby city, while a young 'attacked by the flames..eta;,. ;
being listless had pole, bad at last hnmls and years ago fished a man who was a master mechlnUt In a }
., he .ald. "Never mind the looms.: SB llnally doing so on knee Whitehall boat since that time from a : 1A; graphic pictureIs; \
taken to her bed, was gone; and Marhw 'The girls crowded round Jn.PUJ.Ucftj: .imtll Within caeting'dletauee' when i ;. makea big factory was dead In love with the .American of'tbe'keenea: I't.'o Wi fy:;
gasoline: Possibly.lt may
half-hyaterical with tears ans d catty'! but she resisted all psrsnnafonfshe Jay.fljtol Jl"1Y,beJ1y jn the grass. Ah difference, but I think not. minister's sister. lie was much ha IN flee when the fiery '

r laughter was explaining it all to the! must stay with her ]loom.I.I'n overhand'cost, the bait strike tile cents I hare become so Infatuated with I pier tban his broter-ID'. law-to-be for dee force "worked at:,tbelr. .
! two other French families who.oecu- ofcttaf poOVIKjrskUed':: 'almost be, the brother-in-law could only see '
) iof the
at last the overseer told) her that sho fnjme sair water dulling that I do not think ) / flra'wlth th., '
."' pled tile house. She bad at last should lose nothing, ,ho consented to c11lijell,1tt V BicBBtcr trtutt % dextrous e I could ever return to tbe now posted I his sweetheart about once In two crackling until th.'telegraph'" } :
I t'J., earned enough money to send S" It mov jnt ombe boy nt tbo.. I.Ititd brooks "of Xcw England, ebk of tbe I I weeks, while the machinist\ visited his tbe'street opposite were''

pauvre mere" back: to Canada to an doctor discovered l turf tlAA'''std i .t t "-' le, an id the biggeet'trouta; I owper\ a permit to catch a two-ounce 1 t I, lady love seven evenings io each week the 'thermometer; the..room r
,where she would be comfortably caret ever took from that'stream Vrlth-; At last everything was .' : 'li
collar-bone, and told her It would be was and they stuck their
trout, or do L think tbe streams of Nova Iuntllthey to !.
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'i for.- lag on the bank before me. It ;jvra* I was in their confidence.
: lIe'eralt'ek.. before miD could return Scotia that held'mo captive for son I bad literally to be :
; "Ze citj, ze dirt, ze bnd air, It Is not 'to the mill thrilling moment In more wayrrlhaQne many sensons; would to-day Induce me house mistresses.she deiired"cel' out ty their chiefs. Even then '' ,
s for her, ze doctor says!" exclaImed and. 'I about the bappleeyoungstp t : erally are confided ,In l'
-Then Marie broke down and cryfns: vfaa to sire up the prospect- even of catchIng the paper and their duty to the .,/
Marie "lint now-now she will l get Imaginable... There'.2vnr e 1 lovers their shelter. OHO day the they still of for I
thought ;
f. bitterly, explained to the doctor end to n few largo weakfish' bass or blue- uDe ";
:well. I work-I send her ce moneyand those who bad accompanied ber why some twe'alty.o1! trout on that blrcb n.h. went to the little town wher cables were left )bebJnd.that tbs

'. "I keep'-ce- rooms, too, till abe return sbe was so anxious: to work. string,and with this beauty to top outmy . his heart was and was married in Jb e I holding,the types.might i be cl ..;.

f, Her mother was Just beginning to catch, the day's flsblng.. was over zits ...""b.. Candle. -- forenoon tie came bacleume rL&Qfl.'AngefcsiHerald?' (.
Tbe others, kindly, forme. ,with his and .
', fympntnetl c feel better. Now tbl're"oultl be no In every Catholic! church nil overTheworld bride" the aTternoonperformed -J' j.
;j, souls, who understood the sick French.woman's more money for her_ and eke; immt. Curious to know how my rival on the a "paschal" or Easter candle.s :, the marriage ceremony for 2 The Olilaci"Tre..a-1. : I
y, longing,cried out in admira brook" was getting on, I took a eroll.C1t bis sister and her young, '{They tUai-tlio
: come home, and maybe full sick again made of purest wlli; Is blessed on mn fit is said oldest tree
lion, and the men kissed Marie. to head him' off coming him 'all started on a that 1 i
and die.Tbat upon Holy Saturday the day before Ens tor! world Is a bo tree at Adnundhaputd'
After this the girl's Jubilant Indua.tr7becBmemoreannoywg.ihan..ev.er- just emerging from a clump of alders j evening as happy .a quartette as'ex
: evening the overseer: rime to by a deacon, who flr:i at its base Ceylon. which was planted"close-to* a a
'se*_Marle-nn t' to the other operatives. She went early by the French people. He told her thnt day; bet bl.--eyeIWeffl riveted" the fivo wounds of Jesus and tbe prej I.a4-UW9 Iete _al a. "oIlIl4ma n rcar.' 014.- "'Legend bar ", .
to her work, and cleaned and, olle the the string of flab I carried a volley of .I came to.my house from Canadan I
company outtr' pay her tbe full clots apices! wherewith Ho Wsnobt.- sprasg.from n-i. v
.the great machines before the "speedcame questions assailing me to where I tinned tbe old 'lady. "He represent tat ln ,-, '
wages all the time she was III. On the as ed In tbe tomb. severed'Itself" by1 mlracloU ,| ',;
on; and as sho brought be day Marie returned to work one of the caught them and particularly the. big. From EII.t..rJItJJ TVliltsunday the himself .a student of divinity and power [ thaf' sacred tray under ; .' .
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N' 'lunch of bread and Imoked-llerrlngs girls presented her on the behalf of one at the top of my string. paschal candle! burns on the t;(ogiel brought with blm two or'three letters which)Gautamft'-becanie,.Buddha, 'th: ,
,f A' (with her she worked most of the rtoo Boyllke, to, bis seeming chagrin. I of recommendation, w.blcb.'he 1 ,
aU, with| a little gold bracelet. On the side of flue altar rturlntr mama and i I 114 enlightened. one; )
, hour, with this thoughtless girls cry inside was Inncrlbed, "To our.friend' related what I saw blm try to-do nnd vespers AS n symbol that Christ use j i were from preachers In his' 10caUt; I. .' I. :. t
/ fag the Jeering name at her.w what I had accomplished. I|'i was a very handsome rinrky .,.."... .. 7I .
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)[arle. The cry "Peep. Peepr was light of the world, has risen from the atl.to .FAIt '. *? ;
' IAt them call her "Peep! Peep:" She never' again heard In the ra111.Youth's .r>- My story being told tbe fish was puton grave. : aatc looking man, and'as bl. (. T'e:editors ana reporters"of tlBa\ .1.}.1Uoiore

"pronld watcb per looms' CompaQ Ion. the smallest scales I bad ever seen Anciently tie torch was a huge af '' appeared good ,he.-was I properly,. 'pun;are said to Live, atuei't to
''And"watcb. them sbedid, No oue '*' ,, i i- i I at that time, produced' by my chance fair. One used at Canterbury.: Eng- .welcomed.IIe, was ? courteous ;and their desks .until 'lncopy p, '1

,- .--ever" saw Peep. with a loom stopped 'Throoib.tbe8ocr.1nlD03'ftsll{ ed--acquaintance....fromone.ot;: tbe..Domet.OtIS Jnnd....lnaKSJ,;welghed three hundred J' quiet and soon ''bad' the' respected tinder their;noses *nio.7d8pd, eh ,, ;
.. 'for one or two hours' while asp picked 85.000,000 tons of freight tbtee- 'pockets' of' a queer, coat, and pounds Another, at-Norwich-;:wasso"I' everyman- and' ,the ,.dmiratol( ,,of And there Isn't the #ll. utr.t} P"I. '

,- '14 cut* and mended, some; dreadful 'tangle. ;l. |.as much as--was.carrled- pu. ,the tlme'l touched. the fourteen ouncenotcta.: ., '" high that ltrwas lighted by means of' every woman In tbe IDQc. only 'J.QT"" abontTB*'' e, ,"l

;11'';. broken, thread. ci"al::; v J J.#' I ,)Be;It to .the, }man'*, U' 4lt'ere"wae an. "orlflce'Is,,tbe' roof, of the t choir, I.thing ta appeared Quer..that tot Sun,.eJ ir. a 'I. : ot

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Pros UI. .:. Doffidal Returns From all Except'
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1 i'oTbe: beah1 of the people In ibl 1ocalltjr . ., . . Professional; Car s.e. r SUNNY SOUTH LIVERY STABLE

t' to verse good; being the land VTIMH
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( ,to of have peace. rood and bleotir.healiVand w e are good suppose peopt r r- .. '::_ I $ oJ .a.jj; ." '-., """"" ...,."""' i BASS. MANAeM" ;,

Mr. neary Fertio and' i "oJ e ,
sons are ti
bus r1w>ui>. bulldine and rait .spltuln were CNDDAF ; ,.' I 1 i ,r r II! .::5 : .J '. F. TOaaAaOaIa. .kSrr.i. .. .... :' Broadway Opposite' Post.ffecc,., j "

( ,at their plantation near Al ... ,' ." /; OIl m : : :s Mr, John Willis bass "very fine .', t .a/J; .III -I! m 1 H 1 2. : 2 :z:1ss1 ..,.,....-ee. grida.. .'
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i prospect fur a rood corn!crop' -hi. : _? a I rD ::;1 Ij; : .Z ::a" R..I4uc.'PlLS.. 33. .
__ I .Oetie.'PMa. 133 :: 1. ,
being la slllc and 1.1..1e.
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1, c .has Keptrts purchaloAd say. Mfr the/ poiils dace of McLaughlin hid broth ..U... S.WIIklnsouCall.3 Senator ... .. 1. 1 . :.1 . . . .. ...: . . . : K-IottUUIKK. VI.A.p . 5 Now open for'busTaesa, with a full equipment -of new Bug1 ., i

or, EL In 010\( "' W..8.Jeooln ...{'.. . . 67 :"b -6 bt 3. . ._... . . .... . . . A. VANS AGNEVT, "Carriages and Surrey Stylish (yet safe) Horses .and ,
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that h will soon tstce hi mself John N. C. Stockton..27 '4 12..U 4. 1. . 2. . . . :. . files;
onto a will be pleasure to
9 wife. Hurrah for Louies .J.uJ t'eP. TaUaferro.lll1: '' f0 '16 17 12 22 .. . 8 . . . . . . ATTORNEY AT LAW,...... I -' *" vers. Your patronage! solicited. It cur ;
t- -The Klrli don't U ireallie that COI ressi; Sooond DIaL I 1 our patrons. Give us a call. .>. Dri-j Ii -,
U>U U leap seem Th time> : for acilonU ... E.AlexaD. . . .. . 13 . . 2. .. .11\ . . . . . ... . . . . AND. NOTAHT PUBLIC | .j. ,
paccUig year.rapidly girls; batten Jd.-Bur... . .. . .. . 48 .a 8 3 13' b S . . . . .. . . )$ LSSIXk.E:FLA.DIt. .. :phone: :3LO2.MAYNARD. ,at
very ; i Frank Clark. .. .. ,.. . . 82 10 17 12 ,11 21 . . . . . .-. ;- -. '
talk II 1 : .... ......
Wake up. boys. Better begin to '. .Charles D.ou.rbl.'rtl. . . . J. .. . ... .1. . 2 . . ... .. . :............................../ .. f4 Ai .

recotmuiter'Amog up the air daughters W. P. W"won. . . 51. 4 10 2 . . 2. . 1. ....... . . J. W. SIMPSON .
Mother. follow in Col.Lou- Pre.ldeo"t.lal) i leu rs.w . .. ,
Eve and
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k It' foOLsleos.t" P. Halley . . . . . . r.t 5' 4 3 6 3 . . 4 DENTliT.!; i :1OMiU; : : M nI C
f . Mr. atreety A. Hair, Jr.. has purchased '1'. ''A. JenniIlZ.. . . . . . 64 7. IS 3 9 I pJ. ...... /b) :-: : : : : : I om ,.- over Oect-ola PhlirIURl'Y.. }
it the 'Mr. C. n. Koonce . . . .a4 6 10 3 tI '3 . . 4 . .
by -
t Nbnh Yates,place.occupied.who contemplates( ttft- A. n. Newton. '(' . . . 58 6 6 3 1):1:: . 4 : : : : : : :. OFFICE HUVRSS. 1 l 9 *. ". to 12 m. [ h:
;; thus' In the neighborhood of Al er.Jr. _. It' II 81ou..mllo. I M 6 IS 4 6 ::I. . .4 . . . . . r lJU.w iJ'P. m. LUMBER Co. I
RobertiVI1l1.. was. ID Oloey a Memher National Com. . Telephone N<>. 74 Jon &, lyr.
few dBTsajro' Jefferson H. IJrowl1e. . :w 2 6 2 2 1. . 1 .. . . . .
i. M Mrs D. L., L. A. and, It. 'E. MeIauKbliD Cromwell (;,1bJxm.. . . .20 1.-. . . . I 1 'j 1 . . : : . DR. A. B., STEVENS. .
left a few days aaofor cow FrankV.. l'upe . . . 19 2 6 1 I b 2 ..... i 1 . . . . : : Saw and Planing Mills
drive. Delegates National COli. .1 .. ..D..W1's'1'! ....

Reports. ., ttfatMr. E. L. McLiujrh-' 1'. J. Appleyal'd. . . . .66 6 5 b 4 . . . . . . .. .
r, tin has bought out Mr. T. G. Hair, J.uh1! S. Beard . . . 52 5 11 2 3 2. . . . Gas Adminiritcred. r- NOW in <>]H ratlon. ('oOllllpw H(<\JIM.- Mill"* vurnlnhecu"
lock:, stock and barrel., T. F.. Br.ao. . . . . 48 1 10 . . 2 3.. .l3 . . Office Hour. : j 8.311 A. .?rS- wad Yellow"pad l'itoM\ I'jne/ Timber and Lumber of all Kinds. 7 7ORZOE
Politic are BQ numerous in this section W. J. Bran. . . . 80 :3: 10 4 4 .6. 1.30; o _ i
that you can smell and see ahem C. A. .Car..on.. . . . . . (16( :3: 10 I 9 4 I. : : : : : : : : : : ORLANDO: FLORIDA S, F'ILI.jEI PROI2hZ'I: +-r.
: la the air. VAT w.3. Hillman. . . . . .fl2 7 7 6 5.j 1 . .1 3 ', i
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Claude T.'''malA _. . . 58 7 I IS 5 2. 4Del. . . . M* LUMBER Co ..
" WILLSON J YNARD .
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A Sure Thing Nat, Co,-id: c-on I I I i TV 4.iV1111i111111111111111111111111111111111

i. It U said that nothing is lure -eioept 'I'. H. A uder on, . . 24 1 2 I 1 2 1. . 1./. . . S NoTAJiy al 1z-ri a ::1a:! n .
't ,, death and taxes, but that. is notaltogether n. N. UIII.'hf'lor. . :. 42 ::I 3 2 2 1. 3. . . . LARGE. __' !
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truo. Dr. Kloc's New DlsoOTery J. Jo: T. lowdf'n :JO) Ii 1 1 .
.' Consumption is'&sure ciire D.I... Hauldl'll. . . vi 5 I! 7 j 6 5 3. . 4Governor. Real Estate, Agent t t "I11111111111i11111111111111T' " ' t iTUT1, t

for all Igjpg- and throat troubles. Thou .' I KISSIMMEE. FLORIDA. a
studs can frtlfy' fo that. Mrs. C. H.a Napol..onB.Droward..38 1 8 w 6 ,. . . .". NORTH. KI8SIMMEE. PHONE N. 81; .
Van. Metre ot Bbepherdtown, \V. Va., C. M. nr'n. 23 J 12 3 4 8. . . :::
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hlhat1 a. severe case of lironchiUs Hobt. W. &\ . . . .. II : J 3 2 II .5 C. W. GRIFFIN 3. r'
ays I DR. J. H. POWELL
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and for a year tried everything D H. MaJ.a. . ? 1 2 ,, I 5 I 2 '
j f I beard of, but j'ono relief. One bot- Seer tart' of SI ate. I I HcwcUlUtt =: :::
."tl of Dr. King's New' Discover then .j .....: !E. ':!.UHme. . . . .I 42 1 4 I' I Ii 3 1H "" > !* 1 O :
cured abti..iluu ly.," It'u", Infallible for Clay Cra..ford. . . .157 6' 7 b 4 3 4 'I' .
'Croup, wboopiuff cough, trip, |>ueu- B. F. Kirk . . . . . ..14 I'j:' 3 . .I .a I . Eye, Ear, Nose, Throat and I fancy family firoceries,1 : f
'moo lit and cvrmumpiiou. Try It. It's Attorney G..nt'rR Chest.FITZGERALD. i

guaranteed: by the. Onceola Pharmacy William IL Ellis.. . .I 50. I 8 I 5/J : .. .. ., 1f . ,
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? Trial bottles free. lifg. sizes We, tl. A. k t. Clair-Abram 7 I . GA.
--- Comptroller.
.A btartliag Teat. .' A. C. ('r om. . . I 69 8 13 4 8 I .a . 5 FRESBDI.IEA'I'S.: :; "
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-To save a life, Dr. T. G. Merritt, j I I'
IKo. ) ., made a startling Wm. V.. Knott.. . . . 81 3 \\I 4 5 I 3 . 5 ...... .

r 1 Be writes test lreauit, a) ogptnPa patient wonderful wan attacked. cure. State Wm Supt 11.Pub.Holloway.lnst. . I 168' Jl 11 I ",' 16 :I 17 I.!I 2 .. I J. W. THOMPSON, Delivery every lay, at any hour;; patronuye solicited. !:'. i

.with violent hemorrhages, caused by Wm. N. Sheets. . ..83 512 5 2 : 5' . 4Corn. iUU1UUUUUUUUUUUU1UUHU1UHllUU1UUU1UUU1UUU1L j d
ulceration of the stomach. I had, often of Ag-ricuhllre. I t I Funeral Director and Em- ,
3 found Electric Bitters. excellent for B. E. lcLIII. f l5 4 8'' 4 '9 M) 5Rsllroad I .. ':'
Commissioner. I == r
acute stomach troubles so 1 prescribedthem. I
The patient gained froirt the John L. 1010rlo&n. I 53 I I 12 3 8 7 '': ') ....... balmer, 't\ I
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first and has Dot had an attack in 14 Adjutant 1 Gt"neral. I !,
aontns." Eltcurlo' Bitters are positlrely J. ('llfTord It. Fo'Ler. . ., 211 ,! I 41 I 3 4 : 2 I 4 2Clsslrxxri3.ee. Fla.. -

+ .'' guaranteed for dyspepsia, indlirestlon 1- Allen Thomas. . ,101, a IS Ii 10 10 I. . J I R. T. BUTLER '
E. i
r .N State Chemist i. '
cocstlpatioli and kidney trouble I
H. K Bone.- . . .i 26 I 8 I 18 ,,11 10 8. 5 . - -- --
*. Try them. Only 50c at Osceola I ssasr s ae s ssas........... to
Pharmacy. Justice S'uIreme Court 6 yr. I : .. A

4 Justices H. o'eo..lc.k Supreme Taylor.Court. . 53 2 I I 4 :I 1 .a 4 . . Ii I I. . . i T. M. MU PHY SJ G ALES WINES BRAND.lES 1 *

,1 .f&.l fUtfi! 0 Robert S. Coclrrell. . . . 35 1 I 3 . . 3 1. . J JA. 6
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J. Reon. . 44 6 I 2 7 J. 2 : ...... Justice of WHISFIES I I nr y..c.ra "' <
the Peace. Nota-
: h'The Glen'I ThOR. M. Sba<'ke1ford..I.) 4S 4 1 5 1 6 4'i . 4 : $ i1 ....0 _..:!" f'L

J. H. Whitfield. . . . . .' 58 1 21" : 3 10 7. . 4 I i ry Public State at Large g
Judge! of the 7tb Circuit. :I' E E
I a first-class ft Minor S. JOOt'I. . . . . .'17 7 25 11.1 WL 18 . 5. I : $ CIGARS AND .TOBACCOS
/ Office !1. Vas DaxorButldlst.y .
State
Attorney 7tb Clrcui. '
Cecil G. butt..1 74 5 1 I 4 12 15 . ;z i
I Plan Hotel i
European t John C.-Jones. -- '1150 y 42': : u 17 2tl . 7 KISSIMMEE. FLORIDA J

Members Slate I1suscomp I I I I. retie..+..............leH,... Anheuser-Busch Beer
i1 I/- : J.V.. Adam.. . . .I27.J 2 I 5 I 2 6 1. . I . . . .'. ---- A AT
\Vsrren E. Ddf'rlOD. 29 J' 3 I 2 .1 2 1 1 .i4N*..#*.****Mt***********
J. S. ISTRflTTON Pro. ON
George L. Bahl I 2 1 ; 1 3 1. . 3 .: :.: DRAUGHT AND BOTTLED L

asams N. A: BIILeh..I Zvi 2 I I 4 '. . 2 1 2. . i PARK HOTEL

i i ,1... C. Blount, Jr. . 20 2 I 2 1 2 2. . r; . . . . | o Can only be found in Kissimmee 0
Have fitted up the room John M. DryaD. . . . 32 3 (6 1 2 2./.1. . . on Broadway
recently vacated by the City C. D. C1oulrh. . . . . 35 R I 4 2 1 1. . 3. .". . . . . : J. M. GARDNERPROPRIETOR.; 3 Street at the BRICK BAR BUILDINO.

C. O. COdl'lnjl1.Oo. . . . 22 2 2. . 1 1 1 . . . . y o 0
\ Bakery and the rooms above ;I.1 E. A. Crawford. . . . . 211 i /b . . 1 2 1 . . . . _.. i :
*'. k i with the best equipment) to be !. Herbert; ; Dodd . .. . 23 \ 3 1 1 1 . . 1 .. . . .. . Rates $1 Per .Day | N N '
. .. . J 2 2 'R. 'T.
W. W. Farm.I'' 111 .2 3 . ... : BU-TLE.R
had.and am now prepared to i D. U. Fletcber..35 14 .:..I: 1 1 z.. . .... ... .. Special arrangement by J

cater to. ha wants of the pub- I U..B. Garoet.&..........'.. 20: .+.. .1 .'i2 Y1; ,1... 2 i\ ,4 .e ... ...... . = the m 0 nth. Comfortable ?
"" O. P. Healey. . . . ... . 14 .. 3 1 . 1 4 . ... . .. ,: 2 room and table furnished wth 2
lic.. Table unexcelled; large, Jeff. A. Hend1ey. . . . . 9 1 Z. . . . 2 . . . . ... :
:airy and comfortable. Francis. BeDdl'7. . 11 . .. 1. . . . . . a . . . : the best the market affordsW.LVanDuzor&Co. ;
1I ; rooms &(I . . 1', .. . ..1 . . :
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\ ) m Hockey 18 4 3. . . :
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_ beds: Rates reasonable for i Long. . . . . . . 18 I L . 1 1 ,. . 4 . . . .
4 1 Single Meals Board the H. B. MCCre.r,.. . . . . 8 I 1 1 ... .t 3"_... . . . oooooOooOoooooooOOooo I
by i Gay I. MeteaJf. . . . . .. 15 . . 4 1 . 1 . . 2. . . . .. .
+ Day or longer. % \ H. !oJ lltool.r.. . . . 12 .. .. 3.. . . 1 . 3. :. . . . . High Grade
.A H.: S. ,Pbl/Jlpa./ . . . .. . 17 . . 6 3. 1 ...... 1. . . . . . << Whiskey
e.,__fliL<> >>J'I ;!JIftet .
. . 1 4 . 2
John Q. Sm1Lh. i." 9 1 t. 4J. . .
N. Whlt.oer. . . ., .. .25 ::2 T Z '3 3. . 4 . . . -- ---
For State ConvenUoo. 24 3 Z 3 IV 2. . . . . I
AKa.IDat State CoDYelltloo 30 2 6 1 V 7. . 5. . . . . B R O KERB
d SLate Seoator. THE CAFE

Brauoo Beaeham. . . . 94 7 It 14 19 34 4. . . . . .
Loulti C. 1lfs.fiey. . . 77 115 7 8 T 6 . .. 1 . . . :. . REAL ESTATE
For ,
Iley're.entatiye.We... Slanford. . . .. . 107 7 11 2Z 13 13 . . 3 ... . . . .. . AND INSURANCE Near Passenger Depot. Kissimmee

J.' W. Watsom..219 21 Uf 42 26 52 . . 7. . . . . .. Hotel and the Graves House. . ..i1l..
County Judge. I
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W. R. Joh latoo. . . . 152 9 l'l 21 18 30 . . 5 ... . . . . "

: , For, Sheriff.J.. M.W.lker.'. . .. . . . 85 7 11 19 4 22 . . 5. . . . . . --A. H. BHARDKNV Proprietor. :J JI
Clerk: Circuit. Court.. W. R. Wheeler ;

E; D. Hogan........ . . . 113 .11 13 28 13 19 ...... b . . . . .. I;
E. L. Le.ley. . . . . . 216 20'M33" 30 43 . . 4 . . . . . . CONTRACTOR :
Alle.lor of Ta.xea. now have the f
largest( stock of Wine.Vhi.kiea >
,' Jrl. J. P. HIlKbey . . . . 118 I 9 18 29 30 18 . . b . . . ; . AND BUILDER. and Beers handlt.J in ;
4 J. L. Ove..ree' . . . . 207 22 43 28 21 U . . 2. . . . . . .I\'er Kissimftiee. .All ;
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s..L. S. ADAMS. Tax Collecwr. Kissimmee, Florida. grades at prices to suit the times. 'tii.TV'C ,
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t fit.le..5... rCar4uI -.. H. N. Dr.tIooD. . . . . 96 7 13 It J6 141" ZV4' : : . . . .".-. Modern. Collonial and Artistic *.;;i"ti
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..".. ., 1.. .Ildssd s akMg D. Maklmeo.l94 17 44 U 25 . . 9. . . . . . Dwellings a specialty. ,.
U itndMVM w.a 1Ima..rfcrt4.... Count) Bllperlnteodoot. '

years wale W--|UMSS sad .*. W. H. BLowo. . . . . 123 12 17 21 8 9. . $ ... . . .. SATISFACTION' GUARANTEED :: + 'rR.A.DE: A SPECJ: : T 'J'T:
Fyd i4 paw s4 h.YYt. tried s a '.nl d.d.e..d' rts *4ls"y County Treasurer. '
rtth s.-. ..sr MM .f Ordal !. R. Gilbert.., Sr. . :. . 182 14 18 21 It 22. . $ ... . .. . . ANY .. )
wa tlN ..,, 1Na. which: h ip 4 ",. Co! Com. DI.\ No. 1.R ,

v i: ssdsrwed. _. It..c-4 N T. Butler. . . . . . .177 It 49 29 16 35 . . 4 . .. ... . .' _ -- --' :tI:
,Into sip (as wuk part*, rlnaSOwtr n. C. Pardo . . . 120 11 12 25 17 20 . . 4. .. .. . . . 1
4M Y'1 .. o.rNd Irftlu&.rl.yI Co. CvD: Dfst No. 2.C Atlantic Coast

_ I S. Acree. . . . . . . 73 1 38 13 . . 5. . 3.. ._ . .. . Line Railway (?!
s By"tired women" Mrs. Adsm.oceans .' W. W. Ire' . . . . . . 150 28 It 30 31 to . . 6. . .. . . d + company.
who hay.
nervous women .
Co. Com. Dirt No. 3. mw
t' r' disordered'men***, falling at tie Wm. Gobi. . . : . . 91 11 14 25 6 b . . 7 . .. . . . . TIME TABLE IN EFFECT JAN. LOTH, 1904.

off, H. 8. Partin. . . . . . 132 10 20 '31 23 to' . . . . .. ._ . . . . I DEPARTURES FROM KISSIMMEB., f|
Co. Cot DiaL. No. 4. .
For
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Orlando
Yon can COM yourself at home with W.H.S..ge. . . . . 3 10. . Sanford Jsek.obvltl.. Wareroel,
4' 31322 6. . . . . omuYIII..IJ."anoab .
_rF : :of this dardoI7 great -Win.. .of remedy.' Cardnl Win has CO. J Coto._F. _DI.L.W.llllam..I48 No. 6. 1. to 31 15 51 . . 3 .,.. . . . . IIIIA No. 32, 11.42 P. M. BWWSsESEHinford: ; : : ; ; ?' .r

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)cured thottMAda"o cases which A. 8. . . .. .. 12 17 18 31 . . r
;, doctors hare failed to bene!&. Why School Campbell. .. UO 20. 8.. .. . . "or Orlando ,
Board
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st !'W 'not begin hare to get$lJ09 well bottles today: ,for All O. E. lo"raDkl1o. . . . . 11 14 16 15 21 . . 3. . . .. . I No. 40 12.18 P. M. TholD..vlIl.Nuhvlle. Atlact.".,., V"IdOtl&a.wgeao.rmlaausur .

,, dragffists sTotmach. liiner.or bowel d.WordAlfTJa.dford" ..Tooat.han Strickland. . . lib_ It 39 11--f 2J.TArTmmblln i :..: 6 .. u . . '," JS".. SsS SS&.K'.Snd
any \ : . . :. . . 62 6 16 25 16 M . .. 2. . . . . . .b. "-

y r J qecJ. Back.DrauahrehoaIcIlIe Justice M. D.of the TlDdan Peace., .No.. .1. .. .. 72 10 12 11 17 A' . . IS. ._ . .. . \ YOUR, ORDER FOR GROCERr Nw mnnd York W.ahloaten. .....Ioa .. Baltimore.11 witro, 1'hlla1.lpbl.polnU. 'p(,

r "'- :.J.b. L.A. Mlnz 19 .. .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . r No.. 21.. 3.59 A M Tar and Lak.lal.od all Plant C/tr/ Tamps'Psala 0- 1'1'da
tar.o. SupervisormfUeglrtratio<< : I InWrm.dlat &alloa. -

... So-: '.,." ''J, W.'IbomPlOo..L.-.l00 5 12 Z'7 9. 6 . . 4 . . ... . i will receive prompt attention,jf left No. 39 Tor '\
Lakeland
1 iDr. wbiddeo. . .. . ..151 1Z 35 13 19 45' . 3 . . . ... . with us. And what we deliver will 4.29 P M d. and ul, Iakrm.m.N. PI.au'u".t&IIOL"Tampa, t'1IlIt&.'nor_ ,:'
Member State Commlu.ee.. be found of surpassing good qaali-

WINEOFCARDWM1 J. A. Laoca.te..134J'. 12 Z3 12 12 23 .... 2. :. . . .. . ty; right up to the top notch of No. 35, 7.5O. P M For . PlaaL City sad TIUD".I1A4"'Port' ;-
D. C. Lee . . . . ... perfection Tampa :
: 66 31116. . b . . 4.. . . . . . ; fresh and wholesome. If Tnl.... 12 a.." "'earry Pullm.o' '
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OOUNTY EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. you doubt about our prices, the following m.ch..thrvuaYlromJaokwaytll.toWuhlnat York.Tr1u. er,.,.bel.eea l'lal...Pori 0,,",Tampa",Iw..a an4 J.rw." 1'.andNew'lt1' =Any'. .,..,;('
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Precinct No. L- Bearc T W Ellis 105 T items will five an idea viii.. Pnala Jerda Jacksonville .Parlor. .t, can and eleepen bel..." Tampa ibd !'
'. IIAIHUBI 8 II. L S. '" AJB e\1l1; ; M Murphy, toe; S you ......1. Yla Mnn+tom.r,.. a" aad N.w York J.ekaon.
L PartJn. 100; Oeorc F Parker, OO LTlo Tbbmason 92. Prectoos! Nori._ of the moderate charges prevailing 'I raiD K" au c..rle. "allm. ; too JackparWe. sad. 61.; ;
Parlor
As.barw.-: ..sY.w.rawr Geom OTerstr***, 17. Prectnct !woo ST:=J L St.r1ckJaod,30. Precinct No. 4.- '- P.:! o. steams rail fro. rovt o.n hetw.e0 laCUolym. asd Port'tlUDl't'o.! ilk"' f,:
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>>.t N. a.aw: w:.ct' w. .1 n Capea; 25; Ed.Whaley l ,80. Precinct No. 6.-W A Eubanks 25; John'' e"",-.: Tb u..r..ul.16 p. m. Tampa b K.r,Wpt..and HaYIIDa 'uDI1&7" Teeadtys. sad . t
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