Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: February 9, 1906
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00215
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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Oa..ol, .r.-ParoYu., :.. 2O.1'90S. Kisslmmee City,' Fla.; Febjary 9th, IOO6., yoi.jxto.5r' \.

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Result of Local ", ,
; John i.
Peeler, :

i Option. : Jl ctlon. Seriously Cut',COUNTY, COMMISSIONERS. ,

Majority for the ory. a Llttli Full Report of'the Meeting SPRING GOODS ARRIVING. F Ffe
By Two Nearoea at Pal. Regular ..
Over 3 to' |.,, .
Beach Held Feb.; 5th. 1906.KlsVlmmee :,
The vote! In the local-option election ,

held: In, tbis'county on Feb lit war Because he rebl .traon fed with 'them City, Fla., Feb. 6, 1906,' Stock.

canvassed by; the ootnmlssloaer at for using( profane language In the The Board of County Commissioner ,Largest f .

: their meeting last -Monday, and the presence of ladle., two. drunken Dee convened at 10 a m., there being prevent .

returnee showed a victory for tbe dry froe[ *,attacked John A. Peeler, well- 11. .1:. Butler
aide of 240 Vote to 115 wet a chairman; W. W, Latest St'les'Lowest
Following I II the vole by precinct: mown and popular:young' man. of this lve ;"'H. 8. Partin; J. F, William. { .
W" Dr Monday evening as he was le.Ting .- and J, H. Walker Commtsssonersj,

K ..Immee. .. ... .!! the ferryboat on the East Side and and W. It. Johnston, deputy clerk. '
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Shingle: Cl't'ek..1.3.. . :,, . ..... .14 seriously arms with cut. him about the face and The minute of the ... regular ,Prices 4

Campt.pll, .o..7.. '," .t..14" ;.u Peeler 1. large knife. While Mr. meeting were read and approved, also. '

Peghorn. . ..9.,< .;.,, :.,. hurt. he 1*not in considered dauirorouslr a telegram froin P. A.> Van Alta w.
. pretty bad shape, and county attorney.- announcing that. be CONSISTENT"WITH FRESH HONEST ,GOODS..
whfcfr- v rx,,,,..H. .*,, one wound In his face will .
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..... . .3.. .. badly via-un&.oldabl'deLaIDed In Arcadiaand
;;? ? ,. ?, .i. .11 flwiire him
for life. Tbe wound i could be ...:........:..
,nas.loger. . .,' .O... .,.,.t< -, .. ...11 ugly one ao not with them today.which ., .' ;
starling over bit ,
right eye. was received ar information.After -" .' '
ar000ee. '.,,,-,4.t.'.i.,,.' t' splitting hi. nose and lips *entirely which the board .took a. recess _. .-"' .- ,....

1'01.1.. .. . .J24QMinstrel ;? open and completely severing one of until IJo: p. m. \ macuicT HO. *. r ;
Of. .llg.. ...:. the mall\ bones. on the left of his no... The board reconvened t ,30 p. m.. lnc reelrd._... ...>...... 4 roUwOftcaluat 3i1111T111111I111n11TUTT1T' iiimTrm" 111m 11111 mmmt"mtnn r:
Mr. Seward! another young white man all re.n'." Milling received.....?...,....... 4 voles. :l .

Coming Under( Canvas. I was also quite >palnfullyout: 1u going The following btH*- ere,,examlDed R. T. BUTLER, Chairman.W. .FOR I, '
to Mr. Peeler'* relief. ,The two negroes and ordered paid:, W., Ivey, Hr 8. Partln. F. Wil =="
A. O. Allen'. Big Original New recently arrived here from 'the R1' ; liams. J. til. Walker, Commissioner.
Buller. 1 00
Orleans Minstrel with all avalancheof north and were very. overbearing' Wall WW .|...,.. eouut7eommlrloner..n.a.1. 4 mil... .' 11 oo [SEAL] ALlAlit. E.JX Lesley, Clerk. : Dry: 'Goods Clothing | 1" :"
brilliant, hew attraction under his of the passengers on the ferry. HS .rUa. ," At.. ..., ii 00 Whereupon the sheriff declared :the ,
..' mammoth new canvas theatre chant Late Monday evening Deputy Sheriff IH Walker, ,f' M it 00 00 result of the election ID front; of tbe
moral acid refloed In tone, unparafled Martin arreiiied one of the uegroei, Kb le.1.'.clerk anti au6/urrr..c..,_.-.,.j rM 00 Courthouse door. i- i :
In daring exploit and thrilling "feature -I and still later the second one wa !II""M.X* '''S Agnew. oouuijr """r...)....,........,,,8 20* 00 M A committee from -tb Law and 'Or.t wiA; Tit Shoes Ladies. and ;Gents Furl$ IDgS'fGO

ever presented by any show.' Tbe taken Into cuitodjr. At the city jail JM Walter.inalbru..c., ;..,,..; M: 60 der League, consisting, Hons. C. A'I i! .
funniest comedian*,,the mot launba- one of the negroes attacked: the officer Vallur OMU prtecb.g cAntrict,......,., IV 4UK Carson, E. U Lenlev, aDd H. C. Stanford w- -
ble pantomimes, the mom adroit and and attempted to kill him. In defenseof l-a Tel.u.Co, rent Phone.t' ,..,. t M appeared and requested tbe ,. TO ,
Kleclrm .... .
LI.h"'O fur . -
light jell a 7S '
graceful pastime* presented by and hi. life the officer shot the negro W t C.m.fcell. .ut poor '.rla. :.'.......... Bft 40 I board to offer a landing reward of .
acknowledged leadlnirjyriored J perfor through the .abdomen from the effect M C'Mi.vr r.p.lra bud m.oblne.....'" It 16 Information which lead to the I w ;(,
mere known to the m o.t.relworld. Ow- of which the negro died the 'following W&C HAWK On Dro.Co. 7 Lu... lenlllKr. lit.eleotloc ere 176. 75 crest/ of any person convicted of selling ' '

- inf hlLl&rlt., nlLC.pM d lay. A Coroner loQuent completey and warrant Co. he.twiluu...... \.no, ,,:... "Ill :MIC liquor Illegally in Osoeola county; KANNER &CO. I
hi. tent tbe price of admission I I. ] .ILd1C fed oWoer-Matto th4acU ; H
placed at 25 and 33 cent, here Feb.15. The other .who, 1t.1.I said KT ton..lulU-r, work,KM llw fHXJ'b Jam,. ""'.:.,;,. IIV orV M by. H. t:}. Parttn, wa unantmously i =-= .

did the cutting', 1* still In 'jail and wuIbe .llrjr ., priotlnt y-DRtI..I..lloO.| M 00AF passed t I ICeo.
dealt with according to law a* soon Bell kiipt p.T mil nod January;.... IrDI 60 i W. Bas appeared' before this] Loaders In,, :Low Prices andheadquarters =- ,
Fair Suggestions Again. a* the extent of Mr. Feeler' Injuries WB ". ..>uO V aafpllw mad. .,JIll and Informed the board that be Intended In '. =j
DEAR OLD DAP:-I take my eat can: be de..rmlaed-P.lm' Beach. our Valley O.inU., prlnUag Stricken llat and Er ; ;
'. buildinga wharf and ware- )
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and *ll down to Inform you that I'm ,_.. Floyd: mer, nupplln poor farm,. ... M ,houe at his landing on the. east aide = SPECIAL SA.utS ;.
sick, and hope these few line will find I IIC Hlanfurd.' bla kris jail, eU>... MmKr Lake the : I'mGl _.' j
A > D."... work on jail. ... ...... .. 2 76 pf Tohbpekajlga* near poor ,
Card From -
the Mr. Van Dnzor. "
you enjoying came blessings. 1 l>avl knowed ii w** your writing a* soon i To tbiTaxpayer E; Eitiili. road work.. .' .:,. .,.. a (4 they share the expense of building, y! e Saturday Monday.mmmumuaumimmmummaumuum ..
and Citizen of O-
a* I saw the way you flung the Ink, Hogan & fluid,red MM not u. > exceed a total coat to the county etamtntw .
add a* ;i ou ask for suggestions about ceola County: JR 4'epe. lumbar bddgr.,. H 27 275 Mr. McCool to the
.. of give
I J M alkvr. deputy therKTi elerUon 11 :85 1 iiuuiiiiu ;
the fair, r hasten to offer few about There be considerable inquiry Iii Tbnrnaa, foinman road work. 113 M oountT a written agreement, giving' luuit
I thing in general. and the Tampa Fair .s to the expenditure at the JR U llwrt. >r. com-nlwilon co tre-turer.. 6297FlabtaLeKel.umaur7,10rea14CKy.u. them the perpetual right of, way and o c. "J

'In particular, but before beginning, i Stale Fair. I- have ezoected. my accounts WK Johniton 01....,...., It 1112 60 use of the wharf and warehouse. said tr

will' say I am not doing this Just to to be examined and audited by JM.Walker, *. ..*.?.....,. 10 M'JM '' agreement be approved by tb. hoard GO TO
Ret In um,.. Am not a candidate. for i the Board of Count Commissionersand talker. .... .". . 1SSWRJolin 36 before they become la any way re- THE. '
anything and only one offloejl'd have I will have same done a* soon as .lon. ..... 08 sponsible. On motion of w. W. Ivey I "
IM Waki-r, .... 9 10
-Fair' Commissioner, and as I '.10 a fHlIlble--durlnll tbe- month'eb.'u JM Walker feed prisoner. ............,. e 40 seconded b'y J. F. William, the lame. LIVERY FEED: and 'SALESTABIEfkJ.
democrat I know I can't 1IW6. KISSIHMEE
, get that. So ary R. T. Butler presented voucher. tor.171.6T" wa agreed to. ,
iLl only through a fertile brain'and a personally guarantee the payment paid upon' order of W. B. Barrisproprietor of the Y
progressive nature that move. me to of all bills that are BOW unpaid, that ao money Dusor fair commissioner, Valley Gazette came before the board .

help you out of the Fair problem.Dad i are. Just bill.. 1 wish to state that the for fair expenses a* per the order of and Informed Lhem.that his contractfor W. REGISTER.f"PROPRIETOR, "'

you were educated under ..bel inventory of property on hand, which the board at tbe last meeting. .. After printing bad expired, and expressed f -I
' old school, and stand now only a. a i can be used for Slate Fair purposes much discussion, on motion of J. 11'. a willingness to continue
a. back number on the narrow gauge' fur the next five year will amount to William, seconded by H S. Partln, it for another Tear upon the For ,tHe best Turnouts in. towri '

; and balf-way'-do-lt system, which 1oppoe. over fifteen hundred dollar, p.. shown the bill wa ordered p.ld.T. H.Walker came .term, which..on motion of H 8. o.' .zW''; j;
I eipeclally when it come to by inventory. .no." rartln. seconded by J. H Walker. I ,
voting Shand.. >
the. Tampa Fair" business. 1 lal' lets W.L.IVAN.DOZOR. A petition for a widow' pension for was' renewed for ODe year' from date. ,Best of Stock always on liaggoga 4:, )
she whole.hog, or none.: Bind the the same term a* the former
fro Ellrabetb J.. Davis wa examined and upon
county ,, ,Wb Say forty thousand Letter To Fraek.Bas.KISSIMMEfd approved. COD tract.B. transfer in connection stable. ,
a* It'* just a* a* ten tbou- O Lewi' & Co. presented tbelr
easy FLA.. The report* of tbe ,various county, '
sand; raise the tax to 64 mill insteadof S'lr officer were read ordered Bled report of hire of county convict for .X.::orders promptly attended ,to. "
24, and bust her wldo open If necessary Dear : Let1* nave a llAle private... and debited, and the paid and cancelled January, lt)06, amounting to 197.74, .
. to have a biff fair at Tampa. talk by ourselves on business( ; nobodyelse warrant destroyed by fire In with receipt. of county treasurer for .

,; ,; ; Send off and ret tobacco and COtLOO.If,, ./_ open board.,, - that. amount, whlcb-report was exam Satisfaction\ 611ara Jeeli. M.Ie6la: .
: ,; big .point aod mod filed and ordered'deblLecl. f' .
'a* they are counter, The county treasurer* report showed .
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anythidg else we don't STOW; Get up I You want to know how to do a cheap the following balances on hand: The' Water. & Carson, GrO.i Co. '- .:. - .- : ,. , II,

....v-t ;all the picture you .Ullll.*.., Dad and I i Job of paintingand'hsve( : it look County,.; ,'".L,Ui'J;>'.,.(.....,".:....737 liltC..t made the following atatement. of the ,. -\ ;" ,- ':' 1' ', " " ;I\I\ ,,!II""II" ,' 1; .
.3 1 ; more. Add }o your list the Fair Comv oods ne el"llt: cheapest thing Koad..t. R.'Oj i-aaauwt.. uy". <*S H account sales, of. the orange Crop of '
!\i. i ? : and 'orl.l&u...... ... ?; .?..,.;..' '111I4rhool. for this : : The 2
l, loner the county mule and them a" Vine /; ,' o. -! fin the poor farm season HasiiStqoi 7e3 S.tJt'f. : :
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lookiug '
there I* It the way pf good.- ; .- ....I.j, .,......).. : 67 ;
big plough A few.thou.and lithographed ; aub-Dlst No I. .......... .... .... S6 M To MOT boas orangrs1.PCi.fS,677 15
nothing' about Its being .... SS, 77 88At
,. copies on 'gator *klo. of ob-say .. 2,. .. ..;......... .. 1:: 38 fr receipt from co traae.
'/; Kocklko'. letter the rood-is Devoe; the regular: thing in e. a .. 'sr.. .....M.. ..r.....,. e 23 o motels of crap fruit..(.,to.. >M. 00
Calico' .. the WB Maklmou C. :
It .
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.Valley gazette, ew ', eta, and "11- you [Jevoef. ... I Baltngerpl.i N0 9A,..., ..., tll6 7. M.lrlalr. t.otalof (3,773.35 for thepoor I. Qrpve'jTasteless S)) i

think-: would add'anvlhlng to the The reason is: Devoe I'oel'! further I making" a total of 14,'7M.8'7,. for ''which farujLcrop this season. led .
business I could Ret a bucket. of mud ban anything else Lead-and-oil IB he file the certificate of the cashier of Ther?elng no further business the ;It '

and a pine top and make your photo the Bank of Kissimmee. board adjourned until. the next regular
Mate\ Tonic
in a few minute and "keep the'money good-looking; don't j'o.o' far and Theboard"on the. applloa..lon'of. 8.- meeting",, Chili ; 3 3No.

at home," and then don't stop. simply cost more. The other' paints are H. Bullock, made recommendation to ,,

by decorating the Court House and more or less short In one way or the comptroller that certain >lands of : Stov 'Wood.e .
Jail, but distribute them liberally.] *&y J. R. T..ft'ord'and estate. of P. D. -Cure-No.Pa: 5Q cento. 1
at 1'egborn, Nancy Jane Flat.! Hell another; doa"llo'.O far awl post more, Uoddy be redeemed at their face value.. : will furnish. Stove Wood, dellvrtul l' ..

liar, and other Important places so tban Devoe. All of the-return of the wet add dry ... tn -an-". part of town at 1.00 .per. ,

people could IN what we. see doing. Devoe cost least of all; you don't election being I In, the board went Into Strand. -MAYMABO. LUMBER, Co. H.. Stood! the Teat 25 ;Yeera. 00000"' hW.
Fair I II blg'thing. only ,
Tbe Tsmpa a longer do ? We canvass-of the return, and the sberlfi 1
lasting '
mind It you '
. -dost. the county about throe tbous- announced the game from ''the front Are VOM Deatleaa at rlllltht The old, original Grove's TastelessChlU.Tonlo. '
and dollar and ban alread, brought can't help It; a paint' that goes further door of the court house. The resultsby And harassed by a bad cough? Yoirkaow what-you are 1..Vai1.DlIZort Co : :

., one ettleran old nigger-but good lasts longer;.w oan't help It. pwclncts I* a* follows Use BaHard'a: Horebound Syrup, It, taking. It i* Iron add 'qulnltie' in a .
one!!, *o let the good work KO on, and Your trulyF will secure you sound ,sleep and effect tasteless form. No cure.no_ pats. fiOd . '. ,<
7vta1 For Apt 'J'hruo. . -.
all hand* kick up their heel and holler W Dev-oe A Co Preo. y"",. '.011 NII out a prompt and radical cure Thotua-. .... .t., "' -- .: ,' ... pm
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hurrah! Hurrah for the county B R o K E' \ :
Roberton. RREAVL :
son: &
cotnml *|onerl Hurrah for the' fair 1 KI.Slmmee.,274 1\1\ ,1M 28 JSteuclie "Made'to: Order. .. .....,

commissioner, and hurrah for you Itch"': RI.K"oatn .. 11 II shingle c.mpbell. ... .. .. .... .' P. "1 7 14 14 Every thing in .Stencil** Metal and '!> ..

-t t too pad. DICK HAMSTRUNG., D. T. Loose, Wlnjo. Ky.. wrlteq, 4 p"lhnro...... :.. .. KII \I 11 Rubber:Stamps. ,,Line of regular .. .
h : .- April 25, 1D02J "For 10 to, J2 year* 6 Cr.bpran.. .... I. "7 T Stencils, Ink, Brushes, Pad eto., on ESTATEAr4D
,... ....... ... 14 I- it7'H.sluger. '
6. Wblnlllr '
Auction S.lel.! Auction Satell! Saturday I had been afflicted with; ,a malady .. .1 t7II Auction Sale! baooS'at,11" *:-- Linen- 'Marker *'INSURANCE .X- .

Feb. 17th, at 1.30 'p. m. Entire known as tbe.'Itch The Itching. .* N..M" ... II" 4 4 for- marking! . table and Individual .. ,

household good-no, reserve or most unbearable: I had tried. for year Tulela. .;.AA3 114 240 28 I linen. A. M' .' NICHOLSON I . .. K ,::
having, and lee Orlando F .. ..--.
tried all -
limit-everything. will gn" to find rellf, re : ---;- t" .
'-DR; P. PHILLIPS.. of doctor I wish to state that one Upon which the board made the fol- !
Ingle application of Ballard''* Snow 10wiQIl result ot the. can va.. of lobe - .

Llnementoured' completely and per! vote, towitiKissimmee '
,Maynard( Lumber Co., manently. Since than I have used the. :- Flc., Feh-. .l006.. I A.GAllep- : 111I

The Mayoard Lumber Co'*'mill baa liniment on two separate occasion for We, the undersigned, member ofthe s.
cured completely. 25orJOc
and It Comml..lonet'llIn
the ten day ringworm Board of County ,
been closed down for past
tbe entire. crew having' been across the and! I .OO. Tbomason & ,, Rober- and for the' certify Ooceola, Florida .. .. "

lake assisting In building a tram road son. do hereby that we have UNITED ; : ,'
from Friar'/Cove Into the.tIt .ber be- '. : canvassed the returns of the election . : ,.,
road wilt bring' tbe. Improved train Service.The held la the county. Ojf Osceala 'oo 'the ; ,
The tram
yond. A D. 1900 to Saturday 4 v Y ;
of February, ,
they 1st cay '"
from whence <
to.the lake
logs AtlanticCot Line and Ur connection whether the ale of intoxicating .
decide :
will be rafted to the mill. .
are now beer shall be .. "
1e.terdaJ'with Jacksonville liquor,"wine or prohibited
The mill started. up again to MINSTREL
through train from February 17 I"
therein wet'ftnd.alllolioWI
charge a* and. ; : .
in. ;
Mr. 8. LvL-upper and
via Waycrose.Titon :
Mr. Speer who bal Atlanta the tame being from the return of the : : : : : '
general manager. Macon, wltb throughcoache to Nashville and clerk of the different -: .
been in"charge of the mill for 'some cart Inspector ; : ,
buffetaleeping '
wood and pullmao precinct respectively.( : 1i3O P. M. :
Mine; will hereafter be In and Chicago. . \ siicws
and to St. Louis The total nllmber'of vote cast at ,: u.Ttie : P
superintending toe getting out via Atlaatlo I t-
Train leave Jacksonville: aid election was 385 votes, of which . .. < ,.', , ,. ;' \I .
.rafting of log. Line dally ut 9:00: p. m. : : ', : ,
Coast received' hundred and : .
7+ For Selling& one ., ,+ ',: : .. : ?' \ : :
1, .
arrive at Tlfton 1:25: a. m..., and Macoo vote Against Selling, two I. : '/ <
fifteen ;
Spring Good arriving daily at 760 a. Cbatta- . < :; 4 .
KATZ'S.Mr. 4:40: a. Atlanta ; to. hundred and forty vote making a :, Under: 'Canvas 'r
1:16 Nashville 655; p. m.EyanYvlile :
nooga : o. D) ; majority tot "Against Selling of 125 -
; .. 125.. St. Lout 7K.>8 ....
fromMr. ; m'L (one hundred and twenty-five) vote : ,;.. .
J. IU Cape purchased' 80O a. m.'and Chicago P:3U a. m. Thrown out., 28(twenty eight) vote. ., ' ., 'I i. 7#
C. A. Carson the limber on made at Jacksonville '
of land north of town, and 'will I Good connections are thus Tbe vote. for each precinct, being* L., )"
move acre* his .aw.mIU'froaJ'Whlttler onto affording from the all Florlda/olaLl. con follow; rsaciacv 110..1." entire Near A. C; '. Freight; ft; '

the trtfct. In .abort time. Ha will also venient eryice from thl* ,territory to. Foriellldreoelred..v- .t,, M votes \ /
'Ia'a wood machine'and establish >..1IV7 Tolea '
put .;
west:: l
the :
a wood yard here;and also 'ship For further .Infbrmatio'n. see ticket Throwaoul..N..r.: ,.... 28 voles Kissimmee
wood, to and Orlando' 1 '. folder -ti fasciMCT no. t ,. >. Household
Tampa ,
conulttU "purple : ,
gent, or, JIIor1110ff- noetTed..../a.-/;: ;...... '* vote .. 'v 1 > I ;
CROUP A"O.L."lIlall rwel" HEALTH'' J' :
,. .acIJreT.o. L ,,: ; :
Begin wilt the .,mJ>tome of a com Means* the ability'to do good di,'. WIIIUK reoelvd..s" ......;..;.* 7 vote! goOds ., Ih8fSdalY' February ,_ .
moo cold there 1* chilliness,4nleztogmore . ..... .., 14 votes ;
; without undue fatigue and to find Ai. *u>t selUac. rsoetTWl. <'* '.J-. II ..
throat, : hot skin.' qulolc pulse, work You, cannot,.have Pascmrr ,,0., 4., ,, :... .. .oL ;."
worth .living '
hoarseness and' lmpeo respiration. life .tlDtlon' without its ,,,,,, ..llIalf reeslved'' i.\;,,,..*, votes.AalaitMillar I . '" ,
Give frequent email doses of r Bal' lodt\ etlonoroon i ...,...>\. ,.*, .. 1& votes of \ Ie5intia1t
the ,
+!JardHorebonnd Syrup, '(.the' child upsetting the live/ and polluting : ,'.IIJrCO I., i ,I .. Neat. clean and .refi&edi.. \Moro. p .
be '''
will cry for its. .add st the. first *lgn:of bloodr Such, a condition may Herblne thebest For ael'lln* Hoalved '."..b.-j.V r . votes. .. __ ... ._ ., --n-1> '. .;.' :, ;:;" .., ..,rf 'I ..... v
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qofokert'relieved by .tUac-r-t.od.....awrra7.t, 7 ToUrucucT ( ; .iI .
aeroupyoougb apply"frequently Bal-. and that the worldbasever Ageltut.. ., I'C Ct.S! r '.. fo. i\if1 '}'!'l 'F.-: ). '-'rea-ul.t.or *)>.:; e. .u
lard Mrti'.Snow' A.' Vllet Liniment New to Cattle the, ;throat Colo.,;" known Mr*.'D. W.' Smith,write For ClltlMt TMSlvcxl -iiu.w i .....'.. I votesAfsinst ...3OO.1a4! ,.,p.t; II;.: : t; ,.
> and flg4 ...... ... : .
"!'I nee Herblne, Ml Ins reelvs4.U. U..o&eo. J.
S 02: .. (
,' wrlter' Mach 19,.,1902:1thInk Ballard'. Apr i : iIIlps' :; .,.
for' constipationand i7.AgalnN .Or. '
uctlln s.) _
it theuestsmediolne C' : _
.Horehound S,.up a woaderflil..medJ'and ADM.I '
;. the liver I ever used: teMol.Id. : .. .Il ..... .
o-"'rboIDHOa', ngalatlo& . ..4.17 ........,, ,. , ', '.
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and went'' In without waiting for lilehurdle DEMOCRATS BOUND .

ring at"the bpY to b? answered. '

MATTER *' a book/ 'In Iris hatul/ The other I .-_ .-**
t> **r enniv luiinedUitely after Minl s'tepped.; Doin in Florida
quietly by lil .'chair and Old Caucus Urges Vote Against j ;s l
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to ring at all. .,Iolh'went ( . .
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0:1 MILLIONS. V..rnV'II, . San Domingo>> Treaty,
,, t 'l''ow .' l- .... ... .... 'Y.. ... .... .... .... .... ..... ....- ....... ..... !'; ... .... ......, .... .... ... ..... ...... ... ...' ... i
;'he 'artlst looked imaed; The; detective .: ,. -:- . c, I.,t l
'. .1. ,\. : I.. .. 4BI / tuned tip his ferule And v nodded t" n it '' Claim Bad Treatment."XiiPwXorli '<. Rob rt* Suspected of Murder

r 4at It. V m 4? f' f" ARE' 'foRgED'. 'INTCLUNEtThoeoBreiklna dispatch \a as tOIlt\w. .jjn,a charge alleging the murder ot'

V'Abd when dlrf flies!; men' romp out?" John M. Bogart, commissioner of: II. Deputy Sheriff E.:: E. Johns In Nassau

bua"'tclthloe preen, Adttio e o l lhe naasoberear "Why, they have not collie" tIle clJ)! ceases spent a day listening to har county about December 0, 1905,. atev: ;

lean nu"w<>red." ''! bare net. bl. .'. onpiilfoo Oeeste CauoueRule rowing' ,tales of, alleged bnnullty 'on Q. Roberts well knotfn in police circles ..
'aalo, .. ae.xar eosara 00".. ' .
li i tr' *rfVELCOMB to \VAlk*!. I was, going (A "ask: 0" cm island camp a hundred mile from ,in Jacksonville. 1* now.a prisonerin .
Will Be Read Out the 'Party.The .
t lie m' their businessbcu,, I saw liieiuagain the mainland of Florida., ,Thoy came tho Dade county jaunt Miami,
r' -- -VliAP! ', 'EIt" :1 RII}; 'that broRen lirnnch"br' line lying, *!)*." \! ," ( J>uteome f"the Actiontlery'Problemattoal out lathe bearIng the CAlC( of Fran- Deputy Sheriff Gore of Dade coiuv-

low. If-It not ""1"ke could -A line? watch flnar; ttin<." 'mtlrre rl'l1 '
AIrD'VI1WELCOMPTIII' !: were no ,: : I: clbco Sabbla.-proitf-letor; of an employ ty, who had been furnished a description'
it clearly but I do tint know )fr, fSryce. anrenstleafy. Th..u'wlth "
The artist returned to bis. roous a see more 1 mdptbureau, who l le chargeclIth giving .of Roberts, went to' tie Florida" )
need to And the detective It kindly limvS-"Tliey both youngmen !
bnxed man. Tie triumph" of ,> ilvnl as withdrew tvo. bead, f'Om.tlle! wluilovrout ; Ltnkvltr': wpro" A Washington special says: Under false information to nppllcrnts for Keys and found. him" in charge of a

bad overwhelmed' "iutOmAtbn hlnij the' moved, nml4ctcd '*>f ,wbitlflte l.ij bad' liven peering and,, "Oil. ,'CfI. yonnj: fellows: not? :lb, .Do- tine action taken by senate democrats Work gang of men. 1'b'e arr" .was, mado

like an / ana Vasoedfrom again .cast ltls eyes''about the room. grawV kind but 'well ('1I01lI.** in their! caucus Saturday, any demo According: to the. testimony Sabbla immediately, 'i

o1J.etto\ { bj.ctIn his tI1'art ;f'Dtllke''Obe "UIt" .- Il those canvases and .-".! upc. I sec' ,Come, 3lrpegrnw'nvr'I : ocrat who refuses against the sent '4' gang of laborers, several of Ever since the killing of Deputy-

who has no furlJ interest, tlilnss been weed?" he Inquired' .business takes! 1111 fuHhor.1" And Mr.Oryeo :'ratification, of the San Domingo treaty them boys about 16 years of age, to Johns, near;Fernandina, apcctaT'deteo-
in nfa. Not' till lie the
lgijoiin '
t came upon ";SO..." 'dcsic'ndcd< HIJ.|t"YP ttffnn leading will bo llrred from, future party cau- work for the Florida .' East'Coast Railroad lives have been at work on the c8Ie'.. .

.'s picture, glenralng "in, ._ soft ',"Yt't..11 mambas passed flmld them to the wall while,! ,Ki'i'ilna; : : "Vonr window cures Company. They were told that and soon after the 'murder was 'com".- '4 ..
fieautf from the where he kept '
freely.. Ant" point toward, (Iho west J .lOpe, So far his fellow are railway 'milted suspicion at once fell '
U enshrined did M dub of the old life\ as senators they were to get 41.75 per day upoa
returrf to him.' .Then, indeed! he seemed The exclamation was caused by' theeudden'diecoverybf Probably) the l tatter inw t..lloOIl', concerned, any member 'who declines fare both "ways-and board, Instead Roberts He was traced from Jacksonville
: : a .small and gilt-: first out or it Into tiro tklrtin: of, frees!'!
f tp wojio; and !soften ,to the Influence to be bound by caucus action,will be they were puVto work hewing and down the east.
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eying object lying on the lloor under: Ihot'11'1I.1IIIu111111111"ll1p Wo wJT' jr-fr '
? road out' of the .25 out coast .to the Keys. -
r of'the'twfightaryt InfTl man again party. trees on an a day.
Ihtrlonnge, Droning;: It out he xliowc-d hem take care nf t tlicinrphrx.V.
hopes, and fears. Unt after 1\ long;' The effect of this In the had their board, Steve Roberts has been arrested in
of ,,' It to the nrtl \vlh a quiet and peculiar \ ': 'bare other matteron/ hitiuUjit. von" step, opinion of which they .to pay ; .
contemplation of It he ,hO""E'd 10- smile . lint.." ol>>eod( MrrPograiv.; itf ttavrimmed of democratic leaders, will be according to their stories. Five who Jacksonville on several occasions( on' ':

n hewed flgas of.weaketjlnit: : RI:<<1 anxtops "A deteetlre's badge! ," he cried. "Tlio out of the /srnte' Into flue I lirond the defeat of the pending' treaty. 'rtturoed told the commissioner that charges of larceny. Ho has Loen'be.-.; ..

,_ ,, probably, to stave, o Q; the torpor. .Irtentlry.of jour visitor, Is explained. street of this. .1'11 tit Irul.Milage. ,*wlio"U Senator Patterson who"has declared when they loft the camp, after brutal free a Jury In the;criminal court-tor-' : .

{ Mhkh fief felt overcoming Urn.; hA 1 lIe' was no. one else than uiy co!- the second man? ('II' rnllier, t the fan: ? himself a supporter .of the pres treatment, the company took.. their robbery but wits acq.\lI tCd. .

,, 01 phased* .to the"closet end" reached ."p leaanie.U ,for It looks .na If the latter: |b the urtectlye. ident's program, was present during return tickets, and they walked. 70 Just what evidence .wilt be Introduced j,

ta' his hand tor 6' certain decanter he The artist with' his eyes 'lathing } ." the dlBcurfelon. but withdrew Before miles to Miami. At Palm Beach a against Roberta Is not known.

t , kept tMol'e It
last to grope he found along It In-shelf what for he thought Itl! anther moist ftllhell. changed: color' grow:?"' yiiKjrc'slc'd! ,, 11r.'Gry('('. not permit himself to be bound by It. and then they testified, turned them! i have.been in search'for him for some I i
;*, "You, are right"..1I1.1.IIC. "end by his ";soo,: ,I left him behind 1110 at 7.1,. sAsphwnl'a. :
remote corner, and, taking' It Senator' McEuery, who has been over to a sheriff, who got f 3 each for time, they evidently 'have. a good case
has saved life .
Visit lie probably my "
t down, discovered to his surptlse that "What's that?" : "An agent of his then;' quoaed as declaring he would vote for arresting them, and they were 'sentenced -] '-*Tl mea-Union.l
w ,
f. Itt was empty.. "He warned me. ire told me that:' I "Possibly." the treaty, caucus or no caucus, was to ninety days at hard labor , w

,. ,;ISow. .. bo bad filled It that 'veryrtomlnp. wan in'' danger from the! adtciiturci'a 'With an errand of death?" absent What position Senator Clarke with the chaingang. Later their Hon. W. Y. Sandllri Jasper hav '

: he naturally thought this Jealousy I ; and-", hit may be." of Arkansas will take upon t.belual/ friends here sent them money and declined to accept" the appointment l'l'Ing

? swmewhat suspicious, and looked about "Walt! Whatndventuicrr'; ""'I1It'h was ..1I'rMtP..111\. }N'rd, ,. vote'on- tbe treaty is ullcert.aln. He they returned home and made ho offered to him to succeed Hon.

.' the room to see if any qua had been "The other IJegraw., You knew "The valet In. not. .";11:. ByiC," tto was the only senator present who" charges: against Snbbla.: Nathnnlel l Adams as a member of the>

f. la It daring his absents But lie' .fill WI there's another Degraw man here who artist again xloclsred.: voted against a reaoltitlon. declaring State Board of Educational Control. I
I cvidcuco this. Tho Intruder,
i no of calls himself. 'Hamilton. Dcgraw!: ,' did "Y(m "U' that?" against the ratification of the I Another Verdict Against 'Mrs. Post. Governor Broward has appointed lion.
must have been some one '
; therefore 'ron hot?" "Always.- but, his associates seem to believe be Helen M. Post, tie famous mental I I r Randall Pope of Madison to that Inti '
j both sly nnd deft for tile room was .
"Yes." 'Kcniember Dr. Jekyll an.J Mr II.r.1c' win be bound'by the portent position.
'quite email and much '4.'ro""c1TUb I I" caucus. .There healer after a trial of twelve 'days, I
I } furniture Well be pauses for a --gentleman.: : nnd-. 8tl'W.9 nothlnft. especially: whew]' were other absentees, but their failure was found guilty in the United( State The Board -of! Commissioner of +
He Is,. pcibap, a gentleman; but for It la .a question] wherein the ilissrulsh.pof' : : -
.But who bad He Intruder been Lila I to be present ,does not, .In the ouurt at Jacksonville, last Saturdayand State Institutions tit a meeting held In
till that, he Is the\ villa.l are ,feckluff. of n detective If* concerned," Mr.f5rv\e' '
I, t s ,.fatidloril\ '01.' his, landlord's wife? impossible you m'IIPn',1. opinion ,of fellow democrats Indicate waa sentenced to, pay $:JCr; <> fine Trflahassee a few 11p with somewhat
/: came recommendations I setitentloufdy: i .
t Such people as they. never from' Cleveland and was"received Into' And yet an they proceeded: and morv that they are In any degree""white and serve thirty days in jaiL Mrs. izld the governor to appoint| an addltlonsdaiMtliitant ;.1

; drink. !Tlie servant, then?* But she house democrats." head- Inspector of state con
Mss Asplnwnll's house and immedfntely of the particulars! ,conuer-ted\ with the Post, who Is 75' years old, was
wan. as'owkward' as she wns good na- Into Two resolutions adopted at the caucus of the Mental Science institution at vlcta-to I b e a physician who will inspect .
began to make love to SlcnorlnaValdl. oocurrom-e cattle to light finder
{c tured. ind never came jnto the room hIs not only will dispose of the Dominican wait charged with UsIng the convicts with regard to their-.'
J whose real name, as. you doubtless skilful] questioning/ It upetiied frou Seabreeze, and
.y* v-I. treaty, but will furnish the Uncle Same malls for fraudulent health anti phjslcal conditions and

Kt' 'knocking'. down two' plfturl'lI at least.'it dirk 'hair, gray! t'Y6. )( a peiFiiaKhemanner. : which lie (turned up h.he! ferule to 'look precedent" for demanding a united party purposes. Her patients reside In every who will\ also make regular Inspections

: t must have been! n trangcr.;: But Hi1' has been lu New" Turk :J tit. ns If In were not \\llliont .liOMI .. : vote on all questions that may be state in the Union. She declared of the sanitary condition of tho
what stranger Ilenry Martin lil*
t fellow artists whom he hud originally; and If not the gentleman yon ceck, ; secret don'tn.' t Ilionzli In Just considered partisan in their character, to cure., all Ills love troubles, etc. by convict camp. .

brought with him to this plftce. wag up) certainly: nnsH-prs'to' ell Josciptioiis) of. what dlreftlon they )pointed It'""011\\,' when two-thirds of the democratic the so-called "absent tr(, tment." The ;t!.
him as: fully as I ever did." !rave been, haid to tell.C lieu they senators BO decide. The record-In the valuation of export : '{
e 3 Iir;; |\be bills eketcMos;. bevldrs., Ids case has attracted great attention. 'Ji#
"VeVy good. I will see him." vcn<'l'l 1 the 1I0t..11! : I' n;ryes stopped."Tet "
The resolutions both of which from IViibacola waabroken
tastes were moderato almost. to the were This U the Bt-ccyid trial of the case shipments .1
"Your man-(hat Is- (the detective me do this biifluegH ,
point of.abntlnenceIt conl.1 not have myself carried by more than "two-thirds of She was_ convicted. about twO years during the month of Junnary.
.you s> ut 'heie. -!:) fnld! Mr, : ami 1<'11\11I1r the onlv: #
.j nor any one else that he knenv those present follow: ago and eentonced b> Judge Rccordfng to the Statements compiled
wasc liiimcsllatc airrst. 1Aegram9Cnmrotts I too willing nitiKt on the! he AVOII* fiend
"'' It thciefoio some QUO that be did "Resolved, That the senate ollghtnot Imprisonment for one year one 'by the customhouse! officials showing\ : r
till iir
' this Invoterlous nnd l hndIil9", little tall with otbe
not know. to axlvlBO and consent to the of business transacted >
treaty day in the United Stale I penitentiary the amount
himself.. Hut I, who have *o much atFt tlerk. Shortlyhe came out.
r' A ,Anlred at this point he dropncj the between the United States and the and during Jhe| 1 past month According to
a Ire, feel this to bo cold blooded. 1 "Mr. npprraw;: and his inftn nre neither at Nashville, Tenn. She apiwulod
sqbject.1 After all. what did be 'care hope you will agree with me" of thorn In. This We expeetat.; I *hall republic of,: Santo;! Domingo now pending tho decision was reversed. Notlco of these Statements! the valuation! of shipments .

for thisor anything else? 'He would "WrwIH see; we will see." wait till one or both of them return. before the senate. appeal has again been given and the which went\ to foreign countries
sleep would shot his this
: he eyes upon ".Anrlwhat J Is moro curious still, he IVhat will yon do?" "Resolved That If two thirds of the defendant released pn $2,000 ball. aggregated 3207385. mre'tban H
.. 1)erploxloJvol'ld. But lucre knock at
as wall ait,'she. declires that It !Is my ""'tilt. 'iN). The piazza III I dark 'caucus shall vote in favor of the foregoing million-In eX('(>88(11)" previous '
the door startled him. He was not to '
"e + be allowed to"e8t: ._ Someone, demanded life which. li Uicnnced. nnd not licrcThoutrh enough to conceal: nn '''o<1.-'s !Jdcutlty resolution, it shall be the duty Peterson' D. Marzonl, the young month,In -the hls'ory.or tho port ;

1 ; *AdD ltt nce. be sure, her fears arc theolspringt 1 will *It 1 Here, 'nml It you sea fit to Of every democratic senator to vote man from .Pensacola who was ells' +a

Advancing; to the door he opened It, of his, he"bavins; 'sen: lit to acquaint Inc with the: result of your against the ratification of the same missed from the Annapolis Naval l The receipts at the Tampa custdm '/

it It bad darkened considerably since bear tell her of cf>rtain', imj.tterlnss: utteredby Interview, well and Rood., shall. know treaty." Academy recently Ulan the charge of house show a wonderful increase durIng

t In and for did ; Mr. D'grnw..1ftttJI l f he Jn characterof how tOi be cratcAil." Represented in the caucus were the Initial months of 1906.. For
,f &t,., carnq a moment he hating, has received telegram. from
valetto tbatp9nteman: "
had "Thiit do .
been I: not doubt., observed the
not recognise the face that confronted'him fortunate to overhear." twenty-Blx of the thirty.three minority Washington Informing him that.Senator January, 1905, they were' 111.429.33: ;
enough detective "I h
; then an exclamation" of.relief left vp no object lonn!: to members Those who absent
were resolution for January, 1900, they were un;"
Mallory had Introduced a .
Mr. Gryce, who had beep studiously your .remaining' Jie'rc, In net. I prefer
f his lips and"he stepped" back' with were Derry,.Clark ot Montana, Cearln.McLaurln / and if the few
the 285.20. February, tint
consldrrln'g the head of his cane, shifted It/ But do not think of IIl'co..tlnllr.. / in the' senate calling upon

.'. most cheerful welcoming alacrity ortoncs' exclaiming, ., in thek' ills" gaze at this point to the ferule.', Peyraw: or-lil roan;.We have A 11(>11.'lite '' and Stone all out _of. the \Secretary of the 'Navyto produce days Indicate, anything will show( au

.'tMr.'Ol'J'ce' r' ',:. '\.Tlens repent that. said he. ',.M n11, i(pt, < matter here to handle,_and it ,wll! .city. Patterson withdrew before the copies of-the- testimony in the cases even greater; iuereagelover' the alma:
7 The: lam .", waa the heartylejolnd. ""The other U did so. ,,''1 e, <, *: '.' u:' ,"rI- not benr. the leant: ,Interference." vote was taken.; Teller voted.for .the of both Marconl and-Mayo, and allo' month of ',lastyeerThe":;; ; postolLcs:'! .
r."J am glad to see you well".,: ". 'J.J,; begintopunderstand( ; i, ," muttered, i-,"'Po not fear; I hall not budge from. .first resolution, and was excused' from to 5how'upon-what authority Marconi and ,tlntern.lrevenuereceipt.!,;! keep

-t', . The artist, who stilt held the empty Iho'\c1 tPetlve" to the' Impassive'object .toy8' rner.'Y. : !" ." -s II'F\ :\: \ :, j' voting on the second and McEnery had been Ismll ed. It Is alleged thatMayo. abreast'of' ,; the custom. 'house in their

''decanter, Jn: his band,. gave a short he was considering.l Then. In Ws usual "" "erY'WPII, 'then.. You will boar from. and TalLaferro absented themselves who :;s a Pre ldeDU.1 appointee Increased business..' .. 0,/

uk. laugh, Dud turned to light tho lamp. colloquial manner he observed "So mt again.. without; explanation.ttorman when ...arraigned before the court. .

.a' "I cannot express my pleasure at that fellow of 'ours has been playingthe : lie wont in, nnd the artist settled< \ was 111 and Carmack was pleaded guilty to the charg'e, admitting A masmeeting; ; the citizen oil r

4, seeing you" was his ,reply "Have part' of this :stntlemaaS \"olt'U" himself for n long; and todloufl hour of out of the city, but both authorized that he had hazed fourth classmen Punta Gorda was held recently to discuss
$ "Tee} waltJn8',: the clock struck ten lie their votes to be cast. Guerln
Just and did the di
you come, spirit of wan haY
but never the of bonding the
advisability ,
'YlDJtlon'l1rlnsou7: YOU cannot know "And hat talkel1'with MIs Rogers. ?" 1I,01'(1.the notoa of a /fire baritone voice called to New York, and telegraphed dismissedand i'
lug: done so. Marzonl was. town for lights, waterworks and public -
"Yes. disturb the quiet of the night and the 1
Low desirable your-presence I. here. Instructions to be counted at '
present ..
r Mayo-exoueraLod. wharf .:The meeting decided, .to.. ...
I was just wondering If I would be i "And.with. you" ? next moment saw Mr. Degraw, fine His dispatch wan not sufficiently ':
''Yes" form the IIt"I' (the request the aldermen to pas' an ordl
justified tending for you or for Mr. come. up ) cross pllclt to have his 'vote recorded. The "
Byre: I did not think'so, and :yet, now "IIumpbf? And ypt yon spenlrof him plnrr.n, nnd enter the house. by tho first resolution'mas( adopted by The Columbia County Association! of nance requesting the mayor to call

that you bare come I'tees relieved of a in careless way us my man!" large front door. adopted 20 to '.' Clark of a vote Growers of Sea Island Cotton met In an election for the purpose of bondIng *--1':1

mountain weight ,of uncertainty Tfnclresponsibility. "I do! not know h'ui' by name." Arkansas, Lake City and"alpolll.e.1! delegates to the town for 118,000, to lie-used
in the
t Did ypu know yon "You do not know him by name?." Cr.UTrm: XXIV negative. The second wat the Valdosta convention. It was at for the wharf 4waterwork* and lights :
adopted 20( to 4 Clarke'of
were wanted so much. :\0" A 1 OfTUit': AND A DEATIlpBED.The Arkansas the request of this association that ,...the public<; wharf coming first _.

'"My presence, should i>o the best answer "lId must, 'jc wonderfully disguised." moments that followed were Daniel Foster and Mallory' Voting "lu President Jordan called the Valdon- ;

:'for that, I have no time tort "now?" full of suspense. What was 11111'1l'n'IDg \ ..the negative. ta meeting The sentiment was decidedly t '
The fishing schooner B. R Butter '
/The man whom we here The spirit manifested In the \
was caucus
Joonts. 'pnd na health to indulge- In. .
In !oil' Dfsrnw's private orwlitrevor In favor of the
room reducing acreage '
; Vensacola
Mr. arrived at late Monday afternoon 4'
.them It I had.'Then ." Byrd. and voiced by several reading'IIcna.
It was that the detective had
and raising supplies
:/ tho detective ;you Bent here lolf "Never:" ( to confront hum? Was an arrest tors In emphatic expression after the having on board tho crew of
W. M. Holloway, State Superintendent
"Mr. Byrd, emphatically repeated"it ) adjourned the barkendne Genesis, bound from
r egrapbcd: for ;you? In' he presently caucus was that this :action
prosrefcs and Would
did"f the delDUW''" / of Public l Instruction, hall'made Laguna, Mexico for witha
"He Falmouth
behold Mr. Gryce Issue! forth, proud .meant that the democrats of then
1 .-Then he Is ,a better fellow than I Is impossible! :No disguise could and trliMrfphao with evidence of_ his &t! would have_ united party aeuoii the annual apportionment of tho Interest "cjrgo of mahogany. The vessel
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-thought.6b .''- - --- -u make has our'tbestatelJchqpl.tuod' to-\lo) stranded
--- bluesycs Waek.--Tbls fellow Alaccan reef
't' vrcthu.iieerct. villainy"Jn'hls"! hand? oV matters determined by two-thirds! on and was
;. he 1.1 all rlgbt.40 ." black eyes." lIe dared Dot anticipate the scene; lie of their number to be questllonn affecting various counties.' Amount for apportionment abandoned by the crew, the latter being ;1:.

-r- ; Mr. Degraw, more and more cheerful "Pooh! desired It so imir-li. Jealousy lanai party policy. Those who do was $13,18487; rate per pupil out for two days In an open boat 'ij;,

showed.- the detective fVSome the empty dec'an.ter. ""Black, I assure"you.". 0 wrought It* perfect work In Mm. nnd not abide tjy caucus decision) will not 40 cents. __ I when picked up by the Sutler. The "
"Lights deceive.
'''J1' he could think of no more welcome be regarded aa democrats vessel and cargo are a total loss. _
one has been helping himself "I have seen him by daylight; only." sight t than the vision of his hated rival tire Another: big naval stores ,company .
to mJ' best sherry' said be. "or I' "It 'is Byrd; I have his letter here, In disgrace. But he was generous- point will be raised against. them, has been organized to do business -.-.--
would offer written In his hand." should they appear in future caucuses Barnes F. Prevatt superintendentof
{! a glass after own
. ;your"Whom hearted man, for all that and did not In Pensacola, and immediately It will '
bride"Li The artist grew excited. give ot the party. the county poor farm, was struck !
way to anticipations that lie buck the big Consolidated Company,
do ;you mean,' "Letter or' no letter, black eyes or vaguely felt dishonored him by a train at Tltusvllle ftndkllled. His
though he .
I .,,. ."That I don't know MlTe, the man who calls himself )Jr, had no doubt or_theIr justice or of hisrival' DATE FOR WHEELER MEMORIAL. the >8. P. Shotter Company and other horse was also killed and his wagon

., The ,dl"tedl'e'move"' nearer to the Degraw' valet and an officer 5>f your hypocrisy and secret crime. big corporations which are now controlling torn to pieces, Mr Prevatt attempted

,t grate! upon which his ,yes had been force I I. not )[1'. Byrd." When, therefore, sonic ten minutes Blue and Vets the market. The companyhas to drive across the tracks just ahead
fixed hu-entered 1"0010. The dectectlve Cray to Gather In Atlanta at its head J. R. Saunders
ever since the gave a sly wink nt after"-the dlSHppenrao'cfe:' of his namesake who of the train. The horse moved too

,R. '; "What: I* thlsr he asked pointing fhe ferule as If It were with that and Into the house: another step approached on February" 28., has been vice-president of, the Consol- slowly and when the engineer saw
;, to the ashes beneath that not with the artist he bad been" The Wheeler memorial, an event
,. were wet, or carrInf /- and another form- before idated since Its organization but who '
r B:' 'Appeared to' be so. on this dispute, then bulled It, with bis eyes Into tlm big front passed door. contemplated by the members of Camp withdrew with his Immense holdings him It was too late to stop, though every

r 'F "I can't say; do yon" suppose It !. my the secrets he had been imparting! ; to It, he allowed hip attention to be attracted A, "Wheeler's confederate cavalry lir iTfew weeks ago .and..has organized a'' effort. was made to do so "

} I..\\9..,' 'vine which has been poured there?" deep In the pile of \hff,fug upon which and Ills Interest engaged, especially as AUanta, a week ago has been fixed -company with a capital stock of half ,

,' J "I should like to take a sniff and see be,stood. and turned toward the door. In the passing) glimpse he caught of for Wednesday, February 28, and the a million dollars.A "j After a hard fought battle, In which

,r, Bn{i my rheumatism Is' too, much for "Let us make a few inquiries," he this person' lie was nearly assured' that Indications:: are that the" occasion will ; however, 'no' hard feelings were displayed -

R ; k, met Ijcoufd net bend. my back so low proposed.The It was no other than Mr. Degraw'nvalet be one which will attract not only Washington dispatch The Klsstmmee precinct went dry
x says:
It I should /
tryBnt : artist unused to this sort of who had thus boldly entered the the attention of a reunited by 'a vote of to Precinct No. '
country, 1S7 88.
** senate passed a bill authorizingthe
I eau/ and the artist went work followed his steps with reluctance.
hotel before
his eyes. Had It not been but will draw to mote
, .y down on 111* knees burled his nose lathe . for Mr.' Gryce'g Injunction. Dot to disturb Atlanta Grand construction of a bridge across 2 went dry by 11 majority, No 3 by

t l ashes, and. rose up with a perpleted: ("Whither,are w" (joins!;?" be.asked..First himself, no matter what occurred-, Army of the Republic men and United St. Andrews Bay Fla., by the Birmingham seven No. 4 by seven .while No. 8 was .
i confederate
1jT 1- veteran men than have Columbus St.: a.tie. The other three precinct will I,
tace. to your landlady or landlord he would have made himself sure of ft: Andrews RAIlroad
.- wine I Is there; what do yon suppose or whoever It Is who keeps this house tills, for ho felt that be bad question ever mingled since the- days ot Appo- Company, and providing for give mall dry majorities, making the

It mentur. '
)\11'.. Bryce ,book': hi*' head; he was saw a''person enter here since you have this man. But, as It wee;Tie.remained .. -

". I Already*looking' here' and there about been out.and It so, who it was." silent! and Immovable among tho Tints ANNA COULD EEKS -DIVORCE. Still another bla gar, manufacturing Frank Meflg. a Jacksonville ticket .

A tJ the-room.a' only a detective can. "Then let us ask the old man who that clustered over the portico and let ---. who te a
concern Is lookll1tr'around broker was 'adjudged 'In contempt
if!. "Ton leafs your window open T 1 1.1.. sits on the front porch.: He Is always the fellow go; by, Hading his reward,41 Makes Charge of for a
""t Infldcltty Against site In bt for the orderof
\ i' Tampa the erection Jot a
;..._ ..zua 1ied.: ," . I there and wonld be lure'to see any one moment later In the discovery that the
e... :'neraU7:.It '. 1 who came In by the door," valet. If it was the-vufet-he bad seen Gay' Hubby Bon I. factory Mr. Eugene Lllllanfeld of the the United State district court enjoining '' .

a t""" 10 oat big JnJaped- ou'f'o'f Jt"flovr'do /*' "Very good.. . ,Was 'hot wltbtut eyes to watch him, The Parls correspondent of the firm pi Lllllanfeld Bros of Chicago! him fRl11llurln" 'or Mlltas,
,,1.I'. ,a?- {you know tbat7"t"Sere .> So they;asked. the old man who was for,only a'few steps behind him 'cam London Exchange' Telegraph company has been In the city looking for.* site, contract railroad ticket or:the return,

;: I* the mark of &-foot in'thin" still sitting In his favorite spot though another: man, who entered the house aye that he has confirmed from and has .gone back to report to bis coupon of such 'tickets, waa fined

":,si,;) .down plUevr. Evidently eyinglcap the night-dews were falling and cosy.Jooklagllgbts with an easy siring '01 his gracefulLodlraYkkhwaaatravgely reliable firm that he has found 'j'good loc*' $100 and coat aD4"sentenced to Imprisonment -

'tbo.'b cn taken from,. .this''o'COudato, the .wsLnnisd him within-_ =h;;,llta r-.t0'" j'TCJCutellane IOUI'Celu a-story: that the Coun- tlon,*and to :urge--the Immediate. In fo}

r' gran.., be ..tb.". ,. '' Ue *Hw rd-that; be had seen two the artist and ,, which l' u.ecI'-la' his I !separation 'from' Is seeking a Judicial .,moval 1 of! the plant from Chicago tel ten day by Dunleount.1al prldlD

rWef,1 did not sea tluiyAad /* .trangemen'admitted, besides the" elderly ,mind tot trancgst, conjectures. t : her husbandon Tampa. The firm between over this United Dman ;
.operates' .eut.
I t that.If not $' loolTntV" : .gentleman now addreislna him. -, To Continued.' the grounds of;)Infldelltyjl Stte. .lltrd
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| .M il 'Wat k .out ..f Apr! I ,,. '. ...-- - '. ,

Apposition to, Now French 'Owlnd .to' F.Hur. te Reach: Agrees Obstreperous ..Sct/tC\/ \.." from Demo. )1 .
Law Precipitates' Trouble meal! n' Wags scale l ? ; Engineer Wallace :of ,cyitld.CaucusRul., Seeks ..Shelter"tlndsr"1 -, .WO.n-u .WIIO 1 ,... '

d'Nitlogil'Constltutlen.Senator ; 4
jrllON' fe
f Jot.fJ.I' ,a ;WJt\ ProspectA; t-la : i"'Canal .' y '< -". ..... ,":Jio."; oI I.I Ing striih Commission :Talks,, ,, __ .' *
,01" 500,000""eohl( miners unl:1I8 't. 1 1" ; 4 .
tJid paltetlOl\'of
Colorado '
Sint 'H
CALLED deadlock
: Is
PUT broken/ by asnoui
some sniartins under tbd.apUon o1 the democratic ..
Opty1'eseegln0uencstthe Datlonlll con CROMWELL. A HANDICAP -
of caucus, paved the Men-'
thO' United Mine Corkers ,. way
yovernment'Biarting out to Make' In" of AlDer/crt/ aljourne1* 'Wdlanapoll '; . ". ':' ;; day ,for a, 'washing l 'of the.arty dirt, : L
vuntorles of Church nut"i after the dissolution/ Chief ''Advi.or"'proved Hei 'Burden linen. In the ,senate :resolution be
Property vy
I la without ; -k
l ". reaching an agreement of a Wallace's introduced: moans tbdis'he yUJ- air nU ,'
Met by Reslstenc from the.. wage scale''of the Joint on Shouldtrs. and Job. 1f
conference ,
of grievances probably .lelal.4'/b1"/
Catholics.A operators -miners of the central Was Thrown Up to Shake

J and south\'eslern district. : Him( Off.| republicans who-pti'ooWttod4aporito : .f
.. '
ParIs'' special resident John Mitchell let ko such opportunity ,for political ',0'
Bay; A ot: the, Mm-, .r---- '
socialist, !!rs:union Capital pass Is certain this wilt '.
adyl n\ ;
ed '
deputy M.:, ,;>llard, Interpellated\ liy' home the delesaUss to-co John F. Wallace, former1 chief,.,.engineer precipitate 'lot of. room. for
and look; t* the hot talk from some-
fho government"\ la sociulna of* a bf the isthmian canal commission - toek.
: the .
.' chamber. Trt- oaf.nbe fuud In,flew of a-posul6l of the senate democrat ( .k1For
day -afternooa relative to the measures i industrial strife between miners 'and testified before' the'.senate com Senator 'Patterson la understood to '

;:WhiCh It, was Intended to take Operators., tho mlnors-havlng refuted mlttce/ at Washington, Monday, on' InteroceanloA be out of.touch..with hit party In Colorado ;' PermaiijRP i.

to protect the government to renew. the present wage;,scale ant canals. He 'said be made having fought the' democratic : >N KIS;,....... i.

In their'commli.sloners .. the-operators having'refused to grantan protest, particularly, against red tape! ticket at the, last election. As he Is 'bEDINE' acta directJ' tm1'iON I %l lW5

carrytac out lastructtods Increase iu wages. methods and a multiplicity of masters, not a candidate/ for re-elcotlon, his DYStEPJId > ----- '
to make Inventories of 'The and then read split with his 'party has little Import_ from ailpoi.onout mineral ,
the prop appardnt determination of'bot; a statement referring to 4 LItI-GmNG sails. $ 1mtn'ntnn1tn"t \
eity of tho, churches Secretary Teffs attack allCe -save as it may serve'to make )
operators and miners Indicates, that on him. soy- i constitutions; the ,
neither lag: .' I capital for the >republicans. aJl r:1''h: : It' =
Premier will derangements \ =
..., Rouvlor replied that 'ithe'f make overtures to tho GROCERY .G ::3 tl,
authorities hod orders to nee tact other for further negotiations, and, as "The' only basis pretended"for"this The. Patterson: resolution.. In effect CURED HELD; .' ). I', ;
attack :; / declares the action of the democratic 3.Kn
and moderation during the operations indicated by. the speeches of both the upon me was a difference of Josie Cam '
opinionbetween caucus Saturday In making apart, ,. "" OR ::::I !
but the government was determined'' radicals and conservatives of both organizations -' Secretary Taft. and 'Texas.writes .1'( -

to do Its duly'at any:cost of the joint conference, ,it Mr. Cromwell, on the one, aide. and question, of the,San Domingo treaty >relief, *=take :.
,:even .employing self;on the other to have been contrary to the constl-i ILIZERSs riI
Is PbaWe that;th Toy i as, to my right womeen
armed force It 600,000 men con : :: ;
necessary. I trolled ) : to-decMe for myself when I thoughtthe tutlon. of the United/ : States. _ VI
-. In the meantime the by the United' Mine Workers ; WITJIIN .. _.. ,,
the opposition Clf will walk,.' ut ot'the mines* welfare of t enterprise and myown" Mr. PatterllOn'a'resolutiop' recited I -.. ?
clergy to the In +
I taking/ of every : lttjr'Centti A
Inventories '
.t the actlpn
welfare that ot the bottleLnReturns
partrot the United Justified me .in reMgnlug democratic caucus z '
Is becoming more' States on April 1. I ,
formidable. position. in dictating to senators how ,
my they ,
While the minister There have teen Intimations, but no j Ballard SAO ,3:
was being/ Interpollated
should vote
In assertions that 'the president of the'' "My appointment named no length was- plain violation of Their ,use.

the chamber, scenes .. 'United States and the National Civic of time I was to hold it, and I,'was the spirit and Intention .:of the 'constltutlon -- ,. St. Loaf ,

violence"weje transpiring/ ut liable! to dismissed\ at any momentby pf the United States l,L'. 1 tlie, Church of St. Clothllde, near the Federation may be asked to set in motion the government. Such being the. Mr. Patterson's resolution ""recited I 'u.log'Acl ,iS| J'
negotiations looking
chamber to reha- *
of deputies. tilltAtlon 'of -the Joint(agreement case, I believed.;Then, and believe now that the action of the democratic caucus #SOLO; AND RBCOMMtreb< great =:3ghout :: .
The church had been Ailed slnceearly least oat it was ray personal ,right--and,. I believe In dictating to senators :iow'they \

morning. Before the government means of, bringing discussion die of some operators. possible and every reputable engineer'must should vote 'was a plain violation ,of :;For',Sale, t"RO ERS6N'S DR t. : '

commissioner appeared, a polios. the miners' be of the same opinion-to resign/ it the spirit and Intent of the constitution 'II'
together for further Y
official attempted to Induce the clergytp : yegetiatione. <. whenever I ,thought It necessary to' of the United States That each iLltUtU

permit. ; Inventory to ,be taken; estimated .do provided, of .course,, that I took I senator was entitled to one vote, and J .
President Mitchell =:
received/ severe maltreatment, while r that abundant care that the work-In: my any attempt to coerce him was an' Invaslon ., KiSSIMME E T
four ,
dependent"on \
persons are
outside tho policeman and mounted eaew charge would .suffer no harm by my / of the, rights of aI state; .that,
municipal/ guards were compelled to miner and .national strike/ such as resignation." any senator who permits himself to

adopt the sternest measures In orderto Is planned, will effect nearly 3,000- Mr. Walla.ce said he had taken* every be so coerced,.weakeu and degradeshis EIVEEEtO't s ,
disperse/ the turbulent crowds. 'M-cad.( persons" dependent 'on .mining' for precaution' to that end and came I state; that for any senator' to vote } : ,

rtcpeated charge occurred, loading/ home to have a private talk with Sec otherwise! than all his sense- ot duty ... .. <.

to fifty arrests. Among those taken. With assessments from now to April retary Taft' This' was denied him. .. dictates, degrades his.high oMce and STEAMER LILLIE; STEAMIER \ I

Into custody were two priests*. Toe r."tbeminei'll, with nearly $3OOOtOOO In regard to the type of canal.'-he assails the dignity and standing/ of Captain Clay.Johnson Sr., :Captain,, Clay Job J

crowd' eventually became 110_\'loleJt on band, would be In possession/ o:. asked to be'excused from examination / ; .the senatorIt Regular weekly trips Basslnger,, rid return. Rosead'a, !J .II''

In the Ruo dp! Grcnello that the police .tomethlng like t6.000.000 by April 1. until he had an opportunity to ,. Is expected that the democrats eee Tuesday, morning, and arrive TUsslmmee Friday event ;

drew their/ snorts, which, however, examine the majority and minority generally will resist the adoption of ., Special Charter Trips to Lake Okeochtfb**,and Fort-Myera ol ,,4

they did not use. Many persons, In. INSURANCE OFFICIALS.r MEET. reports of the board .of consulting en the resolution, and that thq republican Comfortable accommodation for' pan engers.i Rates reasonable., A

eluding some policemen, were Injured """- gineers. senators will ..u.taln'Mr.. Patter "The most picturesque Waterway la Florida. ' ; .. ? '' ,

during the fighting. The prefect of Object Is to Frame Better Law. One ef the reasons for its withdrawal son's contentions_ Aside. from the For Passenger and Freight Rates. apply to .. .

he said,.had been that he bad interest n' ..
jKillce, Mr. Leplne.-personally superIntended Many States Represented. personal Mr Patterson's . 'o' CLAY JOHNSON SIU Proprietor it.

the :!'maintenance of order, mode many mistakes In his attitude political' fortune, the resolution raise I. On board "Llllle.Klsslmme: : r ..: '$ t

but, despite the fact that he repeatedly - More than 100 state officials.; Including -- -thecanal..aIV11hat.. Secretary a. new question as to thq. igltte_ of. .
several governors, commissioners/ Taft and Mr Cromwell 'had made a senators generally. In all probability, ;
/ unableto o
counselled calmness was :
of Insurance, attorno'ys general ap Irepresentatives' mistake/ In sizing/ / : up his adaptability.He several days will elapse before the : : -; :" : : ; -=:='''= c :
restore quiet. . ffl '
Eventually tho fire engines v were ordered of insurance companies thought that he hadbeen, placedIn question Is settled. NORTH KISSIMMEE I PHONE' NO..8.C. .' : "
J.l'e8enCat I n secondary" position, so far as The Patterson resolution came asa '
take / near thechurch were the opening/ sea.slon ?
to a position
up 1
/ exercising/ executive judgment 'was surprise./ 'Mr. Patterson..and Mr. :
InjZhlotigo; Friday of the I
to be able if naUonatconvention :
so as necessaryto r
drench the crowd, which obstinately of called to discuss measures I appointed coneerned,as after head Mr.of Shonts the commission.had been; Patterson Tillman rose received simultaneously recognition: but from Mr.; : W. QRIFPIN; : !i "

control of Insurance ,
companies/ !In .
refused to move, the women the various! states.: lie realized he said that .his' position the chair

ing the greatest determination was such that friction was bound to "Does the senator' from ,Colorado
for their protection'.and Thomas. E. Drake insurance coma
sing umbrellas occur between himself and Mr. to the senator from South Carolina
mlssloner/ of: the
: > District of Columbia/ 'FancyFafujJY'6r eri
In the meanwhile chanting psalms Shonts and also between himself and T" asked the vice president.but
presided at the
openrng session/ an.1callecf'the
the municipalguards ?
1C Leplne ordered; Mr. ,
) before Mr. Patterson could reply Mr.
,', and police to enter the church.. contention' follows to order.'. Ills .. Inquiry' was pursued by'Sea&- Tillman stated that, he mereIY'Irose''to.make -i- ' -... tSr
remark. 'were '
Under a shower of .broken chairs as : tor Morgan to determine "what Mr. Inquiry's to the parliamentary ? MEA es
"The c::czpciiureof some of the methods FRESH TS
the'otncer., broke down th&-railings. I Cromwell baa to do with it" status.. "I* It a Question of,;per- ., '

''I In front of.. the ; entrance, whilef: the of, Insurance ,; ;;Mr. Wallace then read from a pub sona 'prlvtlege he asked, and Mr. : ". ,' \ " i ] "' : "
blows ,on/ them.- companies by, the committee of!, the lic letter \Issued""bT Taft, Delivery every".day, at bourpe.trot1air '
crowd: rained heavy, y Secretary Patterson responded\ the negative. . . any ; .*.aoJhlte4. ,
legislature of the"tatefNew.York.Wb.ICh .
,''. .The 'firemen burst..;ln the doors?an.1 haseo soclearly"dem"onstratod i '..saying .that Mr. Cromwell,* through tIC object to no consideration '' this T .j, : ',
municipal guard a- en-" tho.necessity' designation of the president had been . .
'pollce and said : "
the Insuranoe'1awil morning, TlUttjan. '-. ,...,' -
/ "lor better
tered the'buildings.. One of the principal acting In an advisory -capacity-on all There l. no, Intention of asking :;
throughout the country,.-was the principal' .
to''canalaffairs.. Mr. '
aa/ aeverplwowded. matters relating
omcerI_ consideration at this time,. responded
Inside, the church: tie congregationhad reason for'calling together the Wallace said he. felt, that Cromwell Mr. Patterson ? 5 'N iW RtI i>>AliW* ;;f,

erected a barricade/ which had governors, attorneys general Insurance -had ra great deal Influence with ,- 'TherellOlution Is of such a" character :

to be 'taken T>y assault while men commissioners and other of so the secretary. He' wanted'to discuss that no harm 'can come from,

and women, fainted.After the church many states and' territories/ The meetIng wlUr-Mr. Taft "Cromwell's connection its .lying over." ', -.r 1! ,City Bakery.

had been cleared the 'commissioner however Is the direct result of with affairs 'He has ,done several .11 i i, [- . "*' ,

proceeded to take an Inventory the, correspondence begun .last Novemberby things'with the railroad property AGED MINISTER A SUICIDE.. '
,Catholics outside singing canticles Governor Jchnson of Minnesota which I questioned and seemed, to be : FRESH BREAD PIES '
The prefect of ,the department of with the president. of the United the controlling force In the manage Norton Jumped Into Well With Pulley V'e' ""...
Instructions to States."It went of the property. I considered *" l :. : i3 4
the Seine has Issued ; Tied te His Neck.: f .
was felt that in the general pre. he was doing business along dangerous ..
the clergy to give up-the keys'otthechurches vailingexcitement: and deep feetlaz John O. Norton, SO years' old. a. I
lines. Raisins'Currants'Citron Peel
of .
and added that In case prominent local Baptist preacher, living ,
amongst policy holders and' the pub- "If I catch your meaning, a part'of ,
are Instructed Pickles '
refusal the commissioners Olives, Svyreet .
( lie in general that there was great your business with the secretary near Kaylor Ga., committed suicide '- -

to call on the armed force. danger that' the various legislatures was to shake Cromwell off-our shoulders by drowning' himself 'In the gin- ,. Sour Pickles, ,Hlxed PJc.kles. :-L,:

tor- assistance. about to convene might adopt drcslic 'suggested Senator Morgan. house well on his place' His body 'j LUNCHGOODS. .. ." .,

SLAIN. measures which would not only be "You have caught my meaning: was was ,found 'in the well with A iron .
IS ey
HOME unreasonable, burdensome and harmful the. reply. pulley, weighing about. 160/ pounds,. .. Dates. ,v! t;

to Insurance companies, but also "How did you regard him-a* an.. around his neck. 'j 'Candy, Figs, -. f r(t. ,

.._. -_ Oo tor-"FIndsAmithejr: Man With!! _HIS! . Injurlbus- to policyholders. advisor or spy?" asked Senator Mor-. ')(r. Norton I'ached'at,Naylor; SatmrdayiandrtolathecongregaUonlhat- \, Pecans. :Peanut9 J ; .
Wlf. and Uses Revolver.Dr "After dlicu slonlfie TolloVInalaar; ) .gun;:anOJrr-w ee-reptted-.tJn t-1Je ': i'-.F'1esh.JI\.aLnuts- r a tAO -

CLlndsey,.a promln'ent phyelclan was agreed updn; and which has the simply felt that Mr. Cromwell had a be would try to preach for them tI '- : :: WHITE STAR LAUNDRY
approval of the. president and com great deal .of Influence. with the. sec- again on Sunday, but that he expected t J

of \lo ltrle, Ga., returned ,to missioners of the District of Columbia letary1. ,- _' some terrible. trouble. -;_ -. .-- -. r, .
"his home Thursday 'night at 9 o'clock 'I.
and found P.; J. William with Mr*. "A-bill tobo, Introduced in.congres* Togo Comingto Sea Us. Southern Shop Burned. .L-: THE 1 4THOS' OF COJfTEJfT .
t / aTo'
which shall be a code for the regula- It is announced on 'good authority Fire Monday night, destroyed the ., lit .
Llndse,. JOr. Llndsey promptly drew
In the District of -In Toklo, Japan that Admiral Togo large blacksmith shop of the Southern "
-' tion of insurance 'hint'; ,,'
wortd.Melting Ja vain for -
.tward of bill llttU the lIt UDt.t 2
Williams rail
a revolver and opened fire upon Columbia but which with necessary will visit America in April ,with two railway at Spencer N; C., entailing afar calnit th. blu.. In warn for him the ow. ;

killing him Instantly, changes In form to make It applicable armored cruiser, a loss 'of about 950,000; amountof Faint The mist dreamy along CatskUU their ro.lummlts to vlew earW4... .. II1 He bursting knew or granary.wr eared was to all knew. ;' +

may be enacted by the states arid i Insurance not known. A lUetlm4.had they lured In vain No: thrill of Nature's awe he felt.
No lies pIth world to his allied
-climb their broad lucent :
! IMMIGRANT AGENT JAILED. territories, thus making a uniform ROOM DESERTED. HU steps to hit waving train.H . A stranserMo d.elt'i r g
$ JJIII eyes were on tolp15 ianQ '
r ''regulation! of Insurance and avoiding/ ROOT' CRITCISE8 THAT CAUCUS. rested with. bl..b nJ a CODtAD A strana-er be.died.

Into the and costly burden incident Times-Union What''larer life beyond hi'Joya .- kin
l Colored Labor Procurer the vexatious '
Florida Editorial Fore An heir'of Wr Van Wlkl." sl.ep reel; bill solitude forewent!
Tells at Austell.,.Ga. In differing/ and often conflicting but Says. Action Indicate :That Domingo H. never knew Van Wlnkl. pride. The. bO ell and feats 0' mlcheUr men
Getting Paper. To venture cep tlie tugged. steep Ne'er broke the calm of baa content.
** Mayor Sbelverton of Austetl, Ga" local jegislatlon. The composing room fore of the Treaty Will: Carry' ,, For cllmpeee of the barricade other .Id..- -Th.. ,, "mind t"IItla'b'' .. have moide4
that lofty thousht.
Friday caused the arrest of Charles Union Jacksonville, refused Secretary :Root, 'when asked his The Queenly Hudaon flawed .pace, Or'_fed to fellowship with kings' ry
WANTED TO LIQUIDATE FINE.. Florida Times opinion pf ,the action of the demo-' ,Yet never had hi. eye euredTo Sank back Into Itself, untaustit., g
Immigrant agent,, "who her lovely fan.GROWTH For lack of will to epreed IU wins.
Laban a negro -.:.... -\ to return to their places Monday cratlc senatorial caucus on the Dominican I gaze upon .. -R. T. We/burn.. In Four-Track. Mawa, .

had six negroes at the depot oYi their Five, Hundred Striking Printers. WillIng night because, certain demands tr.aty.t/ IlIUqf>In a pledge. f 1 ..

way to Birmingham' to Be Jailed. made by the Typographical Union of the united :'democratic vote, adverseto i I' 7/f SAJVJC/JVC; ""O.WE2t:4 _

members of the Typographical that treaty, said: ;i
The technical charge against/ the negro Five hundred would not be granted by the manage

was) A vlolat/oa'of, the labor law Union/ No. 18 at Chicago ment. .Consequently .the' office has "I. regard the action of, the caucusas . With onlyVtwenlletn of the world's city and the United States.In general t,
voted unanimously to go, to jaIL A* declared 'an: open one. All establishing a. conclusive presumption the '
been. Inhabitants.:the United State has Jaa.,takell' place within /asy recollection .
C the state which the shipment -
prohibits they are on strike,' they ,estimated hands from th*' edltor-ln-chUf down that the treaty has received two-thirds ($14.t)00.000,000), .of.the of thousands of persons who.In ,[i
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of laborer. la a body for work they night save the UOOO..Jlne .*- were busy making .up a payer for of more than two thirds ot world's banking power (capital oar '.their, various employments are 1 J"

itslde, the ,state. aessed 'aalnit the union by Judge Tuesday! morning. _ the senate, els*. why was: _casein and circulation Ourascendancy still.actively at_work. Contemplatlnc, """y h,
Holdom If they were permitted to called." ,, plus. deposit* has the .... -.expansloa which: 1lu'given ,
been obtained In
:Ute amount In prison: c: here the United ,State"a, tons: Id, ovetk. "
KILLING WAS's ., "work'They o were t disappointed when their ANNA FILES 'DIVORCE. tU1lC-, WOMAN REVOLVER the past'two decades glnce.1190 theworld' all other countries In. maaafaeture .- t .at' ,

SOCIETY banking atreDllbILu grow- which''has placed American "" ,
and mining;
if the fine was '
Jury .JC! .,.atee Doctor Who attorney,told them that woalq Erratic' Count Boat palls. en Mlsnlat.d'Dsughter :.0-- 105 per cent,:while that of the United prodacts'la .every inarket: oar'th* .; : i/
it ,
court. .
Home ,upheld bT"the higher. -r of Jay OotiUL.Coantess1 . Champion. Woman Golf Player 8ukoldee State hat *bandod 'li 9 per':''cent. glob: which ha* built'o*In this eo Ja.".:;
Deapollervverdict / have to .be paid. ladthere'vtss. :. no .- BolaS .'de CastelUne. ,.forinerly In Fit of Melancholia-/ and that of New York' City SCO per try a railway syateat'which 'comprls* 't
S of the coroner's Jury"foQltrleasw 'prospect of ,th.!4ebt being liquidated t., : cent. Of the of the weekly .....
,'. ;,, >ana Gould, entered a plea for Mrs Lllbnrn O, .McNalr.'prominent 11,600,000,000 two-fifth of that of, the entire arfh; ,.
'was that the. kfflUur Yy!' the, ntitkera (tflaf ,to.:JalL i' divorce In Part Monday. : Representtatlves 'In;society land champion' average, of the, bank ..clearings( and which has increased the' fttry>.'J\1t'r

.J.wituamli b7'Or.' tk'C. LindsayJnstlflabl the countess and th*' !oUDt killed the alnety-thre clues which make wealth' from >500.000*0 KW5Mhi) if :
. !. of : player rot .St..Louis, 'shot:and reports Mew York ;contffbutes, two: IngtoaVjday toi.U.-r .. IB .;

..' ..< .' Value of Field :Estate"'In ,INtnol l8. appeared 4 "before.:Jnd ''Hnry D tte..wbo.'Inodnformltyrwl ; herself Monday tit :'her" home, 4621R third. New York: -city baakr:cleartegs -., it'sye'tkefi l ras.detgl.brak.rl. ylloosev
t..Llndsey has notWilliam .Dot.Mea"arreaW. "IBswoator .c(,th.e tAt* Marshall the' rlln.avenue," that' city.Mr . 'average SI''percent In,ezceaa. ,of "..'...,'... ef1MMbTw; sayr'tAB .

feud .wJ a-4Wo. .IJad-: Field harj*'flled.A petition'O-,: dew; endea"ore"4"ID"7WJ6"t arrshhe'areeoncillation *. McNalr had.been under treatment ,. f. of this I saw. gab part or We I '

b t.f: OMK' at"Chicago which I"*** : :, befon.alowng'a. , fln- for* aerYOia.' meUacholla for'sir, London'sdl., ,: .._.'. .">.i- ,..a&-Dr-dCt.: !f. i ,,sy'; In Lee1MbWeeldy.

ups his tMnra'b and, laaa saM. 44e'value ;,of I '..tat..ta.nullC; [* a.,. ,.1j.1t..Uto! ; 'proceed.' is" months:,, .'''Bh' ''WU'Si 'year' 'oUt"' a", '"pendou.>"J> banking growth. te K*..r:York : .. .

hot;him. ,kUlto*.Urn Ia.iittiiy. "Yip. '" ,..uI1 : .,. f' 'J. ....:t ... doll- 'h ."- .. .' ... . ,, .

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.i111f1i/G'", YtllQ l{ ,11,C'al6ti,6TILI Establish Awe Line: "I| "

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+ NONt N.... 11 Sanfurd, looking forward eve*y I
y tr' + day when she will H> .onect.e! . 'r 9.wrNtU: 1I"lIa"raIDA: : \ |
Valley, U ietteHIS. 1I1a..C'. dally Hue l f automobile A F.ULLLINE

1v0SCECJUCOUI'TY. The prlncpa4! +.uver In the undertake + '1I

i lug who resides in Orlando; placed

1' Editor Md rmrktorv- -- tbe-lartre avid commodious machine "-!

_ he Pnmoflloe la KI..I.. ....., Fla. upon the road, bus It '
matter. I
to be unfitted for the run. He ; KINDS i
I i 'will 1>1.... notify tbo effloe II had now J ooe north to select, two suitable .
paper renularlv.: .
for the bl Ordinarily the
"OQ. exc-ot from OUt authori loe8l. , Menu run ie slsnea by the roads are Injjueb-aoTTOTtn 1.11.0 acne .4 ;

llaed.r Will not be returned. nlaea ble them w'n.kathe trip one irony lq .

acted' "- .. about one' hour and thirty minutes, ..,

like XinpM RATER. calling *t all points. on the -oad-: AND : ,

'.. .. froip object |Rot oo__.."..:.......'I.OO Sanford Chronicle., R
t 'llke'one who baa no fi* -"*'' :: -t* .1

it In m.. Not till lie.cnme. nn'ob..,.:, A Guaranteed Care for Piles.

,> tjortni's. picture, elwimlnjc *. ins J.itdl,lag blind bleeding! ,' protruding COOKING SOVEpLto

f nut! front the corner where lie kei ,s. Druggists are authorized: to

It ensurlned, did a liana'of tbe'oJ4 life ,' .d money If PAZO OINTMENT falls -_
s retun( to hlm..1.'bt-u. indeed, ba secmrdif i In 6 to 14 days. EOc, Ilsttak A '

a wake 'and soften ,to tho .Influence Cut at Price's'

of ',\IIe twilight,, and boa' IWIQAltaJD fl'l"l' Nljut's .Mass I'teetfnr.' : ; .

.of boiw' 'and fenrs. Hot, fitter a louse the ii Save One-Half Your Wood '
It to clUsccs ring
tarastlo : met was
contemplation< of it. he showed re
hewed *lgn"'of "weakening"find'anst-: liar an Opera House last Tuesday If you have a *

*', "A dratlfy the. reeolt. of the re.election. That Defy Competition.
e on probably to'atave, off, the torlo\, fl".entlt3ut.lon" + WILSON WOOD HEATER.,.
fhlch he--felt-$(!trflus: hint.- lirkssed Speeches

'' to the closet' and readied) up lIt' "Wllv, Hon- C. A. Carson, ne.: your wood pile need t>e. only half the size' of your ; 1

ale, hand: for""n"' certain"yiecAnter"lic!: lelltrtle,3I and lesllr. W. B. neighbor's who uses the "other kindJ.',. The patent. a

4 kept-there. It.wan dark and
to rope along the shelf for Itl| but ht 'Jollons declaring war on it possible to pet .CO per cent of heaf'from yo
last ,
he found It In what he thought a '. should make their the gases which arise BEFORE BUYING
r rather remote corner and, taking It "You any i ordinarily from tho fuel andsGET PRICES i

down discovered to his surprise that Tlolf lie in thiscounty, was pa s- : cape unburneQ up the chimney !II'oth r heatero-, ,

iii was'empty.. .. ""'hj.y campaign comoiittee wa consumed in the. Wilson. These eases constitute one- f

.how as be had filled lIt- thali'veryi "I1e as a law and. order. com I half the burnable part of the;' fucl, .The Wilson burns ____ --,-__ '
flee that the law against sellfealor r
1Mm .!' be pntnrally thought this was la enforced Pror.! W. H.- : anythinir-corn cobs shavings, chips, bark, roots and t .. ..

t Bomeirbat suspicious. and looked about cted'as cblartnan of the haste I :cord wood .'

'.tlae'I'OQU1t see Ifany" oUO'I1'd.bec-D,, .'-.l fir. J. W. Simpson as !secre- The Wilson is air-tight, so STANFORD t

1 ? la it daring his absence.. Hut lie ton readily responds! to its dampers .1

't f' "nQ evidenceot .this. TLot'- ;e' , that an even temperature can bo 1 t
therefore, must have booujje' In Bought Winter Home. i ..
maintained : .
;4 ,both sly and deft:, for the throughout all the : ..i.
'qnlto !small and much crcunwellfnrnltnre. Mr.' Harry W. Thurman, of Gertnanlown changes of our varied climate. 1

.., -. Thurs- Pa., who with his wife lather Remember every day that- CARSON:
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and mother, ij spending the winter
:But who had the lntrnrt .hrol1&'b at Hotel .Klsdlmmws, purchased this Imo.. you use the Wilson you are ,:,. .'.

,r ,, labdl
posslMel Such"Peopl""H aocUOJU' known: a* the Olceeebobee building;, on

I' drink. The servant, H? &" they Broadway, opposite Hotel Klsslmmee.t "
was fig \vk\vnrd" as silt. tor the Is Mr. Thurman* purpose to use GRAVES
U'v turedjind nevercarnp.; his a.... a winter. horse.-and to that end
he will next. fait have the house
Without( upsetting! / ,+Med< In my
overhauled and In first- ;
hocking doyn twosog mall conIt"mu&it put \
.l : **""*. class condition for occupancy. next *>. r.>t a jE -i
' What stranger been,,108841 wA bis wloter. This Is one of the best resl- :: HARDWARE COMPANY.K. "
*arren &ad our dente properties Klsslmmee and 1* j jI

I felloeartist,.'Wl1.' ;aoooD was re In a very desirable. location. The J- .
broullht."Wltb.hlm band of lel1owhr. town Is very fortunate in getting: tkeae.

t the bills trends! {? .this 'com- rood people interested here. Mr.Churman .' ,,;-
and his excellent family will :;\
w; tastes Sv. yo.: f"poloUrlarch .
of theLeviwm' ha receive a cordial welcome ai perma- !

r'busy during: ibrf past week: plao- nent winter. reel eatl. .

: ,;f his orange treea in a better con- ___ ___ __ n __ __ ____ __ _'_ ., .,
$ . To a CeM la One Day
dittos for future bearing the tr ea a
which still retain their fruit Take Laxative Dromo1 Quinine Tab D( J. \V.. SIMPSON VVV VV VVV VVVV VVVVVVVV VVVVVVVVVVVVVWVt .

M and were luxuriating in the aweeu 1ftt.... All druggist: refund the moneyif v
|***'" flavor. ' it falls to cure. E. W. Grove's .4g- DENTIST. ,

/ '.Ma..Omlr. sharp eooounter' again nature Is on each box 250.. tf- .Offio over Onorala I'hcrmeey '

1'' tiorth wind but at prenent' 9'... m. tn12m.. S \ CORRECT IN STYLE i
-serene. Ground Hog OFFICE HouRs: } ,
'l day )Feb. 2i,'.a. cloudy and cool but'not Petition for a Special Tax 1:30 to p. m.

r.J otherwise unpleasant, 'so that ret School District.OP Telephone No. 76 Jun O. IvrF. 0 +r ) -_ 6?
snlts 1qpbe looked dnring'th ;
... 01" ,
DeX'. One of our evident ItTAT; FLORIDA t ......_ . TROMASOPay.iclar aad.Eataeor "

.citizens bale comes to the front' p.... COOUTT .or OeCBOLA. S A pair of.rusty unstylish 'shoos,., jvlll mar A. .;V-
t dlctlnif-tfad, .weather, durloff- the men Jan.1Mb, Itma. : 'g,
wo.weexi, Dia judgment la baaea on a To the Hooorabl. Board of rubllo'tnetrucUoB, .......c. *Pko.. 33. .' 'Y tho effect of the most. elaborate) toilet. With V '
Oaeenla Co, Fla.OemUement Of lc '...... 133. .
:peculiar lowing which the cattle snake fir' "
,: .. 00th. approach of bad weather but We. the raderetrned- respertruTiy'pet1tina: KtllflIMMEE.'; -_ . f-; new g .ti'
i, .o, many signs have appeared And' ymir hn .<>ral>le body to era .'a the folowlBK $
passed without results, that aa the dfwcrtbed tmundarv' aa aa enlargement of our T M. '' RIVERS M.' U. .. "DOROT Y
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.ubll*'hI".lrlet: DODD'S 8
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.:. danger line approaches we begin' .t.oV Be.lnatnnat_aler of.'owMhlpana. whereIt Physician sndSetrlteoe.!! : f \ :
believe that we shall paaa over U in eroane range line dividing M aiin 11.'.rnnnlnir!! : WITH KISPIMMF.E DRUG> COMflNY .

....,. There baa never yet- bee a, due thence re.nnnilna t on std:aoothward!Ilse. to the down BTtailmmee anM rlTrrUiBa river; (.PHONES -Offlce.// lt'', : I: .. \:Models, you need havo'is f)' cuilrioiliincss!! ! of' 0
JMsau In this eectlon'later ban die >in>..r anbarhool dlntrlot; tame. , i'/
..: lID of February and we have no rea- ealet Baalnf>r arbool dlitrlrt Oue line to saga 1j7y., :'\',;...,:,,r c.. "n' I .iJr 'wF',:;"iI'. ".! ,!f' ; :; : your.. footwear. It will Uo as corrVctriii.stylo Jxas '
i (Un.dlv"'ln. M and S5i thence nprth oa '
.\\,( Won will to break suppose the record.that the present.. ,winter I Mia Grant range toll line and to we place will of ever beclaalnav prey etc. .'', D"A"' t' VANS. AGNEW;.I :': ", V, .,. <:)j1z'm''xl j. :'!i"' It "'H faultless In flt,.'. '" ?;;' ''', "';" g .' :

.''-'.:.. 'L. Baaa baa been busily !engaged : .. tbe Basrdcoheree'tletmeetinglureM.rcht' r . \

? ft during .the1'past week la repairing, 4 v William*. L. 0 Tneiblrn(* I I ATTORNEY AT LAW........ I = ; $3.00 AND $3.50. g ,,
f! t, iffiooea i: etc. on the place air prevent "tooxcupied John 11. flaladen. W. R. Uiwlwin.ol . I AND NofATRY PURLICyKISS1MMEE." [l. t' ,
<' by that gentleman. MeClellan <* Ranlvraon, F.'' Oodvln. 4 rrY
A. C. B.... R. A, Barlow. .p .
FLA.J.M. .
: his aide of ; .
"" Broadway W O. McClelland. R. F. John. : DAMN'S..8Dont
r 1mPoovingbls '
#, .: part of the city., W. HA Job"*." Levi I'rmwd*. "" -- .
Sloee.the statute .limitation baa Elmer R. Baai. .I.T. l-rawdy. .
., f I thrown the protective arm of the JAW L. B-Orawdj., Ab.rr Smith.A. E. B.... ., W1L.LSON, JR., w/VVVMVVVVVVVVV, VVVVVVVVVVVVV S. .

'1 around the deer those harmless a 61mala VVJV'VVV ,
.eonalder that Christmas la a Notice tor Tax __ ____..., .._ .__ ___ __ '__'U ._,_____ ,_ u. _,__ .... _. i e_
"t: thing at the past and bare quietly re'Burneditbelr Application _' ? .STATE AT LAROH. j '
(., old habits,' their losses ,Deed Under Section 8 of Real.Estate Agent.

bave' bean very light. when compared Chapter 4888, Laws. KISSIMMEE. '- FLORIDA.. :
to the oaunbet of hunter that bave ,
_ 1 :been abroad and the noise made. of Florida. ..;' .i-j

The rifle and shot fun bare been laid Notice I.hereby. .give.thtt H. M. Pfann and BILL FOR DIVORCE.In Painless
_ 't avalde and the pole, hook and line substituted. Oeo. T., pnrrhawra of Tax Certlfl Circuit Oonrt Seventh Jndlcl OironU PEARS Cure ofCurablePain '
Miss Jane Amanda' ,John rate No Ktl A Sal, dated the Sd day of July IK:, State of Florida.County of Ootottola.
hsflied aldcertinratei I myoceosud
i: and will Drawdjr, sallied out on Wednesday .,0<1.. apptiuatlonfortax deed to Osusin ao- Alto MvOruder. ir. .
"' ? laat and caught 11 good frying eonlanc.with ..... Hnlit.Tertlflcat' embraoeth .. Bill for.Divorce. q INr Never resign yourself to suffer pain. 'Women's'
jl 'alze'flah and the the itmrrlbed umpertv eltualed toOsreols James Hehrj M ::r $ following Friday same evening partyon.capturedabout omJ': Florida. towlt: To JA"M Hrn.T McOeVeg.lIt : \a pains are curable.. They are the sign of dangerous- Y1
Cej fI.-me 1121 embracing n(( : see 17; :
the ffldavlt of P.
:; 6O, so ,that our frame:'diet'" baa and reitlflrate Ll.inbrsctug M J4lee2U, nil In .sotleftorrofor noraplaliiant herein A. VnnlAgnew fll.... $ conditions the female organs, which should be {
,I g( Jbeen followed bythat wblcb, *vejMIder !! .twp t5a rTh.saf44aadb.tnj$ - Dial the defendant 1. a non-reeident of the
6' equally good "' :. : =Lei'as.d. at of tunas" Flori.i.,that Mi .dd.....Pretoria, J. promptly attended or dangerous, results_ will! follow. j .1
> 'b."aoetl nf .
etch nerilflcitte In the
same .. 1p
the of
county Douitbertj, .te 01 Uroivlai and "
\ One of 'Mr. John TIU -
our Ky painters Unknown and H. K. Oraenilile.
; reap ctlvely. that there U no pe..D in the .late of Florida '
BaUdeu, la busy'DO."h. new Baptist. Uele..welde.rllfr.tashell. . redeemed, the aen-lce of a subpoena upon wh.m would 'TAKE '
when tnrdhg to tax deed will Imuf thereon on bind said I
Cburchj completed said church I.wi defvadMBt. and that aid defendant Jd
the l-tb la Man .
I,will certainly present 'an. Imposing ap-. M'llneai rot ofltnlal alirnatare and this the U It over therefore the age of ordered twenlT-one sera do a. .
thut or
pearenoe. ('lIu..J: ] &.day of February. A U 1fee. demur the om"'alnaDI' till herein.answer.IU.d. 1 WJ..giin .'
'i.. .' The patriarch left home E. L. LEt.EY!: on or .before the eta of I '1
on Saturday day March. A. D. 1MKI, \
r-,last for a visit to atoiir fair city he Clerk Circuit Court UvW OacealM HABWEU('nulI'-,". Florida D. O. .!.It.U..1 further<11111 I will o'dvnd be taken that.this.eanfr pub I be Cross IDe fQr i I t'fl:

conlemplates'takinglnTwps ere be! lished In the. Klailramre Va'lejr Oriette, a !
n lh ";.returns.. .-, Notice ta Creditors, Le-gatees<<: newspaper of pult'labed. .at Klanlmram. Cltr.In/Ua I If"-when cooking, you get ti
," \, ; Oliver Bass and family'at present coiintr Oieeola ut of Florida, onoe a I t
residing- and Destributees. work for live ooDnecotive w.""..
lfarcoo results.
paid Whlttier Wilueu K. L. Le.l poor It in
r elerk ot the Circuit ay
\k. a Visit laat week,' apeodl l' tew. days 'j llperannahavlfis''I1a1ni agsln.tthee.Isie. Court, set the j seal of said Court, at the Court .' : IT COMES TO WOMAN! RT r
t: wish, hb father, 4A.. C. LJass. Leigh of Henry, State W. Barber dvoeaaed, late of Oeo< la Ilouae at Klulmroce City, this VM day of Jauuarr not l he your fault, but. / .i.IEI' <
County of Florida wilt the A. I). lllU .
preaeut sine
.. ',} ... w)>P baa been an Invalid during for payment to the nuderalftned. properly. & ,[..*!.} E. L.TB8LKY.: CI....... the fault of the l Whenever aha suffers from.any of woman's bJUng ar -
/''if. portion of ,the winter returned with teated, within the tlm Dre.eribed-by. lawOf By R-JoHMarbM ., D.O. IlIgr> It not only compels the pains to stop but It '0".d weakening pains. ail
the sine will be barred t.
.joem. ">;:1' forever A.Ysns Agnew, Con .' \ ,. The roads are'lmpro"inK t and a' few Admlnlttratrla of Estate NANCY of Henry BELLE W.WHITE.Barber. -: dlents ,your Have used. .the cause of the pains, vhlch prevents them fr .** UP and drives'out t.-

days more. pleasant weather will Deoeanerl., Nonce of Application For Tax .BUY YOURGROHRIES It makes you welL Try It. om coming back.
f render them. quite passable.Mr. _
:" Sold
Deed Under everywhere In
r 8 ojf $1,00 bottles.
I, Joe Williams left '4'
foryonr campYpou Notice, pf Application to Sell ;
; Friday list,.to attend meeting. ,of Chapter 4888. Laws ( '.1
Lands. vrxent vs A ''
fjounty eommljiflooers. Florida. .
l b" Late. reports from bunters. .'para-dlee. Notice 1 b hereby given ihat ..tne nndenlynedRtrdtaUrappoluied Notice la hereby Klven that W. E.' Keen, Of ,us and you will find freely and frankly,In strictest COI'IM"WITHOUT' A PAW;* ;"

,. .seem to Indicate :that .an, lmjx>rtantprise' : : r the Countr Jud e ol pnrrtiaaerof Cert neatenNol.N14ASM,dated everything absolutely' oca, tatting ua all your symptom ami unites Marr.helton., of PopUt& y'
y bas heeD secured the, youngnntgm ... riorlda, will a Duly totbe the EM day of Auaual. A. D. lMIU.! >liai tooublea. WawUl'aaiKl free aJrioa Bluff. Mo.. I cn do houseww kk. t
f '' have evidently. been gatherI'Ing" of the 0. Jonei. Judge of the CinnltCourt filed said certificate In my ffloa: and has made fresh (hi plain'MaIecI anyaiope). bow > my <
; rievrnth Judicial Clreytl of Florida pp'loatlgn for t.> deed tolinuelu aooordaore pure and satis .alth uch before CARDUI. two. .
'-/:11 polDLa"'eon 'ttrateftoi. J njovetoenta. In and, for the C:<.>tnty of Oweola, ai TitutTllle with lair .. cure them. ,Address: Udiw AjMar' j doctor had clone memo rood. 1 can .,
from the old veU.. Florida.,''lr wherever, the said Court may ...., on Bald eertlflealei embraoe thefoliowingdiearribedproperly factory. In the end Dept..Tho Cbattanecva JKatttcteaiy truthfully aay I was cured by Cardu .
1 J :,New, from tbe cattle seem to. Honda) the twelfthday. of February, A. I). altuated, ,In Oeoeola bounty, .Chattallooga.TNI.. *. .. I want 1 "
ranges IMM at 10 a. m for an order bell at private Florida; to-wll It Is. ) tear. a.. .--. tot every auFer1nclatly: to know' of .
9 Indicate that the losses this year.Jbavrtaot salt the undivided one-ofKhieeulh. Intereat of Lou 8 and 4 cf -Mor-k sic MI| South Florida cheaper) to buy this wnnJarful nedldna." } "'
:b '
ward. Amona r. Baaa minor, r
my a of. In sod I'
been ao heavy N. formel'ltb tothe 1R Qot)1paty's.ureeyof Klwlmmae, / ,t,
following. deerrlbed landa-eltuatttd In said ,.The said Un'l .._... the really good Groceries.
t ..... not having been trlalted( by Jack Oountv af Oaeeola. to-wlfcf beinr al date of -

,'...ifcoat in food. "condition for. ....this. ( *.sea- la- Begin Block attberotthiArnrnpvaf!! Let One (i) tne Mn/l"uuC.1I1 Ki urseraud fllCH! !Belle) 8. sc.,,,toe.. name of I ' #
'axmoftke, yea.t .., Railroad KUihteen.UAt' or Uia youth Florida Unless told (NrUneatos ahall be redeemed ae .HOflAN & FLOYD. lot
"/ }The w add dry election l ; Paned"nitMaly KUlnte* CI Company'> alad hence> rVey of the Town of L4ofdfsis, law. lax deed will 1 sane thereon ori Alwoys R '
> aootk 47 o>an>ea,peel h IbJi
: 5114 day of F..brD. JflOO.
v.:ooD.lclerabJedl..t.I.'aoUoD, 1'1' lBetMWK) feet thenee south 4m deirreea, .' & official' :lrDatl"8'; ; and ...t tbl, : .-ememba' the Full Nc ale! .t
WMI 8a
I enty-flf e t 75)) feet thenoe' north 47 de- '
t.d.itteegald.tuth..nou'paymsolpoll .IIaLJ] the 1 Jib day of,/.011II'.v. A. -
D.JWt. "
rreti, weal Niuei,4wo(92) feet, thence nonki . :
tax ,elsu.elour peoplp not U dearee. eaat'Sevenly-flv.' ((74) feet to '
p- .... Clerk ClrenlICebri: Lax.t
baeo to said ofbenlanlDBe -. . .J.
vlBft aocuatomed pay: Oaeenla Coualy "'arid''&. / ve
m BO early,,Jo ,lbs aeaaon. Thirty line of ln Lot at the Twai3)point In of Intenectlone_>f lh..oath By W, e.HARWELL. D.U, : I on.. n. U HARRI.. ( Rromo', Qmnine 4

1 thrown out* Iq .tbla,"crtwlnct 00tldoouR"bui.our Tvwaah.lp Twenty-flTe, tIeoIlo.1h1,(ai) I eetBpa/i (IX Range) la 8UItCl8U..ANDOBNBVAL MBDICINBS, 6 ; f, Ii

: Democratlola Twntyelarht (: I)"a..i and (W an3 hift of Way.of ,. t' Administrator's. Notit fr., OfBoe! Houra, U to 1,4 to a, : ,

orowing- kHidly'r",the I aide the riorlda At acid' Night Midland' of Way Railway and rto! on thence the west.. anorthweaterlT.dlrerMnn 'Alfp reos'betdlag elates dr-'-demanda: upon ft..N: M.:.HBG01H.: .. ' 'r Coln One Day Oip fi irtTwo* a ala
dl'J; Dajorl' ( by oor cltidiffer.- .
'- along said Kltbfot the eatate of Tbom'aa'Bllaedeeeased, will pre- BYB. BAat. NOSE AND' THROAT. ,' .
'.r fir .... 1rI"lst'e11 ilia.... (U> ehetnm, thence la a aonthwee> MOt acme to me for payment,properly' nUeeled. ',OatalaoonrBOto1IbL! : :" 1
.,. '' rl4 eatM..e ,'direction at rtsttt anclra to said Right of within the time prescribed by law or the ' : '
10 a 1>OINt.. \11.-11I Mae o/ Lot 'OHLANOO. r ,.LO"'OA.,'
aama wl'l be barred*nd kitoeraon lu-
tftiisjr watch tare ;
i stay sMMr *). I L .
tie thenee east along.said sooth Hue to- debt.4 to ald ....te will make Immediate jfj
"ydasvRaw .. b oY boa-lnMnt - - ...
: :_. hetdtorfigurerauNt potBt v MUlement, with tbeAdmlnlatnuWe _
} ifiaeaarr JHbVl0" W' "
ylro.dlsy'1.. II MILLE... ._
.. : "-'! 1 X- i ;-, '.)h-" R. PATRICK BAGS. ; / tb4 Edts."tg llbolas; eua.. ,4 0 lTCW'ltDlq of frail aDd winter rllot.h1a. ;'
., iI <' . At OawMlM.,tne eetate ', .... . ,i .1
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I' '\ f':!' ; F,.') '" 'II"" ,1' ... : t J: ' -. .. ,f" 's.j'La roar'. +holos Bge, Wbety j-T Job work ueiiiy'alid i : '{'iroropily' ,
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Next week 'J 'ade the' : -LI .Ifr"i
Zttt6lan.PHON. { ,9fE'Jo' ; "
' Mrs. C.. A. eie JWbit* Jap.., Silk.- from, 30o to too Osceola HICb"School.. '- .... """ .- . :
te 'Orla4t161 per yArd, at KAtl'StWestern ,
NO. If.KVRRY Tu..da1. ). 'ttj
First Grade.1 This class had the ,.
Mrs; H.N. RNWUI'year meat everyFriday tan i honor of holding the banner last week Sale : ;:
as Macdo Saturday Clearance f'
AY the Klsslmmee
:4IRt. (
gbI: . .1.1101'. Tuesday, Company, .Grocery. and DOW tardy pupils are greeted with .
.4. . ,
T Indlgnsnt inquiries by the punctualore 1i'" .
Pt{ w. &. MARP11S."Official .. 'Thone M Me altar. 1o.-il!kI..atthe .:. Everything mutt go to 'tbe' highest *.' ', ,'' "\.'. '

Cash Bargala Ftntlre.MayorAde'iold'haa''been. bidder
vveatfcar R.'p6rt.i connned p. m. Furniture' cut glass, silverware . completed the second reader '*and tar* '

'. .... TsnrATti._W... esmIS.: to his IMMM eMthls week by lllnes and all household goods. low" taking supplementary work. ,"I. . w
{. P. PHHJJPS. The children were proud of being the. ALL WOOLEN ,DRESS GOODS must: be soldregardless.of Ii' .
trMDAV Wv" m r.b. ptk, itM. Splint
GdOds'arrlydng '
first the .
dally at An : to win banner '
KATR'S.Mr Evening with Rlley.-The classes Third Grade. W. are writing to prerious'selling, price. .r
*... Nlr. IL& . in muslo and elocution will give a Miss Mosley again this week: so that ,, ,,
: tl.
un.i. t, and family of recital Friday evening Feb. lath at t-,.
yppeh tb she bow mach have 1m- -
- Lu. a .D. 1....' Saturday 'In he Auditorium for the benefit of may see we '. ,. . ,
.J .: .. .w. ., .... U sews., be Piano Fund. The asual. admission roved since tbe beginning school. .
qa.7 ..w,+i. 9 44 will be charged.F. Fourth Grade The "A" class bas.I. .MEN'S-. WINTER ''CLOTHING 'wilt be '. 1rth- : : '
Irf.y ...... 411 Lhrerte'from ISo to UTOO: per yd. for mastered long dlvlop} ar-d the *'B*. .ld
l ear v...,. 78 7. .7 MI I'.4tbtwalNLl and ultl. ; KATY A. Nichols will preach at the class.can multiply with two figures. put reavd.f its first coat ..toi... lot 'II"<
...4 y.-7 r ? ... .e I Mls. Cornelia Morrison 'nrlstlan'uhuroh net' Lord's Fifth Grade. This class' bas.,the .
-a. .... H -67 'III '* days visiting In spent .sevral la.. m." Subject, f4Co-Laborer. with banner this week Special attentionbeing J
.. week: Orlando lastPhone God." At 7 p. in., "The Man of Gal- '11 ,given to decimal ,
J. A. tlIMPSQN, P. Noe lee Everyone: cordially invited to \ The general orderandciesiwork I, .
your waotii we'do .the'run.. thesis service Is Improving each da/. An of our.Winter Goods MUST BE: SOLD to make ''room for : :'.,,;

nlng. Measra.. Roberts & Roberta. are In Two new pupil enrolled. Spring Goods of which'we, will show 0., fine stock. a
R' )ur rate for-insertion of advertlseLtsamong KISSIMMKB! : DRUG COMPANY. the city for a few day longer. They Seventh Grade This grade is .

{' reading matter on Capt. J. .W,Collier returned Satur certainly understand their business, studying ferments and alcoholic drinks.Anexperlmenl '

li page 1 I. tea eat ptu'il1ne each, it1 day night from. twoweeks'visit at working on seeing-machines! a. manycitlsens was alcubpl'bad 'H.. C. STANFORD . i.
Sarasota. will showing what-effect. on. '
on. now testify. Stopping atthe albumen.. THE ORIGINATOR. 10. LOW, PRIO.. IN kISSIMMIR.. .

Mr. Kemp and little'eon, of Chicago Lake House. ... ., High School., '

are spending some time here, stopping John H. Spark'* show gave two .The.twelfth grade 'will\ soon be In ''Qeo the. Park Over-street Hotel. of Waco, has of performance which .were here attended' last Saturday by, large both and the ellipse mlsterles.and the hyperbola of the parobola.In the interesting the nnmiiwmmmnmmmmmmmmiwtmnmtwn' " ' ','. '" twn" ' _

Local News. been several' well pleased audiences. Th.e show Is study of conlo'sections.. .
days 10.O'O
i with friend: and relatives. one and 'of oon.alns the best many that visits excellent this features.section of The problems eleventh of construction grade are In the Inscribing midst 1: WATERSGARSON GROCERY C.O'j, 1 :

Mls Dora C1lovea. of Chicago, arrived A letter from Pomona,Cal., toagenileman geometrically,, circles within trianirlos E ', /
lint "l"eIi't. spend the remainder In Orlando states that the <.:al- and triangleswithin'circles.., The +.. .r.. AGENTS .FOR- = ,, ,the Tune Orlando. tf of the winter She I la stopping. at lfornia orange crup Isdamaged at least Latin'' work progresseswell in all

hlbe Star Laundry-CITY BAKERY. Mr. C W. Dann's. 26 per cent by the cold. In someplace.* !rl'ade."of the high school. In the JMAPES FERTILIZERS !

Devoe The City Bakery. U agent. tor Uw the mercury went down to .20 degrees composition and rhetoric work: considerable J
FeWfII' gallons; wear* longer; W bite St. r ,...uudrl."he:: brat in the above and fronts. have been frequentall originality U sown.MusicDepartment. ., . .'' """"..
" " af. .
ie "Not't ike Other Girl*," Opera ,Ihat.e. .winter.-Gainesville Sun. :::: ;,,

|>use tomorrow.D'lfb', ". Capt. Cba' M., Frature one of the Notice Is hereby given that ,the tax The celebration:, of Weber' birthday s= Highest Grade-Best Crops-Largest Returns- :: =

irunkSi teleooa.,., dress cult case oldest end.. niost popular conductor books of the town of Klsslmmee will sometime ago was a perfect success.It Their f ; '
H Perfect SafetY' in Use. .
|west prices\ at C. W, D. ni. ( on thevAUantle Coast Line,Is In the poal..l..el1.clu.e on March 7th. Tax- wa enjoyed. by the school very' ,
will .take DOLlce'a d much !' .
city today attending Ct.ur.-orlando ayer govern ? :-
.. A E. :
sir Bearden and J. S. themselves "

tattoo t. ,visited Orlando last Skiur-. Reporter. Western meat Friday and accordingly.' J. R. Gilbert, Jr.Collector . f '- i .qor Circulars: showing danger; Qt 'using Acid, :1 J

every '' '
t, Saturday at the Klsslmmee Grocery == Materials on our light sandy soils, and how great = '
Tou will ave mosey by trading a Dr,'Phillips returned home Wednesday .
Company.; losses made farmers last
Cash Bargain Store. afternoon from New Orleans, ALCNTINESVALENTINES e were, by year throughout a
Capl. W. A. Roebuck has sold his the State. ",
(Mr. James Harp, of Leslie Ga., is where be went to place M .. PbllllpK V == st
entire.interests, at Basslnger Including

+ 1 town on sv visit to his sister Mr*. : In a orlvate sanatarlura. The Docwrt'Pporll
rah Tittum.Pe Durrance.his store and dwelling, to U. U. :' that he has recently purchas* t 111LUU1UliUU1LHUUU1U1U1UU1LUL( l 1UllU1UUiUf1Uill 1 iLtil
We understand k
Capt.Roe.buck ed another lame orange grove near -I
carry Worcester corset at C. wlll move to theast coast. Orhtado. This grove contain 3iHeres ,
Daous. .t", Stanford ie selling all winter goods And bore:75(10. boxes of. fruit the I IVALfNy'IN v

|Mr. Holmes Prather returned last kt greatly) reduced price too make past reason. ant t

\turday from a visit to hi* old bomeCIDWDo room for his Spring stock. Mr. Jack Moseley of Mississippi C., *. CARSON. JOHN M. LEE; N. B. AIt8QN. .:

| S..C. If you'have any laundry to vend who oomp.aDled )by his wife anc :....I4..t.. v.._......,....., ...,....
(Spring Good arrlvlqgdaily at away, and want It "done UD" In good slsurr-ln-law. has ibeen spending a few : : 'I'I '
JATZ'S."Noc. shape, phone the C.\ty\ Bakery.. wnektwith relative!' and friends In I. State Bank of Kissittiitiee.,
,vicinity left Tuesday for Malt. I
| Like Other Girls" at tbe Op- There le a mammoth sweet potato Tend, where theywill -visit a few days Kissimmee Fla.
exhibition the office of Col. P. ,
la House tosaorrow night. Reserved on at before returning home.' Mr. Moselej
Itts at Klsslmmee Drug Co. A. Vans Agnew. It was raised on """""-: -- "
Is a twin brother to Mr. Walter L. ,
muck land at St. Cloud by Mr. Moseley to whom be bears a striking Brightest hues ,PAID UP CAPITAL..a, SOOOO" OO'ATOCKHOLDBRS '
{Lowest prices in Fresh Meat at
Walter Lorenr and weighs Ibs. .
1.1I i Ate at. Mar k.eL. 14J re emblaoce. .' ever seen in LIABILITY.,.a ',..."...,. 'BO.OOO 0:0': t,

|Rev .:-C. E. Jones, of Kis.lmmee. wa the Alt next winter 30 days clothing at unheard will be<-of sold pricesto In TREES: FOB, Kissiftitnee.SweetHearts, . DEPOSITORS SECURITY! : .'u ........\....U 1OO OOO OO 't y;

i Iowa this week shaking hands with Grapefruit, Lemon Lime Kumquat ;;
make for large At t +
room my Spring Careful tor '
Prompt and to all ... f ,
: .t.-
-daufurd: Chronlcle.Buy Peach Plum Pear, Pecan, Walnut giver
tock.: .Now Is the time to get bat
: Chestnut, Almond. Grapea Lombard: . trusted to ..... Excbang good,at all polnta at cheapest f ';
| tour shoes from C. W.. DUD galn H. C. STANFORD. Poplar Carolina Poplar. Cottonwool -- .' .. rate, _-
tUfactlon guarauiued, i iIlls .No. ICttt. All, parties! having stockof Sycamore weepy< wlllowarcph r' f YOUR BUSINESS 'SOLICITED. ,: <-

*. Du"I't\ej'| elocution class tin' any kInd In the .McCool uasture, tree cherry. laureT; 'sedara. erbor\l. jj \
Irlandq will glf> a recital in the, will pJe.-e} remove lame by March 1. tae. palms roses and other i(fine. tree 1 It./

era house at that place tomorrow", ,. I have leased the pasture and want and shrubs.\ Fur prices, apply to ... .
ht. 1 pokealo.a- :byibat date Wr B. HJNTOSI. ,, . Get(j Busy/
,i your hen on Wyandotte Eggs. ? ss a %s s '
I kaanbf per dozen. LKK BANDY. TotlNOr-Wade, the tuner. Mr. Rayner 'Se'1Jds greetings.! =- --e ,
will his round ,here next week ,
Ssocxmes.-report the CAul.' and Order by aaall or sent.: to Hotel Tohopekallga Worcester Mass., 2 & 1906.J 'sOSCEOL'A ,
lirop ding4n large' number down oniis will be Al Dear Mr Harris at''. "
range .. s result of the intlnuedlet ? "Informationat Prices Right ,
tuning 1* Five Dollars each job. I have ; < I
weather Thorousch'uar oteed.Mrt hand that Klsslmniee h4 gone dryon ; PHARMACY.
1 \ ao'ldJBgardle the whiskey and I ball ft Kissimmcc( Drug Co. ,g '
All woolen dress good will be ; and Mr..3,t. Pearce of j Germantt .. question ,e '
with And let the who
*. of cost, at btanford. >>>wbf Pa., arrived un 1'IJeed.1.) delight. people 'lrne: '' :'"
voted dry stand back of marshal Williams Besides out complete of Drug*, Chemlcals'guld. : ,
Ulr spend the remainder of the winter at < .
left l last
L. A. Minx Saturdaybr ) and he w 11 keep it dry. '
,- -- -- --'- Patent Medicines have famous 'I '"it.
Hotel Hotel KIsvimmee sale
KlSBlmmee. .
been now on the
her' old home in Ohio bating Please convey my congratulation ", _.
Wiled there by a. telegram. announcing 1* DOW entertaining quit a colony of to the business men and all others DR.. LESLEY W. WEEDON. "1 :''. *''iWij/fitfis/ '''A'k'fiw If *"-& ._}" ;/.4-:
Le death. of her mother. Germantown peotle. and we under whose effort. have contributed to theii4wu1id :Ji... tr: 'Ii'
land. they are pleased with SPECIALIST :<

Smoke<* Vr (-heir') situation and enjoying our ,mi 'btt'1orce. victory of evil achieved In the, commun over a, .Y.. BAM; NOSB AND THROAT. : ...... QHl ..J

b. Cigar' <90< the market JI"JMjr climate to .the fullest extent.Everything It private no American,National TOILET";,,"1"" "
1( ,
p-ltal. . : i.\
I tgdi la t.b. lat d jtW.rutpoll nju.t; go to the highest May the saloon and all 6f lu attendant Bank Bid g, Tampa, Fla.. '.,
Lxe* la ortlJTi". 4l11 .. bidder Feb. 17th evil f bare departed from KUslmcnee , !.... 'J :r :
Saturday ,
aerware ; ..
; f'QI"fI"pr. ,and may the, prophesied 1 SOAP I r .
I 1 ,_
city-election, wnich will ue FurnitUre. ut.Q'i.:01 I' JOHN OYtERBTReBT' :;; t R;ho"
"bUnd .
le last .' p nj. ,Mger, J'. fuch appear '
Saturday la March.. and all bou.ehold.. oode. .. fall easy victim) to Ui).. uw/ >pjn Neivllofe, Corlet Coon sit Co col* DR. p. P Au.w. of the fearlessc6bd WWIItR. ;
[ ; I s ' customer gets a'-Trial Bar FREE'
|r, 'aL iiann1*. '. Several days since' Mr; Ed.. M. Hurrah. fop a clean Iowa. l :Shop. on very Saturday \ _
Xours _
lnteresbE.H flVV
Allen' famous New OrleansWn' Earnest left beret presumably for "

jtmU wlll.ablblt. here under canvas From Tampa he wrote his RAYNKH, $f fcyotes1 Guns, Pistols, AVVVVVVVVV 3'i:
family him that .
Lit Thursday, Feb. 15th. Two perorinance ,. and those close to -
*-afternoon and evening.,. he was going to parts unknown and 'rltronab'rr. . S6rvlce.aad tJloeplti" Car. E\cll\ ) repaired on, short t f \' '. .,('
and would not;' return. Fifteen or sixteen 6N "" ,, ;;.'
Western' meat Klsslminee every Friday year ago, Mr. -Earnest was clerk ElfectiveJan.. 10th, l&Of), the Allan i notice. ,,1 - "t ,

Saturday at the! Grocery In a store! at. Klmlromee. From there tlo CoastLine will ioaugnrate pUllman guarantee ee work t&give C.: A. CARSON Pr.*l ci.*t.. .M. CegYAN'e.crI:: < Bry. I tr1
Diupany.We became Arcadia, from Arcadia to IIMplnA' ear nervlee! between Jacksnn, We our '. .. #

regret to learn thai Mr. E. S. this place. For several ;year he has. vllle, Fla.. and AUgUsta! Ga. Train) satisfaction or money will be :: :' ?L. :E l. "
>enilor .U again oonflned to his home been at this place the head of the Ed. leave Jacksonville at 8-63 a. m. and : 1
the hope that Earnest Dry Good Cu. Some arrive Augusta at 6:55 m., affording
Illness! and express M. ; p. refunded.We "
7 its genial CUUOIe'D..Doe. will again time lakt"snmrner this buslneis failed. daylight service between the two Co. I
race our street ere lang. The stock: wa cold out and was boughtIn point, Dining tar service will be are 'a.I'o Agents' for, all kinds, Waters & Carson Grocery ,, ;

in by the largest creditor. Mr. Horner operated between Jacksonville and and have the exclusive .
Seed CornEUpeo to arrive Iarlurder of St. Lou I.... Since I this sale Mr. Yemassete! tttr breakfast!. and lunch. of Bicycles, ',. -w.o...... sad ..t ll D .l..r.l.- '
Jthe text fw day*. X6c apeck. e I Earnest ha been the manager for Mr. .Kvehlntf\ trtlni: from, all South Florid Agency of the County' .
with Q. Fi P.rker. '/ItTOwn where Mr. ,connection atJartaonvllle. "I '
Horner His not a points make direct for thefamous Racycles., 'I i iGatalouges --G'RO'C.ER. E'S, .
'Mr. and Mra L. P.. Uughey went, Earnestbas gone.-Punta' Gorda. o Vr... affording' the quickest '
,down to Uradeatown last week to vie. In Times UfrHo. And best service between' Florida and furnished on appU &' -

lit their M. Bughey.: Mr.. - r Augusta.For tlon.OYerstreet: ,

I Uuitney "ws", called home oa Dullness, Rastnger is Booming further' information. see'ticket COUNTY: AGllfTS FOR ':. J
I m U there. agent; or write, i ..
but Mr* llugu: lI I t
WallreV & OYCrs'treetNIsw
Commissioner ;J, H. Basin "J. Kirkland, .
I For the cheapest; meat to. be bad. go irer, reports that olty' enjoying{ somewhat D..P. -A., Tampa, Fla. H ':A\ Y I Celebrated: Fertilizers_ 'I CRATESoTiAiN
I to the real eat.LeK>Om. and saps I ,
of a '
OSCtCOLu MCA'r MARlUT.! rani estate changing<< hand raniclyat --, II".- '-' .I : : E TO.' :.., : ..
The Rev.'Davld D. Kidd will hold -'h )i ; Walter who/lsX. apoLlr Greeter. a4 Price* R '
i tpubllc.hai WHhuelf' drat/n inelfhteeo -,J' ... .
service in the Kplecopal church on V .Psraba.d .. Application.. ." q q
\ : t' .. .
the ,
Sunday next. 'Moraiatf prayer ser- deed to town lots Io pa GROCERY '/11i. \"" Y wHEDES
mar and holt our.munlup- 10jo: fifteen d.1" upoti 'Most of which. the ,
7:30.. eeL. to build. I i. : ;
end at '
sermou 4
e".lu& prayer resldenoei.iglibkway.- We bave. Jut opened up at'l3Ecdr' ;:' Jtl.oc. 11.+ i" FURS'", WOOL: _
"Auction. &**ej Auction Sale!1 Sat- I 1 old stand with t NU tock bf fresh;..' o. ,," '",
Vrdny, *'e* 47th at 1.30 p. m. Entire Aunt' '{qn Sp3a1 I Auction Salel! SatFeb. i -

tlustdold 1(0OO.-DO reserve or u".1', .ijlTth, 1.30 p. m. En limitwill LirebOl1le FANCY_ AND FAMltY OROCERIHSand Cott': 3Prod.vLoe: 'eu 'f3penS ltd': l' ty':
'I1mk'ewr"t.hIDJ will au.UR. dia goods-no reserve or resoectJellv o\lelt share of the public ,
.a ,
P. Pwc ...oever'1blop( : "FD. P. pHIUJps.r patronage free dejlvery to all ,p.rt.a''of $'- s 1y \ '" vNAN.1N.l.' v

'OOold'LeIo will positively beat .. tile city, , "\ ,
Feb. 12Uk, --- -
and Hotel will Tonopekaflga remain a few.da.ool\on >t..' r Like Other Olrla.'In "".06"B COLLIER &' COLLIER "ISWetan .'l .-, )".

,oldsteln i. an eye peoiallst of re- "Not Like Other Girls Oi the play '

o"n,and was here a lew weeks ago. whldh will be presented at the Opera -. .. : \ ''. 'The Ocklawaha' Nurserres "'
Saturday) night, Ii .
L. ,
FOB SA.LJI.-M1! house and lot 'nearJibe House tomorrow ( __ r-;::I ,"
Presbyterian church. Will\ sell' l there. I I. a'mlsterlou' *the murder hero and the . ,. I: J [ -- ... ,,.. ,

at a bargain. J. W. H AMMIBTON.KlsslmuMM play... one- the murderer accuse and 'Io Oran..Orow' .rs rlK tu..LIDh.It trove 16b., ,
*. na.. His b>.,'Just'by.q.
his jlullt. vast to Hod art new utalocIalcJt.
to year *
Contractor Frank. Ba**. came""up! t.J.1 sweetheart.,evidence, however points believes him innocent : :$ell your ,Farm ,orBusiness 'IIb.labeCID4 ned,. for'dl rtbutlola. .e .11.,*." toa4 v rr t

''from Bowling Ureen, where he I* erect-'- ..L the trial. for 0'-1, the e..iop..h.t tb. eUrtu frail IndnMryto Vimaa'l
and .
appears u
'bjC..depot.' Ace .C. It, and his defense and through her power :'Cif"lest Coupoi below'iad iaa. a.,ssu vDe sot put tbls Of!.. .__ . ; '. !... -. sad we bel.. 1 ...w. eM give, bt*.... .. I t N ,. .
'tajed a couple of day gettlntf"maser: \ real mue ,'\' B.W and old |......., Our eltrvs trM are Ike sZMez J. ,, :.ii'
brings tte '' -d i*. s..eduset
nnttllaslnAuenoe .4 nely valasble vartNfes are pfoN.el +
Trial, eto.'lor' a freight dspoaatAlbsoythe. . ( :'and aequitalurlovet: If=ARMS '.CUT' TH'S.'OUrRMS' ,1.ttsL\ lowmbeteonrlrteresttoloeb a th......._..... .. ""L ,, ;
., ResVrved now on sale. .a".. Kilo u.v.yes Yiii decide ..It".at' p.troesa. s. CIS/r dsd5 ,,,
htpea' seat : .
muito '
to ..
Everything tb. 1JMI..tI w.. .. poe. PMels1
'bidder U.foul'da.r.'Eeb. )1Lb. 'aI, .ilmmee_ Drug Co.. .. ,Christie &- Christie t Real ,Estate Agency, 'shoes: we. .'" .tb.Ite.d.r. ,..r y1s114eaa wt.NH.pta.d.L.e '
'm. Furbtture. cui-glas*, ,* rerwareaQd'a'U'hbusehold I Ft .,. ; .' ti . .
i p. For Sal I'. t o Dlsi-Ub.rCb\ h.Vdlew'JecksCeYt. i' awalpr.iy.walt.e -t r'.J' ,

.. Kuods.F : $1,000DwellinglotsoranlMtree I, wad return'' malt'lt: ae'' Blank, aa 1, wlshIdtalis' .p f' .'"
='Dr, K,1'nlwrPS Bearing' orange glove Klndlj, me, by '
,. '. "+ '" treel0 I matter ot>> placing my pawn In your>anda.. t : . 'THEM dCKLAWAHAJIo '-

j"t* AlrB. M{ Mte1W. k8' &D4" dwelling rFV22 ; .. :well......-',. '-. """*. .. .**. f J,...,., '!fo 4'' 'Ie .. '...Ii. ... . w, 08.......PftO TANtl1, + .
>t Sparta. Ga-. ..ho have been ,, : I ..... .. ." ... . ...., 1.I" .. _
."lng < large lot' renting ,;N.. ., ...'..: ,' ''' \ ..10.)1) .I..l .... .1. t'rHt.'S!Af" "," '- "" "r eD."e.1oIIIC' 'v P;. ..,_4
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I CAUGHT BY THE GRIP'RELEASED --- :'''' r- A Crazy cow. STATE PROHIBITION Was haft Drifting LOST 73.Into POUNDS the J'alA? Rta :I "FIGHT' WON BY ;FARMERS,. b

!' .1 re<;II.U'a"(;ate where a. cow; usu or jUtlncy .NicliiMtsa. s That'

BY PE-RU-NA. ''ally 1 extremely gentle- bet demean Dr. Melvlu 'rnee.l'nse Optical Co., House Demands Census CI rector .

or, became suddenly niad, probably 1 Krl< *. Ta.. .writes; "'l'uklntoo/ ninny: Produce Figures of Glnna.ra.Rate
5* ****w it a* because of chewing on, a buckey lS)5 '
Voted South in V6rlt in ; sent
; ef Affirmatively by I le.cil diliiks Now Bill Debated at Length. )
JPteumonia PoiloweV "La Grippe-.- bush, and started In a wild chase home with terrible nttnck of kidney

Pe-rn-n&the Remedy That I after".& Irlend,: of mine. He had a foot Carolina Represen'tatves.QUE nut trouble. I hid( ;'ncuto lu-onscsllon/ -
alble to clear the A Washington speclal'says: The
start and was pan pnln in thee
Brought Belief ulinrp
; 'rr1Ne turs fence before the cow could, reach buck ncadaclics house'i at Friday's session called for

y _tlo'J.IJ., Uan.'*.,'Barneoott.Write< *:. .West. Arlmcr" Onta-j aia him. 'Just as he foil on the opposite . \ and attacks, of dlwliicss. tho estimate of cotton yet to be gin.

;. .Ift .illter! 1. WM III> with pneumonia fr side the cow rammed' the fence ,and TION'UP TO SENATE Q qI My eyos gave: nod, which the director of census ,

after baring: la grippe, 1 tools! J'eruna for I / my ,friend was burled Vy at least ewagoa rM out. and with the has compiled, but which he has no
two month*, when 1 became) quite,, well I load ot stakes!*and riders.' fie/
laosW add ,sleepicfHiicus authority to make public until March.
and A ca say' that any one can *be cured y 4 tt '
by it ins We nad to dig him out aftyr the cow : e't ': of the dis- This .
reasonable tame. and at little. ex8ytemio Dispensaries May Be Abolished Altogether f t r ] action precipitated a lively discussion -
p.nsL"t _: bad cooled somewhat. He was z.t: ; 1
i ease me which
; and a S.tem'of Local Op. -fJ. / upou In petulance was exproafaod -
Catarrh, the Re njt, of La --kj bruised up somewhat, but he"swore ,, 4 1M1" i wasted from 101 to1:2'pounds. that the house should par.

Grippe>* Fe-rn-na Receives Credit he never "feJt) better In his life than uo tlon ,AtJoptedhy!!| :! :the. 'J:. .' At the. Uclpate 4n furnlslilag' information (or '
did with all ot those fence rails. Leflfiltora. ,
plied 1 lime I started unlnrfloan's /
For Preient Good Health benefit of the
..... u speculators tl,
up on top of him.Vhy; he, said, a -' .. .Tills-nii nbsrpss was
Mrs. Jennie W. Gilmore Box 44, White On the other: hand there were nu
Oak i Ind. Ter., writes; \ philosophically that crazy cow Dy a majority ,the house' of; r pro( fanning bn niy'right, kldnpy. .The. Ironj.le members who elated .
that th
"Si: rears ago 1 bad la grippe. which have gored me If she hadn't W1ld sentative of' $out .Carolina 'Friday WAS quickly chocked, however J.ud merous *
t was followed -by-systemic caturrh. iho r. the fence over me; and, that I have substantial Interests of grower, spin-
> passed the which the treatment cured) me, BO
only- thing 1 used waG l eruna and ilana- Jjlorean bill proviaoa -
iii felt so good under! those rails that I IfcOU 188 nor and merchant made-It Imperativethat
liD,. and I have Lava ,in better health the for the abolishment of Jhe state been wl11llIco IIml weigh "
couldn't help laughing, It takes such Information should not bo
last three year than for ;'ear. before. 1 1Ijlll1tl:'
five'' i'eruua all the credit for niy good nerve than you thInk' to face somecow's. dispensary. The new measure provides Hold liy' nil tlolcri". BO cent a I fcox.rostcrMllbiirli :. allowed to be bottled up. There war .,
Lealtb'. for local option in the counties
Orleans Times-Demo .
., : lo.,. Buffalo N. Y. no opposition to tho resolution Oil Its
:PerunaA'Tonio After'La Grippe' crat -that Is, each, county may, have pdispensary '* -
I Mr. Chas.f E. Wells, Sr., Delaware, under county control,' or The earliest known cook book was
Ohio, writes: "After a Suffered Twelve Yean From AfterEffects Venice in The discussion of tho railroad rate
severe attack of prohibition. The high license feature, printed in ..__ "
1 la grippe 1took. 1'eruaa and found it"a, 'of La Grippe. FIQUHE3 WILL, NOT UEJ. ._ 1&754? bill wits taken up and prosecuted with
eliminated to order to the
was secure
4. good tonic.
< i -Mr. Victor Patncaudo. 338: Madison,St., Smith-Short has owed me (CO for of a'bill whlch-would DOCTOR CUREtTcF ECZEMA. vigor throughout the day. So iany

'OIt'Ueotive Medicine Ere Irjed Topeka, Kit*., member of..Knight* and Lay-i five )rears", 4 passage remove speakers) have come to the front on

For La Grip' e.' dies of Security write.1 :had Jones-Well, the longer ha owes It the dispensary as a state In UtuU n. QIaO'fund .J>li-slrlan Cures Hlm.rlf; _Dr.f this measure that the (house agreed to
"Twelve a'aevere attackof
t yeais ago The bill now to the senate
,, llobt. .1* Madison.' M., principal of la grippe and I never really recovered .to you the 'Better off you are goes hl.lltrSayat"Vutiburalteiu.dle. meet 'at 11 o'clock hereafter!" until
hV. Cullowhee High School .lOter..N. C..-f. but that body' has bill of Its own '.*
and but
my cealtii strength- grew weaker Smith-Ifow do you figure that. t I'oasitaa the debate Is ended. The feature of wl
Chairman .
of. the Jackson!
I? County Board of until 1 was unable to work. for tho retention.ofthe
year which provides
every!; face afflicted with eczema in
Education. )lr.' Madison says: "I" am "Two ago 1 began ' 1'eruna out? "My was the debate was the lengthy speech
k, hardly ever without 1'cnina in try' home. ...'l. It built up my strength so that in a Jone..As It now stands It amountsto state dispensary under new form the'year 1S07.: 1 used the Cuticura llemedios of Mr, etblcy of' Pennsylvania, who'

It U the meat effective medicine that I vu]>le of months 1 was able to go to a dollar a month In ten of management.The and was entirely! cured. 1 am V praytioingphy.iciau ,
ban tried for la ; arraigned tho legislation with arguments !
ever jipppe.1 work pod often prescribe
Mra. Jane Gilt Athens, 0., writes,. "1 again."Thu winter 1 had another attack of I. will be. only 60 cents 'a. month; In matter Is engaging more attention Cuticura lle.olv ot and very\ Culicura Soau:: in of ,varied character all ot r

a bad la Knppe. very bad. My husband grippe but Peruna aoon drove it out of twenty years 25 cents a month andso than any.Other- matter before the i casca cf eczrma, and, they have cured which tended to give his reasons 'lot '
bought reruna for me. In a very abort. my_.)'.tem. < on down the llne.- -Colum.bus Dis general as mbf'To forecast the I wlicro other formulas: have failed. 1 am +
time I saw improvement zed conaider unalterably opposod to the
war aoon .))1 wife and 1 Peruna a bdlng
able to do my' work." liotuvhold! emedy." patch probable action ot*the senate on the not in the habit of; ,cndoriipit patent. medicines

,Morgan hill would be the merest but when 1 find remedies. possessingrue. bill. ,

Noiftenenervoa. guess work. As "eietor stated he ( merit such as the ''Jutipura J:4wt'd.u: When he charged that the legislation .
FITSpermaaeotlyoU do, 1 am broad-minded enough to proclaim waa'spciallstio In Jjs nature, and
.I ness after lint dftr's use of Dr. Wine's Great would not.attempt to forecast thecae t
world. 1 have
I heir virtues to
7NCHEST&R. Nerve AMtorer,eitrlal bottle andtraatlsefre was a step towards government own
931 Arch St. Phtln. Pa. tloa of the higher body "until the vote been, piacticiiijt medicine Sor sixteen; : years,
Dr.K,H.Ki-m! ,J-tdU,_ . ership and the dream of Bryan and
was. taken. mid must say I find jour Itcmedies A ..No.I. r

'Tbe tail of the Borelli comet la estimated ! lIt,.was rumored: In the lobbies, however \'PII M. atrlibrrty. to publish this let. Hearst Mr. James' Kentucky asked; ,,
' REPEATING to be 8,000,000 miles long-: for the right
SHOTGUNS I ter. O.'jaber.\ M. U, lug L'eoi.M.ds. what the reason was
,. thati U organ bill at tnls time
+ No matter bow big the bird, no matte bow heavy Ite Jay :21!I. 1303." .about face of the republican.! party tIn
plumage or swift Ita :
i IlIe"t c.a brlac It eo bag. wltla e long atron., .trallht .1I00tlne A tiaarmnMod Care For Pllea.itebfnc had a majority .
ttftacbaat.r Repeating Shot&'\ b. R..ulta .r. wll.t co.It. Tbe alw.ya 1 ', Blind Bleadlao. Frotmdlni( ; Pile*. senateAs' .t e bill will hardly be (\.1... calls (or 43,000.000 Jon of coal I the direction of the DryaD loader-
p. the btuC
dt r..ulta (0 1I.ld. fowl or trap. .lIootinc aoeS are .old.within DmBirlstf are.anthorleed to refund mooerl! ship.:
'" mash. of wsrybody'p pocketbook. PacoOlatment falls to cure in Ito 14 4&yl..1oo.! up In the' senate for a week or ten this, ) "Mr. _____________ vTenor.
FREE: Send...*end vtdrtu<*I a postal card for..,. terft IllmttnUi eatalorn. j days It Is' Impossible to say what tho '. Chi-rokee lininxdjr of Hwe..t Gum "1 will -gracefully' ,.Iace.tho responsibility

is 1UJltIIUTU KrEATlHB AiMS CO.. HEW HAVM. COHH. There are 8S40,7S9 negroes in the United that and Mullen In Nuturn'a: great r.medyCartaCoughs on my colleagues of broader
at time.
senUme be
.;f< ". ." ,.. ', States. 'IRobbed ;:may ('ol
  • . Croup and Consumption! retorted d Mr. Slbley and
    >< fhouldors. :
    f' '. ,,," .\ 'r. ij*>>2",. V". _< The Morgan bill Is lengthy in detail, and all Ihront and 1 lunir troubles. At 1rue--
    $1 tffr/ ; f;.';"' 1. I In Chareh. trials: 2&c., liOo. ami .1.00 for bottle when Mr. James who Is Quite bald,
    ; .. j but the .more important features are
    ( teat think what it i. to be down"lIhltltlng 'ad: Mr. Sib-
    1fi t. t. j an outraro nut bin Jl<
    : g robbed of all 'benetiU of the _mee.b that tb'e' present dispensary restrictions '- 1
    continuous-couching throughout the which provide that liquor shall Wor'ld'. Wealthiest Country.In ley.remarked to: the great anu"emen.tof '

    L eontremtion.when Anti-Unpine ia ", .ran. sold in less than half tho half a cunlury from 1SGO to tho. house.: "Don't shako jour gory ,
    CABBAGE Plants! CELERY Plants! iced to rare. Sold everywhere. !S3: eta. not be quantity .

    Tr an..nk."hot. garde.planu.Ona' now Mralah all kJDuot".bb..e. 1"". VV. Diemer, M. i>.. .ntan.factarer, pints no sales after sundown; nor 1900, when the population of the locks at me.
    .. ) planta. trowa tube open air a .l will aland Kreat": ,, :\: Mo. Increased from 28.000 i "Oh. tho gentleman's hair Is nearly
    '_ 1. d :: : Springfield. I'nllol Stales
    s L emsliof the rouct relUule. . ; Ue uaetheaame ptaata our drinking on the premises are retain
    .I (DoiiwnSaaretryfeKfarra. Hianu earefully counted and proprrl, ;?peak-" world will hold ed. Counties voto 000 to TG.OOO.fXM, or multiplied three os absent as- my own," responded.-?>Ir.
    led. t-elery read last of Deo. Ut-tiuoe. onion and Itowi plania.aaroet The Inrgnst safe in.the may immediately
    t tlmeorearller. aeduo.d.p..... KateapromlaedwhlclrwheDeirectlre.l .. $10,000,000 in uncut stones. for "sale or ho sale" on petition of and one-third tlmy.-a rata'of Increase James.Mr. .
    + { l will give ua so per....n.. 1...than nit-rcnindlM ra.... Pnoe aniaU low other
    '!DUperthouiand. ..nttl.'II&o.I.I/I..r'b"U"DI.I'.O.:/ II. M<-|. one third of the qualified voters, buta fdr.beyond: that of any .' Sibley said he would advocate
    G Batla. LO. : ; ::': '. rpnuad. To Cure Cold In OneTake Day llntry-lls wealth eXIandt'dfrom niembert' ot "'
    t.I.'u"'r the
    O. 8: .. U.Wrtmeeteeglaa0ed Tjixatlve Promo Quinine Tablet', vote cannot be had oftener than ev< great larger salaries for
    an ."II"Hm..n.alll..u..n on ourrarnia teat all kludtof 000.000,000\
    f to
    veeetablM/.eipenlallr Cabbeirta. The reiulM of we will. be vl-aaed to Druggist refund money If it fulls to cure. E. cry four years. No counties which 17.000.000,090 the Interstate commurco commission
    _",.,"'a&._, .._\_.. rekpeeUullr. ,-&.M. IILITIH: COMFAMT, HE6eaE'4'T... .. (1. W;:OroTe'sslenaturoou: each box. 44e. being multiplied!) moro than thirteen and would content himself with voting '
    have voted out dispensary-sixteen .
    In Paris the &vcralleprice pUN milk times. No oiK'r country closely apjiroochos agaln.t'"tho bill. '
    PR.ICE.OJR 26Ctr la number-tan vote ,for ;iale
    the Unltol I States In w !alth.
    AITIG'RIPINE'IS 1.38.8 cents a gallon. or no sale" tinder two yoars from the From The nlost trustworthy data ob- A speech by 'Mr. lleflln of Alabama '

    ''FO THEGRnN > Itau cured' la SO minute. by Woolford's passage of the bill. t&lnablc. Oils Is Jiow tho principal) also, favoring the bill concluded the
    ONE CAY Sanitary Lotion; never falls. ,Bold byDrnitgists. (jar'. .debate. '
    i Mall orders promptly filled ,,4 The chief reason/ for tho change Is rouutrlea bland ln-1905: _'__ .
    o by Dr.Detcbon Ciawtorda'l'lUe. Ind. ft. the alleged( corruption which has been Spain . . . . . . ... ''t2 000.0000U0) ; ) Director of the Census 'North was

    IIE GRIP BAD COLD, HEADACHE AND NEURALGIA. the United : unearthly;}! by the legislative: Invest( Italy . . . . .. .. .. promptly notiaod: of tho passage by ''i
    I won't sell A BII-erlnlne t a deajer who won't- n' i-* It. The totnl number of men in
    Q SO Call (or roar JUUK&V UJk.CU. IV XTDUKS.N'T t. States military service u 11,126: ,: gating committee which bas just been Austrla-ungary . ,'. :ao.OOO.OOO.mii the house
    M .... ir.J>., Maantaoturer. Sm-lnejH t<*, JU.j 730. granted enlarged powers and which Russia! . ., . . .. 3 ,000,000,000( sentative, Sims of Tennessee calling tY i

    AT TIIJ6 CAPITOL .Bewmr of Olnttnke.t For Os>ta>rrtk,That. promises to bring; out even more sensational l'anco _. . .."." . . . 45,000.000,000:; for statistics of the census bureau on I

    CoDwl., evidences of graft. harmony .... . . .. BO.OOO.OoO.Outi the amount of cotton remaining un
    First Senator
    Doorkeeper- Doopoo
    sereuryw1Usurelr datroythesenoro: United Kingdom . . 5,000,000,000 1C. In anticipation
    .. ginned on January "
    IL: tells'me to Instruct the boys not to smell completely deraniie t be wholey.-
    ON United States-. . . . If5,000uwpuuWealthier \) > i ofsu'eh ..action he had already''
    send la any: visitors' cards'. tern when aterina it through the muaou
    Second Doorc.eeper-WODder) why -. ijuouaxtlolesshould nerertoeused< than the two countries. begun preparing> I tho figures.
    .exoeptoapr.aoifptloa.from reputable phy- toe United Kingdom,: and the cuiplrt
    First Doorkeeper-Maybe he's'' ez ..01....,as the damage they will do la tea fold French Official Continue Taking Inventories , which' standnearest 'tfilVtheJUnltedStHtesJIs t
    of Germany ,
    k pectins a "call'.from his niutankeroua to tttB good you oaa poaiilbly dart,. from of Church Property. COURT ORDER REMOVES GRAVES ,
    them .Wall's Catarrh Care maaufaotured I | | :jjapldly::V\,Increasing . ', '
    ,' ; '
    church ; ;
    Parisi i special The i $ r'l / -" '
    friend. A : ; > .
    says ; 'i'wv.
    nations' I
    ctV: 0 by 1/. J. Cheney A Co., Toledo 0., contains Its lead"bverfptlier. -
    f. mercury, and la taken Internally, aotlnj of fit..,Plerfe.du I Ores Calllnu.waa the I SauatiimnfaUaix**_ aPlm ''**,8 aS M ?J5Mfi!! !I Injunction'D.prives, Edltor'ef, Atlanta dtilzaNews

    11 FOB! 'MAN Ftao's Our cannot M'oo m""air spaKsm otliaooQchear dlreatlyeponthsblood and mneouaanrfaoeacfthesyatem. only one where'an inventory hod]been {l. +,r-HisvJob. l";
    .-J. W. O'Buax, SMTalrd la baying HaU's Catarrh Core HI. Source of Supply.? .'
    fu 'AND BEAST. AVBBuQI.. Mlnn oUs. Minn..Jan.e.IWX been yon get the genuine- It la taken Internally ordered to be taken Friday in accordance At Atlanta,.Thursday night Colonel

    -_on and mad *a Toledo Onto, by. If.J. with the 'law providing for the "Tbr..t-'ll1ger> Sam has the most E JjQba, Temple Graves was removed

    .KILLS PAIN Hundred. of mi Mona of aanJJy 11- : ,Cheney A Co. Tettlnpnlaistree.' separation of church and state. The wonderful line of talk .that ever all from the position of editor-In chief of T

    .I' spent. -la advertising.- ,. .. 8014 by.Hall's DragglaU:family; pro PILL for 7to.oo.p.r.Mlpatlon.bottle.'lake authorities adopted rigorous measures Crimson Gulch," said Flute Pete The News by a petition- of Charles

    .AND DESTROYS, three Blood. Sklsi Tneb[... ..-,Bled to repress disturbance by Catholic's gloomily. "1 feel that Ignorant I'm Daniel, granted temporarily by Judge r.'
    GERM ..1.... -Blood P.rle.r hue.U NOT AH'( ARREST BUT A 1,1:4CUE> who, gathered at the church. uha.aed to converse with hIm. rendleton. Mr. Graves was com*
    ALL LIFE "You arrested tor tfiriklag "
    were answeredDronco'Bob.. "H
    your blood.Ii Impure;thin, diseased. ". The prefect of police, M. Leplne "Yes ivanded to appear.. before the court
    bloodpoison .
    hot or fall of humors. it you bare your wife takes an unfair advantage. There'ino
    ; oanoer, oarbunolea, eating /sorer, "No Judge" answered the urn thrIce summoned the congregation to use o' tryln' to keep up with bin: t'ebraury 12';. to .show cause why he r

    ( CURES RHEUMATISM1] sorofula,eczema,Itehin bun*,rlainga and, oataxrh lumps,, worthy specimen of manhood who was open the inside gates"which the people In Western slang. He reads all then shall noi; b* attached for contempt of
    s abby, pimply akin pa4na' refused "'
    ., .. rbramatUara, or any blood or akin d......, on trial "I had made a pass at her to do. ,FIremen were cowboy novels the New York pub court I a

    ., f ,WONDERFULLY;. .take Botanlo Blood Bali (B. B..B.) _rd- and she, was just reaohln for the then ordered to t-rce an entrance Ushers are put tin' out."-Wavhlngtor This startling: development In The 'r' iji

    'j .PENETRATING. I IDS to tUr Uona. Soon all sore heal stove lid when the officers came and using their hatchets. Stan Atlanta News embroglio followed the i '
    aches and pains stop, the blood U madepure eOVER I
    I 1; 'A, COMPLETE and Hob leaving the akin free from took me !In charge. 'That,'wasn't an : : suppression by injunction of an editorial

    very. eruption. an4 giving the nob glow\ ot arrest. That was rescue."-Wash. WAS "DAFT" ION SHOPPING. SEA HABIT written Thursday. afternoon by ,

    '4, MEDICINE' CHEST.' perfoot health to the akin. At the same legion Star. .' Dln r.._ OB Tlil Side Ins Tf atar. Mr. Graves, then editor of The News. 3
    time, B. B. B.:improves the digestion,cures (
    : Goods
    1"0: dyspepsia, strengthens weak kidneys.. Just Unused Plied to Ceiling In s

    I t.' Mo.. *,. 28p., 500. ., and. S I, ..00.f the medicine for old peopleb TURNED ABOUT. "Home of Myatery" In Brooklyn' The persistent ,effect upon the heart EXPLOSION WHELMS MINERS. '
    .... .Dr. EARL. SLOAN, them bottle' \ : ..$1 Reid-How your Mend Shipton has More than $150.000 worth,, of goods of caffeine. in.coffet* cannot but result
    .f per large with 'changedt! He used to be so communicative In the gravest conditions In linn.
    elS Albany St.,Boston; Mass. cure. Sample free. and prepaid ting bought In four years of shopping In Each attack of the Many Victims, Supposed to Be En-
    w.ii I Blood ':Balm Co.. Atlanta, Oe you know.: New York, piled unused In rooms closets drug (and that
    I trouble ands madio&l advlee also Greene-Isn't he yet? means each cup of coffee) weAkens the tombed In West Virginia Pit.
    sent in sealed letter. B. B. B. !. eapvaially himself right and .balls, nearly filling a largefourstory organs a little more, ipd the end is A terrible explosion occurred. about _
    draws !
    be i. advised .." chronic, d..p-. atated eases of "No why brown stone mansion In "
    almost a matter of'tnathemntlcnt dem 5 o'clock Thursday afternoon in what "
    Impure blo Brooklyn for nineteen
    'Ifx [ flu [ u after all elair falls. question him." lay 'years on- onstration. A lady writes. .from a Is known' as tho "Ball Knob" minesNo

    A aM sole by .n., "He's turned turtle has he-"-To* .heeded. Western State: 2, one of the operations of the

    The Indians .bf Klko, N.v, have',abandoned , keys Statesman. This was the result'of the search "I am of German descent and It was Red Jacket Coal and Coke company;

    Hanres. ---- ... of the "House 'of Mystery." NO. 17 natural that I ebouidcorn/ at n very near belorme Mingo county. West

    . State street Brooklyn. It tells of the early ago to drink coffee: Until I ''was Virginia. ,

    mania of Mrs. Cook King who died twenty-three fears old I drank scarcely
    A force of men were at work. to r
    two weeks ago In a Flushing sanitarium anything else at my meals. '
    II the mines at the time of the explo2slon
    tbere'a and It explains what became of "A few ;years ago I began to be :nf-
    and it Is feared that other
    'I. fected .
    ( Doubleace saVed a part of the $300,000 estate left by by a steadily Increasing nervousness
    : to .
    money: : which eventually developed Into victims will be found when the work
    il her husband twenty years ago.
    : t every timeyou' of begin.
    a distressing heart trouble hat made ,. rescue can

    ; buy a pound of Good Luck Bakjngr me very weak and miserable. Then .. '-..

    :, ib' Powder rprice only 10 cents per can." THREW WIFE INTO 'HOG PEN some three years ago, was added "

    Saving This is the.purest and most reliable arti* asthma In Its worst form. :My suffer- .MARINE MEETS STRANGE DEATH

    e cle on the market.. Strength never varlet Crazy Kentucky. Stockman Make. Ingi from these tMnxs. can be better -
    Every good cook who tries Good Luck be- Mincemeat of His Better Half. Imagined than' described. Honorably Discharged from Navy Hit

    comes a steady user, but vre couldn't: sell such Frank Leonard, a rich steekinaa "DurID,-all this time my husband Body .Is Found In Trunk. 't '

    :? ,* enormous quantities if we tried to make too became suddenly Insane at Danville realised acre fully than I did that The murdered body of Walter P. '

    *. much profit-therefore 10 cents a elm ICy:, Thursday afternoon and picking coffee: was Injurious to me, and mad..ftl'J' Poison aged 26 years, discharged/ from
    l e I A wonder of modern merchandising is up an axe began chopping his wife effort to make decided me Mop."Finally the United States marine corps Sat-
    : was a few months ,
    .,. In the face. Inflicting tea horrible urday last after aa.Honorable servlca\
    ago, to qolt the use of coffee- absolutely
    bad fallen to the of-five years;. was found Thursday '
    : gashes. and
    to adopt Fostum Food Coffee
    t. :GOOD L floor unconscious; he threw her Into our bet table drink.! I had but little as packed In a trunk at Norfolk Va. .

    UCKPowderf an 'adjoining Jot with the' bogs. Idea that 'U would1help me, but con- Charles T. Taylor, aged 23 )years.

    - 1"t She was rescued frqm the hungry seated,to try IT-to please my husband. with whom Dolson had been roominghas :

    /<" f beasts but will die of the wounds. prepared it very carefully exactly ac- fled. Dolson had upwards of 1300
    ......,, Iwcelvw veefat and
    'iJ;: yoa elegant premiums lot aer Leonard fastened himself inside the ee'dag:
    % 119s.Gao41iackco.pos.aotioe( picture below). ands house and waged war with officers .*<*lt* Its delicious' flavor and reJreshUfr U of. hi. money was gone. ..
    + b Thus 3Ga .SM every CIPoD. Many clevcp "' F
    jDonpon women and neighbors, for two hours before equalities.
    ;,N.esig' to farsilsh ,their homes and obtain handsomejlsr finally" overpowered. "Jwt so soon si the poison from the Bo TON PRINTERS .ON ftTRIKE.
    he was
    r t ; > of Jewelryor thsMasclves, all from U aa coapona.OthMteUsv .: ceffeebad jUae to get out e( my system ,

    /. 'powders' clalmlag to be equal to Good ALLEGED EMPTY BLUFF. the nutritive properties ot the Postum Two Hundred Walk Out, to Enforce .

    "; j,Jerk oat m ail,and heist yon no prcalaiina, eJthatf.k& .- bSQan'to baud me up and I am now ,r
    (1 ..--:--. tally recovered from all my nervous.. the Eight-Hour Agreement.:

    Aslgyo.rgreoatorsn..Ilh.WunIkplow. : _,..' ... President' Accused of Backdown Aden* ness,kcart tro)Je asthma.- I glad. ,A atrthehas, been declared,'by the
    j h. Mil few. Rate MIL ,.ly ackmowUdge now for the first book and: .Job printers In Boston )[a...
    4ffi'J .""t' '2JIIC .__ .JIG. CIO..: 1 i Cut. tube, "car'coupon ,a.. .1' tf ;Washington: dispatch .says. : 'Pro+ time Ja years. I eajoy; perfect health sgataet h

    .& J.atfc / '- vr --afa : .. Ident '.;announcement""that *..* that:; J' eve ir'an'toTestum." ::iA\\ firms ,c that: bTe'cl; aois

    _**>Afia 1/ .. ""''I :from.bocfc I he' Isnot .flgkUng"the.senate'on; the ,Nante.,rlvsn by rostam Co.,, Battle ceded, to '.the '.demands of J.tae Typo.

    ,.. t..v "".1. :r: c/can.; 1 t railroad !question is coutned'a.. a dis. Creek, KJ. Ja. _ graphical'Union'for' an efght-botit' da,...

    ,1')' ... "I i ".t .tlnet-.backdown. from, the 'president's ,' Tine'!. resaoL 'Bead the' little It Is; estimated that 100 journeymenquit .
    book, -Tbe Bead fc*"" .I1911l."in
    4 avowed attitude' as represented by pkgs. work. 'About '75 printing firm: /1
    .J i met who have been claiming to have Foitnm :Food Coffee contains no into t1( .'
    .t drug. ( air-agreement to, ..,. .k

    .- .. .1'"i....... . .M--t/f'.r ...... '" Ida authority. for'.*etl" statements.I .' _, "any, deacrl .dea. whatsoever. : oppose 'the demands, of the,:pHi ters,3A\\ ; :: !
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    'U, L'1Te accusation, rest<>r.' him' 'fourfold.ero. .-', '' -

    t How. can a main. who shows such:> **** GREAT ,RAILROAD SCOOP.
    to the
    told to a.1 "' 0"1 POOIS( who rettore. four-,' Illinois Cntral,-th" Big Central MI.
    -SCHOLARLYSUNDAY frERMbN 8* bad' PeopLe'andubaaa.Jesus'mistaken .
    IIave the .
    THE REV. DR. R, F. .ALSOP. *his character .I alpPI Valley System,:Taken Over
    Is he a mis .
    .f! .," ; : . judged.and Unappreciated man!, ,.... by 17 Harriman Interests.......
    ,- f Not ;''* "do r read 'the-,atory. The 'Y
    ....Itj .I' anB d ai Ana..,.;.. wotdpWhich sue are thliklnr df *re: ,, ,Jewi "
    not fuh, eaiVrt0 describe M
    has beta. his do not set .forth what since the Northern Paclflo and Great'Northern
    habit his
    Brooklyn, N Top-Dr.; Reese V. l1sop .lag; they"are the announcement manner of of llv-a roads Jointly :took over the r ....

    of St. AaV-a >. ', suddenly Burlington '; about 'five t
    ctor M. ;Church. Brined purposeJVnd?that-! stem, years % - -
    II'1 !
    cached Bllud.,: rooming "Graft. purpose", as we shall see/ presently la : ago. became own.ln. New York Sat '

    rnclent and :Rodent" His text was the natural reaction from whafhave'th. '; .urday.' it was learned that a deal. colds
    om Luke' xU:8:: : "Behold, Lord the up to this time tile motive and which will\ bring the Union Pacific To sweeten, Dispels, and t

    jf| of my goods I give to the poor, method ot flue life u
    bid It I' have taken anything from things justly hu done all these bad I and Illinois Central railroads together To reiresh headaches, fWtoii. ' .
    by man by fake accusation.-I-restore won tae.xxllum that be I ender one management I\.al' been poet ',,,

    jliu fourfold. Dr. Alaop'aald: enjoys, none the logs Jesus. sees In him t llpvely fixed. a '
    We have In these days a curious use possiol'lum. of amendment and nobll- First knowledge the big .transaction II t To 1 e nse the bilious or .constipated t'i
    the word graft: lty and call..Jllm'
    f down
    the gar.. from the tree was gained from the statement .. ,
    Jener would timid It a little hard to tin- OIl which he has perched himself to
    rstand, bow ft came to have the mean. become his guest. This condesoention' of a prominent financier who said that system ;

    h* thAt U.ha.. yet It ought< not to be involves an interview' and an Influx: oC with Its profits' !more than $100.- n

    btfloult to explain. He sets into some the personality of Jesus upon hl. soul.. 000,000 growing out ot .It* InvestmentIn For men.women
    hant a- bud or a t.I&'and'by Tfcls brings about a tremenddu Effectually
    : and by revnl-; Northern Pacific and Great Northern .
    \ grow ,Into time.plant Theft it lives 810o.; The reTul.lon'mL.Y perhaps be"t shares the Union Paclflo .
    a certain extent Its own fife, bears he be-not end found of a long,hi slow process.. Has bas purchased 62 per''cent of the .andGently ;, \ and children; .
    j own fruit drawing tbe whUtS:"-.p, that riches 'after all

    urlshment. vitality: from the plant did not per him for the loss of his own, capital stock of the" IlCnoleCentral. ..,: ... .
    bto which It hat been grafted. It be- peace of mint and f<:?' the hate qf the. The accumulation 'ot the latterbadbeen :

    kmes. therefore, the figure of a thing, community in which Le lives, for the gradual he told extending over'a ;f' : ,

    bat draws that something else with corn of a whole city Has he not period of two years As'the Union ,
    bleb It 1* connected tha t' which found that after all his wealth did not .
    It & .
    Pacific had needed to take is
    over There ActS Lest
    xfg for Its own purpose. Bo the habit satisfy or make him happy T That tu:. Illinois only Oft.
    sin ot its purchases :of Central It bad
    drawing off for private uses some- acquisition was like a cankerat )
    ling that, really' belongs to, some oneewhetber Ita heart sold Itortdern Securities or NorthernPacific'and 'r one Geiraino the kidneys :

    It. be a government a More tban.ths.! when the light comes Oreat Northern stock In

    ipnrUncnt, or'an Individual hea.come_lit bring out the dark llaes. .Like a the open, market. k Syrup of-Figs and liver
    be called I flash of lightning; the. of ; _
    i graft The use, of herd Chriet presence The same authority;;.stated that the .; II
    U peculiar-, our' times illuminates his past; and lust as V' ; .
    own. ::
    he thing1 which the word Indicates I I. Peter, when lie reauied the divinity Union Pacific,Borne' ,time ago took over, to; get- its IJenestomach and .
    k'"f as.old a* history. .Something\ like of his Lord cried, ,'Depart from me. an the thin% Central I stock ,owned 14' .' .- '

    we find In"the story.1; of him who for I ami I sinful I man,' O Lord," ao by1 the- Railroad'-Securities,f companya ,' 1r 4 ficial effects .bowels :, .

    kirns our attention this morning. Zacchaeus feels all at once the enor- New' Jersey corporation'organized 4 ;.
    we'or three mity of his sin. It stands up In strong X-fii
    come out In our by Harriman Interests for the purpunvof /
    _.'..of Zacchaeus.Klrst relief against what baa been bin ma a- -
    -lie was .In a dangerous'' ter passion.. hi* greed In an. Instant owning and holding Illinois Central I tffc-i Always buy the genuine i-Manufactured by tbs
    ems he share There Is record' ot the
    yment It surrounded him, with sees tile turpitude, the ugliness of no t z
    nptatUavr; Its u uat'.tallllard of- j(hat be has been doing; What he has amount of these holdings; bat they

    Jon< was low. Its.prevailing habits seen'before .dimly i* now emphasized. are known -to.'be very large'

    0ne.of wrong doing, it was a stands before his mind in clear, strong 'The New York Herald of Monday :
    rae of tire .In. which lines.; lie 1* In the' light and all at ,
    every day one the (
    once mlglityresolve'seiBes him Io printed following: D1AIIx
    uld opportnnltks
    aye ef getting,, gain I learned In this that
    d take 4hem. Both Insiders and outs will break with his past will give up "It was city
    Refe tok for granted a certain his besetting sin; yea'will with all his there are many Indication that tho
    k> tgeasof.pilferin might battle with Itr. Just as in Epbe- Illinois Central railroad has been acquired -

    Mr Jerome La lately been holding sus. among the converts of Paul, those by Interests Identified with the t otitsville.K, SAh i' tticlscalCa1. .. .
    1 who bad been dabbling with magic.
    to the ridicule y RewYbdUtY. .
    of the. public- them Harriman party. It has been known i
    that there brought their book to burn; Just a* a .
    such a thing as drunkard knows that If he 1 to follow for.some time that the Illinois Central I "
    nest' .7 The d Is for sale alT first-class
    &graft by which' 1* meant OIKjtunltles this genuine Syrup Figs by s
    Christ' he mast dash the cup' forever holding in the hands of party .

    ke. advantage which of their come knowledge to Insider and, to from his lip, so Zacchaeus forms and have been figured as.high as 160,000 drtfb b".",, The full game of.the. .companyCalifornia '.. t 4---

    I others' Ignorance to make great his announce his purpose.. to break with shares of a par value of $16,000,000. Fig Syrup Co always printed on the front I /id
    greed .
    ftt.. The employment of Zacchaeus According to statements made by persons of Pry
    re such This resolve'includes two things. every package. Fifty Cents per bottle. *** KI.*
    opportunities and meow liken First-Generosity.' "Behold Lord who are In a position to Inspect
    Were expected to\.thtr in .coif the transfer boots of the Illinois Central -
    Intly what the half of my good, of my Income,
    was called perquisite of -- -
    Proposition. Just as a custom lator I gtte to tne PO t." there. |Ia evidence there that goes ,
    Notice the proportion. Moses asked far toward confirming the story of the In Her
    1a supprcd to look for and to Snuffbox Stockjng.) DATE ;EM
    at least one-tenth. Add to that
    lit for a fee. or as a policeman whoa merger;" It was a sunny day and several passengers -
    mends for and
    public requirements afifth
    district like the Tenderloin I. I on the ferry boat were sitting .' 64
    was r-ach"d. This man pays .
    posed to be waiting and ready ."half" Compare that with the gift CHEATED.. OP TEN 'MILLIONS. on the outside benches. One middle- ) 1. .
    bribe W. have men- who hove .1
    dressed and
    of some of our. notoriously rich men aged quietly
    wn had a good those deal who of this spirit. Wee to-day. Very few attainto, the mark Cotton Growers "Lost That Much respectable woman sat alone. Presently .' .
    call themselves of this converted publican. A mall she reached down pulled upJherrU Whin'you;'buy a pals r '
    (fr.m n In New'lorll'wllo: were tn Fake Report, Say Taylor. '
    who died the other day left an estateof J ; ,and drew a email box-fromrou ,
    tics l -
    >y their own confession' not .: -
    some *r,500OOOOoLwblch..fl00OXLWU' > -Taylor rof' the National
    President; of her stocking. She 'opened the box
    L their ,health but
    foro their
    : pocketthe CLOVERBRAND
    bequeathed to charity, and thenewspaper
    [ -time :Zacchneu; we art told, spoke of large amount dinners' Association, In a signed end took therefrom a pinch'of snuff

    a> .chief of the'publlran.., and hems being bequeathed for a charitable be- statement given out at Washington This done, she replaced the box In THESHOE

    to have illustrated the ,spirit quests. One hundrod thousand dollars Saturday asserted he 'had "found out her stocking and fastened her'garter.. HOUSETHATISGROWING ; ..

    Ich Is apt to prevail In hated and Out of,,$7t OOOOO 1* a very small pro that Intentionally. I believe, the January The pungent odor of snuff ,pervaded* 1 .

    scribed business, namely that of portion., Let us hope that during his 16 report ot the census. bureau the air, but the woman appeared unconcerned ,

    king tngtng the Itself public upon the public by life1 Ume the man' did better than included* from one to seven days more to the point of deflance.v ., FASTEST' n'f.fJ '

    pay. that There was something extraordinary Included !exclaimed one man to him. WITHOUT''t SHOES : :
    than should have -
    tcondly-It would that he. ginning
    appear In the bigness of this. purpose self or anybody who chanced to.hea A'FUSS" ... ? .
    used Jie opnortualtlos which Ills of Zacchaeu Our multi-millionaires, and this report will coat the! south .
    lion Mm. "I wouldn't have believed Slit d
    doe gave him has collecting most-of tnem'even those who at times 110,000.000.! I hadn't 'seen It.:'-New York Press. write the date of purchase
    not ,
    r i bring a man a large t
    startle na by their gifts hav.e still 'The discrepancy. he added, "
    une. 'Th Income Is usually grnd- something to learn from .Jericho's pub the Instruction --- In the lining. ,That will.
    caused by the 'way
    Rive him merely a moderate Hv lican. EXPLANATION. I
    But to the government agents.askingthem AN tell the stdry.
    Zacrhaeu had not beenout were given '
    with that. Vhere: are 'thouS taken Secondly, anr-thing Restitution from, any"If man I have by.; I I to get from the gunners "I beg.your pardon _Iter." aald"the "We arai'fh.e originator of,thl* Idea. .

    S of iwop'e' all through 'our land' false accusation. I restore him four the- amount of cotton ginned to date tourist In the railway restaurant Other manufacturer do.',. t-L1 "

    nave the rare faculty of, growing fold." and the amount expected to--'b. gin- "did you' say that I had twenty min- Invite you to dot. .". ,;' W}

    In few,7"' on avery small. What vista these word back ,* atss to wait or that it was twenty e1 '
    a open '' A. ,/ ,. '
    |ry. len like Beav rs, senators Into his life. .They .show bow a partat ned.- klev'; ;', hai minutes 'to eight?" 9. sold nsyther." Z>> ? ..t'OR'AMIGO.'' ." ,", ,! ,

    have' been Indicted and convicted"! least of his wealth bad been won "The gunners! the.cot answered the Hibernian attendant. "I ;: '.' '

    nil tr.udJnd 08 vho have.iued Tbey .hoW'.180 ow.tbe melhodsotthe ton already ginned and yet! to be ginned 'I said yes had twenty minutes to' Jthit1tttmr T_ ftQf

    ointment for personal, reason past look now to hla' awakening! con-: were to be added for ,a total
    bad: Yer thraln'lgOlle
    :things-which we:know of In our his that's all ye : 6ARIUT FIN* MOC.CXCLUSIVIBTS: : ., .... s
    science He proposes Jo deal with report 'and In 'many Instance ca.e'tile' ;
    should give some Insight IntO' the now.: -Cleveland: Leader. .T.iouasu.a.n.. __. '1
    bebitby.a heroic treatment: "I .will number of 'ginned -, ., err-' ,
    ads in Jericho of old.0 agent* the bojes _____ __ _un _
    c; was a roster fourfold." A* by carrie tout "
    'or "high Ananee."- of a'constant that fmurpose.-tmeglne, if you can, the to., say; on, the 17th or 2Srd.ofthe A' TRULY" IDEAL WIFE ""Uow ,does the Senator take this MALSBY :& Co.
    ke ou" tn the year of,our Lor* 29. effect upon those who In the past month. There wasTUso a.loss of wave of popular indignation against

    ras graft nearly, twenty.centuries! bad had bitter and exasperating expert $7,000.000 In our trade balance .with hlmT"'' : '

    re i the word ca.> ( 'haTe-tt. pres fences with him.' Should the like be foreign Countries a* a result. of. the HER HUSBAND'S BEST HELPER. "He's resigned.* ,. ,41 Soulb'ForsJlb.. St..,''Atlanta.. Oat "
    onn tatJoD.- And so Zeccba, u* be- done what stirring there -
    to-day a up .
    rich-notoriously rlcli. lie waaiblyv of report. Vlroroos Health U th.Ore*,* Booro* ofPower "Has or' lat" _
    would be. What a chance ..placeebetween
    ftfr. North as saying a to Inspire sad BooOurssT- ,
    hke some o* our high flea n- the rich'and the poor. What He quoted }
    AU Woman Should Se lc U. FRH NO
    of to-day. He bad a fine'house vast swelling of the-consclehce fund leak from his office bad never been BOX Or WAFERS :: ORlCS& '

    [garden and establishment, so that of the government! What thousands, discovered, and said ha. thought. Mr. One of the most noted 1I1I-'alal1d -CURES BY ABSORPTION; 9 xI'

    ken it they pointed to It perhaps million of acres of public Norths-was mistaken. richest men of this century, ha a recent t :
    I said "There live the richest mane Care Beleblp of Gaa-Had B.mahi;...::
    land would be returned to government article, baa said! Whatever I am andwhatever .
    > city." there ..... S.Mna.feSker* Br atUImaala -
    control. What a dlglerglnjf soooeas I have attained in
    rd-Stlll, In spite of hi. prosperlie. would be of exborbltant: ,freight How INSURANCE SCANDAL REPORT. this world I.owe all to my wife. From.the BI..tia..asr Eras tlow.

    lie. In bad odor. The community many policy holder. would be made day-I first knew her aha has beenan *Sears JCW. .Portable aDd BtnUaauuy, ;

    stand a good deal'but there comes glad. How' many crushed out firms Work Will be Practically Completed Ida Inspiration, and .the greatest helpmate Take a Mull's Wafer any time of the ne "when eventhe glamour of would be resuscitated. Imagine If of my life." or night and not the tmmsdiate good elect Engines, Boilers ash
    the ,
    I Short Time. en your stomach. ata,
    bide man' char-
    cannot true
    a you can. the restitution of all wrongly diiinteeU the stomach, kills the poison
    when hi success can no longer gotten w.nlth. ,Why it would be like A New York dispatch say*; The 6 [eras and cures the d_... -QiUrrh of Saw Mills
    rn.n's eyes when his splendor stream of water flowing-through dry .he bead. and throat oawbol..uq. food '
    He* an offense that cries to nigh place. It would b* like a transformation legislative ,insurance investigating and overeating matse bed stomachs.. AND ALL KINDS OF MACHINERY '

    en." There are house and estab- Rene.In..a pantomime. _ .committee cipecls_to.practically com Ecareclr any stomach is entirely free from 'CompltU Now Carried ta sack/or' ,

    eDt.-tn our day that make men It I'* almost Inconceivable, and yet plete'the labor of framing Its 76,000 Wafers taint of.will-aom make kind.your Mull's stomach Anti-Belch healthy D/MJ&1JIAf'J&i>*ti rxa r.. r,

    i'theirs teeth",, that stand In the that 1. what Christianity meant to b7 absorbing foul MCS/ which BrIM from >Beet. M attMsery,tawatt P>loee aad BeetTarja* t
    'unity a* an exhibition what Zacchneu It was a salvation pot word report within a week. 'A rough tb. nqdigeated food and by re<*nforein( Write us'for
    and trickery; and'legal stealingbreach from death eternal It was primarily a draft of the report will be read to the lining; of tbe stomach enabling it to catalogue. price.*. ,
    [ bf .crust can do. With salvation from bis greed, from his ael- full committee. thorough mix the food with the gastric etc.* before buying.
    ..honestly earned and nobly need fI.hDeu. trom his Isolation, from his the ". uices.- This. cures stomach trouble,>pro- 4
    District Attorney Jerome has been r notes dicuti_.sweeten the breath otopob.leblul J
    egUlmate- reward of real erric fellows.. And notice that Jesus accepts
    1 community there Is and should hla purpose a* a perfectly proper going over the testimony. brought out *( strong and fermentation.and regular Heart through actionweorne this \

    quarrel; but with. Ill gotten thing. he has the true spirit of a converted at the investigation.. --- .o; ,

    t gln got at.the.expense: ot.the ufe-Harge-hearted liberality, Discard drugs as you !know from experience yn .
    sanity gains which arGot the pay restitution ot all wrongly talent prop they do not cure stomach trouble.
    nest-work of brain of.body-; but erty. Given these two things everywhere FOR A JEWISH 1'Try a eaminoa-ceaM Nature's) '' method

    tot cunning.'of fraud, the booty and religion becomes real and J&f/v. JBe-f-fff Jflnrtey .that does resnlte enr*'.instantly.A anotning, haling. *enation > JnThC'Jpj
    1 bythe strong or. clever orIgh vital. Deny them and- there Is only a '
    the Hebrew* Atlanta Hold Mass MeetIng We know Mull'. Anti-Belch Wafer will
    placed from the "weak or name to live. It 1* lie to talk Boat To be seek ..'noeeasfal wUe to retain do this., and w, 1I'8.ot10a to know it. This !

    d, w lowly; with, such: wealth being Christians, unless our religion and Set Ball In Motion. the Irfre and admiration of her offer nay not appear again.. ( ,

    fls and ought to be a quarret'eter- mean open-beartedn"ss and righteous* About (1,700 over half' of. which.wa husband, to Inspire him to make the A _
    ADd so It was with'Zacch eua. ness. most of himself, should be a woman's aM1S t.
    .';eoDle of Jericho* passed Ills In cash, was raised for. the -proposed oonatantstudy. 5106 GOOD,FOR'25e.. 142 +

    tt'vra.-with- cr.perbsps a ChtUt AmcbOTV the *o.l. great Jewish Institute Atlanta If a woman finds that ber'enerfftea'are Send this with, '

    L... He 1* rich; .ye.... botili }. a Bev. Theodore L Cuyler. speaking Sunday afternoon at a mass meet. fUfgring1, that she feU easily tired and a4dreea'and coupon your drue..your"."'* name name
    r; his glory 4* hisshame.. His ef Christ a* an anchor to the soul; says dark shadow ap aar under her eyes.she and lOcI in stamps or silver and
    or lithe roeainre'of his tnrpl- significantly: You are ,certain to be ing., has backache, headaches, tearing will supply you' a sample,:free U yoU "
    be'ha* made his pile but It 11 assailed with troubles. No hurricane It waa decided to go ahead with down pains nervonaoea. Irregularitiesor } have never need Mon'; Anti-JJ/lc*. 4
    alt of 'extortion. ttndialee accu- can strike toll rigged ship more suddenly the movement which has In contemplation the blues she should start at once Wafen-an4will aleo send you a ear.tificate .
    ,. lie 1.'o t'onU"'renf1ldt..ln than *x rms of adversity'' may to build VP her system by a tonic with good for 25e. toward the >orehaae __ .1
    the of institutional
    burst But .It Jesus Christi an snob as Lydia E. PInk.. of more Belch Wafer You will
    5 Is a publican; and.the- cblef.ofbut upon 700. specific powers &cna.a1Ua" Tb.f TnNee
    which will contain manual and them invaluable for stomach trouble
    oul' cannot suffer building a '
    'in you ham's
    Vegetable Compound.
    he la a. standing, living your cares by AddreaaMvix's l1.kfaP.rAggw"wdab.oea ig.. a'at
    ; abaorption. ,
    tent: ,of what.coasclenceleas' wreck.: The' anchor sure and steady training school for boy .a sewing and FollowLqg wo publish by request a UaArc--roino Co. 328 3dAre. grow'

    .makA. of ai; man.hNow . will hold you. People do not see what cooking school for girls &')'J InaaJum.100&e letter'from a young* wife t .... Hock bland Ill laser t. PIO 1' OII tot t.JotWt. a
    with this Judgment of holds vessel when the gale la sending and other feature: Dear JCrm. Ftekbami. -'.. - 0' ay.tan 0..., Jy to'OlU'larsstk..ImaM
    W''' citizens, jesu seemsto the billow over her bow. The anchor rooms, "Ever atm, child was bon I bare fat- .. ..I few from U by plaatlns aadhametSBsr'Vlrzlnh n.,
    fared, aope women rr
    for ,when the people. protest 1. Invisible as it ties full many ,... flammatloa,. famale-weakneM, nwg,1dNowbnpalms aacenaftrw.oo.usebounUrnUy',.

    _.Ills being this man'. guest fathom deep on the solid ground be- NEGRO STUDENTS RETURNING.\ backache aad wretched n All BOc. box or br mail' U_ FcrttUzMS
    7s"The. Son of man I* com neath the jvares. So. ,.hem we see a affeoted stomach 110 I oooM not anioy say of per (with acpeolal fjrrravl* for every,
    and to save ''that which'-was good man beaten upon with heavy adversities mats, and QIt my .-... ,ID 11.. upon. rcoejpt price. Stamps: acoepted. op). Tlieylayattharootof tbooaaade ..,.u
    Thatword ."lost" seem to and yet preserving cheerful Strikers at Talladsga'Colored School "I. dl*SLPmkham'! .VareUbU OoanpsoiMl and boo aa4e of prosperous ", .
    farms. Da theae fertilbwta tpraUyonr
    Some the' ,
    of finest-tin
    well ao nWnl
    discover the secret of saa a
    '.the jusUceot thepeople's spirit wo do not What asadItoil crone, no matter 1rha* twJ"'I
    t.. 1* a son of his serenity.. ""BQ the eye of God. sees Are Glvlny Up the Fight, t I am glad \0 write It broarbt me:you health of -7marr.Ioua world occur In Colombia., Many ma- 'Vaofwnts..aywea..aa'. .

    :tndeedr th.-.t: .1*. 'one of the that there*!* an interior life hid with : The Talladega(negro) 'school strike new life and leuorery.vlt lMrs.. Bemis Alntoy, ofsthe tin --mines are. worked by foreign runs uoD.yields per acraT. Ask?aad your maker7ba.iun deale* '

    >eople.. But lie la 'Aon* tileat.m.D Christ In that! soul which no.storm can I has about'run Ita course, and,.according ell Sooth 10th Bt sst. TaW_.. n compaaleMi for tL.i.;and if heoa't auppiy J-*'. '">
    needing to'b* sought touch.: There i* many a.bereavement: ;, statement from President B. What Lydia B. Plnkham's Ve...tblOompouad 'write w dlr.e4 Dent pay you ,

    many a trouble that may strip a'man Nyce to a: cent"'of the did fOt'lre. Alnsley it will IO i 6 Mt Mme Ita w..fp.!!:WS. ...lea......saa.rltN.h'M..o,V.-.J M any good inferior mosey,.aar..'.afro tatty J'OUWDII- _tar M.l.iJ'YE '. a

    thd'wa his true character; of 'Canvas or cordage, but never touch M- fully 90 por :' do foe very sick and ailing woman. .. sw uu) liuDlrJl.L. .... ,-1IIII1JH-.111 t. .-,1i soh .;
    strikers" have returned. ,1..0. Parks Fs
    of hi* godly-charac have don't mv "
    lehoan estimate-/f Mm-waa the solid strength- : If-yon 'J'1DptOIDS-'OG "' ", "
    ov alto w* to' understand th1hold ter."' 'the southern white man"''whose em dantand "'writ toMrm.., Makham, l.. '*:; : .
    (At&JOe .
    ;t'a. .. .
    ,.'.Lord.,the. half of my \ -are \" ployment canMd 'the strike Is 're 'daught r-n-taw'of Lydia: B. Plakham 'E5.1i!...' '" .....' ....

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    f i.;" ,e Tie. ';.FtotspB' s. and Inconveniences ' DR..R. &. GOLDSTEIN; The Mutual Life, ; "InsuraniX

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    : of a Trip 19'the Mediterranean. SPECIALISTS
    Pne"l l : .. , OPTIO.
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    ..'A, >': i' l OP LO I.VILL.'IC .4 : '; of Florida.
    ,' f. ; Company
    ;' ," ,*" .:tart orvltt ft. UJII U. ,, *
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    f'p tii : r We were up this rooming bright and the town was never rebuilt in it*' ancient '
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    after 'early, another hot' day In store.tor us. I In '600 mallnl it wasjtlll cenlle. in ruins and' In Returns. to Kissimmee L., *N., MILAM, President .5.. Q, WILSONSeo'y-Treas.. W. .F. ANDERSON, Gen1,]:!

    i" two and r at -At. 740 a', m. we took train for Jaws, 635 it was easily captured by the .- -,1_

    by itpan v'we bought second.class! ? tickets,,s>. the : In 1125 It was taken by the crusaders 12th '
    f first class car broke down the other under Baldwin, and continued Monday February S. Fortu Dans alter District No. 1 1. comprising Polk and DeSoto Gonntles, Had !

    04.y. and it has not been seen since.. In their possession with little or no '
    Cyst Tr>e earls filled with people of. all Intermission down to the battle of Hat- organized we Had neariu seven' liuodred applications,
    "nationalities) most of these. being Jews ten in 1034 i it was then taken by the .' ),.
    QtMi wltb their love Jocks, loug hair and Turks. In 1840 the town was bombarded
    Will be at' I
    ; whiskers, they 'are certainly a ight.. by tu%Drlttsh fleet and retaken ; When I Ig l Made.f
    : Oslo The atmosphere In the car is not any from the Muanfdes, fortheTurks, who Hotel Tohopekaliga.: Initiation Fee Dabble : p'p plicaiion R S

    y, too fine even'wlth the windows open. held it in 1694. There are many a Few Days Only., 4
    was christians who have settled,, in Bey
    Four or flv* Infants In the same car '
    1., pnly lin. aerie to make' things pleasant and Tout, ,especially since the: Christian' From'15 V> 25" Class 1, 2.fiO.. Anftual Duel. I ,'

    " last i agreeable, yelling and screaming( massacre 1118:. O. and stnce-that lime ; ,MI'... '. '"J From 25 to 30, Class'.3, 3.00. Annual Due, 1.00."i;
    .. it has increased considerably Mn. ex- ;:IJ'J" ,:> .r.
    playing the I.I. They playfully o ; '
    f } Annual Dues
    'I""he /r From 30 to 35, Class 3, 3.CO. ,
    1 .
    sal rub butler'and syrup on your clothes, :h teot. 'Heyrout most importantflown .." ; '
    r Y and altogether it is a delicrbiful trip. I In Syria commercially":: In 1H(5( From. 35 to 40, Class 4: 4.0D. Annual Due, .
    e.d, However, we arrive at Jaffa at 11:30a. the port was' entered by 620\ sailing "" '"
    oil? : m. In time to board the Khedevlal vessels' And 2,541 strainers with an .. The Initiation is paid but once; annual duesrtwelve, months after. date of policy. No other'" '

    r.t ,', la very 81 ,+)'../ ..,comfortable Line lteam"r'ahip"EI, Kahlra1-with comfortable. very I I agiegate The chief tonnage.exports of'(are 750,000 raw tons.I silk. and except in case of death, when each member. is assessed $1.16. The! first ,l',000: is taken out

    ua staterooms and very good table. I( cocoons, olive oil, licorice cott )n,' Many persons do not see as well! at Jthainitia.tory! fees, and deposited in the tate Bank of Kissimmee. to pay first claim, which'be i
    I At 6'30: p. m. we. arrive at Haifa, I fruit, raisins, figs soap, sponges, cattle they should Some see well but their paid at once .
    ; ; which. lies nestling under the shelter of I, and goats. Their chief Imports are with
    become Others suffer
    CuU Mt.. Carmel. Haifa lies at the southern textiles, timber coffee, petroleum, eyes tired ''
    end of !jjie bay of Acreno relation .uJl'a.r' rice and manufactured goods headache constantly or periodically,
    Cha Z << to Steve I imagine) and It' Is the Their exports: amount to 45.000,000 which medicine does hct.-relleve because The Best Plan and Cheapest Insurance Ever OffeiIt

    ,'f''It.:. bard only natural. harbor between Port' franoen>*U,000,000and their importsto the headache comes from eyestrain
    Said and The i 42,000,000 frances or $8,400,000.
    r in Egypt! Beyrout. ,
    L. 1A $ __n' name Ualfarsgnliles(/ "a heaven" and I{ The scenery. here reminds one muchof and the only remedy Is a pair ,
    fJt doubtless there has been a settlement. Italy, but the climate is genial and "of gasses properly fitted by one who 1. t the la.te> of .v.ry' E'oUo''Y; :I3oltt.r: : to haw 1x1. .:C1'V'S.a10n 1111'q,1cJc:1y.
    / &d } ',; here from time Immemorial There is i: seldom oppressively hot as it is In' understands the eyes their defects, I V ve yor1en: .a is a0. D.e1a-h.bor. to iota svt on.c.., .'
    4 I Ie..erlthlna'.la '' of : : : .
    , e an Immense German colony here, and Heyrout has a population and their relations to human Ills. '
    tim as neat..and clean as a''' about 12 7000 Inhabitants of. which I 1 t r

    j ft. abl| t'J d pin. There Is also a Carmelite Monastery 3U.OOO are uslenia) 35,000 Orthodox. We Examine. Your fyt.. Free of ._ On the 9th inst.John S. Erwin! ,-member of this District No.1. died ,udd"enlyof' cholera:mo
    here, although we bad not the Greeks, 28.000: Maronltes, INOU) ..United
    ' ., . time to visit it. There are about Greeks, 2500( Jews, 1800 Latins. 2100 Charge.: Notice and proof. of death was mailed\ to the Company on the evening of the 9th and receIved'the t,

    r;, J... ,: 000 equally) inhabitants divided here between, and the It is 10'j. Armenians Protestants,, 500 400( Syrian United' Catholics Armenians, 200, And when we examine them, we morning ot the 10th. By'return mall a check for .$56 .oo was mailed to his widow,. wH

    .and Christians with a small 400 Druses, besides about 4300Europ mean a thorough examination1 was the beneficiary. Read what she says:

    '. ling of Jews. Itbasa large export eans. Quite a mixture I should say complete as can be had anywhere at ,
    trade in corn ,which is brought by There are In this city. 65 boy and '',9 ee'e explain to what .
    fertile and extensive girl schools, the schools for boys have any pr : you ""
    camels from the
    10th 1H08.
    FLA., January ,
    district of U ur.o. There, is alto a 6700 students and for girls' 4100. 27 of your trouble is. You get the benefitof WAUCI1ULA, : .
    fair commerce in oil .and soap, the these schools are Muslem. institutions our experience and knowledge free. The Florida: Mutual Life Association. ,'
    .- latter being manufactured In the German "-O.nd have'about 2700 scholars.we .. John S. Erwin, became a member of the Florida Mutual' Life .
    \ colony of olive oil. We lair now take carriage to the ,Syrian Eye Strain. Association, his certificate having been Issued December 12ll, JU05 lie died
    > '.. chflsed considerable of it. and found Protestant College of which Dr. Bliss" J' on the l>th day of January, A. O. UN HI, and bn \the; 10th I, aa beneficiary, re-
    r A 1vel" good. The government is of whom I spoke of meeting: while in More headaches- and nervousness I is calved a chock for the sum of Five Hundred and Slity-Elght. Dollars ($508.00),
    building a railroad from here to Jerusalem, is the president caused by eye tran! than all other being One Dollar for each member in his. district on of his death, He
    t } Damascus, and when that'completed Dr' Dais's.treated Ult very cordially, causes combined Good vision 1.-1. absolutely bad only paid the sum of SIx Dollars (M); which not only covered cost of s
    ; - Haifa will certainly grow in importance showing us through different buildings Insurance, bet. Initiation fee as well. 118 also carried two' insurance policies,
    and prosperity.There which are very extensive. This no proof that the eyes are one In the New York Life and the other In the Woodmen of the World. The
    is nothing of greatlmportaice college was started by his farther in good. Many readers of this Particle amount due under the'certificate In the Florida Mutual Life Association lathe
    to see here but the German colony, 1821: and the good old gentleman( Is. can see perfectly. but they suffer from first W be paid. I would earnestly urge all married women to Insist on
    =. Yi' which has been located here tar 30 still here, but takes no active part In some nervous ills of one kind or another their.: !.usbands 'IIl'Curlna-l.'t'rtlftcatea of membership' In the Florida Mutual\ Life m
    ; years.Its quaint and picturesque affairs, his son being president. It and think thsttheir. Association, and help swell the. membership to its full limit, and thereby h. y
    I main street running from the sea to has a theological seminary medical never eyes crease the amount. or insurance for all in a. Florida corporation which. I Is ssK
    ""I the base of Mt.. Carmel: red roofed faculty, and tratningoollege, and an are the cause oit 8,11. They may cheap and prompt In settling claims. .

    : gabled houses, fruitful gardens and astronomlealobservatoryThepupile have taken medicine without getting II MRS... n. J. ERWIN.
    its fertile and excellent cultivated I Of the medical school receive a four relief have suffered
    or ..themal ,
    plains makean impression on ones years training, and they say are 'far -, .. ,
    .- ... multi not- easily effaced Fronf here i) superior to the native doctors. inlnfcinglhere was reuedy.; '
    orv.. can be seen the tnoudain ranges of There are jn Beyrout 20 printing --'.-' ZI4"CAL .JJaEOTOa:
    r Gallilee aid Fhoenecla to- M La. Le- offices, the best being Jesuit. and Proper r Glasses and Proper Frames ., _

    4 .bsoon and Hermon in, the! distance! Americans. There are twelve Arabic .
    ; It is of great Importance that glasses Sc4v N"'X'H
    JS'rnJO'J: :
    .. The point of Carmel Is formed of newspapers. : .
    >r., . "/ Hates tone crags,' about 80 ft. above In spite of the many impediments. should be properly 'ground and centered .
    the level of the sea. Here Is, althoughwe thrown In the way bv the Turkish and of the best quality. The M. KATZ President. i N. B. CARSON Sec'y.-Treas.:: '

    did not visit it, an ancient cave, government, large numbers of the: frames must be' fitted that they will .
    H. C. Stanford Dr. M.J. Hicks C A. Carson J. S. W.licer.l.
    'entirely eac..t.eclIQ the natural rock.. nativesespecially" Christians. emigrate I- bold the lenses In place so there :will DIRECTOR! !,; ; ,
    t(and squared into the form of a large to America from Bayrout and .
    .._ Manager Osceola County, A. A5 SIMPSON. ,
    :chamber Is known as the "School Lebanon. In America we know: jhat be no damage to the eyes from a lack l. '
    t :of the Prophets" It is said that in they'Hve with 'the utmost frugality, of harmony between the centers of the

    ancient times- was one of the sacred merely exlHteoce, and just as oon lenses/ and those of,the eyes. Many
    r colleges'or seminaries where youthswere as they accumulate a little money return r1OTllE.eOwing
    otherwise of work have
    Instructed and trained. in rellllIl' -: to Syria. to live a lire of luxury good pieces to the scarcity of Wood and W MAKINSON.COMPAGEN"rS
    fry ious and scientific Knowledge the and ease. ..been a failure. from this cause alone the distance to' haul, hereafter spillstovd B.
    4 .recluses and sages. who were We now drive .to what Is called Dun't neglect your Children's Eyes.. wood will be" SI.75 a strait
    known as prophet. That such. insti- r'Dug Hlver," crossing .he..tooy bed Office hours from 9a.mto3p.m.. O.,U.AVOODALL.MAYNARD .
    tn Ions as these were In vogue in the of the Beyrout river by a very handsome FOR
    times of the kings of Israel positive bridge passing the handsome r
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    il. ly'certain, anfl references c.o-such. colleges gardens laid out by the celebrated I-----. ---- -- "
    II' :I I at Betbel'and! Jericho; occurs In Rustem Pasha, former Governor of I Florida Fertilizer: Com
    ,) J. 3 Kings 2 chap 3-5 verses': We know Syria which are certainly wortl. a visit ;}; Manufacturing ] 't''t'o

    iiI.}, that Klisha lived a great part'of billIf.'v :/ ,The road next leads us through r 1
    :' ;life on ML CaNnel and that be 'had several miles of luxuriant.mulberry LUMBER Co. OP OAlNBSJVILLsT.' '
    ,r :.young men in training.under him at1 gloves, cultivated for the !sake of the PLAT.. 4
    the same time in accordance. with the 'silk worm," millions of which are r
    bible narrative, 2 kings, i chap.25 hatched for 'the' staple industry and J Makers of High Grade .FertlH(;
    verses,' planes Ellslja'a dwelling at the manufacture of the Lebanon. district. ; Saw and ''Mill .
    ,other end of tbemouotaln range, overlooking .A little further on we come to a' Planing -
    ,. the plainof Ksdraelon. In small church by the road lde and enter off All Kinds. 1"

    :!'spy case).whether this particular cave it for a brief visit. There Is noth. No" In operation. Complete House Bills Furnished.! ,
    in ,. connected tOil of interest here, -
    was reality with Elijah special to see -thearchitecture Yellow and Pitch Pine and Lumber of all Kinds. "
    ;; the prophet: or Klisha.or-nor It Is certainly I . and adornments of the Timber Orange Tree Fertilizers a. Specialty:.
    f 'clear that it bas been used at building ire. the plainest possible, but ORDERS: : FILLE:: : : : : :
    'some lime"'as the abode of some the interest lies in the fact,...bat whether ? peOMPt'L-r. ..
    .' ytr prophet, hermit.'or anchorite who bad rlithtly or wrongly (It Is'sald be the t.I t.
    . pupils disciples, for 'bey say tha oldest Christian chureh'lo existence. ,MAYNARD LUMBER .Co. :.*.*** *****.*..*. ..*...........**.**.... *.<
    the sleeping of the Inmates We finally' arriveat handsome .. \
    recess can a
    ar tr ;a(,... \be seen In the wall to the left. Upon bridge'which spans the Dog River, I E : . ; . + SUNNY SOUTH LIVERY STABLE

    entering with' the grooves where the an old'Roman.bridge Is'seen a short i .
    '.. 'Curtains ran to.d Iv Id6 it off from the distance up,the river, which we visit ,
    main chamber. The benches are cutout . This river was named "Dog River"SO I
    )of the solid rock, on which the puJ ) tradition says; on account of a. remarkable )Ccccacacacacacaaaaoc OOOf 0000000 r
    -- II *?pits are supposed'to have satwhilst. natural rock In the snap* of I Livery fSalelI r
    : listening the teaching of these holy lidog, which stood at. the head 01 the ,
    : men. and a gentleman aboard the' cliff on the >southern side of the mouthof W. B.. MAKINSON CO.
    ship, who has visited it several times the river, and owing to the peculiar ; i 1i-Stabl
    tells me that they still remain' In-'their shape of cavities.In. it. emitted curious .' . -- -. -.. I Feed ) !
    original' cvndl"lonV.. noW, return 'sounds, !lsethe iwllng: of- a : 301l. g:

    to the ship and we are jfshortwhile when the wind walt In a_.particular DEALERS IN .. __n_ _. _ ___
    off,,00 our voyage to Bey t-out. During quarter This rock which 5as been !
    .the night I am told,.,<< passed the city overthrown by some agency, naturalor J..W. MILLER. PROPRIETOR
    Qf-Tyre.; which la-, very Interesting human now lies prostrate on .its r
    place especially from a masonicstandpoint's back in the sea, at the foot of the cliff I I -.f I flGENTS( STflNDflRD OIL t OMPI1NY; was here that Ulram and can clearly' be distinguished in : I
    ,of Tyre Ued. I should, liked to have the shallow watdlr with Its four paws HARDWAREEVERYTHING
    'seen tlrbut as we did not stop and as I uppermost. I I i Broadway, Opposite Postoffice.l!
    UdjOfit car to swin lI bad to forego Many marvelous rock cut designs f
    he pleasure And inscriptions can' still be discernedIn : .wr Ki8: imxnoo.: ::: : ::Florida..

    At 0 a., m. we arrived In Bey rout, the face of. the cliff! Immediatelyabove'the I t .:
    'u and .fter& < considerable bargaining we course of the ancient way I t ,
    are finally landed,4n ... all b...., and over the rocks, eons of them however : : Phone :O2.. .A.l1-IC1nde: a.u.UnS' 'ti;
    then the custom authoritiesget hold of being almost effaced by time and. I

    you and make' life unpleasant unless .weather. I I i t............,......#......................!!..;,
    you go down':. into your': pocket .aDd There Is a tablet to be seen on the : I .
    pony up which la the, cheapest and side of the rock between the two I NEW -
    best>> way;;and after 'a little parleying: bridges, which Is very distinct, dating' I (
    'between the hotel l propiietor, abd the the latter end of the reign of : A'TLANT.IC .f tj
    .p ,. authorities! we are allowedto pass Marcus Aurelius A. D., IGtt to 180 I COAST LINE
    Y T-L, 4 through the cordon 'of Uniforms and where a It entitled Cermanlous a I .

    ,. brass buttons and take a ,carriage to name given him after his cwnquest of : Saddles Harness THE !
    the "Hotel "AI1f'1 aDd/" German of Germany A. D., 176. The mperor I THROUGH CAR LINE FROM FLORID
    course. -We are. shown very ,comfortable -> Napoleon 3d endeavored to emulate 4 I .
    I .; rooms. We spend the inter ,.the immortal 1 fame of the heroes of : ",1
    Y iI. venjog time between landing and antiquity, for on another tablet we I Stoves Crockery : DONNE TONE.T& :
    : .
    JuncheoD,. writing letters 'etc.., after find an inscription carved to his bonI I .' .
    r we- looked up !the history of the or by the French soldiers who were : .. '-East.: Over its own Rails to Savannah,. Cha.rleetQl 1
    ': To the 2d century before Christ sent out to the Lebanon district during 4 the Richmond and Washington tliehee Via', .
    ; Tinware Glass ,
    ; rout is said to have been entirely the outbreak between the Druses I
    , troyed in the course of the struggle and the aconites In A. D. 1860 It I ; ALL RAIL '8 Ivanla Railway: .
    "tW'tbe crown,' between Trypbon and has been engraved on the obliterated 'fo (
    :Antlocbees 7th., but the humans after face of one o( the. ancient Egyptian Paints Oils .. the. West ;, Montgomery):'atnd LoufavfUe Li: N.8h'1
    lj wards rebuilt Introduced a colony tables. ..\ I c 1 and "Dlxle Flyer Rout."Via Atlanta.. q

    '"and named 'i',after the daughter 'of We now wend our way to the hotel To Via Savannah" Ocean 'Steam.blp Compan1,+f,
    'Emperor AugvMo. Herod the Great. tlre-1 and hungry wishing' for a good 'Window: i E as"t -New.York,. Pbiladelpbia and Boston,' via Norfo
    ,-1. Herod AgrlpiWtbe. 1st. and 'Herod .dinner at our German .hotel. Dinner :Matting, and the', , Steamer too New York, Washington and BalL1mCl!
    1 4\' ,,r< 'Agrlppa 2dr l tit.r'D Beyrtut mall Is readr, everything 8er.-edl !'very ''tla Savannah. and Mercbaua and Miner', Tr.u
    f. ,.. jBlnceot batbtantI: theatres. Elaborate scant Indeed, one or two.. dishes In VIa Steamsblp. .t..tiOD Co., for Baltimore aDd PbUadelpbla. "-' seyestt .
    .4rN h glad iloral OOQI; hats it Is eald.w re front of each of us, ,bad outlook. ; i
    :held her: lath 'middle1 'of the 3d.eemnrra They don't drink': ,water here. They nd Via Penh ula.rr&: Occidental Steamshf.p'
    : Roman school of law wae, serve us' with carjnsllte wine, ,often.
    t4i i iy .established and flourished here for two glasses, we can se dishes plied' ImplementsBURGII f 'n :_'-. :r-r ':.... __f-' Company ". '

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    k DrLacipal here", mull wine and J : .ass DixU 111sA ye., ; ; .
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