Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
ALL ISSUES CITATION THUMBNAILS ZOOMABLE PAGE IMAGE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00091504/00250
 Material Information
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: October 12, 1906
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00250
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
 Related Items
Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

Full Text
,
.

,
'::2 ,II,

U. .. .
_ \ . , ., I
r, .. -, v ':

I' .... vw *ra I'k F
"
>
..If .,- ,; ('" . ":..t""" :I' I '- .10 '. ', ,

'''' '."f" ,,
'l '. '. ." '' i.r: ,,.' (.:' \ . ..\.... ; C ,oi' :,.. '?"" '
\; ( .
,
< .
'r '
; 'f.f'V' : '
: I .
.: : ..t, :' ":E' ik...I ;I I 11\ ME' ft'A. LLE I I.'..1. "l":/"' ;,. " """'"",.f,v..I1 \; .. ,

) I1j;
.,
"
; -
'
.
:
'
.
.'tl.. '" .- .1" ,. , . ..''A.\\ (
, i: JjII. ,
,. . _. ..
.wN.ai'orlI.s'aII".'." 1a94.I Cea.dldabd 111........ te. .9'1.. .: "f ' "' ......... ,, 1",;. P.",; ,'
la .II- ....._ .. K'ssi-Itlee' City -Ia. Ocober'12th19E6.. J, y'; .: "M
Oaaetta Bat.etMY.a . a. I..I.'rp.. ,90..1"3- y '.. '' u .
: j'c ,'' ", ..:.. ,! . .,. ... ', .';'t",, ,
: jI .
.
.,.--..,.-..___ , , , ..._. ... .. .. .., \ .., '
.,
? ,
"
; ---"--- -- :'":-- -- : ," -rr- ; --, ... ,... . . ., .... ..,..,. .. , : ,.
ENADES'DRlWAGCt.R. [ $ others, to receiver; ana\\' pat. for; the those of} the Everglades siluded.to,, . V .. ., t,....,

cane grown 1888 and $11; of which Mr. and before drainage' ,' were ooTftnad .. T
Kinsman; had 00 acJ'4ls.-or as Due can. with the .ame."'saw ,cr...." and.ao.4HUo ..... ;. \ .. 'I'- / ... : ::: ';;'Jiil.r..i... ..L.. .
'I IS ABtYI >AJSkUSSD>J [ as ever. grown, averaging 30( tons per jfl'01fth. .' "OF-- . ', ," ,',..Ir'.. t'" .I'l"'+,;,'.1.! f' P.i'' ':.t". '"". .,..___ ___.. ."....... .. .. .u'. :.:
,
F' -'''_' . '
L'I.
(' :. acre with a sucrose. ;content' of 13 ,to -I of the present condition 1. } ,. ,, ?It" .... : {.r.... ...;;',
. .
,, ( : 15 per cent. ,of the St. Cloud. plantation. Is,1".1 a ) I.. -.- < .'" .',' .--.-........,.,-__...a -."" -......-..-.....-..-.......
,
: Wr. I Kinsman, 'Mr, Slaren. Mr I by'no-means correct; Jo 1W8 .:and 89,,, ". .. : ........ : J": "0'' ...... '"' ..
t;josjf' ;Takes' lssue 'With Uampton, Mr. Fell and mvself';, each ,the banal at tow water read lly afforded "' I . i> .'t .
'
badcontractswbbtheFlnride. Ianu-- steam.: '.boat transportationi .. , ,,"" {< # ..: ..,' .

J: ,Mr. W..1YantDuzor., I facturlng (Company, lp each -case ,the was. I'E'lrulII,1 ly, tra4ersed b1.' Nub ; 'u ,- ,: .OR'-- \ .1 ,
sugar company,failed to meet Its con teasers 1iI"' Ilhy ''!&torWelplilst"Okeechobee " c\ A
tVe .re requested tp vubllsh! ''ib a' tracts; receive and.pay. fort, the, cpnd'1produced. ,'' 'Colonist*epd other';. : '
follo'Winjl. controversy between Mr,. Rlnrtbattime! railroad and: ,other ." ,. ; : ;
;
'
'w. I* ,Van Dueor and) Capt. R. E.-'' ''r Goblet among many ot-hersvon: i bridges have been --bull acrossit; / *ereraldains ." ; I' ,
'1tosew; hlehhleh a 'peered III' .tJ.81'a.mpa.Tltnel. hlcu pine laud} as. ,Yell as.muck, land have be".n pu In.;. ,thug dstroylpgithe Dry. Goods
a Capt.?,,1i.O'U'' add Mr VatS Du- lost heavily .during the) ,season O*' drainage and narration"' ; : )
'eor are both jHmlllar with, the ,JJ "er- 18S8, 89!t "and;90 by the late? Fehrvary scf that today". high water; it' wouldbe : t

C'1a4II'and' brave ba.d'rBCtloa.J',. and' March froiits. difficult to. Vet ari ,.ordinary 'row. i\ >
rlfince\ with muck; lands.,. Ue,'e', what The-failureiof .vegetable-growers In boat through the-eanal. Much of the _
tney bane to say ITlortda'haa byo'meAu, been. confined land lurroerly unfler Cultivation} \ has '; .. . ARRIVING

'r KI.ln/'ee! Fla, i pC2 ;. 19OOg to muck lands, nor to particular reverted to a marsh or quagmire,; the 1
localities,,;:-- : I peach ant other'Orchards' bave 'been .,,--,-- , ,.. lr i -
"To the editor Of .the Times: .... -- -- \ " ,
,
A i. i"I have read with Interest Governor, The following/ quoted rom'MrVan' f destroyed I ,by. lack (II drainage i ,,
.delivered\ Tamp Duzor's paper, read before the lJlLQ -: rY' rell))(>CttltltTi','''' , .. .' \[
'Broward's speech "
,_ and Would .t.o ) \ Grower Association In. :oJ iiw>;.,.Xtp4aw 1': .. -..........-.... .4-.Jt/t'' 'jl. .

) oUu."r'request" 'Rldeotthe)9u rte',1L'ew'facttrthe .' . May 5th, and Oth lOQJf) &Ck.onVl11e"l. -'f--. I..,-- ,\\.t., ''ai1FYV. *. *-***+****" ***;*+44ii'a. .....I Iw ftnnittn"Unn"nnJJnjnftt, ;i,i F nrnnt'tnnnt"tiUtf1rm' .,

It "I had'8 vl'f&1''ears' teK erle'.ceoonetrdettng in' 'twoNtlievalueufmuok. , "Mapoleou, Bonaparte,. :. ..''Pine; Grove : +a : ; '. 4
different Tight Items.
canals to drab mock very .
.t.'tbe'<1e
.
showed, of AusUirlltt" ,, ho >
y lands .. the superintendent of the Ate muck or reclaimed land in was the greatest. leader'In the 'world1 .' i Reported? by ,P. G.. P. .-;4. i i '
,latV and Oulf-Coast Canal and Okee-: 'borhood Kissimmee he says: 1 Ballard's'a Snow Liniment' has shown . ( NeW'.6oods"\:
ifchoboe Land,.Company, ,About thirty' "The healibfulnesrfof 6 region is ofthe the public 1t U the, bestLlnhngnt\ in'lhe ......*....***....***..... .- ; ; 't J .

j miles of canals were dug 'In the apiterc utmostlihportance, td any'.enten world. : A'.qulckjeure forjlheumatlam, Fall! has '.o"\o"a,. last. It wag quite'. .'' -' .' .. -1 .
c t Everglades or' the' lands borderingf priae operatives.'and especially is this true when Bprain.s\ Hums. Out,, eto.....:..A... O. bO' l'Wednc'day, ::: FALL;,' LINES' ''READY' '' pgCT1git; + <'JII:' \
the must become 'F'4r
Lake Okeechobee aDd these.bordering"+ permanent'redideots. > .M 1'. Hull Bass made-a ; w
; l itt.,- ROaesBa, ; La.' says;, *"!. use businesstrip : "
.
=
ti- f all ot ths- vast, It jean be positively statedthat this = YoU ARE: INVfTED'T Cl'LLe. ,,' "'
land are practically : ; llallard's Snow Liniment In. my'\; 4ro- t<> Harrow week. '. .
; ':Everglades ,that iJI' oo\ absolutely, tbe reclalmfld-<-landa from of.',tbe Klsulnqmee fly and find I It unexcelled fur 'sore hlrt'A. Mack: came here Wednesday :::: I .1,. : , '.;1.1 K ,' J .; ... ;.
Valley Bee free malaria. -
y'worthless.I''For thirty years or..?more 4" 'nave The! .employees of tbe Drainage( .Coov' client anything, Lead that ache; can-corns be reachedby, Jo fact; for\* for Home remaloder.o'of our y rung his folks stock' attended I S Our Fall Line' of ;bpY'GOODS' SHQES1;', OTjONs..j 'i J

*. tcb&d the efforts of others in' 'a"- pan, were. white "men exclusively.! C=: ,and'FiJRNISHit4 $ is'nowtcomplete. .
: from all liniment, Sold hy Uoberson'a the barbeoue East Lake, last Friday t .i ol p S >= /0'1; \,
1,1 r ..Uon' of muck lands. Amonli't.l emthl Those of men the were country,1 recrulyd Many of them Pharmacy{ : ,and report a pleasant time. == We pave'a very atrong?lintiof"HOES'1n the; Shoe-- .' ''f ." "'.
parts =
k *! State Chemist, K. 1 h; ..Rose \
who present spent about! tCO.'WO on his. muck. entered Ipso service..of'' the com,: ---,"' ....- MUses ,Miriam and Bertha. "Bass =: Department; having' ,Just' added the: < Famous 'iWalkrOver. >- "I't., 'H
'
and ..failure pany. before they became' acclimated Cross'' Prairie Items two'of our- 'charming young ladles, =- Shoe to our .1tn, " .r-. . ' t
:
1 Harm telling'Governors boring pent Set, irda.* in town ""
Broward a period of over eleveq. nears I" .
I?and the now people Florida of tbe great, the company never employed a physician Mr i.-T, Partln of LakeltOwell. ) has Mr. Joe! Jlass.. has returned-'to-. : : the .;;;;!.i "',,' ," _. ,' ". ,'."' w ',I.' n,.'. L ,", ''i.1 Y', s :'

, | fwx.il ity of .the Everglades. A. 13. or lost. an employee front death, been,,htLl1\t bl. brothers..Mr. C., ., Maklnson grove and his children wilt .4flleDC'IV''r! :- y' : .. .
1 ,
j never did any Ot; the men leave the and S. C Partin attend our"school.. We'are always := .
Kinsman $100,000 ,at Southport, % ; : '''
r1 spent i_ Dorothy 't'
,
Francis Goblet expended: folly as.much s t>f the company from 'the, fact, Mr, C, F. Smith pf Yelvington was. glad to welcome! ne, pupils. > y and a number of others, including 'J,' they.could not viand tlieclirnsto Malarla 'down for a chore vM\ I last Sunday. : Mrs: I). Johnson who has been _E Walkover MhoM: for moo OJ\NN':1 '
M. =Town, of Tampa, spent largo sum nod .chills are' absolutely '.'n. It seemed llka.old! times to have, him' very sick tbis) week, woo are glad' to r, a arbn ael+i.ae.rareryl.od, "t '
-
i .
"and failed proHtably*Y known." '*. WllhIII.., Wewere Hprry he 'couldnot s&la1'f'C'o"erlngLou; \
produce crops
."This wa the results on muck lands lo"the ANALYSISrvlce : stay longer. Tlson, who was out of school' Si llltlltititlllltliillllltUitlUil. Jl Uillitt{ 1 1 1111i1tYiilJtUlfltl 1 ltl 1 \\j. k'fI"
.last
vlclnllT of KJsdlmmee, whlcJthavei \ : Hev. Guy delivered a floe eermoirtoa week on ;account of ,mumps, is ,,
,' ,'The following anatysisof muck. : with again. ,
i nut'been Inundated" p\nce i In\ the 18U4 Everglade, and are. will be found interesting f those familiar -, I I a tn.crowded at. Peghorneverybody house:Sunday) a.'I1and enjoyed p. Mr us., R.,l'. Ilanacn' bas, planted 4qabre. tlntntln' ., : . ;/- ,' :. ,--"r' : .., ,*, .,''"".
I
&f f"TieBreat to St any Cloud sugar plant' with! the'subject'. of ,sugar. / cultur JistenHngrto). him. ' ,*.;' and. P half of Irish potatoes. NJ vvv tavvvvv .v turbo.w .
for less lan', : ,The barbecue of the fifth was a sucv Kraoleand': Harry"were !helping: him . "
be purchased ;
ton can Mol..wre. . . . ... . ;. .' .last week,'cohseQueotlV not.In '/ 1).1Q ) \
Were
,the 4Julldlnsrs cosb.that now sta&d., onfit. :f *** /t' -.o U Is fenced has a 3.'I.-foot ,anal| Organic.alter and combined selves school.- Op \ \t. 'Jr.
..". . ."! \45.(1) I J hive newpainters'' Our teacAer, .Ales fjohnston'spentlast P
f through It. has a atandard gauge railroad i watef.' -t.--( "*"*;- '\ ;: We some about .. ,
> *n.it7longdUtance telephone con- Hl1Ic&. ald I Insolublesilicatkd. .,-.. 0.91 Central. Parts Mr.1 E.: Part!n, J.; A.Barclav'unVi'.Irby. .. Saturday In'Orlando ; "

1 and school,' an ao*, Ojtide ,of,iron.: :: ,1't. '.1.4i Smith; 'the,Sre P.O'oP.. ,- "1 : .1 "' '
net stone 'potutnce . ... . . .. .' .,. ..,. . .3.1'1 > : t.
.
soluttely5iealthfulspot l free troln ''maClaris Lime : practicing lr. .Ss'C. Partta's;"' rest.dance. SUPPLIES, ;> .
qd insects. Compare. this with Magoetla.v/ .; -1;,- . ,r,:>. .. 0.18 ., - mr' !! A Monet Worthy ,Article.: f ih"mal\rlou and tncect-laden! *\Ir''' ofit Potash. .,f'. .,. "
thB-! :HsterneBrknownasthe! IverKladea Hoda. . :. ....'. -.v *; *M "' 0.11 place near St.. Cloud fie ,baa a ,nice., market for years and gains friends S ; . . 7', : : -' ,: -

j" 'lhn name Us value. . Phosphoric acid, .!,?-.. .,. .;_. .<. .*, 0.18 ,, *p1Me. r every )' 'a... It is safe to call this moo ,( ; 'S : :
The blacklack'ridge spoken of .so Sulphuric.? ACld/... .'.*. ,i.+'f? 0. 1Chloaine. ,Ms'Hanty Break' wa's'-at 'PeghornSunday cine a worthy one. .Such." Ballard'a j . :, 'I"" ;\ft S : rF n''
. . 0.43 *
:.
htlnglf by GovernorBfoward are v '. Horehound cures i
; far more "alu"ble fo
i. llrQlt S,'pnd the sum already 1 peat The chemical analysts' haaJbeen'subBtantlated -J Henry Newton's family.. One of the beat known merchants to ; I : Slats :;.Pen'CittlEta; ::'," .. .t, .
:,b1 the State II tar to' excess "of the>. 'by; practical experlenoe! r Mr. L. retina' egg plants are 'lookjtJng |Mobile Ala:, says}' 'For live years r

.. :ye!pi value of the portion cf the laver Muck lands have*" been found to -be one, ,.b. xpeet.. aq<. -ship -some next my family,bas not been troubled wl hwlnt.el' : < wU be'lound: ,at'ih'4.: ., i

t ss tot possible toj-eclalm. suitable to a. greet 'variety of crops w f'k.' coughs: we..iwe this to I3al--, ., ., : '... ;, .
.,.. td the little picnic party just returned especially.IWla.. eano.If.: -. There was"u entertainment at the lard's Horehound :Syru ". I. know, it 1 .. r, \. '" ;, ,
' ) from Okeechobee. when they "In j rsald '''Okeeohobf could be easily ed the yield of cane on this farm, 1 by night Therawas a. large crowd ofyoung j sick spells." SoldS.by Itoberson". i -..J| .Osceola '
.drab ed;" remember that Lake Okee- meaurlng-th0 land cutting' and< t.oI)- :-folks prpaentend''bey: alt, Pharmacy l' ;Eharmacy.i
' eh bee t took care of the. rainfall Of the ping tbe cane as luwould. go to ,the seemed to have a nice time., '. ." 1',' ,

'MJ es'inlexteo. .. well mill and by actually weighing it.found Imo:: Sharpe and Clay Partin 'have Ltte; to''. M, Wllisoti' .:Jr. ,'
4, the rainfall of Us own a.urlace the acre./ The samples of caneaken they ore bothyolnff, to school, I hope 'K1sshMNE!' ; FLA' '.. : . . .
last was 2T Inches?. And 1 the lame tinie"anA. tested "' by 'the they'wlU both be better boTS. ; it' : :'Dear'Sire-' bur r 'sell l : '-
blch '
year at. 'wentr agent.ought to 5. : ' .. .. ; : \ .. .
"I"-.I.\ .... .
eve seen Kle.immee'River stretch Agricultural Department at Washington Jklri Henry PartIn and his girl nlne-wnth'of tbe..paIDt.1( :''Ofjbl8town, .., .1. '
m T.ylOq's Creek'to .Fhh.>';;;Eatln' showed 13 to 13 per cent<<: '' .auoroan'i to a rid' e w a the eve r'; ,; es r*'Sunday| and Tfglony no use to try for the other ; ,

rfek.. a. distance of at'leastHoIrt<;YI Vhlch Prof., XV, H.Wlley stated, ,woujd\ .. re ruoon' . Vt, -'i ij'i'fi.' ..r'& 'L Uloe'Illrd. .."' -, t.enth.'h\..,:Tit o proportion ) ac t1''l't.! who f : ; {"i } ;\ :; "t \it., r:,:" u { V
I IIIlIel. 'J'hlnk of a' jheet; of Water yield two undred pounds'of sugefr'to .,e, -.II'i ",iii'-iK, J!? -?"I' ", y!' r'y.". -:,' ''I'. won'ttakegoodadvle,, and .useMbe ,LRjkftt11'1'4 f f'W. ''.Stl -

.thirty miles, wide and from four to ten the ton of cane or .tw ly* thousand( wads"a Julie. Caeaa'rV "- least-gallons pa\nt\ ,'is- at\xutope''' In 'j. ; "'ar'' ) .
,i .r, feel; deep pouring into Lake Okeechoi'bee si* hundred pounds' to the acrec'Wole: of t nerve, hut stcknetis 'leftlta' "wn among even owners of. houses and : : t '
and then ,consider it 'a 'simplerooter' marvelous yield after, 'a continuous:/ man and he' became' aired before stores' and shops And ,.barn, and :',+ ' '
to carry I H.off through canals! cropping/ for twenty 'years without one
Ifi ill add 1.I..10D to thl< enormous' flow,,-otto Jt.ound.offertillzerol'atg!' # :aworlpUThin ;-.-. &bis.'(O/'nldlher.tIme.-, 'Sickness' Herblne Iftjofton will caused regulate by .' One man in ten will buy.a gold brick .: .FLOYD. 'Q.MI'f'! {. '&= :(d. Pron's. .;:.. . .a;f-: .
.
.,water31; Is a factnh.'Lhe' lowerof porrtton ; farm In. .ajso Il'rowlIlIlDfty.busb'eaor or green goods* \\t ,be has the money1 J "t, ' l ....'.. t ..
"
ho Everglades: are' subject, choice-corn to.the acre and x>ne.' -u( tour liver,'and alive you Kansas'bealtlu'writes Mrs:, and gets .a i1'001.chance.\ . ,,,,, 6ucgenor ..> MARTIN... THOMAS." '- ,, :' ., p, _"; +;I' '..:,. .
.
tldcs. Canals In this portion oftbe the thriftiest young:'prangs-grove \fthe .Hat-rl.i\lIsUnJ1ollon. ; Devoe at fl.73' \ ( -betterthan.1 \
.1 'j '' oonHTder the'Imsf'ineiilolneI 'porral\on'; *: -Y. }tl'yet
iKTeririaes would be useless. Jt III aMact stale is growing oft w ''portion, .Qt gold; adulterated1 anq ,.fchorfmeasure r } ];.
$ f "lal.'dry> muck will burn egttalto this 1arm,'. .Jjeftf.lng. heavy crop* 'VObt (',: ever" Sol heard\ of. 1 am never\'without paints are graen goods and 'New "' :
It. d b Horses New "New.
i '! ,craw sod ihous.ai.ds of dollar- have f..ult 1 ; .yhoberpuq...., .. ;'dr1'hnryymacyANbtes gold'rloka. V : VV > Bogie:;, < rri gnt. \;'
t.
Ores .tn the ,muck, "VVjleyisCjiief eWmifct *, .-l"'n&" $l'ifi -' '
1 been perflKhtiPr(: rof> W, u ; : } ; pevoe saves half.;-nore< less, of\ '. ,
:., :( I thbuiands of acres b-.ve been-de> the UnlWd gtatea Departmept bf Av ( P/o'mise: falPlay\; the labor and wages 'Of palntingttt;. I Is t -' ? 'i' .. LtY' ,. i
1 latroyea$ by fire 1n" thtsylolnUy.. Wheniotute rteulturestates tbat + Chese: land are; I i A all paint. ; full tl6ll&'t.b and full, meat ';;; ..,. ; t, . NEW. EVERYTHINSt!' ..... ., : !
the.Jo ver l deJ'I.! dry, noug or new to agriculture: and.. ,superior. to Jbukagc) ; yule hotelsate nfalclng elab- 'sure, There,'U no,, pitier- .Ouch painwlthlti"teh t (00, r. , < . ;a : .
t abltdvatton. w1Aybeinternal. Irnprove.i anynthertdil l .In.Vhelr! capabilitiesfo? .; orate arrangements' to' handle' the per cent:' Ten 'per 'Cent oiaborand .J"i'
', ''P'uoard. krop<<: i -up. OrfcanUeO{ fire be' crop .. "" vlsiere.wi'' j\\ are exneoted.-.U\ .-stUrndtheernlvltt7lovemberbth paths 1"'wontt' saving7"".n'l ' '
_r"l'fc csf,' )antes toputvutthe tJ.-esjl''or will ..MeR..4\bj. ( i1F eleKe' '&!." .a9,' 'l 6t.h--7th tt+ i,I' (,he'least.: I fKere are scoril'! ofpalatatbat When; ypuTwHt: ilfRrsf-Ciass-. Turnout,callfu$ f) !T if

J h'I.ouisvllt4. { .:;:?;ashville hallway agricultural chenrtarof: refer 8th, ; 9lh and JO. An. 'sgreernensl'has thrown way r'alf. of both '\ : ;;: ; ..:. .,i. > .
; ,'!company boar hk 4ks. ptttllt'! after the KJ, the high p@rcenta'ye i : of.vegetableand'nitrogenous been made by them to., .manlalD low srallons and labor. oo.wottlngj: ,china-. Iw "P iO ,6 itCARION ,.4' + Jn-

& "';jive counts* jv-fo
i 'boroug-h: niu,t ewamhec.Mat >tbe.flve of tile- new l lands." : various parti of the 'State >and 'sur- water-all! t ey..al?' good -for Is to ++."II.I.f'I'. : ..II "' U'V." + ..' .
q teounibs: toctIl'bC.: .>t1. lor a worthless,' Mjjppf D.Tackle'director'( of the rounding country.that noMll advant* make gallons 'of obthlng and look .I "IJ,. ,f.'i: "' ,.......... ( "k

*m 'tOlbO.slbte. ..dre.p,..a her \\plllhbo.,! Peat ExperimentStation.. Dremen.ubJltll age will be taken, -of 'them because like paint In the can: more gallons tq .,-;.... -. .--:--- '- ._;.:-- \. 4''fL
.. ):
.
.{b.,'d '"vv:.. .VAN .1)UZoq.. a careful analysis, of the.ol If, .f their Jack '''of' information '. and buy and more gallons to stay) for" puu|',:i ' -, "
'1 I' ." 'U Dr. Tackle says: ''1o respect to Poor knowledge. of the city.; Some' of the .Injt-on-Jrold bricks and green goods r; . .. . . "" \ \
. [,1 'aaeiI:I; :'I. t'fC I
: lime,' the of sort from, Io'iorldllare '. ''I D .M.pt '.MJ C.: *.yAN, ; '*. *->,'+'Mk'Tasteless ;
|/ Ql\Or'Tampa Times:; \ samples eapat"lty"aDd Installing new furnIture: Judge Falrchlld) H i>earStr' :-My' attention,has,, been quite slmlHr to those from nortb"we.tero' The rentnrants et pect. to do. a '.tbri*.* houses exactly alike In Lufkin, Teas;] ; ;EI.t' ;,,i -. '.k. ) ::11(,))'..,
ll llcalled .Gt>rUlany, overgrown 'with bouserT ... .. ::; 1 !'"" : '
/ to a letwr Jrcl1l. Idr W. L. .Van Ingr, bUII'lealQ JH.Torreno.palnte4'both ; ,j. .. i.f r > <
,i'l (..Du.r.( dated. Sept. :5W; JWXJ> pdbiI' Led heathers. .It.*..d IstlnguUhed, however, ....... : .. 1 :, ..' ono.Devoe 11ti gallons; the other with. I.: 'I" ; :' : ''11 ...L.1). ..., ./j' r. ..-:
Vtlu Issue oft .\e .witb a much higher content of nllro- :auaranteed. another paint sold at, same once 25 '
y, a recent :your paper. A .Cure for Pile \ ; Waters
I ''Mr. Van' 1)uor'inllntloned'): myself, yen and by a' tnach'more' perfect .-decomposition : gallons. That 25 gallon paint is weak ;& rsGrote( ( ; t Gr l'b,,+ !: .
,Itamonir/ others personally, request. ; Very likely -the. nitrogen iteh'ina-blind''bleedioa I protruding &nd 15 percent wbltlngj; thaw. why U :

;j |,*itbe Allege! of replying to\ Mr.. y.n .tI| ,contained In a form more avail Pile Druggist are'< authorized: to took 91.gallops.} more.Yours!! -' ," '.1_, ; Ivael..le ... ' ":" .; ,. "" ;
: I tuuxor to correct ,soma ,qt' .h;,is"' JtateJi5l -. able to plant. growth than in northwestern refund money If PAZO OINTMENT.falls '- trulyv :. :' ". -L m' ii Germany peat lands. undoubtedly :oure Jn- .t ti i to M davs.., ,COo.-. 'F., W.- DevoK. A Oo, :: : 'i J 'q'foLI! ;...'
t t; ri 114 saVi":.'!"The- tgresent:Statd'. ( bem. theoU as represented, by At the Churches. New'York G. R. 0 C ,1..R. 't. ES"\.. .. ,.JLv1T;! ;- ,.

: 1'f8i: R. E. Role who ,.pent t60O;() (). onbl ibe-aamples, ;"wlll\" .. become. very! pro'ducttve : Sunday. "" ., .1))( ,..\).
. General Robert E. a.e. ', .....r< ',. . ,. ,....., :
ck'farn ,
,
made .
,. ) and 'a' complete Regular'services+1 i'at Llie''CbuFch' of .L.. ,,,:."., 1
"t:T lfallure.e The facts are./t/, .sold prv Interest Mr. Cfaus'SpreckJos; probably. thegreatest Christ..3unday 14th.",' Was the greateat''Gen'eral, the world j S l .... :i Ii
''' Cloud to Hamiltoci\) Ulsfl- authority on sugar. prbductionintheworldpays bas ever known Dallard Snow AOawTi ,l .- t, ;,
I (n Sty Sunday school 9:45: a. 'm. --'Preach* ,. .COUNTY: : ; FOR' fc ?N ;
1 SMSatsatisfactory. 'prices,' Im'''- abighcoiupIinxntto Liniment la the 'greatest.. Liniment _ .; : } J(1
ttoaiq > Ing service. U a m. .Bul;>jeo, ''In'' .. .
.
of the the. richness abel; y.lU4\l'p< .mucklands ; Quickly cures l1.j pain, St'' I* within '
toed 1 tel) after organization; rreaning Fruit'\ : to our, Account. :If A' y I :
:
l CJtATEd' .J>j
.
: "'' Florida Sugar Manufacturing, Coi"itilthicapltalx for'the : reach of all, T.1 U. Polr nter''Hewp. ,Celebrntcii ;Fectillzers "' ,
'. ; ., .: + I'a.Marcis22,189& Phil.' 4J.. ,Chrliitlaiv! ; Endeavori&o* .. .. ,
Writest .
a.6 I >f one million, 'dollars : /,hPhll841tttPhla'l cl ty 8:30.: Subject,, "The''Foolishand stead Texas. this is .to :cr- I' 0'y ... 'i-4. '1"" .r, ,i
.
,
\ ltoo '-Disstons Dear I.U".t.b&\i"Hallardll Snow Liniment has E', .T' h' I.f ,..
.
the results and I ,
,entirely) on con Wise.Matt.. .
j'baled the ;: 2U-l-13.! ..,. .
i .
; '' . ..... . .. .. ,. ..
: .IUol1., of 4.he, St.,- Cloud plantation SlrIn, answer to ,dutl' .of the 2Qth Preaching 7:30"p."m subject. "Glory been used In bur household for' years ,-'- .,.-ca I':.. ._: rr.. "< S ' ,' ..I .. .\
\iader \ and nian-: inst.' In'whlch'yovLjaskmy oplnrtoa"rellardlrlZ".I"lorlda and has been found to ()e excellent! h .Prr5I./ed. ra 1. .. >,;! IY'
'hUe' rty ownership; leg In the' ,Crosa Only. 'Gal B:14: <<, i APli.atIQat ,:,> 1 _
..
t. k I a etn.nt;' which'' ''. badto- ;hat time; / as i a'J sugar-produc- Midweek prayer' meetlnt Thursday Liniment for UheuUJatln'palm,.' ';,1'' am : .. ... .. . .. '" t "

I> '.::t. i.:bowed an annual dividend of --40 per ihtf .t te-I.take pleasure .In' saying 'blgbt 1:30., . subject) ;. ."A :Church:: In never with out it. ,, : s' :4 . ,'.
; r't
!
. .
\ ,
l'' during recent 'lp' tdi. Inspectvonr .
I the $$100,000 capttalemploved.! that my Sold bv'JtobersopPparmae: 'tI' '
+', ;- r-ha'1I8U.ton I sold the ems'inderp( myit.St gar,, .operations. ,my: surprisewas for TribulatIon.doors are open" at Be'all.''"!'51'108.2D: :-ll.v:.and Th the@ ,'".. ' : 'I :' :Jt: ::D;;ES) } : -1! a. ; '1 (; tfp'Mf_ :' ; '
I finding i
at such.'euntry' ;
farm Cloud -less- than a. 100 great ; ,public! welcome, _. $10 Rewardl 1. .' ; _
', ,.
tjJ; 1'For
;.... es 4-ftr $22,000)( ) 'c uh. :'It/ E.: Rose the growth of sugar/ cane. The soil iil . "
in arlcbM liny.that. I'have ever! seen? such lnforroj.ttoa a. wlil lead }.J
unojt make a failure any way : 0outy +
'pii sad-with cultivation F I. Printing Press For,Sale. : .' : : .Prtac4u'oe O ,' t Sp: alt. ; 1./.
,
i mufck land'' Jarm.. agriculturally\ proper tpe'yleidshould toithe arrest and 'conflctlon of the i, >.. ,d ,
*r 1 flDa.ncl.lIy; tfuon'\,.tbe', oontrary, be.equal to that of any'other ; ':We have for'safe f at: '''a bargain 'a parties who shot bunch ol quad and 1 < -....-. . . . .., .;........:.1., !, ,10 ",'. Uf' ", ,!o> ',
sd ibe property over to the';11'101'!' eOD.Itap'l) the face of.the r ., SII Manufacturing' ; :Company". .i' 1 eongrawlate you upon the brlgbtp'rosueot ,press.i ,Will take..' culumn quarto heads and feathers. at Hammock grovel,,JJ', .. . . ,. ",. '" .." =ow . .. '". ., 4':11' '

tf I May\188 wlh a'croo-of ,,canf20 for tbe future. o( the- 'sugar lorm- -ffurthen-'JnformaUon'( ', ad, ; depot'on' ..Monday.. afternoon>pt24ih'.: > -. q- "- .-,--'",-. ", L _L.. L, ._,.L,,, _.. .. .. 'I. <'r.O"',... .,_(,,,-,."... ... "I ,.... ."
t ea-a at proved' one" .of ''the;'best,' buslne." s> in t.h4t state; of B'lorlda.( .' press the Valley Gazette,. KissimmeeFla. *" t : A: E..Prou) Has' .S.f ' : 1:" ,

4 alr4l.conlldered.. ever produce la ,<.' Yours truly; ... -' ,' ', o.cI, ;:,rre : Y1';. 'W"t
CLAPS 8PREeKLIm-: I' c" y,8aj Stood zsYears
'. United ..StlueehacrQp which intgeA :'w" :; l th6'Teat; ; .
,
the letterrom ''MrClau\ : -Whila'represontlng O.ceola, eouetyad.Falr '. ,M"rr. f -.-&&WWard returned last nig. W "otd.'otJdn.l.G..oye', ; .', T.StMaal 10 ..'. .04''.. 'f". ,'...+, ;' .,. ...1. (. :,4'fr"J f'r ,,1, "

sekleir'Quoted by )'Ir..V. Daiff omIQ.ls.lonp: ; at the Tampa from Bound Bc'ook."Ji.'- ;3.. .where, he; ChITl-Ton 10.'w.You know .what ygct are "'. fl .. .0 .1.1 1" ',.. .
,1 ; Cu peVj State.Fair.Mr.;:Van Duxor'dtstrlbused. : taking. It is iron ahd:'. 1a'a ." '. ...' rove S7lfttid.' .. .It.
p. re ail lt before :the' Cane had been spending the summer for;,tbe qulnlt-e : 1'J "' : : .;....' rYs" :t '
: .
batjdi,.ds tit Jtbeaepapers\ exhibited\ t,4'' :.; ,. ,:\ ,
: iAssoclatlori{ Id Jacksonville, ; benefit ,of'' :hU' health; His many steles* form/ :Ifocure, .no,p''OO < : \' .. <:\;: ,, .
" Jw.ioo4f v : '.. v fi: '< .l; 'I the uiuok soil, and .ilnd* specimens, of! friendsAere'irlll be glad to dcnoW: ", iiiat I : : .C .'" J '
,,As.toWrJflnsmdn'* failure' ; ;'jJr-: sugar.c..ne.:. grown-. thereon1"; 'ln f be tl njttcb Unproved., .-' a ,. : \ "' ? ,

!ilaDasprltoowsltvas..oansed dl- every.Vayt advertised the ;: value and : i .raft load of caftlst uxUy to11ottl Webb: .NC'1dII 1j.off\? ..... -

\ by .....:"Florldar' ."arr Manu productiveness of these lands'par, 1 JJ C.'Wallaee: l closed'out:, ;hla .eo3d a tare. dajttsr.o| ; Tampa.'Mr. : : ,, ., : .!IP.//

Hruw Co., t*1oa< 1. sp1y w tkeulat1yjorgrowingaugsreaneproetabytTheeelands I drtok boslaeas bard last Saturday. laa4, 'Webb. "IIIM.! .:J'. "1I4;xp.ad@,.) ,zal l"r' ,t'3'.p'.1'. "-' r -. : ,

. .,, ,, . atllan" > .... ) ; .:,; ,. are Identical IIIi> 11 I I. Kpcodlni!. ; Utlf,,">t.,tit,(; In"TaeBpa '-..;- .. l Torhe .;' .;N ,. u f ; 4 "'d .7Y"' _tro e It '
." v ' .'
. r . ',. ,, ....t.,.'....f., ' ",.' ,.. :.ii ,>t'.t 1.1" (>It '" .11. = ..'. : {If; ', ', 1 7' t 1 '91. .J.., )J ,
.
< ; ( ; w y .. '. ::1ro' i> i. - y y ... . M"'t''fJ't/\J''' %"ai
' . ; 'At .
.
.
+ ; ;
\ ;
tsu '" ". ..-- t,,. .....}. tr.f"'".. '... ". ., ''.t . 'ff' ' rt
'
.,< : .': \ '..1 .. ,"" ,. ,; '' ''r
: : 't, c--:: ., Y.
" .' 'f. : < S ' :
'Ii', = : ,
i: 4'I < oT ,. .
.
.
.
,
1
yo. ': / ,."A' < :' :.- ... ". ; "' "t"" '. . ,, 1 "



,
.*


.:i .

__j ,
-
.

c __ to tClnt; after caring; for him, I conld: .: .._' : --
bring myself: to loolc S S S S S _t S S S 'a, S S S S S S .t.'A
being na the Yatton bumpkin avre>tly on| such_a MACHINISTS! STRIKE c,,. j' .* .->

'NkA- "What a" thing poverty, and what ... l ] i
I ; It brings one tot Bit BUM you keep\ In j I in Floridaa
Doings
all
.. you, can with Lady Cnircblll. and If Shops 'of-the. Southern Silent
anyone asks for me Jl oy; I'm staying
4; : SIN.V with.a relntlon of :Mr. )[obun'., o( Tat in Man/-Cities.:

dress ton. She I looked TeI'J' .aUlplctou. at my Ir "r 'V W. 'r -.. r .v. .... .v.. ,.... -v ... -.. #""." ..- -.-.r--w'--'w'-- '.- ,t _ _
saw that'
before she opened
: .
'% her lips; but, which'character Penaaeola 'la '
was I to Rsbulldlng. To Exp.rlment With Strawberries.
: : NP&' do, the dowdy nurstry governess tor ROAD REFUSED DEMANDS The rcaulldlng! of Peneacola.. removing king Potato may have a rival at

d her, or Matty Fergumon at her best for & : tbe debs i and searching for vie- Hastings this season. In the- ttrawber _

)(ohun1 I decided I liked Matty Fer \ Urns of tbe hurricane continues with ry and eventually may be deposed ;

HONOR gusson tbe moat, nnd that\ 1MI ow,. the '1,1i n Ask',d for an i JnereaeY'Of. 25 P.r 'c: rush. Mu'h'"of the waterfront. : has as this luscious fruit "Will be plant0 -
most important -
\ to' J
win ,"u premier C.nt In Wag.s ind Ta" Hour a ee& clearud- -- . on a large, scale: If the first experiment
coup. Dlscrrpanclex ot dress '
could be .
An: Inspection Fbrt. McRee' proves the success that It
explained away to (be woman after Day Bui Wer.;Turned Down, was .
$ ") ----- ,, made -a few fays bgo by. a ..art tsjuVdlcted' It _will;
: oMJoC "'W"""", -I" ward, but nothing: could explain away Consequently They 'Strike. ) go.
S' CI OOW"kW W"W" W'I( the 'want of good looks to a man. Some InS down jbn %he, Ponrose. The' boachis Abb'it; twtnty.five'acres will/ be cultivated '

'J. --"'-'.. IArTEftVLC :r' ITTt "Touudgt.d bec 1Qo- bardlyj Olfford. volln In that' lovely allk' lAdT I The refusal. .of..the Southern railway strewn with.uutror *. cape,. ammunition In Btrawberrlesythia, season
!'" njluuf'd Elbe !I.11 .\'.ry nice Win!. 'after all. and Chvrcblll gave me, and mamma's to and equipment from the,, post and a larger trofit- per' acre"1'expected ,

.Iof waa 'her way" of looking, at Olfi -And unusually 4>andcquie? ,' Glttord, la U flonlc (so kind ofber to. lend It me), I' further treat with Its machinists which has been damaged to the eiti- than Is yielded' by potatoes.
i ford, and upeaklns/ ;, low," 'sbo ex-; she not?", and the Bath hut-4lny, and one atom relative to wage! baa jreault--:, maud extent of 40,000. The party While the prestige of' the potato fa

f;, ,pUlnrdwhen, long1, afterward, be U Mr. Mohan was! standing under the of scarlet In front-aforesaid. You ed in a general strike throughout the kino made, the discovery' that here also threatened Mils does ,cot mean tbat;

I, .toU el a confidant Respecting* the trials porchway now,, bis ftice upraised should have seen them when I ('amelnl big system.. One thousand machinists tho nit had I broken through the I the potato acreage will be reduced on, "

> 'of, tbat'tI..t e.aLDa--.ptftklnl: so low hearenwnrd. IIlIcltlll mind evidently Mr.. Mobun actually Jumped "bethought in'the of walked : taland,, cutting; a channel about fifty account of the berry. On the' contrary
employ the road
c ." and tremulous, ""when not a minute* deeply Interested In tbe fighting of his ; me so handsome and la -vlellle: out ("jrards. wide and Item throe 'to lour 'the acreagE...',will be increases ,
": ,,'' V before, she?bad i given loud orders to clirar, flllo and her' maid servant'. looked aa Mdnday morning at 11 o'clock.: ; 'feet deep and emptying Into the lagoon yearly In' the future ai In the past '

L '. : !, .toy servens| about ,her boxes. Andihen "Very 'handsome face, baa. she not burled.themstlves though they woul4' shrivel up and'be 'Last August the ma htaliu, made ThU'taakeai three channels cut And, new land will be cleared up for

"'.' a berbat.mnodest, womap. seeklng la Gifford Just the style of beauty tbat and China ornaments, and and tbelr cottage, 'a. demand, for, ... 25 per cent increase through ,' the' gulf, the otl er. two the.,, tl'.w\\>erry, Hastings boa' thrived

J r with a sitttatloivainong bat like, tbat young (!children "UI so taking the at first sight!" under the splendor tf my regdl everything double Jn /wages, and ten hours a day. The. I emptying Into the bay and one being; 'on "Murphies", 'and- with strawberricni
.
upon her .lieiidli R thing It's out
!
i 'and her'mantle trimmed actually with" GIfford--. and as be agnInJ"spoke responded skirt. FanI write nonsense, but I'| matter was referred ,to a committee a mile )ln width. The Islaad ,has al. as ,an, addlUolIal; asset will grow ,at.
he '
; velvet, anda *dress that, might have applied himself,to getting another Tee.u.lu. don't feel in spirit Something tells of railroad officials composed of Su- ways protected Penaaeola and Ita snipping double the1 old' rate. )
'-.tood alone'when abe aad-berself| that from his case. "I beg I me that this monster with his money lrlnt.ndent of Motive Power Stew- frpa the fury of hurricanes And Ir.veKtlgatlon. of the Lawtey and other

/ ber' mamma,' had scarce tbe common: pardon ;Jane, what, la It you were your say (ltd all nonsense about his being rained: art and General Manager'Spencer, the, aei4sshout. are of serious ino- strawberrSWfVwlng; sections satis. I U
r .,.....rlea of llfet These were ,tbe lag The Fergusson handsome!* Ob Miss Brlstowe says the timber alone the latter a relative of Pre.ldentSPeQ" mecChIf: the situation ia considered" fied' the Hatng* farmers tbqt the?

i ; f"things that set me right. to"her real well, ,' _not bad: forward manner will pay all the.debts In two years) cer. ... Mrioua time g v.rnment will no. doubt have Ideal I /dJO for raising this fruit.

: "JUi.t1Jre.. from- the first moment I 'saw though jast what I"told you a daugh something tells me.Fan it la going to Frequent delays were asked for .by: take steps to build Jetties, and'they' lnJin tdlatelr,ord red plantc.!
p'. ber be strloun. and I think'of U
ter> of Mrs. Alexlsl Itia- belIeved that Tho berries
'j f Ferjrusson'a must be. the 'oftlclals I but finally an ultimatum Standard Oil markerdemsnd* far more U
'
: "" Ani a*' Jan*' never 'meo %one4"anr. Tbitnk you Jane!".She WM.buttoning without Why* are a soul bandsomr t And, refined creatures was Issued whichstated in substance -' Large No. 90,with nine men t>n board, than can be supplied and tho fancy

1ft .thing about. Miss Fergusson's youth his' coajt across hls cbest, In fond fear mOney like )II''. Glfford why Mohun are men with that tho Southern bad decided lost' last week by the tug Astral, price make this a most profitable! In- -'

_ '; and beau.,,- and Olfford's evident''and Jf the .Jl'llId air of the' soft spring go to sleep on the question. I mast loveto tu refuse the ;demands of. the machinists ba h gone to pieces. The'..te.mer Ax- dustry. Many of tile farmers hav ,,
.. 'warm appreciation of'the Bight."Mjr',own dear ;Jane, so good My minster from the
t same. It I I.t klnd-fe .mamma, and If I possiblycan I'll ,. Havana .reported.'uponber their plant In ground and report 4

::' to tion be* held did not that realy these| petty considera so Matty Fergnsnons thousand-fold living! !"above alt. tbe .pet Bom>. _cash_ but of-Miss Q.;. but If. The busy" hum ''of the machinery ,arr va that she passed through. thai they, are' flourishing and promise IJZ

.L the opinion: to'which she Influence referred.her. in Then-and remember, ho knew quite not. ana li I tee tnat its necessary, I la the "various' shops of the company many miles of aea covered with oil,, I to luiail all expectations.-Times- _
and It '
.. li Mlsa Fergnso n was lively and well be admired Matty and was on hope she will' manage to send me a was soon 'supplantedlby a death-like la thereforethought that the Union. 'U
very
r. ''pleasantat>teai and Indeed' during.allthe the eve of a flirtation with her-Mohun pound or two directly I write for It. ttillness, and It the big corporation barge has brakea'up and the mep -. .

I'ftt"o.tbe' evening; '. Quite' early bad the exceeding baseness to bold Mr. M. said something about riding in as stubborn and persistent In its probably lost Threeother oil barges State ..Socialist Ticket. ,F ,
; Jane'a last night and I haven't a single pair refusal of are adrift: In the gulf and It la I Herbert C. Davis
Jo the entertainment she asked Miss poor hand fondly, and even of an Increase In pay. as the possible secretary of the
Grand, as a girl may, ask: rmiddle-. press It to his I lips, .. be bad not done rldlng-fclove 'WIth me; besides In machinists are determined the strike that one of the othersTIa gone U noclallnt convention has requested .

ka aged woman, to .call, her at once by for a very long time past, before be a and village all sorts there of may be charity sermons will be of long duration.James to pieces and not No. SO. Hon. H. Clar Crawford, secretary ot

O1 ber' Christian name -JUtty. left her nothing about."Hopingyou.. expenses (hat.I know O'Connell of Washington D, A cable was received from the.Brazilian *tato. to certify to the different' counties ' "

jL 'It I. really Mathilda, you know, but I don't think she was quite reassured C., president of the International aasoclatlon government extending through U and. to the several congressional

1., ? mamma always calls me Matty, and I but she tried to say to herself that she than, 'When I left. .are I-am getting, my poor on1 better Fan ordered the strike Immediately Its vice'consul tbe sympathy of that district! the following; nominees :st: .,, .

T i should be*rery glad If you "would do waa/ happy and that she had misin your attached. M F." after, the first ultimatum of the government to the .stricken city, Dos- The socialist party in Florida to be- ,' .
"
k .
ri; #> ao too. '! .' terpreted all tbe looks that .Glfford's "P.:6.-I shall hang on .here as long Southern railway was made known to cns of letters and telegrams, from U placed on the official ballot to be voted ,
Thereuy..making Jane' feel herself to and Miss'Fergusson'a ,eyes bad been wholesale merchants
as I possibly and business on at the nvxt general election
men
:V be cane even suppose nothIng U : \ j.
c old enough' be Matty's mother. exchanging I during the Inst three hours. ; serious conies of my visit.. l>eviellle him.The International Association of were also received either enclosing; Railroad Comnillllon '...-'A.C.. ebi..
1 aid At all
GJfford to- think events '
wbat abe went In -
natural
a
again with. flue 'Will do Machinists checks or else W. Clark Reach. .
2 unaffected a anything Mohun which I. one of the offering to) assist. Pen- :
creature this strong: determination
to
child managedVafter all.poor to grow neglected up. more to any. of the torments succumb of Idle no bds| hero and I shall take good care hewon't strongest unions In_ the country, demanded sacola if such were *eded.' Theywere For Justice of tbe Supreme Court- .

'uoriy years la It exactlysince jealousy, and WI', much more genial want me 4o go away, M. F." a"general Increase throughout declined with thanks. William C. Green. ,

you and Mr. Mob tin ,met?" said Jane in her tone.to Matty now they_were the ,syfctem of the Southern of-,2S the"oldesl For Member of Congress, First Diatlict ',
h h tntheourseof Mis. Matty's little' con- alone than she had fotfnd'lt posolble to CHAPTER XVII. cents; per day of ten hours. Tbejjftetnand : Probably' citizen In thatsection -C. C. Allen. U

7 tluentaI eminh.eeneeL. "Fonrt five bo while that young; lady, was' appeal. And Miss Matty kept her word. The was made last August and of the. -state died recently at For Member of Congress) Second -'

___ 4 you could not b.yt' been.lu'b'II very' lug; at every'Instant to Mr. Mohan for week for which she bad been originally since that time" officials of the com- I his home near Brown'a Landing, not DI.trlct-John T; McClellanl: '. 4.

p young child then otter all! Four year sympathy and admiration.MI Invited nasaed on without any .lInlll- >o aay> have had ,the matter under many mile front Palatka.. when Jim I For Member of Congress, Third'Disi i ','
.!.' 1- ...0 you werewrariy -," .s Fergusaod. however after sayIng having= betn mode to her wishes r-obtainlng consideration. Hholea, colorod, breathed hi. lost. His trict '--T. B. Meeker.-

,:.fi '' nrteen. said Matty, com "ycs and "no" at the proper Intervals ,employment as a nursery.governess ... Pending the decision of the rail- wife say he was 119 y ara. old, and 'tU
"posedly. "I dldd't took-my age did li for about five minute!, was.seized ;Vnd Mr..Mobun came dally, and rondo the jnachlnlsts continued at us there Is .no way to prove to thecontrs.ry The Tampa Northern rahw )' whlch.
: t ),(".,,Mohun T I*was' short Indeed with tbe mo t'violent for hours at time I \>
very Intermltten fits a to the cottage, and work her .word ..must be'! taken as Is extending lit lines Into Tampa.'out '
-,' -. for i a year.ftet: 'tbat and poor'dear of yawning, and cave evidence of ex (aa Jar as* It was possible to Judge of fins Jim .
: the :
mamma 'ab.tractlon.ln Flnallr the i all road' officials offered was a picturesque old (tai- witted usually .shrewdjoihcllils! Of
I. \ elways would'dress to look treme her him bT'U any outward Indications
own replies. : of
Increase ff'1I key intelligent and the Allantla Coast J .1 '
an : cents interesting. Up Line one .night tha '
T 'like ""How per day
children of
e1eno. What'a llf, It very different oome manner) had'not'the remotest'lntentlonthat
young people
to, the machinists employed the to two"-years prior to hi'death,he leda pant -week. Late that afternoon
at
Atlanta tin
wasr of ,
.
eyes perfect candor** she are.when they have not the stimu Miss Ferp loa should go away. .
t '". Mid this.-."oscillating, between Ems' ins of a man's peaence"thought Miss 'with a pain above all' mmoD Jealousy shops and an increase of'five very active life, earning livelihood Tampa Northern.encde application to>
(fln4.Spa and WI....den and -Baden In Grand. "In another five* minutes'the a pain keener their any of the cefltsper day to the rmployes at the chiefly from, the sale of charcoal from Circuit Judge,',.rT B. Wall"for an Injunction ., '
;aammer.'..nd Hamburg and Frankfort girl would be asleep In her chair." natural paD that a woman must feel Spencer, N. C., Charleston and Knox-' a wagon drawn about the streets by ''to restrain the U.nUccoast, '

I.. In winter, .;.-poor papa always playing, 8(111(:: abe vas not sony herself of any In seeing her lover turn to one younger rllle'shops.. This.wu'det-lIned", where"- a horse end' an,U 01:.; lie always worea Line (ro 'Interfering -with It ('n cou- '

_ 4-' _playing! 'at that .horrible tapis vert. excuse for-"escaping from the'society and fairer than herself, Jane looked,00 upon the' road refused to consider beaver bat and clerical coat and L strucUMt a crossing over the Atlantic.

:; / 11 whether"w* had..onfy .for'dinner or! of her visitor; and as,, Miss I1attyenSerly at tbe progress of the intimacy that the question further. Hence the strike. was very respectful white. folks., Atalkwith' CoatYUne, track at Thirtieth street, '

;4 Ji'aot ''and. dear, mamma still dressing I Jumped nt the first: mention of] was being carried on beneath her roof The following shop are affected': Jim about .the olden times I eap c' of .the.:city. The injunction ..was.arfanUtd ,i '

y i and going to all ih4.concerts and balls.. going upstairs, it fell ;out 'that long and In her very presence. It was not by. the!,, strike: Atlanta Alexandria, was interesting, as his memory' waa and'during tbe night a gang ,
''\ 'whea I'm-snr; \there wee< enough .at before Mohan had. reached bia? own Glfford Mobun alone that MattyLwas Va.;' Manchester, '.Va'-j:: .Speijcer;',? N.' good and 'he could express hlm.elJ of the TampaNorthern -,construction

..bom ''to. break her heart, If she:had house the little society$ ,"so..'er* much ; robbing; her of. Her; life for years had 'C.:' Allh "\\IIt., N.'C.:'; Columbia,' S. C.; well. Pefore the 'great' freeze te 'j, force went to work'and by an early ,'
r >felt things, even aa much as we Jehil4ren. awake when be left bad retlred qulte been sustained by"tbe thought that sheiad
well off in hour
.. Charleton.-. C.; Macon Ga.; BIr, 'or.nae grove propert,>[nd L next morning had the crossing '
.1., Do ;. Mtc< worn ,out with been sacrificed ;;
Grand fatigue for his
yon know
my and ..with- each good. -To 'but
'" mlnghaui, Selma, Ala. Greenville money, since that time hi. completed.
; vine '
,
later and I have .ol'ten gone rcuad'to other, to the silence of their own rooms, have "married 'her ''father'. daughter '
) .Miss.; Knuxvllle,, Sheffield, Ala, andOreenville has beon a\\ sort of uncertain pfopo.tUon -
4) the Jan
hotels at dinner time and.begged to perform' the accustomed pious would have been to sink: him in lv .
( Jrfts of broken as offlcf! witfc; which of her oVn eyes.and In the of S. C. \ A family survives "ht' Chinamen RsbeIonShIp. if; r. .
t ,nients! , the. djshescinieoni'from every day !!?*; sight the tvoridin'nd ; '
4 the i table dhote-na i whether happy or dlaappolned' was .'ber" barren single life ,had at 'At- present the' machinists receive t Ten Chinamen, composing, the fire '"
y this, perhaps,' at' the very time when, closed: Miss'Fergusson./' to unpack her Jeutth/lt one happy thought to let off |3 per day for.ten hourIwork, while The South Beach 'Brlttf and Railway room crew cf the British steamer B. 4 ta.. .

:poor-mamma would tbe dressing<< herself dresses,' think: over tbo success of this It. desperate'isolation-she was givingup the .ap!>reIlU ,!*' scale oV wages la plant at 4t, August, e, baa1 been 0. Saltmarsh anchored at Tar & oolL ,

eJepDJlr for the Redoute 10,the her first evening's ampAlp..nel finally 'all the fairer portion of human ex. graduated from 75 cents to1.26 per transferred from. Conrsta Decher: to wharf, Pentaccla' ,.revolted 'and !/made r .

4ve ing. Bach things ,must have write a letter to'a als'ter of hers, Miss Istence for his. sake! For U her /toT day of ten hours.-.- \ the St. Johns Light a/d Power company ;: a desperate dash for ,liberty, !fighting- t ,' \

i ,erme4 'almost Incredible. to. you, Iam.drtt" Fanny Fcriruswn f Cficltenhamr.! !>"';#- loneLy and unloved was better than The strike Is the first In which the .nd' possessiontaken by the like fiends with the officers who' stopped :'"'

: ." q "' ,. Of this letter.: rea'dcr"you'may.. If for Gifford, and for Glfford's children, macbinlsta have engaged since fROl, new owners For the/present, the new them as they were ""swarming..... I,
L .' .tohungIanced at Jane, a* much as you will! hnvo".tlio-benefit.- would through her to baYs Inherited, dishonor.But when they: demanded a nine-hour day 'owners will operate'the plant under, the sldeaof the vessel. They were. "

_..4$ to say, "You see whatI have told you bdVo been'well' for ,Gifford Mohun what If h& married Matty Fer send a general Increase of :5 centaN| the oil condition../TheT expect, however finally clubcd Into subjection, but 4 ,f:.

d 'about tbelr, bringing up was true;" but could such'n.t: >rlrllfgo' bare 'been ex gusson For, what! .empty! dream'had per day, The 25 cents per day was, to Install, trolley system by toon made another dash and thl*. \ '
l be- also 'looked favorably; "uponMissUattr's t ni&tO! him aa well.-1""'-- *iBJ( *< -1 .i all her happiness born aef aside if her allowed and the nine hours refused. tne.!" first of January. The plant Is in'excellent U' time foueht. even 'more dasnpr.tol2 1.

; flashed candid faceJane felt ,'Here' I am- ;'FantDtbo; 'hcra.ll .of tbJI( married this girl.bred up to the kn_wl- condition at the present time They were farmed with stilettos;,, piece H '

a that the Rlrl was saying precisely what enemy's country, not a ratio and a bait ledge -every..evll of continental life, HEARST SCORES HIS CRITICS. the bridge haying l.eeu recently rebuilt cf Iron pipe aud brass knucks. With \* I: 'i'
q pat herself In the beat position-allow.Ing from' Mr. Mohun 'of Yatton's place and with such a parentage, both on her [ *.
and the on be road' the assistance of
'
-toplaced
tjes *
workmen "
tho- .
.41 faots that Glfford's memofJ'mu.t and ')lr. Mohan of Tattoo baa' beenpending father's and mother's aide, 'W.rrenFergu.lOo on .
'1nd. It % for bad certainly not died withthe .SaysDerogatory' 'Statements' About- -'A'ore: date system has been wharfthey were again overpowered*+ .,'
Impoaafbl bar .to Ignore, the evening! Jiero end has : : ,
Himself Are a Btchof &,1... decided *, the 0t Johns Light and placed In iron. The '
men
and Improving them" to the utmost) looked vastly flattered bj my pretty taint a.felon's name upon him! mutlf., :' U'
Mohun' bad forgotten every syllable speeches to hlm.u: ..and be I. a (very but what waa tbe moral guilt of'a'man William' R. 'Hearst candidate lorgf.eruor and "' pa aT and a better ser nled because1 the cook had failed tt>- ,

_ i ; of her letter, within hal an, hour ofDreading heavy-looking man "of thirty,,i I dressed who for hlir.cwn ; miserable'passion!' of New Tork on, the Inde vice-will be given the .public. In.'connection provide them with chop suey. '

..; \ jtt; but J.n( Jenjjclously! 'renembered like'a' gamekeepcft! nDd.Trth! !! no mannerViiii could rob his own children of bread,to. 'ptndence'Leagu. and democratic tick. with the iale of this plant the -
: those words: "Our happy .U, aha I should ,cJ'. fond of the full\ as great a* her own unhappy et. began his week's, campaigning, fiC-::: Johns 'Light sac Power, conftpany 'The steamer Pelican, sailing from ".S
clrcte.".rour j&earrst father and moth- .eating '.and, drinking"tbo,U latter preeminently father's had been. Would not Mademoiselle with four addresses IIi Manhattan on'Monday ate pushing ope ration'on' : the'Jstreetrailway '/ Tampa for Clearwatnr with, a cargo '

I .d, *!TT andf opposed them to the picture ; and I do thlnk'rve got an Ursnle Grandet the nameless night He dwelt at length .on and the rolls nave ben unloaded of groceries from the. Consolidated s.

of .\an-ed '1I1nocen e begging broken excellent: chance before me, and I hope French singer, have been aa worthy an the attacks made UI'OD'him by the ober certain section: of the Grocery company, sink| off :pass-a. 4

___ii ;tneatsf.while unworthy parents wast-d you wlll.be most careful In all. your ancestress for future Mohnna and Tat newspapers; ) of New York city, and de.. proposed route. Grille and Captain L.. F. Ward and ,

their' aobsUnce on-their own' frivolity letters when you write, os I am stay- ton, all the crafty,' unprincipled living uounopd aa a batch of lies moat of two white men who comprihed th.crew. i,." "-'
unti' miserable pjeasuresl} ._ ,ng with, an, old maid and tbtre la no adventuress which l Intuitively knew the''-statements affecting hImself: aa One of the' t most brilliant special are missing the supposition be
.,That,Jnor l.iJfo-tl.T.. not an hour ago saying ahe might not be. ,Matty Fergutson's mother to be? Forbcr.dlfJane'TfelV4perfect .. _
) : opening some a. candidate and In his, privat.rcapac'Ity : days of the st&lp fair period at.Tampa ing that.they werotdrowned.They" ',,
l Oirrord with the before.blat thrill of '
: :vIsIon of them by mistake.Tell dear mamma '
r- will be> Woodman day for which No- schooner baa Veen1
bet"o.n.J'T.mpa
running .
.
:ief Mrs FergusBon a'nd; the freckled her plan waa'an excellent one. and I shame when she thought what she was "
-.1:,, <. children:h) -been cynical snsplcloui.tauid carried out .efJ'thlplr Just as she said. and what, all her life 'had been and vember 21 bos'been designated.In honor and Clearwater some timf'I: ) :.
....:-.,',1< , .very neat the troth In his remarks Miss Brlatowe.was very cool and with what love.she had loved UohnnJ AFTER SCALP OP CANNON., of the> Woodmen of the-World, one Be.rcb.l.I being made for the mlssinf '. "
f; >IOt'L.upon .. ,, .. .t bare very and the kind of 'who of the greatest' orders represented in meo. 'U
,
1' '" 'D much surprised to sue me at first,.and now MW woman ,
.:...:.. .
\: \; .crown 'up;, Jane 'all. Charily ..torbea.c .- pretended suite to bare.jorgptten that 'In very truth suited him beat-the talk Federation of 'Labor to Make Fight Florida. The Woodmen'last' year,ceL ....' ,J."
; , nee 'gentrotia! sentiment toward the she' b.d'fr "'bee:. to:; school with that amused him, the Idea .
'.. '*'. friendless drl"she was KOlng to- be. mamma;' bqt when I brought In'Lady to his .own, the level wBefeT so .It was'reported IB Washington that I and brll1laot manner, manf i proclamation' by selling whisky lure .

----s ..,.. friend.- They, bad seen, the poor friend- Cnucchlll's njtmvrxntf told ber also that entirely and beyond all' qUtIU a,',' be 'the managers 'of. the American\ Federation I.lectures being arranged tor.the amusement -' I ing- the period that the saloons In Pen- ; '

4' ten girl sod lot she was fair-to look pap. knew Mr Mob n of Tatton, $be' found! the"most; normal and atmosphere of Labor campaign In "poll- of visiting Woodmen ,anu..other*. aficola, -were ,closed, four saloonlsts '

J'Y IlP planitble., of .speech' and'attrac. : BQt decently 'civil. and said 'I' might foR.hls .iDul to' br l\.the.\. ::1 tics have under consideration a new were found" guilty 'In the recorder' ,

-t -,. tire"In,manner.. And now.Mr. .Mohan stop on a few daya, though she couldn't say, Matty was, not robbing her of Olf more this.time looking If the defeat Will Rewt"v, = who was shot by; Tom court, and each !fined $25. The saloon ,
. wa. dl.po.ed to like bei;. and- to stare, do ford alone' but of her last belief I
well' U anything In the way; of recommending lingering Speaker Cannon for, re-election tojqjpakership "Crews: at S.xter., died from his are still -unnlng under restrictions:. '
content. 11b
.na.lIstenMwell; handsome: face me herself.. I lost no time in' sending :In, Glfford's :worth,t her reverence : At case the republicans wound after' lingering four day*.' The closing at 7 o'clock each night. I:'
:
diverted.-to her lively the note for her own fond articles of faith which .
mamtm wrote to Tatton
,
control the house. eoronc>r'* Jury was Gut three boUt 4.
? .foreign ,talk arid Jane-the'mild. the and next day-trill believe tn-I until now she bad held"as much the klndlr bad you All congressional "candidates: who bolero reaching a verdict which they U John D. "Birams, former tax colleolor ,
-9 cbarltable already got & letter. signed 'Jane Grand asking the sacrilege of doubt as the prayers -
. ___, -r" none si locg'way, on the-road toward II I me'to' come for k week-=and promising* she put'up to heaven every night and will not give ..au'r.noo. that If reelected - .' returned sealed, they baring been of pasco county, was convicted of ,
ilwhaUnlr.* her, an I suspected a hidden to do something.to help ne. U bop morning< of her simple life. they will vote for some-othef charged, by-One coroner not to make embezzlement of county funds In clrcul -'

L UE. :naotjv! 'U ordefcted: a palpable deceit L tbe something will be vnbsUntlal, for, ; She felt It lobe- so; and she ..III'to candidate'' than Cannon. for .speaker. their' flttuTBg"-i public until. the .,commitment ( court at-Pade City, and sentenced*
'
.-. 'und.ri.eriono: of tbe pretty little tell mamma,. 1.bought' blt-tbe new he..lf:' will'be marked. -trial, which".will beheld atMacolenay. by- Judge Wall to -two'' years In the '_'\1

: rotBances her'childish-tongue' babbled' shape as I ptfased through Bath;.and "It Is 'well. If .Qlfford can love this '1 : ., penitentiary. J

.,:'orth.V,;; .. .. /f. I',.., only ele.er. and .elghtpence left Matty Ferguison, and If my life,'and 'LABOR DEARTH''STOPS LOOMS.Increase -, '-- '* tj. : .!OJ
> .
Was' she-. commonly meanly Jealous out of the three pounds I started with). my hole -fGr him 'have'beenone mistaken q Two of the vessels damaged 'at Pennabola 'i'J! Emory: boys at 'Emory College --*.,!
: 3
iT-she, who had, always held her Of course I accepted and I here sentimental dream;1 la well for, I. ,
came- condemned Oxford Da!
'above1bJZ3erS: of ,Wag. failed to Relieve have been by surveyors elected: "the,followlnt.eNfleers
/ _ susplcloa .aneh last night\ ,Miss Grand. an old m.1d.ntll.r.oappl.h..nd.l11lplclo" me to be awakened." < "j
: "I"S : ' .0 C.mJrtlon. In. Rhode .Island.' of the 'ltnc erwrltera. They are for the
hlni.,/ : ., but ? To b* Continued.: I present year, reccnUyrfr}
_ _ When that lone AvWlog bad word to should blnk,..from 'the look .ot, the .. '. Cotton mill'agentaIn Rhode' Island*' the German barV.: I Maria and the ..Nor'Orlaibirk'Camp'beI President, ,,. C. 'M., Trammel, ke.P'
P a <*>.*:.all'Mlsa )fattT'.. muting stot. honawitt; 'I 'COIDl'lata'of a 'aearelt7 caf help In som. f 4 fI'
: a tidy IItf income tril: .
) ) I, A WIM "' : ., of which I land*' treasurer. 'J, !
]_ ".jvM lioban, :\.llthtiBg! his .nppOs abe .. a relatlno of the Mohan. Dr. partment and ssser'tht, in. thisi Delaney, }C.y': ,.
- .' .4to>r 1\1'......'_ departure..Jam* state ferr-sfce'!' calls him;:,H3Ifford'-,acln a 'WD.Orngliad's; moatfa.mona eS.the lacieaae la wages araatAearlylist' lire Eopeleaa wrecks' and are to be Weatt .secretary, ,J. 1\., Blocker. 'P.lantt

U' Wt after ,him. to; tb ( Ilttl.>: aaUand;; *m !'-&nd he puta hi.'heel upon the girl his crIeketer recently Bhe'-,gav. a little : ,, summer, did DOt' have. the 'cold at publiC auction* Th' 'surveyors I CityThere Is ''a larger' flumberoL1
.autograph. rfiow.zaminLD ) '
returned for all .... with '
..' "". wtttt a quiet conscious.. ... of\h.r.4e sofa.. Ob. Fan, what bearm..What cobs; another U and 'tn'up&n.tIoalald'Jcan } beneficial' 'result hoped'tor.-; *). I boirom Florida>> in _ a'
'., .wI. ple ble weakAM.altettptedhim what Goths these Knajjlah. .country ceat. - u.. 'Other la '111'10m..-the.xnllla, at ]the present ;M view of determining tflelf'CO dl oD: : attendance.thr ,

_$. on HM n rct so ter. ....... are> compared to. soc& m..aD ... bishops.: She r' got exchange-her,, second two .time..morv': looma<_'are :'stopped than U and.:,deciding what steps are to, betaken the :institution' 1iaverT"kHoi ;, '- ,
1.s aaA I have known! Poor Alexis-. ... .... anto> ; baa, been the caae'heretofor -<. ; ;:, It Is'probable, that' three ;;.
II .'.,! !. / .fs. '- '. 'fi:' rf r- ... > "' I having '
:oj "'others'wfll be' feveral: I
U j : .
,
;
1$ # J.d.mr.e4. *
/ ,, I 'h baaxiueUJthl
yeefiij
I ..... '" \ \ \ :J Jl 'I. t ,, .'i ,. ,; '--a J -f .., )
;< ; .. " - '
', 1,t \ .":' " 'v, ",. ::. ,.,-.he"j .. tt. .t. : .',7. "" .tJ.'l'r": ." ..'!)

,: ., .' 1"" : ' "' .' ". ..' .'' ', ) ).'. '' ''.... ,. .,,, ,. '.-,. ...:..-- .." w" .... ,' t.i'_ . .'. ., '., ,.... .. : .,:. ,, I ..1".',' ,:' .I ,,:',


.-



1, -----.. ...
''''fl-

!., SCORrOFCOleSEgFrom : ', COAl'' DlGGEWENtOlBEl) 'i HREETORNADOES RIOT. AND..-. fflJtf.. JOINTS. :' ..:


Seveirty-Flve: iurid-: 't ,, \ i ... __
.
tr 1 -----w. _
I
"mln
.... Pat
., t .jlYut ,. ta' '':; ''' Dfaousaed ByBaptist. And 'rMSlaeelstMlni.tre' ,

''the Expiasibn-Wf.e kedMlneln . Q, yCaus9d VIrgl.ta..tNsaysph., "X lifpI I icon.. Was.i \ Swoop DowniUpMHi) .Crescent , Reeotutlons'Pua1.'In Atlanta- em*', Terse fu"

-

: West Virginia.WORE ., A special tram' Bllleft.ld1'. Va, City and Vicinity.:, . "'

eaya:, ,AI ''Ul* resul1 "*, *n explosion l Both the Methodist and Baptist miu.

ARE YET TO COME Wednesday afternoon.t at. the I.' West Uteri of Atlanta' held'''Interesting ses
Fcrlc ,:mlne at the '
lea Pocahontas Collier. FOURTEEN KNOWN, DEAD ftlons 'of. their mintatltrial'associations
company where .
the explosion: of "
1903 occurred In which p .. Mondajr, morning. The Baptists held ..
iSnperlutenj-
It I If Qellevsd That There Are Between , ant Walter : :
GTMaUy' and sixteen othrs forth at the First Baptist chnrcln and
30 and 40' Still Entombed., lout thofr lire Me Lives Were Lost In/ the Clty But N
*. :75 .men. are sup .. .. discussed with considerable: animation.. t la
Pitiful Bcenei Enacted: at tho. ,po"d.to. be' entombed. Many People Were InJured-PI'Op.'. \ '
-. the receut race riot In Atlanta. The
of the Pit Two resone parties entered jr .Will' Retch' A-URB.tDRB'
Mouth the .erty. Loss Into .
,
MethodliU deeply .
Sweat 'the
.y mines, an,! ,up to 11 o'clock Wednes into liquor! ,
-. .
} day night .two' mon named Bolbert the.! Millions,, fght and showed. desire, to have .aD K6SCLKS, UJf2
Nineteen
known dead, and -
Ooflash
tad been rescued aad not only a local but a general state .
and."+eteu colored, and from thirty, to.forty : re"l"e"l' 1'ho repoll'abOut New Orleans was'.the' prohibition election AN ANTISEPTIC" :that stops lnitstIoo....eubd ee lad'r

: mO... titolp d'uDd iloubtless"alldead The 'mine' /"I ton I fire/,and-:'th work' ' enter of cyclonic' disturbance ,matkn and drives out Pabu:; "<* .
The .Baptist'"mlntsters |
a. was\ the situation up ..1.0"a:Ute ,of The resquett! ,i ,retarded.' ' j- Friday, at least three of which were and good-tempered but'bad animated a thorough PENETRATES the Pores, loosen: the f"Fibrous Tissues, pro-'

tour .Thursday' night'at the West KorK, determined.cause of the explosion ,Is not tornadoes and caused the toss,"of:*/ C 'discussion of the race Issue and the mote.. a free 'circulation of- the Blood giving-UM. MosUee tiiiaiil'elasttotty. tJ
mln s of the Pocahontaa Va. .
I CollierIse Crest excitement lives" with" 'Jiloa 'vurinjut., ttUUy la.JureO. .:, causes leading uD to the Au.>>.tarlot. v l ? 1".
1 prevails In tho' ... \ wt!,'"
r
company, where the explosion oc neighborhood of They expresse'd: : the belief that the 5-- r _ .:-- _.:--" .. .. 1 I ,Zi .' fyil,
curled late the mines. Crowdsof '
.
'rl Wednesday afternoou,
beat leaders of both rif
peen racei should gettoother
women and children
Parties. colnato ,work ThgTsdaymorplni remained About daylight heavy storms broke
from the Tug livor on the around! the drift mouth anxiously through 'the country for 190 mitewest ,and solve the .1 uaUoD. It CURED 'OF PARALYSISW.
awaiting\ wag the expressed: : belief of the majority -
news of
West Virginia ,.Id. of the mines dada relatives and friend north and east 'of New Orleans -

not know that there, had been'an)' among the miislng. Report of sugar cane I sand cotton present that the colored race 8. Bailey, P' O. Trnei;TezasI writesi i !"3ff' '". t

trouble In the mines, until' they had The work of 'rescue proceeded .low crops blown down ojr sugar mills ie.; was by no means entirely to blame wUe bad been saffering five years with pardvsls us w

'run Into some -bodies' ly, because of the Are In the mine, mollsHed are reaching the city from for riotous conditions, and that the "- bet arm when X was persuaded ue'BaOad. ,a'
on the tracks
and because of the 'lack of brattice' the 'entire section. white people ought to 'shoulder their Snow liniment which effected complete: .....- X '.,
and found Home'mules dead with a The damage, including have aim used'it for old, sores, frost bttea and sides' f
cloth 'of 'the :
a carload of which part burden and, help the:! col .
was hurrUd that .
Oman tinned between them. done In New .OrJe18 --. eruptions. It does the work.". ,1 : +
The bodies of the nineteen men on.a special!' train from BluI 8eld. It is placed: at over une million dollar Died race to pt'Ol1t of condition BEST UrafHENT bN 'EARTH 'ONC8 tTItJEA,'VALWAYSW; '

were recovered from the mine as hardly poatlbl that the results of The worst of the >tornadoes Vas which are"alike unbearable to the REFUSE JkLLt, SUBSTITUTES -. .t f;

the result ,vf the heroic work ''of a the explosion will be known\ deanlte- north of New Orleans, where between test element of both races. THREE SIZES 25c. SOo.. i4.$1.0O
ly for many hours. The resolutions adopted .at the r:
!>and-of 35 men: constituting a rescue 5:30 snd 7:00 o'clock Friday morning .
party thnt worked Incessantly. through The force of the explosion 'was hard It devastated portions of threeLJIo' meeting wejv In part 'as follows, : BALLARD SNOW LlNIMBNT" CO.. ;o
'
ly noticeable.'at the inlays mouth labea.' Among the ,chronio' and general influences 'n;. .,Lip alt' ,* A. i "
the hours jf the night and day. It was as New'Orlaaus was visited tlf anotbor .. ,. ..ff'.I. w. :J 'R
not until ''7:30>> o'clock -Thursday evening the entry In-which; it occurred Is two. 1 tornado and a third pasted ilab e' to arouse acute race .
and a half miles.In the mountains antagonism at anytime Is the In-
JT if that the rescuers reached a polut athougfl !- -northward of Biloxi on tho gulf,count.

near St."Paul entry, where the explosion : :- a number of men In the south Tile flr: tornado .tnck'Wleit Baton creasing. alienation between the OLD AND IHCCOMI JfeNoA ,BY, NO '*'

occurred. The work of .rescueWM mine wore almost, suffocated: before Rouge parish about 8 o'clock, killing whites and blacks, due to the follow- a.

r very .1ow. u the the'conditions con- rescued.' 'Mrs. 'Tbecdore Foret and her danghter. ing causes' r For. ,Sale at ROBERSON+ 'S' .DRUQ. STORE. :.

fronting! the. part rare. difficult to Mrs. .White.: Mrs. Forefs body wai'\ i' "1. The illiterate", class or unedu .

K. surmount. Toward' the middle of the GUNNERS" PLEASE: PRESIDENTS" . found ''In a Held near her demolished coated-' or mlseducaled' class, from rt

evening' the hop was expressed: : that .,hQu,.. Two children.iirTMrs..Foret's; ; which. criminal negroeK-come, Is . ISSlM'MEg,

all the bodies would be recovered. by Waa Elated. to See 12-inch Shells Hit' Douse were fatally ,injured and five 'very large:.' The',,illiterate portion of ... .. .. ,
,
Bull's"' 4 ; '
Eye at Target Practice. ,,the blacks is .
actually
midnight : men -were injured In the collapse of at large now

The authorities anticipated the_ fearful -. Stories brought asuore by United a sugar refinery on'the 6t Delphlue 'as It was In',1865.;, fn a word It Is

extent jf the casualties by"ordering States.nailers at Province town: Na..,., plantation. .'!"h. city of Baton Rouge about 'four millions. These millions RIVER Ito1rrmt::
are to the effect: tnat
a carload of coffins and burial President Hoone- was sllsbtly damaged. In '6t.. Janus the whites_ view. with increasing '

, ., fupplle. The order was rushed' to velt was ur.uius.'asfio: over the rccont parish one wom.n'whose 'name" has alarm. .. {

ttluefteld. target practice be witnessed, The big rot ben .Iearrl d, w.' killed while "2. Race hatred li intensified be STEAMER: LI .um. JJTtfAMER ROSKADA.,

Edward Jones, the Inside mine foreman gun records especially plewed hint Mrs H. Webber and' daughter and cause of the unspeakably .' brutal and Captain Clay Johnson./ 8r. ,Captain Clay: :Johnstaar'IJr.!" , .

' 't I led Hight. shot nreti! from a li.inch gu-i Mrs. John devilish of of the Rs nlar Boseada..learnt KlssissSBee
the first.retfcue' party an i when that in three and ,one-balt minutes scored committed the and because Tuesday. moraine aDd 'ani" fjsslmmee Ft14ay.venlag.' .,* .
party tr"to: return' In u were reported fatally Injured. by : negroes .0< "
eight hit*. Am the shells;' one after In ''directed against Special Charter to Lake Okeer>bee and Fort taw UlUe. ,
reason..18'tlole, a second rescue party i Pontchatoula, which.the tornado these are helpless Trip. Uyers on ,
under Surorintendef.t Leckle. fol another sc.-'iek the target President reached 'about 7 o'clock George .white women'and unprotected Comfortable accommodation-- for paisebgers. ;Bates reasonable. "

r lowed. Two ''rot .Leckla'Sj arty, John Koosevelt world bring his right fist Ilawes and son were killed In" the girls \ The most 'picturesque) Waterway In Florida. ;:

OJham and,, Ed Brown, were over- Into blow the left palm as though striking I collapse of their house and two other "3, The lack
,corn: by gas arid died, and LeckU a an4 .:exclaim: "Bully," -That'* children,.of,:Mr.. Hawe were fatally, lice fore' and the feeling of, i'nse'curlty CLAT: 'JOHNSON. BR. Proptetir.s)
'
"barely escaped ;whir hls life. The great "Now, IE-I" & that finer *AnLer i .injured., because rot: that fact which 0* board 'UlUs"KisaLmmIsJta..

third party'/was/ and contftued right through.rWhen Another amounts r .
formed tornado struck New Orleans sometime to a state'of ter>
cih; shots hkd
,the work. Meantime th4 first party punched a About 8 o'clock.Vhllv: .DO lives ''ror In some, homes far, removed from ,
hole just und" the' .
+ had reached another entrance to-tho rr bulleytt, the pres were. lost iu the city property:' dam legal ''protection., \ '

Thin In Mifety and sent word over tho ident''' said; Eight: shots cad everyone age reached SbOO.COO, and about fifty "4. The; apparent unwillingness of ',lit lit ..' :':

.Mountains' announcing that fact. right jQuare through the target; I persona were Injured, ono.", fatally a certain element of negroes to co ,- >, '
st H H
''
it's *" .
wonderful.'and a 12-inch at I
.
The scqnos around, the mine were that. 1"uUY 800 buildings were damaged: operatewith the officers, of the law -. ; '" .
Mr. 3' 7
Roovevolt
'+ pitiful, friends! teamed that for more 'of ; Y' 'I:
gatherIng 'about ,
Relative.and .seventy-five which "guilty ,
were In 'capturing the members oftheir
.
,I .
than r d .
a yra every 11-Inch shot 'flre.l n 0 :" .f'r';f ;
,:' '.' In groups at th. 'endances and blown down. Moat of 'the demolishedbuildings --r oe -with 'a riaw. tnjheir.jHetgre ; '. .. r l
on the MlDSourl! had ,
..,::, elsewhere awaiting tidings of the vic Rot struck" the tat : were' 'small negro" cabins,, : the courts. .f}: -. ': .. e ',.Zh eif' '. '. I ,.. .
time' and .gave vent -10'' their' grief an and it was here that whites : H
nearlyall the.Injuries' "t>. Social contact between' I ," ,\>i..t l. 11-1 .
'r>'1. the oodles one :by one "...... brought I occurred. The* path 'o!' the and blacks In the barroom. The saloon / in d.t *:ib'II
;
CARINO ( 'ac
THE #
FOR ,, HOMELESS.
t. Y'q, out' 0'r 'I t tj' tornado through 'the city viis. about te >wher whites and blacks: drink' ,. '. t
$
o'fcfHave
," Storm Sufferers. K two miles\ long, entering .fro\n'\ thMfulsslppl' together''at the same bar Is"the'angle ., .-;:
of
in Vicinity Mobile
PLANNED A MONTH AGO., river at Audubon park or dangerous contact bringing together 1j '. ..
.
Are Being Looked After.A e .,
,
and traveling northwest to
Marcngo Inflammable .
,the "most 'class of 'f' '
special from Ala .
Mobile i
Intervention Had Long Been Settled says ; and Carondelet .tree ..' and then after 'most de '
.' Heavy rains 'along the lower whites' and the-,lower and By Ward HutchlnsonJl.M.M'.D!
part '
,c/ -V VUpon by- Cuban President.. a circuitous course to Oravler poraUr cla...of blacks. 1 + f. A

i'tu: Secretary..Boot}:". made '<. public at of .the bay caused some, Interferencu'Vedn and.. Magnolia streets, tu.went, northward '"" "The' local aDd temporary. cause. .
:'' ushlnstonTbursdaytthe correspondAlienee ) lday, with relief work but all 1 of the '' HH ..i''delnson.;. imd' lire"_ .. tYtdd.t
thing considered the sltystioa out. ;! city. In places the 'of the. riot b" Atlanta may bq/ stated .?Rp:' .,,, ; .
Is :. ,
leading up to Intervention'in; well storm's,pathwas-but thirty feet:wide' follows: ; 'f needs 11 e8," 'i1i*:.... .......,'
'' '
as
'. Cuba in hand: and, all of ,the !destitute'erebeing d'onll''at. awUouUy oe.ekhr"r.ri i. .... tl. ... -M.J-
< The correspondence took; place l two or tDraepolnti7dl4It "4' An 'idle" Saturday night crowd .. > : .
between\ Consul General Steinhardt, at well 'cared for. Contributions reach a hundred feet in width. 'T'{ I 1 stag to agree wits Ms or Mil .*.*.. kN < .. .-....
are. pouring, steadily from the citizens .In 'th."conp.ted'" part of the.city .
: peptic : ,
Havana, and acting Seeret4r1.Qaco'n ''The tornado here -appeared'at) a divtance and will always, remain'so. to de l/yal/1t
; of Mobile, and from outside 2. Attacks' by negro boys On white I tit
I modern
.
writer at" i
,,"nothing. survives being thought
An
cloud
, of the state department Important a* a Sweeping along the I "
" olnU.. Shelter for those whose homes boys..as.some.allege,..or the,, thought ldlgesUon'Is. a striking case in point.-' :The. ...rest trt1/ 1KJl'
In surface of
dispatches .arth.
:r feature developed l .the the Its course,, was (
I :was that intervention 'Wail' asked brthe woro wrecked.is this. thing, most gen undulaUn;: 'some- Jildlujs being less bating- of negro bola bl"bite of men are led by their Instincts, to a reasonably ulOssw ,"

.,1.117 needed, and it'is becoming evident boys,,, as others maintain. and] sensible dietary'and the more,,eompletelywe'Can.:keep ,
Cuban'Igfirrrim as early a, skipped entirely: as It 'bounded up excitement" arising In. the our minds off our" ;.tfee bee- .
3. The
a that many of those who lost everything digestions and tbe 'eb.mlcal".cbolce) of our.food
I., September and .that as Ions ago as ; In the storm pros! have aid ward.,Frequently It demolished verandas hearts ,,of oldor, persons by' witness*, ter it Is for us., it Is not .nD well toy us to consider too nicely the amounts .Js1
f., September 14. President Palma baildetermined and fences, on one< side of the of:.water or food ", "
scenes IDLrt' taken, whether it la not.
In. rebuilding; the )Jam... tag then induced by digestible 6r ,
; to resign .as'president; of street, while not an object on the .The- really healthy disposing of not .
fi" Governor JcIks'made''a'trip to Co- liquor and much more by the feeling stomach ought to be and is capable of
vice
: 'the rebifolle, and that president other side was dletorbsdThe' cloud I only' the
den pnd'otber pl.ceIn'''that .vicln- of resentment agsiort ,,the whole;; negro digestible and the dllllcult'of 'digestion.'but the'indigestibleAny
.and cabinet 'ministers had also dotermlned occupied ;several minutes in crossing other kind of stomach Is not Wortb'baring and that lithe standard to wbk* "
Sty Wednesday in order to satisfy himself race:'beeau..'of'recently reported .
to no longer continue In of the city and hundreds of persons who ; we physicians '
about the conditions there and to altemptiatrsbe In or-near Atlanta. are now. training our dyspeptic. j aUents.i.: ;Tho stomaeb.whlcsiwyi T
fice. It 1. also shown that Intervention Institute further measures of relief.' saw and hoard It approaching had I "4.Increased, excitement- brought melt down and atlllse.anything in reason that Is given to It. .. the eedr

by the United statee Had.lonj. time tot run out"''01'It. pathway One I one fitted to survive Stomachs can beM:>ampered" luster easily by relUrtnsjthem .
been
Several bodies found "by"
Ii been planned *T the ,I"!alma ,,govorjhrn'ent pave ;. exciting'race of thin_ fort;_was.. made thecrying, :.ot.pensUofl..extru '. from the necessity of taking difficult foods as by overloading them.Per, '
floating In the lower,bay; bat they rehellev.d wblack
published by
: outrages '
and. was communicated to the '' \ -by-'a"Carondefefrtreet ear, which some venally have met with almost as many dyspepsias due:1O the former: as to

.state department In-& letter by Consul to be-'those 'wbore-death.;, .was: loaded with-passengers. on their .of, p our city papers.. the latter. The stomach like any other, In.tnune.t.yboul''lbe,4ept.' ;.aP to ,

'telnhardt\ me 'earl,. as September 3. haTIlIIIl't'1I1f been. reported, :w.y.to work i Another streetcar ..wasderailed "5., The indifference and 'probableslowness concert pitch. It should not be'allowed to shirk Its resfionstbllltie cr< to

by the'wind:' .v .; ;' InefBcfencjr'-of'-the'. police : be humored too much Tbla,' of course,-.Is by no'means to dlscourajM tatelllgent :"

CONVICTS DIG TO LIBERTY.. ,APAMA DECLINES NOMINATION A small negro gIrl was blown u r force.: ., discrimination In, the choice of food ..2 '

..far across..tie 'no"basin canal as to "s. The temporary indifference at \ Some perfectly: wholesome 'roods are literal poisons'(0 certain;;stomachs.. .'

Three. Negroes M.W. Their, Wsy -Bh. pps"l-Brannen Congretsloral l. Con be rescued; by persons on the oppc- the time' of'the riot ,of manyjwhlte and those which after'repeated trial*'steadily disagree.bad better be avoided.

k Through Walls of' County Jail. test Will' Be Renewed site ball k. -. people to''any acUTe defeuae'ofrmem.hers > Our aim should be to keep our.tood-range as wide possible, J",Man's

.serving;, long termsIn 't'be form'a! 'd lIna-Jon, 'of Judge The of of a. raee"whlch* ad so |sorely ability\ to eat and thrive: upon everything has gone far to make him the!'dominant

Threenegrpos;the. chalngang, dug' through B"1J11t 1 n Adams, of. the nomtnatl.-. saving than nominal the'Charity'hospitalfrom ; tried their patlenpe sad excited theirIndignation. f/ animal_, living where others,,would starve., The sharpest lookout shovMbe '
county more damage was '
of the democratic convention for the ." ' kept for cur trace'of "spoiling" or putrefaction. Nature .has1. provided an ,
the wall of the county jail at Thom- first conKrosstonal district of deormas attributed"to a, big gas tankwhich :, lf. :Instinct.and a speplal sense for_tlfezyey7:purpose.'" If we,would only_se It ,'
L-: asvllle", aa.,' Tbll'llday': mcirnlng befbre.daylight stood between. 'the hospital and the "
renewed by the comnilttee Wed { and follow It and follow our noae. 'We would escapt'manyla'ptomalne-poisosv ,
>s and madegood their .escape iiesday. Ibis means ."that lhe content tornado. The tornado .struck. full A, CAN PIGMY;FREED.lequett ing,' But' Mrs. .drundr says'It'.rude to "sniCT .at table. McClure's..,Magsr
} The'shlrrlf'wai'aredsedind ouleVly 1\alnal-1be tank;which withstood the J

1 gathering a sosse together started In betwsen.Walter W. Sheppard nomination and will J. hook. altkouiU: It*, Iron ildes 'we; oft Delegation of Negro CUrgymen .' tree't'
\. Brannen for the R' 1fti
'
e hot pursuit dented by flying timbers. ComplUd With. .
J ;
'
v h _.,_ .\l-e renewed.. i
'. his In the monkey' 'f.
Freed from cage lit RM ,
MILLION'FOR' EACH CHILD. CITY.GETS: .LIGHT MONOPOLY.Jaikpnvlll."Plorlda ,PRAISED BRYAN ANDMaasaohuaetts RB house of the' New York Zoolocicalp'arlc. _,, ",\<
N st .
i4 ..-;--:- .. Ota, henna, the South:'African t. r""J :. .
' Father Was Anxious t6' See W'ba' Demoesifts Also Nominate "" .'
-Purchases: the Iilgmy more t.n.n' than beast now,

They ,Would Do Wlttt IV Property .f Electric Company. 'I'N.got1.UODt Moran Jef- Governor, ,roves about the' park grounds, WV' ., .
That Captain Frederick Pabst
gve which have '.b4IttQ.pend A new 'era"' the ':MaisachiisetUdemocracry : Cta Benga was taken from a cage ;
iJeT
Air ;
efils
each children million dollars ,
one ; .Whattli
u 'prior"to hi. 'death because he tug for several;months were I' closed ,, wfs'insjigurated by"'the_ after a delegation of negro clergymen'1.r'/: ? IsBy r ,

".nted-'tcibe'reUend'of bis business tt Jacksonville, Fla.. Tbursday.wbere-, rtate convarfljon of that party lu Bow. -had, declared ,that his Imprisonment t A/ M

certain'extent, by the Jackumvflle.0lectrfo'company tun Thiirtft a,.,,when; after''a turbulent And'elblblUoa': : in :ecological museum '- t2r
,,; .cares to and because \ ,
f,1 ; a. ,..,.e,'to transfer to the pity its franchise aMrgg "over., indorsing: 'William 'Jen-. was an outrage'!;, The pigmy 'ras Y Lord. .'
b.'wanted.to'aoe'Whattbelwould do
., with it, and bow they would; bear-the I *6r. electric ''lighting. and "will" ..Dlug /DryaD and William. R.. Hearst, brought .to ;this country recently.;. by i: 1\\.. ...., K.tvl2.. r _

retire from further competijtloa( wltl. .10, .B., Moran, district attorney! for ,Samuel l ,P.t'Verner.. an African explorer : :- "'\ibterested' seeI4'bo4 the '1.
AM In oplialonVexpressed
the
responsibility, wu'- ;testimonyJ of HMM ta'asclentiflo :
.who'was'i ,found him--two'years aco. .
' the city plant thus giving the city the dolt' ctcinty, already the who ,
.Henry Fink, coU. for of Internal revenue magaslne., some rear ago to the.effectHhatfthere'were
,
exclusive right' to tart'ali'oleCtrlcftyto itaee of the prohlbltloa'party'! and In the hands of a hostile cannibalistictribe ., '
before'Judge CarpenterIn tn> 'I other constltnents of. Ua. be.ld..
atmolphere
-Lea'gu'e. .' nom'lnated the'asehlld. .The'plgmy: '-was'l. .1 oxygeo.
consnwen. The Jacksonville Electric the ''Independence w. !,- of : '
'nitrogen and carbonic
county court:,.t'' Milwaukee Wednesday dloxlde.has'Deen: Justified, jThe latest
company operates tin local nave for sovernoi by :acclamation. tb be served up at a .feast. VerneruSbi
.. % new element to be known'ti VerT'euphonious
i / The procednggwpnlaUtuto' zfaoo-not a.
\( has.been from the cannibals with a " ...
railway sy! tem and furulng'llghts him 'I' "
determine the amount of l nanae "Ii. i
l'5; tans. ,tax: due 'the state..' inhert-s -. and power ..to'consuraftrs. TWO DOLLARw. $, BALE 'HIGHER.Gotten"Yakes bit of calico, .' and a string' of beads: : +!{.. The,constituents oratm08pherloalr.k owa',84'tarlare

.... ,. i ..*.. th' oxygen nitrogen krypton beon.'la.UUD1arsoo. ..nd ear, "

; .r SHAW. ANO MOODY. TO RESIGN.rb . COTTON 'USED.. J IN UNITED STATES" Jump ',,*.01 Price Owing .CONTRACT' PLAN: IS "FAVORED. bonlo dl-oxlde.. Whether any one of those is the),eJesuesUwhich.'seven tp
' atorme ln'the'routh. 7 ra 'aCC.I gave the some of blogenv and. I feet'-s.. e
.- ,, -----' / to f which >\

{, Two, M.mb....'.0' 'P..ld.n', Cab"'.t C.n.ui'8urssu. .Show 4.78 4BSIes[ The N -w'Tork, cotton'market'Bad' avery Tentative'' Decision, to Thai i Effect tit in the atmosphere I cannot say; . I,am In hopes of. being"aMe to ageuR"..

Winter. Taken for Year Ending Au justTbo' S1.< strong and''exeited advaace. at'theopening.FridayTrith .' .Reached,by Shouts' AnentCaeal.1t. tan by experiment whether such. Is the case; and later on asaybae, ee scans
;, Go Out This portant'dlaeoYerI..to.recGrd, Bat Aeon- and hellnU arrrery i...... 1jA ,
.
'' eenwuibureau' at Washington : ; the' Wa blnron. di paton.;'. ";'A to
Attorney General,:Moodyand: Secreitary '' spring' tatire decision ,Lou bees n.part of, the'atmosphere' nearest the earth.' >Then'aas.daif'ltsy "
.Issued a bulletin'Friday': W>wlg: that., months'1 selling'; above) 11 ,cents rind feaehed by '
of the Treasury Sbaw'aye'to, rasign' Chairman 8bc .h -of the Isthmian of neon.In a thousand aa111fon'publeiJ.etcE: air Of hrollass
e.r' endlaQ/ 'ca
during the August 1, the 'general list about'40 potou 12'a. .. '->'-J; 1h> "
from thepresident's, cabinet. Mr. last,,,4.7S4J7 bales of fcotton'' wore bate..o the closing' J figure cr'' otlursdiy ( hal toomnVisrlon that the panjraa ,cmjnai -' feet. wonldb present J". ... ,... [ 11 > w.,

Moody in' December. and Mrs ..SbaW''tHtr.11'.Jn take In' ti.TJnlted BUtes-for',,'cdnmptlooif ; Rfyorti pt''furtbeertorm 1.be buRl by contract.'Aa' anaonne- I 'The properties'of;) these. gates andthiIr'nfluence'onlMag\ !: ,
'tt I ;: matter ban set to Incestljate., HeUum .....,. t4'
( February ..understood that"4.S71.1/J' bales'were in"the 'south and "a msnt..of ..aloe final I dot nation of thyself v me. <
'prec1loU 6fTTtH"t '
+, thatRoosevelt will appolntG.orge ] can 'observe, to be inimical to; actfl'la..aao1:1 'a. Inellaed to'tUnk: it k
Dw 'C0D8\1J'1M.1 and that /873fR7hslOq!;, ? ntn'; B,Dealers Rhcrt of actual. the crnai' official respectlfat. ; toot most bactericidal'agentrknowit' .'* to hare. el
Jt'seeM an- trao
L.,3feyer. the "Arterican smhssssP .w..r.tlu: bid "byj. mlonfactarers ;..o'i eottonJI od of. L construction ..Is ;Sri a tent
J foC'Qetobei'deUTer7were' the --
.
1 afflatty ![aoMi'pepol.Hy'as radlsun.
nUNlA.'to LA y- torthat t. farm'otpraalnsn:
JP
the,vacancies. < :
dor-to o"of 1 few .
Jay
;J ,; actor 'advance. ;.: :\1' ,, .exUclt., .Jfn ... M ** W'* "
\ r .
'Jl ; .'., .. . ; r .
'
; .' \ I ;,f : ; ... :i' JI. JKA *:/ I _
rF d ( '.J .
j. 1 r sD; +.J M W IF'.ens;;: .' ..f-Ji .; ,J;. ) ,:.- a. .t, .! ,." '/.: ft' J lv" '- a .".., _
.. J .t or' .. ./j. ,,, ,.t t'A"Y .. .t/
; ; Y, ..
'
t"bo
.
'I , ', ,, J ,!;!;l, "' 0> I ".1 ,'" '.,.,.,I..y.. ,, .r" .'.' . '.. .-;.,, :"., 1.,... , \r'v '> 'AL ami-
.to e .. 1, q 't. ,, .\
\-



1 tr, .', t' .,'
: It

: :

if -.a . -a..w,C
V l_ li > '

_ - .- ., '. -. ,
..
1'' ,t. "
; _

Office is r' " st.tlQupdtng tDAT' ; j IItVMENWmi \- X) oiil M Chettp

"V ; '' one yWit4'
? altooi'oauNT'Cltrh tied'
.+ 'p'. ;_ 1IIA/jt ,.a9 Penalty' ,

'\ .-bIJSt'oV Officers ._ si- r .
+ N wdl N... '
sours tMP .
J "
Betted.Savannah t .' ( 1 '
( " '
Mauaa.krtlwry;'. '. .
".r""UC 0f1 a t..mu.t uuxytor. ,' Oeo. Oct.;' (.-Banded In , ', .
.;- tatyar w wr+tw''. a movement Intended to put prices for > ; PAINTS.:

labor upon a uniform basis, essentially ,, b \
protective in, It* nature, the tur-
,
'
.. /
bentlne operator ofGeorgla met today ,)" ..." -- ,. . I
and ''organisation.. ." '. , : ' \ 't "
r ------ perfected an : \; : : ',
from the turpentinebelt ) ,''V : : .
PTION, RATal Fifty operators -1 g' :. '
. II 00So weret IIf'eMUITb./ \ onranj7.ttl.louof ) i ... ;, .'". r '
r -- .. "
4 "
: "
:.... . . .. ...: the Georgia--operators launder- .
i
- V1 B stood to be Inclose,, harmony With.Lhe" : 4 : : BUT' PAINT yOUR ,HOUSE .. , : :. : :.: .o. t
east OctQl'jf roccnb.actlon of the Turpentine Operators .. ,/ WIJTHv" .
l= 12,1900.w 1.
'Association of }Florida which' f ," _" . '.:\ "
. declared for a certain scale'of wairea f, '.'
fori labor and placed a heavy penalty I # "{. 'j
$ Graves on Race Question. for the. violation of the agreement.Th '

,,1, 9?alts', "doptod by Ibo.. Georgia.
d ili Jobu' Temple Graves, editor and ( hftwev r. Shows a-n Increase
t :1:, ,orator has lasuod.a. signed statement operators ()
over! that ofthe Florida operator
addressed t0 the press of the' nor 11| outhe'Atabta The settle of wages .adopted is 8ft (] .n root.Pdint .i 1
"" < ) rare riot and entities, follows: ; }
.' vilab reFds jO.' rfollo''': '
; .".' : part as Foe chipping\ : round tlmVr" 70: to- 80
: p,"..ufo. VV ",1'be i race riots are due to the buy,, rents; back boxes "+0 to 1)1) cants t dip ,
. !r;r! tmUatlve-'provods.tlon\ ofa, nerltta ,:'M'- pint! 4$ to. (;(),.I:(>O.fOl.. round her ... <. : ,
: ,
asssulfa'bylcgreeruhunwhtwwowen KKl i" toM; cents= '.
} rftlw; 'rukintr / \pines ) '' ,
I a' It has been' 'relirn- viterror for tho box $1210 $13.Prlvlnjf %"' .

..'.. ';;CIF' 'lIonll'ncl wowed nfr broLheru Georgia whose have, liuobuodn.held raking, crop weuunstslrebtato$1.ut,10Lllo;(i t ) :-"> per Because it theoretically, : uud"prncticul1y prepared, ;
j. :'Jjeeu. -15 ' 101 .
ijayj; wcTliplnff! / 10 to tr'nta ,1'(" . ,
4t\ "tt' xinderihe'neceBdlty'" oJ flnro guarding quentlon.' Iheoi It: hounds;'Kcroplnjj by tho lun r'Wwems' / ,x.', It is: the only jjaint 'on tile market that will standstills' ..* '. I
.. G.;i1 'morelmpeatlitig per jtous; Cutting J \boxes; IT centiT'forirrtrid t, ,', " :',.

"j","<' thiin, 'it has beep: '|'n id.ihceaieliln m"uy year, now The, ifnil Bwoiop ruund, 1J timber> wnt;*..,'for back' boxes. :' / v./.;/ 't.':...',. \" ;'. climate. '. y. . ; ;. ,, '.\ ":"!". ;('\\t"h. '.,' ,. .,
'
;J 'bopriof ( has 'a .. ) .,' 1'1, :r" .
TXM'mnnfnrBre ineiit :
f a : Tha following\ >* will.ha\ ap|>llca- t.f- 'VfvVJ' "t 4Vf .. '" "' I ,'
,'''I 'r slender feun'dstloa." ,,. left'The' ablot horror-ourclvllliatloi .of ble to ronterg: Turpentine In barrels, .' :" :v/ :.Because one &alloii of 'Sim Proof Paint will cover moreV :'. : :i" ; I<, .-
ti ik I: Saturday doithtlttMA on virgin boxes. $1.75: per barrel; yearllfiu -., >< J "
_''i, );, but it<< will) cleur) tat-, Kinr *. Mtt.i. t)7iO! ''bart'el; '; ( ,' ' \ '
'
per
:
surface than
'. irmoepliere' and keep the approa* orderS bird buxes and,, .oldci-, ':2,50:: and I 4,, '. Frr, ol1egnn n pf any" other'" paint cm tho / :,.':: ;.:
;year .
,
'. -'j' '
,
;.' I ff i : Jor the years: to 'Come Tho intnentr.iJ $3.("() per barrel.Hevolut.loa 1. 1 ? "":1". t
f Vf riot. U at. an .\nd. ,The its rues ate were offered by ..i.'W, I i iv" ' "tllrket. .; ,. ', 'J'j'I :
i j.'r; 'wbJl'pWo.lld. bedded and t\1C'I'h. ; '|Tlf>pbi4 JJa.ley,''and adopted' proIdinjr . '(y--i 1" ," ; ; ',j. '.

% 'x no"danger[low, canvouhelI'uei''sake' -ny 'I radaa lIre.":; i+ a maximum penalty of'*'i)(Q to \" .iimisecuiise; :; \ it is guaranteed to lust longer than any otherv, ; ::'' 'l 1 :, 'r :: : -..

f b" Im Dosed upon any member violating ' ' ; v" ' ", "' ." ..
"By giving two 'phs to the de \11" ,
l' paregrl) ;i / the wove: scale. ., l' .
'
n ctatl'On of .alia'whel'O' yon give\ The followluif itHoers! were elected: .At.... 3Y ...... .. '. ..
-one to lynching-- .' -
1 I'resldent.. C L) Wirnp.l1. of llalji; ,',- .... '
'
.
""What |Is the ultimate end'V hn .
I
+ first vice president J. U. LlcCasUlll\ '
ask.*. "Separation of" .. Is the ...
races Halnbrid( e; "l-clnd vlf president iL ,' ;.. ..:_ ... ....., :. ,
- -- --
'only-possible-logical arid Innit.ble.0IutloJ ---- -- -- ---- - - -- -- ---- -
; A; Uttllf y, Hawkln vlll(.( third vlcpresideDti. ; : .
', : :Theaatiioean.nover; dpposILoant.g- J>. A. Autrev, ; h
onUtlc races live, together Fourth vice president, tJi.. Fields, '
J ,i.:'iqthaeameCoverment! otdcr equal HtateHboro; necu-lary 'and treasurer, STANFORD CARSON GRAVES

',t 'I"g':! neyer.. ,Help ,u.s to":separate, , .J .' Lu pejloach- ,- -U"lllIon.r '

. ;..tt'v: r ,. Gpcltc' the:State Standard. ,* Lent We '
s, forl"et.-nahy[ t is restless, caD't'tllf>f'p
""t;. ,M" 'The i IClssiramee. Valley'tlazetle has at night, won't eat cries spasmodically. -' HARDWARE COMPANY 'ykV
1 +/}t ,the distinction of beloIT tbepaper A bottle of Wh iteV Cream Vermlfuire .
i that will bo used as ,-.;, standard In never falls \to. cure. F( very
"me curing up" tbe ,"Notice of Kloct' mother should rive her baby Whites
Ion.'' 1t makes 25 locbes-'' and thlt-- .. ... ., V
I. ,:";' toed Insertions will be paid tor.LakerCit' ; Dream when the Vermlfujre.baby lit:pale So and many fretful I.times.the 'i ."' ,*, "' .:- ",." '. ".: ":'0" ,:: : ,-,.- '" ,. Z' : :V-' -- - : ...- ; _' "; ,' '' : -
C V
Index. '; ' mother does not know ,what to do. A .
.d notice''' -- - -- .- ---- -- --- ---- -
The election referred to by bottle t of this. medicine would bring. '
I I :
11} the Index ...the notice codtalnlnK :the color to bis cheeks and laughter to ATLANTIC COAST LINE----- l
; Constitutional amendment,' which 'is .
; Ills eyes. Give It a trial, void by 3/6 fACTOG/
,, 4{ rtie.lnir.published by 'a newspaper, In nberaon'sl'harmacy.[
? t;; every county In the State1,' and is paid - .... --- THE THROUGH CAR lANE FROM FLORIDA.
,I S. 1,' for like other legal ads., ao much per '' Faithful Services Rewarded. cep. .
.inch. This notice as published In the ---'-- -..- .. --- .
V vurious' : State papers hall made anywhere Mr.JWalter: Lot-en super!nleudent of OONNEGTIOMS.
e' from 25 to CO Inchesi'' according the[ St. Cloud plantation received I '
'1'' to'type used and style of arrangement, from his employers, )the United Land To Over its own Rails: to Savannah, Charleston,

. .,and It U very gratifying\ to the Valley Co.. last Saturday a very substantial the Vast Richmond 'and Washington{ thence Via Penn-:
"'t;*'Oasette in learn that it baa been made tokenet.-theirappreciation of his!. __ ALL RAIL ,. s lvania Railway .
the State standard'by the Comptroller faithful service since he*hag been In 'QAif10N0'BRANDV }
: off all the other their Tie plft "referred to Via and;; & ahll; ; 1
;: .py; pay np; ,,papers..; employ I W est Montgomery Louisville ..
check hundred and
above Is for one ,
a 3fOESV the
,-r. ,j twenty five dollars' 'which. was. accompanied : or Via "Dixie Flyer Route" and Atlanta. 111
JHLySOqAL; ; THEATRICAL I tYNIleirt .t ,by avery appreciative 'To Via Savannah &; Ocean Steamship Company, for

... \) f jKr..i--\'n-\\ >' "' ,. letter from Mr. F. &., liuldelcoper: WEAK ,New'Y'ork. Philadelphia arid Boston Via Norfolk -'tJ
I secretary of the company.'' the E4 4 Steamer to New York Washington. and Baltimore, \i'
V of !Keatuclcy to b* Presented" .,.....* via Savannah and Merchans and Miners Transpor. ,<''"

);'" .5.;. By;'Local :Talent' ,for Benefit, ; Notice. Via tation Co., for Baltimore and 1'hlladelphla. !

J ., '" W1 CT.. !, U. : Cornell notice( Key; West and : Via Peninsular& -cid-ental tiliiH ;-
. By ordtfr of the Town tea '
: ; /
I of Flat River la the lead mine district ,
'
.tav C. Norwine
'W/'o.T."ii:. W. :
rt of'Klsslmme : ('f
( Is that section Wfl of the ,
: hereby !lIVeD ftVDUU. ,' 1"" ';''' y'.' C ompany,, ,: ...,., '
,
,. blsa very; fortunate In securing the Revtawl ordinances the Towll of of! Missouri has tent us this photo'of a pair of Diamond 1:
I.- of M'r....Jack Champion and Klssimniee. City will&be.immedistelenforped. lWu.oi4ibeetebrwdlratn.' N.. York celorldap.e1.4florid.and Wet ialtaa. (,'
Llmtt.J
," ;S I Gtwto Richmond of New" Vonk to I '',.'be section reads as .fo Brand ..hOes.worn. laths underground where Umlt.d.calesad' a!"or'' au d.otibt 11" \1t tP' i' m,, ,' ? .i.' I
iroeLhebeautiful I southern, play,' l lowsfc.'Atay: '' I' r8on ,leaving' any uickest : ,
<,**He rt "of .Kentucky'-. at-the 'operav hor.4i!; mule or ox
.:' .'bouae d ,Monday bight HK-bmoud.Oot.: 22. Mr be highways of the town without securely Our heavy- Diamond Brand work, shoes are in every For(fbnnatKm a.to r.le ,.eehe4ale.t fete"oonmit lh. Purple Folder or communicate wit
Champion and Miss will htWJhinjr the same, shall upon conviction I. W. CARR.
,f *\ .uppor(. dbjr u s !leotlon"'of the beat ,"' be tiDed not 'more than ,twenty!, ,yn.y'' as superior in 'their class, as are, our highest grade "&.". PAct. tamp&, trt.. 0.61nkLAxD..DI" Ant._ .
,,
*
r C.wai'ra ,
.ilooal i etrtrlA'will be dollars be not exceed i
f. \{ 'no or imprisoned ? I'_. W ICR""J.' +-
r.,'?'ti'. papard to make this, tbe best t-beatrl- IDJT ten days.1' J. R. Gilbert, Jr.\ dress shoes-and we make griore fine shoes than any other U.u Art. % Wilmington. C. ** / ra.TramoMer Joy
i oal Event! 'ut. be season. Fun partlcu. " lerlC. "
.. *
1; tars and case-next week,, "'*; House in the West.. .". ... ..... : _- ", -:.;'. r W
:- To Cure 6 Cold' IH One Qay,' ; -; .-- ,,' -f..' B.IXDD.EP TREESII8LESWORTH

: + ., C L cud Trip .Ex0jf/slon Take ;Laxative'.Bromo': : Quinine-'Tab=-
t '
lets, All druarulsts/ "refund the money / kIX D
V R tes If it falls LO'"cure" KW;; Grove's sl r- :
nature Is ou each box. 250. tf .. SrigCAIrltllWE' NURSEjRIESJ.
..-It&Wof , .
(f Atlanta Qa1.: one fare plus -- -- :
,,:V.: .25 cents'. Tickets on sale October lath!,!: A1AME MOPL V 7NE SHOES*TNANJ'IN.Y CUASK &; CO., fotOPttiEToai. w. HOAUD I
k SOtb, 21 Is", and 2d! ; final,limit Oct. 30. 4yTNEHOlSi'N ThL WCS x' AGENT
L Extension to,November".15th: may; be THE; it'pa.r& We'will, have ready for next Fall and Winter planting a general: + ,
',' ''obtained. a.aortmenOraD Ire and Grapefruit Trees '
\ of all leading varle-
: l- .J "I h..m plu. .. .. ties. Our trees are budded on good, healthy -rough Lemon and s
v't'( *2b eel tang ketron.sleOctober 14th- Hotel t 'j .. ..,. Sour .ranf* roots, guaranteed free from insect pests Of any kind.'
'
...-',. and'16thReallimttOotober2lat.'Exrr -'' - .- All budded from '
bearing
( trees la our groves and therefore true to -'" '
"' "':1.en.ion November 21st be I' ; ... Our' for ,
to may pb4' name. : facilities; growing nursery stock are second to
' : none and our trees JIm all .
Ti' tiatned. : '-- are. as money and twenty years' ex- '
; Colombia 8. O.-lU.t.e'of 'oue fare : I perlence-can produce. We are making specialty this season of
'.u plus 2A cents. '''Tickets on sale, October the famous California Valencia Late, which Is destined to becomethe
,:{!' lSh and lOtli, limit good to leaven .i.; GARDNER' greatest money-inaker.ln Florida. Our Valencia buds came ,'
Oolcnibla ten d4Y1II k:> addition to date direct from the best bearing trees In the district. how famous for
".y1 a, lot tale: ''Kxtenslon'to' November '10th Proprl'etor., .,:.. h't. producing the best Valencias! in California. ':

+"r1'r 3i -.'may'.Mempbta'Tennnateof. be obtained,:; on,*':'f fire. ' 1QOQCDaaQOaCacaD Write for Prices to J. W.. HolRD, Ootha, Fla.. or call and'see. our Nurseries -':;"

plus 25 cents. Tickets on' sale, October at Wa.coon Florida Midland R. R. '

1 '15tb,.10th' 17th and 18, final limit \- ._ .
This, Hostelry --- ------ --- - -
g4, October 30th.. Extension of limit to Popular ;---- - -

t'ua ;.November 30tU-may.be 'obtained," .' has'' '[recently ,been remodeled -, \ .. ..
; ,
Ijq; New Orleans, La-Rate of one fare
plus 25 cents* .Tickets ItD',sale October ; and renovated.and'iis _l VC '
V ,
12th t.o'l Inclusive with' final '
.to A. CAK90N JOHN M. LEB. N. B, CARSON: 'V
)hnlHot.obool'3Ot.b. Kxueuelon to ,November '; ;; prepared give V.
,""
I Bt., Ty uis' ,,Mo.-Hate, T>f one'are ,its psitrons"better"Ser'vtcethanteverr .
+ .sale Octo- State Bank of Kissimitiee
'plus 25 cents.- Tickets on ', \ .
,
: .ft. berUlh and 16th. limit: leaylnWISt.;; ,
"' .h'. rJX>uls Oct.12tth. Extension of limit to .r ";. Kissimmee e, Fla.
Ootobar 30th may be obLalned..rr.t. a [ x I.. I t V, _._ V

.*1't; ; ror'further': ''' information. Kirk4aod.rt apply >to Tables, supplied. wlth'lhe' RYE PAID UP CAPITAL....... .. . .. .. ... .. .. 1 80 OOO OOKTOCKUOLDBRS
'.,tf s.. :beare* agootror J; O. .l- ,**
J wi::*' TUlon Passenger, _'! Agent Tampa.Ela.U ., '.,: best the market. .affords > .LIABILITY. .a. ...,.... SO OOO OO !
.
S ', ; : DEPOSITORS..BCt-BITY. _,. .... ..,,?.. 1 DO OOO OO.Prompt .
Crystal
cUed of the
:v'lj'lSe'' .-A small Kansas boy was oOe .androors'are. ; wall fur--; ,u"as ery LT.TNQ purchased the entire output I : ,
,' [; ,,.in to view his new-born baby:'brother. : x Sprines Distilling Co.,. we are now in .position .
V ..
"il; d Careful
with dissatisfaction this celebrated brand of whiskey aa+ Attention given to all matters. eu-
,{ He looked It over I ,Dished and cleanly ; .v\ at r to otter
- ., and finally asked; !"Mamma, where V \ tt) ,long( M It lasts, at the following greatly reduced figures tmated\ to. wa. Bxo1a..oo4 at .IJ> points 'at cheapest. '
V3 .1)) "* V ral... e +
CV i -todld this:, .Uilne come from? An ,
S 4'3":*nget brought, it, 'Jlmmle.'.'' ''WU. ,4 Full Quarts, $3.2O .' YOUR BUSINESS !SOLICITED. }

."r ,, ..,"-'.i'you awake when became "Certain- 8 -Full ,Quarts; $6.25.
.'Jt
\v.,>. ;ail that I have to say U, :that you areiadeaay. '' I 1 12. .Full Quetrts,; .$9.OO '. '1", .f ,1'AIcays
"", .. l.'d like to see an' old -: t + 1; .
PREPAIDCrxatsil
;) '/aogel::: put off such a looking thing"' on EXPRESS
5 ..../,.'But I reckon" we are'' stuck nai bne l Block',From Depot, 9irlnd Sour Dua'WbINtes' ( '
.' 'lobe I kid work Johnny Opeen! to: trail , ;"'- ' ' Is thoroughly aged.. mellow, delirfoos and Bmooth as velvet: Thl" Irareopportunity -a Remembw :.', the Full Name_
,
.' for one of bUpotted r
a sWbt-unseen to apply yourself with a fine high rarfe,'hlakey.
;, .........!' '!o, -. BroadwayeJKisitlitt.: I eC. Va\ ff14 .MLA1UKTTA smUtXTT '

', ''of. AIH! stexiper'Utli* was ,delayed on , AA.SAMUI.LPJ, L .. ATaVANXA. GBORdA' Lax.ti Rrpmo Quinine:
,,bay upward trip last week: and did not :
.... until about l''' o'clock !iFrl- : straw !rope pmt LATZ T CATA>toavsll .


,{" EbeN I Captain' ID explaining", lobuoo'the repotted cause of JC.J...M.:;)W4LI.SON: ,Jj s..: 4. ", ...-. .-. , . .. CHTW. 'a COW in Oie Day Grip-in Two.. f
GJ.
,'" atopped at Turkey Hammock [ NOTAHT PVILIC..a, l' ,, Ill"' ,
hioM j .,. :r
;dock c '
cbuilt.
anew. '
,- -- .
a

'F" ..a.l U.'Oal'4Det'o"K.I.almmee l ,,.',dredge,, ','and, two; \).' ,load-bei _.. r': a TAT*')teteAQent.KlSaiilnR A T-;,'L&OO FLOIUDA.. SR J' }Uphe galley Gaze ett& or;: 'Heat t '.Job Work ,ID..aMI'.: ,, ,..-....,... ea'_ IIc& :35&1' 4. '

.. .......'''' n "ti 4w,> U : M 'jf" '.., "
.. .
'of' at ,
'
( ; '. 'L. < : ..
.. 4 S'
' .
;!;j1aJ i' .i' .r
'
I :
_
_.
,''If ..i.1',. \ heripp' r' or.f ;1 J tct\ r. It.'AI .... ,'-" ., ""* .... .. "
", 'r"
.;. ,.,.',.......:"- : :',,at atC\..u.\ ...'ho.,1: .\ I.a ..,..1 {', '. ,"
it je'i.; .j a' ;" .. Jf.' .,;e>->r.:1.r: u -JroO .1I'f' 'i' ;{
"', 4 ., If, ; _$:.. o..t" ,,IO.tt'f'O : '
.
\ t r
\ S
\ ," ,-; ,,; ,';', " ,,,'. , '. .. n } (



(

, ,. :..:,,,. :' ," .,' '; " ,j '"
"
.. ., "

;',4 47k Ktastmni f 1. N19s." .1ytr..BYatr. NA1lN.,. !.... .. '.J....I t, ... n 1.Z.Z : ; : - l rq rYL

oatl on Mi s., OelJ.V .Q P.r,s wr. "

..... 'T.L.PHOH. NO.JI; ,' i, .\tr. '.: : ."8teoo ,Shote" for" .... M I
:
Tae
.
;.I]tilUr _,downs to : better.i sold oalylsi.Dae.'s! :\ ...: .

". UBLttfHItl KVHBY KKiDAY; pa on business' Tuesday night. 'Messrs : t U 'itri.a..' :-- :1" Hp ,
\ ; B.dl-1' Wjlsoo' i.olt jii.arl '
I (
t' ,w4'er't+i4ptgt.Offlolalweath.r'i .. L Bartow Uri Ct F/Frevatt left:.Tuesday I iffir L-.rn10f Bartow. ','were tin town l orops. /'1''.,iris( .( II III. rK1ssi
to. attend circuit court., Wednesday. /MOffd put to .every; ,Nola.".:' -T E.-- '
l Mr.. .D. Ji t Sumner,: of: Adner, ; was it*. first I.of' 11M- , ,:
,
', .porx.,, transacting. business. here Wednesday. 'The Oscebla Blrh Sohoot began toi.weekths : tobe the moat>> ..... '. ee ..... f
.j Tlavlsav.a.--WRSS *xmvm"TMOssttAf ' preparation-' 1IbeI1': exhibit ; . provided furtbe e
.AVBKASS Announcement I* macJ. that"Gov for the Stita Fair. ;'r1 Re pest... It. la a,' soluble ,
lltb, :
: tMM.
XVBuuie.QoU ,
VHWrv.
t ernor Broward will lpeltok.in ,Orlando M'; ='M.K..t&c.W: : 'bsna and .. ,, .....bte.oU,, .combination. wttfc. .'w A
sometime between the 18H'! and 20th on ., "S! : ) rtt...'. that after : '.
o it DO
.. 1laI.. the : U Ora'es"r., 'spent the 'day- in prop FO.'YOu.
Everglades .
IIi.
/
E
V.a. dr'laaat.ame1dment! .
the and, .
sprayed on tree foil- .
Tampa
faU. ,
Wednesday on business./i' .
.;;...,. All.kinds.1' : !! remains there for I ;ta .: "
\ :--- """""-- plotu/e' mould log. at A'goodtfinefo.avemoney '; 'J't a great length'I "

frilsyte ........ 110 'II.' Thompson's.?, lug. figured white at K.t.by'.v'buy-., "' continuing .its effective work., ; 'w.', w..t. ,......1
goods
.
.
av .. ...... 811. f 711lIuod. = preparation Is used by the Hor .
a .. .....,.. 116 'voNondsy Mr. Vernon Waring, of. Virginia, Commission of' 'ln.Yiktlaad v r'1''
) Mr; Reuben..Johns of Whittler)'has 1 Orange
.. .. ..... '.. arrlvedjn city ''this week, and 1* ; .
....,....".,..... ....:. qi NIA engaged in the meat business with hi. purchased the Tie Bass place In :North . ; and .pronounced entirely astls- tj tlmsL i "
{ wad.e.d.r....... 7ft Klsslmmee sod his : for' fighting and'controlling, '
7 brother moved faintly ryotir. i
M. G. Lakeland
.
1''I'II.u..d". .. ..:. 7:& Newi.. Waring... here.. Pecic' i ; .t., \ ,
,
I ( l'Head pear a. ; ''Up ihe' tree, foliage;; and by;'4 Graduate in,.'. Ita '

i) ._. . W.s..y.UU.1JZOK., P. M.Yn 1uart.eI'I'or) schoolsupplies Fresh stock gwden and'fower seeds. 'ith.. ; thorough. it. i* pleasant "'besides"fivo year 'a to l.. a..;
j ..;....,; at Danq at the JCtss( mmue,Drug.Co. and will) IhSP8J '
< UN
F' """-: s. .p1'a1In :
: { for bfirtrvorttsetaeqts .1>/) '. 'body orxtluttalng.v perenCe, y . It.-: ,
insertion ,
Our rates Mr. :J, W. w'aa called The lad lea of the Baptist Church f
/ among the reading matter on Jesup Ga., this Thompson week by the Illness of to aunouncd the coming Of a treat for LbemOllcal at-thc>. |) \ Jo, !" ,,Bumby;, Orlando. Flor- DAesn"t. 't I.", rt-.n.,i r '

/*this page Is ten cent pet" sine.each,In- his mother who Is very age and in wad ,fun loving' people of Curtain ; for testimonial. it of" thing ':M'I" ,
t
aertlon. Kiep hnraeo. -prouilr
firm. He return' ,Col Ii. ;
tQ home "
expects- j fIwe, '1\'b'C) ,have ;used( : 'We carry eufflclent to'
help
Sunday .
- Mr. H H. Petteway Secretary and iack '
( Treasurer of the JPelbeway. Naval Mr.> C.. .-1A,.- ...r-. deliver' your; packages : withfn;:':
Jjwellinjfg! for rent-apply.to. M. TiVt 'Stores'C/o.. of Loughman, was In town together '1 1Aniong ,i a few moments; 'a'1'i., ,
'
lees Change In, Business.: .
.; -. :THE' LOCAL FIELD ,- on bualnesfeVednesdax:, \ . .larl'et.l. chao', :,7hli< Is', ;,"0'J.AAIe'
>r. J..o.'. E, KnnU, of Narcooseo, > Ice line of '4cture mbulding anddials are i friend.-and us ktnerlll :bo&.tfnt'b\ftwe.wMt. \ ; ;. yodr

Y spent the .day In town Monday and reports Just arrived. J, W.Tiiomnaon ft8y, C. I ve purchased Uiuort, \ 'b slntsalr i.>ttz"'wd''ktlovi"we'dad '
;
.' OOOOOOOfloooooooooooooooe 5OOOOOO the ,SunshlnnMIome for < "Con. 11. Mr. Floyd in the. o.. ,
d \ . sumptives,, of which he is tnanauer. The KUsIniiuee Drug Co. b'ad 8mootiDIt < P. ; under the (Inn name 'pf I ,pleatie;; . .......... ., .
' ade, the Tflner, Orlando.' t( i In a nourlshlng'condltlon.'T last. Friday.and elected Dr. f' I & Floyd,, and wlU ,In future : 'I..Jli-: -" ..I .
J / Fountain's. I' Smoke Key West Havana, tie beet6o M;' J-.Hlote* J.lanalCer1 who now' 'hat ;-fu'i'hof sole chargeof thebusiness, I : .,: : .:' .;.
w line mouldings :
N o at full! charge '
\ nCOIlM. \ bo '
t" endeavor in
,. ; ; my the future- .
GljiTar,on.t e market. . 'h' 'I
fwhlto Star Laundry-CrI'TI3AtauY, I Arrhe'J'Y81irday' nice lino of' Peter; fell M 60( l ; past to treatmy justomer' '
.
r A lion. W. JSears,1one; of Klsstni-. Pan Collars, Ties. & Plata Bolts atKali's. almost.. : . l d'U" ourbesy. and to J keep my Kissil J ft"""' ''fQrqJ..Co'atssiaxsta
; ; The rejflslratlon books closo tumor.'I njeo' shining legal, lights and the .' fancy andfamily ,gt:worries
4' \? .
Vow, clent 'Superintendent .of Public .171'I''I' Mr. \ highest ..standard_ possibles stiff; '-"'
/ .
n'a4.
structlon for'OHoeola county-Is in Pecks Boy one. of the funn'lesDof nesday a.continuance of your.patron*
t Roberson & Co racket etoreolwued\ lando today..,Keporter-ytur. '' farce comedies,'will bo presented al; where )b4t> 1C. D.HOdAN .... .. . .
" I ; ,tip for business! this week. the Opera, House, Friday, Oct. lOtlj. mouth or ..
I, w;: :Mr." 'Walter\ Bass Sr /spent.Tuesday Everything at Makinson'a.that a' 8011001-boy orglrrneeds I'I Bring all the chlldrenout and let them 'a few u : "

: Air-Orlando .on b sloe...; ha'ela' good time.. Curtain'rises Tplcas.. : .
e : :Mr. W.. S. Harwell, deputy clerk ot 'promptly at 6 I oclock: HAVE SOLID CARLollf' 1INClif 1
e y1 M .JUST RECEIVED jA, .
of1r1and'o/
Ii' 1.1.Syencer Draddockt the-circuit court for O ceolit 'county, Remember sd carrying ; ; ,
', nice
{; here Wednesday; I are a1 all,shows .
was ls in the city today. ,.Mr Harwell 1 is line oi. Groceries: Block butter on ft.

Tomorrow- ; Is the last day-'on which en route to Atlanta to attend the homecoming tee a,speofalty,! ClTV. ,.BAKERY. all Ion who will ,
for all Georgians.- *
:. you caa register'for/ the general elect -Reporter. skating the i>
' .' Star.; :The rink hereafter will only
tion.. ;ir: be that.
'. opened Mondays Wednesdays, SI
y Born: Saturday', .October' Oth,' loIlev. Great bargains In willow chairs"a.t.1 I Fridays and Saturdays. The opera

and Mrs. L.: R.' Jenkins, a Thompson's.Mrs. A house. makes': a. very fine. rink '.the for a

daughter i r' ,, i Zlpperer and' Mrs GaVretcanieup floor having originally been' laid Jor. sltiimoe .
froth Harlow, Monday :lafternoon Mils especial pur !),!e" Orlando "
Mrs. J. M. Bryan Jr, left' lal r.loD"'day and 'he with Mrs. ::1
spun night.her foe' ,
The 'the plar
Clt agent' :
Bakery' ,
2 I for a.vlslb-to her ':'parents at1NewSmyrna ,
, W. U. Johnston leaving on the on.ha 1
White Star : $
Lal1ldry-t.he best' in the :
:. "
,. '
Llllla .
t 0Metlllrl. ,\ steamer Tuesday morningsfps State., .
A : '. '1- their home at Fort, Gardner; : As a '
0. Ii. ,
U. Ilesse' apd ongummery.Smlt.h Mrs. Aden Shlitcan bas purp.bn.Hed United Loaded Shells'aridCartridges ;
3
the bustling piano Have you teen the Roosevelt. tablet one-fourth of a block from J. M. Will- the :
jj
left for points south this week. at Makiason'a.-: _
men. *
son Jr. in North KUslinmea just east been ;! V.
w r Another lot of Peter Pan collars, 'Mr. J. F; O'Hcrry |has the thanksof of the residence of her brother. Mr. his
,r ties and purses at Kate's. the editor of this paoer for one. of Charlie Bass, II-M" having a residence : To give
.1 the largest/ eg-g 1'1anwe have seen erected thereon. ., had, a > .P. ;t-
_
: Mr. August/ Schmidt, of St. 'Paul, this season. Ue is now gathering and Come and inspect and o .
-fall gqjode ,
our .
N Neb who spent some time herela.st. shipping hi. .Jsrll'8' crap,' and will before. buying else where. large. \ \'. ;'
: spring, returned l last Friday to.spend forward abou4' crate this week. and CASK BAj AiDf> STOKE peel.. to prepared to'1U1.'order8' at prices that will be to your advantage tp in*,
r.: the winter here. 300 nez| week., Uro dwa befor ord>ring elsewhere. We. can serve
The Club Bargain Sto e.... Is the. Mans Mr. T, J'Smitb. VaUosta, Ga., Citzens : State your'oeedeand' we;will!''giro'you the prices.',.','GooM

} plaoeto get your school supplies.' doted price two piece at> Katz.I summer:. .suits at re-. accompanied here last week toy his to join daughter Mrs.,',;Smith arrived -; :.of.ample the .' immediate' .or. future. ;d U very.. ,yutandaeetorourselM,1, ytfi\...: ' +

,i Mis Lena Tearce. of naslnger. wlsh'to say to;: the,people that; 'I am who has been rtsitlng her' mothers; the large NEVER KNOW;; WHAT'YOtf, foil8.S'. r
came up on the steamer Lillie last till soliciting fur the 1 Jail's; Improved Mrs.'Uarnes. Mr.' Smith- and ''wife! here ? >
Friday en route to Madison; Fla., Favorite Washer and Wringer are spending a few days. -this week: in Glory: '.' '' : '
+' where she will attend. a,, business. col Parties wishing to purchase will please ,Tampa. ital Idea 'B .IYIAKthSO{; ( N' COPANY: i'

lege.All leave their orders' with r"V.. B. font pay 'ten 'cent. for the!! same High . "' '" . . .. ,.
"
2' white dress skirt reduced, In Maklnson( at his hard ware store,' Klsimmee article1' as we sell for. 'Uve. ccnta.af" the in price at Kat.z"'I : Fla.j, which shall have prompt Bargain Store.. .. echoul" l X : ? _
% y i attention. '- .. AI' -
-
jflespectfully.Sept. -
r The'ateamer Ltllle brought up'onher . .,. . .. P'd' ashy :1)6ld 'TII ;
.Mu.E.-JoI..w.u.uEB.: : ; +.;! ;: lb'itiuii! Vpyet.haYfl' ., ,
last trip 'Mr; Morris Langford :2-4'- on thcJ'U4Jppelr"'fI: 'i Ponrket-when ho pt-o- Hoymour: .
.free'Q'
and and their household goods beauty 't'1nAc'llcitl. .EoA.aArrecs Acadt>BsAeaec tkittclAts e
'r family mulcratodjiliir.anious white fly remedy?
-
from Lanier. --They are moving! / to Fall goods"-Our line Just arriving. If.bq had,- Ue'ojld have m"dtY.a .neat re"lleD(,, : 1' : '
"
Mulberry.. I. . Halt's. ipec; as. there's -been many pCunlJ.'of haodlo" ti .. "S Q Uth Sta 'Wes 4

fi New line' Ladies Dorothy, 'Dodd I Mr. M. n. Porter returned home that stuff sold in the past few treeks. fully -' t.-. '.. .. ,
Shoe lust arrived at Uanfr'a. ,. last week frcm northern Ohio, where) Lakeland News.., and, ( .. .. t' '. ". : . ,
house ",( .- , \ '
be had been the, sis "
spending past bet 't'
,t'' read., foi- ne.b'ood8..". Call lea ". -
iseipectedtoarriveSunday .
Miss Hester .
tIVU E
weeks visiting relative and friends 1'' Yt: ,
to take charge of the 'trimming and renewing; old acquaintance, Mr. and nee" our Co.school sUJ.>pllelV, ILMakinson The ,, WI 'J'- '. "rl, .. . .. ,'10

..It' department Mrs J.'Oventreet' Porter reports a splendid time.. Ills ,fl > .. :J' ;... '. -'P1litUD'' &,
,1'1'
Millinery.tare., , ; 'I daughter, Mrs. Simmons, and her 1 i Mr. Ci A. Carson' has had" a cement high and ; ; :,,:!;, ....':1' '. }., .. r'. ' '
.
d' '' Go to. the'Wateridtli'Co. ; Carsoq l-Grocery-< daulrbter. 'Miss Pearl returned with walk laid in front of his building;, occupied rooms, : ... i:1QI;: :-31 .. ,;':: ': '" i 1 1 . q'" ill
him and awhile 'bere l byM.sKats''and'the, OioeolaPharmacy. reception riit.: .)..,,J : ,',: .1.. ', '; >' ' ..
for your seed oats., 'C 'J' '< :'i'f'f' I -.ner spending \ : tJ :; \\,:,' .. ( / J ;
.. :- :
'
:
'ThJI' Is pantry/ "oV'J'If' ;
: .v Av H' 'II' "" .1wl".jjlV; { 'I will go on to Punta Gorda, where they an';Improvementthat t '!j'f"
,n Attorney M,' A;,Wilson, of Bartow, will reside in future: '| will be highly appreciated bypod..trlanll four .< . . ,' ., ; ) ,
!:
J. ,"a* 'the old brick ,walk .at floor 1s : : J j ." ., < ..' .' . >> J.\! ;.... ,., ....
from Fort Gardner"where he '
.. t came had been up on businejrs, last./Saturday 1 bur i faU'Stock' now:,* arrlvlngii-"y6ur! ;:' that -place had become Very. uneven. In v' .. '. ',) I. \. ... ./,....... I ,

and ,spent the ..,."here., 'Inspection' invited; Katz '.., Bring! ,a nfcklayand'get{ .a comleJInpplement -- ari II 1 ( ; ,,,..I ING9AM..car:j.GII.BER7: :/ ,., ' t .'1! :
0t
:'D Put.l'Olerk W.. S.t .narw l1 left ,
,
L
'
....... .Slates, pencil*, :.l>ens; .Ink"; Tablets Tuesday Atlanta'to. spend a "re- tablet with sketches grounds t tBRQADWAY > I ."'
.etc, for school use- at Mak logon's. Ing! W UJ-MaVlnsoa & Co.forpalnt-j will add i.
!
Union of Camp A, Wheeler's Cavalry, '. ; ,; OPPOSITE; POSTOF,. ICE ; ,
Mr. McCracken' carload s. of-horse. Association, of which he I II a member Capt. I. :P. Sharpe,.' of scap .- : * 'V* Jfc'ffTiA ,

arrived here Tuesday, and are now on and.also the Home Coming of Georgian. dredge Klsslmmoe and his crew returned The ol e 102.. ,Klsslmmee, ;. j'
sale at ,the Sunny South. Stables. .,'wblob I. being held In that city with the dredge last Friday\ I had M ,
this week. ,Mr.' Harwell night, and the-Captain had' her' tied a II .
t Mr. August Schmidtha.them Inch..rlfe. antlclpates"averyt last KLiids. Hauling..'. a1! ;
,
; V enjoyable; "trip, renewing aaquajptance up at Johnson's dock, for the present. : !
1' full . :
Ours add lOo counters are of 4. with his ald' comrade. ..lai Captatnsharo 1 1M d',w 8tayinlt on the presence '

'.values. Come\ _and inspect. then \ra s.i, Col. John. S.; Prather, ,;who dredge and looking after her, but II would Mrs. w.'w"pragr'UF. . ? ,"wCgIR'w'. ." wng.p, .w. v-P;, -. .. '","# -w 'Ua. tasca4h
4Mrs. '"
Bargain} Store colonel ofMr..Harwell's regiment expects to-be called to Tampa' and : r" t
1 was ; 'window ; '.. ; ,: .
W.. B. Johnston and, children during the 'war, .la commander. of assigned to other 'duties': in:. .a 'short r lamp. ; A ; < ; < "" ,: ''
+sc Aaecatk 6c'Qu6vOs'a65,6oeolauEk hiAtnas Ac. ,
returned home from Fort Gardner on Camp A. time. > ,. .

i'' s the'Steamer Llllie Friday:' where- she All'kl'iids of. pictures framed, to ,ro: ThI8"h'to notifym' 'customer that the lamp H'' KIS5IMMEE..; : PHONE Gay kw.
,l? '' ; had been visiting her .parents, Mr. der.at Thojnpson's.Capt. I have turned and am attain (it;'my overto .j ; \ ..NOM. ;' ,
1J and lit 1"*. Zlpperer place North 'KI'Hslmmee: ready: 16 when the \! t4 ;.
A..F, Hell was in OrlandQYC8WI'J ,."';" :;,. 'if
all orders for cleaning '''
receive| dyeingand lamp
Phone your wants, we do the run .' { \ '" f. \
and Interviewed Chairman j ,
tfc nlog. ."".< 1 pressing clothes. 'AU orders-s. wilt| ,' ; 'W' GRiPFIN J "' .
the
Dlckson, of Orange/ County Com receive attention.; blaze c ;; ;...1 ," .
t' KJSSIMMKE DBDQ COMPANYMrs. missioners. ',n the subject of. the tt." ,prompt. SPKia FLKMINrf.Tha oflillnil", r e e : 1ft.:... .. ..n
.' ,
a.- M. Pearcelef..Tuesday for Orlando. Klsslmmee'" road.' that Chairman Gazette. received' from . : :
Jell Valley from
month with, her i Dickson assured Capt. } work a
..
j Atlanta to spend a valued subsoribedin out th

t c 4 ",, sister return, Mrs.she Will, J. M.be employed'Wood..' After II. her C." Of.the would would road be begin pushed in on aoout,Orange through ten 9ounty'send.rapidly Days, and.a* : w.eek.! WMle two these Canadian bills-Yukan;are.one. Territorythis said doU.1'bill" to was wall I Family l Groceries -:- Fresh Meats il'; :

Stanford's store noHslble.! ...4>apt. Bell Plates' that be very common' in, -Canadian. 'OOQ !
'
y Get your school supplies the ICis- Oaoeola' end of.''the; road. with the border States, they,Wore very rare her* ori-whlcb:
filmmee Drug Co. Full, line of tablets exception of olayingcanbe'8ntehed, ) and we showed them Loa number four burned. "

' ,' slates, pencils, pens eto. In two. more days., t'4 1 of the. citizens kind before.who!b'ad. "never seen 9Y .Ro :' g 'Delivery'Eyerr .Day' at Any Hour:. Patronage Solicited..: b' t k'-;

Orange Blossom Lodge' A. F. and : + . :
; I wail prohlbjt person : i
.A. M. will meet-in regular communication ors6' ti* from to selling any any'cow or crt-or New barber" : shop at Pn'trlnJ 's .old '-Early,, ..'.." ..".___' j.4r. ..",. .....____..'IF"li. _' .-...... '.. <.3..,''
next Monday night, at. which tie tn :the 12 brand, wltfiput my In- stand. Service by a tonsor>&l 1 artist the :, .... :; t
time to hold a Lodgeof conversant,,with all,the latefit. fads in .1
'. it U proposed sp&tlon or mylawful agent 'or' In .. '. Wesley. .r,. .,..
Instruction. .. other brands, belonging to the 1.a.ld ,barbering.4M1eEva'McAfitste'; < the room : F :,
A second:: hand l'Deerl-"g\; mowing machine H. BSavage." H. .B. SAVAGE.v.. I /!!the' .popular Gray, at
., j
i. ; in good'; condition for sale Goods; % clerk at the City lie /1'1., hape ed to"palnfakthousrb..11 near the : j '4

/, l Is -cbeaPrr. .", 't ...: s..Cr.O.Udw..Co. " arriving Fall and arDann's.winter Dry'*._ ' *now Shevwas erlous/ accident.Wednesday. man the d6or oa 'NE.W' 4GR 'CBRY STOR'i
standing in the
.
Mr. E. D. nogan has purchased the trument, .. ,
{
i interest Mr. R. S. t.' Mr..L. C.: Drlggs, accompanied by back yard of the/ aker", when some brick '' I ., > \, r '
:his< partner, ,
Mr. W. W; Ivy and- -weolidown workmen who were' building 'a side
Y' Floyd lathe business heretofore on light out. I Ws have Just opened up at Handy ft:; Bandy's. I I ,Ii
grocery ; ;
LI 1 at that place, threw a'
the Steamer lie Tuesday morning gate : ,scantling
;" 'old stand full stock of
full a
assumed with fresco '
of *
' run by them", and .to his celebrated Orange Hammock over the bleji board fence the ,end a ( 'Lt'.PA
M charge this week; >* the'foreheatl Wesley 1 ..
f grove, where'-they began; gatheringand striking hec/in and Inflicting the CY AND' PAMIY.Y'IROCER ES, :
Ninety five cal..'af our,, fall stock ofShoell packing. grapefruit .this week. a 0&sh about two. inches..long, i '
cord and.re.vectfully'.ohoitashareoftlMS '
,
bava arrived and are ready foi The fruit from this grove has been which. penetrated to.6he bone. ". InWll I pnbller.;'fpatronage. : :.i'
't for several :+ Free delivery to ,all part, of ',
Inspection. wSy4NIIORD.. handled sea.lon..h7 the tn 'goods }
My purchases
dry clothing thought ,the .
t city : ... ,
W.'I3. Makinson Co.. who have 'ad- .
eh' LOST-OR' 'Broadway In front' o.fStanfal'd and nolrtons.for ,the jail .lIIltO Clf\.' in. to outwit > I '
'i '* store on Saturd? '.- Oct 6, vertised it extensively in the' northern volumX any ever" made for this trade. ticket,f or : ". & 'COrLIJt :cpHOrl$1 c
:
and receive COLLIER :
markets; now a higherprice ? : ; {
,
K B6
t a doable 0... 0 size ladles gold watch for It than other fruit handled They Are arrlvlsg dally; ta's. ticket \
{ Elgin movement Five dollar reward by thl*firm. sty Dricgsestimatesthis : i Ge eral Gllchrlst has returned from back oa "
if returned to Stanford's, store. season's crop at. two thousand Europe, full of'' enthusiaemi and Im here at & ,- ""

1 ' '; .Kai.ha'i a sblendld, 'spsortment'of. ' ; boxes, oranges and.grapefruit. T' pressions. Xf< an 'Interview,, in the Walker i ;
Time. Uulon to be credited, the ever ;
..r.. birthday and ",Wedding" presents,: 'see 1( you have ,any; laundry, to'send; General dined with the diplomatic row,"he ( llij \ -
..a his' lion.* before' buying..' ; .
). .Mra,-pverstreet, and' Mrs. Pierce shape, :phone! the City! Bakery, and Miss ''Clem Hampton- at Home, coachjje ; ** -; - --!
\ .7 'have decided pot to moveinto, the 'WANTED: by' Chicago"'wholesale discovered that all o( Reabnnd&'sMadonna. closet
Ovr1reet. will I blue. .. 'The '" :.r .
"''' Pfann store. Mr* and mall assistant manager have ,' that ,the j .
'js! till ba .hermllllnery, business at I woman for this Rhine 1* not a* beautiful a" the St. Judge. .. \t'
(man or ) .
s 9 Stanford'., and Mr. Pierce ha and adjoining' territory.Salaryt county*JO John'. and .ba"Slr Walter Scott Man charge of ,1 WHISKEY; 'WINES AND lEER.;,., ...i '. 1. .
'
4"S accepted a position A* clerk for. Stan'y and ,paid weekly an altogetberdOvable cba..acte..bll' he ' ..
expense ; :
exp.4.emoney '
tl ford. - advanced. Work pleasantposl-; ran to catch a train 'when' the.inter. ..county + '11'. ... " ,IL.:ff.!! .i" .10'''.

Attention 1* calledto the. Adv.f In Ion permanent. o1nvestmentoruper- viewer'mentioned I. "drafnage'of' :. theEverxlade1. worst Thlr' ; . : , .. (. .. ... .!Ir;) ,. ":t"
!.'/0\ this Issue of the Park' Hotel.' '. Pro- ince required.'Spare tune1valuable.Wrlteat 4trit.J.e the .'t 1; ), .. , ", .
{.,,..,Trtetor>> Gardner has' recently had the ono for full 1 partloulars and en- ; new barber1 'shop/Eery: 'R' : HITTEN': :, ,
r Park and aloeeeelf-adressed envelope, Addresa. thing' new &Ad .trk . ; '. ,>
};.I' ... repainted, repaired ren- uptodateSharp A f' '. ; ..
;
: .
1'; : ; .
+ I P vated fobl'Oultbua'.d'hotel i* In GEN ERAL MANAGER,'134 B.Lake t'uOl'B..ele&D .towel,1'. .Jo' ; ;" :
r,.s. ," .;.. Aratooal..r..1 law ;: .. ,..' J. r. YO'" "..'" ,
.
r i J.:.."' :.t /La\ shape. ..for,: the winter, *.boaiiMM.' .StCbloagu.- L' 9'>J.8L'' rloar... ey 1 desired : ':II .: or1e-ndOf' ; : '
'fj .
.... ", .. 'I .. '4: ,. . Pt ....., ... \:"-. .
.
a t :, r .. iM ,_,
r \(
;' ,i H I. .. '''.', t' aIi. c' .. rj.t. !, .. ;.< -r.---: .;'".. lI" '" '
; "
s' ,v i -/1 .f' \'T" . y 1': .
' f1 ; '1:1 J (I, ..! .... (:. ,' 'J" i." .. w'
;r w rl "M": .. ; .; ""Jr.." ,.-., "" j" .Ir, " '.. .$ ,. b,. wd, .. ..... .... w:' t" ,3!1.J .. ( ..
Y ". ,'t. .. ;; iI... .f nrp.r d1 > urW I.>"'r--"4 ,:' ..: .... ....
r' 'v, '.' "" .d- .. ''' ' '
", .
;::1> jJ:. i" W ,,. : 'J.r.! t'f 'j1" :! .,. "; .
it. '
; "I./ ; ..'. : .
..,'. ';. "-.' :\ :' m,),"" ,, ::1" ,, .... .. . .... ,,r. . I .' ,.1 ,."t''>''
.



'
t_

., .
.' ,.J', t

.. ... 11 rlANDS 'RAW' rVITH ECfEMA.. P. Million :'Dollar J Art, His Private ',, Pierce
__,. ,._ .S A rI : Margin's Gallery Feet Verdict for Dr. '
,, '[ '. ( Of'Ao.u..8'1'
\ Ceased r '
: 1"OP Ten Tears spread a. n.dy TH.
". WOME'H mAL and Ua>ba.Cnrwd by the Cation < Collection
: .1
_ "It' :fc ;CompanyMOCftMOMTO . <<," \ .. BemeAlee. I ., -' Ladles' Home Journal. 1"....

.
I
.to 'Win and Bold "I had ,.erema on mjr bands for ten ..
iM.TtI .Bespeot and Love -"r., At first it would breakont, on'y: Sending truth after a lie. It Is an old f

., ..VBRY &..M Mll-\. ., J" rte' __ _4 1 I, in winter U'hen.it finally came to start ., maxim that "a lie-will\ travel sevejileagues !
FoTsyth St Adanta.LSia. 1 bad'three good doctor to ''do aU th.Hufd.t .,. while, truth. Is getting Its boots
;5.'Nath '
.an'a crreatest irlft is the power ta. ) >ot none of them did any good. I on."and no doubt hundreds of thousands'of
1 ,. . .ALU K.IMDS pr-' ..PII'O admiration, respect, and love.. then nse/1 one box: of Cutieura Ointment' ;. good people, road the unwarranted. and
There Is beauty In hejalth which is1uere and three bottle of CutJttira Resolvent; malicious attack upon Dr K. V. Fierce '

.tt.n.atho. to men than. mere regu. and WM completely'eur.dr My bands were and hls'FavorltoProscription1 I published
MAClii.Nfi7h larity of feature.) raw 'al! over, jbut, and the co..ema'wss.epresding I. In the May: (IttH+ ) number of the Ladles,' ;+

( i all over lay body and Homo Journal, ,tth its great bldck\ display
I IC r limba. Def_ 1 had ueed one bottle: of headings who novcr saw Uio hum
J Cuticura Keaahent, together -with I N ble, groveling.retraction, with I Its Inconspicuous ri

Ointment my aorta were' hearty .! hooding published two months
over, and by the time 1 bad need the tb'1 later.: It was boldly charged In thesland-, h
bottle 1 wn entirely: ....U. 1 had a erous und libelous: article that Dr. Pierce'.
appetite and was flwhier than 1 ever was. Favorite' Proscription for the cure of

To any.' one pbo.hu, any .akin,'or' blood +a+ w woman's wcaknrwes: and ailments, contained
disease 1 would honeatly! adv.se them to ber r. .w_ alcoliol endothorharmful IngrmJIeats. y
....-- .-.-- get the Cutioura Remedies, and get welt E 'r "" ":, .. -: -, 't\U; ,f"iM\1J Dr. Plerco promptly brought suit
d-.IaItJe'.Fr'tek'a" I". .':,Boilers quicker h.D.11 the dcetora In the State against the pulillxl rrs of the Ladles' ,
.
$ : alls 'Y s14frr.Cbat.F1rown could cure you. )11'.1.... 11:. FaUn, Speer Erected!: on 'I'Thlrt'- 11tb street New York City: the building 1'1, Home Journal, forsio.Qno.00damages. l ,
} iaaI.Wh.ateparators. ' Ferry-V., May 19. IBM. from Mr.' Morgan's own design, and It is believed that he Intends.to bequeath , Dr. Pierce alleged tlmf Mr. Uok. the
,it and its future contents to the city. It was recently reportedthat editor,'maliciously! published the article

.. Mr. Morgan had bought the great Rodolphe Kann collection contain containing, tuch falso and defamatory ,

HOW HB roUND ITT ing eight. Renibrandts.; six Van Dycks, four Rubens, .and many' other. pictures . matter wltK the Intent/ of Injuring! MrbuslncvKTriiVthcrmore i
that no alcohol or r
Redd How did you ,find the fishing by Old masters for 16,600,000. .
up the country V other khjurlous. or habit-forming drags vvfl
i fr - - -
,Creeno-Oh uauat. are or y *r>vere. contained In his Fa-
,
same, as
"Samo as usual t" Fast ,Holler Bkntcs.'At A Tar HmsL. John HurrouRlis."I : write es Iptlon"; that said ,... ,....
la mad f native medicinal roots and t.
m
':.Et UPKOTED "Yen. found it' same 'u.UAl-h.d the present time roller-skating like to watch the'little'' squirrel
II SAW HILL jN) EARTH. To be a. suooeaaful wife; to retain the at contll ..? harmful Ingredients what-
'Large Engines and Belters 'supplle'j: lore and admiration of her husband, to hire' a guide"-Yonkers' StatesSirs. -, K receiving' noreattention than for run and play,". said a Charlotte man., ever d that :'1 r. Uok's malicious stitn-

.pr'inipat' -. shingle Mllle, corn Mills, should be a.wom_'. constant study. ID&D. 'l' many years. A revival of the sport "Do you really, study him and his DP were wholly and abtokitely fats

Wrawlar ..w..w TeethPatent At the first indication of Ill-health seems Imminent, theolder admirer ways?" asked"a. local John, Bur-; 1 etc i I cNI
Dog., w .C o
'.lsaig Oovernore.; Full U"e Engine. A painful or Irregular/ periods, bead .Winslows Soothing Sympfor Children being r-: enthusiastic as the! youngerrecruits. roughs. / Pe a'.
'7dNts ache or. backache, secmre Lydia. E. Mthln ,aof tons theffnma,uOMrinnJUuma- Probably the decline in the "'1 tHnkt ,observe tim closely.." I U n n n II vu
.."ea: Send for free Catalogue. PinVham's tion,.'Ia, veJn,cures wind colic,UOeabottl '
1. Vegetable Compound and sport can be attributed to the Tact !"Does the aqulrrel ;>come down a r r. uC .
begin Ita nae. that at the time roller-skating was tree headforemost, as the cat i r r I ,
L . of rat (
Mrs. Chu.JI'. Brown, VIoePresldentMothers' What Cause Fear; a"Ifact.weWaaopVrlm. e I It
does'" In ... Court. Out the
Club, St Cedar Terraoe, Hot Attention! baa been called to the ) bbusinessof I Jr.Pierce wit* areatly Injured >>jr
Springs; Ark., writes nirestlgation of Dr. I ) *--yes, that la the way the squirrel its great dUolay hcadliur. while hundred of
LH :WOMENlaxative Dear Piakhemr'For 4ent'of Clark University on the does. 114 Is much like a cat" thousand who rand the wickedly defamatory
nine y.an I dragged through a.minor-. things that most arouse tear Taking very artlrla never saw the humble srovollnct" retraction. : -
About that time squirrel ran .set In email tri>" and made aa Irwon.aplcunus >
tiDe ill MOZLaY' I.IIONitLrna able existence, muttering with inflammationand the subjects broadly, It appeared' that 1 1r powlble.' The matter . how
down full of the
female In view
weakness and'worn out with a large oak
lit the BaDreme'Court
the deal laxative, a out of 298 daises of object dreaded ever broofhrStVore a Jury
. "
pain aDd..u- I one day noticed a at*to gentlemen. His hind legs were lUckIng of New York State which p omi tlyrendered
.....at and thoroughly re- ment by GWOlJllUlwff..in ..1 was,but who by 1.707 Individual, thunder and! ', ) a Tordlrt In the Itoctor'a tenor.
liable -ed" without the bad been cured rinkham's + close to the tree on a line with Thu. to CTlol and thai
; by Lydia "retaUle lightning ;were the cnea Ma traducers reme
lIMIt danger or-poasible harm Compound, and I datenuined to try lL greatest. and creating' tile ', his bushy tail. His head came ?rat. bull ulandora were refuted. ,
At the end of three I alarm anxiety. And yet,
to 'them III conditionpeculiar niontha waa a differentwoman. Charlotte Observer.
any .
to themselves Every one remarked about It, and as pointed out by, one of the electrical HICKS'
my huaband fell in lore with me ell over ournals; .a thunder-storm might
Pleasant In mild In compare
t taste, again. LYdia E. Plnkham'a CAPUDINEreMleAru.r.CVAas
Vegetable Com- Child's Crib and Chair.
with
Mr. John
action and thorough in results. pound' built up ray entire system cured the BrUjhfs express ,
Tasted for 3S :years. trouble, and I ft.lt like a new woman. I am trains as the safest thing on earth-to The crib and high chair are two
y sac. and 11.00per bottle at sure it will make every Buffering woman b e' In. Records have been carefully of the needfuls of avery household la HEADACHES
n r --all Drug t Wr'es.,, strong well and happy, as it has.....* 'kept of accidents and deaths from which are young children. To,com- B ..IU up COLDS

t Women who are troubled with. painful lightning stroke or thunderbolt and blne the two In one piece of furniture IH e TO ii novRS 1

MOZLEY'SLEMON or Irregular porltl 7; backache, theyare apparently on the decline, Is a recent Invention of two California roW to... Oi. AI anlgker
bloating(or flatulence). displacement the period of 189Q-93 showing cabinet-makers.! Uesldes serv -- --- -- -- ..---- '
Inflammation nloeration, that"bear- only A Patented Plant.
ELIXIR 193 deaths ing the two purposes equally\ well
a lor the whole !
year United
"One has been *
.,0 Inr-down"feeling, dizziness fatntnesa.Indigestion plant at least patp -
the has not been slightedIn
States On the other appearance
200
or nervous proatratlonmar band ed," said an Inventor. "It Is the
I people are drowned In the least the combination being!
New
be restored York
t.: to perfect health City Abrus precatorlus, alias paternoster:
ana strength by taking Lydia. E.1'inkbam'a every year, 160 are burned or scaldedto attractive rather than cumbersome. weather John Now*
alias plant.
t". Vegetable Compound. death and 500 die from tails of In the.illustration it Is shown In the pea. .
\: ack took out the patent ..-J-.
-
of chair
various kinds. It Is tho rarest position a high rollers being
CURED thing
dive In the world literally for ,Large Wheels Assure Speed. attached to the end> frame. To convert ;'Theweatber plant Is still believed"by i'
of
C0 any the high chair Into crib It IsChair many persons to foretell the
a
QBlok HeKhowsIheklndof ? Greater' How Yorka citizens
; to. be
iY popular" everywhere. no attempt was weather, John Nowack was sure It
6 ; ,f Relief tilled by lightning, and yet 'when a' made to improve upon the stereotyped did ,so, and lie put It on the market

ltemaee.. cffacta ewetling a permenefetTrt is 5 t can x'day. west Df thunderstorm invades this region most style of roller'.kate. At this along with an Indicating apparatus, 4
.
I.l.teboday. .Itre l i t of the three million Inhabitants are late day, with good prospects of'a guaranteeing it to foretell for forty. ..
Y.f, xtWrh.' .Kothlnircam be f lr T Ofled decidedly fearful and uncomfortable.The boom In the sport a, Nebraska Inventor In
Or.H.N. raen's Seas.Bei ; ; eight hours advance and for fifty
$saslallsts. p Atlanta fl* that stands the1 statistics show that in respect of brings forth a design which miles around fog rain. snow hail

hardest service J / ;' % Immunity from accident; by lightning, promises a revolution In the construction earthquake and depressions likely to

W. L, DOUGLAS r % hte modern city is Infinitely safer than of roller kkates. The accompanying cause explosions: of flrtvdarap. it' '

*3:50&3OOShoes' DoYouKnowSrttfbgeIr the. open country.' -Green's Fruit. Illustration gives a good "Alas for poor N'QWack! The expert

I A.g.T lfl vNS wont Grower.. rWHL'X.THE idea: of its form, Two "Wheels.. not of -the Bureau: .ot Agriculture ..- ..

q 1' r1JI111N t1 lilt Up fl le rollers, are used, the wheels being: T. took up his patented plant. .They
1< -NrIgetleatmjpdcs . VALUES, GROWS half a dozen times as large as the proved that the movements of the -
"We nerer-realise the full -,alue ota old-fashioned rollers. Connecting
/ { leaves-to the right foretelling rain,
Made.for aU Idnda 111 I. />-/ I IofwrtworkerapoitTV thing until we tose: it" remarked the 'the two wheels 'In the 'centre. is an to the left foretelling .drought-were | fri

__ i/ J inan''Who' was toad of: morn lsing. axle about the width ot the fooL not caused
SOLD EVERYWHERE Vucow. "That's right" replied the practical Suspended upon the axle la a plate light And they proved that the > l

." u' ? man "especially if the thing lost, which'* supports the shoe In the usatl U'r. plant's famous downward movement, t
.- was insured Philadelphia. Ledger. way It is claimed that wearers of which was supposed to foretell earthquake q

4r THE! MAIN THING. these skates can travel at a' remarkable was caused by' an Insect that A''

vi r y ,, "HI* hew novel seems to be a)sues, 'You cannot have healthy children speed. Cushion tires are placed I punctured the stem, causing the teat

eess. He must have developed by improper' feeding.. 4 Let: on the_wheels"requiring only a minimum to droop. ; ,

usual skill la "' of effort to get over the ground. ."
writing It. the only patented
hem be reared on good healthy "Th..t'll plant t
"I don't think so; but Jail publisher ,. -PhlladelpIUa'Recor4/ __ . know of., and Nowack;lost money on

developed great skill la haying It. written nourishing' fopdlike? ' A Public Bath In Stockholm.The d- It, 'q I .lft':eW"s? i"1,1'" !!.I1"':.P ... +*

up." : '--,' "But how :",would :you like' to have: '
useful and the
beautiful
go and Crib Combined. '
D? PRIcES' hand In band In Sweden; everything an'.excluilve patent on the coffee tree
the tea ?" .
or plant -Milwaukee Journal.
T bears the of the
stamp artistic. The only necessary to change the position,, .

l You Feel Well FLAKE central public bath In Stockholm, laIn the rockers at the back of the highchair .
WHEAT CELERYFOOD ;
BOD a park; the interior Is decoratedIn serving tha same purpose as The difficult thing about'being good'
!! ; ll I i green, the right shade of lavenderand rockers onan, Ordinary crib.. The
.lr'I..,, r when your stomach takei proper Is that you have to toe bad to End
., '. I care of the food eat white; 'the little dressingroomsare seat in the high chair IIre.dllj removed out:
.ly wr.-s.; It..eW \V_'., /ti.... sad : you why you should be good
S ldi! ___cau e....s sb..1 r7". at YA .... : S daintily' furnished; the swimming and the necessary pillows and i
I" A ""9 .....r ........ f Parsons' Pills pools bordered with palms and growing coverings' Inserted. Every!: mother
r .1f 1 could take you Into my large plants, aJlttleUsland of themIn will'at once recognise. advantage THE:! ,LITTLE! LAWYER MAN,

1:'bct.rksatDrocktoa.Mass.and show digestion" gently.xpel alirefusematter I to make them a nation of physical the centre and on the top floor of having a crib In the dining-room. -
fsvw caretsdly W.U Douglas shoes '
'.-S yeei...... you would then understand from the syatem-make new l and mental workers. Its the are two large halls for Indoor tennis, In which to 'pace the' baby for' his It was a little lawyer man i
rich
blood-.nd
.why ty bold their shape, fit better .insure health. best food,. for growing children;' ', dances ,or other public amusements. 'regular Aaps without the necessityof Who softly blushed as he b.,aa <
Put viala. "
glaaa
no ,
-From' "Social Sweden In the him to the floor. ,
{ i"4. are ot greater value carrying upper Her dead
husband's
,Price 25 Cteti the fct ebe.and] poor will,to scan ''
At an dealers. ;, the'aged.. ,
the try other make. MIO Craftsman. ,, . Philadelphia Record. ..
c w-.... ,... llvs yey ens obtain W. L ..Yt .JOIIItOI CI., ...... Enatr __ _ ______n_ _ __ _ ___m__ '. ','
:,. J .. .---. Hie aame and price la stamped cents a package.. He smiled, while thinking of his fee. 11 )

.' ') r 1 s. ilia-/--.which. : prefects yevasainel..MgU..... For .al.|>y all Ordoar Largest. Artesian Well: :in 'the Pecos .Valley.KBAB "You Then have said, to her so tenderly', ::0;

?; 'j" aft d..1.rterW.I.Douglas. . ibo.eerw'.w . _.."rarI.. a nice, fat legacy ,lAnd
ANTED blood I who) li '
.W. edlan sir*)siot
Jj 1.n s.i;w..:.....,, .. 'uAedrvabrhnt with spy ........ r r.1 ra.M=r.t.4C.W.gef P.U ..)O_ 'i ..... MrTw4>in tea r"'K n.l awry. or (al U.' : ''Now, boys,",said the te ch8l',1fom. "( tir c r't : (' n"'f t t. Tb 1 :.....\:11.: _.. J yq when next .t.DOtlat af. 0apC. ts. IMeckio.M..a & /J.'lJY'lIi j'j'.s. er1on.jud. -- --- ------ With' '
J!' ., .- Q I you tell me the most difficult\ thing'to al" bantHgefc upon his head 1
.
,
> .
He wondered what :\
% "r_atleseayaea.Tres.sealOoOp.ra.wHSr., w.benthen.a.da",,?,On..a ..'.Mdt ZAtdt .O. Sa:WstehI.tbmtr'.e'" . '=Io A ot*vr anodiLVutiri pr.>po4- -coulee in autolng" ?* . of en..* I' (I on-earth he .said.. ,
Dan 4e1wA .. aD" t..1 proer. ou. I'f'" 111U alllo. came a chorus ,
$ .,. ( .'05)) :rl0IN ,. i Milwaukee_Sentinel' LOOSE TEETH "-

r 'PUTNAM' : F ELESS .DYESt' \ -.,.ir-... xr'Z. Made' Sound by-- Hating' -! Grape-Nats. I'p Ft


'W.Mt. _.-....._..;..raM.teolon tau soy otbei d On 4M. paoaace. eolora all ilt_ ,....,dye In cold water. benar liar. an,use,..,.. .Toe e.o Proper food nourishes every part ti
Wary_ _,-cnl'Plall-". .Wills tot free bwaloaXliow top,..JUMOk awl JU.Oolora,-MUM RO* aUttU'O.. UalaaTlll-.
,
,Mti ,. t. th'1 dur.er.ent materials": from-the food i,
: 0' we eat.'to build bone;"nerve, brain,

muscle,.teeth, etc; ., -=

TAKE POISON' YOURSELF d lrs .4 ,) .tv'1d I All we need Is to eat the right(kind

te 'of food'slowly' cbewfng It well-our

', 5 \ 4Ice.U organs take it up into'the r

Aaa remember yc bars no right to fir* it to your WIFE AND LITTLE: ONES .? blood and the blood carries It all '- .

through.the body. tt every little nook ,
y
4i> i ."Whenytm ask Tor medicin sure that yon take It pare and free from DANGER. In .idn on to usa OXIDINK in- '61 'f l+ tn and corner ,
COLD
yoer borne w. do.o __ we know It.will CURE CHILLS and FEVERS BAD and LA GRIPPE andbaas.e If .some one 'would
: there never has pieo. there is not now and there never will be the slightest particle of poison'in it.' If anyone.tells astyou., _"Is
', I that this......,.. "t untrue. point:your finger to OUR GUARANTEE. .We make this guarantee unconditional and open 4.r-. Grape-Nuts: good for ,loose teeth"M"
you'd probably say, "No, I don't see.
.THE' '' Bow It:could be."
TO ( WOR.LD'J, But a woman lu
"
'
>. t-ntlo, writes:
; OURA' RANTEE w AIIS1GFG II.GOO.OO'IN COLD to any chemist. us the} world wbe'flada'' : ",'For the past two ',ears I hate

.. eryr MOUIWIE. > ,rnYCHNINd or otkel poiwnou.drug.la. OIIDINE2iot : : used Orape-Nuts Food with malt ,ex ".

;,do w4 gi" the above guarantee' as \ \ : and ( thatXI ";,I---Ig4Ibi; c.nent'r.ault. It seems to take the. i
'':'p i iHI iV place *
,.0 medicine In
.. many ways.i- ,
a'; .
builds cp: the nerves and
restores
the -
: 'I ,. health .generally.' it
; Igqf Mal R V ,
i
qT tol'Dts E-au., J't ) "A little drape-Nuts taken betore ro

retiring soothes my' nerves and gives A
,
: i sound .l..p.""'" (Beesuse'' It relieves
t. Irritability 1
the
: ot stomach
,' .... 1x -nerves,'belag
"WIUUCVRK. : YOV'OL YOWILFAMH-r Oft ., i l r a'predigested food.),


,//C dniis, 'I Emst ,MALARIA; I :BAD' COLDS AND LA :',GRIPPE: a at > 11 '1 were teeth"Before\so w.re'bad)1*I>se was used'|n'afraid,the Drape-Nuts gums.they'would They DIY.': "


: .Asvllf itiails...cure yon your druggists five you back yoar money: In other -&. OXICINE Is-pure, .cede.no .peseta.' rTe someday' all fall out. Since I' have' p'

t.I '4 i ,""_ j...and, there" is a< GUARANTEE It \ TO CURB r that c- with. every bottle..' IJiJ ,t1; -" 'I .', used..Grape-Nuts; have not been, 't,
: t ; .5.r. : ,. ', bothered any, more with loose teeth; '' '
A .' m aflHur Ap ntmm, raaOXIDINE ,I,1 yM.q/.drt ir f.\t T \ "", All,. ..I... tor pastry, has Clsan-., ri

{ ; Pe Bottle to AM" :PAtt N-w ttAMDRUG: co; : 1 1/ ,':'; ., ;, ; peered,and ,I,have gala--', in health, ;S)

"' .' ': ,. weight and happiness since ,I begs r J.
: '
a--= eerrto e+, I, '8w.xstn; i N81MEr.lPH; .'TErO( 5S E1 qi ;t ; ''')i.i : ., ; 1\. t use,Orape- uts." Name given by; >" ,

t t' '... '' -" .: -" *\ :,> Dostum.Co.. Battle Creek, Mich.; Oett'J/
.
;,;THE ':CHILLICla;L; .3; 'THAT- CVRES,,;).CHIL'L S , ARTESIA. : tNmW HEXICO-I'HI8'; ', WELU, n.oWS"OVER. : .O I ,WeUTtH the famous.r. la little pkgs.-book"There's, ''Th.'Road, to' ',"
::0,
-- a
'it L qn ,_ 4s ., -. .*r ,' .' .* ..GALLONS'', 'A-MINUTE. ; : ,> O'J I IV son:.. "c' reaff:
tp :
.' ,. : TM- ... ,,
f'
- 'l . 1&A ,
7\f"ti: v, _\ t.. ,;.jfa'tr ,,',$ ;., .." -'VU Ii"w.. i' J "! %- tfr.: ,
to\. '
1 "nfe ..1'I'\ ') or'.h.' e e.f/I ), !,t. '' 'ii.'Wt'r .
J' .
'
4r \
"
, .' . ,: I" ',. ... ",.c;,'f" .< 7'\.
"
.
0' "
.
I y' ,

....
:
,



t .

., a--s . .-a- ---'" -,... :
-, '--
ti "A'SriAUTbang.hDo : ") : ::

; ; .. . . ... t _

.You :'beu.:. tbatriJ'th.'rohderfutachlevements'of r .

'nineteenth' century ', rT14dV t

-;:; th. ra.llroaelthe eJecraph.} .the' SUGGESTIONSFOR ,

telephone.electrlcVlitht., ; ., kerosene ,, ,
.ewtnc.machine agricultural machln- THE
'cry. steamships.trolley, cars etc.-
hare made life caster""and better Ufc-TO.DA.TK
'worth llTlncf I do. 1 believe that a

man' who. lives forty years under AGRICULTURIST
!j modern conditions has. '''experiencedmore

llfeand better life than Methualem -.... ,
,. ;. though be had Hired twentycenturies -
:Hard-Mouthed Horses. poultry.may also be'sold If the pedlar
of his time.: '
,The triumphs of the nineteenth" Here is something of real practical knows how-to dress- fowls neatly and kIj

'century**.ere;triumphs of human.,- value: to any one'driving',a horse that thoroughly, so as to make*a good ,,appeerahce' -

Tlce.-the placing of ,kn wl xl e. and pulls OD,the bit Fasten a smell ,ring and- save ',further- work. on
r the fruits of knowledge within the t :each;side oU"e.brlell. and aa near the part of the cook.Whatever .
y 'reach of the common man. Every the browband jar possible!:' Pass lines is :grown should be .the :

m.n''tlf.l.) better happier?more se-'. through bit-rings and, 'snapthem Into best ''of Its ,kind. If.,obliged to sell ,: Kf t
'
'1 cure because of them. We live more rings at browb'Dd. Th.I.with a 4)0110mOll.oInteel' second quality stuff' sell it 'as such

'comfortable, more 'ao lable' lives> In blt_will,,enable a child and charge a corre.pondlnc'prlC4t."
better and more comfortable houses to hold, a "puller" or hard-mouthed Study your customers and'learn their

because ot them. Even the -hppetess- horse with.ease under almost ill.circumstances. likes and dislikes; then build up, a

dweller In the worst city slums, Is It can be used on a fast trade, that cannot be taken away.-: .-
L double Boston CultlratorClover; ., .. '
horse"In on both as -
.more comfortable- his physical conditions team or ('" ..".
v' thanthe ml441.- la...elIhen desired. It ..:cheap and eally applied i .
soy ,
,_f of the days of George Washington.Tn and it wont make the 'mouth Silage. t 4 e' ", If. f w
little comfort ore., -It is better than, 'any patent '
things as In great, "
clover is
The filling of silos with
and convenience' have been theleg- t Wt-The Epltomlst. Makes, the
still an unsolved problem in, the.Jato'
acV of'' the of
"Century Improvement.
est bulletin .of the Michigan Agricultural -
ii ." ,Paint, in a certain sense/ls Rations of Live etock. this ;
Station the summary of-
a minor matter, yet it give* beauty, The desire to have some fixed 'rules question which for sometime there) '
healthfulness and durability to our Load Lighter :
for reeding live stock has Introduced' has been In- the experimental: stage ;
? #" dwellings. Fifty' years ago painting nany' experiments In various ways If was about this: Make the clover Into ,i iAn
was .a serious proposition. a luxury: the exact amount of .feed necessary 1 '
'partof
hay; and feed with corn silage as
for. the, owners of stately ..manllem.who' for the support of an"animal could be the protein ration. The facts as '. I'
cbnld afford the expense ot,fre- estimated the farmer' would 'be ever
t quent renewals.... Today: ready mixed bled to avoid/many', ,mlatekea.- Long they Smith presented were that themselves making clover to Director silage ounce of grease is sometimes the only, difference between, ,

paint Is that so cheap no house mo good owner and has eo universal an- ''*.co,the'Germane Invented .table.to :was !alow;:'and, expensive work, and Involved ., profit and loss on a ,d y's teaming. Yoa know ,you can't,afford ti.i; '
'be used In the of animals In ''
excuse 1 ,f&r,'not.. keeping his "property' proportion to the feeding live-weight of each. ,, silo. Clover drawing is too hard much to water rake UP.to the to a_dry,axle-do you know as well that::Mica.>Axle ,Gcpase js the' 'jonly'
'
well painted.A }t must, be admitted that "system. Is the Is afford? Mica Axle Grease is the .1.--.1-1t
small thing Indeed yet several load, and to get Into silo and It lubricant you can most
( half the battle" and It Is applicableto uncertain In ,the.siloing part so It
hundred .factories ;;
large employing economical lubricant because it alonm high lubricating;
thousands of chemists and skilled feeding stock. There is much to be seetas the better way to cure It into possesses :

workmen are'running every day In gained by.,. measuring and weighing hay and feed as.the dry part 'of the property, great adhesive power,and long-wearing quality. Hence
the and such should be
feed a system
the.year'to'keep' our houses ..fresh ration except In years where there Is the of out fit.is to be had only when
4s profitable .
clean and wholesome. practised wherever stock fed. It ,a great amount'\of jraln and curing Is ,q longest use your ,
,is'a waste to'give .t''too much and about ,the lubricant is Mica Axle Grease;: '
d A small thing, yet a"can.. of good_ Impossible.'So \

I ready. mixed paint' such as one mi} Animals It Is'an have Injury their to give characteristics It too little.In) far as I, know much, .cattle eat &'ooc1ctcrnr".lIqe Mica Axle Grease contains' powdered mica. 'This forms'a\,: ,
buy from any reputable dealer, embodies with relish, but
the study.. of generations of feeding ss well as individuals, and are 'the question.Is this "Does It pay to smooth''' hard surface on the, axle, and reduces friction, while ar) i>

killed chemists the toll of a' thousand given to loss of appetite, daintiness draw a crop to the silo that will dry' f '
and when In full mineral grease forms an..effective cushioning'
Some specially-prepared
f workmen In mill, laboratory and gorging. cows, out in the Held (5 pound. of water to ,
{ factory; and the product of a long flow of milk, require certain rations, the 100 pounds?" The director thought ,body between; axle and box. Mica Axle'Grease ,wears best and
series of special machinery Invented variable In quality; as tnV regulationof not, when he needed some dry hay to:: '
the milk flow Is affected thereby longest-one greasing' does for '
and designed Just to make that can go: with""his corn silage.' ''The real ;

of paint and to furnish ns an Infinite Horses. when performing hard work trouble with clover seems to be In Us f -e. a weeksjteaming. Mica AxleGrease d?
; variety.of tints colors and ahades. ns all' know require more nourishing high protein content, causing it to takeon "
wu food than when at..t. Judicious, $; saves horse -consequently '
It a wonderful ce.turr.h.t greater heat In the silo than corn. power ,
nineteenth i of our era.'and not theI.a.t farmers, when feeding by measuring, and so it throws, oft too much molar saves, feed.,, Mica ''
,
I of its wonderful gifts was that and weighing adapt pot only the quality
tore and is liable to burau Same experiments :-; q
same commonplace can of paint by' mlxtureEbuT'also. ; the quantity. were made where clever Axle Grease, is the but /afcrl-

I.. P. according to:the' purpose' subserved b'yeach was closely pressed Into huge casks cantlnth* worlcl-use' it 'and'I
animal. 'With all classes of an'mals !-
-
and beaded up air tight, so that no. s sjMH s*
The largest pin factory In the world Individuality' of'each member ,' moisture-could escape,',and' excessiveSeating '', I II > 'draw a double load- ,If;i your
"
7 '.e that 'In Birmingham England 'of a.-herd The or Epltomlst.flock -must be considered. could'not take place owing- to: 'MICA I ,+ ..dealerdoes not keep Mica Axle,

Where 37,000,000-pins are manufactured the exclusion of further supplies.of 6x' '

b every working day.. % ,- f.;-H\\"; 'ygen. and" the )keeping was abuts per E Grease; we,will,tell you'one.wHo ,
1 #
Harvesting potatoes : 1 fect. This Is a point In which the hen tt .does.

l.'T 'ER'S DYSPEPSIA REMEDY. More 9 or less 'udaDlept. Is 'req lred men might find profit by filling/ man OIL G

/. In doing;any kind of work and the digging barrels with clover and heading*It In,, .STANDARD Oil, COMPA. 4V'I
.
' Many Bare n>,.. pet.ancJ Doa'UDOW of potatoes-Luu.exceptlon'to the' for hen..sUage In the winter. f'80me , "
+' 'It-Krad SJ'IIIptomMolI rule.'' In the first'place.! 10- m'n7''r hive succeeded well with, siloing ... **. ;"

1' Back If It Fall. to Core. should: not be dugout. at one tints ,cloverby' cutting It, a..they do'

lI -. Dyspepsia In" any' form gas belching ,"that they .cannot be1 handled readily.A '. corn, and wetting down with fair additions
A bitter taste, bad breath dizzy good: way Is'to dig during the fore. of water making: the mass ,.dercldedly '
4r
'pells, sour stomach heart flutter; part of each half day' and then gather wet, and adding weight to the ::::" ::IIIia. :::IIIIa'
, y nervousneuspecks the. tubers before quitting. As soon cover to promote more 'absolute settling .
as dry they--should "always be picked ;
or haze before the and exclusion of air. All agree -
h'. eyes, vomit feel' up and if the weather reasonably upon this! that the clover<< should be a s ?

Ing pains In stomach dry the length of"Ume necessary; for' cut when coming Into blossom and be c

' side or back, drying depends almost entirely upon got Into thft silo without' wilting -and J.M.HighCompaiiyfly ,
1 and all other symptoms -the nature of the soil. If sandy an there be spread uniformly'* and the |

tkf 'Indigestionor' hour may be long enough but If a more closely' packed the,;b tter. I .

Dyspepsia., Ty- moist clay. it may take'several bouts, have not answered Mr. D.td"door not' '

..1. s ner> ...Dyspepsia. ; Potatoes, once,., dugshouldcertainlynot to do. It's.a"''matter'. he must, decide WHITEHALL, HUNTER'AHD:;BROAD STS,, ATLANTA( ,. Mft ,
be left out on the ground over :
Remedy": "strength-;r upon, and then do-some experlmeq.teJj: <
'
ens weak .tomacha..stops colic and night.- If they are;the frost bas every;. .work Qrhimself., .,,, : Thoael j ... ./. .*fc' <.- r -. ," .. ,
.chance to set'at them and only a lit - : "ji_ :-jv .
I headache In Kxminutes... Heels canker ,out new ways and methods are said tobe :
sores, 'cures Catarrhal Dyspepsia Ue freezing Is required to spoil si: goodmany favored: by the gods.-Tribune,Far "Y

'with Hawking Spitting,. Coughing bushels for market.; It Is poor ,, mer. ,Atlanta's: ? LeadingDepartment

4 ,also Kidney and.LJver. trouble all of practice too to pick up potatoes,with- -

''which arise from.a weak stomach.Tyngr's out'any regard te grading Two* ;Classes '', Farm Notes., '

i : Dyspepsia. Remedy composed anyway, should be 'made of them:f fall If there are ticks on the sheep dipthem I.t) ,Store.', tBLN1'

''of pure Ingredients;' no poisonous those of good marketable size and ,,the,lamps,when the shear .
drugs used. Safe cure and the best'' should be gathered'fr.tand.the un,' ing ii done.' S B B BB B BB B BB BBBB BB BBBBBpB 'Ub'' fQUIt.FMAIi; ORDRRtIr t,
' a derailed left till later.. ',It also '
ones { '
an
; remedy for diseases arising'fromsitomaeh '
Besides the profitableness ot growing & : M Bbcpert'shqppera. look after all 'earrespondence -
sent pays to have crates or bushel measuresIn '
r by express: troubles..Drhggists for SOc. Book. ,"Key or to which to pick them Up. Easy to the'' better animate, there'' is the, -2 We oordiallb"Invit every''' ' .,, an" 'od.rr' reeelve'. ,tlM. ; .
advantage In that'' there Is always a sam..carenoel' artenUon, 'as .u', *&
the after 1
Health" Free by writing Truer Dyspepsia distribute about field these ? t
demand for such.stock.,, reader of this pertomke were.here In 'person. ;
' : .
filled be
j Remedy Co.. Augusta Qa being; can readily; placed on : ..
. ,
a wagon and drawn off.. ,Furtbetmore Regulate the amount of grain according SATISFACTION' OUARANTEEOi OKt ,
--.' "they prevent, the tubers from- being to the amount of work done. Do : this store headquarterswhen .MONEY.REFUNDED; : ?

A PARADOXICAL PUP. jammed and marred. Thirty or forty ,not feed,too much'grain on Idle days' Express prbpaid'on'au'bider.r,: ..:
that Bllsglnsbas in ; :
that bull-pup Atlanta
"Is new EeriOus( results sometimes follow _
'bought: a handsome specimen: T" of them or even a less. number,may I A. .. '.'' amounting* too el'.'lQ.. <- =
profitably b. owned by every farmer' In seleting'a setting hen. wherethere' .
"No. He, Lint, ugly enoue..to be -1. la ... .... ..... _
,considered' bandsome.f-Washington who makes and "a similar business'>crops.of-:raising Fred. "' potatoes 'O.Slbley ::', the tame ls-,k less choice nervous in the and"matter fidgety, one 0111,,' IS 'We've co11eotedtogethet'ror; 'Fall and- Winte'7190 1": "'g i tet; stook '-'ol ''-

"
Star1.l y :Milford N..yO', should be used us brooders and nurses. .' '
o 4' Merchandise south"elf Washington D. 0.: Ourpoliby? i ; :EverythinjMarktid'ln: ,
-, For' farm work the lanDer wants !

TIRED...:.: BACKJ. ,_"Sifting a .Dairy'H.rd. ", good sized horses,.yet there, are some Plain Figures-.One Prios to All- 718'giving l us ,the greatest business in our history. -!

The kidneys have-a great'work to- ;The dairy. herds'of Illinois have been. small horses. which will, stay' with any. . :' 'Come to see us .when in Atlanta. If ;you can't visit the 8 t'e"t in.person! ;, -
looked of them. 'There I. a great neat-of difference !
: tho
''they do In get keeping out of the order blood It pure.causes_ When back: ;.. 'experiment'quite: thoroughly station workers over of'by'tbat ,In the.way horses are. :built, .t" for ."hi\typU; itrant .Remember rou get'your" "money'back by, ',return
> ache headaches, dls- state 'Interesting :results:,were ob If ''ycu'want 'the ''horses to do "the . if your purohaae'ite:not satisfactory. :

.i 'tlness languor anddistressing taJnetflrom: eighteen average herds located most 'work' feed then on the proper:: , 'i

.\ ,' urinary, 'In' .the southern part of \the feed,*so that they may develop strength 'Everything under one roof 'from_ Millinery: :to Sha l.. .4 iorongMy'l
troubles. Keep the state. JUT and be.able to do -required wor '
I L kidneys 'well and ,all! Of the ,221'.eowi .included\ the average -' Try some oats Instead of so much corn. \ metropolitan establishment from basement 'to roof; and tho,fastest' I'gr'owiIrg'I
.
.
'
[these, sufferings rwlll production per'.cow .was,1 5,617 Good healthy fowls, properly killed Department Store sooth of the Ohio River. :i .
[ be. saved yon. '''Mrs. pounds of milk and 127 pounds of butter : .nel. 'eoole4. ought to keep In any ordinprtly t& ,
1 ...fat, with an average milk.test of
S.,A. Moore, proprle- cool place at a temperature of
tor of a restaurant at ".01 percent.,' The best herd averaged8BO : forty,or'' fifty..degrees,'.for a week' at 1.1) 'fie make, a" Forty Dapartmenfj Each a Store, la !lIetlt.: k f .*
Watervllle Me:, says:" i pound.. tbel' poorest' 142 'pound- least ,,and bean, the, better for being , .

"Before using,Doan's butter'' fat. per ''cow, The, butterfat ltept",, ,.. ;! \4.. . "' Speclai1. SILKS ; 'CHINA '
y '
best"Cowwai.worthfll :
' r- y, Kidney Pills I.suffered -produced by the Fiftybreeding..' ducks) If '''property CROCKERY.GLASSWARE1 .b
troubles *.. while that of 'the poorest was HANDKERCHIEFS r.lJ i
everything from kidney '
,for a.ryear.. and .a"half I had "worth!only, $19.S8. .bowlnc-'an'.xcel. eared Incubators for going shouldkeep siad"/ turn'three out between 220-egg ', ,of Fmr: n.i salmlngCHTJRCHES COATS ,

.pain (lp the back and hea-'.and almost'continuous lent profit for the good cow and much.. \ 't WASH COOPS HOTEL WARE' -
.1000 ,and SDOO ducklings' ,during the, '
'aching .n the loins..aiid 'less than nothing to pay pay her board : CARPETS BRICA4RAOLADffcS
This ''
teason keep oneman
r EMBROIPERY
,
would *.
that'at SUITS
felt weary nil the time. A'few dosesof forthepoor cow Jt.w.rouDd; quite busy. .
Doan's Kidney PIUs brought'greaf least one-third of the cows were un J .' 'FOR.- MILLINERY ? ., TRIMMINGS',
.' . .....
la teedlng'fQw .,V\ ways; keep jr. view .. .
"
RIBBONS
the food MUSLIN
relief and I kept on taking them until profitable reckoning theyjconsymed ', UNDERWEAR.
the fact jhat'the'txcess of food 'everand fDHAPERfES "
In' a short time I was cured.I ''I' In'market price. ,,: ?, '>' A MATTRESSES: WAISTS' i 1'
'think Doan's Kidney',,Pitts 'are won" An.Interesting '-exaDlple'.wu-a': : 'process -, abovethat/ required fOr.warmth of ', A LINENS' ",a 4

derful."., i, *" of weeding out a herd-! by the rso .body and egg production will.be;oon'- \.. OFFICE.. 'w .W IDOW.HADEB ,JEWELRYu" ; *
'vorted Into fat which will the
>For sale by, all uealers. .CO centsa of the Bah oclt'teat.! Five COW, were decrease-" ., '-, IjPrlOLSTERY.CARPETS KNIT UNOCRWEAR,: -' '

:box ,Foitet-MUburn. -Co... :, Buffalo. 'taken out 'and,'the/average' profit of production of eggs."' ; IA. BUILDINGS RUGS NOVELTIES J. .tlo (! '
.. \ herd''was Increased''' b7 17.62 per took for;brains as well'as, ted, limbsor u '. ' "
,w.' :' Y. I MATTING f IMPORTED: ANDv; '
j I'bead' ; .A'study'of the feeding system body when buying .a h6fnf' Annniniitthat ETC. 4.INOLCUMS *' HAND.PAINTED'CHINAx1R:

used,in that section led to the'oonclu-, II,sound'In Very' .member REANIMATION CURTAINSDRE48
RURAL: '
r ; but has not level head tr ever 9
th4-eoQll.' sion that thOll.whOJ; fall to provldo.silage / GLOVEe', HOSIERY ''J =
'Was ether much life In '
\ '.klnif a.'.erlou. mistake "a' pleasant horse-and seldom ,a'vfclua,-. f ''t '
!
were :* \
Terms liven on :
which oamet""Well Easy CLOAKS SKIRTS
try town from you theyshould"also'' use his oM.-lIq.ne Breeder ,, z,' .
You to.bay. and that more LININOS'" DOMESTICS '
ought
I guewl In.; our'cemetery clover and ',alfalfa* hay; which'would', Eggs' will hatch best near the ;..o.1 4. "i* Request"* 'LACCe t NOTIONS' j -
seen the gatherings *' r
l> the expensive, concentrated The good old housewifely Nt to -
of .. JJ cI&7.--Herp''I..Baur: replace: way RAINCOATS it UMBRELLAS .. If
foods' to--an extent and rpduoe the,cost iMake a coo.'oflath' ; fcqr.; by/| 'cfet: ,, .... t, ?"
-._ r' of milk' production: ., place.* bo;;without a.bottom in;;one :, 'R vy..tli1, Ibis PaIlAll'iJIa'.T1R1' '11N"V: ,,

.,I X' .rA8HIONABLKCHIJRCIL; \Buttermilk may'h'>ullt up along 'end pf Ike..coop, on the ground;; In th sths ', \, '

"Our ,minister. Is4 a great /'bandior', : Vegetable' route-*:"feature.' which' ,,istpnerallyneglected > ;.Drat, Unplaced f Feed 'sa4'wr: "" !b :' '
rousing- .people.' Bow; a oat yeurlt"self. I 'by.. tl'Uck..a.; the ten In.the other end of the coop>>::' : ; ; ; 'I jA1tautlia.. .
\ : doesn't have to. _We, employ : .a.w.! . ;
These,'product sell at about halfthe This arrangement dam not, allow-(, us 'e. : .. ..
:V, 'Janitor.to attend to,.tl at.:-:<;ottrt E'* A'greltdeai'of ether' hens to disturb-the'nest.;< 4' : ': ,' : ;
.< *- price_ of Journal -
,.> '
-, .. .: ; vos i .
V' j i" ... : . ,' -- 'ft"j'
c .
l5 j, ., r\.J"; 1;:, ..... ,,#, ':i's :k :; '.. E"&IM" .
,:.< (" ,} ..,. . ., .
t3 '.> ; .,, "" ...,. '." ".",'r'JI. 1St ::\t. 1 (.. '.!< ) .' r fto. '
:
', \ ,
:, '.}" .. ... ;;' J ;
'
.
J ._ F,
: ,
..,



,
Md--l* v v-iv.-i>.




', .
"
iI" '" .' ,", "

\ "'i "II 'l , 1

..:; I ;; ...1
"i,<. -a -.... -. \

:AYt .
( l' .. .... ..
'to I jawrt.; : gad 1 ids
o! jJeeti tI d/..".TI>*Beer rules of DroeeiiaM*. aid
." -=23BS L ". 1, . 1CdnllOVea *ra tio*which etttatala the ......It oorTa.r the ANNEX moOK Orlando Fla *
= : ; *-* e wlnterT erects ...... ohlala ill ctoe: <>ourtof reoordand all .S '

iM<, *.... at HhU ar> law rasaavetoorirnlnal court) of -..... .......t< .
A, Iloe aaotherviM provided ...*.... ahall. apply te .ancontial .
.r. throe mudh pace.. a* the: eoart of-. mar _I' :.. , .....
I ., 8\WhiUi[1- nv'wlll permit be had from the eour* of Menthe Oktnili : .. ._ ... .; -,-\ ':' -

( .quit. Your snort'anothar eounty for th earn cause*, ..and
I o. : ,
M
.
.IeelpMbd, Yi+ ) tinder the lava prwidlnr for changing; the venue '
o.ic, ,
; nrrree'L" : from the: circuit court of one satiety to'She rims' It
+ ..Ikl..+..1t1R1ktFtMR ...... court of another. eountyt. The Oovarnnr- may la Tp Friends and'
r -..c.", ... I his discretion. ,order the circuit jud..eof Fscambfacounty My 'N '
: opened.excwsUly( : or of any other aounty to hold on or mar I' '

the Ja melAllr' reached Mt.be NOTICE OF ELECTION. terra Any civil or part cause of In term UiL ourt of the of court record of may reoord.be .. ''.1 1 f :' , ;

It hal been stone triad bfor. nf in of th "
11 rag a arae or case diquatification '
thenly dnoe before did raeI' of tha judgof'" th*..ourt of record. may be ; ;.th.e Public GenerallyI !
.,
f tried by a judirej ad lltem, or may be transferred bp> .' : : .
but Sndayo m r"w eJ'1WhefMr .
,
pointy l apt the circuit oourfcof.Uacambia county or of any ,
'" t.ea\l&\atu..f111011'unc1.. th.ConUtutioo .. i ..
find &]/ '.wQade r other .ountyinth.same way and according to .
'. woo 1Pits sereeably'thealprht of 1885. of the State of FloriiTa. ,dkl. puflv the same provisions aa govern Such proceeding in ,
where UM .Joint HaiolntionH proponlnir Amendment. to the .,
_ circuit court of Eacsmhl rouDty. .
> ,
; ay'laBsiby: aJsn, the tbnatttstion of lh. But of Flu.I Wa, and: thurn Section: 47. The Su preme Court of the. Stare' .
1'8mID ,. of.Tracy'ltlsaccamtap ,} . .w.r. urMMl to by a vote of tbrflfth of hall hav.appellate Jurisdiction" In all canes at ,law AIM .
i ...eteraD'H. '\Slmmonn: all UM memWn. clnciad to etch 'Ra.el) ,thattb*' and inequity orisrinatina, the oourt .Uaf --.rd. WE liavc piirclinsccl llfetcnlltes.Anlicx Saloon in Orlando
'. ; "ette onaaklJulntl<H and m caitea of conviction of felony In tho oourt ofreeond' .. . ,
i heartily( vrelcoined; but tuelr t..Ir.-th': Journals with yeas and .......: The circuit' ...urtof BtuMunbia! county not ] to .",
fas so short 'tbat we hardly had. th........ and the)'ilil tarnitna and direct that hall have Coil appellate jurisdiction ot all mis.domeanon ; merely satisfy but niKlI "
5e to the ffbvbdly .hand bttorer.w. the-4 Joint Umolutkma .ba *ulunlt1' d to' the tried in the curt of rocord. All an* ... --' ( ivJJl. givq promptnttcntlon to all 1Jnnehs ,,
grasp 'loetonof the stet. at U/>. General liloctton in I 01
poets De"-" error proeeeuodfnanthe courtof ( '
.. Ood speed tbgfdou': their, Jour< Nov..-nb.r,.1WJ6. ............ Whit l hr to the Supreme Court ot: Clr "to deJig.it yon with tllO II' T
pelf;; back borne, -. ' Now, therefore, I.;'H:Clay Crawford Secretary i cult Court, shill boo iiroaocnted. ,In the same Way cnlrii8c( .
of State of the 8I&lO'.f Klorida I da. h.rcb', give addacakdlng to the'Mim*rules Aa' govern much quality; ] ( ol"ur''' '' I ; ,
1Brot.Areb. .. dglttJtkBltiaTkablye u(1( ; Matiaa that a ftOiMa Klaotioa' wUl ba. Jtaldin aachCounty.hi I urooaedlrilni. from the.: Otr "iir Cost to the SprameOnirt. '. groeerJclire :
.
"atonnd' .:'' rottrmsrwteddlnlrlrhl.' . IJorWa on To* 1 y *text inoaeviltnt the -' '' '- vi all.myformer to

pet,. J.raby acly Saturday morning; flint MunJay; being!! in the Novrmbnr.A.Sixth d.yoIIl/CtYemlx'\l I): juutt, the\ for 8aMTuimday th. Approvedlunp! 0. J90S can slyivyou the : I ,., .patrons. r


'on 1 bit urJbdvllllamscontinuee; feet/and manage the: trades'to keep of i I rsthatkmorrelOCUWofthe of tb*pi\SUM>po inir of Flurida.Ameodim-nU vial to aahl the Joint Constitution. : Kaolwtlona That v .; the. follnwlnir ART'CCE nrrwndmvnt XtoL to Arllclo. TVtl" \ BEST. OK '.EVERYTHINGlu iiitskcmy i"]lacclIicirhc'.iilnuHcrH( ( ivlicu, Orlando.. ] (: l M:

people thd; call on him for floods; I ,' of the. LJonHtltulu of th.tjtfltoJ..r Floriila be anil i i. ; ; ... ...... ..
,, .. "c' -:- .... :.. - .. .... .. .....
i'' Mrv.'Durhatn. Hancock continueIn A 11ci..EX1tVIIL the seine 1ti h *reby nan4)d .U*and shall be aumittat' : the 7 ; :: ; );., l.- "
pretty jpiiod formi on calling that 1 to the nlectorn.uth", "' Stets: at the ttoV"*. line of High 'Qra dori'ablc .
on That following ammdmmt;: to Article 'XVI .cool rloctlon InJP'fpraWlatlonorrejection I | ,, '.' . I .
'jrentlotnfcn- Sunday morning found our of the Oniutilutlon of the Suite: of Florida be and I Section. I. FIthorbnnch ef the ninlatunii; ata : Luxuries '
Ooofeaerate friend' VV. W. Wheel it hereby irrand to and shall ba submittal ta I ... .ular-& thervof. may prorMise arned'troohta and 1'ro- 'LOVVES PRICES
>*r ,0411 H' i Rood, .Jady, the eloctorofth.SWsa1 tha ConeraLj'I'iction, (nlhisConkUtiitlun' : and If the aumehe. ,
prerlpgito '
,
: .
: to "be held.n the nrnt Tuo da/ after the flnt Mon agreed to by three-fifth' of all the members elect .
letvrftouf-peaoeful. shore* and meek day In -.Nev"ber. A. U.,.lyuS, fur ratification... et) to each nous *iich prttiKised amendnuvnt.*aliallhe i visions ,oi all hills ', at ..,- BY> THE. .GALLoN''' : : "

J 'other; cllf 9 for reif.' -HU'remova: tp ...tlo..." ehlterelutwn their :reepvctive Journals ;with .. .. .:. .
JronxWhittler take from Its. citizen Section XL The Governor, the Comptroller, tho the yens and tiny and shall' b* publbihrd ia' ontonowepapor i prices'that tmrc"to ,J ': -to I' ,1,...
in each Bounty<< where a rnvwupepch i* am '. "
Stata Treasurer tha Attorney Qoitral and thaCommiwilonar "
' f ho avpcuftUttned to htg hearty andtiendlyways the next general tiloction <>f iresenMitlvefi. at ..
and their1tuceeasora In cvflioa are hcrt'by' oniUiDuUMl I . .. .
:: ; which eln-tiun the same aball be auumllted Ut theelsrbo.ofth.9late.for coniiiiand attention. '- "' \
:,' will certainly tnUs him.. and dexiirnatad as :a board of dralniuceeommlaiionar .1' '
approval or rejection. I CORN .
> ?
.
*. and arehrnby mithorlced and from $2,00"111. '
'gr.Rfipjnea.uccebded: ; after a forU |>werad to establish a system of canals, If a majority tof the electors\ voting upon ..the. .. ,,. . .,; ,
sojourn Ip'hunters paradlsb In caotur! Hiraina" levwn,dike and iwwfiVoiraof audh dimen.ekm ameniimenta st ;
amendment* the same shall become a part of the '
and dept hn,as in the judirmnnt of acid board "
loir, 110'4001'11.' Berths Padgett tain of dralnairaonmmbiHlfinem u dnerntd advisable. to a..ubntlttnd.sto.n.bletheelectors: i 1A. shall I b* .. ,". v GIN from $2.00 .lip} ;:
,the Violin Squire Williams secured drain and reclaim, the ( overflowed bindswithin to vole on .
wamp .
.. each. amendment' ...."' 111''. All ...m.nd..nbadoptad .. .
the knot; that tied theta together.' and th. State of florid& w .u.art." or |xirUona -- '
r at the election at which this' la submittedor .
thereof la doomed best by said board of .
'the pair went. on tbelrjvay, ,rpjolclujj' } drainage oommtmilonera an front time to ttme.tand heretofore: : adopted by the elector are 'nurebdeclared -r"" "', '. ., OTHER GOODS .' ,; :

4ci'Mr' ; Hnbe Johni' old "hl lt' place .to to provide-for' the irrlirationof the lands" reclaimed a part of the Constitution from the. date. CITY BARBER SHOP .. .
of the adoption of,the" wimo. :
and to- maintain such "iWNala"dralna "
,Arnold Base,and went on bU wayre lessee, ,hkea and reaefroir bl aurh manner will i Approved esw.dncmplisnceyItlhsaid <: : .,;. IN PROPORTION : i' :

?iClntr., la supposed. destination,) i.I.. b* advitntatrvoua. to tho territory ap 'drained. amendment The vote!, and anvasMdorlaratiunaandre"' / | prapoaot.../ WILL.1,1 .J('-YTp. M.v Barber J ; .,,' . -. '. ,
*
the 8Ub of Florida, ly inhaUtanla and the ounvmeroe -! -- I ''
I r 'Tampa. thermf.Heotion . turns thereof shall be euldocted to the same re > ... - .... -
", 4'hlr<; Ltewli'' John* purchased twelve ta That the board of drainage cora- I"lallet".nd rvatrlrlfcin as are provided by law Now Open.Yor-Business -1.- -- ; :.i ; ,"
.
tagree.; of land and present mtiielonetara hereby authoriaed and empoweredto for General Elections in t he State of Florida. .' ,. :
appear eebabllnh. dralnaKe. divtricta find Itx the hounda In testimony' whereof.I have hereunto set my '
aooe ''.sefetn to Indicate that Other rtaa. thereof 'In the State f Florida. That theboadofdralnegeoummisalon.r.beand trend and atllxnrl the groat 'nrI l of the State of in Patrick's Old Stknd. , With innny thanks for past favors an(1(
' 'changes! In the real estate market wlltaortly it U authorlced Florida, at TallunM the Capital. this Oral, day ,, .
,' and ore '" wend U prepare a that or li tJlef of,Auft-uU. A. I); IUU6. NEW::: ClIAin', :: : :
occur '
all. jthe.alluviulpr swamp and overflowed t taxes (L 1:1.: a. CLAY eRA WJI'(>RD. u soliciting n continuance of'your patu ,
i and Jane R crotarv of State.T "
\ t Bred family, Mfbs bio lands within ouch drainage districtordle- NEW '
;Amanda: and Will formed a flab fry tricte, and l Ie"" thereon an -tcreaw. ttx not .nfseedinir > To J. M. WALKER.$her7Hisceolac.unty' INmv.EV1itV'tii1'NG : I '
'. ronage aim .
tm eentflp r acre per annum to 'be fixed ._. _. ,
- -
party at B4x Mile ceekon,, Friday and annually by said board of drainairecomniiiwionero.and ----; 'i .

a Saturday last week.They caught. the varlouff'tax aneeaaoi-a of the vat Inu.coun- .r---. ,
Qfcrvoujrh: for eatlni purposes but the tieambra. "a part or ,In whole within ...ch' Notice of Election. --' Yours ,.
'
drainage district districts khall.- ". ouch lint .Satisfaction Gijaranteed..eOR truly, -
,, aana. Oloi 'o madly mixed themaelveup or lists and enter the seine unon the tax rolls of .. .
To the BhorllT of Om-oola" County of the 8t&te nf
'
wibtbe amusement that thleasure the county countiea 'In which auch landa may .
V f the. occasion lie aid the amount .... levied l>y the. board' of Florida; NO .PAV.
> were noepidemic eominbMionera. ]>* It known, that L II CI
ullygenioSed. v: drainage may be praaoribed 'by in the euch board manner of and dradnag.c.mmlsakn.ra formal * tary of State. of the Stain .of Florida' do. here . .. I R. T. BUTLER.
from time to llmo. which amount Drive notice that Gentire.I Election/ will be hold inOsceola '
t'
., 'TbeuIt'Jr1 II subsiding; hall be cofectodby the. varloiu tax oolleetora. CountHtit*. '"f Florida, on Tuesday -- ,
s number: >* our eitlr.en.s have remove the rountiea wherein alien "leveM have been made next succeeding the first Wnnday in Koveinber' Qooocccccocoooooooooooooe
l''eel this objectionable. feature add ate aaotiiertaxeaare collected InlUCOrd.ncctwttb law; A. D. J\IOIi.\ MiawUd Tee tsy belna) the 6th duy vfNnvemUj '

lieffionlnfr/ CO: realize the commonality of end rirainair pay, over.*.' oommlnlnnera..paid ,anwiunta, collected Mid eommlmlonimi to the. board Fey tine;pir4entatlv f ...of the 2nd ConirreeiilonalDistrict JUG TRADE A' SPECJALTY..
W.LVanDuzor&Co.BROKERS
of the fashionA two-horso hack b;)' shall have a lien "uporlor'" all other lion upon of .'I"rld.11I the Sixtieth. Uoiurra of the ;.., ;
-
X>.' Ufcs* lathe I latest Improvement. the taxable Ia"I.'n' any much drainage diatricta to United ForT""ut\ceaatth.Suprem.81a_/ Court of 'tb. I .. .. -:-' I
and rllta'/ hatvotjpet be enforced by tax levy, for the coat of airy workdon _
The sbotfrun brigade .
Slat of t.
.F:1ori: < _
*under th pmvtKtone hereof. or done prior For Two Railroad Commiasloner -- -- -.--- n __ __ __
,fujly orsraalxed for the eeaon..t to the adoption of thy amendment under the provialona of FloridaFor for the State \ .
\ of an act of the I**""I.tureS InlWta.Iteetlon < -
lie M That the board of. drainage can.mlaioneea One Member. the Rous of ReprssentaLive. iV : -
.;Mr''Sam Brown report' that authorized .. of th.State: of FloridaFortountyAssessor ... ;
be and It I. to exMvlne the ,, = cx
- ---- :
net the spirit ot a'; doe at .which' he right of eminent domain in the condemnation of of' Taxes' .

fired twenty-fire! shots wlihout, hardly and forth.loationofhianal.: drain* levee For For Tax Collector. REAL ESTATE LIQUORS
: County Treasurer.For
acariotf the animate: Sam It naturally dtkea' and reeervoire for ,the' purpoae" aforeaalil 1 r
County Surveyor.
and may-enter take and uae ouch land it
upon aa
little given to superstition' and he For Five County ComntlaslonersFM . j A
a may' pendinov condemnation proeeediiura' doom B AND INSURANCE: t
.
Three Member* of ,his..County Board .of ... ,
faUr) ;' believes that 'that\ partlQular neeeaaary f4r such purpoae. and in.._rWol_ Pb.' '!: -. oj - -

doe was'- bullet proof, During the of the eooipeniiation ueneflta: to to derived be paid for from such such land drainage or right For JeaUceof, the Prae*!In-and) ?for. the follow.In .

,time; of tbli tu.llIad..DoW buck came akllbecoiuklrredby. way the .Jury I *Justice Dt.tn..s: .. . .
about Section Th. Leciiitature for No. t Mo. .. No. .. No. .. Ids 9. No. T. -- ,
up to we what all the fuss,was 16. may 1 provide .
the aaaeeament of benefits derived by land. by. For Constable.In the following .Iua.D''" ALL THE LEADING BRANDS OF 4
.but.our herd was dUirmtedl" and.tearinR auch trict*, vht tJ .f"
of dralmure. and the collection there.of .
ration ;
that IV was deer day and that "he.. ; UM proceeda therefrom ahail|ba paid to //th* No. 1. No. 4. No... (:'Na.: 4. No.6.Na6No., T. ...

old,fellow might charge,'hlm;-1;Quietlywended' bond of drainage commtaelanan to b* used by h and testimony he'reattB. .1.1hereunto eat my
and affixed
State of
them for drainage r N c HFEM :
inch
his way 'homeward. 8am Approved May (7. IKO&ARTICLE purpoaeaV. Florida at TalUhaaaee. the. Capital. this.! th.first. MADAMD DEAN'S : '
f *.K nlr. that acme of 'M AflAlla.nfl'B'* dv- at M titetnher. A. -D. HTM. PILLS.IVCI a'a'vl
constitutional i l work \ad-f; f;; ;ed'and XXII. IL.SJ.: H, CL.AX: CRAWFORD. .
. *. A .._ r.e.of gees "' ''_11_._
'bewitched fats run: ; That Section nine (9) of Article five ({)-:'of the TO*. Ii. WALKER SheriircSS57c0o iIr5! !. (N/wA from Constitution |j..a CIUOI.M.I a mr >>Afllj00MT tla.1gN1 ;
Westly.Thompaon procured the State of Florida be and th -
WlllMWlUMMlte M :
SWK 1.1.3.0.
John Drawdy for a ,..vaiuablexconuldratlop am*ia hereby amended. .ev....to .read. a* follow. *fvll WjU{/ pawylr* rne.. Ir/:. awya.vaura.roaf, hj' ;;r.
'
... 'Ofr.App1idRtl'dn ;
"ill' ". . 'r.' Notice : 'JRorV Tax- a.wa...s...&rear*****teUMUNITIO >.. .. - : ; :: ; -- ':1'
a roan Mare: sald.-raare,.b lnw.lbI' Section. ThV4lsfy '(if; each. Justice V the XIDIO"L co.. ...,... .kssiesavra Pa. ; t i'1 : ,
an.' The question, "'at;' Who Supreme Court shall' bo four thousand (44000.00)) Deed 'Under''':Section Bot.S: i l: ; ;i : b "
nndDonle ittc'lYlnes lf '
:
dollara a ._ 'Th..larrof each Circuit'Judge " d. .. Lnportril ( ; Ports
16 r1d ,", 'th IW&+ ; f1i nt, f" A r" ,' hcrrfc ,
'fI '
n'C
VO'DJt'' ". moo ."shell"S.llars. be three year."thousand five> Hundred< (f3.000OOj. ) }- ;,; \., 11..tp'eni4IjQ.. .' .I aws. of'otire ,. ".".:. For Sale By Osceola Pharmacy.. ;$$! igm} \
., .... aftorSrfVatewW. : to TThattne foregoing amendment to Section: .9 of., . ... .. ,,,-. 'EJQdda....;. -- ; C1ilretsSauterne, Kfilno. ; Wliies.Importcd ;

qolM" tnat-e*u tl't*;.44 i vibnly\ x'ftbrkind ) Article V of the CunstituUon la 'hereby,ajrreeiUujrnd I. hereby given\ that. J. 8.' Ftrntton.piirrbiaer -

lie bne t. of ridlsff that; he.anl.ultltltbmllt -. 0..Stht.the seme for approval ahall-bnaubinituxlta or rejection,the at elector the next of of Tax;' CfrtUlcate.. No'' : ,'>42 dated too all( Domc.stlc JJraiulies OlnUlli"

.ai't. .. lr -'.'' general. election of representative* a-required' by, Bin day of Jiim" A U"IS07'baa fI adanticertlfate T,.,M. RIVERS, 1'1",, u. 1''
Section L A rt tele X V U of the In mr ofllra, and lias made .).|>lrrallon 1 and'5urjcon.tf1TU .
removed Conatltutioo., Physician ;
411 :Jullnq Mobedloca ..h'wlte .
IIIOIL for ta. l.*nd to issue IneuMordaiipn with and 8cotch"'fhJ kJcs.
'ttfberhbmeo4SatunJsy, \ ,la"w Miss Approved' May 8l-tt .1 law. Said' ccrtlHcate. eml>rnoi>. Cho loll
*>A Hoe appeared In rood trim for''thetrip 'ARTICLE'XXX.it dvKcrlhed prnport' |tuat"d" '111 Unceola.uuuuty. ,
b Wh1t.tIE'r.&pd 'ajtboughthedtsSanrewmellftee&intle ) florid, *.U>- (ILI.| ': r ''PIION8S-Qflcc1.4t; ,. RoaldcacTc, 03 is
.8oll
to ,. < >: tthefollewing.nrtotmentto.APUel.'V. ; WIt of co U ol) ev ti FIel,."1d Tp Sri If ft:.14 K, 1115.IMIIIII&, "...1. .' r
,, mar"'n'rouRb of th. Florida, relativee The land .... ..... t
.M Constitution State of gold Policy pH ( at. the ditto tif 41, :
'read ,motlwr-and child Stood ItitbouCaAy .., 1::th Judiciary Department to be numbered the Inauaacaof such oertiflouta lu Mm name. 01 .,r II __,..........---......-" ; :: : . .
'.. great loconvenlenie.l> (......on 811 of aid Article V; be and the name-ta Unknown' Y<::;"fti'T: : .E. . : .
i.r..by aimed to and shall be submitted to the Coles 'u'd' ecrtifieeta'; ..h.n'bet red'eehredaeenrding'to LBSLEY W. WEEDON.raPECIALIST , > 'H FAMOUS .
'Our'iiJhool appears to be still on\: the elMtoraof the State at the general'election to beheld , law lax den" ...IIIIR"lIe l tlifreon aGR., .. .
( "MIeN/.fIt/ order. Doc )r;. Hubbard ., on the filet Tuwday after the Ant Monday in ".h. uah 'ilnvol N..veuher A, VjliKM. 7". ft'

f, appaar-10, l>* al.'lelf 'purfed atlsfactlonand Novrnntar. A. 1VI9U ,.for. ratiauaUon or rejection W..R. inr '
Vwltt ,- / of Oolol .. A. I>. Hull .' "
y ) r \ 1fe. CAR NOSE'AND TWROAT.I'rlvate"Iiosplinl. ;
: ttieslightrlpplecaifsedbyMlsgCarrln ..Section M. The annual salary.. ef; the judges ot . R .'' lit, L ,. til."V. Cream of Kentucky .
; being compelled to return echof ,the Criminal Court* of R.eordnow. or : ; Clerk Ulroiilt CourtOunwii l, American National 8
4homejc oV slew :da,1 on, account;, ofaU hereafter to be established' shall .b* paid quarterly ( *' Con lit>'' Florida ; Carat aJ I'S' KyoIJcIio t
lJld
Bank: 'J.'aD.lJa, 1i'ja. .
g
by the'county where""eh.rt laeatahllHhed, and \1IwW.Ii. HAKNVfcuL lJ.. ;, .
.
knesa.bas *ub,idedi. folk .. .__ .. Y'
hall' be a* >w fln ouatiaa of lea than Hf -""""' -- 4-- 0 .
: The 6\1ndal'"oS.o! Irj a raT!: May ti'tSiousand population, one tbouaand- dollar'in -:--- I.; I .. Spring, Rye .


.I't.o.fa6&, tyDntlnuys....<4*"o* oihoers thsuQttt efficient.YLiice, 6elDlt, of illation from counties.) Jlfteen one of' Uimmand thousand from fifteen dollar to twentyfivethoua thousand; in roounttea.POI). -s "Nptfce-'of TAX;: Ldvyi ., [L J.A.: VANS, AGJ 1EW,, .' . Lclxinoii Club Dour bon" ", "

MI. : ,MrJj;' nnil1ot Thtml 'wat- '.' ''ftiltoe' and popuuiUon. fifteen hundred dollara: In coun" TOWN HALL -ptember 14, 190. : e Wakes County' Corn '*: !
"
1 4''a* thV) prawdy mansion last. week. time from twenty-five thousand to thirty-five In accordance with Section 7, Chanter 2HM, of I | ATTORXKY, AT IaAW t..u. :r; '
thousand. population, two.thousand 'dollars and the Lawa of the SUM ofFlorMa. notice 1* hereby 1 BUDWEISER" '
; Old] '
i ..Two" off:herdughters t MUs' U.ule.nd -eountlra of more than thirty-fly thousandnopulatlun. r!veal that. it i* the intention of the Town Council (.'AND. .NOTARY PUBLIC,. .. Hnrycst C'ornCJUSE'S , ,

. ,Mln gijde.li; *Tlor.( ).married,. she :: t *enty-nv* hundreq dollara, hereby rf the Town of KbuimmeeCltyto make .the. ful- : '.' Al
Ql: new-'pn a .f lt to tbnn. 'Mrs 'Mto- repealing any and all part or-far: }* of the Hid wing, mil......for IWot ,-> *"'- l
'rate at ,Wbltrtterand Conatitntirm In eonfllct harwith.. Iduiti'I ... '. '. .' ',- . )
t'eert.aloI1.appredat.ec1 Approved." 19U6. : / our people warmly welcome' Street Feed ... . ..', .1' '" : : : : j'
: 'I" "
--(1bfltin4.. 1'.mCfllttuI. .. f,' : AIiTTCLEXXXL, f; ," School ,"" .. .JN.I.1.. ... .. .. ...., ...I,'.1' ': c' :.i. \' 'i IUKLEY. ]MALT

.. II.r.i4.ri..Ale4d_' ra ,II| do. That the following; amendments to Article V of Sinking Sanitary' "J ......'.. ..: ,'}\1.1.... I ..., ./ i THE KING OFBOTTLED. I \Il8tillc i
,
the Conatltutlvn of the Slate..f Florida ?
} relative to W..L. \ "
leg *;*.rythlogthatone In bis po l- the Judiciary Department, to be numbered Sections Bond ,a. WI'NN < especially formedicinal "r3

(;;lion epja 'do to accommodate our px>. 40. 41. 411. O. ... 46. tt and tf,ef &d. Article, ,Bulldl... . -... ..0>- I : '
taka'as
V, be and the SaM action toll* a meeting. to h* Lftd" P".0I 1'I AND RO ZON use
}pie and they do not fall to ,recognize cam are hereby agreed to and shall V ; ,
.be submitted to the elector of th* State at the at the CuunctHf1rIl..n the 2Ct h day of Oi-tobcr. A. r BEER
.his: esyready{ ; .: bumpllanoewith, 1 .re- moral election. to be held on the first Tuesday at. D. 115/$. at7.IOp.in.. .. T. M7MURPHY.Clerk ( _ _ Ft
-I! : I tar the first Monday in November. A, IX IVUD. for AUei itit Prerl"cutpfCouncil' . .*, a "
,
l ;[ GlLBERT t! &erhAlJlera '
; 'l'eh'enll ratification rejection. o-wit '
becomtp4 doIdlers .
: ;\
I Vt ... .. ......
of the Tow of Kbumunee .
x-
I oectloa 40.' There shall be atabllshed. In the ? City. .0. rwote .
,. it"'1Ifntw d-'and row Is not as freely Bounty of EaeamUa, whenever. the voter of said 4.- - ..rerc..no.te e7. . r......... CANADA )IALT.1;: : ;{
patrotthted as In the pa*'.,' ? county shall so determine.by a majority of the .. ,.

( 'Mr..JUuinn Ban, the old veteran" voles tae,a.ourtef cast ra the read question. at any ..eneral .....- Notice ...--.:._.. t .. aDot. -. ._ . I JLffllalBZB .and other brands of: v 14.

LQdllfef. ,i ar.'pre.enutaiQ.'wlth b1. said eau t who shall Ir.. =.ahallbeakMceof by the'Oov. $ D : .-:
_\t5OD.\ ,Arnold Uasa '71m' old gentle acing and eonnraned by the Henat who shall" 1 hold Aani An stuns L having. claim' avalnst. ti.. estate of ) J. \V. SlMr-J.ON' I :, Whiskey too niiinerous tfl
Parker,
a man.ba's; a 'ready' iiatlve: 'wlt whichtrakleehlm his efflo far eta yesre and whose nary hall be deceased law of the County of :
? two thousand, five hundred,dol...... 0_'". Stale of Florida will present the same.ptooerly .... .
'. .,. : an agreeable conrersatloo quarterly .by the county of Eeeamtna.a year,.uava-The t'eUti......, Administra' t, DENTIS1'4 .- ;... to mention.Wbiskey .' 'r 'ear'

,..lIat..i.Ula; unfortunate. condition. .is. aFL''Mrr criminal. court<>record! vjow'aatebllahed In Ea tor wlUlla by law, ntherwla* ,'
Osoflola Phsl'maoyt'F
the same will be forever rmrred.and all :t Office o-e. .1'. _
'
oarnbla count shall, persons '
?., great,drawback:. .flfttol" .........tdmenta. heroine upon sad be U1..doetion the_rt.e1 of record the** ,Indebted" to saW Saints will make Immediate act.tlemetit. ..": m.'to'12 ni .f" ; . t .
'; McClelland yono cam .. hereto* provided and all Nacres of such erlmr- GBO. f. PARKER,' Hoints?, f 1"9.\ 5 ,
S."d..J roornlni with the-; proposed nal court of j-erord shall he offioer of such court; Adminlatrdtor of Estate: of Annie Parker., : to 6:311p.: ; It .
of road and dlseharlre thi dutie and I July 1.1th. 1106k Juild.ta.nln. :Telephone No 70'7 Jun 5.lvr"And I
Ip cent Ion -of procuring' '< "a""'::8b stock ofmerchandise. .,columentaofcehnnlntbe. expiration* receive their the . '.: ; ". Bottled in BondBass'sAle" w,

r : ,
.
.' .
present term afornea. i ;." 'I' T' -' - .. ;.' -- I h . .
,;'Mrv HUe, Oodwfnsoldeat'boy'was Seetion 41. The aald eourt and Judre shall. ..have ,: ., .
1 ,bitten-by a snake on his -,, urn ,from ..elp_..* original iarMletlon 01'I' eriminslrases 'Tlto, Haltt'' Remedy -, 6

ecbbol poe day last Week,' uopo,ed to not and capital ahall,have.blah.hall ISaeambla arl. In county: Eeo.mbiacounty Men 'and women! who mutter from TD- WRIT ? fa, ; Guitmess's Stout..

I(.-bsqgtbundrattler.but at; la.t," ac, current with the Circuit Court:and Circuit judge digeetlon'Nervouprlebigtr Coristi- .;
,> y'oonotj' i' as able to be about.i' .', of said _nt). the sain, original juriadlotinnofaJlother nation; KUInef' I R '

,Orange gropes continue to bold their and circuit. cases judve and of matter. aa the circuit snort 'and and.lllaader troubles.Lost LOWESTrPFtiCES: ; BY THE "
said eounty.and the samerewar Vitality all kindred dig- 9" : GALLON _
> :.own'and are :in fine shape for the sea- to bisu. writ of mandsfnus.. Injunction,. ...a.fOllolwIU find relief "
by Ha '
i ion.Our. people'are llJiPO&ed0' the QUO warranta, enrtiurari, prohibition habeaa" 00,,. timing r RYE''; ; t:00 .
,' ; pus and ail writs* proper and nereaaary to the' trar "
themarkel with
babtt ] ,
toad of 0o
., j cumrl.te exenisa of their jurisdiction aa the eir- been 20 years on ih<* market and have' . }
'u itMripe'rnK beno.'pone. ,of .the, cropia'beett "I'1I..rt and circuit judsre.f geld county, except dfinonslrated their p&rajapunt.i.fa \\fa\-\ \ ipy vfc7: >3r''' from: : : :2lOO: : up '. -> *
that, and .
market power authority waummon and '
the
awaked on ........ empa. . ng, -aDd. bealth-if lvln ,,jualiilea.) .
.
Is certain a 'Ul')' / ; tell tie'about your ailment<< and bra; ..... '" .. ,
T'ahe.it1padd caoecrop 'Seetlin 4.\ . bei Send'torboohofwbnde rfuleurel. "i-- of O-I3ST1 ...... : : '
terms'of
""' "al .the Thrshall ala:; said Jf 'aboutHaggard' .oxn.oo'.up .
. # enjoying In '
eonrt' each year; ; your droifgjit cannot supply 'you. {
Jorln" and>. Oeo. :'Packlogham U 8etioa ta. '1"I' b* for asM eourt a ...... they will be sent!! prepaldupooreceiptot'prtoe. ALL. LIQUORS ,IN ,, ;
RA .
I : AND OTHER PROPORTION.n .
\ to have, :iconimand.' our: forces ecuttna attorney wha.sKall.1 be appeinted by the SpeciGcr'-hleb"' -/f

it I fall the }1rya! will have, to con-t ahall, heldor.dcnfirmed hill. __I. four by yeaiav the Senate fit. and oanp.n.satin. who. haggard: .Speolffo Pe.boictliOcte.'Addreef Co.: *)Atlanta-a' >.,; ; I .and Suppositories I _ _ _ t 'l .p WI t. 'k.

.r> ......jalC8, Egg plant have not Ball be fixed ay .... .. .. t, w
4tt. ruVc' oBB weU.th Ijpd ,,sun apoJlllJtI"lt Section". All elTenae triable In. aald' eourt -- ---- ; ,,' t :r J
>, a shall Infomutloa :th. .u ; laue; : anti lorrlacL Uoo. Neri.'Voas.Dabilky .
"
oven oath: r
\ loci haWierlousl3_ injured them. to be:filth.\ : u-t": .t ,1:: t.i.
pnaeeuting' U. HELP
Our democratic rooster' !. )MfflnnlnglluV grand jury of the ........It11 'iTor. iail "iountymay :IS ryOFFEREDro : peua.lGdeej'aad,, H.IW. METCALF. i J._
'' Indict for oflvna triable Irl BlaxUrf Lost 00..ORANGE l'
bets *uneasy 'about' his tad10 any tae'eeurt. ef Troablet. Vm.Idrtad aOlJITJt '
the wor T"'It.'Y "r q. "EO. '
Upon andioc of Indictment .
roord..r aucb the >lu: '
suppl! WTt Is looking'rOl'.ard"'to.IfO'.IU fdrcnltjodjr*ahall oommit or ball th* aceuaedfor w. *'"*" request au eeeea Film.ex./Ur.taira esUdtia.t '- i\

I r. election'with t.he"bope trial. I. the- et """""' .whlcll.u" ... "Ko..Un>ite4 their. n- ,or young ertueatluoo pereoaa.. wK.n*wish Matter to SOt yen 6aF;w etley waa bI net j jJs.td : AVE. aRLANDO, FL.4
-r . ,
beJl biejred7wll; | OBo'r; . ;; :. elxmina thereUKb' bt.ac. **Cralniaa and
tv ia ad *
irhttory \
,. TM ...... ., ; ** neeV i.1 < jirJUGWRADE .
t .. AMttm
8P- pritsi'
.
iw-ipt
to
vrlt*by. Ant Mail ,, !
opeusate bum for his 'JoserFeewa elected 'by ta..leet .. 5u. hflf If ;
s d ... ea(7ln4 ede..rege '
|lac
.conflict\ l . nd* s.. ... c.:{111.Ma -G.;; -I' t''+
III somewhat shag hold re.ra -tI1I&aDtL'J' \ --L' /
A.1. I......... cAae..forbfour... .no. ...eIdatar et' ailw. 'Cw; I1i.Awr. Wrii t .. '. \\ A4. ,'SPEfclAtl,
"- ,, .'- ''1 1la lira,rnreleuw. ,. .MA.Sr. gghl. ..., .,.. -'-./. ; .'' ..... . .. ca4.;'. a.."Y ... ... > ,, .:;t'. i I
:. helleE ,. .. _''' : ,
> % \
: . > ( ,0"i : "' "
:
; ;, .. .11. "' ': "" ;IIoi." ,. 1fJJ,. .. "-VIII I" ..*" ". '". :AI. \ .. ;". 't .. ;: ", ;' ;"" .J.' '} ; o' f : '
., ./ < .,. \ ,', ., < /l*'''"vJirfLsii.tit : ..i.:..'ii" ... .: \\--i 'f .." ;w "'-; -i :: s: 1 gj" ; fJ; ,,)$ f"" : 'J .hJl1" 'i.JItf'.r-;. /,
.;'" -' L'1 / '. . ..
--, :; 'I i' . ':' .;-, .,.... ,'. ." C" 1/1.. . _.. ,, , .. . ..:. (.\1
.. \ '
.
"' ', " JI'
l.'iifcjli. ai.'AsjKl'kaii'k-wiilUi., ;'" i,.,t't. !_ .L . . . 1 < "
i. . .' \ I". '' : ;.. ",., '_' ."" ,, . .

-
'



University of Florida Home Page
© 2004 - 2010 University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries.
All rights reserved.

Acceptable Use, Copyright, and Disclaimer Statement
Last updated October 10, 2010 - - mvs