Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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 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: November 16, 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 )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00255
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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Rt rti f i .The 8o irdbeq'took'a recess until I of : Lni ,. .. ..
ftvti( :of.i f'BusIft ftStWl1 i 9. f the: > ', -a i ". ,-.- *-" | .City4Fathers. : } zATL ': ... jJ jJw.

i t . Board reconveDea-at2p.nL.| and ;
I, 'TrIRsacWS. ; IO (be warrants were ilgned in 4Town ,, .. ,. . ,,
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At Last; ..* .i .' Meeting. .. 4 ('1 ; Thursday, Nov. 8. 1006.,,, ,-oF- -r- "" < ..,.......... _..... ... .... ...... .... ...". ,
., On account* of the scarcity of labor < ::, .
... .- the Supervisor of Roads wal 'author- ,The council met la an adjourned f ., : : : ,, ., .. .: .wry
1 tcl..lmm.Clit'T1a. Nov t2ILo8. "" 100"h.re betas present T, ,M. : :
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r The Board of Countv /' per Murphy, Pres.; -W.Elllst ,L, M. :
,: Uommistlon da/oa notion uf''J. 'Williams ,
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convened at 10 'a.' ln. there being seconded by J. IL Walk.r. _, . WblddtlDLW. C. Bai. 15. L.; Lesley G'"d' ;. "' 4'
lent R. T. BotlsrChairman; W. There befoir no further bu lne..*'the minute ert Jr., clerk. The : S : ',.:. ." ..d. ( :
of the last .
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> meeting were
he'H8.' Par n-J. F. Williams Board( adjourned until the next regu-! j ,. :t.
f'w-w .43.., U.*:. VTalker,Commissioner* {Jar meet and !approved reports of officers were .j <
; l.o Monday December.
.-Ti-J. Se.4,'-acting, county attorney-. .! ,. .. .. !. ,: i examined> and accepted., ; The' follow , ,.. 't>I. Ir '
and| W.- 1obD'kNlf eolln.Juda-e. There !'foNeo.. Jog bill were approved' and J ordered, t ..'.'''' ' '. : .ARRIVIN"'t'
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The minutes of the last meeting were _

r ,. read and approved. Why.jour 'ba'by' .h6old g : The bid. for county''' convicts' were fretful during tha olghtd'Werms are Lton-.nl WUItaBw, Mtery .. tUrabal...... 60 TO ,"1
opened and B1 ham & Farmer were the cause of tblo sickly babies. It I I.pat.ural I. L,William-. oust... .. .............. ...1t., t 00 r
J. Z. Uobcr-an -.Ur that a healthy baby should ,, --- ___ '
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only bidders, theirs' 'being. 920.60 -- n
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} per month per oapata for *acb'-) and all be fat and sleep well',. If your baby. J Ran........Jr.MtarreiOTfc609 luiilnc 74 \IkMitM-. ..'... 1* 60BPXfenn.wiPtBL.P. block U, runs" w 21}. ft.'i 42'lt, .e 21 i ft. 1..
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convicts, which bid, on motion of W,, does not retain ILl food." don't.;experiment : ' : ..11* W n 42ft. .. nJ"tinnntntfuntfttfnmnnnmnnmn, .

W.. Ivey. seconded by J. F.J William, with colic cures did other Q H 11.---.. -*..'ie....vented..... .: ..Council. .....to. ..N.btr. ......._. ..-. SOB 1MQ'IIIIDIl30 fts, pf nw corner of lot E . 4l ,,
.varaocepted and the bond filed "a* medicine,, but try a bottle of whites ..__......_T.Uph".M Co, phaiM mt .. .,. I let 4 block B. 284 ft. 12| ft. w 28J f t.. n '
4600 and the county. attorney'was' Intrnoted Cream Vermifuge,, and you will TM Murphy, uUrru-Jd-nnu.... ..i.n.. 00 121 ft. to begin log. '
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your baby have and M nowi SO Block 10. 25 and 20. oods--New6oGfls
to ;prepare and have -executed color III LL-I U>T. ..'...,... IMrman" .,. ..... 00 i
' *lie bond sled contract and; the sheriff a* i it' should. ,Sold'I by' Robrsoa. t.M'W>kid.... .aiuTUald-mul.. ... .... 3 OO Florida, Lritad. aDd Improvement 5'
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; was instructed to turn over aU county Pharmacy.. "' wo BiI-.rr..Nd.v.a....._......., I Company survey: 'It+ ," : '
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nott-rlets to Blgbam & Farmer ai soon W.ELL.I.v....a 4.no.ckrk.Gro.wr e.no.an..ra6.t.Ga___tOftehartlJr. ... "Lot 7,-V and.10 of L,1<. Pickerns 'Iub.. ) ia": IFA Lt/LINE READY FOR\#NSP$ '"ON."

..... ... ..... .... . .. division of lot 76. ,. .. :
.a* the bond and contract was filed Opening, Fair . : -. .,. P CO =' ARE w :
4 ,[ with the clerk OGtUb -. -' en old 0'...... .: 1{ 00JnmrnA Robinson' Addition' : YOU INVITED: : ra, CALL! .. '
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b'bly the most brilliant' nfDrl.own 110
VTbe. maUer'of. the purchase of Bar:* day; 1 In OUbwt", posed f_.:.,. ..."....... .410.J Lot. 2 block 34I <" ' : .:::-,;,:: I\'f' f. :;i"i; :' ..' : ,
j \ rock for the repairs ofie the history 0:,Florid was Wednesnay BO) Vans A-.w, Jinnee. wlwr M1-- .1 w 8' Our '' '
w.. .i, >w clay phosphate road on the St. Cloud road on which. the great Florida State Fair -.ij,. . .. .. .....,. ... MOO After (oTevtigitlon the above .: Pall Line 01 'DRY OOOJ) ,'' HOJ!:$. .HO1'ldNI' ,I,
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io blaze of III Q*( ..,, ,, 80 H FURNISHINGS..s .
o .vL and for the Poneanr9a4 IQ the ppened a glory at Tmi ". nfArnjw.'itruui" II It' a rr ] Quest was unanimously granted! proi' complete. ,

t t it.iwuaty, line was taken up.' Mr. CarM i- orerhoMP"dliard, t.88iii' ''.;]" the eL.lh.7."sdu.TlIurpbr.PA.forEAEbwtrr'... .."., ,'''.?.. .. .' SJ. _2 J JI 'Tided tbe. SID 'be- redeemed within 1 39( 'I S ,We\ bane a*very.strongline, *f SHOES In( th.J.8hb r. ';3 ':*
tee tbe owner of/ tbe rock pita being United State Senators Congressmenand W BHvrrta, printing1' .. .. -. ........ tt H i day from dat4. ' : Department, having just. added the"" Famous : IE
present, after adlsousslon of the subject Stat Legislator, participated I M.rs".."".-. Ilona.- -- ,b I.se4' 5 s4,as. .C.e..U.. . The street committed. WU (nltrlicted' i Shoe to our line: i WaUc'Ovet'- ,
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it was agreed by the Board &0' In the opening ceremonies. A feature awA.bma.tr.ewt:.... : .\ ...... 11 t to have the old well filled next Mid .r'
purchase two hundred car load, and L of the evening was a banquet at tbe laCoaatr.StrMtwark... .. :;.. '. .. ..-. tlGO land, railroad ; which, was formerly I ; ' .- '
1' famous, Tampa Ba>Hotel in honor of BUn OVMB-..tr** work.. . .. 1(0 Iheelecirfo : : "
;on motion of U. 8. Parti, seconded Dan U__ ._work .....r..i.f.. used by ( light plant.- Agency For;; : '-'
by W. W..lny.be,"following "resolu lobe Flokldaedltont legislature' and M-loo.r. trrt work... ..:....... ...' 180 1 CO : Moved and seconded that a* .ooa a* : I k
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> .lion.wa adopted] and other! of icials. J WOIl...,.ranwriiur-. . ... . ....... JOU light were"Installed, on streets running '= f erdt.r. Dodd 8ha.frl+.."I'C' W' "
.}... KUslmmes Fli.:. Nov. 12, 1906. Persons who attended the Pair o f JMM P..haln.......... .. .. front Broadway to the DANN
last November Mvnrr WI"ehaln. b.srsr. *..'... *,..... 8 <))0 passenger .' i = =!w1 : -'
were surprised beyond depot., that = ,
; Resolved by the )iou.d, of County ) W Miltar. lumbv. for brtdv i, .,... 'r5 90 Superintendent be Instructed : t 31LU1UttlltIUUULUtU1U1UW1LItt1UU1111UL11WL4UU
'\ Cosunlssioners open session at belief at the magnltnde'of' tha' under* W r Ba.a 0r..w.r..b... L 10000 to run the electric light plant ;:, S
":'their regular meeting on tbe. 12th day taking other Florida fairs having i UKMOM County Abatamet, Co, Inform-Uoa.:. 3 CO until o'clock a.m.; Motion carried i '
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t"'of" D. 1U08 that R. T. been small compared, with'that hold in B L P. .r The chairman of the I ,
November A. TWIlIIa-.d.IiILP ...,... .:.,.. SO* council and .
.. ;Butler, chairman of said Board of Tampa. The Fair now on- i* almostas [ Emil M.3u. wood B L P. ...:... .. ....... IW 4)0) chairman of- the street oomnxjttee. was . ': ," ,. '- n ' o ) ,

,'I ,> County Commissioners be instructed great an improvement over that of| A1 Li..gmma.cAI1Al1i.W TO,drdnpaw.* PLPI'/..j..n.+ ... ./.. '141'11 60 Instructed, to coD.ulr."I h the city attorney : .:. : .. "
tttand{ he is hereby directed to last ear.. There .are in practically II CGHsrdww Va. a............. .. .r.. in regard to passing' an ordinance .... .';; .. .
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,;9 ..from W. It. Carter of Barto, sseery, department twice as many pro Jup rr ULua InvtelUtlcm .... .. <'.s.:. 1510( I I prohibiting log cart running dbukaelr a 6AttA; uApAc 'iA6.iAt: =

J ,County, Florida ho hundred' (200) ducts on exhibition, a much )larger< JovManltaTUbor CON.bar.: , .... ....I. -. .".?. ...* .S GO on the clayed ,,.t..tef also' an 4 ordl* 4jI., ,'CARLOAD :.- -)--1': '
\ 'oars of first-class Bartow phosphate. number of coi\ntl si represented necessitating Dan."Speir 1.bor..h.r.?.. .; SO Dance relating *. r 9J ARLOAD ; _'
{ rock for the use of Ovoeola county on tie erection of new buildingsand W B M kinaa(. Co. -.......... ?.'. ,.. /.. -. S t **O T There< i being no further .business :. y { .- r., ,'A' _
r ..her publio road The 'aabovefurther -extension' of" o be"., There J I B R GII........ I r.f......t.and. dmr.. .. -rI: .81 council adjourned to meet la regular 1 : ..; f..

'.' authorizes and 'd h ''ith.. said R. T. Butler,'' Chairman asT many individual exhibitors and tbe 1l--"dra..T.-. 0a.. CIQ p. m. I .....' aS' .
.1 ..aforesaid to have the County Attorney array of product is a most remarkable a.ss.rr .; -n.ca T.' M. MtmpHT Pre. 1 ,. ., .. .. ,-'. .' '> .
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1 *-Jraw up contract. for said 200 ears ofI'Bartow one. Never have the reaourcee'of N..wmsNtO.e. .Li.tumE.r'r. :: ; 1.a.; tit. jr.R. onsrrm' JR.; Clerk,1 ; t 'C;. .
t.i i- phosphate rock and that heLVthe Florida been shown to such excel! II M subs P A' JI'Iortda Ebet.b Oar.....'It148 t ,A RRIVED..AT e st, _
said R. TV Butler sign same as lent advantage. and every Floridian II T II vrphr. P A, for HtwUrd OU Co..., ,44 S* Tnere'a Ho' use- ,. .r \
{ Aid chairman.and for the said Board who can do so should attend. the Fair T TMMorphr.M PA, ant WMUr.. EU-ctrieCo ,7M
.', I I/.1 and.. what his State. produce TMMurph Marpk-,. P A. for J. ChrWt-ph-r 1 30( ,Talking ion'can't beat Herblne or (
I :id! County Commissioner The said PA.faJMral BlwM Ce M *+4 : :
I.. t County Attorney. to include la! said In addition V> the above the amusement .ALDa>U-on, MJUT..>o>mnr-. .. ..... MOO the liven The greatest regulator ever : _Sunny I S.9.ijt.'hStaQ1: : '
'adM. s1t. :
ODt.rao\11 clauses 'and' 'oondltlons'fMcettfry features seen -atthe Southern aewwl.ty wark..r..r. .. $ *0jM offered suffering humanity. If you ;

I, ;,.1 tortbsjt-protection; of' bothiMrtie StaUt fair heretoforecannot comparewith ',-Wfe..o.t.a.m.e.! Twoek. .r1.tb. 10', suffer from liver complaint, if you are t.... .. ., .. ". _. . .. '" ...' ,... ,
those secured by the. Fair Ass : Wilton Jr.. (net with the board bilious and fretful- its liver and These \
your are
and. tainsure prompt delivery IH :Mu1ee : direct'fmm'tb '
l"ls K Hrst-alasimaterial. ". % *.' t" ciation.. A..n lllastratton the leadIng In FeRard'to back taxes' on.the follow Herblne, wilt 'pat it to its Draper oon- : r)fern ont", :,;, ;.4 :' '(
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tr. Vnd in opeoBoard :JfiJt? rT.ler ., attraction'secured;) Is the"Orsa IDa described property and asking the d It Ion. A *o.Uivecure tor Connimpt. J ,. "'ar0"# tt.l : ... '4:
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r. Wi H 8. White Clty'Hlppodrome'theoC.t''o; .fjoouBolI Wallowv lobe redemption on Ion Wtbu.6es1tDyspep,1a'and"; all Q 1.tJ.; I.C' r. : :
Chairman Wt
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| *am'at dlsoontit Ills doe Honee..q ; ( ,
_-JlnJF.'WUllms.T. H. Walker.embera which for two weeks is 20,000, Old a of.liO',1' oeD. 00t + tor a torpid liT... Try;'a i'PteJfO i- 1tJ J' ;
I)' % ... f. ;the Board of County' showmen attending the Fair'say'thathis (a>.* aDd interest fclafroing'' that the bottle and'you -will". toever' ue' any L j'ow:( f. the. strive, iO.j t &. . .'J ,. .' I Lr. i' ,,,rl';:?: :
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ni 'Ooipmiss loners in' and ton Ososola II the.most magnificent single attraction , tD4 had been too highly '''assessed thing.1.Sold' by fiobercoa :Fhmacy t .-! .'II' ;' 1. "' -1V, ..J, .; ..'
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shown at State. .Fair and that through, an error la <- w ... .. ''fi ; .. .
ever a some I 1
t>untr Florida.'' I. 1" i ( ... L .. ...'
anywhere In the Other". cr.se1r the property; bad been, back n ii.- . ,,,-,'. 'I) !" : ., INOhAM' :
i :.< s Attest! K. L. LESLCY: Clerk icountry. F\, ontbe, book. allowing certldcates put ) i 'L :: .. .'. ;,: aig.r, ':;:".i. \
CBeal) By W.tt. JOHNSTOM D.' C, traction Including Farari's immense to .ToCMrswaCol4 !. <>.. Day { t,' 1W
.,'The bond of R. A. Harl.Ow-.J. P.,, wild animal show, John LV. t SuJllvSn's remain! unredeemed' )longer, than wa TakeLaxatlre: .'Bromo-'Ckriaine1 Tab : '. .. '- "-' V'_,, -, ,
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No. 4, for $SOO with W B. God big show and many others of these lat...- _ : .,: 1'
.Patrick's ,
A. C.Has. and K 1V Bass asities high order* There are three tUnes addition if H Alld"msT1. "Ily . .
<- atr 8eplolntr4fltaAot.gcorner lot : Gtoo.. r .,rl,.., ' ''' '>, 'I" ,
and manv high.class shows- at tile < of- ' ,
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examined o
was ,approv< | block O'r'aoo.4Mklkes' ( tf - -
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r ground ai were seen Jaeksoavi ID| H.: Rune. e 3d tt: n 14, w 7fl f*. ,

.,..On JM> motion'ob;;W..W. be, seconded magnificent carnival.[ La. ;year re ..871 fC e 40 f,. to)' beffl o ing.- Lei -44)x ) 'Bob Watson arrived into Wednesdaytg'ten .. '- -

y s+ v J. IL Walker the Bo..rdpul'Clbuedfrom were about ..nn".II".llo..Ift; the 4& ft., redeemed by It,, E: Chafer .- route to Tampa wn to att T : :. +" "-:1.I ,.. ." .;
'fl1 Fair. Thli rear atall have had to be.rooted B-glnlng. .at the;ne corner of,, lot1' .4 < " ." ,', S'.0"0' .
E. L. Lesley one pair of .grey ,. ,] & nd the,fair: fl ; .. ... '
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ter and harne for 39.10 aDd for-between 176 aDdOO' horse. .
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4t of- the mule qf an even higher cla**.' .
:traded one pair 'county .
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.it for one pair of mule to,E.. L.''"Lesley'li 'The railroads are offering* cheap : : : : tTb; .
.t?*>r.100 boot. rate* from all section and -Tampa THE :9FICIALvoTE Of OSCEOWCMJNTY( S".u 'pp: .
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': ;" Severalreoommendatlonsweremadorredem e ,citizens are prepared'to' accommodate : .. : :, ,
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1 at a low rate all who' attend. '
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c.-f.J.;. H.;Walker filed the 'plat' of the the dltingubb.dvi.Itor.wlbeyfoe- I t" :> ,' ,I ,
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?;survey Df the, change, of the county Pre'1I18D' and Mrs .Fairbanks.: ., 'c raA 1, J'. . .
j I'.'' ; 1'01'Drum. ., The following<< Isthe official .. . _
.road general
e from Baslnger to. returns of the election for ;o.c eo1a "" ."
f soade by J.M. Swain.fx. Angora> Goats' ,eountrra* compiled by the county canvassing board. tt1 '(
d rl .,The reports of the "various 'county 1 Mr. J,' F,'<>'Berry shipped to,Tampa In preoiocts NO". '2.3 and 4 the vote on the constitutional l -amendment'was Fui'Line, Sclioo1Supplibe..; yrl::
',-officer.* were xamlnedr filed 'and Wednesday nineteen goat to be thrown out-on account of the returns being made out on'-! blanks furnished by 3. '.
dared debttel. slaughtered for- the market. Eleven the State which were for the constitutional amendments voted on at the elec fZ. 1 TabletsSla4es l ,,. ,p''enollsi'Eto,' ,, '::4; ''

) l e> Treasurerreport. < showed the. of these goats are"1 crossed with\ rear11t.ere4'ADNt' lion in 1904, the said blanks not having;! been altered by the manager at these will be'fotind' ,:t' + r. +
wlng balanoes hand to-wit: precincts to conform with\ the amendment at the ,,;,
r.v'tl :> on & stock anti-show 'thei!' voted on at the present election; ; ,
( tl'-road. . q.-, : .," .. . ,$3391 80 superior breeding- their'' plutdpseasaodunusuallylargenze. 7. ? ( I + .
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-reveq.ue n' : Mr, S. .. '' -1<
forfeltlon...;.,.,. ', .. ,.): sow 13 think !the ,half-breed Angora O'Berr'goats.; \ iP t : : tf .. .::... \ "" '

4, I jounty l sub.school.ho dlt... .No.. . .,,. 2. .; .,y\.I'.''.,"al. t 162 130". 96 90 are poses more these profitable sheep," growing for. market larger" pur and : . ..- .. .: ,. .., i I ;.{ 11111"2:2 1. ' t ; '.., :' S'..cite.p.I'1 .P J.arinMriwTf : , ;. : ,

: ';'," .. '" '3",1,.; OO I the meat being of ,better; flavor.( The< ' Repr..ntatM. o--. . ,.. . I .,. .. . . .. . ."1. .''''.., '
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f.II .n L' H' 4.: .,..4.' ,183 48 half breed angora are also hardier J'nuokCl.rIc* ..'.,,i.I. 1 11 JIIT / '

*:State. . AleS..,.v.. .. '... (",....;_..v .316 60R.uu.y and t.hrifltel'than the common' goat Job.r..l.J..tI.\III.rpw0.u4iL.S..::....ti.William .\ 0' 3 .. ...' j 9 .. .. > !110. . : .

ti! . -' -- 1>11'. O' err, alo ;Shipped <'a oar* O.GGa.kbllt ... .... ..' .. . It ..... T 4 t I 'lK:? ..
w:\ Naktnlf.a..total ot;.'..:.. .....J.$5.524 37 r load of ''boar and s',,-carloael '0' bee' Cbuha ...-Vi...,.:. :hI.' ........1".,.. ,V.. 'fA .".. or :t 21 'It.h S i tlp ,. . , .. ,1rt-1 < i
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; for which be filed certificate of depositBank cattle . .1., r n 1 4 'a B4 u ''l.or 131. .,. '
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Tampa. .... lame. .day: I I' j ...RaII., .. .. Cummts.be.or. .. . ..N . . .. . .. , . . .d'{ '
,i' .of 81ate, of KlMlmmee_ W. ClmrkP j .> <,..i.-,?........ 7tt.,.,.., .. t t I' I 1 I ,I &I W'.. $
IK1.- The pall_ son VBUUBUBU wsrr.n,1 Storm'SurvlYor Commltts'sulc N--.A.BlltcIa.\'r..m...._ .. .. :.. ...; .. .. 1 1 + : I 21 1 'T .101 ,'" ,. 1>>'
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,, were destroyed by fire In Open Board. TIle A.0.11111...;..*ijA. ..*.Ai.-...'VArthur '..:..I.."r"...... :: . ,, ...t.. ; I 1.1 s 2:1:II 1..5 'T I is.M Right; orFtOYD f' .WJ8t'lJ'b''O": ) : '
?,. The report of 13. O. Lewis & Co.- for bodof .L. Saunders;.former : M4 ' ,: )
"re of county convicts amounting' to resident of-Elliott's key wa found in >w;1).n.reRwn..n4n.q Ts .'.,-.;..,..... ... 14 1 e'"T, iC II ',28 t4 361 , i: ;;
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s 1.25 together.with draft for same was the Miami river horldistance below aYL ......OolUctotTX ......... .. ,
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JWTj.. - i*. -, avenue lrbrldgdearly SiiDdayiaornlnsft'Around / : ... 1t Ji.\ -ra. ; ,} r'+ r.. 1Mis .f 1 11. '. m 'a. ,. 711AJL1b.w.4ws.Co.n4 j SMITH :: ,, ,

+ ;;The' following: account' were"ex* the neck of the corpse which ; ; T.wr.1......'........r'... 'T. 15 'I" ..ii a 1., $..: 4X1CO.1, Prop's.: A }+ t I ii"
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lined sod ordered paid to-wH;: was foundju four feet of, .wal4lr; wa J, : .',... ......,., .,. ISf .' / I : ,, ., ... r rr.1 ... : ,
i410b.t.r.ntsus ? r.u ; 1C.* 1 1. a ;.q at : 1 sri Banos., to MASTIM'TEOMAB; I .
Battar. on a ae..arl..iw.r''and tnn.m*+.:.. >W 00 piece of pig iron of the'.' kind X.. Ltee.o.Cauoti8.rni.rm".........,,1., ....1. ..... T 1. .. .., :q I '17AORan.ockr. I \ " ; ,
't]' .c..i.i a.r.ada.u.p. 1| 00UU.ew..aemi.b.r.d :: ', ., .

r ,.' alkw.a.onmW.arandmfrea' .I.kdod.di/or......miWn... 55 IS sow M 00 Elliott's nsuallvtnedas one of key those during ballast.whp tbe lost' Ytir.Sauod.nwas hurricane;property on of r 1... ...t.OUrr.i
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L r..w so.n4 utaw q..i 1 MMt la. month. His house and plaotatlo.wero . '6 i
It .. .......... M <* all swept away and he barely I R. ....... '.c-.Nca.....-......,.. ......,,'tl.4.0 ,.' lit 1 "1.11.: 1 117 1 !!4' .I.' .', : !' ' 1. ' I'
n' ,NEW : : '
ho..Cawetpb.a.y < CO succeeded In saving the lives othimseif .I Ooa.VOap-li.ton-[ .-I., EVERYTHIN41'gal I II .
B L Ifebt-.ad tlclute.,1114) 7 Vt aDd fatally which consisted. of his >;..J..'..Hr rtp-i.-. .. ('mao.lorwil. ,..r.*,-''.*". 111 4 "-I 16. ..7 r 16 i 161' i.. ,,;,. .'. ? f fr f ,

.'. ,< 4* C* wife find two children. He- taw the ,11.A..acs.00uIItr... : ......,............. .,, ......... na 1 1 U ,.1 ,,17 I M rs 211 .
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accumulated ,
e aw..o c-a. swept away; In earnings that storm.of. 11 a *thought lifetime ,t: J.S.vh.- <..4Jo..trc-.t..Nca.1I.-......;............,.......N..lr'...... ...".".',.,...,." 121' ./< .'l5$5' '" II" T uis .r When you. want a Rrst-CIass '.Ta 1 rat,' tab'its';: ..j

Y Iii Drw 0..4ook..lwt.nd..luq N s0 that the exposure ..and extermination t, .,. ... .... _.. 4 "T U .1 21 ''T . ; .
I of that awful time broke bin down W'3J4 4W....i J-S-aii-i.21 V" r( . . .PHONE ..'1'.. .0.. ...... .- -.... .
,{ ., boW.a.0 4 My I'LL:a-a..h..r. .,........... .. i 'w ( .,- .... -- "..
physically and that the loss of his ...... Basevd k 100 a .1 ','11 52 'T 110" -. . ... .. . . ....
Ase..Mt rs.tr0tb. a sited ithue on bis mind &0' snob 'R.R.Cb.dMr.. :: ....... ...Nw. ............. ....i: 101 'j. I 1'a: ,II 'If ;"T IS.' \ .I'. .. .-. . ".u.. .'".. --- .. : ;
ri od.vu0 finally took'hlaown. ,' ''1-' *.r.DbtrMN...fc > & : : ,J:... ._' : : .. .:.....: "
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do.V r r..M.r..4'.r' a a 0d.puti X.. C L Reed Rales to lie Fs+r. .W'' "!Sh....,.KD i....i'. .f' H.j.f!. I' ,.

i. 25 CO 'The Atlantic .. ..t,.'..... ,,;.....r..................b......:.. .i.1'. .. .... _.... 1 a.> .u.. ..d. al,, .. ..-. ,- .''
Coast Line
:% : ::: + n.I107sjii tickets to TampsV, and return V I dally will' sell except. -I-1, \...,I.P.. ,..._.. -<1..1"""II' '... ......, ..-...., ..,.. .:.... ....... :R:',. :..'.". .::. ..l._ .,h.j p IINEW' 'e, . /1. ;.<:;:" ,, ?'t ". .,,! ;:t. .

.4 ,' pt.r..a..l..a..r q$5 November. 8uul'd 14th.to and 20th" Sunday laola.iy..U.Mraw ,, from! ..I.La.....f6r.Wsr1.bM. 'ta Ia_.......,......._..I i. J ..II.,1. .. .:..%. .g,.ix...'. ...,'..1.l.... "a'C.4l.lw31r '. ,6ROCERY f.,; B"\" :
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..pldwwesir ; 10,00 ...,- s.t:.......... .... .>...AI' ... : . . .
of one.fare plus 76 cents for- tbs. .... Y.. ......... ..... : ._ .:.V..N..i.,. .ili.y..d.: ...?'": 'f' ""' -
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.. round trip,' limited. to No"embel'.IOch.-- .II L .:: :: ; :_ ;, ,. ;C, 'We hale nlt ofbnad by ... i' .
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t Minimum rate 100. All ticket ,la- ,, r ... .... 1Kx.11. oMtrsd,, wish a hAasedc 5f 4sai
.. c '. eme elude coupon for one 1 admission to the '" .Jsa.wrC..O.bl.ipt................,.... .If'..., ..... .".... ,, II .,... '
wartF fry ai s ..... .. ....... .... .t '. ... : AND' :
4 1 Fair. grounds. .; JfO.. KmittAMD., .. .. ': '" .J.. +: .: i. .r lPAhiCYY FAMILY ..
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pay T50 wwd I y ...... ...... 1 '-. II 'f \ -
?r .dl..d wsek ....,..'.. a ;* O. P,'A.i Tampa,..Fla.x .. .,4. ;.......; ....". .tHh... '.1'-... , .-.,.. I. : .< 1:;"\. -1; -', : *-* respeeW.lly solMt a'shan of .. paMtaCOLLIER '.. *
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l.ld."she.bas; ; 'mo.t
the iflutt1t:

taste. One for you,, ptpa; and one.for<< -
? you,"Mr.. Kleetwood.! '" ,
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'eltlier. she mor'pry wife ever .d-' !
', ?.-, dressed hilt '..,iia. ordinary"aervant, I, ) :

lie accepted f.bo'potf'reluctaqMy:, f\ While Tfilr rtya.E ; h
gift from' the Uui.KuiiU-9)\vojtU: \
bare dellptlCl,'jnsi 1,.; 'taut' .Niifmi i\l\ ,,>>tIe; has R Y, ''sYY
R gARDiF k'DR Rosalie, 1 aawi wa .repugnant to. him.,

"She has been speaking In such ,. .
praise of you,, err fleet wood I >'.iOutlnued "
ICuulce. 1'ou bare iulte woubcrlirattr. 'VI : .M.M.: ( s

- _, .. '_ ''d" .... . . "Yotttmght"feybe'prndd'she'is \ / .

ttoMvfutt aud'Kd.. Papa| ," she..ald,' '; ,
_ ; ' 'CiI CUIITANTI.hIVIDENCEtI : as we.walked a llttt slide from Fleetwood Frightful Disaster '' .I
A VICTIM OF .
i ; "you bare' i* perfume .about you. ; more and; Ohio
have you e\l\ .ceDtInr yot.rsRlff"No *
"' >-r-, .tiT darling I said;laughingat Caused. :\ by' BI

the question. But mow n cntlo'u 1
: you,
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)' ,:By:8. 'x.:... iF.A..RJEON":: .' It. I Lave tall the fancy"myself i }
that there something morl'iT4arrant More than 'one
vns
.>m-ood tl..Q W ..Q d d t.1J; t Qp.ll-Qt1 tttHtif tit1J1o..o. than usual pbout'm a tide, "nioi-n- OD' ;)
an Immigrant + I'f f
1 nerorqn p pQ QH OPPQQHHM-Hfi o Jn: Q.Q.a-Q.Q.'QAQQ IfrpCP'Q Q'q tag? -- more :anA 'Ohio ";
ami )
sulded Eunice
1 -up, followed iny
CHAPTER IU.Continued. ., I ant smile on ber 'i lips, 'ocd be bad returned example merrily.I and Injured .In a '

i neither the'nod nor' the.suille.! ; know what It is, papn she sell' iweeh the ->passvug> ; : )

,remtmber also Elsie's grave reply I inquired the reason suddenly; It Is wood \'Iolet.TlJllt 'is freight near ,
'4, "I do not like herr be ..ald. fter ?
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Mile. Uoealle'afa'erite |crfnme." : free '
lo .tb. elred that It w. very, very ''* One hundred '
rei
wrong to kill people,' because'as she a pause "Indeed. Eunice. ," I said, -1 was not and \ of
Blogtcally\ added you would get banged "For any particular rea.pu'" I asked. aware ot It. somebody bps been gerll' "were on the : : weary

,t 1 for It. Th killing buslnetu was therefore "1\0. sir," he replied, after another. sprinkling It upon me!, I suppose. forty.sevk"jvire>, ) .
'' short pause, "My feelings toward her There ruin l-'IeclxvonJ.
away. I want
set aside, the consequences bolus or were
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burned to
too awfnl to contemplate and we de may spring from prejudice ., you to'o' Into the, town fot'uie and
which broke
"Speak more plainly, lleetwood.larEed. get me some book t uiadu out the lIt out in
.Naiad instead that we would run awaytomorrow ; \ t a''
mediately, after :
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when' the clock itruck 12, laat.nl&th
Wbere'.we should run to waa not de. "Well; 'air" he 'sold; "in the nrst Fleetwood, nt my suininous, '.atue to names of. all the : : .
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dded;;why we should take our flight in place, she is not-A-Freuchwouiun. my side, and I put vniy bxnd'iu the never be'.kuiuwa. as : : r ,;;
broad dayllgUC was not explained; bow "I discovered that' come time. since" breast pocket of my coat for' the Hat dead bodies' were #'' h
we should exist was''not considered. I observed.i, I bad written. I, drew It out with flames: fit. were .go !
We 'wr placidly tarlsfled that the There1! was' a- look ot, surprise in bla something soften Ittly's haiidkercblef Ideojiacattgn\ will be .! err

,,, ,!mere fact Of running away when1 tlio eyes a* be. said -"Cut fier ,iiiauie' la from wbjch lion ted the faint perfume; .ttcu ; a''
,clock struck 12 would be a crushing French.-"- of ''wood violet. As I held the hnndkercblef fOI.o- 1A"4t '
blow 'to1 the -hard-hearted stepmother f:Quite true; Fleetwood \ Her'" father /: In some attonisbuicut' 'iny and'''IIOveral of tht' O' :

t and from.that moment Elsie's life aud may have been French." \, bund' wondering how It could have got others aacap6.d ;
C mine would be a life of happiness.On *May have been sir!" heXreinarked.repeating''my Into iuy pocket my eyes !Iljbted upon If., all their baggage: .
word. ''With Ncinphasis.Then a un.me embroidered In.tbe cornerof The
that nlglit: It, wa that my little dluter WillS l
,aweetbeart' cries pierced toy *mind be is not living;?*! the.delicate trifle-the name of lo*\- der'lot,, some '' r

while Io,was''sleeping, and I uncouaclonily "Mile. Rosalie' Is doubly orphaned," 11" Involuntarily the- ha IIkktrcl1letrell conir.an>v;, but Just \
rose :with the Intention of going I said. "Come, 'come, Fleetwoodwe, from ray band and fluttered to the lies has not as yet' ):: / .
be doing the lady an injustice ground and before I had time to stoop
*' to,.her rescue: It happened that may young Tho patutcugcvtrain: i
those about me were less watchful In canvassing. her so'freely'behind and pick It 111' A/lie/ Rorall" darted for. ed with.rtunvian, .
,j "than usual and thus I succeeded In her back.. > ', ward and arizing; It.' thrust,,'It hastily. Poles" all of them
creeping unobserved to the top ot our '"You ara right sir, as yon alwaysare. rube her pocket."Tbank . this country, and
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r- bouse .where a, short ladder reaching I am very sorry I spoke.' you""she en l Id. ", softly; "thank or placed In ihq '
' to a trap door in the root enabled the --"But" I persisted "having gone so' yon so much ', i second ,section of
far be adding to the Injustice .Plie!: tripped away, and Fleetwood : 'x'' I
to reach a similar door In'the adjoin' we may from Baltimore; :
lag house which I found unlocked.It b7 'not carrying this conversation to taking the list which I mechanicallyheldout ; i The ehdr.cer of'
Its legitimate end.' We cannot be too to hltn. walked thoughtfully; ( ,
enterprise L'f
_ was a dark night find my: No. OB, 01ll1l
f". was full of dangers but L1eep-walkers careful- reputations. Bay what lain from the garden, bis bead'b'e 1t upon I
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McCool. Ind.
'' mind.". his breast'1 \ ,
ar like cits and can ''walk safely on your : : : !: ,
H41J 'ocl,.' ind. : '
the edge.of'a precipice, succeeded "?Fry. well. air.. :Mile. Rosalie' baa to Jr.
train to ..
In '...I.ln&.U.. door In the root and In no parents, but she has relations. ,|110. -One ".. w...... y
CIlA1"fLrt 1 V. engineer of t'he'
"I think not. Fleetwood. .
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total darkness felt my: way down "the v
_ ''atalrs "guided 'doubtless by the littlemaid's "No sisters or'brothers, sir?" I4vlng/ In. some style, 1111 may begathered not been informed/ the LJllIe. lr
< cries tor-help and mercy< DashIng "So 1 understand. Sbo is alone in the front what 1. have..already ger train' 'was .
Into the room In which the torture world, with not a soul to depend upon narrated It may be. supposed that 1 tions; the' other la .: "
., '' was being Inflicted I sprang upon the except ourselves." .- ;was rleb. 1 "'u: nor.. 1 pold.no rent tlon of th't' }! 1
; cruel woman and tore, at her and'beat "Then the man she'meet*,' sir," said for the house In viilcli 'we resided, no lights or ;felspalf ,t : ;( .
'lie ao that sh.,In. turn probably, more Fleetwood "J I pot a relation." neither. :was.It mine; and the money eating1 that a 'oSeO: lit. .
frightened than chart,creamed loudly "I wa not aware;" I ..Id. "tbat Mile. which supported It came not from my close behind;: f f

r for".Ial.nee.. By: this time "my 4wu Rosalie was:'In the habit of meetingany own resources.' ,,1 will "rIp!!, de.crlbe AH '< soon a* the'' ::: 1
fi' 1'" people were aroused. and, obtaining man; but, after all. It is no affair" of the peculiar mature of iny. private affair 'Immigrant'' J train \ '
.entrance Into the adjoining bouse. bore ours."Go.*\ *. switch at Babcock : r.
a f 'me away to my room.. ";So; .11'" My father, *or some years cf his lit In charge of -
t ft- .When-.wok*' in''th*.'nwslpg \{ 'Mdno : on?;Fleet wood; you had best irk; all opulent uxan..lo. his fortune.when ductor, Mo.to' ; .
knowledge fiecolleclionof'whst,, 'laU'Are'th'esmletlage' frequent"Very *""- '; I'-was'Very y. rHlti-partly;, turough!: the light..snow was ; :

bad occurred, and I gathered the-par- .frequent, I should say, sir.. 1 treachery .of a' friend, partly through creased the ,
r, ,, tlculars front those' who wr Iuteret- have pasted them by accident. at;, least unwise speculation .nd 'frow the day morning, and ILl th* .
,.d In -them.; My bedroom door, was. half a dozen times." of his ruin''' was, dependent npon his laRa fclicrp1' t1ln'e'; ?
found open and I not >n bed; the 'two "How long hap this been going our wife's brother. ,' a lieatleninn.of: great; yule the Ktcond t'0: :On'"\ r

0.t .tnO doors la.the rpofwer..openpro\ : "It .la 'tourmontba'' ." .slice. . f. first:, saw wealth. Kraut train came In : _
da lining'the means by which I let them.- ,'Mr.'Wumot'rrss"at ,nee:generous tance away, tearing
'one h4 ... and obtained entrance to'the t reflected illle. Rosalie bad been In and eccentric..' He never had any great: at the''' rate of-,40, a.
other;.*Ise drew vivid pictures of wyaotfena our :service only, five, :raontbs, and It Ideas of my ftUor's business 'capacillet ,two trains came
wftw .bed In'ja: her bedroom wag generally! uuderttood, Ibrougbjier ; and.'it; Is dol:,,, arm. IKI-injustice: unalacken! ppeed. : $, el., and rive; L
and ...Naj .. al..iotlen:; and own tatemeuts.that.ske, was a stranger'tn to any that t hewas, selfnUietlaud.obfctluate : ,MX tpasiehser/ a tinkling
p'... ...... tod the rest. The the neigh tUrhood) ; a ad bail no / tend tbat he entertained'' the frelgbt'eire"were'; I I

.........=; a tNI.1..V1I..o..1h1 i friends or, acqnalptances; .Here, Uieu.! idea that be'should Hot only,l>e a"Jaw 'Una; wood an< ) ; l perceive alt
W.. .... ...."fllt and spoken:of, was:.another ,duplicity to trouble' and' unto iilinaeirliut; to other people-as motives., went?: .. ; | all faith, so '
and from fbjt.dajr of, lt.. .occurrence:I perplex me.. h"t'( ..:( welt. It was through liU asalntanee 'embankment. ; L ,. 1 'am
,'was mere carefully watched at borne' ."Where do these meetings take place, tbat ray father' extricated himself honorably Bare'broke' out, :

Mr Wbei(:vl' asked the- good woman J Fleetwood?" front his business' difficulties, In the wreckage >er the 'Idle. '
end
iarrled to become,my.wife; J.related /In'Ivybtisli .Lane frtr." and ;when they were settled my uncle Battery, a
t1 \.this IncMentTbf toy'' child-life to bet: :.Ivyb'ush Lane.wflB/pcrhap*. the moat refused to re-efttabllsli bm.| per ff the Injured J

.She ...(M.llabt.ot tt. and I'think It Was aecluded. part of the lot'lIl1t7-roulld "You :lltall"t.ve i a' life ot"enso';' andhappiness'said desperate'efforts. 'of ;' ) -because" ;
jrhlefly Htrough'her encouragement that about; but.'.1('-' :Mlle- Uosalli, and her Mr. WUmQt.. ""and and surviving paa".r. : superiors in. q
i the adventure,was known la my boll lie.014. friend were lover, wu. It not'natural bite rtlnTi&Tnt>re rl....."' part 'of* those who : ,
;t '- ." 'My,, daughter., It appearstie* that they should meet In' ,, a pot!}inhere To, this) end 'tie promised 'nay father In the> dftbrlj" were : -beeoming;
,, \scribed,It to Mlle Rosalie as a'divertIng they were least likely .to be'liitraded an., :Jueoiiio sufficiently large to maintain The-flames.spread : rtron-
Incident and the woman'4 of'multI- upon? the social standing to which he age B so rapIdly' that

t f:'farlous acconipllfbroents treasured it "And at -"'h.t'hour;; lo yonr'obser.vatlon. -' had, .been accjiiitomed. The'promise ble to save a enduretlu
-. ;In bertnlnd.: During manhood my soun- .": I asked, "do they meet?" was faithfully kept. .' At the cad of were: but illghtljr & ,
t1 MubulUtlc' propensities pccislonally "Always at might, air., when ,there ,is. every ale mouth a sum was placed fast, by Umber ; ; ;" -wither f
broke oar,,but-tbey were always. of the 110 niooa.' r ,. idthe, bank, to iiiy, father's" credit. In down. Theno were: ;; It shall -van . t?,*
most barialeas-klnd, and I grew to rekard -. -"YOII'' are unite sure,"'' I said soiaewhat fulfillment of the arrantemt'lltrand; ; Mr; sight of the throng /
... I.I\em\ a* of small moment Short- iartled,' "tbat ran usnot misguided Wlnior.OTlio( won and Vrlio remained a thescene of be' : ; ;'' wncthop a
w ...,.iJ.'.hcnfeyfto. after the engagement of ,by prejudice .. bachelor,- gave ''iii i to understand! thai Me;, to' lend' 'r,,,l :' I ; ab.il'Mntall..

Eaniocf: and Harry I. was' greatly ; 'tarbed by' an.Incident to "Which I could ."' .' whole of '111. wealth.. Neither'of IDJP tered ,care were ; work'fallh:
,attach t!o satisfactory explnnatlan. You, han'l&presalou.-bufof course parents IIvN.Jou;: to enjoy the life ol and,*of (the forty_,, truth and'
'wife told in* that she woke In the night you h"et. Is rldlcnloVis 'to 'ask sucha luxurious case for which Mr. \V"nior" death followed_ :the : of mid.
and ,I w..'not by'her aide. Bb. '11'1\\* qoe.tlou."bat 1 mean Is, that your generosity"provided.'aiid" t; tbl'lr'.onIJ burned to.asl.et., success: is|
about to.ri.*.and .Mldl./ ...;; wben 1 entered IlDprHalon.'or.'not' favorable to,>I lIe, child, .revalued the sold ifciplent ,of '. thinks: 'm

the rocm-audressed'myself;! andlay'down Rosalie?"' 1 his kliidness. He paid liberally for my Silver'1 Teo Costly : : : : 'y for It bv' :( '
.V in bed. being all,tie time in !
I. a sound ...IMp1 .weetheart. what (reason crab! there, be hip. ,concurrence .that 1 became engaged received: offers for [, : 1)f the sa-
have no remembrance" X said, f of for such"secrecy,? When I have, approached to thelady I. married., On that to',:the :( I

going anywhere or.. doing anytblsg." them-and! I, bti'oa.'jto: !' he occasion he.purchased the little estate ilno 'out,,,,,. 'Tkis*. a,
fi '''IU. very annoying," X O" I"td.! "I them, ,by accident tlicy have {stopped. and devised It to me In lit* will,'wbleu : ...'
i :;,wlih to ,Heaven they 'haa' tbr01l'1i a talking and have 'shrunk'away Team : made;we his sole heir .Therefore, ''a* ,would'Mibnequently" bought that, '

r.t. Locket of cold water over m* when, I obiervatlonttie, man 1I1M'! <'1.nr.; Oncij.am'.cfrtaln willbe seen,. 1,\I.itl .entirely' dependent : be .-/-a f.
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"y ."was a child might have cured pre." '/. .They were' quarreling...".- i upon hint (luring his lifetime. r.riees., *
'"It"might leave killed your said biT "A iovers'.quarrel l. Fleetwood' I At 'the time. ot nix 'daugbter'. engage! -- . .
LIB wife, gravely. ;"It is too late now ',ta '."Perhaps,.air; bfit It didn't sound-'Ik.l' m'eut .ilr. \Vllnuot was, Absent from BOILER.:TAKE ,

'. ,fret over It,:;.Richard.". !it. 'Tile,. seemed to be threatening each I E1)rlollcl. and 1 bad no.means of placing ,
,: .r ;', ':I ri Uould;not mind" I ald., "Jf'J other. That I I. all I have to tell sir:' j myself In conununlcntlon wjtn 4)1 tn. Enllil'. n California ,

k' t. 1'could remember where go to, or' vhat, ; :"Har '| u ,met :the man at other! Ills habit of life were a sufficient; : In.dlcatlon :Wand Three : :
l rr;."-I do; but It.Is ell a.blauk; ,." llmea. ,,weed 11.'wa. alonerk' ", "1 of tba.eccentrlriry his char 'Three"1' 'lnCD'',t r -;'' '' ] 1
; 'We spoke ef other matters,:and.went 'I can't say, air I I: never saw Ui.* nt"tern..I'ec1. a Uto'or absolute' plcilon tit aa: E'Dp' 1
;i- oown ,to-breakfasf.' After th ,meaII face,? lie .seemed to'.'lake great: ii.iiim. -<-lu.lon,. ns far'as we were-cohoented, I VoumV Sifnaef .. ,
: i' .-.i,spent, ai '14J.e. bouc,.ther*" My "Yon are positive was 1I11e noj:.: !our> house and rejoiced 'Jece'.lon; 'I'Southern' Pec.lftc.,, I .l r ,,daughter*nd Mile. Rosalie were.in the tie and pot anotbe5ladyT'r; and ,frequent'visit\ from him" AV. BtMloa'"' Sunday 'transient:

-..-.:M:-groundsandBamuet-' tfleotwood'rrede! ,"I'.IU.IJOIUlft'.II\; to' towed all we po ioactl; to him; and the \Vbett\thfl' boiler'' '' : '" enrreee'og..
:.' : 7"tdl'appeaiance to'.h'm.: a report of Fleetwood; wag )> rtcf1 Into the, -
On* more question; Ity uuM-lfUuuvii* uC his eoncrosity insured
.: '"some task I bad.. ec him to do. Wbenh uah:r'he10n"';)' spot which'one for him the liUUent. meed of ,respect being' passed[ 'at,"" I. | ( l to)llfe.'HlK
-. : .' came;.toward me I was convening would ,not traverso fpr:,ple.suretcn ; with loUl..?Jto..n., ''my wife"and' Ku, "' boilers 'welfhltp: : '
dark owe iagbti.. AVbat look' you ocldota.'and; Indeed, for lUe'lait, threeyeararlnd : ': ple* on
t\\, IIIeot ,belnc,.t.. iittledlstanceaad.I there?" '""r : %. ;; { not teen him at .all.Us ward through the | J
ii left'myvtfaoghtefa gftyerjieas: to join Is near the graveyard, sir, where wa pAsslonittly [fond ,of ''tia'el. .'.andwa4n track ahead, more' \ fs tyraa-

bias. I Certainly 'my-mood'"was' :a ". oa"It k.je.GatletL": ..-. .. ,..__w_ the lablt of ku klng; >long dis ho I pot. 'wb.r7 the : ; *tlu't'U\\. '
z eSUftf 'CIJ titi. tubrabig; for"Ihqabertt dial voice trembled"With emotion, I appearances. Inringthesepertods it J 'A' .
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ceu versa ttoa t bad -with Mile. "..dhl. haljd"r... ' I wa hid :"whim to be troubled': by noeorrespondenoe"'wtererr'1thtr ,; ) : ...;,.and that a,; ,
,r aip4a ao. iMiwestortJibtaiimpresIon : ( "') Le\'psidle; } ;Ible to 'ourf.hfN ; from ONLY SHIFTS -C ; .

t,,<. ,, me..:.;;:Ajld.J't-itoalag'wajt .aid; presently' .y/t..will 'b..wlll r.I his frlepda-oT, business ligenta. He t ,tat Ie'.. .' rua'. lr;
spoken tor her or toe to account for It; conrs'i 'When my daughter" is married, wrote! them fromtlnie; .ta''tlme;.bnt ,E"7'Msotb.r'.f: : .1 _
.i we had versed on ordlaatymbtters Mlle(.* RossiIe' "- I b\aqd' "Weery ? '-
wtll'avft-onr'ser{Ice. never ;, "'. nof'wonldjbe a : i !)D.i nuuat'i't, ,
; bat therkwas In jars mnaa r.a '..Sand.tars Atthis: / mn.nf.'eak11estwood cousentUo. 'receive' replies }3from them A A ....':Ci-,: "(:|. : >Jo ',"

..)'.. wends teD rrteuI whlch to CsR I.i..r.. oijcowetb' p1.eavre.' '!to' ., excepr ., '-"".matte All] f. (the :-'highest states. Usa* ta J.wr i'k ;, : ) :"."aifvfc Jot'oJ... ;
j 'I .dt :": ,ltras" J ok 'upon privet Importance. letters for bin ; J ""q
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;omethl .''I''d oWcrvod her life.was. fllled wlU hgrspijl'joyR'6NMMFLMN \ ; his"'at >Inrla.i nil *berf '..they a ecu' mo-. 'trut'. t"' ,:.,... t: . : ;;;' : << ;r' :'LM, t".'
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l1. : .'PJtA. fJ 'fmmammm IfItF.1VICE!. ..m. P. m* '- ;, *lati-, **, TWELVE. 't"",IMOICTEO r l! oC t(1 'is' tb1 R ij M ", .


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." ari".'forth'. .. Ktimsroiia. Protests from '?-h' Frww ..".., ear tery ,ofVTM J., '

'* All. / Parti- rthe: '..6outhRill., '''JbN aid BJT $uaDis "(by; ,Cero Doings in Florid

k fieguii / dent? Rvoge- roads Are: PuP n;;Notl .. '. Gift,Charge'/PTOnage; .1 Bilas'lasiar...." ,

j vdtjon: Imp & ''Tour.: "i' . Grand en8&cola. t ., '

u ;%-- ( .k. ,.M. /s < #
rtnlt'oL'nunuoua, ,complaints of.do.layod 4 cabinet 1'tn retire from ,President RooM+lt's One' Mill. Tiur.AWMtNtt... Growers Advised. to Held

DEPART TROM CAPITAL mafl from 'iupedntendenteof on the't 4th. of neat ,Marsh, Below; will be "jtowMf tfc*, .. 'J. R. Williams, of Ala bua __,,
the lUMBERfCO.Lot amf James 7
S. OFFICERS Of H. Oorfleld of ,ptalo) at viue president of the Sea Island\
it. \ ,1. the' anal apporfionnrent of,'the :,else, snlll;
SS ,art,.. sctuthern 'divisions- the post- l.resentcommlasioner of corporations ;; tea Orow jraK Association
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plck'aod ftpan ,',"Ieahlp r, Louisiana o dee;:: department baa taken tha matter .. wUl'5uccoeedlhlm,:( (lerbert' Knox tax" by Hon:;, W ,JV; HUtowmsv stabanpertatindest startling 'statement regarding till;?'
Smith.t now:"elctant.commUsIonor. of of.PWto UusUiieMcaJ; U_''or' the" .brokers.
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up for 'iavestlcatlon with1'\ a view of Foreigners Brought pharpeyAlleging buyers and
Will ;,cdiiy.y" (Him, to, Destination, ,, ., 'oorporaUons will be appointed to MrOcrfleld's / aotouht appuitlased.Whlcp lets ofHam Island cotton in
S2.603.14 Is the .
'' to taking Immediate -steps'' toward That They Were HeldIn '' .
'is Accompanied by Mrlpu 'lace. Thesa changes and la *n eBdeavor to1 reduce the
Roosevelt,: remedying.the situation .". r' 'Sravery. ''and Also I Sadly'' that of Uia retirement ipf Commlaalon ;kIi i ,[, largestpemt-asaeOt'AP, :. the I staple '

; Those'. complaints, coming 1 la.. from Treated. er RIOh hlil--of th4 gen rai'Rind? of-' poftlontnent ''of the 'one; mill tin.,,ln I, ,f. have 'been ',nt nned on relj

5 .5 -;+-i all"pert of Uie:'south,.are more .JJ.Um.rou t' w- flce.f on 'M rc" 4... war ef,announced' in th'e': Mttbry. ,p t' puWlo'' :'schools. {in tldrtethtsL authority,". ..-..sItr... .wnilams.
"Goodbye, I aim;going down to, see thin Twelve.officers and employes of the the fqlloWiog atatementttoum ths white. 1 movement: Is 'on' foot In 8v

bow the'ditch' is gftttlnis alonl!'ahollto' theyhave'' ;ever been be. Jackson Lumlwr Comriuiy.. 0(. Lock- house "Wednesday j'' 1'h1 amount btVmcney{ la- ,appopttbneti -, betty bilyin. Bad ibaadlors'daorgia of

'.4 President Roosevelt' as. he ,stood fpre. D ilAyv of mailtrains-a'; ''not hart, Ala., ,were indicted by' the Unltr The cr Ury"of the'intnrtor: 'Mr. on the' basis. .of the average "Island ootton, hi \ and Ftn"

on the after starboard deck ot- the opl/ getUng more and more fre ,ed States grand' jury at ..Ponaacola 1 Utcbc ". had "'informed,, "tho Pt ,8t. attendance' '' the .t..te'f which'' Is j re tc0'the. present .1 1'100 of

yacptMayflmgeatathe'fvaa6jngtonnavy ; # y qucijl* but they are longer resulting Fla-i' for peonage and conspiracy. to d.nt'that he would be'n..bl.to:; 7stay : ,>S,332; ,the, jiuniq blniE tbe:largest' aplo',and:1,;desire\jo: ";\ .urgeNdpcegrowersWho.pavecotton
8 r yard Thursday'afternoon as the. In 'mprte oCt n mlfcslnjr 'connections, ,commit pcoOa: '' alter, .Murch 4. Ur.. -mto cock has .average, atteedanca; 'for,' .any year, ,by I ; pK' hen4'

.vessel was leaving the dock wllh The letters and .reporta which have Those true bills'are tho" result .of. for '''some1 time felt that the 'very ex several thouaaud.',,. The. average ,attendance hold >Ilmt.1 and jcanraJwure'. them

r the president, for Ills Pen al, trip.. reached the department within. the Investigation Into alleged peonage -. haunting ''work %."'has been 'engaged for' the last' scholastic, year they will '_ the'prices adopted py

.Accompanying the, president were last few weeks hove opened the eyes which existed 'at .the camps of tDf r over" elght years1 la 'th. In. shower; an Increase' over; the preceding ,assoclatiov \ \:,

1 -Mrs.,, Roosevelt, and her maid' ; Sur- of the officials to conditions Which the lumber company coma mouths terlor departzjr.eht was' wearing n'' ;' year 'of nearly 'eeDt., ThUU "1rtmU$' ,hilt t.Uie crop' has airbfea

.. 'neon CeD.;'< I' '1 lte1. .of the navy, t oy hardly dreamed could exist slnne; arid, which ,the grand..Jury had Mm 110 eui to make Impossible for ,Indeed.t, tloe'ahowlnl.; ;,'"nd. 'paks ,, !marketed': '- Botwlthstan
A* au4,Ii. Latta one pf th.' nal1atant Ai a result the' po&toffice department been Investigating' for several days. .Mm much-. )longer 'to remain' At the well'' tot the educational''system' of what'.u.';, .&::'parUos',may

secretaries 'at the white housed The Las taken bold of the matter '''a,'cases 'of peonage' are charged presidents' earnest request he conIIt'nt.ed -' Florida. The- rate'' per pupil Is/nine- and from: present ladloatlons the
I ..Mayflower will take the party to and put. the railroads formally oa 'no- against some, of the employes.:;.ft be to 'accept the re-appointment Ly4wo cents. f blued crop In 'For'ldGeorgia

"Wolf TrI plight, where a transfer will Uee.that a compliance with" .the mall tug alleged that they went 'Into, Walton on March U05.at; ,. the time ot the, Ulaohua ''.',' ,.., <,V .',. .. ,i$'4,021.81: Carolina'. this season J.'will. :not .

S L'd tie made to. the battleship Louisiana. contracts will be exacted. "county, Florida and forcibly returned president's Inauguration.,'But he .then. Baker1' .. M.' .. .d;.. t. .,,, .669,84 9.O.OOOIbktJ.' : s

? which It to convey the 'president to To meet these very conditions the to the 'lumber camps> foreigners stated that ba could not' say how Bradford ); *, lV-- ;*. ,; t ,t. -.I.TSSSI'Brevard ; -WbJl ,the''aea'-lataiMI,'Cotton

: and from:.the' Isthmus. poctuflVce department Issued a. formal who bad. left the employ got the long ,he could stay and be feels now ,, .. ,.1 ,', '. -..., t(2S.80 ers' AasodatlOB ,have ,.agreed ,to ,

u' Fur a; few. moments the president order on August last and It Is.this company'and who were endeavoringto lie must tnaist on being relieved after Calhoun ... >.. +', *. .t v"' 7311Clay' : No.: 1 eat ;ta' cents and, fancy at

;and Mrs.. Roosevelt chatted with the' order' which, the 'raHrcads are, now reach other towns In one Indictment March '4. The president Urged ;him citrus .. n' 4* -,. ,.- *.- ',. esr.Bfl cnU-a, pound. 'w.'..foel ,that ,lt Is '

naval officials on the wharf and then, put Olio notice .will, be enforced. .' The beating and 111 'treatment Is to accept the ambassadorship : tot'.,v -., !. 8S.49 J( duty,, to comply.:''with ,this resolv

,. w *s the band aboard the ahtp played order Is as follows:: charged. The offenses are alleged to France, but Mr. tfltchoook-feels that Columbia' { I'; .t .'r T" *.303.'8 I but ir wo, desired '''.. eould .get

I !The Cta'f" Spangled.' Banner" -and "Office of tho 'Postmaster., General. have occurred on July 19- 21 and 24; ba Is entitled to' absolute rest and fy.I. t.1. ,,4,, ;,. /1.3'64'4d I I and I would not be surprised 1 IC
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., the bugle sounded ,another welcome, I Washington;. D. C. August 8, 1906.- Robert Gallagher the woods foreman must refuse the 'offer. DoSoto ..' ,. f" *. '.i ..ir ..f' 1,973,40 association when 'It meets .In-

they walked down the gangplank 'Order No. 1131. The.act mating .ap- 'of -the Jacks b- Lumber Company : r Uu'val .1. .. oJ''r4 ,,. (.ti, t*. 6,4X3,40 City; oa' thetl8d tnstaat.'did,not

,i, '.bo 'rcl the verse!. l/ropriatlons for the postal service was Indicted on' two 'counta of RAILROAD ADVANCES WAGES. EKCOmbla *,, ..- t, :> v. .. ':'* 8.4 70.2 4Franldin this'' lliolt-In fact, f: have"'no

I' Here had aksonibjod to meet them for the'lIacal ''e r'' ending June. '' SO. alleged I|peonage, and one for -con. ';. oI'",' ,, .. '..*, $23.7' but that the aasocUtlon Wilt do'.ao.

i Postmaster General ..and Mrs. CortelXfU -]1907.., provides: piracy41e W S.. ,.Harlan,, tho Pennsylvania System Wilt Pay Twleve t Gadaijon .': .4., .. .fi,.. :. '. "'I.GCT.la "I want..to Impress' upon'the -

e Amtiassp-dor Jusserand and Jirao.rTus6eranil f1 that the' postmaster general managerof"tha company.' was Indict' i lIIlon.' More 'to Employees... Hamilton" ... .4, .. f.- .. ./: J. 8I1) era to' hold' firm., "Any: 'grower

who carried a largo bunch ., shall require all railroads carry- ed on': two ec into of conspiracy) to" At a meeting of the board of dime- .llwrnando u, ,-',,4.' ,.0. "* ,449.YO is,-not 'a m 4nb ol,.+tbe" eaaocla

9 w ..jf flowers 'for Mrs. Roosevelt and I Ins the malls under contract ,to I ''commit peonage'., fcix of the ,m n. : tore of the Pennsylvania'' Railroad .; ;,.t -T 5,175.1. > fray join by,' eading'in; bis, 'ap(

fi b ,Jamea, n, Garftold, commissioner of comply with the terms of. 'said were held under ,bond for the trial 1 company held In Philadelphia, 'Wednesday -' Holmes :.' /C'.i- .'. '.. >.. ... 1.Nt,1' I acts> when his "cotton'.will bet, sold

orj>oraLlons,'Tbey remained with; then 'contract, [i.."fco 'time1 oC< arrival which Is, to ba commenced at once 1 aD Increase, of 10 per cent Jackson' .-. .'r. .,.'t '... i b. 4.3111,60 ,t. e.prlta: stirred :' associatio

preUdunt about fifteen minutes, until and departure ot said malls,* and'It and' six others Are. yet to bo- ..arrested. In the wages of all permanent .employees Jefferson '( .:)\ ,!",(." ; / ',it.tutlLDl.. 'ittatod that,the

; the order was given .to start Then ''shall be' US' duty .to Impose . .. of the company now receiving LaPayetW ,4'. ., "rl'11J..i"j ton,in. tlftj GaloosrllleJaeoUoa .Is ,

a United States flaoMwas rim up theo and' collect reasonable Ones for' less than $200 a month.was order* LaIL '.: sr 1"", .f'. r t out dnil'ihat cattlQ0nr been tu
vessel's gftff, tbe'gaaitplank was taken ''delay 'Y"'hct' t-uchi delay''' Is not LIKE'LV'TO CAUSE TFOUSLE. fd. The Increase will take* effect on Lee .4..t ,., dg +i ,: "0, x r' ;541..181' intoj;' tbe''ilcldnt. -

In, the ahlp loosed from her moorings caused'. by unavoidable accidents r .:-..... December 1. '1006 .And will apply toall Leon .a .' >,- -ii' s:, r: .r '3.431.60. .

1 '*nd the trip to Panama was begun. or conditions"fit / "* Oklahoma Citizens ThInk, .DhlgraC d lines "r. the Pennsylvania srcUrm,' .Levyi ., ... '.,'.. .,..:.i., J.. 1,196,00 I' "Thq wner ipp'th: ; arC"'ICa

As both Liberty r ., .-, ff ,... i'.. 6111'.$6 clff-r factory,la ] St. ,.Augustinea
g the vessel staaltcd/ "Pregldout" Is 'therefore' ordered, that every Negro Troop. May Prove Unruly. east art- west of PHUburg. .1. ? t ;
,? Roosevelt appeared on deck and railroadcompany .operating ,a route Itla S believed at' Fdrt Reno, ..Oklahoma The 6fCcIal announcement. the In' Madison ,a..,. pi ,.,,;./!., '.'J', ,%2.630.24 .r.la, changed'and Messrs: Garcia <
Manatee.s.\ .-.. ,* :.1,311.00 I Vega -of' Ji.w York, fonnor '
creaSe >'pacf
.vhoutcd a. goodbye to //crowd over which malls ,are carried shall, that ..the' four, companies nf says':' ' .
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Marlon . '
nirhlch' hl1d tislemble&' 'Ire': appeared d on the''regular affidavit covering; (aU. the .Twenty-Sixth Infantry.'Which The board lakes this action by rea- "ty\-.0 -* the late P."'K. Caroaba, .

to be 1upafltcularlytgood! : spirits _tires> to .fuliuil prompUy at, the :'endot were started for that .,Fr1da7 con .of" the Increased, cost; of living Monroe ,. tf.",!4 .J.'. !;' vi ,99C.8U proprietors,>pt'.tbof;>stabll bm rit
fS and rtmalneU': on'fle'cV 'unUI tit\' vet oach(quarter to the''respective'di .iilght, oma special train; are to take'the and the present 'general 'prosperityf ..Nassau"f.r" 'rf1':1' t yi 1.1CJJO, hey will personally manage;.It inflllur
Orcnje;, ,;: ,,,, 1. ,>.;',**M* ,. Upon, tbo ,,death, of'Mr.cai .
set '--was* out of sight .A* they skip yIIensuper utpndentrrlway mall place of negro members .ofvcom-' < the' country. In which ttiPennsylvanla" 1. ,, W,** *\ > ,
3t, or i passed tile dower end bf the navy"yard service i: show In"addition; to and soparatwfroTajBucb panics B.C and' D, of'the Twenty railroad shares and>which haa Osceola iS. 'I..vi.; ..;L,' .,", ".. *" > ,'**.$t, >a>several tweeknapt.the' firm
..' ., '.'&$ 9$
Pasco .. +. 4 1- *' ) ; lsolva .'''AbdM."William
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r ,.a parting presidential salute'of,,:, tweoj : mail, .train, failures. filU Infantry, recently ordered.dls- made It ponrlble for the company to tp .
Polk .. '. "if. ,2,644471'Putnam '' ,.
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ty-cne gims was fired.The'Louisiana'Will the .lun'.bor minutes.Ir.te of each missed by' President .Roueevelr. as a make'an 'Increased dlstrlbntlon to ,KMBhareholderff. ':
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,i' U.iV. ;*.' ,., .= ,1,512'48 charge'of ,tbQstneU.,1t his"beenoclddd
ba.coa oy dto arrival, (net time of arrival) of every result of the rlpums.. disturbances InBrownsvlllo ,, ? t
amid from the Isthmus Texas "On the lines "and St. Johns 4 w .f jtm'.t: i7' ,1.26.36 by.those ;Hnanclally .
by tho armorcrulaera train carrying mall which baa reached on August. 13. A Pensylvanta. east > ,
8t+ Lucia rf. ,;;.",,.oI., ly> , 4a11"0.0 te.telelt to:.sell hack, to'":.Messrs. '
6f "
ed Tennessee land WIn;- the terminus of said route; ''the telephone, message Uaturdsyi'from1'ort west ot PUtsburg e total 19J.45J \ <
Santa Rosa .* . ,1, 16,44 I '' .[ . '.
\' < '* ,.> ,f 411. r.ad Vega and the 'transferinteaeto'ivas'thue"
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ton: Aboard the Is' Reno Of ,these : the
] LoulManiy LJautennnt terminus of such trains run; or any developed the Information men are enoployedr ,; ,, on '944.63
Frank9lDvanawvtbo'wlhutilise IntermedliW p lD t ,designated -by the ;that the officers at' tie' postphere bad .Jlnea".easl theWagesof. ,, 125,4 men Bunter' "P', --4., '*- .t..iII% ,!.ti; ,,2.880.911Taylor i emtitumroatod.nrm.natne .
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the wireless telegraph with ,'pcatmafcter not' been advised ft the' of will .ba .nrtected, the total Increaseamounting SIJWm08It. "I" al'e'' d. : ;ofaaTrta/TeiT, ; and
apparatus general and of which 'the ,dispatch ; ( '
$!24iVoluisla ,
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which the,, ship 'is i qUipped, for'co. company shall have notice thirty'of tho. troops from San Antonio, although to $ f
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5'' 'til *!" Utebuetwssivcnlputt4 i under
munlcatlon 'with the white house at more rr.lcutes late as, many as' ten Infantry had been expectedto "The present 'rea4jue lleot. affect* a.l5r.Walton
$ Washington whenever 'the' president times during the' Quarter; the .extent > take \'the i ,;place ,of the "disbanded1 all the employees'',of the, lines east WakulU '> ",' :f"e: 1.; ..ta.WfIIbJnJt04 nune. Noir ,;.
desires $It. In this way the public wHI cause In detail and place of I negro troopers. No trouble''' had*' occurred of 'Plttat urg.. with the 'ex08p on: '0. : ;,!" '/. ",. ,4.f. .t' .v"' ,; G JioM.; .n; mayor ot j
H'1O ax. : tity-Of ,Ja-kaonvlUe for the past
be it said. 'about li.ooO."mRDy'olWhom "
accurately Informed of the movement each delay being given. was ,are not
I ', tdhus.. died ,, a few :guys ago.. attarllnelsof"plgbteen
'of the !ships. I. Later,it was- .stated by an i''officer'atFort'Rena permanent
Secretary .Loeb will This order supersedes that of Oo employees.- .
.' 'Totaln: .. .."' ,4\ j.1. ;I. .' mantluir Hea
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she to the press dispatches'from the lobeI'.2., 180& t that the Texts troops could' The 'action by the'board of.directors Tot 'amount _foi' :: ,:
apport4en.'t' Baffin Oor la and
,ot
':,' president, Wblcb. may be. received tromtime . <, V\V: B' m ALf HNBDROBai.AcUng be sent to'Ofclfchoma'as a precautionary ., will be, followed. by .similar action .' 1M1If; ",' '.''' ,. ..rbY 9ftgat{ N; , $, e'4
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t to' ' < '. 'uieasu're.: The 'negro" 'the, tie .,, IU, '$ the civil war laa lbe
tIme. .
'j Po.tmasterOeneral. troops .are on PArt ot boards 'fi fcorasantos :1fiY.oW.'ft'l'i ';I' t :.,...rticlanae'
The preald'out will spend four days ''Must ;'Make Connections' ; '; sobs to'be formally dismissed and'the !. operating Peneylvaak(11sei'? ,Je'fuII,-," .. "J"J.t.t'; ,. ;it.r.r'' .1\; '. $r. Itttlmu

on Pie Isthmus. He' will; arrive at Co-' A.;:'Is, well:. no.wn., the goverumeut citizens of FcJrt" Reno; where the threecotnpanloerare west,of BMN> .;., aerears ta tiM4 ''I'i'j.. ,,,',, ,. ,.Jj\'o." .,"'.. '.,_'... .. E;
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Ion Thursday November IE,, where la. now. paying the. Southern, railway ;! stationed fear trouble territory to .apply to mora titan: 00KM ,- . . J---- ,: ", '1., .' '_' : (

? na Is to be greeted' ..bo.rd.II1IP., by and connecUnc lines. an annual sub ,''Will.follow" The Texas troops 'come ( ) :employees and Involving: an Increased Claim Grants, Are,.V.N. .,, '. .\ :' '

I, President Amador of .&Dama. and tidy of ' .\,, for carrying the mall It I aal4. as a" matter of protectionto pay roll of between $3,500,000. Demurrer 'to, the-,btllot'complafatflied ,, .' ,Tea. ;Oon.ohdated toe Manufs
''Mrs., Amador Chairman' Shonts and on 'fast" schedule 'from New .York toNe 'the citizens 'Since their.arrival .t and $4,00000. ft -: ,
the Refrigerating"'and nailf.I.Dt
W'iener'Land"Companypgatust
t other officials. of,;the canal -commie- Orleans.. Ft. R no..whlrh"Is .two miles from El I "The Increase ofides uow.orda'red by &; Cij
TB ; of Pueta'0otda Wall sold I
\ 00 N. JBroward;; ]et''alrFe '' ; a,*
' ,., ion, A considerable portion of that Tho,;poxtmater: general' bolda /that Reno the negro .troops', have 'been applies to a. total,,of about IU.OOO tl'Ullte:ot' the,"Internal .Improvement ; days i ago!'at' the court howte IB
day will be tide, train Is Intended :to placed under; the strictest discipline men and Involves Inareased annual ,
speat at. La Booa and not only an : ud.AII.roo..r.
fund,,,was fled, a fewdaysa,! o cr4Ia'by : nieLl
l Ancon.' the train making a slow run carry 'the mail directly along the being ,subjected to a roll call every .outlay ,of''' about 12000000.. with the. clerk of tha,,.United t Stated I In, chanoary. .under' a' 'creditors'to
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two neurs. The formal order for the :. x
connections '
the IsthmusIn line but It Is for
across ( order to give aswtll .
1 court In JaeVsoBvllle .by Attorney B. -B. Cornell.of .Philadelphia.OO. .
discharge
S r an opportunity see the-sights and 'and l the department proposesto of' the'.411I1'Goed negroes MOODY FOR SUPREME BENCH'. ., General W. H; tills* tad' fonner'aov; $'j1' .". '.W. 'G.' Wells. _iof 'Nowas'
,make an examination of the work"At sec' to It tha ,these connections are was leaned,; st. Washington Friday '.Jennlnp. for the de towr bidder his' 'bidb00looi
The,, date of actual,, dismissal Is not W. S1 ,attorneys \ (;, ; : ;> ;. .
B AnneuncsVAppolntment' '
La, there Is to tba an inspection ..Wade.S President Clf
fendants. ,. : $ ;, The plant,, originally
known. -
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, 'of the'preaeat ..terminals the old :Tlie 'department proposes' 'to..ee. Attorney Oen.ral'to New Post. The. bill| isattacked,, on some forty $400,000 fad/,/:_,was1 /Incorporated
French canal.'andthe' ,, i Pan ama ralK to It that other lines.shall deliver The' prenl :'
road, following which there will be the mail promptly aid make thetr ONE_ .- KILLED- SCORE' INJURED-.- ',tbe appointment of Attorney.Qn- '' technical and of-little general pub. : Re elver.J'X..IWearlqen., ; In l

ti s trip, to 'nearby' Islands, 'where the connections as called;'for In their contracts .. I .enl. William Henry'Moody of" Massa-,, 'Uc( interesL: 'oro 'ofrthe'grounds of Preferred, 'creditor will"get ft!

i ra president- to be shown the ,propoa-. Or suffer the penalty. As. Result'ef Aocldent Passenger huseU as Justice of the .supreme demurrer. ;'however. and espoclally cent ''on j the dollar '''Tae ;hew
'pd actual ; of' The protest has become vigorous Tfain.on th. B. A. 0. Road.One'personwaa court -of .the United 8tata."to.1LOo : '
PacUjjend the canal. in so at those relating to the legislative. land : chaser.,. wlU'orcanlze;;acompany'I
) .'water and'1U'erpproachei.the that the'' dopattment finds Itself killed least one'prohabll'fatally ceed Justice Henry B. Brown 'who r
'deep : forced re grants,and,,the, powers ,vested ba the the plant /Jo operation.
to tab* stringent measures to rem\ injured, :eighteen others tired'sum. ''Um. ago, Mr.. Moody .baa trustees >of',the Internal'' Improvement I" '

h '4ROR' .CHURCH, 614't ENll1 NKr edy,the evU, and It proposes,to de'so.'Attention lesa'urtou.1T'trtJutec 'in4a! .; wreck filled the :office, of' attorney genierajisince fund 'by' tile :Act,.cf.,iMarcl. 4"'..T9, .b aloes villa ,:>.:'jiae.eoen 0*
the and
Baltimore dilo
1 + !.. 4r. .further "called,to ,th. en outh-Blancbe July 1, 1904.: Previous to that t Chapter J16T Laws',oft) Floridatarof'.uttuiiual ) : ,1 tragedy, ,last; '.Satur gy?, when
western road miles ot '
Methodist fact that the department will make slag .west 'he hod 'served for more lhaa '' ,
Board time
Episcopal Decides ',' tet''C -l / '' ,. Interest, Brlgham.t Jr, shot a nd > > .
,t 'tot palseJMii| ; :Meat; Y arS I '! .f 1I61tYr. ,1I118fo th u railroad companies ; eriy Eaturday1'Tho'train 'and, two''years' aecretal'1l.i f tho invy. 'The"gemurretays;, $trcw. on the *4 his.,'wife, ,as the alleged i ,bOll
wrecked NO. J
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Tbe board of church extension'of for each raoIJ "Ualn th4t reaches the was He had .( 'represented .his state In title,''to tbe lands.being'itrevocablyvested' : 'li(1' found ber"In.tho"eAne',' pates.
the Methodist Urmlnnc .of.,tie route; the terminus tho-caus-s, as given out aVthejofflbo9; the flfty-fourth/" 'flfth.:flftyUU .boose' withmail.
IBplaeopal. 'chUrt i; tho In tbd trustees of the interns! :the pear of :the,1! .
which convened, In' 8ytacus.. ./' of It*, run..or.,any,intermediate polut .of road general a defective euperlntandentpt rail. ;" the ,andMfty4eventh rcongresses/ 'improvement' fund, ,eta, and' 'tl4nioe .:*'_Th>load, 'entered'.the" i .

Friday.',decided''to "raise $1,000,000next designated'bjrtbe postmaster general '* The was engine and, hatggase; 'It .1 1s 'generally expected that MC- the valldttr 'of, .certain a
'; ,y *r.-pf': ; telf amount; $750,000. ,'thirty or mora minutes late as many postal safely bUt fava'' Moody,will retire front' the department ;btcb the ,oomplalridnt' company '&Brigham bad been'srtspectUiaiWith'
care 'passed the rail "
will be'vseT for bomb mission's work"swd .. .D times tll"a. .Quarter without sat. coaches wen wrecked' and. > of'Justice tte' '"tatter" pirt"',bf 'Dec % chime title. }'I .. ' IlItld 1\ty,tot "':"':tor'aeme

C<2EOOQDi' for! church 'xtensioa.f taractornexc lf.e, .; 'Sroiled'. : 1Ier., . 'Certaln.porUi'ns of the Florida laws' nnd'bad'beip't eaaeblatf !the' ball
'. down an'.embvnkmentAGENT. ,.,< \h '., : Itre! 'dect.red .coctrary ..totbe oconIUt1.cJ"n. 'stat* ''the' above': result;:: A large

A BUMPER. CoRN "VIEi.. I I". "?T..9ALONE It -" :., ..-? ( LICENSE" 'ALREADY' 'REVOKED.; / .''and'' "Xlother' irronnd<);;oif excited :crowd' igathereijl 'at' his

REPUBLICAN COUNTY EKPRE.SS is KILLED.= .' plore'than uimaT"'tntel'.ttGWlnc.to, but Brlebiun,,. ,manage*< '..toi 1 r stir

CroP.<.r 1906 Will,.Be- $In N.Ichborhoodp v\ j\I 1--T' v ,5i Mutual( Life 'I,''Insurance 'Company the" :claims and,,,coutter'-cliilms that DrtfcUam Is a .farmer.HvJaa. ; la '.the ,

a )' preliminary, Of.a.o 1MIIt'lefturms" )to.l'u." w Reveled, In ECctUnlR.tur-J Alabama' Throu h.Jletated-b ' Albert Wren Stabbed to' Deathly ear; d from .Kentucky, t hay,-been made during the dlscnsuloo skims" 4f- ,tae" tdWo.. ,. .,
T. ; of the 'dralaa"rei:amendment, that was
Malt ,
Contractor In Tampa PI., iWinston.: '
Ky attornoyirepresentl4r '
Friday t. '
v1" > cropjestlmatlPKi, board or-. depart. B latd7et.rnr' t.t'iWtnat4n. Albert B. "Wrenn,' assistant"agentor' tit. four voted, on ant set,up; :h ,aott+ner'i'1 r 1i. .
''mentr' pr agriculture' at '\ffiaablngton the Mutual .it.--' .
tne'smartest county In'Alabama'wwntrepublican ; the Southern Express whole 'd.,10; Tampa, ,a
nccordthi to.a buUetln' issued Saturday ,..every(; democratic ..canidltfate & Tampa -Flaattd brother company of B. W.at iu e',CompaD7, of 'TJ e.'rork. secared Another .indictment; charging, con ''the ,killings xoC:VA *t?...,W.,

;, show* lad prodacUon cf, corn laIBOa bctagIaefeat.d.JTJ>ls la;: the, Apt Wrcnttlormeijy passenger Ltrafflo from,, ,tile, Franklin. county 'circuitclerk" spiracy' to"''cowpilt peonage.was', reV turned a; venJUst, that tba,'
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td .bee\,0I1. ,'\b\shels( or county to go entirely repubUcan sincereconstruction''days. ,manager of"the ,ipla.nt system ,' was an' inJuKctloa.directed to State turned ,,by 'the 'United: States; grandjury came. 'to bti deathtat the bands of

'D ,average.ot..30.8 ,buah..to ,the '_ stabbed'to death.at- the Allan111.Co.st 'Insurance Commissioner-Pfeitt, ,; restraining . ,si Pcnsscola Monday,, against' \Ti, Day, Md' that'.the deed was I I[

nor. as cnmyarcd ,with an .aerag41 Line;: passenger at Uon In that elL,. the:commlulODer" from'ro1' W. 4!, Halan.'tmaaaerf of the''Jack- of, murder In,tie, flrst?degree; "q' ia.tJmberyoc
yield of '18.8; bushels estimated, lat 'A' .vrire In yowl; Lumber Company .of, Lookbart, ilfttP9gsq, UsUfted
w > .' Kansas'City; Friday niChe, by L' W- Day yoking tb. license of the company, !
,d90f1.rltt'. : '' United Ala:: Robert .OUaghe and ''Oscar foro the-fury of Jauiueat' 'and with''
v The fouivetorbrick bdldlsg'at 808 States 'mall route aub-oon tractor who to do business la.Kentucky.. *" : ,<
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Is estimated that about.40.4 per Sanders gmyloyesof 'ex ii ".of ,S.the .
West,, Sixth street occupied by tie handles malls between trains Commiislooer' Prewltt stated that .the company one, aptl }th.t ., .
cant of the corn crop of 1905 WM atin The the license ,as'"rerofced and ttohn Atwcll. 1& deputy aherlfl;; ( 'evidence .aa;"'decidedly ,
DtstUllna dispute arose Ia Thursdaynight
.Ha"etKlIIC company, was over ) pjac- '
In the,hUd"or the J'f&J1D./f KoMORC -. destroyed fats M/laltoa/ ;:conn ty.The. \Indictment ble'' to Day, the ;vtJnM di 1 Stoles
Kansas InC mall wagona'so to
3 m e ,1t, ,' . ''1' J'J'ftre'at. Cltr'plaWedDe as Interfere' cbarttss' practically I,(the,.same' offense wages driver/ Vr>i8;' stabbed CD
iOO OO- with'the etpreaa' % ,
;; $ ; business.; .
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J 1. I' ' ''as' of those retnrnedIPensacoU's Wrena to'death; If
previously
I c', I. !\': (.. one- ; ,
,n L DEMOCRATSIN'CONORES,4' '' UNDER '* i. TRENCH SPINNERS. . ON TOUR.; 'a'at .thn417n.''? ., '"
FED DIRECTIO1f "*- 0. I 'oou i :
: ,, .4 , . I I # : a1eTAMkls.l. attorneycapitaUai'
CURZON is MENTIONED. I* -. .. ." 'ftrtlna 'wWcb'''was.the
4 P.rtx ;p atn.dVJtirt7On.Repneest a. Qwitantl .gulatl4t". Will :e -'- '- 'x _, _;- 1C .) ". ", Arrive,' ._ ? : : n e YdAi'" 'aD,. '. t4
t (Irv'McntB'Wnery.rA'la' Study '1
y. ,'rT.htr.sdays TTV EI.otiel"[ii 1, fc */1> I.J .lr q irvI.4L st631orobla.' )r ,Ta"SttOcTeed During as'Brrtlelf Ambasaad ,. t -, n- ff warest akmitke'ial to coastla. manager" ''of. the'- National SMS* .
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F' From returns so far received from 'y ths- Cetten'Situation. again 'asscnung+ ebepeLathe'aw8ogppietl'
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(.ta Unit "J: ,
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( :.u..uertIoI1NI. ) hJJJp Jl lq..9t..J.t ,, tIle says : datruetbnby'tbe: g"IiII'J'beebrrIO _
;, A'"Wasbfagton' dispatch Lord }Cb ri:s. snsettp.cottoylsplnnor i ;; ( ; :' mt.g, the' WB '' .ua
-4'( Ing.la Tuesday's .election the figures 'quarantine, board" "of- ,'Mobile tiay'the ,P r ,former? viceroy (ors.Iadla, Ja 'I'I" ; S.'. Jta y:,_; a.' ieMBM .
tt# indicate;that;democrats '.have la9CI. fumlsi Uot tct,4'vsa ls u from' Infected mentioned,MpJomatl circles as a poe- of ,,! ,, f fLeon.CUrc.'and Clem: have.been,fioatod repaired,j' pksed'Uoommtosio *- if."york. and''" &. ...

/: *l congresrmen/and; have,lost onlyIfr \ ports ,will'.be 'under tbe''direction of aIM accessor to, Sir Henry Mortimer! K. P.. D.uai'pot4.n ;. .< and. eossv of tins. for. Ave'years the McKayTasnpa

':- ilii e.' !Mk'obtnofbd "'ftBrts)"i! w' the ;.Vnttea"8ales. '.'' .Tb.piytt.has 'Duran d.-,-
'.:,' tbe repyMloans 'wUIher.IN'Ioonm: ( be.n'bought In.for .l$.0oa. I the United d ,States,.whotjs to' give up ( ar..b.tasr1S5 ap a* ads yam* taat a' line of passenger

1'krass,,with', the democrats'. IlIOI'It'Mtac sub>.et:t'the ,.approval> *tba'Ai1 I 'bls/'post:and retlrf ;from the i\British la,.Momt o Ty; Ala; 'Bteniay. 'to. rttttsy I'' a&'i galde c6.. wkaeeer tfte la steamers would be put.'
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.. ,,,. .li. .:stecit'_ was' not unexpected .... ,..,..." ... ..".... .' .. .H...,',. !' f r .''t w ':-- .. ; ww4..,: 'R :
VF. Mzeftt.KVISBY \ Dr Babkrct and rendered .I. J
1 was present,; Grm' Iu. .I
A ;WIII lhitilbers'r; tiMlillidf., all the assUtanos that ban aid riM I :
"-: ; could offer, but the Master had called '' : 0'weepingeduct1oii
bch'W..k 0. I. C',' Repotted'by :. ?rt
'. PtJaLIBIIJm> : WUDAY.Officejn .Reported by and medical assistance. could only; i Of\\ i \)

Valley: Oactma Budding.xu&itntKK. .....4taltMN MA- f1MMFM- ...4 render his last'moments more peace ; ..+us..+te..+sthe+.l .eertre......
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; ful. The old gentleman was a* faithful Tlndafi
: :.osxaaoiA OGUHTTytA.. The omission of my last week's article member of the Me.irs. Berry and Jim who
Missionary
Baptist '
lack of time have been *p ndlnffi' the, pact monthhunting 1
: was not caused by / .
I thurch. He was burled In tbe Baptist :
disinclination or laxlnesabut'' being on the St. Jobn'i marsh, are ; :

_w. lit HARRIS' Editor as t Prop'r.. 1 under- tbs Impression that political evening cemetery. at 2 o'clock.at Whittier' .on Monday. now Idling the'* family' of,Mr" Geom.
Tison. <
t ," 'Iwill. pM .. MW,4Ii.... If .,*.,, items would cover all available space that O. Ii CS, Mr. D..A. Bass pent Monday In ", '1.I .
..... .... ..........\arb.. concluded not,to risk anything of Orlando on builnets. I \ '
aid the
night \
A6 ......'.Mpt; tram ...r mthav.a. waste basket d withheld my nommuntostlon. Modern Progress I si New York. M..I. E. Bat visited. his family +
.: :1-a .Kwut to.temd br tb; *.ulmf ...-. Office building stories high; oon her this week but hat returned againto FOR CASH ONLY;:. '
vM :- will,eat 1 IM ntuiMd !
: the _, .
tsintng'a prairie. ,
l The election pasted with all the thousand offices. Many _
with the r... & M. --;- Mr. D. A. Bat awoke Wednesday ti
painted
," w' .. P.--.. .,. ... quietude of s. church meeting with an morning with, a swollen face c"\I.ed by the entire stock ,of ?
block Stork
( =: r tl.--. unpopular preacher, but 29 of the un- Hotels covering a city con In order to reduce : I am now offering J'
the
t, SUBSCRIPTION RA7"Eeseovr.d. terri ed being present to celebrate the taming l I'OOm'j;,aubway-.travel 4Smiles mumps. and "Hats for Mentpurchased J ,
hour.This Mrs. Baulkolgbt\ Shoes for .Men Women And Children, ;,
_.- _...............,.. ,. ....... .noo occasion. The amendment known as an Mrr"nd spent ,
...-.. tM.A.. .. I.t I rejected Is modern progress.L. . Thursday very pleasantly In Etna from H M. the following cut rate prices: .
.E', _.u.- _u....-...-...... ......... ...... 16 drainage not a single was mourner unanimously being' present to & M. -PaiD", -i. modern progress Grove with friend and relatives.' Fla.nn.at ."'

I attend the funeral.:The unanimity with pilau Little ,Ladle Whldden has been Men's for..44.00$ Ladies' $5.6O Shoes for..,. .12.76
,Friday, November. 1900. which our people voted the thing down Buy oil fresh from the barrel and spending this week with her cousin, $5.00Shoes
t
y. I showed a proper appreciation of the semi-mixed.add It to the L.>A; M. Paint.' which is Dora Little Bass Ruby, and Bass attendingour, who has been school.out Men's .$4-.OO Shoes for.f4.l i; 5.00 Ladies' $3.00. Shoes_ for,a.. 2.2,84t.1 ,

+ Y" $ouUi Caro: Boa's Immigrants. 0.Bon.I. C's.A. K's name well had rendered by mistake advice.been 4 gallons L. & M. mixed .galloon of school on account of sickness, returned'this Men's $5.6O Shoes for..04". -26 \ Ladies' $2.50 Shoes for.. .:* 2.00 ,"

'The three or four hundred Immigrants left on the list of candidates and received ions Linseed Oil at CO cents a week.'. .
r Charleston cast Mr.Editor makes actual cost. of paint less than. Mr. Robert Johnston, brother, of In !
that arrived on every vote ; you 'see our teacher visited our school last Reduction In, Children's Shoes Proportion.
tl.20 per Gallon ,
--Sunday, direct from Europe mad avery it pays to advertise. t
(in afternoon.:
those If the slightest defect exists the Monday .
Impression Rattlesnakes t.bouQ'l.oC..ppareDoI
eltUen' favorable of that city whosaw them on and I ly during:e past have two weeks that If L. & M. Paint that baa been.used on We are missing Glide., Bass fromamongour This Stock of Shoes consists' of the Celebrated Florsheim, Brown /'. "

op committee of the Georgia Immigration they wished to den about Whittier that any house It will be repainted. fornothing -ranks this week.: Shoe Co' White. House, Star S Star, and Buster Brown Blue Ribbon's

I Association that went'' toCharleston the time had come; the first was found WANTED: by Chicago wholesale Shoes. .-" .
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Bold DT W. B. Haklnson & Co.
.t' from this 'ci" to see them on the Drawdy plantation and. promptly ,
mail bouse
and order assistant manager -
and for the purpose of becoming' acquainted '; dispatched with a fence rail, said K)..lmmee. (man or woman;, for this county We also offer a large stock of' the Celebrated JEFFERSON.. 4 I i ;:
with the handling of Immigrants rail being in the hands 'ot the Patriarch. Nov lC1th-3 mo.' and adjoining territorySalary 920 HATS for'Men at the following reduction: \...

at a port. at which there'are DO The second must have been in and expenses paid weekly; ''
1 1 Immigration accommodation The avbr of the drainage .amendment.. It. Always Cares. advanced.. Work:pleasant expensemoney ; posl $3.00 Jefferson Special at ;.-. ,..... .,..... *..'. .v.-.t t, .... >.. '," .$2.25 .

, Imm\4rr..n\ ,* oo.I.t.tllll of Belgians. was found In Mr.Joe Tumblln's stable lion permanent. No inveaunentojrexperinoe : . ...... 1.78-
'Swedes, German. Pole* and people of on election morning prepared' to disable To cure"dl.ea.e a remedy must. required. Spare time\ valuable.Wrlteatonoefor $2.50 Jefferson: High Grade, at.,.! .. ,..,.v.,1,, 4j .
other nationalities were re* that gentleman from appearingat meet the requirements: of the general '
two
one or full particulars and eD' Others at Sweeping' Reduction.
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jrarded- as being very 'satisfactory. the polls; tlie rifle was brought Into system Haggard's Specific Tabletsdo closeBelf-adressed envelope. Address. the same .. .
from,every point of view. user however, and his snakeshlp was this and cure Indigestion kidney Constipation GENERAL MANAGER 134B.-Lske This ''Stock F!.,
Nervous :
Debility
collected and forwarded harmless condition." ,
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They-were soon pl&C8ClID! St, Chicago. 20-18U
by.' South Carolina's itnmurfatlon Nine rattles and a button were. found and Bladder troubles Lost. Vitality, the'above {goods

agent. There seems to be Doro-to for on his small end. and all kindered diseases, by, build. OOOOOooOOGOOoOOOOOGTHE
doubt that be 1* meeting with success Citizen Arch was early at the voting log up the entire system. The various
in his. effort, aid that agents of the pace! .and then went to Turkey Hammock structures braced up ..ndree forced'' '
right\ kind from this and other South 'after a load of goods. by those tablets and the organs ...reeJlcit.ed '
Atlantic St.a.teIwould have no difficulty Our'old friend H.' W. Simmons appeared : to healthy functional action.
persuadloir' people la various paru at Whittler Tuesday morning Send for book oft particulars and
: their by armed with 'a box and wonderful cures. Price per box Me. Park HotelJ
,+i of Europe to migrate to respective daylight j .
state In as.large number as was ; ammunition for the days work much to If your druggist cannot supply you, -
desired. ' the relief of many of our neoole who they will be milled, upon receipt of
The SouthCarollnilmrnI rantdwereCandledat were fea..i jrIbat. they would have to price prepaid. Address Haggard .

Charleston with judgment' prepare 1'1 i"'baot}] !. box 'of their: own to. Specific. i Co.,,.Atlanta Georgia.. :Ll WHISKIES"J;
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t and to the satisfaction of everybody. vote in. .' .i ;
', Thewere; properly cared for on their i The Whittier courier has discontinued Loves His Work. .; M.' GARDNER

arrival and promptly .forwarded to its publication. for the present. Pro. p r Ie fo r....... "
4' tbr/li* respective destinations In the In The Valley Gazette 'with Its columns ''n.nat M..Busier, of Romney," ,. ,
-- tei-tor. They are to be' employed In teeming with choice news creates a desire who for the past fhe years 'has been AlLL '
'ootton mills, and as It Is probable In the minds of our people to give the missionary' of the American Sunday
1 J thM they understood before leaving ye worthy editor their undivided sup School Union In West. Virginia,
I \belt native homes' the 'employment port. ' was' In town Friday night on his :way' This 'Popular Hostelryhas
C that would be offered them and the Or"olle..re coloring rapidly but. to Bayard to at.t.eDdJ.be Sunday school
,,...jo they would receive they will the present prices are not sufficiently convention held there Saturday.' recently been remodeled

'Vive atUfacuon and will be satisfied. enticing to cause the Patriarch to dls- During the time Mr. Busier... been and renovated \.
In that ease they will be quickly followed pose.of the product of his fine groveso In this work he b.... brought about ; .
by other without any effort. on I suppose will b..et.bem preserves 4,000 children Into the Sunday schools I and is prepared to give

+1 the part of South Carolina Immigration and other purposes. he has organized, and distributed ,, .
p CommUiioner, because those whore Mr. El. Bass has completed his residence nearly 2,000 Bibles .and.Testaments. its patrons better ,service
here will write .t0, 'their friend In on London Terrace, and has the A large! number of these Bibles were
their native town, and, io that way, honor of having the best furnished placed in homes where there bad never than ever.: ( Imported and Domestic Wines J>orts, Sherries,' '
""'" pretty steady stream ot Immigrant house in Wbittler. . been a Bible: before. ,', -. ,
t will. be turned la this direction., Mr. Hines has been with us on a Recently Mr. Busier was' offered' a Angelica. Clarets Sauterne, Shine Winds! '
It I* the wiser plan to have those business trip during the past week delivering position In the faculty of Befrea.'College I Tables supplied 'with the .., .
'who propose to come to this section of some very handsome biblesorpll In Kentucky, but be declined the and, Domestic Brandies
Imported Gins
Rum
the South understand what await work sold by ,an. agent sometime offer' preferring to remain in the Sunday best the market affords ,
them, and the conditions that prevailIn sloes.This school work though the salaryIn '
this and, other South Atlantic precinct baa 'not a single color the position offered would, have and rooms are (well fur .t' and Scotch Whiskies. '
state lUbe are wanted to pick ed man In it, nor married ones either been. much larger. Mr. Busier is In ; ;

cotton,'build railroads; work on turpentine for that m."""' . love.with ills work and has succeededIn 'nlshed'aRt! cleanly. .,. . ir
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\ In' mill' mine effusion is ; ,
farm of or1 The following supposedto It. ,
'Uieyahould.be *o Informed.. Otherwise be the song of ..one. .of Whlttler's. The above I. clipped from the Key-- ...,..... ..n. :' '. .
both employer and Immigrant young/ beaux; ser, (W. Va. ) Echo of October 5th. : -'i :;;t. ;:
will be dissatisfied. and the Immlgra* Little, brown how I love thee Mr. Busier has lust been transferredto I. THE FAMOUSTHE ;. .
I lion movement will cease more quick mug this State where be will continuehis RATES REASONABLE ..
These details You and me. you and me; .... .. .
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My, than It was begun' are Sund.cbool work.He will - --- 7-
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; however, to which Mr. F. M. Tlslyou that makes myheart; go pat have his headquarters ah A von Park I. ,Cream of
And brush the dust from Sunday Kentucky
Oliver, the president oft{ the Georgia.Immigration ; 'nary' and will be glad to go into the neigh
Association, and otheroloers hat, where'schools should be' Cnrstalrs
7'.b 101"8und. school borhood organized Bye
Block
Black One From
will ea : : Depot ,
of the association, no and helo organize 'been M "
doubt' 'give :'careful 'attention. Mr. And feel lust.. like a love struck belleBurns : fool' Those who are interested should not Echo Spring Bye
but
Oliver ha been the life of the lmm- Oblm'de. you're a .
hesitate to write him
Kissimmee.KJOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO'
this my heart as If In h- Broadway Lebanon Club. Bourbon'I.
rratloo movement so far as state
_ ..n.1* coDmi>ned, "continue to give it a .good deal of bit From your Just -,
'B DW s '
aMsetoa: Then we'll hie to good Bro. Guy '. I KlSSIMMEK.: FLA. ; l I ;'Old arrest Corn < "

W* may: ............" aBpsut thatbmmigrattta And see how strong a knot he'll tie 'De..r.8Irl; Borne people get dl-, "" "\ . '.,.

otfcer South will Atlantleatateethrough....w_ to Georgiaand Eat- water swamp cabbage' ",lId ILL: drink. ::the appointed to painting; ltdoesn't. come I OPERA :HOUSE ,,! '. ",' " "......'" ,. ..., :M < .- I 'I ..

Here he's amrhti out as they thnught4tjrouldC. .
dad 'daughter.
comes
>Savannah la the near future and. If ; B. Edwards, of Edwards, & '
4 > the Immigration movement1 is. wisely i Broughton. printers Raleigh.N..> C. 'SKATING CHASE'S BARLEY MALT? "t :

directed we shall In course of a very i Our democratic rbooter is crowing' tainted his house Devoe three years KING{ << OFBOTTLED ; \ "'i\\
few year* hate a*'many.ImmturanU a* vigorously over the resent victory on ago; he bad used 30 gallons paste : 'WednesdaysFridays Dlstlllcd.cspecl "'fprmedicinal
1* ..ire4.- _ the 6t.bj; he thinks. now that the county paint before and bought 30 gallons I Mondays. .... ;t' 'I'
% ,As to wh.qeffecttbe movement will commissioners should orderhls swamp Devoe. lied 10 left I use, -'.

,,, ')have on the race problem' no one ts in refilled with water tadpoles, minnows, Paste,, paint Js extrathlckfwtthwhitewash. I and ,/Sat rdays. BEERUS" h
-' position to say.: It 1* question etc. . .- .*' 6 .
bout which there be speculation 'The mscbin&Mhen last heard W ft.ernOOd".3. to ,
may road Mayor W; Carroll Montlcello,
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Erenlnp... .. .... . .1:30 to 10Saturday '
bat concerning x-whlch there' can ,bei from somewhere about 'Baallll '" said It '
wps [ Florida, ssrs; .My. painter 'CANADA MALT
Mornlngrs, ,,9 to U : :
tried definite; The Immigrant mcst supposed to .be lost. A reward of one would take .gallons-: .- to p..inm, '
tI .be a* a farmer, and la the cotton cent Is offered for its reoorery.Cauls' house; It took 20 gallons l/evoe, : .
'Held; and In ,other-way before 'there' appear to be holding their His bouse Is the best paint Job in town NEXT ATTRACTION. ;: PER "U O/ and other brands ofWhiskey ,t ,
will be .sufficient faoB on which- to own and the fears that there would bea and he say's Devoe is the whitest write '. .: DO/EH too .

base race problem'OpIDioll..S..-,, fearful mortality among tnem duringthe of all white paints. t r I numerous ,I, :

....., ., vannah' Morning'' .News: ,'approaching winter Is rapidly Jones& Pqdgers, bought 8, gallons to mention. '
l V llIbatd .DW. \.tGrant Devoe prime Mr, Prut's 'house at -, .' : 1

t nt State rtlr.wd Bass killed'a fine buck' l last Merkel; Texas, It painted two coats. .' "" .
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.' -.:The' State Jfalr" which opened Inv week and Lee/'not.to be out.doDet. ran The reason for nobody guessing aooooooooooooooooooooooor + M
''Tampa.Wedoesdav promise to be lo down a fine .gobbler,1 ..Dd.secured little enough Dears is: they learnedin . .. "
,, both a buck and doe for his bad school other ' THE Ii.. '\, Bond I
%> point of exhibit*..,the largest, by far "a ; paints.. :-- 'J WhiskeyBottled in
yet bold part. of the bunting season. The for Yours truly '. :

Mont counties have< talced,' space mer young gent accompanied by his ,f F,',:,. DEv m':& Co. Kissimmee Drug Co. k .t "nl\ '
chum, Lewis Durham hasgonefoo Nantwossee
that before.' there ..re I .
and
ever more
,.,,4: > *, .Individual exhibitor applying for to. aid,in gathering.orange' Always Was) Sick.: 'Bass's Ale .- Guiimess's Stout

,, ,eommpdate.space than the; management. can' .-: crop Our school is progressing. finely, the When a man'savs he always was 'WHAT' 'WE DO FOPf YOU.. \' ,

The editor of thsVaUey Gazette attended -;, Doctor,.Notary Public Professor and sick-troubled with aoough( that lasted LOWEST: PRICES' BY THE GALLON aR1
all-around would
the and useful citizen is MOl all wlnier-rwbat you thinkif
opening banquet on CODduct.lnl'l '
,' found the senior department to be should say-he never' was ,'sick from' 2.00 .
that thattime
Wednesday at We carry the largest and' : t up
tion of the III Ballard'a Horehound
patrons and Miss Carrie since using
the work of retting .
inahapehadonly fairly began but CORN: ; up
bolor..do f! ,
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; I J.-C. Clark. Denver 1
y, there was an army of men %nd ladle I I. ; ....
The Drawdj'1'et.\lr0e4 from' Gardner I write "For :years I was troubled with
hard., work 'in firoxxx
too; arranging the hundred every of deRartmass car- Friday night -after. a successful a sever cough "b.."'wOllld last me all 'We carry ,none but" .the ... .O-ZtT' : T'' .: :. a.OO up

.load of exhibit-that were already on horse raid, bringing In about twentyas winter. This cough. left me In 'a .freshest and purest of drugsat ALL 'OTHER IN '
i AND :LIQUORS PROPORTION
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Ballard's
the ground and fine horses as our dtl&en. have miserable condition. tried all times.
more arriving .
by
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. .aoh train., f, seen in some time constituting drove Horehound Syrup: and have not bad a H -
sit Ills expected, lit" ba"e.everything of their own raising which proves that.! sick day since. That's what. it did for i Your prescriptions are filled .
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'practically arranged by,' tomorrow our people can have a stock of their me.. 'Bold. by ,Robersons. Pharmacy.Be I by a Graduate in ,Pharmacy
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sight\ and that next week: will see, the own at home without purchasing from I five '
l besides years'actual ex-
largest crowd In Tampa that thai:city abroad if they will .onl,, make the Chant tbie.. . ' H W. METOALF Co:
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proper effort. 'The horses were fat 1 'parlance. < .
;ewer entertained well ,
? .To your horses aa as self.. ,
and full of life., your
They contemplate 'I
__ The .Wednesday evening I Dbesn't'
banque something
You need sufferfrom of this mean -
\ not pain ;
them
driving to the Su Jdbos river
tendered by the Fair'. 'Asaoclatlon.to ORANGE .A".VE. ORLANDO 'FLA
::iwrse need suffer'
the and for winter ranging. any sort-tour horses not ? ,, ,
legislators
governor, mem "
... hen of the State Free in. Bro. Guy returned to Whittler and Tryabottled Ballard's Snow Lini ..
tecoI'Oh.ionj' : We'ca.nj sufficient help tqr '
v .. delivered bisregularNovemberoours. ment. It: cure. 'all pains. J. M.
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of their valiant ... .ioe. JUG"TRADE :
SPECIALTY
of sermon : Oboe more ws have the Roberts parkersfleld, 110 writes: deliver your packages within / i. A
for the success of the Vain, The' banquet
L.. ., '. .. .. . .
Jubilee "I; have Liniment for ten .( .'
season-Bro.Ouy to bewlt.h u.&oot.b..r : few moments after the .-
u.edIOu. ;
was largely auended....aod wa.F ,a; a pur- .
year and the drainage amecdmeni years De the best'Ihaveever ,, . . .
function I 'chase. idle ,
**?* enjoyable ; detested. our political and relig used for man 'or beast ", Sold Thisis -not < ,

: ious cup Is full to. overflowing, and by.Robersons Pharmacy.At4egtioq ." .. boasting butwe,: Want ,.your A .ash.- -ieh- ec fkasciecrhlk.illc
at4s
t : : /: '" "-'-. -."-- -"' -J business'ajnd.} ,know
tc tat State with a school-both week day and Sun. ; we. 'we | NORTH
; ..e the". '' 'Betd.y. dU,In.... progressive condition we .Alfred IversM Camp rio.' :'can leaf! &. '' .KISSIMMEE.I : : PHONE: NO.C. a.. ..
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School Contentions U to meet I.. sunk thereis blessings enough' for .I ; iWf
.. Jacksonville.. 'M... f tbe.present year to put off the railroad t 433, P. C. V ; .. A

.' chat dty Is < In' I bot.H lU07. .The Rev. gentleman select- The General: commanding 'has ordered ,
mrraacementa \ and.Iu.OLagl'' I d his Sat nrday morning's. ,text from that the Thirty-fifth Brigade U. WGRIFFIN.: : t
.JemllsA:,' ;; / .. ; .1 the 17th chapter of the gospel accord C. W meet. the court. boose at Kissimmee Drug Co. .
for .large '... bur to 8U John and the . . .. .. .. ?
23d
ar' verse aDd Tampa, Florida', .., 10 a. m.. November .. ,' ", "... ''; :r h, ..... .. .
.., ...' of delegate' from. all part of theFactor for three-quarters of an ''hour'treated 22. 1900.', You are therefore com ,/'108911ettEE.ltt.A. -' .t' --
: *, ; ;'superintendents, the congregation to one of the ablest manded to meet at the 'Atlantic Coast ." ,

't,;...Hni''and Sunday'School 'worker* and !most affecting sermonsthe. ./, ,,writer. Ltn.,naUrol.d .;-passenger depot '..

j' jjaaerally l .are invited to ..attend. Each has The ever old heard veteran" <: )>urban" _' Hancock- v Mud KUtlmmee.day ol'No.ember.1906.City'at J;30 a.-mu-pn the .'. ... . .. ,..: 1.-,.. ,. I :,Faicy latoilyj"GrooeriesFreshIeats$ .t : : : ; ; cV'f
: prepared
',4 aiceseal.lgata.Amongskera'wlU > '' :AONBW .. . . ,
: VANS
,after lingering for several.years ... to go to Tampa. .The General com P AY ,, <<.' .
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\ Seoretsrydr.-, :MarUi i.l(3Tv.; .U.*rt*a fpm Brlgbts" die**** of l... mandingrequests' that as many"* can > MMlV -' >, '" ,, ';'. . "
,. ID..Joo.l 7eagp.rsT'rsfrtiIGNadst .j!kUtaM* passed to fits Anal reward '.P appear.In uniform,, >Byordsrof \,; ATTORM.r.! 'it ';" .-t'Jo :;' ; Y" at'iAnyg .
lane'YI: O, tI'saies.. ,atteday evening*A about on* o'Ilopt. ;l' : II,"'A.! BAJtNUfl. |'Alt NOTA" t1."Je'.''',: 'I ::. [DeUv r] Ery Day JHour. 'Patrpnfc.re',Sollcitad; ,, *t :'
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I ';:f':MY n "TteKtuhMicc; -r vaifeu OaztttfTU.SH 'Maw shape !. backcomb. .. . .. Kau't'a 'Go a. Hi* Waters :A Carson Oi,.uaw. y, A It It's ,....at', The Alellnl Tferak'. Ofrcitef for

Co../or: our seed vas,: :
I .:.f. .. Family i.o..for-.l..i'b.pID. ;r .'Tallsiaassea. Fla.:, Nov., 10.'''l'"M.. rigq' .re1KaThursday Sit MI
. HOMa NO., .. .t by Jo. P. Huabey. I*, %\1t. Jane O'Berry (i arrived 'born* :'lasj To UM Governor Tallahassee.. .
B has sold, night from the Homes. d country ol. 'Sir:-I have 'time honor ''to.report Ute 2BUt of Novenber, is Weekly Newsletter by OortsfMr. ; "
bis
..:. ko rUBLIHHBD. HTBKY rJUDAY4T" : dwelling'COIL; ,:lo W.North'Aderhold Klsslmuee'> to. .Mr. the, Kast Coast to. 'visit. his pareD., .. that on Oot. 17th, JIOO,' 1 concluded an Thanksgiving. Day It Is to be a day .w
-, xmliutton. of UM office pf tbeooanty of thanksgiving, to '
', prats our
.W.. .. H A".ie. Smith his of EIIevUk'Ga., who will, Miss Sallle Ovrstreet left Mopdsy of Oeoeola,.to-wit:. '"'Clerk.. of the Cir Father for jibe mazy bteeslngs; we have H. B.: Brown bee been
move !fatally her In aabort., UBD*. for Ortedo. to speed a ek+ pie ad wash ,
malt" OMrt. TsxColleewr lag plants'tht. week.
7 Sheriff, received, aad ofjorarer, for the, oon- egg
d' Official. t*asjihsa-i"' Fresh 'O
r ....U.. 3srssa.+ea.-wane .."11& avid at all hours by G, A. Gilbert., Now Is the time to, save,-money) ,1 b| . County Judge and .Boa;,; tb. people ofilorlda wttt nss* In their the canal to a place near Mr E. Z;.
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TBOUDAt.... .. '....IMk.twit, \ Dr. JVC. Moor.tbe, ''popular' precrlptlon buying your dry'' goods, shoe And of following County result.Clerk Commissioner. ,, with', the. churches and lathelr home to worshipand Brown'. Miss bums saw mill.Bowman .
,r th1 Osoeola Phar notion at cost from W. H. Su H., s thank: God for 01masy' ereleebestowed accompanied
clerk at
KtiniJu-' The of the Court ha on handor on ,, us through ,t.be..year, her sister Miss Mayme sod 14*
.. Mln mtc,, was called to Welborn. Fla., c..me'la N ha* ajoounted for ..ll.T.. Certificate ) and Roberts wed to Klsslmme ,
Of the week by aelegram Miss William from ar- to pray. that H* may move us by ;
---- She early part, the serious ooosse Monday and went up to OrLando with which he wa properly His spirit. te receive and to use these.. Mss Carrie tttoka. one 01 Plesr :

Friday. .......... n" Illness of hts announcing mother. to.spend,a week with _frlend charged; a* ; County Auditor he iskeeping bless. Gag* 1'O..a1a. gtary.f\ Otoo..'. charming younk ladles atl4-'f'
estardaq.. ........... 61 accounts with. theN.county As Is '': to Mr. Claad* Thus spant last Sunday
Sunday.MoaHtr........... .1' Nice line of picture' moulding and II Come and Inspect ,our fall goods.. officers required by law to be kept by our yearly omtoso., we coose here yINlptg'fr"' '. ".
.......... 7TI' eo sswedesdey. mats, lust arrived., J., W,.TbomusooaColonehd before buying else where. him and upon the whole has the everywhere JOu.aala..Dd In the ask State this whether tike people ..'Mr.lCddle' : Roberts spent the day

uadar..aa.,..... 81 : .... 4eDce CASH. BARGAIN STOBK. ; affair. of bis office In good shape.', meet at homes or at, chorea You ......7 with his parent, Mr. and Mrs. r'
your
or
: 1'Io1IN4a........ 1 .411. W Aclerholc1 I 'Tbe'Steamer Ullle brought up on The Collector bas collected and whsrever/you be,' will semi the J, M.yRob.r.e"' Mr. Eddie, was as-,
sold this
North KUslmmea '
In may
: was hun4..dbou. turned over to the State' and County oompanled hisfriend .II ,'. Jim "
her last. week's trip fifteen riorldi Thank by .
J-1 Baptist
Jr. Orphanage
M. Willsoa a
week '
: W.L.VAN tUZQB, V..M. thrueb the'Jt I of and grapefruit front Treasurers all public money on tax Offering.- Davis .
I orange .
agency toMr8, L.. Smith Mr. .' roll for the years 1904 and 19 05, and ; Mr.'Clint Bass-sod Mr. Aldermatt
the ,
\ Our rate for Insertion' 'of alvertlsemeot Smith moved his family town Wednesday river frroves. ever the/: stand balanced, ,a* does. his It U the laudable custom( of 'many: I both have a new bruuc eblmney.Mr .'.
I ,:". >IJ among the reading matter on and |s now ,occupying the The largest line of furniture license account to send gifts Lobe poor on thtt day.- J. M. Lee t II spending.this ;weok
this* page 1* ten cents per line each insertion property. offered in Klatlmmee jrt,, price, that The record in the office of Countv'Judge lease remember* orphans *t on his. ranch. ' . . ,
, '. '. defT.oompetltloo., . *- : Arcadia, and vend to me an ti offering ..
*; "Get :your: school theKlsslmmee sad Superintendent of Public Mr. E. J..Brown; wail* to i Klslmmeelast
Drug Co. 'Pflle..t. of tablets S ;..C.-O. i&FdireCo.Mayor .: IDaloruCt.loapeaLI,, and systematically to belp'on .your' great 'work 'at'; ,this ; Monday.. : ;,' '
I Vr. kept. ,>laoe. . Mr 'and ,her 'daughio'Birdie
I slates, pencils, pens, etc."ThO J, Aderhold. having cold I' Drlgger* .
While jou&r. oonildertng this .
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The .
Sheriff has
promptly'reported went to KlMlassaee .
\ kissimmee -Saturday.Mrs.
fj \ first frost of the season occurred ils residence in North bat and p.ldlnLo the County Treasury all important matter,.pleas bear In mind i ..Aldsrman has been visiting bee
.
jJ.. rented the residence of 8. D.,P. Co.* ... .
Tueday night, which) nipped potato fund t.bawea. sorely in need of another
that came) into his band as son, Mrs Ed Alderman.
:; T"E'LOCAL REID. ...IDee. eggplantand other tendervegetation. en. and moved his family there. sheriff. 'building, the lower story for a schoolroom >>1

The government themmometer H...- R. L. IWbert., who'1*' employed The Board of County Commissioners ..ndt.b., upper story as a. dormitory iferHI. MYg
. registered 33 degree and it on the pile driver No. f, of the A. C.L. have discharged ,their duties and inhe for the boys, This, buildingwill r t '' N,
,-..-- I. said thin Ice formed In some places. came down from Sanford and spent \ matter of compsnsation for cost about six thousand dollaerBy We'hive: Lust reeetved a _lMd'of ,

'., toe Tuner; Orlando. tf Another lot of Peter Pan, collars, he day.Sunday bare with hU family. services rendered have kept within the. a liberal thank offering you can well broken young .mules which.twas
for
Wade bounds of the Statute. help ua to do. all we can these direct ,ami
purchased from UM farms
tie and purse at Kau' The City Dakiriu', agent for the children. ?, ,
lobby line of neckwear at D. II.. 23rd-being : best lithe :\: 'beTreasuerhaspromptly charged which we are' offerlagfor sal cheap.
White Star Lenndry-tho'
Friday Nov. Education himself with an public money thatcame Send amount. to m* as below We also have a' airload of good'servicable
j
"' New line of mouldings at Fountain's. Dam at the State Fair, the School State. Into his hand and had on hand '' Sincerely general purpose t horses,
,. Do..rd. .. ILl mee ID Tu.I.Ja1. declared Col. R. H. Seymour1' came, down on October 1st, 1900,. .5,202.3i: dlstrlbutsxl B.. 'M BKAN: SupVArcadia which wilt be old at very tow price
IB* WhltestarLeundrCrTUBAmY., : a hoi id ay on that day for all the from Jacksonville Sunday, where he a* follow:, Fla. If in need of a horse, or, male ,It will '

All kinds of 'picture. moulding' ...tThomp.on' school In the county. Teacher bad been called on legal business, Road Fund....... . 00, . .....93,992.49 '. par you to' see ours.befor buying., y
attending the fair on that day will be and spent. Sunday and Monday. with General Revenue Fund.56.78 Our fall stock now' arriving, :yourinspection ,Bunny, South Stables '
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allowed full pay as though. they hadaugbt. his parent Fine & Forfeiture Fund . .. 389.45 { invited. '. Katz*..' L..B.'I.NGaAIII.> Mir::"
Have you seen the Roosevelt talcti - General School) Fllod.:;,..,.... .13.78 a .
Phone your want; :do the
we, run
k at MalclnBon ; .Does your eye Itch or'1" ; smart? Do Sub-school) district Funds.*> 433.34: a '
have the orIn nlng State Aid School Funds. .... 316.60 WE1IAYE JUST : .
All kind of picture framed to order you pain over eye .K1aslJODC& DHUQ.COMPANY,. RECEIVEDA', SOUR CARLOAD CWCESTER :
Thompson's., ... : he .back of the.head? Doe lobe print ., : .
blur and run together when you read Exra J. Stewart, of ttie Shaker. com *5,202.34
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__Large stock'of all 'the. latest millinery by lamplight- 1* your eyesight mualtr Ahton> leave Klssimme All of which 1* respectfully subrmltted.

h at Mr.,, J. L. Overslrert's.Mrs. . getting dim from anycauBe.Dr.,. Dodge this morning for Fort Myers on a visit W. B., SADDLER'

. W J. Waring' came 'up from can: cure ..U. those symptoms And to the Koresnan community located" Assistant State Auditor. .

.r'.l t Carters Monday to: visit her parents.Dr. to furnish restore you your with falling the proper eyesight.1'lsse. Estero In Lee county, Winter pineapple being \ naturally 1: : t $

.. Hick and Capt.. Woodwardwent Remember I am closing out m.t.ock sour, this U to advice panic who buy
t" down to' Bartow yesterday .after- Web..e.. can load of wagons. that of dry. good' at actual cost t.bemb.t.. If they wllj take the trouble &
noon. we are offering cheap. W. H. SMITH to grind them up on their meat grinder

1&> Arrived yesterday! nice line of 'Peter 8: C. O'U.rdwa..CO.:' Rev. Father. For, of Orlando, will they canbaweetened and mad just rr __ ::
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. r;" Pan.Collars, Tie. & Plaid. Bell at. Mr. W. R. Carter, of Bartow'ownerof come to Klssimmee this afternoon and a* delicious as.the summer plnesJ ;
'. Kau' extensive rock: pit at that place will say Mass) at seven o'clock; tomorrow E. B. OUXJCTTK,
here Monday to meet with the morning la the Chapel.. the fos Shaker Colony.. Loaded Shellsand
; ''Overtreet's line not was r
; See Mr. J. L. -
County Commlisloners, whom he sold horn ofMn.. A Tress,
beforepurcbasleg ', For SaleA
New Millinery jour
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of rock for road building
1(,' winter,hat. ' 200 carload Mr. Jno. E. Eonls, of Narooossee,
fNlnel purpose This rock ha proved verylatlsfactory pent Monday In town 011. bulne home In North Klislmmee, two >
five oases of our fall stock ofShoes road material, and 1* He report) tbe Sunshine Home In floe tpry seven room house consisting-\ of CartridEes-

', have arrived. and are red1'fol, .!' being extensively. used all .over. South shape and say he ha application four bed rooms, one sitting room \
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inspection. ,? $T A roBD. Florida. for about all the patient be can accommodate dining room and kitchen, wlUa double 1 -

.... Born at Bump r.' 8.: C.- on' November _Fresh stock garden and flower'seed this winter, come. of whom front veranda, with two bed rooms) on .
10th,,to Mr..and Mr*.. Geo.'M.. at,the KUslmmee. Drug' Co. Qsv.| already arrived. first floor, fully equipped with electric acdare prepared to fill order at prices that. will be &,our ......;....U> .taf h

1 Dunne .a.daughter. Try the new''' barber hop. Everything lights throughout.Including verandas. before ord.ringelsewhere., We can seryeyou better thaa Tampa
line .
f Fall good.-our just arriving. .. orJack.O ,mei State your needs and w..ml'l..7011111e....... Goods
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and .
Get resdyfor:: .next Monde:: Calland X t.a .. new up-to-date. Sharp Lawn-shaded _Ifob.o..b., and : '
clean lowel- first-ola seven early for Immediate future delivery.Try. .u* and see'foftyowseTvasVvestlgate
see our school supplies. W. B. razors ser .. .
large cabbage palms of natural
Prof. R.- M. Evan returned home -
Maklnson Co. from Tampa Thursday where be bad vice. growth flowing artesian well. 'Three 'YOU'NEVER KNOW-WHAT YoU'MIBB( .NOT AS KINO' :POR. ITWI'

Mr*. W J. Dale, of Miami, leftyes- been since Monday getting the Osoeola Eugene Bryan came home from acre of l'I'Oe..11 under' one fence. :
terday for Tampa, after a short visit High School exhibit In shape for the Gainesville where he is attending Tbe grove consists of three hundred ,
with relatives here.. opening of the State Fair. Th. High the State Ullhe1"lI .anc1'.pell' Friday budded orange and grapefruit trees, B. IAKINSOI{ :.COIP'ill
School bas a splendid exhibit t.bllle..r. night here with hi* parent He wa two years old some bearing, nice
rJi" Katz ha a sblendtd assortment of and Prof. Evans was the recipient on hi. way to- Winter Park ,to attend table and carriage house never''beenused :
birthday and Wedding' presents' .see of many compliments from hi the football game between the Unl every thing in first olassrepalrs. KI88IMMEE.: 'FLORIDA-: .. : +
his. line before buying. former pupil .Dcl..Uow..acbera..ef. versltv-acii Rollins' College, ,This borne la situated the-bead..o! t
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Agnew vUlted Jacksonville on, business -' the school.; goods and shoe that you C"IIIfe', themat mile of water. A bargain for $3,000. Y

the early part of the week. Bring a nick!. and get aoomtasppplement : actual cost.at tot...I}: SMITH'S... : &lJ.-Ga&eto&er For ''furtherf 10rormlot.lonJ. apply__'to C:A:41ARaoN lMeetdebt,""' )',NI:MtDN.. &

It you Tilve'any'laundry "td'lend tablet with sketches for paint Pat Johnston came down from Winter ,. tI _'..,

away, and want it "done UP" In good Ing. Wi B.I Maklnson A Co..' ? Park where he-parttalpsted la, !ia Having aooeIJt. 4. 'a petition 'with .= .. .'rJII: ::-,'31: I .

shape phone the City Bakery Lost-Little girl' pin, crescent game of football between the University Mr. William, I .. /" again located at '" :. -. .

Next Thursday is Confederate shaped, with Fleur-de-lis pf, pearl. of Florida and Robins College. my old .t.aDd. and Invite all my friends '
Veteran.Days:: C thefalrandthe local Reward If left at this office. ana spent Sunday here with his and former customers to call on me Waters." &'' GarOI.\Grocery .C

.camp Is. preparing to attend body. The have parent Pat I*one of t.hecrack play. when they want anything In. the tonsorlal .
Commissioners
County ers of. the [University team, : : Una.GBOuos.. PA'nI$. ,' : .
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: willow chair atThompson's 0. -
Great bargain In : sold tics Poor Farm orange; crop' to .. . -i\=- 11rMessiNrlIIs4l. 11-* .
..' ? ' : the W. n_. 'M&klninn-Cn.- -' '. for' one Woodsil Messrs A'.'*U, Bell'sods Horace LOS:' ,& tan
is spending' od&1"a' dollara box on the tree*. The crop < left the early part of the with name of Jj fl. fWvart Gf1 as* I \ .. .a.o.c, E. iH-
TPmp..klo this year Uestlmated .three thousand week for Miami .to returnwork 'on tide ... ,,.... .
.";" .fcer'.Q.III8, in the, business State Fair matter.- and. boxes, which-will" pay' all the ex- the tension of the :past Coast v road. set:, ,two oootaktUgr children's! : ptemres. sjteto rag;.buttons. I ;.. . .... ,. .' i, , .. -.. ,,

.. looking pence of the poor' farm for the pas They have both fully" recovered and valuable': papers1" Reward If ti < ..
'Flee line of wa.tches 'at the' Klsslmme and leave'' handsomebalance from their recent terrible experienceIn ,-- '
a Mrs.
year returned to J. H.. Prevats.Card' ,. t'eouNTr A.BirT '
the which the lower i :' 'j $ l'Ott-'f "
storm ;
I" Drug Co. In the county treasury O ceol.' li swept I T- . .. j

j., h. The W. & beenturning C. Oro. Co'. big out packing abouta probably SLateh.t.. make the '001 money,' .county on its In poor,'the East ThreeI'l Coat.handcbma. 'prevent ''to' be ,of Thanks.. ; H! ;A .''y'J1 I Ce1 I ... brated."P.rtill.- ' .' .rls' I.I ;CBAfW '
has
: house farm. given away.. Every 60 cent cash or ''The undersigned respectfully iemidertheir "
thousand boxes of.fruit a. lay ibis paid on account give a chance. sincere thank* to the people of ''G ; : ; : J-B tu..
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1( week.. '. .My purchase dry goods, clothingand you Whittier and It*. :surroundingsfortheir ; .l. (, . . ,, ,
:l' notion for \ua' fall exceeds In .Si C;, Q; 'Hardwire Co. kindness Cltcsltirmammnimmmmmmmniiiinimmpimiiim'BinmiiiiiS' . i. q y."
1 ii. Everything that a: school boy or volume made for this trade. uniform and -loving p.rtI..1a. .Air//1.at..C 1 i .r rtir .
any ever es
Barbeau ..
}M( : girl needs at Mskinson's.'Mr They are arriving dally Kau', Mr.a,vacation Alexis athisfather'sbeautiful I* 'here spendIng sympathy Durham Hancock extended during toward the lr Illoei father :./7J .c.. : \

f; J. L. Ov" 'sU et's' line, of MU- _. . ,1 .
Remember every CO cents cash of island home across the 'lake. Mrr that-proceded his death, and for the 4 > -
; hoary Good I.. complete,, and her paid on account give you a-. chanceat Bsrbeau.sy. his father has; Just ,returned respect and esteem. displayed by those.. : :, 4 '
; price are right. New ,goods. everyweek. : three.. handsome. present, at. from trip-to England and .is loving friends "administered to :SI.DlS; F-UR'.S:.. y 'WQ'O'L( .
'" ,I '. S.: C, O; Hardware. Co. now, In the north from which place he his mourning relatives. afar his '
11:. Dwelling fun rent, apply to M. TU- will come .here in a short time to departure.* That we mar all meet him
. >p. ." We 'have been requested tt >ca1| spend the winter., In that land of future promise, wbeve- f:70u'711Ty': : :PrOGL.LIoe.: : ElWli!BI,pD4t : yw
; v ; attention to the condition of the sidewalks angels and archangel and all the 'f' "
( ,Mr*. 'j. ,L. Over treat Ii receiving on some of tbe main thorough,' ,Ulm.r4'Carrllthe...*. the fourteen glorious company-of heaven land and . ,
.f ; new winter hats at her Mllllnory store fare of the townepeclaiiy| the street year bid ,boy who was arrested at m.IfDtfbe name of the creator; Is tbe wva .......
' every week., Lauie. don.'fall to see leadingup' from 'Broadway to the Kisilmmee for breaking open the heartful prayer of ,your grateful '. '
? them.;' Court House. .'It I* pointed out that. station ct. Lougbman,' bad in his friend, A. M.andH-J. Hancock "
.f Key We.t ,nll.t.he" best. the city ha recently spentconsider- po'sessionwhen arrested, a wide band ' !' ; > :
,- Smoke ;J . able money In Improving the streets gold ring. The authorities all believethe We would like to Irl..-. you priceson .
&C: Cigar on the market., and that the prpi* rty owners should ring .Is stolen and will sash doors & blinds 'befors you

.' Mrs. 0. M. Fearoe returned yesterday furthertbe good work, bv putting the lead to another theftin tb-event the buy If w* can't save 'you money' we

: ; from Atlanta, G&.,,"where she ha sidewalk In front lot their. premisesIn cl..lma.D'm.k..blmaelt" 'wn-B&iI". '- dons want you' trade. Dressmaking .Parl.Qrs. '

I. been .1.ILlDIr.be..I.Ler, Mrs J. M. first-class" shape. .. .tow Record.- 8. C. 'Q. Hard ware'Co. ; ** :

'JJ. , Wood..- New barber shop 'at' .Patrick's old Miss. Bertha'Branch} entertained' a

', Latest thing lD' collars' see .C.. C. stand.: Service by a tonsorial 'artist company of young people last eveningIn Dress Making Parlors.For .I t:::::[ . .'- .. .- - -. -.- -. ,-, ; - - .J. '' :-'
, .Co'.. line at Dann's-' 'conversant with. all the latet barbering of Klasimmee: They played "under Klssimmee cuTTJNoAND.FrrnNQ: BY"'AN,; ,/
il Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Mosl y;drove ,j I have opened a dressmaking
and Sunday and Parian Paint dollar the arc light-spooning on the front! parlor in connection with my I)
Into town spent one gallonat. '
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. Mrs. ,Murdockf Mrs. porch, "Orange: avenue promenade'and Millinery 'store. I have associated :
withMosley's
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Miss
sister. with me Wommaker of Atlanta '..
I' S. C.O. Hardware Co. pleasant evening by telling, stories who will take pleasure in showing the '1// f" '- r a+
Wear e'm'onee and you will wear and laughing over fruit punch and '
latest
f Invitations bave "been; styles and advlslugwith you
nootber"Cadet Stocking1' at D son's. received lady fingers.-Orlando Reporter Star 1 this subject. She ha had long >> Miss .
.; here to the marriage of. :Mud Ivy on : : .Mrs.r PiMey! andI WofBma&r'' c L
CapV.> J,. W. Collier.! spent Wednesday dough-to Mr. Lewis Mile*" Johnson This ,Is to notify my oU.Lomerha"l experience andean pie." 1011.. ,Give'. "", / .**r' ;
night and Thursday la Tampa which happy event will occur' at the l-have returned and am again at my her a.trial.. -AT- ., 4 m
,+ attending to business and taking In home of the 'bride,, In New 'Smyrna. place in North Klssimmee,' readv to Mm. L. W. Pimtr; E : JSBHHIBH -- ... ',

,the State.Fair., next Wednesday at .bllb. noon ..M,.., receive all'order* for cleaningdyeing '
and Mrs Johnson will -be, and pressing clothe' ,AU orders will For Sale On account of. Ill health '
at7 .home '
:f Another lot of Dorthy-Dodi: Boot' atLe sburg .after: December 1st. receive prompt attention my Shingle Creek grove of 1.100 bearing 'Mrs Pilley's' Milliner Store.<, ,
(,t?' ,, ,Just arrived at Dann's.i : . Mla Clouffh was formerlyone ofKUslmmee' tf., i Spun FLEMING.' and 800 young tree, new IM'lrat.looplaDt.'pllkinl' ; ,

"'"" ,.Moley J.M.'W111.onJrtogetber.ithJ.'E andEUOverstreet I. spending, alai. young. ladles brightest, and and her most many'' pop. Capt.here-yesterday W. H. Towles, purchase ersi ,, house. ete.1tf c.-W.t,WARD.t . 111t111Ui11i11'i'1111tillll111111U1U1 l "UUWWijiw t Y
the
., this week in Reedy Creek. friends here wish her much wa J .
a few day will Joy. "
-} finest bunch, of beef cattle that ha Steamer Juamta.. -
bunting! A full line of'all the leading brandsof left this place In some time. Tbe cattle ; ,_ .f' ?J.y
blets whiskies winet, aad beers '-..- the numbered 380 bead and caver' furnished Regular weekly trips Kltmmee'' to t .. _'..', :
y' etc. for school. use. at Makln on' ., White Rose, Saloon I. H. Nettle & by Hull Bas and J!; 8. Strat- Baslngerv Leaves every 'Mon day
Co.. Orlando, Fla., tf, ton. The price'paid was $lB.dO and morning at t; o'O'clock. returnlogTh'nrsday .
Mrs.C.WV Griffin and little daughterNorma ' ""I.ed". 619.00per bead; and the pestle were 'afternoon. Freight and, passenger Au'CAWMN., JOKN MI:.u.. r' .. ...CASON..t4: .f t a '.
',' went down to. Tampa Wednesday We have Just "'; a car of bed service.. ., : 'Yaeer.e.We.t. ' '''' Y
1 shipped to Key.West to be used In the :rt..!. *. n 1' __ rCeslp.
where they will 'visit, .relative' springs.. Any before .,want bhesperthan market there .1 . W. c..:., MoBUtY. ,'kMI.Wr; '
the State fair.' I everoffered in Klssimmee. .
during n1E..of'Kissittit :
,'I; 'w"". :RiU-A: :c..deLY' hoot' better ; 'drop ,8. CHardware' Co., In order to close out 'my' stock.1; ; for. Sale. '' State. 'B : i-'' .'
_, 'Inline. Get e'm,.Dana's. Osoeola Johnston has on exhibition am now,. offering notions my stocaof at. :'actual drygoods .Male'8treet' .; :Klssliiimee.Efli. ; :: ,, : : 'i_ti': ,
Flieroo.ccottag.'on .
at the State Fair apiece of his hand! t'' : r t'. .v.. ...f ,j;' ...
As' Mr. J. L. Over-street 1* constantly cot: \t! IT; Surra, near Christian Ctiureh.'terms easyJ. -. '-.--... . .
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,'' receiving new hats.for. the ladle >,a. work mechanical which. skt1La showmore*d. eogenutty thanordlaary, l1 \ OsceoYa 'l countyIi" having -some . M., Wrr 4 soMJB,, PAID UP cAPlTAL..,...;...... 'i.rsJ\o! a ..pee e 't-r", aw t, .
Dora'U.U to see'tJhenvbefors \
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;&;her millinery .. d' , ,
; ; baslng. a faoimle of a I ComotJ".. .' ......DeDl'loe. trouble, their exhlblta-peing: reported WeI'bIveiuse' if\ '" '" :CT.CMMOLtI8M1lLIAM1LlTY. ''' eR;'tl i' .pi 1 !'K>.

oar hlch. : h* ,, made. wheo. only tied up somewhere. on the railroad/.be. ; barb wire.received' "Csn'meet. .ear.lIl ., .otpoetroie IIWIINFTY:+r.tlYri. )p" 'I',,. '' ';.....j=-.J._.. .. fi'
t 'j'-Mri J.'BI: 8t.r& ton "sblppad a ; sixteen years"ot', ...' "'MoM'of-tbe seen be.. and, Lakeland; .Commissioner nail and any '.. ..

.load of mutton sheep to Tampa ..Wed'nesday parts are of' wood and,.wore carved Van Uuzor 1* not yet ,on thejteutssantJ.U body's' prices. and save yon the freight. '.t : ;irdl'Can;. ...:,. UMd..r i .te'ile gal.MM,; _
which be had sold to on* of out with a pocket,knlte.... vTha...wheel I grounds'but his .. : :'II'' \ ..8. O. G:;.sara...... CoMai$1004theJea :''. + +S pro spt mes.4
the local butchers there.a .i are of lead the mould. f.whlob,. b.. O'Qulnii. aiaklnj; -'" I ' ";: I ; ,_to w!1''r RfChsagsal xoNwatM. paalah st eattsn... ,saI

."'Every woman' should">own,'a'' JaI tmaeVt ; made himself. c.The;engine-and tend< er', track'of tbe stuff "and have ,U ., 26".Years'The" wi $if I' ?', :>-;' 1 :'Y11)R'leilwltlYpl.leIee :. r. -, "
brought to Taavpa at tbe earliest mOo Groves 'TjjsaeYou .
: Hi WUUon Jr.; hat for fag.' a- fewslrabl together are about three feet tong'1hwI, rl toal< .. (
,; less than are eo wall proportioned that u-wouldtab. << OMMnf'wAlalt wIM.-undoubtedty'ba.ao- Ch ill I lww
at prices qttti'a
.s *.ow.b4..bGtI'l'froIDt cottage, : $4b9 to .. skilled' ........ -!to -'..H';.;....y: coaptleheA wMtin tbe. next few"hour,. *-..' takbwt.--:. ... ... .,vbaMl 'J'.
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"!OM 1' 9IHLHOOD, lOimihers ,i :WtWANHOOD Ii ., *I" (WATCH ,VOTE" COUNTING.t",; TO OBTAIN. 'OHARTER TELlS.... RACE TO. '.SKIOOOfeiahop aid"What the an plutocratic SVNONTM3.everlasting tunnel bOre. We contras 1a1"! '

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.* i .New YorkDsmocrataBelisvshspubIkin.Machins: Turner Grows Emphstlq In His1 -tor at the club. .

,, Is Up to Old.Tricks f' ,Advice to Negroes t-a Ceav* :This "Not; with m.,- yawned. the mil

Should,Watch 'the Development .of 'Theff: ,Darters-!' of Fraudulent ......lpullon.' > For Blg.Organizatlon, of Cott; ,Country-and.Oo to Africa. '. ionaire miller. "IVn ono: eternal
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Interesting< ri8n ls ef Misses( ; Berman and ,Mitts... ton Men. in the -South. At :the Southwest Georgia; Annual trin&C&teagi, .

A New fork special say:, :.The.,official ...... Oonrp.renOAfricao Methodist Episcopal : tmtJALLY TilE WAY.

vote of but three oountte,, <-tnlss. Cburch. Leli (in Balnbridge "SpeixT 'your vacation\ In the 'moun,

InC(, Thursday night. t ewla. Stuyy'es- JVIANY. MILLIONS' CAPITAL. Bishop Turner, who' presided; ; ad- taihe'eh7 Did you'Htay there 'long..'
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tint Chonler apparently Is elected ctre"lIOd tha conference; saying:' . "imps. but t came .homewhorl.

lieutenant governor by a plurality-<'' Atlanta "I regret to ,..Bpeak., concerning the Houolon, Test r
N'oxJ.mateJ1 1.700 votes over !(. Linn Meeting?td to!>> formulate-! constant jireas 'reports and .tho f el.11rC' .

IJrucfe republican Plans for Holdlnc .Fleecy Stpio : |hat (..eE'I11'0 exist between the DECIDEDLY"We.ll LIVEI.Y. 4. M

r ti ,w4d NI NIIII It appears that all the otber
on the democratic'state ticket to B* p.-rfect.di' lions of our county, The Atlanta Uafflie'.or friend "Jie'n th4/.
Except, vt'nor: are elected. by: small & : episode a, few week ago was ,the of.you" V
pluralities. ----- grea.t '..misfortune1 that has' ever "Dent ;yon bollevo IV replldd: 1! mi--

;i Chairman Conners'' ot 'the democrat-' After holding two executive sesolons > lappnned to the, two rticegs In this pop.who had been m l' .natf Ull M31(;

lo sthte- ''Committee- Issued .a call for, at the Piedmont hotel -la AtlantA -' section. It was. all tho worse for with the youajfsten "H 's ll>,e Jiving, \

it meeting of the full committee at Friday, -it was, stated that the the reason that the better classes In Imago I If bet's any thin
the Victoria hotel Friday. ""The object :, mernber; uf the .executive commtttea both races. looked tb' Atlanta for lotelllgtnco -' Prow.

of the ..meeting' was' to forbearance, Christianity more
dcylte of the fiouthein Cotton Associationhad It 1. said that notbingis' r
plan "1'to'safeguard the, Interests' and rncw reelect; the one for the amusing too an Indian tuna to eec a
'' taken %cfl\ \ito steps'toward the other. This jargon of bad
MW ,. he democratic state ticket Chair negroes whit man work and It cnljht foe,added -'
man Conner raid; organizatlo dr, the Southern -Cotton was no excuse: ,, for, there Is noL a observes the Ooutlor-Journal,, that

l rMArfttaLRAbIN "I decided to call the democratic Company :and a charter adopted' a'u- city In this countrywhora the better ., tho Indian carefully guards asalnst;

i ;Mf'rLf M1W state committed, together' to protect thodsinga't'at4tal cf'IIO.OOO.OOO with classes of tine, two races aremurw the possibility of the white man lau b., h
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q the,Intercuts of the state ticket From ,the privilege of 'increasing this 1a.I.i' rapidly agreeing; to. stand for Inc last.: ,

f' .- elegrnms I have received 'it.Is. plain amount to 1100,000,000. < 1d order. The riot.caused more

$ Erarr mhal.b poaMU.. Information ] : ai I ban heard .that yes can ftru that the republican'machine'!fs resortIng : While -the'meetings were all executive ' .' torlnK, wounded feelings and business .A dial bet ween" the railway
e.aDd dvio* to girls In condition, r to be Injured families'wreck square ,
my am
vital Interest to -
old
Is of
her to Its thievish knavery In
youngToo or all down.
."Jtyrtto Mill, Oquawka in. it was ,atAtedtl' the membersof 'ed for all time and the people and honesty ;
the best
iaashteel Dear Mrs FlnVhatm_ (Sooond Ixrttar.) der'to'beat' our ticket. There is absolutely the executive committee were enthusiastic Among' : people I the line declares the, Kansas City
often this Is never Imparted or b "It U with the feeling of utmoat gratitude ho- doubt that the 'Ucket Is eJected Ip Regard to: the new plan fit 'my race In that city' 'than Time Is what the 'people demand
w/itUkeld until serious harm has resulted that I writ to you to tell you what your "with the exception of Mr. Hearst ;among all. the' bad negroes In the bate.When I .
of organising great corporation .of.,. and.'what'they Intend to
to"** growing: girl I through her .aluabae..ucu.e has done for n* VTban I south. I have advised the togo
tga.....ce'of _ture's mysterious andWKoaderfut -r-: in regard to my ooncUttoa I bad There Is absolutely 00, doubt that southern men for tha'purpo.e of protecting race
laws and penalties. eotuultod avreraTdoctora. but they failed to the returns are being' held back the price of cotton and by buy.' to Africa The: Atlanta troubles 'a bank falls In China they

Qtrls over-eensltlveness and modesty anybeu.aehomthou'understand my owe and traatmant.I did '110 followed*
erttaapuzzle. .their mothers and baffle yo uta.dW.efpQowmad took Lydia E. Flnkham's behind Hughes up the state. I' cents, establish' a strong market suchas and Judgment of my project than'anyr They haven't had any bank failures ;
mhycicians, as they so often withhold V and am now bealtky firmly believe that sufficient independence thing. In tho name of all that U there In recent yews, notes theNew
their-confidence from their mothers and well, and all tb.dlatnenlnd symptoms would do away with every effort good end righteous what 4o: sean *
York Herald.
which bail at that;Urn b. d.Myrtle ." leRg"e'yotel .have not been and Influence of you
-ad oonoeal the symptoms which oughto *dlnppar < speculators to depress .
bo told to-their physician"at this Hills. Oquawka, IlL : ('counted. many counties to. decrease Ute price' of cotton and bring t.hl. country 'for' the black (,man aJoc>It........ .Ion..

rlUoal period. ti > .Ion.. Matilda Borman writes Mrs. greatly the pluralities of Hughes and the staple to a price ,corresponding but constant trouble)? He' Is.attempt- : Th*reader ot Ills p.pvw1\lb.. plea 1 ..,u-l**
When a girl's thoughts become slug. Pinkham as follows: posnlbly elect Mr. Hearst: to the demand.-- : ng to do two things to migrate north la arntbat thonls, at; l lmeepoa. dreaded'> ULj-
Dear Mrs. Plnkhami.. and west or often ruse that oieuo baa bees able to eamiaalfJUstage .
... with.headache, dizziness or a dii.>> as retaliate either of
"We to zhonestcount'
w are going fret : stated
"Before E. Pinkb > It1 was also that' President *, and that Is Uatarrli. fall's Cutarrii
...Ittoa to steep pains in back or lower tejclng Lydia : Compound lrreular of the vote, and we are not only Our I te the only pure now itnowut
my were Jordan would call a, meeting of the positive
nba desire. for solitude lode
,dim
,: eyes ;I and painful and ,. bad such, going to protect the men inking the future'Pho' bUhop, pre JdJI\&" riders Ih..olUoal!fraluralty. tntanhbeing" constitutional
when she Is a mystery to herself and I dreadful fcwwUcbe*. commlttoo'at'flnningharn: eome'Unlein pastor and our school funoUonarlen dlwuwe require eoiutitutloual
tends. her mother should come to her I '4*But alnoe taking: the Oompoatkd my headaches canvass'-''next: Tuesday, but 'wa are January the exact date to be. (,n. tr"atmeat.Ball'st.atsrrhUureistakeetuter.oadlyaoling ;+
'.Ad, and remember that Lydia li Pink- have entirely left..., my perIOd.are ,jEOlns right to work now on the mat. pounced later.A' ..delegation Ir m'' are being denounced'and 1 directly! upon tee blood nndinuicouurla
...'. Vegetable "Compound will at 1 regular and, am g.ttfnc strong and well,EPink tel'.- criticized for not properly advising; <.!*.ot thpeyetemtherebyde.trol-
mVts time prepare the system for- the I all my girl tFionas what LYdia Birmingham -visited thecommittee- preaching, to and teaching the'.youth. lugthe foundation bi the dl..eIlH.lIIJd giving
ruining' change, and start this trying V.ge i Compound bas done t.KatlJ4& .. Hearst Won Moral I tory. and offered such Inducements for the (be patient vtreugth l by byildlugup the constitution
me."- Born: Speaking of the results In 'N W
of the next In Sirmlnghaui .
holding
period in a young girl's life .withoutAlta meeting .
these work have mubb(olthia1U
are sot proofs 1'heproprietor. *o
why we should
'
If know of '
.! ? yon any''odng girl whoI. York of lbe''lavy' Bonaparte oller
Secretary ;
or irregularities. that the was. accei'wIL not curative row.lIat they offer One iiun"
sick needs tart to Africa
and adt
toe
motherly ask or other
Huedaedsofletters fromyonngr girls rays; At tills same time a big: convention some dred Dollar*Ion any oueLb..t It fall tocare.Mend "
her to address MrsPinkham
at Lynn' place then I am the most stupid of for list of testimonials. AildrmiIf. .
... theirwratttade .
from iathers.expresstng -It Is very fortunate that Mr. of the Southern' Gotten Association ,
Mass.. and tell bereftl7 detail of her men." J. CHKXKI Co. Toledo, O.
a for what Lydia E. Pinkham'sVegetable symptomsand to keep nothing back. Hughes' has been ''elected In New will be, held the .same as' that heldIn fold by ruXKlate( TeLake \:.
Compound has aooompllshed She will receive advice abaoUUly free York but the, strength of hi. Ol'poDo'ent. New Orleans, Ii"II'.i'timllr., l'\IIe for ,f onjnipatloaAborlglnees
..
thaw, have been received by the RAILROAD --- - "
Lwdlrt K. Pinkham Medioino' Co.: at front a soured! that*has n* rival Jn the as .-bowu'; 11 y the election,',, isfeather Announcement was ,also made that OUTS. KANSAS LANDS. .
experience otwomsh'sUls and it will,iffollowed of Japan and Their Tat '
'
14M& ominous and to cotton .
i4aa the of
proves my =present low'price was
her the right ,State
pat on road to a Supreme Court So, Decides .InDecision
.ri.iWfls. has written the two fol- strong healthy and happy womanhood, 'mind that, wo., most b prepared to considered at the meeting.and all 'ofthe tooing. I,
to bra Pinkham, which Lydia & Pinkhsm's Vegetable Compound -, deal with the Questions he hal been members- present stated that 1muiedately -' Just Rendered.) The nborlglnees: of Japan tho hairy

wilt" fwd :with interests' holds the record for the rra*>tea., agitating In.n spirit at1 once liberal. < upon their return they Thousands of acres of the most val Alnus, now number but a few thousand

..,.;(6s.: 1'Iakb.a.... ()lint L.tt.rl number,of cures of femal. sUe of any and'cml'Je"&U..e.! ""' would do'all 'In their 'power to.-get uable. farm land la Kansas, together and live on the Island of Yezo.
d15 dftses medielno that the'"" world has .1 Their women tattoo their lips. "Theprocess
bet year. 111114oep'.epeIIa.OIIIIM -' ever with large
:: flx-Oorernor Odell says ,of' the 'ro- growers to' bold their'cotton for 10 a amount of land located I
itli y atlee back-' known. .'WIar4oD"'o1l try It 1' ; In of, tattooing" writes Oliver
cult In New 'York cent better. this and towns And cities of the state, is ,
: or By1 means
; Balnbrldge, "ls 1 primitive and
LT4a E. very
flakes
nakftaa's.YcccUbic Compound Sick.Women Wc1LRHEuMTISKr '
_ "The action 1s an'evidence to my influencing others' make effort . given to the Mlseouri, Kansas and '
: ' every ,simple and It,takes several years to '
= t. ..Z.'I' . . ., -\ : .. . .. Texas* railway bt a decision' handed'down
mind, that from this time' forward the to'atop the sale of all. cottonat properly' decorate a woman's: lips.

Vepubllcaa yarn must glregreajec. : any.j>ricajciw.er'' than 10 cents and Saturday by the Kansas su forehead and: angers. Some ash boric

: heed to the .demands' the people 'by means,.of the fact that the South: premo court,.,tn the case..ot.-that.railway .. {* procured .and.jut) Into a pan to '.

for the betterment of conditions and \ern Cotton Company had been or,. company against one Watson. soak for a d.ay or .two; .then the bark

less-to. the',ambition, of: politicians.t _ganlred. the committee members In July 18S6-; congress granted ''to of the birch It burned under' the' pan I
'. t: 'P .i- 1..1' I .! oJJJnlrniJP: iclflo .
h- 5t&te4-thatrvlhey""wer6"of"tli; 'bellef' -Railroad company until the bottom U well blackened

"; : r. +' A WOMAN IN THE: .CASE..CongressiwAnElect that the-pricecould-soon be, brought southern branch* 'DOW the Kfisotirl; exr'1he: operator tatrnrx-lmife' ;cuts

: ...;. CUR'.E'D', back to figures.commensurate with an&os and 'Texas Railway company; a few dashes Into the part to be tat

: . Followed 'Unwrl the actual :worth of the staple according a right of way 200 feet' wide from tooed. rubs U well with the soot and r s

...: .. j ', t.n Law" In Slaying Doctor to the demand of the ',,con. said railway to the;:south line ,of the bathes carefully with the ash bark
::1. .l"--" state .: distance of ,about ISO miles. liquid.. 'The forehead hands and armsare'only
Judge George H. HVtvrot, congressmanelect : sumers. With the cj-ganlratloo. ot
'Tb.'grc4! : timleted;' ; who; shot-,and 'killed.'his this .company,' It, U the purpose to Afterward patents were Issued to private tattooed after marriage." '
-persons for Mr. BsJnbrUge, who b well known
land through which
:: rtt.lou'rrl'Dd. Dr. 1[. H. Aldrich;; In offer stock at "$5 per share in order
/" aid 'tiie''Mura and Jointse tho.rallroiul. runs .without' excepting as an "explorer of odd places," spent
I Baton ,Rouge, IA. ,WI'i'efusel to that the proposition may be within '
clear the mystery: of the tragedy,' other : the reach'', of, everyone. ',*Further., Uie.'i-lKht'.of way) The ''persons ho1d.log'.lhe some time 'among' the hairy Alnus
lubrkated. by usif g pattats :have s treated-.th. and secured ,.valuable Information and
thlLDtO: repeat his statement''made tails' regarding organization havebeen' .Interesting
photographs! of
rlght'ot"way: asbelllotly"100'feetwide : many ,the
-P r Just after the'shooting that.be acted placed* in' 'the hand. 'of committees .
\ ; In ..somecases' valuable 1mproTemont queer ra.ce.-Chlca. Chronicle. _
S1oa \.s! for "snfacte'nt reason" i ...lIlcl\-,111 make their reports
I .'h Te been made by, them -
The ufflclent. reason" of Judge In the near future> ; when further ,
on the outer fifty feet .oa each side '
Favrol! is" generally, understood to information regarding the proposition of the Kansas GrowinG Up.
L'Li publicly made will be announced to the pub, railway truck and they have (t.le a natural thing to nrt; : mean remarks / by.Dr.. .. '.' occupied the land without disturbance when'Introduced him what State
'Aldrich reflecting\ a. lady and, that, lh:,
for "
many years. The railroad company he_'camscn. The fact is, however .
lady wa Mrs Favrot the wife ot In the consideration of the prey
... . brought suit:;to oust these occn- that Kansas Js getting to ha vela big
'
Price. ,25c. 5Oc $r.00' ,the: judge;;, The i exact, nature of the ant;crop. It was ,,reported that according pant., 'and the i court' now decides In native-born population. When the
I remarks has cot been discovered' but to the estimate. of the membersof ; .'
,'t-" Sold by eJI Dealers Its favor;, Xirong the larger, p1aeea"touched' first census w...taken in 18CO there '
,. they arc said to, hAve been cros. the executive committee this crop by\ the ,Missouri Kansas and were "nearly, thousand mON people

f.Sloart?Treatise "On the Hbrs f Sent Free enough to'provoke.'Judge Favrot to the would Mnotint'to estimate 11,146,000, bales and"that .Texas vkll way are, White City, 'Council living in Kansas who were born in

deed. thO' recently publishedaccording . Grow ,Emporla. Burlington. Cbs Missouri. than there were who bad
'!. -Address, Dr.EarLSSIoanBostonMass. Although Judge Favrot maintained to the) ginner. report, was nute 'Panon,. Oswega,and Chetopa. been Torn on Kansas soil. Only one :
silence as to the caned
. his friends 'Issued a statement that lag the"inarket and evidently.( ,, very' EASY FOR E ,BA DIT. ..1 Including all the babies bad been born f
to. 1. ".he1 the unwritten law.? .act- much exaggerated. on Kansas soil. According the last '
yk' 'WHAT DiD HB SAYf get to heaven, will register' a kick ; followed
:' '"Young,Jolllem .always ways the because it' fiery chariot. was not seof Ins In Uin belief that he was avenge A' resolution was tallied asking Highwayman,, Performs,, Daring Work canals, however, there were nearly ,

_tg tOiUg-doesn't heT He never after them.- '' lug: an .affront to his family; Judge conerress to. enact such laws as >would on Chicago and Alton Tral,,. half the'people living in Kansas, who,

a-..u at loss/, tor' the proper' reply.** Favrot's 'friends also declared that-De.:; prohibit the speculation In cotton: *;' ,, .A, lone robber heavily .masked, were born in the State. By the time y"

!"WeU..I ear him.nonpluseod ,once," 'AWFOCUFFERING ,Aldrich was forewarned and fore: turea Inthe, United,tales.. boarded the roar sleeper of the eastbound the next census H taken two-thirds
'Iitf was that! armed ...;: The'following 'resolution by W., H. 'combination Chicago' and .Al of the people in the State will bo native .

1t"'JII:' Keene 'a ked him It he. DN.it-.r ,Seymour. Alabama, was alsp passed ,ton trajn No44." between ,Slater, and bOrD.-Kans.a. City Journal.

.. ebt. '.bV'Jook.d U fold .u; she ,.er. ..'- *,.... .0 :Ran_.X>ewa-UI-,w..aef h:a. STILL: PUR, *UI NO REBATERS. unanimously: ' Glasgow .Ma.- shortly after midnight .

was'?;..Cl.veland'Lesder.. ,,)'_ f ] c I...bs5sue.ra.i ,,;' ': i'HesolvedIhat' It ls-<> the sense :of Saturday 'algtvt.'robbed tho passengersof IT'S THE,FOOD. d.
"
'
:" r Eleven IndictmentsAgainst... Railroads. this meeting14 that cotton:producersinthe $66 .aDeI escaped .In the darknes. The True to Correct
HICKS '"Word cannot speak highly enough forth ,. , Way Nervous
.
CnUcnra Remedies.: '1 am now ser- :; Handed In af. Mlnneapoll'h, ; revernl'cotton..- states' 'use 'their Troubles.
; t. GAPUDINE enty-two years of agew My system had "S; Eleven- ''indictment: <. Were hinded;. utmost endeatofs in securing the ArIzona Against it Joint Statehood. |fy'
-
been all run down. Mr,blood wall so bad 'to Judge Cochran in the United States passage-" ofa law! .by the,;next ;egl":- Joint statehood for "Arizona "oJ;; and ''Nervous troubles are more often '

-. 'CtJRES'ALL. that blood poisoning" set 'in.; 1 had district court',; at Minneapolis Thursday -:aturs' c.C:,their' respectlve states re- New Mexico got,, a fair majority In caused by Improper food and 'indltes-
1 ..several doctors attending me, so finally 1 attentootl' the'giving '' qutring, ,dinners' :-to'' make weekly, rv New Mexico Territory but Arizona .
,
ACHES west, to the hospital; where 1 ,was laid .covering of Itlon than most people imagine. 'E...'".
And N.s.wwsT 1 up for. two months .My foot and ankle :Abates. bj'certain! ;;railroads and.the, pats to the' Mate ''department cf voted so ttrongly against the moaaura '|doctors .ometillul'orerlook this fact. i

...... ... atir.le ss were almost beyond _pltloD. Dark receiving of the,same by. grain'firms' agriculture the, number' of bales: that'' the'; adverse plurality Iinot; ,less ',A. man; says'. t
blood flowed cot of wounds in many places =and indivtdualur ,. of 'onttoit'ginned.' .*'"' than '\0.04>0. Until( two. years ago wam. '.nd

tadIws]i ..*. disheartened. thatl thoughteenlyfy2a.ttcbaeewa..lely 'J( Ii -* r .-+...r ... rbutter with meat and gravy were the

r STAND PffiMjWhenyoqtayan : leaving ;BONI AWAITS:..-HIS: FAIE. WAS A. PRIVATEQUARRF.i.a. .I BRYAN ON THE ELECTIONS.. main features of my breakfast ,Pin-
the
i _.- A. foeVdid not improve yom cans .......:.- ,. r
dyspepsia on-and
ally cam* 1 found,
readily jmasiu.10W', I felt. J... simply '
diafuated and,tired of life' I stood, this. Casteltanc'' Divorce,Case In, Paris _Now Eoutsisna: onpressman-EleCt Kills Hisyt Nebraskan Says Contest Was Decld i myself in a bad condition{ worse in

pain.which was drea4folJfor six months' -"lii Hand. of, Courts's: '- f fA. i, Lifelong ,Friend. 4dly a Democratic Victory.;; 1 the morning, than any other time., t. ;

QILED SUITSLICKER andduring this ti*>f !*wss not'bl'towear ,. Farts, Special' sayiTlis'; : 'Sn'ai. II 1: ,Democratic Congressman' r-elect! C Commenting on the result of Tuos 'would have fall, sick feeling in 1nJ:.
a shoe aad' aotiafel,io w.rk. \\Born Judge 'George 1C (FVivrot of Baton !/tomaeb'with'' pains In my heart, '.+!
tome Word Thursday..in the 41 orce' pro ,'day'a election, ,W. J. Bryan gets, coy, ( ,
on* spoke' about ('uticar,. Tb. eon-/ ;;: .;La....without .warning' shot and [ides and head,
.
1 seeding hrought--by the <''ooute.. iderable satlcfaction In viewing the
/ sequences were bought apt of th* Cotioura 'de "At; times 'would hate no "ppe-
Rmdis ct one of my Irietids,Wb( ... .Castellane: against ter' husbandwas Instantlykilled his 'lifelong uaoclote'ael outcome,... from a democratic 'stand itit*'for days, then 1. would feel '
was a druggist, and th. Trai**.that 1 tars, .Maitre i CountBocl' former, ,school: mate.; Dr. It HAldrlch point ,He -regrets the1 defeat of ''W lenous satisfied rav
when
never I
after the second application is beyond deriptioa .: undying /affection .for..bIs wife ,''tree of tie best known, clt-. R. Hearst liv-N w Xork,, but i cannot ''and' so.-.nervcus I telt like shrieking did eat,
"U seemed a miracle for the Cu.<
:
; Rouged
Irena of'8ato
I tsera.Iamadies took"effect .immediately. and tile, demand that:.the: ease,be ad.'journed . see wherein President Roosevelt' can 'at'the top of my voice. 1 lestflesh
Alf .tlrtla/eattlti I washed the ioo""'with the! Ooticnra,SOSR, for,a fortnig>tt la order to SITS Though.' )nnndreds of, person Were bell any comfort In the vote;ofi'.the ,badly and hardly knew which way to
'before .II\I17io.'t. ,near the 1\CeQ8"ot' the shooting< ,- none Bmplre, state., .Mr.. Bryan the torn until I )
Ointmsi and J. tack countess an opportunity; to reflect says one day bought a box\ ot
tb4 BeeoiTnt. at thu&...,tim*. After upon the advisability. .of a 'reconciliation. knew* wh t-'passel' ) between the two president's' ''pononal ,attack on, ;Mr: \iQrape-Nuts food to set'If could eat
two weeks', treatment my foot was' healed .' 'Thf. the.court.' refused and adjourned menu; JudgeFavrot refused,,)J to talk Hearst'-was 'in .very' bad taste* that. I tried It without'telling' the'
c.aoyl.t* :,P-.pl. who,, bad ..... foot '
lariat! aft ms "sad ,....-hi. ....*.my.*.*a Ueicoe.tb for on.,week.. whenIts) decision' beyond'' letting'' It be known".that- Particularly ratifying"to the democratic ,doctor, aad.llked fine: made me feel
wasi
g *,Cfa..hardly bei-! .., their win, b*"'banded '40":." matter a' private auatreL- :heart.! ; says i Mr I ,':Bryan Is the 'lee If 1 something to eat that-.u.
own .y.:.'RAert Bckoenbamer! f.wlllll'l"; -'i:..:...'n''l.. .."i *...".: .. .return-of Missouri to the' fold. satisfying and still 1 didn't have that '.

F E, .: t Cough 1'C' ;>. '.Asvu : ''lest ,"--". \ -j;F ,WILL. ; ..',ITH ron" CHURCH; MONTHLY- ,REPORT' OF, QINHEP. . eatinguny "
ik
._ : '. < .. w "- ',SHARTEfl:H B'PNEUMGNIAM: >, tl.
,, ',*, 1''ot4th.Atteet, is' nturos ,. 'John"Hewsr'd'Psyneh'"Hem., >'<'*wet Total ".r1-aIfai7: -.'Balea, Turned. Out , f. I '' "1 hadn't drank any"coifs then In'five ;

t-.s your rM a Iktlri; :(.way.>f. addag'ih.' ,' ,$o iyt. h".:, {ti. to'B.To it tiow ". ..,,- Up' toNov/mb.rat: : :.. Oensral". .la .a.v.ry': alele"I ", Man'' at- His" : w..n.-t:: kept on with the Urape1Knts a j{

ie .1r1I"b." ,.., ; *--, ",1 pS I IMt.thatah.d; .ootta.e.st'.irfstaaalfteL.I4ngtrias4 ', 11I$"amouM ofthe'crop. California'Ranch']: ;' \ and in a. month and a'haul, bad
"
'' l'Ded
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"/ ' --." '1".'"I I.,f"*-l J n'i,. i i*'i>r|;b. .a $ In'wMeb John of,,J'l""I'.r' ;' to,' November; ;::4'' 'Majot'O.neral'W .It 6pattec, ;': tY I' 'anything'II ywanted.tidn't pounds; -eonlo 'eat almost d l- .]1
feel
'Howard. Pswaa- ttst... sa'ta bnUetln "iuu 4 badly; :
ccor : a- )tj the. ed: Stateaarmi'teti/ ed. Is ,Mrtousl;} tatter '

aI ; Ia. 4cs+- afro : and Sweet." wttitsM'wlrlr lMme,>* ...-.*.1 a',"Aaa W'earty'yestrs. "a'wandeterDM (;' aaa.ae3btol..o+hN'1.IA6M/b.4q+.tww,,::::::.tpri4ayr.;.2raWdbaMiip. ,, mils 111)!,,wHh'south,pntumonla-of BasvSfs.: **.*.*! +,0aQetu rajs' .k.*>,t-. :'tallgone again/Jv'eaUsr.and:;: Ifi' : m!',aervoosaess"pleasure" .to ,be' well wast. ';

'!. ..... $I,..' f"I g y .te' fiats sC "U." lob-., Inspired .. ..eUWas.M *gWt4ljT.U5 ", era!: 8tuiCt.r s tcok I.. >MG..tarn'7Rdyr; i,}Name' : given. ,by Postum, Co.., Battle
cotters la dark Cou OH iwvv his .lu.mortal btOM. ."-hdisstror; ,Jut.r.. .t. ;;t-J. '
,haa.saaa.u tlnetet..alerM aty. .. ,' ; ; .s: and,;telegrams 'were '. tdo af San 1)),Creek..Mich. 'j R ad;the.-book "TlisJUad ,/
aew..br.a4laal.aa esttabllstied a reoord for wodkaa's work ed The r its OA! which'It .has" stood ,The, ,umher:ofZvi';, ,ainnerisxl.' 'Trandsoo 'phytielan;to .hurryto' ". ill, t.-y'U'1U..IDp, ., "there's. .
'
I by proving tkonksetvea' tiriee aa ea. so m&a1.an'' ... boan pnrchaeod given.,as;.37,441,1against; ;aT...OtJUst\ > j ._..'J'(' r>IIv' :;y tb. 'rti.1. : ".?* t. ? a.leasea.3.' , ,.
.
*, Ml W .' an .wr. TtaIt- watt It S ., "' t'1" r a"
be
''' ' ,' -O: and Utsj nwtaro will torn down\ ,-. :J r1 t, I.a".r ''''lt i
;-- "I' I',1" ': "' -' 'to ",
'. I"t. -\1\ t" .
\ '. \ . 1'I':: t ,, . ."'", /. ,'< ...,,;.=. ,, .. _> ,,.. ', ,. :" ." .i," ;' .- ".... ',.j"f",'' ''';',,", ,..'\l'' "I.r

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:M08iI'-oua : il.tttesa ef T........ W. DOU WNW
TW
. 11 You sled t" ass ,

English:,l,Actress... 0:1 1.will be to learn. Wr.ai aM.IWafW. sseaJal i. The aamea of-,' fabrtaa: are 'ia >..nya.'derived Drl.lo
eTaSl ..........1'l' "
..
.
.Jo.n_ !> ,' l writers teaeasn .. 'from, tae. piece :wfcerothey'were E. 5*
achools'.of practioe twaauMad, ta1 the P $4
1Mx
) llr l at 111)Itataetta
t .
each aad flrst'maaufaetured. ; la order p
strangest tanas possible, every '
t tngndlsnt entering Into tae esespodtloaet ;the. .... fs. ss cwid..U> honor ogsafl>dat satpttosF
.
Dr. Pierce Golden Medleal PUoovery of the' place: where' It .ftt b.se... ,
1 .
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for the oure,.t weak Mosnaea,dyspepsia., ,kaown,to oomsaerce, or CraMs, the .*. I II. Ir Lry w.: flniM.|Z DonuiM I I. ,ilw* ,utrtMrtitUii >oi>-
ofwhatever stot. .aeb.'ilvureomeiat: MII 111T
catarrh '
: t deJs;oouniiieUia Its texture. .T* staev. **'.If C'ul'0
,1H afcUons tqgpyd Ilver Ud or bI all C& l'rlla4I cbIooIo\ &bowel.- of ,.. ame: ',of' mwslla is, derived: CramMosul .

region,aaaae a -....-.. It Is ia Asia. f? .
.
also a specific remedy lot all such enrqnlo 'Oanrtrio,, 'comes'' from'' ''Cease;

.. .tons and their eases resultants. .of catarrhal, as bronchial affec glue from Gaaa;' balsa/from Bajac: f

throat and lung disease except consump dlnlty'from. Damletta and Jeans from,
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:Uon)accompanied with aevere coughs. It Jean. I..
Is not so good for aonto colds and. couehs', The.name .damask.1.: an Abbrevia 1 .
but for Uniwrlnff oreUronte. eases U is
I. 'especially 'mcaclous.lifTpre4uclng.p;: ( r tion' of Damascus: satin Is a corrap1tloaof i J
I feet cures; ItcontalnaSlaokOifrrybaTlc. ,' "Zsytownt In'China. .
Golden Heal.root, filoodroot\ ,btone: root; Velvet Js th. .ltaU.... .,veUatewooly. .LLwM x /

y Mandrake which are highly root and praised Queen's as remedies root.-aU. for'of' L and i traceable\ further ,back \(.. the. !

all thoebove mentioned affection by neb LAUD rellus, a hide 0('. Belt.
imtnent medical writers and teachers astrot. Serge comes '''front .Xerges. ...Ibs
Bartholow,of/Veffersoa Med. Cohage ,,
Spanish for a certain sort of'"blanket.

%1: 'prof.t FinIe Prof. Bare gwood the; M"Unlr.' ., of of'. pe Pal o. . .. fie...
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-I' 'jwtt Med. pfiee, Chicago Prof. JohnClnr. Bandana If derived from an In r I, a =r;::.''E... q.et 1T.
M. 1C of Cincinnati I. Prof.- John I diaD-.ord signifying to hind or" tie. IoegMa .D'.. .1- ..a
# !L([. cudde / f. IX...of Cincinnati'' Prof. =, of ''a' CkIldrial.' ..._. Cwr ...,.100, a1 red war
Is
_4wln MvnuC .. D.,' o JiahnemannMed. Alpaca the name speciesef n...l other n>*lcM.U .
ryeIJt C H < ChU .o? andT seores of llama from'. whose' wool. the genuine ' giWd take yon .to my' large,
others wially eminent. In their severalail. fabric Is .woven factories at Brockton: Mass..and allow

soh practice. t Calico la named for Calicut 'n town you bow carefuily Poagtoasfcaaa
ole In India, whore.. It WM first f>rlnt.d.. are made, you would then understsM*
r or _I_ ) ) Blanket benri the name of, Thomasnianket. why they hold tbel shape, lit better.
Wre wear longer and are of.greater. yahsathan
clothier
{ a famous English other snake. '
'' an any -
UpenpuUlclty onuilarinuli who Aided the -Introduction of 'woolena w........_ you 11.... you ad"C obtalo W. L
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t i vei&t powlMe guaranty formula its mer.will\ Into England la the fourteenth' ee Douc1u.lMe.he bo4_om wield. protect jwu........ MB%
this pubtlsbwl
qyr
A glance at century., ., .bah.to.Askyourd..l.r.rW..l.ttougt..h..a
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show! that
J contains no poisonous harmful or habit.; v .& $k.a.
t h.vl1.a
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f forming drug! and no alcohol-chemically Cheese .r. .' oj fot Oot.e.N...... they wA0.l war b..ae.Wttl.for .
k I Dncd glycerine being u od Lave \ m..ara'-l Cetalolc ol Pen Sly....
triple-r of the country
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Different parts __
..D0001.A. A.pt. Bracktor.
''Instead. Glycerine U entirely unobjeatlonable I w.a n I"
and bolides a most useful.tent.. very: strotgly ..marked ,lastesaa. : to :RPtu-A" !--
in the euro of all stomach "I broa-. the/color of cheese.Youcould'not'sell.- "' I .
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cblal throat and lunsaffceUbjs.There: -at any price InBirmingham ..FOR:
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is the highest medical authority "
: a cheese that I.,1m KreaT4emand
..TheDiscovery '
use in &II such case '''
a concentrated Blyccrlo extract: of native In Coventry and If you sent CATARRH
F ; II1l'dlclnalroo'a and Is .from mioent. some of the'' kind demanded in Norfolk t "
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7 A booklet of extracts would at once 10PTHE.
', ,to Manchester It . :
medical authorities endorsing its'InCT8" -
dlwtta' mailed free on .reqyort. Address. ; be returned. HtADTROPT'UNgII. '
F7 --: Dr. B. V. Pierce, Buffalo! ." I East Anglla demand a cheese el l' 'noWdrifiG'
I brick-red color, while Lancashire ) .
t' l"' -ora her (latent' i>bulogr"|>b. Darkest nights are'generally follow'. must have "Manchester ,white." and .

'I I ; MISS ELLEN!: TERRY. .ed 'by' rnout glorious mornings.A . 1 the other ,northern counties) co In 1t1DtlEYS.ILADDfIl

I I. Tier fifty)'ear.,9n"\.be stuga-ha, just been celebrated :with' great enthusiasm ' for a golden-tinted cheese. Nearly ,
In England/ ft1 the carefully AND:
.' . rtTBLIO, DU'rr. all cheese prepared.to i-
/e: Dore Away With An Hawaiian Curio. ''worded order of-- the probable. buyer. --l 'ELVIC.? 4
j Bwrplag.. '''fttontprlier. O. Man Peel Compelled i -Home' Chat. SJVIALSBY
One' of the .
I greatest Inventions of A curious: tower. Is to be seen In
Ills Experience.:
the present time Is the suction inaehlno Honolulu Hawaiian Islands.. It, was to-Tell : : In the game 'of life, fate, always l '
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J for -renovatlns! and 'cleaning built by the Japanese residents* It 'r Joseph Wllgus, .Montpelier.., O.. leaves; an opening that will lead to 1 '
? botela.. apartment'' houses, etc. No Is what b termed a 'Iprayor-tower: ," says. : "I feel It my duty to tell others success If a man takes advantage of \ l'' s

I r.c. 'aw eDlngia, necessary" ''The1 powernecessary and was: 'erected In order that !pray- .about Doan's Kidney Pills Exposure ,' It Some folks,. eveh If they: .do'Dnallt
to operate tbd apparatus Is and driving
furnished by ran engine fitted with a ... brought :kidney" trouble 'The' ''foundation of robust

t 'wagon' and supplied by means of rub t' on me* and 1 auf- Health is what is"allowed to eater / & .COel 'r -
ber hose. The Qbet U forcod Into the I Ir ji feted much from Irr.pJar' '

; ..machine by suction. being possibleto passages of the mouth. '''Themore; simplethe :;411S'oa'tii' Forsjrtb r ; St..,.At .

,,- clean.every,part of the room, cell- ,,the kidney: secretions.( diet, the more perfect the "
I' Ings..' floors walbfurnltnreete.; Up .Sometimes there;was * j .

., to the present time thlimachine has 1 '\retention aad'at other Stt
been, used for.largo operations 'only.y ,..."_.r* i ,times.,paaaagsei.. Now a Chicago Inventor has patented too frequent especially, at night. t
v a similar' machine. 'which can be There was pain' and} discoloration. :
used In every household. The power DoanV Kidney Pills brought-me relief Made UnderU.S.Gov .
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apparatus la stajtloutd,In an'outhousa from the first, and soon Infused WHEAT FLAKE OCLEHY=: i rumewt Nlspectioll

, +' or j otber; out-of-the-way, place and new life. I.give them my. ..do,.. < 'ort.ula and etatfo.ary. '-
t the renovator, reduced In size so that .eat.:; .. '"" '
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r Bold by all dealers. 50 cents a box.FosterMllburn 'l SOD engines. , Boilers., ,,
Co....Buffalo, N'l Y.I .; i e51 .1A C.it.my
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l "Tr"I . ,. i . Saw:. Mills. .

t "ta7t. It In. time Dr. Wln.IOw' prophecy' Is plain, pure,'inii'Wholesome 1 AW Alt' MNOS 'QF::MAwMNERY

come*_trte_and.Jther ass: more lun cxtsil! iii ted,_ prevents conW : O*tnpld.lfs. tymYf.d w.lar': : ',

.. atlas than aaae PeopleIn toe.world,. stipaaon., ,. 7xXnx4J't bslj'FA1rri .' t T'T -
}' the condition will be about.what.the u ... ....MMblaery.....t fee.a4 Beet Trm / ID .1 -i

'. old Quaker tow d'tt -Everybody will. 'cent* a pttckag Write u..for..t4.ir.ie,;price. *.. TIT love.)wereactblind, Utere woubt

NANDi be a little queer.'but. Theo and..me." \ For. Male.'"by- all MBfrooars etc.*,before.' c. ,.buyl. .....r'.'_ -.r' .' be fewer marriages.

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era might offered there to'their ) _. ,. .'. .r-.,.,..
I deities by ,the anxious Japanese for : .''-. .

.... the success of tbe armies of the Mikado J M 'D. .. ,..1 : .' 1" '" '.. '''. .' ., '
By JiAMILTONjiAyERS ,. .I 0',
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during the recent war TheJJny., '. .. I. 'i., I .
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If. temple contains a sacred image, and fr _ .. ( . ,
I" during the campaign prayers were T._,,' "MY!.., :.5: :. : s( >> CA
() -'p Illustrated;Beck containing JOB :
1 said dally lu the tower and religious ge : .. .' . .A. W. Jaw .t..
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'.: services held, at !ti'base: : [information' pertaining1.to.discuses'of 'the1 \ ,
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It tan be manipulated by: anybody. Charecterlstlca.You M the'Amplest. medicines., The book Con-, -.& NX1''Td'tlEW/A11AOVLATIINeji( : ; : ,,
Bcfwrt skill Is not In THE: :. BI*T ADyINTIINIl: iN. 7NgWOtlbd.\
required. '
are' .' The Other F'Jiow'II"( : I analysis,of.courtship'an&martiaga ; rear, '

I" 'cleaning ereV 'up the In the rooms Tollertort the dust-. and when gath- Self-respectlngr Strong': minded.-, Vain Stubborn., d management children: besides'valu '''We'have'been' very fortunate in ,5 our.
lt the entire*house'Is cleaned the renovator Generous, Kxtrav'agant;. '- E prescriptions; recipes; etc.., 'with a' full errices:df oneCbf the best and'lrribst 1; ,ep t' '

Is taken: to' the cellar and. tbe HonestHairsplitting.' .of facts in ;triateria"medica that ev. printer IN :.THE: STATE!,and are now a Weio,; '" ,
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dust the ordinary removed method 1U superiority of sweeping. .over will Tastefully Courteous,dresscd.Fopplsh Servile,.,, I : should'know.- ..execute':Job:Printing ofe'ery"deecriptlbn} )tn"all'; ; ,

.It. bet once apparent; Dignified, Puffed up. ., most, indispensable :adjunct 'to' every the leadinpr'styles; The 'classi'of'iwork,: turnxlu .'
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Manly, ..;C ,, Bypsque,' .household :'wiU.be J:mailed,-postpaid tout.by'us is'acknowledgedltb: 'be''U: e. F.JNKST .

After. a-.weet'atHhe Little Basle's'Gain." littleBasle Sympathetic.! ',,,tlLClulllUfe". y to:any address'on'Tecelpt:of priceS; 'and I'11bES'the, LOWEST-of any"printer. v\ {
sc or'.
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'( ,' Ambt l u.Coyeto.'i\ .Address v" \ 3 v .. :".
was being weighed. Prudent, Selfish' ',' ; tJENTSfi .. ) _,? ? . ,N, : I' ..,':.; .,.. "t.iT". ....'
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"W'beD she came she< tipped the Rude ,.' r \
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Frank ; '
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scales atl forty-nine pounds," sold Refined,' Effeminate, : ATLANTA: : '..I PUBLI ,HIKG'HeUSE I ,' : : ,. _
t' Cn le Jack "and now, she weighs Rntnualastlc; Fanatical [ . 4 ( :..! ; k ; .. t. "

, forty-two." ,, '< '. Eloquent, txjng-wlnded., V+' 116 Centra: Ay .V/ATlANTA.: OAr f : ,; : ?'., : 11

"Oh!" cried Susie, 'J'.olaln.d Witty Frivolous! \, J ''It":

i t-w-o )oulul.-backw. rdlll.-.Harol! Particular, Fussy .
per's' Weekly, Wellread.P; daatc! '\ '.r .r .. _... TM ..,
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R SveeeesfnVUnlucky. Lucky. ; i I
Factions In the church. soon reduce Incompetent: t .. . .. A .. ',, 0'"

It to fractions. ,':-LU.. .
1...;;.,.....; < Content is the ability to dlstlngolsb ... t J rCARTRIDGES "
: between a sufficiency. raid :superfluity. .m: 19 .j, f .. J' 11' :
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: HISTORIC 'SPQT. bf happiness. 'j' "Yll9 "ABo4E'
IDr; -wj !!' :! ; "f. :< / ; t, . \
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IL'' : 'The celebrated'' a.tlaonU", so blghly.es-, all|ftflatned;ulcerated ftd' : I4aftIbaI' lar'v.
teemedby the women of America,.*ays op 1 onsofthtMwcouemembraspsucharialcatarrh.uferIaeratsnbcuus.d aa "
103 r and ,445 of her.popuuv iwlftrk, -- :
pn. i" "
'Ere'c. UauhUra-or. Common benM for < for' Rifles. :Revolvers and Pistols,
'>Uid. Wife ud Mother;": > '. s by feminine Mta. sore throat, sore
f "For. ,the aching back-..sbrald .It be slowin mouth or-Inflame. cyea ty'simply
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reeov. rmc t
_k'.'Plaster Ie' .excellent comforter v' : srinot yoftsurely can ctye these aiubborahut s saUectlonsby
combining the .roads.'otthe su.tainqJIrtw.ure "calibera"'fr om, -1.**r'td..sp. ; : l.:cal treatment with: .-) ',;y

it 'd\tIn tool of_|ualiti.-IItroa_ rfev-wara ope4 ham i in tbe with w.cerv...-'. ) e..r: vuJ: aim-when1.the: ; trigger' Paxtlhe,Toilet 'Antiseptic 1.,
w 'ial. should of
It
be'kept) over the'Met '
r .'uneasiness In( was, for perhaps a fDIotai&bt discbvces; stops pain,'' and heals- the
""For jlt thes beet war as M. ,; accurate, Reliable .and ''uniform.t '''
Muter ;, ; Inflammation and reuesa. 'rt : .
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tork' ooaaUnt.1n reeewIng u If : 1 t
r IUC'C'eSaful
moat
.1", ....._ oII1hia..ia: an Aa\.ha.b" P tine represents the
support.
'when the weight... tbe small,f>l tbe back: 'S11'poi"TGein'and'You'll; ''SIiO 'Wettrliway :,> I local treatment'for fcsBtelae Ufa ever
beeomei. heavy mad the achinf inoiaunt*,' produced. ,Thou ands of women testilyto .
1 rth rtitw X .i. -.ti.: : .. .x _x J' f! BuY Wlnoiheater Make. : ,.;; tills Iact-.5o Cents at ib-utsiat' .
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3 Pride has pulled many a man out of ? (.,. <.- _-..new,.,.:;..v J ,-,* ]Send for''Fr e Trim! BOB ,

1I8'p .,hol.' without other ,assistance.S' . .* TUB'K. PART. .W eo.. ....... ...... 1
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Necks of Sheriff's ',s. e., Atianta,1: ; 1Jo .1.1'BIrD f': A4TLA VTIG'rCOyAS': LINE" ;
neCm :
Plawares.i 1f:aid. ] enl lces 1:1c ,:I Irji I..Tab Hedee that.nde.rd br vMtw.. at an Bxovtof .. r .

__ ...... and odor fro aval at tfce. '
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Clank Ore 04 the 9&1t "........ Onralt af riar- 1THETHROUGH LINE FROM, FLORIDA.
the Miferanean. lob I.aDd tw Couety .| of inghat .. : .
of( a. ;Trip, itQ; ... ..-d .. ...... 4..Jt:::noon.tilt d o4a t : \ . .w. rtwA.ODNN6TIDN9. ,

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I"l.pevTrefl wr avAav v. Gbattanooga''
BY Dwl" BeND!!..' BUo k.Aaaaatenea'. To ed
'J Over Its own Rails to' Savannah Charleston;
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I belleva that; l last week: we' left'' our vaulting\ still. remain. As we enter We _.. hlchaet and ehall'bode eaU at publleIanartery.therefor,bafora for...-Cart1ous '>..to. Louisville the Richmond,and''' Washington, thence Via Penn-

dragoman robber shaking his first atn Cod in the. second recess upon the am In Kwalmroaa.Oaooola OovBtz. riorIda. __ LJLtAtL I. s (lvanla Railway. tTo
we. steaming out out of PIr right. the tomb of Victor Emmanuel II .,. amira of .... on Moaditr. '
were
as and If!we could have been near who died Jan. 0tb, 1878. Between. : .Itndth4 K.Thirdtle.1 Dwembar. A. O.lM ti.. fol-, -' West" Via Montgomery; and t.Oulsvi11e & Nashville
*us Is that of Humbert I who lowins4aaeribad toed.ta>amid OaoaoU Cooaty.to-
altar the
enough to hav overboard his conversation .win1tN.iienter Cincinnati Or" Vla"'Dlxfe Flyer Route" and At1 1ta.o .-, .
t am quite positive It wouldnot 'was assassinated July 2Uth six years ,, 60 f__tli 48 aammta Wa t of tile '
been fit for publication We ago, both are always .covered with North convM-of Lot<>p. (l) of Block Clshten' E. 1i..l1l'1.h: &'Ooe.n Ste"lPlblp,, Comp.aJ', or,
have tV.
<)8)af the South Vlorhfal Billro. ho.pu York I'foofolkSteamer
I wreaths and military guard Is y' Philadelphia aDd Boston via
elatrdi' ... having gottenthe ., Chicago th' .
ware highly alw.1 aura of tka Town at Klrtmm." aDd r.a u.-
best. of at least. one the Jreeks. maintained night and day. I South tttno Bouta 4Sd .. toO New York, Washington and Baltimore, ,'
conjure up some third altar to the left 1 I. the tomb of .>ni..TJ'N 47 lamia. 0Southa'Railway via Savannah aDd Mercbanl and MineI" 'Transpor. r
We then began' to rid that celebrated painter. Raphael whose W .t Tt rout.ad thmta North 41 _iia Baat= Via Steamsblp: t."IOD. 00., 10. Baltimore. and Pbl1ad lpbla.
legitimate w.ty'\b. we might ourselves t6 foot tot .point of .....a..lnlf. wMMHIna-th
of the bunch of silver we bad Slstine Madonna f expect to see soon. plat t ootd.l and andttod: a Plaa. of th* Chutn' Key est on
from the money changer: and Raphael was born March 281483, and of StraMa of aakl' Bunmr. *- i Via Peninsular. & Occidental Steamship _
received .. '
; 'which bad been pronounced bad; W u. died April 61520. There 1 I. upon the NIeo1LdO.ndpet.UrrMd, upon utcaprofMTtrtrf P.rnh..rts- txaald. for tlt.Oaorr.. HQ.vouo COn'lpany.
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as of the KreoohS altar a statue, of the Madonna by J. Mt ALKgR.
good any
frano U looked pieces as we bad been using through Liorenzitto,with and was Raphael's executed last. in will.accordance P.A.'VANS Sc"of.o.e.aa.CouatT. FI rida".. BEST' LINE' _, UmlUMl.Rout Chicago'nf the celebrated Florida United.tral.... New Aid Olxl York 1'1'4 'Florida. ''Dp* laU Florida- -and wen, lil.. >FI, k'

bat enquiring found .. ;
i the Orient, on Plal US" AttoriMr.Notice
agO'theFrench.. ... goT,: b' of '
./1hMlIOm.years theovbpb phtoofrl theBlbbiena Quickest Schedules Service
eminent allot Ilest'' (.. Maria Application{ i For Tax': : Superior I
.' of Napoleon III,.'* the Raphaels betrothed who died before "FLORIDA lIMITEq.e For" '"f"rln"tU""JI- h dale..' ..... "
money This building I the last. resting Deed Under Section 8 of < ": Us..ooneu Ui ..1."oldn,or ronma nleet*.wltkKJBKLAND. .
francs, 2 franc and 6 franc pieces, on him. v *.' **. CARRa fi. 4 [
v V -which was, the bead of Napoleon 3d place of many celebrated personages. Chapter 4888. Laws of LEAVESJacksonville ._.-. Tr.v. I'... Art. Tampa. Fla.. 1 .. HIT I Pa..Alii. t
Ile.d.'rr' f fin visit the church of Han: PletroIn WHITR ,r wJ. RAIO.
his we next t
:wearing a wreath upon Florida. Oen. ,sae. .,A.1. .... ,
'"'' ermine the lime 1.1. .edict was Vincoier-founded in the year' 442. 7.45 p. m. t N'Ilmhglop.l. > K, c. .TraOIO X ,
butt had forgotten: it, natur1a.llT In the right traiscept of the church Is lode.' )b' herobr? irlrcnthat E./. BrownIMirchaHar .
t issued Oertlflvata L-.
Julius II by or T.x Ko SX4 doted .
of Pope
,; They 'were supposed to have the monument the 6th dar of July U, I): ItMia, ha SOLID TRAIN/ <
the government. for re- Michael Angelo with his statue of filed told carlino.M in my offloa, ana boa mad BUDDED i.
"beensenito.". Woo before certain time after Moses'perhaps of the most interesting pplloatlon for tas deed to luu'a' ,_rele.ce TREES. .
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whit to se that Rome contains with law. Finest Dining Car Sarylca Very
they would not be accepted by things Bald.abnlacats; embrace*' the lolloalngd..
it or the people at large. Well we it U one of this --great! masters rrlbnd property ultuated lo Diesels county, Best Day Coaches.: Through. ISLESWORTH
Were loaded with 622.00 worth of frano most famous works. There are. manythings rinrlda. Ul-wlt: Pullman Sleepers.1OCAL" :NURSERIES
of Interest to be seen In this Nw M{ at u w"ole p, ,eachwhat* >> I >ald I.n"h.lnf ..a<>..ia > famous. old church and cannot give the Itmnaneei of euoh certlfloate!. the name of ,
friend tha minister,"and mysolf pro.oeeded the space to describe them. ", O.C. Hubh CHASE & CO., PRoPI1UTORS.!: J.. W. ttOAt'tDt A ENor.
b captain's office and told We nowdrive, to the. celebrated. l'ule Mid oertlfleatei ahall t be redeemed w For rate, routes.. 'or rcBervattoos,
I him In t ,to French which language he ruins oftbe Colosseum, a picture of eordlnclo 1016 a.law y or.,December lax deed ,will A. D.luiia liM.thereon ontha call on or write We will have ready for next Fall and Winter' planting'' a.general v

\ that we had been"done which I presume every one has seen. w/tn..my official denature and ...1 this 1 assortment of Orange: and Grapefruit Trees of'all leading varieties. - I
fluently
spoke upl; on the shin and that he ought. not It. was the 'largest! theatre and one of, [IKAL] tbe 7th day o(. )or.mbcr a.L13. 1. 08." dAMES'FREEMAN.Dist. . Our trees are budded! on good healthy rough Lemon and. -0

to allow those people aboard while In the most Imposing structure in the Clerk K. L.Circuit, Coort.OecaolaCoiinly. . ,fl...., A(ft., Jacknonrllle, 'FU.t. All Hour Orange! roots, guaranteed. free from inseet pests of any kind. t
budded .
.P porto; swindle patrons of the (toe.He world, It was completed by Tlt-JR ,i ti Florida from bearing trees la oar groves: and therefore .trite.to v
,
.* Informed us that be knew year' 80 A, IX. It was Inaugurated bygladatorlal Vf: W. 8, KAAN tt.L.! D.U. .. name. Our facilities: for growing nursery stock: are second to ,. d
nothing politely,: about such transactions having combats. and wee tan'ln I I :......; ., .,...;..... -- .none and our trees are as :fine as money and twenty years' ex

been carried on beftire and that, we ued tor 100 days, during 'which-time-! Notice 1't''t'r perience can produce. We are making a specialty' this season of ,
ahould see tbe purser, which we pro. 5,000 animals. were killed. 'Inlbsjrar405gladatorlal , iht famous-California Valencia Late, which is destined to become n
after stating combats. were abolished \ e.t.tS : the greatest: moneymaker in Florida; Our Valencia. buds came n
needed forthwith do and All pane having claims against the i of Wa L. Van'Duror & Co.:
the case to him ha began to swell byUppcritlus ... It was t.bouCht'; in Anala L P.rk.r, d.....-....... 'lea of the Counts of.; ( : direct from the best bearing trees'in the district now" famous for
o.-:.. Slat of Florida; will praaant th producing the
Be salC" he coa.1Iten\l\b the precept of Christianity aaoM. beat Valencia in California.' '
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up like a pouter pigeon. ; ....... Admintatrator
bad neverlcnowa' It to happen before. ; but wild beast fights were i With. the Wagpwmibd by law.othanrlaa : Write. for,Prices to J.W., HOARD,'Gotha.. Fla. or call and see our1 Nur- ; I.
.Tbe minister said, "I suppose not", continued until after' the. time of the aame will be foiwrer barrad.and all paraonaIndebted I .B-R' 'OK: E RS j series ; ,
heads that ecdorlo'the Great. This building I to amid aetata will make Immediate .a at Waco on Florida Midland R. R. f
i- :we two' are the only putty Uement. CEO. F. PARKER. * .
,,have ever travelled upon this line" at has been known as the Colosseum Admlnbitnter Eetata of Annie. .. Parker.. :,I -- -- --- _.-
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whtch the purser replied "It,bal since the 8th century; probably. from 3ui"1'J&b. llIOCI Ju11..1..n Mn
,,never happened before to. my Iknow- the collosial statue of Nero. The. In* .\, ;n: REAL E.ST.A'TE.'fl ,.' r U

edge.t' I to Verier of this. building commonly estimated Notice For \"Lease of County E:5 BIG FACT is
t tbat as I b direceived the .lmoney held 87.000 people but I imagine i AND "INSURANCE. DR I ES. _

'board tbe ship I should so disbuse they Were obliged- bang about Convicts. -
ft to the form of "tips" which I knew 40,000 of them upon' nails. Althoughmore cooooooooooqooooG DIAMOND BRAND
.webadtCtpayj: U did not .appear' to thaq Iwo' -thirds of the buildinghas Sealed bid.wUlbefwaerred for the.... of thucounty SHOES o
'''have appreciable effect upon him, disappeared the ruins are. ,still oonvicta for the,... oommenwlnv N_..ft,I ----. -- C .II
any 1X"at 10 ....- Board imnlmr th Hrtt to
a. the.
*
and we concluded' close the Incident glgantlo and very impressive An reject any and all bids, the ..- ul biddar te'' a0r lkaAsb a6ue uer afhtaAt [IN FOfiCar tOMDON.
i 'until the end Of !the voyage when ,we architect of the last century estimatedthe *.nte Into bond in the cure of S6UO for th*oar aadnaintalnaaoa r 1 .UIIItL II
would reopen it and relieve ourselves value of the materials that at. that 'of the eonrict. M. TILLERReal

,of the baa money In the. manner above time were 1.11\1.\ existence at. one and. bsord.ofthpSa.rd. ",,4LERLdT/!: , I One 'of our'' largest
recent ship.'mentswas'to
onebalfDlllloQ. soudi ($2,600,000)) j B7 W.-"a. JOHNltroN -
,'.a.ed"l. : \ 0.C. I Estate $
"
have learned tbat. the: captain ''has two. million five hundred thousanddollars. ; Agency. .. : a big firm in' London,,Eng. We' '
concluded not to go to Corfu, but willkeep This build log, the Colosseum are one of the few American shoe
has been '. mbol the CITY BARBER, SHOP .Ma..NM : manufacturers it
right.en fin Maples, which place ever a of greatness t-
we reach in, about three days. arriving of Rome and in the 8th century : ,to .,. ; Realty bought and sold.. ,', maintaining European' traveling, ..alel.m . u
,abo at 3 'clock In-that r afternoon,, 'as gave; rise to a prophetic saving: WILL OCYTOrl.' Barber., _Houses rented. n. .

i he.ship, going wt..: to afterdlscharging.Marseille. France.hereya'o shall"While stand. stands, when the falls Colosseum the, Colosseum, Rome 'Now Open for'Buainesala . Taxes paid and Titles verified .'. Diamond Brand shoes areworld-wide sellers u

Rome shall fall and when Rome falls I for non-residents. i I
1 leave II here but before doifij&so Iewe because where they arc li
below to the dialog saloon, with it. the world shall tall" I.m 't 'Pairic' '. Old Stand. >Fire'Ufe\' and Accident Insurance. .. 'onceworn they'are
.
,,
male told that the Colosseum I. impressive .. wanted again. The 'styles '' the "'
jratberwd the steward. *about me,' very _- .- ": .0 are correct,
and femafe and diatributedllnr. ',silver. onirioonllght.nlghU.'or: wbenj- )- NEW CHAIR. In.demnltv.Bo t workmanship *nd:fit ideal and:they wear In
moo* &bem and:after quite a littlevarleylnr illuminated byBeogalllght* but Rome : ,
among tbemeefves.t. J .be, -?' happened to be out of both 'at this t NEwltAibns: ...'oQ"Y"s" .IF'vr'vr'ts"hi"R' ,.
a.Dlsa llT'PerhaM t.hlo1cIDIlIoOM: better t.1m..o J wa* obliged to .foreco-the . :
than ao4nf. f, a d nay, tt.t.bMhe! pleasure.'. It was getting well toward 7 NEWEVETTHWG. -- -- *

ould get rid of It oa the nest trip to, night and we concluded we would return I : '
whom had received to the. Hotel Michel which was C b
... people from we .SatisfactlonGuaranteed.!
tt for a* least something- as I said I reached about a half. are hour' and .... ... ,

before>.they received1C. .,,;.with. 0',O1ngrumbling. where. very nice Table O* Hote din.nerws O..J NO' PA.. ; yt W. :WINK. ,
thoroughly enjoyed and after "
and 'WHt.. d s.tngwhatwebanseenwithotherwe --- ,--- ir.rOLAM AND.a.otnolr
The salala.tr. ,,my wife felt; .. .; ; . .
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,'aatoor.. W...-.,. ,'" R*:;.... V>tu4t retired In order. to; put.ins = r -. ,...p'.7 ''''''.'d.Il!"" "" ,* et
&':
nwrnftirwMeed .... flm day tomorrow. '. ; nJJK. '
*olg to.R46IiIt.. M* 1 : '' ,
UlftJW""ft GH c'6" ,'d: !
.*..>aU. 'DM,..IMS:: *'< - ..-. -- 5J _.__. ... w"r.ee.r "5w ,L

_1 j upon We for took AsBeriea.cab to Hotel Hastier; ''andOD i, ---ItP'ILLa.A ea,.'C..w n.u.r"_.."' 11- J soar.e "N..t..).'1 __.'

our'arrival. there I asked my friend e[.I e1w....r.rag.art awl s=c ear.M ;, ;, "",. ,'f( .

what be; had done with the Vfiltby 5. .a. /wlll.M V rw Yraw 1........M.W.,.
lucre" he had been swindledwith,, be tin.t..wlr"n.:....,.=-:::.":wwr.we. taro,M.riwM. : J< ,W. SIMPSON

replied'.*''I guess we" .were both pretty .........eo.._'-'.....__.. .... NfJKdfl MliPf lit sh/vzs; THAH ANY crmof House tNmlSfST i i
well swindled," t... said I but I gavemineoytfor"tips"What ... DENTIST.,

"L never, .thought 1U",? I ?suggestedthat said be i For Sale I By Oscepla Pliarma'cyHEI 'Office]) orec"' Osoeola Ph rmac,..- DIAMOND BRAND SHOES 1S

be might take It home and give, It .l, 9.a.. D.p to 12 m.
to time forelgajnissions' for what- they t OFl'lOJll. BOUJUU f ,1.30 Lo :.30p. m..,
U
could gst our, .ol-'lt.' ,(Incidentallywill | ', P l Telephone No.. :'76 >';.Juu-&..ln, -
say'.that.00 my arrival in Klsslm- ,IS' ,OFFEREDTO '

mee some months after I reserved a ..' . : ..
letter. .from him stating. among other. WOIVTHT'fOUHd' PItOPLx 4< ...
thing.he, still' 'had the silver.. ) in Wa.........'"reqUeat all young__raattar' T, M....RIVERS, M. D. ; "
i advised him to keep It ;.. bawUmited their BManaoradaeatlan.who wW to Phyaleistt and Surgeon.! .. *
answering > obtain
) a thorough buaineaitrainlncand(oodpaaitlon. : 1y
.4 ouvenlr.. -> .. In .to writ by fiat mall for our vraat half-.. KISSIMktEB'CKDa COMPANY; ? 3,

V:.;\Tbethn.ltU'arrtveedfor.my friend .oCr...,_.' -...,..lnd Don't.TT'nd.dalay...neeani Writ probabla*today.Taa fortuo. . PHQIlf8S'Offlj; (! d/ ,.,;......-.>, 63; ,

/Aboard--to.leaveusi*the steamer WQ go to for.Jlonne.America.and. We he WE' AIM > .Ga.AU. ll..la.q Called nary Gs; ,xrnrgrsy,nt., .... 3

'larrhe In the above city at 2 p.' m., I ...
>cannot say'that I have been muchpleased riot merely, >> to .satlsfyvbnt.: DR.LESLEY W. WEE'DON. .-. l Jwat*

with the railways of Italy, the .. ..
comfort i is lacking\ that we find in othercontinental to.. delight :you :with the- S 'S dO ,YEAR. aPKOIALIST,
li XPERIENCR '
cities. On our arrival wegoto .
0 .YB. CAM. NOSB AND THROAT.
Hotel( Michel.'where! we find
many'Americans, much to our dislike, quality ot our"; groceries.Wecangivo Private Hospital, -American National i

.a1; atyseit, like many others want to ,Bank, Bid g. Tampa. Fla.TR. .
''b* a.ai from them'in order.to'pick up' : yoa the, I o r1"vipQiHL

:.a* much6f the language:a*: possibleand r
ODe 4011\care i/bear iris) own BESTOF'EVERYTHING MiittstsL. ::1 .. ) .: OJ AS. ;C.;,; ORR.
language very often, but. once In TRADE ". .
D.NTI8T'
awhile when It has not been beard tor DcsnowsArryr.oedl.g .
,
in the line of IIlgh Grade L." "lUIT8ao.: '
,sometime\: it sound sweet. a// ;
:We, have. of :.coursegotten ,away. ; : :.':=' and frto_b.mou to.L Office inrVan Duzor Building., RYE ,\
; :
front tbe.Medl'eranean and Ipresume Table-Luxuries: :;,and ;Provisions Iven.odNJ earros NAUm5 r toasts_ Phone:flo.JB.; f
;the trip from here on wlU .be! equally' aenk f...CUdaat ajMner for aSZHJ .% j .
.: t. all kinds rwar.waboSS.ar.e.ta, . -.. L.oj.. __ .. ,,at Sp.. th4 entire( '
a* interesting l to my reJd.+ We are at outoi U - HAVING purchased! output of the Crystal i
now Jn one of the most historic eltles M. W1LLSON :JR. Co., we are now in position
. of the world and.being tired concludedto priced ':thai. are to Sdtltit1eJllltritH.A: : to offer Distil brand of whiskey' as j1

keep quiet.until tomorrow when, owe : sure /abW.n.oea.&y, -. } T.rrr. ,N : NOTARY PUBLIC... >ll long ..it lasta,at the following greatly reduced figure:' ?
will slartout on our excursion. : ani'Pouaeaot"n' a *" ",
sight-seeing -r; .
( .drloa ,
command attention. -l STATE AT L.AROK.
.. ,Rome* we all_know was u ; ") 4 Full uarts, :$3.20
even JIr> antiquity. known a* the eternal :!!!! o $M'usP.t -- Real Estate Agent.. ,
8 Full >uc.Tts
It .
,, ettyc' and onoet.be''capltol, .of, the E.D.HOGANHagganh: ... tr st.W..tla.t. ,bi.CtLas KISSIMMEE. '> FLORIDA. '' i $6.25

ancient word,.afterwards the. spiritual . . 12; Full,'" uaris. '$9,OO:
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.) the ,and ,since '\< f
empire. Pope "I I ?
n
1871k the capital of the kingdom of Always ,Reimeiaber' X18.Full .Name tLZII EXPRESS. PREPAID ; *
Italy, with a'' population 'of'' over" a ; Crxstskl Sprit.,* Sony-Mash:WhllI.q'Sa ;

".lfla.11l1pel.. The city:,of Rome I* thoroughly aged.mellow'deikiotm arid imooth'a.'".lnt. "''TJ a"" a

slty Intersected'proper t ltoinpontheltft: .',bank but,,'the of i : '., ..... ': I axative Rromo' Owni110m rare. opportunity' to supply. yourself with fine bieb-sTade.wh1akq.. 4A

'' :; .@A UTTI:' .. C t7t siTRLLTLt.
Aft::/.>good* -L/dinner'* ierv fJd '.TableDlfota r ; w0IUf8w ,mOH Mpa atsSawBai &> ; a7StLLVEJl 'CO.'ATLANr.. GI.ORGIA '

i: and a good nights rest.'We I ...- ( KWD VOll.'OUlt.'Lra.T CA'PALOGU! .
style for a arrlace:; and luckily, .got .. tw raw..Elie. 'Cu .I'.JCoNiD Otoe: Day; Cam Two. '. . -
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one of t.be'.. driver who peak ,)En- << I .... .
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_ rjrlish; this oee la.artlonlarnau'; workid ,, . 0>; .'" r............ 'I .. - 1
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In die eapaoltv of cabman.: In New (>; .0 I "/ "
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rock City, 1 feis .. if we would see ; Specific! I,, -. ", ak1. WE : A. <

i, and'enjoy' .better- oat:that- -'''ao-, _... .U...--1&-'T"LL&.\". .,. PEP .COJIPLETELINE OF THE.BEST
...r..-.*. **? .ArXbs :; ; -
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was, tb. ;P&awJbaoa#\ meaalagt t" 'e.1''Iof.9lit:: .: ,' : ': / WHISKED WINES AHDJ BEER.
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