Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: October 25, 1907
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00304
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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, TUE ..KlSSI1YJMEE :VALLEY ; ,GAZETTE. 0i a r'c's

i .r.!, :i, =. .,".,..t...4'1_ -'.==. ... """ . ae.' :,T.' : -'.' <', : ....:."J;:C;+tre; lit" *.,, October" :,26. ,. '1907.. J , ./1 via: K If.. 43! .

jAiuoNN1: ( : .: .' biM { ;es .tl.iJla'1;of".t, :; w sows, .MM fourth'oeotennUl of 'bis- 'bdtlh, :-5.-.N' we-learn, ttMSt .*e poor' farm oCOeesolaoouaty T 'NI I,eaJy//lft. ems year' there. ; Devoe"" 10 I vearst ..M

MI tsenraetntw9Wtsdealersnd,; UM Here we have it;. Four hundred yearsiago is la a. most'.....1ah... sovdi-: 3P m eere Is' a; long lifetime" tar
.onsutn.rtn'the, ; enforcement( .of the John Calvin: in the name, of .his lion, ."W.'L.:' Campbell supsrlsAeod- '
1'1. ;
paint In
.ds 1oapr than ,
; la
.. ..I iURt.fOODtA. : 'h. ?*?* .4 Lord, caused. to be burned since who .ALMOST* CERTAIN.. rot of the county poor farm,".ay*tile Mats. .' We .don'" ,dar... ear _ataiOksr '
1 ,
1, .eopl..oUb.hJ..alei! .aod' recru laid the fouDhtloa'aoe! t :preentedtbat r t v' Gacette) "was In town' Monday,.:ail .1- :tMN>, ....1.. '.....X,, fact In

AH I( ,Articles of fend jml:"DsvtS' 1..lon./*'..odl rd.,'etc. will hi sent to movement... of.thougbtthieh":',* cameho State .We bwtMMa Project ,:said stated,,to a representative of this pa*. Woedant..;".bet ihae: sa. ,silk .
all Dealer In and. be known* Unitarian"- At the per t.bat.b.. '
..applicant crop on the < terse
'' p apr; "
:.: :MuM. Be-UW 4 l ,ACenhc"1 toT : manufacturer'of food, drinks and end of 400, years the Pres'byterians to \Be"Responsible 'for: PT Hposed grove, this,yeari, fully '.*'',. large,"If 'D1I.ahouhl,: c&Uie'eost.;tI ,--i.If \ :

J;; te k Act drugs, should Inform: ( tnemelr+,of erected an"expatlary. monument inhonor Grft.Tallahassee. not'larger;; t.h.Dhl vf last season, to. Florida we half of awl,Dace"a; H.
of 'the martyr the drat ; of/kne usual afpaint. <
the law and regulation sod oomph ; which amounted about
\ to
?: boxes 1>> It. be .
would ....
? p'Iortda Pure .Foodi;,and .Dragllaw at one, thus'avoiding modern. times,, of the Unitarian. Oct. .SS.'Slno the of fruit. too ; wT sma>

1 U bow In lore*,,.ae provided" ,by unneoessary. complications. costa;; and faith, and flow these ''U,t' days; InMessacbusettsln close of tbe recent legislative session; thisII the third In' .UOoel.loD' pose I'.bou' one-third; there 't*. a.' '

':.the lawAll, dealer 'In "Food, sad: annoyance to tbemselTe, and the De-- ; the New'England of rumors have. been In' continual cir that t.b.IrfQ.e Lou year borne much' trash tb r -tb*"OonU..t"t" ; -

'prujis,'!'Including'liquor*; spirituous partmeat.. R. E.",floss today. the Unitarian Unite in a mono culation to the effect that Governor and,Mr. Campbell thinks heavy'this ''seoord crops, UUie.worst, and. toe'-worrt, ,, lerth.costliest t ..: ,

:and malt liquors are Interested in State ChemUt. meat that will erect a'Otttng monumentto N, ,BBrowardwould call an extra. can be every where. ,
kept .
up lodeliD IlIeb'.ro.lde4: .
this' law, and should inform 'bem.ia John Calvin. And the, splendid session, for various !teaeooe. Including vufflotent amount of the a Your, truly, ;r',,

"" 00i a*' to Its requirement.. The The Increasing Tdcranee, of ,Religious thing about ail this U that the Expiatory the passage of' one or more' of his fertilizer Is.used."; :right kind of .y.'W 1 ;; D.VO& &CXV" \" dr; y

;"'lew.1.mad'to conform.* closely as monumenutb Servltu wa born pet me. llre.. Recently ..It has. been As ., .. "
: practical to. the United .State1 '!Pure Seds pot of the latest. conviction and faith I believed th*;,' no extra session would Superintendent 'Campbell declared The)Kissinunee ,Lunvber (Cv.

''Food and' Drug ...ot..*' and' I* very The present, age. wtl( always, be of tee Presbyterians. ; and. the Vote .to\\ be called. ,. but the, this Gacette is.Indeed is ID.a error splendid when record ustates ,. The KUsimnnee ,Lumber, ,Co., I..e'''

similar, ,t o' (those of man, of the noted for its tolerance' 'of rally loui build a monument to John Clvinwas From statement made by a leading that "oice i S la b.-only oelved the machinery: for' tbelr. 1 Ittew
state, that: have recently adopted opinions; and further, that the ban out of the love and loyalty: of legislative member of Governor I the' a county1q awmlUlatt week, and Manager : :
state that ;;Lupj:
pure food laws., most 'of which are church at last t Is .throwing IU: ,; great the Unitarians. Tb.Y'ha.. j a. right to Browarti's faction) .howeVer, it U believed annual. from derives, a. handsome fer now has force of hands, 'budty ( ,. .
rreuue Its ,
'patterned after the United .States power In favor >6f temperance' peace t loin In the quadro-oentenolal' celebration that .0'extra ..e..loo'111 be The Hillsborough pool, farm ,engage, setting, things 'In' place." ..4-: s

.laws between nations, Lbe- eduestlon and otthp great John' C"' D. They called, : within twe week;' In.fact, It, .Is wise yield. 'a revenue county'' that 81 Ike- getting ready,to begin ,fawlagt,. ,, , : y

'The 'regulations. sod standards Improvement of'the Illiterate, ..and In are persuaded, as .e..r, student of understood that a statement to this. supports tbe'establishment entirely Xr.LIndsey| the log fo femas., ,has. '

adopted are practically" tbe 'Same' ''.. a general way the comfort ot. all condition history must be that the mistakes of effect has been definitely. given out a'lurflu. besides. and,levee rjttwihtbus'be for some weeks ha
th*' United State, .regulation* 'and of *ocielT. The average mln- John Calvin were the ,limitation ,of One, of the principal objects, of \ at work 2ouping: ., and; '!.

'standards', "with changes, made only Uter no longer makes the articles of ,his time and. age,; while the faith ot calling. the 'extra.. *es..lon,. It i. believed three Florida. CouD'lea-o.ceola seen: that ID these rafting JOIf*)'aiad by the ttm*.Ifc*?alii: I '

'where necessary to adapt, the local faith'ofhl.chueh the 'main subject 1 John .I..ID r.pre'.Dt.ed'tba. and lives 1* in behalf of the passage ,of and :". Marlon' Is .ad.kI: ''atert'seyeralekewand\ ; '

conditions.. The.* regulations and of his sermon. Dor'claims' ,his i* the bequest which,foomed into our Governor Droward's famous state. nillsborourh: -' the poor farm log will bs Oa.hand,', and UMT, MU .

"'standards are now In \be h.aods. of only true one.. It. 'li. now moire than I and. Into our freedom.." life insurance, bill which wa first experiment. has. proven: a proaounoed. be no delay,on .this"'score. '* . '

.; the printer, and. wit} IOIJQId. ever before the duty of the.mlnUter i The church.1* now entering upon the brought up at the session of two year why ucoe these* and Institutions we cn ,tee no. ',.&100 'It. is now expectedthat. tbe.:;will will :i<'.
u.etuld'ess. would meet,
I lori, distribution' to'applicants, toj to mingle with the world and In this !' srreatest. period of its .It ago. In"clew of this"fact, It Is bel1eted with equally not; .tart'up in about,two week*' ;:01"' 'possibly -_' '
good results if tested
with a copy of- the Pure Foodpapil.Drujr way be able to expose the vice* of *o- will be the great' factor in preventingwar that the governor think himself : ,less time; '"
j gather 'all '''moral 1 under the proper 'management, In .
intemperance and .
assured ,
fatherhood of God
Law, clety. The the of sufficient vote to' pusthe '
law lfrer.'' from.thejUnfted brotherhood of nsn'ii the theme mot crime.. WithlaHhe. present century measure The extra session wa. every county of the State.Tampa: C Court.

? '* sLji |("w.Uorlda and'that of most 1 conspicuous! In tbe sermon. of today" the world will show a condition of first suggested In.ordel'. ,to. make arrangements Tribune.. , .

] the statement of OoljiR back no further,than the cloelarbte .- obedience. to the .moral code. promulgated "for' the payment of What is ... Oountjoourtvt; 'T reCoIIea' Monday: ,' u''t 1
In requiring 1 History
state all the
of alcohol on ...tltacksgee ; toir.of the. nth 'century, the period b.Cbrl.tDenr thought possible certain appropriations, overlookedat I ,officer' of( the 'court t'
the, percentage well ... drug of American Independence, we bv Christians of the past ages. the recent regular session. The What I* history but 'the 'mON Dries present"' & .1<,. ., ' ? *

; of food, as find a roost remarkable advance In \ .. ?,NASCOOSSEE.Lest question of state prohibition boweverw111 superficial opinion of certain I The' civil case of 'Mr*;Henry> Broo- t' .
'Foods, a. defined the law; 8eo ' men with respect, to the movement and son ... the Atlantic Coast'' Line- Railroad -* '
for the toleration' of 'religious opinion, [. bot be brought. up, a* action on ; .
tloa 3, Includes all articles_ used' At this period Pennsylvania, Delaware We thin matter can only be taken'up at a course of events; tome of whlcU maybe .Company SflOO "'damage1 forf if
food, drink confectionery,, Or, 'condiment. 'were the only States riving; all Forget.-baby U restless; cso't sleepat regular session. doubted' 'or denied ''or disputed? ,killing a hors;r was ,tried and. a feri" '

'. bT man prl other animal, .There i I. a wide spread opinion that. diet'giving! )the.plaintiff '1 0,was'renf. .
{ sects' the; same political'and social night, won't eat crier spasmodically. I All {things'considered there; " :: ,.
,whether simple', mixed A't\' seems history is something apart., somethingthat dered. WOn .
privilege. Rhode Island sanctionedall'Potstants White Cream to be no doubt but that. the extra ? t"
Section 6 declares 'paekstee''are ; bu :Romsa .Catholic Vermifuge never fail 'to cum. Every session will .be.'called. .' gets Itself done 'whether or' DO, Tuesdaytheca**' of The' Statevs. .
of foods and i and. widely orator have1 been J. C.; Bas was again 41f..
a-' in cases were not. permitted to'' vote or t.o'eQ. mother should arlve: her,baby White's. knownto Called\ and;
.drugs,'It they fall to bear a statement joy'political rights. In 'Massachusetts Cream' Vermifuge. So many 'time ,Packing' House ''Opens Next Week. appeal to' its judgment.But( It the>defendant's. mlo; 'wU...... being .

)iq conspicuous letters of. the::quantity New Hampshire and. Connectl when the baby I* pale and fretful, the Next ':..ale' the Water A Carson' 'will have to be.written, by men. who till absent the ease was'continued_ till':''

proportion (percentae) of any cut Congregationalism was the State mother does not know'what to o.A\' Grocery Co'.,', packing house will have been trained to'Interpret )it 1m- next term; ,
contained thereinAs .- 'I bottle of this medicine will bring part.lal1'-J'oe Chandler Harris '
; in
alcohol etc.* "lI lon. The church' was supported open for thseason, and fruit will : '
.ben are many liquors., spirituous I b'y State. t.a.ltloa.b.* clergy ,ono color his his Give cheeks it a.and trial.laughter Sold. by begin t.O.more_ at. a lively rate. ember Uncle Remus 1lagailni ,,for, ..Nov. Htfff .CxpreM. OffHt:';; n>- / f

; ;malt and vinous ..lesH; olderssad' chosen,w. retained. for life or during Roberson's, Pharmacy. Small shipments ,have been going . KUslouoee U to have a new exeress' .

'divers so-called non-aleohollo good behavior. Purl aalc laws, forward for several week., but the Letter .to Bi' -L office, aeparau and. apart" frees the r, :
drinks, -"Uop-sle..n .""Hop-ollnes strictly' enforced punished severelymen Death .f V. L Emerson.: fruit a.* a. general. thing, I. late, 'this Lealey.KI88IMMEB railroad oSloa.-: 'A.atet G. K", Parfcer'ha '

."Malt.."'."Mai brow" "Ono," and ot ,heretical views, blasphemers, 1 'rbe' year and very little-of it as, yet ;1.1 fit FLA tendered his met....*... as,j''aApt<< '
deathof ''
nany ordinary beers, with from two, or any violation of the strict".observance following account of the, to eat. Dear Sir: 'H...*'*' a tale' "with a. for the" Southern ..,.... .>*..*a/'*>' .

'to *U'per cent or nxwe. alcohol there- of. the Sabbath. In' Massachusetts y. L. Emerson, who 1 formerly Messn. 'Henry L., Overstreet. 'and. point to it.' Florida I*' the .hardest this. +''place to'' take;' .....: ..,!.*.>> :,

la; U necessary for all dealers ,a Catholic priest, 'In cat he lived' In. Klsslmmee", is taken' from Ed. Keea have\ Mewed the manage. Gateu the Union for paint.. lit, and the..i.**",will,...... asjMoAoe .
to ""have same properly labeled at tried to exercise ministerial dude the'23rd.Tampa' New. of October. mint of' the, above named packinghouse '01lm ...;A Davis Co.,;: .Tallahassee, probablv onjth*>la>*er. ..the: r{

:! oooe orb; made liable under Sec- was Imprisoned: for life. No one wa this season, and will, pack the Florid, think they know what; paint passenger depot awl pet.'ae-,.cgras ia"

tlon 1 f.t.M.I for-mlabrandin*. allowed. to express a doubt! a* to the t'Found at Palmetto Beaohlate'Sat.urday fl'1l1"uDder contract. The), ,opening can do in their climate; '\be:"''" been charge.The{ ,*..).*.* 'ssussp suj>. will 1?

;-na 'w was approved June .3d, nature. of Christ; the Trinity the afternoon In a rather secluded next week '.will W\ with a'. small painting for 35 years,'Dvoe ten years; also put a isss*..,.;eei. se'' 'Sus sir.

i been published In full by philosophy of.tbe plan sot salvation, place and la an .unconscious conditionwith force, which: will be. ,increased 'a* and they Say Devoe wears 10 :-year*- Belt and.Mle-laa* fsi*.>,0 ....\,, -
a bruised spot upon his back '
word la the fruit |>hlr words ,are: "Building ,w 1i
the of
the' State has or Inspiration every ripnv *
of papers .
.Wllber published in .a. 'number of the Bible.' PollOI: offloers arrested. Mr.: Emerson, a well-known white It estimated .that' there ,11""about painted Devo 10.',.....' ago 'are la 'r... '
al.o Sls '
been citizen of the Mile Creeksection, ? "'r t!
oty together'with .the other any. one caught reading 'i'for "pleasure \his' ; half acropof fruit In this section and good condition of palM today J ti' c iIIa' "v1 ;., ....
taken that ; "
paper was to home evening. '
i"W' of .1901"f on the Sabbathand 'shut them up In Late yesterday afternoon. he died and prices are' ranging high' 'some Thy alee say. lead...aad-oil. wears ,".., ..'f!"\ , ,
f (jaw 10'palDpW the town Dare, People 'not 'going to oranges brt tot tl.50 s'box on.'aM t++r+i'
A large issu of tbs. this afternoon his remains .were. Interred '
church were caught and carried to the tree; :The price however are y ,,
ia* byes mad*, ,aad, oople In Oaklawn .oemeteriv the ? : "
meeting house In seven of.the Slates. largely governed bt the quality'. 'and >
of death. helD ascribed to <
sailed to all applicants. cause ,,
the Church of England "'H' tolerated location. of the fruit.
: II\IILbii"
.lnoepteniber heart f Uure: found the Lore ,
"in force When J" w"
law ha
.> and. supported by .....&&Ioa.; It was .. .
' 1st, l00"f,' allowing' 'all not until 1799-that tbe Catholics were sut>ptlon was' that heeither, had Successful l ,Poor faraa. "I I Mti" + .

.parties interacted' ample: time to 'Inform permitted to, hold ..rdoe' In ill the fallen. from bis buggy.."nearby,' or From at :l least two Florida counties !' All, Kindsi0f t t, Frames a Cl '

[ \ themelTes'as: to Its require'meow. States-and the Intolerance of the earlier bad been felled by an assassin. com* .satisfactory reports about their FUNERAL DIRECTOR' t 1{ Jjt'ad.' Order '
o'ha law. Is to '!.'O. continued to grow worse from to ;. \
ublot : ; ,
'The years gave way to 1D0re'.DI..rb.. .. poor farms; The Ocala Star announoes i .: irr .
prevent th..;sale of Impure, ..adulterated : ened view, "Today witnesses all the the time he was dllOO.ered'I&IId takento that M&n&eeI"CI..reDCII. Priest of the < LICENSED. EMBALMER n-' "'"? "
mUbranded ,apurlous good, sects working harmoniously b.. home until Monday)morning, Marlon'declared that its Prompt attention Olvenio' e .

to protect tbe bopeeI. manufacturer or prominent,together for the uplifting of the human whence rallied: Until the 'time 'of eleven jomates "were getting on splendidly < .. .. '. .11., orders lentbp'telagrspi ir 11 ," ...1
his death he unconscious and : (
oomnetltlon was was 'J r
dealer, 'from the vntrtr race. A'. the 'opening of the ," and .continuing,, Mr. Priest. .Also NiceLine of Ladies' and I it : .
utter- able to clear the mystery surrounding 'Ji
of the makers of impure or never '" 3 : *" *
Peace Cooties, ''April 14th in New aid. .The crops have beaD good ..Gents
lied. goods end to project the consumer York; a. bishop of' the. Protestant. his presence near Palmetto and there'will be-plenty of the staple ; 'Burial Robes. .J ,

from adujteratedj sporlou anaoften Episcopal Church a .Rom.D'- Catholic Beach.' products to'se*; ,tb* .Inmate. ) do not y .Residence .West Side 'of ::4''
drlak .sod 'The deceased wa about 60 years of PHONE 78 Court House Square'. '
dangerous drug. Archbishop and a dl.LIIIJr'ul.hedJeWi.b r suffer, t ,; . .
site and for many'years 'wa* 'a familiar ........... ,. eici6a.. . ... - .. ""'
.foods, Rabbi each took a, prolll- with From the Ktstimmee Valley Gazette + c k duAcuAc.. ;iuBiAi. cedc#.BcjStiAulkJWe .- .vVVVVV -- yy
figure Tampa street*,
me execution law. > *n- harmonious Thee- : w .
the and part. .L
oj. inent his wife having conducted a boardinghouse . .' -,.. ...r.
trusted of Agriculture the Liberal Congress of Mln-
..1 the Department stool at Zaok and Ashley street,'and iVVV Q&

la general under the direction |liters. la Boston, held In September, later at 'Polk and Ashley streets I IkDo..a' "j': J _. ..

/otfts. Commissioner o4 .Aerloul ure. ",a.'at.t.eode4 by.. the clergy of about ... the Emerson' House He 1*
1 ',Ts'direct.up.rvlslod ,eiecutlon the Various denomination. in our I
.and all '
children Mr. W. C.
survived br two ,
.oTthelaw,.1* placed in the hand of country. Perhaps. the most I '
\ Bell..ra.o' Ros'avenue, this city,,
.. State Chemist., and his assistants\ showing the remarkable I :
and Henry Emerson, of ,
tied Jflpa' J
.I correspondence Should be,with change In toleranceof opinion on theological . 'I, rom V
''Department of Agriculture. AH 'doc'rlDM" found In' the ;

,, ,blank,:pamphlets.'rules\ regulatloos, erection at Geneva or: an explatorv. The Cow- Nuisance. I ,

I standards.decision, ata. can b* ob- monument to Michael Servetu. This The writer on' Ibis .uoject> seem' to .

I 'tallied. bv writing to thComtnllooer. was alluded to'by Rev. .Llo Jenkins have quieted down- before time with ., .-:. .' //1"' '
'Agriculture<< for the same. Jones at a eet.IllIr'or a Liberal'Con* 1,000 head of cattle camping on. our ' -

9 i.. ':'While.U i.i ,, iot'the intention of? the greY held October 6th In Chicago: '. I street at night. adbe.! sidewalk. :have just received' a 'fine\ assortment: ofJAPANESE : ,

L'Pftart.m'Dt."t.O harshly Interpret.; nor "And so It Is with crest. Joy that. I polluted'. until Lb. are .hearer' Impassible / <*fIff

1 to enforce with undue rigor the law, tonight welcome to' this platform}the In some place,, '..nd":; filthy ,; '

nrle* and regulations H will. requires representative'of 'what In 'ouriupeis everywhere: this Is surely 110. .time,- to GOODSof / "-ff ?-
'' let up ''the".ubJect. f ..'
. "manufacturers and' dealers* to fetal w.t'we'may call differing forma on : : _

'comply"with tbe'.ame, and :.when 1115teand of faitbiltIS'with; ,, ; !great Joy that I Auotber'Important' .,Item, not' yet : all descriptions sUftaJj'le''for' Birthday. ,and :'
urged'is the fact' :' !+ .
that tbe law. Is' being evaded, welcome to' platform represents : that the majority .' "It
"o 'ignored'' ,prompt action will he t.a... of far distant and far removed of these cattle .,.loa'kI-'peopl.' who Wedding; :;Presents.; 'v n
t_ peoples.. Per ,tonight w*. ,welcome live In the country; and who, of course '** .. ., ,SS . .
fr ..England, France and that pay Q'01t.7'. taxe.', 'We are:.liMing 1 .' ,
.! U to be, ::1ioPecl .O: .,. the .- 'Pure Scotland, '
> ,
Toed and Drug Law'? like the "ConrMpl.l new world' on this aide',of the "Atlantic.Twd these and with cattle at adysntate'whateyer our own inoonvenience Our selection l. consists of>fBa> .r'S; f enatCu' ari iilnB': ; ,. q .0 ,'"
no but "
*' aDd the or more ago the 'PJWS* 1 ,! '. Cushions Pillows ;Lanterns Parasols; (
.Fertiliser La*. years rattier dlsalvaatage. : ,: ;Wick t'tvork, and a.:ttutttor"'eus
'M rte hlob'w.. carried to a suc Well, little as !Ibe public may; think : costly 'I...useful, :.rnanientalCklna'aud'" I .'
N epee be understood by manufacturers movement of U Ktulmme.wfll; : -autre, '1a more Bric-a-brac.. : > '

r; dealers and ooU.u1Oe.bu protects cae.fultalue bj which they dedicatedwhat ways than one If this thing, goes. oa: We ,would call attention our mp1et.'LlaeOI ,'
'.lmg\\ alike. "! honest ''manufaotnrer, Is known as the Expiatory Monumsnt ,, : to l Fleer Coverin -- ,,,
Be assured &b.,
:dealer and consumer, from the. / fraud- to-Michael Servetns;: .he who help to build aome up the..c place /.nl .Bi;;co istini( Carpets. ,; Mattings' ,:Rugs.' .:Art Squares f tiFc, .lt;atreasonaMe : .i

I.ulantspurious; ; ," ;unwholesome,, or' was put to death. burwsd at the Stake,. not bom*, here 'If ''they', nave to .encounter prlc*>s.,. j. \ : '

'd. c1Iitlnif_*rcn food thdDep.ranwi'lil'bail*, and 4sef .; with the.eotlvUv consent:'of If, 'John'not throarh'Calvin' :the';;; 'tbfounder direct 1 _thle'nlth._ ,,' .. : .ACmzxX."' ) .,M.. : COME'AND'L': :: ;' .:T'.US: . ,';SHOWYOU. WHAT: ::"W.EFI;: lE't

...........; sad moral "support, of Proustantisnj.SaadersVTbea-, *, ,7irrtama...... 'lail. b. ;) J'. 'I'' "
other day' la '. .
:oUis..s i, .|MI' --Stale. ,who Th* ..... .III'' Immense B. o." t.wre"kCombW'ielwmlili ;! ii; '. "
.Cambridge.' :a( ; : :
yeti '
.. food $151Ioe WZBMAKIN8ON:
i to otftato e.apu. ; 'C-: :
UIlIUt.r1u.aacS other,lib _(Camabel18tat.1011 burned>.about ;
audleno* of : ; f :
... .> ........ their"wlvvufMtar.m .
t ; : .. .. .
1o'oloe Wednesday ,
night Tbepraorteally
voted with almoat mnanimoa eatatassi ; "J" .
,+ ", : ..: ... .. Seals (.. KI68IM MEM.' PL.OuID.a. ,.. ' ., ;
,! aW.W "
to take part.-ia i.tbe ..rsetsesr ne \new re-' 'M .i( 4\ ,
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frbico Bis remark pottmyed.I ? O a 6
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njInHng-matters between ae Mtatff. -
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h, i" \ 1Ce know,earli otkrrteo, we" foes. oflJeferson' Davi* Laded d
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A ,Teak........ : 1 -_ rungs of tie ladder for yea are half By President Roosevelt when
'VOUNG w jran It already;.a. t In climbing jobave .,' ( .r .
oF. > found flue1 to give a helping 11I11
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M slow eoMb 'ahor.-yu. wne '
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r r.idJd;: MISTLEYofa bid fair. to stick where b*.,....... I ant CAUSED; GREATCNEERINGGhl.f

not .blind nor am 1 Mbamed to acknowledicf
s-s-.ic. f!: tbat you .are a'shrpce fellow

than I. You are my; superior la Exeutlv HERBINE'Will
Spend a Oarn Vicksburg >
'Il. the. work we liar bad to-do tngeher.and .
: there 1* no reason why. It, should and I. Aoeordl Tremendous ,

1s 1.. Miceaed. T ie difference lies to Ovation.rMakss an |Inter ..". 'I'J'f,

'H,r fact that yon were born to.It, and !
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.JIIir)1'I1'Jt'S1' 'If Jr It'Jr. W JrR r J1'J't"JrJl'ma. I ..bad"*.it Ererythlng forced upon In me you by.point tHrctimstsnre to- for the whole bodT. To expect
Ifnr" the maJn.cprIDg
Attars fortnight spent In the Louisiana .The .To do eo !
If InI hat'1'r..d.nC"e dMlgned! for; In rood order. ?
CHAPTER IL. 2 great and lmport nt matter. yon good health, one mast keep the Bret thb -
Continued.n Il1 I ttotulng else He rould. with nafaillnc with nie rests only the honor of finding canebrake and looking bronzed a regulator U needed. lterbine will put)"our' beadvbea.In nditlon i

*.>, however did not eppeai to n o. I! discrimination ...UlerODod bins ibis oat the Intention, of Providence. Your std vigorous.! President Roosevelt paid U should be and yon wUl not suffer from t 7 jk
men be requlrrd. At a glance! lie recog- rift of languages points to It, your CORE'FOR. 1 ,
lice her glance; "be was looking at bitprogram ,tutasd the nrtirlnc man a mere thoughtless restless love of travel your very face Ii filing visit to Yicksburg, Mlssv.J>n A POSITIVE y y

"Tea, b* said! presently creature of courage: whose amMl .....f'tJ.111." look at me-I say something )onday afternoon CHILLS AND''
"I tav. bad two with the Baroue s; 1 CONSTIPATION. .
tio l n"lay la the two letter "V. C.: very (diplomatic and the best Iran .
With Major B. W. Griffith and Gen.
should b* surprised sbe Anuer ,
wbose soft heart was the most vuhwrable do in the way of disguising myfeellncs FEVER..BiUOUSNESS. : ,
There I I. omethlnr about tal Stephen D. Lea. he entered 'a
portion of til* anatomy Lie head ; .If to look blank and vacant: A1 ID"ALL LIVER COMPLAINTS.Has ;;
tile way JIbe hold herself which lends c carriage which! beaded
a parade,
'. being tb* least so when bird knocks whereas" you can think on tiling nnd '
one te think;: so." 1 were flylnx Tlie tbinLer. alto, could' nuke your face express the very opposite. which passed through the principal
"I sb* Is Tecy lovely: said World OfGood.
suppose the colonel select I from the crowded ." streets to the national cemetery.At ; Done A
ber, Rl lave..
Lena smoothing
rank of human worker He had no MIMIry was Intensely relieved at thl* the corner of Cherry and Clay 'tI'Titen "1 J+at'eunod
"" h* Is beautiful woman,,, replied PhUleyMarfJio Falj Texna.
**. a Mrs. Co D.
need for and took>bot small Interestjn moment to catch sight of the dUUntspires streets the procession was halted andtioenl and dod It the trt'at liver corrective I haTO over w
her mot Indifferently."Wboissber'asked I1erbln8
er. thinker of which enabled him world or good.
t Mistley, quietly. the slow and deliberate of Flufbiu Stephen D"Lee, commanderlathier tried. It done my family as well as myself a
; such material produces essay writersand to chance the subject Like many of trleQd& I never sutler fltulapoadaches
It was an Innocent little question. Innocently of the United Confederate Vet and I recommend It to aU mT
specialists; but be knew full well tie ('OClJt rTmen. be could not bear Ue- '
aDJ'IDure. .
liked, but It received uo re erans-stood ap and told the president
- the value of II brilliant, and rapid man lug:: tbaubrd. ., SOc: WILL BUY IT.
r ed ply. Mrs. Wright shrugged bee sboulder whose thoughts are almost Instinctive \. that several hundred union and confederate .
and tipped her coffee. LvnncY'Lowe .. unfold Itself before veteran stood! before him and hedeall'ed
-one who, a plot
raised his head and hissolemn .. Liniment
slowly C.UArTER IV Ballard Snow
him.. can at once and with light that the chief executive ahouldmeet
bin eyes retted loqulriuglyttpon I touch lay lii* finger upon the motive The Favorite Son. "'these old warriors." The president ; N Second St. ,'$T. LOUIS MO.\
th* young sailor's ,face. Lena 500-502 ,'
continued to smooth ber gloves. This and say. This It what be I* leadingup Victoria! Station It not a favorite) resort store In hid.carriage and cordially ; 'y

question obrioutly possessed no Inter- to," "That I I. what, he will do nexti" xit tbe fashionable world between shook band with the old.aoldlera. '.

r k# eat for tar (If them except )JlaU.,.. and who like a skillful chest player, the hour cf seven and eight la the Arriving at the cemetery the party Recammended'byFor '
cnn execute a counter move of apparmtlr Sold and :
and bl* was only' the pasting thoncht morning. In fact that sweetest. freshest drove slowly,through the national bury.isg ,
0 t l a young man upon the possible.. history ;.rtl.i.-'Ce-mH.trlfllnr importance. which everything when most entrancing.. hour 1 I. rather apt ground the president tricing a. I' Sale at ROBERSON'S DRUG STORE. l p

of a beautiful woman. lib it. carries In London, to be dull and somewhat, lely/ Interest In"'the historic place. ..s.---. .... ...--...... .., __
dismal; therefore best spent In bed.
9 SBBIBS B **BIB Of this Utter type was Wlnyard Th* early, porters were busy sweeping from the cemetery the party drove tot KISSIMMEE '
\\J / CHAPTEIl ilL I Mistley and the colonel was fully tip with long brushes tbe dust shaken the t court house square, where au Im ,

i,.. Comrade. aware bat the beat step he ever took from the feet of many a weary, traveler ': Bene crowd bad gathered bear the

s _'-By George. Mistier,, this I* splendid! in his life 'was to persuade that ;youngofficer and sprinkling water In strange peecbmaking.; ;

listen to this from the Cologne'paper: when fretting under the command circular pttternt upon tbe pavement President Roosevelt was Introduced RIVER POUTEI
"*W learn from London of a man somewhat bill Inferior when the first hansom ,
our correspondent of tbe station, bY Representative John Sharp Wlllama. ,
that tb* Mayor of Dover in in many trays, to leave tbe army( and cab of the day mad it. appearance! /'
b could not retain hitcommission The congressman elicited' .trew@ncloua TAMER LILLIEITICAMER: KOSEADA.
join him. since ,
y bla roLjt of office awaited yesterday. "with ranch clatter of hoofs.
the arrival o( the Calais boat", despite and accept the offer. Twoyears From It there alighted a, brisk little applause when be said: Captain Clay Johnson, Sr. Captain Clay Johnson. 3'

,ith* heavy rain to which be yrs. fully of constant Intercourse of days lady who Instantly glanced up at tbe "You cannot In the history of any Regular vekly trips. to Basslnger. sad return. Ro.*a leaves. Klwlarsee

exposed on the pier for the purpose of spent In the performance of a common clock Her movements were very I country-ancient or modern"nd a Tuesday' morning, and arrives rlsalmmee'Friday ereclog.

'.a address to Colonel Wright and his task and nights pasted together in quick without being in tbe least (uP y.Many IlIcce..loD of twenty-flve king, can Special Charter Trip to Lake Ok8cwobe and Fort Mire on tics Utile.

.: .b l* coadjutor, Mr. tllnyard' various degrees of discomfort often a man'In passing that girlish perors or even prime minister the Comfortable 'accommodation for paeteitcera. Rates.reasonable..

deliver-' 'The translation here Is amounting to danger will do much toobiltente'tbr form in tbe street had turned his bead \,dual* In intelligence culture courage The most picturesque Waterway In Florida

,sxKnewhat literal .'On the arrival ofth between' that Invariably. to be met by a pair of calm gray eyes, or character to the'twentyfve! preside roc Passenger and Freight Rates apply) to .. i
stands belonging to different -
boat'it w-tt, however-discovered a with a shock of surprise that the of this CLAY JOHNSON. .8R. Proprietor.On .
great republic from 'J
generation. It had been so with
r, that Co/onel'Wright .D4.Jlr.' MUtteyr pretty. energetic! face was surmounted hoard -..Im.." Klsilmae FU,
I :* r*' not on board., They parted from Colonel Wright and Wlnyard Mistley. b7 amass of silvery hair. Mrs. MistY'wliIte -' \'ablngtoa/ to Roosevelt both Inclu- tk

the Indian passengers at Brindlsi. and Two, small black boxes lost In a ..,.. hair was an Inherited pey aloe. Of thee 1-a southern Bourbon ;

;810' one appears to bar learned by chaos of huge trunks somewhere In the 'QllantT. ,Long thick and silky It *mocrat-have an American pride and The' 9I

p 'what rout* they >parposedreteroi to van, .were' ail they could claim and .was gray at tbe temples when she feature In saying that 'the last I I. by

Kngland It will be remembered that there wo something characterise married faJer, MUtlpy.' It did not bO means least the

these gentienen .have been engagedpon'aq oven., In these small receptacles identical change much for two year after that; ''It U an honor for you and me, fellowJlsslsaipplanst Plight of R.a

arduous diplomatic service on In form sic and cchor'they ap. t but at the end of the third year, when .M1
to meet and entertain
peared to cling as if from long habltude lroa'dSl'IS"
tile Indian frontier .andtheir
abe returned from India a widow of :
and resolute defense of the ,.to each other. Th* Same label I trenty-two, it ,was \rhiterShe. wore with an ,old.tlme; full-hearted southern Charles Cochrane.

acknowledged rights of the country in and enticing hotel placard were to be : It piled up high upon her graceful \( oo jiltalltyJUi; Hon. Theodore Roose

tb*midst of treacherous 'friends alldIIIlKJ'UPuJoa. found on both; and in particular therewas I Lead. after a fashion which vaguely \"et-an! : honor flowing at one from ,
foes/ etc." around each a slight indented Lambelle bin official dignity and from his
suggested Madame d* or manssScetient
"tt.i '" _' 'be peaker.. or reader' was a tall, mark'' as if from chafe or friction,'iuch'ai i: some other gracious lady of the old traits of private character.U 'IIE> great railway systems of the United States are now to, '
r 7-ba1J'.4' reran .military alpect on* tees. round a 'riverside pott. the market trying to borrow money to the total of over on.
Drench court :Jfe our chit ruazl trate. America's
This betrayed the hardships they bad I 'billion'' dollars. The money Is needed to Increase their
His. zoustacb*was almost whit. and I :Mrs. Mittley .walked at far ." th* chief magistrate, the chief"magis ,, "'
pasted through one on 'each side of trackage and rolling stock, .and to bang
cat rather clot hi His feature I
to. Ups. platform, and finding no one there; returned Thougpro.perdua
tAt of a reunited Dixieland and Van- M
showed sign of having ence been a weary pacLhorse.. balancing and tup- I to jh4'.lIt..ante of tbe.station.' new business In Increased volume.' ?

tiDe, but wrinkles; and. hardsbipa had lag each other lathed together thoughseparated I Presently A small victoria arrived and keelaadnever so flnnly, cemented la they have not the money to make the Improvements because -

bDged all flit Hi not was long by the body of their bearer, 'from It Mrs. Wright alighted.. The two blood, opinion. and sentiment as they '' their treasuries have been gutted by high finance ,

>'.nd aquiline,:a.true milltary,.fearure, Many of us, metbluks, go through our adle kissed each other warmly, and are today. The: 'multi-millionaires who have been reaping tremevdous*, ,

.bat It was, peculiarly thin; and the travels like t bet e...road worn trunks, both remembered later that tbat form When the President arose to reply. harvests by consolidations. and stock-watering and bonding

.klB, ,thcygh-brown, was 'transparent with a mark of friction upon ut, snow* of salutation bad, pot passed between We big crowd accorded him a. noisy have Impoverished the roads, and now tarn to the public asking for swollen

sad mOreis1 free from that suggestive lug that w1 have cant through. Agrocer i beta since the caressingly affectionate tlon.' Hat, handkerchiefs, loans and are' surprised to, Had that the public does not respond cordially as.

2'.+ ................ .: Ktewbaytfofre* _for.fosUnee,.though he* be ,, days 'of their girlhood Mrs. Wrightwas parabola and what not by of yore. . .
geentJy'tonn4 upon"the features of clad in purple and fine linen seems tome somewhat pale but she returned were: waved The Pennsylvania railroad alone has raised IS60.000.000 in the pact fiveyears. '.

elderly military men. H* Is id"'aside to have alight Indentation around her friend' smile bravely, and they tit* crowd and the cheering last moral and is calling for more. The St. Paul road wants to borrow 1100,000

,tile German newspaper and lookedl.t' centre" of his person*, where (heapron turned toward the 'platform Indicated minutes.Imnidlately. 000; the Northern Pacific $95.000,000. the Great Northern 60000.000; New
reowpanton string..was wont to press. .H It ", """ after closing his address : "while the New York. New,, Ilaven
bl*, with ;a ,twloklof! ,,, br>: the porter ,York Central $50.000,000 A Hartford wilL
'Amusement In hi* grey eye*. his,"bl_ trade-mark,: It bare I Presently they at down' upon a blgby President Roosevelt and party were be satisfied with 926.000,000? and the Southern with only $15,000,000 for"th*.

.No. no."said the younger man, gay- worn and:chafed into his.soul a* into polished seat,and,bidden in tbe foldsof rpidly driven to the" Yacod and Mississippi ' present: Actually there Is not a single great railway I In the land but It I face'

r'z ly.MOo on-let as have it all-I like his body their,dresned their bands met! and railway station where a .sp*: to tact with the necessity for making ,great and .radical Improvements, and, ,a
It;*.* and b* returned gravely to the-dlt- \VJnJ' lay back in hi* corner clasped each other. cal stood In waiting.At wants millions to'carr,., them through '

evasion of a piece of chocolate.: serenely unconscious of his,, senior's "Do yon remember," said Mr. Mlsteyt the, depot an enthusiastic Mlsslsslbplan Had these railways kept In their treasuries the' vast sums that hsye'heeldiverted
"".unscrupulous foe/ continued steady cue: Colonel Wright wisabsently finance and promotion, the active
wIth pathetic little smile., 'allbe :' '' by high managers of tile properties ;
,Colonel :Wright, reading from the paper looking athim, merely because nonsense we talked in the old yelled "Goodbye Teddy; .you would have been able five years ago (when they saw that business was grow

as It; lay, 'unscrupulous foes'.oh. yes; ,, perhaps, that clear-cut, intelligent lelun days now we were never gong cAn get anything Mississippi has got" log be'onctbelr ability to' handle! } to buy freight car for $800 that today coat

here it 'undoubtedly saved the Indian face was the most Interesting obJect'lo to cease corresponding; bow, If ws_ and this seemed to please the president 1300. and to buy rail. at $21. instead of.$29. If they had borrowed then for ;tit

Empire endless trouble and strife light. At length. h* spoke with married we were to b* constant commnlont At 5:30: 'the train'pulled,out such Improvements they could hate had the money at four percent, which !.
.U 'upon the frontier vrhll a graver mis- tbe determined sir of} one who has ; bow our children .were to In his speech: the president said In not now forthcoming at six percentFrom Smith's Magacln. .

bap has perhaps beeh"averted,. and the weighed his ,words carefully, having arrow up together as brothers and ala I/Art: II K Nk ,
pence of'',Europe preserved tb something rather difficult to say.,
by "In tald'ln tern; bow-our husbands were to be ."Mr. Mayor, Mr. W1111ams' and you 'It
tweutyfoorhours b
+ prompt and consistent action of these a ,
frl diT' '
two soldler-Uteimen.' <*;ally speculative; tone, "our official relationSliia . Mrs. hosts my fellow Americans!, It!'is In. 4 / '
"I am afraid.replied Wright; >
k'Wlnyard. Mistley, wagged his cesses.f yr deed an honor for me to be today the I
bead I "tbat we foolish and ,< were
very .I
':yery ssplently, and,,,.addressing 'Lip I ."A1A.!'' observed Ul..Uey' with..ready in those days,1" guest'of Vicksburg and o('Mississippi.I w'

,,r alit toitie-piece: of chocolate in hi. cheerfulness.lI The brisk little lady! stopped short I was, Inexpressibly. touched by

band b. obterTel: do.not wish you, Mistier.! ," continued She was at n lot for something to say the,' greeting 'over that 'great. arch 'of : ;
.,, "K"Oh.jesI. gather disappointing fortbe" tbe colonel gravely "to'.o '-a very rare occurrence. Mrs. Mistier cotton'" 'bale* .*' I cam up from the .

Mayor. of Dover".. rbcolonelr, \ away.without Luowlng how,fully I appreciate bad!, touched upon a pge'Clf be? rife boat;; which said ,that, 'Mississippi .

_ i "RSther. replied .the old. soldier and bar appreciated' nil your which was close to per friend. ,Those greets her president (Applause.)', By' Hon...Jame Bryce.Brltlth i
x .toldlDa,tile newspaper 4. nnfalng!) paUe c.; your skUI. and your three years of married lit. -were as 'a''. .
'"You .will 'b* plea ted'.to' remember Lapps power of, ever being ,cheerful : sacred memory, and ,)Ira: Wright "It. was from Vlckaburgtbat'a company JJmbassador.. '

Utl brilliant Idea of d.odgingth.ltayprr and good humored under' ,the most try* thought,"tbat the pages",were better, of that famous ,regiment,wblch'Non t.
of Doves anll' th. 'tect.of his'' kind Ing circumstances. As for my own left unread undying renown.In"th Mexican '-\,' *' .

t manated from my, fertile brain."' personal feelings the matter I have "Who would han thought""said y/ar pnder the gallant lea erablp'of It.eGlc'.nel ..........* OSTof.Us'. probably 'rejoice that w* did not live ,In,th._flftih.eo ,h

*. :Tbla remark called for uo reply, and never ,'ceated.'to ,cougrttU;lot*,,myself Mrs. Mistier, 'presently.'*'-that' w. ; who .afterwards.; became' this :.. .!.. ....*>or, the tenth' or. even' In the seventeenth, century Of tae

for. some time tire two. 'men were, silent upon' my action two year ago In asking should have one day to be waiting mete favorite' son, 'not ,only"of' .Mississippi, ' .; ; Christian era.' When1 we think of those times we sea their ,

Tbey wer*.tested ,opposite to 'each you to Join me., and I only bop.tlutyou'wliI for your tnshand\ and my ''ton-.waiting but 'ot all the'south, Jefferson Davis.'. < > dark'side and 'w* feet now'much we should antis in wblctv" ", i 1

other In, a firtt{:cjatt.railway carriage, .nen."bllv.'CAU., to re together for them to arrive" together? came (Applause.It .) -- M X''we now take pleasure. But can w* b* sure that the Individ
.n airy,.fcroad compartment lined withtbrown .. /. ;* -< ;ual man In those pat centuries. had on the
.gret"roe '' ....;.1: .... . ; It almottseems, as if Providence had ''- is a godd'thing.tor'an American ; average' a worse-
linen. (A fin* dust floated1 Jbt ; ." replied Mlttl",!.. looking! beard our Klrllth. vows; 'for w. have .eeeeeeee*",Um .than ,the a.r'ae.IIIan. has now' He was In' many'' r
:r' stir, and.lay on every, nvsilble'spactt. '' oat ,ot',1h:' **',window, aDd purposely. Mm' together again after' all thes. president totravel over the* country; !NNS,.,e..\\PQlpt.le.. sensitive suffering: .than we are, and he may

A for,th. train was rushing ever the bare avoiding the colonel' face "Uiese.two years, and, our .children will befriends pot,/&r'what* D*, can' teach, butfbr, have enjoyed some things more intensely. The literature of "

plains of the Netherland.' ; yeara'jiavsu simply .b..U,1a;, holiday. /? f; *_ ,* f .'"" what h.'CAq \learn I twice have,been' th'* seven'centuries, ,that preceded our own Is In many ways quite as.buoyantly!
l Wlnyard JtittUy ,'wa. *a eminentlypracticalyoung India :'Wai not the "Yea," ,said c Mrs.? Wright, nbtently.rYes. ; 4ow'n lo'thls'alluvial< delta of theMI, *+ In spirit .. our own., It Is often thought'that the fear of torment in." future-; "I

i > man., He wa an work for m* at all-tb r". our children will be friends.". ; l..JppL'1J1 each 'casa. I.;came'prl- life must have brooded! like a dark cloUd over the mind of past generations, '.
'J dept at;mending his,, own clothes, unavoidable routlne-too' little" to do, Then they relapsed Into tllence..It marlly- for'bear. "'d*that the tendency of oplnlon'wblcb has attenuated thl.'tear.r.preltl1ta' *w ;tt: :
d'cook1ng'LU own dinner, and grooming and too much tlm.,it ., 'grat"' ;brightening In'tbe'sky I : : .LuereUns held',that tile'
.. ? ": o4t In.. ,Be.11dbe"there" : -. wa* only-natural! that Mrs.:Ulstt** AJVoiceDld; you 'get greatest service ever) :'
a bis owe '/ors.: 'Practical! poop!.;how.t Tl ; I any, rendered to mankind was that rendered : '
always the feeling that should .b* ,thinklng..of her font. at that : ; time' by BpleuVus, when he dispelled'thos.' ;
last tie
t ever or* not necettartly devoid'of sentiment the first fool I "-who< comes'along with his moment, and tb*4boogtit were ippar'vutly "The : got 'em; flratftm.iln mists ol aaclent peraUttoD: which'bad: produced: human.acrffle, *. .Other

: <-Tte. hid* It-that 14'al .' '{What bead.full; *f theory: could do fb_,work!;) ', pleasant for I occatlontliy-;si. Ilcan"say'1n: is fbi tears ,and mists settled,down' not so.long after?the, days of Lucretlu. and. ,n.dlrectao-.:

,dreaming they may, Indulge. in is don a-Well, If ndt better.'than; one's? aelf, smiled with a passing gleam of pride,. In t. broke ,*y.n. ai.many" of them.N'they lation of the' teaching' It respect, .superstitioncaused, far more*' r., ,

Ut private, r : .. There :absolutely 6findividuality lathe her'e1'.. Her two sons, appeared. to did or tee. '''But oneacb'; : occa, ibloodshed,and IIItt6n* ;altaI" tit time than It had,ever caused before:

( ,Hi. wan striking face, whether In army W* are like so many brats her maternal vision inch u .anymotherltnlgbtyeaseuablybe alom'Ilearned.! ;i ' lot (that' had4nothingto ;cwtlon has now} vonlthd J and' Vlth It the terrors. .to. which. .tuoerftitton: q..PieaJet1r.
anima U ltor ;repose, with dark gray b ttOll.,on.a tunic: it 40wlth" the' *Minting From The-Atlantic,' :
proud bear
t"o' IU.I C
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07,1 of singular penetration; eye tha t they b.o.W pet hack In Reversed order "' If- ..Hmi'to :) '- ' ""
'"It American c '
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;; TotDecootlntted : no
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vl eiiiom sjnlled y w. ,Paabbllleat.Th. ..
{A tl pStt the rssdinns of or" two new.ont'csn b* sewed on. and 1 t1i\ '" I .Hxaues Easy, fA
( .tit*' 'IIpt,':which smiled perhaps too no on* Is the wiser-tb* tunic is neither fT..I... t/tWi.' RY.ita'Itair.KJ"' ,}J.' preal could :',time better .'PutPo...of punishment U 'not loan 'who ,, ".ka 'a 'ezcu.d'1br": _"

_.n,., 5 I+great charm about him ear better oar wort*. Thank to you, IJlaJlI..loDI'.t''k yA.earchlfghlrnynte4: byAE Cn-r tbsn ,bjseelag'toc(hJ) .elt, just.*what. to ...dlet. an endless pain but to II neglect .r delay concerning! :,
it Jill, peculiar! unaffectednett., ; Whatever ".tton.- Thanks Urtug-Wsted byiththiefofficers chand :wonderful'region the lower awaken the i soul of the offender to can flnd. each ezonae: Th. rellalon', ,).. ,.: w
; Jo you, : nod, Is man why '.
his folly It '
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UNS'A6 : ; .:;yieeldeet:1Mlted'a 1 ,.bUr/.late ,Tuesday was favored wtOser- .......... ef totten Mofcer*;:. '' .I .P.r. Peed Law In flaat.'
'FJlEEL USED ,.'.afternoon. CAPITAUS: BOILINGQVE8':; I teet, .weather.The ...Brwere.. 'The"fsnteejs; of the. 'J Sea ''Island: 'cot 'CaiAato V E. a... of TaUaaaesoew
\ !h.W In the''9tI1..N'W ton'bett liissneoOie: of ..;. star state
istttc eaeiitM et 1'IorI.... ha
jptjl- 1letall. of.$. killing are known . {Ii lest re-
Nedotdq.viral' 'that'' :It .took plaee.UteIn'' the { York\ : building where an ;oration",was Iooattyseem, -,. be' -iip agataet ,.it- tunmd I ;
One "Pellsegiih-i!! \IKI I ( dilU..ered'by -Justice William. J. ,'Gay- good''&0.a!' hard this iea.on NotwlthV; 1 '
'Wounded '':after hefand1"; tbe.other Tiun- Meet Indignant Citizen Is Weelthy.M. ;. ; : ;,J). C. At the former
-Officers! f.lniilly'RoutedNegroes' ; ? { him- had followed the dog L nd.a1..iW+ ;"H: Handsome ,nor. who' said,In" part; at&DdlDa1hat the crop 1* reported W be piae- *, he. attended a een+....len of agri
by''Setting Fire I to O s .w. are :on the,,eon,.of? the south,' anywhere' trout 28 to'3g ,1-t cent cultural'cheraltt 'and
a. per *
la th oughtbi'jungles "
i fBarkad.d Bplldi( s < *. "The 'beast '.a. a fetpale( for. Home a* Courtesy, to_ New. # "wbero ,government If, 'pure,I. where short throughout the belt; the matter .r,Vl.ltid"".the'Wpartmeat: '.of agrlcultare ','

York,, rslaia. statesmanship 1* high'where; private\ 'of'gathering what of the' plant' which 'and' Oonferred with the
\ official
abet'w.! ... J *
black beyond ,
A' party ot lieP-oi.'bwl i.cie(,th_ variety ,. to. greed and corruption are net and never : ' size."The' fact that! she' did mature Me proving* dllHcutt\ problem -t relative the. par fioqd,"w. & 1
1 district pelves in ft kqijie ,In .th" down town at alt 1* attHbuted to the Not, In, years tae .Richmond.:,.:Vaj were uppermost.where have been POl1tlc.;'debauch(antgovernment 1 acoordtogto; the report. of a'nnmV. '"Tbe. _'principle; ubjeotdlicus.ed: attba .

otNew' Orleans\ Friday 1I&ht. 0 qualities of the new dog been atlrred-' such .a>fever of Indlg never her of grower*., cbnventlon"ot'cheiBlstwa, ( ; ...*
';.ad started riot ODe pollosman was' a ;!:..rrlrsi.. from, Bear Lake the,use of money and the greed Owlnr;'to the'numeroue'uavat*stores food and the legislation 'enacted by th*
!killed *ad, several wife wOU. ecL" the that catlou'asby. the action.ot j3Uhoppot- ot: private Interest, Nowhere: Is the i and lumber plants In operation'through-: national government and ;the ''varloui.
The rtot/ ;'endel' fter : :land : Information thepresi br of Kewt-York." ; In. entertaining. ,at great American i spirit stronger andmore'patrlotlc'thRn'hero out this the country
M bout ; shot the 'beet"" as Ut came-. '; out f. : section of'( ,' 'allclamOrlnl states relative to pure food :?bb'FlorIda
iv half siege of.the house by the po. eahebrake : dinner m.\ seta'omec; ,2drs, :potter>" being : in:,the, new \ for labor '1LIId'pI.lnl', :good .pore food,law'ehtcte4'by'tdfe'lastleglalatursI'finow'td :;
; near.the The
lie*. The ofricsrs'routed> ; h eegioe. by.' camp.y present +Ferguson the south. The 'II.W problem before the It ha to'
'\ 1 bad been chased tor. halt Bishop, 4 : pegnj wages, been a problem secure "effect'and. Captain -
burning them,out mortally wounding. ,Ben UUey and.a. 'negro'as'sUtr;a: bishop of Afrlca,< who. 'wa attending. country It Is 'meeting In' that ..high' pickers, and .Jf ,w jfreported In Gamestvtllei Rosi) ha* pypared. pahtphtete giving .
4 w' *bas i And-arresting five others. '. followed clow.upon; the heefs the. Episcopal convention;, spirit,, and with, that high,, aim.' whlci 'few"days"ago''thatgrowars'are all :necessary! : .I Informadon'r.tard-: ,

l'I p The. trofat>l 'started"In' front" f'th.; bounds" JUchm Dd'- people ..mothered't} elt 'alone In' Coy.rnmeo10"' ,, religion.In ''off rltI"from $1.15 fo' $1.78 'per hun Inghe1: Uw aadtbesame, will soon be

... 3oooa& Oe'n 4.s byterian church' at, after,the Brit shot, which;was wrath until the,convenUon' adjournedand science,' and In all that"goes, to dred'potindi' for' rath rtng"tb.' staple,' ready'for all parties !*>.:
t 'Clal borne "and Anetto street duringervioe' ; back ;The I II then it .tamed'out. ,human advancement' can achieve'good and'labor 1* scarce at' th'at. In''former teresteU..
Just of the shoulder
Ii. ''.when 'several negroes became which I Society people 'are now>> denouncingIn remits howover: slowly:and gradually.Judge ''years pickers have been accustomed There i i. one,pecnilar feature of the
I weighed.ITS pound, *
the'commeree o
olterous. Patrolman jComblons..who 'IaT,.' for bears"10'the vi most vigorous; term what they term Gaynor spoke of ''to receiving'an 'average 'IS'oonu per Irlorids'la'r'that Is DOt contained In the
l Wtempted1'to'"'' arrest them was Jdllecl.II. ) % Bishop Pott ...'.,/'lnd icac;," In .enter* of the typified'In; the expos4Uon hundred for their labor, lastyetr: the national,pure food law'or In the'Vwa

Jrhe negroes rant to a nearby house) days previous ''several t trail* o taming at dinner, the negro, .The in.cadent and how It"has'been'"shackledand : price going to $1.'and In some very un! enacted ,by any,.other .etate.:and that'i .

rhtch they barricaded bat once did th.doggy has been the chief topic of boat centered la monopolies by favoritism u"d"lntaDcea $1.28 Per:' 'hundred. that the''Florida- law, reaalN*,that
only ''
II. With',shotguns, revolvers'and razors" up on bruin' and then It became 'versatlpn. "' In {relght'ratest and.,said: .' This con'dHon of'affairs Is laid at the every,package of food preP au.*shall. ,
whom Bishop Potter's action Is i regarded "We cannot, too often think of this doors of the 'mlii' And' '
they awaited the police; a tew ot for a negro hunter In,, the men turpentineoperators show on Its
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