The Kissimmee Valley gazette

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Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-

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THE, STATE"OPi'LORUy' moeler will lal'below n'I'' covering...the tree*, and many "othe ( Y! 1,1r ,the tick >I f at th.ralh 1' groves,'can ae I b WHERE_ a

uary, no the freecintr,pint tree and Vint* with which ws were nc d to believ covetby hvlna .THE ''L.aat April/you published % letter, '

l-'ebruaryor March. familiar. Small boulder,averaging a .lICKAtD: I Texas'ieve high |HspsTfeB: and no GROW the disease's oTpccaa*lrom'am ,

; Oltii C. Buterweck foot or so in diameter were plentifu J SALT SICl 'Itte named by:Di, _U.De >mojK 'wood* then.'it i ia 'S. in,Coleman county 1 think this a c:

Brook.vile, Fla.. Jan. but .none,of t".e-wer. too heavy ,for cu.- the CSttal l'jule, ao business':policy t 0 "' was JUalbert1 I have been 'Wtt
o. '
a man .to lift., ,u work on ,hve saved pinappit' .- waiting 'a
-" Zff.t of V.lvet. Bsus*... Orcps. '.'Acr the trandmentione I: 'o: le cl.los.'01 plantation tb.tile".l withjh 'sUt er since for an opportunity to adao,.' j
.s cypress over WILL little
'.I 0] TE' nOM The much landed velvet l bean, ha shove, the hammock was Mill denser, S'A'E"wtRh.. appetite which occur ,*srly in "saltsicjt" with ,fre yet piaT. arf very 'mch nOJA ,HEB 'PB DVC'** to lam general knowledge on the tub-,
\ sorry that in the
: 'H "camping
,: OV proved most fatal to .me, this year, and the. was heavier and richer, a!. cannot in .1 case attributctto more', ; than orange trees* Ye. ,. THEM PKOJTTABI.T.Will :, out" life 1
am living
s'un. though ,I think they are.a aoo thins n.o. .* .01_vgtable.moldhe: kind -1.! -.oP ,S, - *J' ..pxtor pasture and it.VrouldVipccurregardless : prefer cloth,. eonr for winter protetion < '" Station, .1 here at the Experiment
.. -' cannot refer to nay"notes
"- in their place -. of toil to truck; -of f ,''in at (Los pineapple protection ** it tbn nor the letter '

.tt. .ra. That others lat profit by my mistakes.failures er. There delght so much ..ndmixed M.tb.ef 'T..t..t.y.. alma attacked with Texis fever.In .' can be, done'wit. 'ne4enth-of'th." . 'J/, . t' OMJW' . .. u. nor to authority Therefore above referred I aball to,' '

.. suad t.tA..t.Blp .- .,, I will give my tf with thili I the larger .-Me7- *. F... p. cases of ""saltsick"where' J t pens lor' -Geo.H.' . Wig- lager Oaase _. .ja be able to make this article at explior not , ,
a Wright,
Velvet1 ia.-catasb; perience' phnrflng after be*ns. but it 4 dry enough (for grapefruit .Thkr'aa..1. \ .. have?,had'an_ opportunity of jnaking' ipostmortem . X..fl.sdab.-Tb. f*** . it nor complete: ,a-it otherwise ,

I.. Ba. Last year I ; ii velvet 'ffoangea. although Mr. Lang: '*, ' ;1 have found Orlando* Fta, Pr.dmi..a'. should be*mads. , _

.' D<>laK* IB C u.Buit. beans which bad'breeacJ growth ford is putting hi* faith (fortheae fruit: .SaosUd B. I.t.a.e . the appearanceVto be those which Ir '3psaTTha. _*.. ,.L. J became'lutereited in pecia"grow i
S of-vine. Alter gathering the)beans '1 ,n.lhe frt and sandiest ha mock. 04 itU ,Florlda/Expiri attendant..upoothet extreme anaepiU fh Wher fig, '.u. '>can* and 'till. jng in lodO and
i Wli bf ieaaoa'Ior'planting-'oim"bI began
The following 01( lu< .Bulletin operation in
'I aker in
i alt > .them lusi' 4here-.are an attack ot Texasfever
turned all rejoicing how acres
over .
have ; '* to rtI" Leant Station ,ii" these twi whcioU011 season, and 'meat "probably ,.the "ea andiia or'Spanish InOI-our.h. lever that year by starting -grove'on 'lay
the of I had this, of ha* not beeiascertained .cote. le';'Wateryblood dropsi
tel amount nitrogen captured body e\( father
in .tram we hmmocf .. .Mr. topic We,. pageXsrgsjds bloodied one-is at hand one more, and m;yIre' expectlthe olive to prosper atmosphere plac4'at' Austin.Thi* grove., '
work (from.tlie bountiful supply all around cal conditionslightcolored,
Rob '" & of (of common ) till
( f cbolcfruittS" nuts stands I think.
can get men of : preparing to act out- and toil conditions are mach ,

the state who are p.rticularecto. l'ith "condilions .- us.. But alas 'by' 'joy has turned, to disapointment .. In eriC the is satisfied first body-there of l.hamiiock.over WO) .cre Wi bow, t'bt treatment of Ibo acut< liver :and of extreme Im.ciato.. Mot in, I Fall i Is rather,the best. tim'i i to humid. The 'aa"., nopal& opuntii In 1nm;on account of poor health, I I-
important moved
existing. in that section: a. all thingsar.ready. Notjitat -acacia or mesquite and olive al Angela- Her -I had a
the ham iiofortunstelj, of the '01Te
in : is ,
mdu'nted there germ
the tuna.
1 A. Barrow, Monticjlo.'D' One ncre of the above path I plant- highest trees the limit of thi form Ol.-evC Such havoc ia fairly large, numbr.blood corpuscles, pUntingless.! ..uccessful. 'if! proper!; on, high,, barren,, grayeIy'sodWhen revelation 'regarding pecan, Abilene- '
but.could.not see fever'
rf to sweet potatoes using .pounds little to pa.d and Burnet were-at.that time
Success ( tlO mock is. vtendencjioto the _
& > ; gup timber from the animal ha ; omc"ntal fringes;and of ulceration: done But there always the United StatcaGoverumentbefore ;; near _
In a complete potato ]manure' thes begbt. with the Wood hastily--e by Civil est railroad point, but San Ahgelo -
AOaalyr Chiplcy.-Hr'arining" the work -cl.Uy ; the war"9ur
l. and from the distance 'we little We migh of pyloric end the.fourth .or true late ; Now at diglnttim.' I And over rcverlD. the seemed to be "common
point., for
-earth -en ugh a :
hal o not making the of Iln tgOw <
Flora direction this hammock i It there i treatment F. .
through stomach. tr.c
well iay .aucce.lul .
; of my potatoes are one 10' '' "fuck.' : the large Mexican population which
F Dawson and rutting to
: Agricultural roten the < the ,
CIIeae" I will is high 1 Is safe to say-that the two tracts destribed 'fur an acute case of Texas fever Professor William Williams round rOll eh ,ruca.nopa. '
Lake Clt-Uog Cholera' _Right here with _I 18 winter rains seth we wonder where tha, ,, had pecan to tell 'l'hc'sn Saba andthf /. 4
' sand hills the not from which are practically As it i Is a blood disease'attended Edinburg, 1'lalrplatlrg-Ce Concboi
Swine so 'decay was Q were then lined with
; a. Veeay-Ueg. being completedthe Britanica It, ii ,
; Cnclyclopaedia
) were. .
contain not than and iop;tonic Q tb.k
body 1.010 {fever general in handsome
W. .E. fcrabry,: Dade 'Cit-Truck being in wet land high ccprI aai.te A Wilamlt young rady to begin growth always this element 'who are rt.aeiwhen and productive trees. So 4

Cxf mi The Pine Land FarmTobie; To Much Nitrogen.-On the other , J. M., Rbacn,, (he. head ot Qiicago'i. t l,' aod eilulant..r. 'ndl.: VCl a cattle iand in rtsi; posittoa a* soon '1' ibm it comes to p The were innumerable creeks,, among .,' ,

f d Xv\ cn Growing. two acres or the aforesaid bean patch $great system pt alecrie streetcar lne cte : of Jamaica,, forlh T3ritlsh 1O"erllent spring ,says, tha Pacific bare aclic.Jlcienc; them'Spring. Dove,' Lipaa and Kickapoo. -'
SSO) is no* the owne f 've to Vfun'grOwinanhnaH Their of the .ndicte. lop .n .. Nut torn all these
llT President State Fait I planted-cotton, using pounds per aived defrlption Sto .; San points were
Gait.kll drachms oI'ulpbate ;
S -Shipping and fere of a complete cotton fertilizer, the land, including thl,rich body'of han- die' .give on..o two disSolved very closely alt- lck, In 'Ja-" Then the soil Is 'generally in bettei the olive and iranolo.( brought into San Angelo for ale. 3"ney<.
of produce
4 Selling of Crops) The Kaising .Ul OUOt grew fine at first ntkina a good mock He purchased it with the pur or the bi.bpt ter quinia and ( it U called the "wasting' disease.' condition in the fall;,and there is not stinct condemn nopl bt and came to' market in four-horse wagons.., .

.t L Feeding of Cattle. u < weed but the fruit materialize pose making here the largest in ti* for. These investigators; also found the such a crowd jof there Gulf coast forjsuch save.thalportion Wagon boxes with the aide-beard on,.,
'W. M. Giir. IfC1ntoih.-Truck Growing ,. All the, top crop dried up. fruit' grove in the world., has com* ounce of whiskey every three germ of Texas fever in the blood 'and usually i i. in 1 the apring.Anlher.point prolcu. and the loose nuts filling them to the,

for( Northern MarketsHogs.! before it matured. t to this decision became he believes thai Fr constipation give-as a drencl. stated tl.t tlme.diaesi.* is'a; form of tottoe considered i j. that when everything and the ITlnr bten: .the .ier top.I.I.never saw so man nuts'as "
T.. K, Godby, Originator of the Wai3a Conclusion Too 'much. nitrogen -his is of the most permanent sure and! Epsom. *alttr* nt pound, ground alt. linger < Texas' ..?This" preliminary statement i i. nearly. ready 'something may ridge '''Of the Grnde Cesr-fro. ,weler Corpus were' brought in in the fall of 83-,- and .'

and-Jewel .Pfache*,-Fruit Grow- .E F. -Ford. best-paying investment that he. car one ounce common concerning "salt-tick"' m. b occur,to Postponement i Christ! to OakVille, taking they sold a* high a* eleven cent* perpound. .
_ i f i ng: Poultry in Florida;; Hay Making; Mer.ose-Fla. :fiake, and one his that will produce the "a future tturt, :ounces* ,If ayriip the one. pat water'food"on, ende by iayiJI that IvCr.1 the" comp.lal apneent wi cu.. anj : Tilden, Uvaldc.aad' Eagle r'apaote., The, editor of the San Angelokntcrprjse.
for. in powder
0- Income pint the use waa a friend of mine. He
Tile the .
Drainage Machiq-
\ 4' Labor-Saving serious Ions, but the mouth of-the Rio Gr the
Here rich in its virgin.fertility ., force down eggs milk andwhiskey chronic teals, fever It p.tpnement to Rde wanted
eV for
'4 cry < '.l1. Taeia f 8ao.'r land advised spring would l ( olive and date should flourish. the to get out a special edition
; Ferlzer. to to.the cry'few hours. Follow this.treatment, i prpbable those 'caseswhere setting.forth some of the
Gossard, tree bearnl .eub 'small : and possibilities
'Agricultural who'lias growth no home of the *vej"nopal mesquite
- J. W. Brown a fish dealer stage without fertilizer, and a if the animal teem improve, witt the .anaemia i la prbfound he m.ttr.S; eg of'San Angelo and its territory. He
College Cy.-Inbcilidt. and the -
it itJxst inhabitant raise umbrellas.
an office on the docks" is advertising that-of'Cuba' Look genera) tonic (follow) Sulphatlt blood) and other to prepare and the rarely asked
a for
equal- the
: OI.tbe damage orrai m an article. I to'
their Application! Scale Insects! Truck 10 ready, and if aU proceed Weljtc For dry salt it it the richest 'section agreed
for Ot.O8).barrels( ( of fresh) and salt two ounces get ?
notice It f iron ounce gentian is
and wilt that Just one ; and treatment writ up' the
,and Garden Insects map you lea Is .lmoa fall.- 'J1" pecan crop. I made it a ,
Injurioui in-the .
; .
irrepr.IJI of the
In.ect. 'w1tc at.b"AI'the! fresh water cats on the 2Uih( degree.of fctitude, latitude ; bicarbonate of soda, three ounces! plant Engl.h-palinl worldThi. habit .for couple of week to 'inter- '
in (tall
Farm and
to ; .there thing planting ,
ale find it Is lik.lytbat sodujim'chloridetwo b.o sounds like \
eleicaln.ecl very is what tells when it comes tcclimate. ginger, three ounces view every nut teller I cnftld .
Insect CroP''I ad Mal rIse order will be fled from the It i, just'.a* much warmer ir ounces. Mix,. divide into twelvi. RECAPITULATION. which nevr,, "lmlted-1aa cent of the population outside the chance at 'I wished to learn thy get a- .
.. 'aria. mt big marine cats which the waters 31 in three time day ing a mound of( e/ towns- with a population regularity
this latitutloover that of latitude parts and give one a 1. Texas cattle fever, the most important amal of the the of '
J. ,,I. larp, Crescent"*' .City.-Farm of lhif1>ay and Ttrer. which! Jacksonville is situated as th< in one'bal pint whiskey and one pint cattle disease i in* ForidaL tree. 'hl does no bi need don &lie the, 1' of 8 speaks Spni.h About oh* hun the cause of crop radars of amount crop and yield all .
Economy. by
,. While the catfish of the frehli water Utituilcf Jacksonville is warmer of Jf dangerous qc- the' common e once; buthoul b8n'Dipe year when our agricultural else i
, fater. bloainl carried fey cule possible. had ample
W., S. Hart Hawk-'s of December opportunity
S P'rk.-S fer- the North and for this .t\an\ the rumen left tb midl. college ae..boli.hed, in '
sin-ants and lakes of that of Atlanta 0' diseasecan also be transmitted by .ot'earth and 1 Made good use of it 1 learned
J1 w t ;'1. menl.-Tbe Honey. ;; West .are delicious fish, it is not the far south. Jacksonville a Atlanta ii -side between the last rib. 'the hip transference of blood from imilPiud Iboulc b cu'nia] '' 'fool- this lection will be aching $1.\an that a pecan tree yielded any where"
_ Oranges. devour {loathsome mar- norlh. In Jacksonville again' with pocket-knife, if I trochaiis iechanic animal theblood 'IO .nd -a and realizing WOO an acre cash,
bgnet a from
XBet .uilol to the flure., well, susceptible( ; 1e diameter are one peck to tenbuahiels. In writIng ,
in at,.the
: $ G. P. Healy, ]afer-Wat on ine which 19 be found in the is 4\1< miles norb, while Cuba Is but not at hand. It will be necessary to corpuscles being the place of .no.S Inches pnd people will talkof_ how the old the article for.the above mentioned '
the cal lre to
Farm; Mixed ; 'Peac > miles the south ) wound with a quill or the base. a cosnphete..prectiOn fogies of the twentieth century
. of the and its tributary lull more than to .pr .d.tbe open residence'of the germ which causes > paper 1used the yield of- one bushel "
Growing the holding steady ,aorms .
E..S. Hubbard. Federal Point.-Varieties bays. These fish are horrible. looking The royal palms, silver j/ninn, cocoa wire spring to allow the gas,to escape disease; of. tre and t'.I.o, h ID d* of and di"en.bcll per year as' the basis of my calculations
in *in Texa
monsters their bodies covered with, wild tamarinds and manythei Thengive any one .of the following of placeof 'tTtherund Experimenting olve. and I believe I fixed the '
_ of Citrus Fruits,'and their Cul- palms .2. All bovine*, irrespective mice which ito hat average
'' tare; Home-Msde . vlimy skin their heads, Armed with tropical trees tell of the.iinttmnity from to prevent th r-form.tion of, gas tout are naturally susceptible to, oren gnawing the and'e'outh ben and chiefly price at seven cent, i made a very conservative
jury toyoung priests nuns.
Prof. n.H. H Fertiztr., Agriculural College7 Ionic 'tenlace.. and their backs the.hbces iofI.| for none of these Jtrees.can stand ounce of aromatic. spirits 'oCauunonis or .WQounce" birt. ; this susceptibility increasing bark* 'Th \mound leveled to Father Pomenech who was censor of estimate all the way through, .
.' and sharp, ) fns or spines, low a temperature the orange or with Even though .the parentbe yet the result wit simply astonishing. ,
-1: Lake In ,
City as
} a
; Diseae ol age and confessor to Emperor
ouncesof chloride the
from which will .. in water, or two pi..1
the a very From this
I prick is not .prnr. time. I took
he on much
ca. con'lerred a
i immune, immunity desirable more
Fruits of Truck" Crops Fun- graprrult. A it is to know thenames
; with
) ; Di..u sometimesattain Maximillian, first experimented
\lid These fish lime in water. .
"oi. The hamriiock is practically an inland ( the offspring. the lively interest in the subject of pecan ,
upon varieties planted
f" .jgicidesl ofthe the here, and afterward -
- Pech sire anil) could be tried teewilave the olive at _._
are very cthedra culture
uther and
an One. studied the
uil all sides prc''dure subject at
PineSuccessful for is surrounded by
'T.' Eldred.'The have 1 4 on cy- This is 8. All cattle, whether northern or labels; but these labels are at Medina coun '
. C looking customer They which off the water in case of a valqable anim&o the dis every opporunity. In 1W>2 I mad a
Gtrus Culture. press carry acquire immunity to and it is best to registerthe Convent m
', ., n .p McQuarie, Secretary Wail that would rival the Nyam Nyams of while\amllS.tie cypress timber wi act the ranifusion 61 r all blod from an sutern non-fatal attacks which may 10.1 book and remove thelael ty. The Victoria Sister of tbe.N.utth mul-- trip of *000 mile in an ambulance, never -''

: Africa and it is practically impossible from. and immune native into the sick animal,, name at sleeping under a roof, but camping '
DeFuniak as further label i I. '
Society. a protection natural The removal of the necessary
''Forid produced by lickinre.t.tional6cial !> silk but tailed with
,. Agiculturl to 'kill one wih] anything less than arOty.rOlf winds. looks if this ham- allowing ,its blood to flow, away.from( b berry-and among the pecan I was out thirty
_ __ .. ot the Farm high I as tlck-infelt.tio or by life from the.fac that if left on thy the olive. Victor Co.nsiderant of the
t., Making Rotation ol revolver or a ten pound axe. made for a large the opposite vein; or thimmune native of small quantities of blood be days going from Austin through Bur-
.expressly likely
Syrup ; mocka tree. they are ((0 French communist colony failed with
in furloteD
operation defibrinated. '
-S the blasting be bled, its blood net, Lampasas, Coleman
might Brownwood
that -
DurjnR all the qualities experience I ,
grove haying from animal that theydiaLease. Mid the growth will
: .. -Crops.E. O. Painter, Editor Florida Agriculturist for is the stated(la..t.we t wil catfish not. ho"ev..weighing has shown to be requisite. It IK .* strained and while warm, injrcted animal. an. -cut into the tree and ruin it. the San olive Antonio near some Dallas few., but years ago. Esther at Paint Rock, San Angelo, Ft McKavctt, 'I
of the sick Llano and
\ou.h soil into the jugular vein other-places. The
Origin and neither too wet nor too dry the it deferred until spring, trip was
c the
catch Pruning
animal not olive the
Jackolvie-l thrown from 4. One can b.t Lee planted an in yardof
about five pounds was
of carried
could I
This procedure very successful. learned moi'e .of
illustrated chirsc.atnl: struck ik very fertile, and the long arowinl curl b disease directly from another. It must about the or end of March St. Patrick,'* rectory, Avenue K and
the. water by a veterinarian phy and their disease
out only by a pecan than I have
by reasons will produce trees '. and ia i carried only .no far and should not be neglected. Some we The '
atreopticon crashing into be Thirty-fifth volunteer
\ for U. thaJ"f'.r a 11.1.1"(1' ''er than can be done a couple''of hundred sician. carred. that atrec. ever since in print or have been able
P. H" Patliologist from know, object tu pruning, claiming around
Ila S work Chronictorm.- knowledge aol branches are today
I Dept"of 'Arriculure1_ Miami.Ctrul 'mber Afer.balI.hour'! and i miles. 'further north, for the (Ir e Treatment of the, .one sick presnt animal to a one, by it'll'' an unnatural oper.tion But Iran the decayed' lourl.hina It matpredand to publish. .
Texas healthy
with axes "" cattle which contract mOlbe
all tunk
I i 'Fruits; ./ . .The boat wa Jjltil, to on the I can be made to grow practically Not fe the cOmmon cattle planting itself, is something not usually bore teemed at The writer in Farm arid Ranch above j.j
swam away. go. ver die. ; but the disease frequently assumes tick olive. bltJt referred
Diseases of( PlantSpraying. throughout the year. it-has to was complaining of the destruction

.ingl done by nature yet
crawl beenraticed' home. the 'same yard with the ole-
I for cattle tick not
repairs anyconsiderable
brims a ts. The In
ways chronic ,
I*_.. running doe
i Capt lOE Roie, State $ Tal- of As it stands today the one great draw- by gardener from time and wrought by a little worm. H*
I fhemiJ These" fish swarm in the waters I of several anlm&ls distance, but generally farmerind ander cape jasmine I was once
. course ro"lh. Sucl in order asked for a remedy One of the finest
But to ;
d lahassee.--Sugar Ta<(ip9, bay and are a terrible nuisanceto l back is its inaccessibility. those very stays where dropped and lays her eggs pruning, credited that the olive .u< eded bet
Capt. J. H.. Stevens Jacksonville.Diversified .- who are acquainted with' John M. are emaeialed' restore the balance between root and than groves I ever saw was on "KickapooWaterhole" '
I Jishcnncn. They hook appetite which hatch-out i iti time. The young ter near the seacoast elaewbcrg1which
and -poor
swalow' thin '
I' Farmingf erfitiZefsr- I Roach know he will not permit this to Branch-interfered with in nineteen or twenty mile
I and no the tking''up contrary
; firmly are shiny eructations, some seed-ticks then upon proven
very Kft
f there are gaseous or frt .be southeast of
Storrs Editor The Stockman, his He .San Angelo. I went out
R. W. one like to handle them: They go in land a an obstacle plans. and accumulations animal that The old ticks t he tree -1ml the approval The 'neAt we ever saw were .
I DeFuniak S rings-Our Advantage will himself have tlie road improvedrom dropsical awclng. pale. h in both ancient and olve of my way to visit thmiiplaea.1.. had .
large schools and eat- all of the offal ) of liquid in cavities. In fact not re-attach themselves, ,ulmce they _
_ visited
S Live times
S, .for Sio'Raising; ,Breeds of which (falls jnto the rh; r. No none in the Allen place south even if the have let go.. Thmeirlegs are too abort. Padre Junipero Serra at the old Franciscan many before; It had
county coniniissioneri were to Withhold the condilion found.are.i.r.llo.t 'A word maybe added concerning a Mission SairLuis ,Obi CaLl had Limo reputation .of producing extQafInenuti .
-'- Stock. I ibis city has ever thought of eating i Ticks will crawl -over i:fence rail. ,
White. HaaUnga-The Irish issistance but it is likely that they will no method -of preparing the just Le- p and I had found some ofjJiem
seemed said be of hundred
ihein, soMiers to find extreme1 emaciation, or a condition Therefore one pasture may be daeue' rQt they :nr* to upwards Cnc '
; Home Mona ol. Fer\izer. i-pjoy allwllh'lhe ) while encamped contribute( towards the improvement of we the'term and another adjoining it, lore[ planti"a and which . by a and year Furtherdown in 'the **>! but none now. 1 found an
1I'h better'cxrcsied'by producing
Lewis this will that p"erty. named StnngfelloW.I'liis ; 61) old old fisherman camped on the bank
/ .iround Tainjia., M P. Brown will ship road a* they readily .e For such cases there i I. : not Texa the coast I the .home of the
"Evaville.-Live Stock and ProfitableFarming it the of all with- He had lived in the region for fifteen
I. the to
opening ore.of
ana a.vast cutting
these catfish to a place in" if lIme disease has- not fun( too allow of rot beloved Helenltunt'there art"vener-
tt Valuable, hope 6: In Florida it is wise to a .
and before had
; Field Crops- Made it is fai Through the .Medium of Live Stock and-sold for they kalinon- or miJe rcasc jn. taxable properly.. This road long.. In these cases not we must only prescribe moderate number of"*tickso- \ ar upon. Jo well "inTexas; but the old rule'', "(before Mexico-we- meet olive. on the Pacific. gathered the nuts front the grove, but
S material which are usful olve.
.s ' ,;.ntotcdiish, ', ,} II"..J.; .'.'t , across the country'would .answer until building up the system, but which are ctl. No every tidy season.animal should be In' good roots the better" hi work- never' on the .ide From for-a.long time past it had produced ,.' .' '
t ',' '' aIn'ooseiniuit4! Induscats. Ihe time came, for smliippingrt., ( \ t; andy had id admirably for cenlurie.So while all Sydney,to the Riviera one 'meet the no. nuts. I knew why, because I had ,, '4
; Florida wellI I have
( the
i knownto
{j' \ | ft palatable' lurce. troduced herd which il '
F1oridaAgriculturiaL 'jfIt Investigated baVh1
From The that time ills certain that,the ques- several with -to. Broken' or part the rOot the history of mankind. It i is the emblem grove thoroughly ,. "
I to be astronomer f.ty'f: ai liingtiitfishi, iirVerYl limipormiitjtand will have been in the treatment vf cases have upon tick-free with '" for 4 had found his hidden hi f-
|h' not necessary an lion ,of( transportation beR ''pal. should be carefully cut off ..h.r of and motherhood. retreat ,
or astrollogerjto!arrive, at*con- .\ .:tiicr4areitieswhere: very ,olyed.,*' '.. ."*" ' /\ : ,'., .1...*. the following .condition pwder. I lures. 'v. .' cnife, every good root should be peace the rocks. It was not because the/i';',
conditions.There large liouseiexistwhiichm'deal! 'only in hirs the great advntge'.of palatable ,. .If cattle have been .aved olive, and they ,formed the silent witj had ceased ,Tlme'i I'
I --elusion: of.coming weather "" A* it is, these lands are by no means the ,8 your are or \nd tho the tree v tree to fructify. ,
are tome old setler here who .Tampa it likely goin, tomecome* '10 far beyond Water transportation. and can be have .feed ticky, and you to wiah'to introduce i.:foot "101.'for direction than nessof the most pathetic scene ground was covered with multitudes of

I?r ., beyond the-sun and' moon, know .lie proud possessor of'one of these This hammock is situated only twelve There are animals which Tf esh cattle, .c that the new cattle bear he extend uT spread out tam After .rice, sugar cane, cassava and nd there are many singletree* that

'comparatively little about our planetry ibuses.Ever. miles northeast from post I learned .to eat anything but grass. or either the cattle ticks or show thr hey: root be) in their natural position fig jute,; ramie and-sisal hemp will little nut from the size-ot. a.barley

1' .yet who make weather pre since the announcement was office on Chokoloskee Everglade bay. From this hay in some form. Thee,, of( core. .car of tick-infestations. Then the other part of good plantng i prove the great staple cropa,., >f the grain to that of a plum pit, and everyone

*1)len.the phases of the moon. It nia'd Mr. flrcrwrrthe-many-negroe Would cilliT have be- taught to eat U. rrevlou.) brought-into-Florida the coast co'untry east of the Nuecea river. of them had the little hoi in it
)1 I I ax' the Allen aid otber riverj make be .b as already
) the bran containing'the powder; or ) hinled-placina The fig can be handled more advantageously
I* easy ridicule these moon.truck'fannerl ,vho around the docks have been into the interior to within six or eight lathe with safety as suckling : oil in close made by the husk worm complained

-, 4.. but their calling makes them xliinK (for catf.h. These animals are of peep lake. A road'can be opened medicated by .hand. The following calve 1 older,' they shonld be root frrcontct ever converted into jam or preserves by Mr. Halbert. Jhe crop at thi* place
;. mile formula of the powder l Linseed : ald'rote. wel. cooked th cane juice, than
largely dependent| upon weather condi kimlly ready ald waiti11 to'be.caughl to one of these rivers, and thisn ,, foenu- brought between November 1st and taking to bruise .n the sugar was entirely destroyed by the worm-
close the thou- meal l ight ounces; powdered March lat and infested artificially with ) the ordinary style of drying and press and which also destroys the
and.consequently\ nd may be "uled by alt likelihood will be selected the roots. And the very best soil be had a fungus
: tons a seed, f four ounces; powdered ing. The fig cheese of the.Turk
1 those conditions. The -wrilei ands, but strange to.say hardly a cat- and least expensive route. greek dunces newly hatched cattle ticks as per method ihould be used in the oration great nuts. But the injury done z'this place
does not by this mean to endorse planting isli was to be caught this morning.. bet ( three ; common described the bulletin. The usual rule is to a* with poppy seed and chopped pecan by the fungus was not worth considering -
Roach from of sodium -
\ Mr. John expected salt four hyposulphite nuts, would find 'ready market One- '
the he has never been 10. Cattle cannot be brought into which in view of the othCr injury. During
by moon I hiy to lit--, .1. diarmi. .he tree stood in the nursery, :
philosophy of rt, al Helmed Chicago this week. He showjl\ two ounces* sulphate of iron, one Florida the hot months profit- half of the irrigation employed the this I would' find river
I 'ablf to soU/e' the r l t the river. Then the in during- would mean something over a''inch trip on one
not doubt that plants t he grapefruit groves ,vicmttf ounce. These are t thoroughly pulverz- Nor should artificial immunization rice belt would prove,more successful creek excellent of nuts
; though .he doe cards was carried out into the bay ably. I leeper in order to make allowance for or an crop
to better the The dose
Pv ; There Is comprehend ed and mixed. ts than time present, aa we find, dry rice
the moon. be at that time. the there might be
are This and
of this night
' >rodtictiveness tree. handful in bran morning farm in the vicinity ot the canal yieldIng -
little doubt, however but that the moonha i catfish' "was to be caught and I the make him enthusiastic in the 11. Pregnant cattle generally abort mesrs[ should be at leaa,three inches none or a,.very light onC. The crop
air end to more there fwenty-four do.e a* good rice as the field with paddies. -
5 influence being when attacked Texas fever. also in the-
a controlling Oye..Ithe youthful returned d by leeper the of union fully would vary same valley
con.oate. puting
Alrcans f possible, than he is already. Why mixture., In the- white land desert of
Recent jnvebtigat the 2. Immune cattle after time (two I found
'Curenu.'. : viiiorou -'crusade is 7 } a two, the surface t al the That year at Ft! McKavett, a.
ihould The searching ex-
: Department of the government and the cats soon rt not most SALT J or three years) lose their immunity blow and'roako southern- Calfornia we find the same rood crop, but a few miles further
scar quince
.ci11 orfanized. wi imination of time only reveals SICK ronditions. Land that would
have caused(l''the. cOuclusipn. that of the bay. said o.ine. and may contract the fever when they in unsightly enlargement at the produce down none at all. Wherever I found a 4
constantly, or lhe 'act that it wi pay. larger per As far beck the memories of the '" pinto nothing'whatever in the form of vegetable -, trademark
,the trade windv blowing I that the river alone could easily furnish a gain become ticky. if union. Failure of the crop I found the -
,':: ',for long periods, in one direction over the oO.OOO.OOO( barrels. :ent. on the capital invested The than Press any oldest inhhbtantt of Florida go there !, 13, Treatment of acute Texas fever is, Planting or rather taking up Lbo or fruit eight orten miles from of the husk worn ,

the these large bodie of The who fish irt- bay for other legitimate bu.inea. existed a cattle disease- which Is as a rule useless. The 'chronic rormwi the leave an irrlgated'Iectiomt are auperior the little had caused me"he :
ocean.'caos men the a told profit rees-may begin soon a* This same worm
frcciuently hands within
las disease to irrigated] when cultivated
Thi seems
to;riiove' ,with,,.the winds, and living Or' for are'weJl pleased at acul called slt-aick. generally respond to. tonics off easily. Frequently the leaves loss of nuts from own tiee.
S water fln nade from( grapefruit[ in past six or in tbe central ::ome two miles or to of the canals. In both : my
Y' their momentum. to.move be most prevalent poeLion this bulletin.
'Cniuer by .the prospect having all the catfish te given' in ire stripped by hand, while they still ut t 1 had not realized the extent of hitnischief.
(*' wintl ceases, thus causing theVariouocean'currents. :tight year. and it 4 no: stretchinglie of 'the or' 14 The writer believes that the eases we cooked for ,subirrigation: in
( "back-bnl" :
killed they have a terrible in- pninlula 10 ncline to stick fast. This i* not a In 18U3.I kept a oseatch' .
of 1 ben truth form
to state average Florida. but found
Of course of ao some none: the success
; tl.t called I II mainly due to ticks.
fn .an. Perfect ripeness of the i tree and early in "June I .
I' tl.ese trade->winds ar --auad primarily of enjoy ome from Leo every bearing this season grapefruit* only in that region, bt my tha Ircould be'more-gppropriately call plan ImporTaht, 'and When ibis take* 'place muH have bveu derived from stmospbenc toolT- [ipon wind my upon the., uai end of the little . .
ot' .reejn county indicate that humidity. Southwest Texas
$ disease is
.t-the-revolution tho ence that the
t by'the 'heir canned end rennesee.a.> th irhearb' iU ( 'n. "tick-poverty; i he either drop themalv.. or art tuft a mall drop of.( albumen arid Imbedded -
II i Lime medal
'earth but currents are affected alu all part of( the state-and that there primarily chronic Texas fever, and gold at the Omaha Exposition -
I the.e off with little minute
in the pink'worm.
o the tides content. The pebpe of Tampa t, lijn u'ud'given the of ready to come elor -for the finest exhibit all other albumen a '
tides-and ,we-know The l' by'the agreement
continue a a* I reasoned 'that the_ albmnen.feed ,,,.. -
will be satisfied with paaure The planting may
i.cautedby the moon; Now. a thrnniscontroIs.the.tidci..Dr.iJL.Pthet, trout pompano.mackerel II to building air csstlcsbut let us take stockmen aa to it tre cause. Many pr sections.- and, yet she sent only' about
*( : redfish, etc. We have not and he soil i I. in good condition, even intoeccmb.Lsousatime4rwbewthe'gTnunt iav"drpnslttd'lberA'io the worm
atf-tM-r.crnt. i her ATftw'
> the Floweree grove above Av. for a animals die of this di.e.e. oc.- S't product*
[) until it should be large enough to eat
tb. water of the earth, and*. omd6rTocarfmhyttTasnpa'- nIT ic i1mal3T'ZnE1'erovers'cveir'ifter-' year*.ago ;we collected dry salts and
;t. word.- ndt-.Irorcn..and.Jh&.ppIJifl| f Irla the of the little and that
t iri., at the 'same temperature, Time, I the great possibilities of this business. sick fur a year. It may affect cattle of From The Florida Agriculturist.In ible.It. pigments of south Texas organization if mate I could husk poison< the jelly nut I would kill, ..
causing the moist There now two but chiefly attack and ip .Warsaw' and Berlin and they -
than dry air are tree any age, c.lve '
: liglrter Deep Lah ealplanted. valuable how- 4
number of the bore
? 1.0.11Sev.r.I' a recent your i* of greatest Importance, ihe worm and he would never in- ;
airto rise,',move.' tho moon .fectlna announcements They bloom the coming yearlings'according; to my information I that Mr. general the should not be thought-we must havt ranged over,the' husk and I knew that I
that roots the
I tI'e \ ben and paper see- Steen. iver. expo.ed ;o escape.
observation down in
:f; th.01Itur4. icason, but every bloom ia to be pickedff gained from personal country the equator.
"r'a made of the fact that Mr. J. M. Is manager (for Mr. Ste.on, ia ch.nginl to the air for any length of time. nuact! at once or my crop would be ;
the It
l Mthu bind necessarily tirvcqr- lately > this season, and up to the time the from correspondent by nome.n. Tea., Commissioner of Agriculture
Chicago millionaire, has acquired the. cover on his the are received, the The very.umerous4'md
a orange sqon ost. worms were
condifim The aronl .
: S rents. Observers' of rich land, are out five years By that time confined to"such .nimal. o'ne, 'I a LeDuc who introduced the eniilo and '
b several thousand acre teo to( admit, of twohird. sun and outs should carefully covered in the each was supplied wlthVrition
-. > our.old settlers'are governed The tree will averagefive--boxes of symptoms I have observed are b torgo. or, at they prefer terming it,
among of Lee e -
that in flic evrgl.d county on.r third shade. rround in a in a al.ntil posi- t* nursing bottle. I decided to experiment
the phase,* .of.. the mn' the Theysay coldFrr editor Myers PresCbad a : grpfrf The tfrite-of grapefruit up the same as those given further I would like'to b.v Mr. Stevens tel ion placing,Irenc fne over amonghe sorghum cane,"once experimented with. on two tree which stood
:.L ,1.- ---.h. f' moon has not dropped below An Investigation (in Florida Experiment
: South Carolina. sunk
lea The cash
WHn awiiaievcr I| natural desire to see .what the capital- s me andyour why not have one-third of the its leparated from thegrove. I sprayed.
In In the cr box on. the Say. the'ncreaed Station Report lUWMOM pp. 43 elder - rol. in that would have floated
act lrth-coldc7ce The Lift could want in that wilderness of tree. under sun. There U 10" in ahade vayvup' the stem; to remain In that aiaily :hem with Paris Green in kerosene - wraulslon.

.recur ,in each for and and swamp and cypress, and he, supply. will cause a drop In 58)) of this disease wa made There i i. in *un.I ondition: until( everything is.ready forhantinglioies ,. but the tea materialized. We The green was to poison

; -predictions foi a coldcycle'the'BrooksV December with others, made a journey about sev price, auspice of the Florida Agricultural suppose, however. that the' theor Hug and alL '" ' ', "' once tried to introduce the yerba tea of he jeHy; the kerosene to make the -

liUth. published in enty-five miles southeast ot Fort My In the next three years the price may College by Professor Stock bridge. assisted ia to have tight when cold. -Planting la i vsuaihydoiie in: squares the chapparai into London; we were tree oppressive to other husk moth

vill!**> Star of thel"th' oC[ and Decemberr'and Fruit ers .to'spy out the' country. We give go to $2 pr box. Uut allow only fli by Dr.Franco and Ennis.They .' necessary or essential 101 protectionfrom irtd the distance apart may be two rods running a rural weekly in the Parish My recollection I is that I prayed twice. '

.i copied4 .the Farmer % below jtue % .ot( his .marx i>cnbox, we haw 411Q from ibis I came to the conclusion that frost .1 think not. California or apple trees; fifteen or twenty feet of St Pancra at the time and the lane- The result was that the grove produced

Grower of ."erifeda. rative. : coinl."at -acrc grove at five year age'with "salt-sick i i.s not'a. specific diseasebut. where the'_ get a'cold as it! for peach, plum.' cherry turn was. a 'sort of Texas museum- practically no fruit'while those sprayed

-. wa* also cold, from the & w* $ sleep'of the the crop increasing. per(Cent. each rather a-condition resulting from improper doe in wt.ther they protect their orange do not grow .n4 pa.Dwarl jerked buffalo' chile, gum,, cochineal, produced a hil) crop. .

?. th Brooksville Sr These-predictions for "bat f.xt mornag alter breakfast I year until the tree have reached their environment, especially insufficient grove and the fruit by open fire. f. ._pat.t '_o"M -enouffh---- .n farthemquiimces ifitle.! madder and cotton. We''introduced I believe that if the pecan.orchard"' .

the probable
'were bad upon In October mock under the' guidance of Bill Roberta grower will agree.with us that the most, prevalent at the end of the win, high tight board fence, yet they 'It need hardly be tht'al ..tok.hould a.professional taster-and awaited closely so as to detect the husk'worm
.rence *. $depressions. of 'Mr. .Howell having second f third crop wilt py.for'the tel season, when animal have ben for their frt by coal fire la wire bss- b rigidly kept frm tbe 79un a verdict. .H* said afterward that the in its infant period, and will then spray
we .had- two prominent for entire investment made, or month confined upon or bouquefand flavor was' superior'to the
pet -
occurring to our team to look after horse ful .evera 1..0 hung fee from the tree thoroughly, a* I.did, they will get a ,
; the mercury.'the.minor.cycle I the day. Bill 'bad road cent I* there>an other blalne.(I consisting of the) 4ry wire-gras can'be in fund; iVnri t ""* finest Assam teas, but it* Yankee origin of
ocurring on opned. ) nut every yesr.
on the *tb, the major cycle .,these- through the hammock of b capita can made .? and other ,lreriot.vegetation of the it be done here with wood fires, OUa .a.- would condemn it'' Its 'Yankee origin crop There dectructive funguT'seases -'
the' Hh and,3Oth; in November A ts :.1! thm.tste t that I wish"to take to an irtlcieappearing condemned abroad and its Texas origin ire
b and HthI about two and along this road already announced, it sand ridge that give off more"blaze' than coal, exceplo' it of the which make the

lr< -toecycle* occurred on'the-10th -cycles we walked mie the entire-distance t the purpose of Mr. Roach to plant the the disease',i 'distinctly. 'dietve"in hence, inora heat. The .whole citrus in 17h "Olive. condemned it'at home. :It remind the pecan i is very deep rootedthe'

I $. :iVf'* and 28tht; 'in December *these with an with the exception f a narrow strandof largest grapefruit grove In the country. character, has it* seat in aiment- .f family want all the sun, air and light My father ha. olive tree>from u* of the early reception of the American Because pecan prevail that fertilization -'
I' ';* cured on the Hh and 2" hammock intwo. he arrive canal' and finally the department," planted now'some five book and wine. Some impression '
(*-'' the 18th. ,dividing the "Whef here. thworkwdl ry the can get, and when yon exclude the American and.cultivation are not effective
"' "additional sub-minor' low CP.e. ( and chronic inflammation the small,intestine or .iv years, one I la fully fifteen feet day "will all become '
.: 18th De- . the'soil" timber Inaugurated and sun you do so at the expenseof w* more reasonable I I. mistake. Culrlvatton and fertilH '
\ ''Thi additional* low on the -f and climbed examine the extent of f the plan will be to clear and plant from -, resulting 1 io mal-nntrition, anse* bloom and fruit. And ai.the ex blab and broad in proportion: ; the oth if not patriotic, and Instead ol zation It a will increase'the size and qua!..' 7?".

/< ,j N Cmbr iIa 2 favorable 1ndicto. ll the' hammock,''and obtained all the information one to tiyo hundred acres the first year, mia and frequent death from starvation; the cover is *o lb greater some reason die! not-do .well looking.towards Battle Creek.' Mich.. of the nut borne the succeeding

: > lessen th 25th of we could.. .The< first ham and continue until the entire'tract of that the symtoms show those generally p.of. and keep (hi repair for two or'three' ./ but .now it for the correct thing In daily sustenance ill Ranch Texaard slit shr ahrryear.

."f' likely to occur about JbE premises Jann- mock WaS high and dry,' the soil rich hammock is planted in these 'moner I attendant' upon chronic, anaemia; than ,Lthe',0 extra 'coat/of..fuel-.1 ,, t to growing fully--J a*--i well, 1 Tee tree? .k.are we willlive,( like plain folk at home.'People .-- .-,Dr.Troupe E. B, Stiles, Troupe,,Texas.,; '

l: 1. ". -Takinl the proceeding I .anlw It-m _.."d..I.I! .. dHh ftf A producing loss of appetite, emaciation'abnormal; "the' frost *nd cold above I two- ana a uui irvm *"- I .
westh? .eI.1sw' treeL-E ., keep I .bt five miles north who live In glass houses,art in Farm and
r' ,*.. prophesying with -. craving foreign. about .
be depression foot with reddish clayintermixed y .pptlte Nb.tnce the top 'of the trees.I have the evidence ._ -, ,. .
*'er condition there will a interval Lemon'are; an In sand, earth hones; west of oe. and within-onp In a' position'to raise -vegetables. -
: dug at several
.Ip Little wells were of orange growers that Horse are like *. U i Is Impossl-.
AboutJanuary excelentfrem.dY '
::4h Jbaremometer .nd found pulmonary t- s w,llttig,''or all hundred yards of 'a"salt water river, ..1 >- i, ,'
in< we fire in Florida sufficient tosave
;UTth and"S8thl February 6th, 10th and thl'bmmok. wblo. mmtrt" open are shelly hammock Nothing but learning will teach a ble to tell what'snthem, ; until'they ,,
growth of from lemons by bloodless small trees, much on a' slightly ,
9to and a* the days lengthening, pue t&d' 'linr tbem ucraton.- olrmnoowi inembrns.t inaidVof even tha.are 'darJ three depth and areas man how ignorant be is.I broken. .. : '
t$ day and vine was very, dens the.liv ,ays exchange .' appearance more susceptible: to than large land abut fee are -_ t. ':'-
of til <; cia 4 ,4"'g7L2
allowance U possible -
win make an o ' -
Boil lowly until to tooutti and Thsy.smeg.Feat S
<-we the ..mostprominent, they tre. -
oak being eela. bearing trees. '
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soten. fne '
,. .. .Inach say the 7th* Itkh and 2h there'" being //large and small trees of remove from the water ban | a* treatment 'catrtctiveji Mr L.'Taber. the leading' nur i to They bavenever, been fcrtUia- MisfFrontpewr-Is trmie"that the !""The.:prosperous msiJmanages : a 'it'

.- , ',. given a* approximate JsnuarytheieJcuUcycle'miy'occur d.te this 'Scattered through the growth eah. to' handle .qlea"",until the and Atonic- 5iiist. a cdasfuiiyairslaked G Florida said In( a circular ed.or petted in any wty{ b..e'.lee new tenor In our.choir wa arrested at in' onre|way:t ' '

'(at- the thermometerabont_ 'much of hard wood were-pines of immense .extracted,. atra al-add tim ae.bfe smlplataof ) letter that he,saved'twenty-five'acres born*' but they doubtless rWv Mrs. Goldmore' reception for forger? fellowsdollar.. z:' ,
; ; loaf mlhIt iron 'future I 1. 'oncIOD .proof ie* h<:had committed in the outhT .
p slid! two that'we easily tuur enough ore.hed I tC blebrh thr4tJ of nursery-: oranges, grapefruit and nel.1 ad .rr '
drifter thejtiven nice
threa day .' Ions of oJn given time olive grow ''wb re sugarcane Mr* Highchurcn-Ye*,' He had-Just "
u blra the twice as much i cold blii- that "
three feet.iri d stump.llcn Vy fires in/a, ,
affected ed mete..t platal. abut wate. kumquats open time io n4 k '
being the' terlgate
the moss thrive.-. Perhaps finished singing "Carry me Back to Old uNaw'I; is
i il Spanish
curCt arild nnil- sdristijnqltead' ) $ know ndler and '
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d influence Ca the, circu thert'.wjtebay Jale"'i'\repr. ,2t4 a'vet they art hereto Virginia;* '" a-wa-.that brought a tear your farm, You 14 4.
4"by ** If cabbage tion may-be { these are exception* '
wVl ; recommend-changa. pasture. also bu
..* berry tree, ,
II' comity '
by m.rnd. .
iffected "d Ion r. t
od"j t. Jro ts wy to when th Richmond Sheriff lay this workany..
1ioa o( the Tgirmb<.' enough mar'be'made to Jut- ,orthree ; wbatiJiaTereOorrtiIVicland : show for tbemslve. every eye ,
and 'repose.Beeust r.pnia. t < cnt.rl'an fnt lye b EcnnyNstbanfla. ; with lot tisement of BestrtLevel otn'a1m
Andteineat* lmetQ days. *If4nat be' ; came jo requisition Sper
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::n Valley Gaelic .\... ,OUWATEWy' : JNO. L.BEAMANJ: ,
: '
,; : rCv HwWlon
I ''Th . Doing 's a Large. \ : _
t.1T.L.'\ .. ""N. NO. c *** *< tolled! discussions going. _

.5 on' over the state\ la \\.be matter. o( \Uwus +.+++++++++++!.!. .+9.++ .+4'+14 I Iks, .
1 IL&UPIRDt'IIY rlDaV > ; HOUSE 4., '.
) >B.* 1. Valley tiatttt. Baildisg, and abuse of canals, The people Business. The-G11AYBS. _. {\

_ 'j.c1 .UUC&II.08CECI&4COUIfTT.rr... of Osoeola, Dade,.Polk and Brevafdcounties ; ii SaLE E FEED 4 Aerwptorifffc
'means 'susumins .laree .
are exercised] considerably usually ,
*W. B. HAEua, . t I J PBOPIUJCTOSS.J. : . because certain private.. persona assume risks-too large to be..a .sale t. :J'. T.( OWENS.' PMOPniKTONSPECIAL IIEY 'il ."

r \the authority to dam up-'tb eavoal burden Upon, an individual --4 ,

4 1 .. B. POUND Editor. giving I egress to. \the gulf 'from estate; KATES BY ,TIlE, WKEK .,J B .

. BMtmd..c Ua. Pntome la,ltlal.$ .... rs... \the chain of streams. and lakes southward Wise business men. carry STRBL [: ,. :: r.M
... ,
I' H SBBMul. .. KatMr.will . from Klmlmtnoc.Oo insurance to relieve S
special +
+ ++I t U
c ) $.bcrtb.s plaaa. notify U. otos U UM other band many of the\ cttl- their personal estate*of this ..9MERIA TRAVEL. SOLICITED. ,- + +t. ++ _
_* tkIsy tail la gat tba .nlarfy. '
z- .. II'communication.'' papar.M ra'nt Irani Our authoronwanond.nts tenS of Orange', Voluela, Putnam, risk. All such will be in.tercsted '1 Town.A JTlfT

,.4 _tIM Ve .\pad.II.. Clay and &b. John counties\ an raising -. in *?A Banker'. W ll;" SluaLU Near Depot. With Fine.Lalte VIew. Finest Turnouts It .

ImalMr will\ Botbs ratarnsd.n'sliiH Cain because ojr \the contemplatedcanal instructions ofa -- _
_ the
r ..' containing .- -
L : bet.weea.b.\ Indian and St. ,
Feojtor .... ,
U not _.11. lot
opinion.u. Bank to
'pr.. ." 4 by oam.pond.nt.SUB8CKIFT1OM: John rivers., New York President Fine 'Hunting and Fishing within easy reach Stnnda r
Ad.rt1dn r.4.i my b..04 o*.ppIIoeUoa. In the former case '1 It Ie protest\ \. his trustees ,regarding: invest.' gento'' r Armour I rlIiIzer .Cb. I4 ETC ETCArtesian
., .
I '
of his personal estate. .
LATU.' against .; blockade and In the latter ment : .
r - .
a..p.oa..t ..... . .. ..*. ,...00 an objection to. a cut, Whatever. may A f 1,000,000 policy anothe faMrarane .tb.u.Conrsctoy t.
0.....p,. .IK _oubm.... .. ,......: ,/oOe. romance, ol; special application to men I .
.aopyrtar..numtaui. ......> t., ,.,. ., .jtt. bethi private. wants\ of \the minority of. slUlrs. .described ,1.. "The. Largest. I r' _. - . -- . -- '. -- / .
: and however'.thejKmajr\ be benefited by aanual I'rcmium.

: Friday,' J.nuarY,30. 1903.A hedging the waters ,or ditching to. K..d ..-..y to kotk ...aaUi. .
1 lite Compeay. -- ,
get rid of \them, all'such beneBU of a /'>rjf-I.A...... -

1: STATE BENEFACTOR.'It. .. private. .. character. ought to. be waivedIt Fir*- la.Au.AmmuUi." Paid P.icy.t.ids.I.4. Grade Whiskey: j unp.' 'V l:*' ."

.. there U danger to. 'uooe lIful naviga Tin MUTUAL LIFE';' INSURANCE I 'Hlgh . ,
*4. : Is. with -great, pleasure that\ we StateBuDkoIkIssiuirnee -
'C'. tion. Whether or no the contemplated COMPANY or NwYowcNassau : '

not. thee! .p Oba !Jl8DLW..t.b. editorials : canal would prove- a. vent\ ....... It.. MCweeo. ,, Kicaleosece. ,Pie

chair bf t.b. Florida Agriculturist ofProfessor lhrouh| 'which''\the St. J'obD..i..or -' -, -... . 'Kentucky Exchange: -' j .
Liberty -
Cedar; "William-and .4
would escape to \the Ma, seems to. be a '
H., E. Stockbridge, the .
Hts., New York,.N. Y. '

snto, 'whornthe S\\..&... Is largely! ! 4uestlonaboutwhich\ .competent! \ ..en CECIL.. WILLOOX M.DIotr.r\ Offers to CustomersEve'iFac11itY' A N-D. READ -
., !gineers differThere[ Is much Involved \... : : '. !
debted Btat\ Agricultural So If UM drainage and throwing M. TILLKH, Agent. Klsslmmee. Fla. Consistent with Sound'Uanngement = : K. W. <

l etthe: SL&t&s1"" ,Farmer' Institute I open to market of \thousands of e .. :: _. ; . 'I 'r: d'A. ] ". ThePlcr.Ha 'TJmcaUiUoa&Clttsgattiibycao

. ... the State. .. Fair and for numerous: experiment acres of land depends upon such a ca-- PROFESSIONAL. :CADRS.. Personal. A tl. "Tt ion_ .ttf All BeIueU't U. : MB ci RATES.DAILVANDCeflD'iY .
I upon cattle which first accurately\ Is much Involved If by .........-.i.iP ._J7- '

. \ demonstrated to \tbe.public so doing the volume of water. In the ;: .(\. VANS AGNEW, ;? 'N. B. CARSON.-. I riow hsvc the largest stock of Wines Whiskies fine afniitlpoii"; "s paid.. ,. .'.. .$-'::1
". St. Johns Is decreased 10a point .. and Beers ever handled in Klssimmee. All ) piMtag. paid. . I.Jo
\tbe fact that beef ,u14 b* bred 1 in the only I LAW........ 1 .- Ills, lnl.I.'' ." |iad..r,. ...... .CI '
where It would Interfere With ATTOKNV.V AT grades at price to suit1 times. . One Vrsr, IMM.UUJ 151.1.-..
Florida which would CO. less per .1- 'p ; thf .11
great waterway reaching from \the Atlantic I -AND -NOTA Y PUBLIC, I -- I hOlIDAY '
pound and \taste. as .e11ID comparison FLA .. .
\ to. \these middle and southern K SlMMEE. \iA I. -
4 4' ..I.b.b.\ \ finest-producedIn the .., .Hl, ). Mi.nlhf,,$ Jlffl ,
counties\ of the\ State.\ It Is a question --- d -v.Q-I.- E PomlWek1.ICol.. : .Uuo Yt... .I.UDAll '..
\ In the Western SI&.... l' : A PEOX. '
Northern :
ol the uotointtiilt-.lluti.aiil
to. figure on, for as\ D .. Articles, ol 'Incorporation "lnl.a..h"lo
Prof.; Btockbrtdg. has always been bo aildreuwl ui .
:. a firm believer \tbe'hard1. native land may be, our pubUq waterways: DENTIST. ''"Ughtsey, Lewis & Caruthers .md by vlrto.ICIIRSRY of a .OIVEM.of forerloMira tbat under and CA.- I '2GF1orIdaTimz Union&CltliKV! *. greatest b8rU..hOl\ al.mad. and entered by .Circuit: Court' for K. BHARDSN Proprietor. .
caul of Florida as a foundation forth State\ .. Is blessed with.\ -Orlando Star. Oflloe! over O Osceolalharmacy.. ,.Cattle Company. :b. fourth Judicial Circuit ol Florida In and JACKSONVILLE/. '
of In .lulng.en
future, an opinion with which we \to 12 'or the Candy Clay Cbanoary .
V OFnCB HouRs:., 9MO: a. m. m.; h. md day of Decemnwr. IwU certain '
'bave"always agreed, and his first editorial 1:30: to. 6:3O p. !In.SATISFACTION. . Tba hereby aaaoolaU lh.maalvMlo MIUIHI therein, pending wh.rvln }'Penn.yl- *
The Board. of Trade of Jacksonville GUARANTEED. D.da..I.1, oorporate uudur .,0 by .,allis Company for lueuranrM o Live,sod -SYBSOR1lBE... :
in the Agriculturist\ I. devoted .... th.ilat. and the .
.Irliie ol lbs .1 Inoorporatlon law. C I. complainant --- ---- -- -- .- -,-
Is determined to. fight the proposed canal No1flJun 8, lyr. .ol laid down I. th. KeTlaedHlatut ::; Tampa Hex Waul Hallway Cmn- -
to the proof of \this fact, which I. so Telephone rln.ld.. t'lt':
.. .. -
to. eonnect-lhe 81. Johns river and *. ., and the Art. of the Legtelature Wil. n. William. Robert
important to \the owners of \the \thousands -, .mandatory thereof a< d aupplementaryLbereto I . .\I" .Roger. H. T. Kendall, LINE RAltROAOCO.iCII .
the-Indian.River, and all the newspaper H.-J.: lick W. W. .......... and till .lollowlng article ol In ,ui Aietgne.0& .Coleman,tbe ChathamVallonal ATLANTIC COAST rue OLD'RELIABLE
of. cattle .immediately le our A .
HOLLOWAY. oorporatlon "J B. Kdward U. McIMMl.ul Harriet . - .
correspondents in Washlngtojf HICKS A. rValk.r' Frank W. Pop*. and the Ulnlwlpply.Hay
neighborhood. ARTICLE t.
: .
and all \the "oeler, growers" Inde. and Surgeons shall be Tb.Ulrhuey Realty Company .,<1 will VU1 KFTKCT .J "XM.ia. JT'1
We publish his\AI.\ in Physicians The amine of oonior.tlon I I liter eell to' highest bidder forrash ,
. United States" can have no Influencewith Lewis Carulher. Caltl. Company. .. .a before the Court house yi M u .lJu. 21 I 1 }' It s
full. with \the strong Inward assurance Offline over Osceola Pharmacy.. with lu : ol' ba.la_at KUelnv : 004n VlMf L .. cia imp in
principal par. the Mild nf Clay Slaw ef Florida
\the organization\ In \thsrmatter.Members Calls answered day or nlgdt.RESIUENCK .. me..'Flrid. .I( such brauob otflree and I mint, I.04 the City of County Ureen Cove Hprlun therein : :: N hOp 4 Mlp.: : .:. riant l1t: : .:::1na 1 I l y -*' = 0OY4
t deal &
tbat I it will do great of Rood. .. .
SDVp l Ar .. lo. 5 SQ. .5 45 5
-" .I..h. In U.IMie.the .Op
ebl.h" the Brat A. .
of the Board' Trade re--. PHONES: .. h Monday IOt. 1'1. .
O . .. .
Ar. to .
Since the present Interest in improved tb. Board ot.II'&& .tame .the second of said month and. N 09| .. snip R. .
in alive that something\ must be done at Hicks, No. 40. Holloway, No. ARTICLC ii.Tb. I legal bl. day, wltbla the heist nouraolaalih. ... 7V.p311' 7ltiaAr.. . Bartuw. .Lv. lllI/ Ciba... "I'. .. -
cattle' husbandry began Floridathere .
I Onioe Phone No. 3. : said fol- 6 ij H Up I t Mmu Ar.Ar. Arexlla I.e I (10 .
dMcribtd In decree
\ here been those who dmltlng onoe. They beUtrve \that \the aorpora- jeeeral naturaol. the b".I._ f b I II I Idz lonE property:. a. ... 4 10 *. W|l' ou. PuntS <4onla. I.e: 4 nip ; JO.-.. .::: :: : ....

\the natural .elYaaLaIl'WohbtLHP/JoD./ Lion back of \the movement cares nothing S. I; nlo1.d b, said .rUu oa be.0. The morUtagnd.alT property menllonrd and derlbed U UMp 17p :U1:r I -;'.;.:.:: ArAr. '_. '.KlMlmmM.Orlando....,.-. .: :- :": .:::: : n: 4 osp,.j.-'atop 1 loIn
and thatoondltlons Indicated \the development F' TUOMACOPI.pby.ietee. and I...._.. raUlng. bnylng and aelllngorxitb rwla. > In In. the bill I ol com. .. ArAr.. ... .Sanford .: .
and I .
for the of\the river In said .< deecrlbed In 6MI'
plaint 10. ,
of a great live-stock industry In ailKIS81MMEE.. ...... or tradlna In ealtla. horaea, .heep. '' s m . . ,, Oriuiro Ctlr 'I ,.. 141.
AU CALLS ,. ._ .. Kxblbll W. b. .lbs land therelolore p 17 JluoUon.
and I 0
kind ol ii I
q the state. bave scouted \the idea \that \they ar.anwiIItn'to. sit Idle while the .nd other Mil and nVecrlbwl.. Kxbiblt 10 the '. . . ArAr.. . .. l.n.l. ... .. . .... 10,.
... and "I" .. ..
our intrinsic own native value. cattle These. possessed pooplo -ba any.. wopiccontinues.: \ ] Sorae.of' \ members ".$.._ 'Pbe.e: 33. .. FLA.TJR. Otfl.. Pb CI .wood pose bl..1 llml-er.I fralu l.b., ;Aad'=. ., mineral b. nterebaudlM and ...ilotherprodurl. said Dountle..toIt 04-- Bmvard i .Uii.te, Clay, lying, Cltrua and In the D.Hoto. 4'WI'Mp. 7.. '.... ....Ar. ... ....\. .. .. ... 0.1 sip.., a.a. 5 ic.lOp J1LS

of .
are desirous having ptOarner all kind,of land: telL Lee. Hanon. Monrao.Orange.
claimed that only bJ'.b.\ .\total supplanting of the board and -- - .loaoiiilre.of own any, ...D cnltlvat.; Oweoia.ut.%: Sumwr;, 7------- .._ :::
of all natives by"*'full-bloods of>he call a special meeting A; B. STEVENS. d.v.l4ip Cud| to.luirov| land-"P1 product.Ihervol. Polk and ._ .ol Florida, and 7 .. Tioulon' . .. -.-'. ...'_ Ar. . ",
improved beef breeds could it be-po.- take action\ Immediately. Assistant Alao the .. : road., described .'olu. R Lskoiaud .. "... ... I.. ... 11001 I
..,.. Irrlg.tlon and any In OHCSOLA CUCVTV. SBC. T. AcasaIVMI ... 05111 ( . . ,
9 11.\ 'lIp. \r.
sible to produce\ type of normal! demanded United States Engineer; Hackelt... has . ....DENTIST.... bMlo.r.m. and .. .i .. AiiFraoi I U lEa----------l.i- . .... .. A. 4 dIp
Dy \the real beef'markets\ of \the .submitted United States: District the ..1.ryl".u of .Id . ". Au:: : 31.tli I O..ln' A. II (1'
.... .. .b.I. and : : .
world. building tiperalliin 4 El Is *h.O iiI c.. U
Attorney\ Stripling a report of \the Gas Aiiminl.tered. .'" for thu lr>in.|>orlallon ol ... . a .. 4 rap ( 'II eI
iotwith.LandtngLberbpeatmd\ \ demonstration I a.30 .. ... toJ ': .. and nod CUd generally to do .".I.hi I I",. 7 IWpH 1 l : . k..I.I . : .. II 5)s)
made at ihnv. State"Kperlment work: being done on'the .lands of, one Office hours: }" ;30 to 5.30 1'. 1:? I.n aeuengem.1 ...ry acts ..0 exercIse. sit Al.. . '1 .1 . .. Ar . .. .. Ikr",1,\H. .. I t. . .. POWDER
i - Station\ of \the beef producing possibilities O, W. Uopktos near Like Washington Hone, ..u'.n"by tb. Florida upon All .1 r.- A II A' .. -.. .. a lop .
ORLANDO. FLORIDAJ .* :: It : .: .. ... r '
A' ) hpi-t05s. At. I '
All .31 7a \p
of Florida steers and Florida .II. ..1" : .1 AbMlutely:
.. and if navigation.- Is Interferedwith 1..0' . All .. In"l lt12flAPi '' Ar .LIve O.k . A. . II Ills
foodstuffs when under a .
brought .
together .
... .. . Ar cia
\then iha'lIM ((1CM n"p.t
\ this official It Is said, will Th. capital shot of I . .. .. .
intelligentmanagement.. and in spiteof M. W1L.LSON JR. : .,I' . ... S ::011| IA "W.J..I "' .A 7 H. THERE NO
( > ' ,
I satisfactory results, \ of.b.\ oystematlo act. Titled- -a.Into u..a4 ...1.W..I. ol.. : .: .:::::.::: ?4 : : :: : ; : .Tacit. .. At 7 ::141. I I"IA. .. .TI'oa.._. ... Lv a I. I SII
11.rO ; ,l. .
.. ... .
\ feeding of Florida eatUrmt Bartow, Too projectors. It Is allegedbelieve. S NOTARY" PUBLJ.. )r ai'b. whlrh .h.ll I.b* ''I' up ilouaanvMlblu .. .... ... 'l>.lly ...1. ..a<." -..- - .
Deals. ., Tampa, Palatka, De-Funlak In Al. l ) S' ,1 lisa ;% OIj.10> (YIp I.* . Titnti1 . Aril 4%* .J "t 'Hip 7 icy -
small' sufficient for \the STATE LAROE. (S- .. :
that a canal I. AT R .'' C 1 -.'' ,
... ARTICLE IV. All ... 4/ 7 CIg 'b a1." 'lu ltjf. Arn au --" Jl "tiff
there b. still been ,. .. O.
and ... places would .. present, because the waters rome_, Real Estate Agent. Haiti rmrpnratlon .. hue ....e..lo by All ..". ........ .J*.4 R f''. .'0 O a -lila 7 4.' -.1 *'u. 10 hIm'|i Ar Port T tnjMi !..H..I.P\ "10 '/ "Iic
blind Doh. Need
..those woo .... Hani for |x-nod ttlly (.tu) Al.. . :: y >... Clearwalur. I.. ( M*. Women
We have ever insisted on the advantages St. Johns rtv' ..wilL moon widen the-ca KISSIMMEE. FLORIDA. )1co.M* o :L' .. ".:. .:.: ':. I : : l 012 : ",H# Ar . (>x>n. .. I.v' ""| 41.. ..
.r of' beef blood and the necessity cal to. one hundred feet and glvelt'allthe .. ARTICLE V A'I' .'. ,... '.t Iftn Ar T.rpon r'''..' LT .2'. .
. .
p ... ..ll'iooreslon .hall b. .. ... .. .
b/.I" or O.IY..I.II".d.; '
: for Its introduction before best results\ Tb. .
With this \ depth n.r, I1ARAVELL and ni.n.Kod by Prv.l.Iehg' VivaPtr All .. : .11Li5*. 11.155.
__ could be expected\ or Florida recognised J ruiiduc14M.ldMiu itacreuirand r, and a All . ' .10 si 3* 0.10101 Pullman sleeping e.rl on 21"and 32 between Jackaonvllleanti Port Tampa. b oonktant supply autorlal f
1ace bo..I.
\ of elass staring\ people in ihe 'j. .I.Ji.:: All:: :: ; ::.: .:: : ..4 31 Itt I.4iSII 0 i
as a producer high! meat.we *PD Hunrd of lmtora, flve. anlirh their systems oooafabtdrain. !
: ._ JUSTICE OF TilE PEACE .. . ... TiTrTiK : s Ur u.
r y nave nowever:" wiw equal ucuan.J .* It seems remarkable that any sane"man : fitliar oirtcwr. ... .... .u. Hoardof All . :1: 1. MLM T Ta.ntr momont of b- ) I
LARGE All .. < .
./' tency claimed advantages for \the native can be found to declare that It NOTARY PUBLIC'STATI AT Th.IHrCUWS Hoard may ol : b. vlerlol' ala All . .. .. .. Tel KM .7 HOW Slip ii N'*li.L.. Jarkaouvlllo Tampa, .Ar) no.i]]llOOIII i I.'M, .-78.4v2o '__ -All-tram. _, d.lljr._ _ :1 0_ or when the ". la In Impormiabcd.MltowneM .
r as a foundation on which to. build. will not. Injure the St. Johns river. MARRIAGES A SPECIALTY. iiuiokbold.r. r1I.i..1 I *. brl.l .< Kl.ImmM Al. .. .... .. 2J El 1.14131' 10 MM A r Wajfcrowi 'I.e SMM II ato Hooaa'Ilia "<"i' '.. T..j. Ar hump 'I lop appear. uion I. o paUor.Tho '
; .. . .. .. rrmndr needed la Or.Haitw.InmToDla.MotblnirelM
: ..
Bis hardiness, .adaptation local Office ort Stewart Avenue rlorlda. ui. aeonnd . .2.1 Ill ..6 fJMta I l.VrftX'iplAr| ..H.valiualCliarli'Hiin> l.v N 4'ul 7 lOll'> L. .Ar I'lOs 7p
\ .... The people of Sanford and all the ol .arh .: everyrar 1 1 h.. I.f.. .. .. . ... : 6/7. : _I.! II I 5.4.) II 27aI I! V I I lO At Wsycross l.v sum 6H.p am this particular condition aa and J.iiu.ry : I
\ ;
'conditions and'ability FLA. ) .. Val.lo l.v: ol It. bM made hundroda tnoua.
tlivlr uirnibvr la
KIStsIMMEE. 4 7aXta
: \ > ) : : ; ; : iLiJlIs 2i
It 'takeear* of himself midst surroundings towns on the upper 8 .-JohD. are. vi.tally .. .. ..." .h.1.. Pre.I.eot% .,.nVvrriary ndTriie.urer ' UN :.! L' r.11.."... .I.y n: I. .... '|homaiivlllu .1.. > l&ApSWla o[ .women look younger and asses Dunn. .
which would exterminate a race \ and !their citizens, tint .h.ll, ailu4| uenwmarir bv>law. :::. ".:;::: ;: : ; nio 1...p )b/\ lUrhm. l.vIJH.I 110's 7 ictp I lOs \1. Ar Montgomery. tv 74 J. fuel.>rn rounret tbtir looked n not onlyTMtomt l
4' IDte..LedI .
th. All : ItS : tin In Ii sop Lv 4 1. Ir . : \A
for tb. of Hoard and4orn. 'C. j At ,
less perfectly\ adapted habitat, have. giivvr.m.iil . Al I ... VliM.Ar( lultlmo.I'hlladeli.lila. .1.. t IJ:4 Ilr..lul..I.v' ,.0.- .t.u.euervr and beanlr; but II la a .; -
I \therefore. are opposed to. \the project.If psU,. nod alnall .p, ""\ .a.. S.1 1' 0.0(54 9 11, \ .. ,
converted most people consideringthe oUst oficerq and .e"l.. US thry. Irol.Iot. _n.n..r' All' . : Gui I $lJ 4tt\$ IlllrisIAr| I.v aicna i240p' 1 li M>aTHIIOUUH . .. ... .. Lv SIA.700JI, ""P.4 orl. .'o.a ailment poou-.
problem from a business stand pol ot, \the work Is not\ stopped at, once, RHEUMATISM and oropcr. .,.d the .. $nrre ill ;: 114 0LT4 TluIMp'Ar: .Ecwok.Lv \\p- 1'II', Ar cliicngOf,., l.v _. .lo.tlio.. It curs It roniorM 1* .-
.. ... . .
.to\ his _rl\.l.\ W* have the canal. scheme promises to. >toe \the tarp. sod Treasurer .., be 1..11' oa. nudI.h. Al ..... .. . l e1.ui' CAlC 8Icvrci.f..-;K;.Kt-i Mii, "rrrr.v ';.." llrat oauaa .It IPI'just .IW pt 0

. recognised the drawbacks b* Imposed.,81ow most Important Issue Jn \the next Senatorial Until Mm.II.rr.oII.annual oo llii. and .'n-tlon I. ". 18..1. .O&..1: No,.. 3d nud :33 carry ..... Ixiul.vlUeAr. .1.. : *obnlnglc1tb. .
smallness of carcass, CUREDAT LAST of iifllror. on the iwrond Tucn'l.r' In lannary. All . . : ers between New YorkJacksonville '." . !00h1LJrv 11 Iftn .o.Dr.
maturity, :I. fJ
and . :, : : .
campaign. :
Congressional hi
,. - preponderance of Internal fat when in \. U.., 15 U.$. oorporalnr.y. .V.t., .u Levi.hon .o Robert I'araou. All ............'.......14 1 ; 4,42" and Port Tampa. Day'coaches bel'I.< !*i:Ar .. <'hlr.axT...I.. l0Os il.. .,
condition and comparative lacloof do.Iopm.n' United States -Attorney Striplingcan .Ahr.Richard E. Carutb.n shall All ..... ......w ... l 141,72, toweD Jacksonville oDd Washington and DlDlojCarl bcuvoeo Savannah an?
... of the parts from which the do nothing until the canal connects .C..I.e..1\ .'1. D.r of Dlrootor. for Mid 4umKliy All .. .'.. .l44kt4tI. 31 1 0 410All.I10Ut.j43i Now York. No. and 2 carry between Jacksonvilleand Harter'sIron
have been Good News for All Who ... .h.ll'1 b lr .l- , 14 ..11 New York vIa \ and Penn. U. II. Nos. 78 .
high-priced outs must come with\ \the St. Johns. It is thought. Hob.rtCanither 'dentCud All.----------101(55Y- .1 ," and 23 carry Pullman
VI. .
&. the features for counteracting which U. A. '.1 Mn<* All ., < " "4" Sleepers\ between and St. LOllie via Itlontgoinory.Stcstners .
,. that Congress will have to be asked to Suffer With Jlhcum.aitlsm. :: : I All ".. "Ml .ak.onvln. .
4 r improved blood must be Introduced.. Its.. COD"Dn.\ ..poopl.o Tr. .ur r. on t.b : .are.lh. I :., ': C.'2 )leave Punta GOI'da 1.00.and arrive at Fort Myers > 4
f. ._ The'opponents of th. ..uativei b.y. grant .. I .. Free.". I AIl.....",....1 ",!,a. ....., I Stelnoileave' Fort Myers at C.OOa and arrive Punt Gorda .11.. Daily Tonic .
-- Insisted. that before these. traits could -mttlng- aroused. as they- believe \that "Tbe bI5h.utarno4lnl ol liability Al.. .......... .... 1 .. except Sunday.- -
..-; be overcome, so much foreign blood the draining. ofl,000,000.cres of.bel\ To all who 'suffer with Rheumatism 1 vi whiCh said corporation can al auy All nl nf nn.urvcired."" ,M.) II " "u Steamers tall for Key West and Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays
must be in fused\that the native must watershed of \the St. Johns river canhavebut I will gladly send..... the wonderful line: .ubjwit lu.lf'1 shall b. furly-n*.IboUMUdI6WW All::ol un.arv.yed .lu ; m .ill : .atll.OOp. l.yaln
enttrelydteappe&r. essentially a full of how mother\ was cured (' ) dol.. A of nn.urveyed IM .1* Ml '
story .
oneffect .and .my I CODneUou. made .at for all points north east and west. gins tons and
on the river VII.Th. of ,ee.l ofriver Jacklonvle
blood \take his place. Thfriends of after years of suffering, \together\ withthe \ ARTlr.E numirvoirod Information ,round ant
of that Is to. lessen Its\ deptb.-.JackloD. Rheumatlsrn nam.. of the to eanltal ... -ft : 11 .0 .obeulell. tliroueh car arr'Dgmeut. rll"r'I..IOD' .1tIIY \. -
advocates Improved treatise
the native among most elaborate on .:. .lbt All ol' eailaf \. etc., may L and renew m.vigorof
tock of said corporation tn.m upon any ) = = '
,,., conditions have remained In some ville Metropolis. ever published.No ftv.rally .ulMcrlbod, and the andaatoantof river a.'e SITotal. : 11 ,till;. 00Notice b 8Ur \ a. I r. PAULKH, Ag't. oua =help I quickly and)lust as :

,. .. doubt as to. exactly how close cross ... matter what your form of Rheumatism .. .. Mock subscribed blh..IOPWA'b.t . ... S. P. COLLIER JU.. DlvlilonPas. Ag't. Tampa, FIs. and ,". of lws.pain. .
ton seroem .
would affect the objects\ sought, hardiness Is, whether acute chronic 1"111 T. M. KMKRSON, Trsf Mg'r. W..l.CRAIU. O. P. H. M. . .blU .
Yavapal will be num.eloa
A the
thrift of the. D.wl.b\ \ the The Washington\ Correspondent of .deformant, :D"t h. required lo bo .. br ; .V.NNr\'lI. b.e I. kid.1.
and \ muscular inflammatory, .1:0.1. each bidder with tbe .. ,. I. nub by ea. Wilmington. N. C. ,a ., by o
early maturity and beef making pro- the Times-Union and Cltlsen sends solatia, neuralgia gout, lumbago . ,. n.. II (091", Flor- ._, _.Iaa rherk before bidding' ol twooenle .1 ou D.
; pensltlee. of \the full-blood. Actual experience etc.-no matter how many doctors \ abarM.. per : the lands Included' III anyone Tins following la one of tbonaatifli similar ,'
the following. on \this complicated subject II. I.WIrort UMda, folk C nly,Flor offer 0 .
on a considerable scale has have Jailed in your case-no matter. :7.'. .harM. r: : H. n. : ndoiwementa that we have received i ,
heretofore. bean lacking in Florida. : bow many so-called "sure cure" you \R..r C.rlh.n. Inrk.y llamnwck, Oao- BUCIMAJ-' Mallory Lines
,- Her and there the results of various Washington\ Jan. 12.-There Is nodanger ,have tried-I want you to. write to. '. 145 .harM. II.I.. Steamship Bouiton Ttxaa. Dae.4.MM."Myf.lberhaa.ueed 4

crosseahave.. beeen apparent but a whatever of damaging\ 1:0.: ... me and let me tell you how my motherwas Oweola Richard County.E. O.ruth.ra Florida.,I abar.Turkey ,-..-aiao tbs
herd baa .recently, not been avail Johns bJ'.be\ process of draining from ourttd. STATIC Or FIX>RIDAICOURTV of Application to Sell aommonoad War and whoa_I marrtod In Daeambar on. .111) -

.. .; able. Its\ upper ..waters or more particularlyby I atta neither a Doctor nor a Professor or POLK I t Lands. TIIUOUGII TICKETS-TO Barters lies ""Mwl of bla o D.
At present however ieverahrds) a canal from Lake Washington to. -'simply a plain man of businessbut Ii.for. th. authorilr paraonallrram. % Cherry Bitten, and two bore,of his LJtOe '
developed during \the past two years FAil OaJlie creek. Members of \the I have CURE for Rheumatism, William U. A. UfhtMy. audW. loi.I. hereby-of 1..n that the underlined' I New Yurie Philadelphia/ New Haven: New London F,1 Kivcr, v P 1 am now nearly .lily-two .1.. \

are answering the queries of Interested Florida delegation have. 1 beenwatch- and I want to. toll everyone who suffers II. 1..1.,. 1. "Du..1 la b.the" lor personsneumd tainsanloloa deoaaaed will make application of Joseph to I H.oTlvcr lion. Stonington, Providence, Boston and all Northern points, baokward I ,.attaesad 1 UMoldBodlelnainnd.would -

stock-men.. Qn of these w* recently lug the matter closely from Its Inception. with Rheumatism\ about It. I wishto and who aekw>w|. MInor Jonaa.Ju4g.ui the circuit Court la'' not _tamm' for '
., carefully! inspected and the result Some months &11'0.b.\ gentleman be clearly understood and ,trust sOl| th..lornllou thereof to b.their tree act and for the Seventh Ild"I.I Circuit ol Flor I TLOWER -' aspofthenreoalsasad5." -

of the examination is laid before at the bead of the project\ asked ,that all -who are suffering with this and Ul.ntloo.d.WltnM.deed for. the na. and vurpoart tb.r.ln 1.1.".*..Cbamben Court may al be. oa .)l.. .or,. wherever February "0 Mts..A4'ckst&(5SNStuoeas0sslbst.bsee'iiaas.h
: the\ readers of \the Agriculturist.\ . the\ government for the\ necessary permission terrible disease, however apparently. .my band and official Ma). this the. IBrd. A. D. IMS. lor ax order to sell i private (
.Tb cattle belong to. Mr. S. H.\ \the project : beyond \the reach of cure will write \tome nib day ol DMnb.r.A. L). 1"1 .ale' '...lollowngdeecrH>e real. _. .llualed RATES .

: Galteklll.. : and ar. on his 2,000 acre would Hot Interfere In .any way with this day and I will send you by (SnAIl) c. Cj In 1" ,c.I" o W..I.sod "_'of Flrl. Z..O Dv. .,

farm ,at.McLntosh\ ,-Marlon _COUD '. the St.. Johns. The Government was return mall this work of mine. I appeal "Ln. All:of_i.fe'"J? >wmll'Dl0"1 Range -.Tlb. .sup_-

-The animals in question consist of. urged by-mom; i of- the delegation! I especially to. -\-'chronically. STATE OiT Ft-ORIDA.( W... .... .. .) .. "'or or lvs. _. __ _.__ =..__=_._. .TJlVIAr" --.-- - \ .. .,_.
Investigate __ . .!! -- : Ij
.- _bout-arty-4s sprln Ja-elves-re- to b-ave-th United States engineers lir'-whoare warld-and-dMjacouraged J9tiC9MsTT. J- -- ( 1 . a
---- vultlog from the cross of native cows \the subject \thoroughly before with 'doctoring" and to &.ho.who defers tb. nnd.r.l nwl aulhorttt personally. I.UU.'J. -lly fc.t.1. Maia.niyiy -

with. a thoroughbred Shorthorn\ bull. any permission was grantedbut have been cast aside as "incurable.. earn.utbara Robert lo m.Carutb.n known lo b.and tl.RlohaVd parsons K.named Car- P.A. VA95AUN3W Ulv.r. d_"eUAlloruay ANY OTHER_ LINE. r . BEDWIMOATTON, CI ,

Theouws are longhorned "cat ham- the Government had no funds for the All you have thought about Rheumatism In ant who subscribed lo lbs fnrrrolaf anlcleaof AdmlnUtralur.Georgia OI. .
.med" typical specimens of their race. work and claimed that. If navigationwouhi may be wrong. L me tell you Incorporation, and acknowbulswl tb. ..x.oulloa .- I 'o -Passengers leave Jacksonville Thursday as follows :- I" ,
tbMvaf their I act and deed every
Their average gross weight would not not be affected. t It bad no jurisdiction our ..perleD. .. i you' have for th. Uses 1 h therein m.atlonad. ,

exceed MO pounds. The bull is a fair. in the matter. Recently, bow. . or have suffering WIln.M mr p" ,. seal tbl.. Ih. Sontliem & Florida Via the "Sea hlan ." . - . . 10:10: a. rp. (MetLimited: u P... _y, -
representative of hlB breed weighing ever \UM War Department, learningthat friend it will pay you to Investigatemy eta day o OoMmbar A. D. iwii { .

C in pasture condition, probably 1,200 the drainage people were ..bouUo offer,anyway and prove for yourself (I..ALI) A. B. FKROUilON Circuit Via Plant System . .' . . . . 3 :145_ m.. .
p.. .
: -pounds.. Th first apparent result ofthe begin work directed\ Captain Shuak \\.bo. claims 1 make. 'By I. A. loutitot, D C.Cle.1 Con -r- -- ,
\ combination of blood is that \the to look into. \the matter. and if necessary me your address today-a .. 2nd dayof Via Seaboard Air Line------------ Fast Mail.) %
la that the
Notice hereby on J1:4o: m. (
Shorthorn Is \the more prepotent. Not put I It Into the hands of District . postal card will do-and I will mall February A. D. 1 II., the forasolof .nl"l. mVaTR MOUT. p. flhIivr[ NIIl1 Ifl

one of the prOHVsy *.} V> show a.*". Attorney Stripling. This will you \this wonderful I story.. If youhave of Ineoruoratlon will I b. preaantod to 8CHEDULBS IM KrrKCT JAKUABY 4. IIMS.Dlxl. Going aboard steamship immediately on arrival at Brunswick
i Ungoiahed features of the beefbloodinfusion bring' the subject to. a bead and someone any friends .urr.rIDI with Rheumatism senor letters of lbs (Mala ol Florldn. mad.and.application t

more pronounced than the will have to show that\ \the proposed \ no .. located 'o patent tho. b:. PAKitOKS Flyer. Quick Bajuziago
-, .native characteristics of the cows.Many canal or ditch will or will not send me their address, and I will m'lltohem WILL..N LvPalalka........4 e p ap._ Checked Through to Destination. IiLt

t of the calves still running beKJ prove Injurious. a cony. My address Is W. H I.KWIR. Javkauuvlll. ... I OU a m 7CAaua \
VICR ROBERT CAKITTHKKJlM1CHABD ArV.lrto.laArTUton .. . II lft For illustrated matter diagrams, reservatioQ tickets, etc., apply to
_ nearlv heavy Ind. OOant
!|I> rfame am as RINBLT. Blooraflel J, 111 K. CABUTUERH. 1 t
... It M ant
*;;tbe latter;;. l of these show marked Cattte. for Cub. Conlel._ .... SOOapn 1.p.{ A. w. FYE.AKt., no\V. n gt. JACKSONVILLE :
traits of \the Shorthorn. Several of A. M o.We.......__.. I j.. 4 I0p :1;

\them possess the rectangular bodies, This despatch In yesterday's
broad hips} straight backs square papers will be welcome news, and, The Orlaodq Star gives a table of Deed Under Section 8 of n..c..n. 1..

..>,.'buttock\IbM and they proud could heads easily to. pass such for judging from \their past record \the \the last eighteen years'. crops, and. Chapter 4888, Law Ar Arehettanomaitmp IL4.Nashville------"..Y. :: : Mra4Wa > 1 oo amS40aa> "KISSIMMEE .

full-bloods should \they be seen on ablugras Senators. will get \their way: add. : of Florida.NOTICKISHKBKBTOIVKrtTHATfl.. ArSi.L.nis...... ... 724prn RIVER ROI3TF"Steamer

I. pasture 10'< Kentucky& : Instead Washington .J_. 26.-Senators t.hattiz ArCkW ..... -.11 Want __
It will be observed \ten yearsfrom ,, H. I.. A. .. -
of under \the moss. drapery. of a Mallory. and Tallaferro are making lock .. 1X7. d Bal ArLirnisylil... . itoam -"- _
1884 to 1804 \the ..1.. C.r.\. iIShprn .., _ _.
Florida hammock. / sin earnest effort to. amend the Cubanreciprocity crop IDcr.a lb.lit *. .. Tas Cnn.IliloMe ArcIselnosti.. .. . 30am SUioun / "
stockman\they furnish that Florida in from 600,000 to 8,000,000 boxes. In One No.OH. dalvd lu.4th day N NoT.mber c.sLs.a.a.Arthiesso.. MILS. L. S. 'AAS. .
.To posted treaty so ;and Lillie I Steamer Roseada
.- n any A. I) 1556 Tax CertlnfMt.1 P.. IMS,dawijlh.Mh ... .. 5l5a m !
conclusive proof\ first the event of its passage will not be year following the frees I It to day of July. A. O. IMS, has Sled .i I Of ti..aei4l; T ..
cross bot.weon.b.\ native and the \thoroughbred left out of Ite benefit They' are work- drop In mr ofKre. and kM made ankllcn-- Solid train. Irani Jaekaonvlll. to Haoua. Captisi Jalmso. Jr. Mcnm
and until Clay 8r. CUT s
78,000 not \ Captain Job.aosi. *
.r ,. Train f Pn-.Un
boz. lion Ion Tax I) a4 In I. I. *ummn*.t Valooata stein ".c cull
w* the Interests ofFloride
E' e.. will tv. to* log particularly la 1890 It to \ law. said eerUSoal. ..b._ the '.'_1.. train .nw k>fen J., ivlll.r 1... ..far.aavuiytan .
seek. Tb subsequent crosses win. tobacco, fruit and vegetables di .pproa abaonb..l described properly situated In OnMom _al" 1- ..en D. rll.. gals for with % .
1t doubtless increase some of \the desirable and caul Senator Tallaferro made w a was 18. year was Florida lo-wln :=." n. M"I Regular weekly trips to Bassmger and .return. Roseada leaves hig.d.w* and having Med
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dualities and will certainly an argument before UM foreign relations S.O bzo] 1_. foe the 1.0 lloa NBU or stcQ) in viU. Iculs vie sililuel. Kissimmee Tussday morning( and arrives Kisiimmee Friday evening. tral p tatni.liswnh
-. mlnOsh the probability of Individual committee on behalf of \the about doubled \ D.II'U Mouth.Bans,V>-"' ear..n Mat. :Scsi.. ,. ..awuau, cl
reversion ,to the native type. The south. Florida cattle ..Interests\ and If :years \.bi land being: .. .. of = '"' rain I.t.bioagk I Spia' l Charter Trips to Lake Okeechobee and Fort Myers on the y WI.c
Florida ratio of the Increase Mr. the issuance of such nertlScalM In th. manu ol .t wily w .
demonstrated that the 1s a40P'ed.b.\ froi M occommodatton for Rates reasonable .
plan .
fac& moms proposed Va'_... Un lew Mid eertlOoate.shah p..angor. cured > -
..stockmen. need not wait several generations treaty will provide for a decided differential W; Uv.Fuller, who It \the .law, l deed will>rodeeiaed u.- Statien "d_.I.-\.II. a...n.' The lD.t Waterway in Florida: build.11. drangtha.UwsyattM . .

for \the advent of finals In favor of Florida. cattle. best posted man on \thestatistics\ thereon er'.1 71-d., 0 DiicIsi'Pa.e.nier J B. .U".... For lre'ql. .u,wlarl tat.By .. \
which shall be In demand In" the. .; The Island's, trade In beef eaule in o neL r"J .""1 w. .i. I Passenger Freight Rates apply to -
culture In the Claims WITH EM :
.market. Neither need they undertake 1901 'was) over six million dollars orange .tt _..__ niy_ January.A. O C ._. F' CLAY JOHNSON, SR.. Proprietor "tired women" )Adams ,
? \the expense or risk of producing with. only one million of it enjoyed by had it not been for \. of last I .I 0.1 \i u. .o .I.. Asrat If aeon,G1 ,On board "Lillie! ," Kissimmee. Fla. means nnrvoas wl ly. %

fuU-bloods. JTbe desirable qualities \the United States. This was one, no summer \there-would hav*been' least JMO. M.UCK \ .
ClnmU Conrt Camels dflD .
,Florida.MOTId '
. "Of, \the native are available without doubt, to UM. fact \that \the Cuban 1,600,000 boxes \this past year Instead avl OD ourD any ofthfw ,
seriously interfering wI.bbe\ eat.ab- tariff actually favored the exportersof thai women bare..
lished advantages of tb* funblood.There Guatemala, Honduras and Mexico.If of '1, thai nothing unusual 0 Or APPLICATION FOR TAX DU . .You csif yourseUatbomswitkthis r,

. is' no risk in asserting that a differential U charged Florida. OUr to. damage\the trees or fruits from DES UOnON I OF CHAPTER ..LAW' i1dStandard 1 \ proM women's remedy.Win : "
I.Ir "\aere are halt blood calves in Mr. would capture a large part of UMIt this time "ooward the l Increase la the ..OP FLORIDA. 'l. I ol CarJul. 'Win o Cal kas -' '

JsiUklll's\ bard which, whentwo! year* .......- will forward in andbounds Motto,to barabyrlvwa mat Joan*A Barkar . eared t,1

''imniknirAJr old. can la?" mad. i---to weigh* wblab l.OOO-to, If off crop and go the pessimists ..h 1.p argue "ohaamf mea JuIy., and L Tu Ii.D..CartmuM 1 Kiaoe'acvkoarioa 500. has Ho Ited lisTaa seid stifles SI. led I- Grove's T doctor not bfffiil'h.vefaaledtobeneflt.get well today*Why .
rm Chill A t
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that UM . ...1 Toiic I '
CIDoIoD&a.t lDar" would Is to regretted stew thai w*will never bays a 6,000,000 cropsgain 1.I... Said diOI.11.00 boUies. .
: ere
II MOW*\the high price: of 'baby beef.' press.will lose fromJU midst, If only' will have figure (nto Ih* situation .property. .l 0 steles .c bowel disowndos

. ,i H. .ta a slnVl I. demonstration.. of. for a abort Urn*,so sterling a democratand either a red spider dry spells.. s. N.ISw. ";&T I s.1. bos stxxxi ,the. t-est I Thsdlord's .BlackDraafhtaLouldboused
J'lorld. annuiLusales _
Ibeuleulabli:vales &e iVund Ihs sOld land :
1 .' and all so Abto writer as J. K. summer, or a knock ''out trees Mdimensions. laths name W... i e' F.. siolrmt

.y .. sbOf sreUke__",1*"- of tb7' native," reoenUy-of. the Suwsnnee democrat. .. /. 0 =,.C.. hiss shall( h"' over One and a ,Half!, 'as t his"recordtip I II t .
: ,the vposwibUity' of .Mr. Pound It) veteran. in.\\.be' newspaper > I hote' > t: '. .

I/ .a4......,_iac.evw7 ranee herd into. a baal_ and always publishes . -, ;, (luAU, :,= fy Sidis of me'it you ? SOc. : '
.- I/ .... Florida nt.\the You))!0..get your Job Printing done ." D I t. 1 I ta .C'No-.PG.: r I : :
.w- -iarkut dJ'o..1 JIM best In the ttatMadI.oe \ ,
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I ,. "1>>"IIH>>IIHV-! : : ; o: AND GENTS,' FURNISHINGS, : ) Take] Hunter' Liver Pills for:all " ,i.

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Troubles.] "oUvtIUU."h
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TheKIzslmmccVaLIduGazettc< i Next M'onday I. rule day. ..: : f -',. l ____ __ __ __O ___ : f

Regular. mooting of the school board : .
TKLKPHONI", NO. 11.PUBUSHED ., next! Tuesday.Je )) ( : l
.- '. C. A. (CARSON,

: KTE : changs'of J. M. Wlllson. Jr.'i Ncc:1 Anything .
BY ,J. KU1DAY. adv. In this Issue. UY:1i': : : . Secretar7' _

.OUNDaHANPSS' $ . H. U. Seymour'le/ last' night f for a : : } Mr.the I -. : -
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Lrlpiot.lte E : ;r--- ---- thai' . way
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: ( at I :G 'anite --EDnhenwaft-i"GJ... .--- -
IiuyRoII1 'c : .. ,.; Town council meets In, regularseas., ) dl.I .-I ware, Crockoryw.Dro: Stvc'l, Waters '&:: Carson Grocery -'Co. '
*" /"'-'rrs ihliis; euk '1>- ne/t and !..
.. Ign Tuesday night.Mr.
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m. and 7 .alack$ fj.r.. .....UUIf , I ..
...17........ThrMay':4i.......,...I.orlng.a& 7 *' '1Iab....... and'}.!r,. Ulbbert of Wlsoonsln I' to. ., f''uOALL .ONW. ..: -. -4- ,-WHOLMALK AND.TAIl,, ., __ _
F :aopp, Paor. a.e-.tayi4it Hotel Klsslmmee. ;r "

......aptn..blo...Ceuivi..O..,."..d... 11.J.. .me.. and P 7_p. m.._ C. W. Ward left yesterday for a' I; AGENTS 1 '

day jMna..booI I e>'.rl.'s.a I.Vlelton lu. >Pru.r e.Un alwara('SSO'.Uug w.oco.j 0. .";...17 S.ind.Tkurs., return flying .trip to Jacksonville, He will }: | . '&$. 'B. 'MAKINSON COMPANY' _COUNT.__'.. | GROCERIES.' T : -

,. '. tonight. .
the .
l BmnoraL C.uicS-Amhl.uon" : -- .
Orar; ReMorLar:: cento, ererr un-l.r Mr.J.,A. Anderson moved his family ar. r II Calobratei"FerUllzsrs.CIKOCLAM :. .-_ 1 .
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aI.1..4.7< Hekool I. S:SO p. m.- roft ,, ; .A'T
....1...serrlM hr u>. Reotoi third" and loururwenhl this week ouCto the Goblet'place near any I .. : -"
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of umatt 0.110. j
Pu.a.TT.uau. .. . C.II" "on his turpentine still I,I AMD miCIgFCKBISHID Grain Crates '
Hay Et
?.rr ir.1 sunday tblnt' la snub ,._ U _. y
Nuuday 'Mr. Uartman bas returned to Pitts- -- ---- -- n' "
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movih. .. OK APPUCATIOK.I ,
Mornlni M II m. a KT Davbool ,
!." ........ M 7iO* ... _. ..4., s4 burg for' a few days tnd, I Is expected re BUSINESS LOCALS.iMllllnery" Laxative Chocolates. cures ChronloConstipation f
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t ss. C. 1: al :! p. ., pre and LIver troubles.
__I..Tkatwtwr svs.Int at T-te: .. t.- back in about a week: ak..,
Pleasant to Purly Vegetable.
.. >UaMMter4ialirTavltad. IOlI&Uoa&'hm \ at"reduced_ prices at Mrs. HIDESF'URSWOOL
4k eerloM. r.-o. KAILSV' PMUI.rrfcod The new boarTl of county commissioners led handors=- ;- Guaranteed by Osceola Pharmacy.. 1 ,
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:lr- ALSX l>*riMox.aitpi.ef I.a. will hold !their first regularlession < _
- next Monday.Sheriff . fresh: line Candles Just received' KevCarlisl P.' W. Jl rtlu. L,L...). '

Off loUl Weather' Report and M..J.. H. Vlck of Orlando be..-. at City Bakery._. Waverly,- Texas, wrfUa% : "'Of. Country l.roducc, a Specialty. .. _
......... ... morning when, first rising often find ,
TaHraaAVoaa. -wTnoM 1.11.: I were In town vlitlllng !their Mrs. Chandler has reduced priceson troublesome,collection\ .of phlegm r- ,
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4V Kva i is. J .28. inn. _
..5f - daughter, Mrs.. S. 8. Grlfnn. all Millinery Specialties.Nice which produces cough, and U very: .mc
f ". "...11. ilia. t Dr. D. N. .Breaker, of Charleston, I assortment- of har4 to dislodge; but a small quantlty H.C.STANFORD l"; '
. *." : ? madeup'Plc'ure of allard's Horehound Syrup :1 SJHOES I
4 "- --- S. Cf.. Is spending a while wIth his Frames at J. W. Thompson ... will .a' once dislodge it, and the Orlklnntor of Low Price. '

friend Mr. I. N. Calhoun.Mr. __' : of medicine _ | rUi _ '
Prtdsy.A. : trouble is over. I know no jf' Illl.lmD.. ig-
i ,
:: Gulce '
s4udIy.::::::::: :: : A Ilratton's Is headquartersfor It .-st." ... "i
.. and that is equal' to It., and Is so .
Ss.dy ........... "I All .. .:W. d. Parsons arrived on Monday Ilattle-Axe: Shoes. .
11.1., .... ..... ,. C2 .4$, ; ]Tneasant 10 take. I can most cordially : jf.'V I't
.' 51 from New York to-attend the Heat uu'- recommend'to all need .
Juice In cans to make ,;. persons
runudsy..P. MI aa .,.., annual meeting of the. Lee.. Parsons \ !. up WATIOSS A" CABBOW Quo. i.Menoen' Ing" a medicine for throat or lung 1. 'F' .S.
'Cats!. Company. troubles.!r Prloe 25c 6Oc, II bottle
I. A. N1)PtO. r. M. .. Horated Talcum Powder Osoeola Pharmacy.: .
' The recent have bad the de- 1 160.. Daon'.. _
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I aired effect of starting the sh.Io bit
Koand Kitlners-rrte Health.
Friday, January of Seed Corn for sale-Georgia! Red
30 1903.
log and !the nod, and:reel are now very The of Smith's Sure Kidney
Cob. U. F. PARKER. use
much In e"ldeoceMe. ., the Cure will produce both.! Try' a bottle 4 :: .
.sr.. Belcher and Rankln two Just arrlyed-'ttne lot Picture Mould- and convinced.. Your druggist :
I. 19oALNEWS.flesuu : : of log and Mat Board. sells It Osceola, Pharmacy. 1
- enthusiastic\ sportsmen, who are staying the J.,W, THOMPSON.' ,
at Hotel Klsslmmee! go out shootIng ) "
_ilspring-like weather. almost well TCE, In any quantity| ,< full .weight, Best l.mmrut on Earth. .' "
everyday,:bringing In :
Will Harwell came in Thursday on i cent a pound, for sale by :+" Henry D: ald.loi Supt.' City -E'
filled bags of quail. \ .. -v.B. MAKINHON Co. Water WOrks, Wis.wrIlo.t'l ., . = = ; Attention Is called to new advertisement I .. ; have. tried many kinds of '
Go to Daun's for Shoes andHosiery liniment, but have never received '
Judge Parker wont to OrI.DdoThu..d. l your
of the Co. in "
. .. Klsslmmee Drug -everything..Is\ fresh. Right' much ,.benefit until I used Ballard'sSnow -1 t ,5''r
this issue. The new management pro. goods at right prloos. Liniment for rheumatism and [ .
Oak: Bagley and wile are at HotelKlsslmmoe. pose to keep a com plete fresh stock of ' \ r- pains. I thluk I it the best liniment on ft

drugs on hand at all times.Llttbtsey ). New stock of Mvn's Hats at Gulce I earth." 25o, CO and $1 1 bottle at OIl = j .'
oeola. Pliarmacy. A.. .8u.
& Iiralton' .
There will be aovvloes at St. Johns' & Lewis, of Bartow have i a ,
church on Sunasy.o. rnmjiaxnil from Peacock Hunt, W-evt .. I -Good--Adtier.The ---. ....... 1iAi,1.. .
Just received.-Five barrels of Old I ; ,
:Hotel Klsslmmee U Oiling up rapidly A Co., the Independent turpentine operators ". Pennsylvania Ryes, (Quckenbelmer), moL miserable beings in the 51:2rLrX:
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wllh winter: ...visitors. of Savannah 15OOO acres In 36 eases 0" Itye. Prices world are those suffering' from Dyspepsia .y .
3 Tiger Bend, which la a part of Klsslra- ,right. .A. K. JiKARDKW.A and Liver Complaint. More --s
-' J. Strlcklend.of Campboll- : ; than cent of the -
town ""Wednesday on business. .meo- Island.' has in .cord Spools spool J.thread A." P.for Coats'25c' ,at Dano'best'.six. In the United' per Stales. -are afflicted ppople "' ' ' ' ' ' " " '
from Hotel Klsslmmee 'rtJ'ttr'1t"t'Jt'f'tttf'f'f't'ftt't""tJt"t"t'f"t
A party consisting i .- . with these two dlspa e' and their
4 O. W. Ward went North yesterday, of Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Mr We 1 effects: such as Sour 'Btomach,* Sick : = '1p.i
nnd will return here soon. al- Stanford" Is offering Ills entire stockof Headache Habitual Co.LlvoaolllPal)-
r very and Mr*. Baglcy and Mr. and Mis. Ladles Trimmed Date and other I of !the Heart. Heart-burn\ ,
and pitation E W. ,GRIFFIN
.. Judge Johnson (Is rc-shingllng; Copley went out IIvhlnjf'Wedn .day ; Millinery Goods at Cost. Water-brash, Gnawing and liurnlng j his house. and Thursday bringing la. large \ Pains at the I'll of the Stomach Yellow .
Mrs. O. T. Slngletary, of Campbell, strings of trout each 4a,'." :; \ the I will be .b fIfrom; -Kisslmmee Skin, Coated Tongue and Disagreeable _
: \ and Jan. 3Uth to Feb. 15, 1VU3.\ After that Taste In the Mouth Coming
4 was shopping In town on, Wednesday.Judge The Onceola Pharmacy and th 1
Oeo. U. Holoomb arrived slmmee Drug Co. t ave entered.Into. patrons In fashionable etc. Go to your Druggist and get a [ fancy .family
here on Tuesday and left the follow. an agreement to establish. regular .. Thanking \them for past dre.-makiolr'l bottle of August Flower for 25 or 7ft
. -nt.. TWo doses will 1'OlIeve'vou.
Ing day.Miss Sunday hours, and will hereafter be 1 am-very "
.::to.MRS..J.. It. l'qtTLarLELSailboats" ,,"- IVy It.'h _ _ _
Emma Morgan 'left on'Monday Found open on Sundays from 8.3O: ( toii = a.
:for..a months- visit to relatives. .- at. -Fort- a. m... and from 210 6. p. m. < ...,,* Simple folds :

Pierce. U.: A. ,L'Kbtsey' of Bartow was- In J.tsa1eo.'b.: the' Lit Cease to be -simple, If at all pro-

Frank Taiwan; .arrived Wednesday town on Wednesday making arrangements . & ; to_ 'hem longed.[ aside: The at safestway!the very beginning is to put,. :=: Delivery every day, at any hour ; patronage

'noon from Shell" Hammock In his new for the annual meeting of theUghtsey ; *0' Uallard's Horehound Syrup .t.ope.- LULUIULLLLULULULULLILLJ I I I ui. -
launch.. # Lewlssud Carruthers Cattle a MY 4THK: HOUR. DAYWKECK cold and removes the cause of cords.20o I .
( Ike Frature came up from' Tampaon Company of which he is the treas ,' OR MONTH.- oOo-andJUboUle-- Osoeola- Pharmacy. -- - .

<, Monday, to spend a while _with his urer. The meeting, will ,beheld here l \ the APPLY AT VAUEY-GAZETTr. poNE 91 : : ' "W" y_.""Y" _"Y9. ..w.w- _ _

parea .. '.. ." next week. ,-$- "- > ., .. .. If[f You Suffer Irom Kidney Trouble PuN.D.Sstrrn. F. c.: LE. : ,J. W. LKSTKS.. I -, "ii
'. ),Ir..QW1Leak."of Orlando,'came "MrTj; C.;: Pound returned' to Live Moral R......... Use Smith's Sure Kidney Cure. 'Nothing :

down'on Monday to' attend., the funeral Oak last Friday to wind up, his business 'at like I It for diseased kidneys 60 The Tampa Monumental Works '
Perhaps of the 'Important
: one most cents at Osoeola Pharmacy 1 ,
of bla brother. affairs !there and to arrange for ,
departments of W, C, Is that
Our rock roads are again getting' moving famllyto Klsslmmee.\ They : .' of legislature.; There aconstant fight ;t: -. 'uANup4torurrlsopMarble ,,.
bad condition-wearing in holes.. !"A expect to l leave Live Oak for this place
between. the power of good and evilIt ,. Granite' :Monuments
stitch in time saves nine.( today and will probably arrive sometime I. by constant watchfulness on ' ".

Miss Mamie Gale, who has ben vis- tomorrow.Mr. in the part of the beads of this department ,

Itlng\ Mils -Emma Morgan, returned to and Mrs. Howard Scrivner, of or- that !the friends of Morality... Headstones and Tablets.. -4 _

her.home In Sanford Monday last" Bridgeport, onp, are stopping at ; warned of time of Moral crises and the G05 Harrison Street Tampa Florida
m' we ou4 ,
H. 8. Partln the old war-hor of Hotel KIs>>lmmee. They expect: a A forces' of reirhteousness marshaled. for I

No. 4,')bas received the contract for large party of friends from Bridgeport ' > jluly.. .Have. you thought about I It just
South to Join them here shortly.: MisScrivner }.I.; .lah. Iron. '.u.lss a "psctally.:l
4. the piling to be used on !the port now there are Important moral! reforms .
Is an enthusiastic am.teu.photoJrl'.pher. .... .. Marti. FnrnlakML
:canal. : that need your help? Here are some R.Ua.141. =

'. \ ',The Waynard Lumber Co. has been ; \ of them. First and Important againstthe :ula __-- _- __ ... :
. . .
warded the government contract. for Attention\ Is called\ to the change, In : to repeal of the Antleanteen law. ._. -. ._- ..&.A'

all lumber u the Southport Canal the adv. of the Osoeola Pharmacy In Second. To prohibit liquor selling -

Jetties.Vm. this issue.. Mr. N. H. Hunter who : In Immigrant stations. ' " ' ' " " '

\ C. Persona arrived from New now has cbai'ge of the business, as I to Third. To prohibit liquor sellingIn 't't'T't"'t't't'tttt"'t"1"tl't'ttf .

York on Tuesday, and will be herefor manager Is making himself very popular .IIIrOY.rnmen buildings. E -
with the people and building .. Fourth. To forever prohibit. Polygamy = '
some time looking after his large' upa Your Prescription UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER _
:cattle Interests. good business in his line. In the United State' ,
Ever that believes -' .
church Society
A. if' One or two" Spanish bayonet plants J. W. Miller shipped three fine angora flve every FPU. I.INK OrE -
in righteousness and morality,
.- ;oneacbjot,lnnoseHUl\ ,cemetery bucks, this week to his goat should a resolution or write a will\ be one of laaay stud duties o.AaxES,: : COPNS. = _ _
- much Improve t lie.looks of ranche down the river at Jack Barber pass petition -' '
would Ladles and Qents Burial Robes. ,
very .
embodying the above or part lbs 4>,. The bnelnces of Ibis. epaHmtnl . '
dead. Hammock. Mr. Miller has a Urge "
of the
as they desire and forward at once to :
u..1i flock of goats at his rancheand. expects I. laise and UM eras* FUSNIURB
has purchased E
-. Dr.; MTC.; : the Senator from their State and to MACIUNE. = _
fit through J. .M. Wlllson Jr.'s office/ to greatly enh.nce.hell' value'by their repesentativeRemember nMd so quickly aad repl.nlabed as E OBDKIU BT MAIL OK TILKoa.PI .
cottage In. North Klsslm- with the angoras.Capt. In .T lIO. DO5 ,????, =
the Dunn !there must be two of each, often thai there U DO Urn l lot thee. ;., "XD. ."CKX
tee. which\ be will greatly I improve B. F. Hall Jr., has decided one for'the Senator and one for the FVkIJTU.. .=
and enlsrgOThou. .. to stay. in Klsslmmee and make his ....- representative place them In separate to beeome Mala.The E AalMT FOB THe 1: QBORQE W. CLA**UK rO'H MONUMENTS- : BKADeTOMH =-'

.'Waring, of Lakeland, stopped I regular weekly: trips down the riveras ) In envelope and address to Washington- lil l11 iiiu /
pneoriptloa' elect .Is
1 over here this week on his way to bla heretofore. Mrs. Ball hasrented' D.CLetus make such a showing on these LU WWWWW1U1Wi l1UUW1UW1W

old home Virginia.. He will complete rooms of Mrs. Dr. Sears and set up In- Important queeUen..ha' !they must constant praetles and. out rWBi ., ,
of New York: Later. heed the Parse RBPOKTKR. '
his tour by way housekeeping again. on Capt. cry. :
of ......
I checking permits ao * : -
and Baltimore. Hall will build on his lot In South
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; Mr.. I. F. Murph and bride from Klsalmmet. the A P........> Inatltnte for Oaoeola.A .

Mersbslvllle, G..,.... vUltlngthe. f.m. Cadet Howard Bailey Is now a cor- Farmers' Institute will be held at ova CUAROEH ARE )MODER MAYNARD Co.
.fly of W.. O. Bryan.: Mr. Murph is a poral In !the South Florida Military : un-..- Narooosee February llth. Those in 4'f TRYMsslminee U8. LIMBER
prominent' peach grower and capitalist Institute. Klsslmmee' has a terested farming, anj of Its Branches .

.. 01 Marshalvllle.We strong! team In cadets Bailey and Carson In Osceola county are urged to attend. . Saw and MillsNow

are requested by Mr. and Mrs. at this Institution. 'They;( are both! Topics will be presented by experts Dru Co. Planing

Baxley to eitend.
r- .nelh"bors\ and friends wbo so kindly to see them do credit to themselvesand : ", "Those to be discussed, areas follows: in operation. Complete House Bills Furnlsned. .

assisted them during tie recent illness to Osoeola county. The R.I.lnll'aod FeedlngofCattle" Yellow and Pitch Pine Timber and Luinberof&hl: KI04.

and dcatB of their alster.- The Lee Parsons Cattle Company, .. by S.H..-'Galtsklll President State. o EcE4ixT.a.TeMAYNARD

W. fc.; Leake, one of the leadIng having received their charter, held Fair Association. :
: Mr. ) re '
Successful C.K.McQuarrle .
Syrup Making by CoCITY
-ra2 drugglsU of Jacksonville' was In .helr first annual meeting In the law ;; !the LUMBER _
See. West Florida *
y 'town the'early part of the week, bavtMngbeen office of P. A. Vans Agnew on Tuesday !the Society.'Citrus .
: called by telegram on the last. The capital stock of tlS.OOO
Fruits and '
their Culture
., sad mission" of attending. bia brother'sfuneral. was paid In full. |fho. M. tee, who ', I .
Is vice-president and treasurer of.h.. by? 8. E., Hubbard. ,
.There will be session
a morning at
Meairs. Hurberlf, Fleming' nnd Tom company, was appointed general man '
'' -will eleven o'clock and- one In the afternoon ,
:" ..., ',|"Brllfb'wel1"'urae4 from'.heir buntlnr ager.Mr., Mu ',a* two. o'clock. ,
: ", > trip downthe rl'.The report .and M... J. L. Orerstreet take | : [
.-1'' ';i/'"- Xi: splendid time,. baring. got. all the this method of extending their thanks. ': :: :: I : .t .....". .,A S faeetlo .

'4;;j .; quail duck and Ash they wanted.; Mr. to tbelr'aany friends, who have ad \ We would ..uJrR"'llt.h." ... those who

r. , B....... returned to bis 'home. at kindly: mfnlstered\ to Mrs.. Overstreet I *, Indulge In pistol or rifle practice on

). .Mz.sGaonTnISday., during her long oonnnement resulting I .. place Sunday than nights around: select our homes.. some other.. AIA..A1zj _.

'of this clty.opera- from the serious accident\ which befell ; : : 8. D. T. CoacNg "
4 Dalton. J.- Booth, ,
.Atlantic her some weeks ago Her many friends : J. I... OWENS.If Expensive: FireworksAre Fancy
.- P o' the : "
L for U the ssuploZI MaUI.\uLla'A.. will be glad to know that she U .Im. : :: : : ::: : : A

;. Si Cost Une. and Miss ,' 'expected. ::; : : ': jf' Unwell tboes praooeaa-br' Cream
proving' aa rapidly as could be s Ue bmla Ful
Tamra; *.. united lii mar- ,- fiOo bottle of Berblne.. notice '
-9 Tort of L .' Try a ] of one's boas tnslaats Cheese '
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$ ., ."eD1Djfbe borne * < .. Bprq".n'.lpeedU' effected In '

.. ..' ill, *,Sebrld.'.parents Florida, Avenue, A good 'beef animal should havestraight < : the your Vigor,Appetite.' Watch,'Energy how-U brightens Strength and! Fire Insurance 1-Pound f. 'I ,
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and bottom lines re-
,., flI -. K.. Thrower performing top squareeormmi spirits, ; U
Courlttt. ..d. parallelogram shape. s Tae knil.n. saaawb Crcken
,, 'i; 1.-P\an'\ city and Debility t oJ' earHas. .. ___
: viewed from '...erlDcl.poinl.: .,. In Isaac, Mo. writes Be napaln 1h \,
'. ..:.wsr'nas.' gone ;tol' New ; ,. 8tO"rt Ava Sept.loth tk. BOM ewaer skews la agt THCOITYBAKEYJvrr'r.viroi'
.j c.; 1.0 distinction to the wedges, curves and U was in bad b.sltb.1bad ( ,< .. ___,- '
will rrtUTh ore>
He '
1.. 'York ow buslneas.. swells ..,the dairy'anlaseL He should :: ,: It.omachroQbla"for U months! ; I" :! F-Is -_:----z.3- I f
::Lak.iand In a abort time and ., also.dumb chills... Dr J. W..Mory 'l .
with good breadth and ... M Willson! .Jr.: I I
l1I Innew'U e' 4 of buslneee.. Mr, be stocky; :: preeertbed' ; It cured me In two J. \ '
." 'thorough business man depth," abort on his legs, aad. ,with n ) b4 I weeks.' I-cannot recommend It,too 0 ,NICE LINE .CANDIES| ( Sg) FRESIL'U1JJTh 1 :' '
f WarlosT W.! & _'"Iwhloh loose mellow skin.. The opposite tothssa : oJ)r highly] it will no 1.111011 claim for It.'' ca.ld'e jvt _.'i.assties"wiuibis .i
wsjl'--- I Mr", ", lea rsMiaas jfot1 'St .
..4 has fi SoldbyOsoeolsl'barn.acy. uSLcrazxtfli axsa. Xjektu
i tot j w1I..ket.hIaP 411all"CO'- wlths\ animals thatire d : nil; II' -.1 Qy :. A.. ;
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I. ( i.rbn.WlS.l whalE .hi ,,retama.-, poor unprofitable:: -,Jeeders..-- .. _I.' Sailboatsi to' Let-Apply. .Valley I,.1 kinds of JOB ; ,- lj
'- ...... a.- \, .Southern_' .Farm.Magaxlne..,. J,'_T' .' \ .? .. '* Gaiette- ofllee. / C ) ,, done' M woaC"P1.aY 9 t '

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:: \\yJ.l: { .;i: ) ,,11 (t, J: 'L't : LD::" be. trailed..,' .1( ,id.i; :.lender. ; drained, ; and- *hsv i <, .ered that sun-stroke i is-
,. -- cooled cot In'':ibm a' mon .' awell known fact tha I ,.kecpjng ,themy till tbeyare brtoileB U and made in Toledo J
1 'Tai* Ps.W.. .r....*! ... *dth firm, red ..cIK' such, thing is absolutely ,' then sell oft ,..h."cokerel. and' Ohio, by ".,1. [ch.flt7COh :et Feliuizii*

,.'EAsry school'icfioopcin.' the'.lreh.l Children ;of- and Feenchi cre.i..o'o.;; teAeciar be,very salt dit tropical overe cuntrle a and.thing if thi* coUeQ 0 *trlde.the pultet,,,*';for- successful f1 poultry.. I motnials Sol by free all dr.a.\ .price. Tc,, per, J", t

book .
.' coJd when
and the salad drew I would like him to
: lie no.t
I b J.maic
. !I The kind nuint of.*,book' used with last.yeajwon't new books.: in&m.xed .r"d. |abJeCal. CultivaTratm .- I>ruv4s it because such a thinl would, boa men and all here last, winter, his me ,though poultry :1 Hal'* Family Plo .r tie b.t- .' ,c -
mention tC.1
1, do this. year 1'be scjiool, has t\\ curiosity here. b .
could good money Orge Crrwra.For
lard I S. daily rains which I i. untrue. Kingston, a person 1..
voted for a change and thos i TiME
have . MM) March-hatched: p TRIED A 0 CROP
,. children to'send (o' school have 1m CM*. .f F.U a.i where he spent the greater portion of buying let (fur 'years the white,.fly hat infeit*< TESTED
got to them'Jail
'.hetlout. 'Whstevtr Is don. must tie done his' time whilst in Jamaica only ha* a the fal. keeping the old groves of Fort Mye.eovrinl I '
o41 May.H
M inches and eggs selling them m and fruit! to suit nil the requirement vtlbGROVE.
In. addition to, the change's, th* quickly, -The instant a person i Ie known yearly rainfall of about man and caul the leave blak.
+ p courac' of study ill to have | < poison by greater portion fall during the I, poultry or sooty mold, and from *
changes, design ot .
de' .walowec -- "" "IV"-11 number successfully, cov.
every handle a large
'o' accident, equinoctial the r" there it ha*. spread in the GARDEN. &
: Vartment' of. school and frequent changes to -drink, -cokl,,or .aln. whilt beginner snust get experience before Plt FIELD
of( i and clear. but a to of the large groves. at
es in IheJiurrjculuin, : add-to-the-confu. warmt as fast .pofsible, a gallon".or ol the year tryimiglargenumibers.Exch5fl&e.Aft.y rears some ;
I > I more time for over the liability of POULTRY : New Prospect and Orange If are railing .Totuatoea, tcggpi aatax ,
sion. Those who have harge of th at a and, a* (fait a-vomitcd pass ahip o Rlve.Every you O.I.'T-ti'awb.erh.u, Lottue aOC
I schools are the pipers while the drink ,more! tepid water is belt,' as it wreck which he claious'is apt to OCUI Ee a S.I.. ft known reme has been" Cabbage, we can aupply you a fmtlllaer mad espoclally for UIMU, that karberu
pie dance iTo tne, ,peo- open the 'of the skin and promotes .. being to trivial to dwell upon an< ,, o..oir.4s i>.4I..iw ooaM'' : T.tI to., ri'the 'datnaging In- .thoroughly t.sK
One casehappened pre, and thus give the as for fruit arriving 'in the United 'Layers, Goad and Bavd. 1 0. 1'1",14 VtrtUlaer Co., 'fta. these only ltd as a* checl.for "record of any rexUllaer told In th* auto. \Ve1iar had i yoar practical oxporletice .

pertence inwhich In--oup.ow.; speediest cure .to the poisonous! State's.In. blizzard weather, I am,, sure : JocktonvUH. the time, and in eradicated. and bav LaNM| >t more Urn and mo nay h la crop experimenting ibm; all Uke
,. demanded. The was I pain begin to be fetfin arice fruit going from .to' Chicago 4o-4sess'ia'a hen to.boaurelint. the A aerie of (is(1 of *everal l ol f the the pest. The outlook"appc'areU InasTufactarera In rbo state. Besldea special brands tot special rropa earv
chfld..nwist be furnish- els, it show that part at least of bo the meet with far ..colder weather besides tell-tale trap nest shows that tome hen I bt branda of f commercial fertiliser, thing but encouraging for the orange ry In. stock all kind of KHKTIUZIN U aLiTUUIALS AMU CIH *liOAL&'o

,r J -tfd*with, 4n"Kr 1 book at once.,, .The poison "has passed downwards; then Fruit Company and other are the merest apology for the name so some years ago, resulted in- any u.'grower in this section, for it seemed \\ were'Ura Brat dealer to put the different materlala wlthus
; The other s arithmetic book would. not do at 'all. large and repeated injecion of tepid .hippetl'never find any obstacle to the fa a. egg are concerned, while other I' for the past eight year o( your good*. that try a* they would they could not the reach of arowera. a fact they ahonl d bear to mimi when orderlysj, W* oJv

I .purchased. The water should, be object, in cold weather.judging from the success ought to be proud of thtiu.elves for the three quarten bo check the-spread of the insect AMMONIAThIS- .

cover of the new book.'was certainly, Jx>lh taseVbeing toidilute.tht i poisettas these shippers have met with! and .are qusntitrand-quslty-of--thesr'WOfk on almo.t.e"euslvely. Pure' brands, and At last daylight baa appeared to thg Mulph*te-Jun oioo la. daft .
different-from the old one, but turning quickly and largely pqssible. continuing with. I the nesti: A prime, good-lien like many; : all giving entire satisfaction.As grower from an unexcpccted quarter Nitrate Soda, J* "" Uu.e ,

?, to theIn.'c'lt was an exact duplicate. Do not. for .warm.water, take Budded citrus trees do not prow I inKingston a good cow, ;is often paying the board i a utecjalist in orange culture 1 Nature .'come to.the assistance of Dried Wood Uaa-l 'mts . ,.. -
: wit '
i 4 item was exactly the that which i* nearest at hand, cold and -Mr. Sandiland obscrvation of numerous shiftless relations'( that study to so' cultivate' and feriize my the grove owner,' and. what- to them 11 leu Urada Mlood and boot-. Copiwra*. ,,., j

lr added.Thl lame. Simply another cover. had.been ed-Ti"f Immena importance; at thesame evidently] have been restricted .carcely do a good n"II'a work- in, the grove that the ground may infertility seemed a tank beyond their efforts.tomaster Blood and Bone. "- - Blue fito. ,,. % l '

*ciai tile. send instantly for a physician .I and had he traveled through the Island year. remain in good.,' mechanicconditionu.the !- is now beingaccomplished by Ltoue,, Caustic' Foda, <*Y
,. .- ---.l S"d usnd. of people to ,and a*.soon as- he-conies-twn. Uie, woiildJ\aye seen ft few".' e.'.'.that Thus the champion hen at.the"iAmneexpenitiienfCtatfolE ; tree make// a lair an innocent fungus growth that is now Tauksgtt. T" V I.and Plcctar- ,

'' ; boh'who had the lame bok case, into; his hand.,, him whtyou I could be compared with any either i In ;'a 'smart; hustlin(, amount -of healthy, welTmatured'amresistant" spreading' in the' groves" trtfestedxh Brlgbfr-Cottott-- Mealt v"t ,- VVuaU-OII Soap,----------:- --- -'-.

;& a sURtly title have done. telmf; v. l,r Florida or California, .and of buddedtrtea.toQ Barred l>Plymouth'' Rock laid 237 deep, .wood .and liberal crop' bf worst with this disease Dark Cotton Seed >MeaJ, Uround Cooporu, ITE.
I,, t i teacheri knew thus or This simple-fact be widely .citruiT-uidustry is, un- brown. egg that weighed one ponndJl : handsome fruit highest juice, carrying Mr. Hugh Macdonald jr.:, was the Castor Pomace,, Bl-aulphlda Carbon,

t ?Whether* ,.,?'* have no'' mean. o knowina. published it i is eiRt 'to' that known in Jamaica and with a few' exccptions 1.4 QUlcei per dozen hailaid and ke&pila'-qualities. My sue frt to observe this enemy ,.-of the PnTASQES Oyster Buella for Poultry,

decide.the school board drinking gallon or two of .impl" wa" there are .no, regular, orange over 2W, the size not dwindling a. cess, in rather a remarkable degree, I. fly .in -one of his grove across : ,. Parla Qreen andJnaecUclJe* fnralty.,

hIV cannot But somebody .must te will f> known it but it will cure many, and benefit all are being planted by experienced "men record was (for 'just .year. Hoc public pre.a, theTiandlers and copsum Gossard of the Florida AlrleuluralColkl Illgb tIrade 1'otash, fOB. coo MiTKBULSl "
L CThe, city school is divided Into and numbered lm>, and the other Ply .
average by its rapidly diluting who knew how to .cultivate keep over at 'Like City Low Orwde Potaab ,
?' ., eight grade. Every grade prefers of Health. '. quaht-Jourfa' .them free of pest aa 'well a* they din mouth Rock hen Illustrated% wal ont of( eri.of my fruit and the rlurn. re ; imen. as red and brown fungus Kalnlt, Cut Tobacco Stem*. .< C '
t No. 1
.a different let "f f- books! This would I.- California, I also wi.b',to correct the poorest of The number, having nev ceived. this (fungus having 'been .at Uround Tobaoqo,
not be so burdensome' werevlthe book Fuhlom H1.W for 'Wlatr. the statement ne makes that business 1 er laid more than 8 eggs in jUia days. .My recommendations of your,' gooc on the 'eggs of the white fly in work Cajiada- Hardwood Aabetvi fine Ground Tobacco .

I ,. used, from year to year. The parent house open' for business at' U a. mj The difference In the.two i ii apparent' to neighbor for field and girde aim the Manatee river for 'some aovn < ruosPnouio ACIDSIDliMolved -. lsledTobacs St.nw. '

i \ . who 4>ave large families could use the The shirt-waist c.tume I. urntia and close at &-if so, why do thebanV at a glance. The prize layer. althoug crop invariably brought me We had the opportunity of seeingthe lIons Uoare Uround Tobacco

1 \\J boojrs over and over again as The to a perfectly appointed remain open until 3 p. m,? Du.ines i. well developed in every way seem thank for s doing. W. S. H.r work of this fungus on the whitefly All guaranteed onleacbed and to ea
deetrablefor Pbosphato
is Uln
p velveteen of( good quality all their
younger chidrel Celon&.to take its carried on the same a* in the Unite I activ'e 'a1erT' &nd .prij'IY' ; a coitibini Hawk. Park-, Fla. _ _' 'efcg> last Saturday' when' Messr D'laolTed vtono Black. propertlea. fmtlllslng. and 1ns.ctfetd
1 'the place ( dedopment cu'n lion of and which Indcalesivitality "aVsT
find the bus
Stiles andoiie always poise energy n.
P.t. Macdonald and Evan showed us. the
I I But tills Is not allowed to happen. ,A ,: Cape di.tligl h nearly ness man 'at his office from /a. m. un I sex development.and for evidence in the grove of( the latter on :. O. Painter Fertilizer
c. changv Jn boob has ,bee" adopted so Jew coats and .material_ tit o p. m. every day .except. Sunday. alinl power; The poor layer in con There can l>e nd good excuse oflere,< Second streef.VThis grove hat suffered : CoAT .
4t1itt41i'ol4] be thrown -lvet has been the par ex who 'visit country-lor t dumpish and beefy; too by the farmer in the coast country of
any afw white fly and subSequently .
book.must from -
Strang.r look aa JACKSONVILLE.
cellence'ot the season, and it will undoubtedly heavily FLA.-
away and purchased. weeks usually-know more about heavy lild and but little sex develop 'ax8.for not having plenty of good loot '- mold u any. grove in .
continue in favor. )
This constitutes a'great tax upon the the way. and doing of such country mcnt. Her type i js seen in.most large lne.mad cai.' syrup for family use The foliage on hef tree wasthickly
i people,,* useless burden. I 100kke. costume will .be fashions,. promi and than olrelident.. and as a rile, "return flockSrAnd sire f is Seldom a decent.aye.I tha there arC(few localities : tow. coated with the coalbTacCex'cresenceof -i 1"

-, '. case of( pure politics on 'part' netmturCiflhe Sprinl most (foolish talea' must not be there now where not enough ia pro- white and the '

' .chool boards. Whether the' surface is of impossible doings and conditions and poor .be selectee- duced for that purpose. But there are has the "a fly in several grove ,

fenards profit by these changes or not promised Crepc'de an Chine unprecedented i Li the 'most reign.-artisticmaterial have the bravery to express such Untruths by anything in (heir general, apl'dran cooteiplaces whtre 'cane planting has years.not'productd We found number crop of tree LANTJC COAST LilThe -' I

wt would not undertake to say. Bnt even4n--tbwn. or those in th; public pres. This gen- e. Some which good judges pronounced been icglccled.-a.nd sonic_m .r vlaceatha that 'h *lnce Jhere teems to be no rational ex* 0' occasions tjcinan.' speaks of f the people averburdened of the egg type and probably are just belug settled, where a few entirely with the leave looking fresh

.. .- -euse 't<1 make such changes? the case. but intended for'of the In.Hormal evening dresses are! by taxation which is anothcrjjiiis-. good' layers-were shown by the trap words' ou syrup In the Farm and green and showing ,every sign of Gieat Through Cai Line. rohi Florida.CONNECTIONS. .
many Forum
hadecidedly bad look. There ars do
I, statementTaxation as the poorest I I. may some .
made of( chiffon and lace and show u.-na., net among good having recovered from the effects oi -
In the days of the the Idcifl about seed and oplanting -
oldicjt-school has to-aelecj
reasonable and t
no. one cause apparently \no sure way the white In others the ( -
fly. fungus'waat
house one sctTbT books answered very natrow borders of fur, chinchia 'Or complain except the worthless negro bet "hens except by counting the eggs. differ. Some claim that it i I. 4-
work and had done
well year after year. We were one of mink tail who considers it wrong to contribut That is what some of the experiment best to plant whole cne laid daub! It
feature work and
throughout the
Lace more and more a so grove -5
a large family-fend have distinct h.col. breeders in the row,, while maintain that
a memory his | nulmijffi support of( the stations and enterprising are *
ala work of( be in -
and leather time cart
of fashionable dress, seen various
of f a slate and rithmctic that canes cut ;into about four joint tacit rung.
.pass nt and Jamaica negroes steno doing. Then after the t baa trees' The
ed down-.1.rly:, ; step through a f fami has this an important. poVition in. lrimminl. different than negroes in'.ny other done its work they raise hoth male and laid end to end in the row produce .tgC 'at the of f the funguseems tree Over its own rails to Savannah Charleitoa
ly changes that have season.Muffs part' of the world-,they Seriously obJect -' ana females "from eggs laid -iytiic best ju prodigious and work down. thunder
been adopted since those day have have grown to a Just debt the stock in' Thi,article, however, hall be an I spreads over ToTha UicKmond
size.-From the Delineator for to 'pay any as long hens, and thus improre not side of. the which are h and Washington, thence vU tha
,. bettered things in many respect. no 1eb'uary. they know a white man 'has anything the same way .that cattle, horse h and argument'; pro or con, for either meth- leve. J" '
covered with the of
,' -c--- .-' doubt. But the changes not all _ | ._ _, to do witujiandhng. the money As for sheep .have been improved. bd, but just a simple statement of the invariably well eggs the Pennsylvania R. R;
.white the
been for the) better. A deal observations rna'de and the fly .covering upper ,
great of Medicinal the tax on vehicles, when one eonsi< The breeder is doing the experience
I foolishness'has" .mixed in with the Va. .of V.c.tablo. found in average of- nearly thirty in raising side ofihe le&'e. which are covered .
ers the perfect Voads Jamaic cane _ _
reverse of '.his so far as con- yer ---
< with the -
.. . :' 1.thoo sooty the egg ,iif
ret In the matter of vegetable] cookery" witlismoothest of surfaces and easiest ceriia the practical qualities of I hi' on a small scale in coast country I ki.

t --_ I is *to b'e; hoped that the day is not Willams says that as peas, beans, etc., of grades evenover 'the mountain*, /flock: He selects the largest arid tines ', There ate several different kinds 'of on flakes one side the and,other.peels of mold live i in The Louisville & Nasliville via

distant when snr1rthlrl( like a 'Yhter show a deficiency of potash salt* compared one dot not object .to paying $3.7' looking eggs at the height of the lay I cane, but I have gole thi bet result! and thrive on only on I.white eml fly to and Montgomery.
wi prevail text with their nitrogenous nutriment per wheel for a carriage year or season. Trao nen. shows that when I (from the small It is not .0 '

.. we are usinR grtod books this in cookery this pta>h should be add- 1.8O 1'11 wheel for a' cart 1'1 Alyone, i in inK lieu 'lavs, the docs it mostly i isprimr in heavy to haul and .handle .s the larger after either'it dies has done or .pread. to. other .trees The Mobile fif Ohio R.. R. via. Montgomery

year. why not use them again next' ed in the water 1 shape of bicarbonate Florida I am sure would pay and laying but a eggs a kinds, and still. taken acre for -acre, itcontamn5 *( .
few That the would
--, year? If we are not"u\ .ing good bonks of soda and never to the vegetables this amount could they enjoy'dccen' hhe in hkcly to lay larger and better '- more sugar and produces more or&nfrf growers have --------
this year why not get good JooksT; The themselves. I think this very roads and b'e able to indulge in a runaway than IJIOHC hens that good syrup than "ever coullC out witnessed the work of this- lung. are ('ma Savannah and' Ocean Steamship Compray for Mew
elated can well be imagined. ,
rrriri'-'ples of arithmetic do not change sensible. and follow business pursuits if of any o\her' cane. this(
hate liven at'work all win Hence York
.r. a
the salvation of the business i In I'biladelplua, Boston.
nor of grammar nf.r of Ape1nR nor Many Bridget. throw away the water they could save their horses. There is of f .the chicks will ,nalu'r.illv he is only my ex..rielce. and- "is not act orange 4
any of the principal of other road majo\ down I.e' county, and will induce many oth Via Norfolk SL .s.ner to New York, Washington
s..dt. Al in which peas or beans have been no tax. Slri'ac' not layers, result bcmg'ak in of any other asI and
theje.arc.tcc, iingwiih andprinciplesnnd taxed is in M th. .. tr who hesitate to plant groves to engage The Iialtinm.rc, .
t"i boiled. This is i great mistake. It us iuulcJ r. ed by .the fact that after long, cnnlmuet cane. in and ,
do revision. contains the valuable of the vegetables be thankedor/ .saying land orange grapefruit growing Via 'Savannah and Merchants *
x no sl laying eggs a"lr"e"Jcisjtlertil t llufrom 'UI our sandy and .light loan for aniile from this disease the Miners Transportation
Changes made in school l bonk are of and at ]least one good worn about the beat.- fresh cane docs host where the land low.
i fiI the'ver layers il growing of thin fruit Company for Baltimore and Philadelphia.
often for the wor'e and not for the life of Without tiful scenery of Jamaica., Even the The vho Tins' dues land 'proven very _ -
cannot iliaf
vegetable poultry keeper at- via ti..I.sblp ..
no meal in -
'this The -
better. Evcrv fungus ---
I is rcnitired to havea moht ,prejudiced; are compelled to admit profitable cOln'y.
find rheumatism, gravel and selectio'ncan bhould be drained
chi.1 we gout I tempt I Ihe trap nest plan (nf not but that :It with ;
,a.klna.1 ot which are entir that (this island the fines infected the white fly, and before KEY WEST
01 these diseases possesses should lie Via
neuralgia. In the cure select to s.ome extent by t<'n.ion in such shape as to retail Peninsular & Occidental
long the -
Vv worthl..s at the end of the term. it follows that the use of certain scenery in the world--Europe can ,nocompare to the general style of the fowli.,1 a illustratcd -. all the moisture possible. There are .-Fort pet will..have tliiappeared. : AND .
Surely some iytcneoit1.l be adopted is desirable. Fruits contain wjth it. I am. an American in the null, nt land farm In Myers Irt. -
4 vegetables $"h"tIKra"I"hu by I.i'c. on every .
hotter .than C. > Steamship
this. The'toiling millions of I potash ..jlt residing and workiiiK in Jamaica and the Coast I Company
large quantities .. watching and tagging, those hens whir C"nl) bulietr. 1 he land HAVAMA
who must- these hills have, Diekmi .md the O.r..i._
right this
pay a to lemons."Thosewhd.need although may posses
particularly grapes and county lay early and steudily, begMi 'lromiiJimlv| .I.mlt, Ijjt tliuruuKlily' .towcI and pre-,
protest.-MadlcylJTalk.Tdmavtoe. . S lilliia, for the blood are fe.quentlytold some drawbacks and, i i. no "paradise" after f weaning chickens, commit |liare' l.loreIal, t naturally The lolowinl. written (or l Home and TICKKTS.Ikterchangeable . .

this; and if to procure one certainly wi go .farth.r' and find t through hot weather and the mmml I jug good soil I is far better for cane than Lora S. LaMance, we V11LEAOE Tl,
these Iruit is not always convenient., much worse ; Is to be found in this season and lay eggs of la"1'7e'an\' \ color oil, made rich by manuring. Syrup ftcl| sure will interest all our readers: mileage ticket go oil OverId,000 miles of among the prlocJpal f '*

'Tomatoes stuffed, with rice make a cream tartar can .be substituted. island where the climate. is perfect the he may nick out manv best made /ruin i uin raised on natural- soil "The Scarlet Geranium is big and bold ( railroad In the southern states, lire oh"ila by the principal agents.

.particularly] "happy"--combination with Stewed rhubarb a popular dish is not sol extremely, fertile, scenery unsurpassed 'Another. simple. and uaurecxact" method is clearer aIJ."v.'CrSf! ;' ;iriadi and its popularity never wanes. Miss Through Pullman Sleeper, Port Ta 1>a tb New York via Atlantic Coast

pork chops. Select' smooth, round fruit recommended for rheumatic people, and where life slid property-i of ketl.inl record I.. to put (the hens to from cane raised on manured lam Nancyish critics are horrified at this inei also via Atlantic Coast Line U-Southern Railway.

'and cut-out of'the stem end piece yet it can be made almost neutral in perfectly safe-in (fact, no country i in be te.ttd each by herself with a Hock land lusri a good deal 1 ;of f its swcetnes, Tis a gaudy flower, they say, and a bee Frank C. Uoyleston, Commercial Agent W. I.). Stark, Traveling Passenger -

about"the sue of( a dollar. With a ,its effect by adding a little bicarbonate, the world could he found where iti i i.* j laying eggs of a different color American and has 'I| reddish tia't'to'it' that doe of ;t is "a blot of crude color upon the Agent, l
spoon scoop out the inside taking care which also sweetens it. safer to reside and repay with gratttud' Agriculturist."Etorm nut hook 11'1| |>1 I 1 Cane should never landscape." This verdict need not disturb iCmerson, Traffic Manager, W. ,'. Craig, (icneral Passenger Agent, Wilmington -
not to go too deep and fill the. cavity Iy my observations in r.adinl andriches. alt eArn..t efforts to extrac -. be planted I with the following .force-meat; One. and al of 'the chemistry from her soils tht finest and .l : ia tit* Price of In thiii section it is acknowledged b gay Geraniums ana enjoy them." At

.half (cupful boiled rice. .one-hal'cupful foods, I make tlus'dfccisioni That fruit other products {Ihe world knows of. Vlcl..e. ." every O/e. .ami proveji by tests, that i, lean we are in good company. CharlesDickemms -S __.
cold chicken or veal very fine, Georve Lxiutrel (Lucas Lb.i i. to was fond of this
chold and vegetables art the food; the ca-ie cut into extravagantly
a tablespoonful of onion that meats can be thoroughly proper discarded Kingston Plantation. "Eternal ,'iglance" i the price or of about jlant joint each and laid P''Ce sing i 10wtr. >vhich could never be too red or The climate of the East, Coast, of flora!

browned-tn a teapoon,1 of butt1 anda after a certain length of (failing from Kingston' Jamaica- '"CCCS in businessam, ly in the row, cnJ to end. Planted in gay for his liking. He used to-.a] Is nearer perfection than that of

link} Sta and them;, that a jneaLmade up of meat December 30th 1tMrf: if you intend to succeed.von havq got this way it conic up more evenly and that when he went to heaven, he wanted ) any
--dd. well-ieatrirrggand! $ fill of( - -- to-have--grit, as-wvll-as give, it to your make a better stand .1 be&ides o-nee i\\\ the angels wearing. scarce' other place on earth. *
S and potatoes I. the wors kid meal Sea of EKK. hens -saving' a "' ,* i* <*k
the tomatoes with the mixture. Smooth bodily and "stick to it fvcness" the cuntiilaraMc amount of teed. It- Geraniums.

,_over..lhe top sprinkle,with lust a ..utt' health-for the maintenance certainly.-lor, pe plelroubledwith. ( An Englfsh. pauury keeper, wholisa true American te.' 'On. one day lab been found that planting whole cane. Dickens' work teem with allusionsto

,. : ing of bread crumbs or nddalittle .- -GoodHoMseekeping. beenworkingoil .subject for several week-1 had five women and one man make a crop.of icvcrul different age. llowcrj, but tjis. tastes in floral matters .

: the' tomato t pulp with ,,1)118' of butter. gout .o"". rheu1 T' t t" ,'year.,' think he' has at last discovered asking me .I ther nOII.n chicken! A thc.cane, prout at the botom'endIrtj'landcnC were. characteristically "DU k-
Bake i in moderately., oven for a'way to injure a largepro- and how h ( commcnce?*>;\',1 1 ( ' .
II t Iele 2 East
hot ,
j ,', ,' :j ' S '.,' JLarowm : up, ; 4 Jh n joint ensqi-e. Coast
; nl. ; butter portion of either pulletsorfcorkerels. talked : for, eiommt ,> onMhai'I .
VB. .H.rtk : fvelhouul.,: (. decay l ,
. ._ rm- ) 110 4cforei'asotherjoimit ,
A nltd.1Utill I > day and >,, I Uu loved ,what he called "jolly- fl4w"erS4
E ... the] pan are. baked to : : ' .> mayflied; sred..I1elsasgiven\ : / up advice all 'Iroul and c"le". ',', k I a'el prk 10., ...4' ,j' all idea of be, 'ablirraTletermine.thesex : do-not go'into thefbnsimss unlcss'you ; top end *of'\'* tlie.cancf, "! is ; lie hated-primlea and stiffness, '

fried or broiled:arange on a The author states that there j is atgei'- 'by the shape, of the egg aize oairwfIT have the element of"success in your, reached: planted I lhori,) suj prickles.1 .EveR the beautiful .
with the sldfid tomatoes .e.d'i. time' of day it' was laid, or Of the women I ask are you a good ( Hyacinth, because itt flawlessbellsare 0
the outside. Pour eral belief that SQth.row housekeeper? For the of "Some plant their cane as soon as it in formal .'
over the *ny external characteristics. He now, care poultry arranged precsiol' alol'l .
from both .dishes and serve at inferior to more Ied. Ex thinks the sex of the egg is determined calls for the same kind of patience, the is cut, while others balk it the same a.1 its stalks, was pictured IIip/l/
periments have therefore been under- lame order and houseke sweet potatoes, and save it until spring, mgry the typical pUnf m the windowof
\ at the time of sexual as in '
/ taken at the station and sub-stations to contac I It has been found I hat Cane planted; in
A correspondent asks-direct for that there the ; unlovable, hypocritical
and Charity
are two you
"inl. sale hear 11he 111
-determine the truth of the fall is often lost during the winter. Pecksniff "-
t making tomato soups ,Their name. mattr. forces which], unitt. a from the go over the sale routine ; "Ho took picturing 'T
Tests have been conducted now after / planted shallow. the cold wcatlier ii. and hateful Mrs. -a.
are legion but here are directions for uiaU and negative female. day day, and there is plenty of grim 1'ipchin'i
three-which may he depended uponi ., four with a large number- ..vegetables Wlien, the I predominating force is- lard, disagreeable, work about it. To a apt to hurt it enough to rot' eyes>n< pet plants "Hall a dozen specimens 01!

For an old-faihioned tomato soup, which show that in the main positive+ a. male will, result, and vice man I say, what has been your business if planted deep, so that a freeze can Cactus. writhing around bits of lath Ornoii

take one qlart -'an of tomatoe..'ot its nearly all varieties of home-grown versa. To test (this he mated in .April and have you been success in it? lot reach it, and the winter is very like hairy serpents; another specimen

equivalent in fresh tomatoes, and one vegetable seed are equal, and .in some a very vigorous cockerel with two One answered me, "Well, I have been wet it it becomes sapped and rota If ahootmngiit( broad claws. like a green
I' ? quart'of beef stock. Cook slowly on instances Northerngrownseed hen, which had laid all winter with a clerk in a gentlemen's lurnihina does' not rot '(sonic winters iidoesn t lobster; and one uncomfortable flower Th1mcaeh I .:
back nf( range for an hOI,. Rub dampness of the climate the object of getting the cockerels.! The store, and would like ; t) it is a big' job in the spring to pot hanging to the ceiling which appeared .

through a sieve. Season with ,inexperience, weevis. etc. The hens had worked hard for some 10nh. I! have #aved up some money and think bare it off and have the ground just to have boiled over, and ticklingpeople .

salt, a d.i'hof onion juice and pe"pr. following crops gave good'resl. and the conclusion was that they must Ol..slinl it in hensJ but Mr. Albert right for it >o COne up and grow. With underneath with its long green

'? butter. Thicken with a tablespoonful with home-grown seed I Norh- be more or less weakened by it. Thus < to dome an.see you first." hal the work and no risk of lost- ends, remindin&them of spiders liai .

.. .' :pf flour stirred smooth. in a little cold I frn-Rrown. and in some . be. was. obtained a condition which It was evident (that he had no knowledge (ll cane can be banked and planted But beo'ed Geranium he '
beans, ( beans, pole the iinddlo of *
r. Stir ;it t : Lima pointed to a preponderance of the of the requirements of a February and the wrote with a pen. was
come I
wlter. con.taaty beans, garden beats, cauliflowers, car ground in the right shape the ,-
: and terve positive, element, and the result was not much strength for work. but put common, and he believed in merit
a rotscucumbers, ,. aweet corn t.;ini..<* .fnr. firitivaijiAs ._. ; n -
Here I is good everyday.tomato bisque el.pam about "" per cent cockerels. bought he could buy three hundred >am. ..A. or f that which .common. It was .

: Boil one_quartol f tomatoes with endive, lettuce, ., watermelons To further test this" inatler-six pullets hens, throw out a litl.lejvhjrat to them fur the; time of cutting; the cane, 'jolly" to use his own term, and he

.,. :f one 'quart of' water "twenty mInutes 'mustard, okra, onions pepperspo' in the pink of condition, were every day, or I believe he had heard that depends largely upon the aa.On iked jolly plants. It was bright and ,

'- Striin? add one quart of mill. stirring tatoes, sweet potatoes, tomatoes, radIshes -' put in a pen by themselves and he could feed them by filling a hopperonce We "cutting-our cant and makin& he liked bright skies, bright eyes
constantly that it may not : salt, spinach, .qla.hes. pumpkins andturnips. afternoon a two-year-old cock,' ever a week and at the end of syrup now (November 29)) yea bright birds and bright fower. When sag tk* iaaina OTSM* Smm, Plaseppis Yiaatatisi4' 4

.. r_ *-pepper. butter the size of a walnut.and "No .UCCC.. been attained all the rest of (lit day was running would have a good fat deposit .at year the while 1 in other years the work may haveto ic pictured Mis Fox, humbl, I OMXunt rwa sal Tabi. rams at the eMtrf tettrtaiy wUUILU

at the last moment a leant halre- in raising home-grown cabbage led.- with forty hens ''placed, with them. bank. He had heard' that eacji hen btRin a couple of weeks earlier, or worshipper afar off of the great Mr. BITER, JOSE WORTH and BISCAYKE flU .4

-- epoopfuloriM.t I Take at Tests. of varieties of vegetables were Thismating resulted in H per centofrhechicki would net him *2 per year. I felt may be put off a week or two later. At Qombey, when he shows her utter duo Via
.the frt and sefve'witTi, >routon made at the-same4ime--- .In-additionuto coming pule. Similar for him .and being a little .orr any rate, the cane ought t be cut be olation when Dombey marries Edith an iMck4 tnm IsekjeaTll the,
: : is rice and tomato tests of the vegetables mentioned matings have been fore heavy-frosj----- -. hc-ureahcr..deapair..1y'tjnegiact FLORIDA EACOASTRA1LWA..1'
soup-- by American help, invited him to atay at my ranch | _ _ _ _
To one pint of soup-stock" veal mutton above the following were grown: Artichokes breeders for some years and they and assist me a little. There can be no regular estimate of her flowers in the window, letting -.- -

or beef. add one cupful r>t fcoiled pee a'Jrag., Brussels ..prouts.brfcoli. have been able to obtain a large percent At the end of a week he' said he did made of the yield off in acre of a Geranium die for lack of care, although

: and cook for twenty minute's. leeks, of pulet. or of cockerels, but not think there was much in the poultry but it ranges somewhere' between cane 10 fitting that this flower of hope
pint of tomatoes which have Chinese cabbage, and not as as and 40O and life should wither with Mist Foms
H per ao he had made his per acre,
cent gall.n.
bu.ine. up
"'been1p' t.thrniitrh a sieve and heated. lmber. of Japanese 'veJ.tble obtained here mentioned., -Farmer.. mid to put his money into cattleand altogether soil, season dependin& hopes- Railway.
from the United .
Cook ten minutes longer, add slowly State. aOU. I was thankful to have him for vation. So far there has been no overproduction Dickens thought "David Copper-

a pint of fresh milk, season with salt, ment of Agriculture. ... the cattle ranches in Idjho- depar poultry of good home-made syrup, ield" his masterpiece, and is said to
,. F I pepper 'and a little chopped psrsley Te,+. were also made of te" following From the Florida Agriculturist:; called for "strenuous" and a ready sale is found (or all that Ii have frankly owned that in David ha A
. Serve with of toasted bread.Exchange. .-' vanities of fruits: pears, The last number to .
squares. of vour valijable paper a (for him. made a from 4 to c cents per gallon pictured himself with hi* own likings '
., peaches, plums, figs, oranges, mulberries contains several very interesting Out of the six that called on me that by the barrel.l and way*. So we are not surprised Fsv MSV *f VtMtlfld bsek"ZM, $$ ef Tlsrtds"hssSe.sp SI
0 raspberries blackberries, dewberries articles. One of those mention the when he makes his heart's hero visit ?lUnlar riorlda, tmi tUw Uforsuttoa, aMrvsi. '
day To
lady only has the
.1 young be done with
s- Cfcoloo ; gotimi and jujube. nllv. ., .nlA i iuttrt.wbat may
atrawbriC a (rrat manw x .>*. '
'- J..lp.. annl '' :' -'' determination and energy necessaryor his home-made-syrup, will relate whata time arreenhouse with Dora, with whom .B. PABBOTT, 1.T,BECKWITH, JLIAKUP,
or nf
\ I Cinnamon Rols.-Rol out some lnrhv. varieties- fo- iiKiagislie in Florida y-uo ;rpnl.t"i; ;; has;; often ( success, and my advice to ninety grocer in Calveston did with a barrel he is madly in love. "It contained Tiss..r.Vt a e... V. ,a.,,.. a.a,P.5.
I -'V pasin long narow .. and lavish- grown, Rhodes.OrangeA asked why a so "
pe cent. of niy many visitors is of it last summer. This bought quite a show of beautiful Geraniums. s'r. *uoij8TinE, no.
.} ) with mixture composed of YateS, ShockleyandPearor finely in nearly all of "
spread state
if a parts our don t. a of last winter and stored he says, "we loitered along in front of
.. brown sugar andbnttercream d to bore large"crops that kept should r fail to produce II fruit, Count the tost well before it t barr.good syrup place until June when he hem.. And Dora often Mtonned to admire 1
-4-getheandiitghlfflas'ored' with cinna.i well. At Audubon Park sand par but that 'It will not bear in this into it, and then if Into yougo drew 'this one or that one,'and 19P -
you go it t'dot It off Into quart jars (five \ -
quart ompassionately if Jip had laid hold
t ": Roll them moisten and were the only that .ucceded. summer climate is without < as
pinch questiontrue.
; mon. up, onC with thy might Get all the information to the gallon kind), sealed them >ed to admire the same one, and Dore, "
of f
the and ends'well together, and Baton Rouge forty-six varieties were ( It has been 'planted in all upcarefully me.
< edRe. partsof can from books. I laughing, held the dog up, childishly,
you poultry and
, aold them hi.
to custom- Dear little Dora I Dear little child
done of which the Le Conte bore a the state. The late I.
hot When partly grown A. Bedwell at
; will give list 25 to smell the flowers; and if we were
hal ovtn.
I any one a ; .tudy. read en cents The did !
, ::1 the lop over with a little of the large crop. From present exprlenecit One"time had 1 varieties of the olive don't be afraid of getting all the, in- not last him a month.per ja. barr. not all three in fairy-land, certainly 1 wife .Lovingly Dickens has interwoven
in her brief life this the lower of his
mixture; reserved for that is not possible to on ; his (farm nice, fine, ;
purpose. formation The of Geranium leaf to
Orlando scent
i. possible and stick to it "for Good mills and with I was. a
evaporators capacities icart. What his has immortal-
White Fruit Cake.-Sift one 'poundof most Suitable varieties of pears for healthy tree, but exceptionof b.Ier. for worse." of from this day strike me, and then I "

flour with' two teaspoonfuls of b.k,1 Louisiana Peaches were not a success one tree (the- Piroline)-none of' there .money in chickens?" Yes, a day can be bought forty at to prices sixty ranging gallon I see a straw hat and blue ribbons, and a zed let us never L--i-again call common.. 'fr_ 447:4
e C powder; ereanf one pound of sugar at Audubon Park. The ;Peento type then* ever bore any olives except one decidedly so, especially *o for a woman from *30 to $UO. In neighborhoods quantity of curls, and a little black dog ;
id h'AI a pound of butter together? have been destroyed by frost eaclr year season I it bote six fruits, which are who has at first a small .income and where jt made for home being held up in two slender arms, Ast Orange Trmst.The .
mix the flour brat well and add at Baton Rouge, and have therelore the only olives I have known to syrup use only ?
i wih evei wants to add to it. one of theist' outfits will do all the against a bank of blossoms and bright latest proposition in trusts is :
On of sliced citron one cup of been diserded Of tbe come frm the many have fivundis.o "How should I ? Commence leaves."
v tecJ'p 9tr..lcie commence work and be owned by all together a deal to secure control of larfee orange
bbiisched one teacuo of stoned grown, Ellr s* many dilerent sections. of the slowly with a few, at Day And how charmingly he pic- growing lands, F4i4 -
"ti almond. say two a very smtll.cost to and again some 7,000 acres
". of grated cocoanut. Some ol the ,varieties recommended state, and now explains the dozen hens hatch and each wit
ral. thrte productive. raise from them proper care will last for tuned David. How at six o'clock in of bearing grove, none less than six =
of.its (ailurewanofiaaturaiization.
-k. .
fruit let it b
Crosby, Any bearing tree,
of fourteen eggstbiia with Triumph, and learn
Champion Smok the
haf the the Forum Gardens. How liearrieJ" the California Cultivator.
bu.ine. by readers will tell Dora at Covent says
a oj{. sweet -milk and ponr Troth, Early, Austen etc Plum.rowlnJ what It' may in its nature It ,must be same time, shortly
ri'p co in
i. Jle what do and how they flowers to Dora sitting the Something like $ is available
mold.: Bake Jwo hours. not been at any naturalized to -section we wl,h to Keep the two dozen in henrwi
greased b
a colony may be garden, "among the butterflies, in a for the promoters and the movements
*" country.
in. ,
The goumi bushes It A* there i I. no such thing
o' i Apple J'otple.-Pare and quarter hal station grow ,ihemselve and if you succeed, net Your Uncle Josh, in Galveston New white chip bonnet and a dress ot celestial expected to be cumulative. A Chicao TL"iB.
'a.; 'nija apple put them planted at the station enormous as plant acliniatizatlon we can never year have two, three or four '
even colo-
: ) doz' ba 45 blue, and how she looked so lovely : man named C. C. Eppers is the California -
ot fruit -each They also expect h to change. The article men flies
sprinkle over'them't.ic(1P crops yea. ; by colonies I mean give each BEWARE OF that he- smitten David-*
representative organIzation
t tii or' eru.btd sugar a small quantity rank high a. an ornamental .brub'The tioned explains tht while the olive require lock a house of their own and do not wanted to "Let me die here." wing composed of capitalists
i -tot nutmf1' and cinnamon and add a bit jujube. produced its, $tlcrop t-rrit a, .arl' lm.tyet it must b increase the number in each house beyond CATARRH /THAT CONTAIN. "Then Dora ay held my flowers to Jipo In an interview with he Iaquoed
< "c<"'of ; spread a coverlet of dough in 1890' *nd I.- still growing \itrjlL- fen arid one, that i 25. I f you can successfully man MERCURY, smelt Then Jip growled and follow! reporter

.0 made like shortcake: non into the let Louisiana Experiment St moist enough that we find the Spanish( age tpe tylveN you can, by giving as aa mercury will surely destroy the wouldn't smell them. Then Dora a* T. ALI.EN, #.. M., M. ,D.5 PH. D.

-*tle a quart of boiling water; 0' I mo. growing on. the treea, the olive I great ere attention to another .ena of smell and completely derange laughed, and held them a little closer "The purpose of this syndicate isystematlcally OCULIST AURJSTOcLanJ >

? 'jclosely 'and boil forty minute*: J.taa .... i* a .- twenty-five, have aa'.o tbe'> >whole system when entering it to Jip to make him. Then Jip laid. to'inmprove the orange AND. I

; > Pumokin Pie.-Pres* ,on< qu.rf Fro"rif'TheFloridaiAgrieultuilst' lame Mott ,' uccess, but i if you throw tlem through tin mucous surfaces ,Such arfcles told of a' bit of Geranium with hi* rtdustry in southern California, and Mon'dars, over AllM'a D.g Star '

j. .".tewed pumpkin- through a elan la an article taken from the Califor( fMIidtI, '; Doe 84.:. er, making fifty in a you will should nevr be used except on teeth, and worried imaginary'cat in it. bring the citrus b Jlt into the highest Orlando. Wcdtmd r>. LaitilM HOMM
(d rj-dd tdSTc two 4ur. of two nia'Frtit 'World and I. the I. '6nd you will get only about a'manyggs from reputable touted andaid'"My possible state of by scien- Ocala,. Tbnndays. Moomwu.G .
and ,
Then beat him
; ;J' etm.oPaugar: seven 'eggs( beaten very Agriculturist' pubU.he' M. Prank Lytle, superintendent of as from tho.first and prarlptlol damage they. do Dora beautiful, flowers! a* tiflq planting, growing and shIpping. .ln .,UI.. Saturdays, Brow HMIM.
and each of f interiew Fruit Grove at tweftove1 a Wl rh.ldan. poor The snydicate will largely obliterate ,
ufHeh: a tesspootfful' batter Mr. G. Sandilanda i. company the not do to the.
hen.'wi you .
494gJner'an* clnnm ti. I Stir thoroughly wth in Porto .ereree and Jamaica Sunton-on-Lsfke Weir, sajy that .he 'don't me try .at I have, ando from \'you Hall'cn Catarrh. Cnr, the- middleman, who eat up the .

V>tofether-n( fill t)1.te. that hareprefTiously I wish Cub his assertion has shipped from even acre. up to ) will b* convlnced It. manufactured by F; J. Cheney Co. I'ti2 profits, by being both grower and ship. eultur.e"" *attainable and uniformly ..

|, ben 'lia4, wb.a!! rich pie- regarding un-troke .-and other misstatements date. 1,500 boxes. grspe andreceived / commence by fnt class olcdo.OV'.containlnft: no mercury., and per.> All the orange from, it* acreage ange maintained. -' ,.. '8 8If ; '
I.", "rnstnd.bK.i -' -. j.Art'A'periling .j.. concerning'toil island.)1 Mr; $3 per box >for thn making neubator and fetin/ can inttrnally. acting'directly will be put on the eastern market tin. *
; ':' Salad. SpanishpepcomWwid Sandiland evidently knqws nothing $4,500 for the seven 'nearly make a little money From the by tkeo' and macon surface ef upon the P1 derone brandy and 'this Brand %wIll yon are poor, be contented if rich, ,. 1

'i with' tomatoes.make an. sbout 4hstropicsels.,, h.wou1.vcr $dst, per,acre.-rpe$l& Banner.., .latching,for..neighbors and ali fr.t the .thO blo II baying >." ,., jCttarrfc be brought,to the highest state of of try and be nappy.' Ml', '' ', I ,,/
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