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16, 1897.
O.o* la Onset*. !Bstnbltoked. .IS"I,, ,j. Oexwol* .!..... by ....,cll_. Ja*. 3O..:.I O3. i _Kissimmee. City, Fla., April 1, 1904.' Vof.: VU.. ... No._.. 14'.,

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:A. BIO,LA.NU DEAL. ,I: Political, ,, .:, Speaking-' \ ,' 'Let; Night.' ; . BIO :CATTLK. D ..U.sJl'fDESO'tO., : Council: CitigyasCoil Returns.. Q "

422,000: : Acres: of Land In O.o.ola( The olttxens of this oommunitjwpetreated .,1.- Council met Monday, M'arch'28th"l '

'Messrs. Jno M. Lee and P. A, Van. speaklngattheOper&Ijcsusgla, nlffht, Parker "tok, of the election held the 26th day of ,.
when an audience of a hundred or March, A., D. loot;, there being present _
Agn w of this-place have within tbe more fathered tolhear what Senator'er. In TIUI<'I.Utltou, :: H. N. '
last. few days closed a real) estate deal ( Aroadia. March 2i.( The : H,Cj Stanford president; S' 'DRUC3GISTS. I
in which 1'a.lIaf""rl, Hon. II. W. Davis and ex- :- largest Brattnn.-J. W. Thompson, Lee Baa S I t : i -
; thoy'sold to the Consolidated cattle deal ever consummated In De ,
tienfttor Call might. have to In dy and J.R. Gilbert Jr., clerk:
ay '
Land Co.+e* Jacksonville a body of Soto county wag made Thursday when K ,
r" support of thoir candidacies The vote was loneil to be as follow: f; DOORTO STANFORDi1SiATRS IN
land that embrace million ..
near half a The meeting was C )1K> _ acres-one of tho largest sing-la cattle to King Brother for 8135,000( ( FOR MAYOR:

,Actions ot Us kind that has tran8-j I county Mr. A. democratic 12.} Bourdon,executive cha.ltman committee of the- cattle lo be delivered in April. t.hy J. :W. Aderhold. . . . ........ ..1'8 DRUGS MEDICINES .$STATIONERY _

curred til the Btttte both as to the number -I who stated that Mr. W. J. Sears Mr.-B&-rker took'a valuable orange FOB MARSHAL AND COLLECTOR: ". r ] .

ot acres: sold ,and the amount paid. would Introduce the candidates.The prove valued at 825,000, for part payment Leonard Williams. . ... .'. . . 120 '-- .

The land In question was tbe property first speaker 'presented ex-Gov the balance In cash,.as they are J. Mcrhatter . . . . . . . ... . . 7Foif Z; AND TOLIET ,ARTICLES.: \, .'
of the U tilled Land Co. and -
embraced ernor, Fleming, Is not a candidate and delivered.The CLERK: '

1 357.IXX) acres In. Onudoln: and after his preliminaries In which he grove Is located fourteen miles .T. It. Gilbert, Jr., . .. . . . . 11< S. S
", (}5'OOO acre' in lirevard counjy J UAd ,pleasantly alluded to the handsome north of here, aod was. .pjurchaaexl In 12. A. Bat: M.-. . . . .. 76 DR. F, G. THOMASON charge' 'of" the Prescription :de-l, -

.. embraces piuctlcally' all the-'landV) of'n vote( he received in this county when 18IW!:!\ by the late 'Zlba King for *8.000. FOR ALDURMBN: ; ", -- partment and J. z: RO3ERSON,.Salesman and,, -

\V'cept.that Company tbo: plantations I in the two at counties St. Cloud oxI ha was a candidate for the only political Gradually the Imraetse; tracts' cit H. M. Pfatinr-: :. .. . . . . . . 130 S. Business Manager; ', ; ; _

office he had ever hold stated that. grazing lands In th.ts. county have W. L. Van- Duzor . ... ... . . . ..13 S _
llunnyujede, Carolina, Narqoos'seeand he to talk of matter.hat- been purchased by a low cattle men, d
tie, KnTi..Cartlner: pasture. came were I'I'common' I and Mr. Park: r, with others, was cither FOB TfiEASUKER: : . ;. of ,will'show
The land Is all timbered, or practically tion of the to State the people lie then of every took sec compelled to buy land or sell bisstock. J.: A. Lancaster. ... ,,-; .'. . . : 12 Olve us a share your' ,patronage and w, you

so', and has been pronounced by several of the Iflsues' of the, Senatorial up I I. He chose the latter and will After canvassing. vote council declared honesty of pl.lrpose", , \

Experts who hate examined! It to he race and showed why he thought Senator get 910( per head as they are delivered. i the following. elected to their .5

the most exteokivo |peed of virgin ploe Tallaferro was" entitled to a second I King Brothers over u rear ago;( purchased respective offlces! : I'a _

timber and one of the most valuable, an Immense tract. of valuable Mayor-J. W. Aderhold. .. .. ,.. S
term, which briefly stated - -- --- -- -- -- ------ ------- --
in tbD world.. Tho timber III unbroken thut he had o.lwavaJlOO11 loyal were the : grazing land, and from time- to' time Marshal and Collector. -Leonar '

and no doubt will' soon be sold off Into party and to the interest of his to con- i I have Increased acreage so until they Williams.ClerkJ.. flTT1TTTTflfl1fl1fflflYtflh1TflUUflTflTflUTTtfltflflU1TflT!! flflfl1 ,:,.

smaller IriCtHa to tuhpcntine operator stituents that his term as Senator had I now have plenty of land for cattle. tc. R. Gilbert, Jr.
then to the lIa\\1II111I11eu, and they AJdet'men-H. M. Pfann and L =E See That Big Sign
been markedly successful and that it. fatten on for the Cuban market. W. , '
in be followed! by orosstle and Captain W. H. Towles, a cattle Van Du7or. E I ,f "
had l been custom unbroken least
woodmen attei which. ...111! route thetruclreiB since the! democrats a had at buyer from Fort Mjei-s Is in the city Treasurer A. Lancaster.Oo '
gained control I
or cattle men UK the CURB way' of the Stale to vivo a second term this w.eek, closing a. deal .for 6,000( ( motion duly seconded the bond I CITY BAKERY' ,

be. If this proves true ( thut the laud to her members of and U. S. head of beef cattle with King Brothers of officers for the ensueing 'year' were .
.; _ is soon sale to above be re-sold as stated, ) then Senators. He made a strong presentation It. C. Hpndry and It. E. Whid-: fixed as follows: '. E ._S- ,_ ::: : :m-_ ) ... .' ": > .. ...< ,," .* u; _
the noted
means thousands den "This will bring in over 7S,000. Treasurer.$3000 00
of the and his .
of dollars will be turned loosein were well rOCIVCd.ExScnat.or! case. Cattle are condition, and I Clerk and Auditor. . . . . . 2000 00 S That is the Place to"Get l ,

the development of these enterprlses : Call the prices are good for this season of Marshal and Collector . . . 2500 00)(
I during the next few years and caus was presented nextwho I the year.A. There being no further buslnes s
injr a steady stieara or business for anJndotlnite made though a s1och evidently In which his fattened old-time! I M. Smith, agent for the Atlantic council adjourned to meet in regular BSomething Good; to Eat

'3... I, l ieriodt I vigor and eloquence, wore plainly. up- Coast Line, has kept. track of the shipment session Tuesday .April Mb, at 7.30,

t. This sale was DOt coiiiuinmated In a patent. He talked of ;-Conbln<>g of oranges from this point, and o. m. H: C. STANTORD, Pres't.J. .
day nor without trouble a. we leant R. GILBERT JR. Clerk. -j* v *
and syndicate He stated that there says that 175,000 boxes have,gone.; from '
o ithat the United Land Co., had restricted organize democratic In here", making it the largest shippingpoint = S S \ ': .
WBS no party '
.' the sale Dearly'Forfeits His Life.
to but had
no one
: In the State.
the state but that there wan a Flajfler-1 E Fresh Bread Pie and Cake every Day.. '*: '
1\\. tthrown the matter oi>en t to who A almost]
any There are several thousand boxes of runaway ending fatallystarted _
'1 might bo able to !OnJ a buyer for the Parrot trust who,managed a syndicate the of machinery a few candidates grapefruit stili unpicked, which are a horrible ulcer on the leg of E Diamond X Butter Made from Pure Cr.eam':1:; ;1>]lb Pack : Ui

t tract. This caused numbers of real of the sO-called party and u combine I being held for higher prices.. J. B. Orner, Franklin Grove, Ill. For SZz ages.. r:;; ''t____
.festate. agents to attempt. Its sale and of Gubernatorial appointees.. He said On April 4th an election will be held four years it defied all doctors and all e: Large Assortment of Lunch Goods. 3 -S "(_ _

this. fact doubtless caused Messrs Lee that. all these In li.rtu- on the question of bonds-$12,OCX) fora remedies.. But. Bucklen's: Arnica Sal We Have of it 15 to '50o Per Ib" 't.WVW1 IE
.and Vans Agnew niany sleepless nights were injurious brick school house, 913,000 for Waterworks had no trouble cure him. Equally = Candy? Plenty from :, ..,.\;./
results and
; during the two and a half years In ence and the methods wan particularly In the and ft,000 for clayed s4ieeu good for'burns, bruises, akin eruptions Also large Stock;-of Penny Goods. : ', :, 0" . .I' "'$,

;I r which they have been hammering tit it. management severe on of the primary adopted election. W. H. Simmons, C. C. Cbollar and J. and piles. ZOO at Osoeola Pbartnacy. E If too busy to come to us for Somthing Good .to, Eat., .

-and doubtless caused others of ]less B. Bunch have been nominated ag we will wants through Free '
',' He was attentively] listened to and ere = Phone 65 and supply your our. : Del: :
; perseverance to quit In disgust but bond trustees. ,. _ _
they can sleep now with the satisfaction aU>d a very favorable Impresnion. The people of this section are beginning livery System. "* -
Senator Tullaforro! was next Introduced .work .ii "Overtime. to realize that the job department : '
ofhavinir succeeded' inthcirefTotli
't l &
and .Ktntfri that whemi he U-ft his of the Gazette in 'Kli&UU&UhLfluLU&UuL1&ULliIULt1W&tUUthL1ILULU&Lilu&tUli& l & &
' .and la making of ahanditouielcouiitnlsiion Eight hour laws are Ignored by Valley equip- & l* l& 1 & & ,
this he fearful I he .
I*.,, for their troubles. horoe on trip was those tireless little workers-Dr. ped with an assortment of modern ,
would bv unable to make this appoint- faced type and that our printers know
-' ""' King's New Life Pills. Millions are _

.t.i Tragedy Ayort'.4. mont owing, to his condition of health, always at work, night and day. cur.10Ie'lndlle'e.tIOD how to use them so as to produce tbe -----. ,- _-- -_.- --- __
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ifttle1eaborM hut the nonror lie pam the greater became billlcusnesis best effect and as a consequence our
"Just in the jilck of time our constipation. -
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his desire make it, and be was presses are kept running almost &ha
boy was saved" writes Mrs. W. Wat'Icins sick headache and all stomach -
then hrw to five an account. of his the time. Among the orders received r
) of Pleasant City, Ohio. "Pnou- liver<<: and bowel troubles. Easy,
ttnonla had ftiewuidfhlp. lie then reviewed his this week was one requiring about ten The Largest -
played sad havoc with him pleasant, safe, sure. Only 25c &t Oa-
and a terrible cough set In beg ides. record a* a Senator and told what hatboon ceola Pharmacy thousand impressions, and coming ,

.. Doctors treated him but he grew worse accomplished for the State in from another! county, was doubly ap '.
'r Congress since he had been a member The Town Electloll. predated.
I da At lnh tried Or. '
every we -- ------
". KIDI{'. New, Discovery for CoiiBump4lon lie htauwl that nu one was entitled to The election for municipal oflloers LINE OF SUMMER GOODS(
thecredit (for these grand results but IS CRIME ll'fCREASlrtOr'
> and our darling was saved. lie's occurred last Saturday and resulted _
.\, now sound and well." Everybody that they were the accomplishments of; in the election of the following: Few social questions are asked more / ,

I, -ought to know Its the only sure cure the delegation working a unit. Be For MI&YOf'-J. W. Aderhold. frequently than, what; Is the increaseof Klsslmlt ,
to e
U for colds was assured that hla colleague( would crime? The national Ever Brought : 'j'jI ]
. coughs, and all lung dis For Marshal.-Leonard Williams.For Census ,Bureau !
eases. Guaranteed by O.c olu. 1'har- acquit him of the charge of a laxity of Clerk:.-J. R. Gilbert, Jr. is seeking an answer to this In- --__ ,

,. mac)'. Price 60o and .1. Trial hot-. duty made against him by his opponents Fo'r Treasurer. A. Lancaster.For quiry. It. is undertaking secure a !

sles fre. ; and as for himself he would Aldermen.-W. L. Van Duxor record of all the persons who are sentenced Freezers: t' :[
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---------- never attempt the Impossible fpr the .
and lLJ.LHann.ForolilCis.i to the various jails, penltentla- ; I"V
_, POI.t.ra. sake of buncoinb or cheap notoriety. ( report of the ballots ries.. and other prison In the United 1Refrigerators, . ';{,'l'' , !
The motto."Vox populi vox: Dei" It was the Senator's. first visit, here State during . < '
cast see Council proceedings published theyear 1904.1 Hammocks \ ,!
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has ooe'of its most stgnlBeant applications ,yet be made an imppesslotiable address elsewhere. ] The wardens of the state prisons S S : :." ,'; ,

In the present day system of that added to the number of ills The election was very quiet. and or- and the sheriff of the counties are be- ,.'\ Go Carts, Etc ; iJ ; lJ."t .f"t; t :

soliciting the suffrages of our Jt>Ople. friends In this .community, der.l, nothing occurring while it :was lag requested act as special agents : ;" "'"J:,; l'1 'At Prices thatpetition D .liCon't.; J. :
Au aspirant! for olHoe Hut the best was reserved for the .. .
more reAspect '
pays in progress, or growing out of it, to to report certain facts concerning every '- "
to the desires of the masses than lait-Hon. It. W. Davis, who, though cause any ill !'will animosity or excite person delivered into their custo .. 'f" ; ;" : _ has regard for the. laws of nature, the hour was late held Jhe audience ment. dy. Some counties have not been ,- ,A\ ", "

,ansi will cheerfully lay aside any In- his' full limit of time without the loss There were opposing candidates for beard! from. In some perhaps there To be Found at the Store of "

divldual! opinion that falls to coincide of one. He stated that at the beginning I Marshal and Clerk, and the friends of are no jails, in others perhaps tne local . .," ,
.with the Ideas of those whom he de- of the campaign he looked upon r'.t .'
jails used ..1.111ot.hera .
# these respective candidates put forth are no longer '. ;.-. .' '
f. sires to serve. The rolce of the poo- himself as a reasonably respected and the sheriffs have ,.
legitimate effort in their behalf possibly
,plo is truly theolce of the God he rei ctivble/ man- that he had never<<: every / lected neg '
I yet. always mindful of the rights and the matter. But the records of GRAVE&GRAS I
'recognizes I and the biblical stol n anything but that now he had of their the Census Bureau and the _
privileges resulting
lion "The love of money Is injulIC'j some doubts and facetiously advUod. Uy the result Marshal opponents.McPhatterre !statistics will not be complete until :,. '., ,
.0? all evil," la ex&iuullUetl to its. fu 11. I IesL his hoards to keep a watch over their : all heard from
and it
tires. For a.time it. a little are 1* hoped
extent. Political intrlguen enter hordes or mules that might! he tied to !' odd not to see him may on appear his accustomed -- that the pressure of otherbusines. will .,... . . -
Into this combination and the jug and the racks, at leant until he got out of
beat which he has patrolled so not cause the sheriff of any county to .. .
b. 'bottle are often theeancHda. 's town. He related the rhargcw made "
strongest ,
block this
exponents of his qualifications to against him by his opponents and l sifted lung good and record faithfully and, yet thankful he retires to witha his most important inquiry.. ****.**.* .... ...................... ........................ - .

hold ofltce. But ai it Is no pait or llion down to one, that he had atone ANHOUNCEMENT.Johnson .
parcel of deliver dU- lime si-rmd .us. ueneral friends for their l loyal supportIlls : i '
my purpose to a attorneyfor ':
I successor Is a man whose I SUNNY SOUTH LIVERy..S.TBLBi ? :
young ;
oourse on tbe evils of the present day, a railroad company This fact he for Supreme Judge. 'r"l
the he
popularity attested
was by vote
//I will cease my moralizing] / with the'! said walt known to every delegate' in received. <..!. ,. l We
have doubt his
'assertion that when and the convention which ft rut nominated no as to Recognizing the ability honesty and ;
liberty 'j
and Inclination TIMB BASS MAttA..... e... .. -
.' ability to discharge integrity of Hon. John B. Johnson $2
Justice and virtue become the em- him hut. not one of them urged I It as II- -of *
blows of those who aspire to control an objection then nor haM It been until the onerous. duties of the ottlce honorably his friends have persuaded hlmto permit 'I= Broadway$ Opposite) Po toffe' ''.' [t' io:(1"

: :governmental affairs, we will ttuly now.: If that association: was nut to himself and creditably tothe the use of his name/is an aspirant : "": :>i ',(
town. fbf"Ju itloe of the Supreme Court of = "' *, ,"
the when It existed .1'
to world Ideal objectionable '
4resent an why 80
republic. 1
znznee..d44o1oa. _
Of the Aldermen but es : : : : ..; _
new we can Florida..'
: The flag we waved aloft now after a lapse! of years he enquir, ... it t' ,
: think well of them as such. Each Is a There are four judges to be elected .f 4- *
: (r as a warning to agents having been ed. lie took up Capt. Hr<,wnrd'lI : !? _
. ..mistaken a wanhor-wouiau s sig- 'book and to his IplmUable manner successful business luan, each has his year, and Inasmuch a* the Third : -

. unal.. wr. have taken it In. 'riddled It aod In the same .style |put considerable personal Interests to be Judicial Circuit has no representation .= Now open for business with a fulLeq'ufpment: of ,new'Bug-;" -

Goa.... sheep, cows hog.' horlell'and the war record of Hon C. M. Brown subserved by it wise, economical jetprogressive at Tallahassee, either in the cabinet := glee Carriages and Surreys, Stylish ( Horses and Dri*.. -
administration and for ,
,fleas constitute the movable\ hors du combat. He kept his audience of the: Governor or upon the Supreme -
t property these verso Your patronage solicited. It will be our pleasure to please .
believe that
mistake ,
teasons we
no Bench and
realizing that just claim 11
: 61 our the last may be the least, In a happy frame of mind with
'r. but.l. CU't'11 find t.helDhe loudest his wit, eloquence and the good natured has been made in their selection. wh huh comes fro n a section that has our patrons. Give us a call. . :.. -
; -i j .bouI-C you venture too near theirs sallies Into his opponents roc- The Beat Cough Syrup.S. long remained as a donor mstead or Phone 10 I : ; -

i .i-,,.. .atrong4.o1d.tIt4 ords which looked like "30 cents" L Apple, ex-Probate Judge, Ottawa the recipient the citizens of Live Oak, 10'J

: .. ur candidates' for Circuit Clerk is - -- say that I have, used Ballard's Circuit, present Che name of Hon. S

.,..I ;; Hiblic! declaration that a political op- of friends!\. . ... a number 1 do not hesitate to recommend it as tion to the Bench of the. State. +++!++.I H,'H'I tt.K # II +<4+t4-t4t-t4-It4++4).'$+I.-a.t+t4I. '. ___
." itpvneot. has secretly promulgated a made a party who picnicked the best cough syrup I have ever Supreme : -
;s falsehood is rather a serious charge; I on the banks o' Shingle creeka used. 25c, Soc\ and $1 at Thomason Mr. Johnson Is the present popular i Semi :
," . 'faavUg no knowledge of facts, however abort distance from town. The party & lloberson's. mayor of Live Oak, now serving his Tropical Nurseries :

Ij : ,. .. shall say nothing concerning went out In a large wagon and on third term, secretary of the County _

'l' \ ". ahem.: arriving nt the ground 1 began<< to seek We are requested to state that an Democratic Executive Committee I '

, ' ''b.' Y Our County Superintendent Edu- amusement according to their several April Fool Party will be given at the retary of the Bar Association of-the Orlando, Florida.. -

.ii: vJf3atloa. Prof. Hinton, was with his Inclination The pretty stream offered residence of Mrs. Farnsworihto-night.:: Third Judicial Circuit, and a successful .. .i'

" n\ .'many! }JrteDdl In the community r-- a temptation to try their luck at Members and honorary members of practitioner of several years. If you intend planting any Fruit Trees this fall send me ,list, : '

.\ I'.V; "toently and they gave: him .a hearty fishing that few of them could resist, the "Y" and the W. C. T. U. are cor- Versed in the law, with an intellect of,your wants and I can save you money or o ran,.., Peach and
t -welcome. His Mr. Sess but; their success lay more in tho( pleasure dialjy (invited.Frank broad enough to grasp the problemsof "
opponent, Pear and all kinds of Nursery Stock. .'. : : ,
',, (t'". ,fa lively and sensible young man from of the occupation than'tho number -bur who intricate legislation, a keen Insight; ; !
: Uves two
('1 Klsilmmee, also made his of fish landed., The day was delight into every detail of a cause presented, -
presence miles east of Bowling Green deserves 'n :. We R. 'SPEIR7 :
fully I t'"n!r which the jlldpmeot..wbo8&in.aim'is -ever :
J,:j, .Vnown to our citizens and entertained pen youngstersare the credit of Introducing breedof ) ; ox693
'.. .. Indebted to Mrs. HcPhatter, for Its ; a good on the side ot lustice; pure. clean and ' _
'Peghornlans '
: "4-, ,_ their Infinite satisfaction. conception. Those present were Mary hogs into this section of the coun- capable, morally and intellectually ++4+44-' + I'f'H-H' t .>.!..;< ++++++4-I-I+4tl-.. tit It > r 4.j)4.4.. .

/. I: Louise MaklnHOn., Marietta Pfann. try. As a result of his enterprise he would take easy rank: with the foremost _
regret; my inability to describe -
Dora Mathews, Dana Gottwallea ", 'I butchered one on the 11th inst., which jurists of the high tribunal:) of the of '
.other \Ttut
.' candidates but It Is about meal when weighed at Hannah Bros.' store Notice of Application for Tax Notice Application ior ,
1 Supreme Court.
.; .;. .: ;time such and an impulsive my digestive condition organs shall are be in Weatherbee Grace-Jollay, ,Maude Alice Oottwalles Calhoun, Nellie Nellie tipped the scales at 52ft pounds gross' We therefore present. the name of Deed Under Section 8 ot Deed under Section. 8.1-of f- . -

Wallace Cha weight, and when the lard had been : Hon. John B. Johnson as a.candldatefor .Laws of 888 ,Laws
'. compelled to drop my pen and run O'berry, Chas.Overstreet rendered from the fat measured ) Chapter 4888 Chapter. 4 ; S
: ..outward Instead 01ONWAIU. Eugene; Bryan, Drew Al- even justice of the Supreme Court and Florida. of FJonda.,1< ,1l'I'otlM
: 34 This is ,
gallons. a big
Ty: Gary Pound. Jas Burcheartt. )pretty hog ask his favorable consideration on '
for Florida] but It is Kotlo U hereby lIyeD that 111 L B Omtmtreet.Durohaaer is hereby given that J. W.; elapsespurchmser .
;./ story true, and
More Earl the 10th of the
Riot. Minx May democratic
Jas. Wallace Thad day by .
Oliver or Tax Cirtlflomtoa Noa. 66$, 1170.874- of Tax: CertlfloatM Moo w. and J4d&t.d :-Vlo ,,;.,'1"
should be .
incentive for --- !
VI_ ,ii" Disturbance of strikers are not and Emmett Pound. They were an others to voters Florida. : 870. 6KI, dated the*th dar of fun.A U UW7.baiCl the 2nd day of July. A. D ... h.i Hle4 '.... '
f;'" ; ,nearly' chaperoned by Mrs. McPhatter. Mrs Introduce good stock. Mr. Durrance .d laid cerilAeataa In my aMos,and ha unit aid certificate la my offic*adthai made apo. : .
Individual .,
, 3 I" \ ,graves. an dls- Claude Lee and Mrs. strongly advocates it and is Inducing Notice of Application to Sell *pplk'attoo for U.deed W) issue |n atwordaoo plloatloa for imz4ee4: .lo lemie, ,la .soordazes '"
j. 11I'1, order of the system. Overwork, lose Pfann. with law. with law. .' -i--. '
hi. to fall in line. We 4
< of neighbors understand U' foll wlo 1acrtbed 'Bald oerttaeaUs embrao the '4..' Jo
. .;: .1eep .nenou. tension will be fol ,Real Estate. oonU100. embrace >'I < following ,
l. '. lowed by ''utter the hog was a cross between property altuatwl In, OspaeU pouoly. Scribed !'... altoatod in Oweola County,., collapse Cured :
unless a reliable Consumption. Jersey red and Berkshire.-DeSoto Notice hereby linn to all whom I It may Elurida. to wit: S "I dN.: .. -': ,
: I remedy Is Immediately employed. Mrs. EU W. ETam.Cbarwater.Kan. News. concern tilts I will apply to the County Judge WW of8W (. RM. 14. WUof B*: and SKWof : iloi. 4 Wda WWVC Cot. ", :".
; : .There's nothing .o' efficient to cure writes: County la aDd far Owaola County, !Ita.. of Florida, on 1I1i!:: ' 16. JtUor Kteo: 23, WM a' l'I'a1J"m.aR8 ". NJ: of SKU..KutO oh>l.., _lit le cbalni. J .
.:.4 l'disorder of the liver "My husband lay sick: Tor """ the 1ltb diy of Ar'll, 11f14! for snorter to Mil "\ "s.c*3 and U of NW W iqebalas, North. 10 ob....., aU la Townhlp : I '. or kidneys as three months. The doctors said he "it Saved Hie Leg mi. prlvMa Kftln. Ilka f..ll"wlo real. Susie, 1,111.111 : : ; - S 2& South of hangs 9S! Jta .. \ P'. ,. ,
:Electric!: : Bitters. It'I. a wonderful had quick consumption. We procured P. A. of Ga. the Conotr of O."....ID.| U.fOff Florida to wit; '!be !said .Dds buis iMwMwJ st the data el S ThS said land being assessed M the datS. .j't _-
r '" effective Danforth LaGrange !. U. ol the towuioe f such, eerUttoatei to the' tit w
t.oDlc.'and rlnb and the bottle of Tb NBjoorlW% Section 80. TownshIp W Ue U u"aoe o name wuae
'J' .'greatest all arOuednedjciz- i Horehound Syrup suffered for six months withright- South. Range: 90 Jlut.: contMiHi-fW lore., mor* V' Geb.... Unless said MnlAoates- shall' bereoeme4M Unknown and H r,UHe. ,Unless Mid ..r$toatM. $- .
"run and it cured, him.: That was six year. ful running/ sore on his leg: but write* or IMS, ISis same being liio propertr! of "*&&1. xwdln u Uw u* deed wU ,Inns .shaU .be-radaavted-. .. to law.iaZ 41r
down systems. It dispels nervousness, ago and slnoe/ then we have', afway that U\l klea'. Arnica Salve\ wholly hart Bnrrwr. Ml \Hum loow Serber. Mary Ih.-1Io0D U.. 1I*b d.y ot April i I> 1S04. deed will IHQ..'tbereoa,'Sad dayof1i..sernii4f1ristovs ,. ".
V rheumatism and) neuralgia" Cljrdtt Barber and Tho.o. ,- Wl&,,_ .molal, .Ip.tare--and. Ma1 this .r "" "'A,
and f expels kept a bottl l 1ft the bou.... We Kevt'J' Bobe" in .1' ... .. "'
wi. malaria fifo cannot cured 110 Are dsys. For?ulcer*, nor bain of Joseph U. Hsrlxr,>d.c.ased.( 'for the2re4sv.lMsreADIO4. ... b4 ltaI --4
; germs. Only and : satis* do without It. 'For coughsr and wounds Lb.' bel.flt 01.. heir \ JOHN N U' Ois th day )IseqA IIOJ "., S _
the best alte t ;
; plies; It* in the l4 "'I'
:';;faction{ Osoeoja, ffcar-: colds It baa no C equal* "25c. 60o" and world.r. Care' guaranteed0417" J5o. .xch b'..,1110& ,_" I t...{ r'o Clerk Clnu" Co rC, S ... .. JpO. w.'' tf", ..........
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''' ""KlE'1CTIIOM.\1f;' '. ; l'- fln a-t coon 1... .
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'" ,Ij, : ,Uoberion'si Jlold by ICCIOI. Pharmacy, ... Helm ku floridA..5: .: '/ Q = _
1 !.",t J) I ", ., .y, tiardl< : said, ., $1 . Bt7L1.OO'"t. DJ. tQlI1', .% -
if,1. .ot .. .. ; 0/ -t & ',JI But.Lcx1Xo. ;'j .

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Slmonfi I wm deeply !m pressed 'by 1 biN I| __-_- ,

,- venerable aspect ,1hIs years then nuni-i' 1 BEAM.AN4Livery '

Moldenhilrsfcl bered 'ns many us mine dd now which JOHN L. ,

i In, to lint tle\'('ntfoc<",. but hojippcarcdtuueli I ,

olflcr.:!( his vitality being sappedby

C' bis. intense applivallou to 'affairs of I

: 1 . i : \ 4 rt \ .- dle commerce tea and in:by, ('at'l'f stress lUa,of nl recent ood anJ-mid eorroir' ; ', Sale Feel \

:' 1: : 't to lay nothing oC. the natural ravagesof ,
._ Hmo .Xoverrhelens lie exhIbIted
ii trace or' a'uolilllty) of features and '

'( *. .' staltye\! wlilt-h: nn nttouuatod ce.aud'J Stab1e1. Stabi1.':

J- r.ri' J bowed back failed to obnl'rRte.'l'be ;
i' .. SF'' ;'" ;..... '. moi'uent of In)' introductIon to liliuWHI ..:.

; : WALTER QOMFIELD :' ft painful' ouno, for! he bad just re 1

1' -- .. turned front cclcbrallng\ the oba(? : .
., of his son, niiil his calf 'rcinalnluJ!

Ooprrtebt 1 by UOBEBV B>K>ICK'I Soirt child, the youni nUll beautiful: Anita, ,

ic >' '. CHATTER X. dressed to SIgnor rietro Slmonn, ship- was ndniliilstorlu" to meL' fntlicr! such> I
*; vlf comfort as was possible! In the circumstance Potato( mint! TopperSalad: -.:Boll four
Continued. owner, of Venice. Thus p'roV-kled I
I, *. I hnil'cRtered! the iirescncd potatoes until! tender cut a Acnt: for Stan 011
; green pepper
,* X Vas born In England In tba:year ofV bade a tender farewell to my brother, :
\,, of tie! old 1 innn nnd presented my lot-, In hilf: ; take out the seeds and ,
that the !
1800 :year being forty- nnd taking horse set out on my trnvpls C-oiDant ,
tern before I wnll c< ualnted with his efiop the flue riilx m thoroughly
\, pepper ; ;
anfof the reign of the virgin Queen unaccompanied by a servant. In eight I II
'la unhappy condition! but so koon as Iwall pour over one-fourth (cupful of vlnenar.! / '
Elisabeth my brother's Louse days I reached Dover having journeyed -
Informctl of it I sought: to withdraw I to which In added half a teaspoonful of
,t ,;where, I; at present live-:which la to i by way of London quite unfely '
unill a more fitting occasloushould "n III'1I1I<1 two liibleipoonful* of '''Iltl'r.
i say la'the_ manor house of HoMenr -! and without adventure. At Dover I .
f o Ir.,r. The' fair: Anita. pcicolvIHB I tliou, |>our over nil I I "two t 'ta\hi eslOOliflilS '"
;burst, by 8t Edmund' Bury in the sold my horse to ao Innkeeper who nt
: tiint Iiuslzicrs might divert lierfather's of oil or melted tultei. I
1. (County of Suffolk-and am the ;young first offered' me a tenth of his "nlue,

er of the. two sons of Christopher and when I refused It threnteuvd to I bOIl: ht" from the\ object\ of I Hominy' Ca k'l'-I iJx one cupful of ,

.. -TTueman and Barbara bla wife. The carry me before a justice of the pence his grief, won.1.1 not willingly): mffer mo cold 1I0Jt"11 J liomlnyvltli the yolks of j I RIVER ROUTL: :

', to (depart: M> I yielded to her sollclln- two one-fourth "np of ::4
4. two manors of Iloldenhurat, bestowed( and accuse me of having stolen the eg'x. ( '> milk. bait I
lion and remiilncd. host
My Wln
-A. on my family by the eighth Henry.! borne. I told him he was\ an impudent i a oiii> of tlOIIb; lIt the whites of the '

I -,** Would have supported the dignity of rogue' and that It I ba
i >: :> a baronet; but my father unlike Illspredecessors appearing before a justice In his frank: nail coimntinlonlivp.notvvilhslaiKlIn.i ( one level I..allllollful of bilking! j t I Captain Clay Johnson, Sr Captain Clay Johnson Jr.f' i

\'t sought for no public employment company I had -htflneixcc In my pocket iiRUiilly nceoinp.iuleK!; a quiet coiiiblnatloii dignity which ofwealth powder' ; bent thoroughly it nil, Inn I1fon |I I Regular weekly tOps .to Basslngpr and return. Rosoada. leaves Klsslm-. '

+..* and viewed with indlffer- sufficient to hang him on the IJl'arlItgallows 11 n hot griddle; serve with sugar and mee Tuesday morning, and arrives KIsslmmeo KTIJay ', "
and Intellectual Of his eTI'Dlng
f ence the acquisition 6f the highest hon- for so insolently aspersing the I power. butter or with maple syrup.Stevfc.l the IJIll .
: gief: be spake not but I observed all Special Charter Trips to LakD Ol.occuoboo Fort Myers on t.Comfortabla
C or by men of meaner birth living In character of an honorable gp>ntle>mnn. t :Mushrooms-Cle'nn the mtifibrooii.H \ accommodation for anc flutes reasonable. .
too many evKlrnces I of It. After comuconvpitntlon 'pnIJPUtlr .
4 peace jklrt 'content upon his paternal whereon I pulled out of n sntrhel : ; put them In tho elm tine;; ilinh. The most
with him oil generiil mutters
acres at a stirring period when the which depended from my girdle a with ii little boiling water; let simmer pj'turellue"\\4tcrway I-Iorlta.
it for understand For Passenger and Freight Kates apply to
was to
4 fate of his country trembled In the bul- passport signed by King Jam('". with eary mo n\o minutes; lu'.i: n little flour In n j
bonthis man linl from humhle heKZnulugs CLAY JOHNSON Proprietor
c. ance. Both my parents having died at Ills Majenty's seal attached. When llttlo ('oldwater and stir until snionlli; SI.
: to be I On board "Llllle Kl lmmeu,
risen t the moot opulentshipowner .
"fan' early age, my brother succeeded to he. looked on this document the Innkeeper then null It to lie uii lironins( a mid Ktlreirefitlly F- '

1, the estate and treated In Venice.\ When I asked\ I tintil thickened; : : .
9 me with extraordinary turned pale and trembled. and : ; season: with
hN tvlvli-c In l'(' '|n'ct of n hOlt""o whoreIn -
liberality permitting me to without further ado told out from /along Kit I It II IIcl pci''i|a'r :and add 0111'.1 I third I cup : 1 '
v-. to I live I ii I'I1'IIm; / sojimni' I In Veul IiI v i I I that which ,.11 i for; the trees giver 'f'
ful I
share With fclm equally In all that he purse as much money; ns I of 1'1"11111: s'1--i. on i i Imttorsd t toast.llloo I. I I II '
li(' old iou a rec rde.I me with i I I mililMirjiriMo. : their xhai"!" : the flowers give tboir'u
; had-except! the'anxieties: and vexatlons asked for the horse nnd withal plmmlwllh CI'mR-B'al Iwo until C !
I-SK; ; ,.
n'I'Y111 ;
; 'I Knuw of other 1 lli.intlilx. : I prfuinithe; inlnet give their gold
t which acconlpany; the possession me n quart of choice canary, nt "' ];;: ; nilil to thoin 0:10: (pint of null '
lie FliI! 'lio from and ll\'< ) anti proolotm stones Ask
:* ; i'u (i-dincs : Knxl.itnl t
of property: and those be generously; his own oa:1111)) oll.half '
; eXJ'Pnl.'e.Artrr rupfuT of( Indliinniral. \ I I
; : \-.'\it ii ered'iitlnlt I l I such asimrs) | wlia yimii ,Ph. MiUlier I Harth glvoHgcneroisly. -'
kept for himself. When ho took to diligent Inquiry 1 oh: II ;1)1'.1 nit I. one tablosiioonfiil 1 ) of I xalt I one i ----- '
must I lio my Kiie<1." Tl.oo: words nf- gloriously "reoklu Sot her
himself a wife my brother abated Introduction to the captain of a tiiIeslmoitlititl)] | ( r>f butter liirlted. one I'I'I ..
forded I nud I In : Fourteen Amerlrau umvert.ltlea already > Only I : amid bva&t ant 'tsetfVlio *
.' I me ;s"1"' t'ontcnt.I t igia'riIaOI185 I civ n.
nothing of his .kindness to me, but I barque vvlio designed to in-pReiitly 1'111)| of Eu 'I i.'il 1-I ci' and three I level 1 teaspooiifulH and
: : house I ) tool publish daby newupjpvrti.
) nicordliigly i.In
was deprived l of much of his company. 'proceed to Calais, and ho contracted iiliode. upmy of h.Hl.Iii':I I powder; pour I Into I yet Mr. I'uHtzor bc-llovia i that his 01I -I,

: pi This event took place in 1020. the to transport me to France for twentysiilllliifra. : Kre.Teilm: l / i phi) ", :iril li.iko In a quick;: fill
Xov.eml'.T 1.-: .\ t thoroushof ; I1I:1Fh'J'Y: k-ge of juurnallHni will a \ would' no' lie ,stockholder
IH 10o a
1.r twenty-fifth of brother's In
life and tt
oveti .
t my; was two days before wo twenty file minutes ; ker\e cry
I the Lit I i in nnd Kron I h i 1nl1/lll'fi) noed. I t i the- ,
of mine the twentieth. nooilcr / hot. ? fie Hunk of Spain lively
c set sail, nod the barque was no __ I 1\Ohpl
Now It so chanced that Ixlpcd me) vri'tU.v: In 'luqiiitlna::; the I lili'u'M I ? 1 Iri (Ih" world': ? la 1/ :
immediatelyr at sea than the wind proved contrary.and DK-CSC Iuope-Punt throe .llullJ1 ,
soon alter the marriage of Itnlliiu Kiri) : -'11'" ..)2l-I! "qllll1a1f'1\t| fourths of Tho La..I.ol chieftains who rave ;j :Ii'iiJho) iiyacy cf 51") iioo. left on de '. I I
my we bent about the coast of Tha- n iipful' (tf t
;Brother I I do'.iM l not I I (-1 fiilil Imxr (::1 I 11".<1. for vslor' in u small pun : \\ lirnIt 11'1 In contcioiicv i In the tnotropoli1 p.mlt\ b !lit. lUc Cardinal. i llTTorro: y ::
conceived a Very violent and net In imminent peril for u 11:1)' nntl a i iM boiling nilil :
J tail-absorbing l.iy: i.K-ljiod. ) nt I'"ii)) n'.ii'i ,i\\t\\ !,'led ,.n. 'ally- ono ;ijililecpoonfnttifbiitlrr '! IIKP<>"> In saying that \\t.n: tin 111'11'1''11'I.I'\a> < tor 'Ilio lust! Spanish: (!cn- e
passion for certain !
a night. I tvaa soreS sick from tho I turbulence I : niiil three ,, .
maid wbo fromli.t:; I Kji: "-.i\ nil ,by I tli" .. innith'lciiorina -'*. licapin' ,; li'ldospinnifnls Pta)' ball satan I itli i! -Ulfiilb! : tb" puliIII : ( rat In t'nii''I I Stan-a" t-rrl- I
at the time I .
was so of the sea and almost sliu I \\ ed'1 : of flour: stir tl..s: IIII.I.I
lt ", elzed, I could not but acknowledge' for Inclination for food hilt ) Am'i! : :Sinn.MM: \\ :It lily' Intl j vtiion ory rnpully : rnnifs In doiiKlil: i-i )s, o II tic K.imii: t tory: wllh I an nrniv wullii lentil .1'1
my tliick JI'nr
... -r.cti'c1an( .1 ia<';' I N'*'hon'' o<' 'ujiI) .Ml putt': i <'inn\o It from ml Imirtoi :. it I 'turn iw.iv in ,
|1"1 I tvi.i of t I
: fcairs :
ti :
> possessed nothing uncommon In beauty small, and the only! nlmnnl. tlic. fire :Jiibl,, I tvto \it o !.M-II-i 11.luI JII
es s iiiilirnion.) I
talent ee.tly:. tinv 1 oic' of ecry .1")., Slio ill.iKnst f"1 vcnnu c-s-.'''111 nftotalloil tl 1'i.Hip i "iiin-K" will uinount 'o $.105- I
or fortune. Nevertheless for 1 .
misty biscuit and sour 'W 111(' Aft<'r one by unit'. lio.itin) noil f..1'. : ;
_ t.'bl lie" I ho ni'ui > of I tlnii-. ..miloi" ; II adilmxr.lrli. !: ufduwd.lii
> JIMlu .
) ,1'1,11 -1 II ! At i in \ I
some reasonwhich remains unknown two of dire I CMITUM; c'oll"I. ,
days misery wn : (:;M;> ; :In'. couch III lumps from" \ )1P"III1 1"1 1'.1
; to me to this day I loved tier -with an ashore more dead than all' ... 111 D.i'tiklniue I ir-ixl; ii'%' i ,-i'"ri of iirmiinii' ..ilioii.. lint' the teaspoon' nn a butti-re.l lunsh ;; antI fni.iMInK i ii.j' it \II I: !ti.' $-:>.r."T .I.ST; In It :

; Intensity of devotion which might be where I recovered any vtotitodhealth of ,ianiiiii1lril. ): I I MICN! .wn,,' .-.pnhc nut) I tll"11u'C'r with hl'1'1'' egg an jinn I F::;>rlullethickly \II; in- $1.1;.:..."!d! ..*. .jal,1 Maiini. will 'II" t

fcaiilii': linl lint) t-tanl UiioMli' but I the
'j ,quailed, could never be exceeded. very speedily tlionpli I "onon vtith grated du' ".,- nnd ,11I twith I ja\linu! on) : "

i My ult Val well received and one came near to losing It axnln iv a KIII-- tiioni hevneir. 'llioiuh: no Ciilliollc!! I oa.icnno ,pcpji'-r.: put ill r.itiirr; Fair O.-o'inils. i-i Is lD '.I. will c' I III -I.i.::' : f'li, I'IMO iutnin: .'il jcarsti a'

e : day in'response to my request that felt of oysters and onions prcpuivd for mill wilh her r'Kh: aiiiiniiig; In ,11:1'4: |-'iluulik Ill and 1iLclifiecii: i.iiiune-a: $l tifIOi.' 1\ ttlt.: ...hI11 have T.:..<"""' I t I il.i t 10 1'1 ,011 I 11" It V. ..l! ri'Urh ,; I

Ic sbewou1d. become my wife she sent me by a fishwife of that town. My wIiUli plei'i-d: I lit"areatly.) : fmslir. bath serve hot. ; ntUHio, fi-it, In :tho te\oril < xh'ljltuiubinlillngs : $ .:;. it' ; I i.t.i 7 :"i:>, UII I n'l! I Spain will: be ', f

_ is:, 'We a missive, couched In loving terms!, clothes Tvcre torn nnd spoiled l liy. tho a Mipi'iKtlilo'.m' ) hoiror of I'lM'-'stant- Cream of r.rl''l1 fur the i :.plnlallol of tutu. tuttle' t 10 i ki-nK. dlT ui uric Int liv.- on .

4- wherein she professed herselfery buffeting I had K\iRtnlncd In tine I.-"III. Ami 1 IV: I may: rruini) >c upon I'eas 1'0:1 rjn "fJ'I'I'I'II self In ed'untlo.i..iil"il' : indii'trlcs. i ii- iitcri-st df li-.. nl\,') Tlni,t'. In- -
peas. I h"'s Imlf. a: i udil,
h :.trilling to accord with my -wish lubcrlbed barque. *o I bought mo oMic-s of Ibo 0111'111'iof conforming i I to i thoirojl'diies three 'pfnl. I 'li-ii; IIr.. aurl ii'turtmaimfai: tnic-. i.i'iMl; will Manila: anti Santiago. : b
(cupful of -Ild.1I] -
1t. "Tour lovingwife that Is to French moke which sorted oxoolli-ntly rpllioll; of I the people, Chit or n anti traultilin|; tnt iou riKland: ( .'r- .\ ('ngt'ii I In I h. inoi-t. t harming; nnd
I 01I"'I.. q! !i fllfldIllb ni'iv I in g-n ..t _It_ lalnili stock;: of ,1 l>e. The messenger who brought tills3r1'iUtrll for IIou time IwlnK 1'eeiUusstrou&JJiough m.iuml: I-iai.ii- will hat to linrtn;. ally Sp.uil--h manuer.
I; ex: ; darl"tI'lsll
I ;, ;; ,*I! y,1';;; ;] ; ; ;: ; may I botloiio poflicr: ) about lifti-fii 11I111"1. ... ." 1'ltII
: g ,epUitlo could hardly have ; such ns would ileuotc n fourth o inukc. a bliuv.i.ii(; '; lal I I tj that of --- --- -- -
: iiinut. Ira '! Mlih'int Mrnln.! cupful of butter; nli'-n '
< ; < '
rurnadt ter HI."la. THE SAMURAI' AND JIJ-JITSU. S
y I
<> ex received another French nnrlner rather than nn line: bubbling, add J Ji
My 1 ilnjs in A'enKpiMid.: with pr.'nt n fourth if. n cup of
letter from the same source. It ran lieu\ gentleman;: making; the cnuM: tourWhen ; flour

/ : thus, or nearly thus: "Think of me no I was perfectly recovorcil from wit(''''', as diijn nt t'lensure: nlwiysdo. 1 ; .Htlr I thru OMT mid. I tho tho lire! nalll: ivcllblcndcil. I i PU-tloii si-mc-lr.ii"* 11..nm.1 fait A The MOlt V/onderful System of Ath..t.e.t.Lcn.Kn.aiaq.4f .- 'p
Siniona pens ami let
Slsiior mercliantpilnee
more-try to forget me. Do not write the III effects' of my voyage I lion lit n ; wan a boil a few minutes. minstrel ctoiy tblil: how 1 hotel 1"'fILl. > the World. -
Uublie .
and his. iniM l.* rililnrothroiiKh
(, wall a
or come to me. I can never be :your: horse and set out for Paris spending: thA' at Clall'nnlat, Hbel his E>" .t'"ITIirii
Htortlioiiwo of wcii'ks of nrl I lirouBUt l hy n rotuvn to original More than -.cut five hundred -
) ,
E .-wlfe. and appended was the slgna- my money with great; ( economy on the .1.l'ttf".lILI. they entered MB clfnlnK room )
.. his from nil the couiMric of when Imlllnj "voli. adil the! .-rm Into .
; :tare of she whom I had preferred be- way and carefuly avoiding such coin- nptnln: ( Jialf-ai-cupfiil of unit! again when IlUy |l r It. and ago Ih."lrlll! exlitciice
the w01'lil. Hin-Uliidu< .')i to milewasvery penslilch hnd been in Japan, an knights who
: >Ifor all-women. Cf
I knew RJ1ns
e not ivbaflo )) I judged< mlghfbe dangerousfor reserved charged a<"'ordinalThe endman |
murUed. aDd'that of three cupfuls! ,of hot milk anti were known the isaoldrat. To then .
; \his daughter
make of this, so paused thinking one the safety; of my thousand pounds.( salt and to who told the atory added that not hav-I a )

f .1of n* must be mad. and endeavoring Intowhich I had dipped but sparingly! yet; more i o.'Aftei' many weeks of bOiling point pepper Is xeason. When tbe :> lag been well when be went to tho' vvas hnpo.rted 411 tie learning the

1' -to decide "who' was tone, but I as yet end I doubt not my security dally expeditions( to examine' the vender lightly a'ctuiful of again reached( stir In hotel, 4ie ate only tome souP. for polite breeding and tine tor'n\ of I
o'I'nll' In all or'which.. I ; whipped cneani) ami i mark
ta1 ed.. "rhen.toUo..ed the only 'occa hail i& an additional warrant In tbo fact was servo nt.onoo., with croutons 'which according to the scale; ho had tha the 8tDtlEmsD.t/

....Ioa'In*tny life when I went where I that I was tall and .muscular, at anytime itcfoiujinnlffu't'( by the daushter of luy This is or wafers. ] to pay Now, comes the news Tle) ,,(' lod in arms and red':'
djU 4ous
fi ( $3,1.
host, the beautiful Anita showed in < soup. iaiTyoprlotf l the arts of '
+ \bad been de,1ln1tel7.told I was 1I0t prepared for combat with the equally for either hat and Bculah Valley war, for they were .
,wanted. I best In U1:1I111\- ninny wnys that she had fnllen lu love ordinary or formal emperor's men. and nono1bnt
sought my promised wife man France. In thin 'JlHloIlS.-'hl1t To Railroad In C 1orado Intl'n's( to i .flhtlng

t ;found her and talked with her, but did I journey cross The continent of with me; aud this circinristuiiio occ.nxloned EnL charge pa.s"nKors. l'> weigh;! not bydlxlanie I, they were a.lowed: to hear armj. .

*abe would not inn miuli (IlH ba r
_ : acquaint me with (beaUa. Europe staying many days In the Hue liaveled. The fat m&l who I.! wfiren

of her perjury contenting her- cities of Rouen. ParIs', Dijon. Gpnevn.Turin tnlked l with nil}' other woin.iu. or >
r elf with the assertion that It must be Milan, Verona and I'mliui. observing ( to erenB| iidiiiiratlon fit n costuine I'*- "L.. c i ....___._ _-_.. last hate to pity for what he gets lieiifalh the .dlcnltv of t tin- am uri. to"r"r"rco

o(jl left her/ not bating her-I could nil that Is remarkable therein: worn by one of the DojjuieKsa'H; =- Tbo P anti V. Ilnihoad an ciellent I into anv onllii.rv < nlin! "-'. 11 (casne <.
4t J1ot"'brln myself to that-but with a and so nt-last came to Veulre. fair city muUl.M her pi-nily tei'lh,! v.onlil rlcmlinud Lj HINTSJ'D I (* exa.mpe B ali'iul:' natinaby, that llie'c little- '*

:.cyca1. Albeit Illogical contempt for of the -waters. Inasmuch as Venice Is i her huU: eyos flash 1 It t was n It I 1 knight fi'timl" niui-;n lillo limo on theIr 1 I

f All women- whIch I retained beautiful beyond the : great ditfleulty, and I-:mst! .lh',1 my le- the water i sri. III loaning( windows ; hands Ilelup cnn war they
contempt power ft words Is blued '' A 011,11 of Ohio! men claim to have I Isolwil uf turn4 .
-"Jor-'IJn7.,7ears: : after the Intense feel- to depict and I had been traveling hart' uie from Venirejlh I 1 I$1 ritlige/ eonfcciiuences brilliancy they vtlll retain their the problem of sinai navlxatlon -I{ l.t I tnr! att'nlOI ti> ath.t:.te! cats. .

.ie* .1oe I once had In this matter bad died With but brief rests for seven .nolll bs. dirdstroun! ; to heine-lf.. : I ea. longer a ind polish manic at least they hiivo. It repor I Oin BniniK tho lainnrnl conceived the
lly. i
_ 1 .4111" Shafts propeUed by the envious I purposed living among Venetians wouUI l not* love iietI In I dixhunorahlefavh'on ;. j I are true snrceedoil In flying their ma- i' l..arlll liv, practice theioeaUon ot .1

fates against the young"and vigorous one whole summer at least( neil. *o In- !' for the ...alof. her father t my If vegetable;: InOVIbeen frosted peelor I (tbln a distance of thieo ml'ea: In the wry 1"1.11\1 nerve and mufclc 10 J
otherwise !
.ido not often probe deeply but for the deed U fell out. as shall prem-ully nppeur. -! host; nor would I m.iriy her) for I had) prepare them' for conking; fare cif mile Kale and I the bddv A tier t tint ( discovered .'

most part: full to the ground blunted. pre\louhly! n-solveil to uicu ;ic the and cover' th"l1with\ cold! unity wnter. II I Ilenvlng landing at: tWCllI:1 the pla.e of their own soleetlon I a'l the joInts of \\'n" bones that could

fM : (nil Ii of all wonjeii I Jv tl.o perlUlj of them lu a fairly \vuriu I .
Not room 1i '
many months bad elapsed ere I I had always heard that Vonlcevrns I j In safety observes the St. | vc17.i'il( In sl'h a nay as to give

: .,:: ''lgun to consider myself fortunate in the most beautiful city of Itnlj-, quite (tIlt. mill 1 my' mireiMoiialil, ihslruw: u ins over night. \ Juul Star. Ohio Is a great State mf-rr.cntary I IIO-AOT) o\( 'or t tho muscles: ol* 'ii;

L; Laving escaped an alliance which I fascinating! the stronger; who reveledIn :1 yet Ulll'nt"l.To] (\. A very useful hint to housekeepers I II' : und what her people c'll1lnt'a""ul"- an ud\c-rjary. He fraC'tgel wl hiss

\ ''limd recently contemplated with so a constant succession of delightful; li? continued.htfu'nx that to boil Hue well hi.. nn nrt. I if n pllsh. .,cither In po'.lllca or aeronantknIs [ fcllciw: Baiiiu-a!. nnd thus by degree i

mach satisfaction, perceiving that a surprises as he paced( her stately :* l>olns;: of Hi.. I'rrnrlt A rmr. boiling teaspoonful rice of It will lemon Juice Is mule< t.i t not worth un.II'I'laldn I now only; \V.T, .!(..:Olwd the most ,'wonderful j,

:woman who will deceive one man will squares and colonades or luxiiilou; "ly irinko It white mini! I remains for her tim I lairy off all the k;System of athletics' known< In thfl. : '

.. readily deceive two ot:;: more men; gilded over the surface of her wonderful A tiiost 1'11I:1\11,1.: fenture: I of the MS; keep the kernels separate: I premluiiiH at I huVorid'ii I I 'orhl The .111'41' '<1' this : ..j. i
4.. when ha:a I linille I futmht on I the plain: nioupd Tine rl''tte"ture KhniiM! bo tnkon to '! alnhlf ) 111.1 i 'al wOk
that I .
:10 soon afterward learned canals, with sky of 1IIlhrok..nazure : fully eslaliliFli: li< rM.-lf r.i I tho: Invincible .1 l'.ijl'-'u. Til"; (!t.xtp'ressulre: i
; of- her marriage to another I'oVIIry; I liy H M'>r'French, Koldh-ra] thoroughly air n sleeping! loom In the
my only above and hl..torlc'J1:1II'M. \ Commonwealth of the Union ; ti I J 1 jinn produce! only mo merit- 'f
for the ('11.ti"tioli i t o." I liP, of l:as- vthirh gnus hns boon biirnln .ditriiiK. .. I' |
motion was sympathy for the man around end so Indeed I found U. / I :r'i > |pain> but do not really Injure th4' "'

Jwho bad won her love-that is. supposing Here therefore. I resolved to stay until slit' \'an the ifjictitloii: or tin' ely evening: before the room 'la" slept III. nn A lent In Chlrnno R-olo JllMKiO 'iin,r n'-iM"-. In til other filings .
that she bad love In her N I ci legv and t tnoi.i-s: \\ ;it jilt I tin- Jti'IiisliiiiuU'.M ; It Is well Um.\vu (lint n gus burner Is
any na- I bad mastered I the Italian Uio
tI1l1p; from his omrlo>or at the rate of i th.apan..p aro most polite peo
_ lI Care, or bavlng it. suffered It to control of which at present! I LIIOV. only Inconsiderable : .in oilih Ar.c'lUll. ;: ago: illsiUM'icd a (great eonmmer of oxygen.: i I $100 a day Ills CMUSIIn that tii- !1'!. In I the worldpo: : It fo'Ujws' .
at II'o .te! lo) In- iibsoIntily A that
fo'-iuiiln '
for '
her la her choice of husbaaJL !
-& a fragments, plcfted; up fatal in lie inca luuderu stopijliie rmo'n unit spent the money "living lllir- a white I ( vcn in 1 ::11'11 JhllnJ they have
iiilesami de
:, ___But; contempt for women had become bapbaeard since I lied come\ to Italy ordiianieIMII < from\ falling I ; t thnt can b*> nnulo 1 :it luniir man" and that "a white man ,ant I \eloped 1 .' yet effoctlvo method .- :' ..

? Ingrained with me. I recognised:; them and I right appreciated; my wnut Anln..1: l'Voi, :!o.i tho I'renc'lil.roct by then simply I : luiyiiif; tlii. infr-ciHi'i-lK; i :I mid I | live on $9 a w'pk" That ntntement I I of JI'J.d'flnRC. They do not ntrlke- (.IJ I
ae maternal necessities, but could not when I presented my letters to KlgnorSliuona. blondin; them. Is m.ido, by tn.IIIg': : might be true, although, I out ii (the ,
ns a matter! j fist and seek '
,gi""IH'I'lils ii; :id' :-fidntal I I: I nllll.HIII"111" nn of II el'lh. < : ,
regard a. serious anything any wom- who spake Kreneh. ; ounce .lnnumai('a liny ruin one :n il to
Jk I no ngllqh ) - thai : -f(' of fad, It Is not. since< rnony white j binlse, as clci the Anglo-Saxon's: !"
luiinsr liislMillj:: rrmlls I'.uller'j .
an' might ;**,:*; at the same time boldIng I could speak tolerably well liefore' I ) deadly: mid ii li.>-isi. ,roas c:\peileucooa ) ono-linlf ninth ClIll'.follrtll 0111:. .. of eocuniiut: oJ!. lo men do live on-$9 a week and still It I i their flwixinic contesla \

ft right and proper to employ anymean left England thanks to MousU-ur: Felix dinnis of nnhnil \ \"otnl" would not excuse the wfio I A knowlC'dRP ,,f jlu
both Klilt'H IJ. th' Tu;:elii: iUa c. I mal spent n.Jblcr f
for their subjugation to my de- Lamonte who when I wns a pupil tlY'lItI'rol'I of of II of l h"I' I a'lmost'
j than his one
fI''ot'l; more alary the Instantly
This mimic ncnuilt:, the i-ab.e tellx UK, Use on rent of to hl, ,
I like
; to cO\llc J
Ires. .1 aware that conduct niaiwiso I I iii' wnlp" ; il
am at Edward's
my -King tirauiuinr Sfhool a a ,
xvn1 dcllvert'il In "in-.ivy I IhH' across his flat and laid .out over sIx years' Income I I onioh1alt that It Is useless to *
; ;
A ".s ns Illogical as that of the apocry'phal Jury St. Edmund's impressed upon rotary motion with the tlis; of thoj on furniture For the ..Therp-lrre ISht. .'*
nil open plalii that VIIH '''''I'llt liy I lie nngers. I ono thing > now schools of )
te debtor who robbed Peter to pay me the Irregularities of French, verbs Jlu.JI.a
!gima of t the lort Ami.! to "'II' the ell- j I that this apologist for theft overlooked !i I'vrywhr. In Japan. Every ]
_i'. 'r..ul,/but such it was. and it must be by I the regularity of his UuiiiKS. floes' every ono who Ilvos In ..! I' .odler. {
; sailor
tan:., "1111' Posit(>:i v. .t.i. liniilly '..tiIt..1at ."IH- was .._ ':Quoted as well na other circumstances which were frequent and -I'H>re. f.all'.1 rooms (tiio liopellt 'f U"1 1
,< offer htm- enough) for u himself, "
the a white
;: point o' I the biijj.siu't.): And I 'toi.Cli man >t( In the system. A Japanese , '

.: ', ;' :-orm1Ar, ., Touching" this Monsieur Iamn&te. I who did ilii <-iiii.u: ;;; ;.' aud iiitvumating bowls of water kept Ktaiidinu oi u the live on he was not obliged to take it. pOIIdll. 'possessed of the- ,'
, 'VIthE3iI.UlU"j' kindly solicitude retain to this Sty* vlvkV rewllwti&on radiator? Kvery millntor. in th 110U-.0 Is always bad art, has I
; were vhul; HI nttrloiiiiH atred. 4j<'iht( I .policy for a cmploy- rtoen known
1 '. Si my ;welfare! mybrother" advised me totr:1Yer. of bis skill "In tying up Lurch, rods( (for blue should lm\e Its bortl.1: it low. wiilo: on er to pay 1 lees' than I reduce slng1e.hande :
nud! so-I! ('OMI-IIIB. l Itv WIIot: ; 11vll1 wages, but II t submission I 1'
p ;conceiving that familiar Inter- he would use none but those he had for pre(ni-i'll('.'. anil the v'atcr I l should : It Is still I to ( tt.
mnLlug the wiiulo I tiling: : :1 tSOhUt ely nbliliitl. worse policy for a worler I the police-station four ; J
:" Our 'wltb strange tuitions, and the made himself of the bo roneweil ; 4 -
j* (! ), [.graceful! curves every 110'li1l' Tho atmosphere t accept the Insufllrlent payment and I era of 'a foreign Asiatic ._" .'
> of distant cities and wonders ort described by hI. right- when he IK made 1 BQuadrl. '
ri.w arm mo. nnd f "Mh. '
Jf steal make
the ( 7.IIhn!': M. r.Ioch'K c (a. to up the The excuse Fred H. Irving Ilancdcli's "- } '
medicine solted to my flogged of his and of his plants nktnre,; was any pupils! fnll'jl < family t ; : I "I couldn't
\III011Sll1nlS'llI! of tin* .Souili African t'li"'I' live on my ," Athletics for Boya" In St. **
: X fallen into a me1ni boast that he could Is generally Improved. Tli pay Nicholas: '
f. malady" (for bad. produce by six nglitiog.: which ,demouHir.ites that the hon-is u'iniy I would have some only If the I "

i .' rChohY mood), and to that end cave me strokes a posterloral agony as exquisite day of frontal nssnults, bllOl1l'tchnr he of coarse but nrti tie pottery. 01 of sufferer were tied 'aU'It to --- .i' .
+ ; his Scarcely' Time
-f .... thousand' pounds,, and took great as nn English'master could pro across open ground and bright brass. Neither need be expensive.Walnut Job. Enough. ",
".... jPfpaiaai to furnish me"with,, letters of duce by a dozen.- Though In bitterness uniforms is entirely over, what\ must cookies are Uptime fnvor- The Richmond Times-Dispatch The methods of the Crowfl .

r ..r. ' person or consideration of spirit I bad often cursed !Monsieur have been his reflections on tile preparedness Ites with clillilrpn. Alton- one cup of makes the following apostrophe Na- Church had been criticised, and Hr' :'J :

-- .. The.Karl, of rhiiig.c' Lamonte I bad of late had cause to butter, and : Anson. a prominent
t ,. ; abroad. of his ally for real WIl1'- one a half cupfulx of su ar': ture our great teacher, and membe of.the ,

.... .. ,toU;; -who* estate lay .contiguous to think more charitably of him, for ho New York World. three eggs nnd one cupful of flour learn I many valuable lessons we may society, WM dljlcall& "We -offer a.*

; 'the Holdenborsts.;. was our friend ands was a good teacher, and I now expe- mixed with two
"'being'.hlgb.; '(n the King! counsels' It rienced tbe convenience of his lessons Bv-ndled Powd.r Next. walnut meats. CI'l.'al butter mud willingness t Nature teaches a spirit of "*xnd therefore we wish to dIPU, : ,

was> poww-; to belp us much. ..meK at mucb as I'formerly did the inconvenience Tile chances of smokeless\; powder sugar, nnd add the eggs and tlourrd tiful lessons In the divine grace us beau: that we get the cream ,of the ma1..

Barl ceaer'O\U17.\ ler ',hl'l all!, and iro.edtor I of Lie methods of Imi.,rtlng seem seriously compromised by the nuts. I.ngtly, stir In one anti I half' The sun gives Its of tors to be had. That it the .

.... B>e, Jett.r* ;t*;; the English them It Was a great boon to me tobe recent Invention! of tbe Itomau Uenerar cupfuls of flour into which has been glvlna without and light aud have not as yet retained one. tot;. ,I,4;

?-"allAc1o ;Atl"arl": and Coattantiadi ; ablerto( conr.r .:;;:WlUi.,SIgnor... Btmcna. _('llletta; Thanks to the letter's sifted a teaspoonfnl! of baking! powder.: het lag anything aUnt return without ask- long" .tk-,

,iai..::.t..'tb.. most considerable .'who w.s 'a good French scholar, "acoustic telemeter" It Is now possible Drop on a buttered sheet, allowing give their rain to the tuijuatl; the clouds "But. Mr. :nson." protested'-':.. :

,,; fcDt.ja M: >rUiclpal\ title of which would not bare\beeu tbe case to ascertain the exact spot whence 1'00 for spreading! decorating the top the ; the soil gives .well I graceless critic, "7Ou know' that if

'.r.1Ikb-1t'' i. .nl? neceMaryf if I baA beta.Ignorant of French. the AriB proceeds.: -Manchester Guw of eftch, cookie with lialf nut meat .t just to It frlt you want 16 gather you',* 'jo' ]
I returning :
.' . J..,...... 'oa"e-tha ad. '.When ..flrit.I beheld:.SIgnor Fletro Cbu. j Jaud a sprinkle of granulated .uza/v '.ry man fJs I I t let the- PI sione.1r'' ." ', -" 1ti.liit-;

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: 'BA1XADE: CF DREAMS Bertie h. 'tli.rn...d wand ble "lId A : 'FOR : Lumb.cDe i. rack, :tagol aDo.ta'\ ar* b*' a af.tbdj.t. 'Lrytenianer7spss
looked beck aa relies I MUll t*. bi. Christian. 'It
SEIOr SUNDA wpon Ir. g a any be
':>.t had tint"I should lib U dr4Lw- from out thq, midst of A .snarl of oz t' ; \ -bat their spirit still .e'Every os ''N."I" may not be saxIt dapsnds irhstnar "---

cited cblldi-eu In appeared to leading .IOo\o have within your ttanoaslaatioti intensifies or notarial*

,..,oft. not' ana a*noebt castles and that*dreamers ny' s.*mny m. be bopelrialy'patanifiod.r: SLIt hair was i 1SCOURStIEKTrrLZDJHRiTIANS: Un,year made it us* Christianity; ,Ton may have the lavs '"

And hopes that nerer fulfill their d'YI; rule ILls face was ttreaked with OUTSIHELt, E CHURCH" veryu.plemasnt for some intrepid t.l of godliness bat your Very devotion to th*'5*
wha> saw clearly and aa mO) form is a denial .t .th. power thereof I
,..3 Butt lud I: time .lId,my own Iweet way, >plrntloii and crime. lila lpeves fearlessly ror th rank and Th. have in mind' n member.of, fsnrarehureb > ,
think; J'd;.Uy m my 1n. and brew ere-rolled to tb*'elbows., His white. Methodist our leading;New Enr- ', whowovld wooer' givu }
A p.etMiit: vision of thing that 0 *...',X.bH Kxr> *.
lsd Htr i to-day exalting-the ef Christ than blues '
''The Uiat! fiflpt 1 trousers -were potte) la numerous .n. spirit I' _ _
dream once Lit auhi'.a .IUvir '
construe. tk Vt.w ThS
i had a the instead of the spirit of tH nuu oa. Ills swapiritnsl life shows' he .'
,. II t bad .p1aceiwbee': they tboujlit- Cfcrtst 1* Ko' Dur.. Trans, *.!. 5Veueys! in trying to excommunicate I.! b. don, that: very' thing.- 'H* baa 1- \
I would scheme *
Urn. build
Topea.o soul no heady been'bruaxht la uonUct' with the Cc.'l Iteails T4puder.ILJJ $.U._. 1. u_. ,. leading scholar, Just as Jfreabytsrianjsra a milLed these two sac-ed rite to steU away-
:rd nit my for instant's a mOlllent'o'a7; .. IIi> : aftd."Wc'rd Ma High N. outside- few year ago''in ,persecuting its chi.f.eltor.1' bia Lord and be knew not where the,';
no pipe an glrantPtdacc'iing luhuseta' Jbaol.n .
.' h.',Jinnouacjtl OJ YChrtu. went back dangerously near the> have laid bin,. Seriptnral,warrant tor-eeolesiaslical -
tUUig slcg the
makIng th -
Btit riches of far Cattmy) ( ,f w.y Commission. '.,eJlero was Rev Kobert ser -frtancuri of.. SJO years ago raised 'by it*) form i* good. Bat no srcile*-. _
llh'e-ulo on'.y: pipe of clay,, unuecesunrll.v.rbeii moB -Sandsy! morning by tU ,
my lKbecrty
o tug Into syiupnthettc nn< illustrious ancestor, John Calvin"who 'la sstical) form should lake the place of tile
-And Irt nmolce till the air Is blue.: MacDonald, of the Washington Av.- "
me pastor
they bAd como nearer. 'EL.kidsr' 1503 burned Servetu at,the stake in Geneva heart the Christ spirit., ti
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pure Christianity
And dream, M-hilo i: holding Jnjr loan* at q' copeltontl Baptist Cimurcb..4t was the ftrsl ( a.rl '
.5 for of the is
doubting tile Christ divine
equality person a imparted state of Ufa.
from _
bur,. the friends of th'e sermons. Th was
: t Ilv of "th .f '
Trinity3' and the validity All within-tKe charmed circle whether of
'The.driauu that one, la awhile: come true.. "Vou'ro' answerRiven wni low wblcb itropose the orsnnlin- xi 18: "Other, he*. I bar* which infant baptism. Christ dealt loving- Chnrch) ,
at". of this fold." iL,. Donld more my or yours or neitner mine sari
In at shrill chorus o% ehlldl1111 Dud'an ar* not : Iv with hiaretl ,
A..Ay tion of a national'yoadbeam. .To Thomas He unveiled ou.. are my brother because ajso of -
: with musings oiheiclitt supreme; voices."Tliln. 4O bo used smith / <\ tjt t HU .id. and loved him into the necessary 2hri.t. "Other sheep I have not.of this' >, "
of : aided
$24,000.900 nd
Who So
( falls therefrom( is aI'd nighlraaie'* appropriation ( Important subject "
t.ny beUrf. Fhiriseeism on the other hand fold. Don't forget that Christ said HA'
1 I. tho fcnttl Tce're coins to In conjunction wltU the different States .. this mut b<)ook. from more crucified .,
h.'It. < Christ_Qe atoned Stephen t. Therefore.- it-must be true. There shall '
pnMiV.a to redeem fight, ,and we' itr.txt wait till we ran for roadbulldlnff. I 1. entirely 'iu bar.mony i on. ."point. Numberless Numberless, ar*-the questioni death. Zx>ving; as brethren' those within be one flock tad on. shepherd. 'Not en* ; _
An hQar without to ne considered.
t fancy delayr aeoo.tbl'hll,11 of the iiivniyi ores. th the thumb tolerant a Christian toward fold as it is translated There '
( wittt..tho Qt that mu ens- ; may b*
*"or aught ot: worth' AS it UIT nnd stny putposee opinion favorable: and '1 _ _
uDf.orbi. tense without i. the Idear that should role. in fold. . '
lie looked at \Jl8It Jlflvllle, who was many flock one :t
To keep roe going, und nee me tlirough.AJ tire ii the main Ilueltou. but proposes1ltttO .ad iaUs. to be .. sermon How refreshing to reflect upon such a By and by boundary line will fade' i'.1''

me-a change from tae vhmsey'sThedrcaiai laugrliliii and tile t''J1tRln.'holl8 lip n number luJendtont". or repudiated. iJumberiess people passage of Scripture a* that which stands away. W. think than they will all beBapt ,
1':11)--: cnrllim with nuunti'il toit-riince! interested in *o practical and 1oo"ll at the bead of this It is .
In order to harmonize tbo blLl with sermon. a pies ta. The Congregatiftnalist think* ',
that once i in ""liic: come, true. aiul bl, fnce bocnma suddenly crnrn., State laws and the law of our own .Cue.t.n. some life; other of whom*.of love whom bate the for religious toleration .and sets before ns they will .all be Congregstionalist.' And '1-
'' a standard of religious liberty it would be the; Methodist i. they will alllbV .'
"{ sort of klndoryiirten, he niil.
IENVOI.Th a bill ehuron than other institution .
State In The original more .
welt .
t We inclined Methodists.
partcular. 1 11 up to are so to Ah. brother better still, they
dreams that render rewards I unyt! IIpologl.'tltnlly."I'm stirprlsed antigniecd conflicts oar own statute' Iuu"-,.' jlex\.tll\ eome trace their loftiest their become narrowed in our view of truth I will all be Christian. 'And as some sains _ _
But. after all 't is tho strnsK.inic: lewTbet that should view it In n aspirations. their deepest motive to live under the ..helteof In
you munch aa ItTpl-ovldes for advertising mid fond we are ao prone glory ten thousand year* asks Who
desires baelc her mother
share before 1 and holiest to a. a
llic-y arc 0. gray ( I'll tell It'll tio some creed that -the Tistai, of truth tbe.1f a* they all come horn like' "', '
sPirit o levltr. you. trooping ,
of the with
Xue dreams that once in T.'hi'c: come contracting by tbo director good who live to nourish her chid.D ahead of become tired children _ _
stretching everywhere after the I
urn toils of the day
lluc.K 1111I1'l1oug. tills lighting.battle Come, roads bureau Instead tbe her own rich life; .- .D. are
0' h\sla..hO narrowed and hidden and before ... are over,-eo some John >win answer: ."These _ _
/ Frank W. Hutt. in 1'uclf. Ildre, ." CommIssion and that the lsstTh.noSt therfrm. of it the dierisbr ,
cetts Highway ree"e. conscious . boldly as- aware, peculiar dogma we are they who believed in the Lamb of'
---- Miss Melville wlpcvl the tears of would prevent the State from becoming i earS that little are benefit humanity, ever the certain fact we advocate i* m.eni'fied God which takethr away the sin. of th.' .,
t into identification with the trut.h,it. world." Who know, Jeans Himself _____
laughter from her aud-gupl'tl may.
Z1'C' = eyes a under Its terms as at emerged *. Some 1ra self. There is at least danger here. Thus "T1a
DEfl4Ln bllclC'llrJ Bromla.rprta Ray sy are they for whom I died.. '
brcutli. The captain solicitously ap- I .. to needful be These? .
present tormliltl'd" Christ'. and maintain that to how to often carried out into These These are they 'Who cam , _
1.tiE pronchod with a camp chnlr. Time commission of no State Is better kinnl. is to be. the broad field the Gospel open \, Lookat up through great tribulation 'and bars I
SOLDIER, "Von't 'ou-?" he began tb*nat.peod' than of to make a one .mebrf the) scene revealed her. Jesus is hsv- washed their robe and made them ,whit. _ _
qualified (that cur own the other, and consequently talks ,
ing another of His oft-recurring, with ia Lbs blood of the Lambt
tbe .
back taking clearto
quickly practical sugjrestlois for the betterment A fanatical reverence. Others swing
THE CLERK the the Pharisees; bat as of old. they do not "
with him. Of tbe bilL It has acble1'e moreproportionally. tbe. other extreme' and con.ide. understand Hint. He i* a fanatic, or at G.f ThM (kiV

Drrtlo saw I lime notion and In the it not absolutely than 'chunk nothing( better for than ti. .prodaatf over beat stubborn partisan, who while professing - To'cultivate kindness is a valuable park
jealous rivalry
AND THE LADY rnino Instant saw its cnusp. A main- other and the proceasof educating other a institution of pr-minno, expression to lead them into larger freedom of the business of hf*.-Johnson. -. S
any el.
10 to break their honored institution
seems only np Great
effort from
treat motive is the
I moth cannon cracker containing n frtclrnt in wood and stone of overwrought
various communities In good So this saying falls "
_InV' the of peculiar beet definition of a happy life.."a6. ..
_: : c r 2 : 0 strength within Its smooth shell road building It baa also educated It easibilitiee.. mohum.t from Hi. lip. A. Qe speaks how preeiona -, W* can hardly laarn humUity,and Undrn -

to kill a horn If exploded: from brlow. self. Is now bullCiag better roads innumerable a moat 0I rtiton. 'Vhi..a the outlook There He lead Ilis follow *** enough ,except, by .suffering/ '
I:S' Miss Melville nO"V I a".II the old loved field. out under '
era Q -
Eliot. .
oJ hot twelve Inches from org* ti'
lay HputU-rlnj and them economically with the church because they it to identinedl ,g
.eL buildIng more bl. the blue sky their life and HU '
inltted to herself, "the 'up- of Skeptic are generally readyto belie
thehorroratrlckeu institution
be beneficent
.Miss Melville's uopU. saw than when these ellterlrlBp"'Er! first a oran. bound together by a common fidelity of anything provided it-is 'only ''snficie( Ur W .
"I" I. and
.0 cry liniidKomc. God without which the
YO face of the bor: vclio. 'old b truth. But this freedom
even seem narrow improbsbl it ia
unt'crlnlil. nid its experience oughtto morally and spiritually } matUrs of fact that _ _
Jt be Is doubtless very brave. imponPahed. in view of what i Ia yet to corns These uoh
unable to control his real I. hnd lighted for pea-pi *tumbl*, .Von Knebftl. \
be of great value In snr practical through which the _ _
f nnd-lie wishes me to be are Mv sheep H* save, and for them I lay The beat Urn habit I
O f and had boon mi- in di to giv* up a bad ia ,,
tbeornclcor's fuse nationalize the redemption of 'humanity which _ _
attempt to broaden and down lly life but also other I have
I e"el ; sheep Ufor begin It and th.
lib ire. lie Is a man of ifood character Intend strength had lor the ills of you nut best tim "
able to tlnKUlBh It. all .IIC had the movement. The l'III"cl'J' can b which are not of this fold, and aa we contemplate is when you have discovered that it ia a
and bis Is of the .
family one input
ed. Bertie saw: the captain retreat for. lisa sent draft of the Brownlow bill, the word., the rang of oar vis. bed habit.-United Presbyterian.
distinguished In tile lie UTlcb. a I: desire that tUrting point in these which _ _
couulry. ty feet or more, and honrfl him frnntlcolly our inn i* extended the fields through No man can pas* into eUrnitylor hs i*
'nd be'can listen us well as talk. ho with Its own suggested rinpodmeiit. discussions should be in favor of religious they pass .idm. 'thq visible fcoruon that already in it. -Th dull brut glob more*J .
And when be talks he more tbnuUertlo tell the girl to jump. And to every representative and United toleration. A* love is the centre of the hemmed liS in )HfUrth* blue dome of the through its ether and know it not; *vn ,

May dashed forward scattering children Ktntcs Senator with some excellent Christian .,.te. eo moat it be the motive heavens expand until ,w* ses all -truth so our souls ar*'bathed ia eternity: and -
says but-I rather like Utrtli'. to the right and the left his eyes b'iz-:: in ncl church elaiint to be a Christian lovifTe; souls everywhere, Imowa-by many w* are nvr conscious of it-F, W. l'azwar. -
I am more comfortable In Iterlle's support. As Master was tolerant a different name, coming in a* the sheepfold ,

-company. Poor IJerlle! He Isn't aV In:. I As we have already said there nrotw'o of and charitable! toward those who opens to receive them And we torn The humblest mla oar Woman can'. livsplendidly _ _

handsome "Von-yoil eowaril'!" lie cried, incllsrnantly questions to bo settled bl'Cor. tbe were not numbered among the twelve our step homeward resolving in future to I That is.the royal troth that f
the hU
as -iiplaln. a nil bravcry -" to time retreating otlicer.Vby bill should be favorably I disciples nffa forty apostles, so must we be.more tolerant for the, Maitcr sake.". w* need to believe YW and I who have nomission.
--'d. 1 1I at His follower be tolerant in tbough. A few week ago an attendant upon our ." no treat sphera t* move- in,
I clliiii't yuu% ..wlilcbnre_ : Is a prope.' Fprvlc. for word act, to those of our church lover of .. : .. IB"
She laughed fuiflly I I behind" her f.t n.'U.1tte I lot nUllbel a truth * Th universe is not quiLl complete witaoafcmy
( nNo nlhhcx me to lie liln wife.Itotb Ho throw !11;;' bewildered Mss; M.'l- I the lovernment to engage In, ni'il. if outside our communion. Tber is l.ater'' Christ, but who had never mad aa open : work well doas. -W. C. Gannett .

\illi. nsiili' \\Hli 'hiich fucu thut sliniissuiic"l j I ho, it expedient? Hotb I these i.ueKtlonn need of toleration to-day at ) profession of religion asked _m* what I What doe it signify' whether I 'rat te
he aiul tbe liavi as'sni-fd l
captain :, ;t sitting t I IIIhl) lire upon I till are attirmalMely and, .t 51(18.10 V0U. period of the wrM'. history. The thought constituted a Christian and if I the bottom or. Dot, 10 long M 1dida',
Inc Hint my rcfu-iul I will make themdesperately of today is & advanced th.nthe did not think it meant to be a church .kulkr.'rath81'," and here the old
iiii..Tiil bit! >; but I don't l I., :;i-u,... her, hilt I tllti-il I I oIT one -3 t'. her I] us. courlufclvely nimnrred In t the ('onlI I church of ,...ted.". Its 'intelligence member and a Baptist Church member. It took off his hat 'and looked up "so lone man a*' :'

Ile\i the captain would miflfe. an Uert- sunslinclc, t-i-iislii-l "'iii-alb licr. lie I iiilKRlon'H < of tlH project. It is greater its light clearer; its affinity vraa that earnest nnestion that called forth the Great Captain has His y'Y. and tkuura

liifkril tip ilit- Ki"Htnii g tmt: mIm'r aniltiMtirtl contends, that 'JovoiT.ment nld In mitt with the Holy Spirit more personal; its these sermona. What constitutes a Christian is done to His mind '- Maedonala. _
ie wou 1 1. Itertlo is such violet! .\Iltl I, hold upon the cros of Christ. that powerof ? No progress can be mad in our discusiion If you wish to know wh.ther'Ou arwa,'
the captain Is u ;hdJJIIi.>) lli-rtle nii-n.icliiKly" tonnnl.tlucapliiin. new I tlilnt In tte 'Jliltoi States and redemptive. love, sacrificing itself even until we *ttle that question! Is it Christian inquire of yourself .hsther. in

tiaiin't much soc-lnl! standing. Ills llU I IntcKtion wn< oil11 11". The crackor I bad it not been extended at the proper unto death stronger. The church of the to be a communicant of any church? I. it and for the love of God you seek to III"Ia'PP1 _ _

voulil hivi 1"1l'nRt, sire Ighit at .' time "millions of acres of productUo twentieth century ought to be, and shame to subscribe to any creed T A hundred those about you by sails and pleasant
father keeps a xhop as mine do'*. Oh. if it ii not more spiritual thanthis All male it '
times not
but I'I"JI11111'111111'" ( head hud there \ land would now be in a stale, of nature' upon u trustworthy source sayings. .Are yon a comfortable person -
Jeoar'lIn! Ip'-t'r'" a poor girl to do? chnrh of the thirteenth century, or to b* a believer in Christ. What do to hv. with ,Are you pleasant t*
A lady came and Hilt bcnldiher, JnU k- hern thu '. But unforlmiutely or otherwise Inltl'oc of supporting n population of | even than tbe church of the nineteenth I jou mean by belief ia Christ Well what have about?-Gail Hamilton, ._ SSeeds

". lug a remark relative to the din of the us tin- matter may boicneJ. lO.tKKMXX( souls." t f course'we aro I century. I do you mean when you tell a person you

tb"re1 s not lime.Kaus' .. I ill familiar wIth the fact that the tov- Bat not only in view of our superior believe In him that TOO behave h* Is I hat Will ..-
company.Mlftft tool eill faithful husband a lorinc
enlightenment also in view of ( 'n, '
: in and -
Melvlll ngn'.n: raised her fan to. eminent a r/guhl 111\1 supporter I 'irta.l complex state of livini father? You may1 belie. in him a* all Tie soul of man is the rest maslerpise

Tier face. IJprllo, bllniled, i enfpneil, B'.tinniMlseemed : of r.r.ntuil Idler 1 for Lao luij I 1 should vre be,tolerant. It is the ace ofdifferentiation that, yet not be willing to trust him with of the craat MasUr. DaiTder. -J. Kitehi..

to wlilrl whirl like tel. of rivers and, dollar ou\ of ht. Smith. *
"Wbnt weather It I. Isn't a. l proveincnt hnrbO'Ye and of classification. Every a lens : or open "eor I
glorious .
ulioii I Ilio forrii of the wasex'liiUmtcvl likewise remember time )' coace'Klonn -' slgnifloaat fact of life has been forced t home to him as a friend. Tod tanGY "htra He Is bnildiac on t-.' sand who roaie
-It? .be said nun-comuiltta'ly.' submit to division and subdivision to not n\ost\ unless! willing to trust him with the opinion of other Us round of his
lIe lie tumbled over and made to the transcontinental | '
n top
: She did not catth the other's reply. grants aroaxinf eitcat. Look for instance at monoy uncounted your good name, the conduct,-UniUd Presbyterian., |
for "t.lbat Instant the lull form of Ills ring hud fallen I'UIII his II n;'.;', rullron'l empa miles, In order education. Trace it through the modern very secret of your heart. A belief that It is a noble eight te see aa honest man

L' ami, a 11101110 lIL'/I II)' Ml..s Mehlllo had I, to develop tbe gn'at"st, and I vniveraity curriculum. Contrast it with doe. not eppreas itself in eonfldene does elsa* his own heart ia twain and, ding ,
,2' 'Capl lln tiorton iwnne Into \ hew, vroiM.JDK (skiLl hold of It. Tli? norld turnedblack. sensible of the value and reAr the! most comprehensive e cllegmate' Institution not count for much. All *ls* is cold, impersonal away the baser part of -Charlea Bead __
; Hi? lawn laden with paraphernalia 1'(1 of You are -opinion. Yon mutt not fC f Tn* capacity of oar ,sorrows belongs to*
for the afternoon's entertainment. Her yen fluned. Her consrl I vital ImlorlallC'1 of this policy to our whelmed a with century the multitudinous ago. dep.r"ment o.e. Christ 1 less than yon would fOur friend. A I trandeur, and the loftiest of oar nee, jour

i-. lie nodded nt her and sbe Inclined ( ii4iin tloiiU-il HVMiy upon a won ii. In tonl1 prosperity and Integrity; but I and and belief ia the historic Christ only never Ire those who have had the profooadast'

licr "'111'11 it oiiiue bncU and lObe l1i alilvtii not BO M any of us arc aware that Gov.j ,' .ubdeJamcnta. chair All saved a soul any moo than a belief ia sympathies, because they bare had the _ _

liftd slightly. nil thugs kuo'u'iiifcl.v I her oiiini>:ililon. j eminent aid, to the construction ofhIghways those necessary, you say, to educate the Caesar or Luther or Washington, even profoundest sorrows.-Henry G e.. a
"Tbo captain's presence Rives .>nr To knowledge, though you believe Him as more than a Life is what w* are sUre to. It la hot _ _
little celebration! quite i a military air," the voluble 1.1. 1,, was sitting be- was one of lime earliest net meet the ever adequately"impart increasing : demand teacher sent from God, more than a prophet length but breadth. To ba alive onlr to'

'1h other was talking. all l bern plylfis a .fa:1, ,Other ladies authorized by the Government tot ? Yes. The renaissance that called even the very Saviour of the world. appetite pleasure pride; money maUn. ,. _ _
!; wrra Also tht'rt u little distance, 'I- Internal ..development the country.In Europe from 11 dark age of InteUeetualslumber Just as friendship is more than an Intellectual and not to goodness and kindness, purity
"I understand that lie Las rqatlo limiting In attltado is do- I has vet spent its force.Msasvre : opinion even a possession of the life. and love, history, poetry music : ',
the brief it
j onjetllnd) of a sacrificeto be wtb), Ufl.uY It 'piotiircHque commission's the term medicine, or surgery with the. Just a* love, the divine essential in all stars, God and eternal hops, is to be all.
lie tolchC.haro been sliowln blnisci; against a tree, -\vnii the carit.ilii' elated t hi "tbe building of a, road imposing stature of the poerllraei- true living without muck society j jll a but dead.-Malthie U. Babeook.

admiring "Ut'rtie-bl'\! licrlla! she tanr- from the Ohio country I of twenty year fro. .dure .U-c btrect. self-ciroumfervnced conglomeration Nona but the fully occupied can eppr-; '"
to "lef'-ft
thousands In tlie nndlie's
ibitteil. I was A pot project of ." tonu longer imposing.' The specialUt and the horn*.a den denying its ciaU.the delight of suspended or, rather, '
VjCry fond of show hilt )bliiiHi-If. l lth her I 'nlblnton 'I fO function is own existence ii virtue of the heart Instead of varied labor. It is toil that create holidays
a single bodily more
Yrs. ,1er. t lie I I'I'Ihr! ) <;.II. tilting: HP mild Jot live to srIt octet impln\ +
I upon of secretion of the brain religion there is no royal road ** that is
<" Paphit hi. Kibce thnt little affair nt now. And for the human body a so ; 7 )
oirewliiTe or other In I ludlH, width nt "iiit.... "Mi'r.irlnil's: : )bien t.iKon : but In 1S11 IM(1 I ronil WIIB besiin and i of the one ha been divided into the skill has its abiding; place in the heart, .\. the royal road-r-to them.' Life cannot be _ _

t 'I to tile hospital.ViKii't it )lovely nfilui seven :'ears later It was "completed ntn of the hundred. and each unit in the vast, nowhere in the lire at all. mad. up of recreations; they must be sar- _ _
was all In tbe papers nt I III,' lime. you I To bs believer in Christ then U den ia well farmed lands.-Mr Gibert ..) .
is authoritative than the a nodilfent *
/ to renieinlicr "lieu he led a ch.-irRc ortaonirlhliiK. 01 one. The term philosophy no longer recognises than to be a believer in III'.. Ann Taylor. }
!l: BOIJI'wh.'r.111'1" there lnirt-not no bnilly a* iiilRlit have, been XX). For thirty-four years subseqxient the old vague divisions of moral Tell him whom you profess to call your If theta anst not eoaUanally'rcooneetself t _

"" was danger IJI '. lu-en In great demand. expected t'I'OD"III'l'ln that one of fhoso !i to that time, It was the one great highway aad intellectual. lob division has been friend you believe in him. When you will yet do it sometImes, at least one .'

itrocions ahniiiinutloiiH expsAloil: In bid o>.cr vhl'-li passed the malls and '! and each differentiation sug- not confide in him when in perplexity you day namely in the piorning 01' &t.xamiD. ni nt.
1Ie u popular licro. Au.l he looks Iu nll' I deDiated. content and comprehenijymass seek another's counsel, and in sorrow an- . thyself what thou bust done-Bow-
uniform quite the brave lufin h.'" reputed IUlI1d. Ills "oyesiii'it Is the bulk of the trade and 11'11"1'1 between I ,' mid and more compact than other'. sympathy and yon have insulted then hast behaved thyself in word. deed:

t. to be, which lent cuxtoniary though not IWrnl:1 lIllr. the doctors ] the Kast and' the West and like the original. classification: from which it faith, and (friendship, has become in rovr- and thought for ia these perhaps tho ha*-

:. with) heroes yon know. Heroes are "0)'. It nan nil awful shock watiii't the $7.01(1 paid for AIII.k. tie pur- sprang. Metaphysics theism idealism, nand an empty name. U yon believe in a I oftentimes offended against God' and" thy. __
I man trust him a* all men. demand yon ahborTbo a Ksmpis. : ;
it? So unfortunate's for Mr. Wumoham's to peoplo! esBprioiam.
: repaid
was ai01o.
price eonomC.
" Xisunlly dlnn ppoln line nx spectacles.( "IUNI biology should. You say yon love? Show it by
'. "Yes." Miss Mclviiioncurred, butte plans toor' |II of this country many fold. may bought.mol. And tr. loving and manifesting the self-denial love I Leveapwet .f'Cb.uetsr.,

uothe wan ojily half llstniini Miss I Melville mm;sled to her 'opt. | That seems to at once establish the 1 vast the field of covered low demand, else your profession i* a eooadio We ar* left ia this world, not ax> much

Plio I Her fnc-e was HrTwn ami white. lie' propriety and the expediency of the any one of these aigniftaant terms Kcor"tir. i brass, aa empty name, a dastardly atfsr. for what w* may do her, for tK. things _

13 was ngnin comparliiK the captaln /o'n'lIa crumpled! and stainedlti! proposition. The commission states a very modern ter for Ilt.ncepta1t. w* may make, a* that w* ourselves way ______
wltli Ftertle. and Ilertle with the .for us; the question; the rio you belle. In Christ Bbo it fey grow into the beauty of God's thought foe _
Ijt 1 -captain, and apologizing: for Itertio'n (freen.'I I cry trimly that the money appropriatedfor home problem the theory ofwealth a loving trust. Otherwise, you believe only us.' In the midst of all our occupation

L sibortrorrlnxs. She serlovisly belleveil shall go. I tlniil." she said, foi-e- ], rouds ia largely wasted .or the roa- I industrial orpliuton. sooialUtje intellectually and that means you do and struggle, all our doing of tasks,.all
a _
? lug a Buille. '"I'banC'; yon ever i gO milch |: con that the ,local roadciaster toes not"I. and "I.tol. not want to have much to do with Him. our longings and desire, all our, szp**'

bt. : 'that a struggle was taking place In for wlmt: jou've liiio! for III""'. I'm '' -4ier mind. and trade, e"lthlnf worth. The perchance you start to follow Him from so going on in us which II quite s* important
The other looked at !her quizzically. ry for Mr. \ 11',11:11)0., moilonr.ixback : air An those States where aid has bocu_..difference 1 big; department superficial a motive be not surprised if the as anything w* are doing with oar mind

"Jx vely Idea of Sir. 'NYart-hnui's. '' : the ciiptnln.vlio tame foru.iVil gl\1 under scientific direUol for this stars and the little: trader illustrate the first time His demand conflict with your or with our bands. _ _

(cuderiiiK Ida arm. "It Is but n III tie purpose "It linn worked II revolution. Idea. Yet bow surprised. we are* that we plan you turn traitor and swear yon Ia the boy baa his t.aslciam4 _ _
trasu't itr.1 she vent on. after a brief should have wandered far knew the The test lessons in
is. According its diligent
home. 1'lIl1ot I I 1111'11-1'11 i I not I I i'i'it S 0 Time roitJ built have con religiously never man. My as o* *
:. interval. "These beautiful ground wny : afield from the prunitite apotoi4! churob.wit : sheep hear Mv voice and I know them and dolont is bis progress in his studies.- In
_ _
l;;'t'eall]? chairs perfectly delicious refreshments. you. Cnptnlu I ;urtnn: No nor you IJ'j' ,1111 thc most kepteaitimnt t they not our highly differentiated eredal and they follow .fe. That ia the test to hear ten years, if h* i. isiltfa!, h* masters many1'

t and noise! than dl... I .l.oiiM jiri-frr to so ai! >ni>." I only coat leSs to mlliiltalil. lut reduce expressions our numerous ecclesiastical -I His voice and follow Him. things and stands high in his ciasa. Or, uh _ _
really no more
. the walked hush"-:\llIh' ncrusa tliw cost of hauling from twenty-tMe our multiplicity of organization. , Now what is the purpose of a church is indifferent and careless h* gets only _
might expect I suppose. Every thl'OIlth'lhl' tie Bless you it only shows w* are 'and fn how far doe church membership a smattering of knowledge with so many
.i'cine"i .on. should Buffer a little In the cause : lawn i.iissliii; iron jt.iteway i to fifty per cent. That lImo 1111"1 alive and growing and anxious to apply I constitute a Christian? Church membership links missing that bis education ia of littl _

..of country for the sate of one's paUrioilc Into the quiet IItr"l't.t Ibis lirnt should be repaid for expenditure of the gospel of Jesus to all sorts, and conditions constitute a Christian just so far a* practical use to him. But meanwhile thera- _ _
tt'_ corner she puuvd. slanciUK aliout licr. this tint in rln.1'd prosperity enhancril of men. The worldly minded claim s Christian constitutes a church member. bas been going on in him another education
< soul. for !) of that denominationalism is distracting; and NP- church. whatever ita name and influence -.a growth or development of eharae
r "You nre perfer-lly enrrpet.t ." No one was in Blglit. Slowly, tl'I I values nnil a general raising: '' sigh for a Christian unity thai will swallow ha. of itself power to make-'man ter. Th* mind*,grows by", ierciss, just a*

:': Ml s.i Melville's eyes were gazing( up- U1\IBl'II'A were criuinpd, nlie opcnicl tier I' the mi>rnl. the religious and tie edu- up all rslizimu divisions. But. believe A Christian unless the Roman Church, and the body does. S JjJ.5i" _

., ""vard where BufTy white clouds rllnched hniul and lifted It to lur Him. rational tone of Its people.. we do not me. ueuominatiouaUsm l makes more) for that is only in it* own estimation. We Thea there is also a subjective moral 4mpression -'

were Then rime placed IlI rte'lI! ring upon !i-r Con( I)t. There Is almost a discernible the glory of Christianity than for its fall into one or the other of two errors produced by the way the task .
) -floating lazily, like pieces of sn3iv upon llei'ulJ.! abame. The only shame about it all. is Either of thinking of Christianity as an abstraction -. performed. If ODe is faithful and conscientious .
; cia calm blue sen. Khe was unaware of eagagemeiit dllwr.-llllmol'l' dffcruncs to'lay oetween the -.zeu that denominntionalism, at ,tune* nurturria or as a fact identical with aa organization truly doing his best the _

" : 'the captain's approach. Immaculate' in who lives an a good road and the one spirit of.1>hai"' m that .no God of earth when it is grander dsavor leaves a mark of beauty in the hf*.

-IJ IVoril nilnrtne.t lives on a bad one. They mire in any other division of the Christian fold than both. There is no Chriattanity apart Bat U on* is unfaithful indokat,, false t. .
'. lets white suit. She was visibly start- different\)0 aspirations anil, differentatamidartis than it* own. It been only few from the III of it* founder. It i II not to on.'. aalf. there i* left a wound a trace eli ..
': Jed when lie spoke to her. Some curious Instances of \tllo: p'Takal .e.r SinCe the medical atndasta of Har be,born in a Christian eomrattnity.. It ill ; marring and bl.mUh.a weakening Clf\tIae-, )
.1' defect ar ,w,1 blUidnena" sire of business., Good roads are the for veterinary not to be excitement." P.-MillrT V/T: \ I
"Some of tbe boys have arranged for fellowshipped aspirant swayed by religious Uf .-G ..< t
: civilization's best missionaries. honors. The term "horae doctor" It ii under the uplift of fine must.nor : _
aft Chain battle on the lake.,* be said.fV7ouia gtren In the I.nncct. The dlxoatto in. among not ,- .:
' -Boston Transcript .the tern of salutation. The veterinary the tender sentiment of r keen sorrowto A sappy Bo.. __
care to see It? fortunately In one ease ___
you unOlmon student the student of dentistry catch celestial of
I a* some limps troth I Sis things are rqaisit to crete a happy
She arose promptly."Won't the sufferer an ; thlr.y- I - was occupied with such inferior subject and eoaclude. henceforth .
V }n.I.lmll. Oostsi Rlwt I>.flrlnt. yon. ar* a **lig- home: Integrity must be the architect ana
"" four of wba knew Creek. | matter. but necessary subject bus. ... To b* a Christian is nothingOthr .
you come, tot? she sold, years age I Costa Itlca is deficient In roadiu. Ye m.t tidiness the upholsterer. It mast b* _ _
4r :weetly, to her voluble neighbor thus and French ,vel. )udiIcAy: lost goo ter. So Anseiican. cbnreke 'De thsn'-Christ' 'within" you" -th.-.hope, _.oigjory. .JThe. warmed by affection lighted up with _
1,111 from .
Outside the towns and away noB-eonforratats of The '
o }jl.nd. 01. i chsrfubiaa and r Industrymust- be' .- .e.
cassing the semblance of a pucker to all knowlcdgp of En lh. though ho of to the .d only
tbe poor
the railroad. common menus .tul there ia the other mistake of making ventUator renewing the atmospfasr and _
,. 'uappcnr above the csptnln's nose.TIiera could rE'al rind understand tirevk perfectljr ronveyaucs for passengers: Is horses the of tazktioo to support their the visible church identical with tb* bring in fresh salubrity day by day wfcikr '

,' :;T will be no dllllJr t', will th!re.capUlnT" and Latin and Kreticb 1n w ruth- I mules for freight ox carts. The schools. /imila in toeaae'-, to. reality. Indeed.- symbol* are important our alt as a protecting canopy and'g.offy _ _
. [ (,r smaller and .limost Int ; word the We can never tell bow much satisfactionthe nothing will sumac except the blessing ofGod.Hamilt .
,.,' Irl"p.lotll'r -roads during the rainy IIUOI become ica by all the charchee, because that movement religions devotee receives irom thai'pio- n. ' ""
"Xot the slightest." His smile WAil more curious case was that of I man I I aluiost their cat and ,drieil ecclesiastical S _____
mind Iu impas ignored the-
I| trry bad, places tire of ; -Ylr D or the imago of the '
f;: WVOOI.I1UDlorpd. closely approaching pat. who lost the power of reading at lgbt. sable. methods and brought iat requisition ChiiaL Tk* lire between the symbol sndl 1 r_.- S _

;\: jTonag?. "There will be nothIng but This I"atlentall able to write accurately the pubUe .square and scuOar th_ spilt may be less attenuated thai w. rUnT' 4op1e who how,a' good deal ..t'To .
':\" but !' rk- flnM-r&ere. hall if by any means they might save some think. ) symbols may lead .to mora Christian;test at th* start a* soon get tired "" '-
;" ..iactlon awl noIse-mere boy's play. from dictation wan completelyuiiabl .
1)1'I could .
the .eb.
ehlllhe not The same realties, thai -drear 'Cfen CJinstians.. To have earnest vim
). we o. ofbeing
,', .J.IICI'W' (' to reiul im*. bo )titj l written. Col,:,;, t ms. 1ullnll'ru: : ; I'II! re- into': ruce., 4 now; is*eteti uit ius -toward ** ,-'( .., $. m'j.' aceeas of Christ pad to be intensely interested in 'v _

it : Miss Melville opened her sunshade "'ore blindness Is apparently akin to luce gold Il'a'el co thin that .U that growing, 1 called, Christian to tK* spirit. a law*, thtntt and!controlled. by them cannot. nn*, ., / ,_ _
'Sbercelf, Ignoring his movement to that color blindness but Is Certainly at must be laid upon each otber to pro 8n movement. When will we sea the taL) )t)'< perJotaMoina a/cbirtH far-the fertufcatel b* taken a* a certain sign *C, t _ _
each for thai are ordained oi sake of being church member rather than the coutimenoe of that interests,Th fall' ; ,\,
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,, nd. Some quality In bl* tone-a qual- tended by much more Inconvenleot an Incbvyet When a. ,
NO duce Ile.tblclneU / God believe that say move to baa better Christian. .:Many a person ing off. tl$ cooUag dawn of Chri tiu1'
,4 ilry smacking 'of insult to boraDdIt. leaf and free tr holEs Howevererroneonsr 'nineteenpoints .. 'f,
.eueDcea. ____, 1 i worship their church and minister rather thusiasm I' common experience.-ltev v rJ..
{ .. 1'Ue-a..n01e4 her :Bat ,e ,' tbatpne ottbeznid. Oponenj siyTuce, of test, if adapted i lt'_.Uetl than the Christ tie gburghjepre.n and irst..Presbyteriaa,. New 'Yrk, 'I'I '_ _
:nbAOdso'ni* and brave tblk da'pfadwhJJe Tb* .plt.* Byl'...O.d. ts In 6ldloC." gives the Ippe.rllnce of point uniotthe blssajnirrelgions ,, iewof tbel miD*% preaelf > tAs/go-ldfc. f I ._ ,'-. } 01:. ,
uy t4luaD.ce.vneL'I inaUaiaiUt is nwaasaiafV sSfflt* .''J' ,
Bertie he' to the solid They are sa tbjn tbat Ifs t Ilba nat .5'S j ." <. ,
wasn't and wall rich The place recognize 'J. ", good Chnatian. althonga- if wa are good . ,' p'.I.. I. four ,? \It r' _
,-r- .- rot aristocratic' lineage; while Bert- deadly-consequence* of IsxHscrlinlnate formed Into a book IIIQk weuldjoailj p bodies quarrel ,amon*' hrtatiau .* ought tojb* denomiEationalu Th Bib has nothing to far traaf& :

Is Bristol which 'the apace of a singh leaf of themselves defining U. .; ."_. _'_- t1kwe __ '-iststakin 'nnnat critansa _ _
?ii'fi' :..'gfsther. .ept common sbop. She pitting; hn lately ocsupr orhOod > md Jstttgr. i'g i word of God. '.

,;,.- r4rpw Jolf Q.t pt.aIa'.ltI.\ l:''bJe" A'1TI'r ) l blD'paper; ald'i( 'ofa'ol m nominational-Tsp praying together for1 the salvationof, tbe. or tea,,jenomiastsona give form and eon- Iu baa integrity stood every as test the inspired which leritimaU arttf II

t; >r1ST ". be; 084' toward .her, unteedlus of 1* the MaDbeatel City of IDCh mlal world. ,No,.olda Christens oataid\the; would Chriatiaoltt.whldaa clam has applied to it a* well a* the assaulte <

:*'\" \.iir companion So tbey came to the Council and U 'I. proposed to male the /pages 1bt' books'ot a :,w eliatoekedibrsry'of ,cbUlb. pal*'b.OB the other aids of ,tae> the other bead, denomuutionalitsft should oi thos Wha would glaiBjr **<*

; $lk.'tbore,.-nrbere preparations for Uif maxImum flnt a. In it tad of'. la 1500 volume with pages e,Christian -inside th church have no content to boast *t exoept what I.rain ite.aatbority ii tbc,,wollicL-BvW *
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; V ac.i.-Ldndoz i aelu ---"-- :- ; forget pvzpoM, their,oijtence. :I.1 u..00a. lmJarte'l.ttoa'l think Iou} U ,8utarl4ud.rrsbf, Unas BIll' -
: ,'.. I. bat"Jlt'wrt .1Jr JlrQlP'.... ." most: other $.. Katlae:' : : -- U, o "H *: "f'I.. to '' :, : '\;, "if'-

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Hon. C. A.'Carton, one of the mostdistinguished : I
VT v TNLPNONU N0. 11 Democrat In Florid :

l'1Ia_...avant pates' and a man.who It popular in every w. :ANN : HE'SHOE' MAN 'I
't IDMesvleYalley' HallasaJr, county la the State, will run for national ' 1 1i 1j
KIMnCMEK.OftClCOLJlOOCHTT.rLA.PKOPHIKTOK. delegate If the.IIearct confer- ,
.... eao which meets in this city on April .1. t 1,

J.W.&, .P9c"Di, ?< ; i' *. 7vh will endorse" him. 19 1 J '" -
r assls Senator Carson 'la enthusiastic for < .. ,
' ... Hearst for President, and be" believe . ,, .. ".. .. '.
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.:,J. B.:, POUND, Editor. < ' \
record of >
that Hearst
can ' A'
ttati-:1. the oMel" la Xlnlmmee. :riMkMrtbc **> Senator Carson in the JellllllaLI halls ; ThsrR ',i J..a.'a'. "f '," < '
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"sa 1IOI OOIIJ4.slap Ja&U.._t. and as a oltlien. and' democrat ba i > 1
'I oommanded the respect of all Florid. __. .:..
.. will plowM DoUfr"'ui: > offlc1 U Uns. ,He live In Osceola county and
r i,,tbar fait to(at tbs paper rwolarlfAll '
.," Dommnnloatlou..x_tram our ftQtbor- la a man.who" would -reflect/ credit on
,;.'.',trio orreipoBdenW ,must',. ;>e darted.M ttoln the Slat: at the national convention. -LALYiES: SHOY $ '
; .rl\ler) Several Hearst club have already ,
,-....1WLed." fish t..Wr, aotb- ret.una Vn>.*> ndorred him.and in all probabilitythe A KICK ABOUT GROCERIES. : :j

t !'be. lior'l* 'rwpoDtlbU for oplaloal.a.. conference will nominate him alone ) ,.

:;\....>>i rmwwtbroorrviipandvnu.AdTvrUilng. .rMe>raajr b*.J>'.d on .ppllc' ..uon. of will" the likely delegates be unanimous., and bin nomination -If you have a;kick about Groceries STYLE OF A :DOROTHY DODD -will be appreciated at a | .;.: J'

I .. The Hearst delegates who hold their Without'a doubt the TilE "!' ,;
try us.
. BCTBSCRIPTION &4'US: instant they'ore tit7
the comfort be determined the -
,,1 .0.. .... ..... ...... .too conference In this city on April 7th -can
0.. .Ills onr noathi.: rv.\.,.. ........,.. ...11 will endorse three other delegates at most satisfactory &
opt ji )
I" .....,.."r,U11'O'!inonlht,. .. .. ...... .., MFriday'April : large and two from each -feifrntrreaBlonal 7 ted. Time and wear have well demonstrated their service. .
; district. The conference, which GROCERIES ,
: f! 1.. 19 : I -
r public as several: Important, natters Oxfords $2.50. \ ,
; in this city are obtainable in our
concerning Hearst's candidacy are to
j <, Th., tsi.tlttit.I .
: be considered, and a plan of campaign
store. Our Grociries sold <
are on
"P1The! Boots $3.00.'c
:'j tt" Fanners' Institute held here on agcred upon. {
I r, /Tuesday, last so far aa attendance was All Hearst editors In Florida, re their merit. Extremely low fig ::9t'Men's
_1'I fconcerned was a failure, there being gardless of their positions on othercandll1al.tll.
PI'tIMDl.'le l t.baddmen oltizeos of .-and who are ",'orkInIn\ ures will not buy staple goods any
'y f. ', the not' :more than-half that I harmony with the Hearst Anti-Trim ""

......*'pursuit aountY1.*:deafened dlroctlj"to tbegprollted/ the by -League, are Invited r.'et.rO\oHIi to theoconference.Jacksonville ( where. Here are the lowest prices !- ; Crossett $$3.50 and $4 .Shoes }
for Groceries '
'p'J'Th.' .... such Is so Is lamentable and .n ___ __ _ ___ good : ,
.'t,;:it shows a' lack' of interest that may Better Than Gold.

.w ". tt\,' ,*prov eutlon to of. the detriment..agTloultural"The-clauses"per- with"I chronic was troubled Indigestion for several and nervous years Bacon.'cut Bacon' by ,sid|lOc.!!. 9c.. J makes life's' walk ,easy. Several_ styles. Come | rl !

'and ihe'downtroddenfarmer" are debility," writes "'..J. GN"eni/ of Lancaster -
tlid tl
V'damlllar: terms all over the land which N. II. 'No remedy- helped] me Oats, $2,25.Slightly .a > see > .
" If.we may fudge by the' slim attendMWM until i began using! Electric! Hitters '
:t' at this meeting should not apply which did me more good than all the damaged Corn, $ I 1.25. :
;\., 'twre'forwhen aa effort to ''assist Is medicine 1 ever ueed. They have also I ;

..:{'I'"'' .- !'ade is,.when given.usually efforts to relieve the condition a condition Is kept' my. She wife says in excellent Electric Hitter ht'altlfor are Jersey Shorts, $1.25.W Red Star Brand Shoe 1

;;. Manifested by. the Interest taken In the just splendid for female troubles\ ; that ,
l. .ae ft ures of relief: ; If then"It be 'true they are a rand tonic and invigorator -
'jo", Mat!, :need no assistance. for weak. run down women. No B MAKINSON CO.
such as ''msuLuifis l
*DBM are Designed ILK 111 *
other mould can take place
''IpigIYe>,< w." may expectthe help our family. Try them.<< Only rolle. ,, ,, In Medium>< Priced
e. ,ling band to be _' -'-,' =. -"=, .- '-,"
withdrawn" from us sod Satisfaction guaranteed by Ui'oolo.Pha.I' - - -
',:' ;-extended, elsewhere. In expressing .
r aTeiT'l
: .-our regret over the little Interest our ---- --- n! The nl Ladies'x
;. !PeOple took In this matter we do not \ Card Front' SHeriff I'revatt. j
Gents' Little Gents'
'r t,wish to be understood berating. or & -#
is To the Citizens and Voters of CcelaCounty ] ;.I' / ,
. -colcJJo.'tbem and It only done to
' ,! a firstclassEuropean : I
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bring about If possible a reaction' !: ,
\ I hereby wish t to sincere
lee express my
them know

. ..,.;,>rt air.eD06;. ) that they missed a thanks in the fur past the bad support.for the you 4 hate,.|iri-Ki gyenme .l"n.:i I I i Plan Hotel \; ; i and Misses. 'r '

..! that have I'M''lItJ'OIlW\\ l to me, making I - :
t OD -was organized: by the I __
'.. doubly sure" my olifliun' were 1 regain/ i
.' '"unanimous Hopkins as chairman election of and Mr W.: G.J. W.B to offer for the same position.. I I J. S. iSTRflTTON\ Pro !f)! >ltj CAN'T ::BE ::BE-8..T. m _. t-tq.
., earnsas secretary. from Milt my |prt! 'etc int4. 'test Calls!!. A'rlIo.l 111., 1', J Jh ,' lI ....."" -:> ,,>v.---:j.... > ..... .....' -J-..: :s: . ... "..,., :" ::r ::- . )J \<
,:"1 public duty IIH soon UK my .m -- :'; _- -' ..
.K The chairman introduced Capt K.EJ h i :Q : ;;: :- "': "':::" z. ---!: = '
, expires.. In "ill that the i I ;' :{
,t ; Hose who, afterexplaining; he ob- | retiring" say <) .,
faithful has 'hero 1\II\ Have fitted up the room _
dJM-hariie ot duty -
the Fanners? my .
''Jec"9f. Institute, spoke t' __------- =--= v
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." m>' highest ambition IIn.lA> thosewho 'ii' vacated f1lI I -
on slue of Fertilizers and explalnwlJw :'j recently by the City i I
have stand by me uixl] gi'eti, m t
o\J 'their value depended on the value ",
K Bakery and the rooms above l -
their I feel uruti-ful, uudtoUoNC 1 .
,i'of their several Ingredients; ho said support \vry I Iii'II
..' War i the law relating to fertilizers In who hun In their! jiulpincnt! .' with the best equipment to be 'j I I j jI
'L III i seen proper to do otherwise. 1 hold no II' COJ\.1E: AND: ;
state was one of the most valualaws I b0Ult
K had and :
':.t.... i to the farmers ever passed.t'l .- unkind feeling. Very Retip'j', :,I|,/ am now prepared tc 11j Ij SEE :
;' '. I toldof some of the different Inltre- ('. F. THKVATT: :'J,'Ij cater r to the wants of the pub- \ I
dtlnt. bllbl'i If. I'', I :N1 W LINE OF FALL !.i
_- and advised -_ ' .' -_' -_' ..
use otbllher"Mle 7J]Ij lie. Table unexcelled: large \i : ''' :- -' '::' :: < : -: : !-:
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" : .ealq brands freight of fertlllxers and thereby hauling making In pref-a i r Strayed or Stolen. t.J j. airy rooms and comfortablt, : \ I

' ; < ".renoeto larger quantities: of lower Ono small bay mure live year old.Two Ji li/ Dry GoodS !
beds. Rates Clothing ;
j reasonable for
i,:, grades.. lie also explained whatcropsmended left feet white, Muall! star In face, t''; ii j i! 'I i iI ; 1j
I 1 main.tiliort, tail swell, but Single Meals, Board ,
:. most,of nitrogen, potash' and I lively fentle. I'i jj'j : by the :
phosphoric acid,'anel, compared 1 Any information! liberally t reV I K '- I 11. K

of IDa other of the.days present and enjoined time with UM I .arm-// ,worded. Last Keen: March, I P. GRAHAM.\Int. .j i'jU ',:j-Day--.-_-.-,_..or......_,I longer.;..-,_...- _.-,.._--.'-._-..._- ._-..t-r.rf-j-.1.1"/ ,'I : AND NOTIONS. ;! A Tz g ;;

,. and farm/He aof also all manures referred' made to the on value the I ... . . . . ,

of Department: bulletins of the U. S.' Agricultural. I il. ..._-,.,.,.-.....,,-_,.._-r.. __, ._-....,._...._-...,--,,._-,._-..._- ._- .__. I.. ..t
and. of the State ex perl.J "i'I
'ient.t.atlon. .'.' I 01''
Mr 8.',U. GaiUklll spoke on the sub - - --- ? .
.MM o'f Live Stock'giving a history of .VI No -
:..: ttoe I.odlla'ry.tor the last hundred years
.,",'.' or mo,and recommended keeping strict f
.;;.." one breed whether In milk or beef ,
=: 'He pointed out deficiencies of l r. *CJJJC/JCJ1wGC/.I'rtYYl1SC/Y1'JJdtYllJdCC//C/1Rlrl. lYY. +
.V .r-.npcal-t.le( all producers of
i,beat gra lt.Jof getting best blooded bull. IS THE LIVERY FFFH AND SALE I .
t}/bnIbis and"showed the economy of &ABLEJ.
": 'tlo dosiand plaltued that ,as' good ,

., made ia Florida cheaper '
'Chan+laanyothee state on account of!*
.more "advantageous'climatic condl I TIMETo1 S. STRATTON Proprietor. I ;
4 tionsy; JHe' recommended grazing of''' ,
obese and cattle togetherbut sounded -
s note: of warning against overalooktng -
f ; also recommended iDtI'oduc- TBUT LITTLE I i''goodto lit<< beets. grasses!!and. connection spok piigbly) with of JOB OF PflhJiTiG. ,

other Crops and told that his experience -
sbowed that half bred cattlethrotelieMer :
"( .. . than natives and on less feed. : I I
The. Chairman after regretting the --
7' p uolty'got the attendance of local ,+ Ready Mixed i!
. ,Mpokralserk and'farmers atltb metn *- i
i '. >gated ootomented on the great value -. I f
t4 ,.Of tbe'Farmerl'lnuUut.el. -

'...l y Meeting Adjourned. meeting till 2 was p. opened m attidicbtim.athe ;; Dry Colors, i ,.- .,!'Ii'Ii.

__ ln bt MrCv: 'K, Mai Ing"'who gave Q-. 'j,
i dissertation' on weather conditions. v
.value of weather sign*]*. Oils, Stains, .
.IL : e-was followed by Mr. W. E. Em1py'who I (t
-I .lctutd on the growth andtetlng 'vegetables and fruits ,
strongly:recommended sub-irriga- ..c= Varnishes i f a 8. I f

bll i where rainfall. was: lnsut icient.e ..- ..... }
alao advlsexl eelUngdirect tq deal- ...,
> 0.0.J, ). and cutting out the oomMloq Plus icoU it'
mcn1and Incidental losa.JrVof < . ,'t
.' Crosbr'speaking of the value < I".
Winter la connection with
pajtores; .
".'1'ralslaitexplalied his busi- > Cold Water ,
.the southern states was to find I"
I.''t.O such gaatures.seise t'CI 4yr
hid belief that alfalfa would
i Mkoceeawhen soil i. inoculated. I. .: Paints and a
....cessary-. bacteria *, ..
Conner poke of the necessity

thrive ng tionw:.oa.nutritious".the. tow),grass landa, that and FINE LINE OF BRUSHES.Parian .F.

out'-'..preseut1 growthof,, less .
4DIr''Ue..1: ., t,', a, ..
''wa.1 extended the ,1:1:
"vat. of thanks i ,.
and, adjouraedoi '::\
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)f llhoee'at Stanford's Rual-an- I 'iJ,

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call tMentloi1' to- :announce-. Paint "I
H :J. 'B.IJohasod; ;.of-LivegJpr'eneJudg '-' ... ,. .
:. ;'to'be:Tonod ,

ja Mil* p..per.: .1'baa been .
UM'01 the editor'of.the.V.-O. Is guaranteed not to come off ---
Ida acquaintance for tbs pastp..rsjand'Awe ,1,4.
; unhesitatingly no matter how long / ,. '
him In Bl.F exposed I'
.".y.wo L.ftldot ; :1
"; :;.. -* Ja a;.native 'Flo- ito the .action of the air -- ':t ';J"
-TI ,...... man who ha won, an : sun .,, ,

....It.IiJG..i. .ans a. Inbereot a lawyer,by boneety clo ei jbr; weather and costs no more Half Block fnyn Depot and Hotels. "',r l ;

won ..nd.:blgt terfifhlg I''than >(':?:
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its oul.t8n' inferiorgoods.
81a'bbo. % j
...l.maa;;'.with wrlwll1 the. ('- '>. Rubber-tired Vehicles .. 11"%. ,ji
'T. public offoe'je ya publlct Stylish, Gentle Horses 13'j *;
Ia bests )Uan7. ttntss.xiDon Careful '
oa'eer ;'r Be Ie able_' sPHfL / Drivers. Rates Reasonable. ; .;.r :

_I q aJtaetI : '" 111 !sb. GRAVES .& GRAVES :, ."

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;i. THEY ARE NOW WORKING{ G FOR A CONVENTION the resolution if-It was. Intended onlyto vor of "April 12th," but -advocatedfirst ;. -,

, elect delegates to tile National last and all tho time "May 10th."
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iJ __ ... Convention and adopt a new State which date I had named In a let.ter NORMAL and ]D STRIAL( SC1

I u Platform but to Dominate our candidates dated December 5th 1903 .

t; by Primary Election Some which had been published in at ;'l

t ALL 'TRUE DEMOCRATS snOULU ACT good men were) deceived by theshrewd I least thirty newspapers In the St. Peteiroiire? ., I'PisvJhk 'I. '.-.*

pretense, but It IB curloua that State. And that misrepresentation rt-y! > t. <.yxv.v.'f'V'i, I 1

i every pronounced opponent of the I itonly an average sample 'Offer i nHiiial advantages to&boH'Wboala\ to review bcfote taking 'lt9s 11 S
1 ,. BUO*ExaroinMvn for Teacher* and tothoieiirha wlih ionake*hc osnlsss.. tttj .
Primary System worked and Toted of the way The Times-Union 'fra\OlolDome\ iuo aoience.nePhy.lcalgukph. durtng' the ,"." :

' # NO- THEIR OPPORTUNITY WILL COME ON THE TENTH OF MAY. for that resolution. If It was not In- I treat. me continually In Its news colnmns. : ssisf ", i':'
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Special $ta Vreks TtrsT kt A rt 11. ',.'
tended as a deadly attack upon the '

,": M. Bar Democratic Candidate For Congress, Expoeeei the. Scheme of Primary Sy tem, the enemies of the I It Bald that in the date Com TbU school has a facnlty of aeTSnteen teachers; foe;''lee I ,;, ; 't egtil:'
modern *, Normal department,a Hlth b14, to,
the Trust, Anti-Primary Lsaders-Some Very Important Facts. For Democratic Primary certainly acted and voted !: mtttee meeting 1 urged Mr. W. K. School a equipment rJoelT...lIll'p.... ibopfor iMauual graining, Bne eq alpa. MIng

Voters.I Just an they would have acted and Bills not to resign. from the State sub tewlnv, a good Ubrarr a One "D0raU>ry,an ee XN
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Toted had It been *o Intelld 4. Did.Committee, when the fact U that, eoclelwi.1Mr..Rhysla1Cnltar.departmentforyaangladies a School Orchestra) and s fine Mcatton on tIn .. acvfct1t

i t tp I i mary( who-cxmld control toy that pur- one pronounced enemy of the Primary when Mr,. Ellis suggested that he wasa one of tbe most p""ll' beautiful towns '
VOTE "AGAINST A CONVEN pose any amount of money desired by will be available April 11, This U one of the'beet*.Bjth
It t "-TION.De sure that you vote 4 j I them; and -the! {r know hat once they vote against that resolution? candidate for a State office and the *south. : ,vr''
No, not. one Did any of those who State Committee would have to canvass "
"Against a Convention. Thai "ter.fad : got.J>y fair meant or foul, a majorityof : TUiTioiNJ'iij
publicly proclaim :]tbelr -fealty to the the votes cast for, him and asked :
It vigilance Is tt-a price of liberty"'Is that Convention they could adopta .' >
Primary; Byitem: 'but privately con that Mr. Crawford bo put ID his place %. -'v '-. J
universally!Jtnown.' Let the.. friends new' platform, leaving out the provisions ever' Neomary erpe;" .. for boatd, ete., for al..
demn the system and readyto In the State Committee, I' suggested 11,14,need not exceed IJioard at u.. <
-of but and
take abort
liberty a nap In tho 'present platform .' stab It In the back vote against i that It would be! necessary for Mr. nthl ug U nirnlahed. Write for! clrcvUr ,. f.,. ,"
.j, Its enerale* will be found ever" at the Primary System *nd laltem. '. "
' | the revolution? No.., not one.MET Ellie to resign before Mr. Crawford V I< 0" '
g: workLiberty la ever obtained only provide for the holding of only Conventions JOs.GUI81J.Mi t'
could take his place, and stated thatIf '
ri\ after a severe and protracted contest hereafter! Then that name .. ' ,.
WITH DEFEAT. Mr. Bills would tender his resignation "-
1.: ,_ Wh n .won It roust be jealously Convention would have the power to I I would move 'Its acceptance
\ \&uarcMc1. The Primary HyWtem represents nominate *v. candidate for office '
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But the resolution, like all other and the substitution of Mr. Crawford . .
,}{:, the liberty of the Individual now required' to bt- ailed by the State attempts which have been made to I for him. It was then suggested byacme ', .. I :... : :.' of r
Democratic voter The Primary ays- Primary,, and elect an ar M-Prlpiary I '
destroy the Primary System since one that It was not necessaryfor '
Item gives to the humblest Democratic new State: Commltl. and liberty,
the adoption of the present State Mr. Ellla to resign because the Professional Cards
rr< eleotur one vote to cast for each run the Primary System, would! be effect ;
Platform established It, was defeatedby law Itself creates a vacancy, and I
: ididate of his oholc. to be counted directly tually destroyed and< the Democratic s "" ,Y'.y n.
I the friends of the system. For a i replied, truly, that the State Committee pr t
as he himself cast it, nod the masses would be too disheartened to SfCM/f, MCD* v
+ time It appeared. though the cor- had. upon the opinion of Judge W y { '
richest and mont powerful man In the soon otart anew the battle for their ,I .' _. a r %'AtbllblfsJli trc i
rupt Trust Influences In the party had Raney forcibly presented In an argument FO. TUOMiSON.Pkyaiclae
j State can rust only one vote, just freedom from the corrupting hrtlu.ooe. sad Jiaeg..aau.
' boen at Ian crushed, and that they two years ago, decided that
CALLS .. ...JI.D. .* '
:'', the same as the poorest. Thin "IU which had overcome them. \.r
would only vent their spite on the the law did not create a vacancy, and '.
rty" was obtained only after many ._1....._ 'Phose 33. c.. '* >1'. -
I friends of, the Primary System, who that no one was In law a candidate '
v years of p.,r.lntent hard flghllnR THEIR FONDEST HOPE. -.4-. OffleoYae** .N. "aYO.IYpJ.ti'N1
: had defeated them, and by misrepresentation until he bad formally filed his notice KISSIMKKE, TUL '" / /i! I,' :;;:
against great odds It must be Jean ,
ya I and vII II fI('at:ioII, through and paid Ma fee, and that It was'neeeestary y ,v
J i t ,ously guarded When they were defeated In the subsidized for a member of the State .
. their trll8t- wned and : '
ort to delay the Primary, and the A VANS A'ONPW; iCII? G81/Hf/
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Committee, who Intended 'be
those to
on acandidate ; .
$r' newspapers revenge "" v -. ..
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aETTINQ gE6PERATE.4y I. had been fixed for May 10th, -. ,
wbo had defeated their schemes. for a State office to resign ATTORNEY AT I ,
t they sought to havb a Convention before his successor could be elected. J 1 LAW..t..o.I' 1 I'!'
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;! The enemies of the Prltnary Sys- called for June 17th hoping after the WHY THEY ARE SO UNFAIR.No Every mltmber..QUbe State Committee AND NOTARY PuaUC, ,., ,. | y k ,.. .

{il -.n, though defeated and apparently adoption of a resolution calling a Con 'knew that the Committee had so K SS1MivI1E::; ; FLA,

;, Overwhelmed by Its friends In the ventlon, to roconaldfr the call for a "<<.;" w
decided two "
Committee years ago on Judge Ra- *
member of the State )
: State Convention of 1904, made various
{ Primary May 10th on the pretext of the ney's legal argument. But The '
who bad boon active In support I, J. W. SIMPSON *
II covert attacksupon' the system that the people needed time to DR. 'e
more Primary System l la safe from mlirepj j Times-Union could not ml.* the op '
i two years ego, but were defeated at study tbe candidates, and should to ** i1ii8tfiI _
resent at Ion by newspapers! which deI, portunity maliciously misrepresent DENTIST; ''V' ,
.' every turn. Those who know that Bare a new platform before the candidates afro me even In thrft matter. k 4r; t r
a return to the old Convention '
tb. cannot control the Democratic Office over Oeceola Pbarma jr .
were IIP.le>Cted. They then Intended I System.I < i,

masses as they .o, long controlled to capture the Convention and MALICIOUS MI8REPRE8ENTA. 1 t."m-m. '
treated to double dose of OFFICE
was a HOURS:
I conventions, by the combined use of Eav DO Primary, but nominate all TION. r imto'lMiKnt: ,*
mallcloua representation.] The morn-
railroad panseM, proxies direct brlbry aavndldaUtu for all offices. Telephone No"7ft Jun'5:lyr* r> ilta
Ing after the State Committee meet- .
;y I and all other forma of corruption That this was intended to be dona which I It further maliciously misrepresented ,
ing The Times-Union, even
w : ar* not yet ready to see recognised is evident from the peculiar wording me when H alleged that I was tryIng *:' '
misrepresents Itself itself '
by calling .S'tEVENSj'
L .. a permanent Democratic Institution of the resolution Introduced Into the newspaper : to remain on the State.Committee DR. A. B. ;
when It'
Democratic (
x" : a Primary System which State Committee provided for'the a to take advantage of my oPpoDeDta.wben '< v. "1.\
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know that It Ie absolutely owned by ....DENTIs;. )
they cannot control, Lad which relegates calling of a Slate: Convention. The the fact was well \Known thatI '1'0{ ,
the Republican Secretary of the '
1 1 to political obscurity In th iDemocratic revolution was as follows: I favored no change whatever of the Gas Admlnlitered.i,, 1 '
Standard 011 Trust, and baa Its policy |I : ;
"", Party, or drives openly I rules: and regulations adopted trwo 8.,30 ... ittlsJXl.uidLJoto
Republican Party where theyproperly i iI | WHERE DANGER LURKED. controlled by a representative omc. Hour. : # n'lrl"'
Into tbe .30 (
1 that Standard 011 Trust-Republican). | CONTINUED ON 10TH PAUL ,$ ;..
belong, those who rely for
(I I 1 contained a whole page account of ORLANDO. t 7LOR1PAr >
"Resolved.. TII"t. Convention of'' I ;
the Republican -" <
. -their success upon .-- | '
'I Trusts and those corporations which the Democratic Party of the State of I the OoramlMce meeting, full of ma- **********+4*********111** ) ',;

i\ peek to corrupt the politics of our Florida be calledto assemble in Jacksonville llctous 'misrepresentations of those IVI W1Li. O a'G.J:
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mombera of the Committee who had \ HOTEL J ?
'y / SQUBtry, and seek to mortgage the on 17th. 1904, at noon ,

4- DemocraUo Party to the Trusts and for the purpose of nominating delegates !maintained' the Primary System. N4TARtPVnz4c.a, ., ; /1-Vri) ,.I

"-- -- orporatlons- forth*. .moM! .alth. to the National Convention of | The Times-Union seem. to consider :J i. M. GARDNER J STATE AT Ldxill};,. ';1''(;
:V the the Democratic Party,wblotK as svfllclent reason for maliciously ml.repreeentime"the .- :
which they seek to corrupt roveta{ Real EetateriAgerte} '

,., Masses. In St. Louis July e. 1904. and to take I : faTSttteat i-wrote iRoie ;rti XISSIMMtEv'7'J i ,:o Id'o\1

,IJ. such action ss mf} b. regarded the Democratic State Platform, which : Day. i I ; '

J.' !PLANS OF THE BN CM life". If | proffer, and that each county be;; entitled gave to the Democratic masses the : .,; ,. : ,. ..( :,

? i to representation on the basis Primary Election System and ihit I : Special arrangements by : ,," ' _I, 'Ala it

Th* enemies of this system carefully of one representative for each hun j had written into that. Platform not the nv o nth. Comfortable" -C.R.? H.. POW.c.: r K

f:, planned and made one more effort dred Democratic vote east at'the only the Primary Election System, ; room and table furnished w th : : I -we
last. General Slacken but also a denunciation of the attempt .;'r :& e 1.U.t'l with whtor
1.* against It, and tried' to call a such representUtlve i : the best the market affords + : ... ,---.t, if,
Convention to b. held before ,, or .delegates to be> ehon at made by Trust Republicans to severs?
Btat "
" <. a Primary Election! could be held this th* Primary Election: be held Jun*.t mislead and corrupt tile, Democraticsnasee S--f ? Eyes Ear;Nose,''Jhroat>rv. alte some d del ,r9 '

10. 1904, under the direction of '1 th by the fraudulent pretense ..0'I I '" WdLy
' : pretended to want a Convention Chest' ,., .Ji.
They .
year. .. e0' .
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?i only for the purpose of elect\ ; County Democratic executivemltl'ee'of CoIJiIi,.that. The Times-Union U : aD mpJkmtte >OOOOCCOOOOOOOC<>OO :' ,I::"s: r' 1.y"ot'r";; '''''' de fi* p
1 each.CountyANote. .e.lpap&rall4 that U>* other! ITZQEFiALDtG1; ,
Ing delegate to the NationalConvenetton ; 't r.I lti' few doses
j the.alleged fo whfclztbd B e-wsp pers controlled .by the same io'ri'cJ) .
:'f ..nd0 make nw platform. purpose ( : W.L V. 'n Du' : e o
Convention "aa'to be called .'*[influence*'' which : The .
visfor : own Times- .
iConveotlbn ono<;1n, lIS ,
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;t ,r" to do 'the purpose--of nominating del*-t Union'sr. also Democratic.ty 1 i' . r 404 .
,- MsMlon: has supreme power
gates to the National Convention:?ot i', "their ;"maliciously;; Into* ,?*** : :
e. of thee 1 if/'O'
K regard s < '
aH j whatever will. }
11 )? : ::8 <'R s op 1 call, They the Democratic' Party>whlch'. meets acoounl:"of the+ last"meeting'Ol; the ; <, ,
,IpurTWtaentloned < .
State CommJUoe .numeroos. ; -'- Ito
ItrSt.iouls.Jiily-oVlBOVand ,'
. calleKl,( r to taV, ,, they among "
; ror.1mow.ltb.t i a ConVentloa osjtenslbJy IIt : : othermtarepreseiMtatloDS. '. ... ... .,
setton may't;, other say .
'"only 'toi; elect del' 'cr\:: Rie reosrdsd<< 0 LI yy a
J I 'the National) Convention' and:to'make proper.*'. .JNot
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.. .aixywheM' ;,I aaa no Idea of betaodUata rile Trueta, and the Trust-controlled I /
W. $Oli t11 I' sad that I favoredtatejat < newspapers don't like that plank; and
/ date praotlcable for hold- want a new platform which doe not !

/J I..E.ui1JlT. thY'I Primary consistent, with the denounce' the :1'rustsl.. cad It denounI p

"'otj'jdelecate*' to the N.tlona'.Uo'n I Republican Jrrl1lllSol of the III I I i II J I 1 'll I
who have been ' and those 111
c Morn br' direct:! ;'yoe. In ,PrlfSrysohM'to. press, .tPR
a.old twilling Con- d want that plank left out; andIt

..ntlv1 4D. hits) also wen 'known thatmSol provides for and I lasure the Primary

ali ho ai00rM'PedeQ''two
t..4 ', '' years ago that. tbe lawtd I press and.their, owners don't like that '

I snot Sxqualrfy tier the' State plank but want a new platform with CANDIDATES S -

)yeaf.dr rt setts .,..mtttee flay on.-." candidate: for that plank omitted -and.It contains TRUED l

re b r I/r..0(, for'' a county office, but well It 'cootaiu a lot of other l auund BY AND/OR 7WE

+ rtl.tagr !'it/ :dlaquAllfles, ,.only those who! Democratic planks,. and those newspapers AGAJNST '' --- ,
which to be Demo- oUR Bogh -
'B i 4 baV&, t4'' pau upon shelf;(own pretend \ '

II. :'. Oo:eopi) ewTyS11'I :."'arthe 'sut Cornmltteonu craticwhile) thoy try to nerve the THE PEOPLE'S CANDIDATES \

Op oPr0e. _t nothing'.whatever,; to -wltlv-Uije TriiMts, don't like any of those planks

uP7fl ,p 1' rn8,; ail 1 to cahdidotea: for Coiiffrews arid want a now platform with everything OS tiro

e e,,... -.-r"-Jd.w..-..<, *BECOMING.,. :n '. BRAZEN.' 4.* t.' everything objectionable Democratic! to -thtslT lett owners out. (Iji-i-j'J'W', ' ((1i (iI

Th i f i
lF pA i .of CO Tree, thOBO' newspapers VOTE AGAINST A CONVENTION.
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P. ; armfittcb. '*.re :auh. ldlce: <| In tile same In- / (
v.TuesiJay' r 1..... that' The, :rlmEl -tJn'I h 'concern* ; h'a. that vute "Agalnut a / '
: ;eo trolled. follow Its lead In Be ewe you r

the preeotit x>ua.number 1 ':ti Wtnge,,J In fact 4bog mib8llly. Convention." IteUuko the Trust element ww* Km

',!t>>eliM* pattt'a.ue: .kfcomlngr BO brazen In the Party once niur, and be

pursuit* de J't11-elr effrontery that several oft certain that the r<>l>'nlu will)01 1 4

; h. Tit "sufem have' actually pulillsbed an item "distinctly emphatic" anal the Trust \

'Icahowsprove lint ,T hare1'cllpp d from one ot the corporations will quit trylnK to cor-

a> < id t.b 'b 'ereaad po rupt.,, The Dally ruyt-tlie Democratic maaasw, and will

-' eeutfont'and ah'lwltUsv n ,....:Of Gahui.V1lle. thin reads as fol- at lea!'t fall I Into "Innocuous dtwue-

t.e wa5, :?! *The; pvmocratlo Platform or tude" In the Democratic' Party If they .

[f.we ma;r Tj900rrKtW'"lJy.: J. M. Barm, des do nat relieve< UH onllrely by openly

i, a t6 fourrcInK' \ the;, ''aubsUlzInK'... ot the JolnliiK the Trust. wing of the Repulriloan 1 4 I /

: for 1II'tJortda pres<",ty'Repiibllcans, g'assenmputatloD7.Nhlch arty, by which th- ..y are now

;i >dad6,' wt the] nO"-81'81'l sal employed, to try to !nl loail the

>flan tlanJ U cl tk. State: hav.. long awaited a fitting Democrats.

s lour saot,. .K>rtpnltyiitlo; | resent and rebuke Respectfully Biibmlttml,

*ht_ our(fafT !atpppportunlty la DOW M hand at J, 11[. BARRS. ii))

I tf tf.p-,.,..,as bftf-Mt'&bTfUi, ,, : *, press of' the Scroi.d 4c-

i. bat I1Kr..loaal'DlllltrlCt"; and* It IN m,.r- You Know what you are Taking.: IJ ; !

leg d ally ..certain",that the rebuke will bdi ___ .__ -
: r laifendedreg Unr41y', tnph Ue.- t' When you take Grove's TastIeB8 I .

hill Tonic Ix <'iiu8e I lie (formula 1 Is
1ibLdRY .; ll .illy printed bottle show- I
ui woppl.LTb on every _
DEGRADATION. 'tf thai it is simply Iron and, , ;/ :ej: .;: ; 1 a tasteless form. No Cure, Noliy. -: :::: y ,

\;J.'am'; 'iratefal for the bold an- h 60c. _

'g' '.hOQ nCemsatsty' consider the /pr.cIjJ .

4eslouncing. 1-lae'Mbeldlztng by RsaOpbhoaa.'pf + ANNOUXCE. MENTS.
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C allecad Democratic newseneTalaa i ,
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'.. ;- unanlmouBoplcln ; worthy bl a rebuke lha9(I "' n ( i M'cttS. '$** dUUnetly emvhatlc. Thvyscreiarjto Uli'lcr thu livut uuul llfJ priluar lur .S.OO. I State F.xecMtlve Cotnttiitteemail. For School ConMl..Mloeer.: fIat No. 2. < .&lorj-Jn; their degradation! flintily! !I" advanceFor At theeoILllattcuuf,> frli'lxN I }iy I II"",*r, h> Hiinoiinri-in.\N' 'U rt CHiKlhlntc, for r* I
:\The airman iltppeu'I'prtoA to admit . alinouiK'tf ,,1\ <'Hii'll'1iw\. r )I Mrnil r of Slit* rlr! .11"" H>. sHiooi, i omnilx-loner. from,, Islet l l
Xv Jhat Stub' I arms rtHKxeintUf i'oiMinltlc' for ".. J flail! if I-IIM 1",11 I j.rouilKi.. to. ,!IlThiirij. tindutii -
'ICose 'n b, altar.peen.aupe111.ed ,1>, NEpt1D Slate .SenatorjMftfiill Si loch I'tltlllty, funl NollrU, the .III'I|Kiit i>1 iliileiniMrntif <.- 'h nf lhrAffil M llli the same il IlifcH-iH-e t In High GradeWhiskey ,
J soa of the t Fal odet'a', 'It' ( MiterH ol the Count tile future R* I lliMt'lii Itii1 ,past
And'yo'" it hu come i m tout mvHplf audldat "
) a o;* J1* a ( J A LANCASTKIl.: .
t valueOw /f/ Fwt.l1l&e ,"I'f'IIJt-controlled lot MM* Ki'iiator tn the, l Itllb< Plritrtrl ol JuNATIIAy7101 KI.ANDFor
'theirPbrant ...Ius depcr' newa Florid* comiMMieit, of triinge" mid (.)nrtH>lii ,nun' -
+et thelrltlbai )veral' Iqp;;'j m-56ntInualIy mIsrepreeent- Ue subject. .to lliu UuluiMrkvUc prliury vicetlop. For Tax A..ei. or. f" Member of the School Hoard. I

the law "'la t-lf''.lr"' 'u "Democratic Dewe' !!- LOUIS! C. MA88KV.-!: To THE DEMIM RATH/ VOTFKS r 'l.Ho'iotA. COPNry. I hereby annntiKCi ""...'1 ,,, a I'tiudldate. foi1Menitierof '
h i state ';bay* gotten 80 that they will - Bonn of piiblh likNtrJiotltxi', 'Iroml TIC Lei E
law For Stat Senator. ,l !.trlt :No H and .nllc'|It the ''ii.irl| rf Hi., ,
b., truth In their new I hereby aniioum-r Tnye1l a ramlMHtp forrc4'lertloti ,
t0Tea ,
? : : ; ; d.1 -iti'M rnfr'rte' / Tf In 'the ?m Jr.' ;1'.ri'ivngriMnt
) .. bvt'mUrepre' (frequent To th. Democriatfc. VoU-m ul the, Huh' 1 H"MUU" to tin* odlit.,f ,Pit* AitiinKHor xiiUjcrtto > .ilig If .."., 1. d to ct> nil hi niIOMT t*,
rial /Jiatrli't of Florid-I the I'riii.MTMlc \j.rlnmrMay' lit Is lIHt'i ,
dtla herehy Mnnnuticc
"11,1 the school In the wholeCtuiiil
fly\inallclou: ly) ,any/ true Democrat myself candidate for Brats henntjor from thin red 1 prom lie ihi*>atnie faith nl and Impartial.srvlre | up.{ liiterculH'
( who.wiU, >ot.bow ckhrmto-the TruiU ttlatricl, nubjvct loXbo I)"m,,,'Tati l'rllllarh'"l t o i III tliu future a* I hlttlo,1 M u\\v\ in > J. II Tl'. lil.IS. Near Passenger Depot. Kis"'mr: e
'wsringrrellcs be held on the Huh of Mnv 1WM f < I "v..1. Very reaper tfully. Hotel and the Graves Housu
;,JM the: .A0. I only ask that ,true Dezn- will .udeovorlofalthfully curve )riu. 1 RhAllapprwlaU ]1. I*. lllMIIIEV.9p . .
aid that the voters" uf iliia I'IKIrlul -- --
,grade:] ocr t6SKr: ; thU' ""a"la Dyed for any

y'-needed CI, know that U er.'..will not I>e a po: will, give me. B. DKVCHAM.For .rvt.or of Reil'traitiOBI A. H. BHARDEN Fpietor.: :

+ hoaph ;iitlcaLqaeetlnr'beld.whleh not bemierepresented' T -- --- -- - - --.- I herby announce. uiyacll a oardldnto for the ,
olllce of suI..r, of KrfflMlration for Oroo1
rHi < by'' those' fomipted"aewaipaperaf StateM Attorney County an Of ot which are edtrfrolled by I hereby Miniiiiiur uuHi-lf .a a ontulidate for the It'inrirratlc, voters of the county NO FARM I8OOMPLETE I i
.' iI" '''. Atturtit-y. J W TIIUM ON maouT
: ' Ih. 7H JurlirUl/ irt-iiit,
tit the Traits ar. [n-., their Inter* *. i .aubject.the cttou of DviufJpmlii'' .
primnry.CM1L.J. stock of 11'r'11'hiakies,
know' \that I will be" A GROVE I now have: the largest
maliciously mis- IUTf. S.l>.rvf.or of ReclfttrmtloM.
._ and Beers ever handled! in rCis'-uauicc. All
Dted I -
,'repree / believe, however, that - -- lierehy al1l.o..n. myself a ran-1l-1i for 7
:rthe' ''Democratic'' voters know thoM For Slat Attora.y. HuiMirviaor' of Keviatration, proniiflliigl/vlvrtuil' grades ut prices to cull thr', times. .

l 'newspapers, and know ,' me too.' veil, ] recpflrtftilly of But aiinounre*. Allomuy my of oundlducy the: Kerf-nth for and to dlsehsrgethe:oouiroTtfiitioualy:: turtles of the once fa thfullr) I R RI -

( $ rJDlt"U1e' malicious mlsrepreeeniatloos. .Judd Circuit of )Florida ul.Jwl to the ili'm- LEWJ8 WH1DUHN. I

,, .'''. to-mislead, them 'or hurt' me ourulclmmin.tlonon 1 offer and pleil a a clvau Nay 111th and fvarunw lab aduiln For. /p.Pl. of Paellc
Utratlofi the duties of the ntx>vfj hotrarablttofflrtt
'l LEAVE and rmipei't itlly M>IJ<*lt the flupimrt-of the To I the Voter of Oaoeola County: ;SSTCTRAn: : : : A, SPECIALITYi
NOTHING .. UNDONE. electori of the B venth: Judicial Circuit of hereby announce my catidldacy for the of- .
:oil'q" ." 'c Fiends ii>n* O" \" .... ace 1 thank ol 8uprlutendeol Public JnHtnicllon.
., somueh / you very neneroua rote la
,.*..... I have been id the1t put.1..llon..n lour. be deeply grateful for
For .
liate' been :..cUT. In support you may accord too at the . ..
,eo -
11 approaching, prim"" Vouri ,
hereby aououncOv myielf a candidate for sincerely, - ..
C the Primary' System and Repruratanve01OUeolsVounty, aDd reipect- w. B. tilNTC. '. '
'spoken out so plainly on the 'uIIJ ...Uelt the '''PPOrof the Domocratlc ro-

Ideal Questions; 'of the ,day, they .tero. J. W...WAT8ON.For For Saperlate>dettt pimllc. Inetractloa

least nothing undone which they I hereby announce.. myself a> a candidate for
the .
::101 defeat 1m.." And'they are the L.aIeIslar.. I ton offreofhuperluteudeutof of Otoeola Public In'triu-
County subject u> the Demos mrm R. T. BUTLER
JlplouaJy: about 1 rcflptctfully auuiiuuce rnrtulf a candldHU* crane II elected primaries 1 will They Are [ Mpr/TA1La/i ; EG
the and
1 J-cgUlHturr from Oiwmila Cotmiy, niihjwt Impartially I I'GRIFFINGIS
cr ;'aeatahiloontlaot'whlc6. , i made IAt to the Ucmnrrattc primary to be held ou "perform the dune of Die office. -
t Interest of the City of JackoontTrUeeand -. May 10th; and reftpectfiilly .oUclltb., support of W. J. SitAR!!. A
which: ,, while It has not the Democratic voton. ri .STANFORD.. CATALOG ALES. WINES. BRANDIES n

;;j>*Hme.a: :;; :'cent/ and was never expecked For County Tnasrrer I

?fi| rl. to ' ,one cent .and wai for Clerk Circuit Cort. re-election I hereby announce* County treasurer myself a aubject candidate/ to the for TELLS ABOUT THEM. I L WHISKIES ..'.nV(:...,asuu'u. L

,.a.nct by me',' In .the Interest 'of the I am acandldate for the office! fif clerk of the demncratleprtmarlee, I alao tendurmylhauk.' Twenty leading varieties of PnrAna
1 aGtr off Jackaonrllle; and upon the .. Court orQ.C..I.l..uUnl'an'I..11r abide the re- bT furthe Ine past support which hap been frlven me i
.n't of Iho dvmncmtlc primary. I aarnefltly people lorthla poaltlon and aollclt the Also complete line of Fruit aud E EAnheuserBusch
.ft' of City offlclals and cltltens ..,Iwlt lIe, support of the deuocntlo electors same aKain. If attain elected, will serve you aa CIGARS AND TOBACCOS

h City. bas?been, worth\ to the. of the county K. L la the put hOD..tI1.nd Very rourte rtMpectfully lI.I!,., uunentaj trneo and abrttbbwr. i I

J'of 'Jacksonville, a Very great LESLEY. J R UlLHa-lt*, 8r Catalogue Free.Addreee OI'-l

kit |of' moo.'", directly vt least twosd' For Clerk Circuit Court.I For Co.mty CowaHi.Milo, Dl.t- M... 2. I

kichluW < thousand dollars, and the hereby Miinuliuuti. uy eU a .candidate for I hereby announce myself ..* a cndtdat ''I 4> THM 8'N8 .,.OS. a Beer a
\\ of ,which ;'Indirectly has been Ihe ufflc of Clerk; at lie Cm-nit Court; of Oaoeola Couuty Commlaaloner from I>l.trict No t, and for tJAOKSONV/[, ft-A. t
CoiiDi-r; Miliject to the action :
Jl the Dom solicit the support of
abler to: the City'vastly ImIng ucrwtlo rirliuarr Ui be held May Hull and reepeotfully the coming Democratic frleiiilN In < ON DRAUGHT AND BOTTLED
primary. Promt.ntf if elected i..O.. .... ..
,the sanitary conditions _nC"llty. i J J s..llelt the .ul; port or the iieuplo.1. do all In my !rower to serve the bent lut- rest. I L L
T' B. V. HOUAN. of the
1s'n sbe .aDd greatly In .wMflngthej'pf noinlc funnily admiuiBtratloii.arid give It a I ireful and eco,

'j, u the.Qroe. "e Tand which fsltaelt For Sheriff.To WKflLHY W IVEY o Can onl I" be found in Kissimmee on Broadway 0 '

one, ft,, th t & uad. upon which the DemocraticVoton of Oiceola COUUl,.: --. -- Street, at the BRICK BAR BUILDING.

- . ;.... ... '"'" "MT''.' the", City are sofstlalI Iheomo.I hereby! :ol announce t'liurlirof myself t>.' "ola.Bounty M <-.n.Ud.Ie endear for 2. its C"r" .. r '<1.sA o 0

weeded UMllT solicit tbe support of ell Dem",'rau.J I hereby aiiDnanre my oatidltlary, for renom-
.i.,"N k ', ., .'. ItttRhe''mbtepresentatlonaot: :;' Individuals l I. .'WALKER. (No nation 2, and aa County...1I..lIlh"''omtnUiloDar support the from deinocratlo Utitrlnt HFLT.BUTLER !

"""'',vii/;' ;''w1iUdo the ',Truats and their For Sheriff. Voters ot the Couol"C. sAFTflEPjRD1
')i':''. 8. AGREE.
Jilrellaes-.W good it the Primary Sys-
,> I hereby annoiiitro myself it curMale for
> ,temrls,''sustained InT,. lta, purity. And 9lierliri{ uel'e"Ir Count;: >. aul>jp."l t'>the ....100 For County GoHimlmton9r Dlst. No.' 3.
,":>I'i. of the Dvlnooratio primary 1 re.1wclfully no-
ttiPrimary+ System moat be sustained Hell tbe support of the tiemooratli- ara of I hereby announce myself a candidate for !

i.. .. i la 'JU'' purtty:; :It ,must not be the Countr._ E L D nVKKSTREKT. I Jeer County to the CommlMioner action ofihve from Deuiox-ratfu District. primary.No. 8, .,11 If>- BBAUGHT -.----=-.

P' :,,, "Mtroyed; b7.. hew:platform - elected! I will I \ >lest endeavors for the i'i
-- -- ;Jrwt':
>" :
I.I I. > .? It :must -notbe;'destroyed Jby f.r County Judge. advancement County.; WN ooBLirr. THE ORIGINAL j J imMAYNARD *
tlag'.lt'wRJ! .;the'r,. use' of money. I bereby .1'1'1>11'''' tnytelf aa a candidate for ---' --- -- ---
:;\ reelection to the. ottlue of rouuty J udxe of *>.- i
"* ....*li. County; Mitbjt'i't u. the actuiu of (ttu uenixratle For" Conmty' C-__lo r Dl.t. No.' 3. '
-we DECIDE., < Primary Ui b.. held ou the Unh day of LIVER MEDICINE Co.
\, ..j p1! "* i.-v May, 1W>4. toLD" Uianktu the voters of I hereby announce.T-.If. candidate for tbe ; _
'! ; tb.oouutyfortheir vastsupportIpromt> *.. the sine of County tor Dlatrlct Ii...
__e,-.-.ktat: Commltt.e,,aftir'iotbtgw I If elected 1 wlil Klr lay b-.ialeut and even a. of <>av..ola' County, mind aollHt the support of
wkasi111n:1 ..
r to the dlnobarge the duties use oflki'eYV. democratic oter. ..aww.A .
> .. the pruDosfUon'tot the! Commitv U. JIINtI'fON. H. 8. PABTIN. i SSaw andPlaning* Mills

'to ;halt'' a, State |Convention;" very --- -- ,------ __H _J -. ,__ sallow oomplesion. dirrineee.
,1 biliousness and coated
decreed that :the jauestlon\. ofOdlpg For Tea Cllect a IUDflU8 I
lsely" ; Par Coxa .* Dlatrlct No. 4. are common indications of liver
.s'; State'.Convention': JaUr Inyear I hereby announre my name a< a candidate anJ kidney dueams. Stomach and Now In operation. Complete House little Furnished '
forth. poaltioii of laa Collector: ol OaceolaConuty. I hereby-ajiDOune* myself a candidate for
?, "b)1JI4"be ..submittedtothe. : .subject to the action of tUc domoiTatlu County Cotnmfaalouer, Dratricl: No.4, oT nceo4A". bowel troubles severe as they are Yellow and Pitch Pine Timber and Lumber of all Kinds
-I ,,elector" ,tbemeelvee''at primal".... and retpectlully ....1<.11 the aupport' COG,,'", the action uf thu democraticprimary. .{five immediate warning by pain,
of all those having a vote Ihrrnia. li circledpromtae I ORDERS FILLED
but liver ad PRO LPTLY.MAYNARD
prlinaryM.y lOtK, 1504.Toil to llachaxye the dudes ol tliv ofttoa aauulrvd J. r. WILLIAMS. kidnpy troubles, r .
MIL' hen b't called:.upon to>otevJiorr re by lass.t though less painful at the start are
\ Z. W. SASIS.Y much harder to cure. Thedford'i LUMBER CO .
Cogrlatton"Ort"JtgafnpE: &;coaren4ue ."... + - .- -- - --- Por Coa .faaloiaer Diet. No.' 4. Black-Drauffht never fails to benefit

Vo11..! 't.T21...: U *., .before the.'toMats For .Tax Ce4lectvr. At the Mriloltailon my many frlenda I bare diseased li.?r and weakened kid i+ t :aw t s.nttt .
aN Oi 7'willing > bestirred :' I hereby aunouucuuyaeltacandldateforth e decided te become ax candidate for (bounty II1e/. It stir up tbt torpid,liver I .
fa' ''tbe 'bot' summer time: to office ,.f las Colluutur lu aud for VMivvla uuuu- CommlmOUtlr rumJMaurkit, No. 4. if elected !' to throw off the germ. ;>( fever and ...... .
sy.ubdet.. tw the actloa of the democratic prlmarlea. will do all In my power to further the bent Inlereata - -
It is
cI 1- 'to t0onn 7:C oRVeet100a If nominated and slatted 1 promlne toSlTeror of the Coanty: ague a certain peovtmti.echolera
.l s tcVa: StetefCoindb Tiioiial time nod attention' to the of- W H. SAVAGE. of and Briffht's. dise.*ex>f
I) eI'Mt'4c14t1 ateli.l) : .; aolU'lv your voles tuvreiiM. the kidneys. With kidneys re 'tttttttttttttt' ' t '
gypp to.IUk.JI\ W.+pTU.t.c1nsato take -),y'y Renpectlullj, inbreed by Thedford's lilack. tttttnttrttcmttttttttnrttntttttttrtttnttnli'' ' ,t .
e.'presNlf platform. : i il. N. BaiTToM< ..r Cot)' Coaiia\lw>loa er, District No S. NORTH KISBIMMEa.
r he ; .. a. Draught thousands of person have w PMONB N. 8' =3 ,
Iltob'' I........'.t _tp, w q82eteia a J .' -- 1 hereby announce my candidacy for the poaltlon dwelt immune in the midst art yel

i, Y u.plr .: ,tlU14s.,.rather. I For Tat Collector.'I . of. Dlatrlct County' Comralotouer No. t. Oeneola "county from Commistoner' ..,bJoet.- low fever. Many families live in C. W. GRIFFIN a
Ores I |
pl.'rq' i IdoMD" w.b .... cfsere heteby aunouuott. myself a o.D41clor\ to tbe antion'ef the democratic, primaries I' perfect health and have no other 'l
than: keel' 'nsntosgoyyeQt'eemeny Tax Collector of Uweola County,.subject tbactiuu s reapecthilly aolleil tM.uplwrt .of-ra,. frleuda doctor than Thedford's Black-
.. tDsr wftltg' .e.Jlf, \ of the tivui- 'c urlmiiry VU MAKIH80N.Coeuml for the poaltloD' alai promise, if elected, tocarefully I. Draught. It is always on hand fuse .
auard interest of
ad tIs_ : ..d.ow . -- tbat cones under every U>e Soperrliloa of the the county Board. in an emergency and sav1 .
w31ah ...".. 1'14; tld+ Yaatage'tk f. FoTC o..h .alonar Diet .... L," Verytespeolfuay.. maar.upemiYI: calls of a doctor? I fancy'

'"'. -. : ......111..1.-'OD'' Ottdlf.t' ); ,eoit'.. . "t t hereby anuomioimy_ ..) forCounU W .A. 8. C..nuL I Aull""'.. S. C. March 1d), I9 OL family 6roceries.j; tt

Atlpat ft. ,t'j: ,r.k r'.k) CoakoUkbnvr! W.tric )(u. I, and .nlloll ill eeoppo" I hays MMd.1'hsdLed'/ BladuDraHght
of/ :
f rieada.ejw
n ... #i ,. tor Eeke.t tor three aad I haw Me
r' .. > ,>* R T BUTLKS.tig' : For Cwnaalseiloaer Det. Me.*. I yon had le
.... --.......,,.... : IGH"t. to a doctor ,bc. I haw been ;
11 t i l > "" At tbe aoileltatlon of many /friends' bwcbranoonDneiDrxlf == :
TMS rUrVT r.-/ i" '", 1 : ,' fj V.r Tn r. a cAadldale for ine School It ujcha.fcut nMdlclnsfor nvt . FRES: :hI.IE.AJZr: : s : \ :

t wtt 'fM..P"""', /At the nuilcltaiion l, of ny frUad< I hereby_anDOiinro JBoard Democratic from' blatrict No. S, lu Meet to the actingfif os the snarkct for liver and JlOJ :::: . ....
NMIt M tbq J mref. t oanHldate for Ta* of iieoul with the notnlnatl Primary -If honord by the ",Wublet .nd.'dytpepiis: and .th :::: ., ; :f I ', .
f '
DIRE! .a# I. Oloeola moeratl Cuxiaty\.primary ubJo to.K be U b14> tile' H.lIO a<;llna, 1 lBOiv e f. the K nglwluhlthfnllydWbax.lhaArstMpf the Bert*' lot reats 01 rust. Count pledge* sohnouV r y'eli' so/4 to-1| ,-_.-.p: . Yab.. .&, A O.:'.Lf =- Delvery.ev} : .!ryday;, :ar D/IkOU," ) ;- pa 1"e'Jt9li! t 'd' /i=::1z.llUnUUH j 'Iv '

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.. t III tt'+4 +....oae Support l'lIM,1 e're' "rT/rlv. ti.-** iwuule(' ".. l Icffloi I: ;J\rw.f.1.e..J\ : : t4rv/1? cal ; ( + li ilu I tt t } i I 'f 4.J, .,'Pty' / 1! t t'd
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.. ,., -, .. ;-- , -- . ., + a ".- '" ,
rfte KissimmeG Valley Gazette'TaTLVPHOMK Aprjl 1 jet._ .lr'Tbdl'i'gaq: :: >rlce Panta 'at Dana theShoe Man, Wade the tuners Orland6.: ' "

'r lA few: lef. t 'O 14, ' Baby Carriage at,W..t.eI>II'.. .. Y
trunks > ( ; J r v. :..
NO. .
11.EYBRY 70.. .1'
,- 11'1)1" !: .ter Egg Dyes at the Osoeola Wlcklesi OH Stove M Watson'a.Mr. ,
I ;J.i .
: ;-OJ W. Ward eta oia.l\togdaJ', 11\\
loa )
:J'VBLIlltUCD! : : FRIDAY; Jr, ? .: . : ,
:; ,
1 for a ten day to
RJJNT.-'Lar room in ,'
BT Veal a ipeotalty for : offlc .

POUNOeVHAHrllft.OHUROH I waring it OveralreeU.. block.. Apply to M., Kat..t/ will:The belD&uQ'Uratedll<tTu..da.y new. municipal administration night. WATSON'SHARDWARE." , ,. '., ".",'

Mrs. John lot of Picture uld1n&'Ju. ..r- 8a.lll I '.(,
Bugles aad Q rlffln came In from his groveat "", "
S. . .
_DIRHOTOHY., ( up to Orlando yesterday.. d at Thompson's., Wand and the here 0\ .
J ;.spent I day on :WhCi1r 7Nee '
IfftwODId' each /lab- *1.38 buys an all leather lot; Of .i Dorothy Dodd.Ox- 'Wednedyt 'I,. t;' '.. '/\,'
itbYil a.m.'and -7 o.alock. Prier meeting ford '. at' Dana's;the Shoe Man Orange Grove for Sale:, : t.1
Dann the $5,000.00.
krerr Thursday at 7 p. m. Sabbath !Shoe Man, ;
evening ', : Beef Ci'op'la." 12,600.00. : "S J > FURNITURE < j.' } :i
hool 9:4: IJ1& a Mr. Western Wednesdays . year ;, :
aad Mrs. E. R. ,
. "
1 nztr, Pastor",, Saturday ato 0. Griffin's. ; .. J. M. WILLSONJI'.. : '
I Orlando Wf "
BArTiar CX".CII-o. J..Frier to do
/ Pa.tor.reaohlnf !
: soma ; #i "
.,. Capt.Sbnrp: -who la in CRQCKERY .'
e ry Sunday 11 a.' n. and T p. m. "
RENT Piano.
4 I ANTJIDJ1' -a good't wore ; :
Pati-ontze ",
'Gun People' mMUnc.a.M i>. nu Sunday homo industry \ of the govnromentflrodge now
boo 0.46-a. n. JTajer mediae e.,*rj Tbura- home raised celery from 't'P.'A.. VANB3ONEW.-! ing-near Tarpon Springs,' was in town : J.' : "
ay 7' p, m. .Vlaltoraalwara w.looma. '. . - RNeSS'l.? -'l.' SADDLES :
IC.T.'JoHK'i\! XMaooral.: CHVM*.-Derld D. I QVerstreet. -< J. S. Carr; of Narcoossee, at- this week visiting !bla family.* \

(Idd. Kuctor. '*rrtce. 'an the aeuond Sun.a When In need of.nj...k : ed the Farmers' Institute, here on HORSES ron SAUI.-Ponies; Saddleabd I BUILDING :
MATe {
Dd,holy of f tbe rmnmaul.a$110:80G'etnck month Monliif: prarcr. ,Evening* rmou I Ingor draylagciill on Time y. Driving'Horses''rea- .OR .iA.L:8:; : ;

f'er aDoi...nnOD at 7.8(1( o'clock, J. C; Griffin.ArthurShiver. style "Dorothy JDodd1' Oxr: sonuble prices lit the Sunpy SouthStables. 1 n;
TIMS BASSM'gr... '
PuIeywANCensCN.-blttue: : -wonblponery who b& '. soldonly by Dann the Shoe

k>IllhoIIorlllu Brat Sunday[( .and.r..1.third.. at 11 Bandar.m. .a In,, K ch'onLr ding/ here for 'some time, ill& Phone_ 14. sented Marie the Pale three! and act her farce, Company,, comedy pre entitled .

aerrloe at 7iOO n. m.". Sunday Bobiiol at to his place down the river. J. B. Cordero, Jacksonville la H '114tS t
u'lII1JIorse From MARKED
Jersey. too -GOODSj
1 a, m. O. K. . at 4U p. m. 1'raycr O CT!
."till'Thllnd....".nllla .t 7:00: p. m._ Kv Mrs. Olivia of Chicago & a. few days in-town the guest small.audience at."- the Opera House .
body. U DioatoordiaJly Invited M attend Lb.*. a few day alTo and U sister, Mrs. W. R. Johnston. i on Tuesday .night. The performancewas l-

,Ie... rents, Mr. and Mrs Ives. E. Dearden has purchased the fairly well rendered fend deserveda , :" .
tux Sopt. of 8, ft more liberal SATISFACTION'
Lancaster Is well equipped ore orange grove down In- the patronage. ; ..GOAR.ANTEED"S'
._ which U considered Doe State Chemist R. K. Rose hereon
-" -- --' -- photographs, views a very was
Official Weather Roport.KT .' Ing. Call and examine > of property.. Monday and made a ,talk before -' - '
the Farmers' Institute. on Fertilizers. ; f'
AVgIA.a TzaraATeat-Wxsa EanneTlttTM7t1T Wonderful! how those $ H. Bays and S. F. Snodfrraas' Capt. nose la, as he always baa been,'

.nina. Mar HI I ,> 'CroBMtb" Oxford do sell. Va., have been here for very enthusiastic over the development oo oooo oo
want .'em. Uann the past week prospecting- for a 1 oca- of the agricultural resources of .
., loin. I Mln. I assnfn.: Fhonu 14. for a jew(>Jel'.' shop. They left 'his section of the State and was very - ----. -- - --. dt
>rday for home. much gratified/ at the visible signs of
- The Nucmt III left for : M1t r
her of the quickest trip. on. record oa every hand. The Captain By the : I. ;
... .. MIl 02 on regular trip ye''
y.,,. .. 84 Mdi with "a number of passengers and return was made by way, is making: a rattling good State
".,.,. "M RI: .2<1 a lot of miscellaneous III last week. She left the Chemist, too, and as an evidence that .
.. 111 t2Nday. : hero at eight a. m. Thursday and\ his efforts In behalf of the farmers of
...., '1H M1u.aday W. S. Harwell of OrU>do .
he State la being -
.:. 7n arrived at the dock at 10 a. appreciated he is State BankfKissimmee
.. : *2 fsi: Tuesday for a few! dB3'1I' -" Saturday. going to be' re-elected without opposl-. :,:

cupel'atlun.Vo regret to lon. .
ho has be-on -number of ladles from this p'
J. A. HlMfMON. f. M. the
delights to
.. rb"umatINm. went up to Orlando yesterday enjoyed '-: :
-- -- visiamong In Kiss trainee is the four days trip "
-- shoppingand to
ur"rates for Insertion of advertise- Mr. J A. Crew, *, trn0lnf ,: .. Among them we noticed Mes- down the lake on the -
the TliuoH-lTnlon In Lulls owned and controlled Offers, to ,Custol u "Every' 'itnclJty'Cohs )
) by
all among the, reading matter on Katz l"r..r.. D. C,, Lee, N. C. y '
nU'ifnt' of thlit I : N. B. Carson and Blisses Car- Capt. Clay Johnson. We are free to
; page is tep cents per IJoo each tn4on. was Hit llrst v l'U\here\ and Brl&11. say no one should visit' this place stcnt with Sound Management.

rniiCh pleased wi.lh the town. without taking that week . T
l box factory .U. In operation she pleasure fell upon hleedamea Guice '
Joe Williams the negro and) manager Ituc-kles' Informs anti nrrUtoold their friend, Mrs. J. Personal Attention to All ,Business Intrusted to' Us., ;*
5OCOOOCOCOCOC au assault on hU trite! with \ ) he has orders for ) ,' ', '
near A. Ilnrned of New York city to be .- : :
w'*!< was tied IM'furc' .J
'''. We are always pleased to ere the guest of our more'than courteous "
Local News.09Oooooooocoaooooeoc.' ,ton'H, coU'I Mundufunnel_ ) Industries In operation as their Ca1>Johnson,. who of "a'1'1 men we N. B. 'CARSON, OA8HBrV, '
pnU'ijpt'd' to six 111()nibs hard
'ii th.uln'' \'.':rnmfVo -. \'Ily means entployuieut to -woik-, have met I Is the one titled lath l by ex.a.nd "h'" - ., ...........,.. ' ." 1'II"i -
who turu Ilivir wages Into every ,erlcm-e affability to pilot tour- -.. - "j..ll! -.: ( ". -,-'.-.-,,. 'MJ
> \ are" iPcvlfliiK! it rer.i I I of trade. sis, down through the labArynth of' .

iriini'iii, of Wines end ]1.1'1 l turns and curves of that picturesque .
("en pages this week : :>|irinu and Siiiinin' li' (" (' ''', are you -renrly for next waterway known as the KifisitnmeeIKer ... .-.+. ;t7
Llijuoyont at Oupooln l'hn.1 1:1".' rreht.'e I handle the ) ( <>nu; In revlowliijj::, use "An- i\s the Captain had \\ust reuvereil .

3ONt. i I. Km made here i>n ,It'UII!!"' .U> Klorida TenHier's }Kxainina- from, a severe illness, 'J", was
Bf"or/ .\ K:.' 111. ]IH'.M-ltXU.'! I test help ,,"hll..h- somewhat] of a jiasnengcr himself thusthrowing
Correct Tailoring call <'m Stan1 I I ,'CI' (I() |pages l'iMOact&I.lo 1 () : 1 pre- the of
( management the gallant :
Nil'. John McCJan-tif Order at mice from compiler. little ? '
steamer on to the shoulders
1 "I'll nlin sii-nl| tin winter I !. looser.: Siipl (C'la\lon) Coiinto'\ , iTarTGreetillgJ
D. Vans Agnew:: \kltoil < >rliindoInesday irni I' 11kiiim" ii:'irli\, last, ,.tin, fiil H.21'nLIJlT i Bub 1(1 lug, a with his Hon. C'apt. Clay Jr. who will -'
u few bed ;
more years experience ,
u (.'iinifortitble hunt. bout' on Ga.
\ rival of his father. Contrib
here upon| which'' li.e HIK! "
R SAL.E.V-A twenty-foot sail boat uted.( ,"
.|f.K-iul 'hillel'aLle time cnli ; W. J. Willing U now In the .
ply to this office. I purchasing. n large!: stock of
his .
Ing '
llutton, beef, puck and veal 'oinor.; mny'Onocola .(T and Summer Ury (;uuds, Hats, New shapes- __ _In Mt_'_n's- ._Hats u__atKatz's. 'If'' :r .
JohiiHon and
ii ', and Nations which hu will have
at. Warlogft' Overstrr't't.alight Utltlll It plO: 'iHIMJ14.Mll", I>.. I I l l> '| I !IrntneOlnlel}'. In the mean Underwear l1el.rIl.I1't.tlne,: of Ladles' Muslin yPb"'II '

fall 1" Uiiiperatuie S'md.ij} who funk pail I ill, tint triune <" t they are olTerinc: the G. & li. at Kate's.lioyyour , -' ,. f '
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t made lire ne"'drfUI'\ coin-" !Mi>mlaafloriioon' TIII'v "" at iri-eally I red mired fvlei-a! to Shoes from Stanford, the. I take this method of wishing each'and all my customers

.res.deut of thin |p1 li'{' and room for their new' stork when old leliulMu hhoe man. Happy New Year and to'express to.them my thanks and'appre- .. e

friends! h<'I't. warn |pleated to ,... Some rare. bargains are u
---- ciation of their past favors Without their patronage 'J J CQUid
knew and other
roof itupraremrntsV
Oil our streets attain.MrB. I ... Pall and SI'th..l1I. Stanford has. an. up-to-date line ofHals
B recontly boen I maiU to the I/iiko 'MCD'S Neckwear have done no business therefore it shall be my pleasure" endeavor > '

|use. Si.....l'__ HIM! Mmi! I'Ha: 'in r entered I Into a new line of __\_,- .__n__ __, &c.__ to continue to merit the same: by handling; such goods ae 'et
.b' (.u wlio have> Itl! '<'n \ I \\etiike tills,( of \
for' hsik III" ll"' "JJI""Llln\ty Ladies. before buying your Fall need at the of The : ,
econd Band Wagon( df J. ro, you may lowest margins profit possible. q.
) 1V.'I'hatupsun| i the imblic for tin'if
\I' generous Press ,
| Goods Ac. call
lp, at C. B \Wilsons. ., North weeks left for their !home ,.-.. ;':e in the part HIM! to solicit u II. C. !Stanford: Trimmings and save ,money on stock is second to none in this territory and I take this occasion i' f;

gslniniee..Too Tin j wart. in. oniiant| d i] us u .' "I f Hniuo in the rutul'e.0 ---- - --- to solicit those who may not hays favored me 'with. their patron?:? t. i;

Stratttnr'T'1Iu( Sass' IIn.1Yi" i uido' liMi". 'l'hornpsun| ] : ''''' to h and le au up-to-dute line Stove Wood. age in the past to call inspect'sropds'and prices; if you will'do
evatt went. tip to Orlundo!: On luiiiKonday. lII l- .! Li//.ll' 'I'hoiiipson' { .., shoes Ijals und! NotiouH,
.30''t. to hell) them at pi,'lce. that will Wo will furnish Stove Wood, dblivrrod so I foel sure we -can .be _of benefit. to each other. The'-ladles. . ' 1 t' : k'
The friends of Capt and} '
of tl.OO reminded that we .
oil!' CtlSt"III"J'Y.V(' are now to nay part town at per are especially are headquarters: jO.Dry
harie will sown of l
of theek to
am Grilfln.pxnt\ a poitlon ) regret Straml. MA Y\I: Aft!> LUW ER Co.
iulc-43 4 Bratton stock
of { the at _ _. ._.. _
In town lie report eAerjthlng: their basso which ttccui( __ n
reduced tat mrk a room
(let. in bls Bcctlon. lando Aosturilay lIIoJ'lduj.C A, prices To Cure A Cold in One Day
J' new "mock. Come and TVjet a
,1' ,
UIL iiieu; li.H. Aged '
Jr. 11. M. Lanier, a pro' |>erou$ or- year The renjalo were .;whllo'Uiey) last Take Laxative Brorao Quine 1 .Goods '. Notions \ .

[ge grower of tho Bamieajrer section, this morning for Interrment.W. TUB WAIUNU Dnv-Ooorwj. Co. lets. All druggist'refaad the money J.. ; '
in town \the first of folle. week.: -- W its fails to cure. E.: W. Grove e : 14': : '
a ,J. W."l'lDi'r leftist iwxjn P. Dana.hna I tendered, his ritalg i: signature la on each box.'25cLiii peeeolaP11Nrtn.ev. ,I 'I. ''. .. . \ .Dressyt A'oods
3.G. Miller'me* x1 hliuJHrtxr"tiop. day for llallliuor, iM to liS superintendent, of the 'Iee.<<: : ', '. \ ' ''A
.J ; 1f.\ :
i Tuesday Into\ the r iom formerly it stock of" dry '(goods, \ \light plant,to effect to-day. He .. ... : ,' .: ., ., '. .k$'

upled by the Perd w drugstore. for tho).'Varloj( Dry Good. bought buck last week and has l III ,
mn-copil Gn Ice & Mrutuni In (>fi charge of hU wagon and t .
T, McLatighltn Kast Coa.y having left on aocoineil Tuesday. a I of business, and of which mlto .shop which he .Hold to C. I Ready made Skirts and Waists Underwear MilJLnery,. Hosiery {
the -
tuition r with Will Moeloyat t.'ulcr.'i I In\inlgt.r. Ho will l he ":011" ,, .J I ax Ilr; prior to ubbuiiiln, his po I etc., and that this lie of ours is always carefully; .selected; keeping '
the electric LOll Is '
lit plant
.11'fI. in our mind always the latest designs, the most approvedstyles
.T. S. Graham, wife and oluld! ranui ) /" UK, one of tho most skilled -
i from *\'''io..ton and spent" "'i''nula.N, The (Orlando' Star' *iii 'of ',, in Ills: )line in I this port of the I FREE the best workmanship and lastly the best prices Be.*" '

Id, MonUuy with frlendi iiiiiln I.\tliHMiss luau wliowas I iiijuu'd Lure r> "aiimils, old ciiKloiueirtJ11' : be ing thus equipped we feel confident of your trade if YOU, 1tlon, -*-,, ? s' .
rd. bj a fall fioin" a oar which he '! to know that Ms. rvICtlY are ly come and inspect them. .. '1 t
landing'n: ,. Ij)'ht Virginia Parkor .and. !JC"'II1(> I, Springs. Ala., the lineman' Yours for a happy prosperous year _
<1.s Del Dunn, spent Sunday in c )undo Injured near I KlMHimm I and )I our last Issue quite a change j.\, i
with bile family of Mr. und :Mrs' l4i the ( 'luiii'h and Uitiiu I IIo ,. < taken 1 pla-e In two of the firms --f' v
,. 'business' here whereby Gulce ,I II r
R. Irlno.fra this; n>', IK in a LiUiciil 1 ( )
electors. of tlie count > meulMiigipcrvisoi : In. I' -. ilTr-i, lnn wnli, u luiikuii I .. who were In the dry goods C. Stanford: h
' ,1.0.ncilnn; :' to ilo. Th. n' iv ',01,,u' Impc' for! lilt .. ''.... are now in the grocery busl- Liquozone H.
Capacity andV J. Waling, whowas In
his ofttcial! ..ln-" ll,.' bunks. I lye :.j,
been .\ fiwiln>'s ano/: Miih) l \ roce1'y business! la now in the dry I. ''
opnn.Tlie 1'k
I learned s busliHBS. The firnimnerely ex-
lhllt"n.'gr'I win \ : ( a
registration books wll' hl'l !k, jit vuMisplclous niuniK'r In ih |!" stocks of tfOods, the one hax- I IDs Originator of Low I'n. '
Monduyd, \Vcdnrtdnyy: ti inlUturdays I that of smaller value palurf Given Away at I
>on on rii | lOr ho t 'town went' lhtt1 1
of *ut'h week until Slll'u" dtlar I purl him. Tim uctrro' was t I Ifei'c-nce. As an outcome of the Prices In KIssImme ____ 4-; :: iiAgezit

Jfi.April 23rd. swamp' | In the n\itHhi:ts and. "The Waring Dry Goods I .
Will Moseley came over from ('ulr.where I ,ii-hietl. gate his 11:111111\1\ < Will Is. u new institution of the town, "J
KissimmeeD1RIJG !
, be h i engrged jmoklng tgabjs Johniion. 1I" \\iit. lint lens" .(' >er of which are M. J. War I :for >ti
last week, and kK>nt serially wise acu-d HO as to / 11 D. Waring and W. J.
among IHa friends mid! i-elatixcs chum.lie !Is U'luu I : hfUl to !> latter of whom in the .\va"-1 1'' Queen Quality Shoes' for Lnde$. __

suits, of anWarlnu 11I\'C"tllIII: ter. It will, be their intention to M

l 're.Mr.. 'E. 1'. lInn spent Sunday with HroH. list week <;! and 11 full notions llnI' of-and dry make gouda it i bucond shoew. ,I ; CO. I W. L. Dpuglas Shoes for Men. _ 4,'

in 1IRllh1HTWA. lie U now I 15..
a family their! stork. of Oro" i'plci for In this I
tho employ of W \\' .\ ,t J II I. I BI'II. [ doodb, bUHinom of O; oac- A community -
f4 f
aaufacturers of lumlx-r atidsbinirU's. i i The busine will !ls', inn as t Saturday afternoon a frll -rOr'j -- -- -- wf

Oviedo.Mr. Injf Dry Goods ( 'o, iiml they ; !! lii-cnie -
II- --
John Reaves has accepted J\ !pu' to handle an line ) of the poRlofllco about nun-1 Costs '
ion as meat cutter with C AV Grlf-! (JoodH. Shoos and. Notions. { mid' for n.horttimethings! looked : w

I a guarantee that the standard of will bo really I'h'p'h'd, at. ,| \' indeed, nnd .reminded the old- |I I e! c. A. CARSON, Pr...ld..t. N C. BRYAN, Secretary. '<> t f' ,>c, .

pular market will l>e kept up to they propose) to CdiidiKt tho I ;! Ol cuncs that were said'-t T bu I - > ,
mcr hjtjh position.\ la such a way Hi to II writ I I I "' ',..lIl ocrut'reiico here twenty," you TSE

share of the public pot' r',," go. Tile row grew' nut of ill i
M. Bailey has sold his -blackllli 'stiuid between of the ,
them a trlu.ll\nd l be.cuimrcU. 'i Ing one
i shop and business tat I H. P Dunn, -:'" 0 bays unil one of the King Nothing! Waters & Carson Grocery Co. i
I o baa taken charge of the same The Kissimmee bas lull t earl( of whom wro speedily re- |
n" !la a skilled mechanic for whom Lamed the team from Lon { by friends or relatives until 'i, *
liberal patronage. Monday and In the afternoon . !
bgspeak a on or more were mixed up in a - ---- '-- l
r hats with them on the local pushing pulling. stri I'
mass, ,
'r; ne" A. E. Householder! presided at The game was a very pretty kicking whenever the opportu- l -'a'it
held the ;Moibot c; 0
4 1 itftrterly- Meeting at was witnessed by about one afforded. A knife or two were
, church Monday night and. on Tues- spectators. The score was: . and Marshal fiTcPhalDer I, I
started to Basslnger In pursuance 13 Lonjfwood 7. The I ;
I J mee deputy, Robert Bass each rej j FREE
. hW duties aa Presiding.IClder. --., up was as follows: Al () ; slight scratches. The C"omlJat.j i 1

[Mr; W. B. J. Over troot left on MOl! -gar Perdew, c; Earl Lupfer. ; got off with few bruises. On i ____ COUNTY' OS'itT8 FOR

, y for New York. We learn that It llall, lid b; Dave Bryan, 3d' ; & seven of them appeared l be I '

'' quite probable that. he will close up nest O\.t'I'str't, H. s; Ju.... : Mayor. plead guilty to char 1 HAY Celebrated, Fertilizers ORATES .::

, affairs there and. return hero nuou f; lioibcrt Spelr, c. Ii; Edw : lighting and were let off/ with a I .

t. d make this hUrheaVlquarters.r. W. S. Graham umpire. *o and costa each John Bar GRAIN _ -j--T--f

Tho Atlanta Constitutioa's took a lively hand in the row. -- -- ....: : Clrcalarat sad Price .j.jF.ral.lted csl
W. W. Bell came down from the HO doubt that such a row would l' \TV JaC*IT 'S :..:l. ... . 4 f '
coi-rwspondejit\ elves t i oa t. rk1d'f
iedo. where his lumber, shinglenw.ituaterS.tura.y Apvllcatloau .t
Robert. II. Alderman happened but. for his presence 'l. _
and spent a tree of (
; '
I Cream /.I\
:y' or two here with hi. family. We Oscnola county boy who 'wily Vermifuge ,t ( $ ;; .*vHIDES
the mill I. at Emory College this ;year: .
' pleaied to learn that
, log a profitable business! ; H; Alderman, of Bassenirer. FTJBS. W yQp: ., v' #}
tered the class as a junior THE 6IURHTEEI ., .' ., .
utte a number of"young men of this years spent. at Florid State -

hare positiooe. oa\ the EastCoastr Since entering here be has oo't'r EtrodQe:: : 8" si3peos'alty: ;. .'j
growing out of!the vegetable high stand in class room Q ,
Mason. Among1 those to go re- has been actively identllled I 'f t ;:- -' r+ tt

tl/ were Frank Farnsworth, Orphynay work\ of the literary """' UrWVV%$
James, Bratton and BeDl"kn&a. holds the position of athletic .r--,,

.. They'are all clever and en- the. Emory Phoenix staff. and is t =
; young mea and w* hope will resented his society in tbe .. : : :'KINDS ;OFJO3 { vt -.f" f ;

-profitably employment .and-p1...- midterm debater for two Jea. THE CHILDREN'S FAVORITE 'ONIC.saws. .

\.plaoe. while awayv. a prominent member of the .. .* : WORK DQNEV
;?fro.i 'S tE-. SEED' ;rbooNf Parker'i Delta fraternity, Few MJWHe PHCMkUM ..!," asBallard4nowaLintllaent t

I proved 'Georgia trai' *., ,1 Co.perl and Frees Club. After h..' Co. lA-Xj-Tj ,
JuDe '
l k"5"60o half' peck-c&F.. d" A law. degree-in the University> .of V / !, ALA i: YANImOPttlu !'\ ..' T.' &'ova..o.T ft'
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smoke' ,to escnpp.;. 'The both sexes Is trade from the inner bark The Strength of:Oun Steel.l. 5 ,

3 one of these hutsIs-considered a gala of the 'elm tree which Is put "tat: .tt.H I7VGJ There Is'going oa at the present

occasion\ and marked' by' a water to soak and to soften after WORTH> KNOWING : time a. steady adranee. In the strength

1ho .Aboriginesof warming feast. jit which all which It Is taken out,) and tbe dbrdlrlded of tbe .metal used.In' gunt. The '.i&l.

tives. and others wo helped the"rell1-\\ Into turcnda tand-balls. It tlo strength of metal now. commonly

la then woven Into narrow rolls of been used |In 1 rger'guns' la about.150OOIJ. jne
llifei ] Vienna for
Japan A ina huts n !
,- -,.,.., cloth on A frlmltlvo loom. The garments liar'owr pounds pee' square Inch, and In tb.
calling telephone i girl a tunM'llO.
: u
-. i'oupi'u.. ere, quite'rough and hare- a smaller guns It runs as/: high as 75.000I
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{6l faded brown color. The women are I pounds per square. ln ,
ny WALTER L;.. BCASLBY. D k4i soiiiewhat expert-la .'exeetJUng fancy Is used .0111, ail aa additional
rather : :
L I Long; eiisagetnents:: : 'are fes-
:'"< l lleoole'\'I'o-rk. and J Jn. their arrangement margin of safety largely because the e
pensive lit Ituasln. Art engaged m \.u lacXltect't
of patterns and de lcns. the embroidery recoil: of guns when grad Is so great
to his Intended -
to send a r-re'ent
and decoration Is done with Ja- ' now and the reaction1 thereby set up

ItO ABLY one of tbe most til'1 ( / pt.n's colored thread) upon tbe every Uy. in the carriage I* *o semi that gothIng -

Interesting ethnological exhibits ':, trn.rrn groundwork of. their vown blm-bnik would be gained by lightening '

[Z] at tbe forthcoming' fabric. In winter, the women ew Cats In .Inpnti almost universally the gun/ Llritenlng the gun would
have snort t and i If cat does come
mils u i
Ht. LouJ* Exposition: will bear, leer old wolt'Ikrs over the caudal'appeudngeit'iii | only mean putting> additional weight. ,
Into worll Tvlth-u lengthy, ,
be a native and
village elm flfore for greater warmth. The Visnnlly .off. and perhapa -a weight, greator than ,
several iMmlly groups of the Hairy Ainu bear bunters undoubtedly: out I that .sated In the run-carrlaBO and

Alnus of Yecxo! of J II It II ft. Prof. Frederick rlflns the I bent cUlllzed sportsmen In' '}.fanr 'of "tbe opla-
foutnJatlon. -are
Starr, of tbe University of Chicago -. Tae lir/i; ,..t lUll! of shoes ever waiiiifnctntnrt -
!: bravery and The litter consider
ponrnRe.: la tbe strength J
Miss Alice; Of Ion that the advance
''f! ; Bailey, i lenves shortly for the Orient to one limidred Tnrel l off wltb a for tutiiiil I wear In America j I be pushed fur: '
'. stflanla, Oa,escaped the surrvBra'jr secure typical reprcHpntatlvcs\ of this modern 1PI11cty'strr. n safe tllstmir-o were finds lij. n firma elf ulioeiunkers at j jItoUlntid I of gun but steel It would be bard to do this y,
mysterious anti little-known ra'C' who :Vim*. 'I'hc size M labelletl i ther
knife ELTOkham's for for ouch linn I. The
by Lydia shot an
: using a 8" lowering to some extent:: : tae
Vegetable will] be seen In 111111 I country for! (lie Ainu method on, the t-ontinry. In nsna "1;." 1111.1 t'li-y: ol'e. neatly sixteen j without asked for In the metal af .

Compound. ,. flint time. They are one of the few 'J)1lqllP It Is thrilling and dnngerTo I ladies lonu I elongation
p : ,r TJPaaJi MBS, Fat alt :-rl wish to peoples: who still. i remain a puzzle: to : STICKS.' To rant them mat long poled nri I rupture. This now runs In the neighborhood .t r

"as I rest my graUtnde for the restored the anthropologists! They have no the Rim: are iinltetl. Cakes-of mlllci' pmhl'd liiKldc If allow himself lu The Town (Couiu ot ITII<1..r"hl'lm.. I of eighteen to twenty-five percent
lOt and ; one I ,
happiness Lydia E. PlnlcJfa be loweredfor
Vegetable Compound bas written language, no record of nay are passed iirourd, and n big tub of fair \lpw hI' fulls MPI'C'rl'l"ono,1t',1, nil IIC1\'C'; !', linn decided! to preserve: I the I I and It could wisely I
kind to throw light their sake or rll'.e..u'lol Is placed the undent tti'.nice of its streets Iry the sake of gaining a harder ','
-i >Isroog-ht Into ray life. upon piMt n cen by the pnl oned nrro\v Often thovnre nppi : |i '" 1
I)'l:I ."1""h&4 Buffered for three years wit They arc clnwted!! it's the alJOrlgll1C'\ of. tre of I the rooms: smoked, out: \\"hpo n hour Is first oiili'ilnt Hint nil new ,piU':lie bnildlnB |I stranger metal, because the operation f"
,'I, 'terrible al th. time I Japan and found One of the odd used of the gun Is within Its elastic r
patna of menstrusv were ilving upon olijeotn by Almsmen hot, lie I ;; : taste anti did not know what the trouble Islnnd when the limit When It moves outside of this land <
<< Japanese arrived are long wooden sticks exl'>(IlIlv Ills At close t qumteis.AIXU <:0111:11 n tIc\ 1 I
>(1 1 gja until the doctor pronounced it In- rtlle cneniv becomes permanently enlarged ;1I.i" I Ia
1 XUanmatlon of the ovaries. and ---- 'r1P1IL"u1o:: of Japan line recently |I compar.Uul slight enlargement I:.,l

t fsrcposed,"J felt aa so operation.weak and sick that I felt : Issued n dcciee nll,)wluJ; n Japanese. |I 1 1W''IH1U would give warning, and the gun ?"' 1

t sane that I coald not survive the ordeal to lend It slip (chouses' a single would N laid aside and not urea any

1l-, : so I told him that I would not wn10 -,. :-life lullll>rlO: It niiniarrieil) after aintnln I more.Scientific American .. ..
1L. The followingweek1' road a'huslJ j
t" ste agi. ul111. selected |I
advertisement-la the >> of I .
paper your for her In" 0 0tlan'urk
< "eptab1ColDl'01Iad In such an emereol .- 'tt"sytk +5t. Whet Jam. O. Blalne Said.' '

: and .eold4cho( tq It. Great t I Jsm.p,| O Blalne ODe>> sa4d: "Tbe ( /
m r Joy to aDd that I actually Im- A Tarpln. ,
svfter takingtwo bottles, so I "Solmnoii II,. liv I Ills grace of (''rttd. fare.of the republic will control "

It for f Ihc.icw-s" This. tinny Its destiny Against O>* storms of ,
Staking ten weeks and at the Kins <> WAil I
at .tbs. >ttmZwaa cured. I bad fu \\lmh j. \ TM' remarkable prisoner popular frensy, against frenzied madness J.

dated eighteen pounds and waa' innesdlent reci intlv; 'tilriicd\ (lie prlmm boo at Klplt I that e.*ks collision I with estaftllflied -

health, and IUD BOW. ( Russia *. Ills lilMory in 'urlII' He order against tbe spirit ofanarchy '.
Too ararely deserve great sncceaa,
sa* hav' best wishes." ,was u IniiiiliMnne. . IUrel-worklll! Mludrntof tStt would sweep away the '
yea -
my very .
as* AUCB BarukT, 60 North Boulem HIP i'"cIT Seminary*, but oaf IlnlslHirjr landaarka and safeguards of Chrsstlaa ...- .

**, Atlanta. Oa,-110OO ride If.rrl..l Ills C'CI1Il'IC', writes n lorreipnndent. lit I society and republican goveran F

-,"laitar-araof, ,ay fiAH IIIWa an.e.aaof. M pr.- -- I liumcdlak'l/ }' "provided lilnmclf:! with ai > ot. te fanners of the United States ..

. Ktck women would be wise I TH.\TCIinn nUT! I i IIMolMT' dagger( and :" llllinlxM Of will ....d aa a shield and bulwark. .

[a' ITtlMiy woalcl take Lydia E. Plnk- forced "PIIJKIM slid gases. mil brjfin! n I themselves the wining eubjecta of
> ,{
tsura *) Veaot.a.ble Compound rariet' of rubbery ii ml bi'l;.;umliiKC.ulilth law, To strengthen this bulwark Is
:weu.I there. The Japanese conqutred and l Iy ornamented' culled nun-ache the Ainu disinnls his I.olnd u row.1 ,
drove them northnnrd to the cold anil IICh'I'8'1 WHS/ marked tlirmiKlnmt by l'ulI'I the work of the gruic If the quoted
1 hem* serve n double piirppse. \ /i" nltliiK olio limil ontiaiiKlit I
-""j:: SmUoa. Pillar <.rfaa Allalla. lens uospilshle rcKlotm Tbey now used In : I SUIIIIIllN1 hklll Illlcl f..I"'lhIJlIbt! HP I remarks are true. then the work of t' .
rC"lIl'lclU" oeremonlnloishlp.. voiiinlocl
inn! I'lIrnJ.J, l linist stands
: ? Wien .we IntrodiiMd Billion Dollar dwell the Ixlunil 111111'111'1',1, / 11,1 stole! on tilt; I the grange appeals to the patriotism J-
or7.Z0. Just
leas on n'ben so employed| (be)' dip one end upon Ills haunches, rtinU, to '
little did i IHMIIII
years ago, we dream Ills" tlcliuls. In Kloff IIK'hiding' a stuff f
would be the moat talked of graaa In north of Japnn, A few own the Knr- In the sake I IHnml| I off'r( a few upon Ills iissiillint If tin-. tine In- ii of all. -, "i

&.aura, tbe,biKget, quick, hay producer! lies while a itotllon have emigrated, ,drops of able 1 to tin gixln nboin they I.rll. 1'1" and rxprrlrnard, < | hunter" InvvntihoK ,- iiiptnlii nod.. n muster of tin- \\atili. I I1 ",
earth bnt has .\ his iltlih. furnlilii'il, :'u Inn'Ml" in
)CIO tltut COm. to pa. across to the Hunsluu. penal Hettlenxiit desire up -
to |"nito. while In orillinir\ his 'hit ;
i IK c to" lanky i tin- final WEALTH AND HEA.I..THMrs .
Atdltor about it ArrjCol
wrote 'iim'il l.nMi :
j..n' In tllspt lioxjMtii lily' .
"' ,.... Frofecaors lectured about ((it, A ;r. In. of Sagliulli-ii The men are noted for use derv arc ntiii/eil, ; / to keep the lonuI and fntnl 1111'1'1.' At the tight time ,
c'II'.lc' of lllONt '(tlllllo, f. 'Illls, I Jllaoa I nee Mr' Brewer has :l
1l -
the extinorillnnry1 growth of heir > II I l'rspel II
1'tJ"tllt4 Orators talked abouc it. while infarm I I' 'nnl mil of tin" cup whl the PIMMOII In- rushesuto the. iinlinils inilii' '
fireaide ,*'. ,... .-"I1 I u r. A111) ..T 't ll'll tillSIMIUO ot lllSMl.lllll BxlTlved by Us phyalrJan to go ,
horn by the quiet in the wblch covers t..c'r: : (jo .. >, it Is ililnkliiK I 'I liej' nre_ fiom tniHe to mil pinners Ins I infiInt.> his IluuyBut HI M MlfpOl' 1 been
f' WT grocery, in the village pontofBce. ..tenamel'7. .ur their long! I>('nrll.... Owing to their fonrti Inches and curved Incurious Ills Illptllll ins lil.MUlltnlxtut to Carlsbad for his health; It'., a !good _.. 'f...
lung. y
igmi iliii-s 1 nut titan ,
at the deiv>*vfact: wnrfunif i i'al'"( wili .
primitive'uJ.t< and peculiar religious lit tin' 1II''I.I"II'al' .i nil, \u-ion ofn has of money
""r ) ] thug be plenty
!ra eatMred! bnlcar's U lion Dolrasa 1. : designs. mill pre lilnhlti'rns: lilt n reminder, (if t Ih" iuointer
.:hat wonderful eras., good for' and ceremonious ol bllc ei\niices. they afford mired In' their oKtieraio, do not "meta Some of ( InIss, ciitiin'siiini',' iiiintriH. 1'1'1,1"1', lioiu IIIH oat t 1'111'1,1'1' t ride I Old Jltaon-He wouldn't have any-
.. It tons per acre and lota of paUur aii excellent subject for Btnily lib 'tin> llP erne l IIK.lilllllK: Vllll II fill, lllllI'lint '. I thing the matter with him If he didn't ,
pnrt ui einploniiotliii' niMliol ,Viiiinl with|( I
ia always theme of tb.
a worthy
; An extensive and collce-
nk'tureKque \"cJlln'ouU'U < 1"1,,- iltrr: pnlnti him out toil Cleveland Loader
s voice.It' lire more pri'possi'RiIIIK II lung 5harpp1)lnt.'ii) they nWlllt
t tlon of Alnn lr.'ss mid eienionlal, ".'tl't'lh'.. and ,'IOIIIIIII II," ins micHlcil "- I
Walford.\VetIore. Farm. Pa.writeI : limn the men. and me much Bought the dill' :innd ki. (IlH' of I to
_- hare 00 acres in Seiner's Alfalfa Clover. objects bus recently been received and by the Japanese tor11"C'I'I0' They i p points : uii'l liouiitl !'iUc a iliin :;i'roin. wild
their wrapun4. tall hidden! Mini inxcnsl I ACTION ,
I fa immense. QUICK
I out three crop thm aea- Installed at the American Museum of
,Waaa and have lota of pasture beside." I pander, however, the eiiHlnni of tat by n pil-'I' of lolli niiili-i, I the urni '1'lie bouSL .tllheprelilnllutryixtlfiuttinnIi I . First Rmnlan-Tou say the flgit i
i r lonfomtl, to n l long. xi-i'K s of i".dl n"- ,
tool their llp HO as to Imitate mil*' )
hn SKKO tHIS KOTJCB -AS D' lOO.: Cf ng nulnuil seeing the hunter etld l'ntlr quickly over?
;' ., STAUFSs e"IIPL tin'hi'*, thus producing n "11'"I1le effect Itliout n MI-i: lunki'R n wild ilTslifqr 1K, but 411'1111'/1 I inn' ill ill ilt'ie -I oniiuulail was Second Ruislan-Yea ; It was Hnlshd ,

.%s> .ToJa.'A. Sa1cr4Secd Co. La Croaae.Wiawand to their features The tattooing Is said him; (quick IH 1111'1011/ !i, tlif hunter )' .Mull. / before you could say JackopotlnakrRrtM .:9
reeaive their big catalog and Iou to be hut imlnriil! ]It Is done 'f
.umew merely st<' "I|tIc'! and the '
II licnil fnlln
esT eeed ps New Orleans
fena eampiaa free. [A.C.L. 7i.. I'oilifi IS.La.. *_B. olotow'ky'-
; bv degrees r..ju1.hllC] about n jetlrto upon the "I'.urI hii'll piimj-ntps' fir :
r.t man trust to luck in this world, put the llnlxlilng loin'lips on Tbe Into his boil}', Hire II.I/ rhnimrb't i.i idle lilt of linlioi Tlaee-Democrat.

anti eeeae others are lucky to get trusted. Iii ttMa Ix obtained from tbe hark of the A great diversity nt niIlnll I'liKllxlililtvll l>>' one \,1m[ \\niilnl u -
birch pile of which Is burnt under n holiday. .. ne-f'der-"Scott said clever thing ,
ii nniiniff nulliro[>ololst) "IH lo Ihc origin a
IT: :COSTS ONE CENT kettle until the bottom U well Muck and Telntloiislilp of tlio Alini to oilier Mont Eznltnl Sir--1 i I" mil most to-day; said that luck la a 1 good< bit

t'lIl'cl"lIh a thick coating With a peoples.' They hut vu' inn IIiitfiilRflc'afllnltr -liuliltuiillv ill-Mint c'1)1'C'M"loI1OC; | of my like 'llgttDlni; for It seldom strikes '

d..!* ** I0"'**' eawt. far a t..... single of knife the- woman makes a few incisions to any neighboring:: or llHinnt most KUiHlthv rpkiitu' t that I approach twice" In the same Itl.('.." U"ed"r'J<:

.TUART. S GIN AND BUCHU. on the part to be tnttooed.nfter Aft tlons. r.iii'lz. ti foreign lntlKitnr the < Icllii'llry of Jour lunKtciful posh! j "Yex, Rnd ai a rule neither of them .
We arfullr aaad 41 to a" .u...... of KidUv -
-.-. .r, Hnart.Zladdar and' 111...... dl_. which she taLes some of tbe toot' IIpon'hC'r owing to their rather white skin nml lion with the Bi'lfHlixjirjlHiiit: iitti'iiun needs to."-Fenn )'lvaula Punch Bowl. 1

_ Inwtton a.. I$*Will with do. that w._n&claim. Mvntlon(or Ik Anger, ana rubs It well In tbe theglls"I' nnn-''avnsp! nppcnrnnce, ndrnnces the of iny esteem, und the ulno! forsottcubjiuy '
ill8'lu. has made. Several elf that In There Catarrh In this section of .
iddraa* STUART DRUO al't''0.i she applications theory that they were formerly allied assurance my own more
e.1 Wall StrMt, ATLANTA. OA. result In two tli\rklIhl0 bands to 'branph of: a European V'puenslnnrace mind I klinll lie' freed from the IKtlaii 'I\II'I)' tau! alipti) dl. put together.
and antll the last. few years wu siippoMd toM
i; W. L. DOUGLAS vtlklcli will last for five or six month which became cllyldrd mid Bpp that { am n Ulii3; unpardonable lDovrnt) forafcraat many yenndoctorsyroaonn.rdtt

before being reuexvcd. strafed by
'3.U.3: SKOES unto One> of the most curious and sacredof InvnsIoiiR.! Proto I'r>lllx lions. short respite from my ("Xl'ftloulI-ln' looU r.m loooj dlt> and. by eoutantly falling. to
with I It loeurable
sure treatment I'rnuoun..ti -
all the Ainu belongings Is I the illil I ,
however. oI1K"I"rl'.1 tlio fon-iiiost fl fortnlglit'i holiday. ns nut .
;W. IV. DengUaItve 9ol.nce ham proven' to rmconstitutional a
I ..... by Ui Uleat "limo," or wooden prayer sticks which American nntliorltr, illKifri-oK itli IIITt'rlllJ:; from tlircr bulls. ilK |per nun dl_en+e and therefore r*"itilroenonstltntlofial

__ style.SBdMtioF hold, the' most Important paned: In tills statement nnd Ii uf tlio belief I, Kin I tutu vc tin honoi'Hbli' delight ofsubscribtmig : treatment. Hall 'ttliiiTb:. 6
eM\T-ftttJal a U d Cam, manurarinrod )'. J. Cheney .A ()o.,
\ ;; their religion. The people belic\o inn tint njBiK) jour cx.ilUnl: r,MPrPIH '- i i by
wcstrtnicSpaallllns they prolmlilr h" ID tlial' I DolMO.Ohio, It the oaljr ooiutltiitlonnl' eurw f
atelilevedae great many gods amid deities. good East Slliorlnn mill, Vslntlc t tribcsSolontllle ,- "p H rtltor X" I"url'ntly | oa the atarknt. It U t."elllnterD"U\ does "t

> largest sale of and bad who reside In and control flue American, .\.. the young ninn t'nl'p,1 I from It dronCoatMupooarul. ItantnillriMH-

aBay eboea In ,tla.. forces of nature. The Inno nre pleees Hint his I DIII'liln'{ and lnnulili cplMtle ly OB the blood a.d muoou .urr.I..C ot the
-- -- -- -
eserlb. A 00.T M41>B or BALL of whittled willow wood, with the would not mittli. In the Sill rgiim' ba I .7111.... The) offer one hundred dollar' for
LONG ....
.., are 2'ni1 as good It talli to aura. fiend for circular
sallies.. that ecel yogapM Natural llUtur-, ol Ji :ned by Dr. Uer- slim' lugs left nttncliiil to the top They hind drawn a rough:; but graphic. plo I cad tl..oll\ela. .t.d.uJ, C....t .ACo
t $S-the only thole iuffer, mi Asiatic explorer nod are symbolic offering III prayer presented i I tune. KlipwiiiK, the lixatlou of tlip Ilireo ., TeUdo. O.
trdn.p. ta the pries.t. .' dlsiaVt Sonic Bold PniKirMs.: T5o.
to the gods are bolls upon his own 1'l'rK'IUTII.lllh..
,I sadt.7rya.rad w partly by gift of Arthur Curtis James, shaved upward and others backward Probably It 1 Ii not HIP most' .ncrlons : Ball. TamHj Plili for oooitlpatl r '

>1/ek.lon, name aad Esq. problpm nf life, lint It U nt l Irftnt one
'"'pdoe- b.Nom.IarO The Alnus dress religion end mode They are hung up In the windows, nf the little worries of great I Tli. Kuture.Llf. of AnlmaU.Kir ". y. J l lt. |
.... doorvnjs.' and looked upon as charm' n many \Mlllnin hilt;ndcr. u doctor and< ** .
of life almost tbe same aa those "I wish I could
are acquire an appetite.(; u
jeewwkll&tI. y
.. .. people to cot s bell that will fit l athas mist fmorptl I
and evils also > j of
safeguards, They are aiou a iin-i'llm;
I. aM ..W Pet..t L.wtww yN ....a.cYw .. existing hundreds of years ngo. The Doubtless lucre ""01' goodness sake! exclaimed hie u
E"v._ "... ek.- b -... people are subjects of Japan but hiyre' placed near springs river.bunks. store are tens of 1 tlmiiRiuidiA the Soclpty for the I'fl'\ C'III1QII of CmIty wife, ".,.,b.t do you want" with an appetite -
.N.C.fe.1r.".......flsal, Bracklaa r i14ar bouses by tile reside, and In fact In to AiilninU nltli collie views on
no voice In government, and are simply I ? It would only give you mOt'
left Jtiemselres.\ They have no every domain where the particular god the (tunic emit. of He "('cr- : dyspepsia."Philadelphia Pre.

ambition, and hare not Introduced Into Is supposed: to dwell. Near each hut Is tt tnlnlj l briictetl||( IIP Said "In the insure rTb.

Cotton Must: Have their Industrial life any. of the pro i\ small plot which might be culled PXlHtPiire of iiiilmnlx. uiul tlionpli; lie 11:...... .f 11..vt. ... (. Car f

rfi gressive methods ot their near neighbors the Ainu church or temple!; for It hIlls could not" bring forward pvltlpncp In I. the a*trclinc, of old, which.ofle, .

I I tbe Japanese. They number special place of worship. Ibisconsistn t J" support of the proposition| bp "'Ic'O II lei mnlta Mnciuly to the lunga. Never neglect -

Potash about 10.000.) n mere remnnnt of nonce of a number of Ijmos or polew not lit the came tonic bring; fomniil a odd bat take In time Taylor. Chrolc .< ',.

numerous and barbarous race. upon which are placed the skulls ofnutmnls p\ldiiicp to the ooiitrary It llipy took ** Remedy of Sweet. Onm and Mullein-

They SUb*Jnt chiefly by bunting and nblch lifive be n killed In n the case of the linkc'I"K nun \\ lililias nature. Tat cough mdicin

essential food albID The bear la still pursued and hunt or sacrifice' espec-lnlly the bear. horn mid reared In hardship: IIP found At dI"llUlI21Ic,, !SOc. and |1 1.00 a bottle.! \ '
f U plant ,
; FoUh ru shot by means of the primitive bow The men old and \onngJth solemn It bard, to IIi lntk tliflt n niorclfiil Crouton Any wise little fnh bfcins-buiinta- oo .

cb mast be faded aa fertilizer s"nd poisoned arrow, though the Japanese faces, sit before these weird,looking Cor'i M i>d that animal merely to IIII"I'( mall scale) .

+ or tbe soil will nre endeavoring to enforce n objects and offer sacrifices. pour out a lit the lniii not .tai.t
? libations of wine, and utter l'rO'rlt Koiiuroiupoiisjllon' : In the noxt' llfi If
law against tills method. the lands .r tbt .
r1 become ex- spot keUJI. cicapt .....
not In the lrt'KI'III-Loudou: a. aad ...... ..
hansted ii :. _
as .
AIKO WOMXM W.TH TATTOOXD MU3TCJLHIS. worthy Old 1..4r There are about 12,000 lepers in the Phil

of no .\II'M, Mnry )lee, who has just bird at ippine lalandiU. i-r

'I many cotton t, ,.N + H TUB ADJ: S All., liB'. \\hlte \VjiHhun. neui Miililcn'ipiit'! ]. on n. a...'. ..fio., of Atlanta O..., are ltt J
-- -- tie only .e..... f\ .
fields.We -- the JhunipxrnH? n ipiiinrknhle old Dropsy Bp iilalUta lu tbe
who never gave this lUll I II'I" thought lady. She was the oldest. ptibllr,housulamllnijy world IMe la.U llbarmj eGer In advertise'asDt
1 ilL aaathar eolnmn of MU '. i'
t Waaka Ntgft ,1.rtu'ur11>1r but there are hundreds: n hu have. uud! In EI1I nt1. for site wits ninety paper

g1Iklg t SIf + '' {+Si)77a some of these niay-hnre 'lt'r1l1l3" Rpcnt ypniaof Hgp OIPI the I fireplace In ATarmd-of. love ia anything but aatl-
'v + iN faet. .
( agy ties iwsnhw arm sleepless nltfliln In tunleirpliitloii: of tuprooin of lit'i pulillc Mouse. the Men. ry *;

i P ) wU aa.a the niotloti. Hire stands th> fcotli-e; ");1) nwcmlnu I'fao'.Tneanaotbe5.0blsbiyapnkener. ,

Arm i.s Is SS? Ilsatw wtW..ka'so ha.1... In the first pln(', when n peraon's or foul luntiMj permitted In tills eaaehor .- J. W. O'Dnicx, 322 Third. ,
= Aveaoe. N., manaapolla. tttlnn.. J_. e.11OR)
w OERTIANKAIJ WORKun muscles 1m relaxed after he assumes room or Iiulpppnt. t songs allowed to batuiil

'a recllnlnii 1)(111111011 be |b much Many a nun would be ;
ii leL.N longer' \ Any one infringing the nlmvele glad if his wits
w aHIro than he811 (nil 81 be stood on Ills will eipellfd" Often. the old lady woald talk to herself '

feet and tills .1I"'PI18I1Coy has been would walk' iuto llio taproom oil Sun. r.aaoo rtaata r. ie.. "

I 4 more than renpoiiRilile. for tbe failure tiny' evenings, bemlng her old Bible: T* tfb _liable G5er Jobn A.

of a i Il li ji ? i lt size of a bed no that when he conies lint llBtcnedllh respect\ to her pxpla.. n9 will and you th..- punt and +

'Y :-j' to dse It bin head butts Into the bead- nations and <'oll1m nt.. London Tit. I, &jeof eata w .. together with Sa1Wfi.eaolldCebbaB.B. ..u..h Meet +

The most Important Ainu"ceremony 11' board' and Ills feet are securely ItltK. ?

of the 'year Is tbejJTMt \ wedged ngalunt the footboard. In this ;22 i1'? "SJ C'roU.S'SJ

bear cast held In September 'way he Is cleprUcd of the true restfulness Kltort .al! l.nnf l>a.rn. 511nerin! ,DUUr' C.-.T.' 4 1

sn ; : sad October. The bear of repose' ns u contracted position The thy la: linger 01 vliurier us you 2.000 1,000 splendid sick buttery Onion Lets, .... ,w

Is.universally worshiped and Is not only uncomfortable but go north or south of the Kuator.! Off J"S22 rp luscious) lUdiab.

!.,looked upon as one of the unhygienic.The I Cape Horn fifty' U; CPSTSPH south latl- '1,080 clorloaaty: briU .n flower.

moat honorable representatives vP \riF" new adjustable bed can be tu 1., the daye lu midwinter are about .1101&A.ale great oII.r I. made fit erder. to ...

L ro of their various sods. To give s. ? ter lengthened or shortened within a given nine hours long The longest day at to. when.'en 7oil to try enc.their plant-ranted tb.m' seed.-will
) a bear'festlval la considered a range and all such difficulties as have London la about sixteen:: : hours and a grow DO OMere. and 3

r great ,honor, and ta likewise been described ellmilla ted: half; >t Stokholm eighteen hours and ALL Jon JIV'J' Iflcu 1'OM'.OJl:
....Sit.....ltpensien\ L you will item this '
M a half; at Hamburg! seventeen hours; f 'o"* sad

: J"'f : ,.. I ... f .... iuiax: 'Aurp or uzzo, 7ATAI.t'A. . I 1.1t7 I. Callferiala. .J' at St Petersburg the longest day baa' 'will:rB add will lie send the above than 30e.a paekmYe la potae/ta ef ) iS .

# ; The number of Insane ,;.. California elgbtMu hours and the shortest fire; melt. berliner Cenltgewer.Ntbin [A.C.L.) '

;Ainu' house consists of a' tr metirorkgfpolel to the gods, aud Implore them,' In,18
)' \ bavlRg thavfrojof {and .w.rdktbeopplicftnt; with siiccessjnknnUng. j one' tb-500. At present tbe registered// has twenty-one boars and a half and. Sort she, *wants errs! to a womaa tell. like torat.-' e

Ideal thatched with reedJ/ ylth a Insane number Lao to SCO of the general the'shortest two hours and. a half'at, :

w:. small), Uole. left J.i14 tbe roof'/or:' tdtf 'The: 'materian for tie garWnts of population Splt,t>ersen the longest day Is three Give the. ,name of, thla paperiwhese': '' .r-t'" -

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.1. aipfe& :DREAD' CATARRH BY USE OF PE.II_ -N'A. : Machinery; ; .

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,. '))1. .. / *.-*...t5. -- 'Catarrh r Robs, Women; ,of Health and Beauty,-

New York City.rrUouse route tnkvr ""wacSe,( to look Ilk* an Inner garment by I :: .

I'r ,frewdeuce of ulnioBtevery other sort .the outline of
: ,for. the more 'elaborate; cpstnme-s "ofsoft tbe cloth port' of the vnlst. TU band . . . . . . . . . . . .;. . . . . . '
; \ ,materials! and are'iui at charming of fur, extends: down the aide of tbe ,_q .. .w.Y. .. .. . .. . . . . .t. ... .. . .. .. .. --+-. r:

,ht'S waist to the' belt, al on A Russian 1 Miss Amanda Jolman. Fair'ebtld C, WIs., a writes

blouse, and there! ore, rape Large rblne:. "I write to ten yon bow much Parana benefited"me.. Toes r
tone buttouk that appear-to close ,thegown. amber of years I bad pain fan my bead areund my eyes \

1 A rlpule bertlm; edffed.witb' -r add was because my eyes needed treatment so. I .

fur," fain over tile, shoulders, bawl 'went to aa oculist and bad classes fitted to 'my eyes 'and PRAtt:', MUNGMLWINSHIP.
faablon. Leg o' mutton tleeve with a wore them for some time, but felt"no relief"whatever: In t- '
bit of !loco Innertlon; outlined with fur fact, I felt worse than, before and came .. >tbe eonelnaionthat EAGLE.Y .

are tight nt tile 'Yrlst and<< show ji tinyrucbluc tbe,.trouble wts sot with my eyes VutVith my bead, StMTBLaeaesraUtBewecM.

of "'lilte crapI!'. and that it most be eatarrb,--A* so-many of my friends .bad ..,fiat ...-..... ,Mallets IW <' < ....

-e- need Pemna witb beneSt fortliis trouble. I tnoutht I would ., W r rj p ,1

The Kp'..l.t KflTort.' tr}-:at. Z was not sorry'that I did so,. for U a short time I"( ENGINES and BOlLERa., 1

.. Tbe epaulet ojffect 1 Is much In evidence I began to: improve and {a four weeks my eyes were In aplea-; ; ,' ,

on triaiiy// of 'the new blouse : ; ,did'eoaditioa, my (..--. bsaltb w.. s mteb improved end all tlNTERS,OIL MILLS :l. ',;,

.. waists, and the/deep/ collar la also to q the catarrh of tbe bead was r ne. Z was clad to (et rid of We sell ereqrUuat'nsiia akeat a C tua ray f'Y'

{; be seen. Detached collars and yokes this .trouble, and u.. gild to endorse ouch. .a' good medicine. Write f or'Wurtralod Cat.J ....:r. ';.t I
nre much used' nnd add n touch of as Pentna."-Mjas Aroaada Johnson. s. '...4. ',

t distinction to a-dark-blouse. MIMU51'W' .""".'rf Wt.iVb rYV'.o.J'V"I ....-,,'" Continental' 1 Gin Co*. G( ;' :'

A F.vorlt. Trlininlna1.
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't. Birmingham Ala. ,
.. A favorite trimming will be the open r .II:. ..-- e "', .
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.... . cut ,work or old English embroidery, a Ufl ;
--- -- showy but elc-Kiint form of needlework ., i ""
,BHJB'a"lD: BX.OUSB OOAt. popular In emly; Victorian day, before -- i. V 'i'

uinrbltie ,..lObrol<1..r1 In effect. Tills one after u. design byWay 'i.h ,
lusts for KlinpUt. tilings. .. .
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Mnnton.! Includes a yoke .. ,

painted:>> collar that are In every way Th. Itound Skirt. I bKIN "
.t ' desirable and allows or ninny comlilii"atIons skirt ;
For evening wear the trained
but Is shown In cuitiiipiiKiu* round I r
la entirely replaced! with tile I Iua
colored veiling with collar and I'l\lId.> skirt gathered ilt tbe "'lIllt.u. .
of brown chiffon velvet enriched by

DlllIlIIon8 of Inc('. The yoke I. stitched ... Yoke TVaUt.AVliltc j'T'
with cortlcelli" silk and nrer" It the
wllli on.n in makes a favorite
of velvet exoi'r-dliiRly linudnouic. r
points are!
combination of tbe season slid la allays t v.yr uu... ::11'I
v while the full puffed sleeves are
with the flaring! ; ruffs and bite frills mllifdctory. Tile stylish May ''oI'--Jl.-_..... .....JO ..._v......_.............................................................. ...
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lire essentially elegant and smart a nil Mil n ton \vnUt .shown Is mole of creped " " ,....," ',....,.....,.., '-
4;hlut>, '4tU te-yoke: of d_p.creanicolorinl
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the draped( tflnllo makes (fnniKt, upproprlnte white I Miss Flora H u. rr. 1032 8. New ] If IfM1
.. point de Veulse over
finish. cta'ruehIng *.T etraet ladUnapolis\ Ind.,
111111 bnnds of tllft' -
The lilouwu Is mnclt over n smoothly; inoussclliie ;r ACwIc ;I _.... IU_ J>
and Is well united to 'theatre nnd
fitted llnlnc on wblrh the yoke and troubled cih oo arrfc ever aCno* : \
hlrred portions arc nrrn nl:('<1. hut Informal dinner wearrd to occaHkiim row eery 1'0"0, GOQI"'ed esoh Woman '
I which. cnn 'omitted win-never, rti'' I i of the sort but -nn be renderedavailable time Z caught a _14. Thtt did not I Ijjlclemtlv AjJff"'H :Complete External:
for evening nlso by omittingthe .
traMi, the shlrrlnics l Ix'lnn stltrtiml to 1'- ..f-f Ma t. b e obftGCri. -I! .
the yoke. The sleeve are wide midpr.vefiil yoke IIH shown In the small. cut: .- wttll loaf winter. Then' -

: nn well ii..fnnlfortablc' nmlvrhfn 0"" ncnln/ run bt 1"'IIfI.n.dollverllble.. _y head and ttoae were so stopped ', .. Catarrh and Internal l f 1' }
double When inndft t'
serving' n use
llnetl cnn still be )kept loom- and so vf that felt Oan S.
low It requires" elbow hleeves.' but
nnipl" liy. leavliiR the outer 'sen inn of J'tr tnaca* 1".dO.C"11.1 EUMrB.o.'ifl
these nl.o nre In VORUC with blgh
the foil"mint open. At their lower by a frte-nd. : Treatmonti:

.5 Micro nre tho shnped e the waistIICCOU.OH dreracUoa
Is or
these\ ciitfi fall the full frlllt. 1'hc'l'l'lIl I the yoke..M'lil selxtrntot| cured m e. 1 havt not had a, bit 5

l 1. 1'I'uIH..I nail In arranged, over" Ih"1 quite different in eft'ed. o"rottblfl."O. My head l. clear, sand
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cured II.e "- Las Flora t o NID
- A Late Design by May Manton. DOLLAEVrt
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-- -- Hundred!! Women Cured by Pe-ro-na '
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of Annoying Catarrh. ,
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R. IIAIITMAN has probably don Miss Flora Haur. .'..
...... D' .more than any other physician, toward i
"". pouularirjng a meiht of cccap from k'1W'1' ...J'.N........'''............................"..........."'", .......... t iT
the facial deformities such as iiI
- twisted" nose offensive breath dry cracked Many a girl has regained her faded J and not wait until catarrh has fastened itsalt -. /A\ I c1
lip due to the ravaging effects of catarrh. beauty many a matron naa lengthened the in some part of the system. //1 'J1.1(1f ix :;1
. ffe baa made chronic catarrh a life-long days of her comely appearance by using Peruna acts quickly and beneficially; on ;.
study. Hit remedy., popularly known as Peruna. the iaflamed mucous membranes lining ,f
1'eruna u the mont famous remedy for Peruna produces clean mucous membranes the different organs of thebody.. Thus
I catarrh in existence.1'robably the basis of facial symmetry and it will cure catarrh wherever located.
there i. not a man or woman, a perfect complexion.The If yon' do not derive prompt' and satisfactory boy or girl, within. tb. bounds of the women have not been slow to discover results from the uae of Pemna- writ !t*
United State that h... not heard of Pe- that a course of Pemna will do at once to Dr. Ilartman giving a fuil.tate- rJ
runa. liy far the largest majority have more toward restoring youthful beauty ment of your case and be will be pleased to 'Y a
used Peruna. / than all the devices known to science. valuable advice gratis, u
':. The mutit! .de of people that bare been While-it it true tb.tPerunacure. catarrh Address Dr. llartmann. President of i
cured of chrome catarrh by using Peruna wherever located, yet it is';advisablefor The Hartman Sanitarium Columbus. et
r can never be known. everyone to use 1'erypa as a preventive Ohio. "
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'f o I I. set ...._a-t>.......n., hot water ajlne well finish tnrnlslk- -a
1 ALAOASTINE._' and ttarbor-gromnd for rtlsiiaea g....; U is a nataral, rook-baa* 1
1i la white and many_'X.uJatteiT 1>eea tira| tlnta] In powder form riaily ,'t"r
1 -use by empty mixing with oold water. Anyone: can brash it on. ;.
1p ALA BASTIN E ownents to walls distroys #laesM ..... and tenets, and nerer rube
g e o off or -'. .-Other wall eoatings,under fanciful ........, and usually nixed with set Consisting'Cuficura' '
j,. water are nnnealthful ).'- ",, stuck on(the wall with slue' which _onurota.nourlahes 9. fJ
germs of deadly' ..-. mba aDd soalea, spotUag walls, clothing and furniture. ,
When It ia nieiassry to reflnish the old ooate must be waehad off_aa azpsnslve,.../., t" -

iHsaarenahle Job. making the rooms damp and unit to live ..... "
Whim walls are once coated with Alabantine, aa ceedIIICc.. may be applied, year, .1

ALABASTIN after year, without washing the walla, thus saving gums e.psn..ed' annoyance ',So'ap' ':;, :t

{ the Durabal Wall Coating. Hot and Cold Water Kalsomlnos Have No Merit :""

Won' RUB Off; Som.dealers try to sell them,buying them eheap, and trying to sell on Alabeetlae'a -.4 to cleanse the skin ol; crust 1 ;

WHY" until such time as their customers learn of the imposition.THCY '
ARE WORTHLESS PREPARATIONS and scales :.andlaoftett'th3: .

Because it oemanta to, and If yon cannot buy Alabeatina of TOUT hardware, paint or drug- dealer, rate a all thickened ,cuticle ; CUTii. :... i
1 la not tuck on tho wall with Imitations, and writ ue. W. will tell you where you can get Alabastlne without delay, CURA. Ointment 'to .... t- "
decaying, animal! glue, as are ,
or sell Ik to you' direct. $500.00GIVEN AWAY. Writ.terp.rtbnIrs.Leaflet ; irldtar.ition
iTJQR 1lower the various -caJled "wall fin- stantly allay! itchin:; ,
1 .on daeoratmsr. asxl mmr' artlita* b..-
edge! clotting( with the blouse nt The wnlst is made: over" smoothly lakes, wliich fanciful arc talsomiiica tlfylog the etPr... 'llnyb'nt . only In pwilugee, and inflammation; and : "
Bold under '
fitted lining nnd on thin are arranged names. Bo l
the centre front.Tlio GRAND RAPIDSMICH I soothe and heal and CUTf-.
When ; {
for the box: pleated front and backs. Alabastlne Company "
of umtprlnl rcqulrfit
the medium size; IM four and tlm- n simple yoke waist la desired It can < 10, wnva, m rrt on. CURA Pills to 'coolD41': .

eight> yards" t twonty-oui.* liirlics wide be made high( the drop yoke arrangedover cleanse the blond and expel J? t,!' sip
It stud nil f'<''bed together at tbe .
four yorils" twenty.'evcn-Lucke. wide humor ge ms.f. SINGLE ".' r t3ET

a or two and n ium-tor yards fortyfourInches neck but when either a 1 low 01u convertible A dceaycd opple oaten br a schoolboy in I : but," ,ONE5"
waist is desired It can be cut MALSBY & Co. costing b
\lil, with one und tlvcolftlitynnlK Dublin caused a fatal attack of ptomaine Saw mills I .
to make us UlimtniteJ. are wide below (the elbows but fitMiugly TITS Kofits ornervouaneiufterdtpit The D Loaoh Patent V.rlabtFeetFrletion' .F.." : 41 South Forsjtt SL, Atlanta (Ga.Portablo cient to cure the most tofs'.Ajtuning {i
below nnd fire planted I for about permanentl7cured. Sew Mill with 4 h. p. A.U
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- : day s useat Dr. Kline's Great . .. disfiguring skis' '
i let. to .11. DcLosch Shingle Mills li}, or
Flowers.Klowrrs I I half the distance from the shoulders KenrelY! .tor \r. t'211 la end trentlsetrceHi. aid "", TrinimerM., planer ; Coru sad BtthrMilU
are seen In profusion In to tbe cuffs. )I. H. Kun Lid. tSlArchtt.. l'bll..Pa Water Wfcerls, Lath Mill, Wood Saw scalp and blood humors,, ecr' 'If ?

1 the t'linilwlilnu of HIP new nindcls. The Humility of material required It Is laid- that: fray hnriss live. longer Our' handsome Mill Co.Catalog, Box will$n, Interest Go. zemas, rashes itchings aiyl,1,;' j tJ( :;

Again roses. seem f' : Tiny button roses In single and double eighth; yards twenty-one inches ,,'Ide. : fi
..... garlands, edge the brims of hats, and tlireo and one-quarter yard: TNventyseven BatE..r'a Home 13utltlfr c.rn. This is What You Want from infancy to age;::-Vhem? "

double triple and quadruple garlands Incites wide or'tw'arb forty- So named bveau 60 acres produced) so the best physicians 'and'aEi, ,1 r!!
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, heavily, that its \\'oeeeJ. built a lovely: Bare toy Aoj Mthriai Trovbles .
encircle crowns and otherwise trimliuts.aud fail..IW4 r:: ;14
home. See I'a.r.: catalog. Yielded in 'avoft Slatlonsxry other remedies ./ "$ ,
laid flat they cover crowns. MCt: In loci 157 bu.. O.Sio: ; 100 bu. Tcnn. sand i,Po.l ma At::dots.::aawt: t ttqI "' 11. .'
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,'. and medium small roses appear 98 bu., end in Mich. 220 bit per acre. Boilers ... . ,
Small Engines et - .
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You beat this record in 1004.WHAT I FEE1L MEDICINE C0.if Stanford.Cona.; ,
: as garniture In single and double tear- can K", s... jfif* 11, o.ac_.'. sed -fl"; ,;
". 1-0 YOU THINK OK THESIS YIELDS: loen.dlulB.aa4 fllrMllau. quick and miatair .., ; t:
\' lands;; largo roses ore employed singly PEn .acaaf > irnKrautMd lu all taw*, ':BMduta. .L14 and Saw MillsAND a W.s. la .."'lfUagiW, ._ 't ,;
l teen., 5.1. Prep., ''c
x: and la couples, and small jrreenrose 120 bu. BrnrdUas-llaricy: ; per acre. vu dnao.rn..5.1uwrr.lttaat rotln rp'smd 't.rUf.r"i.a cut. Twtmrn, .. \ r(
-. l leavesborder brims Rivaling S0! bu.'s New National Oat. per A. ALL KINDS.OF MACHINERY aaurr.r u._ grim 1."_I......---1'.ti.. .
.;7----.,' roses and used for covering crowns and 80 bu. Kalxer; Spelts and MacaroniVb....t. CURED 0'_,,.,* HIM earritd in flock for .:- '.t \
1,000 bu. Pedigree lotstora per sere. Birds ....,.,. t" "
effects In millinery decoration<< O lUilXDU Tf.M,
other "4tlt 14 ton. of rich Billion Dollar Urais Bay.eoooo ..- 'trt ''j
fa ropsy QuickRellsf.
. .a seen In the Purl models were I f lb. Victoria Jtane for sheep-per A. Beet Uaehlaery,LcwMt Prloes and Best Tersas 7 '.
I O.OOO lb.. Tcosinte, the fodder wonder :
'. mall Held poppies, scarlet anemones,. v 64,000 Ibs. Salzrr's Superior Fodder Corn Removes .11 1111101'1.| 8 to sodars Write us for catalogue, prices, VASELINE: :; '
Held dn Isles, violets, cowslip, lilies of -rich, juicy fodder per A. ; effects a perm.aent' cure etc. before buying. CAPSICUM i '" | ; "
( ; : tbe valley and other of the small bios- Now, such yields you can have ;Mr.: tetote6.d.y..That treatmentgheufree.Nothtngaa .,. .. : ,.
i aom.. Much favor lies been shown Farmer In 1004!! if you will plant Ssixer'sseeds. WHt Dr.N.H.6....'.bcfairer Seas, awSSS...,..lId s'U& _a wB.fla'v*

fcy the French milliners so simulated tA.C.L.lJUST gp..laltrt.. gee B Ausia.aa.THECOIVIET. most debt+'SSl'e. }** .... sCpnaSMlP rl.anti.
fi> SEWn THIS HOTICK AKD 100. s1AWMILLS1 .. u.lltr
'; malt gropes and other small fruits in stamps to John A. Salter Seed Co., 1* It will stop tai.t.othaehe at ace'a '. <
':'" boxkleb rrle.. In great dense clusters Crow, \Via. end receive their great With ., ctlUa- ...yynsr&ftz&ss-*
r l': .In, their pray dusted bloom. trimming catalog and tots of farm seed _pl... } JOAl ear,' ; the H.aoekKlnc .- ..trrtttatkaowaalse. sans
i1 J beta PREB Variable feed Works are aa ...-ad, far pains. la the sheet and
; < most attractively/ Millinery eelled for ...11
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, Ii A physician in Germany has discovereda Wrjtaforfulld.Serl sad aU rt.-m.ISo.raicte.; reepla1vita
! )rl Trade Review.yk . method of obliterating wrinkles.Mrt. ITV Awn or-oriSAVIOM.alrmglars. .A trial'WtU prove what w.tOO' .
will found to M S.
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; Y. Nil ,. .AL WOREIWtn.kuH.lam.N.C. lit .. be. :
_.. apes w. epsekk. I. .ngpitlSMJ'1
i tb -, >Ul.t data For Aftu._... 1M611 .Vlnslow'f BoothlngByrn forehlldren M.w..hre, 1, BMB. beAOf all Iotya: +p.
!. 1: A light shade of violet broadcloth Is BOX PXBATXD TOr' WAIST. tNthiDC..rteD the gnmsrrednoes Inflammation
lutl.e4 tor a. lovelr afternoon gown. The allays palB.rur swtnl epljo! }fle.bottle- i.'r.'V &w .d...-.. : w. t.trby..ate /i-.3 a

:. skirt 1s long and bald a circular. flounce four Inches wide with one aDd flre- Ban.llwoat.JUlat oared ......... .eo.Waab &11.'"
; er. by ROYAL FOOT WASH. ...
( : finished with four,wide fold. li\ tuck eight yards of. allnovtr lace for yoke FEET THAT BemoTaa odors of feet, _pltel..[. Keeps tho feat csoL II -, ..-.. <; ', i ,

if: effect Tl .;;.waist tag a;yoke of,cream and cans!: and-four :yards--of rucblng' 'Dot at drugglg a,md 2SO to XATOH.Dnvp-Co.,. A? Jf'l'a. OA., I I .tot* tnet. Raw.Torts t nir.J +'

, ;!f+ lace ,beet -whltt chiffon..1bd j this sa trim a* illustrated, ,. .fo,full fU r ,.postpaid, j sample, postpaid, toi Jo stamp. ; Omc sppiloatioa proves. lu merit: I '" .; .
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p beginning April 4th. This will give the citizens of Kissimmee

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1&Mi. Opticians in the U S.t,, Mr.,Haw 6s has all the modern appliances -

. I 3. ;: L::=_ ---, I --- lit -for tlieyScieutLfic-adjjuitmenl-iqt glassesto:..the- .eye._. ..There: .i--'-'*-,

n \Mt.4 ; ViA411 EW YORK t "'\ .s no Optician in the U. S. who enjoys the confidence of the people ,1, ,

. -- more than Mr. Hawkes. His name b> a familiar word I" ,

lit throughout a section of country inhabited by .over twenty-five
i, millions of people. Mr. Hawkes has probably adjusted lasses -i iI [

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) CALL FOR PRIMARIES. I Klmlmmw. Fia. March IHth. 1IW4 Notice of Election. Notice Att.icliment. Do than any other Optician living. The firm was established' in 18"
At a meeting uf the Campaign C<>nninitNH of :Notice;. I" lie.rehy Rlxen bet l W I. Vanl'iComjiiin .7.*>r A 70. .
.- ? Trt. following. nail for democratic primaries the Doinooratlo Bxocntlvn Coinmittam, th* > fol- In compliance cub the law l In such cssei h.n lnMltlll( *>1 R ",lll )iy, ntIII 1 1I.
6TU.ofIo&e'Uflt1 waa made. DY the I)etni>- lowtnir ImvpArtorn and Clarke of el ction were. m*il e *ui:f :iirmHe-1; ,. II I* Ii.r-h, BMIIOIIIK, .ei* ii.nidorlcrc.1 I I.. the t Itrnll I Court. of the !,pvtntll, I JiClnnllol iii 'IK! I : .
ctrolto County Executive Committee at thulr apix.inte.1Pre..in4: that 1 an Fiction. will I I 'Ic. hillatnUlttier ) I, I tin, Mat.. of Kliirliln' for iHKlii >""-, <.la'aiil EYE STRAIN
niMlm. h.K'lal lat ..1'1.1| I)ilrit '0 ::1.1.. .- (C oiinty *( MrS x Unllh, ThlUfi '<" "
-c RESOLVED lit. Section I.-The whit* dom- Im W.therbIneluIrtor.: Frank Fnrnorth, <..eolalountVia( on Sntiir.lnv !itlll l, da) of :.;li.lanl r. H A J j.IIIt coil: sll 1 othor i-r I Do i r
t .OCTI1CV0441101' Oaceola will hold"" clerk.Pnt. April I. A l> 0:5(1.: ( in determine who <,liall\ ., i rvr pot.* I lute rtM ; County a Nt>. 2.-.1. H. Bmtixnn F. H Tin.T, I Cl Tni.tce. of t the( sfr&eii: I S|II et IM! I lux fceln;., .1 mix saiil; HI tliin at I''i."L; uin Hon,,, :."ki"1*
Primary Eleiitlon Tn....;&)'. May 10th, IIX)'. and i O. H Ivt.j", llwiMX'tori W 'Li. Mo..el.. t-lt'rlc 1'II.II'I..t0; ::1 for ,tun leer.. nIt Miter ...1" uliilitioe Clt) .-itiI. I 4 i.iiutv' ail.I 'tsli4tti .. ..n Ih,' I ;I of vision. This cm be cured in many cases by the correct
C k If rjeoeaaary, June 7th, 1901 to nominate Pr *-in No. 8 -W. 1... Campliell.; RaT ,*,>..,1 : p'edlon' ( anltoflt tlc, niimlii' "r nf' mills "ti dav of \t rtl. '% I! 1'JOI.* tho 'miinc l.tlliKrult .I t fitting of his Crystallized lenses to the Call
lanier B D. Woot . W. L.. ... : \ : eye. early he positively -
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the following ticket to be voted for rllstrli t ->i hool t.t l"u levi I el fur cecil liaAM "r IH\ of the} Knlil'1 oiirtl
I lantl. clerk.Proetnet\ t In o ears, l I'.f >th. I I'IS I :t remains but 5 days as he lidos other engagements for later
: by Mush elector except where ipeclflca'Ii' uta No 4.-H. C Thomas .1. L D. ,, i .
i: >n, \v A Hill US Tliomns Hint M A <(< <>,1..111 l ;.1-11.;i \l. I 1FF.Clerk .
ted to the contrary. In the General Election! In F H Warrnn I InnpHctoni; ; A. ' dates. i

3)r. November next and also thoee position which I tl.Precinct_. PJ.I.. No: ,..8..:.,;K,,A.......Htauhonion..!_. ,. :.. T I.. ..W.;..... ti.rV I of sal I II W.l 81-:\USI'laliillfTs. CAUTION. I would caution the public against buying spectacles
--- -- - - -"" "'" I li.iui \ of thr Uotird of Pulillc I Iitrii ''n- Allorn. :>
are to M filled 'T recommendation. ;' \ .. ', -- -. from
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tloti Osi eola ( >uuty peddlers going( from house to house with lot oft
One candidate. for U 8 8 nntorOn I Pr.*;einet No A.-Jamm Lanier, W. R lie, 1 I- Till- -Hi tIny Marcti. 1'1 Notite ('Dr Publication.Illpan a ,
c .. candidate for Second win. Willlfl. Hall liMMMtonl.| J. U Until,'n. I He :*,!1 AVFOKP.CbMlrnian. spectacles representing 'them to be Hawkes'or setting the same I
Congressman .
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clerk.Precinct I me lit fif the Intent I II
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I Diet riot)... No 7.-Frank Walkw.Chiw Camp W B HINTON ...inrl< Omre.1 O(iHlmmll'e. ElI, F'<.(li 1 I',. 1 *111.1 l I > grade of goods. Hawkes'spectacles are -II > peddled. Many
'Om..ndtdat1or. of bell, C. A. Unilurhill tmix.ot.ur: J. H 'V..II'r.el. Notice In hrrpliy ulvi-n. thm tic fcilloulimnarnfl of the inferior that j
: JTbttloe the Supreme Secretary . glasses flood the
? ... .. .. lll.r lin' 9l.I l iiotlir "f hitnt' i .'<.n. t coun.i.: a.ic positively injurious
.Court., (term t yean), Prm-lnt' No. 8. John B Knnlx. F R T'jii -- to niMke flriftl, proof lit upMirt| of hl. .Inlm. I to the eye
Three oiodldatea for Justice of the Supreme pen, W.1. tt Cnrr inHi> "ctorrt: t*. W li...t. Why Not Learn to Speak Spanish? mi,1 I that ,"MIII"r( ) | \\1,1 l In "IUHI I 1..I fort. 1 "irk .. '
ch.CILArnee.mentn C"uIl4onrl I" at Orlan.'<.. i''IR. on April I J!. I J'till.
COQIttstm:: ( I.ea) You of the III, I :lit tamu< I.fj8C arc '..:vcr Peddled.
of oanlilabM for om>.. w.rftx'l can secure copy new MIMlnoiit: 1''Il..f MinimumFin I : 'I'It
i Cue candidate. for OorernorOe UN tolluwMtte *: edition of booklet' entitled "What to :?7 nil. foi the S ', of ,N\% ', 1'0\\ I4 of ,sKU nnil ,
I (tv' ,. .candidate. for Secretary of BtaUj .Himittor If I Il tHIM Sav In Spanish and How to Say It"DY NK'4 if WI.> *cI.1.. 1'I.| .4 H K, .-.). .EWe t WAIT FOR HAWKES and not only get (,.lapses: scientifically f
Oa.'OUIdldate .m"' *! HOUMO IlHj!>rtM ntntlriM 1<4 <>* imrnoN lhi> folliiu\ IIIK M fib In |'ro\e 'j"
1 ,J i ,* for Attorney GeuealOIIe1Ja OounrrJulif" limi* l sending1 two cents in postage", toW llll CllltlllllOIIH, reelI otter, tlMMI" Mil,1 I < II111 VUlllltl :. adjusted to your eyes. but secure a pair of h". Crystallized Lens J
4l4ate for Comptroller.Oa Hhuriff tit <>l H. Leahy, Division( Pagxenger uf ..ld lauilIa: es, the most briliiant lenses '
Clock of ., I , t spectacle' in .stc.ce. i
*eandUaM for Treasurer Circuit Court V> Ul Agent, Atlon' Coast Line Railroad.S""o'nah. William Eec. iif klimlniiiiip. Hn.,
-, Tax Aeeer 4 1 ((.01 I n.'I.1 l I l' K -.i n of
for of Public
,OQeaanlldate Superintendent Tax Coll.wtor .. Ga. xniil W ,
411 Ol ITmiitl 1,1 f fJefTenioll }
I: 8tN otloa.On County Huit| Public' HI i)) 1> I'nuciXl, of ChIAO" r"laW A.K.HAWKESJI "
: candidate for Cofmnlsilaner of Agrlcultone County *4urv..y.g I 5 oCnunty > U ROlli) NHOS.
.......;,:;.i., County' T..urol'J!\ 00 lIelll.-. = ,

J i / .aa dldate for Railroad Commissioner. M mmri V..l1.i..r'.or t4t hool Bl ... . .... I 1 (O 00) fI"'"' __ .. lavtitor aad Sole Proprietor of tile Hawk.. ...te.t.. J '.
# 'Ooe candidate for Adjutant General JUMtlOAl Of PMHn .. . t10)/
'.On candidate for State ChemiitOn C..n..h1.. . .. i i II) IL. TROPICAL = He Will Positively Remain but 3 .
County Regixtration fliHeer . H t)
candidate, for Judge' of the 7th Cl cult On motion:' of M Murtihev. Corumlttiwaojonrnol ; __
.'On* 0&D4. ...for Stale AHor Jey lor the 7thfrenlt. ""lto call of the ChalrmonW I : .,' .5 dl. 1k A aOc.a& AA ,
\ J. H CAKli "9'
I' On candidate Member of the fconse of Notice _ Pine AppTilr :
'", .pneentatlvM.On ,- of Application tor .1 v. i j R- ?3 3 ;SHaVSrAi>?VvS> ; )

I , candidate for County Judge. ,,4, 'Deed Under Section 8 of .j ; y4Ci i !

j - On eandldat for SheriffOn Chapter 4888 Laws ot ..w-, Shorthorn and Hereford50 j !
C eandldat for Auenoraf Tax.. .
; ( On candidate. for Ta* Collector '
4'- On Claa4JdaLe for Saoervleor of Reg utrattonOneotndldaJ ,I )i..tie It he-eby given that A Barber.-purehaaer I. AndWine ) Registered Breeding Cattle
of Tat Ortlflcata i 50
for No. 2tl: dared the
Superintendent of Public
: $ 2nd d.yof Jnlr. A D Ipm" ', hae Bleil .1.1 lertlilc I -
)c.,4 : t Inatruetlaaof County. < lu uiy offlna. and has made appll( 'atlon :E=Hu.'follc Sale r
one nnddat' ... for Clerk: of the Circuit Court. for tax deed to l..ue lu aoonplanoe with av. :.-- ______ ,.

g ,.On*candidate for County Treasurer Mal<1 tvrtlfliate embraces sitoeted. the follnwlu '..oaerlbed I 'II! .A-pril. 12::: and '
property In Osceola Cuu'Kr t 13.::: ] eo -
_, On.>oandldal* for State Senate Florida towltN : 4'i y "

'O i.candidate. for County Surveyor >..i.uf Slil4o': 8W4! 8 4, T H R8GE0( _, ill AlIlnllllu".. t.. tI.k ,..v.. ., RI1,1, ...,,"...."t'.1 ......n.t ....' r""IO .II",.. r..1x .
4r .. acr* .un c..t.1. >CIt1. 0.. Ko'I'I'ml.., II" ... ..,, in.unthaNo
;- FIT dlda. for County CommlMlonereThree The .ahlla..I.bel..g aSsessed 11 .Ioi p. WO' .1,1. ........"1.IU/ It.d.
at the dIe of flit. for il.nlW I lI'S ,
1 'caodl!<1at e for Bordof Public Instruc- the Issuance of such certificate In the name. of or t c-li itick n. :ru. 1 .r ft."I Ilirt ii-itr.
VV B M I V.vlI..n., - i
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r1 Unless said certificate shall be redeemed an -S $. I PALMETTO PARK STOCK FARM. ":
roar Atleg-atat. at larfe for National COb..eD)06. cording to law tax deed. will Inane thereon o. ; ,
,, .- ...- ._ | the 4th day"of April l :, A D :1901. $ has cured more bad l jj Z C CHAMBLISS & Co.. PROPRIETORS '
Two the Rill! day of February A l) I I1XM '
:, .triot to National jrentlon JSO M. Lit!';. _ i cases: of Indigestion( $ w << -r t.1
rc roll*nemoerof National Committee of Demo. (hAL ) Clerk Circuit Court. .7Joi'J; r>>:. r>> '
,, > .. Oneeola Conner Florida LuGri i -----,.---- - .- - ''t'1
f ratio I'art'l'hln, _ $ |>] c, Stomach -- --- ---
Bj ail
S -".'_______ _M..h..a_ __n _at_ _Y.e_._ or._ _Dpmoort11r ____n'_..".. ULLLOCK. I P. c. .
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,Mat* C
_1u,4'KpiiaXeniberor orOlatouD.; &O.moor1c8tete,. Committee mad Iu' *acc'iirdanre cud. provided with It the In IMW hereby in such nnoiincrd"ai
: Tea raembera of Cftautf Democratic Com- and ,t..Jared tbd an Flection will 'lx held at '
s1tl0b.vote4fbJo'theIt rupoctlpro., BameuKLr. In Spend) Tax School Plotrlrt No. C. M. BROWN | ALL OTHER reine- J ; that seems to have no :
1' darrola Ci: iutrU on Saturday.. 9tr day 4I'IMPRSS '
1- ....t'elact. : of A.ri.| | A D I'KH. to determine who nhall. | ing, can be turned into a turn'i'i>
fir frmldentM Blacton .""". se Truu'oeiu of the aforesei,1' i'lptC'I.1' Tee dies combined. ular if
The Candidate i iJ S ring,
One In tic* of the Peue for e..h ni.(rlcijf rhool III"trIN No. 4 for IWO y...... sect after PeopU'n for you :
each said. .le"U..n: ILlld to IILthe nnl11l. 0' mike OF" about the kind of Fertilizer ?
,, , On*Conatablfl for Justice OlitwlrtVac of ,lIatri.-t ....h..1 t.ox w be levied for' earls of GOVERNOR FLORIDA. i ThIS: ,
.. : fitel pootentlon. for forfntiaiing! a plat acid 1 two ytiir I you need for your soil. : .
: ''form.AcaJnvteui. U It I>urroneo. Chance Chandler Kobort !
i Write for
Al.leriu. ln/iM-rt| ,. and Robt LaVIartlu. : i our little booklet 1
l *. Coli-nation .fOl'mulaUnll aJI1atfOl'lD clerk of *I., rleetliinUoue 56 YEABS A CITIZEN OF #. UPON YOLU. on Fertilizers, which is free .
/ by order of the Board of P"bllcD- -it--- -C. .
'-Section 3._;:ThM a oommltW of fire conilit, itnictlou Onccola Ootivtjr THIS STAT: -f for the asking. '.>,,,:
This Mb day of March. I:M>4 .
rfI'Ii. ,
COf A B Bearden Chairman tnij, four othento H c STANFORD (I, -- - --_ ..'
tw aM>Olntd 1>T the Chair. In made a cam Chairmen -'

, tt paten-committee and that said committee bare W u- llI-cee!'>84-crekiry; A Soldier Under General B. E. : See your DnrgglNt or I '. lilUflest\ GasH Price :.

.U.i..osarblapka1d ballots printed and _ -.s- .
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; Paid tor
r'the noUoe of election published.; ".0 see that ih'e* Health Vitior and ToneTIeibine Lee from Flrmt to Last Day. : write the Maiiiiifac- Dry Bones- '( ,
w t.ilou.blok.04b1loI: ] box- are delivered I -
a boon for suJTereig from
r to ;'aomnlttaeman of. each precinct. "together" I'I' FLORIDA ,
ane mia. Hv its use the blood in turers. FERTILIZER MANUFACTURING CO j
w ; ritbpoIlUat, et*, atideametobe delivered byV quickly regenerated and the color be- I'
mgte.mea( Inspectors. Alto that said Carrie. four "Yankee" bullet '
come The
drooping strength : GAINESVILLE FLORIDA.
', ;
< c.lta1lt5S name the Inspectors and clerks and is revived. .The languor la dimin a* a gentle reminder of L,i ,.
-" ' In f ae4 make all '.aoe ..". arrangement! Joe ished. Health AOENT. W. B. MAKINSON
. :'' iaU ..leet1olt.t vigor and tone pre that (great bloody atruggleFB1ZND : CO., KISSIMMER: FLORIDA. ,"':
h J primary dominate New life and activ ,
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: .;' .''- !<1edI bytbs oamp..c.mmlue. Mlddlesborough, 111., writes: "I have 1tI'
-- 1. to become I.TIUt I. I = -= =. -= = -=. .==-= = :;:
Aecttogi Any> person < ilrliaT a beu tioulilfd) ,* ith ]l\er! complaint I i
'...J 'a
_ >. '>es k r Of UM l.e1aer.i,haH-.l.bit name Inll 10' bebelljjne'llke\ IIf>dlntt. I hope THE PEOPLE. : I

P? "i.a tBUi. .nalrman.; &..! *ther with the loin ofvoneyauaacsedtatbeofflosby never too lie without it. I have wished" I. TROPICAL iJwsAwjvIHead ..'1'A '
"'1 or on the 2l.t that I had known of it in my husband's thes :

,. 1 1110I.' "- lifetime. 50c at Thomason & Kober- : .j
: Tli .I> of *IIIVICIo1I and rlerka son's. MANUFACTURINGJacksonville Are sure 'jf:
; 'i.Altll. pbrdaj each with '8ve cents i F trouble 1

., ". way" lot Inspectors* aellvarla baits Invaluable Rheumtttlstn.. next overtake
The and you.
.:, : : and ,.to..... V have been buffering for tho pant farming laboringmen COMPANY .. \ doa'ttak* 1
l :.f.;:;: .;. "CD.b' th..1sup.etoy1 ot olectl..u I Ii few years with a 86vvie attack of thfiiraatism his fliat coali. cration. \
., ti.tetursl to the 1aal1' of and found that. Dullard's
:4't ''f' "aUnf DuI. emoeratll"EJteol1 ". :c-rnlltee Snow LlaiiDcnt was the only thing- GOOD WAOIS_ -FOB; HONEST j; Fia. j;

':' bJ'....1eIli 01 agaxS ,jI, 'that rave me satisfaction and tended WOBJI: ,
All whlte: Pe111OT1I :wbo see to alleviate my ,palc March 24th hu )
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xe/Is uCla' ,
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1902 ;John C. S
ExicI1Lh ComlDl," Kinsman Ilia.
oaU 01 Lib4
..MII 5 per deadly
." 25o, SOo and tl at Thorn son & Itob- -- -' \
.... Ja' .4 prllDaI'J' -
d k
.sftbs1IbIA13o. regul '\\f
.ra School POLICY. the :
'a. Primary \
.. orson
be 1t .i- II; -, Roberson.'j
.f shell
__a ...... .. Nit 4'P I -'it. the
No. Ir .
-ww, ...s.-.p." .... except. sod PNeIDCI'Cloe. asir ...... Th Railroad Commilon. *- : I tlon h '
-r ..which. f nail open si *.;*:>< Manager Kanted. I -% liver
Hard Beads.
*='.- ::lal y-';.' ibiI'b.; .' oa ..rltteotaW or Trustworthy lady or gentleman to : FOR SALE BY : ,

..-! b&l1oI..NClIP. ,onforn1iiy: with. 'lb'f manage business. In this county and Administration. Paymentof : I 1 : )
.. etecdnu 0w In. so fareC practicebloUs fur I JOo .. ).
:- m of th..ol& oJJolulug( wrl'iLorl well and fa-: th.Stat* Debt :BgVatlon
.e" :.TbaI Teoutlv ommltte be rorabljr known house of solid
< flnanCial Kissimmec
-. : I"__Jf, bo.that 4he Bam* *>lt iLaiidlng0' $20.00 straight cash of Orimlnal: Corporation and Drug : : i
oeI4 I'_ be plaeed oAJ, .and For Sale in ;
1' SS e''Ir .bf alary expenses palo each Monday Trojta '; ;
: f .1A..wJo' : \ check,. direct from I :
,,! ', -.- ,' by : headquarters.e '
:- 'L .moo'1'or'811 '-, ,o* ,. mon y advanoed Poslt4opsrf11DOE ) Thomasou \
,.'' '--Addresi, Manager. 010) I A MAST Or DBIDS D ee, Fia. ; &

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