The Kissimmee Valley gazette

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The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-

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Valley,'EatafalUlicd( 1a94.t, CoMolldated Nov.nt" .. 16, 1897. 'Fla. April 22 1904.'., . .. ' 1tII.....1,,;,.. .17 .
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%' MAYOR'S. MHSSAUE.A : .. ":.' 'Rent i atteutlun-to.': . THE EXHLAHATlOruJanes Notice.of;; Application (or' Tax,, ." 3.-01014J,1 pprewlptlos

.o4. rience hat shown that the Marshal baa ; Deed Under 'Section 8 Oi DRUGS 'M. G".;Taoitt.sGM.'D: ;' (: '
.'Able Paper Sett'lag: Forth the dot the time''at hUdlaposal to i l look after Ho. btates Hi. Rea- .. Ckfl"iaedsesaliw f i ;
Nsetlsof' the Town ..,,- tio...- the streets and vacant lot. I recommend BOBS for Withdrawing From Chapter 4888 Laws; oi PATENT: AND, .'' ,".' '' '' '?II' I-

.lag Valuable Suggestion to th.t""tha" 'scavenger. be ecl.ployed Senatorial Coato.t. ..Florida.Notice .PROPRIKTARY..,, i -b. ". MASON
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howbyilren Ojerjlrwrt : : ROBCRSOp t "
:: the City Council.tossiMMBB for that purpose, ..ndthat.p.rocoodlngs ITrom Uio ".ilunrlllo Bur. "nrehssereCTaxCertificates Nos.05,570t74.ale / ,MEDICINES: ( I' .
loot, ', : FLA. April Q.':"':'l ,/I)m. dated in.-nth Oar pi./nneA l> 1W7 h.. ", 'I.- .
I'LA. 5 be taken Under the ordinanceto Trtpsvitijc, ,
: April fl led i..M. ...oertiaoalva ely offloe, and has mio STATIONERY. .I
Totlia; Town Council of the Town of clean up the vacanflota and streets have withdrawn, from the senatorialrace. \ application. for tax deed W Issue In aooorJaucewUh'latr. ,TOILET ' DRUGGISTS

KUsiinmee City: under his supervision. Notify lull collcerli.. d. Said oerilflonun 'embrace the -'0/,10",1011/ ila ; ; ,,
. .1 ualAld In Omeola oouiur, --.w'" "
tAroTter Wade II. Jones. !bed property
1 Itf addressing you briefly1 ujlon the In-Concluslon'" my services F 'f' t
affairs of the Town, I desire 1.0" a.1I1 'ln the solution of the Important "The above telegram Carrie to the WoSWffi'tae.. M. N 4 of 8KK and 8EW! of C30AR$ '. r ,;
15.TtK or, WU of NVfU.K.U fure's; pfufls flCGUfatelu GornpoundGd. -
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your attention ta.the marked iinprovt ''esttons that confront you; and to Miami Metropolis )last night and in or NWWf and H\Vi uoc23sodhJ4ofNW'y! j TOBACCO ,. '

c 'went In tho general condition of 'this' express the ho-po that by the united accordance with' the wlsn; expressed Sec The':JfllnTpJt Raid landa.helii, H K2M' a assessed. at the dote of ETC. .- -"

Town. This Improvement Is' so ne I co-operation of the officials of the therein by Mr. Jones It Is published the imnance' of auoh certlfloateii lu tbe name oYP . I' ,
obIIJt. Unless paid ccrtlltoalen shall' be r ice''
tloeablo and. U "f so substantial a nature i Town and of the taxpayers you for the Information. of those ..concerned. acoordliiK u> law tax deed will issue Pruct1 dose FID** Mcht'' MDay'ty 'w'a' htspiaf'ULLr'so CIT
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as to 'Justify the belief, thai I If the'end of your term bu'able to look M on my lhor ofllolal>ih day signature of April A and DliKK.Wltn enl tbtlJOliN. M Expert u4 Careful :A, SHARK -6r'ROSAOK' YOUR ,'AT ,,

your administration should determine, back upon a record of :'l successful 'Whatcould have possibly occurred live 2Hrd day of March P K LEE:.' Pl1anDacllt. AND WILL: #' 'I

after a close consideration of the needs achievement and of continued_ progress 'bring about the withdrawal. of Mr. [1IIA1.J] Clerk Circuit Cuuit OR TO MERIT THE ENDEAV's SAME BY' 's '.i

C of the Town, to make a 'special effort and prosperity. Jones the Metropolis Is at a loss to 8 H BULLOCK Oioeola, D U County, FlorIdLBy 'New DrIll Store. Next ,to' PROTKCTI1NO ,YOUR IMTERESTS ,. "'"
h J. W. Al>EttHOLD! understand as ha had the united support I .. kf
needduju'U] keep
to meet these ) pace : .
Slant r/ $. JN ALL OUR t1 aI''INOS.

Vrilh the general Improvement, that.8uch Mayor of both political tact.lonl.ln this Notice of Application for Tax -. .. "' .

t effort on your part will have flu, W. C. T. U. Convention.. county, and [If f ever a candidate had a Deed under Section 8 of ." I .

taxpayers hearty approval: In other and endorsement word'I It Is miiiil the, ? J I delegation Tuesday, April 12, of the Mrs.Kissimmee Fartu- cinch one. "he certainly appeared' to have Chapter Florida.Notice 4888) Lawsof 11Ufl11111111Ui11111111111,1111111111UU1111t1111111fTf1111 t, " ' 1 11t111111w : :Q "

feet all that the Town Is ripe for 1 Editor of the -
to at Stir: It hereby given that J. W. 'Slmr'enn.p..rch..or ,
muclalpal improvemunt and that the! worth Mrs. Aultmian, Mrs. Leo and The above clipping; will show the 0' Tax Certiflcaun. Noa.-flM and IMS I See That Big, Sign: rCITYBAKERY :I' i
Mrs. Chandler left for Lake City to dated. the -nd day of July A D iwn, h.a Sled '
taxpayers a.1'evlllln to pay the bill. condition of things In Dade county said centnttatoa lu my orncea.dTnmsdoso- :: -
In thi* connection I shall venture to attend the Annual State: Convention when I withdrew from' the senatorialrace. Klit-atlun for tax deed to Issue "In acoManc. I :" : i

offer/ a te'f suggestions.EL1CCJTK1C of the \Vo m lion'II Christ!an TemperanceUnion. with Said law.oertlflcatei. embrace the following, described 1 <

The train as often happens property situated. in Oncoola County, .. __ __ .r" '
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LIU II1' PLANT. The endorsement of me'this week bya 10 ids to-\\'It: fc-I::: -' f " i' ' i-| --<---Lail-mi.|
when one wishes to particularly be on EWofNWUof and ff KW* Cor _
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t Town has ('caucus of the conservative' leadersand :NEk!: -of East 10 ch Ins South 10 cbaltiaW'citt : That Is the P1oceto.'GetlM;: : ;a. :'
It. I I.* a fact that the out lane, ...a.. late and lost more time its 8KU. 10ohalni\ all In Boctlou g .. '4 ,
,r ..growtho capacity of tbe Electric the journey progressed, until Jhafn '! editors of Dude county, at' West 24 In Klchalni TowiiBblp North!2b South of R..nge'2IElllt.. :::I
I Palm Beach aeciyfld, mo practicallythe Tho laid land being aanenaed at the. dOl'f :
Light Plant.ThU fact.haH. seen) clearly change .'n one system to another the issuance. n( such certificate In-the 01 '
unanimousTvote" of that county said cerllHcatfn | Something i Good to Eat S
) proved \by the testimony of competent was missed and the delegation which I and as I bbould have carried Qrevard .Unknown shall and bo redeemed II f according Unless to Jaw., tax : il '
experts: and from actual experience. had 1 grown to half a dozen were obliged I lived will issue thereon on the Bth day .1
| by the usual majority my election was M II\v, AD JWM.Wltnein . "
t. rest. in Palatka, thus missing my official, aluiiaHira and neal this == .. ;
assured odds hith .
clear that business. 1 by unpreceilenlud tho imli day of March A D 1904.JN ;
It is equally as a the exercises ol the Con ;
opening ven-
unless the plant Is enlarged erto In the State of Florida. But this ". M. LEE:, 5 Fresh Bread, Pie and"Cake every 13ay :f __*, J/ ., ,,,'

;. proposition sufficiently to Hupply the public tion.The addresses of welcome and endorsement came too( late and under fsiiLl) Oiceola Clerk County Circa; Court, Florida. tr Diamond Butter, Made from Pure' Creamy ,,1.1 Ulb I .Packs)' ':sfl ;:....
By 8 H BULLOCK. D O t: '. .
e demand 1 the Town wHi- Iw neglecting circumstances too embarrassing; to be ages.. .:::::lIt'' .
said to have been
further thii were moreinspiring available. As a matter of fact J. A, E Large AssortmenT Lunch Goods': ,;. "- ;;;;e. 1 .

An opportunity to serve utility and helpful than, usual. McDonald, the autocratic" chief of & Candy? We-Have Plenty of it from'lgto",'Also \ ,

public with a.nuclLneeded public Wednesday morning the President, Dade, has never been favorable to my Sr large Stock of Penny Goods. ,. r, / *lh. ; 5f kl: '
and will be losing on i [ ?
money :Mrs. AIIceC Drown, culled theTwen- candidacy, and his persistent and effective 'The Glen'a =? If too busy to come to us for Somthing ,Good ,to Eat, a'-'t.'
original Investment. Annual Contention to order i i \ *
recommend the ly-Urst ; tactics to obstruct my race 1 E Phone 65 and we will supply your wants through our'Free f Dept e11 "t'3
I, therefore enlargement after the Consecration Service had : : "' L'' '" '
drew my father unwittingly into some first-class : livery System. 1
of the Plant and that duo regard been conducted by Dr. Geisel of Battle r

'1)6 paid to future as well as present Creek, in which ho made every ono. endorsement affirmative. action fop m to). secure Now the the caucus present European Plan Hotel 71 1 LU1UllllilLULU1ULULULULUUl: 1 1 '; 11111111 i'lil11'11l1111111111i'( i .:. '';
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of our hearts burn within us with the
state of the Dade docket '
Is such i iI 0'1
WATKRWOHICB. I desire to 'lx ui; and doing the work "'
that this action would )Have caused i t.f -
The agitation of the question of providing I loft us by the' Master. him embarrassment la his official :'
The Con\'( ntion .rea the'Crusade position J, S. ISTRftTTON Pro. The
the Town with some adequate If I had continued In" the race. Largest'LINE / -;j .
la doubtless (familiar Psalm and sung, the Crusade Hymn .
form of fire protection If Mr. McDonald had only heeded the Iene7 "" '
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together.AH I. 1 r '':* ;
to Hitherto nothinghas TM
r you. voice Of the conservative masses and Have fitted up the room
"" resulted from this agitation, fur the btato officers responded to >
ever permitted me a prompt endorsement. recently vacated by the City OF SUMMER'G.O'OllS ; \
the reason that the taxpayers slave their names save the TI'ea.llurel'Jrs.. this trouble would not have ensued, dl, : :
lattie J. who is sO aged that I I. and the rooms above .
not shown a disposition to bear the C'rlppen, and I should have run to the end without f -?> t "'" ,,jI
I believe, however, that the she halo not burn able to meet In these 1 with the best equipment to be i "
I ezlrenee. I opposition. Thus, my father's intervention ; Ever Brought to Kissinimee.Freezers_ > l :
ime has come when tho taxpayers will annual gatherings for several years. the endorsement had and am now prepared to .;
got me caucus
The usual routine of business '4 i 4 , r. ...$/l'f.jP": :"
was t" .
Incur the
be willing to ex-
necessary but it inevitably cut me off from cater to the wants of the pub- , '
There never has been any transacted. Mrs. Brown introduced I If i -- --- '- JI '"
pense. the nomination :; : t f..1
accepting ; under it. .
be derived in her own happy way all visitors and lic. Table unexcelled; large! Ii'(< : :
question as to the. benefit to Refrigertitof : ::1
So also did
it from
preclude me joining ;,
from a system of fire delegates who were with the Convention airy rooms aad comfortable .. ,;

protection. It proper. has always, been a for the first: time, each one responding McDonald my loyal and friends Hudson.and fighting I did both not I beds. Rates reasonable for'j j t: .Hammocks: ;, < .,: :;

question of expense. If you believetbatthe from the fullness of her heart to have time to consult friends about i Single Meals, Board by the \ Go CartsEtcl I't't
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taxpayers are Eo r ready to the Mr loving. ''Brown.One welcome. accorded( her. by the withdrawal, for the crisis came Day or longer., LIH ., > .;At Prices that Defy Corn- ;j., ,

bear>> the extra taxation, then I recomeneuil mother, was. in attendance'' With suddenly and the elipthtestdelal would t."ji, petition,... '. R' .,
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) that you at least give Ahem the her little daughter. whose mother had ,, < ; Ii' y 1'-
have cut off the 'conservatives 'from \ themselves[ ,at to the work 1to be Found at th 3'Store' iof,> T ,' ::
she opportunity poll to express- .-' ," ,- belonged wee tot. The daughter was she adopted"was a offering another candidate. r A, x!?, .: ": .,

..Having shown how one staunch .
by the Convention and the 'white rIb- you 1. . :' "
BONDS. b n..pinned on her by ordeir-of the conservative has been undone by tbe : :' :

The enlargement of the Electric Light Convention.The machinations of the mtsterlous and GRAVES AlrGRAVES \

Plant, and the Installation of a waterworks first department of work was uncanny McDonald, I desire to say to, > : : :, j;
Health and The discussion .
Heredity. .
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A ( system will necessitate the Issuance was led by Dr. Geisel who, talked to Senator Dlmlck, Capt. Atkinson and ..: '
ol hondi. The Town's bonding us of whut God Intended our bodiesto the other leaders' who wrought so hard """' ..

; capacity Irrespective of the pr*", .' the be perfect and how Christian it was one Impossible ought, if to one be and long at "headquarters"" to get .*. *** .*. ******* **.*..****.*********.*.....*.. ..**'*; '' :J?; ":
ant Electric Light Honda, Is I am Informed -
justice for me, end to the hundreds of

about *20,0110. It-la for you to railed to do to this rare/"" lor he gave the the live To cwd bqipUk 1 Icy[ al men of all clashes and callingswho i.| SUNNY SOOTH 'LIYERf STABLE ;:) ";

.ascertain whether this sum sufficient cable: 1st' -correct dross. 2nd-proper were ready to support me, that I ' ; ; ;! :
for the At rate I recoin food. 3d-proper sanitation. "9thphysical t A -, X
purpose. any shall remember them as long,; as I live ..
exercise.- 5Lh-natUl'e .. i TIMB BAS.. MANAsalls'm' l' \
mend that the freeholders be given a in diseases which Included nonalcoholic remedies with profound gratitude. Viva, Dade! .. ?,.;. I

chance to vole upon the question. medication. county! Viva Old Brevard! = Broadway Opposite: 'rostofece't! ;

, CEMETERY_ A plan was discussed whereby WADE tl. JONES.Do = > "" ''
# '' Bohoo a. week or ton days couldbe : -g:* .-..' t '10T1do 'Ij. ( '
The cemetery has fallen Into neglect conducted for the purpose ofgivlng It YOUR ORDER FOR GROCERIES ., ), ,

and needs attention.The- -walks are public lectures. on the vital _siJ>)ecis.. This time Today I, .."$...
overgrown with weeds anil wore shade At noontide the usual prayer which worn injunction" "never business with full equipment of 'new "'
Now .for Buggy
ft off 'till what can do open A ; /
is offered/ all round the world the put you
trees should be planted If this matter noontide hour approaches wan offered.So as today, Is now generally presented In will receive prompt attention if left : eies.Carriages and Surreys, Stylleh'{([1et safe); Horses 'a.ndDr1: +.; U "
Is left to private effort nothing Your solicited 'It.'ovil11 a our pleasure to please ,\ iF y
many good things were given this form: "Do it todayl"! That T with us. And what we deliver will ; vers. patronage > ', :
.. will be done. I believe that thin Is a that wore I to attempt to .give even a the i' our patrons. Give us a call. t '.,J ;f- II.
matter that. should be attended to by small part-of each session the editor terse advice we want to give you I be found of surpassing good.-quality ; '; \, ,'
the town. The care of our common would consign this report to the wastebasket about that'hacking cough or demoralizing 1 Phone :LO' 't ,"!- I' :'}: (J.t J.-,
so I will only I(jojible to tell oi cold with which you nave beenstruggling ; right up to the top notch of per- }
burial ground lieu Dear to the hoarUtof / a few of them. Among the, best was for several) \... ##...../.........."'..........., ,. MMM/R1.,;MiM. :. '. 4' {rthi
days, perhapsweeks. fection fresh and wholesome. If .
our people and I do not believe the Prosiduut'ti annual address, whichIf ;

6} that any taxpayer would begrudge the looked one has forward ever heard to with It, .is no always small. for' It .today Take-and some let that reliable remedy remedy be you doubt about our prices, the fol- t++++++ ++++++++++++++++++++*+'+" H I I.--i t.. .... ',

44 ,necessary cost. amount of pleasure, knowingvelfthat Dr. Boshee's German Syrup, which \'i1.ribn1 will lira yj an idea "
y ''w RAILROAD CROSSINUS.. we shall hear' of the victories our hall been In use for oVer thirty-five Semi Tropical Nurseries 8; :jj
There exiete considerable complaint hopes as well as our the work waiting to be done will be relieve cold and i ;
your cough or ,
the lack of railroad etc. r ..
1 'At proper crossIngs presented to us. its continued use for..a few days will : oDamaged Orlando, Florida.If ( .. J '
: on certain streets of the town. It The claims of the Union Signal, the CUM you completely. No matter how '. i H
$T.25 'sack to ?
appears that there is no ordinance official organ( of the W. C. T. U.. were deep seated your cough, even if dread corn per f you intend planting'any' Fruit;Trees this"fall,'send' me.;list i : ,

1 covering this subject. The railroad presented by Mrs. Dean of DeLand, consumption has attacked: your lungs, close it out. of your wants and I can save you money.or',Orange? '?each:and' .: : aj
who certainly must have been carefully German will 't
Syrup surely eileotacure "
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't' Authorities have expressed me a reading tlie Union-Signal, to ho -as I it has done before In thousandsof I Pear and all kinds of Nursery Stock. : : : J .

o ;' ttllllngness to meet the situation but able to present its many points of vir- ayyarently hopeless cases of lunar '.. .,!f.lnJ.t .
sS Lithe absence of express power some tue In so able a manner. Itmadethose trouble New trial bottles, 25o; regu- :cx ass! wW'.' R.'SPEIR: \ /.: ,''I!

i I1 confusion exists as to the requirements they who had had enjoyed been subscribers no. good( a paper.feel glad 'ar size: 7.!"'>o. At Osoeola Pharmacy.. W' fi MAKINSON= CO. +++t+'+'++t-t +++11,++ N" ++e+4:10: M++< .<". '. **>-..+4+,'.*.' *'.1... 't ," 'I,O""_. ./. t1.' :,
I and specifications of such crossing "
ht An address at night by Mrs. IIaney ;
: !. An ordinance should be passed on Christian, Citizenship was listened :>aooooooooouoc' )1GtE0t: .

1 similar to that In force In neighbor to .by a !good audience, who afterward i .

", lag Towns. attended Mrs. McCormick the reception at the homo of LET us The-lane of bad luck D4YouTake) QufotQR- a :

- w CLEANING UP. At the usual time the election of officers that have turning h
seems tQ no -
it }'' We have always prided ourselves was of officers held' and a complete elected. The newcorps ; IMPRESS can be turned into a regular It'. io 'to 1 :you 'do K'7OUare'.,Yictdm.of > : "' :;F '.:
were '
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: on the appearance of the Town. Qf f Recording Secretary had servedtirher ring, if you consult us malaria, : -a E f.!i .y

J: M .late however we have not paid sufli- office sixteen years. It was with pro about the kind Fertilizer Don't Do It. ItaWe'll Dhange+f oss., r 1.1. ''II, .a1.:,t "

1, Horehouttd found reR'retth8o we heard the old-tried THIS you need for your soil. admit U, will core Malaise. but'. It leaves ';#j 1iJ\-ti.i\ !.
Billiard' Syrup. officers decline to serve again, and it +' :. \
' Immediately relieves hoarse, croupy was with a prayer for guidance that I Write for pur little booklet almost". deadly. after. effects," I" ", ': .'-, ; ',':\.'" v
?t'' c cough, oppressed rattling rasping the new olHcers were selected.A I UPON YOU .on Fertilizers, which is free r r '. '4 to
Henry helpful and address .. ;p ; [ : ,{t I
t and difficult breathing. CJ.Stearns. . very Inspiring for the asking. ...H"R"'B'IN': E t
; 1 Druggist, Shulliburg, W Is?, iras listened to Thursday night by a ; *
writes May 20, 1001; "I bave been full house. Dr. Geisel la a physician .r ut 'I' ,l-.t-T"; '. *'; r ; ';1"
' elllnjf Ballard's' Uorehound Syrup of broad culture and fully awake to M pnrelr tegetablo and abaolutaly jraaraateed ,.::1:1to
V Y'' for two )'years and have never had a nil the new discoveries of the present i -. f\10h\ Price onre malArIa,*sick liaadacbe,, 1 Uliooanwo,'; i<-

preparation that has given better eat times, and gave us the benefit of her s.-% D'? -\' raid for Dry Bones: ?, \. .. aDd. alhtomaoh.- kidney ud.> )Jeer.'oomplaints.J.. ; (.) )1'
3' ,action.. I notice when I sell a boL- researches ancTstudles In tejing of .....' \ ,,'nr.Y.IT. ''l'Q-DAT. . :w
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came back fpr more.. lean tome of the wonders of our "Living ., ; ....
.bonest2y recommend It.." 25c, 60o, 11.. Temple." Fi RIDA. FERTILIZER MANUFACTURING CO ?s Csnt..ssyBottlK:: : ',U' pfuWets.' , ., y LPorSa1a'1 )...

nt 8ld.l1'Tboml.son( & Kobcrson": : At noon Friday Ue twenty-first annual -y . .1 1(; ..:.
convention was-deolared adlourn I GAIMESVILLE. "FLORIDA.: .. .. '.. !-' .... . .'
e4'' Half the asparagus crop of-Callforn ed and was closed by pralyar: .and the : :j ':KIssimmee> (by r.' 1r.\Y: ,
i, to was destroyed by th..noeDt.,4ood. ,singing of 'Blest be the tie that binds Aoffrrr WI .a'i KresIMMeEFLORInA '," \ .
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,'C' .-- '- "ttirtlebncks.. ". Tliejr would appear lo Helll. In addition to << Heavy, battery In* boati and rarlo'us classed& otiotj.eiloes. -:

A GREATQOMPOSEa . I .' harp been moll, cf rt covered wltli a i.f Kiiim, the VM; ell.cnrrlcl| :) a. built a steam trtg..l." ot "Tolce whirl) of.tnnlllvtl > 1-

"It WM a mistake to ask that manU strpjiq; leather pr9tf>etpd domed roof i body of .inuskctpcrs, ome' 0.( whom Jhe nemoloKOS, -
EARLY stationed ill her four ,fightng Hit" I'eopto! ," but which !III *,pimtlm) si1
h& thought America would orer pn>>. Ilivoiish porlhol>s or openings which : were nloft .,

due' * great oomp ler. I am afraid I the nrcliefti mid ('I'OIlHIIOWIOl'10111.1 | lopn. while tlio( i'ei"t were well pn.< --* !-- --"' ' -. "7"f' x tvS'-' .,. (!

you hurt his feelings." :ARMORCLADS. tire without oxinmliiit, thenisclve! They tei-tiil by; thi' loopholod bulwarks ontln t*: V'vt* -* m . II10

.:.: '"I, don't *ee 'why" responded Ui. provedvrf vffectlvt' against, the Sariftns , upper deck. Unlotklly for t tie UeKlcK is; v.-Y \.y \ *"<

musical young 'woman. : ( ( IIIIt' Hi 1U1H:: iho entrancof the <<1'It..llIlI 'n. i.lio 1'1\11\ lIrOuIll11It'\ ,

"He' 1 tbe I11Yf'otor"4f a .oot liI..yrup.Wallhlng1'Ou -Nllo vii 'forced by seventy of tliiite. fi>nnlie Ivxd effi-otpil anything at all.

niul fell 'Into the hiuulx. of the Si>nnInrds -

Star.. I BY MAJOR C. FIELD.ENGLAND.: CLE 'M little Hut nriiioi'olndi Ju the iFVcanllwe*. the. Surnceiiseem who jilclnniued.. her th.' .. .cUlln., & *rKt3l+.& "Ji

71TH....rman..t1y CU"d.'l) lib orneoua. to have "Roilt' ,ni&_etter" In the JUlllllh or..llI we .would say. "Bogey", :" '.i

ot., n..ssarter nrst lay's us*of Dr. KlIos'sQi-nat - --- .-- prolutlon of .urnior t>r\> rtectlon.! for, it They contrlvmiiii keep lier afloat nud

,. N.neRHto.r.f2trlal liottloanil treatlsefr** Is said Hint the "Orent Dromon"wlio8e brought her dowit to tlie'ciuup of AIM-! .
'I' Pr.RH.Ki.m l.til..tfai A rob "t..I'blljl'PJL' ; ..... .
hc became
of''II.' OJC.. r.TIlOrcn: Ol'II ol't'1Bttthh'l! faiittirv by Itlvbard Llon-Heurt under'of' 1'ar'mawlitro! agrenl :

the love of the 'other fellow far ydvr' __ v iiro !Kc-iipru liy "II1M.ld(,. I.I[ I' .

money that is. thcj-oot of nil 1_.. .:J

1'1. dlo.of tlif last century.. acOf \, : '," .' >AD. ,;/
Ladl.. VTa r ShaiMOo ", .1, .' : IXI\ I: -_ 1-.1

alt* stnallar after untnir Allen'sEuo 1"00t. cordiiitf to u hlfjh.authority.' known-- us tlio.Fnltun I'' Tills tile firatj/ $

: a powJer. It maltos tight or nawasjr. ..blMll -ni'iuor. In the Jt'llt'rlll.t.xtt'lult"t1 u"e ofI -.,-- wurMilp ever constructed, had .C'jher :
Cures swollaa. hot, aW..Mln!. ....blne he word, him been" lined for tlie protection 'l' nl en in t thirteen feet '> '<
f...... tn ro\Tlac nails. eorn_ and bunion*. At sides' no lc..'* limn ';
,..... -..- .--- all linndtlnta aa
''Miss. WhUtaker prominent D T>tT nT.aut>stltut.. Trliil pnokatre FUCK, bymall. thousands, ,.i\f .vi-nrx. Not of coitr e.ulckelrsteel it. wood n llilckncK' absolutely! 1mpiiHlrable :*
Address. Allmi ':'. club woman ot Savannah Qa. : l>y miy gun tht.I1' (//out. la jjj jjjIS'jw
One trouble! with people! w-hn have exensea lirotectlve covering of viiTlou iniiterlalw : this Ti-wseJ W'JIH blown up bjr_ C- '-f';f'iMriit

tells how she was entirely cured it that tlur can't alwiya.l hfiil.. of ; 'r", U" the wurrlorM (if the punt and, "all hniveeded In the '

of ovarian troubles by the use' thern, _____ __ __ wore steel iron.' briisn, li-iitlii-r.; inn! ,\ IJI..rlf'lllI11'Y, : ; by tlin Kultou II, a ..t...i.jbip

Pinkham's Tvt>alnt.. anil Million iloilo.r Oraaa.Tbe eVen qulltvil iMildm' armor wi liiivVhlps <> which uppearH to havoliccn protertia "
LydlaE. Vegetable ,
two Kr<-.liaC fuditar .plants on hecii protei-ted. hr, a .vnflely" ofillft'erent by *,oim' 'kind "t Iron, urnior. J,
Compound. tnnc good for H loii* uf hey and -the other HiibntiiiiceN. The" modernword ;
were mudo to u. D.... MM.; FuruAif'i- heartily 8f tons trern( fodder |>rr GrovsfTerywIirre. "fiili'iini '." whii-lruo, ,, ViirlotiM .prupoHiilK
< 1'1 ly jili-ry' Mhlpajfr
does Victoria yieldin .rnlt"'llht. .101"11 I of
I ao Kspe, Iron plutliix l I"> |
recommend Lydia E. Plnkham'sVeff "*: 00.000{ ) lha shrep and swine food to Imdy nriniir n I< worn liy the" l.Ut.
this. thuo forward but
fniiii I
etable Compound as a Uterine ."..... .|A.C.I..) I 1lIl1rd"; nnd which 1 I... of l-'riMich" Tonio and Rerulator. I Buffered for ui.iil i I tlic Ji'rnu-li 'oiiHinu-fiMl' 1&- unmli.r -
"KNt IOC. l.-' STAMPS TO ,
JCB.T > THE j IN 11..1 l In Kninre for HIP
-four year with irregularities and John A. !""hl1..r I Seed Co.. Lm Cro".... NVis. jirmor of n li.-illli' I Up niul .n: ; Uterfag troublea. No one but those and rerajvn in return ti! ,ir big csluloK' : : and101A Jii lli.> ( YliiK'Aji \\'",', nothing prnctlcalnun
wV haoq experienced this dreadful mice thill, iii'inor ui.. iirlKimilly) : 'ni.'iili'f '
of faim ceeil aainplnr.As , of Inventors.
: !! ,' of ''hi. s'lfBKCRtlnn/ /: *
mgony jean form any Idea of tbo physieal -- --- .. Icnlhrr or "..lIir. I i
a.d msntal misery those endure the wine fiiun know* he is n fool He iffmifterable As llli men no \\ It ll" sllipn. Tin"llipK I \, ". '\'II'\ "I'lu-ir ...IIC'I" '"'' nt I Ixiinlxiriliiu'iit of

; ..who are thus afflicted. Your Vegetable ; the fool uiiagineii he v \\',.... And .. 'of tin* iiiirlcnl. ( :ii'1-ekn mill Kim.'lti .> I 1 Kiuliiirn .1..11I011011..1..1. l till' value of.iirmiir

Compound cured me within i ia bs/'Py- I I THE SI'.V.MSIl; I-'LOAT-INU ItATTKKIKS; HICKOltK: Cl HUAl.TAIt.i iiluduff. riiKl'iiitl: At once folhuMil -
: UTIV, nfii'ii rui'lllliilvlth. n tltlrUfllll'O __
three months. I was fully restored toi with ntlMTH of the Maine'Kin.l.
-- -- Mitlt
health and strength and now The Tnltpd Stnten fiirnlohe.1OOO $ .; -) .' of Ilil'i-v, \\llllll, "" 'Veil III Mplltlie ( 1I 1-------- ,
i'f ,1111
i my nill! iMiiiiii'tiionited l h.\' Ilu1 marK niuii /: iitlr.'irJi In the, BlglilMS-ri" . .oiiic. ofvlildi aiu perloda are regular and painless. of the $:)' .;.UO.I.I'II north of Jold l iuNillinT their i-in-mli-N uml 1 nl'fiinl I i .
i-ri's.-i'iii, II'' tin- tirninf Diir' (tri'iiti-Kl; the perioil. A for tlie Ihili-lmn'n) intin .\ 'liiill-. ThVn i-n >ii'>, tlii> l'rt' ncb
What a blessing it is to be able tobtain which the world produced in I'.Kl'J.Colorsdo : , pviili'i-tl'iii' 'in Iholr on n "if.ellidi'i. '" i |
.. 1 \ ill pul't' \\is, illlippi-il' \\Hll li-nili'l. I iliioiiii'il I'ity, I they hi'iit-i-fortt.irii I.H < ; ic.inthe. llrlllsh Wurrlor., the
euch a remedy when so many ; ( ." .ihl.hI'. '*'' HIM. ] Iron niulCCTlllilllx \ II.I |
::!S/lIO.OOO.( ) California
prmliii-i-.l $
doctors fail to help :you. Lydln 13. : llll''k' li.llll.T) : l-llli-l'l-ll. hill.IIIlC I ill' 1110'1'. ThisMIN In Hill illiil proliiili-' only n-ferreil to, tln-lr frnltle-H i-\n>rlinenl 11",1..1. unil iniiiillitrM of HIP Anierlii -
XMnkham's Compoundla $$1C.OOO.I( ( I and Alaska SS.lNXi.-\ I ; tin'I'enl'tiH1, Kxpi'ii; innr" jinil, iirwiir, ..:: ..
Vegetable I | l\ h'nil 1 wns ."-,-.. ,1,111)' n-ii'il for pm-' IIM n "fir. ii'in'' <

better than any doctor'or. medicine OOO. I In..r. ."ii' llirou" liofit, the inl I \ :\1 ,,".')'.. Tt'ii yriirh pri'IIIIM ..\ o'utK'ii' ' ...I l 111,' iiHin-il' llulitliiK, whip

1 .rer had; Ver __trl1l, ,your MissEAST 1 tinreI ,IK tlii.. othiT, uf I InInitili J .. p.itriot, :,. > I lu-, .. |,'"| usHli. llio ina-
....... ('.."....t It. c.. .... i \\ o or thr '" MitiirlciiLllioiiKh : \\ :"i ]I' | 'n-\
WBiTTAKta 60* S th St. W.,8&.aDDah. .
li.'til Iniltt a MMiiru, ha t t-imilnr tuiitrlviiiiie l iiti 'i-lni- <>( l Inprtwnt. day.Si' .-
Gs." t>"t""lapplkutlon" At) they runnot rcnnh thA I ino riM'onl uf miy uliip wi proti'i-li-il" I.- iii- >; < |
,,....u* fatter prl9 e-JwwM MOO "*afft rfit if to frtfiml,.*a4i ..of-. .."". "....ed portion "UbK. ""I'. .Is only ou" until l.V.oIn :: whl'h'f'l'> |I""ihl.\ \\It''' nl-ii. ,ir ., ill, .ill\ Vliii'l.i ..inTINACIOUS'

I The testimonial which we ...1' to cum drues ., ami'I that fa l>y conntltnt'lonalrenmdtfM. 1 < ,ilil-' > .ii'iir tli4 Kniuhls, of St. ..Iiihii.ili.i "' ...r'cThl"/ \\n th.I'k of In-lit., !! "
Deafness 1 l"a.d b y an |
-*constantly publishing from Inflamed condition of thn muoqua lining\ oftbo I ->-' in'ii n|>|'iiiiii'iilh of I he, Turk.luiill a twin vi'x.ii'l Mipiiurt/ Inn; n Mitiitlim HAIRPIN.

t srratef ul woman prore beyond a u.Uubian Tube. WheothU tube !I' Inflamed { '. innor,. PITIIIN| '|' tlyvn "li-uili-laiN." forlronM.liiili wairnpelled( by Ihreili.'inilwiM'kiil I

doubt Plnkham's tbe vegetable power of Com Lydia pound E. I ftect have and .wlien iiimblinaTMOun'l It H ..."Ur'ly or linj roHi) '''r-' j{ \t nn\\ rati'. niii'SH.' ."m"u7' >.:iy >i that they jiaililli-. \\ 11..11'1',1' Ijc- Simple Exprd'ent of Adding Extra 1.4 CI

-, to !conquer: female diseases. Dearawa ij tbo result, and unless l hu luflutuxnatton !i ,luiillui'li(' n ,,1111'| | ] In this. ..MIIIut" :Malta. I t 1\\ i-i'ii I he tMi hullIt reventt Filing Out.
.. be taken and this tube 11'11 I'liriiiiiH l iifMi-il kniiu flirt
ran out mAtorefl \TlilliMiiothir, ili-si'tilii-s n ship of till* ll
A ";,11',111| Unit wli: I Inilnii |> to mil II'
to Its normal ooudition, hearing will, Uiml, i-nlli'il tin"Santa: .\1111"." that If \\ir go: |I.> tlH' Knit: I. we riinflnil ,. -
uriictnriiiml wlili'h will "" "" Hfliueof
be destroyed forever. Nine ines out of luuam 1.0
i $500 Given Away caused brratarrh,which la nothinKbut; a.ti J Jiaflamed liiiini'lii'il 1 nl :Mi-e. ; in llif Millie, yi-ar. The a panilli-l, In iilnnint any' WIV.IITIIInvinlion. I 1'li.iruniiTiHiii-n of tin"hump"

Wrtta ma .r a>.k aaBMltary oonrtitlon of thn muootm ?urfares.Wa : :<:alll., .\ini-Ir.'iiii! .. n armor ]>l.ili'i weniM.nhi'il II l I.. therefore 11,1 t iiMon1hliiK hunk 111,1, l i-jc lui-, I .n tiniiNpiratlon. .
.AJa__... -.. will jrlre Una Hundred Dollars. forHuv i, In tlnl, Hint tin1
In hc'r slilrs liy ,liolls of lir'issi'iil . .lapinii'Ni1 |1'I'>Hsissiil
.. ., __ of liuciiinr1". Miic of I tlio laKHtMlii'iiiii \
as Ua lai aaa f_ I oaaeofDeDotbvourrdby ( i-aused by oatarrhthat cnn- ni.iiiy
Hall'sCatarrb Cure bend for i"| \\.is, tlaiiiii-il' \ fur In-r that ..lniilil ; n paililli-. |>niii-lleil| arinon-lail '-nlM- IhlUuoll.v proli-
i, | -' ti> .
; a\t\'U15\\\\ mulsrs free. P. J. CII."." & Co., Toledo, O. ,, "" ""i-l il'i-, artilli-ry" of a \\ Imli- in the' yi-ar HHMi.' 'I'liK '|iiialnt ,rrift. 11'11'' i-s UUi-triiti-il" ""'" "'\\ h It I riHixIMMnt

Wimmmi Mold by DmgKlsti, Tftn./ , rjiiililnil liKitin,- i>UI I li'iitlii-ri'linl, "linrlind-s"
.11'11'"I. | at tin- HMIIIItlini' j Take Hall's .'.mJI,. Pills for constipation.Within I .: xiiiuli'i, : |' ,..if \\in-. In-lit to form
rate odo. y'* nr ,rii\\ ji.. fnM us tiny "r her tin tinIwelflli rriitury. v\a.s turlliliai'kid. ) of .
.,.f. old water. Iteanunu.lii..s tm vklw mmt the lilt few years the various 1'111",1,! I'liiiti'iuiiiirnrU's.. Slu- was aIHU . \\ltli jxirli fi"r llrluu fr..lII.b.; .- t tlir.T 1\; -. iiK-ti-ail JinfiiMionmry
tJ'e.mis, rtntn 'lin" ITTI-"TI.- I '' , I u.i Tin' "'"-11",1" leu i > KhortiT Ills n
111' I.I.I.
MUSI IKliN I I..Ml, 1 IMS:
.,..... .... colonies of In hnve row'ivil, utili, iron uml
,. --&t < European Egypt "loll'| wllhlx' ; ilci'UM\ :i rivril" lullMiiliKin. wns i'o|>|>irplilliH Init ,'..,'rUlIt.ta
.... ( In.illnr l I" ". :Mini /
.::. :-_itWANTEDIn __ -e:; built their own hospitals. Tbare nre the cnnslriii'liiiii, uf Ilic I n rn-t-- :!net a I'luipcl., u. specially, constructFM titled gelhi'r: like the i--llt. ofa tin- lulli'r iK'uV HIP1'xtn'inilr
.. 11I1 In 'i-il.
... -JU... --.. _. ""'"' now In Cairo French, German Austrian biisof ', | "' | pin
towerslth whli-h tin- 1 liiinryi'iinili. mount IM 11 :IIH
.. I IlKlilliiu | ,1| p.rn-th-r iiunriizini1.. :11111 a hnkerr.Shi /guiiH.
lei. .
r.- JIII& CI.... ..... unil 1 li.i \ Ilia.; .a "Unlit/: lx>\" orliiini
... .__"" ..L. Anglo-American and Italian has iiiicienl anil nii'illeval tlnii'K WITItitti'il. : : HUM prcHiMit at I Ihi* takluK; of Tunis like. the Ark of, movi-d bya
> Thin ii"iii>iriii-lliiu /KlM'i: n
Uals. I'spi'i-lnlly' ( w IH-II nsiil. for hnrborilifriise in t.i.'tri.: : niui phi fil an Ituportant' ]uirtIn i-i'iitral |iaiMli' >\\' h ,..,1. TliniiRli!: tlii-n- ..1I1..lh .'iilry' Into the hair. IIH. Ihphiiii'liin

.... tolwll"JTarg , as In the Vend Inn I turret ship its capture.l.i'nl. ( l I.. no n-i-iinl' of liny nii"i'<' Irom-lml'fiire !
unil the liulriliiIIAIKPIX
eaoh atU .ajeman. / IN |iii>ln'.l In.
line tobacco i permanent posltloii.OeutralToBitcoo HAPPY -WOMEN. I I'Vouldn't of the liintli I'enttirj" here Illnslriitiil. .. it may lie remarked In pns.siiiK.MIS tinniniMeetitli
_. Works Co.. Penloks V a. I I-'i'lt ninilian earlj iippi-arani'O' us a ilofcn.slve \ not,l infre wommibe happy, '
any : armor' on hhlplxmnl. n" weliinl fur" hhi-iithint; slilpH, iiinler wntrr.AS I vli-i-M to prut After of backache nufferlng '
years Hint In .n hen tluht: ofT I'ali-rnio In Ai'i-i>nlIiiK: 'In a I'ri-ni'li 1'11.1'' .
:>< i Saw mills Daysef misery. ulijIiU of uureH!.. '. ,
KiTl lii'twi'i-n Ih01'11I1111": niul Suniccus ttiiKulliirH i if 111riinntry were nnloiil

The distress of urinary troubles, I the former liiiti); their (till leysxvlili I'd nt t tin' pi-rfei'tlinl. to whii-h) the"
..rn* ..,(.?( Variable P'rtetl... P'... She finds relief and cure?
I l h of ill- Knullsli: liinl jilliilniKl, In this rllri-i-t Inn ,
this nuili-rUil y n 1
..tar Mill. with 4 a. p. rota >,oua feet r r da, All No reader .
iaia and prtofcs to ault. IMLoach ShluU Mtlla, reason why any I fcnslviciilriiKs.. The :Norman "I/hl": "< IM ,.lIh......." In- \\rlti-s, "lii-liI in |,il.neb .
Mirvffa, Trimnera, planera ; Cora and Buhi Should suffer lu tbe face of evldesjre
MlUa, Water Wbecla Lath Mil'". Wood SawaO hud Jll'olfu"I.u.I"II.1 this ilivlcrfrom' > pieccH nf IrlIl.1111.1'1.11.,1/ the nliolelinicth
like this: I
r haadaoma ..w Calaloa; wilt latervat yom their enemies, for felt had been used of the linlwiukH. : nnintU. ufolil
'<'GeU.... Mill Mia. C... Box "M.: Atlanta. O* Mrs. Almlra A. Jackson of East I
t for si mo time for this purpose IMI bonrdthe rope' linnu( ovi-r the "hip'| slili's to
Front St. Traverse City Mich., says: I
I hui'(' "ilromoim" of the SunneiiH.These diminish tin- ..lulI'k of our cannon ]hills.nnd .
""'or twenty : I
the "lnittlc. .lilpi '* of thiw dnin > lii-iu-ulli I n ttiii-k, rope netling.Htretrhiil ,
A Qolden Rule years! I neverknew
I I the :.MeditT'l-raneiiii.' UHinilly rovtedllfly from! |I"MI'| to iMiwoprlt. theUnKllxll

of Agriculture: was to-what haregood It I oai'H a dlile, each r' .lieiiiK fiincllt iinili-r Khelter. iiiuiieiirlng -

Be rood to your I and and yoor crop health, manned by two men, no we \ ; without ('i'Hliin tint of nnmketrange .

WrUlbegood, .PlsntyU have a couple of hundred uruinen afcoiinted no ax to rlilille our tlE'tU..hll1t'lIl11lOt '"

!Cyery'phy.l. for at 011(.... When the noldier*, fiiHilecrti. with thtl,.....IIOllnn I'lmt.| Howo I (
clan consulted K.XdHXU 1ALUCV OF Tll: TIME: OKIlJUIKt .i
nail IrlrnmerH., a IIt1. nrliUceri who Tltl. lost 2tx" 11111 for mry thirty ot theKnglUu

.Potashtatbafertlllnrspaltsquality said hud liver worked the war engines and siphons -, -- put out of nftlou.\ ' '.',','
trouble. but : .
for Creek fire are added, It Is evident In the ame way Uurt- copper Is ntlll This system of armoring wall. however I \ .. ",
Unit the cre\v must have been very found HO Mr-fill.. Thus the French soon adopted liy the "French anin -
.f I did no good.J .
and quantity In the h&rJ' Hlt.pie before I large, nnd have required' a hlp ofconsiderable flilp < ;niinIi'l''riinroiHiluinichisl InI.'C'T. I.ewallln-'s "ViM-ubiilnlre JI'KTertneH IMPTOVKMKNT.ilocn .

'f' ..... Writ us aadre 'i dimensions.I These jrreat; |I ; : tunof tut* lnrKi'st unil luoNt fninoux ilr :Marine: Anuli'ix. rt I'raniolx. - - -
began luiDgDoan' I not brconie lix'kod. In plurp until
will Mod you. warxhlpji were: armored with voolou I Hhlpn uf IUT .111.)' WUH Khi-atluil ." 111I1111.111',1 In 1777 we 1111,1 I tin*
yVrf. by next ..n. Kld..yPl1la tin' liilr utrlki'H tinfomiKateil: or
.., f oar cloth siiukeil, In vlnegnr Jo render it with lead, from uer keel 1 to the Urst following : /
j < ,books.MswTsrsWNasassll.snooey. I was almost I fireproof and huiiff with innntleU ofreil wallabove IUT water line.Aiiorillntf 'Itllndi-r mi riilNxenu. ,' to rover the I W l"t.1 portion. A 'ni-foiiilnry nilvaiitaui1 -

If ,\ CIBUWf bU 1rOID, paralyzed I could hardly stand 1 aii'l yellow (,.It. BO that their iulrasn to n short pftrnirapli: Inlliiydfifn I .illip'M. HldC W'ltll fl-IKllTK f 1)1(1 I'H |II of t-lir l<-vlii In that tinInilr.. hi-
on. my; feet because of the nvmbnetis -- : Inu In-Ill, wi-nr,--priirtli-nlly. loi'kixlin
.. .. I was not jmly useful but orniiinental IHi-tlwnarj- l >nti'K., "chainnettliiK
II#' and lack of circulation. Had a knife ,,,iti tin1 bo mudei
: |"i "ii Imlrpiim run
1 as "' <:11. At thin period ,a ml fur of Iron wn* ;mispi-mleil to lIp,
o.-u .... ....
been thrust into tbe
kidney* pain
my .
i >f inui-li /llKhtiT niiiti'rliil a //'II"t: "of
hundreds M'hh'h nlsnMH'i'iiKthened
.., ninny yiiirn later, additional sl.ilen of nieii-of-wnr. w-re
could not hare beep; more Intense. My I | t Him fn >in tin* woarcr'H j>oint of
.f protectionan nfforiled to thoseon by plutes in ( lie tiine.if. .
.fI sleep was disturbed by visions of distorted
\ u-" Tlu lim-ntor' la.vs rntiMlitprablostri"
I ,deck by) the rniiKiiiK' : / of the burklornami Henry VIII. anil Kli/.al.cth. :No auIhority -

m .t figures. The kidney secretions Klilclils of tin' unrrlors on bonrilaloiiR IK quotcil! nor' I Is, the inuliri" mi' tin1 fart" that thi' pin t'IIU be
: were annoylngly Irregular, and I wss uxi-il jnnt liki> I hIt onlliuiry IIII1l'11ln.
the In .if ,
'''1 II : gunwale* loiter. UIIJ llfteonth the "plnten" fctiivlflerl.Tbr
tortured with thirst and always ,lii'lnu Into Mini wltlitlrawnrroin '
nnd .Klxteenth CL'Uturleii. Rpe. <>liil"pnvesndes. SpanlimlM' nlteni |>te.l to protectIliclr prphHii
blotted. I used seven boiea: ot Dean's tin1 liulr /In I the HKtiul Theiluhtiflty
or .biilwarLM. were provkl ualleoiiH of I the Invincible Arum "ny.

] Kidney Pills. Tbe bloating subsided I .il In lieu composed of largo ot- till by building tfii-lr MlUex four or ll >i- i ir..t In tli<> KhortiT central Iffailil.i
until I 100 pounds 'less could .
weighed iniii'li' to Ita ,'fT"'II\1'1I1' '''.
long shleldi HiipplU-iI, for the purpose.' thick: but the heuvy KnullKli vi'ry '
\. sleep like a child and was relieved of Tt.J\ltKT HHI1l.'HUU IN TUB I>Kp-ENtB -'
In aililltlon to fl'lt. the IlInt'hollor..tlIl'uthl'r "II1I the pain and the irregularity of the I or VKNIt'K. NIKTII 1'1..1..... .......1... Jlland..ra.
also. .
Kvery &, Company armor 'nl..rl'liioin/ ,dp.fennlvp I Hut now nt liiMt we arrive at a '
kidney action. My circulation Is good
panoply) of the "dromons.. mored ship In the i>ri".i-nt cllIJ' acceptmice pretM-Tve LIT from an enemy's shot, A Unuipilri> 1'li-i'K.vnian rrlatos dome
and I feel better In every way of the, liIundiTH hn had, hrnrd made In
and In the of the "Sicilian Not when '
UCCES OX8 TO war Vespers, of the word "nly an armorclad fuiployetl to tlcfeud a harbor

AVERY &: MCMILLAN. A free trial of this great kidney medicine : IVdro lU...!pf ArnRon; who potnuienciHlhla hut e real' Iroin-l.-id. ThlH \vnsconstructed ..1(.." I tinmarrliiitf Krrvlron |Ioy IXTKOUB' of
which cared Urs.' Jackson will be
,'" 8C Atlanta O. : reign ID !127fl. covered' two of I he \ I li,> Antwerp In ir>85, with The Kpsiiliirds: endeavored to 1m- tln rluHM who "have to pick up the _
Sooth Forsytb ,
llt-B mailed to of
on application any part OM
largest HlilpH, of hU fleet' with lenther. view wonlit lipKt they ran from hearing
-.u.I. KINDS ort a of lirenklnu through the lines | .nivion thin, niul In ITS'! liopisl; great
the United States. Address FoeterMUbrirn
: before Ki-nillng It agiilnst CUarle of of tho Spanish 'nriuy 'under, Aleknnilirof thhiKK; from tin-cell-brnteil noiiting but tin-in ri'" [>i-iitiMl by others. He said that

MACHINERYSellable Ct ml lI'a 10. N. Y. For sale A iijoii.T4ie Parma vvliii-h irns at that time ti-rii-H cm ploy 1-4)) nt, I the groHl"nlege of In hi* own ')pnrlxh It vus unite the

3* by all druggists; price CO cents per box.. 1 e, by) the' way. were not the firstlentherclnilK. closely Investing, I the <'II y. It was uhircc lilhrnltar; by II.,- Duke de I'rillon. faHlilon for tin- man wbvu! Klvlnji! the

Ifothtnc worries a woman like forgetting .' ." We have n'lreml.v. I 'neen : flnt-lKittomwl craft with a central 1' The fute uf thene cxp'-rlmeiitul. arinorehulH rlnif to iiuy ti> the woman, "With ray

'. f a secret .h. wants to tell. I that leather, probably In the form of I Ira onKonmtr or' tinttery hull of thick nlfi-rt-d, no liiduceme'nt to tbe hiMly 1 thee vsNh, up niui with nil my

\'\ h1111'8. formed u portion of the nrmor I bulks of timber and plnted with Iron.It naval i-oiiHtrin-tm* of the day' to makefurther Imrilli- (;ood< I I. IbE'''. and thou" HeMulil

IT COSTS ONE CENT : of thp Simieen dromonswlille \rns lntinli,- up In tlilH purl of th. Hervlce than the
--- .. .prjiti-ctlon, >!O} that' till i-oiuparallvcly
- - --
Writ* tu a pnntjr.1 card for a fr*. MinT>1 l.. 6f recent' times we Unil, our snllora tIt!- 111<'11. One day. however a bride .tor-

STUART'S GIN AND BUCHU. ., 'W' |M>nillng only on I h.'ll'Vt"lIl..o walls" tiiMl hint by proiulHliiK.( In wllllt (be s pjioKiyl -
Wa .haartnllr avail 1C all aufferan \ "
tu of KJ4najr "
u".... Haart. Bladder and Blood rtlaraaaa tt hI' ,\ ., to rettlst the proJi-i-lllcH of the enemy.The to he the laiisuiiKo of the prayer j

,;0.. on raauaaC:; ll will do all that. wa olalm for ,U. ,(,'\\. .. r. on ken nldi-s" ot I the Ilrltlsh shlimwe ,- IMVIK. to take lirr hiiNhiind "to 'ave and
Pull dttmttona with arnt. Mantloathla :i',,
um/I. > | 'olil from
tliln ffl.tlll't
Addraas PRU* y..a. 0' muy mite In pasMing. were often 4j iluy forbctterIT -
CO.. &:Wall Stratit. ATLANTA. <*,.. exceptionally Ktout mid dlfllciilt to horse, for rlrherer power la f\g\ *

I ",\ "' penetrate.In /Keriii'Hii henltli, to lovo cherrlen, and

the to bay." \Vhst meaning' this extraorvlpiary -
Vrtek Enfllnea. BollAra i mil Unlit the .
fly-six-sin i\ fclilp( und\ four French frlgruleH vow conveyed to the woman's
" 'i f>arator.,
.Ize Wheat
'own mind the
', a 1 hriK.' ; and II cutter, mountlniz22H \ Incumbent said. It balf*

gun: between them their tvelvennd : I tliil him ,to "qIlJ '" tlrp., *
-- -
MDItosn of U.M.C. Shot Sbellar twenty-four |>iouinler fulled: topenelrnte UrlialT Uoaan't Car* For Human *,....

./ B.ld each 7 ar. They are her nld(>'', and she beat them Iii the old diij-M, before the deadly

:"J.w'... ./ sunrtn |a the lirjest cartnl(* ull off with great' l 1m." nt the cost of muKazlue: rllle wan Invented
t ., "' huutlCf
I the world.nUllOI .
factory one otflccr mill onn mun wourde
the .
grizzly WII.8 u ery different alralr.n
i'" \ .
r .. CIRTRIDGE CO. Hut the Anierlrnim from
HETiLLlB the
II'f' very lid no ''Iltl RIll I on the American continent
't; sua '-srr. _... JO'' <-oiuineuenieiit of their existence asa
lfROVED'SA j'ilILL CM EWHna' was more dreadcil I.
. > J i5'( I r_..... nation set IheuiHi'lvcM to make Improvement
vital force
...;g., '"**. "f"1 Bo"r" supplied| .... CflMlur _*iJ In imva.1 v/urfiire. David wounded tllngFae ] [ .
4 Mill .. ... incut recklcxH hunters with
'" ; MiiBtorWII.. -Ooni ft
: I'I'IPtly. HiiHhnell constructed ,
a practical submarine wholesome .
tr. Circular *aw.;..vw t.nt Dog boat In 1773. Torpedoed wl're'' <<
... Iin. IEntl.... .. unusual for a erlzzly with a bullet ,
.,..'" Qovernora..FuU used by him and others |III (lie' war tliroiisli his heart to
; ;o ..lId for ,,.. Catalogu.t .. with thin pursue and tear topiece of .
1II.8"PJlII country; and for i The
: ," purpose the hunter \\ ho"e long slncle1burrelled
of towing thewe.contrivance
-\ : alongside
"' .. 'lllCMOLmiOa.' : ot' iftio. ui-iitoi.'ttl'UAM:, WAlt VKiiMKUConfml rauzzle-loodlnE rifle, with it* .
A our ships, they Invented and built in
. ---- ---- one round lead bullet, was '
,, : W M I LLSU.'WJ... - - 1814.. a Imddlenronclledboat . tnrtl..1.. ... _. .. Inadequate for altogether .t.. .
SA --- .n such
.It.. Montferrut: the a contest. 'It It .
,it, .. at siege of 811. Impenetrable tb any artillery that lying low lu the water !Iud covered a

,",' -t! -11', .Uh H_.. _.ln..II.-JIe&-.U.. '" w"..., .nd ".. H_ Tyro, In 118T either invented or at all the Spaniards could bring against It; with "half-Inch Iron' plates, not strange ly bear thing Is too, that.white the grl s I' ,

> M rk.1U...l Fwd Wor". ... ..... events cauoed. a Hpwlul .lass of Ira nnd In hopeful anticipation that their ''to be Injured liy. shot." an omnivorous feeder' living: '

-' 00;.... for.AOfIlla"ar.0..1'10..1. .CI"W.t. a..III I ; nrotectud vcsucls to bo built which Ironclad ship would raise the siege About.thelllJllle period the celebratedInventor. on Hteer anything and \ from roots and nut! 'to

.A.fp"UP.... .-1..1."", ....._.... ,hoI.r. were called "bnrhotc" or "ducltbaeKs.( and put an end to hostilities,, the men Robert< Kulton. who hilt already en known buffalo meat. be ball neref'b 1I'

,f( M WOIl".WI.a..JI.C. They 'would pow prcrt>*hly be called of Antwerpchrla cued her the Finis ,constructed ono or two subuiar- Nlcbolas: to devour human" flesh.St. .-' .

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SERMON FOK; : SUNDAY- won ,lv avercomin* .the first temptation! ; A Town of Two InhabltavttsJ.

that tbe insidious attack ia made whose J II\ : ot who NO APPETITE-EMACIATED-NERVOUS. t
effort .".. to betray Him into preaumpJ Cot Bob Wllfley, Hopklai.,
"' .
hM been la tho West tells of a town
lion* 'All) the wonderful past dealing! of .
ELOQUENT DISCOURSE' BY, TH I God with His covenant people Won Id stand he' nn across In the West that h&4 *a aaB.iaaiaaassaa i Ma>aBaaiaBakiaaaBaaaaaBBaliaBaMaBIBaa ...

: X B. 'KINSOLVINC. .O. ,D.Fressjn cut.-in memory: ; all the wealth of tender. ( just two InhkblUnU, but whIch nay' ,''the '
and sorrftfaod Dxiring SpHng Months
]ness long deferred over hopes, and now promises on the eve of fulfillment it\1he1en'bouted.\' the pta ..lon ot Many Women Suffer

; ..a.i..J'-1 .. -* tenderness which afterward a. pOllt offlcfi ..:nd a -newspaper The __ _
$ | tam a 8ln! Tti. Consimes -. (
: . cause out in words-1' wet with tears.- when town' 11Dear Pueblo, Cot Qold'had From .Extreme Lassitude Loss ',of Appetite
I 0lsi Among M. I SM>riaeti. .
He cried: "Oh Jerusalem, J..rulem\ _
- 4th.. laUreats of the IIpI! ta.t ant Xt..,... children been found near where it' was sub- "
: often would I have
? ,mut to, the' Carni: .....lid .......,..0..1.'II. .-- together-, a hen gathered gathereth thy- her: brood e
\ N. .under- her.wings, but ft would ,ot'1t'lust 7 .po'.dl)' ''rich and In no time a, town :
.BitooKtTK; -br.'Arthur B. Kinaelving in the heart of Hi i..* own J eru alem, ,: of p'erhapi 2,000 was flour- !
0" rector of Christ Church, preached and the summit of His Fsther'a honse persons
an excellent: .e..mon Kundnv." nrnrning,' em that f.rom He was tempted" by His cunning and )'' lining; But, the 'flnd didn't pan out PE-RU-NATHE CREAT TONIC I ::
"Presumptuous !:IIR.. The two tests dwindled
wily' adversary. commit the plausible! as expected, and the town _

v'i 'I the were devil from'taketH Matthew, hIm iv.'Into: 5 and the 0: "Tn.n sin. Beside the influence of the sacred: .away, faster than' U had been'bunt. up.. j t _. . . _ .:. _ _.. _ _. ._. _. _ ._. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ ..: _.. _ _ :..... .";._ ...,"
t holy city: place and associations, ,the _Ic... of the left'aar ,!" . . .. ...- ..-.. ... .. .-.. .-.y. .."VW"rr-.r.--rl'W.r.----. . -r. -
i, and. h. act Him on the pinnacle of.the less Soon no one ,was .thotpoat- -
t. something not
tempterappealed *
*: I, temple, and saith untcr Him if Thou art sacred" -to the written, word t of God_as muter and ,the editor of tha newi:, Mia*--Bertha M. ,Bueh.M35 "Kiaeard ,. \ )
;., ,i : the Son of' Ood c *t Thyaelf down' for it ,the guarantee- truth aid action ,The 'Thf''postmaster was .prepar-'' street,"Pittsburg, Fa.-Superintendent; J.- 1L
paper. nior Soujflz!! .of' Methodist Pre""ta.tchul'Ch. i F. : _
;: is written, He .shall cive flit..ngeI" charge devil" l, too ran quota Scripture to his purnose1 ... II
leave and-the man the choir
Inc-to of
newspaper and leading ,
: concerning The; and on their bands they. "If. Thoube the Son of Hod, oust. soprano
!.t' hall llkewlse iit for the writes: "Words' cannot; describe my thankfulaeas -
.: bear Thee up lest haply-Thou daaL. .Thyself down: for it i. written, 'He shall could have done .
't.-1 .Thy: foot against a atone Jesus said unto to you for Peruna. I was a sufferer"
givelis angels chare? concerning Thee. fact that he had .contracted publish "
ao4 in 'i
1 front systemic catarrh for years was
him. "Again it is written. thou nbalt: not ..
:' tempt the..Ix thy dod;" and r'ealm. etc. hundreds of mining claire notices. a very: much rundpwleondiUoD.. I wasextremely ,

,,: 1t" '. six: 13: "Kcr back Thy servant -alsn" "First. we must have recouse to the principle These notices had to be published nervous, and had the most foolish .
of sanity and common sense; find fear over nothing. 1 was thia and .
let could
presumptuous sins; them nut for six months before he get "
r- out if what we are. tempted to do i. insincere emaciated. .
have .
'E, I W u1 methen shall I be
\ dominiqn over accord With what God hismoney: whichwas, on deposit far -
,'i, upright and ;inuooent from'the great tranajgreaaion. ",has taughtus "My- physician advised me to leave this '
." )) Kinvolviiig mid generally in Hi"*'ord l and in common him in a Pueblo bank and whIch. t climate, but aa it was not convenient to do ,

;t"f\\, :u In punning; r.our of trying: to interpret sense> and, then decide. For. Christ to amounted to ".000 or $6,000, the'coat \I50 at this time, I took tbe advice of a
.. 3
: have east Ilimaelf from the wing of the friend to use a bottle of reruns I took it;
: the' unfolding life of the lArd Jeaus of each notice $20.
temple into the abyaa that, yawned below- 1 faithfully, and when'the first bottle warn
'It' and to renil, i iti$ J"..,on. for our.elve.. would! have been to-ternpt God. "We do Tho editor had three 'months to gone I felt so much better that I bought ____

{.: Yo preached 111.oun.II)' the t.coml.teL.I.e. not make e".e..imenta'with. those whom could fulfil six more and took them faithfully, after
publish them before be I -1
ms. We found in the nnrrativto of the _
i' q Ii
v-c absolutely trust. When a man beliIis which I looked like a new w man. ,
.u record ptenUl and of the and get
of Ills
temptation jut a part programme "
i by a prayer teat, or any lilte. thine toiuiaLe I 1 gained in "h. my: appetite returned oJ
\ apiritiinl struggle: ave should have expected ; experiments with. Ood.. ha tfinws Ilia money.: He did not relish the and all my old symptoms had duu.ppearediI "I

.., Ilia Him to IL go in through, at this to stage of lliit I he, lacks the subtle, spiritual, qualitycnlheut Idea of being the only man In the"city am more than thankful, to. eruoa"- : e&1 _

career. impaaxible aupponnthat faith, which ia the only' : meant bv located In the mountains" for MassBsrtbsMRuah.1: \ i if'J
I., He could hl1d..I"d. in.laol.nueOlu t n _ _ _
which he reach God. it (in
1!;' ly and without long meditation and conflict can Therefore,' God ty mlle from nowhere." so hti offered _I It _
the habit of truat to calmly obido in L
:\ upon the "plnn. nf His life n* the ".entof $100 month If be Ti
--not trifle with or put'Him' to tIe teat. the postmaster a I l'AtTIRED.Everybody 4
: God. Clearly: He hnd a plan and. idhere.I .
Aa long a* Jeau remained. witliin,: thexnhere would remain until he could Completethe t --ak
I to it throughout life.
of the revealed will of Hia Father, _
'. .' We remarked upon the deep interest' He could tru.t 'Him. If He jihould break official printing. The pest tuaater 'a -

,, fhat each one of u* liaa in tlie moral ttrug- or contravene that will, then He should accepted the offer and the two young is Tired-Spring

L: '.' !tIe and victory of Jean. and how just inproportion no )longer feel lie lund a right to 00..'. follows (both single men) were! the ,
aa we are led by the Holy tare.In other ,. Jesus in Weather Does It One
u .orIo. -Every _
f' (Spirit, to lofty nnd, nubia ideal of life, we Hut second temptation ..Chri"ti' a sole occupants of the town for three
are rotmcioua of thexe, nubile earthly lure. long months at the close of which :
i victory which, must have given an impulaeto Should Be Cautious. _
; _ _ -
which would{ deflect u. from our truotpaths. faith, in tho Kather'a power nnd *uflicienry 'period they turned It over to the ten :

": declares to tia that it is neci-nxury der mercies of the owl and the bats. Depression of the nervous system at the a,
i We spoke of the.. fatalistic non-rei.tnncc to have, a care for ourselves all well a* approach of spring ia the cauae. : : e1 -
; t to temptation ao much in vogue nowaday"an commit ouraelvea.inro" the keeping of God. I -Hopkins (Mo.) JournaL General -laamtude dull, heavy aenaationa ,

.. ii4 something not worth while, because inn IVcniisc we are O >d'. c.lIIJcJr..n'e may not continual tired, feeling, with irregular appetite -
;: I world where the, frailty of man ia exposed break the law of the. world: to which we and sometimes ION ot..I..p. Pe- 1'
;: .. to aucli. .. overwhelming allurement 'Iwlunjc and expect linn to miraculously Horse Pride. runs meets every indication and pro".. it'

u of world and, I devil it ia certain beforehand !- interfere to prevent' the connequences.Vmtempt \ He was a fine looking bay, an excellent elf to be perfectly adapted to all their varied : nfIt1 '

i "Y that, a vaat jwrrenloge of men, ( for nnturo amid pra"ticnl, rrnaonm specimen of Horseflesh, and peculiarities. J'eruna invigorate the _ '4
r-: And women will, fall The linker of men. a wret.clufd policy to begin a religious system: rejuvenates' the feeling, restores : I _
njid not the victim nf mn isthe moat, icfiponaihlc life with. We live under I plivkir/il l law. lie looked decidedly out of plate haul the normal appetite and producea. regular ...' t4fMtt ... < :

.. -"- cc. tin* nrhool teacfieli.: and liyfuch 1111,1.<] .. mornl IR.... under .III..HulIlllI". *. T. ing a loaded coal sleigh. lie was! a aleen.. 5 I'
C doctrineit the pentnu anaaileil, i. in f.inty that, iH-c.iiifte. ve have come to feel fellow like those animals one 'rhatiireii.. .feeling which ia the natural u= LQ
}K ilueeil to yield, without itruggle. .Icm.' 1 lie power of the spiritual and even the snappy He result of the depressing. effect of warm i. !c:

itJ/ .y conflict and victory tench, .. us that (thia iu ."I)>ciiiatiir( )J. wu lire nt liberty to fly in sometimes seen at the circus. weather immediately after the inrigorat-

t II A libel, upon. God Through n putting the I face of Known physical I lawa, or HDU _would have done credit tq any good hag cold of winter quietly disappears when :
!u I forth of such trength a* we havr, .ind, widely: iifcivetl moral lawn in fatal fanTier of horseflesh. He"was merely Peruna ia taken. Thonaanda are daily: tea, n _-I

;, through a prayerful( dci.irc. to be ami. .dn t-rror. ao.fot. it jnen are al....,.. punished, 'I tbe load of tifring to iU priceleea benefit,
n what 1* right our vi ,inn IA cleared I and run in the "...1. (Joil in the aource of all th.-.... lining his duty hauling ) Mr H. Kaaaatt. 1309 W. 13th street, a t1

\' ( ..\*,,11. grow Mtrong, and while God l ran l Uwa and we 'tempt the I..ord our (xod coal up one of the steep grades on Df: Moines, Ia., writes" : "I am happy to 5 -I _ I: r-

n never entirely shelter it'* from temptation I when. we brrjik them. We are not to rely.itlier the East Side. He was forced from I give my endorsement for your valuable ;, a,
medicine Prruua 1 consider. it valuithlv - _____
: lie can and doe ijcfvn l m. in temptationand "- "t' ext-liinively or I.resIinptU.iuia-\ time center of the roadway toward the 1 as a .
. with every colu-itatmn to wrongdoing )v" upon ,the care of Jod. Aa far aa our- I medicine! to take when the system ia fc&na \

: how ii. the way: of encape.Then practical rejmou til'l vex ta.. we insist nlao curbing where the sluih and snowwere run down from overwork. About two yean _ _
'i we tried, I.. learn' thc ICNVOTI, 01t f take rounncl .4 tliit. recognizing, << that faith, the deepest. Like all good I ego I felt that 1 insist take a long rest aa 1kad 1 I- -_ :! {' _

:. t; (Thrial'* first. templntnm, ,, '1 tie quewt>,," ,UK! wlf lirlp.. R"'innnd patience "meet hones, he knew. when ho was tired i been unable to work for over a month -' . : c' ,

which first confronteil Him, a. our rrpi.1cntntivc I in eijmMinunt", and i-oinplrte each oh hu'-r, His driver I and could not regain my atrength. 1 could -
C wa the olil anil I everpreminnuetion I If I .l.'"iii>. thexceltii)' >nal and preemiiKnt and of course hestopped. not sleep .at night.; and waR in a very ner- < L -ned

<| of dailv! bread. The tempter proceedit I object n| '1 upon the anaumpbion. t that all innti i iI thin, '(:ant Thyaell: lown." He would first Ibe animal a, chance to recover liirn- try 'II hat I'eruna would" do to build up m)'

," ;,-. need for hi. nuatonancc i i. food for thi.nhyical have broken an ,iy from U" Ilia brethren self generally. The horne was soon strength and am pleased to say that I began __. : '
..:: .;.. life. You have a right to thu.i ,. who live under mural and phymcal, law. to improve very ihortly and in less .. -p--- '
i 14 t' lie nu any term. .anil there 11 notlntiitelan and .eeond. He wnuld' have "aulwtituted quite refreshed and ready for work. than two niontha I was able to take up I_
iu". to be cmiaidrrril )hv rompnriann with, for a life environed by nature- guarded, He tried to' start.i! but he co>ul3n't; his my work. and felt better than I have foryearn. I .I MISS BEB.THA EUSH-PITTSBTOQ. : _

.I' tbia. 80 make rtrnvmum' for yourvelf anil iinded.. fed by it. participant in its forces, sleigh( runners were Imbe : ded deep .. I take it now twice a year, and" find I Bad t '
-4 ,_ the bofly'B breail fir
t hungry; feed fiiat vournelf." "]f Tbon from .'"'tu...., hostile to it, refusing to In the slu.fh. Another sleigh happened warn for over ten yeara the manager ITo Appetite. Grew pila and ISmavcUted.. She:. Vow. .Looks Like a Hew _ _

art the ann of e Coil: c-niiiinand, that thenetone ,icmpt Gout or to break away from our 1m- along and, having no load; tbe ol a plant furuiabing Utdiea' wear and "Womvn After. COUTM of Fe-ra-na. :-2:;, 4\:
;: be made! lo.iviand, then You may hum" lot and world showed u* the sanity occupants tendered their assistance. employing. hundred of wom..o.Tired. :: '. .

"I live to execute Your Kathi-r'a, Ituaines." and atrength of a trust in (JoJ. : .

.." ,' The of .1..".... ramt, ,.frohi nIan It >. not """" 0"0. genuine fanatical, or preaumptiiouii. They end : of tied the, a coal rop.on.sleigh to and tbe made forward an Karvoiu Women. ,................................-.-...................vVaIVruna ........................ ...,. ............. ;;

..,..\ of gaunt conflict and, wearv"The .bv pl,1 Innar", f.iHlnift life. i" not and 11Ia"dar'* '.I."th". "It It U neither prudejit courts, wary nor, will wliiin! notoverntep effort to move itThe rope snapped.This : There are thoutanda of them everywhere.A ."" ,- ,..." ...- -...' "' ,.........--. ....---....- : -
If I' few boltlea of Peruna would do themuntold : lr &to seat re.fvd...-.e Gnd ..,e.J8celWyasUa "150 RidS .r,
: only life and I ill not act *a if itnfre.. .. the limit nf a sober. faith and I operation was repeated threeor 1f01O
'L I He aays, ""%- exeripting, M ,...1f from pti \ .t. M hen the will of God clearly demand, result. benefit. Aa a tonicand nerve invigorator write at once to Dr. 11...,_...,' giving aVtt .stales'.. .fItO5r. u'
times with the same it ha. no equal. It build. the
,i vation which I 10.\\'" to share withMv "it in the path nf ilulv it bravely face. four "I up > *. auaW. Tsdrioo
n.ine I nerve, it ga..e. strength\ to the circulation _me, aced ft. %fU be floated to give vo* P"- _
"rcol bren If 1 *ni Imnizrv." t I 1I\'t. )lPt diMth and dare all hell! I The. fine looker of course grasped tbe The JlartsiwMs,' S.ifotfiees ;
: and at once rewtorea the appetite and di :Add_.. Dr. JfasfsMan, JPrei Ia.d a/ t ,
:,'aoill'or; tJod fcr Me and I My friends. the modern sin of :sItuation and eyed the newcomer )it
preaump- gextinn. No feeble woman' should be without .
v..t.---, Okts'. .
chooae hunger otitnule in. that of nnd will aninat rather than that I loin turns. up under many form Mow itappears thoughtfully. Then at tbe word from I Peruna. S ......... ... _..-..-.. _.., ........,..............-..__.. -
satisfaction the of .
in guise religious pride, bill and .
; started the
his up
will, I will nut butt or kill My moral nifipiritunl in the purblind OMumption of same eciICHiaHtical I
1 life u the filial) dependent, and ; charlatan IIU"; great brought the load safely'to the top. BT .$5OOO [FREE to ,WOMEN

obedient Child of foil by pra.vdmgcuilty <.., .welling word .of vanity some oracular "Merely horse pride" said one man. a4a2Z.i'te ( Dl'l'otlT '
tine feeding of My bodily, eZi.e 2-2i.J 'ffY-tt 2 .B4X jAiarg.i'rb1DcxandllookefIos; ; >
"j ; ,L opinion which he claims to be of equal authority who bad watched the performance.I .- _
'F- life. For if.; throiifh privation the bodily with tho teaching. of the "Sdn of .traction* absolutely Free sod Port'* _
t.. wrapping of life allC'uloI1'f'riah there wukild tetd.; You.hme it in the vaticinations ft Cou rant!-. LIMITED. MEANS." EDUCATION NO HINDAA'NCI:. paid' enough to .,.-ewe tile ralu. of -' _ _

,/tJi till 1'8-.'Ieft My .'...ential nuanhiunut -and the "mother" of Christian Science'withtlie. ALL. OUR B.OOO GRADUATES AT WORE I :

'Je J My eternal relationship: with the Father. system's slavish. literaliam and '" WKITK TODAY oSfSSXSoSSX PoxtineToilet Antiseptic .l ,
prcpcu- R. STABS:
& ale.! "A LEAP, TEAR TRAGEDY. .
.. '" Therefore chnrew" the obedient and terous ov.. laIDl.. The contempt Ior the , Ga. Puu.e .
A.-ALA. -
," .,, pendent lift. an.l will trust the earn. and libyaical' thatthe syatem breathes and '"I understand Mire Pass y Is Berry : : ..rse 5. : JawrBsarMi .
t ,.. dom of{ My Father unto the .end. Iireed the refusal I to give medicine, out that she .asked Jim Lorrlmer to .. wat'.,.. "0111 PC"
Jeans there u-nunc..uti-4, | a philosophy" of pi" hoot!! stores. which (od hn. laid forUM now thenx'Bemoves ......te..<|iaMaloSj _ _
t up Sweat ItchBlister: ? ROYAL FOOT WASH eures
her/ p f I-T _ _ _ 1k. e..t.lntag
life wliic-h. ... a" anne *. it i i. lofty nr.d pirUu m leaf and plant and flovvi-r nnd, ininral. marry odor.
I H I U I RT I of tent, armpits, etc. i stops chaflpg; If not at druggists< which Iniuat > AkalUuntf t
\ *(. l'erlii the romnioiir.t ,am among, and which million, of educated men "Whyr" I Itt.. I send 25e to EATON UltUQ CO., ATLiUTi, O*...for 'aU sire, poat- ......... .*4 v>' _ _
4 men la cnticini i the interest of the apiss )hate. given their lives to moJco available, "Because she has found out that paid I sample for So stamp. One application proves Its merit.. Money: back If not eatlllfte4.I BHiveBertaauMlrCpcef-, .
; ". Itual and l eternnl to the curnal and temporal. the willmicnemi. to east themaelvea or a rtjM. Tsi esale.
to live there III another man who would have' .. .vse,. -- ..aks.-
'I !. All atii.ut) u* they are nrone )hild over tIme pneipice, claiming' the aanc4ion I i
a* if man did live I by lirend alone nml,\ of certain "Hcripturea" a. their variant asked her If sho hadn't asked: Jim."- I reere AntI.qutW ,

't'\ where! t thin .0 t rutth.rv. wi'il,;1 have 1 hired 1 on u>r capiiiR ileatrur-lion ia, in tlie!, eyes ofmnuist Cleveland Plain Dealer.lln.Wlnslow'aHootblngKyrup. tlMjMtsl.Ba.rSM r.- ?',

.I any term, and .(.eUmii u iM-comea the ccmRiiming men and. women to-day, a ain of proitumption. I iJvcH2srA ttJ.* tenll/U** % _ _
p.iosinn' ..f 1,1', V It* ,rhoosmg. 11\\- Tlie, lyitem IS against the. corporate --- -- i dssesgoadtbanasy\ l _
lead. the liuncut ., resulted from d..II. common sense of the race, agamat. fornhlldrenteethliu -S samhiaptic Iirspsvatis' 1
> mit in the will, ol t 1,1.! rather than thepnaiiiiili 1 the jirojiortiou of faith ; it discard doctrine ;, soften the guumirediireiiiaflamnua- _'i -"F.
gotten t at S the price of I like. he colic. iiSa. bottloOaly .... The formula of. noted Boston icia t
gratifn..lioM t u the *cd truth of Chrint'a thou alta3lipaln'ur'MuWiUd.. a i phy ..,
disobedience, mil Mailer won for u. I tin- .!city' and "tOO"I))""'. winch have been 'I RIFLE , PISTOL CAKTRIDGES.T. and used with great gucteit M a' Vaginal1 .
great initial vu-torv ovi r temptation, aim! held! by the overwhelming majority of themembera alter repeated failure: to eatch on .. I -

I by Hi i ii. *i>irit and ."...mpl, .- lm. l>een lending of, the (')uristmara church in evrrvie doe a girl ..annoum her decision\ oem er to I @ It's the shots that hit that count. Winchester I Wh..fofLeucorthtLPeMcCataJTbNasaI-" _ _

million, to "r< 'ur* along the same- .< trom the beginning. "It la written.' I titliST)' --.-- .---. Rifle and Pistol Cartridges in all calibers hit that Is, I Catarrh Sore tThrx t,.Jort- Eyes.."Cub.. S
path ever .uuiruteIn they cry. Yea. ("hriat tenche 118 to "
an- '* : .
l and all of .
the econ-l) tiuiitatueun--I. lake (lie, Wer. and "again it la written: Thou ..I"Inot All creameries line butter color Why j ;1 they shoot accurately and stiicc a good hard ..pene4I' -I-' .soreness nwcu : -1.' ," .
order (in St Matthew an. the natural make tlm trial, of I the Lord thy .oil." not do a* they
-s. order-given the point of attack haa. ..change! overthrow the ( :hri.tian pulpit to the I challonee' the world to prodnoe Its equal lois n's H''', -.
The tempter haul! ouirht vulgar aect-in the if ,
would have indigestion if insist time-tried Winchester make.AL
!More men on having the ".
u obedience of ('bri..tby an .....Iult upon sacrosanct ig.lygamy of the Mormon of their, word you ; I tbsh_ JU.a.latIODID cleansing. :} !
forced to eat
Hit I 'pliyllnl i l apixlite and faith in }IiFather' which such an informing! expose has. been - - _.. II DCAUCKS .SKLX. WINCHESTER' : HAXB OF CARTR1OOKS: I amdhe.llDlrp; ) Itltnltal1p..lltch.1Ur'. .. , .
made cause *inflammation and discharges! -
hud temptation by a Congressional committee
He overcome during
csre. THMn'af. .. _' urnfnr__ CoiifltllllDtloU; . t9 tutu infallible :jt
I AIII** no- nn.n. ,
the '
Hia I week. Not that
of t..tIn the Mormon
put i I
the atrength. tesafnettOn'l
thronsb .. .
-. medicine for eouRhn" nnd ixilds.-N. W. _- .. I box l sauL : .
--'------- - -- -- !
the = .
attack i i.. made only adulterer- would. God be - -
God. fo now the upon ; were 19UO. .. _
1. Feb. 17
riant)*!., Ocean Orove. N. ,... Iak..tU.teIJI..c.a..lI..raau
... ., Him through that very truat.. An 1111- but he is tlie only man now before tine I '......own 1..1...._'ITAI...... .In fLUII If Writm forth...T..Box ..l"aau.7. ,

awervir.g loyalty and confidence! In the will, ( 'bristian public. 'who claims a new revelation Some women wilt believe] any kind of NORTH-SOUTH-EAST-WEST GANGERi !,,! ,:: r=: .JL AU01I CO; 7 !'ope mq..)c.tcs, .... .'1:
dmeovcred, That loving of later and'.haigher. authority than .
been with ,
of Hod haM tory if there u a *candl connected< tni"t it wa which made Him.choose. 'to I that made through I the holy and n in lent . -.- vcw,| WISh r.JQWEJlr ... r- i'A': : wrltlna to .dv.rtI.-At14-04)( ,
suffer the pann nf Imngcr. rather than ,Jesus, expressly sanctioning: hi. lustful tor 1.1.1: Money Order. : ai. BOM*On, : --.. r*. Qrvr' time n.m*> of ,this paper. wh." ) .
"> tlieiu.. by a roirsvlfwrought ) creed. __. ___ _____ .
arbitrarily teimmate The John A. Kaiser:; Seed Co.: La Crosse
'for Hiniarlf' Ah. then, here n "I aa the chosen of God havo hnd a vision \Vla.. mail .postpaid 15 tr....., consisting of I

Hie strength. 110 nenr 1 by" there. must lurk\ which uproot and supersedes, the morality "- Apricots. Applea. Cribs: Cherries: Plums, GARDEN AND POULTRY FENCE
.. :His weaknene' "Then ne read. "thedevil taught by the Lord Jeau Christ; I Peaches and P......., 'Junt the thing for a cityor .- 4J1I1R119W""I.RPROO ,
taketli Him into the holy city and\ like Mohammed'a about the family better country garden including tbe great B..- .
\ : .
- setteth Him upon tl-at corner of the wing than Chriat'a, therefore I bear my prof. mark Apple, all hardy Wisconsin 1 ,
: which, overlook from it* 011.1. CbOTHIM .. Hihl848ii c.ta lot, .. IJ&t 51 c.ta W
"'{' of the temple rence sanctioned by a voice from heaven. are sent you free upon receipt of $ aloek'l' | & i'!

: diuy'' height the prie.ta', court below Henceforth my revelation: shall, put me AUD roa ISc. AID THIS R r..I.Rnf"'u. ,. (0 c.ta w' .m.. .. ?
I I. where the thousand of .Icwinh pilgrims, nhove the law. of tho land. Outwardly I you g"t tufficitnt seed of Celery: Carrot I The lot ratfffch AilM aortrai.an1 Nh, *
laa...' gathered from all over the "'01'1".l have. to but I enianinchiaerada'
__ may epinplj secretly will Kadish and I --5:
"--I. .-. If Thou be the Son of
]kc P' down.,' That will be an ideal and perfectteat modern time a more pcatiferon. exampleof ] I Howers and lots of vegetables for a big I Ii (he morfd_Thy ut ntfcmbtock '- )' \I /' V >"t 7 low leas than.'JO Bods.: This .Is SOt; a cheap set- .

.' i of your hliil relation and your religiou: hypocrisy and delusion! And i 'family, together with, our !great plant and I Leavenborne. ::
j Father' care fur You. Iecend when we remember that reiieatedly iu recent I I If.. + of and TMerr.11)1! cumffeeJ to 4: 1
., into the midal prieata people. years emissaries. from Utah have :- f>e jet : '
win intantly the acclamation' and popular this accursed system lie' ... in proclaimed the I It was probably some rr\.d-\ man who | bract .AH retaJte*a: er>Ml Own.AJLTom -i:: --: : Poultry' and Rabbit raisins pays bettet than' Sot4i -
ele have toir. ton "I.* rep K.1IS, _.*> ;:
welcome which You will ouomuuu.iu. send esuak with
Kant; chiefly simpleminded rutica I first discovered that trouble never cows : -- '
conquer by long years of suffering and fail and mountaineer, we realize the am of I angly., I II 1VIIa CIIAIUII C4.IJawDlllJllaa I :: -t :-S':3: : Uon ,this pa .,. ..... w. wilt *.r.iM>y ..&......:
What worship. and honor and homage I I
:; ure. permitting it thus long. _
t. will be Your! How qu.cklr.You will stand This country can never endure part: : ANDERSON HARDWARE CO.

l. at the head of believing Uraelt Surely, polygamist and part monogamist ELECTRIC FLUID. W. L. DOUGLAS _
-- ia nothing to fear for It ia written, ATLANTA. GEORGIA. ,'t
;f there Hut my: friend, the capital ain of pre- I .
I 'He aball !give JIll .',11. charge concern- umption ia committed nearer at home"'ln' estraetoroures; I .3. & S3 SHOES ''Z! .
.ing Thee; and .on their hands they sha'l than this. There ia self satisfied: credulity rheumatiSm, neuralgIa, e4. >ll..,
bear Thee lest haply. Thou daub Tby cramps and 1 all .v hpi and pain.NoihUin I W. L. Ooaelavialioea "
up which makesmen that
u .' fancy they can Uk. It Try a bottle.wvadoetor'i have by their BEST FOR THE 80WELSOUAKAMTBBD
.: foot against a .t un"
all of law.
manner ipirkual cast $ bUl*. Ask your'druyrKlBt ,
excellent style
location of the ,
c..oof'tha. \ :
The very: themselves down all aorta of religious' precipices I ", \41..rt U. or end voW. (1aup -
temptation atteats the subtlety of the take all kind of risks i.i the affairs '/ C. HUOHKK. Attarst oany-Httlnaj am tJ
4 u tempter. H*. i.. taken to the Holy City of the aoul at K tan'. dictation and "' .. jL(.QU irtvnMd; bIg' pa" >rlor wearIngqualities. "
achieved ,
i -and to pinnacle or wing, .( the temple.Think I
i3 a yet that somehow at the end they will -- .
sat of
been Jesus' sacred tlie lavrfiMt
I._ what inUSUliave" come out without bail It i* not, the Ton"Want I
tool This is What shoes In the I
'. ? love for Jerusalem and how naturally ignorant about God but those! who have auiy - .
world. _
-p i, t deeply by Hi.the mind surrounding would have All.been the influenced pasradonate -- obey had good Him who opportunity fall into to this know sin. Him and Dare Ton iij Malarial T.'let PV They are that juit as rood- .,
ef Hi. nature I aa eon you I
religious patriotism of ( would be When any Christian man lets himself:! sad p5 waD-=- t u.. alt to SS-the, only' J \
M. all Hia deepest springs feeling Ui'i' CA'I'
touched the sacred aaociatione of the nit easily and airily from a plain duty to .. aug ets difference U tbe prle I L .
t by God, or does a sin against light he near BUll MEDICINECL .! StinfordC OB. .
Holy City. Beautiful for elevation, thet the sin of When a.I _t, joy of the whole earth, the city 0 f the presumption. ... man of ...- dlrMttoiu.of qvtek .m4 certain Look lot name anA ] _
the world .
deliberately "iol. ths express ,.g-uiaraat..d I. .i( eta.. &1seta. ME tmtCURED I
king whither the tribes of the Iorde'up'year en price on bottom ;i -
great . _
C ., .
will of .
God our Eaviour, rear after year aeb seuw irni "
How'a Dnnarl* uses Conwai I_.
lu. by for worship. )
-j year
"A the relying upon some vague hojpv! of deliverance Coif akin, e m_...l BObetbe tI
'. wetits" s.ghtsi: mountain .
precious :
:\ ; for which we have no divine warrant, AnMit latest Leather yet p__. _
i .;\\i-\ ( lie around abo'it Jerusalem, so en- he is approaching the sin of fiersumption. Fiut Ce.., (,*,.,. wa af. *'taia.aliyaiali.Wrltefer ......Ira.
the Lord about them that love> _. ....... __ tod lad I
,m : campeth;': Brethren safety lieu in learning the < 'Him. "If I forget the. 0, Jeruaa- our Dropsy .blessed towaISt'eI. _UI. ladgssIS$ I
i.>_r< iu.,00, hem let my right hand forget ita cunning." Uhriat.perfect bUll lity. and aimplicity of Jesui ?, .wN a1to'saadIerfasss,.W"P.. bowet.. .. It 1
' I' devout Jew thxtru was a spot on S ton a blue 'p.s4.thse .' Istoat.
If for .c.. .
"Keep back Thy 'aervaiit aiao froniv.sumptuous effect* cut I .1- (e sies, what aMa yea. .I
--i earth which, warranted the meat smeondittod : days a penaaaent I '
ii ',', I treat it was the temple .r Jho.vah ain; let them not' have di j ; I"jlvcaifree.Mathiiircai y.1.. 60 day. THaltrcalmeat t be'al_ cAcAazTs Take .,.yes stare Will wtIsi.esf get .1( ,-II ausrast.yes g.S ,..

$ in'thefirt ritligieu capital **' the nun ion -over Woe; then shall 1 b* cprignt _ _ write Of.M. H..,-i's Seas. 1.' ..., ... .__ .sit J .1."t.._ sold e. Sslku ..
/ ,world. here it waa while Ria.u 1'as .und ifffacent' Irooi tlM great" trtoagna-- .- a ..,....Ue\a, Box B_I AtIaIIta. ,ea. 4 I bsslsS free, A .1."e. F.C.. er. .
yibtLncwIth triumphs sestki !Muei. t sisa"> -- '. -. .T.i
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t.tiu& { tc: $ \!'uiji:( Uu4iui; 1L_ -I -A Dandy 4.For*..8nrea. ; ''There's,Make nothing Clean'lllte doing Sweep.,.a thing 1 -:; -"' ''" ' 1DANN'iTH .

,.I 4' 'T.LaPNONENO. 11 __ Dr. Bergln, PaD, 'Ills., '"I thoroughly- all the salves you '
C :', 1'Q8LlailaD.''Va.Y. ralAi.y . have used B all&rd'. Snow Liniment; ever" heard of, MucWen's Arnica Salveis : SH .1YlAN" ,
n ;.: e. Valley Oaiette JSnlldmir, .always( recommended Ho. my friends, the heat. It sweeps" away and CUI,9burnll _
boils uloera
: : ... &;.. I am confident there 1s no better _
made a dandy for burns. kin erhpttAns i and piles.! Its .
{ J.? K. POUND;, t.. Thuna who live on Ja.rms are specially only trio and guaranteed to Klye.jia.ttsfautlon I I .. :
+, W.' a,.H AKUIS, r PaoPJuETOR'. lial>lelo many accidental cuta. ..burn by.tha.._ O.ccola. Pharmacy.A . ', .. -'!-
bruises which beal rapidly when Dai- -' - -- - '
i: .j" J., B. POUND Editor.' lard's Snow Liniment Is applied. It Thoughtful MeM. t-: l .
II -'Xataiwl attb-Pomoffle"- in ICla.lmlllM-,Fla., should always be kept 1n the house for M. M. AuHtlr.\ -WiwlieSWrr!' ; Int., '
?I i.,..._u..oond- laM mall matter. '. . cases of emergency. 25cipc( $1 bottle. knew'what to do in the hour of ueed. .' ,; .. .
J, .. Sold by ThomaHon yC lioberson. His wife had such an unuaual-case of .. ..ti
" taub.ertb.. '..will pt..... notify tb. offlce Uth stomucn and liver trouble!, physicianscould '-
T all to c the paper e tarty. .ol
y': -All oomauotoniU'D* from author- not help her. He thought : i
t s l6! Nn-e.pon4.DtI ttiiwi ot b. sljfnad oar-br.the Stove W oo I. and'trled Dr.. King's New Life 1'ilIn pA.DIES: ) i'-OEp'. .
l,7f Pjj(!,.writer.- We, will furnish Stove Wood, dellv- and she gut relief lit once and was finally l ,
union .
: called ton , Bred to any part of town at *1 1.00: per cured. Onlv-2 21'00 Oseeoloriiarmacy. -
"J' ,- The*dlu\ >r la not r.ipon"lbl.fOl oplotC ... xpr Strand.. MAYNAKU I...UMHKK (,0. y -. ,
.v _.d urowrvcpondunt. DODD.vil1 he appreciated at a #
:;,. A4vrtulog. raise m.,b. bad on application. ._- -- ,- "

'f,.I.:"'I't*.On 1.Rs l 1.-: *,oopr' .,on 8UB8CIUJT1ON.y.*r ..... . RATJM.. ...!:. I1.OO aimmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmnimmmmmmyI " "! '{ ", '{" " " "! " " " " " " " " r' THE-STYLE. comfort can be determined, the Instant they nre: fit % (4' \.

"y' -One copy.alx! month. .. . . .. .. MlI j their scrvi c. .
),' .. ted. Time mid wear hn e'well demonstrated ,
_ I 1.One.copy three month* ::#>
s '. i.,. . .
... Friday, April 22, 1904. I y Oxfords $2.*50. ,
.. )'- ReWUdtSdIe I . r
y ,Jtf the Valley Gazette has one purprtse Boots $'300.: :
a, ; that purpose can be stated\ ino I '
__ 4 ', .
the == _.. ,
f.5. few words, "To build-not to de- ''I .I

t ,.k"': ,(t'at.ro1i'hat;Is vur cement motto-noUo and>> therefore luint 'jrl\t it t '.la" w w . .C'. ._ ' Shoes

.j I",,). a pleasure to notice the elforuAnd Men's Crossett $3.50 and $4- | .i\1\l
; 1"I.
achievements of our citizen*. In- { .
; It\' IvJdual1y and collectively, and of our

l ;t they and county are. progressing. along: !! these and Ii DfH.JH-OH-- I AtKatZ' 1 makes life's walk easy.: Several, styles. Come|j .J;;!

t r.lng' none! who hill \\utjliud over I Iw i.. and see them.I HI
i _
p r bem"fo,: the past few"years will deny, ""
1.p9ln f act but toro back but a, few month Mw:: : '
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ijt'/;." .ln' rill..the be history seen such ef our evidences!town of and thin. there thus w -- I .l I Red Star BraniS Shoe ;! V

4 ?It" ,,Is gratifying and which bfsx'iiks| the Beginning MOIiday-Ap'l I I t.' Ar, 1 i Il ,

./,:'fact: that last the cloudsof) a'Jverslt. IiI Q(., i : \
74........:. .
jirhioh settled the 'III
+\ over community usN IiI: Ii. ,
:! m -
,,the.,resu.'t of that. calamity which be 18th. ; *: ? ': 1 '1'j :t ;. In Medium Priced ".,'tGents'
felt( the State in the IKI's Juu K- been | |II '{ '.l"\\':!" : '
A .
I 'pushed aside by the tfoldea sunlight I ......:{.. ." \ -. . I
of prosperity. In which all rlasuux oft f fl
1.f''our"eople are bastting. Applied u ; rj. f1// Little Gents' Ladies'and. ;
_ ,j the town this condition is I ,
: the
more -
I" | White Goods Linens jI ) ,
result'of the recuperative powers of f' !

'a tbit> country than to the efforts of the ww l r. : Misses. :I j 1

im i, :n1 lpaUt'. The message of MajoAderholt Lawns Ginghams. 1 .....-- I
\, to the City Council in a thinly ( ) 1 ;

r: document,.jujrtr 8tin r all it dues the -- :* C..A.N': tD: BE r:::.. : ..T_ 1
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.necessity for active assistance to tilt =- === -= = : : : :: __ .... ... .... I./ .-
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present condition that we may not on Pieces all Carefully Measured I- --r: -=-=_# _- = -:;=r- -=-- -- J r
t i sly keep what we have but m rlt itscoliianoe g .
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with 1?
In Increased -
; us ratio -- t tiOOOOOOO"'JCX'
'10 Is within our grain and as the Mayor and quantity and> priceplainly || i"""J".r..r: /'.-<:=", /.r."'''' ,=,,'' I.r.-r.:: OC rr.o:",<'#xx ,

Intimates the taxpayers will not ub- ::: ::::: .

*ject to'payingfor' utilities. that are aussential'to ; marked. 3 t I LIVERY FEED jiND SALE STABLE. :

provement and our Mpbulldlog prosperity,or to the the!town Ini ::;c:. ____ _ __ ... i {

"'NTERESTINQ... )' TRUSTS.FACTS ABOUT THE | N. B. Nothing of this Sale to | 4;4 J. S. STRATTON Proprietor. 9 ;:u uS t

",A,book that has just.been publish -
+ J:od.'benUtled'The Truth About TrusU. to be 1 111111ill111il11111111111111111111111 ::
Ite'aut.hol"bJ'ohn Moody, a recognlx w _
ed/authorlty on flnaacial tnatterH.
!A 'Those> who take tbe trouble to read i it 7 " :I g

? 4',:will'coma to the oouclusloa that, notlwllhstandlne -. .- .- - ,

d -. the fact that: they II&ve'j I ;(,
1 T>ea'reading/ about trusts for a cum Charged.Now S 011'1t.
|] her. of years and have been bearing .'

i r'them'denounced by 'both political parties :
r <, : theybad, but a faint conception ; : : :

',\,;amount Or the number for which of they them are capitalized and of the & . Jt. .r:,

Aooo 'Mr. Moody' there are .
' true.....this country and they are -" f1Lpats I.

'f 'JSf vldad Into six classes. Of the great + ; !

: industrial' trusts there are 7; of Impor- :k r4v IS THE: U tr'% a a vity't'4>r' by I ',hd.

i' ,t.aIIt'lo.du.t.rI&1 trusts;289; of Important .
"franchise trusts the number is planed I -.1:
';*t 111; or'great railroad groups there ;,',
,;',are 8; of allied "Independent" steam TIMETo I .,,'
Vrailroad groups 10, and trusts In pro- .,
_ _".tecs,of reorganization 13. B
\HutIt Is the amount at which these

{I ";'f:,'trusts jaifiJiatlon.i mind are can sunj.capitalized.scarcely It. -There is 120,379,162,511.-which grrfap is no ajspals(such doubt the anmmeDM" Do THAT LIITIE JOB OF P PiiIu I ; "x }//f. :,

h >irever,'' that-the figures given by Mr il
1', ,J loody are correct. If any one in rev ..
;t' glut ion ary days had predicted that intie -0 :',
r '., more than century there would .
i of transportation lines +-' Ready Mixed
groups ; and x
tluBtrial plants having, .a cvpltallza ,__. : 'f'x ,.
>n of orer a billion dollars each Incountry 4 ;
t.. he would have. been .
. Dry Colors x .1X
kuehed at.: '.1
6 :AH\ this vast wealth In trusts baa x J JI
y jfceea collected in them In less than a =- XLI
aeration; ._. Much of the wealth of '
+5' urea existed before. The steel trust, Oils, Stains, I 1 1I
e toroID.t.aDC8> ; Is obouposed of many ,- f- Wp ,1
rl, land"thatwere years.In building ton
i point at which they had. arrived ate Varnishes I I'}
i time they /rere' absorbed In that ,- ,tI
. jsu. The same U true in respect to ;-.... I ,!!
d I;'t'atlroaden. .
f tt; According Mr, Moody the three Plastico .1,
jreatost world are the r
1 lorean trusts'tthe ',- which bas : f

k>.capitalisation nnsylvanla- at; 1,822,402,235. group of 12,265,116,350.which and{ the Is capltalfe United the- y res ColdWater. Half Bio I from Depot and Hotels. .

tea Steel Corporation better knownthe
i steel trust which U capital iced = .yty .
Paints and
Rubber-tired Vehicles
j.l,370.OOO.OXK, A these a Stylish Gentle Horses :
area\ show why Mr.Morgan exertssU ,
aa extraordinary Influence In the Careful Drivers. Rates Reasonable Y'i,
eld of finance and why the Emperor 1 ,
'Germany was glad of an opport.u.&oreoel.e i1) FINE LINE OF BRUSHES. '
y and entertain him on j. Phone 61. t

i yatch. The group of railways and .
j steel which be controls have ACYJAO-J i'Y',+I
Fiapltallsatlon of 3,6i5,116,350., - - ----- ,
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} John Of Rockefeller U, regarded a. The )News' From Taatle. On
last Thursday April 8th, the
an- A (ireot i
r I..ber'ol.trulLl. He began whatMow Sensation ,
the Standard Oil Trust In the We had u tine rain last Thursday, gel of death visited the home of Mr. There'! was a big:, sensation In reg- ,
d4y seventies.. 'The lines which he Parian Paint which refreshed things In general. and Mrs Hardy Haulei-Hon and took v lie.,Ind., when W. H. Brown of that .11'!
out for it then are being' followed The crops are looking fine. away from the suffering of this life his pace life who was expected to die, had 'l j

without[ they are any the lines material which deviation are fold ,- Mr. Dallas Sullivan pushed. their little son, Stanley! who had been covery for saved Ir Klnp't.lIe Writes- .i\' X' )I.1 1

In the building* to-day. Is guaranteed not to come off en touts to Bajlsenjer| : sick for several weeks. All that lovIng -I tend ured Insufferable agonies, from: f'
.company which h*. controlled be- Mr.-and Mrs. will Raulerson and \ hands and hearts could do wall Asthma but. your New Discovery "'

it/b formation.ln llrUUlcan'of the .oroportlons oil .trust bevasof -, no matter how long exposedto Mr.:Bennie! Raulerson were,("vlth relatives done for him, but all to no avail. The ter me effected Immediate a complete relief and soon" LlmrAnf gave. '".. ,
Lord In cure. Similarcures '
f here last Thursday night'and his wisdom had willed It otherwise of
of time, ,by ,
In te course ; many consumption,
pneumOnia +
iosj ,not necessary to mention DOW the. acti.ottof the air, sun Friday. and claimed him for His own. bronchitis and'trrlp are numerous.,
Hookefeller got control,of ten oil Our little burg was alive with candidates Stanley wait a loving, obedient child, It's the peerless remedy for all throat i j?'
pausa In sap;maw} states. ,These or weather and costs no more f.h past. Sunday. and bin place will be greatly\ missed and Guaranteed lung, troubles. Price 60c and '1. j
That by
Into Osccola
Ined bneo0mpany.
"DOW'. control- r'e4-fourtn. than inferior goods. They were a jolly party. Some, were in the family circle, but he has /goneto Pharmacy= !
i ? II ... candidates for the various olflcea of the One who said: "Suffer little Every merchant! ln Manatee
; '- county
shoulddecide'IdMl who
owppvsiit'onmant has
: children to.come.unto and forbid sold "malt extract. ," .
i .. the county and required a number of me a ccmO
of these trusts 'under the votes to ret elected, others satd they them not, for of such is the kingdomof pound Brewing manufactm-ed b, the Florida
la other 11'01'4.1..tH ,.to Company, of =
..vor heaven. Tampa, has ;. "
h _......... .\; :;meltJDa awal'. of GRAVES & GRAVES needed only one vote to carry theirelection been Indicted by the grand jur' ) of that i.t
would' be more.., rapid .... :..," as they were matrimonialcandidates. We sympathize with the. bereaved co ey for selling liquor wfthout .a 11.'. : { ,,,;
........laNoq or, was., -U. : -- II We wish'them all much family In their affliction.' } :"

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Klsslmmee Yalleu gazette' Wade, the tuner, Orlando. Work was begun on the .erection of Pfilior Pointer*. ,..;:, .... .

'Bargain 14 nemnaau at KaU's. W. JL B. garr'i' ',, new ,residence. thismorntag. Coostantius, the*' ...aA Etnperor'I. : '''' -' -

r TBLBPHONB:: NO,11, A post office bag been ,t..bit.bed'at Rome, during. ith century was eup..; S , QO TO ",, 11 :

COl1l ,'. be known. Coole,... '''Berbre purchasing good. on Siif p- posed to have been .adllloul hed 'la a 1 i'
L PUBLISHEDEYKRY ,R1DA.Yi'' Mr., John Conley .in the (plug Day go to the WarInffDrv Goods ; ; ,?
postmaster : < !;j; :
BT Uo,,, for prices. It surely P..,.. I WAT ON ,. ';"
Mrs. J. W. Millar and onlldren returned Si /
'. POUND HARRIS from Orlando Sunday where Dr. F, 6.Tboma.ol1.e: are ?.,lorry the : ""M",
"'"''' ,.
they spent several" days visiting with to 1.1'01 has been unwell for the past tl "
: = ; I .
OHUROH ,DIRBOTORY.PreMhlnf. relatlvea. .. week.- r this ; When in Need: of .; :5
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MITmODI.T "ORo o .- each sob School 1 Shoes at Stanford's uaran. Mrs; J. H. Hajrooa1: "of Jacksonville,., la.t: ; .
11 and 7 o. loel<., Prajrer TeM ln.very *. her sister Mrs. ? ; >
bath a.m. .,., Sabbath teed. who/ has been vlaiUng) !HARDWARE;, .FURNrruRE/ / I
Thuradajr-evening m.
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home r'
O. J. left for her -
Frier,. yesterday ::: _
School ':4.0 auad..lOornloJ" Mrs. DuJIv, nee Miss 'Le cy 0801'1'; ,.' <" r't, '
r. OaLL, PUlOr.'', morning, ; ; .
BAPTiir, OViMlM-O. J. Prier Pular.- of Fort Ogdeo,'who has been vUltlnjf QROCKERYiHARNESS. ,
Breaching every-sAnday 11 a,'',in, and T p. m. Miss Emma Morgan,. returned 'borneyesterday Mrs. N. Stratton, who has been tailIng .. ' ,
Tours People' meetUf '.80 e. m. Sunday in health for some time.past, ez : SADDLES. / '/ \ r,,,.. .
School ** a. m. Prayer: meeting every Thurt- : ._ J ,.
| rat.e.ust: t. ... yl.ItoteawaylwaO9m.) #-.... .. ... ............. ,. ."':..*"""" pit:._to gave.! "-' n.xy. .uQad,47Tp1ti14Y1' .: : raa l : ; '..",, ,
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""' _* > '.. NNOUNCEiI'NTS: I ''//1 ISFACTION p '"
.1 1 : 1*,....'. v ',.: -.- > -J. *" 'J.1.C..dldetee' ..f'' t .
Professional I f Cards; i PARK.HOTEL: of. i.It.'
*. . announcement will bepubll / 1VVVVVV .
> .....* ---- -- --- ,r Ie6ankofKissimmee
i ) i nti'Ier this head uutll-th primary for ( for :

r ..... ':J. M. CAHDWEHPIOfHtlETOB. StrirtlyyhdranoS.; 'J, tbe ,

,,. p t1. TNOMAHONPkyaaiare.d .' : ., : ; N. rVVV VV YVVVVV, I'.
,u...... >. j Bmrf om4LLCaUJ J Rotes< :' $1 l' "Per spay. >::1 j iWpvrlfnll. For announce Stele, ** a J / ., -- --. ----- -. -- ------ -- rf 'M"

...1...... ....... 33.: : : .
__J:Office"Ph m. 133.P' : Special"Arran4arheht|, by :: Florida. mooed of Orange.and Oeeeola ....,.. . ____
:: U. .' "bJe t to the Demcxirailo primary ... ;''' .:_ .L: :: : ,'I
'KI881M1itE:,.riA: :? : the*'m o nth. OomTortabla, = UOII., i b.MA l '},>' .
---, :: 'room'and': table furnished wthi . toma : lS \ '" ::.:.:-

A. VANS,AbNEYV.e . .. :: ,the best affords. i' For JI! t.te Se me tor, : : ': "'"

; 1 .1'.t.- I I To lb.'Demoentlo Vote,. of the 15th @.
I ATTORNEY' AT LAW... ....* j ;. ...... rial lalrict of Florida:-I lierrby ."" , ,
'-I. I ,I' m.U. .a raixlldate for HIM Senator! from the I I
I AND NOTARY PUBLIC, '| di.lrlet.ublecl to the Dnmucmilg -..- -'
be beldeni U a.18.b' of Mar< 1UO4 JI.IIIe. \ of' i '
; KISSibin :L. FLA. .wilt eedrarorto faithfully serve ,..oa. 1 (1 .

.. . ,. V- Wf1.vaoDuzar&coe'BROKERS "rlc\appreHit. wutglven.any aid. that< lb. voterc' of thus-- : era to Customers Every Facility ;

DR. J. .\v: SIMPSOJJ' : I " _W.: : : I for nslstcnt with Sound Management. I

t Pol'!!It.t.'. ttortl.P. / [ ? l7
:}; 'DEN rlT.Offi : -mow i
.DDnun bu..If.. .
I hereby e. >andld :
' Intrusted i ir.
: : I State'a Attorney of ib. 7th< Judicial "' Attention to All Business toC. v.
: v o+ef Oe0iola-PhrniNry. -- '
aubleot to the action of the PrmiM-ratie nrt... .,. .. ...,
'I O.riCE'UOtTRS" 9.. nl> I.0 12 '. REAL ESTATE r - CECIl...(i. i

.. E 1:30: to 6:30: p. m. .Pop. State Attor. ; ior N. 'B. CARSON OASHIffR.p ': .' '
f Tejei>houe No. 71S Jun 6, lyr.r AND IN'SURANCEooooooooooobooo the '
Irsiectfntl' ;announce candid ,
- my ior : Ii. ? r
;wi. m
. ="Y'1'W' .
'. the Bouillon of State Attorney of the 88. m.. -
t' JJR. A. B. STEVENS. Judicial CIMUUol Florida, subject te. the< tbs' '1 : .
ocnttesomlu.UenonMayleth i O4.
.' ... I offer mid pledge a cl..u and leaxleea. ) a* :
i.; ; .rratloaethsdutleeof lbs abov*
olRrw, and re-peia ally eniiclt lbeaup AI
! "(fin AdnrinUtered. W R. Wheeler, .J.JI vlrrtora of the tfevenlh Judlolnl: CI.eult.
riorlda. Joni C
3. y't
U.ftc 1 a3l ., and .
S;, .. *. Mo.ur.1 J O A.S.r..aptoPrYu.r... ? 1 ; f jU"TaAoCTf( t $ r For .."......t.U"- .. and for

.. liLA.JDf'"LORID: : N! >r* ' ; 'AMDKissirrijTiee' BU'LDEa.4 I $ .Jtcpreaenlallre I hereby: announce of Oereole.myaelf County a candidate and ::: :: : In to .N C. Stanford" ;

't ----- fully solicit. Lbe eupport of the Oemocnoio I'
: ., i .Florida *"" eeo-
; '
;i J i M.-vyiLL6N; JR..J! : J. W. .
. i -. ,j Modern.kJoHbfiia' > ( arid* Arttt\ 4 I Tile OrlQlnatpr of Low .
,?, NOTARY URL i. f C'. For til. ... *..&t..... I. I
tic Dwellings specialty.SATIS'AC
- 'l STATE AT LIROH. \ a I reapeotfhlly: announce myself a : ... Prices In Klsslminee (. "-
for the Led-lydnre from Oaceola County the .'f:
:: : f
Real X.tato .
4gent. ION GU R14TEED4jy leftto the Ovmiieratlo primary to be :
. KISS1MMEE .fLORJl. May. joili, and reojiertnilly, solicit We ( .. Attention' to Jlig Heto\{ qciod I .
... .. .. .. .. . . yyq,, ytskaly Vv'Y1M1A'NA 'b. Deroeralla voter ;
'1 n. c. 2.' J

fa '! .$ i. .... ........ .... ... I For Clerk Circuit Court m Spring and Summer 1904. :
bRe J. H. POWEL'L, ; V:1t
I era a randlilale for the office of Clerk I i &
: : Court of Oace .: 8p.clallstr' ii. fin f ARr,1V1'n41f, 1111 t uf b. demneretle primary. *] ", .,. I :,. .... '
II - '
,.1', ...1"11111. ."ppol1 of thu democratic ;: t\; ,
: throat : '-CI'tOVI-O'' of. th.Auunly. K. L 3. dg the attention of the public to my Spring and Sum t: ..,. j.'J;!;,

.E" y'c,far, Nose, and 1 for f 19O4 do so with considerable pride, conscious as .L
4. Chest. .. For Clerk Circuit Court. au'"- and all < ii.Y;};' ,
, ; "i .'I .h...r..t.., announce nraelf a candidate ,. II fact that it is far. superior in quantity quality .. '.,j 1
IOEAALD..OA. 1k.omceolCbrkof the I'lrr-ult, Cvnrt; of .. ; the of excellence than that any previdus season, and ,'. ' I
h RI ....1. County lubjvct to ttieaulloo ..f the I bettsr to take care of the needs of my :1,1)1. ,:
I im preparee ,.
ocratic primary! : to be hold Nay lutli. and j
f.1: ,' epeotfully. ....lh'lI.b.. .support. of.tue peonla. The stock is--full. complete-every, available Inch of +.!. ..;r .,,,' I't
: .
; ..- J),; 3. ; 't
.', I.. store being utilized--therefore it will be Impossible.
,./ .t.J1 For Sheriff. -5 No. i even to mention the numerous articles that' are. 'on' .. .lii" '.
PO the DtniocratI ; Voter of Oaceola of., counters in fact but few of them can be /
M !and ; a very ."'t
: ftJl THOMPSOM I lu-nbir announce mTM>t< aa a '( "
; : i ,. .w Jieol&oe..f Hhertffof 000.I.. County and N.. ,t alL Special attention, however is called to the fol. | i )
\ ueally tullvlt the nupport' > ol all Deinnerw . .

}funeral Director and J m.'-' t. I .5 S w. J.H.., '..,' ":" 4 ''" .'-.' ,;:ti'" ;::;i'ia AND SUMMER DRESS QQODS.'Tbe; latest' ''JJi,

*: Far l' "erlfl. \ j _for.;igt;f*%. :...:HI" I.ft fashionable? paterns. the /nost useful and weaVable"iera )'; .' ', : ..
'balm6r. \ I il hereby'aonounce. mr'aelf 'erOollld : ..
r a te Nf"lJ! "' summer' '. . ."1 r
. !t .', ... 1t1.. r: f 1'.... r., r. Mf ':I. l I I"A. Sheriff ol Oaceole County aabject lo the &.",* > / 'lo lady :should buy materials .for.her ,' t
'" 1 l i .' .. ,' oftneDemouratbd roaportfully. seeing! these !goods and"getting" our. ..prices ,Ask to- ";if.
1I .. .e ,
11J1 1114 hell the of
1 h pIBU. It support ,M4mary.Iue o voter ,.
-- t -..._r _J, ,. -. .' Ml3PItA IJ tfceOnanty. . T r'line of lawns. Special selections of these !goods.., 1 ;
; ;
J5UflJFULfJ ..NUJtuaw. E U V mercerized ginghams Mad. i; ,. 'sl
well in zephyr !
as .
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|GRIFFIN6fS CATALOG i Hor CoM.ty J.dfae. ; : :: sigh materials for leight weight skirts and. the. latest | ,, ? ': .
4 \ : I hereby aahaunce myself.. a candidate. lo-I shirt waist material, : 'X'i ,
; re-elpciloii to tli. office of Oouuty: J ud.. of ... '
r TEJXa ABOUT THE)(. '*! EverythingTor, all l\'t
T. I\.l\ MURPHY 1 aide County. .abJ_ !< the action of the I Z. i AND EMBROIDERIES.- pur-
| ; neratto-rrtmary. lo be held on the 10U d. ,
-... I L' the latest styles good, better best in quaUt ,'yet \
:\ :.:rwua&., JM.uac heet Jay: IKOt.\ blncerely thanking the -
just .. tpecouutrfurtheir IMIII aunport, 1 promUit" ; I. Ie| in price, the lowest-not the-cheapest for lfeheap"- "+
\ } oompleeeltae of o, : 1ft'1""len. .1 b and if
a I J rioter; F.wltAov wl l give my >t latent ?
theelu. cep Bind sbrubMTrjtCataln I \41.b. dleobarke of the datlra of the office.A po pans inferior and this ire do riot carry in these goods:' '.
e ;? -ryPutllc i Urfc. Jr tea trees A; 14.. JuH: ; .- 5. NAPKINS, BEDSPREADS TABLECLOTHS-* J I

'. + a-=Tre._ . <,' Poi .... Collector.I I line material for window curtalqv '; ',r 'f
: ;: .... ;-< > : fine and also fine .,
w . ,Omee to- v.-.-Dvnr- ...11_;. w : berebT .announce my a* a / "to :TS.--The American (Beauty, in all style*-long! < \ "
.. '4NNOR,PPJN. rfPOtOD4PAA. ''or the poaltlon of Tax Collector of on' .... .
--'-- xmty. .lIb)_ to the _Iou of the Aemo-. BS and nurses. There may be cheaper corsets ,,, ? '. .'
.1 K 88IMMEL. FLORIDA: JA(3KiONyftll',. primal.. .. and renpectfu.ilto'lutl i lb. ." better. They are perfict fitting : J :
but there are none |
of ail throe having a vole therein. If el .1l.r J Jj '
: .. j ..S1dFllkMfEMtM. _,. ..-.. ... .....:.. .. f' ...a..icnulred min. to by diiclwgs law. lam deltas' 0'Uke oW.. : wearers and built for long service. ._

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Por Tax,Collector.bereby / . ; ,; 'reb j ,;<
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candidate... .
ORMAD-aad---INDUSTRY I announce myaelf a for I ,
:SHOULFla. K8o >.!Tarn Uell .rID and for Oiceola tbe D .. ,'
l $1..ubjsct to the action of the demoeratle : to. utility Shoes. for Ladies _
mario II uoml aged and elected I proml and y... ,
Iti1urg clv. p.raasLUm sad aitenUen, ) to the the '.mglns Shoes for Men. I

I '"St.: kce and aoilclv-your- votes Bepectfnliy.m ,. .- & ,

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(Offer' nnaaual "axlrantuai shoo who wish. (.review before taking liie Uniform ;fJ..
teBxamlnatlunforTeaenera and totliomwbq wllh tflUlivananooiine* la Manual f4 For ma Colbotor.hereby 2. 'f, 't'r'
i I alnlug.DomeaUc "eI,,gCS.vs4 *>-.laaCuJNteJdud1. / u... r aenounoe myself ,.a candldat ; : ,. "' 'i1" .
Tax Ooll.cter0aoeola to ""' .
County mblect
F. Special SU, Week Tens... .ee...... Aprtl, It. ._ acMon of th.democratli! primary. ',
,? "jfc tbe
7rrv n -fff 7 f W B Mi AKllfflOIi JI
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; Thi.8chocthiflaJe 7lit lit.e *Dtif.aJea herCioiir>Jne) .lrhoot.hnlldtoga wee lit '. ? Y .In' 1"r"", '....I..t. N. C..BRYAN.Secretary. '
Vxl.rn eqiilp
l hg hnol,anelyequlppMahopforrManual aewlng, ay., b MLv,.goo.,lftraUirr Training.>a.marnlBimnlUj On. equlpneuta. .for...tcaohlnit.. anJJ cook->rtu & u.sofk!it.ttrioof my.friend I hereby -- rr JC: E "
all ana PTirtlCKrtTUlmre.ienarlraent' oryoun5Iaatte. a Cartel Company food literary noe niyeelf .a candidate f _, .
.. School Orebeatra, and a fine location on the western bore at Taupe Bay, Oeeeola. Conotv cnbleot to the action of .L {
acletle e .
"4 ,..:on... theioo.t | l'.evat>ln W.......... : Twos, ."dorm4Wrle. : Dhmooratle primary. io be held May JOI_. .. 'foe Co. ;
c .ftl be aral.ab'.Aprlfll, Thlioue! ol.thereat' eqaUpel' 'I ,'and- or anl d .* .oo\lID'\ nTecUd I pdce .my MrvBee eoIlotl.: to the the & Carson ,
wbosonuipgeourt rS .ocery ]
to .
South.TUITION I' : r
': i is' iEI REE.t. &I For Tax 'Aae -1'I .. -Wkoleaale and Retail Dealer ,. ., I

-t.. Neotespy. expenW tor 1MI&ftJ.w Hie*peelal.t. wuv b..'..hl.....Apr: I T, 'ir l i DIKOCBATIO. VOTKM or OeocoLi. OCER lES:: j
'.';//I' 1- IS. ual.xo, irL Board' tbe doraltorle' *will coat $ .00 per week I and ..rerything rTT: ,
I I. furnlihod. Write for circular ctrlne; fall Information In regard to Ins wear I JTbereby anmrnnoe raywll a candidate. ,; .
"l aln u.- :.. 3 t iSj, rCL-l f*.. *, -"- 110"... .llIetlora' .Ixincxrailo' lotbeoUeeolTax. primary. May Aaaeaaor loth . the, . r ''j

I'y:: ; ,' "" .aa.i.: ", \ SalArJw : th pIUI Very reapectfuuy.U . ]1'.0118". & ... ;
4 )
-ir.t, I I Celebrated Fertilizers : :

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I 'l Clrcmlera) cud PrlceePeimUked -
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] on "II".tlo. .
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'" naesaay gator ntdea'wnrfcE be secured In the I
ruu vo Jacksonville
i':: uuluslon.JK neighborhood of Catfish creek duringthe !
.n1lth jbuainens
00 i a
past month. There were about 100 I } | WOOLOou.ia.tr3r 1t
Special bargains In Pound Goods of them four of which measured twelve HIDES ,

J .' and Short Lengths at the KemnantI feet In length He has also during ".., .::;1. .'
;Store.- that. tlmejcllled a bear the hide of I }iI.
I f '*Mr.. Arnold Armlstead has been seS which came with those above named tp --'C. : Erodxxoe a specialty; :,a,,: r:

""rloullltll the past week but we are the tannery. f I MAMiAMN '
pleased to know Is Improving.IvMat'Standard Bishop Gray arrived at Narcoossee ,, """"" '' { ga .I' .

fi Patterns at Kau'1 on Saturday! evening, and held a. Visitation l. f.-

>also Designer. ( service In St. Johns Church the ALt KINDS OF { 1,.,;......" f"
morning was
Sunday '
on ; '
t 3';BookV at half price. We are 0)98-). truest of Lieut.-Col. and Mrs. Cadman.On ,J....;!
;a '1Jur; out our. entire stock of books at Monday the Bishop held a VisiLaLion WORKIDONVF ; ATEII'YELIJIJEr:9 " ,
'naif price; Dann, the Shoe Man. service at Haines City; on Tue.- ':

""t nJfc'Mr; E..O.: T&a.ual11; loft oa ,I>iesdayp dav a Visitation service at Auburn- :

!' *r.her home la Benton Harbor M Ich,, dal, leaving for yest' Palm ,Beachon : ; ;:'.

w where ahfi.wUl. spend the summer, :rueadal .night.. if Fa'" _*.,L'v': ,, .N..O'i.'DJ//J l ,
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Ijaa'llaiilecAt.fU; ( 0 JZullCtft A Uuady For Burns,.. t tDr. __ Makes Clean like Sweep.There' "". thing :
,,,..""r 1.NPNONI NO. 11 Bergln, Pana, Ills., wrlteri1\'I ,Ahoroughly. Of all the salves you.- 7
''I i ,V1* .1'Ii.'a. KVKKV( ...WAy- hsve0s'dd Ballard' Snow Liniment; ever heard of, Uucklen'u Arnloirs nlve' DANK THE SHOE MAJN";
:UNFee In Valley GazetteK1UlVMEB.OaCEULACUUKTT.yLA.llufjdait ;' always recommended it to my friends, ]18 the best: It swoefis away anti cures
alii I am confidebt II'I no belter .burns, sores, >81''euts, bolls, ulcers ,
i 7 '( ,. made. 'It is a dandy for burns. "' ,' Hkln eruptions and pile>> \ *. It's '.'
__ 'Jf/1p.' PoVNb"- : Those who JIve on farms are specially only 2.x and guaranteed to give *utisfaoUon .

.'r'N.: .,HAJUUS, 11- PBOPIUETOHS.J : .. l liable to mady accidental cut., burns by the U.ceola, Pharmacy.A .- . .
\ ' bruises, which heal rapidly when Mal '
-r Yi'' : B. POUND, Editor. lard's IIlIow'Llnlment: U applied. U Thoughtful Man. I' A- '
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'\*-'nU Md at lb.-ro;u>flles in ICtallmmIa.., should always, be kept In'I he house for M. M. Austlr. of Wliu-hebter, Ind. .... ,' "
;; ,as a oon4 la.. man roamr., : v" mater of emor DC1. 25q:, GOc, $1 hotby.ThoiaaBon knew what t<> do in the bour of need. : ', . ,1'. .", .
- tte. .old & Itoberson. His wife had such an unusual case 0 ... . -.. ,"! : art***< .."""":
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uJbe"'c''W1It, plea** notify lb.. ofllo.11; ,L, .. .. : .
;"n > tall b set the 1 ---' "r" : '
Ib.i paper renulantyih .. \
) .' l oomuaolofttlooi cxc-oil ( Stove : .,; ,
Wood. ,_. : "
; t.d.orr..pond.nta' must :b. 4lKU\ .d by the .,- I.

y,,?,,. 'I Balled wriMi.J cU>din' u'r,.flU', uotb. returned unless. ''We will furnish( Stove ,Woo' ' +r---' ; ........ ...',.. . I '" .. '"
". lor, bred, to any part of town at $ ", j
1: ;i. Tbnodltor Um>lTmipon>IM.-lorplulon' ox.I Strand. MAVNAK'U LtJMirawimimrninrnminnr j ,
,, I pt-Mii*<1 bjrenrrvipondonu.jAilvartldcg - .
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'k-' SMpplementr-Kissimmee Valley Gazettp April 22 1904. .
i t IIUB8CJllpt10N RATK3. " ' " .- ,
.", On*eopy one r. r .rr-. .. .(Lee( Mr.
t hi One..opyetmouthe. \ . ,' '. ., ,, ,Luae -- -- -. ,-- -- -
'," ,\One! ,oopy, throe mon h., .. !NKW YORK FOR PA KER. Florida'. Cattle>FeedlBR Capacity. The election for bonds was held,recently flood Spirits.

i ; FrWay, April 22. 1004. I III fatten la Arcadia. The citizens decided Good spirits don't all come from
Florida, equipped to 1 the
1 a ry' r--- --- I Rem' Convention Adopted Unit Rule and to bond the town for 17.000, 112,- Kentucky. Their main source *
all her cattle and
nearly or quite own .
liver--and all the fine spirits ever
for Him. 0.iO for it school'bulldlog and $5OUO)( (
,, jtfthe Valley Gazette has one pur- Instructed that withlittle use of a little corn. for street but the measure -, made in the Blue Grass State could +
t, 'jjose, that purpose can be stated tot New York April 19.-The New York The latest report of Commissioner to Imf.l'Oyement.'j bbor waterworks not remedy a bad liver or the hundred-
and-one ill effect it produce You
'1.b.'fw words! "To build-not to de- r- State Democratic convention last evening McLln shows an acreage of 10,829 in was defeated. can't have good spirit and ,a bad

& ] hat Is our motto'and therefore it is"Always this state to the National conventionat reparted none, where we know startling incident 1* narrated by must be I in fine condition if you would

' !," a pleasure l to notice Jthe efforts. St. Louie to vote solidly for Alton there, were'some, for instance DeSoto John Oliver of Philadelphia a follows* feel buoyant, happy and hopeful,

) .t,1 and achievements. of out-citlxons, InivJ'dua111 n. Parker for president.The Lei and Alachua, among the lead I was in an awful condition. My bright of eye, light of step, vigorousand You

*\,}( ( and collectively, a.ndofOlr IAtl unit rule! was adopted.The log stock counties. In 1903\ a conservative skin was almost yellow, eyes sunken, successful liver your In fine pursuits.condition by
can put;
+ In your
..'' ' tongue coated pain continually
,;'town: and county along these lines.SThat -; motion to Instruct the delegation estimate of the acreage would back and sides, no appetite, growing using Green's August Flower-a-roat-
lyvwi ,)1 ,they are progressing and proti- was" carried by a vote of 301 to 140. be 20000. weaker day by day. Three physician est of all medicine for the liver anda

.:j' ring: none who has \val-jhod ovc The stale convention will go on record . Hart& Smith, the wholesale butcher had given me up. Then 1 was advised certain,cure for dyspepsia or Indigestion.
It has been favorite household -
r them for Aba past few years will deny -- as the liveliest ever held here. of Jacksonville have handled to use Electric Bitters; to my Treat
r the bottle made decided im remedy for over thirty-five year
Q'' joy first a
;'> n fact but to go back buts few month. =-= The following delegates at large about 600 bean-fed cattle this wlater provement. I continued their! use for August Flower will make your liver

I.n i the history .of our town and there were elected: purchased chiefly from Alachua coun three week. and am now a well( man.I healthy and active and thus Insure '

J will b6 seen such evidences of this thu David B.- Hill, Edward Murphy. Jr. ty.r ey estimate that an average know they robbed the grave:: of another you a liberal supply of "good splr-
,: ( and which ; Beginninj James W. Kldgway Guorge Ehret. victim." "No one should fail to eta." Trial size 29c; regular bottle,
,: *: ,. gratifying bespeaks tlif.act ; acre of velvet beans will fatten two try them. Only 5U0e0u. Guaranteed 76c. At Oeceola Pharmacy. .
t "; that' at last the clotidsof adversity f fr fw Ehret was selected n a Tammany beeves, if no other stock Is turned on. at Osceola Pharmacy.
,,whloh. settled over the community as -- man and as a sop to Charles F. Murphy But a large portion of the bean acreage An elegant line of Lad I.,.' Muslin' yr

"(:.the ....u.t Of that calamity whk-h be -- the Tammany leader. is u4ed only for the feeding of the Stove Wood. Underwear at KaU's.

"Jelt U>.',State In the KO's has beeiJpushed -- The convention was a triumph from cow and young stock to carry them I We will furnish Stove Wood delivered Ladles, before buying your Fall rciS

aside by, the golden sunlight first to last for David. Hill and Al- through th. winter so that, in the to any part of town at 11.00 per Dress Good, Trimmings, .Ac., call on .

O' prosperity which all classes -------- -------
A'' r -ft*'people: are basking. Applied| | 1 t.o 2,000 beeves: are fattened in the State .- - .

,1'/:tb.' tow..... this condition I"i more UK White < Coming on the heels] of the above now. .. ..

_ result of the, recuperative| powers. of | Is tlte following which puts still another The cotton crop of the State, on the

fthecountry than (o the effort of t.he"m1.Dl0Jpalhy phase to the muter: basis of 4/)0' pounds to the bale of upland -

The message of Mayor i Lawns C Washington, Apr 1.19.-The jostruc- and 3.TO" to a bag of Sea Island LUMBER Co. '

,,+ ,Adet'laolt. to the City Council IK a time llons for Judge Parker, given by the would yield '7,089 83 pounds cottonseed k

;,"ly'dooument, suggesting as it does the Democratic Stat convention<< In New meal. The butchers above mentioned '
.t; ''Jl. cell1t, for active assistance to the; w = : ---.:: York yesterday disposed of the Hearst fatten an average steer on 500 Saw andPfaning Mills r

present condition that we may not only E Pieces all] boom as a serious menace at Str pounds of meal, with a dun'proportion

-II 1 keep what we have but merit its con Louis. roughage.. This would fatten 14- '.
Now in o 'lun. Complete House Bills Furnished
nuance with us in an Increased ratio This Is the opinion of Democratic 179 cattle. Pitch 1;
Yellow and Pine Timber and Lumber '
H ured and of all Kind
_____ J v I Is within our grasp and !us the May- qi leaders in Washington. Hut so large a proportion of the ,,"''
r1' j rIntimates} the 11I'11nulob.\ OREER9:: ) FTT.L !'n "
; taxpayers The friends of Senator Gorman are meal output Is used for fertilizer and O "Y" '

ject to paying for utilities that are si. H plainly ma much pleased with the developmentsIn cofeed that probably not over 7,000 f'".
&enUal'lo; our to the liu MAYNARD LUMBER Co. :;
prosperity, == --- New York. Judge Parker has been head could be fattened.

4 (.p..o.etueD'.nd. upbuilding.-of the town used to knock out Hearst and, without The cassava starch product at the 1 t. t R e t v'::'

INTRE'TII1G" FACTS ABOUT THE making Parker any more lban a favorite rate of one pound of dried stock feed '

f )"" TRUSTS. N. B. Noth son, the, support of David B. to ten pounds of starch, would yield \;'

w', }.A,,book that has just been publixh- Hill the opposition of Tammany and about 40O.OOO pound. of feed which .,:.j\.

.-'ed 1*en titled The Truth'axith.orl . the string of platitude adopted as a would fatten about 650 cattle. R. T. BUTLER
" :. .John Moody, a r9cogn lz- I to i iluummuummmuui platform have seemed to limit the From all three feedstuffs, as at present E E t

c boom of Parker.In produced there could be fattened
}j| ed, authority on financial matterA.- A.
ti only about t,850 head. There A :
the opinion of some of Sen at r are exported
.Those who take the
trouble to read It 4oe
_ +, ;'i wliroome Uj the conclusion that, notwithstaeding Gorman's friends thesltuatlon is most to Cuba yearly about 40,000 G ALES. WINES BRANDIES G
promising for a deliberative\ convention head; so at present there would bn30.3SO
.'/ the fact that have vesrou eeeoa
they __ i\:
left unfattened. WHISKIES I I
that will be untrammeled by either L
are iYSlSyIS
5 I "been'readlng about trusts for a num. rwou L '1l.
'bee' of wars and have been Hearst or Cleveland and able to The meal crop Is not capable of .
hearing much expansion but the !bean Is.
; the crop E
E' name strongest Democrat In the
T tbem': a nqunoed by both polItIcal par- There could easily be enough produced CIGARS AND TOBACCOSa E
L for President.
ti \Iea''tbal,1u'' d i but a faint conoopt.wti country to fatten 40,000 head, and the profit IiJII-
'.got. the I number ,of them and of the The Gorman men profess to be as would be as great per acre as with !
'. t ''amount for which well satisfied with the situation in New cotton with much less labor.-Florl*
they capitalized. da
Aeoo( r. Moody there are York a* if they bad planned, 1'Oor:*- Agriculturist. Anheuser-Busch Beer s'F

-' **6 trustaWythl. country and they are man ha not given up hU ambition to Health ta Youth..Disease sad _

Ivided Into six classes.1 Of the great be President He belheve' there Is a I Sickness Brla* Old Ago. LON. D 'FTA UQHT" ;AND BOT T L I! 'r;
lustrtSl trust there are 7; ()oflinporI ,- chance f r'a Democratic candidate, I I Uerblne taken every morning before 1

r I 'iadustrial trusts 280;'of important t and that, chance.with that belief, he wants to have health breakfast fit you will to keep ward you off robust It O Can: only be found in KitsJmmee on Broadway O ["if
tar .trusts the number Is planed He has bad two ,danger before him, cure constipation, bllllousness, dyspepsia Street at the BRICK BAR BUILDING. "
______'*.at are 111 6;;, -allied of great railroad'Independent"groups there .r' / the two extremes of his party, Cleveland I fever, skin, liver and kidney O O Ji
steam 'and Hearst. Both
seem to have complaints. It purifies the blood and
-';lr railroad,of groups 10, and trusts In pro- been shelved and Parker Is the only clears the complexion. Mrs. D. W. .- N N t
cos reorganization 13. New York man to \keep both out of Smith, Whitney, Texas writes April R.T. BUTLER
3. \13ut It I the
amount at which theso li
." the St. Louis convention. 3, 1902\ : "I have used Herbine, and

.i <"k trusts,* 'wlaatlon.are can capitalized It )is $20,370,102,511.which a/Spals/ the To Do THHT L LFJ LI Lr A Dandy For S....... find it and the liver best troubles.medicine for It constipation does all-

1 mind scarcely grasp such an Dr. Bergln Pana Ills., writes: "I you claim for It. I can highly recommend [ '
? mellle Burn. There is no doubt, have used Ballard Snow Liniment; it." :;.oct.. a bottle !bold by 1 '
wever; figures given by Mr.
11 LR always recommended it to my friends, Thornason A Itoberson. ,
I Woody are correct. If any one I In rev as I am confident there Is no bettor
v e lutlooary days had predicted that in -. made 'It Is a dandy for burns.' Orlando entertained the Grand. High Grade
,4, r itle more of than a century there would ;Those who live on farms are specially Lodge of Odd Fellow this week. Whiskeyi:
group transportation lines and liable to many accidental cuts, burns,
'p duatrjal plant having a pitallzi-! : bruises, which beal rapidly when Bal Hon. W. M McIntosh died In Tallahassee -, "
(>a of over a billion dollars each In =
rkA lard's Snow Liniment is applied. It
bl* i oouatry he would have been a days ago. He has been j f-
should be in the
always kept house for
$"'x ftataghed! ate :' case of emergency. 2Sc 50c, tl bot chief clerk In, the Comptroller's office THE CAFE ,
? ',;All this vast wealth in trusts has tle. Sold by Thornason & Roberson. almost continuously since the slate has
?,been i collected In them In less than a =- < been under democratic rule, was secretary ,
iration. Much
of the
wealth ofourae
s- existed before. The steel The Georgia vagrant law, says the of Jackson Lodge No. 1 for

lostanoe" 1* c6inposed of many trust Titusville Advocate, baa had the effectto thirty-two years, was P. O. B. P. of Near Passenger Depot Kissimmee }

thAt; were year in building to cu: :, supply labor to the farmers railroads the Grand Chapter of Royal Arch M a Hotel and the Graves House. . 9

r Sanu '" at which they had arrived at manufacturers and others. Sons of the State, an elder of the Free .
they were" absorbed In that -
S This law compel menU> work or show byterlan church and a veteran of the A. H. BHARDHN
)rust, The same Is true in respect tot ;I.-.. should Proprietor.
L railroad..;; cause why they not. If they civil war. He was in the 78th year of ,

f. .,.f\According to Mr, Moody the three cannot satisfactorily show this, they his age and his death will grieve hi.many .

V 'createsb' trust in the world are the are object to arrest and are punished friend in all parts of the state.Curea .
i of -
Morgan'Qcoup' railroad which has C1.)
capitalisation of $2,205,116,350, the by working on the streets or public aut' I now have the largest stock of Wine, Whiskies
f4'w "'nnsylvanls'up which is capital- >- road a* criminal The effect la that Coi and Cold*. and Beer ever handled in KUsimmee. All I'" r
'- ,' $1,822,402,235 and the who the districts Mrs C. Peterson, 625 Lake Street
United those quit rural; t.b grade at price to suit the time
p atee Steel' Corporation! better known loiter'In the town are returning.Mississippi .- Topeko, Kansas, says: "Of all cough .
remedies Ballard's Horehound
the eteel trust which i Syrup
j *
:c: has just enacted a similar Is favorite U has done and will
1' $',*7OOO.( ) ( A glance at these h roy ; do
., (urea sow,why Mr. Morgan exerts I.I I. law, and It I la safe to say that farmer all that I la claimed for it-to speedily
1 kU an extraordinary influence in the and otl) Tr'wll) no longer be forced to cure all cough and colds-and It is
so sweet and pleasant to the taste. 2Sc ;rt7aIRA.DE: : .A. Si: 3Bgrr Ar + d
rid of Ananoe and why the
f was. glad. of an opportu EmperorO.rinany I cu: ] t.bem.Pari1rr beg a.* well as pay help to remain .with. hoc\ bottle atThomason ARoberson's. y=ry

r Sly to"receive and entertain htm on .
j+tch.,. The group of railways and ; x
i .r.eelltrtl., which he controls have I,
capitalization of 3,633,116,3.50. I
"John" D. Rockefeller 1* .regarded as 1
t father of trusts. He began what
aow the Standard Oil Trust In the -, .

Iv[ out seventies for It then: The are lines being which followed lie taint ., which refresh'-d! things In lenel'aJ. ....... .... .. s-----------_ ___ __ __

r without any material deviation, The crops are looking fine. away from the !sufferl/iurs! of this life his life; wnu saved way I e'fptot.'Tt'11' to' oue ltao --+
bey are the line which are folla Mr. Dallas Sullivan IJIWiJiec1 here their little son, Stanley, who had been oovery for ronsumptlon/by :" New 'Hs- t

(fie) building of trust to-day is guaranteed not to come off Tuesday en route to UalHenjer sick for several weeks. All that loving "I endured< < Insufferable lIe writes: ti.e
he controlled agonies from
which be-
vompaay ; hands Asthma, but M
And hearts
Mr. and Mrs. will Raulorson and could a<> wan your New Discovery
t the formation of the oil trust be- me ImrnediMe gave r
war of Jnelgolflcant .oroportlons, no matter how long exposedto Mr. Denote Raulerson were with relatives done for him, but all to no avail. The ''tel' effected relict and soap th.l-eaf. 4

Fin tb. course of timeby many here last Thursday night and Lord in his wisdom had willed It otherwise cures of a compl6" Cure, Similar

man tiftt neoeasarv'to mention now. the action of the air, sun Friday. and claimed] him for His o\\'n. hronchlti consumption and grip ,pneumonia, y
control of ten oilp are
Roekefeller numeroul.
#. rot Our little Stanley was a loving, obedient It's the peerless
weather and burg was with candidates child, remedy for all
These or throat
in M
HIM costs and ;
comp ny. no more the and his place will be lung troubles. Price
iblo d Into one That past Sunday. greatfy missed Guaranteed 60c and $l. .,
ay now controls-three-fourth* than inferior goods. They were a jolly party. Some were in the family circle, but he has goneto by Osceola! Pharmacy;

mt output of the 611 in this country: candidates for the various offices of the One who said: "Suffer 'little '

nUse .aavarnnant, thes*should trust* under the to"of the county and required a, number of children to come unto me and forbid pound whovhas Bold maltnextrace: ,," acorn

1r.'or IP other, words to vote to get elected, others said they them not, for of such is the kingdomof Brewing manufactured/ Company by the Florida y'';

vM the melting-' ; away "bf GRAVES & GRAVES needed only] one vote to carry their heaven. been l..dlclAld by the grand ot Tampa, h. i''
would 'be more rapid We Jury ot that
election, ai they'were m t.rimonialcAndld.t.e. sympathize with the bereaved county for selling liquor
olatlon ol theor; war without aU... .
p family In their
.. We wish thorn all much affliction. ,f.; ,

r ,, ucces: i Baby Carriage* at Watson'. Only eighteen days until the p.rlma1"1 -
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., i 6KisS1mrn'C6 Val 6U Wade.the inner, Orlando." Work was begunon the -erection of , Pe1Etlo.... ,Pointers ti. .. 1,

,Bargain W. J. 1 .rooa: :
IQ Remnants date's.. '' a.. new residence' this Coustactlus, the g-ieat Emperor of .
; .
'io-- : ,, morning ,
"! LJ i .. I r I I JU I Coulees still has "been Rome during the 4th'century was supposed ,, ao:ro'J' : I 'I: 'a ; ,', tIWATSON5SuI1t..i
T aseq
:?" PUBLISHED JEYJEEY; VltiDAY to be known ; Before purphaslngjgoods on Sipping to have been admonished in a

I' BTf Mr John Coney ia. the: postmaster.,' / Day. go to the Waring Dry Good dhe&m Inscribe the shield, ot his : "

,- ** 'POUND, A ._ Mrs. J. W. Miller'and children re Co., for.: prices. It surely pay*. 'soldiers; with the celestial sign of God, | ", .

.' turned from Orlando Sunday where Dr.'F'' ., G. Thomason,. we are sorry the sacred monogram: of the name ofChristl. : i'
they spent!; several. days visiting/ 'with to learn has been unwell for the past .
OMUROHDIR/OTORY. .. '' relatives;, week. } to the faithful execution. of ..' -
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ttirnoDtcT CH17acH.-PreaClIt1Il'-1Iaob'Babrt ', 1 this command, on the night before his ; When-in Need of'FURNITURE ', .. r .1
School Jack.onvTe
{ Oboes at t Stanford's Mr;, J. H. flagged of )
lhll a.1ft. and T oolock. Prayer meeting guaran last battle with Marentius he attributes ,: ..
teed. .....:: who has been her sister Mrs. .,
I Avery Thursday evening at T p. m, Sabbath visiting/ : '; >
i School :_ Sunday.morning.i O. .J''.:Frier, left for her, home yesterday his wonderful and decisive victory 2 HARDWARE. .
[!, t. r. thiLL, Putor.. Mrs.:Duffy, nee Mln I.eacy Carr, f : \ :
t Birner CnVNOH-O. I, Frier. P..".,._ of Fort Ogden, who has been ;visiting morning I :,, at MUvlan: Drld e. Our candidates 1 ,< + :, jl.':
k 'i.
reaching_every., Sunday 11 a. m.. and 7 p. m. Miss Emma. >Morgan, returned home fi'.Mrsr. N. Stratton,-.who has been fail have modernized this ancient ,, CROCKERY r dj
nun* riG' me tln( '.KO p m. Sunday ,, W ,
_Bhool'.&0 a. m. Prayer meeting every i'burii-. yesterday., ink in health for corns time 'past, ex- superstition and instead, -of.tho stg-n ; ?
Davy m. ,VlilMniaJ> welcome.BT. aecta. to leave next Tuesday for.Qlev g d ,
p. tray* the which HARNESS SADDLES f
Stanford has rep revealing cross, recognizes / '
an up-to-date line of ,
rand where M /
Jeaa'e 8rMonrt.; c1I"aeB.-D..I.1 D. Ohio she goes .for medical Vf" ,
'Jlldd. Kaotor. .Pervlova on the aerund Sunday Men's Mats, Neckwear Ac treatment and a change-el climate. only the spiritual part,, they combine -> : ..
wf tb1.c month Morning-prayer, nrinuu both ., ,, OR I # : .
( and holynhmmunlouat1OAtlo'clock\ Evening!: F.! H..'Lawsoa returned home last Our entire stock of Colored Lawnsat spiritual and material, havini BUILDING MATERIAL.ry I'f' '.'
I prayer and lacwvu aL.< 7MKI .o'ulock!, Saturday after several spool ? for their signs glass: tube filled _, ; II
in COat on Saturday April 23d. from 3 ,. \ I .." .., ,.J, ['I.
PaaaYYeatAlr' CSl1acW.-DI.ln., worship DeSoto and Billsboro., counties with what the Indians call "fire. \ .,
p. m.'only. Waring Dry Goods water ,
|e. flnt Sunday-and ery Sunday In each : .
., month. MorurtiK: .vrvlc* at U- 0\.,...., Evenlnr the outer Circumference Is adorned 2'tt ,_, f -- ., 'i' J .' -- .:: .!,.:.. ;,;; ,:I
; .r.loe at 7.00 p' m. Sunday School ..! The Home Mission Society of the Wednesday night the home of a colored with the picture of on$ of our moat n '-'
.:4A a. m, C. H. eerv oe'al :1S p m. ttrnvpri Methodist uliurch will give Mivtiton- ALL GOODS MARKED "
u. CLOSE v
meeting Thuradar .. : 7:1: IK m. fcvrybody Tea the citizen, lucks by name, in north distinguished men,* who resided over S I ,
at residence of Dr. Thcun.duson ,
fu..lted ary -
la their Cissimmee
moueordialli atton4 was destroyed by fire and the destinies of nation 1829
tqla from
larvlcea. -- next Friday_night to whtch the its family barely escaped with their. 1..
.JUK 1UTIIMON. Pupt.:of B. 8. public is invited. ives. The Ore la thought have been to 1831. Tde motto, "Old Hickory," ; SATISFACTION : r '

,-------- -- -- -- Mat!?]]..>] Laces ami InserlloDs-New of Incendiary orljrln and the loss falls stands forth In bold relief. 'This outward f GUARANTEED 6; '
rtl lai Weather Report, Styles l Kau'a. heavily upon Hicks, who is said to be and visible sign of an inward . .

'':: ,"Avaue. T&IIPaa"'I'-\\'X&1I' KNUrl.eI -Mr.: E. L. Uurnham and wife of fJar a very worthy citizen. and spiritual]cheer jdeligiita! be'bear..s ", .

I c.o08Kf'e ire making. temporary bead- Best Patent t"lour-gua.rant.eed-" of the Peghornlans, and it la this sign, ", ,', .
Taatavl.q. April 22 itwi. ( 3.25 per half barrel. .,.......,
quarLershlKlAanumeeand! are stopping WAUINU & OVKI STREE'l'. thus modernized that will guide very; '-OV. V 0 0 6V +VVVVV4 OVV DVV + '. .,
\ Ht Hotel KLuIIUIU : "t .".
,. Italne.tarday. e. many of the aspirants to glorious . __ _. f> '
pax. Mtu a __. ,1
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We learn that the City Council has _, ", :
Lancaster In well
equipped for making and it-Is- be
to hoped decisive
I!! ordered that' extension of victory.
; an two hundred 'f
phot/otfrnpha, views .
or eplarghig. .
,.. . .. 1<11 r.r. Call (tad work. feet be made to the dock now ender You must not; suppose, Mr. Editor, + f. ...
". . . ... $7 M17eunday. cxivnlix, ; course of construction which will. that our people'. principal :': 7-: : '," .:: '':: :- .. ;\:
... ... .. .. IUI occupation '
aY .7bMon4ay \ .
If not ..
are "abxolntely that
you sure give iua lonirth of jBOO feet. That
. .
.. ... 14:1: na'Wi Is receiving; andtieposingofean-!
. your nume Is |I'rol|, | the end of It thirty-live or forty
, a.a' '. .. N4 04Tbur.dav II/d l better 8eo ah outitreIteglstratron I J feet beyond l the dock now in111" and didates. The one hundred crates of State Bank 4lssimmec ,(.;.. 'i
--- --.. .... "ss \7- books clout! next Tuesday, he increased depth of water {thus secured beans shipped from the junction yes aft: :\".

II. C. Chapman and family left on will be a great convenience to terday proves that a portion of themat
J. A. KIMl'HON.Our 1' M the steamboat interests.A .
for Green Farms. Conn. least '
'lu-dduj are otherwise engaged. -r- x7'1.4 yL' ?
I! where they' will spend the Rummer, re- little girl made tier appearance Orange county's esteemed citizen 1 '
rates for;: insertion;; of advertiso- turning Hero: in tin t'arl44I1., ,.it the home of Marshal Williams Monday '
pan Prescott, seemed to be laboring Customers Every Facility 1
meets among! tho reading/ matter onI'tils Wlcklt Oil\ Stores lit'fUWOIl'II.. night (and aplied' for admission

!: page is ten cants'JHT line each In- LtColV aM a: member of his: family. The IIIICllt under considerable excitement over [r Consistent with Sound Management.I ., ''
E. (Cuthuan} left on Wednesday was dark and chilly and the little one the announcement that Prof. Belton .

,sertion I for Hi'ad iiLow ti. where he will i wall given u place under the hosptta- had been captured by a Peghorn official r'Personal /
'-r--- 1'P.f' a few days vislt'i{' ) ( his son, hue roof .sluice winch time the hearts of I r
i 00000000000000000000000001 Mr. W.1t.ltndclytfo.Co.tllUllO. /the family have 'so warmed toward her I brought'to this place for trial Attention to All .business Intrusted, to, Ou. ,, T3 ...

hat I and sentenced to three months in the -- .
I l.hly'wouh1 t> much
e grievedat
very '
Veal mill] Mutton te-lnurrow. ri fi, K
:. Local News. 8 *t1'A1fNG I : A' ()vEIcTIlEErr.f'i'de :: her departure. school: of correction, .etc. Its all right N. B. CARSON.. CASHIER., 1

8 i Rrtlll id.. Mm of r MI, and) We regret: 'to learn of the death of Dan Onward Is an acquaintance ofout's .. :1

: :\\\lr : Tli.inia. iti>vii hii. I U-cn; seriously tlltH Kate MOSPJOJ! which occurred" / and knows how willing you are .1M 'IIi; < :':"I' .,io. r5 hP w :,

I JOOOOCOOOOCOGCOOOOOOOOOOCXFine I ill iluring the |past t\\'t> week., but several: days ago( In Jacksonville to help the unfortunate, but the Professor :

growing vteuther Wd me glad\ ( to know Islwpl'oviJJC.| where she had RUIIB tc receive treat.fluent .- has no fear of his Pejfhorn -::>- "
for i'IeUIllII.Lsmlcuul) which she
? A nice shower toll, Surtdnv i'hone. orders l promptly llvered.i was a great sulTerer, and which caused friends.Mr. '

a \\' )(1'Gd OVJ./KSIUMCT. her death, alUumgh everything Mose Hass was thrown from ,.
Cattle* hhipiunnU have IM-.!'IIII. waw hjshorse
I Next Tuesday, April 2 th. in !Memo- dune for her known to medical !sci- yesterday and received serious :
A few trunks left at \Vnti"n's. r1 ial DIIJ in the South, and holiday' in'p. She left amny lends and rela- hut notfstalinjuries.: 4 g .i-

Ueninn's harvest II..... Is till. llM.II. olf. l t.a i\f-K,; In thin counu to nioyrn! her loss '
, The < u"i I '111 SIHtl-' I l is ulMll byc Tho dear H. C. Stanford
hunting fraternity: still invade .
ni Suit, .1\ndIlY> while chasing\ calf fi
r It in an auxiuun tiiuu with the candidates hunter's paradise, An exciting .i.S
closed doorH. "
theJiorse I
/ being ridden by Mose Buss .
(, \VANTF'ICook! white colored i"llI1 under a tree and Mr. Busm. was chase which terminated last Sunday ',' " .
8tanfoi'4nd. resulted! In the final capture of Miss Thc ..
ouq'l'f.( : - Originator of bow' .
rrl\ed\ a lurjre and elegant/ lira. 1'iirtien who saw/ the accident 6
y prlBun. G. ]K, I'AUKLK.; ran May Padgett.' Enoch Albrltton, the .
_.Mr. ]K I1', Hall) returned to Oviedo I his UKiiUtanco, and he ua found to successful invader, conducted his prize Prices In Rlsslmmee [t c;' ;

. . \Ve BIT pleaded to II 1 urn that ..ludjjJi havelMi-ii bri-atliless, almost ancon- .
...A10Doay.f ljiinti I'J u It iiijTITttv t eruvetfront' Hclous, and one ear badly torn by the before the Governor, both agreed to ;

t f (1.00 Cloth Bound iiouks !going HI hn Ko<'nl illness, aud11I'I t he will branches" of cite wee), Dr. Hicks was accept the 1 ifosentence which was issued Invites Attention to pig MeW. trod :t i

I,: 'COo( at Dann'lI.I soon be out circulating among his summoned and gave the necessary sur In the happiest manner by our ,

r Stanford hub jut.t retch cl a full friends again.S' )gil'nl aid executive officer. .1

;, )Jllie of, > IloUll'ksa'um/ limy ul.'Jailors. UK SlOl.KN Small hay As an evidence of the spirit of enterprise Thu distinguished! lady of'the mite Spring and Summer 1904. ._ ." JJ.. .

r Mr. and !Mrs. W". 'W. ]Hell went tof' Horse- years old, short mane, creaseon and prosperity that .exis House, Mrs. B. suffered severely last ... :a' ..
back of nock caused bv collar. He.WSI' aiming the farmers of this county we -
{ Oviedo laiit Hattirday.Bmoke
.Y "?
week from .
a serious attack of 'I
if returned U TlMK 1JAHS. uouice the arrival here this week of a very i '
;: Hey West Havana the hers arlond of mowers 'and rakes which what appeared at first to be, a malignant ,; In calling the attention of the public tctlriy Spring and Summer rf ...f\ \ I'

". 6c,:ltrar on the market who Mrs has SIMIIII I HP. n speul Hruntley linir KOIIIU of Altoona time w'th., were for the establishment of J. W. form of fever. Your dlslingtiih stock of 1904 I do so with considerable pride, conscious'asI .. ''J t''i; ..

!. k lOc 1'upi-r Back Nasals: r*, ,,lnl. <- r<' l.iiiMN i )1" thin| count! ', left for her \V aL"On.lHI cavil Such that investments show be- !'ed Physician, Dr. licks promptly I am of the fact that it Is far. superior. in quantity, quality and all' ;"'" .. ;; ;\
a our people are forging S )
t (they last tit Dann's hums i>i'J'muln:. \'. slit> IH the great to the front in better methods of reduced the fever and all is now other points of excellence than that any preyidus' season,;,and' ''J 'cl" .
)!tnod' ) moUnr, ot Joe Harber'd chil- therefore I am bettsr to take the needs of <'I
farming than have heretofore existed preparee care of my ,., /
1'r well.Well ( I t./'I
. :' rtr('" and that they are gutting upon a solid all things must come to an customers. The stock is full. complete--every available inch of ; , 1'

, New lot Pattern Huts ut SLauforn'ii. Slippers tW| SM> our Just Julia arrived Mtrlow at hops\\'urlnOr and financial plane. end but I fear you will think that space in the store being utilized-therefore it' will be ,Impossible.!<

, "*" No one nit'ds advertlsliiK, so much I j lauds; LuJlra. /: Deputy Sheriff McP'iatter returned some one has been cutting off the end in this space even to mentlonthenume'roulf articles that;'are, on"r -yr.. .1)) ,. .

i as t.h6'nIloU who nei-ils. luluell". from Titusville last Satiuday afternoon of this communication if I don't stop. the'shelves and counters; in fact but a very few of them ,can' bementioned """
Nancy Stewnrt, aunt of Sheriff with '
Dick Evans under arrest. ;;
r Mrs, Wm. Kraiure left last night i'revatt, died litre Wednesday and her The prisoner U a white boy of fifteenor So here's moving ONWARD.. at all. Special. "attention-, however. call edto ihe fol: t:

I t, for Tampa! to visit her sun, Isaac.JLfor remains "were" interred! at Pleasant Hill sixteen yearn of age, asoa Frank lowIng lines: '. '_ r- i
, .Insurance go to J. M.";"VVlilpit.Jr venter Jay. She was very aired, andhad Evans of this/ place' and was rained Choice Western Deef Wednesdays SPRING AND SUMMER: DRESS; QQODS.;The'latest.c: ; 1.

; ,_-_ /, tender lived oyr]here condo'eno but' a few to mont the bereaved ii. We 'charge here. Ho of was arrested committed to answera last De and. Saturdays' at O. W.., OriUn'sJ / ,- designs, most fashionable paterns the most useful I.a.ncl: ,wearable ').,.;: .

'. forgery N.;:Calhoun arrived home Sunday fabrics are here.'' No lady should buy materials ? forher summer': ; .
ffMr. and !Mrs ltull'Bsee_ went to0rt relatives, ,> .. cember when h 8 ii said to bavefortred; at ",' i'
i. laudo Monday to visit relo lves: Ice Cream Freezers you' don't haveto the name of Achus Bass to nji order afternoon from trip which covered wear before seeing these ,goods and getting our:: prices.' ;;Ask. to

Another son was born to Capt. and turn at. Graven & Glares.Mr : orr Jno. M. .IJGH for $5. lie will beheldto South the states Carolina of ,Florida in the interest, Georgiaand of be showd our line of lawns. .Special selections pf .theae. ,goods.,, r "d' t

; Mrs. u. M. \bYitiuru lust 'l'U"IiJIlV. t>,. i Ill Bailey wftit down to Lake- the Circuit Court. the Evansville, ( Ind. ) Stove Works. were made as well as in zephyr and mercerized ginghams, Mad- Jt ,
Perfection laiiopleu. at Uruveb & land on Thill'mini night to take tier The Roll in.* College base. bill team lie has had a very fine trade "and >e- ras. and Danish: materials for bight weight skirts, and the latest. tC .

d braver. Baby to 1)r.l IItllJnnay) l but oho littleHuIT'r.r came down :Monday and in ihe afternoon port his territory as being in a very creations in shirt waist material, .I'I
,; i. i was hO.I.J..1. l nil cni'bly' nisi crosier: ) huts t on the local I rt.ia- prosperous condition. ? ,
I. 1 Attorney 1' A. Van Agnew! went! i nnd Dusiinil. away Sunila\' night' '' It. ,I inoiiil n till tin. home team. The gamut LACES AND EMBROIDERIES.) --Everything.for all pur-

I t. Sjp to Jacksonville; Woilimsihn' ni illh t. remains were! ItiUMtLiI, in the t.akelundruurl0ry I VMIS, a \'I'I'Y n, ,ettY' one and was hotly The leap year girls of Sacramento;! poses,-in,all the latest styles-i'ood. better, beat in quality yet '.,
I ?....tffl tiirounlii!, nit, resulting In want It made a misdemeanor for any !
Modit Y. '-i in \ / but in the l lowest-not the for' (
!, NKVl\ AUUNS 'ii ilius at tho Kisslmaieu I Ill ti..r.u' of Hit locals of !l' eligible! ] man to reject a proposal. of one grade price cheapest "cheap"generally Iu ,
ii by u score
f' Wilson; WOIKS; Call and see refeirin to, tin c (rI| Lodi, which o J'-1 i iciiticd 10', ;Morgan/ HJI- H aet'd an umpire matriage. _ means inferior and this we do not carry in these goods.. (. ;,

+, them. nabs I l I"'er ) '1" k stock( I':''11111 ,, in winch ,position> he gave universal -- = = TOWELS NAPKINS BEDSPREADS, TABLECLOTHS-, .. ',." ',

t : Orange Grove for Sale. *.kxW.) some tlnie ago the IYI pis 'mmli us say satisfaction. and(\ there were no kicksor A very fine line and also fine line material for window curtains."' < 4. , ,
'. Crop last year $2,;,110.(10.) ( the ('rlm.'II.. committed l hv thrt.e men protests I any of bin Owlsions, New Goods .': '
CORSETS.--The American I Beauty, i in all style*-longs}
ri on Saturday night when in fact it oo-
M. Jr. .
At the
night a reception\ was given to '
j urroil on Siiudny iiflit| and that four visitors at the Gotwalles residence shorts, girdles and nurses. There may' be cheaper corsets'on;
,' Mr. A. E. Hearden ik hiivlii uuarteslttli men engaged In it. the market but there better. rfict
II which was very generally attended by are none They are p fitting
of his .
well driven In hunt
, ....1000. New line of Lo.d los' Street Waists 1 atKATZ'S. the young people and greatly enjoyed AT comfortable wearers and built for long service. T, ....'"., j
J by them, -
"'.RuH Buss head of bumf THE WARING DRY GOODS CO. .V" .',..
Dykes Mrs. K J. GrlfHn and Dr. .J. D. :i''...1
cattle to 11. 1" : Tampa, Misses Maude and Dana Gotwalles
J and Mrs. H. L.. Agent for
Grilttn of Lakeland ,,
Frida were the hostesses of delightful '
I.Wilder of IxUKhman, mother, brother 1very \ ; ,. ,
LADIES!' ATTENTION< : Uiblion .sale mid, rtlHler\ of Mrs. Ai iniHti ail' were their entertainment homo In North on Klsslmmee Monday night complimfntaM at- Queen Quality Shoes for Ladles. ;. ,"', i

Mouuuy, ui Cowl I! rallid 1 hone during tlin >UMt week by :
| '
to the well .
visiting as
as ,
W. L. Shoes for Men.
.r' W>U1NU 1)HY GlHJ1o.CO. lie iilhijs: nf. tin latter base Douglas :
1 I the horn' ball] boys, which wits ; :
f MUs: Rachel Wood, of Mississippi; I 1)r. i1. ,I. ITiikIIHH {piir.'liB9oil from onu of the most delightful Informal '( '.

Is .Vtsitliig. her cousin, M lii>s (l'ecilMoseley. Mi'I' j : I. IA.'SOV! tin pI"I'| ''rty nbichlie affairs of the softHon.Tlicy .... i:+',

I i now ueruilei| UH are..1 r ) bnok verandahs. added MlHs FM/abotli! Guttwalles of
has had borne Howling
'D. P. Graham ha beams l on tho sicklit """"' "" """"' """" "' th
mud! the house which Given Ky.
( neatly j-nniod iC.
this week. He has a well developed
: : adds! \'I'I'yllIuch t to the 'appearance' of At an early hour t.heguestfl beganto .. .
l case of pneumonia. .the place. arrive and in a short, time were eQ- ,, A. CARSON, Pr*.ldo.t. N, C. BUY AH. Secretary. (> 'J
:.Jtemna.nt Sale stilll continues at joVlng Pit and other popular games,
l "'I. Dr. Buck of" New York' and Ad. Gilbert Interspersed with music and dancing, : THE:: <
returned from 1< 1.. Mjers Tuesday 1'c
?1 and a or more cheerful lot of
Mesdames R. T. Butler J. L. Han ,
left forA folks
night and yesterday morninif '
4)QCk'a.nd Miss Sealy Goodwin visited short fishing,; trip down the river.While .- have young been found.At than. they were could not I ":......,
r ando Wednesday. I! & Carson Co.
-{ ) at Fort) 1\1 ynrli they \purchased. ten o'clock the guests were Invited Waters Grocery 'ii f'l

. i Buy your Shoes from Stanford the thirty acres of land upon which they' on the veranda where dainty refreshments S
old reliable shoe will make a i. C man were served. The young Wloolalo .a4 Retail De.ten I. ------------- d rs
'> I Crush Kid Belts In Black and ladies. acquittedthemselves !1
Mrs. E. F. Uall has I been confined very ;
to her room.with an attack of fever for White at Katz's. charmingly hostesses and theyoungfolks THEY TOUCH THE SPOT] GROCERIES 6
spent a most delightful evening- !
days of the! week. !
several W. L. Van Duzor, member of the
y arrived all too
Eleven-thirty early |
and do hundreds of
'For correct. Tailoring call on Stan- City Council\ spent a day 01 two recently for the happy party and quite reluc- our

ford. In Ilarlow ia the city's' liitflrest.He ". tantly they bade. their hostesses goodnight I other preparations. { -,.'-

'Ml .Mat"le..Bandy returned home went there to a.cejuainthllllself{ with and departed to their different There is a remedy here for LHAY COUNTY AGENTS FOR J. \1 't.

from an extended. visit uuiong friends the conditions of the mines from which homos, while the visiting young men, I all diseases to which flesh is r $ ,
at LJradentown Wednesday. the clay that has bet"nlsed upon our escorted by several. of the home boys, CRATES f fE "
, the Council would be In wended their way to the station where heir. Their high quality, ; Celebrated Fertilizers :'

-_25 Ibe ice with every freezer you buy shape to negotiate for a urthor aup- boarded the midnight, train for freshness and efficiency enti- i'"I
they T
t of proves & Graves. pi,: .r=- be .
their homes at Winter Park: ties them to called positivecures d
Sr'' Circulars sad Prices _ _ _ d
E. O Vans Agnew and Walter Lo- Will Hancock sent up a pile of alli- but our claims are mod- Applicatlo.
Par..1o.4 I o LR
:ren went. up to Jacksonville: Tuesday gator hides which he secured in the I\ .,
! nl bfc on a business mission. neighborhood of Catfish creek during est.Your own judgment tell *. i
the month. There about 100
past were
Special bargains in Pound Goods of them fourof which measured twelve ( you that this. is the best place .0
i 0 .L
and Short Lengths at the Remnant HIDES FURS W
81.01't1.. < feet in length. He has also durina'tha.t I to buy ,.. 4
'. time killed a bear the hide of ; .
""Mr:Arnold Armlstead has been seriously which came with those above named to DRUGS AND MEDICINES, I tt )

111 the past week but we are the tannery. Cou.a.try Produce a, Specialty.: :[,:

pleased to know. Is Improving.Psisr Bishop Gray arrived at' Narcoosseeon and your phssician will tell I II i -} > '

: Standard Patterns at Katz's- Saturday evening, and held' a Visitation I you to have prescriptions fill- /w %%v% wwvw wwvww 4"'i

,slso Designers. service in St. John Church ed her .

'i::'Books Bit half price. We are closIng ] on Sunday morning:. He was the ', ....
out our entire stock of books' at /guest of Lieut.-Col. and Mrs Cad man. ALL KINDS OF M .?
On Monday the Bishop held a' Visitation <,
bait price. ,Dann, the. Shoe Man. ;
"q' . service at. HalnesiCity; on Tuesday DRUG I JOB .WORK GONE AT 'tn.'!"
!h'Mrsrld0: : ..Tatman loft on Tuesdayr a Visitation. service at Auburn- : .'j

her home in Benton Harbor, Mich., dahx leaving for West. Palm Beach
.ZE'I i.'r.Ea
erhsro..she.r will spend_ -the unimerf, on Tuesday night.. t"<31N BALK: _v.\0TANrOID V '.A'ZiE ..a. c-sL ,.
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amau.da large fortune by trade and .

'being a shrewd, cle.ver maD be liberally ,.

denhticsfciiIcr ,feed an Influential pasha,' from JOHN L.; 'BEAMAN:

whom he' received In return- Intelligence .' ,,

of State, matters In this way Tod y.
the unfortunate Battlsta learned In .

advance of the, forte's alleged grlev .
In WnM.strwI.TTidiu .
'a nee against the Venetians, and cor.rectly . : .l....k liMnHI.i.ett"t TIJI A C'OI'I1tr. Livery Sate Food

- estimating tbe Incident ho closed lie ,smiled w> lie thought cif I the joke-

f his affair here! with as much secrecy J.'ni II 'Mtnin| of imlu l ry ,ij fit sticeewds. .

I .. rk onrl.. and despatch as be (could and accompanied :Ui." Slur.' '
: \\ liiiitoii|:
by his wife and his two ions. Stable. Stable.

embarked one night aboard: a vessel 11'1&14'1&. -_ _-_ I ,

&F- he had purchased, taking with human 4
WAITER 'BIfQOMFIELD. "Y immense treasure- of money and 1C: "r'vii with .tapon." So \ - ,

Jewels. But bill flight was noticed "Whlth'i't.* the KoreV'ftoveland Y'l' '

almost i at once 'and bin means of ins Tlutii, Keillor. / Finest Turnouts'in T own .' '. :

Cj t r Oopfrictt IMC tiy Bosut B? xii'( soxa.k formation ascertained. His friend the
1' 4 pasha was bnwstrunjr. Battlsta'a skip I' Th. '.1&0.-.1. : ;: :: lfoi Y.
CHAPTER XII.Continued. narrow streets filled with o motley
k overtaken: And sunk with nil aboard I "Minid'a latem ,ptii>Ui":iiipli U lustMr.ulv.
crowd of petty chapmen sttnnprely! ; uppnrelocl. '
1 If( CcIt'P It had got out of the Jlosphoius! ,+ ." '
k M4 all pressing closely to set II
"I am Sir Thomas Roe repremento r !" Kick'nnd itV Moutfor a Cornpanl.1 I
,view of me WIIS'I'ry slow 1 1 l but I and 1 the I trpnstirc broughL! | 'In .
_4 the U.thls country of King: James. of would not If I could laaIIORtl'lI('" It. placed In the imperial U'eusnfy, where 1' "1t'.. I ll-,,1 tO .I I.WW .Ii.. II&I. "- Y 1

y,1 England. Your passports and your let oirioimscene. It now, I..." '.1e\i. l.lli.l riiiili 11"/11.1.
far the of I the
sense ,
r liberty
tr, of Introduction accidentally clime .
? ICJ Into bands Mild the .c-onvcrmillciu of Fir Tills horrible narrative dumbfoundedmo. ,.-,. ..- .-. ... .
my lost night and you may Tli : il i> an.Moll.
") thank God that U was'so. for had I It Hoe were delightful to n1('. nud I resolved to pet without the .) 'lloll't) / Mill .,!'Ii\, )ll! is ''W'I'' !P T
n f Of Anita and her iiiuUl tir'JIin.uascould : \ : dominions of the (:Irani! Turk III' soon KISSiMMEE :
fallen out otherwise it Is Impossible to< Ii".1| 1 1.. ul\o Illllli ti> irreltcp'Iella .
unfortunately) tell meiioililnir" us oonvenlcntlv audit le. ApprehendIns
say What might have become of ;you. ,i -"\'o,-. Indeed. There IH, no .
The; usual course, lip; Mild, vllli PornlccaptlvtH : ; I that I should eiporlea.-e. souse '
t ? The causes which,have produced. your4 l.uiltili/liu, tgum'ali'-'I l : how inueliilio 4 ;
-4 wan to submit I lie" in ti> the cl'IMfiilty in rnncfifjijT, Voolee (for I
1 recent experiences are quite 'clear\ to il! n.t.c \t'N: 1'nrk, \ SunNlilfil .
:MlKtroHof! the Jlllr'm for ox.imlnatlon. sit+lgned to rctiiin to I Ilan+ <'It) ,, 1 (lueslimed ,I > ) RI1TR -
You have been =
tne. not no unt.tu.'Datel ( -----
as TW-tuci clrc'umstiiiicoa and If iu ll'o Judgment. of tlml "Ir! Tl'einas liar! n" 00 the detrroo l.pfon. the Altnr. EOtTE.,

mlghl lady they wore Itl1l1lt"lIlb'" cud 1 / of safety, enjoyed by K'lsllhliniCDin : I .
C young 'Ilia I .. Illllt IllllivMls UUHI1\|
) ; have,been expected. But before I cxl j I .\ -l\ I
l beautiful they were' loii-hod, , Into Ills I Tnikoj. and! In pnitldilar l dodred STEAMER LI.
.])laID? urtber, console- yourself with li'I;:Ieu.'d,: \\ |ban 1 h'e, math. ,wl, the :.ilim LE.
l; .the. knowledge that ten c-bcAts of Majesty's, Lnrein. willi such
a aequlns are quite safe! your, and so Is youigirdle to present the necessary jcmt lifiiluoiNand his roprem-'it.itluii' were more ropirdod fur) II.e lilidi' !II I":1(1. hi'illilil. ,11.,1...' I Regular weekly) trips to Dasslngcr and return. Itononda leaves Klsslmmeo -
menwont lo the "IIImlr<< thnii the, ivprcscnliitloiiM I )111.1 III' by
beauty I
''lau,1 1'1,111 1"111"1' and arrives Klssimmce Krlday evening.
your passports nnd your KngIlah I 1 Tuesday morning
$ kt t and Hold. He promised to iMslliule nutbassndors I from other counlrios.hlih .'
"( )
the L4111*.
money, and flint you are free to I : : I Special Charter Trips to I lAke Okoechobee and Fort Myers on
them tint t \ un"dory. plainly tho cflKc. .
< nn Inquiry concerning same \ nppc .
a .take them whrn nnd where choose, 'tieel. Comfortable for pas jCnKen. Rates reasonable.
:you day, lint warned. nit' Hint lie wns unnbl "Tlie Tq-lvK." .nld j Sir Imiiuis Hw. I 'riio.icn' "'I 1 iiiiu't iiniiK wt' .I.UPIKMe ,It. a'ommo/JaloR a
Know then that wo are In I the second The most picturesque Waterway In Florida |
ix't > to afford them prf'llull( In "hn\o r.-iieilod Kiifihind: siiiio lj*<.S. Y
< / .
any ' well i niiiivh: "n" k.ilir/1''d.
creek September, and, that less than I For _I'iLsi > aud Freight Rates apply .
vja&i r
whatever! vlrcuutstanrrs they: inlfrht I 111 I.'ST: iii ihind htimlMiilid\ herself. Thf- Ailro'I I ,limit -<.' u hj weli t
( fire months/ alga: Constantinople* was !>(. ,..IIIN'dIN they wontvilrlivi' of by n IIIII'-Ih.."jieoplo' I li,> aid, her In llMn'l Io1't' could tlllli I CLAY. JOHNSON 81. 1'roprletor, i.I i.
inn voine
I ? '. tbe scene of liloody revolution.] The tlielll English subject. ti reiiclllng t l ; lur ti sl an. Tho Turk who H .. On board "Llllle, KUslmnioe. via I
t Janissaries, incensed by deferred! tit < i'I.ISH -liking! ,d tilt-at< < iti'i., I itiek I -
payments I
The hciiinc of Sir Thomas naP W/I" uuthnl': if rot: folli'-'tl, nf cour e .refiiKod. ._ '
broke -- -. ---- -- -. --
: through/ all restraints' large square mid Ion-, with: wide l vornndns !. and Kllxnlielb's/ OIINCI.VH" nucooodod . IC..lli Hurrowfiil ..,.....Ini.l l. .. -
rl authority on 1Il..nlnr'tbnt. ; Sultan oth- I ANCHORING A SAND DUNE. taw Nation, they have bees
on every ..1<11'. It was In tine only In IniYiifHKliix' the Polio with :-II..J: | r.'IIorry" li.l' \Mriiull. 1 alll""I1 .
man contemplated n pilgrimage to enrolled the Da" C'uuimlaslon! v
bj 01
r middle of ii garden<< on the .Idp l< of n idea, of K'lu'lnnil's, lmu; ic ni-y Hut lliel nil the sll'ei t till"| 'Mllfliu,! '. -lie. 1
Mecca the expense of which they ton 'Ilio doIICHUO wh'JI In I l."i. S England! : .handcvl < Covered With a Growth to Prevent It The "I'onojoij; number about ": In '
111. and overlooked.! ] the son : -Ingle 0 ji t. tiMii'iK:i I d..IIIt'cl" 'l

celved blI1'd.ll1) for turbulent the ,satlefacIon: of was Ntirromidcil hv a 1 IIi kit wnll 1I11t'"l] and -clo-trijc, .t the vholomlnlit Me, llnleeil'. ,,, : was 1O| ii., llel. w.lIn .\ | From Engulfing Arable Land. all and aiming then are several. mats '.

their c l1l1ulI. This I I aiidjiow-!. KO high that the house could 1 Mil.roc, I bowen , of "51)1| aln.* It wits/ noted lure, nsIndood .. file \\iiililintive' . .u: .ill iipf: ..1 l ::.. 1 So much attention bus been ,iliro<-ted .tad women wln Iilni to bo" over 1'11 +
erful broke down the
military body ,
to 'l from tin-, outside.Vi', wore lit) It V.IH tliroiiirl.oui: tlie world, voara old They lire" In alijc-t" pnvitiTSeveral '
I 'outer gates of the Seraglio and, with ullUfls M.lieIll.illTll ': i lo the work that Is being 'JU roI ,
soonereutrrtnl vtlihln I Ilse gates th/ln l i tint the Islanders, of Nortlrti' Kurojioaio : clalinlnK the arid and lands young '1"1 and Wml'l w"e t

a angry doaiouwtrutlon' demanded/ the : a Kwartu. of sinew/ 'crowded, limit, u": not only. keen In I IrH)l.'. )het ijulik \ iTimtllf head. of the Saltnn's Ministers who ruJlallun
_ nn! our Jaded, lmi..eN wore linlf led. to nvonire" and) formidable] in tight: a..'. DllOMl't, thin Ollk. .rtl'| .' .\ 1111. \ tthn'tt' '! work along: the Atlantic roast U al lint IlltliclollihiK. Die ;1
had advised' tile sacred! Journey. For Mleu .
t, rrrle * ''tbe moment the discontent of the Janissaries half pulled toward the. hon,(. I W.MSnboiit llslnnied tvlth.'il topiiiK Illy truth ho) looks IIII:1.!> ''' a-bt'.l| 111P.I: 1 1 most entirely erlcMiKed.\ << The faI w cut her \ I-M: oM: Snmll c ,

with "to Unmount when n stalwart" : and stand: for tliolr il-lin: npiinsiwhitexor gout horn of t the .ii1iiir, ; tin \Win I mlllar dunes, <'hnrucli rli-tlo oiI .II nppianil, to L,u' moth h..ler'' ; idwere a-#
was apprnsed fair. word ''1'
;4i'4 but the Government was in a i.adrny.. negro/ threw hlnixi'.If n|poll tin> trruunilrlpht " odds. Your Turk. I say. "No". ,",'pll.t| (lire Irllt't' "Inn, \Inn' I the coast.allt tram I'apo ("oil to CHI'| Fear kept in 11 ibo, fr) <-

= with In my \\ II y. Ills I Iocs :nut m'm<- lured: tlien- I IIi In Cs" And! the boiiollt 10 oi. I hart in, ilonlit, In, Mill nul.e' I nn ] hl' ierliiim, ,.. ciinstitiili1 nI 1 ho interim Ii'"i says tho>' are n \'T j|
; an Incompetent Sultan dire lack | | nrt.t ;
_ I ef money nod but feeble. support of loubjoil) under haft! In curious ninhloii.nnd Kn-zlUliini: ; IIIIK/ ;neon 1li.-it in ihK& cay! r l ball-I'Inrnmau: ", 'b' I '- <,l-ii' I mc'iini',o lo aiiu.i'iil|) i'nlll\.I.,1. laiulx peculiar |>eciple' Inunnmii, ni tlie v '

any sort. It was nocT-oKiiry flint HOJICrigorous tin stir tort', nf his limit' piemiitiilupward. Unit' sliijiv rife l In the Ito-pliornt :issecurely -- -- tend ari1 tisi.]-- in thiiuxiltox. n'\\t f--HM to k'!row m"ilila< i"f t lie C'br'!.s' :in, j

Hoxltiitlnc fur In 111 I 111.of" DtrdliuyI Jl.c-l-- if f,(Hire' lit is' I
measures should, be adopted. n nnji-cnt.' us own narrow Mils: (lie I'blludclDliia, Ho<'nrd! :lo..a"ll j I ..I..lon It'l .
doubt what this, might 1 noticed 'hat It I 1M > of thai biter !I.<. inure gouts In
The Uleinn met secretly and. rcsolied : inc-TU II-II so 1'l1h.l1"( .hin| i; bell. at i oiiMilt-rablo, exp.'nso. bas "II Pc'.t;
7 to depose' Sultan Othmnn who was another daft lie lime in 11 xiinllnrinnniior soaker SlatcB ;you yourself cnj vlt- |1'1 < lcdIVO..111 to rclalni! the band j I m"\t worldui't,! "ilu'n i-'iii' lien. I. .' .t f t tto

In front of communion, .." learn lintsto limit and Hull Tin y :
my \ oc
noon afterward decoyed Into one of ilidiei' ihnt form ..o :urge .a r 'ril"n of j jIbe '

.u. the seven towers which compose this who proceeded 1 nt once to dismount. For ninny days I continued( to reside 1'rtnlnie I iaI'I mi ('apt'| I'm! btbt-Ilit' 111thuuti'ol-Iltt'warid' l idlc 4

at' ,building, where he was strangled by lining: his slave :IH wo In KiiKluiid, I life nstepping In the houBC
lye 'sir ex-VIiler assilsted by three pashas.Thisstep ) stuns I co-plod )his! example i, olng ubroiid/ <
J while It effectually disposed but whit an 111 /grace fur :Sir. TliumnxBinlllniily tines T>f the giirdon wltlt-h neonipnHi"odt. '-- : I hit If xnrlotles x>f grass hiiltnlilc I \'h"1 the\ "'Oll.{x 'dark'1 L'i yIn r

I the Observed. "I perceive' l lIy hoot delightful. I rr 1 sails planted< of. pilgrimage/ question raised t. My was a compnn- 'i'r: > fil' sandy are ant
' signs/ that are newly nr- L' but the emit the f ,n,
otber many you I .
I qui'sUonl vastly more niolaen- Iou. ns full of information nil an egg/ / 1Mor j v cared for while, obtaining a foothold j i iI 'onlrll r"I'r.

tons to the Slate. Mustaphn, who wasOthmaD'S rtveil In Turkey" meat, yet'lIhl1l singularly/ modoxti Ianti I fiat tring.. thev wil grail. ually cuv ''oii gals In cotnrol HRiiln and c" i 'Y ,.
AH noon arc we had r.r..h..1. our : I thing/ KOCH c/n an i J|
.-it' predecessor, and had himself his manner of liuimTtlug It. Ivy large area. Iral..lo..mln.. (hem .

been deposed Is again/ Installed. Bolvon with sherbet and fruits, Sir lid advice I nOJ < nlv dclnyod my doirture j I..r shifting worthless lundn Into veil I ,In salt tliiil, ticmenf Isis', '.I"1! -1,*

T t I Sultan though be cannot I think hold Thotnns line blniKelf couduotod uii t1o >: for 1 euteebut refrninod i tom I ta-lde fertile ciilllMiMc\. fields Main I I'I'I bus over lion It..t for n i rnii- .1'

6 his a room where I saw standing! or.v the anti, I the Yj Iliiy-urc- helle\eil afraid of He [5 5.a
high office for. lonjr his conduct wl1lklnnllollt/ city, was Mam. i>lfi>rcMry ">rl% In Europthart' in lie
k upou other on the floor, the tD blink follow Ills ha\i us of the| white mid h t' "
being that of o lunatic. The treasury 11I01"> content to COIIIIKO .h1 tint after the grniRcs men. ) r 4 t.*

j being almost empty and money urgently heats, pnclt fearing/ my mime, jippnrently > when I eoiiRldered the pain which Inellifteuce i I merle itlurl urea can lin -
a 4 needed, the Admiral Pasha was In the Hume state as vlu'ii I last of the 111.fated Url ].Inlllll('- 1 DO'I"I' Hut those rah. !i> i i:i-r. < onIftht oil tin.". rest while, ""nc! 1)1.1. iinlaliiK tar temnr'1| iriitn eUa. 1- ,'

+ Instructed to make reprisals on Venetian now them In my ealun nlmiird'the OrloMnll tro nnd her pnsseuRorH world Intlittn : V.O .k .\ln yon tat) (.'.",'I'' wtiii>1, 11 titan thin 'lie made. ,. yield, a lion they n" t.-: 11111' iminler' Ii: lio i

i L vessels for Indignities Infllcte.l: on |>!cti-o, nod l here also vrn* my Signor Slinonn, und HO I reeled ni>'- KidSuio. : I ruug''a: ,in on .liiuiiniJO.HK l .roonno, Some of the most oxtenSM law .. of the loiinirj)J ''

i 'the faithful by Venetian trader at girdle full of money my iiiil>erx.. and olf.. nlllng iuy mind from the rich f'r, iniirlili-N: ".u'tt nn i\ii\ 'il.i ilio | and mobile hand. dunes In tip -. -

Rhodes and Cyprus.: There have been the ])ltolnniikli Slpnor': Sliion( had stores of knowledge iiosorsivd, by Ill)' had", : NI-H l-ork- .\ineii.aii. . I I'lilti'il State, however. are found I In I II QUAINT AND CUHIOU3.
1 no c6mplalnta to the Porte of any me. host, and innKing, under his able izuld I the. wi HI.' and It IH the anililtlim of tin I II

.i such Indignities-for the reason aa I "1>lr. Truemnn" ald Ill)' host "If ante rapid progress toward n masteiy, ( tartuern. Frtrnl.. Uiireau of J'or"t.y t 10 rover these \'lllipermamnt As a (.OHM.iiii| <. uf the sinus

1 suppose that 'no trach Indignities have the contents of .yonr 'cbet.! bad been of the Turkish tongue. | $i\iggH-"Snl. that felluw. II"( km I forest growths.. Along the times Sloekliolii lKllalor. ,

been committed, but the Admiral known to your captors I fear nothing But the time ,goon rama when I t. *ailed jnc au oM- stuck; would ) river Wanhliigton* the a. tax upon > weighing prope-f-.d

Pasha understood his orders In the I could*have, doiio would hare saved could no longer( suppress my leslre to I Jim ml vise me lo H-j: nlioul>" '. mind very light In (character owingto .l IILr..J.: lM're

spirit In which they 'We1'illsued.! and them from coclWntlou. An It \VOS. explore the streets of Constantinople I lbIggsothi-; '. iliid lie culled ( the large proportion of- mica;' It contains I' than1: JJndJ- r'

hence tbe capture of the Venetian frl* my'knowledge of you 'Vflll i>o<1ull'.1 and observe the' manners and customsof 1 Ton n now. soak yon( mighthire: and consequently Is easily blown A boy ''who vim.kll.lcil,In Ntw YorkCity ._

gatoon In which jon came hither. It barely in time to help you, fur the the people and Intimated as mucho i r.tllt$ colt for (rehimailuu; nf l.i-:lr.Ildr. about by the* .''Intl In a portion 'of recently liv' .lightning had Jb-s

>'' i ::e p was seen that: you werenot of the public disturbances having: now -ub'. niy hoot in 'th' cliolcest Turkish. I : ." '! the Inner Columbian rheralley greatcuelianlK likeness of n fi'm Imprinted oil liiic .

+ > ,t Italian race mid you and your effects Hided, your effectuiil r ILnrb: .
were set aside for special con ltlera. !been examined: : with what result you my. desire. but merely nuvlseil rra..h.x.'Ioti't i I the hamlH, and, the .
.hlfllll 1.1 : -
| .Mill r."I I iiroud. -in i vuiiiilntiublei wl Y,
t" :tlon-a consideration delayEd: by); the muy RUCHS. On l-urninz, thAt jour rte to adopt the dr KS of u Turk. nndiocr / Hi.uiied. tinilnki\ ..'.' ii.uls. bare c'\|orlencod, great .illflli t lilt)' AI Co'.la, in H" "I'H'r".n.| \. '.o -J.

I turbulence of the times which engrosses usage was the lien) which tin, Porte. t3 stir abroad unless nccoiiiiiailed In malntaliiinr! : their tracks In thin ,ills did, not | tin Ir tote-:v |last Iintbllahel
> !
I "Transit"! luidIt ( year
: '''. lllnlii\ 'but! .o
s the attention of oltbp officers allows to any prisoner I thought: it pru- l by nt lenittwo!' stout stoves; trie In iniHKdlilo condition. In ardor i I l In list lili '
a bit of it. I'm unriie.l. in I. atl!, fn, I I .I'' hangs' Hj..n
F n, ,of State. It was last when the deut to make your property my first which 1'C'J villiDR.vidopted. ?
; night BuggoHtioi/ ; > 1 In maUi-, praittcal test as to the lust I all restauin'its, unitn'O.IIIB' of th i "
,. > Grand Vizier put sour English paper (care and accordingly obtained, ins, lnlRbt I Ihoucb n' first. I found, tie four. I'll fUI..t; I to appltnt'h' Jl.e dm hex Tilt'' Itiat nf tri'iulng theme dunes a strip| 'l '.

a t Into my hands! for Interpretation. I an order. from the GrandVlzler loose flow log pnrnioiit'! of the. Otto- \tltb liiniil|' founallt-\Vi-tu: sttti 'of. laud u'l' the f'olnnibta rivt-r. bc>- .1' A lioardliit i" keeper of w s

it k perceived within a little what had oc- that It should he placed In my charge! nnux ezvenslvcly Incunvcnlout, nnd Slur. twien Willow 're"k and the John DayriML. York t'lly |'| =. the .:. to
onrred and exercised such as I and behold it before you sit I rnelved ,mild not then have believed tint I '- aside the 1"11
power has bj .
| K.. -iil 1.1 lo 1..1.1.| | l".... 11'n govern muKo hlH: star ImUc, ,gel t a hair Me '
have for your benefit. Your property. it. Exainlui' It nll.eiircfnlly, nt your should! for twenty-eight yearn: ilotln. extensive \ l'll
for )
II | liOlllllllllII, "I hell .Mill dlMI I ,\.' menl 'X1rlnl'nllim""II : aft hlH hair and. uhNkerH had I ti.nmilri.tuned ,
i uninjured and complete, Is at my leisure for I must now to .rnrc\lo.: \ myself In i::0 other way +1 in a i t'do,I lliinv'-, ''cm thevork lore In Jal.a.hIKCIH. : for ISiarn. "

fl house,' and there It is that 1 would ad- : where I will inquire roiirernluic, the The health cf Sir Thomas lloo was l"I'III'Idl1',1': ) saute 'lit-it|| |'I i- .ill, I ferreil. to abate In the cast 11" eililanltiiR .-. .t >

TIM you to come and stay for the present I two( Venetian Indies your fellow' pas' not robust and !It was always hit (')JK. vnllltll). neioxNill 1.).. Fine: ,note MIII .pleas l for owners of HiinilynadH 1..1"111. is .di IlKhi milnciwn tc, thl. t '

terr With regard to the cnptaln who'' .-nKer" ". and of the Venetian merchant ton nfter u spell sickness\ to talk! of \know. Hlmph i'an'I lie 11.1\1'; |iunli'x. arc l h"e'fJiK prepared. thus/ extend Maori uomon in New Xi.eljiul 1\un ;.:i

.; baa your ring I could by my vord whose sequin you nay these ar. Moan- .change whichho lug Ilie Hconnl" the jrHctl<'ttl <'"oiera- j
r hlnaeturn to) England, n Ihoy'lo tijrhllni, nil tin, tine' 1,1.1, I i | | | they meet cash other. aid' \vici l UiilemoiiHlrate '
t 'cause hla head to be brought to :you: at : while you must touujder) "my house contemplated with plcnsure. lie dolphin eiltferC :, lIon begun J b) I the Hiircau u of J..r..1 r)', I llii-ir" itiiiliuil af fund I .:;:r.
once on a dish, but you have not been Mid servants as your own. At thestl'words j .
had no regular. aftsl8tau lu the dil they I raMp ea I cither' In I the IIbm.II'prf, .1"
it-r" IB Turkey long enough to be In differItM' my uoblo benefactor. left IUP, ties of hits office, which at tlmeaprp".i.d t I ('pni|>rlltlcin. i. A STRANGE BAND OF INDIANS. I and rub their mm" ... ti.i--itrr., 1), the tight and Indeed bill fault and I proceeded to carefully, ..('rllt 1- '
heavily upon helm RO that low I III-"J. ullders.ut: that i Ili'], l It'I- -. i.n .

scarce'mertts the penalty.; nlze rncli cbent. None, of thorn had when I volunteered to( uxilst In the liii" nobfT-Liuii! : ; ..1. r' b"-gllulu: : ,:, 1.1. get Beliefs of the Canejot or Rabbits, .\ aiiiatiur' lunoils: In Ion N. "',

.,I ;Nonvords can adequately express the !been tampered wlth'ln anyway, they ", urrlPll:. I '.: 'w
preparation It hlH dlspatclifB to King Living\ in I Indian Territory. \ put anlei) i> a but of )ears of :egg !
r I J
all of the weight and the
i transports! of Joy with which I drank were proper"lh"'I' "
whal'- -
lames offer was gratefully ac- by making" a few
r my before
dt 'r, the declaration of Sir reslnuiit black paint with which eneli( A Miceldl\ fronts Herbert. I IT.. to the I 1./ his t't
'la generous ceptt-d. And thui the winter of 1U22 low! lit--'TheMIJ tiles I lul'ilXtntos 1 I fate The hnl, i mil' luu.-il. aslesp for .

i 47, Thomas Roe. When I was n schoolboy was covered bad rcnrce received, n passed away, the spring oC 1023:: ad- Senators. me. mm it. {in* all the Dallas (Tx I News 11)1: l.Uing; several bourn, niul Nan emir nuLnki-'ivil k r

) at $t. Edmund'a Bury I naw n cratch. My money tooIH 1 equallysafe %'need and MUll my ally lifer..Inalnedunsltered \'II"rit'1I11, .iiiMii'Ton' n loiiiX'jn | '-. about \ : tittles mjiitlu-ahl of( item at last In the. porhlHti'nt efforts nf ;.d
1 "l.rl'l a '
i 's and correct, nine hundred aced' In what In called the fine ,1
thief standing on a gallows arms
; but L>tad meanwhile acquired -- '.rof..lon"1 h) puot1st. '
A1 forty-four ouncli... nil told. showing district ix a tribe or !
In ] / .
tti '.,botmd and his neck a noose with the, InnXUugo of I the Turks and Hut tile ItratSp.irtm *- .Ual
"1 :>,1 his side turn that my expenditure since I left Eng -"\Vomc iuei'litlp full.blond Indians known as 'Iwl'''' ; 1
\ the hangman at ready to that too wlfn little trouble. for It presents : us- ",111a gr.'t 11 i ( OHO or the hint kmivn
:it him off, but the king's! pardon at that land had amounted to no in onthan but fov .HtUI unties to nu earnest to manly rottrgeSmarllcus'Pin't's : " |I (Ralblts) who seldom, If ever belt, 1 wllii: sheets through InMlanc.. ofehiirdioH ;t

g \.a : arriving the halter flfty-plx pounds. . right Sin.. I It e towns along the linen or> railroad.TM 1. I them .7
: g:y\ moment was removed Htudent. In June 1cr .!, Intelllfience i r IH that of St lolin I ho llaptlst's !

',Ji.i from his neck his arms unbound After on nbseuoe of several hour reached fir Thomas Hoe in auswer to( been 11)11 iricil 1 nnd hat u few Him nllh. small hand mihHlnt alnioul entirelyon In lliUtol .The. hinh sltuat'd cUr'

""f i ;p. and he was led back to prison.) Sir Thomas Hoe returned mid I perceived Inquiries which ho had Instituted nt my Mlfo, tin |ir""|.tt-I I of ,n s"iui' with wild game, and live I togerher In right over lli,<' HIM lent gateway i into t'I
;n' efface from at from bill countenance Ibe iiieaneut enrth likeinoro liutH and( toni during the winter I I
once man on
Nothing can my memory my inxtlgntlon.; that Signer' ; Fletro Slinonn the: city on the Avoj. and, the towering ,
- }, "'the expression: ot that mau's face that lie bore no good iitfwu. "The two was dend.! I that the good old cliild'K (play, In 11:"e." lijlliiiiol: : ,e months. In Hiimuirr they live alung spire standing high OIKIVQ the nrif1f- ,1 1

v'whllq' the king's' pardon was being Venetian ladles" Bald he, "you are not Venetian merchant had died In the American. 1 I bite Brushy river and fish with bonlt t I boring, houses end ..11''etli. Is remarkablc '.
'nw' oUt I think I must to I have spoken and l line I II 1 -
'read to him. and likely Rev ugala. belief Unit all who ttnllod from Venice. Bight,

r have felt somewhat as the Suffolk rob- with the chief eunuch Mho has conferred In the Orio Mallplotni! had -pcrlithcd. I I: (tent us wild lliiiite..Ur" >..)*iiit.| | Your rorronHindent<< in company. : the roadway, bo low. .o'Mlrl'Ylllt from ,";{t i

rs"r .bef,felt on that occasion. My thanks -with the Mistress of the. harem There remained nothing now to ntlnact 1 "Jullll Ihi> "iiittl l I.. nut ,__ .\ltb\ an Interpreter, upent thiecs dajn I -. -- - - 1-.

however briefly expressed, were very and I learn that both ladle were me to tbnt city and nbaiidoulni. my "I 1 know II. of last week among this strange llttlo : Why the Captain Wore Chin t
r"i 'fervent." 'and .I felt faint with pleasurable rejected as unworthy of tile Sultan: intention to revisit It. I combated 1 le I! "Nothing' In"the flour 10.11"1"' Company of Indians, and was well ref
escltement"when Sir Thomas rose and Bent to the slave market for ttnlo. live with Sir. Thomas It'(.. I i Mf( 1" "'r"p. f l paid for the trip. Their notion of the chin n li.illt of wearIng -

,v 'to leave and, bade me accompany him. I have been to the slave market and To be continued.The I I """(11. \\liut on v.ntli .lie .I.," dents "pale facp" invasion Is rather odd, and whNKors i had| .always| 'x
thought 'f
a: .The two young Turks who had guarded talked with the merchants there, anti, there" ., wellworth learning. They believe It this. wan due to, the fact that "

me threw wide the door to allow of am told by them that the younger of I I "I urn miliiiK: J.1 |point in.) ;,"r. cur Is the Intention of the officials at they were nl.11 heeeinilfc.| |but 1 learned 1
Iniluitriou* I>...".. I the reason to be. olh,
}1,' :our depan.ore. .and bowed to .my pro the two ladle wan bought by nil old the h"1\111)' nnd brlputne.r( c.1| ,ihUIcliirl.uiK Washington to ultimately rob Iht'1 of 1''le. It seems .

.?;( ,.,, 'toctor SO humbly that their foreheads merchant from Aleppo for two hun Tl.e children of Donuinrk are lru IZht; old nurhili! tt i 4''u-.11! their country, and an a last resort the that his chin and throat were starred. ., '
to knit when but five old. EeuIQ ; near are thus
"j atouched the carpet. ,I would have re- dred sequins, but that she protested in yearn IlItlOII.I l poor i tedman will be compelled. 10.I"vc explained :
Use public schools I tlila! IK (jell to! nil On one of t the shlps|, width he '
't' warded them for the kindly_treatment lamb show so pathetically ogalu, ; I thin country and go to Mexlto. commanded
rccetvea at their bands, but I being parted from her mistress. the Inl11 Itullon, although the private :.4onl I.> In Aiiclmlla.The there. wnH a mutiny of the it
i\i"\' ( I. had They npi>oar to have an Interesting *
; Podenil .
BcbooU made It nu absolute rule one eleittnn\ ) i auq| .ou m crew one morning on the high
: to do ao aud human being near with -wiiou seas
k"i'fc4: only history of the great Aztec race and '
MviT-; 'oppott alty'passed- she was able to speak, that her new hoi:r each day being, given to that In AiiHtrall.i 111.11"1111'I. i reniiii'kuhl\ claim relationship with them I which he promptly. .Ia..ted. to quell. 1

dustry. The same rule applies lit the growth of Sociiillitni ibero. Of I ilie, :':'J7candldnten : The sailors were too many for him) >
great number ofepa. owner bought the other lady also forseventyare i In rumersalion old -
a .. \ who oiitoi-i t t'il I the wit an man however be ; A
detbrcadlnt home-lift., one hour being devoteddully .iiiittKi I as wan unarmed and
be the .
I ourway through nequlns, to servant for who said his age was more than 100 I they, '.
cither to sewing knitting, crocheting ninety-four seals| II th Iwo housesof soon had him down on the deck
--: aI"faoUni! paved turta not much unlike thexIMuriytrlls'of of his first purchase! and tiiun. both its : .. years (and he looked ), it waslearned bound J
Jj Inoe-umklng. .Nor rnrllniiiiMit siitj lliiee" W.'I', nine" i and gagged with a long knife
their embroidery or I ,
'' an, Engllab castle my stares, and with respective positions l that his father came from the &J
t } ; sufflcltut the bern of the Inhoi .1'11 r anIlio his mouth. It w9: .this knife
have been U this considered ; young 1 IU'I'fnl
li-oteetor and T'at lut reached a pub- reversed they lineal and Rio Grande. and that when Mexico thl produced
KO I""tn-s the wounilil,
is supposed, neverto 11111 wi'reIn whose
woman of the family scars tn
awaited na aU he- away to Aleppo cap
Bo street, ,wheN the TE'xl he lived down ifcar what .
ownet tarn carried
and; the remainder
fine horses .SlrTbomarIJJil Poor Anita 1 I was too dazed by be Idle, she must always bare something 1'II.rKthll .u..I'I'1I11 known ot'hl Ute ,
,- ,, with two now as the city of Eagle
concealed beneath s
"bad his
hand to be taken If a 11 coo..n.nlh. Iliej heard.
roonnted the horaea they contemplation of her miserable and on up. Jartl. Pass. Ilia description tie While
faavlnfe) little wVitkonIng of country
comparatively thus bound
>wlth.wiiegro i graded fate to offer any rem. lrk. Sir chance visitor comes In, or a ,Srletv "I..c.t and gigged .Jacly paKeen
t. two n groas. could not be well but
M4 led br the |labor It la
parties Though .1 to him
un4e1tdd. ger came cutting
Thomas Roe continued: arrives for-the day both have! theirneedlework li..1al the bonds
% &* ,oa4etharry.tdeeflpach'rider.tlsl opportunity to voljy their ,'I"Wtbrough I 4 evident that this Indian and his handed him a loaded rtthia'weapon
Mnrlo Man. revolver
+oceeded'to 'Blcnor Mario Battlst le dead lie with them.- ,,
J.bT 1aDD r'w : ; entire band WIt
are Descendants the
any dully the l.ilior he
.. paper u,3.iposnesiied : soon bad the 14"his
killed full tn tboVomap'a Home Companion
1tJ1rThotauRoe'a oUk a* a month before yon Icy Aztec tit
.- p.ra. WTI 1 a strong unlimited rac. They have never considered fecst anel the ring.Ieademwera "
; _' _ ", ,01ll" 'progteo ,,lihionghm . cam t. Cot at& tlaople. DC had I e Or8nllzlulOII"t. the allotment of land In the Choc- plaeect la irons-I.ewistoa"ourna; ,
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OF CAUGHT: pudding right here la .tb. ab., Perhaps > I' ill..AAA AAAAAA ...A.AA.. .. (u In nil roes, are none the other drcrwtl :
lie h sis thin the cabman will. take:It home to I' '
vTh*% Mr vary and paT' *r ., .
Hit eye are sometimes. filled. with bitter his family. I've n* doubt If. a good Jaco TTaldbnrcer announce' that
(wars, pudding. Looks like one ef Conalii he In of 'Thla' 1 ( H
JI want anoverseer, ;
; :"Asdwheu You wonder you'llett'how I ho llra'l\cjirrioi his( all weary his way ra, ]Mary's baking to me." f tt f f t tIiLgeorgia's Jnrobyaldhurgrer founded a hllniaeue\ : NIOCe 1{ .a stau'. -

Bit is ao oldold and filled with petit, When'they got to the railroad station I fortune, Vhlch.. when liU 1ast' rt- '"T"I'
On marvels at tho npirtt he display; there were tw" Kollclfous porters waitIng aeendantpneseduwny just 1 fexr.yeara -;' I :Stays:. :
Yet, from th_>_ those fluhei. oiuaftssin. atf the entrance t.assist pnKseii- ago wlul'dl among chIr ltnbU Homo '
to ;
gem put 'Sarah managed tu' get [ 'First.Newspaper HWtltutlonmind time Episcopal CburclIT: I
Tb!!' .!>!enJid Cwuroja of big
i. days. .youngers Thomas and the other Bundles out !1m Another Ad\"tttl..r-. Oodln Onerard, 'MRS \, Find : ?

And ever., "Is" you' greet 'Llm l you. safety and then stepped down bewiclC. mind (hone ,fnmlllar with lime s( I.I'.lllrl'111lo o' 'Grumble. ..t
will. Upon hm faces
; niuile from worry,frd.1Thereire seat of the: cab. Hbo caught Thomas quit'
hundred going down the steps and whispered) to the a -
> wrinkles on hi) face-- "o'l.l'Ut olt .rtser" Da. '

'.1 Hears Irlm-left. by Itahw v" TIUIB" from* battle.- cubus.him, that. 'she had got rid Of the ,In' I i. [7 i rloil roitliir n.woman very plHtla. 1 n, ,'. ,NAG'' 0 By R. L McCardell.MOM. ., [

Yet 'then U one which duel dcterrfl its ". sounded behind And It all the, through,' .
place "Lady lady, a voice 4f- y r v so Bivea tray -' o".3'
'And., wrlnlla, her then, rlou've aometbing. the columns There la scarcer name -
ice [ i., it bon Just. ., forgot 1 L .
--I'l' 10nK and! .,ply *"rled' andhsome .'" ...A A ..AkAA"Air kAA A. iiiriitlvnctl that' cannot be connected I .
might any' It was the other porter, and in 'bin I ,, Rome event la the history ,of,, i '
It marred,taut strong. old: race. That Is I -ii yOU think 7PI'n stay homo cl'lj% go out If I don't shut up?' 1,
not 1101 hand he bore \\he devoted pudding. ,.He The first newspaper evertpnbllnhM1n Ueoi-jrla 'or whIch niiine is not to-day X. )C today ,Well, it'. about knew it-! 1 kne".IU I un' throne .' ..
!Ibis tile budge ttf l laughter; day' by dar I came running down after her aud this Slate.wo the Georgia Gazette': <<, borne by cendanta of the nitnie' peranima O Yr 2'tlnl*, *()I acquaintedwith your, a ,
got )
He saw the In the ancient r'Nan. .
happy ido-uid made It handed over the package with a smile mentioned paper. .
-, I a quaint four-page affair' printed In your i I wW and chll- ,- nlr I a fotrying ",i t
Though life has so. compelling) << that Sarah felt forcedto !$!Ia.annall-more than 'a hundred"jcm-ir Mr Sharp, who own. the papera, 'Ollren.. I suppose I'' to smile and look happy Ut and ,f 4' J,
bran joke to him ourht .Interest
!) no.. with which thinks a Treat deal of them
he s found : ask Thoma. for a dime q J'O. a,1 to b thankful. fortbe you and feeling so glad because yon y

The value .t IIlIah-and, posed. it to reward him 'I" Two copies of this ancient periodical' would be loath to part. with tb"I. pllinent, but you know I'm going to sat" ,bom* one day ''and l11'Jhe-wkf., : ,> .
round. of
mlnd.he said."we'll get rid They arc, Inae-ed. con.ldE'rabl.,1 W8 clean house toand '
., were<< left at; the Constitution office by so I, suppose you were .ua1relng'a d fussing about
; relics ourlos. Atlfliitii CoA
In rears to come vftirn I am old And'gray I ef it on. the train all right. Her-h-trst W. II.. Sharp.of McKenzie, Tenn.. who an --"-- C you not content with the.wuy you act .an old Clipper .to makeanexcuse'.to' 31'1
One hope I 'hare.. '-ihftt men may My of band nodded his head., wns the relics. 10f toward mebnvo taken a day'on to, go> nt .mCna.your' friends. rN,
roe. "lt's drop It out of the window"she : worry me just when I am '"Who friends? I '
curious crudity busy. am -
from their .
The dIROjf'The wrinUIm: ilmt I Ip' has wo would; Dot suggested with a sudden burst. of aside from the solemn Interest. attach- Stock "1k.n"I.I..J. AI. Wes, I have of ten "said tba I would I don't know. They are not of ate

4 vheerfid! ride .f life. he helped us Inspiration after they had found their ing to them as the handiwork ot men raining Is becoming an Importnnt like you to stay home O e a 'while; kind you can Introduce' your wife. ,
seefeel !" seats In the I1lef'l'erTbat seemed a dead generations, these two yellownnd Alaskan Ind"II'. and "Jbll 1 .lnt I know you are not 4oUI/. to I But you are aple' with them4'of'S'.
-. Applctou) in Oinciiiituti Timei-Stw. good idea to Thomas, but, unfornately with ,.p'r'r.",'.nrt It la probo.l thlt reg, pleaseia>. There's" nunplclou "'
... faded papers'! are replete a ,'" .. ot entile for .ometblll ture. ? '
tho train of the latest '' "t
was one ( wit'
-- personal interest for many of the xJ'os about It, some "Bnt wby use me so 'bUJlettI7' ,

..................................."'................. vestibuled\ arrangements with not an persons spoken of in the newa nnd ad.prU..lng : be growths made.l of The) extensive' 'I the e "rl' l rlh. scheme on foot, but you can't. fool me, Why not be manly and say )01 stayed
the '
unguarded opening from one end to grass. all al"elN Mr. Not ..
columns were the ancestors Nagg. Kay Ing a word Ob, from the office to-day,to go Hn1"lere' p
other. Thomas wrestled 111_vain with of men and women who play a prominent storms In the winter make mnn1 see of course you're \ot"aaylus a word. you didn't want me Ilqnc. ..C.pretl'ldlng"701 .
a window and when the porter was appealed ''here lions of the country ideal for You are the martyr vbo never say aword 'wonted 'to stay home
part In the affairs today, ,
A RICE PUDDINGYmiY.Y.SY. ranchlnir. winters of Alanka are K .
he raised thewindow 'rbl .,
to for assistance hut '
In Savannah and elsewhere iu the you are killing m by your once? .
lincpitnblc than those of tint great
5 Indeed but it was protectedby (State. more neglect aud fault-finding "I will not stand In the way'of ,0rlI'IJIYDf'nt. :
a .screen which prevented the egressof JI"II" \'yollnJ. Montana and HOIUO "Not me? Now, please, .. But .. 't
. please
. vuwlMV The publishers of the Oaznttc were 'egleltlnJ don't'tlnarrelwith ,
.Y. . .% "". substantial than a parts a, 1.1 the.deAd of ., .
anythliiji more James and Nicholas Johnston and 1"'I worked please 10bo sarcastic Yes."IHave me. Litre. bad that so niuch.:
entile be
xo """ "rRt place{ they were 1111 11"11 In. Besides. It was cold outside., their printing office was lu Broughloii whiter hor..111 I'al The begged you time and again to .' goes! Rlams the door, aa

a V= 1 both elderly Miber-mlndcd.; and both Thomas and S.irah were presently street There Is'lIvlllglOW one whole \\Itliont fear of being I is trOZln stay home, but you never would give ,. \, 'anyway; ,h dla't foof) ,
'O 10 O diui.Uied peoplego there shivering in the draughts of Icy probably a descendant of one of tl'IIprllllrf frequently very \"ld me even one day. YO.U couldn't}' Oh 'me. carry o !shamefully (

ft X P tens lie |H>s lbe) reason air which swept in 0" them. They these. old edltois. and he la Captain but there' are no stock storms.He of Wash.hgton yes, you cul. And now you count about au old, pair of forty-ulne-cent> 'j, ...,
yO C Nlly!' any ">"ie should bt InM'lred were both relieved when a red-faced .Tames' .Johnston no'w'n'a'resident of Sn- \era Harare growers. -'bE'1 It Is to IItl. and 1I'IIe you arestaying slippers.--New York E illA World. r .1.'
ti convertHie
'to pluy ridiculous naan across the IIloh'| | lititic'd over and annnh. State nn phoning home to please me. ,

tucks on tin-ill whpu they finally de- 1 suld In au Injurt-d moue "Hny, uiy babyIsn't The lIlZ'ttp tn size Is probably about .\I..utlal iKlandx Which Into will\nst out Heand "Other coca seem to like to stay intheir 1', Cola Ucrckknt., ..I :,4 y '

"ld..l-tCll'r tMfiiiy .yenta ot "Waiting i w..lI. and I Wl"h 1 )'ou'd put that one-third that of modern newspaper, I sheep ranges RurpusHhi homes I do everything In the ,
A f:
the llniliU.hli street, peddler who'felis old coin
> <
rapidly < K
to get u'arri..1 and K<> Fast on a long, window down xl'nt world to make you comfortable.There ,
divided Into three .
I amid Its pages: ore 1
ono of the characters downtown .,
of Texas. One bt the ''
wedding! tripllmiuiiH Tin' porter tame nud lowered the columns each. the type used In t the ranges MOltall111 Look. at the abel ort'our business la J
CUM; WAX liny.tlfree.? ; a. donin window with n look on his face that articles being fine and of tue. company hiiA beirnn the t-hlpnifnt of cigar! How I keep the house. streets } alhattl. ;
news" very
of cattle lie usually gets) permission to
and DOCK( head spread
< In the r.ijtt; (riiimh at biome amid seemed to Indicate that the two pusKcngcrs There are remark- ;. 25.OM sheep attractive if you.lay around "j<
old English style. c..lfAlld 1
rubber cloth in ;
of railing front
.10 the ooiidlKHirteut over a
a liiiMlncs* man .f NII, tiding ami reputation In thnt seat were mentally un- few typographical .errors and an Alt"ulllia. a first messing 'I up? Please don't crush I '
ably: of a .shop'window and tola '
recently ware,
head of
yluiKo frnsly, side whiskers sound. Iu the. inorulnu. after the absence of headlines the SlHXi sheep bn\'lnJ thoso They cost me nluety- '
were more likely: t., IMM|>!IO respect ami berths vvtn- mule: up. (Saioh; shoved the interesting megaphones by which newspapers. now been sent -(rein Kin FI'al cl( The eight: (pilowa.apJec. and you are ruin upon It. The man ls%quit deaf,, Jf!. '-
,awe than I.-vlty. Simli \IIIIf"t"II1, IIHliiulc. rice pudding out of sight; under the cull attention to the matter they con- ; coniiinj| hiululeinoiiMtrnted. prcvloiiwly ing: them!" you to port'b8e you make;:: -
will thrive there. llvlugtlmriughnnt known wants on a pad.The
owned !I. loom limn' forty mimiiipH. l back of one of the sentn. Now she. tale that sheep "Now you are going to swear! 1 your tll.1'
anil .."......MI>.1| n iuli-t! and serene \\nt sure, they mould get away from it .. of I' ? the .wintersolely on the know you are going to swear Oh. Iam he baa for sale range in prc .1 1man _
How primitive were Ih.Ipan. bandedlakh to $3. Collectors hint a' V1
of the Islands, liy liming cents a* !
dspusltloa1vlJrk: latter fact pi-oird?,, In "r..o' They cut off at the IUtOII.III / Is. KTftfcs used to It' Don't mind me. Why ,
gathering ne\\s In those days 'XpIl1'Jlliti",1 ) about and -oblong and sound "
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""Hi' >r all, a IT"lftI."JII" ;:. <- purser. imKlsili'jr. Thomas felt "<> In of the bl"lll th'rl year 1 don't you sit down iu that llorrls exptrll'nco"
lu ,t one
l a Htrlklng! WAY half Judgment In the tradeThen .
Then thoy l.ult rare to see Hint noum gixMl "t t untiling/ the ftUxcnie of time" ibis office. It occurs ago. chair Watch out you are scratchingthe teJ, .
live copies sent ti> want coin and ba
particular *
< was luvll....' !. the M oI<-. wall with it. any :(
copy hour to they for hide :
night lime h... .. Th.huh..l\ Into a cab andvv4ii "Please feet that other spare go looking
mm I to do put on
niuvi nujtliliiR t'flll" add your "
day May I ft. 170.1\ : :No" 5H7 of the paper.The In the north of Yorkshire an In bis downtown haunts. .
foolish In I tinnny of limning oh'| | IlIIltI Mock, away when theiroarx chair; It looks so sprawly and '
the centreof ,' their form .ulg81
ln h occuplew couple on
Item w < I"nlh11aIO" One day be tn ,Beaver :
shays! .. 01 ilea after the bridal pnrty, were sa In tod, with hlulll cries In In the. ... The had boon nil forsome There! you have taken tUevarnlsu off .10 Je"He ''' ''
the frontpage.. printed goal mini street and the ,, be,1a likely
And ThuIIUI"' '/11 r. w Itli n Craft mill from the ii-iir The cub tame toI stop| time tiniest. of Tyne and rends III part time, when, the practitioner "hoaU'hk,1 the chair with your shoe heels.. Oh, I to be found'' in lext dy',, II .
Kmle whl'b Inert his <-)!iHleiH'< i'TnVI.Cl at the Hide/ nf (lie street.HonhV follows nd Ued. Hint .1 see yon haven't put on your slippers. DrtI.r so
ns : physician ,
hll where and where 'In'bis ; bju
;' ] the mule they' 1\ .'r.. t<> lake n |iii: 'l.u"e you Iff undali the "Madrid Fl'brllnry1'111' following should l he uiniuoned from the nearest Now I .see it all. Mr. Nagg! Now I see fancy is the tesrtlmnce for. ',,

nid the 1 hotel tlu-T. were, (ti..stop nt in neat, Miih sold the porter stl'-kini/ Is nn extract from! the Madrid (;a- town for conrul'nliou. The doctor it all \"QI ;\ .tlftended to stay 'UdlmeDt., I' '
<'hl'u least Ills horn' into the door ol limo home to bluer with Sue and good daf 1. ba(u.tom/
"-nt IIP thought ho In.Th'r.\ .! .- should .lip. no call. "I iloiurun. 'I nil I Ah'in" out ovlireef nnnoiiuces' the death of the King of .THid lei. from the sickroom get me nervous, and then you will rush en now ',, ,\vJt d
( when he little !
r"II..hll"o" 111'111 tln-ir wedding; trip a"lIlehlll'II'| to you *nl>." FrBlIl'e: to the kltelien..IIIJ vas tin re accosted out and leave me here while you enjoy kept.a shop' :1dj..

They uiritoo old' t" lie stared amiUnjrliWl ThoiiniK Joeroll lied took loathesome 'IIlH Majesty has ordered the court by the ol.f v uiiun i saying: .* yourself around town. -- ..ZL near Duane_.freet ( ,
nt. On the train tullHj Ctileugo thing In his right hand and bunded to tnke mourning for three months .'. doctor wbnt's your charge?" "You couldn't find your slippers ".toru down \ake wa ": .

sat In HIP' sonic ....ut. but Hamil the porter a quarter, with the other. from the 3d Instant'nu account of the "Mj.l.1.fee 'Js a K"lnea." Now. please don't tell me that. .One of ak1.acape to.decided bathe would ,

I'Mki-d out of tin- ,,,11..10"whll". her "Oh. don't, Thomas," his. wife pleaded death of his most Christian Majesty. "A guinea. doctor' irulnea: And It them was burnt the other day by acci never open another one, beme. ], '
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newly III,Ill,' hnxliund' rend the _mpru- "It you do we'll arrested. for littering Louis XVI. King of I'ranco. who finished .. ye come again will !It be another dent. The baby carried It out and peripatetic ..I .maD la summer be Isvoften ) ,x''

lug paper with' l"'rII1'' I ; n glance In her the slu-Pts. Fin sure." ( his career on the 21 nt of .Innn guinea?" put I in the coal scuttle and Delia seen at Saratoga O Long Branch,,
direction. ,.1's'a "Ho to a rice it burned. And the A New Yorker who went t St. 'Augus, .'
matter of fact boplmpil you expect uu envy miry. with a heroism equal to his. hard thought I 'ante
Inv piirt of n illnIntcri-Htod oni pudding) about on my lap/ during the rnJ..fol.tmll', and to the inhumanity of ".1I1"guinea doctor? bl,8 me!" other slipper hasbeen knocking tine last winter laW km' Ule' close> tt ( .
>rt too w1t./ milt the bride who whole of our wedding tilp, madam?" the horrid and unheard of outrnees The\ old oman 1111 went upstairs around the -iiouse for a week. The to the walls of c old 1.rlo. lit

after nil. was a w>rnlln. he lornanilod. with dignity. committed against his august person . lo her husband'8 bedroom and the doctor children Lave been putting: their small comes back to' Broadway ,le 4

Oil nrrUIni In tinltr< they took the .Ju,1 wait tillv<> get, to the hotel l. .* who waited below heard her say: dolls In It >\ oualy as he cUspp..aa and KU.M' { i I
ounvmoM 'btw end were driven' over'toUK dour," she nlil. "I'll get lid of It the only "He charges a guinen. And he "Why I Is you never said a word Tire any account.of his wanderings .
Thus it nan that In May I
; Sliernmu lloi'mp.. \ where Thoinng. xoiuchow." newspaper in Georgia: Informed the conies again & -another ffulpea. U you were loooLIng for your slippers Hb will talk .for, an hour about coin 11

wrote ">rr. and Mrs. Thomas Carr For more than a week the IllS tor people of the execution of the King. of Now, what Jt'11)say?" 'you didn't ,want to -start any "? you care. to U feli7"tint Tiever abonthimself

K: rl\lie: ", 111./* on Hm, register withouthelrnylnx tunate ,NIUIJht were haunted by that France au'event which was. to change I The. .10.)01" of the Kick man was How kind you are! What are you 10 or hi. changed' clr' m'tnce.:

In ,any way, tbiit. lie wa dointr rUe\ pudding! A dozen times they the history, of all the world, and' which, lost on the doctor, but there was no log now but snarling and anfeerlng -New York. 1'ress. ,

nnythliitf niiii"iinl. thoiifriit they had gut .rid of It, only; bad it occurred at 'noony<*stcrdnf, ] mistaking' the energetic tones cf Bib because the children played with your -. "'..1 a\ a' .,
".\b ut $2. P'-IIKP.! liP RII h1"111'11 the tn have scone porter or other niesseagir would hare been rend In "extras" 1>J' wife n. she, answered: cheap.old slippers? You didn't any a -Opetl"I WI'I Radteas., ', 'J J

rl..I'k naked i.IM:< ;wlint sort! of H roirn ,: come mining after them. pantingniul the people"of Atlanta the same day. "If I Were ye I'd fR no, like a true word Ah. but 10t were going to, Mr. The auttounceuiettt l'a 'retlt1' -. f
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h. 11111.,1.( out (>f lireath to restore tlitieamtre <
"Ilv the way. Mi: Cmr.' the clerk and 1'.11..1 Ins icy 1"1' thought the late beheaded, King: Is n formal |,iro( Bit*. -*- '"of course, you expect that I- con ton,, that he. ha employe 1 0.:
called nfterJoin ,IHIII. 'ntun I lie turned to rennif. fulness.' Once they trl d i m tent It loa tent from "the Grand Jury of the Clr- watch everything and look after every his practice cures l' "

Ills nlf-. -i.:,.'...'t n ,pnekng.' <* dog. but the Hiiiniiil 'limed up his cult Court" which l>o I>Vxprp fu. t'ilr; hIUI'lIiIlK," nime at rise. and iilmoil lilt Thongs" stately term Hint "The State of Ocor; 1 IUI'I often heard 'people speculate ever saM a kind word to encourage me. attention,to thin'rnnc.U'dlscussedrj ,'

'Si'nd It op, t I. 111.' roan:' mid: who" was fon-olt to emit.'t'hey gin now lies under the gientest ftrliv-; how..such and. such / millionaire .can But from day to day from bour to substance, and especially' Its ,yalue ,(

TlioinnnMr left It Jn n room In their 1 hotel, once n State cnn lie under" for the potslbly BpifiiiTliTs Income, said' a well- hour. It la nothing but fault finding as a therapeutic' agent,.: .D'urlnlt; \':::1'r
and M j" n. 1 Cur I hit I agreed, that iiil the buy l \vlni .:malt down tlulrIniv'x Creek Indlntis have been permitted known art critic to a wrier In London when you are'In the house. which la fall and winter -various, explrieatl .

they n'"mli; 'I j 'i ed .i \\ Uolceok In ('h'- lin"iit.'lil that also w illi the rt- to commit depredations. on our frontier TI-BlII. Personally, If I laud a million but 1'ldom. and not content with this to determine the effect of radium .' t.. .

CHRO Tl'oi:I is I 1.,1| :MI lilted: to linetiln mark; : "I foiin.l, slim on >'." top hhelfIn without being: forced 1 to make reruirn: n yeuV I should find I the simplest you day to stay home, when various plant and animal ,organism ,:

biixlni'.x (".' If ,n,.,i'in ..r tw" unit do. run!II. i"'inn Oni-e I found a11I1111' tlon. A recital of the grle\' noe In detail matter In the world to get through you know I have my luBeleanlDSto hare been .lrrle" Gn'Itt curative: y .{.
tlicre .is mi "I.'n-.n. why they "hII.1! s Immm I: *u'Iry up[ di-n, mu ii' he give me follows this prefatory statement every penny of It and yet live In my look after to quarrel a pair value in as'cancer,hag'r' ;: .,

linrry hulf .1 I dollar"! Rut within on the two middle pages!: present simple style. ""hY.-culd get old-slippers that only cost forty- also been In.eatlgate;and I.ti"report -' 1 '
The 1 bor In. jti_.ii' :"i Mii 1'\'I.rg linilly they and the puddlug[ ; by this are found those 'things tn attract thelover rid of I comfortably In nine cents two years ago. made tie .Ylen' Academy of. '

Sarah loo'.el :si 't t .nil. saw It time "lidin; ;: their, ncel.s ll'te .1: Neuiculs, 'nf"hitr>rv. with a pernonnl, boar cultivating I single bobby-collectingnilHires "I would sooner bjiy a dozen pairs of Sciences by Exner,' the conclusion.Tils

KHi-lvlli- came lo a little I Inn hi tin "t'onncMjtl- ing. These are tiipndrertls"nmentasnd. and brlc-a-brae. slippers than to h.O you nmk such a reached that while an op eiatlo.-Iu,"s"
"I wonder w inil; It cnn )">'/" she KiiidTliomns cut town v lucre hoiiuiM had been born personal notices wl li'th! cover Hugo two t 'rhfl'l are heaps of pictures. which row about fire in. I know what's passing prerrabJe. yet the, radium treatment

nllovii'l Hint.I he lind, no Idpn and rean '. One side. of their room pages.In )'01 might; rover twenty deep with through your mind. You get me Is. where this .not possible.In .. '

lip tore off Hiiniltiilr; nropper, and w'a* mcupiid\ ;" liy. mi old-fusbloned. on of thoK Poiniin do nignon declares sovereigns and yet not produce enough all worked up and nervous, and then nine cases of cancer which ;bad -1

nnpceled one ufter the other half N brick: II:' hiinpey was old, that his purtiit'iHhlith| othersin Hold to buy" them, nnd you can see you slam out of the house and say It la b e under radium tr-ealntlt.1 was ;

1 dozen layers. of pnpor. Finally and there "' cnMg" cru< KM between the lh* ownerslilp of the Island of iu-no of them any day by walking Into my faul. found that there-' ebaldr. \

-- ,I there stood reTenleil t>n a )I"ro chums I bl'i(-ks. Sapelo, a part of which. he purchased. the National Callery. Take that mod "But you have done jlmt so much able abatement In the.cancerous awel ;' ;
plate curious nlilte 4iiiiiefhlAg round Now," Sold Snr.ili "I HIM going to curt. little canvas, Tet'burg'. that has out. Come '
a ,_while yet. In ,,Fiance has been dls- looKlug the novelty worn Ing and lu two of these It had appeared 1 i
In If at the top mm mud nlmyt the shu)'e of u get rid nf It." soUed This Ponl'iln: dtt IStcnou was "I'ence of ""nBI"r," There la less out and be frank with me. Yon know after fife monthL'In one case'' is'

half. wateriuelon Shernintile1.. tin- pndd'ti'! Into tiny the great-grandfather of Fleming dn thin three square feet of It, butr. If you didn't mean to stay home to-day. .' there had been considerable Improvement ' 1

"Wlint In nil fiAhllooUa U Hint tlilmTboninx ;'-" flakes of rice, h"r huvhaiul sitting !by BIgnon. and the I'rupprtnRml".ll". time j',1 would buy It, every square foot You know 101 are only trying to pick due to the radium ';'treatment 1

asked Surnli poked It ,]pies-' hopeleosly. 'llien' she put a chair Into advertisPauentoClheold. fnnnderar'the. would tryst you 3.VK) ($17,500)). Then a.quarrel, about a pair of old Blippern whichwas the more interesting'.a*,, 1.

m tJonlnjtly with one llnifi-r Part ",if It the fireplaceopening and dlinbed "1 1on > family In America\ remained in the there Is C'orri'jrlo'a ''Vlerge an Panler" too. Instead of trying to give it was impossible to operate on. the j
broke off nud <'I'lImhl",11I Into little it. A handful: a time she stuffed. name of the Dn Blgnon owners until nn exquisite little painting, certainly, me some b.lplueS and Instead of tryIng patUnt.-Harper's .:f. l

particles. A look tf eonipreheimloii, ttntf pudding into the crocks between, very recent years, when It was sold by but you would probably cease to covetit to take some pleasure out of your Wekly. ..;

o! half nnutscd and hunt angry.. C'nmo overSicah's the bricks on the Inside. of the chimney a cousin. of Fleming du Blgnonhe If you were told that nothing less home you sit around scowling and .) ,
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face hud acquired the whole. title. It was than thirty In"1 of sovereigns'' covering muttering Now look bow you have sad dX6' i'

"Whv, Tlioniis" II'" n I rice pudding/ ," Perhaps," wild Sarah, when she wan purchased for the use of a yacht club. every square Inch of It would that rug, and look how you have the A 10.1 cub which baa bennu eah1bition '. t .' t.
she said. through "perhaps the chimney swallows Richard Wayne, who was himself make I yours. pal) nil l.terl up with your news n former Alderman Ian Co.. 1 ,f

"A what I?" will find It." ene of the most dlstlngnlRhetl Georgians papers. flower store In Newark avenue,.e.r r" ,

".\ rice piuldlim' I suppose. shewent "Thank heaven." mild her hunband!, !: of his day, and whose descendants ! ...101 we.n.lsMa Abbey. I "Instead of sitting down ant havinga "CIT. N. J.. escaped trOlJ the :n.f ,.

, on With n laugh "they thought fervently. "What should I have done also achieved distinction advertises The decayed stonework of the chapter nice comfortable chat your wifeon ( yesterday rubbe
rice In the form would bn more suitable without 'ou'-II. SI II, lu Chicago that be will no longer: Import house of \enUnlnatrr Abbey Laa such few occasions as you are le'a left leg. The florist paid no at* 't"C

." \ft our ageHut I thought you bad Tribune dry goods but will confine himself"' 11'1 tiented tv'ltb complete success home, yon alt with a frown .on yourface tentlou to it. thinking it was the cat, ?urns
concealed our stopping I place?" from then on to the factorage audcoanutlsslon by Professor Chuich. ''bO t thirteenth reading the newspapers and spill until the cub beal to claw his.trouaay '

"What are we going to dO'wlth It?" 1 roimsutra I. Iowa. business. : also that he row century, work cf the chapter bouse was ing cigar A.he. a' 0.11-the carpet and ers. Then he gave 1 vicious kick and '
asked Thomas niixlouhly.I "I cnn't ask. : "Whon I vvaa In pclltlcnout In Iowa eleven negroes and acme! hogghends, cf uiiiinly executed in an Inferior kind smoking up my lace curtains.. sprinted for the stairway with the curs, fe
T anybody 'around! the botol to take It sold Secretory Shaw, "1 had some dif fine brandy for sale.
.\ away without letting them into the faculty In deciding on a comfy ticket.I '; There Is also a petition for the foreclosure nnd fragile. I was found that the de- But O don't. ller. I have been talk- shut, and tb'ua'y ?lion begnn.t'o, get '

fact that we've Just been married" met a Swede who III a big farmer lu of a mortgage the petitioner any, wa due to the failure of pi tlcleaot Jng to yon .agreeably, paying uo attention busy. '. ;.

' ,._ "Well ThoinnH. ," sold his wife, "If my district and talked to him about being John Thilloeh. nn ancestor of .stuua to a l"I'e. the mischief in to your scowls, and I can't get a "lie ran around the place ..e"na ''fa
'j we .stay here the ISarlrllle people'll be the candidnt President Roosevelt's mother.. ninny places going to the depth of twoor word out of you. times..'said Mr. Cole, "and brke. ,
.. sending us all sorts of foolish things 'Olaf,' I UHkinl, '\\liom do yon I think George/: Ilouatoun offers a "settled three Inchrs. 'lh:" was due to the "Probably you do not think I am jardiniere on each lap..Taea ke qnletert' : ; id, .."

:: ..- like' not, now they know the address. we should tuomlmrtP for Cuuuty Judge?' plantation" for sale. If" wns the effect of the aulpkuuc acid In the London Intelligent enough to talk to yon. '* down aomewhat ,and tackled ,a big- ; (:.
.. I think we'd better keep right on '1 tank Ole Ole on ben gout mau' founder of 0110 of the early membersof atmosphere that It? Please tell me the truth. bunch of American Beauty roses. :He"i\t\'

,I, Rast. We can take the pudding With be said a U-ndlng Georgia family member Professor lurl'l found that repeated What did you stay home today for? ate a dozen or more .1C he liked' tbsns ..
1 us and leave it on the train when we 'And for District: Attorney?' of which still rank very Tilgh In npraylnga wih bury la water rcn.tlutPd "To please me? To please me. .In and then tcklel a pocketboot which,

1,,;; get off. That'll be easy enough." 'Yon Yonsou.: II."annntoAraolhtr the stoneand repco te apraJ- def Docs "please a woman to have he found on the couDter'I H'pawed'It" .\" .<:
? She did the pudding up carefully, 'And for County Treasurer?' plantation la offered for Rale hugs and painting hardened It her making a pig pen of the open and chewed f 10 bills* 1"hen '

t.y'; plate and all: In the various paper. 'Nells Petersen. by Edwin and William Harden, whose l back and not merely at the surface. No house and .cwllnA'! and fussing 01'e 'b., walkl into a* i IM'lb; ., ;

:, ; i which had originally swathed It. while', 'And for Sheriff advertisement. Is of interest by reasonof appreciable consolidating effect wasproduced an old slipper? where I keep 10..rl ;'tmJchane. \ ,' .
, '1 \ her husband went down 'to pay his bill 'I tank James Smith.' the fact that one of the trio of on tie worst portions of the' "I can't Watch everything. By the .I."ran nty'.hiding ; ':'Y r

and arrange for taking the evening ''But Olaf.' I protested, 'you have Chatham County representatives In theLegislature surface until It had been apr.e at time .I get the children off to school . the door.. 'I kept,.tMC f ; "

trainfor the East. When they got Into named a Swede for every other position la now William Harden. I isast four times, while the deeper parts and have picked up after you my dayis cab in ;lcoid.atoregeseversl, tataetMsv..

., ths cab tp drive to the station, she why; not a Swede for Sheriff He is also librarian of the Savannah were found to have been Already gone. And here ;you are bone in ray Then iris lepr took charge* at hint '

?to'carried,,It on her lift, On-the. nay-a 'Oh we must do something to catch pnbllc library hardened. The atone thus reconstituted way; and Interrupting,my:wok;,: and and tb" 0".1 fear,ril ,

(,, .bright idea lced her; the Yankee vote.' Philadelphia. Francis Courvolie, Robert Fcrsyth fa little susceptible to tie Lon next I suppose )ou'wll quarrellingbtcafase get ties. bills bak they'ire no* sTHEIWRINKLE ','

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-- For M.-be. H&.e_tlv. CoDIItt... The county registration books.! will CALM FOR PRIMARIES._ ,

g ". A SAMPLE BALLOT. At the.oItoltstion01 friends 1 hereby anyuomu Tuesday.Nptiice" . . cali for tlenlnclaftd-prtmariee.
Tho following
-o my naiuw' a* u oaudldnui. fur :Veinboroniiiy ; mote by the D"-
<: \ l>unit>cri.Uii J\rfeotitiw Committee; from lorO"'ulacolluI". : .
Application a''
-..." Frank Clark Olmrlrt, No. t, and no.)Jtilt time 'KUiiiwrtiof the DUO '.of for Tax uratlo COli lit, .....ocuJ.i..lojLCtnnmILlAlv. .

t i'or; She Information, o( the PCIDOcrstlt 1.10. 1 tt.. Uio. yrl iixry- _J. I.. sl IthKLAN.llralnage'Nottce : .!...:......| Deed Under Section 8 of 10..1.11111 RK8OLVEI b.'d' March il !t. Suction fitly twit f.-TM: white dent.. :, a

_' .' otorstn: this county,. we' jprlnl '- 'Chapter 4888' Lawapl ; ocratlctotorfof" : Umioula' CJoitutyi will bold a"F:' R

below: JUt of all'candidates: to 'be I . .. --- :. TO.ALL WttnMIJ'fAY'ONCF1tN1. . . Flprida, Primary Elontton Tuowlny...!Mar 10th. 1901 snotl'1' ,,1
-"- Tike NoUm' that, \ hvreaa W. J Barbort nonrflialo 1
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voted for In the primary May lOUu I CANDIDATE M did nil A,..11 4th, 1-104 present to the e."utytJn.'nl..lnll..oru. irlren: 4 If n j\ i ary, ,' "
y5 II'I"rltn, Notice' In I UiTKby that( R. John, parclianur the. following tlckoU 100''b. soled IIfft"< "
,w. It will five Idea of what theollklulballot \ lI l da One': I y itpullUot of Tug Ourilllimlii No IwiH, dulud theI.tdaypf
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.>.lit uncclfloaU atM ...
the! ooiiamiPtlnu coat <>)> eaoopl whero .
praritt Ier '
| each
uleotor |
11I'I. l certlflovto
I / U Stool inl< -
______ __ FOR A "
will be and the fay In".r Hih<>4N llio foilotriitir." dried. l bedI.nd Kruollon to '
voter can .. and '. I.U lu ate Uouvral
niewle'apptlceinr t .
til toy) Bleb: ns | l 1. t mlllarlBO himself with the names and S ; ;J CON9SSt In slt'tatwibneafd A K onriur. ,>*.If l IVI $ situ -uld I nrtjliai| e followliift < .eirllwl .
T'\. kite M I II.. aaiuu lnnltflli. > be Iliad liy rucvtumundatlou: "
aUoj>rttoUco maklnir cross: (X) marks |pnyterty. "" ""tdin Om-eola county) areto { .
FROM THE| > of Siinan K, liiichey; ,
.. mtmlliUt for U H Hi nnturOM
'ton the tua.r4in to the left-la front of Ni :y ItK II Klv'OWN Jlint 1 said. lot"i''rlliM-* :.M" of Mattliows AdOiUrtn! toPtnetntmue'Ity Olio
a 1I1.'h..t.'r null tauJMatu for UouKrowmanPlatrlct (1IeooDt\ :
.tnrr"t..n\ln..r. l'i. ?
Dame candidate tfUlies
the of tho bo S 'I'
( IHinii nt lhrtrreguler. mud II"11 oar hu 'tiulO onMn1.dsp ;
) ? to vote for. Second Disrtrict 1'11",1 lainUbuliiK, aiweKnoil at the d U) of )
% \ Hit JiiiSOuyof ,May A1'04; the 1..I1".f 0111')li rurlKtente In time 1I..eo. ."f Oileall'II..t! for JuntUio of toe Supreme ;
Wliurvforo pete.m win m" \1'h".I1'\ ilare
The y
names are arranged alphabet! '
hereby civil, sal| t .1.. I 'rt' 'I 1 to Louise WvlH Ciwirt (term b ){-.rH)
to uiHmar on .
Nhoubl tIl,.U.. ..1,1 I ;" ..tll"'atl1.u' rudneiilod"/ \
_V featly, as they. will be ou the. olllclal 1 of Florida Mcot their roiuoii" ..wli\' Said I'rlliU'ti orehnind c/trilintr to lee, IHT dead will JMINI I thureon ou ThrououhlhAMh, . .. for Ju tU.-t 'of tha Supremo*' "y 1:
.' not ho Hratttimdvrof :: : ."* >>
ballot. Uomioln it2Ir.1'lnv .of V IU Nil.WlinoH Court Perms. guars) ,
oaf, IIf the U-IH-I of Cuiiuty nlth.1ftl und thinlie
nlxuxturu Real ,
r i -' my On amllrtlrto, for OurrrnrtrOne ,
.1"'r..f."I.IO..hlt'lIlIY. .
: Make a oroetX( ) mark bu fore, the ; IA 8o1IcltaYourVot.andSupport; '\> Imikil anil I tliu otlli'lal- Hi-ill of HalO I JWIIl dil, > nf April, A 1 I. 1'iulJVO: M| UcK.t rHRilldato for; SIM'rutan' of State.One ,,:

' I'' of tile candidate of I1 nard al K.II". ..... thlH nth' iU) .f i Vj.rll. A ..,. Clerk ('IrrustCourt. aiullil'itu. for AWornuJ"Ooiiera.1. '
l Dam jour :: In tl,* D.i/>ocr..llcI Prlrn.I'-"'" I' 1WU Cfes.L t : oJ.!

choice. ,...__..- -- .-.. .- [ ] .J'oIU... M i.KF' Hr H H H'-LI.OCK y I ONri'ola, t'W i ('imiity Florid Ono laiullituto. fur Coin: ptnrllur, "?/
Clr.k..f th nonnl of CountH > . Olio iiuillilutc for Trcasun

For United States Senator: '' Coounlelnn -- OIK. cniidiiliiio. foi: ->ii|>,,.lntI.1 of PIlfUCk' .
8) S HULUK' K. III> .I
,A Vote for One.WILKKHSON. ON FOLLOWING PRINCIPLES: u ___, ___ I: .tr"cotl". 1\ t S ,

' CAM .. """"" Ouo ramiMHlo! for iinimlmiloiicr of Aicrloul- {
lure -' .
WILLIAM .JjoN'1"JNGI... - --- 1 TROPICAL $ Dm' CMiiilile") ) for Kailroail\ Coinnlealonerr.1fi ;

J. N. C. STOCKTON.JA8 : Ouo .-"."II.lfth'. for .\'1JuMnl. OunurxlQ ,

I' rAMArVUKO.': : Opposition to the Trusts. OKftli'llilrtti] . for "htto ('hutillntOn .

... caiiiltilikto, for Jn.,IK,' of Jlio" 7th Cltt".....

For Reprusentutire I In t'unjfic Set,1out Favors Income Tax. Pine Out. i'.".'.01."t-r fur --tiUU' Atuirilu iortU TtUIn
r4ed S St
". ,, ) (Tmirreftslouar('ict. I Apple r .tillout

Vie ( Vote for One, Perfection Inter-State Qprnmetce Commission. i : ..Kiililnli, ..furMcmlwr of tb" HotiM oT- fHi

|*< -Mil stn- V
J. K. ALEXANDER' Federal Aid for Good Roads. "Out ..""t.lidntcIrCount I I I) Ju.Ino, ..

oar C, J. M.\ 11AMKS.FKANICOLAKK.. I J i Oi'u}- i'e,,''IItoI". for HlntriirOm .

:\ - Duty on Egyptian Cotton. STar And : i rnw1111e I! ,I'T .\H i.< .i>r .dl'axua

f CllAULr.S DOUGH l Tvs.: i our iHiili.Utv ,inrTh, 1.11 hs'UirOiu i"

h .. J Rural Mall Delivery. i $$1 t'in'1,hltt' I"""MI'1.1',r,.,IH,.r of It"1f'fttraUoa.' :!',
{fit, VV. P. WATSON::! .
OIl..I1''tlll'' (-HipiTlllH nilullt of PI1WIo ,
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For Jifstlce of Supreme L'o\lrl-I:: I Ample Appropriations Suwannee River. lu,.ir.., t "u ..l i mint) .

u. ' r' Yeurs Wine i ii (0""u,,111 MI,. .r' I Irrk, of the Circuit Court. ; ,

'+ ,1N ;1 for I .. Military Park at Olustee.n 1: ou,. ,.Hiililiti' ,' (InrliiiiiiU. .IruaiururOm
Vote One. F1{
> tin.llilnii f,S r tHti heiiauOn. -

H. } .:J'A Y lJJfi. ?P'it'7TTt 7t r'n-: .;,-...'-.,...- -ey-'rr',tJr" yr ..."P'Tt"It t' .. s null Int. ftil muly' Mirvi-, )'or .t
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-ForJaetleeno. ------ -- .. ) ". 11111.111111, '... ,ureo.utyCurnmisa.untra.. pry
/\ I Sujieim- ,' ---I llnui. umiitoil,', "eh fiir Himnluf I'llbllc ImtrUO- ; '
4 l .. Vote for' Throw "!'\ ('n.intj Commlll..iolJt'I'-Si'C.ond For tueiulx'r\ t'ount.> **i.iinuitu."e, 1 irst>: i t'" l
t District. DistnotVote ]lull cured more had I loc \
L I U. S. COC'KltnLL.A. ; Fine dclegnts. | .at' I.rt" fir :National; Cuuv"D- 1 p

.1. HKNKN. Vote for One.c. for Th 1'(>0>. Cares" of Indigestion. ( l Tao .

'?' '? T. M. snACKiux: > s. .\riir.K.: : A. E. Mcttiilen.T. i f JI I 'I\wdsl.,I .auh.l n,>,in .'nI I ( .II'p..n.1. 1)15. ,lI

J" U. WH11K1KLO.Tor \v. W. ivr.Y.; ._ \\-. Kills LttGrilric, Stomach t ,. '10 Nuti?nnA; "n" ,mil.uOnV ;!t
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s ,
im in? n.tntliiila' : IHnnOk
_ - - Governor -- --- Kor County Commissioner-Third Dis I T. M. Murphy.S. dI..wrderw. Coughs and i : e',,' ,i- I'erIl tee

'. C. 1'urtln.Geo .
trict. Ihlrtiiii Miinliir-i, Ht l. .rK"* of I>vuiiicra4ioSU.K tjr I'J

} Vote for One. Vote for OivKVM. F. Parker. Col Is this winter than $ I (oiiiiiiltt.., ....

N. B. UROW AnD: \ GOHI-.KT.: 1-'. A3: Thomamiu. .. Ono )(11 h..r of IHiui*"rune' 'title' "ouimlUe 1'r

.) - C. M. HIIOWN.ft. : -- - - --- -- -- ---- -- ALL (OTHER remedies '' BROWN. I' foi, OXIPO'H C '"I'J I
H. S. PAI1T1N. $ C. M.
: W. DAVIS. For MemborjCoutit}' t onimitU-o, TlmdDistrKt 1.,,, iiumtHm of l County 1),'HUH'ntlr Com-
r ---- ----
I ( om bitlt'd. miUr u, Ui.1",. robed I f..r ITI tin,Ir n.BJMM lire pre ;;..
D. H. MAYS. For County l'ommiIiSionE'rFoul.thDistrict. '
a i __ __ ___ Vote far On<'. The peoples Candidate (orOOVEJUNOR '.n.< IK '1 1t. >

I J L STRICKLAND .li. ,I'n... ,isi.'nln'. Mill'. Ie
For Secretary of MWtVote Vote for r OF FLORIDA.
One.V. __ __ (
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a n' n nn. Jars i i .l U." I I. K. I for 'iMh I DUlrlrt \\1;
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l,, t,; for One. \ H. SAVAGE. For County CouimiiUHjniau' Soconl' One Lonntalile fur <;iv h .hlUer ll trlrt \<

; J. E. UHOOME. J. F. WILLIAMS. I District t',se -.lulu Coo.' .linn. for fortiiulKtluii 1& platform

H. C. CUAWFOUD. - - - -, Vote for One.' .2 i &6 YEARS A CITIZEN OT p r 1}

i' n. } KIHK Fur Count}' l'ommisslonl'r-FHth Die J. K BI'I>IHon. i THIS STATE. A."h.1HI.. .. t ""\iitluii for foriuulattugplat a
: I II
-- I, \
Vote for One. G. \\'. Overstrwn.
", : For Attorney General. ---- j ji I I" i "miiiittii' of ti\i<. I; .
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Vote for One. A. S. CAMPBELL. !For Member County CoinmUK-c: Fourth See l Inn of A K Hi ' .u.1 trmnn and four others *

District. your Druggist: orwrite A Soldier Under General R. E to IM xpl.uot.| | 'd 'ii 't.. linlr IM mate. a. aillpaiKii :'
W. H. ELLIS. 1"01'Iembers: Board of Public In- i .
I A. ST. CLAIR-ABRAMS.y gtructiou.Vete Vote for One. the Manufacturors. Lee from First to Last Pay wont it tiiHt, >..1,1 omiiiilltfe bays
I all 1n.' J L "I Iallule 1.'h..I.D
for ThM'E' Feb.Vhsley.. $ the until of :. ,iMInluil.aliio; sips than 1:

For Comptroller. C'. E. FKANKLJN. .Jno. R. Cape $ ballotM. blank. *. .n. .Srol i: box.-. are delivered .
VoLe for One ,
p JONATHAN STRICKLAND. to loiniulittv t *. h uriM-lni, t>i (ether
For County CoinmiUvt'inmi Fifth District. Carrie four "Yankee" bullet
\ S $ e
i A. C. CROON oltli ...1111.1 s, \ ...""-,.. boa ilullvered by
J. B. Te 1 BLIN.
... S I as a gentle reminder of rues"11110'cm. i, i.-iiHiol-H Alan that aaidl
For State Treasurer. Vote for One.
t ; M. D. that bloody .* .. IIMIII, I -l 1"" "u>'. ...,1 cleraa, and
Vote for One. Jno. Tracy. Jl $ I grout .
= in tart m.ks.-s- 'i *cry "ufe'.m..t. foeoinmltu.
b, ,+ri qw I W. V. KNO1T..t' For Justice of the Peaoe-First Dist W. A. Eubanks. I call priiuar . :' ,. ft
) . .
--- Vote for One.L. --- -- --- >vi tints) S lluit e..r i Ii.:fttu b.i a.i..-1.. J {l lnt

. For State Superintendent of Public A. MINX For County Committeeman, Sixth i I dcclct..II.y l the s ""'I"| ilLti C'..MiiinllleeKoctlon .
,, --- Instruction. District. THE, FRIEND OF
--- l .\II) iivrpKpti ilthlrltiic to become A
) WCU. HOLLOW A Y. For Supervisor of Registration.Vote Vote for One. THE PEOPLE. caudMalv for ali>' Ci.,urty ulniu, lucludlnBuicmlxri

W. N. SIIEATS. for One.J. J. B. Tumblin. TROPICAL i <>< the I'UUUin'. ,h.ll die hI. name "I':

W THOMPSON W.. VV. Wheeler. with th. rhalr. i" i 'n< the with the turn of

For Commissioner. of Agriculture. L. M. WU1DDEN. :_ MANUFACTURING \ Horn) ...!*..'.1 t<, the s iilli, P to>>' or on the Rid ;

+f Vote. for One. For County Committeeman Seventh | $ HIS irLATFOXUt.' day of A|.,.11. luxflection 1

:; :,.,. B., E. McTJIf. For Presidential Electors.; District. S The pay nf ID.I|MM.U. >n and clerks ;f:
: . Vote for">'Five. .. '- Vote for One. COMPANYa Tie fanning and laboring .hall be V.OU ,|>vr day earlwith. five cants r'
:. ,
' i '. For Railroad Commissioner W, Walker.. mileage each wajr fnr Inspectorudollv.riatbat. .
k men ifs tint consideration. S
::sA't. .. ' ', s s : ,II. P. Alley( : ", lot boxes anil rvluriueectlorid r
lVote'forOne.W1 :,_.. W. A. 1
: "
,, '( s } _J .""T. A. Jeoningi.;* ',:';',:l :'{ ':' loebuck'j j ..Jacksonville: Fla. WAGER ODe of the of slvrttoa
...... .. B'I.. MORGAN.; > ,.1 V' 1 o.J:: ":). " I.. .'' 1./ I GOOD FOB BONES'l'WORX. liiiproton . ;
." .J. C, B. Koonce. ( For County. 'Cominltteeinan Eighth muat dellverihe return to the chairman of I
. .
\ t For Adjutant-General. A. D. Newton. District ; the County Democratic! Kxeiultva Committee
Vote for One. by the lath nf )May. tee'
Vow for One. F. H. Stoneman.For LIBERAL PENSIONS. Liberal -
W.'J S. Carr. ri-tloii 7. A II a )li.u ","R"'r.ta who areqnalllUM

J. C. R. FOSTER. Delegates at Large, .National i School POLiCY. The Pri a. pre cull of HtMtc KiK'titlTe: ('C'omml

t I ALLEN THOMAS. Convention. For State Convention. I The Railroad Commission. tee >h.'il l>c .U.I. ) u\ rut' in raid primary.4mlon

mary. H I'oHn /oll'h.) ...
---- ---- - -- i, niin at e a
: kt For Vote for Four. Against Slate Convention.SMicrtflciol FOR SALE BY $ Hard Roads. Economical and i :b"M. ". I' n.. :"..vpt, I'riclnrt No. 1whvh ,
State Chemist. T. J. Appleyard.John I / hail. nicii| at '. a in .and rlone al atlB-
+' Vote for One $ Administration. Paymentof downSection. .
S. Beard.T. Offering: to the O. O. P. I y All v "ti-. iliall< lor) on orlttpo or
1'r+ R E. ROSE. the State Debts Rejru'atloii prliite lutlliil i n tat>S1 In (.oiilormlty' w huh the
la E. Bryan.W. Jacksonville April l .-The Florida Kissimmee Drug !!CO I tale( s,1.I -, ,,"!/ :a"_I'...i IHTO. j>r,,. tlcablen ,tr
? For Judge of the Circuit Court-Seventh J. Bryan.C. i i of Criminal Corporations and \\1.... i 11,at 1.1.. ml i.r,. nf the Oiceolsouutv
State Republican Central Committee < Otiutx'ratl< KfttHiitlvc Committee bcKilod
'tr Circuit. A. Carson.W. Trusts In all ,
irlinnrv lint iiiat the came of
nominated full
) today a State .
I I Vote for One.MINOR J. Hillmatr.A i the raudliUt. for
    lare f ticket as follows' : Klsslminee nn Tiny ticket' In the irctln t lu wlilnh ho r*.
    S. JONES. P. Jordan. Fla.4N11'NM'tsM111 ebb l .. S '0.
    3 ? For Governor M. B. M.:{'arlane; I IttttTtttttf"Tf't11'tlf"tytTTtTt't'tttftlllttttftt'ttfttttt Swlli.( ''I I That tlx. nlllru of SlliervlK|' O< t
    l Claude 'EII"Ie-< NNNtk. w-1tJ H-Klnlralln t>e |.I acid .n 'tho ii.'k.r1
    e tG For State Atorney-Ith Circuit. Secretary of State, John F. Horr; At.- u A t. 1III'AJII.t.N.o.loalrm.D.': :
    Cleon A. .
    Stephens.For Fred S. W J a i .ikK.
    Vote.foreOse. torney-General Cubberly: Kucrour

    5, CECIL- BUTT. DeIE'jlatatlonal! Convention Comptroller, J. L. Skipper; Treasurer ' t"'ti't't'" f'!' At an...tlnCnfth.Klliiim...-..lamieti Fis.! Harsh nammitteeo! Inth, 19O4.

    e' JOHN C. JOJfES. Second Congressional District. E. M. nreUford: Superintend. == NORTH KI88IMMEE. PHONE N. 8 :w:::: the [).-,.....-ratic Kx<.'utlvtiiiiiiintt..... tha fol'prtVnct -

    Vote for Two. ent of Public Instruction.. II .lowing lnspronrendClorkanf. els.ctlon. __

    For.toe Legislature... T. S. Andervon_ One all, Commissioner of Agriculture C. W. GRIFFIN : \ N... I I..e W. A lIar_.... '!t'Tr.
    . Vole for One. I | W..tth..rhy, ln.|K.-torH; Frank rariMworth.
    D. N. Batchelor.J. J. H. Rowley: Railroad Commissioner clwkPr.. .

    H.,C. STANFORD. E. T. Bowden. II. J. Ritchie Justice Suorjetne .."-lnt, No 2 -.J H Bnm'. .' -J. WATSON.. ; ;: 0 H trey, liwiVim'W. .; 1.. Mum-lny: elnrk. i
    : D L. Gaulden. Court six year term M. BJ Shep- Prwmt N i 1.1.. B \Voott-n.. lnxi...i-toni W. U.
    For County Judge. ard: short term, o. S.: Farr C. S. fancy Groceries .and. ; Htriokf: < y
    Fur Members at large, State Com- | family J
    I Note for Ope. mittee. Adams, E. P. Axl l. F. H. Wnrr-ii.:s'" h..I".r.tIt C Thonian.; A.-f limxton.J. I. 0.olttrk..._. ire

    W. R. JOHNSTON. Vote for Thirteen. P..III< N. *.-K A. 1..l'h..n..n.l." W. Me*. ,.
    -- From Bartow to Melbourne. II.., Nal Rauh. .ram. inspscte.r. 11. J. (, omner,
    J W Adams rlrrk It
    For Sheriff. Bartow, Fla., April 15.-Maj. FreUe FRESH: : :MEATS- PT'rwtNn( a-I Jiuni Ijini..r W B. Ooclcl"rkW" t
    Vote for One.y : WarrenJS Anderson : ". Hell lll<''M<<.tarn; J u: IH.fc.oeii
    t S anti a force have begun the survey fur -

    E. L. OVERSTREET. Gout ge L BahliN \ a railroad fur a railroad from here to w ?,r7l".rt.: ?)" -"k Walkt.r.Chaa. Campnirk -
    J. M. WALKER.For A Butch t .A Undwhlll. I lu.I"| "'ctor.; J. H. Walker,
    Melbourne. The line has already been Delivery every day, at any hour ; patronage solicited.- -=S .
    A C Blouut, Jr. ?.'".101' Nra. H.=John R. Bnnia. F. R Tup
    Clerk of Circuit Court. John M Urj'an. surveyed 'rom Melbourne to the Kla- :1111111111111111Jl1111111111il1111111111I11111111111111111 LULU IM'nrlCW J H Ulrr 1".1"'' '''.." ; <*. W. BoiS.AMwMini'iit b!

    Vote for One. simmee river, and the force that left h| E
    J D Clough.C of rnnilltiat for offlo wore
    .: E-D. UOOAN. here Monday into locate the line between 11x*.) Hi f"U.o'I..I"
    ) O /driiiKton Atlantic Coast Line !- HiMintor I,
    <' .E. I* LESLIE. E N Dimick here and the river. The work Railway company. Miinlnt. Unnmi Rsgsreamtatlvea $900 1H 00 rI f:

    -'-:-- -- of construction will begin In a short ('auntyJudgn, Js (O ?i/J/
    For County A.!sesdr of Taxes. H E I Dodd "' ....riff. . II) e
    \ time. The right-ofesy has I been secured TIME TABLE IN EFFECT JAN. 10TH. 1904 ('1.'rk 'f circuit' Court ? (0 S r..
    Vote for One. W W FarmarD 1'ak Ai... iKir jn QA
    the. greater part of the way. Tax Uolli",,tor .
    L FletcherH DEPARTURES dew
    I.. JVBtJGHEY.OVEKSTREKT.. I FROM KISSIMMEE. brow Hupt, Ptibllo Inntrurtlon W O9 +,II
    3. L. B GarcritG For Coesty Cojnaiiaaioacr Diftt. No.1. t'onnty Murvi-ror *-* 'fCouilly
    '-\ I hereby ..D......".... m?* f'l.;; .p For Tax Collector. P Uraley bounty ouirolsnloiiiir frtun .Ui .rlol >;o due N o. 32, 11.42 .., .. .. New .Vork Boston auj .11 Omnty III"..." ....C'oininlimlononi. Moo _
    of M hixil 1
    < Duard
    John A Hncderson god son It tile Miptxirl of the I> KIUM rntlco Euleril!: jKjIuU 1.0
    tl r' >Vote for One. the I'oiinlv Fri nary rnmliiliiK' If J..I1" Of Peace S ge ; .,
    ., W A Hooker: i'tl to 1o all in my power to aerve the besttukteeanftheenunlyandglreII For Orlandn 0 .. ('nn.tebl,. 1 00 .
    \Z.'W.; SASS.IT .tor<1. Jnck on111*. Wayrrun.
    \ au ec<>uoiu- ..
    J M Lamar \lil". Montgomery uldoiia, llirinlnirrV '
    ;N. BItATtON.a teal admluUtration No. :>""livl"... Atlanta CIall""o1' Kn.... Om-.r
    H W Lon H. C, PA RTIN. 4O 18 P. M. -. 1-\.l4u.vlllo'.ud.1I Mfntern || .. '
    I Tins; sun
    W..1J.'MAIClNSON'. H N MaihesU -- -- -- Revannsh < harle>ton- tI minFi.n. Rich) __ : .. I,r
    For Meaitwr School Illatrlct No. 1. ;
    fymrd muwl. tlasbtngton.| Baltimore rhlla::1 .
    For County Superintendent of Public U \1C<' aI'Y t hereby .LII"......" m :...lf a candidatt: a* a New York lk..lou and .all V\opium i>..11\10.lelp1rta, t'
    Instruction. Memberntthee.Iwxil B.ardIron. UUlrut No. V'V"I-IITE'S: a}
    r." Guy I MelcaK 1 d rfffpertfully solicit the my No. 21. for l kLlalmul. Plant Oily. Tampa.. Punta
    3.59 A M Uor-
    f.1t Vote for Oii.- W M Milton friends for the poetttun If : rxI.t''i':: : anil Ja and til lutertne.halu; tatlouiFor
    elected It wit1\ ho tor pleaiurv. to further the Cream Vermifuge
    .a" W.' Do! PITON. \\ M Milton, Jr. .eoJ..uou.II" our county In every No. l akvUnil. Plum. City ;
    9 4.29 P M Tampa I'linta borda -.
    ve.I. N,1vJ": ,"; K B Haulerson way pootflble. U and aUtiitTrinialnleitlaltoirnr .. ,
    I Very recperlfully.C .
    101 .
    .. J 'N. r. .SELForTIS., : 8111'01'0 John Q Smith E. KLIN.: 35 7.50 P M For Lakeland. Pant City and Tampa and" Port THE GUAR.l11ED r

    'vote 0IwI. N Whitoer. / Tsm a. es;t
    lot "
    .. Tracy. a2 and S!;
    car.y Pullman, IIlIp.l ,
    .IpPI'' ''* e root
    ;. tJj'. , For County-"Dre.. .surer.tS For County Member State CommIttee meehetthru Ynk <,1I1''' Irom J..I<...o..llIe to Wai-hlmjuju "Limugear. belaeenJMekWhrtlecudNew Tampa and, Jeney f toy day (it WORMREMEDY, a ti'

    Vote for One. C T'tloa No. le .and 11 '
    $ 4 .vote for One; J'A LANCASTER MADAME DEArlf I ..llIe. Punta Uords ted Jaek.onyllle carry 1'.lhll..n. Jaek.unvUle Parlor rare and.and Now nloriirni bctwoeu Tampa and Jackpnn-( -

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    I4.E. Train No. a "...Ie. Pullman
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