The Kissimmee Valley gazette

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The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Vans-Agnew & Harris
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Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )


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

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II", .," .' Ho!i", C.. A. 'Caritou Secures a Portion ,
GRAVES \, ,. of the national Appropriation I KANNER $ COMPANY

t-ortbe JKl*.lratne>e.River.

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. .. W. H. Caldwell. United. States == 'd
.. -.:- ustaiagt'eoglneerR. .in chartra of Ibis ::::: .
district, came up from Tampa: '00 1e /
Saturday, and in Company with Capt.. -:::: . ,

FOR J. P.. Sharp: of ,the United States ThoUest time to"boy' Fall la 'tike'' .
dredge KUalmmec, ireut down to Lake your Clothing now, while: ,=t ;

KlaBlmmee to In.pectl..t.he work: that. E ,fabric !and_ stylo i Assortments are complete and tttocks are fresh 3
the '.
dredge( has boou doing .there. ,
The dredge will leave on Tuesday from the hands of the, mnkers. Here you can 'see all the correct :

XMAS :GOODS.: CalooMahatche in: tow of the steamer river LUlie, for .the the E fashions> in, Men's ,:Autum, Suits' and,, Overcoats. made. of:the best'. '3

remembered snags from that that. this stream.same It trip will was be ww fabrics .and tailored In.the. highest doss-manner.g .l ,

attempted last. July but owing to the ', .N. 4
water hyacinths in the Klstlmme .
river just north of Lake Olceechobee, ::::::
Line could not get tbruugh. From lofor ::::: ..,
Our I Is the Largest Best -
', nation now In hi* hand Captain == oj
j Johnson of the Llllle believes that be -- .- '3
and Prettiest-ever lit KissimmeeAND can succeed in getting the : '
: ,dredge! .
lob roulCb.." If you want particularly, smart and stylish garments,' .moderate-'In price_ ,:I:
BE. son Through of tins the efforts of Senator Cr.' S= yet costly In appearance. come and-see. our large and handsome collection! of the ,
MAR.KEDL.O'W. place, ably a"l. ted: by w .
Florida'.SsoaWrs and ftepre eoatlves 1 1'
the War Department ,II.... .set aftde |= FAMOUS HIGH e :::I .

.. t5OOO in the of for Klsalmtnee the the C25.000 destruction,river.approprated of This hyacinths Iv apart i_ Standard d' GUaranteed.Tailor. Made.. Clothing ' ',] .

Congress hyacinths for In the Florida destruction stream of, water,and EE 4 These* 'garments will fit you as correctly as any "suit made to measure, I a '.
consequently becomes available. ,. at SEE andwe know from the experience of hundreds of pleased "t 3 .

I F r ORNiTU E I once.It will not be the purpose of Capt. = customers: that you will always wear them, after once. trying 'a .STANDARD'

Sharp, uDder whose charge thliwork w' GUARANTEED TAILOR: MADE SUIT or Overcoat Saok-Suits, for Fall.-put Z 'I'

will noxious come weed, to ,attempt but to dam to every destroy] creek the = .in' the ;Smartest Single and Pouble.Breasted< 'Styles, finished with care and atten-', _

ROCKERS and bayou leading into the river with Stion': .to every,detail I!fashion., ," The,; fabrics.,.are the, Worsteads; Cheviots ::1. ,:-.
piling driven about eight feet apart.., and Casimere i in handsome patterns and coloring. Something to suit every taste ;
and A log boom behind these i . :
:' Tbls will prevent large block* .of .
ALLKINDS.. hyacinths from floating out Into the :1 jw.
river after each freshet'and forming a : : '
1 jam, and the washing of the steamers i I .4 '
Book Cases, Sideboards, will keep that. ID the main river from '
forming a large enough caus .i
China .Closets. Dining an, trouble. I SHOES !' SHOES !! Hats and Haberdashers:,s
.This work .caohot be done.any to .
Chairs, Oak Suits, Iron soon as (U.would have been only a .

Beds, Bed Springs. short UtUwlnger time to before Okeechobee navigation would from have == When It comes to 'the"'Shoe question, Stetson In.'Black.and. Brown and the ::I

been a thing of the past, and even a* E we"have,nothing to ,say as our. -.customers( Voldbrook in Derbys: and Soft are on display ' ;:e'' f.
It t* now the hyacinth is causing i '
some trouble between here and. Uas- E know that we,!, .carry-the' finest kind for the_ in great variety* Ate a .fine line of', ,

FULL-. '. singer. __ E' lowest price.. We positively guarantee: our the 1 Banner Comp. Hats, less expense. We I' .

r Important MeetingDecember i2 '$3.50? : Patent Leather; not to .break' or ;have our.usual attractive line' of novelties,

J LINE.. ''E crack or wa'will with" pleasure.,return your etc. Neckwear Hosiery, .Shtrti. :and Un
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> -*. : m ney., derwearln"Fall. Patterns unsurpassed.'Wealso .

Railroad Commlaaioaer: Will. t>o> .. .. '. .
Here to Hear Argument a.1 to
'' the Necessity; Tor Broaarn:, =' carry'a complete lino"of Dry Goods, Dress poods. Skirts, '

RUGS'AND MATTING lug';the Oueaeof. the' "v" E- JVests. Jackets, Sweaters- -and .Ladles Novelties,:such.,a* Fancy .Collars =,

'. Midland 'Railroad. ==: Han'd .Bags, Illbbons"and Handkerchiefs:: v

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at' New; York Prices. To the Atlantic! .Coast. Line. Rallroac.$ L . .
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. --- You are hereby notified that there .. "
b 4ybM'N ,. will be a meeting .of the Railroad ., .

Commissioner at. Hotel Ksimmee| of the, Florida Bt..t.eof ,Florida on the /FALL AND WINTER GOODS : "" :

10th day of December, A. D. lUOo,. at > ; .: '. : :,..

; 10 o'clock A. M., to considerthe ".. " . I . ; '.' : J.. .: '_ "
application of"Matrons of the Florida " ..'" ' ''''- J.o': \"", 'J''II1.'I.'''' j\\
Midland Branch of the Atlaot'a.' CoastLine i
Railroad,. for ft standard gauge Largest ..: .t. : '
track: and better shipping facilities "

over the Florida Midland Branch of 1r rr< 1
the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad d

1 At this meeting .you." the Atlantic: ,LatestSuitesLowest7", { t
$1cT.M Coast Line Railroad Company> will ":

have an opportunity to be Uttard, and ,. .
to show cause. If any ' be have,. wby .' ; -. =" ...... ..""' ..........--............ .
Ibould'oot. made stand ,,
the tracks ::' '; Prices .' To --- ;; -., .. ,
and gauge and better shipping lHtlI 'f. ., /
furnished over the Florida Midland
branch of road.' '
Done and ordered by the Railroad . . .. .. _. ... .. . ... ......1 .. > .__ .-
C,jmmlssloners one State of FU rids, .1. I '. I
la session, at ,their. office in the city '. .. ._ .. ._." u.I -1'a..' tI
this. 5th --;- "-'- ---, --, -- -::;.
... Tallahassee Florida .day : ;;: ; :'T7--- "

-- of.December' A D., ItfOS. COMMISSIONS S /II'William' ,'.. .... ,s... *>..?. 1100 I I I to the Db..rcfaUO'. a. to.. tq-moro.. "- .'
Attest: J.. 1. MOUCJAN, COUNTY J H Walker ', -" ?.: ,.. 1"00 Tuesday.: ... 1ft '" j.
CHILDREN. R.C.DUNN, Actln Chairman.Secretary. B L Lesley Clerk and Auditor....'..,.(,. H 0* .
.THE -- ,.. "T eday Dec. It/19M./ 11-
'I.FOR p A Vaoi Aeue wtoouot7 attorney, : a4Ii ,
.. M Wad, jauluir....,, .,..1-., ..,,....,.. MM The'boird'reconvened': .: '
'. at J10
Full Report of the Regular Meeting V.lle' .: .1& toW > m.
Wet and Dry'Electioli.At . ; Campbell,bupt roof Farm,and car! all prevent Bonds of O..C. Peeler f"
WE HAVE A COMPLETE LINE OF .... .100/ and Will Ourley to carry ''firearm
the meeting of the Board of ,, held t.. 4.. 19057j. Oelephous.t. xMl > examined sod ,
.. _.. ., were approved.
> M Floyd War; BuppllM r 74
----Toysr Dolls .Do1J-.CtlrclllgeB.RockJJ1.StJtorse. .. : County Commissioners' held last Dan Brown Work Court Fuse (ene.*.>..? t DOT.ittlerClrW The application of J.i S. Stratton to. wk.
Vpetltlotf callingofTTWetand - ---- '- '--- '- --*e PI.P. F-B* ---.00 .
Monday, : Co _
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Bell a*retail llqaof ,wln s and :beera
.t .. Drums, Balls, Air Guns Express "Wagons.Big Dry election, was presented, by KlSISMMKE, FCA7-T: :>eO.;'. 905. A. II. roumalB Build. 8bed A "' .ler....... S4 00 in Klsslmmee Disl.''.No.,1.was-- ezamln* t
A F Bell foreman Par Boll Nor.ISJ& Ml 50
W. Jt Bear who, has been employed The Board of County Commissioner ,
!: Esq. W 4 O 0 Co for J M Henalll,Bid Way. bra tlA DOW ed, and he b..ynacomplied! the
to act In ..capacity. of attorney convened at 10 a. '' there' being 4 C GPO CO.:1lu..r..<......."i.".,. ,' w8anforrl law 'and no protect being"flied'oq
Line 'Qf"5 and lOc Toys. Chairman w. 0 O D W 0 Md.. Road ,.. 1 till"BII.n )
Butler (
" for Dry* present R. T. : oil reed reulea.......M",.....j., ,4t 14 motion of J..P." WUllaml.aeeoDdI by.
The petition was carefully examinedand W. IVey,' JI. S. Partln, .1.... F. Wil- Floyd .'.!.......;?"....' 274Unreo W. W. Ivey -the same was granted.'.
All Must Be sold. found to contain the reoulslte Hams, and J. U. Walker; Commislooers a Pbarmaov M.jloln.panper..,)..' ..1 2St "The suoervisor" of registration. r4r.turned .
, number of registered 'Yot.erl.and the ; P. AVans Count W Johr eon. pa.11 road work... ...,t 6710 the'petition. for'an election f'
\.'. .. election accordingly called, o be and W. it.: Anew D. C. W W Partln pay roll road. worfc..1. ,,,,;... II 1 1J 2e .
was Attorney B W.lker.1Oad work....:. >. .,.....,. 16 T* certifying that It contained more than
' htlflon the Urst.dayof. next February.This The minutes of the last regular. meet- Jaek 8nlil... pay roll road work.,:?,', ,,21 Ml one fourth ol the. registered voters(
until the J K Gilbert, 8r. com Trta, .............. K 78 '
will Rive the voter fog were read and.approved. 0 8. Aore Ro...t.Work ,., ',. 410 the. county and on motion. of:J.'.V,'
second Saturday In Janurarjr to pay 'The bids for furnishing food for the 1 "" 'h' William aeoooded by by W. W. Ivey
i The MostComplete' their poll taxes. and qualify a*' elector county mules were opened and examin C HWll.onRoadwort..4d.a.'e..975.; . ... .. following, order wa made to-wlt: .f

: . in this election. The registration I ed-Uogan and Floyd were the onlybidder Booth.Thom.Hayor.. pay roll raolat road.,work.......W4t'........., bT19Si 40 06i 'Whereas, a petition signed by more:
,' book; canot be opened according to I for furnishing the. food for Bank of Kim, Dt",.,on thane;:,one fourth of registered YOU. ,of
". law, and '' registered voter will be to W R Jonti. 3D.criminal ooaU....'..../... *JO to tbeBoard of Commissioner ,r
: Conoty >
,. f'
Line qualify.BetH. aaoka.,... ......... .,,. J M Walker ears ) ll.-.r..i.-.i.. .. . .:1..12'tQ.. In and laid
Cent 10ft pound .: .4187 1 M W.lker.erlmlual eoat< .* ,. -,,. 4 TO for county on the 4th day,,";
Palmer of Orlando; havebeers ... .. ... l69Hay ......
"* ; Data .p. J M W..k.r.ln..Iaa1.OMW.,4i. ;.C, 14 40 of December A,' D. 1905 asking for;:
I' retained to represent the Wets beat quality par 10O pounds.+ Lao: .
On motion of B. S. Partln seconded an election to decide whether the aale'
in legal matters that may come Which bid, o'n motion w. W. .
any of intoxicating: liquor wine or beer
W.- Wi"Ivey the chairman wa '
up in connection election and Ivey seconded by H. 8.: Partla wa shall be qrohlbtted'tterein'and the,:? '.
of. Mr. Palmer wa.. here at the meeting accepted, and the award,, made to authorized to pay. the Railroad fare Board finding that nosuoh'elegtloa.has .
of Walter Davis family of t.he.poor
, of the Board this week. A Floyd. .
been beta In said
The reports of the various county 'Farm to Baldwin and present the bill county wlthia't
the fast .11
K. of P. Elects Officers. officers examined, filed and order t.o this Board for payment.' After year
: were which the Board took a recess''.until / It 1* therefore ordered that an elect .!\
Christmas Crockery Ever The regular em'1'annual election of ed debited; the report of the county 2.30 p. m. . '" Ion be held in said county-of'psoeola; 1 i; ,
treasurer showed the fqllowl.n&! balanceon In the State of Florida the,'1st :
. officer of Friendship:: Lodge K. of P. . Board'recbnvend at 2.30 on : clay "
was held last Wednesday evening, electeJ the County band Revenuo..s, to-wlt: .... ....... I, MM 01 all The preMD".,The warrants. were signedup D. m. of February A.. D. Itt06' to* decide) j
whetherthesaleoflntoxioalint ,
A- following members being to .. ., ., { liquors
is aorina .
,Board.. Tbe'following;
: to Klsslitittiee.Don't preside over the destinies of the Lodge County and Hood Forfeiture.J..L. ,f.L: ..;-... I 10 >* In oven firearm, wines or beer shall prohibited laf ,
Brought .
bonds for'.carrying were I
: : for the next six month: A..S. Gil lobool Fund..r..e a51 vl and; aid County. '" of Oeoeola. It i is also';: .-
ber..c" C. W. Dann V. C.:. H, 8.boot Sub-D1.t.. No. 1.\.1.,........ 88 nechoolsubme examined: approved and .license ordered that the'clerk: of said Board X .

".:. fall to see our' line. of Fancy' Silver Pieces Vases. .Cups andSaucers'Cake P. .Jackson C.r,.r., jA.uE.;: !IODoa-antJC.. No.No. 't.a..a.,.r..t....,."...t, 1M,. .s.BehoolSnbiMe6 .> Bus Issued, to-wlt.: Walter Goblet Bas,and 8r.L.U.gull, Tr give at least thirty day not.1ceof. "{
Salad Pishes, Ete.. W. No. ...., ....., 4 9.BernierSebod .W.i W. aid electionby' publishing sam fIn J
f- and Water Sets, of R... 8., Mai Lamb. MOl 4..t. >! ..
Plates Berry ..... Butler. i .
J. R. Gilbert,Jr.,, A, J. Z, N .,:IS..t-I. W :i one news paper la .&Cb..d every/ *:.
: ';They are"'all beautlis.r1 .: :.. M.' of K.' W-'Hi Town* Yakto..totalofivirJr..:.;;;:4 I2S03 17 ,Hon'W. J. Semi; appeared'before town in ...County. and if none;, ,j.,
<,,0..',.BPfWoodall.0.'O.jW be died certificate the 'Board and presented a petition then by posting no at. fees ten written ,i-'. ;
For which amount
-I J. Sear and B.* ,C.Miller, ,. Keoresentatlve Klsslnamee. pr.'lolfba' the Board call an election notice' of said election: in the. moss>f..
f. State Bank
. .be Sold:" Regardless t *." .. ., '... .of The deposit'paid! of and cancelled warrant to decide whether or not liquor, wine public, place:In ;,said county one"of.r"
Every tiling Must ; . board. and beer be sold lnOoaola County which hall oa at tha eourV-house' -I' :.'
MOTIVE.' : wer6 destroyed by fire in open and'referrerito t
which petition warbled B,,O.Lewi*A,CoT. n* ' be : Owing to"the scarcity :d! wood and The following bill* were' examined. It M,. Whtddon Snpr.' ,,
: : : to car- j convict! Ibis amounting to'18.'lO for
Cost. Nothing and ordered paid towltitTBnnar.
t.i ; .pi . . ,. i th* distance wood to will haul be"L7&.a'stran,.hereafter .split. .Co.Com.aj a.._.'.....\.'..... ..t 09 there ration l*:to.a sufficient ascertain Dumbet' 9f.ReJrk\; J\No"v 1005.;.\which'; wa*,Honud;.t'oHr,to', .
\'.,t... xied V.. I I'I I I'f ' O..'B.,.WOOD.4LL. w w Parua 1v.y.a.,. .--t- '..t. _../.',......('.. I c atla 00er' ed voters. signing. the same- -,-.- }r tiu1aiw3-toet.1prefuod:. jwtL. ,_" :.
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image of symmetry' and gracel pro DIE
r cecded with hlsXbantcr and coon to 1I

their mutual surprise tt they were conversing I

-- L AJ3&TTER .:. os familiarly as If they had Entombed. Under Tone of Earth by I Florida Mate 1ews:

friends for
been years. Ga.
Frightful Explosion ,
The aunt, who\ admired 'the gentleman I

: and had an unbounded confidence.In hi,Coal ,Pit.

her niece, listened but did not follow '""
o MILLIONS their talk too closely. She was Eighteen miners" loot their lives la Conflagration In Arcadia. f' Filipinos Subjects of Suit '

soon startled Into attention, however! an explosion late Friday night in the Practically the entire business portion Dr. T. K. Hunt, who -brought *"

,., 1 not by what they said, but by the sud of the town of Arcadia was destroyed colony of .Igorrotes from the p ist

L. 1 'fl Ti : den silence which, had'fallen bctwwb' Diamond Coal and Coke company'smine by flro the past wee!:._ Bothtelegraph" 4 i pines for exhibition at the BC'Ltt

.them, and looking up she saw that her lea i .at. Dla.ond.llle, Wye.- It- and, telephone communication end Portland expositions. Ihstltul

I By Aim Katluuine( 1 Green,* .!.f."Tb." Kta W., novae niece anxious to show'' a book or picture Is believed that all 'the men who perished was cut off for some time the habeas corpus proceedings .In the c
In Illustration of 'Wbat'.he bad' '
*".,..'1'...._ .Y ...CUT NNe"'t ..... were Instantly killed Western Union telegraph! companyand cult court at Tampa to obtain'
.. been saying bad risen and was lumping!
: telephone'.company offices session of eighteen Igorrotes '
Peninsula 'w
-- across the room. The sight seemed to The theory' advanced by the miners '
on exhibition at the
CHAPTER 1.Continued. tentuieut honest as It' vu. was destined affect the gentleman strangely, for atthll' la' that ,a "blow-out" shot caused the being b.rI1e.d. recent ttafc
business house in town ex fair Dr. Jiunt has a concession*'
to be sharply Interrupted by the indisputable token of deformity
| disastrous explosion! which wrecked
frpm the Insular '
? started and then shoved so cept three brick buildings tbe King1 government and Iir
his hand events of a certain day She had been lie at first '
took It In
Turning tbe mine. The shock of'theexplosoawas under bond to
4 | return
blocks destroyed. r themen to tlf
discomfiture that the aunt and $ward were
looked at It closely and grew more ab to school and was In one of? her Jiap [much grew "
stracted. f pleat moods,when, upon returning to instantly angry, This, feeling which felt all over the, town rocking ,Among those burned were the buildings . Philippine Islands which' he now desires

"?ou .see the Initial, are the came," her home she found In its pretty parlor was perhaps natural 'one who knew buildings so violently that their'occu of the De, Eoto County News to do. The deputy) sub-conce
She ventured and was going to say a fine looking gentleman of superior the young lady's \"Irtuefal not destined pant: ran out into the"open." ". and &the Arcadia Champion newspn-' slonalro refused' to deliver the Igor:

i more bat be suddenly woke, to'her manner, He was 'a stranger to her, to pass away very' soon. For, It Wi.I, Saturday afternoon before1tho pore;; J. W. .'Craig; livery WC, rotes and the court proceedings rsuited.

presence and putting bis finger on his but something/ In Ills look made her when'' her niece faced the stranger with Hooker livery; C.' S. Carlton. saddles, Court, Commissioner Lan

jt lip remarked: feel at case:In his presence and took the book she had brought he was- so 'first rescue -parties entered thefacie and harness; 8. Carlton, dry goods; more awarded them to'Dr. Hunt Thi,
the embarrassment which she changed front his former self that be is 'probably the first '
"Better not speak the name my dear away Simmons & -LangfoVd bankers; Par. appea ana o
..N' felt Under the of those scarWly noticed' what she showed the Igorrotes In 'an American
4 t young lady. 'You remember that you usually gaze The explosion occurred 1,100 feet underground ker's grocery barbershop coon
store Bryan's
'laid, yourself, a. while\ ago. 'no she met! for the first time. 'She there- him; but hurriedly took out his watch of Justice., They seemed oblivious o,:
with the he bad an Impor- and at least 8,000 feet from ; U L. 'Morgan's harware; Kranit'
names? And smiling in his fatherly Tore advanced with a'smile. baiting so ft'lllarktbat tile proce'edlDgl. but when asH''

way be put the 'lIle i In Us pocket together little that he evidently did "not notice I. .lout'engagement end should have .to' the .mouth of the ,shaft Hays, general merchandise; L. liar, through an Interpretator It they wish

with .the note be' had already that she was lame, for his face lightedup I go. This change coming' quickly ley tailor; F Marquis, harness; S. "cd'' to return home all emphatically

..conflscajted.\ and making, her a low bow with that look admiration which after an Interest an marked as l It was JAMISON. CASE AGAIN. J, Simmons! dry goods; ]...--X.,_Bryant declared In the affirmative; with mastdemonslratlons

remarked kindly: a woman never mistakes as he swirl: : respectful l. utruilc the young; girl most' fruits; J, M. Lanier, cottrecuoncr ot-Joe, *

? "That Is all I have to ask of you to- I "1. have a letter of Introduction to painfully, and rhc blushed deeply as Judge Speer Orders Negro Out of Custody . ; Gore & Scott, general merchandise

'day. Accept my thanks and believe you from a friend whose name 70U.will she returned ilils- bow But she eon-, of CountyAuthorities, Main's market The total' loss ,I
e due 'at once recognize." trlved to say that she hoped to see him: ; With' the exception of the heaiini
that In all I 'do I will act :.with : Claiming'thut he has exhausted ev Is estimated: at $250,000.:! ( '
consideration tor your welfare." And he handed her a short note writ. again, _even though she bail beenobliged of the quo warranto' proceedings la
remedy in the state 'courts to secure
<;; She felt hers lf dismissed and weo. ten by one of her most trusted asso to refuse the request he had 'ery I I relying the constitutionality of u

Though haughty: In her manner toward cia tel. '. urged; To which be replied by. a hasty"I : his liberty from Bibb county Now Railway Is. Assured. 1 BucKuian bill the past week no matter

her Inferior abe felt subdued by "Will that suffice to make ;fay pres' hardly think I shall be able to come OeorgU.. chalnganR Henry Jamison, .Acccr lIng to >a Fkrnandlna: news, of special! Intel e'st has come up si

this roan and showed It. When the once welcome, even If I should bore again" Instantly covered by the more the' negro prisoner, made famous by: 1tuyt i,. the\ new raHroad appears to. bean lately The decision
Tallahassee o:
w door bad dosed-upon her ')Jr. Gryce you with a personal question or two?" polite remark: "I shall do myself! the his. fight on the Macon recorder a established> fact especially !jO the Court Is awaited
anxiously by th
stood shaking his.head for a moment Bore her! It did not seem as If becould honor <..rlalul,.." After, which he. court? applied for and -received from since Mr. Drew and the surveying shouldds
then quickly crossing the floor he ever bore her She smiled and backed out of, the room and )house! with Judge 'al>>eer. another .writ of habeas entire state. If the court ,
f corps of the Florida railway are nowcamped
.s threw open a door communicating two[ exquisite dimples came Into view nn assumption of cordialitywhich, not corpus, and In consequence discards cue that- the act is at; variance with
Drew and
O'Neill. Mr.
with the adjoining room. Miss Had- The sight appeared to Increase- blll(Admiration "being real left only-the most unpleas- the stripes and\ shackles of the Bibb the constitution, the governor wit

den stood before him. lie took a seat somewhat recollections behind it, What hadIt gang; for the custody of the United M{. Ellis, chief engineer purchased'a' probably have; to call an extra '..I

\ --nu heard?"Jic asked. nearer her side. all meant? They never knew for States' msr hal. quantity of supplies to be sent out' 1110"0of the legislature, to pass some

4 She bowed silently. "Miss Rogers" he began, "I hare lie never came again nor did they ever An order was served on Superintendent to that point A gang of laborers law upon the matter of the stete'i

t "That Is all, then". continued he. come upon an important erra d. I am have an opportunity to obtain any explanation Wimbish at Macon Saturday also arrived at KJ'Nelll from Live higher educational institutions at i

"You. she Is more ignorant than looking In behalf -of a friend for .a from the friend who had afternoon requiring him to turn Jam- : Oak clearing ahead over the route decision against the Duckiuan las,

"vicious, and more' foolish than either. young person suitably qualified to take given him his letter of Introduction loon over to the United States au ,from Ferna'ndlna back to Live Oak. will put, the atolle-hcl: IIJ.tltuUOD'Again

''I do not think she will. ever attempt 10 charge and teach two motherless for this person had sailed for Europe'on thorities. The petition was presentedto It is expected the company will begin -Into *Islence...but without at
t another escapade" children. I know you have a home=" or about this time and bad not :yet re- construction In January.Brunswick. appropriation
Akerman for their maintenance
Judgft Speer by Attorneys
f And bowing low be left tbe lady and she had raised due band.ln mute deprecation turned. The letter, signed by this and alleged that Oa,, appreciating the f,
In a few Instants later the bouse. -"but1 the offer which I pm friend and containing the name of & Akerman they ," -
On tbe stoop be paused for a moment ready to make you la one so generous their strange visitor was all that remained when Jamison had-flleil his bill of exceptions monlod value railroad to community from an I' Information has been received 'It

Taking the cigarette case from that I scarcely think you will hesitate to prove that the affair had to Judge Felton's ruling; sending additional Is trying pretty I I' Tampa that J. S.: Ellison editor

his pocket be /gave It another. long and after bearing all Its particulars. A not been a perplexing dream. the negro back to the gang without hard to turn tha attention of, the i I, of the United States Tobacco Journal

troubled look. journey to Europe-" __, The next fact that engaged the detec bond, hehad exhausted every rem Drew enterprise toward''her quarter"' who was recently -arrested on i

;i -- "Well" be cried ns he thrust It back Her face lighted up. tive's attention was a more serious edy tn the state court and was now but It Is not likely talypte 'any i! charge pf ..libel In publishing In bk

#d4 again In his pocket. "I am seventy odd "A nursery maid under you; consideration one. In the room of the girl who had being illegally deprived of his liberty. further thanlocal circles. The paper unjust criticisms on the cus

,. and have seen more strange things kindness and lore from the perished In the alley had been found a Just whether or not- Jamison will Drew railroad i Is going Into Fernan- :i tom house .officials ot Tampa. ha

than I am days old, and :yet I am. capable children's aunt with'whom you are expected box of bonbons o{ a make and quality be discharged from custody by Judge dlna, and thus the matter. seems to' Died 'suit
a against Hugh C. Mao
of feeling a surprise." to travel, and lastly money ;. so superior to what are usually Indulged Speer will be determined at the hearing be disposed of. !
J Farlane of and In
t And he hastened with all speed to enough-*' { In by tb"ii daughters of toll that which Is ordered take place In Tampa It he asks
the Police IIeadquarters.r' "Please! The small hand went up attenticn wasat once attracted to Yaldosta on December 11. for $10.00O damages, alleging that hit
The first solid carload of lettuce
.' again. "I think I bad rather not hear. them. The physician especially who The petition alleged that Jamison I arrest was without Just or reasonable
CHAPTER XI. I have wanted change I have wanted had conducted the autopsy over* the wa". 'to be shipped from Alacbua county, cause, and his good name baa suffered

a ]MISS BOOEB8, OF' HEW: .YORK. travel I need money/mad I adore children 'poor girl's remains had shown the I without rearrented authority by or the warrant Macon, police before and possibly the state for the season, | to the atno nt named thereby

JIadden's but I have invalid mother: greatest interest In It. finally carryngit -, went forward''from Gainesville over MacFarlane Is the attorney who went
On returning from Miss the mandate of the United States
and I cannot leave her even to procure home and subjecting the sweets to the Seaboard Air Line one day too I beforo 'District Attorney Jerome oJ
'school Mr. Gryce; found the Inspector court filed and for that he
the added means her' almost helpless a test that effectually proved the presence -I was reason past week. The consignment was New York-and Instituted 'the proceedIngs
4 immersed in business,,mainly,connected .
Should not have been -
_ with thus' affair Some new*facts condition demands. Let us talk of of poison In theni. Thls discovery by -tho Armour Car: Line, via sea.| which resulted in the arrest o::
the order returning Jamison, from
had come to light and from the mass something else for there Is no use In altered the 'whole character the affair bonrd Air Line and comprised three Ulllson. i

Of Information which was now his the talking of this She.would die withoutmy and eventually affected the verdict the chalngang Judge Speer says thst hundred and eighty-four baskets of .
w; goodnight kiss.. For the poison there found wasa the negro Is without remedy In the tueM"'W" ever ---
Inspector was culling the most Impor- &a-a 'grown in
Tampa's great fair closed In
It was not the girl herself who told subtle one,capable of produclng-tho! stat.ouetrte denled-thw-anetent! ( and "f
taut Items Something which be bad the state. was consigned to
Lifngreatly this story though she corroborates It very effects noticed In the young girl constitutional right -of bail and Is actually blaze of glory and it Is admitted t feverybody
come across 'appeared to astonish I In Its general details. It was an aunt She had.'therefore without doubt died undergoing an alleged Illegal New York and was made up from the : 'who attended it that the

for h* looked both nervous from and the who farms of tbe (]aJnelvl ROCky state fair of 1905 was b far the
who sat, during; the whole interview poison, person gave sentence, bowers ,
and agitated. He.waa glad to lee Mr.
i, t Gryce; and as soon as that person was In the adjoining room. 'seemingly at her these sweetssecs open to the Judge Speer, to prevent the Macon Point sections. .The state best Florida has ever 'bad. There

seated; hastened to observe: ,work but in reality- giving full attention charge of murder. police jofthe' Bibb county officials that the crop this season of lettuce, has rot been an,accident of any mar

"This plot Is assuming great propor- to all that pasted before her.. It Feeling tbat the.'affair. was becoming : from'''B&atn- Interfering with Jamison peas Bud,beane. while not so large as nltudo,' or any unpleasant incidents

,,' Uon. Gryce. Another girl by tbe name wilt therefore' be understood that Igive somewhat oppressive. Sir. Gryce orderthat in case any* official, state '. Tact year, will be\ far.iBuper.ior in quality to mar it. and It-has looked. thona*

of Rogers has been' tound who.knows\: the auuf opinion when I say that turned to the consideration o( the'.ect1Ic1 nr county arrests or seizes Jamison 'aod>o f....have demonstrated bet* tho -, Almighty.'had: provided ..t', ..naehtnyrparled'of

:'ithe man of the p.a,, eyes and black this young girl .neter looked sweeteror group of fact given. to him by the that such official' shall be taken Into ; ter tarrying qualities,' The growers this loeUon ''for tile

mustache, but I.cannot think It la the I' more-engaging thaw she? did when Inspector rllitherto attention had been the aril anticipating'-'good: l'etutoa'.trom;
,: custody by: United States marshaland I ..,. eeeciahbeneft 'of the thousands'
uttering t ieselast few words The given solely to such girls as bad been
same person 'who was aeen banging I arraigned before the :'federal i all shipments. : visitors ,'Not
gentleman showed that he appreciated proven to be victims ot the plot., put a rainy daywas erperieneed
i '
''about the other girls, for she told me -
his "' "> ',', her charms for his eyes kindled and the time had now come for a study court i ard nearly every day ww
""I name- Mr. his manner became eager."I ,. Into thfe characters, and action. of City Attorney Wimberly will appearat A few-days ago. Lieutenant ColonelJ. crisp: and, cool. .
beg pardonInterrupted, Valdosta when: Is heard I' B. Quinn and Major F. R. Shunk,
Gryce. "but It this?" bare heard the most flattering remarks those who, :from their manner of life the{ case
was tile-circumstances them and will fight It out for the city. He United. Stat... engineers, supervising
Sand or surrounding
concerning goodness ,
.lie showed the cart which:be hac. <)-Griffls and Acker Williams.
pit brought from hi. late Interview. The devotion to your mother he warmly gave evidence of being sufficiently depraved said It wax his opinion that! Judge I the construction'of the new ship channel younwhlte men were given a pre

, -- '" Inspector one look,'stared at Mr.' observedr"ThatrUTonef reaToiTwTiy"! to maker1t-excusable in tae\po- Speer.jvouldbeat* _the case JrnmedJat from the Miami docks:: to the sea, Itmlnary hearing Starke the. put
Gryce and remained silent Evidently: have come to yon upon this .especial lice to search among them fdr'the par ly and give decision remanding I weretnfl1t1rdeU&1rted-wtt1H work wee tw'berorro" JcIlrDekte; 'etl eherge

s '' .be found it difficult to believe the. evl- errand. I am glad to be assured that ticular Jenny Roger, In .whose behalf Jamison back to- the chalngang. of the dredges and the character of of cattle 'stealing. It being alleged that
r Informant understated the truth this conspiracy had been formed..
my the work
deuce of his own eyes. completed. From all that they stole nineteen head of cattle
"I know, that It veenis' unaccounta rather than exaggerated: It. It I only A list pf such girls lay before him DONT WANT LIFE SENTENCE.Ka'wllngs could be gathered from their .conversation of Morgan .Redding.drove them to

ble." observed the, detective "but is possessed the right I should say: ""The together with inch data as served to .. It'Is believed that the work Jacksonville and sold them there.
blessing of God falls the the Individualize them and show why they
upon true
that Prefers
the !
name of
His will not be only completed a* "first laid
pure and the virtuous and promise to had been retarded with doubt.. In They were held In $1,000 bond eachto
"It II.
Sons Milton and J..... out, but that there other
are improvements'
were the next term of circuit court.
r4 Mr. Gryce put the card back Into bis grant you all your wishes even to the number they three and In cir
pocket drummed a'restless' tattoo on satisfaction of your wildest dreams." cumlt 'oce. differed as much as their J. G. nawlings, sentenced with two to be made. 'The contract Sambo Qrlffls was also'held for run

'm4 \'the table before him. ndt.for a mo- "Yon are estr: tarcnt. You d6 not possible victims had 'done. One was a son,. .Milton and Jesse tahacg at now in fore? Is the comp'etlon of an ning a "blind tiger" making his toltal '

,mint lookedas :,perplexed aa-th.. Inspector. realize all that this means to a.yokinggirt fashionable belle, veiling her wickedness Valdosta, ; Ga., en January 8 for ,he 18-foot channel: l,' 100 feet wide from bond 1800. The parties are la
? behind show and the sea to the Peninsular Jail in default- of
Then his brow' cleared. Once a of luxury superficial and Occidental bonds. i
t murder of the Carter'cblldren *
.a fact was, esjabllshed he accepted It. "Perhaps not hut It would amuse me glitter; another,'clairvoyant, de- docks'in Biscayne Bay 'j j

1', "Then that matter li settled. be to find out What la the first thing suspected of very shady operations, clares'h prefers the execution of his According 'to returns from a majority

\.grlmly declared. ... ."We bare. ,found ourinaA" you would: ask for f/-:: .._._ .... but never- convicted- of IUQ'thInC''Wol'le boys to the commutation( of"their sen, The Miami ,telephone company has'secured of, _all_ the precinct*.Jt iaerIdent -
r" "- "-- -- '
She laughed ahe dimpled she lookedlovely than deceiving the weak pad trusting lases toTllfo imprisonment i : a loan of $12,500 'from JamesR. that'Marlon remains -in the wet

The Inspector frowned ones whoconsulted her wisdom and re- When be made this statement, Milton Anthony of West Palm Beach and column l the prohibitionists being defeated

.' "I, can hardly believe It," said be. "What sortof play Is thl"T" she lied upon her skill; the third a :well. ., who occupies a.cell wfth..hl. father E. C. Romfh of Miami. The moneyis by from three hundred to three

1*''There must be some mistake." cried: "Tell my wishes, and to a stranger known adventures, whose beauty and promptly, spoke up and -_lei ha to be used In extending ihe lino hundred and fifty majority. Stirring

'-5t does not look like It." was the ? 0 no: not even If fie.were. the whose means were both on the wane did not prefer death but wanted the from Miami to West scenes
Palm Beach were enacted In the Ocala
firm rejoinder. "This li tbe name of wizard be, would, have to be to grant 'and.w1l0. of thee three Mr Oryee at governor to commute his. sentence so ,
of precinct the takIng -
to be the woman he was sixty-six: miles. This will women of- the city
the gentleman mixed In the affairs them.. a
.' ? up smiled. In sear of. that Jn Ume hecould establish the be a great convenience to the citizens possession of the court house ear"
tbe The
o lady Miss gentleman
belonging to
Hadden's school. "I am a wizard" be declared. "Test His reasons for this were simple. innocence of both' himself and Jessa,, of both places. It is rumored that ridors, singing Bongs, serving lunches

l "I regret to hear it" me and see." The woman to whom the promise bad an well as Leonard.TO hitter the Miami 'telephone' company and pleading for 'votes for the .dry

,"And his.desevlptlona like that of tbe -"Really r' .' beenmade that In'a month there will extend their lines to Jackson side. The vote In the Ocala precinctwas whom you allude tallies exactly : "ReaU,.-." "'I'!*" should not be another of her name left PAY' CUBAN VETS. ville. Since the Miami telephone ninety-four majority wet. Of,'tbs

;f with the appearance ot .the gentleman "You tempt me," the cried. In town was walking at that time In .I t i company purchased the ranohlse they nineteen precincts in the county reported

} who bears this name." He continued to smile but said,noth a well lighted street at. IL, very late President Palma have rebuilt the entire lines, and are only three are'dry. ;|
hour. Now the fashionable belle alluded Order. $19,000,
"A most unfortunate fact ing. ,
now giving the citizens of Miami :i
{ ?l with but "Shall ask for in to never walked. .She boasted Be Clcburied.: as
agree .you we cannot something. she did good service aa any city In tbe state A convention of prominent railroadmen *
that the pavement not know the
s shirk the truth." Then as the Inspector quired. ; President Palma of Cuba has Issued will be held in Tampa January
touch of her feet did
i made noreply he inquired: "Any "I entreat 70Uo""Very ; consequently a decree ordering that the
payment of daysThis
IS 1908. to be In session several
* 'not believe that she would have been! I ,
points to give me, IlrT' well and her face grew suddenly the revolutionary
L demure its ." led to tread the streets so late with vetoriiria should be The salvage of the wrecked Portuguese January .convention of railroaders
,> Tbe Inspector nodded, and came at In mock gravity.: 1I gin December The bonds -
FA once, to business but ,riot with his usual want the world." any companion or op, any pretext what, I sued to the veterans are i Ise bark Glama, has been decided will bo held In the Tampa Bay

good grace. Even: an old official like ."To-day" he asked.: ever.. The clairvoyant was a.different and these will by Judge Locke of the'' United Stales hotel. :fl,

"i him has some confidence left In human ""Oh, :yes, today I am not used to. sort .being. You could as little Imagine -. be taken -up In auch quantities as court He awarded. to the wreckers i {

see .. her riding as the other walking. congress may direct The treasury already $7.600.( The bark In at W11'
nature. which.he finds..It hare to waiting. was a to 1'wrec\( the trial Miami of W. F.
destroyed.: He lali<
A half hour later Wr.iGryx-e: sat in shook hi...head. ones who would: ai boon giveaway pay the entire balance due the sol were laved by the schooners of the aaoola, a verdict of murder in"tn*
+ his ."It Is too much. I'fear her soul as discuss any plan she fliers, which amounts to $19 harbor.
own especialXornerr turning over I ODOOO. !I She was lost on Marquise firs degree with recommendation ,;for
> ': "; facts. She Interrupted him with had formed In the public street Theadventuress and has $6,000,00 to
the new JusO leaned from the, a mocking spare for cur shoal months ago the, crew being mercy was tendered. It.was an' interesting
on the contrary was Impetuous ,
v ,,Inspector: '>< pout. not. out of keeping with her arch rent needs. : saved. ' '
.They cars .be'grouped! under''' two and Innocent face. and.'It as wicked al',tbe others trialPresident if|

w r r beads:. ."Do not fear".,sbe,crlecL.. "Health, I was neither aa fastidious, nor at FOR DRAWING' TWO SALARIES The John'' ti
wise! Stetson University
w First, those reterrln to the victims freedom and wealth wW satisfy me. I Harvle Jordan of the Set

of.tbe conspiracy.and. secondly those Health for my mother and"-a shadow To be continued. Julius Stomfleld-Loses His P"ce; football team baa von tbe football Island 'Cotton Association addressed

referring to Its agents. We will con- fell over her mirthfulness"and. for. l'A aa championship of the state of Florida.
... 'IIt. Assistant Attorney Its team large meeting; pt growers in
wider the first group first.i myself. .... .. -. f'' : played an Intercollegiate .

..' 'Another' :.Jenny Itogers' had been ,He started!. 'A.Wltchlta fisherman 'Is (in deep-dls- ,JuUns, .''sternfield. special. .'..assistant_ _. schedule,.Also the strong Jacksonville City, the .,past/w.ek,' .when Colnmbl, ..

found; thJ we already. know. She was TAre you not well?" he asked.;; J Ji 'grace with daughters.. He was Invited United States ,attorney for- the l rnid'dW team,, and wf .tot scored''on la .;IIn-; county,'farmers organized'witd! ?, p

"schoolteacher; living with her par. "ph..ires/;' she.answered,with a Hidden out to luncheon a few days ago I district?of Alabama ftl. gamer TheIStetsonbaseball' te.m' ttcaily. every farm ,represented..

s "enta in a neat: "'home south 'of Four. clearing up'of her countenance ."!1 and mistook piece of macaroni on bis! has been removed .- ,last spring*won thebesebail;championship fjchety reports 'seven out of

w.'teenth'streepL) Toting,,prettjvbnt'wltli; was"only;tbInkIng"--an4-sbe stopped plate. for: an'angle worm.' -Kansarcujr. I I on the charge r>,f receiving,' and" epproprlsUag ,-winning'15'out-of"18-game*. fourteen rotary "counties' 1'"the'1Ita"te" wh

a-declde411pIlYllcal defect that affected She never alluded to her In rmlt-.'. .ta r. '" ; to" his own ,use salaries played,Editor .George, W.r Wilson' ajBlandcotten.JorKanl<
her 'she weDt'her bumble round' of lie did not appear to notice the deep' the,The Florida grow seat! .
i gait, us .regular,assistant United States Times-Union! has presented that the' 'r'emalmog'eouatleelIn Ogla
at- :
.duties! with;cheerful "a'I Y."JookhiC meaulug, In all ''this. Her, face was The median ace of the wblte pop'nla->> 1 : the ,champions with a trophy organiseda
It fresh her andas lion the year 2S.4 tansy., which' nap J bean l'e t""him ',- and Florida- will. ,be,,
,' .. ."'4 ( ; more than .her own exei ; manner sparkling, in last census was ,cup. '/ '
-- "'.,'EEena'could; brine';Jtu.. But' this'.con-..I lone as she sat aWl, her' form was tile't'tt1 and of :the, colored- 19.7. ;1 -,. through misrepresentation" t ahort me. "

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FROM Minister to Cuba Forced Op ortunm.s.l.iI: :California : : ::

**'* *-. >-v *." ., r ., r '
.to.J Resign- .:: -.. ,.. ,,'- *-_ '
Sicfc :Headache: :..... '''I''
t t. The trade in the Orient i is opening : ..

'., '-, ...." OBIECTIONABLE'TOPALMA up.. . .... ;M ;
SHOULD USE*' Our e : and China M :'
exports Japan ;; : multiplied! : ,
1'' *
J. ;
., during the last year '
; : : t
Mad as to. His "
Attitude'In' the' Isle of There, will soon be a ,tremendous 'increase in. ." t.

( l 4 Pine 8cMlen the; trade of the Pacific. Coast'', cities 'with the' Far. "

Movement." .. , .....: ,'. .
; i.ast1F: '
: ., "

: A A Washington just special says: Edward ".r: : ": Big .opportunities for the m nY.!ho. ? lives there ,',; I, -,

y. Morgan, relieved! from his port ,

,F; For Permanent :Relief I .a American minister& at Seoul, Korea. .' Why not look the field over? . ,'. . . .

, ,,1'7 of the establishment of' '. . .
, reason. aJapanees '
Only $62.50 Chicago to 'San Francisco Los
11&010 acte 41rect1 on the Unto it will ours tOSTIPAIs protectorate there has beesappointed . or :. : .
110M". D1'SPD'S1A", rtLAEIA,, AID ,C8ILL3. I. ent1rel free I '
and "
J'OI .
If from all Ljolaonoua mineral w b Uiv ";. and, Is composed solely oft ,, minister to Havana to sue Angeles return" May i .2, 3, 9, I', I2, 13, ,

+ 'U oonsUtutlons LIF_mICa: stnnAthens HUBS. the Espeolallr weakened adapted glands for and weak organs and; It checks weary ceed Herbert' ft. Squlers, whose' res- 29 30, si June August,6, 7, 8, 9, io; '11.. 12, 1'3' ,, 1': +
of i all derangements of the human body' 1.legation, has been received l and aocepte '

Mrs: ".... Cameron Centrmlla Aftu | For' a long Ume past .the relations -" 'Rate for a double berth in a comfortable tour- "
Texas write.: OIl 5nhI1ERB1Niglve.megtiIet' between Mr,, 6
'y women r relief and wbo tab suffer p1 'from.nre sick in recommendinf headache." ;it" to all., government has"not been thoroughly .ist-sleeper rom Chicago to San :Francisco, Los J

Satisfactory to the!. state department, : Santa Barbara and other Ain
WTTHN THE REACH Or.AUU Angeles, ; many points
''g .whlcll. regards It as essential to the ; ..
TUtr Cents A B UJe.Ayolcl All, California '
Substitute conduct-of buslaeua between the two only $.Through .train'service; from

G, Bollard Snow Liniment Co. -,' governments that their respective Union Passenger'. Station, Chicago, via, the : f
misters shall -, ,..
a thoroughly acceptable
,t 1 SL.Louis.;U.,S. A. : .
vt their posts.'U is ald that In
d > "
Interviews In the Havana' Telegraph : Milwaukee : '
Chicago & St. Paul
LIe '
leading ,
SOLD AND RECOMMENDED_;BY yu ana a New York'.newspaper ,
." the minister afforded much encauragu- '

For Sale at ROBERSON' DRUG-!STORE.KISSIMMEE tint to the American colonists ou Union Pacific and Southern( Pacific Line,
, > ,
, ___ .L the Isle of PlnesTand: Americans st ,

'. home who had, property lu 'the'island. .I, .

The administration hud all along been '' the route of The Overland Union "' .
?: advising these people to submit thesa- Limited, leaving .

sales to the Cuban government Tne Passenger Station', Chicago, 6.03 p. m.:,. and The California '

; acceptance of Mr. squler.Tt'l1snaUon. Express at i a 25 p. m. "The California Express Carries: tourist

4 :RIVER O"C'TE. Ii .!....Id. was.Inevitable,.'forln view sleeping cars to California;:, every day. ,Both, ,trains carry >. u .

of 'the state department npt. only through standard sleepers. ,
was It a necessary step,It. cordIal 'eslatlons ,
BTEAMER L.ILUE, STKAUER KO8BADA.: were to be maintained with the I; .

,Q Captain Clay fobnson. 8r. Captain CIa,. Johnson Jr.ItotrilsT Cuban government, but It was regar4e Come Information sent free. 't t

''r >e klj trips to Basslocer rid return. Roseada learee KUslnvnee as advisable at this time to let on coupon with, blank Name -
lines fined
Tuesday morning and arrtresrjsslmmee Yriday.vening. American diplomatic officers abroad .. t

a Special Charter Trips to Lake Oket.c1 obee and Fort Myers on Uw UI1Ii end those In other responsible pom W. S. HOWELL, Street address i". r

OomfortibU accommodation for passeacers. Rates reasonable. .'. tlcns understand that they.could bw Q..*| jsi B........", r ,
io The most picturesque Wtterwsy In Florida. meet the wishes of the department If pYW'Yong CITY ,
' For Passenger and Freight Rates apply to they refrained from Intervening In the< or City ..State.Probable ..

J.i' CLAY' JOHNSON. SR.. Proprietor.On Internal politics of the country tahch F. A. MILLER: d at1aaafloD. 'l' ,
S" board -IJllle.-JCUslmmee.. FIC;
.f ',. they-are credited.- Otn.rcf pM.acr catrroanu ", ;ii: ,'Ww.,,, .._ .-:::;,; ,.r. {

1 ..._.w The retiring minister Mr.. Squlers. CHICAGO.'.-. ,*. ." ,
It: : : '' r J has excellent: : service record'and It t' : -iLMI.! d
= = = : :;
Is with regret that the department per.Lilts ,
his ? : + ;
retirement from the dlploHeld. .
n..Uo .' "i .- .


WAR. southern Educational Association. ..
at Nashville Meeting. :
Everybody Looking toGreat Britain The followingofficers of the South- .
For a Cue.,. 'ern 'EXlucatlonal! Association for' tho "' 1
F While In'"official l circles In '
aGroceries' London. ensuing year' were'elected at the 'F
It Ia,admitted that the.powers do not Nashrllle conrentlonrPresident CAKE
expect the sultan to yield,' as''the re, ,-. ,J. W. Abercromble. . ;

a suit or_the occupation or'MI17leD" ,'MonlgomelT. ,Ala... .. "
FRESH.f1EATS. it --4RalslnsCurrantsCftl"DnP.* --T --:0------0--- : .
was stated Thursday that plans for First Vice Pre.ldent-B.. A. Myu- 1"'I:
tho next step'-had-not yet been definitely ders. Olives.Sweet.Pickles, "
Delivery every day, at any hour; patronage solicited.. arranged the other powers- Second Vice President H. L. I Sour Pickles,:CUxed ,:Pickles.I ,
IE I : ..
awaiting the'British proposals. .. .
Smith, Davidson, college, Davidson; i r
,;. rhe foreign office >states that the N. C. ' "':4'' ;';' ;I II ; LUNCH aOODS.' .. .t. .

'. ," .. .,. British.government does'not know esctly : / ' / '
'- ,1"blrd'Vice President. W KU1 .
the extent: : of the coercion whlcl .' i >K ., Dates. : >'h: :" .
kendall Fort Smlfh;v'Ark: ,- t9t.If: ;. Candy, Figs, ;; y l": ,
the other powers,,are' willing to employ SecreUry-R.,J. Tighe, Ashertlle. '
E Diplomacy Should, Be Devoid, _of. Trickery ;: but It is certain that none of th. 'Treasurer! -B. P. Burns Atlanta. Fresh Walnuts, Pecans, Peanuts. : .

et powers Is willing; to resort to actual Board..oi-, Dlrectors-": ATaiyland. Ml ''
m "' said the lineman, 'nothln''Then .'' warfare In to enforce the 1AGENT/ WHITE: 'STAR,; LAUNDRY, : r
National Fare Deeii When Dealing I Nope. order Bates Stephens, Annapolis; Virginia.W. fte4tut'Niel.f .
': ". you'll have to. pay me another wands for the "financial control d.I': I avls..DnnnHe West Virginia, # "
, Openly and With No UlteriorMotivesStory. > }! f'f: te4telf!! x
.That Emanate.J time: Macedonia.. D. B. ,Purlnton; Morganton1;' Ncrt:>>,

t 1 from _Portsmouth' N. H. "And the landlord wiped the bat This view of the situation makes ,Carolina, 11. V. Judd Raleigh; South .
J", t t qulte.poaalb.lethat.d.moDatratloDlI.OocouP.UoJCma .
with a rac-furlousl------ - Mlllla.-Fraak-Jtvaaa".SpartaDwI'
t, Admiral Mead,,at a dinner in Portemouth "It was now the second lineman's ;; be postponed Indednltely. 'Georgia; ". 'S. Stewart Athens: Florida

,'\ ternatlonal, N. 1U relaUonLI' praised frankness*' In In- turn to' treat, and he ordered two The present polltical'sltuatlonIr Miss Cl mm"Hampton, TalUho- $

.: "The nations that are honorable and glasses of wales beer. Their his com- .the, united kingdom naturally ln>' see: Alabama, H. 0. Ounnella., Mont.gomryj High-Grade Whiskey:
" panlon nudged him and handed himsecretly easts the reticence in official l clr- .
open with one another like man to .Mississippi. J. N; Powers
bill. With a
IJ", man." he laid, "get along best. 'Fo the twenty-dollar cies here and. as Great Britain Is West Point! Tennessee p; P,Claxton.KnMtvtlle .
. face he laid It bn the bar.Vhafji
"a' In diplomacy as In everyday .affairs. grave.. taking the lead the movement of thod ; Kentucky H Fuqua, Sr" = : =
forT'.sald the landlord.' !'-. 1.: = : : : : l t
'I with \ this monstratlng fleet may be delayed for :: ,
.trlcUcry It only met trickery Frankfort; Arkansas J. H. Hlnemnn. _
'u and K1 feeling Is- the. inevitable relult. In a terrible voice. ...1lJe time pending, tne decision .t : Little Rock; Texas, S. ,H Moore,
I ." 'The,weirs beer Joe; said the lineman the cabinet '
'; concerning the resignation Oeorjretown; Louisiana A-ft. HefKet .CA..F
t Ho Imle!!. gently."The the note or tho dt'lolutton'or parliament. Bato)\ Rouge; 'Missouri, J. EX": Anent,, !TAE '
'"It Is like the two linemen" he landlord snatched up The government has received. Infortrntlon Warrensbnrg. ",

.f!I aaldL "who tried to, best the tavern- and Jerked his coat from a nail.. from Servla., through offlclv tiMOREINSURANCERE NEAR PASSENGER DEPOT KISSIMMEB HOTEL.'
till I come back.;"hebald1o'7n'aged '
'Tend store
,d keeper."Tlies'e.- .,
.... ' urces. that the Macedonian com- ,,, AND TKBTORAVBS USm. !
' ,
TwommeelfDc on a"hot' : _ ,
h Ilfeef has'Issued's -practJcaT'tdtlmj;:; -
'';t' afternoon a street that ied..wlth I I "The, and linemen-he rushed drank forth.their Weiss turn that unless the demonstration Department A. E.:, BEARDEN Proprietor.. .
August "\I.hllie. agreed to retire to tit the powers shall Head of Supply of Mutual ,,
' finished it be carried-
.:l. the cool fdra-awhile)bve\] \ gloom of a neighboring'.I I beer-the landlord In illenco.returned.As they, He placed' successful Issue, the revolutionaries to n Life Ouated.. -
. $17.20 In change on the bar. rrr prepared to announce that they,,' Andrew O. Fields, former head of '" "
The and each
', drank entered the smiling to 'How's this?' Raid the llfiwnan. -It tenet to create 'a situation which the supply' Jepartment of theMutualLife I I NOW HAVE THE LARGEST STOCK .OF WINES WHIS w
/ a'ie.
a ginger "Then ''
right. virTTJs) Insurance Company who main KIE8 AND BEERS EVER HAULED IN KI88IMMEE., ALL ,
t himself the first lineman laid .on the This ain't : certain to result In a .rar'
r bar a twenty-dollar Dote: 'Sure,',*ald the landlord. 'Shure It between Turkey,and Bulgaria.. tamed a house at Albany during GRADES AT' PRICES, TO SUIT ':THE; TIMES. .

"'Just take It out o' that/ be said Is, Hank. Ten cents for the wells and era!, sessions of the state,. ; = = : = =:= : = : c %
I "The tavern-keeper frowned. two seventy what you owed me from TWENTY CO. TO BOTTOM: Is no longer connected with:that .eY"1 ;
"Notbln: sniallerr he asked. last month: pany. --_ _Jug.. Trade 'a, Spec1a.11iYe'
I Frederick Cromwell the' ..
Result temporary '"" '
Frightful. Lou of Life of Storm t"
'on Gnat Lakes president of'the Mqtuaf..Ewe. Insurance

fl1 Out of li'j A Chicago special, says: Twenty-sU : company Friday announced that W. j v
How a Wise Maine: Man lives are feared to have..,been lost S. Sullivan formerly In the adTertlrfJ swl.tsk; ****.**.***..*..**.*eta a...*.**.*.*.*.**'*.**..tide
Ins department of the Mutual, has '
"It Aid! nearly a score ; .' In

I' Trouble Enveloped Him. but He lobster game wardens.owner's destination Within. mile one of of the the .rbore. by.._the_hurricane of'veswlgdhvea',.that"!pt ',be .,. pOhrte4-.- &'I.head of the supply -.: .E A.QL.EC.S..A..L.Q.O.N.< ; :
depart nt. it -understood' 'Mrfelds } _
t W.. Quick to Hoodwink a,I shellfish escaped from the basket and ever: the great lakes Monday algnt'rnd'Tneeday111E .;..will not return to be ex
;1" Surprised and .Startled GameWard.nA '. war- : : vessels are missing' '
crawled the' all e. The game :
o Bluff Made.There .'. ''i up whist hand and wa.rea.d1 end fears 'entertained for,their amlaed'' T. the Insurance!. lavestlgat-j '
dropped'tis ..
den ,|ng committee. -*>. | :, R. MUCQE
1 business In an Instant. As safety The financial toss Is estimatedt aj
V are. several' wail' to get out of train for slowed up the wardeu had possibly $2,000.000., No accurate Charles H. Smith, bead of the Mu- : ,
trouble One I. to bluff youwar: the (anl,Life Insurance press bureau and
With visions of,a fine of so fiurea of the Joss of life are .obtain- 1
his maDo
through !t This was -the. method "plunku"> a lobster the officialgasped. .'.bl.. With one exception: the crew 'who Is paid $*.000 a.''yeerl bas ten.1] i i4ered' '.$LES "WINES" 'BRANDIES': _
Clearly something Here removedfrom all "
''elonged"to. ,'' wrecks retorted.
the leafalature '
Maine He resolved to identify himself, but It has not been accepted. I U. VARIOUS '
done. QRADE5 "
not We wO .la'"eUher. i .. who I mT" he tbuu-- Mr Smith testified that hV: k" >AlitON ?
m.,., -ft"_ 1rftnw___ > 1 ; recently 1 ies. -
,wlil Infer that,he was a Maine .official i 'V n .bout'to' his, DI PRices.. .,..
caused of the
reports insurance
and was many
of some dered. PLEDGED TO HOLD': COTTON. 1"Wh'I.S't.
sortEverybody I .
knows- that Maine has a I name; then realising this would- .,complicate - Investigation'to' be' published In .the : : '. A.ND TOB.A.CC O. G Gr ,
", matters,. he shouted: at from,$1'toU'a'' line.'\ , ,_ ,
hort lobiter'Uaw. and with-the perversity Johnson, Farmers1'' of"''Alabama Reserve 25,000 newspapers ; i
-. 11m, the Hon. John Jlmson, ' Cromwell also announced, ,
Mr. that
of human!; nature, the Maine hatcheries I' Bales,of the''ab: pl':.; "
'Iran was"v.r,.fond of short Jobsters..I of the International tm taking,flsh these. lob.* 'I. 'A; convention'ofjbeAlabamadln.; Adrian",laelln.,Jr., who has been a 1 7\rttl serous .

It happened that one day when be was : ster eigtta h V and ta SebagollaM to.stock Ion of'the 'Southern Cotton'' Aaaocta"Uo director or-the company' :,alnce 1U$,I' a J:; '
returning from seashore town he bethought has. realgned as a director.' 1 ., ,
I Z. 1 ire:; held:at Montgomery: 'a few;: <
himself of the fanuly's neeoav u.'pcJII.d- bad full : :John'...C. ,.lI.c'aIl"i.'aeoretaI7 of;,the DRAUGHT'AND: DOTTUCD to .\;
1 :
the 'op days'ago. '
"inoog.. Dsrohastid before rala, ; Pledges! were.received for . .t.
; ,and. : a fine tot of I '.of ADeI 'OCtaad'St'vu : New York ;Llf, :Insurance! company ," _' f I
at.ppod hotting.
i"shorts', fross a fisherman who "n.e d- headway acatQ IMWbatoaef otton''for'IS. { CANONIST Bal'011ND.1N I$eiMMJEjC: ON (BROAOVTAT :VjaT.'JkJC '
.'. -*Vii ''' *- -J. another flU.h4,1 aL'pOMdV: ) to'.rs."move : MSI the pres- i '
l fc.7'I : .Dot.UlUI joeats ;.and : ft1nDalgn, ; : :THB'' BRICK BAR BIIII.Bl3p0TyA 1. '
'ir.Tary.llwljr tlatthe PMsledwarden really\ from:the market, ldeteerdenie4; the"report"that heran Iila. : .' : ; -" ;: ,a +r 'z" 'i;;
.'to/ 'LadeD''a"b l ai:> ;, lp$4e piped Ms 1a4, hat a hum>t, b.'dbeen. la the, the'hands-'of) the'growers pi&cottorfye; father: wart/|o.,rUr* from: their ' : ,.r I nt .. .. 0 ."., +vm... 1 N''x.Q'' > 0 .. :, ... tai N w: .:.
young fobatetsihebpltd.dja tranfpon ip ; was. ............. '
I J the'I, ." .... started ,4a tie company la'January. 'I''I'OlSON ........., .. .. ; N
f" ".or.'t'"T'T' >l'' ..,1"Yf' M r..r 'lI, t\"I'f.o\-J'' ; ;: r r
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The KIsslnimcG Valleu (Gazette r i.oSCBOLA HIGH SCHOOL.' .1.f

First Grade.. We are busy in number
.LKI MONK ,.NO. 11 '
.r f--j '\ work. A marked improvement In
l'N.n ."..1' "'"D"Y9th is noticed since the attendance
:", Iii Valley UMKHI, Kuliuiiiff. bas been divided. One new iA .FULLLINE i
.. MIUI.UKIL 1 CuUNTY.FLA. pIlPU' bl.. wtt-k. '
... .. ,
'- T tiidb.
: ud Becooil!: The attendance
W. B. HARRIS Editor Proprietor.Xntcred '
- ...... ,- I very gold One new pupil enrolled '
_ I, lit the rNMiofflc In K.almma. FIN.. Third Grade. This grade 'was delighted . mall IOU....'. ._ thfs week by a visit from Miss : t
who by who tayurht them in i ALL KINDS OFHEATING > '
Babacrtb plea** offlc I If' Emmie..Moseley \ ;
they fall to get the paperregutarly.IoommuolcaUone the! second grade last year I 'f ,..,. .
all ..e-..'(rum our author Fourth Grade. These, pupils are, "
lied oorripon4nia' must :>* aliened, by tb'writer. Interested in their \ lee.oo..1One "
phyaiuloirjr "
9' H.oeted| matter will Dot b. returned unlea new pupil enrolled. I II') 1, "" I, .1
'.ailed for. in this '. '
.y_ : Fifth Grade. The pupils' KEEN : .
_ SUBSCRIPTION: RATES.On tirade are doing very good work.
.copy, on*year .......... ..'1.00 TbejLjtre dell hid that. two of tbelr 1 'r?' ' r
ODD oopy. MX montha.a.:. ..60'' number succeeded in wlnnroR-priies at ? ANDCOOKING ,' .
0.."P', three ploolb. . .,, :. -U5: I the Fair.

Sixth Grade. The attendance Is .very
ridty,- December. 8th 1005. I !Brood and i pupils seem Interested.
. ..
Seventh Grade. This class is at STOVES

Through. the efforts of Senator Car-" work on' the synopses' and conjugation x ; 1.rApAO

a SOD the Klsslmroee River will ,gW.OOO < ) of the: appropriation of >*i5HH HIGH SCHOOL. : a i .
made- by the last Congress t.o. lie used Firi.t year. This class has been at Prices
in the extermination of the water-.bya studying, atmospheric pressure and r* n.. h'

F cloths. In Florida waters.' the formation of -water. They have Save Wood .. .. lIE
It had been supposed that the orlgl made some experiments. and a barometer -* fl
nal appropriation for the St. hat been constructed by the { you liavo a +
.John's lover, as there had been ser class. That '
Loup trouble in naviarattng that Important Second;year. Zoology. This class WILSON WOOD HEATER Defy Competiori.:

streanl for the. past Severn ,has lull finished dr.....cttnit.the oruy A uV
n years on account. of this pest Mr. fish and will begin\ today on the fresh' your wood piles neecj tfo only half the size of your ;

Carson, however. discovered tliat the water mussel.'' A well articulated human nei;hbor's vli'o uses tho "other ];im]." Tho patent. .
bill read "1n Florida waters" Instead skeleton has just been added to .
Hot Blast Down-Draft
found in the 't'TUbeD'ma1ces
only ,
will\ : tf
John'sRiver This
of. as was supposed "the St. the biological laboratory,
,.',' and the hyacinth having be. aid the pupils to get a through knowledge '" it possible to get 100 per .coat of heat from your fuel

come. nerlous' menace to navigationon of human anatomy. the! gases which l ordinarily! eriso from tho! fuel and escape GET PRICES BEFORE BUYINGCARSON
the Kisslmmee River took the Physics. This class Is
year. unbumed up the 'chlrnlC'" i u other !ic.c.tcrc"ere ajj- I '
_7Iv, matter up with Florida's delegation laCongress. studying the subject of heat. Experiments consumed in the Wilson. These: constitute ...
casos one-
After considerable correpuuuenue have been made, illustratingheating
Mr. Carson was notified by conduction and connection. half the burnable part of tho fuel .Tho l Wilson burns g1

? that his request bad been granted and Fourth year. Chemistry: This class anything-com: cobs, shaving, chip.i bark, roots and \ ,
n that (5,000 of the appropriation had finds considerable labor on the atomiu cord wocd. _. A
been set. apart fur the wC.lrhere\ and theory, Many equations have been The .
air-tight, so
was immediately available. He then 'worked STANFORD
took the matter up with the United MUS10.' readily responds to iU dampera

States engineers, stating that the people These pupils are training some good I that an even temperature can be ." .
here did not want any ehemlcal results from their efforts to memorize. maintained throughout all the .
used In the work that would in any -
ELOCUTION.' changes our varied climate. -
cattle hundreds .
manner he Injurious to '
r of thousands of which. graze The department of expression has ; Rememberevery: ; day ,that I Ii
Q along the Klsilmmee River It wag adopted a regular course of study you use the Wilson' you are '
finally determined that It would be divided into four classes: Preparatory i- saving one-hafpour fuel bilL
f Impossible to use chemicals In thd1 l atfermedlaie, Junior and Senior. This .
,1 destruction of the pests without open-- course can be completed to threeyears, ,
acing the oaule interests, and at the depending on the ability 'of the student c '
suggestion of Capt.:: Clay Johnson, and amount of study he or she putson .It. GRAVES

... who probably knows more about the the work.\ Upon its completion _
Kbsimwe8River than any other man and satisfactory examination a diploma W :

,, living:, It. was decided to use tbe moneyIn Is awarded- ;
preventing the!> future' spread of.Lheyt Every one completing t'he.senior .
hyacinths, instead off trying to ex'- course Is required to give a special .
terminate; them. The plan is to drive program of reading and recitations,
'piling; across the mou'hs of the bay ua before an audience invited by the
and streams which come Into.the Jakes -cbool. to
," .3, and river aDd by attaching; log boms Agold'medsJ, Is offered to the pupil
behind them the hyacinths making the best progress in the school .
{t'-..- from floating. prevent in. Capt. Johnson of elocution. ':;- --. .- .;. .. .... ,., ,

'thinks the wash of the boats will pre. PJUZES WON BY OSCBOL.A HIGH ,. .
vent the hyacinths which are'alreadJ"': 'e SCHOOL:! AT'THIS FAIR. -- \ :

in the channel from collecting so as _Marietta Piano 'first prize for best
to form Jan" and ',Jurther, impede water color palollug, by tfrauiuiur ,HURRAH ,
navigation.. -_""- __ high school pupiL J ". u .
Kreamer Van Duzor Bret prize forest .
Industrial Exposition.' > modeled map of Panama showing LAKE "
proposed CanahMary "
Tho Manufacturers* PuroFoJ, and Campbell Cornelia Morrison .
Industrial Exposition.. whtobwill be "lldR tb.utler. 'first prize for best "

held at .Jacksonville from January relief map ofTTof!<>amt>d- to-loth'iocluslve, will b.> the lar' ..t.K1)O.1t.loD'ev.1' of betweon.' "- .
tog[ depth water
held In Florida.. Elizabeth! Campbell: first prize for "
The 'mammoth building'. Is beingerected' best specimen of vertical writing from t Shoes_* says Tommy. "
old .. Thoroughly
on the $ J.ames lot,

dross the ..t.ree1'011I the Windsor ffthgrade,ylrgiota'Tillerltiecond pupil. < ;1 prize for f; boys and girls." 'And .S 4
'Hot.eland will be when completed ama best physiology..drawing.Mll. New .' : ,.
Dlficleo' structure and the largest Smith second prize for best: .,- '' "
building of Its Mod In the State. arranjtedTexhlbit." --- ? stocking,wcarn. is a_" .

Over,7,000 Incandescent lights besides Ruby Ellis third prize for. best t .
between 250 and, 300 arc lights specimen of crayon work We serve the : ;
1 will be used to light tbe building both Margarle Bearden third prize for : : #
Inside and out. The entrance will be best of vertical from Clean,
'made of nntisive pillars on U>. .colonial flfth grade.specimen' "*' ?*! t. x writing Ele2'an.t'se'r : : .r.. D'ANNlSS

style with tuooo effect and. hunt It should be remembered that this Istbesehobha '
;- dreds of colored Incandescent .lightswill \ attention Is' ,; I
flpsteff ) exhibit work.Constipation. . ,
: S
be used and the entire electrical ; :" L. Th4 Ideal t
.r effect will ,be tbe grandest display,, .! OO ,
era and
*voi* aAon In nnr states
-.o a--biaiidln-Il 'will oont..ln'3ii window Health IH 'absolutely Impossible, It able rates. ,__ _.. ._ __ . ,
t > and 4 entrances besideanume", \ constipation be present. Many .era :;r.
-r ous exits and every, precaution Ie being ious.cases of liver and kidney conV investigate.W. .. .Ji
}' the ms>oaffemeiit to take plaint, hare, sprung from neglected | : .
care of tbe thousand of vUilora who constipation. Such a deplorable con- A I4 % a,
,, .m- attwvdr4b.-Eapo.ltber- .ditioa4s-unneceesaryTLete: -!.-.a-cur.. ;, >
fur it;. Herbine will speedily remedy ) : [I t.
corps; of special policemen flremvn. )
I 'and watchmen will be employed. c matters. C. A/ Lindsay P. M., Cron- ' Fla.rwrtei! Feb. 12, 1902. "Hav "
The iAuton>obUe' Exhibits son,
ing Used Herb'lne, I find It a.flne medl- : ....-
the largest and best ever seen In.tbe .
f '" ....
'' .
South. Racing, machine, >Tallybos. doe for constipation. .. :SOc a bottle NOTICE OF i At.
Delivery Wagons, Touring Cars, be- Hold" by'Thomason; A itoberson Whereat a petition : -
nee' sides ja; handsome line 'Of Imported 0' "I Tfaanirtho: Lord"cried fourth of the reglntered vot : for D. .
'automobile supplies will be seen. 17Florlda, waaon the red r .
Kuokle Dr..... *of New York will riannah) Plant, of Little nook Commlaalonvra A. D. IWVi;, pnaeuted said l to ;:
give away 25 pounds of chocolate Ark., "for the relief I !got from Buck- Board t" oMleJu-an .... : .
4 candy dally. The Borden Condensed len's Arnica 8alv It cured my fearful ('01I1''j to neclde .. (/ /
Milk Co. wUl make their famous milk running sores, vvhlch nothing else ed In old County. .
'fF in their booth. The Welch 'Grape would heal, and from which I had suffered And whe..... on the bib ;
Juice Co:-will give aw.tbelr'world.. for 5 ,ear..'! It is a marvelous; I). IMA the said board of /
_ ', famous drlnkGrape Juice. The Ca- healer for cuts, burns and wounds. .with r" eIOsee..a..petition. Countr did, .
,ble Pan6| CM.,' will give. a continuous G-uaranteed.At Oscenla Pharmacy, 25c. lipid In aald. County, of Pont be Cross
oerfonaance at their large booth. A of February. A. Ik. IWM to l.
-- Has-Stood the .1't-2So'Y..r&-, ale-' (-inu>zlcaUnir .. I
miniature house I'e :.e fball-b prohibited
da. Pressed Brick Co., of all their The old, original Grove's: Tasteless and did further order .oc'f. \ ,nd I IF, when cooking, you get
fancy brick. All the breakfast foods Chttl Tonic. You know what you are Hoard do give at leant : :\' : II I
l and new food stuffs will exhibited. election by poMlxhlng- I I haa poor) results. It
talcing. It is Iron ahd qulnlue in a lu each cud eveiy town In \! : a.,. mny
The Macblnary'Hall will be tasteless form. No cureno pav. 60c. none, then by pouting up ) '' "
p. interesting. The Maliby Co., of ----- notlnra of uld e'vctlo . In not be your fault, but' 'VI+
...... : : :
Atlanta. ., have secured an enormous Neuralgia: Pelua., + In paid County, one :
tbe-Coiirt: liouae. the f limit of-tho
u I .. Ingredients -
and will have mill in full.operation. ;
:space a saw and sciatic Now Therefore, I, B. L. of
And last. but not. leant, Rheumatism, lumbago the circuit: Court In and of used.
will be the grand band and the wonderful -' pains yield J6 the penetrating influence - Oa enle|01 tll... of you IIIIYO\ ( ,
_,/1 of Ballard's Snow Liulment. Clerk top Board of ..,-
best carnival.hippodrome. attractions attractions.will be. The secured It penetrates to the nerves and bone of election ald County will be, do held hereby lu the: : : :\ :; : on BUY YOUR l

and the shows will be only of and.betng. absorbed into the blood, "....of K orl'U;on .. the : .
q the very belt class. '. Its healing properties are conveyed to ing rebmarv whether A.the I). won sate for of t ( ) f. GROCERIESOfjis ;:
and effect I
You: can't afford to miss the Exposition everypart of the body, wines or beer. ahull be << ; : '
some wonderful cures 25c 60c and County of Oaoeola : : antI will find
as-it will not only I be very Instructive you .
11.00. Sold"by Thomabpn & Rober- In Teatlraony Whereof /
,, but it will also bare all tbe,, and affixed the I "
I fun and merry-making features that i soo. .' :rdhrd. "of County (:. "everything absolutely ';,1,
A will help' to nuaks your visit. both : tmmee, able\ Mb day. of fresh and
.J'' profitable and. pleasant. Remember A Disastrous Calamity. Clerk|>luLl of the Clrralt pure sntld- .. .

.thedate...Jat.uary4th to ISthinclusiTe., '' It Is at- -.d disastrouscalamky,- when Clerk(T of Oans of the>'.Board. Htal*c of of I factory. In, the, end. ,

Sea Lost Mother. 'yon 16se your health because Indigestion of auld Uouurtp'Notlce .-*' It Is
cheaper buy
and constipation have sapped itawai' : i I
'Consumption runsin lour family Prompt relief., can be bad In to (. : \( ? : .- really good Groceries: "
'and through It I lost IDJ"'motber\ Dr. King's New Life Pills. They build
writes E.; .B. Reid, of. Harmonv. Me. ujyour; dliestlve: organs:: and cure and !' : .
"For the past five e0., the slightest sign of a cough or cold, etf.: Guaranteed at Osceoli of Henry W. Barber I .. ,
,atateof ,
.;...., I'have caked Dr. Kl.DR'.c'N.w.DIacoY. Pharmacy, 25q. z., 3wortnDestroyer*. County for payment to r.r1ci: : : : l .. .
'ery for Consumption which has saved : tented within the Urn '
''11''' me from ,serious Jungtrouble,'!!' His I" -' ,the tarn will.. forever... HARRIS'SANATORIUM. ''

'-7' ,0Lber'a death was a sad lot tor, Mr. White's Cream .Vermifuge,'aot'onl'y E taU "
t',. Reid, but be teamed that lung.trouble kills worms, but J remove the"; mucus -J.-. i !: AJt6HNRRALMRDIc1A8a.
". mustanot be neglected," and bow to and slime, in which they build their 'Citation of ", SUROBRY.! : ,
\i yorlre'it.1,',Qu ickest' rel lf and, *bare for Chests; it brings and quickly, a healthy :l OfHO* Hour*. II to 1/4 to t.
.Jf'oou.rb..ud: f lda--: Price$oa. and. .1; condition of the body where worms laCousvySpeoa'.Coutr,. _-OW.. N. M. HB Q.._,
". 'Irumeet' +'a1.'. rf-fbarmacyr' 8&o1l0t.esln.- -Sold. ;: by Thomason By the Onctol.t CounlT Coatitr.Judge. TrIal bottle. free'' .. Roberton. v; Wherea Charles W. I 1- OffloHour ,.:1010 I,S&o.. l ,
I"1", . : .. .... t :!"f .. et tolled"bl.Court... ..... I | ./ ORLANDO -: FLORIDA., "
r) men tJ. rKttN13enry'A.fladwtDf ; on the K UM of H..... 'r '
)' .A Una tw4 C fior J-/O.;.. Beat OfT Conaty oK Owwola. t a
**are therefor*,to :
c' ,a Itching. Blb.d', Bleeding'tor: ;"pro- : 'Bupt. CI",1.W-a. d.e.mlob.and klncalar th*sod kindred: : : ::: John White& Co.

trudlng RU.*., Druggist refund mono" ter Worker 7SbTtllsburg, WIs.; writes: or before the lath i ion d.y. \: : LOUMVILLI, KT."'
my U Paso Ointment fail to enra1 anyease I IKave tried many: kinds, of lintiDtti 180ft. and fll*obrtlottramJa ( : sawb.M ntt'w
rtM> ,lDat.IartI10" long-standinir, 'tn buctba.ebever 'reostvnd; much I... :-let be era' a- < : ; .....
ia 0, to .14 d..,.. ...First application benefit/ until 1 used Ballard's. Snow WUneaamy will trusted name aa aa I -
files .**. son relic' GOq.:11=par tiroRJl'w Liniment for rheumttUm and pains. I ''co.a&.t--W.: this let ; ITURSal.HlsM.
11.....It MIld old' 1a t..1IIPC fth' think It tbe beet liniment.'oa Jearth.'! I "iI l tun., ... . : .

. will be forw edpo.trpald b7 Pam 26e boo and 100. Sold by Tboma- P.AV..GlfkW, I i '
........ Co .", Ur son !' Roberson Bollotor fof PsUUvasr. : .

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The Kjsslmmee! Valleu OaiettT e For inside'wiriogeee'E.. ' M. stet., ''"C.. '. :Bryan a prominent Attorney ''Circuit' .. R

Send us>"r Job printta'. "' of Jacksonville.,. is here attending _. Court .
d, .LKPHON. NO. n. Court. .*
H$,. Mea The fall, term of. the 'circuit cone :
you Line
our '
new of Dor
Y.UBLIStEJI BVlRRYtaffHti. 'JUDAY: ', othy Dodd Sic*,. st DaDII.; About forty flTe guests breakfastad I convened being last Monday stoning there 14 The Ocktawaha:,; Nurseries:
at the Tohopekaliga. present State' Attorney Jno. C
yesterday .
oaoro- .
/ .
"liT I1ev...1. L..Staoioo'161t1D"', friends log.i J.,nes, Clerk 01 the Court $. L: Lesley, I;." ) ." 'J f r
W. B.. MA.WM at. Dade City< this week. and Sheriff J. M; Walker I "
..7Official xztt > -r'I.j .__ The basioess portion of Arcadia In'the abseboeot : I Si Oft...Or.wen wLsepset W'iafarvfhd3itoevi.. .
:t Weather\ It-.n.-: 'Net/ 'lioeof. silks and ribbons at was almost eotirely destroyed by M.: H, Jones, court was,hit hotIo o. Judge 'fear; .. wanlN M.ilou' new ....IIJiIIIM..blob. bee J.II..II "
tv/saaTauruavea.+"... &Mnmo ,JCANNKB I Lowest is estimated at over 1200,000. The I ,' $o..lfthedsekip. ..e.totta.. Mtltabsarytriersda,
TMOaaoAv, iE.a11,1S. ,110'IBM.M price to Flesh, Meats at Judge arrived Monday evening i' .' stuns believe. .
tne..ewe .
.- Osoeola.heat Market.N. We regret to learn that abstractor and organized the court Tuesday we eau ., alasbN1.fn.NN.s; .
sew.Dd old .
ilea.. j .ID... Rainall.( : P. Iran E.q .. of .Jacksonville, S. U. Hillock la suffering from a.attaek' tired scorning and have Tbe bees grand-iq sesulon Jury then re iJ lees, aid ontr viewers, vatubli OdeMtro.lnM''t' Ie reef ruts esrsH.,.
.. .,. of appeadloltles all the
i ... and hope that
was rte., n will.
.r. early I
r part of .the week bu ailment will cot serlou..' week. No cases have been '"riM, &. *rar Lt.reN 10 inch'NM Ilsl ever sad webs-- '"
: 'r''''.'' .. , ., 'yit 'III! on business berore-tb. Clrcult Court. "" prove yet, as the l State: At'.urDeb"ai been in' 'en fOIl will r..w."IO agtT. w roor. ,+)puronaas afNe _oId."D,
} . . . ... 77 1r7 Ut. W H.. OadclvlTe-Cadman the ....
bap .7(11.
wr 10
uir y oboes -ll'u.I Dann's upon grand Jury and
.... .. 1\11 and ,
rondar, .rTnexlay .. ..... qi / you will get)value for your t. here! a fyw f>y. this week and- wentout ''. st. .is probable the court will be in *e*. .those.....woo plane. their. '01"1... sow for tell.,1utltaa.. ,,'
,..... .w.. 'III u, JManeooesee to visit. his parents. &\Ion a 11 next week, and possibly longer .'.1'. N' .111&41.. ". -
... p noM Mr.. Cadmaa '' '" ,
weheAda" Consult E: M. Kites (before having is-engaged in Installing, .
_.. ... 71 ,
-'J Thnr.d., your bxHiee wired for elect.rla lights an electric lighting I < plant. at Clear'water. ': -- -----: .
r. A. HIMPHON; P. M. Me-.. 8. E. Jennings and daughter .
..: Miss IUby, formerly .of Ku.limnee-, STBAYKD.-**olnter pup 8 bll\DI.b.i. KIMIMMBfii PLA. w.-CON...... pno., TANQiniHiK. flLJ\ ,
'Our rates. fur inaerUon- advertlsemeot but now .f uOIIluO.) stave been visit- old; white, with I liver colored spots on I Dear SirII'. Frank Robinson t .Addr.M-tX C.. LEE ''or.., KfawlMH**. Pla.. '

" the reading Rasher on log friends\ towu thUyweek. bead and .h nl4ere. Five dollars reward Tltuavllle. Pa Bought Devoe, with a .
among fur Information that. will lead to
this I la t.wuntj per Mn each. |nsertlon. Floe$$1aeof DressingCasejSmoking. his recovery, F. MzuoLEBKooKSvtVaak great, deal ..of feeling against the _.
page Sets. China "whole tribe of mixed paints.. Our .... -_ -. --- --- ;
Novelties "er.c. '
i at Stan - -- -
ford .. ; Dale M again serious) 111, agents there Messrs Kernochan A Co, " !
I and the doctors have pronounced his cot bin to do It. Beeaye: "ttJ1t""ttrrtrJt1t"t't'Tt11rtt""JJt'JfJt"tt1tt1tTttrt"' " " > *

New line or'lace collar just arrived: case PD _""., This is the second II am more than pleased with the job. "' '

toooooooooo .at 1CANNKH A, Co. 1 attack of this dread disease be baa I !tad one-third the paint left-over" ; 1 1 I 'WATERS ft- 'CARSoN GROCERY ''CO JtJrrtl; a t>ll
'know of
several other
I suffered within a jrear. Ills brother jobs, a year old
L cal News.a Rev,, 3. It.Moon left Wednesday Will or more, painted with Devoe
1 c . Dale caste up from Tampa on that. are .
_. morning Jor Ocala to Attend the meetIng : Wednesday andcarried him to the wearing well :::: -AGENTS 'FOR-; :::;:/
- - - of
' --' I II UaB.aanual conference- In session ; Orlando hospital! where he will be What a pity we.all have to go '

'I there-this .week.. under the care .f Dr. Harris, yesterday "" -through lobe same school, to -find out MAPES

I 1 the'Tuner,. tfFewer Smoke J.e> Wed pavans the ,beat: ;, I-1 what paint to put on a House]. experience | FERTILIZERS!
Wade .
Ot'IwdoA. Teaches.
6c Cigar.n the. market' purchased Isn't there aey easier .
P. Pllililps' another '
gallons; wear's aonger; Devoe I way to learn? = ,
FIlI.eeII1r,a dred Dollars wrth of floe orange grove last week. This one Yours truly t-nde-Best'
For Clothing see Stamford.. the Iato.t4ip-to-dat. larschbaum Clothing .I is'.situated In Orange County oo.Stond F W DKVOB & Co s=. : Crops-Largest j etilMts 3 '

Drum is 'Ili just received at Ij nford'1.' Lake and contains about twenty acres ?
Parker-of Fort : Now York
J.o . 5= perfect In Their
of bearing tree. The property belonged ? Safety ? Use. :
a.oWI11! week atteadleg Curt PrI..Xa.ble, Board. .. *
to Mr. O: U. Slmpsoti and tbe "OTICE. i i-
White Star LaBodryOmr BAk1 ny. MRS.'UiXKN PERDEW,' purchase was ma.e through Molders A, Notice Is --'
The Urlma, Orlando. Dr. , hereby: given to alt Con '''Send _
W. C. T. U. IWW.holdlt.rearular Phillips now fur Circulars .i
Postmaster E.E.Sk1p| er;;-of Bart.w business owns about thirty-five acres of tractors and Builders,. that on and : showing danger g'ACsd.
was In town the early fart.ltheweek. meeting Hednesdav alter orange, after 'January the 1st, IWS, that 8 ,Materials on our light,. how
and great
is highly his
pleased with,
noon at.3 p..10. l>eo. LYthl at the homeof grove boors win constitute ::: -
!1f.AT'B.Mr. investments. a days work. E losses were made farmers : '.
Stetson Hats at Mrs. Cnaadler, all the members elion. Also on and after'' date above' by last year ,throughout. "t
..A. Jo;. Godwinof IDle I I. a are requested to be present. C. A..C&rlGlL, through the Influence honed, the initiation. fee will be $10.00 men == ::, ''the State.. t 't

prominent visitor In tow,* this week SJM PKO. TEM. of Fiorlda! delegation In H. A. MATHEWS, '

attending-Court.. .-.1 I Come and inspect our;;Xmas Oooda Congress, has succeeded in getting anappropriation'of Mom AN BROWN, hiiUiuuuuiuiuiuuumuiuuiiuuuituuaiaiiuiuia{ \ 'I li UU ;' <.. :
before , flvethousand dollars Z. W, ,
... KANNKR Co. buying elsewLcro. Cash Iar! r
Fine Clothing 'gain S\O.... u> fight the water "hjacinth pest In the Committee .- .
Mr. I. Q': St.&rbuc.k. a prominent Klsslmmee river. The dredareboat Kin; Ktsslnmee Carpenters Union No.'135U .
attornpy of Orlando has been In town Go to Mas. CtfANDLOt, for Christ.thaTMtlliaery Immee, Ca;}t. J, P Sharp, will have -

thU week attending clrcufcoourt. Special prices. : charge of !the work and operations Notice of Annual'Meeting.rattloco. .
I For will be begun 10a few weeks. This .Nor.. c. 4. cAItSOJlf.: JOHN M. LSd. (: CARSON
particulars about laundry work hereby iIfen a. i
All kinds of toys for the Ultl ones. will be welcome news to the steamboatmen ... that the resul.r mH" ... ... : d' A'
phone the City; Bakery, Our boy U i 1811""of tree .kbold... 10 the LlghlreyP.reen. .14. .V'Prealtle.t. 'Cesaler ,
at Stanford's.I': always ready to call And get your I as the water. hyacinth are gelling .. will bo hold.l the omen of the
Vans' and to be a serious tmpt'dimeot to Comnuf In KtMimme city, Florida\ on the St e.'auk. -
A. Ague* Esq. Supt packages.Hon. Ml W. J. Sears spent |'asL Saturday in navigation down tbe riv r. wound TuvMtv ID sale month lithe hour of .
J. W. Watson's friendswere '
Orlando on'prole .loual bu.foell.i) pleased to see him .,11Our many streetsa Through 'the kindness of Mr. K. S.Bender to'tdoekp. m., C. O. WIL80IT> ft'tIltY.! ..Kls$tlttlttee, Fla.TOCKHOLDBDS '4

Hig line of Holiday Good. at. Stan few days last. week.- Orange Blossom Lodge F. & _____ --
A. .... Is In < lOP.s'of atria gavel How to Oo to the P. lflo Coast .
forJ'n.The Stetson Hats at KANNKH A Co.- try of which the member are, .,very proud PAID liP CAP.TAL...........'_......... ... 'S'' 8CI ooe 00. '

!.t amer Llllio was delayed on our 43.5O patent. leather. shoes, they and the like of' which are probablynot Pacific Travel 'via the Chicago Union LIABILITY.-.. '1",".f 8O"ooo'o0 ,. L r

'J 1 her ul.irip and did not arrive hereuntil are IrUFao'-L.' owned by any other Lodge "of North Western Line. Two .. '
'{ She fast trains per .day The Overland it.'1 rl. fee 000 00
toddy morning. broughta )Masons Florida. While in Jerusalem .
Mer Bandy and have 1
Limited .
Ilandy lighted less
I than .
cargo of 1,200 boxes of oranges.Wear cloned out their. grocery business\ lu last summer Mr. Bender had these' three days en route. The California s ''Prolllpt ..d' Careful Attestlor geese to ia, I iJ

a Coat. Shirt. Got.fern at North Kissiuiiiiee. and !1r. Lt.e Bandy gavels made- to order from the"native Express,.throutrh'servlce to San FranCisco .., ; trusted to us: .Excbaaae.'aroocI; at. all polrta !.tcke.p..t:
Dann'ii. bas accepted. a po.IUon11ob the W a- woods of the "Hol, Laod. TbeMaster's Los Angles and Portland. The .rate.. I ',

ten A Carson Urooerjr Couopanv. gavel Is inlaid with four best of everything. ,,Full part.lelll.1"on YOUR BU9111E'ti8!! SOLICITED., '
Frank Cr !'ws, who I. In charge of different!' kinds or. wood locust, almond l' .-
Clerk F:. L. I.esley'spueorangegruve Cut. prices on Millinery for Christmas ! bulsain from the banks of the T. M.application, C. & W. B. Klnnkern. P,
at Cow Creek Is in town this week times. at MMS.. CUANDLKBS: river Jordan and olive.. The other : W. Uy, Chicago. ,

atu.nlll1jf, Voun. For the cheapest meals to be had go !gavels are for the desks of the Senior -. .. .. ;, . .
arrived to the ' and Junior Wardens and are of neatly I .
New line of dress goods Just
: .1
i at KANNKB&.CO.; OSCEOLA MEAT MAKKKT.Messrs. polished native' wood" stamped with r VVVVV VVVVVVV WVVVV'"
word .JerullCilem. The Gazette.
Chaille Merrill, of Kl*"lmmee, was Iliroui and C.'" I... Platt. and Is requested by the Lodge to r; -
suutiijuuml"here by telegram Monday Eo A. I Stephenson: of Melbourne, are extend to Mr. Bender its hearty for Sale i

uUlii, on eeoountof the seriou Ultwutu bee attending court this week.: appieolation'1 this unique. and appropriate OSCEOLA ;;;
of hi. mother MN." '-CarIlLber.- I. : .
Goorge Gilbert has the finest line of gift. __ ', .
ford Chronicle. Wall 1'apvr'in town. !Bee:: bun about --r- :it - I PHARMACY!

Von will save monej by. trading at papering your house. Masons. Elect Officers.At' . .
the Cash I Store. '." .. S *,"
Bargain : 'M""lum'aod 'under '' .. i
heavy weight 'a regular, communication of y r 4
The Rev David D. Kldd will bold wear for men and women atKANNaa'dt F. & A ;" I ; ?1
Blossom M.
Orange Lodge ; hl
: : When In
. .. need anything the Ltno' I
yon prugA
..aeatJrsaatth.hplaco: al Church oa Co. held last Monday nlbu. the following"" _$ ,

and Sunday lioJy next,Commissioner)tor i larajer-s-ermoll at 10JW.Evening f;"W.. Watson"ancT n.: R< officers.. were'. elected l ,'for the ensuingyear. $ 2 500 call up No.; 3; will bo)IeUIire'at'elliee, :,,,__.:

; Prayer und Sermon at 7.30.. here Taylor on, *of their Mlatntnl return, from stopped the. State Over H;N;" Bralton,-W. Mh Two story. 8 ROOM House, L'. IVe. also carry a full! ,, lino ,of ,lad! M)Ski I1I.j' ;' '--
J. M. WllUoq Jr;;,';""S. W. Lara* SUfeU,4 Lot. '
waists at lair at. Tampa and went down the t f .
i New allk and.1ackeU ; '
and t
Try fa
SpJss rs. bnr. '
Dr. J. W: Slmp.on.-J' W. \ -r M.I. , : Ra'
,.. ., KANNKU A Co. river I for a few days shooting. > ', a ". 'f ." .
.,n ., 1n.r A, E. Donegan,-Secretary. '..8; Bfoncy refunded" If not We'
Mrs. Kail and .11'.. Normin'mother iWeity; Bakery,i Is ti, agent; for- the E. D. Hoar.o.-Treallurer.: ., &mfor. : ; .
'r. and aunt of Mr. At W* Wino,.return White. Star Laundry: -tin* leU'.Ia the ., -. ;; ' >\(1' 1.s.* are III luslnessforyar lieal* >'- ,! : ..
. I.i ,
ed to \their home In Uartgw last State. *''"'' "" '" *'t"-" Pihecastle '
:: Oranges.Hon. '.
Wednesday'.after a pleasant visit.\ of Bought ..? !. NortH. ."' 1.._ .., " i ,1" ''fc'f' T' "

several weeks with the latter Phone ',our wants, we do the rUDe C. A. Carson was up from LT..... .t '

Medium, and heavy weight TTnUer log; KISSIMMJCK Ditua' ,COMPANY.' KUsimmee last hereabouts.. Monday guying' ups. be $500 ., ; The .Leading:, Drug r'Slpre.': :r ::3j i ..

wear fur<< mea ao0, women at'. KATZ'S.Mf orange crop v
:.... Mr. .I.... MurphyV agent fc'r the ,The orange crop of the C. D. Carollgrove '/Belldlr. Lots,Sit.-", j,, I. i1
risacb-UamAllofrom hi.t .'
-t w
>i-Af' : Is being shipped! to Kisslmmeetothe
; '
-Mutoual-.1J.le..JDd ,led .
rIaL Mal St.
'l.ooatlonL! NortaThlrty.flvo
turpentine farm at. Ashlon Tuesday returned from Lake County; whereTiu Cv-A-ailarBun. packjog' house. ........., !
and went up to Jacksonville 'to attend. bad been working la the interest of There' will be ssveralcarloadsr '" ","'' '" c yvvv vvv%vv% vv. vvyy %vy *.. v .
.. ..
a meeting! .of the turpentine operatorsof hi is company, last Saturday and has J. W. Matchett will ship: hla fruit. to -s: 500" .r<<"' ''M- ; -..- : : 7. ', _

the I State: which la being held .In been spending the week In town talk- C. A.-Carson. It will amount to'about 4 r c.CARBON. Pr'.ld*.t;, 1f.Q.tRYAil: e.ove.,tT "'

that city jtU week. laIC insurance to the people .In attend- two carloads or 000 boxes.-PloecastleCor. ,Ae.... I.... *

Tbe Cash h.rKalo. Storeli'the placeto I ante upon Circuit.Cuurt. and -reports in Orlando epor..a. =.- peeved I.West K''.ii 4 TZZ: "'Bi .
(l'' get Fire work. laving dune a fine business. .I-'. 4 e" l' -it'I'" .
Mr. and Mr, 8. S. Griffin Orlando WANTED-White or colored boy An Oyster Supper.The $500 ... :4 i Waters ,& Carson' Grocery

spent a few dsjs here with relatives. about Itt years of age to workaround members of the Knights of Py thlav : :: ;

. lam we lc_. Mr. GrlOln has recently\ the house and .make. himself useful and their families are preparing 10 'e.... Dwei uu.., Out.beildira. AI ", { ..

, gone Into ,iba real estate business, and {ener.U y. for' a royal' good time at. the Opera 13 a r..l.i iCnttlvatloa : . -'Wol."'. a.4 *.toll. Do.. ..." la .. p
his many friend. will be pleased to Apply to L.. E.. DARBKAU. House next Thursday evening Dec. : Co: .atry. '

',,. know If you that need be! U a making nice band a big bag s uoces.go to E. M.wiring Estes for is prepared electric- to lights do Inside -at.- olpate and 14th.a pleaiaot An. oy' supper evening will bn-served Is anti $ 1 000 : G'R.P. : c' J:iir4":: "; _

KANNIr.JOJ.: for U. reasonable !prices! I All visiting brethren and their families Boarlag. Or*.s. Oror*>l
k Largest collectionof Dolls ev.r It you have any laundry to send are. cordially tnvited. 'good:3 story bore 68acres : !' I . hCOUNTYAesfSPOw '
.land. Coe.try: ., : "' '
-'- .. : 1
-bl'ouW1t TiC KtII.immee .trSMd. away..and.want1h'don&SIo jpjJQbdshapes ". . '
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,4-, New line of fall and..winter, Clothingat t phone the City liakery : .Xefrciiltural"Conventlon.Jachsonvllle. .- : -----;-- : l. "='

KATZ a.Rev. ': 'Itev. C. A. Fulwood. a former pss- I II I J. M. WWLSONU II-A' Celebrated Fertilizers: I :CRATES : ,

. W. J, Austin; wife and baby tor Of the Methodist church here, and + lN; t
came up from Fort Meade Tuesday 'one nf the shiest ministers In the Pl-<-ti November 28.-cap-- ,, .Oil} . rE Tr'
'' night,, and weobo'ut to Mr. M.N.Ovti- 'Ida ';;;i'iii'I' suddenly in tain II. E. Ilo e, Florlda'i' efficient REAL ESTATE. aJr -, 'ClrcrUre: and Prlcos ...: .' ,

streets where M.... AuHtln and the Oualayest. rday while delivering his titate: Chemist, arrived tbz city yesterday X Q a Q o ;, oa : : Per.ieb.d oa Artlicatloa. .
little one will visit while Mr. Austin annual report to the l Stale: Conference.He from Richmond Va., where .be -- /11"v, ,

* is attending the Annual Conference in was 78 years old. had' been attending the seventeenth> , ::t"...
annual convention of tt,. Commissioners < j );..
week Ooala. )
suasion this at ATTETIONFOR
KTZ Is agent for Edw; V. Price & of Agriculture. of the Southern. YOUR HI D E'S. ''F'U JSfSr W O ,OT'; I .. w .

Stanford's line.-of Clothing Is <'{/. the largest' Custom Tailors In !::J'I ate.. .t ; : "j
rlght-up-to-now! In style and.. finish, BlcagOi, would be glad to takejour 'Jacksonville Indebted to Captain A MOMENT 'r, rf'.iI.Ooui'r .

and his prices are right order\ for a fall suit or Overcoat.: Rosa for securing the next annual I < : +
'Prodo p'e-oai
We now.have in stock the finest ; e. : :y-: & ::
Flt -A Webster's'"A BreeivTlroc'J {lev. B. Q. Denham, having closed oonveotlon.otthe association for this 1"": ; ,
line of Toilet Articles shownIn .
i pla ed to a> good house here on Wednesday the protracted services ut the Christian city, for it was through the efforts 'ever ." .. ....;-. ,
backed by the following > city., Among the newest "" : -
nluht. The show Is a. jolly, church last. Sunday left Wednesday of Captain Rose our '

rollicking, farce comedy, full of' funny morning for Auburodale Mr. Invitation from Captain Garner numbers, are: .. .
. / situations and. ''mirth provoking expressions enham Is an eloquent 'speaker,' as president of tbe. Jacksonville
liberally Interspersed with well as a deep thinker; and allwho Board of Trade that. the Commtlon-- COLGATE'S CASHMERE OOoooooooopoWl.Yaoi, [ : .

' good etnglng! and dancing _Tbe audl- have attended the. aenltJe.. "ba.,..eo.j ers voted to come toJacksonvllIe next BOUQUET TALCUM '' '
fence with the his fall and hold Lh annual convention: ) Co.'B
was pleased per j dyed sermons
zor I
formanoe. as was evidenced 'by tne- "Captain R. E. Rote, Richmond I p WDER. ., . '" ..
L. C. Cooklln, who formeriy operated J .
liberal good Va.t Please extend "a cordial invitation
applause an\'bol.t.erou. EASTMAN'S
humor which preyafedthroughout the the-Wblte Starlaundry In this from this Board- .of Trade r.o. the CRUSHED'ROSE ., Tt
.- but. who is now.doing/ a prosperus R'O-i: E: (
show. oily Kisslmmee-is Commissioners of Agriculture the TALCUM.. POWDER, ,. < : R ,, $ .: -
druK_bualoe. at Southern States to meet in Jacksonville -, ... ,' ... .
Let us be your tailor, we are 'the In the city with his wife. Mr. Cooklin next year BEEKMAH'S VIOLET ' ... : : : ;
only agent. for the "-house In was assistant'to W. L. Van Duzor,
\ Presideot"Captain
f -"C. E. GAnNaa... '
.. Uuffalo, Deibecker Bloc & Co.T Fair commissioner of Osceola county, Rose said yesterday that TALCUM POWDER ;;'REAL_ : S;T'A'T; "I ;
ANNEa'&; Co. which made such a fine display at. the : ,
Columbia and N. C. T'' '
which was the best. ad versed 8 C. Aihville MENN AND. ;:
' of U. Fair and effort. "r .
chief to
determined securethe
CaL Wm. H. Caldwell, of all represented. made a ". ,
8. Engineers. came up from Tampa county next convention' ,but,. while he q.. Co'r,
Saturday night; and chartered ,b.noMad. Tampa Times.Uev. was talking. for Florida aDd..JaelraOD'! 1 'All .these are ''celebrated' : goods I

.. Bandar and ,went down to ::1 E. Hi; ,Ilayner paitor of the ville.-;, in came Captain Garner' telegram and are Ernest."ffratifyinir; ''to.'thes .StsacUe Mad eo Or'a.rr.Eery
Hatotineha.. Canal to inspect. the work: Christian Church !tendered. his resig- which aided him :.greatly in.securing :
that baa recently.been done there by nation to his Church last. Sunday, the convention tor this. city.1 , u1. ; thlrijf la '8t* xslls, M .
tbe dredge KI..lmmeetnoommaDd of and will leave la about two week for .The work of the convention was of '. A newarrval| of Scuvenir Poet Rubber-stamps. Line' of '" i 1

;Capt. J. p.' sharp. Capu ,,Caldwell iassaobusetu. Mr Rayner'' has made the utmost Importanoe. There"wereabout. Cards are. now'.in 'and Its a. nice Stencils, Inks, Brushes, Pads \
1 band at' all 1.1_. Linen .
found! the work completed, and was and Is very seventy. delegates in attendance '
pastor to
good Commissioners way to g-et a reply that'-"long- for 'marking sable and _
much the In who embracing .
with manner
very pleased loved bbl.\ *,, congregation, are "
... which It bad been done. The dredgeleft oath to give 1 him up. Hs U an In- of Agriculture .and 'assistants'entO- looked for-Ietter."T r' Unena... >\A.-li. .,. ,

< for the Csloosahatchee. river Tuesday '" defatigabisi'worker. i' and through his mologists and ,chemist. of tb..Southern We are ready, always"" to,do your; ,..-.-. j '
In tow of tbe,,steamer Llllle.Kaoner ., energy and perseverance baa recentlyiad"6ulU'fo group of States. In hla official floss position running. ,to ,Stove;woo4:- '
of State Captain
A Co. Leaders. Jn'lots'pricee ,. '-J l..4eoo in aaatloa KUslmmee the U directly 'Cbeqal"l'r.b the Depart- We win SEr II.b'8toye. ..WOod, t
' "areglad to ; the publbof. finest Church edlfloe Kissiffl ee Dry CO.' *
1' Enounce .
to of Agrkr.iUure,' .and represented (
ered .
freshijlti HU reaton'' for resigning l bt. charge meat to-any part bf U>wn"at
K"almmeeb.t.. in
are getting 1s the. eontinoed Illness of his wife and'baby . . Commlsslor.MMcLln" of Florida ,atUM ,* i. Strand.T;.: MATXAKO. LUHBJOI. , j :
goods .4
every, day giveus a. lair ,1&\\ I eonyeptlon :Phdac w ....' , -'" .i
la the North. i
ibis. 9nly for your benefl'-11' : ,I wh9 art port. ,1.?' \,.... -

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WCOYERNOR= = R : Trtlevea. .Olacovered by .Their Shoes. .J BURNhD ALIVE I ma COLLECTION 'COMPLETE."Don't :: CHEATEKP'OSIJION"

j OF .OREGON I ':'Shoes 'nave played an Important you want another pulleDger : ii.
part in the capture of criminals/ said i or two Noah? asked ODe of the scoffer -

: Detective: William Blrrett of Buffalo. .,, standing on the bank. ,
Makes: ,Use of f l' 'Pe-ru-na' in "Had it not been for"the footwear ofcerla'.n .. "I think: no'," ield Noah casting a
and Crew
: tWeves t.bWould never bar. Boat Destroyed rapid glance at the cages on the left. for 1910 Formally laun h-. '.

:: His For Colds. been caught. It Is not so long ago wiinstorribitt rate. **We bare sneeHneffl of very known ed by Atlanta'Citizans.
Fami1yj "
'that I -and two other were de>jailed on ._ ',. peeies of JJ ,oDke,. .
a case and before we caught our TakIng another'! look at the :fcorlsoa' _ _

man another shov bad been burglar'Ised. :: and remarking that It looked partly

J CAUGHT ..WfUE:; ASLEEPColored cloudy, with a probability of Jooal INDORSED U ANIMOUSLY

"We looked at the mark5 about the towers, be began cataloguing the. ,
window and noticed they were scrap-r'go Trllun V

ed by nails. We ,utnt", back to the Co.k was OpIy.Ons; to Escape Plans of Fair'.Outlined In Resolutlons-

other place and found the same con Furnaconrl.k. of the THE BOSTON MTfttC "
Fiery at Annual' Banquet .of
dltlons. Later we 'went Into a well ,
the "You Mrs. Swellman.
U lng Drowned Hoar of were employed bT '
____ known resort and found a man sittingIn > ". # FUmes. you say" said the houaekeeper. City Chamber of

.a Chair. He had his feat. encased : -.. I'j' "That was your Iao* plane wasn't Commerce. -

in a neat flttlnc pair of *hoe4, but for' I- It?" -"-, '
ha Iud In. Nine person occupying a pullboat '-..,. -:-- .
some reason 'naUs put' the
UAflTOl.", ilDILUIDU. ."Llfo" UKKUUJI: located between "I aaiuredly. do not." replied the.
river whiCh
Mlddlo of approval and cheers.of
heels. We 'jumped' him at and on With
1 '. Pertfna isknown; from tb. Atlantic, to A Letter From thi Ex-OoTernor' .ff opce river and Boston servant maid; ."1 expect': to;
and Alabama ,
<: 'tke discoveredenough Tunsaw: .
., Pci6c.L.ttor. of-congratulation and,, aeeMhlng In bis IOCUCB we -.another.If. really enthusiasm and in themost bethPant
Orton.Tb. get( however,you
. later wIles, above :Mobile wietartffrrfblefate
ommendationteetifying to the merits of loot to ctart a store. He 23 '
Peruna as.S oatarrh remedy are ponrinff in ex-Gorcmor oi Orecon U aa ardeat.: all being burned meant to Inquire if my :Matet' place! ;. assemblage/ .that baa been seen
explained that the nails were put inBis Friday morning,
;. from every SUM in the Union., Dr. 1irtan admirer of Pcruna. H. lte p. i* cootin- '. ,was with Mrs.; .SVellman my reply U lu :Atlanta for many years, "the! 1 10oxposttlon
ually in the shoes' to aid In roof cHmblng. In flre which uestroyqjl
: Ia receiving hundreds of such letters a letter to Dr. to death a .. In tie affirmative."-PaJladelphU '
4 daily; AU elaMwe. write these letters from Uartman, he _7.: "Squeaky; shoes have caused tAe arrest the boat at 1 o'clock.New 'was "launched Tuesday
.tale highest to the loweet. .. STATE: pr OaCooif Publlo Ledger. .
EXKCUTIVE DxrAaTMKMT:: .J f ot several thieves Tight Iii this of the terrible death of nine 1 night During the annual meeting of, \
Th. outdoor laborer the indoor 'srtisan, The Peruna Medicine p.'eclnct The other ,night a thief: '
Co. '
Columbus O.tD.r -two of whom wore white-waabrought
I the men 'which
clerk toe editor the" the tb.1 Atlanta chamber of commerce.
"statesman tr.-I .av Met .cvti.ian .. bought a pair .cheap shoes and theyj! There Is mora Catarrh In this section of
:.i. pre.eher-Il that Friday by Sidney
Pvruna is theatarrh to : Mobile
agree .. ..., '
JPrn. ct.o' In all room
remedy of the The my were very'musical. The man got Intoa country than other diseases put wet held In the dining ot the)
age. stage andFeetram /a.iliy for c*( reoogniunc, catarrh .. their greatst rQD_,...... ......rd.,. I Sieve ...olk.4ecso place. and before he got anything U heart'rl ndIDg. belncurable.. Foes great many years dootors Kimb.ill House About:400 gentlemen!
enemy, are enpecUlly enthusiastic. in $ S. U,..,.otSs.4..U_..,.. his noisy lapel rave him"away and '' or ot'ten. The itory < pronounced it a looal dUaM and prescribed ea''e
their praue and te.tlmon3r.Any four very trwi". ..'. If. Lord he was caught. All clever criminals and tells .of the agonizing cries of looal remedies md by constantly falling to 'Cltileut", presentaUves! of the,,

man 'who wishes perfect bralttr mu.t 'It will be noticed that the Governor have those who were!. caught like rats la cure with local treatment, pr noune d it Inourebla. cream ot, the bu'anelu6! element AtUnui. .-
M entirely: free from catarrh.: Catarrh u, ays h.has not had occasion to iue Pervna a penchant-for buying good.soft Kalene baa proven Catarrh to be a I
I wall-nigh vnivereaU Peruna i. the best for other ailments. The reaiion. for tbi. U, shoes., They pay a good price for a trap and turned to death almoat OQiutltutlonal d.........and therefore esquires I .. &s tueir guu.ts inure wuru'oiJt- I

eafecvard known. moat other ailments begin with a cold. them and they are repaid sometime before his very eyes constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Unguisned! wen from many states, including -

'Ask TOUT for Free Peruna Almanac Wheat escaped-a death by Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cbenvy, A Jo., Hoi lJa :1- It. forUIBJ
,1\0\ Druggist for 1906. by getting ,off with the swag to pay Toledo,Ohio.Is the only ooiutltntloaal care ): Francis -

for what'they spent."-Shoe Retailer: being awake through Illness and the on the market. It Is taken Internally doeee i governor of! Mlimouri and prosIdont I

., crackling of burning timbers warning. from 10 drops' toateacpoontal. It acts dlreot \ 'of the Louisiana Purchase Kx-'

-THE I TRIPOD) PAINTS: FITBpemi neat ,ourect.---No fits or nervousneas 'j I him In time he making his escape _ly'Item on"the. They blood offer....dmnooua"pf&OM,one hundred dollars ot they forany position; lion. William -Cameron, t '

after flrst days us. of Dr. lUIa.'.Great just as the house structure of the oaee It falls to our*. Bend for former governor of the Jamestown .
OUTTJC.AST KervaBaatorer.tatrlal bottlaand treatise free the'occu I, and testimonial Addresi F. J. OlfOUl..j '
precipitating -
.KLL: boat collapsed '
OTHEFtS. Vr.) H. ELIII..Ltd.. t81 Arch! fet..Pblla..Pa Co.. Toledo, O. Expeditions Hon. William L. Frieraon. ,
?: Price Lists and Color Cards' Free. pants Into a fiery furnace below. How .8old by Druggists, 74o. lutlyoror Chattanooga; Hon. L. It.Cbuppull. :.

..been Mount climbed.McKJnley! in Alaska, has never the fire originated .is not known. Take tiall'sFatnL2ti.for? eoaatlpatloa! mayor of Columbus Hoa.K ,

TH TRIPOD 'PAINT'CO.. ATLANTA1 Stewart & Butt by whom the men lI! ll.d Timber. H. KJmcnUa editor of the Manu-

GA. Ure.Wlattow's Soothing Syrup for Children were employed, and who owri tha''craft A new< process hasvbeen discovered frcturera' HecorJ; Major :J. F, Han -

:PPlczA:=: teethlnt.softens..s paln.cures thegvms wind, ednoealnBammao.nalla eollo.IIe.a: bottle. .says; that there had been no for warring against white ants, ie son. T.: K. Scott C. A. Wtckershanj, i

r steam on the craft in three days- pests of the tropical regions. The. J. 8. U. Thompson; C. E. Garner, pros- .

,. Gift* THE ANTI-GRIPINE The salary Admiral of $13,500.of the Kavy receives an annual and (hey were at a loss to accountfor termites-as they are calleddestroythe Idem of the board of trade of Jack

JN ONE DAY the burning of the vessel. woodwork of the finest buildings Boiivlllo Fin.; C. W. Olson president

.. OUA.1VAJCTKCD TO CfJUB. 'do not believe PIa9s Cora for Coosnmo- According to the story as told within six months. Their action Is of the chamber .of cpmmerce of Chat-

IANJ6RWIN'GfttP. BAD COLD HEADACHE' AID REURALSIA. llonbaeane for oongos aDd oolcs.-JOB*. by Sidney \Vkeat, the nlae occupantS Insidious inasmuch the outward
I ; '
J'.Dona.Trinity Sorf.... Ind.. gab. 14. 1900. tinooa... : Tcnu.. and' John I... Parkei.
Mil Aatltpta*lo a *It. of the vessel were dumped Into a red- annearance of tha'Wood does not betray
110- OaU fir the chamber of
r; r.oar MOr-JIIT Bia.CJt IF IT ttOBMa'T cnTBtSU, i.I.t'lildellf commerce :
'XI yr.JMaauer-.Jm>., ataaufaotureT ... the Only ova of about a person in 100 lives to hot furnace without warning and the rottenness within and taejr: of Birmingham

iJ routed ullve. The pull or houseboat ravages If not discovered In time, .
Th. porters of th. market place In The resolution 'which launched the
c..... Blood. Shla : .._ whichthe In lend: to .the total' oll.pse of buildings. ,
'( Part carry strapped oa their backs TESTS OF STRENGTH.: TroabI c: Blood upon men were engaged exposition of 1910 was introduced byK.
rol*... ..,Blood rarlflvr Sometime ago it was suggested that
Psee. out of for
Betting narrow places logs
great baiketa full of garden produce.MOZ1EYS Samson and Hercule decided to I J. Poxon, the newly elected third "
your blood Is Impure. dUeaaed experiments should te tarrlel out by
thin .
Is constructed
/ .!ek fresh fields where they might hot for' full of humors. If yon have bioocpolcoq. rafting purposes, some the Powell Wood Process- Syndicate.: vice president of the Atlanta chamber I
; win renown with their wonderful- cancer carbunelas, eating sores thing similar to a dredge boat, with a of
commerce. -
Ltd. Fleet ]t.C.. )
) feats of strength."Well scrofula,ecsema, itching, risings and lumpsscabby structure for sheltering the machinery atreet Specimenswere i.
'% plmplyskln., bone pains catarrh prepared and sent out to a number The- entire banquet was. marked by .
Sammy old boy, said liar.cult's1 and apartments In which the crew
rheumatlam or any blood or skin disease. of tropical countries. After''a the greatest enthusiasm. There were ;
"what are you going to dO? Botanlo-Blood Balm (B. B. B.) _rd. end emJloyeelillve. In this case those
somewhat protracted trial news has many rouads of deafening, applause, ;--
LEMON ELIXIR. log to direction. Hooa all
a football t aches and pairs stop the blood U made been received from the Madras presIjency anc the patriotic airs that were play ,
1 z..... a M_ aad milHed r.m.d.More strong man. '"What are you. about. to pore and Hob. 1< avlnir the skin free from'.very story of the structure. that the specimens sent there ed by the orchestra were cheered. '
thas K of a Ccatvnr aU..1eIta tackier eruption and giving the rich glow 01 Early Friday morning \\Tieatwho I.I Is >>j
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wonteriMt have ,
'* eRg kaltk.Slr successfully resisted the attacksof Each table was profusely decorated]
perfect health to toe slua i
< vert'.Dd toibowlhatlt "Oh. I think I will apply for At the same
aerrva a
>( pn> position steward on the craft asked another .
4 beano. equat.a cor* on" time B. B. B. improves"tb. digestion{ curse I tho whit. aDt,. The process Improves with chrysanthemums and other cut
'one of
i /MCoutlMUm.. 8111001__ ladi- the American railroad dyspepsia, strengtbona weak kidneys. Jus) workman to get up that morning and I toughens. and strengthens the flowers of the
>I, gMtlon. Ilck.Hse. acb. and' ,.l| to open. the car windows." the medicine for old people .. it gives cook fur rrea localise he was ilL wood. This I. accomplished: b, boll' season while numerous ; t
| other,Ills arlainn from a Packing theIr grip the them Dew vigorous blood. Druggleta SI flags were over the tables and upon .
strong men
t per large bottlo.; with directions for home While laying In his bunk he heard the Ing the timber in saccharine solution the 1;
tor wa\la On the wall behind
TORPID LIVER. sailed America, on the next steam directly .1.
., ? ours sample free and *' noise
prepaid by writing "crackling made by flames and tad afterwards drying it at a high '
er.-Co'u-artu: .Dispatch.-! Blood Balm Co. Governor Joseph M. Terrell former '*
Atlanta Oa.
B..asr strictly a r.gmUbte com Describetrouble getting one, saw the house of the vessel temperature. A revolution- the ex- r
pound. it has no harmful or ___ and special free madloal advice Governor -David R. Francis 'of
.. .plcaaant effect*. lu action ia also sent In sealed letter.' B. B. B. rls especially below him Ablaze. the flames .- '
Seattle bet none the l**.thocoucav The Japanese(Government Is printing a advised for Missouri! and President R. F. Maddox ;
., .rli.... the atonuch and howalaof complete record of the chronic deepseatedeases shooting from ever) point of view. It'
rr war. I of Impure blood and skin disease, Horseback Rid of 800 U1... of the chamber of commerce was'
...., '
all la.ariUn. aad nr ap the evidently been J
Rv and cane after all else falls. burning/ some time The wonderful straightaway '
e.ti. .,..ea to a healthy coo* hob 'eared la M minutes moat hung the flag of the city -Atlanta..
.J, dltioa........_b.sae Uavias even; tb.,fwnoa elites Ie..s.o feclw.. '- ...,. Lotion! never, falls.Sold'by by ; under: the l. Wheat says he rushedIn ride ever macVbya! man was the cal'lop Text of Resolutions. .. t ''I.,

perf_ Ita pert WertectIy..SiL Druggists. Hail orders promptly filled Dogs Have AppendicItis.Somewhat. and yelled to the others' to get of Francis Xavier Aubrey- l-de- The full text of the resolution

[..o. An tUi a urru.,AlU...rnttt.jt b7Dr. Petchon. Crawfordsvllle. Ind. SI. late. but nevertheless' in out as fast as they could. aa the boat rant Canadian voyaceur, and a famous touching the exposition. are as follows

: r OM COM Cosnriaeaa" &.'thirty-seven ships ot'wir the' line' with the procession' fashionable, was burning. pony express rider-from Santa I : -

new United ships.Kingdom- last year launched' 712 dogs about the city have adopted the How maD "heard him .he does not Fe. N. M., to Independence, Mo., In "Whereas. it has been
know but knowing that .' 1S53-800 five days thirteen suggested
fad of having app nd1cltls. and Just every minute mlUJn 1 that an Industrial"exposition.-
: be held
: Taylor'aCnarokee Ramady ef 8w.., Gem at the present time it look as If canine was' a sacrifice he leaped from hours. In U&Z ha had covered the. In Atlanta In '
and Mullen a. Nature's '' the year ItlO. the
great remedy-Cures the vessel Into the river. same distance in. a lltt:. 'ov.r
FRE"EDWATION social -circles will be greatly disturbed He bad no .
Coughs. C9lda, croup sad Consumption purpose'of' ..hl
and all throat and lung troubles. At drug this, winter by the Inconveniences sooner struck the' icy.. cold, water* days, and bU. .record wtes on the elCht'j the-

\) gists ,5o., 80e. sad SLOP per bottle. ) of the malady say. the Baltimore than the bouse of the vessel collapsed er of 1000 that lie "could do It material development of the -

..... '' I *T- . urecinltatfn AnmrAftj! .. vea'lchLM' In the whole resources of the south: and. -
N e. hi. h.inw'. .h.t.
Mr l tke the WINTER<< hived The; &ert.'In
horses short of idb miles of prntalrient business ef'
100 or men Attas
III.. Ajtne a b2oodedEnglish grey air... and In a ,twinkling the '
workwith bole at the throughwI4th
top scene
COURSE: in AORICILTUHE! 'He wet'a .t kF"'DCh Canadian, ta, called; by the chamber '
at .the oocupler-crawls stt nigh bound: Wiidh: belongs to Mr Mary Vnlff was transformed Into' a living ; : of es '
of '-Ko. -600 Ollmor street. Jnferno. light-hearted genial adventurous abaoluelr'fearless. ., rcerce to discuss the practicability
.to alee : .
'l iI; the State. Unifersilj.i .i About'three week ago Miss 'Ann CONVICTED ,( .' For onve time he' nnd the timeliness 'of such an under

.bowedsJgns' of intense-pain\ In herd CROOKS DE.IAHT.On. '-was overland freighter, and he also .taking. It waP ticanlihously decided

/'n... moatka, Jaau.. F.b., x....) dkvoted to .JOYS. OFMATERNITY .. .. So* whined and her owner had made tbe'enormously dl HI cult and l that the movement was both timely
S aO>of voeatloa. will ,. .. .' Expressed: Hope. That He
> your you many her carried to dogh epltal near_Car Would dangerous drive of a flock of' .hM1) and feasible and that If. carried los
aid. Forty dollar will cover .. .-? For.talUun. A iOs' ;'urHCPE Terton. "Meet the Court In Hades. from New Mexico to California across
full $ REALIZED "Appendicitis, said the real.dent ' srccesaful conclusion It would be
Information writs to The pro.
unusual scene of two the deserts Colorado. wadkIlle&jaSantaFMcV1uresLMag
the '
: oj He
) physrician. And It to convicted
.. -so came dnctlva of vast benefit to the south"Resolved ;.
...:..L.5T WART- '-Ath.naaerCONCENTRATED _MravPotts JTellaHowWo Bhoeld ..pass-that_- De underwent treat. nrlsoners-derying' I the..court..jntklne .' ,- ; "ThiI"Ihit- _
Prepare tor Mottterhood ment at the hospital In Calverton.But flight of the Juryj and asking for a cine. the president; and -
president-elect of this chamber -
i heavier sentence) V-HM M I V HH
the canine 0b" re rejoicing waa :witnessed" in a

Vv The darkest days of husband and oboe more for""Ml. Anne has return Ihe superior court at Valdosta. Oa.. The United S: ite leads all nations are of teglIsted'to! select a committee
wife are when twonty-flre of the
they to look most
come forward able

to childless and lonely old ted, having fully recovered. True,.her Friday., when James Kins. Frank Moran In the use of tobacco. Is this because and experienced
age. public
f Cr b'' Many a wife... found herself incapable Termiform appendix was not removed Ed Coin and Jim Ifickey were Americas nerves need more sedatives citizens.
of motherhood owing to a displacement but then the treatment of dogs convicted of trklnir pockets: than ethers, or .retbe nerves whose, duty It'

it of the womb or lack of and human beings is said"to differ Klntt was convicted In two the result of tobacco! sbnll bo to formulate plans for the -

strength In the generative organs.'Jllrs. .- and"was jjlven ten /aid five cases expoxttlon:: and devise ways and means
years, re-
;Orch'ardv4tL. to finance
For fifteen years no suicide pf a I Rtnjctlvelv. Jlft was Indignant tt the THE' "COFFEE HEART.". enterprise. -

Jew was. recorded lathe seven great d'ntenoe and asked 1 thfl court to' Im"- ft !. .. l>mmrroo. .. th. Tob>cr .. .. .rWhhle BANK ILLINOIS '
the mOlt I f'O'9 Hie IN tXXJTEO.
districts that comprise populous dmth! ,itontenre unon himfine . Heer .
: parts of cont'dl London. -, ItPssti thf hone -- --
'woulrt: r,..,t thft' court In hell." ; "Coffee, heart" 'If common to many Robbers Got I1JDOO.! But Overlooked a ,
Aftor > ,,
. '' _HSrH.! .1i"e.| -- More--VaIuabIe-packag.--------
STOPS BELCHIICBf'ABSORPTION J1'rIT11t"v"ii'I Tv n ten and five owucrjfrthis' or her. long home If the, The American

-NO, DRUCS-A. _NEW, METHOD. "irs.-hn' nM fllfO foot Mi-t T )b..v. |v..... Browns. Illinois!!, a Tillage t4.mileswo .
A fbi ., Wafers | cnnvlrfnd 1 by or tottyysrdi and find out It your -
fr.i-Have Yo. t of
"' .ateZa.I..U. Mt. Cal'
i.e $ was burglarized
a '
llIt'.r'tq ". heart troubled.
... Ston a.h Trcabl; Ifraalar rBnpratp"Pd Is A lady who was ..arlv .
--i.( .i Heart Dl. BpaUs. Po'i* nnrl .Ti'", HI'Ir'!,. worn each once ii victim lr the "coffee heart" Tuesday morning. The burglars'e"ctirod !

Snort Breath. 0.. .. : irlv-n t..n *..
: :[. A, SPECIFIC. FORDYSPEPSIA tha Ito_.' pet wIth. nl )Hr.tfi.: tx.1 V.t8 of "circus harg. have>|been a habitual user. of coffee ':!.500 which wan concealed under the -

Bitter Taste-Bad Breath. Impaired Ap ,visitors sevArel wp.'rs;, ,.qpn all iny life and have suffered very carpet of tfca floor of the safe.

.patite-A feeling of fullnese, weight: and much In recent years front ailments
, pain.over -tbe stomach' and heart ooetime. MORE OREGON LAND which I 'Ijpcame satisfied were directly BURIED ALIVE AND RESCUED.
nausea and also FRAUDS.
:SICK HEADACHE 3 vomiUnf, fever and I -
sick headache: ? due to the poison In the bertrage, sucha --

, CONST.PAtlON.: What eaoacs it? Any one or all of theset School Lands torpid liver and indigestion which Macon Negro l la Jevered
Are Sold by
Through Bo Palling
4' Anna Potts Exeeaaive' eating and dnnking-abuse of In turn made my complexion blotchy

,1"* *\ft;' ,Tbe three VIUs'; that make life .'bosdess spirits-anxiety and depression-mental ..f.fortmental' gus Certificates, 'and. tIlll dr. Earth, But Was Rescued.That '

j,BM1In.remed,..- la use for almost worry and physical fatigue- Far more serious than any previous "Then he was burled
' heart alive
'. z.. dlatresslrjg bad insufficient food-a.den.ttry habit. my became affected. It and then s.
estoiJ gold' by all druggists. pains, aeoompaaled by offenalva dlachavrgeS absence of teeth-bolting of food. development of tbe many land frauds would beat most rapidly I just after I disinterred. alive was 'wh&t'Jim King

'::4 'CRAB ORCHARD WATER 'CO. 1> and gen ral1y'' by irregular If yon.suffer, from this alow death perpetrated' lu Oregon are charges drank ruy coffee, and go below normalas of Macon Oa.. had to be thankfui
let .
and aend
scanty menstruaUon Indicate a dis va Jo" a &10. made In letter to
, It, 7': ... .., placement'' or; nert degeneration ,of pie box: of Mull'. Anti-Uelch Wafers abaolately Chamberlain a Governor George tbo- coffer effect .wore off. Some for Thanksgiving King I. a negro 1 la- -
r -- the womb and anrroundJug free. No drugs. Drags inJure*Lb.stomach. by State Agent Oswald times my pulse won Id' go as high IIi .boreron the'new 'sewers" belng
The question that troubleswomen .- : West who Asertsthat by means: of 137 beats to the minute. My family down In the'IUlnexed

:;; WEBSTER'S : '. 1s how can a woman who hassome /.- It .topa'by belching abaorbmg aad the cures foul odors adiseasedstomAch from' urged ,certlfl!<>ates of sale. of school were. greatly alarmed IIt condition, Thursday morning ha territory and. ,

male trouble bear healthy children? undigested food and b, imparting activity finds eastern bankers have been swln- and at lam mbtlier pei-snaded me to der was caught ,un

INTERNATIONAL ', ,Mrs. Ana*Potts of 810 Park Avenue to. the lining of the stomach,"enabling it dIed. out of large sums o( begin the use of Pontuni food (.olft' a big pile of-earth, .which-'caved

Hot Sprinrs,'Ark.;write -- to thoroughly mix: the food with the gsstrio Mi. West'' stated money "I gave up the old coffee entirely and ln-Br__ bard work he 'w... dug out before -
; loicrroi Mr Dear Uim.riakham. juices, which promotes digestion and cures the forged ..b.oll1l'Ialld, life was extinct
i ? and
6 the d_. certificates made Postuni my sole was found
Durlns;tbe early) part( ..."a.nWl1M I .- are '0' well executed that to be
waedaUoateinhealUtl both my husband aad SPECIAL Orn.'ftaul. price of It Is distinguish them from I tale beverage. Tills was six: tnonlhf\ suffering from a broken thigh. -
: I were very aa-*caae for acaud to tifae oar ,Mull's Anti-Belch Wafers i. 60c. a box.1 but .the ago, and all mr ills the indigestion He was sent to the hospital.
bonae.,bat I bad two could 'to introduce, it to thousands of suf.rer. originals. Inactive liver and
., ThEBEST, not carry.>. sa kl to. m'-iN tibor we will send'two (2) boxes upon receipt'Of hale rickety heart action, ...-
-75c. _d this adVertiaement. passed awa", 'and nip complexion
owbo ava4 or we will EXPLOSION KILLS TWO MEN.
; CHRISTMAS Vecatable Cxmnx-ndadv&- _toy JL. I send you a sample free for this\ coupon.i CONyiCT MAY BE BANKRUPT. has become clear1 mid ha ural. The ("

''CUd co aad __ fel' thaI I irowinromg. THIS Oma: MAT MOT APFXAB AOAIIT. .---- Improvement set in rrry soon after I -
:i.t .QrFT; & my'h v n aM bckMh.. lift Important : made tbe change Fatal Accident Occurs In a Power j
.... I"Iroei4 __ b.orlng.dowe. p.1.. aadWt Decision by Judg. of the Just as soon as the Houe
I Ute &w, wnms.4 -WhbiD.. ir. J ,l26 _, "FREE. coupon. ,12$ rd"J' .Court. !In Tennessee. coffee polsonrhaU time to work out of *.In Washington.r :r -
....., d . '
I tne snotimid. or a'bta'nL bisithy J my system. Two., men"Wednesday w'.r. /killed/ -
-- .. be I tbajoy oC our boma."' Lynla.. Pins .Send' thiscoupon vita your name .Aa int.restinl'ca..b.. been decided "11)' htwband. lisa also bc .
UOG /Cunt Vegetable: Oosnponad ae>eartafaly'sphavikt a to and ad..... and, Plot.of a druggist In. the benefited n'l1'.tt7.! a.nd'three seriously injured durlngtheL'same -
r remedy,'... STwfab.every wane who does not sea it tot a free sample .federaVcourlat'Nasjp9: : ;; / bytbe u.. of Pp tum.. and afternoon i ,
I who waats t.beesaa*a msthwou'd.yst.rtnty' H* box ol Mall's -&*tt-1Wck Waists'teUCIA'SGairv'Tono TGn*.. It. wai. declared, we flnd that a simple breakfast with by an\ exploslon'ln. ,<
IL Aetoal la .-----.1 j.. among.other Fostnm Is satisfying' sad Potomac electric;, ; the -, -
woman is-very Third things/'that'" a ." more .let"ina, become strengthening ban oone" of, Fourteenth and B :streets, -*. U any woman th1aU'ahe..ner-. ,Ave. Bock laiand. ;. the old heavier ,
I-lie,..Ia. bow......,..1 Lydla.g. iPiakfcaasfa;. ;t bankrupti: ttl;Wat'.JiJ, domlcllei'tod I .:Ju-:' m aL Wit used to have with the other aorthwest, . t, -- -
: J'1 ........,...Yi4\ I IIfWh aDd Qi'M" 1(diction are Ii tie district kind of The
.-- Vegetable Cosnpouod write' to Mrs. . In whlcn coffe-: 'Namv'gtrea'by'Po- explosion! 'blew! ,,off .th. head. ,of,. -
. ._ ................. ,Plnkhskn. 'xre.JI..1, Her adviee .W y M? Js.'ImN1aoa.ed'' ab4..;' convict, hi tam ;o., Battle Creek.; Michr V? a'! u-ID cylinder on. ;\the main .steam.

..C.l ....seopeota.nt, ; I or wovld-be mothers.1Of' j I JMI tfruggista- ,.>Ma.* 'lw Mr ei. Tennessee..Is I entitled t*' homestead I: ,':, There's, a.....80D.Bead th,|(ittfi( 'loo.;I t e.I'; The'.damage! to< the 'plant' 'wancomparatively' 4

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SUNG 1 inatbeeforeftpata Awhile the' spirit(,of SHOT AND; SHELLS. : 4

A ORILtlANT _SERMON 8Y God and the spiritual life have been
h -
THE REV. relegated to a secondary place. 'The ,
C.. R. McIALt.yti .
result hu been both /0'
' .. i t evitable. .* Hurled Upon Sebastopolby

0.bje.ti Spiritual "vTmlilB.'i +: Honor virtue and all the 'spiritual "

grace have been readily sacrificed to Mutinous Warships. :. Your .PIou.r'Goes IttDIJ a
the insatiable greed for .
day gain but the k t
.I .
ew ;Tork Cltr.- morning. In handwriting of God-Is upon the wait
the Sixth Avenue Baptist Church the "Be sure your sin will find yon out" Further

p.etorthe Rev Charles U. MtNalta 1* an old adage but true. Man cannot : IROOPS..,SflOW. LOYALTY

preached on the abject, "Tlie Spirit continue forever to disregard God ,
God and Spiritual Worship." The text without having ultimately to reckon Her*'* a pointer on getting wore baking to the ONE fill

wan from John iv:23-24: '*Tb( hourcometh with Him on the basis of the deed Fort of the City Replld 'dollar from rout flour. 'Us GeW XawJaTbaklng\ i 5POOf l I,
and now" It when the true done In the bodJr-' ..Sonl. Instrument ValiantlyFleroe powder, which raiM the.dough better iiyraraa
worshiper ball '' In .divine Providence will vindicate Bombardment and Are Reported light and
'worshIP the Father the crisp baking, develops all the nutrition e
In spirit and ia'4rathr for the Father requirements off. the spirit Cod and to Have Won q oldMlIir. No chance to poif a batch of.baking

eeketh such to worahlp'ftm." '"God the spiritual life: Wbt'-n-the finger,ot a ..; with' 0.-1.. lark baking; powder for you lean: .
1* a spirit' and they that worship lllin God through com stalwart' Nathan 1* Victory: . alway depend on its strength. You know Just ' ro 'n 7
must worship Him In spirit and in pointed at the sinner,' it matters not 1 bow muck raising power there Is to a spoonful '

truth Mr. McNalJy Mid: whether be i* a king upon:hi* throne i no sa-wcx-k..pao soggy dough no wasted flour '

| These word might well lead into be must listen to the "Thou art the A St Petersburg special Bays: 8etustopol -
the byway of philosophy. That,'bow.. man wherefore hast thou despised
ever. enjoyment which we do the word of the Lord to do that which wa the seen of a deeper; GOOD CHMOR NDwe

1 not now intend to permit ourselves to Is evil In His .Ihtt" and in deep contrltlori ate battle Wednesday between the r r

Indulge In. .We might with profit of soul be must cry. out for mutinous sailors and* the troops It ,,
i point out;from these word that the mercy and confess "I have sinned 1
man ot old did not''think of himself against the Lord.'" the fort on' shore, During the battle

,nat as man thinks of blmself to-day. Not only 'bate men as; individuals b6 town and tbs fort were. : bombardei LUCK
f f r outside of his Imme ,hl environment. material, and to bllndnes toward''the : by the gun of'the cruiser ,Otchokoff -,

and of that chiefly from-'the point of spiritual but tbe church herself has. which shortly'' lay a burning' .
view of its relation to his bodily needs. become too' material in the expression .la sold at an honest price-only tea cetltapet pound can. ''J 9,
Ills mind did not grasp the thought of which she has sought" to give to the wreck oa Ad i1'JtyPoInt) Its huh Notice this coupon with picture.eta freight car.' Yon will find one on the back of every caaoutside. d'

the beyond or the hereafter. His dead religious Impulse. Too much of stress r'odled with ,ah lla and its' flauntinged Cut out the coupon. Inside ol can yoa
companion was not thought of has been and Is laid upon form end will find the Good LncEJf**aL Pick from Uie
essentially different from as that being organization and not enough upon the* ensign of r voluUOD.hauled down SohY.OOD BAAING POWDER t)i ot. gift,book the premium you want and we will stud,, :?:'h

which be war In life. Ills horse, his spirit.. Not until tbe church: comes Many of the crew of the Otchakoff I CUT OUT VMiaCAM AND SAW( IT. TMtT AAS it to yon la exchange for your coupons
tool., etc.. were burled with him again to the aide of Jacob' well and |AOOO rOn VALUAALC**TIC &L tX* LIST M '.
bears afresh the sweet emphasis of sere killed'or wounded. ,
with the belief that in some unseenbut
material paradise, or hunting! tbe Man of'Galilee upon the essential According to one report the barracks .

,5 ground be would lire had lived; spirituality- God and the supremacynnd mutineer
of the curie
prlorf'.y-'of' the spiritual can she ; was
needing( and using the Mme thing
. .
ever enter Into her of J.
Man doe not view full heritage ty storm after the ,Diu.Unou'Sleet. '
now so himself. ,
oS! He no think of himself divine It< I I. Wgh time that : W IN C H :E S 'T'E.'RRIFLE 1 t'&Compa{
longer a* a we Bbonl.d haves done with the befogging .vtnlch. 1* said to have nutnbered .ten AYl i y
unit. He I* dlrlded. Ills body, I is one
and .befooling effort' to meet vessels, had surrendered and the AN6
thing and his mind or soul Is another. PISTOL OAnT.RIDQBS loooxaaou TO' -
tbe requirements-of that God who 1* I'
spirit.Man still Deep views within himself the loners a* body of and his spirit, with substitutes that"are merematerial' whole position 1* now. lathe hands Winchester Rifle and Pistol Cartridges of all AVERY C MCMILLAN.

foible It is the inners of' of the troops, under the command of atoulh rorsytk ss.,Atlanta Ow
own nature he feel that while they calibers 'are loaded .by.machinery which, sixes B1.0S
the soul that God desire and requires.It '
are doubtless closely associated, his Is' a damning folly to offer any sub General Neplueff. the shells, supplies the exact quantity of -ALL KIMM 01''MACHINERY- ,
body II 1 thing and his soul
one quite
another. This distinction did not appeal .Utnta for that sell which God has Owing .to the Interruption of the tel' powder, and seats the ballets properly;. By .r

to the ancient lie knew nothing destined. for Goodness eternal, fellowship not goods: 'char.enter Withhimself. ejraph detail of .the battle are dlffl; using first-class materials and ibis up-to-date

of line of was a child.the simple unquestioning .. not- each; piety not nretense; cult to obtain, but. the system of loading,'tho reputation of Win.*

sincerity not sbami: these are thesacrifices Chester Cartridges for and .1
The religions impulse however hen naval general staff the battle wa accuracy, reliability
God who .
always been !an! Integral part of !human acceptable to that excellence is maintained. Ask .for them.
Is a spirit and who would be worshiped tegun by the troop off chore who
life, and bee in one form or another
sought to express Itself. Crude In spirit and with reality. .,. opened Ire on the Otchakoffwhfcn THEY: ... 8H00'T_ WHERE_ YOU ,HOLDA
rthough it may have been In Its beginnings Another truth 1* placed beyond peradventure "oc defiantly displaying the rod flag. .i
by these words of Jesus;;
the consciousness of God- bas --
Tne commander of tbe Otchakoff. '
True Is not matter of locality -
worship a
never ben absent from the human 'Lieutenant SERIOUS LOSS. China'* Vopett; door" hi now.propp4ride
or nationality or sect. Men love todistinguish Schmidt, immediately fcottpted '
When it first It seem "I tee that the ot Madison
mind. appears mayor by the Anglo-Japane al
themselves by- some djstlnralshlng the' challenge replying with open
'to bare been anthropomorphic '
materialistic or Wls.
will congratulate'and ha. ordered the police to hoot liance.
in the grossest sense. Gradually msrk.and both batteries., one trained on tint
flatter themselves that it In someway college students who do not behavethemselves.
there was the development of a makes them superior to their tcwn and the ,other .on the Fort Alex ." ULCERS FOR THIRTY YEARS r

tendency to look in upon himself and brother man It he is white, be congratulate seder batteries on the north shore. "I don't think that'., at all right "
with this tendency: man cattle into post Reliable Friek Engli ee. Bellera
himself that be Is not 'bln'ck. to ta.a .. 1wla.L.d ,
According. a more detailed report One of those careless. policemen PaUfnt KnptlK Wm* *
session ot tbejdea- of an Inner thought '
1)Impel I .... .I Wheat eparater ,
If he is black be congratulates 'received
from another I I h
elf. Thus mind, or soul was distinguished source, might shoot a. valuable football player .r ,
f that his eyes are more shiny and'his .... ....t'J''. n
from the external or material teetwhiter. Doubtless; demonstrations ana purporting to come from the'adrolralty by mlstak""Cleveland .Fiats'. I : r
and a conception- of God became and sects have served some the battle began at 3 o'clo kW'ednelldltJ' Dealer. Another of those remarkable aura by I
both possibility and reallt The development Cuticura. after doctors and all. eiss! bad city
a )
If had but learnedto .
good ends, but men afternoon, when Lleuten
Moss of
of this distinction, be i failed i. testified< to by Mr. M. C. ,
clearly traced In the Old Testament.For sweetly\ Insist upon the trutb fortroth' tnt Schmidt, not receiving a reply to HIS QUALIFICATIONS. Gainesville. Texas in the foUowu&g tettcn
sake Instead of llqlng tip I the demand of tht mutineer SenIor thinktttat ,"For thirty 1 suffered from
many -centuries the Inaterlallrtlc against: their fellows In war paint, and opened Partner--I ,, offte over years
was the dominant one but alongside with tomahawk in band In utter-disregard Ire-.from a fleet of ten ships. ,, to boy of OUR. -would make a good po painful ulcers and an eruption from doer myknees v.. .. ... .
of It grew up a religion of the spirit. of the true spirit of the gospel which the northern batteries at Fort liceman. 'ton nor to medicine feet and to cooM fialp find m. until 1 used vest mrwya SAW IHL wUarg EA

'. In The the former orn te find, formal its highest worablp expression of( JuflaIsm. I the millennium would be much nearer Alexander artillery posted on' the Junior Partner--Because why Cuticora Soap. Ointment and Fills, which .' Engines and Boiler uppil**> ,
than It 1* to-day. Argue ftI best we bore and several Senior --Because ke's never . months. h.lp I" m. '
The' religion of the law with' vessels which retrained Partner eared me in six They promptly. shingle "Mill, 'Com Milks".
the essenceof religion I I. a spirit
all its material accompaniment wa in may harmony, with' tbe'Infinite spirit; a loyal replied: around when wanted.-Chicago 1 the very first tints I aNd them, sad 1 am, Circular .aws.Ssw T* thPatnt Doggy. ,

s the effort of the human mind to grasp spirit to whicb .eallty fact: truth. I* During the naval battle the sailor New': J. ,glad to write this so that other afferinjas Steam Oevernorsv line .Enflnee a;
I did be saved from miMry.
' *. the thought of God In the term of the supreme consideration. To truly on. shore entrenched,,In the barrack may Milt'eapptle&'send for free Catalesci ?:

_ the material. Within Judaism there worship God is to pay to Him the defended their position with machine IN CONSTANT'ACOMY.. The cost of get out has not. ,
was the development of, the religion homage of reverent thought and feeU increased ia Miiiaiiaippi. ' :" L W.:L.-, A5'y
of.the spirit. The prophets were Its ing. and of filial trust and love. Tbe gun and rifles against the attackingli'fantry. a oat Trrgiwl.a'. Awful ''01_... :

messengers, but the people persistently After an engagement la.Une TIo_.. Yld..y '....I...., FEW'
real temple of God Is a human heart: ; A '3' '3.00 SHOESa, .
tamed away from.,, tbrm, ad from wherein tbe spirit of a man meets In two and a half hours with the OtchakoO . W. L. JaCkwa,, merchant, of ..Parkersbargj .
tbefe message .. ; -of God W., Va. : "Drtrlng about I CUTTING V. L. Douglas 4.00 out KdBe Ltn*>
......---.- ., sbfeklnph presencetbe Spirit riddled .and ,on flre..: and thrutser say 1'
cannot be at ... :
me.&e.Th.eoD.erl.tton'orJelluwltb.lh. equalled any prt.
-worahfp-au4'tJlHl1.-vor.hJper! pet'-1Utd-tftother '.-vesaesunk. -In ,bad _- eat b ..r REMARKS
the wellsldo 1 interestingand --
God seeks. - t
She Lieutenant SchmIdt who brought kidney troubles 'TL ;,a saw la lo...L.1& '
instructive In many ways. halbean' : perT poM
Again true worship Is tbe great on ''ae,, it rt Isneered .tgwM eat *uU7.. i was a woman and the strain of human solvent of life's enigmas; In one, of badly wounded.surrendered the \" awl cot wtlb.ary..._to MIa. ,
.:; 'y?);>:X"*;n.tnre"'lII very marked her life all the psalm credited oT'Asopb be seek entire squadron. .The mutinous sailors twentyyears J Prefer",* AtktnaBaw. Ue blade
la shown "the fact that when Jesus with .lIa.I: I. BtMl'V. raeofBiMd the
_ :", ,to express the doubt and difficulty on shore surrendered to the Brest an.Blelostok i world err a* fix aereieible
\Jr(t: illiad l her cornered and Taws to face with that possessed big mind when he cramping pain ;n .t*> mad In anetoat modra. s 1 '
herrln she wes like many who bavefollowed IOU lt.! to explain,the prosperity of the I, regiments.According '1 the hack and urinary .ime.."Ini.........11rNI..M.10. +'
ber. anxious to divert the'ieonvtrsatlon of to this report the Pan: disorders :X. often '-. .. ithdd.sbape.Inng.dp'ien.p ''
. .. wicked. It Is sorely ft source constant tl/J tbaa hey mbar B.*. IM
from considerations of such question to -a thoughtful mind Ulelcnon (formerly the Knlaz Fotemklne < had to ret rap a dozen blade tapers perfectly 1 from thick to

a personal nature to a religious, argu that the' wicked flourish while many \ ) was injured 'below the waterline time at'nicht tc uri, thin, from handle. tip Thus$It
Icr niM ** Ij
ment. Jesus OIl1n&, her own.thought righteous are constrained to live Iacomparative ,, and' a torpedo boat/was driven i nate. Retention! set sad"d't Ita Mmpw ilMrfMit. -
imparts. to her the deepest lesson that If not quite penury. The In. and I w-* obliged Wbaa bunt by a eroolrad
hasever. been uttered 4n tbe realmof -How Is It -that iifrhore on the rock. 1 lane, It prams Into(hap*without
to the .
i-l'lIlr1on"1 When the woman would God somaterialagood I<> constantly minIsters No. details of the casualties 'or of 'I took to my bed and use the> doctor catbe'er.falling We Tile make Atkin.bawet.-sddealtbastela'el...., .bet oul] ne
have Him discuss the relative merits to the wicked and unworthy.," the damage suffered by the town am " alll'E&DcI.- .

_ ___ __.oOormsl Jud sm....vpon or formal her, the Samarltanlsm. -full- In..honest doubt many heart have .obtainable."Communication". Io.-hel3begu PHI. The urlue using'Doan's soon 'came Tree.1y Kidney - Borapwn..."Ine., ....... aN eold"by all Pwlaetloe|..... bard"...... ,
He turned
.. asked "Why "wlUf "UUI- ... '" doalera. Catalogue OB ra.oetb A
truth and declares. what "onUlde sgata; ..ndtLepaingraduallydiappeared.
light ot divine who so unequally distribute his blessings ;NAIf
the world has all been too slow to !" This was the difficulty. of tbe morld ceased at g. o'clock Thursday I'' have bee'i cured eight E. C. .ATKINS ,: : : :.. .

learn, that Judaism and Bamarltanlsm psalmist. He thought 1 f f ternoon, when a strike was called lathe years, and though over. 70,' am a* ac r.g ...._ la.tae WwM.BY ......

are nothing, but that the religion of to understand this shut It was too hard general telegraph office. By. i tive'as a boy." F_s1 Ea-- Oa.ew.. Lissit.aaiq . w.L

the spirit alone I I. essential religion. rot me; until I went into tbe sanctuary itse however, the management *u> Sold by all'd.alers. CO cent k I box. I 1/If0.. .
God is spirit and 1* not to be worahiped God understood I the "- .. ... :A 0 1 "
of tbeq seeded In ster-MUbu.n Co.. Buffalo K. 3f. e.aid T""". ,tai. ) Oi' f
by men's hands, or any external : : end of these men." When the psalm reopenIng. cable. short :$10.000 tI".gtM'7"w: : :-ra
iv after A... Aapsa5.6.iirr: W., .ti.Atti.tln.d. ,
form whatsoever lIe 1* confined nlrltnnl fellowsbip (! telb '
tat entered Into ----- .
Tallest among pole 10,5.50 sr.. .... by tbslr.m
to no mountain top no temple with God and aw'tbeldii of that Tbe navy departmentclosed, not raised at ITfra'combe. in' En I COOP DCALOa .ell**!__,...._r flttlne;,..*sanMHeraamUltM _......
wall inclose Him. Immaterial andImperceptible God In all Hi spiritualbeauty: there rnly; :to the public, but to the officer one Just it- -_ ,lY rM lb..M ..... aJcotuM ...... '
which stands IK feat I inches to ,. ...
nil land w on taM M
. .o' the ,aense He his soul the reality of , __ .
dawned upon -- ,0 time.tint .tf _
except those of the general staff ..Nmcer'lI coat yew fl.O t **-1
.. all thing' with Ills being. He knows, the larger trutb. that God's greatest above ground. -At"4t-05)): ..n._lalbe OI"-.l'!.ceeld tab ,...i
feels, and will lie seeks those to good Is not material good. His richest ( official statement on the say ****? .* Broefctwi, :' =
nature fashioned subject of the battle PEAS draw from the tb. vr.rM ..d.i' teal ...k\ ; flee
has given a lands or at
whom He gifts are not house*, or Sevastopol 'riilOW nitrogen em." ..da
In Hi own Image to be HI mines,.or stock HI richest gift. are Wednesday has been Issued and t a lr a;D..g=.-.ct. mtt 7a'S)
_. __ _, who. have of war W. U .-._ SJJO .
-' -worhlperLOnly those tho4whlcb bring the.Inner spirit I t-bllc remains hi the darkrcompr6 . J !!I. airin=.. Jf .BUM....._ Ie the....... -
nlm-.U'-tl1l'1-lnlinlte-- with-41- sufficient
learned to know ; man-Into.1'ertpc.'t' harmony- lbflr content with--;-the couiitteeeflora l JargemountSa, If 1 s.sld.b.w rya tfco,lfan-.e i
Mind or Supreme Spirit'can'bave'' fellowship vine heart. No wealth or. pelf ('anea.e ..... -!. .y ......,. aod..
with Him; and -this because a restless conscience or lift the which are /In" circulation.! It Is ri : 150.hooyes re._... ..Wi I

such worship alone correspond with burden from a bereaved hearty Duly ported from a semUbmelal< 'sourcff- POTASH and phosphoric : acid l are supplied ..... .--awn as "' _.war ..II.,_ i

His nsture. .. God con nil to overflowing/ the\bumau tI at, although the Otchakoff. the . .:..toe latrlroaM..raJM the*. My. ,
It take the world a long time to soul with that quiet and calm, that ,.,. .t ..Mtbaaaariu***...t. < ,_ -
and to make all Ufa-a Tnleper and a transport were set on the '. W
outgrow materialism, grow peacefulness which to plant. DJ
fl-t. and sunk 553853
into the thought of Christ. The pathof IOne.- during Wedneada, bat _
history has led 'Into deep valley Doe your heart cry out tor 'nod? tie.all the mutineer. have not yet cur 'OAUTIQN.Wneirt vpoa)fcavtow WL.Do jKlai
and over the mountain jMakThertf Would you know hat pence which endered. The multitude of purposes :served. by the. akoaa, Take subo&j..... Mono snotesrttbovt
bis .
have been time when If aeemed that posseth. knowledge? ',[he..-be'ntsn ta I aamaud Aabodeatorua pl-lM stMipod.ryt os>tvabem bottom.wNTEou iy

the race wee about to move out into amore that these.blessings 'can come to your w.XL Doacla., Bboee r..a aald. Jell line eimplee
spiritual! thought of COIL .Under life only a* you recognize the eternal MISSILE THROUGHOAR WINDOWOf remarkable cow pea, are, told. in the6,5-"pag: sass tnt to*tmpeottot .po '....._ i y

the leadership of a Paul an Augustine reality of tba_spirltunl and-placdng tile I 'fat Cflr lg'lu_/ Ut*mill''(raw M.m/ir
a Wesley. the the kingdom of ",'JVn&e f..r IllnetraMil Cataloe of Fall Sgl.a r
Calvin Luther or tint emphasis upon
a a Which'Pr..ld.nt which
dawn of a brighter )"-seemed at God and the spiritual life seeks to live Spatial Train on illustrated book"The, Cow Pea; ;also. TT.t.rTTVrtilB. Miinbleo.tom .

band, but from these mountain peak In perfect ''.'nnnv with tbe divine : Was Traveling.-; t( '

the pathway has Invariably led down.. mind. Some unknown person hurled a : obtained
tells of the from
Into the low vale of tbe material and splend'id''results, : .
iron bob through .window
sordidly! heavy plumb a .

"."XavJ .Jndced.... .now are ,_ TTi. rprligs af K.K. of joneof .tHe car on President : 1
--- -- & we. t }., fertilizing cow with POTASH. The book .
) hair toosevelt'aspecial -train Saturday peas .
for 'the dawn of the brighter day The surprise of life nlmnyi comes 1- ..... .
bardly appeared in oflf of those mar finding bow we have willed the things night on the run from' Princeton to .

terlsllstlc swamp, from which arise thai have lain nearest to us; how w. Washington., No one wo hurt. is free to farmers for the asking. FOR WOMEN,. ."

the miasma of sordldness worldllnessand have gone far away,to seek that which The, Pennsylvania- railroad official :? "" 1; tie.ew our tDI pe.n.f te'"' .

sin. That this I*peculiarly hue and wa*' close by our side. nil the time and.'the' Philadelphia police au orlUe-: -- -A<-. .*..GERMAN EAU WORKS. UeQ w need u. door. M earn ...ra
ot America not without cause Men who live best and longest are apt In effort to HwYrfc-V' __- fctnct. w "' .....,0.-12"go.Breed .- . w\_-.- ..e.
explanation. Never In the history of the result of their living, to have united a determined a ( aJa'' ;wwl
the world has It been given to a na- to come as break up the practice of throwing mla aaieams emreeliionniitiiwj aaaaaaalcatattb.txabjt w
. that life fs not ont.v.rlcb- ; .
conviction aom .
the *powder M dinalma hi
'. tlon to enter Into the rich heritage that er but simpler than it seemed to them piles at train, and a thorough investigation SCHOFIELD'S: ,SONS. CO. .a-k.M m tu wttn rlieiel..MI. baii| aaicidalaad paM

.... baa been our*. Th pat hundred d first Men go to'amabor, seeking i i. In progress.SMITHVILLE . *r mnmMAtm Ugald&MiaepI.b.faalfT;
;year has been period of discoveryand and happiness. It seems MACON' QEORQIXe '?'I'OII-T! Arlo WUIeN'a'lQAt.rises
after peace .
'' in that -'T'uraUcUdnam.MaMiakM.VMS'
; development. Discovery; to them ..'.Sf It were far away from ....... Dee ... ...ei BesMwetl.. .. Pius.
:America and the world baa become them; a* If they must go through vast DI8I'EiNSARY'OUT.,, ENGINES 'f U. />XTMI ea_ aair ,a.eve,vaIeti.
censclou! of the' almost Inexhaustiblewealth ._...... .....ions to.apt It. They .. ....
sad ,
. unfolded within 'the bosom of a uauKv n.-- j ...
': her rivers her forest and must pile tip wealth.of they ml.bllp-lJ\Jard.. must see E! etloi., Results In Abolishing '.the r BOILERS, . .' 11Y.sI

' '. her field and her deep hidden' mines every possible danger Whiskey Depot. .
. bltTe !! !
peace .Rills
1 before they can
., Wealth i i. the handmaid of comfort;of ed against how, many old. men baa >t come ,;,The 'SmlthvUIe, ,Ga.. town council TANKS, ,.e. ', '
ease,' of luxury and many other things, Upon that peace .has ordered an election; determine 'saIs: ... ., I. 5 fe .-
urprl e
with a',. strange qr .. -.. .,
human ,
rI the
,, and these. are sweet to. .mad,rush to should come to rich or. poor'only with bra'vote of the citizens whether'or' TOWERS, ..1-: .. .. Trialtrat .
rert. There ha* been a ;
might M
... .." lay hold, upon; these readytobandsource contentment and content tbat.tbev at tbe rot! .thedl.pen.ary'which: :iwas, estab.tubed J.-athle

:' of .wealth..' With ,feverish ln well have. been have made a long lone: Ii 'about two year ago should be" 'STACKSnanufactlirer. ..'K.e+fraim> au..w..Tu n1 nn "yI n.+. ---- "
life! They ... "
of -
brain! -i---
q' tensity men have given their Int abolished; "Thoae'lnt.yor
and when at of.t ed-! '
and brawn to the development'labor of these has ;they,ev tor stoop their to treasure Pick. It ups; lot! it- I. shin, J.t.psary putout 'no Ucket, ,*o that: : *'of and 'Dealer*' ln -"fit-\\'!..

\..xr./sot mighty!been resources in vain.and Wealth'- their bill .been Jet&/tlOle .belld the set footprint out to which travel the:'d Jspeqarywent. ont, by a-;,vote of HIGH ORAOE: :f,1ACI-11NERY'; '/.t. w
'(1/ left whenther . tba v {
. c multiplied with a-rapidity unprecedented they Neatloabeld"Thitr'a4q. '

, ,in ,the war I">*. life. It has' teen a na, cltcle.--PJlllilpa Brooks. .:JIof" b' I .....+ ;; ". -I. ,,( ;.Price's'and Sueclflcatlon3upon! a :reglleat_ :/_ "

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M*. J. AS. .MURPHY. Mar;. OrUtido.. Pie'( '
P. .-.-...Bend'me. eu.ontwn.t'y.iu, "' leaflet. in th l>r 'B.'''. "' raulNyrrodd.nt. Dninrlft
haven Company W'I II Hdetl 'pwrcUrv and TrvMurer.
If Policy rht4
iitlllrii ""ur rinik" end fil'l' pinsli-uturn le-. you a IS. iHittn Hunk Orlmxio -

.., i Indmlrln HliiK <+)wit AmooUttou<>f pollr of in U1wfl Ihn Muuyil I*.. Ufa..d . Jurat Dr. f.* !urphjr>.' Hucli,,UUti Dr.":lot' .*. :nse.1: ; rector

-Age.x ....... .!. .... . WHY NOT ? ever.'Dtfk: I:.. t1PI ..

+ >POIItomce./." ,. ....'. .. ; .d.xn..M / ..__ '.. ". -'.' .- ,.. -, -. . ... -.. .-,_...." "" .. __ ... . ...' . . : ' : _ Jvliu Hun A.J. I.iMrvvlu. Wlil. ,.,tleneraf 1'.111.1..MarAer Alheas'Oa., Attivnii,"&.

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E.1KK' ASSOCIATION of Georgia. Average Cost' to 1-1' .. .
t dell Has to Policy Holders last veer, $..T4Uon' a $1,000) policy. Now writing "
What. oil'of-Cittorghi's* Greatest more thaalx millions\ of dollars 'a mouth Only I one thousand tixporlence: of a I Policy Holder III .the Clarke,

r ,Sat About the Mutual Life of) Georgia .*" members allowed In one 'division" and policy limitedto $1,000. .;
L men and women. Initiation .fee payable.\ when application County, Division I I
Athens, Ga., March 27, 1005.Mr. . i is nifede. vAt .
44 d :I.- A. Darwin Secretary and Treasurer Athena,.Ga., ages from 16 to 30() Class A. . .. . . . . . . . $1 00 This' dlvUlon organized( four nitoj'tn: f ih} whole of
Drar Sir:-After making .careful study at the Plan of t The At ages from 30 to 40 Class:: 1 13, . . . . . . . .. -4 00 l hjwi wan IMX-II< fifteen year death.. In that "division .
.Mutual Life Industrial Association of Georgia,," taken At ages from 40 to M) OJ ass C -,-. . , . .-7 . : .. .S 00 thaCtltne there &-only of' thou and member., oi .
2 out a, policy, la It and consider it the most complete solution of At ages from CO-to tlO Clans I.r.i .y . . . . . .. 6 00 which i full and t uonRlat These an average.
3 3-4 death a year. areacts;
!life Insurance! have ever seen ? These:: amounts .are paid only one time. One year from the date l Let us see what ban been the actual cost, of a thousand dollars 4
: i" have! Insurance In 01tl.lin5 allRl'SII"l'ntcOinpaDI..s and I of the and thereafter. .
policy, annually
of the Clarke division baa
that The Mutual Life" ID an' safe and at the name .. ." . . . . t Insurance of a member ortunty whp
+ bave decided The:': annual dues are Class*A. . . .. $ 75 who between .
Srif lime lower la coat than,!, any of them. Yours: very truly The annual dues are Sian: K. . . . . . .. . . .- 1 OOThe ) been In |it and forth* Isst four C. ,jearn.-and Ill Initiation fee wa was $5.00, 15 the'ftffef death '
of fifty C.lass *
forty .
H.O.L CQBB. annual.dues' are tJlass C . ... . . I,1 ') a.c'h $17.25. There tau ben three n'nu&lduf'a
) Received jhrouirh Mr. B. A, House S rp.tary.nIl' Treasurer The annual dues are Class I). . . . . .,-,: . .. . 150: $a l."";!*5 i*each ni<>nls, total'l.l.* > for-four years Inouranoe, or an average
g $1,000 from "The Mutual Life" of Georgia Home OIHee, Athens, Whenever a death occurs in a division each member is1'' called of $5' 8.'l: to carry a ihenisand dollars Insurauca a year, between -
: Ga., a.'Ixmeflciary'under Policy No. 4313, in the Windsor Dlvlslon. upon to pay a death premium of $1.15. According' to the sworn the age of forty and fifty. A member who Is under that
This had only cost-my husband t9-UO for nearly two years. statement of the Company made to the Comptroller General'January age has paid a similar amount In an old line or atock com-
y The money was" paid oe'2houn after Ms death. 1 beg all wo let 1905, the average cost. to the policy bolders'of pony, at the game ago, would bave.ousty these members 48.48:
meQ In Georgia to insist Via their husbands to lake a policy la Georgia last year to carry a $1HX( policy was $5 49. )>er annum. 1 r there any sense la payltiir M8.4$ for the same
lobe Athens company, MUS. EMMA J. OAKEU. _.' Paid{ bonellclartes, duiintr the year lix\ >4, *'WOOO.) $<(I,4.V1OOOof ) \ thing that you get fur &V83: and jUlt 'a. good and just
Monroe- Ga., August. h. 1903. business Written In Sept 1105.* ; Mortuary rate last veer 3110 .
1 per 1,000 policy b.older'ear _before, 3 l-lll) per 1,000-pulley)
holder. . ..

r xr ,\- It'gibeaprotection' at actual 1 cost -Local men'and. prevent any-possibility of!Iraud. It is i insurance at actual cost and money kept at home. Its source and origin! ,. purpose '.

and ,. Mutual and Co-operative Help-one thousand persons' banded together to insure each other at cost. ,Our charter docs not provide for contributions, to campaign funds ort

champagne 'suppers. This division! includes Orange Lake, Volusia and Osceola counties! Death rates-in these counties for past thirty years has been a fraction below four per thous-

> and pet annum, between the ages of i6 and 60. You owe it to yourself and to society that your dependents be placed beyond, reach of want in case of.your death. .

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4 s suit him and retires as most everyoneelse Hearted rebuilt the works after they
::ihe.Pieasures and 'Inconveniencesz do.: 8. l had been destroyed by Saladnl.

At tt a. m.' the next morning we are I presume there are ,unto of my W. .B MAKINSON
' in the Port of J.oppa. The steamer' Is readers who will not care to have meI COIVIPANIlp

: : \. :l of to the Mediterallean.t obliged to anchor some distance from 'I give these!' historical fuel*. but I know .
a Trip
% ;: : land on account of the (anted reef that mauy fit' them will read this when
. and is' considered'one Of the most they wont. take tbe trouble\ to look up AGENTS FOR .
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difficult ports to land in the world. hUlory.
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lb i.aa -y BY EDWIN!" 8. BENDER The city from the steamer presents a I Joppa was in ancient times a PboeI I :
',t ? 111. beautiful andplcturelque appearance I niclan colony In Phllintia and I* Florida Manufacturing g Company

&i, This morning baring finished with Panama Canal now under construct beinir upon a hill .of rock rising i Bjpposed .to have existed as a city

'the historical! city of Cairo and after Ion. ) from the low-sandy coast. I before. the Flood. Its ancient name ___ __._Of-QAINKSVIL.1.E. llLA' :
.bavingmy {rt'urkhb.Telkereb (passe The loss of life particularly among, Small boats". are taken, and we passoughths4dentiealjogged I Japha the Ueamlfl'1 1.* :Jtald'to havn,
pone) delivered (which bjr the the poor Felabin| wbQolWerelQ..Lbe..oa.oerMItnr"tWarfe&rfii' I rre t,-To H teen. derUed from Japhet one of ''
.F way.looks a* tf a' hen bad put herfootln I. Vrlntr. one point of which Andromeda. was Noah's sons. It has been destroyedand Makers of High) Grade Fertilizer!:
the loTCbotUraodrparaded allover log\ water, was brought from Damlelta chained and from which she! was re. rebuilt many times. .:1-
, the> parr) we take a carriage to. :attmUes away and was! sold then as4ttUT leased by Perseus, Andromeda was Joppa has 30.000 inhabitants, Mo- -oi :
'_ the a'at.loO to take the train for Porj 1*- today, and until destining the daughter of Cepheus and Jclppa\ i hainiuedans 18.000, jews.! 12,000 the balance .; All Kinds.. .J, r:
t' a; I Said and comfortably seated la a_ machine were brought Into use the (the biblical name for Jaffa) and. the I being Armenian's* Greek and t V FFr'
second data compartment (no difference hardships were terrible tocontemplate. grand daughter of Aeolus god afthewjnds mixtures: of all kinds. fee Fertilizers .'
y betweea 2nd' and Est exoeptIn' The length (If. .the canal from the : most of my readers have read I 1 should imagine the climate hereie '/ 1. ),'( ).Orange'. ,. ., Specialty.

a price) we pull out at 11 a, m. The Mediterranean to the lied sea U 100 of this mythical oonureace' I presume', the proper! season would be delightful ;;. 1-, ...' ..l.. i.,i'.f',,.).. ; ;\.,,,:;;,,tI't'10. ," : '; '. ." ",. .' ,..
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,) railway,1s"standard gauge and was miles and its width varies from 65 to chains and an Iron ring were shown I and while we in Florida ll've In a land ,
'.commenced-In, Jun. .' 1U04.) The first 110 yards, and) its depth being pearly during. the Iloman period In proof of 1 of orange ( and some flowers) ".here Is ;r'!* .s ,Dr iutigp'mm!ts .':;.::,.. .,; :-::' : .-'-' '" 'T".r.;; '. ; : ':'-' ..
> station. at:.which we stop' Is Beoba.. 80 feev It I la lIe ceeu.ry to keep the It,. but since '1000 A.D, they hare dis no comparison\ ; and they say that I In .. .
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yy where "there Is nothing of Importance dredir going constantly in order to appeared. A modern skeptic's idea' April vine special' season of orange ; ..
s .to see, next; we reach Zagaxlg\ 47 miles maintain this depth.. It Is'' rather a.n of it was that a beautiful iflrf, roughly, blossoms their fragrance can be enjoyed I ;
from Cairo*, a thriving place of about expensive trip from Port .Said to the courted by a eacaptain whosd attempt for fully.-fl miles over the plainsof SUNNY SOUTH LIYERY STABLE. :
38.000, inhabitant.. among which are lted[ sea. Tbe charges are the name to carry her off by 'force waft frustrated Sharon and many times far out to ,.
+ l+ many European residents Is 'the for vessel of all nationalities viz '7 by a more succesful rival. We finally sea, when' the wind is in a favorable .. .
centre pf a lalrga' trade in cotton and shillings (about Cl.70)) pet' \net ton and land la Patentee (Tbe Holy Land ) ''direction. . : i J
grain' About mile from the*'station the same for each paseengerfor which extends from Southern shore | There are quite a few thing -of.1 tSale
IK Tel Baste where lie'' the' remains of Instance a vessel of >3 t1 !'' tbe ancient tbe Plbesetb of would be obliged to-'pay something of. Mt. Hermon which i. almost ldentealwiththebibliesldefinitionoft > fora it .U. fearfully hot Slid we "go'back j -
.Eaekld D4.,Il ro4otus gl*. dIscrlpllon -c0oT'T16'om ln the Hotel
w -- *-;-- over-60UO-doilars-'for the"priv11ezeTfcreeping : ro--orir ) and
44-- of.the'beautiful"temple, of. red through. this 100 miles' of limits of the L*nd of Israel as extending f stay there. We will in all probability I Feed I Stable j
,granite thatstood,, here. canal and when we stop and figure from Dan to Beersbeba. Us length finish Joppa next week, and II nothing I
a .' We next reach Tel-el-Kebtr 1% miles. that in 1003. nearly 4000 vessels]" passed. :North to South being 140 Enllllltb miles | happens to prevent -: land In Jerusalem D t tJ. .
$ further .0"-" : It, wa*' here that Arabl through it the income seems enormous and its average breadth 80 mile. where. situated: the "Holy -- --- ..... ..'_,- -' -. -- "
14 ( 'e' Pasha' :array were ,', defeated by Lord and since the Introduction of electric Joppa was' the Southern boundary of of Hoi lea."_ ._ W. MILLER. PROPRIETOR .
1- Wolaeley ID lf82.,-,,aqd close by the Igbt, a large proportion oftbe vesselsare the tribe of Dan (Dot C. W.and as j I :E
'tattoo 'is i the cemetery where' the enabled to make the passage at all masons at least know that it was !! '
-- English oflloer and men who fell were night To give you an Idea of the here that the timber sent from Mt. j. : :AGENTS\ STflNDflRD OIL GOMrI\NY.\ :;
''burled.. The'railway passes, tbrougr immense. revenue received from this Lebanon by Illraip, King of Tyre for :, Horses Horses! '
+ 'the fortifications, Further on we enterprise by the Suez' Canal. Company the building of Solomons Temple at1' i Broadway, Opposite Postof l e.1 f
at 'A!: teacb Ismall-lya wher'e-the line follows I.will tell YOU that from January Jerusalem was landed. It, Is also the I I I '
,a ..narrow.strlp'of' cultivated land 1st to the 10th of June 11XH they received port from which Jonab sailed on that' .* IClsalnamee.: : : : -. :&""lorla... ;
j kn6w ;WadyTumllat and On the in'dues about$10.004.000 dollars famous voyage (of _whlcn, the Bible ,f
.r :opposite side la lobe great Arabian or over fifty million francu in which speaks ) whlcb"wes concluded lu the . .

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i + camels along through the alone_nearly..200,000 papseneecs passed that the Apostle-Petenreswred Di* ca* .

4 V next heavy see sand on,'tbe with right imtnense band'loads.-the broad' We through the canal. jt now takes (or Tahitia) to: life and her house :.....1siFeiMFlikiFiMf+iMl..,iFtF...*#../
nearly 18 hour for the passage which is now sublerreanean Is still to .
expanse of La Ire. Menxala and such through as they are obliged to go be.seen in .4n'oranjfe garden ou the ...
numbers-ofwld.; | I have never of .4 .... ...
very slowly. They are now building edge Town on passing through the ::: '.
.- seen :,Tbls Is' the 'largest 'Lake In station every five kilometers (about customs which while pot strict are -
i ..Egypt'and Is only. separated front the 4miles) apart to enable the large very provoking we walk about 10 I will arrive In KlNsiminco There is in ;
11 Mediterranean "'by a'very, narrowtrip vessels to pass each other and it will blocks to the Hotel l the streets being Money Growing Ginseng.Prof. .:
a- of (land: 'In the vlllageot Tennis no doubtshorten the time. -It U so narrow that carriages are Impracticable about Dec. 7th with another i I )
t"t ... 'which lie just N..K.of the railway-aNi certainly wonderful piece of engineerIng. and as for riding a donkey ,:
tbe remains rot some' very 'old Iloman.' Napoleon Bonaparte had two or that is the limit we finally reach carload of 1Co1's es.Don't Howard of the Missouri State Agricultural-College says: ,,'
v batba and tomb About' 1000 yearsagh three plans for connecting the two Hotel Jerusalem. The Arabs packingour
advise American farmers to cultivate Ginseng B\g\ are7ethzed
'buy until ; ,; profits ;.
this see
w.boleduLrk'.waa an Immensely but none-of them baggage on their shoulders. It Lsa you
seas proved practicably .
It is a hardy plant and is easily -A bulletin issued by the l
fertile tract ot-land'which was until finally it was commenced ) fearfully hot day. Hotel Jerusalem grown. ,
them. '' '
4j brought Leseeps in 1859 ss mentionedbefore while small looked clean and nice, so r i Pennsylvania'State Cq'llege in part says: "The supply of native Oln-:
h >" .,-w\1-b'b-\ ; differeai branches of- the openedin.1880.eith festivities ; different from everything Turkish, we song root is rapidly diminishing, and the price per pound is corre 4 j
i Jifle, but numerous caribwaves have on such aacale that Ishmail Pasha the are escorted to ourroomon the second W. J. McCRACKEN. ; Increasing while the constant demand China- standsas |
ly for the drug In
1 aasei! 'H to settle below the level of Khedive Is said to have spent 4.000.000 floor stone floors elegant and cool.
.the;;,.ea.Y'Tbere ,-are' a: great many pounds sterling ((20.000.00U dollars. I noticed each room being not only a guarantee of a steady market for Ginseng In the future."-:-Consu" I
I 3(p, )Iahermet bore wfeo follow this Industry The total cost of building the canal numbered but named for the different General Rublee of Hong Kong says in the U. S. Consulor reports: The

.,aJ-1 "- Nendtheysrepeytatnly.poorlot-and being about 83.000.dOO: ) dollars, priests, prophets and apostles. Our To Cure a Cold lu One Day sale of Ginseng root grown in America IsTerr-large here and the deg
: <1(Lk( '. .'alth01lt)'<' trlousJt....would talce room being No. 4/ "Dan' ( not E. P. ) Take Laxative Bronx Quinine Tab-
-to" "them weeks We arrive Port Said 1 at 4 o'clocka mand is so'great that ouch more could be disposed of advantageously?}
J to what flshernen -
earn our
It be lets. All) refund the
prooved to a decent sort of druargUts
'I '< little behind time, I think the con- very money
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; .' on Lake',KIsttnunee would maketvi' ductqr had to have a tooth extracted place and delightfully cool so much,. sothat If U fall to cure. E. W. Grove' sig The root is as indispensable to'the four-hundred-million Chinese a. i it]
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,,1D one bauL; -. something 'of that kind. and. w. we were loth to leave our. room, nature'i I. on each box. 25c. tf their rice." v"W
f Their life 1 is certainly bard one and but as we leave core In a day or so is staple 'wheat ant]
were.obliged to wait. Port Said Ui avery Ginseng a on the market the same as corn I
': at one tune -was barely' possible for uninteresting place the land U and every minute must be utilized we Job work neatly.and promptly) executed cotton. The present market varies from $6.OO to $8.50.perpound
Ribero ,to ,.ilst., by reason of the have to forego tbe plea..ureaof keep price ,
;" }.tJ.:, .-:..)i "u ld'dl* -men" 'otMax;, farmers'! by the stand sea.on,Iw haying. history been only reclaimed dates from from tog .0901.. ,.So we'talte' ODe of'those at M this office.I while the cost of producing is less than -$1.60. It is easy i

I h<:. ;'tc whom ;they wereoppressed, but, now 1850 the time that the surveyor' for samelclnd( Dragoman that we found Man's Uercesoeableee.s grow and requires very little ground, An acre'of matured, Ginseng !t
: 1. .,':_.. -1.1-r.' 't they have'a'direct tax which varies the canal landed there and la''' ten la Egypt and thread our way' down worth $40,006. There is room in one's garden to grow .several hundred
aooordlov to iUe-,of the boat
: the >and time claimed through the narrow Itreeta'or lanes I t. often ft* great as 'woman' But
'a of
the value of Oshint' ground Tbelr year population dollars worth each year: The plant thrives( throughout the.Unite
L 10.000, Inhabitant and .1 believe It 1* almostto' the place of landing and Thos. S. Austin Mfgr. of the "Repub
:::1'I.k! 'sblef Article of food1', is wha',:tbey call far.In excess of that now.' We:, spendDO here we find traditional house ot lican," of Jjeavenworth, Ind.. wa not States and Canada in any soil or climate that, will ''grow, garden vef
.. 8 ".'Fes*!**' which 1* o6thlDgmore -nor time cere but take a carriage from "'Simon' the ,TannerV! 'where Peter unreasonable ''when be refused to allow tables. We sell roots and seeds for planting ,purposes and can she ,
.j):' ,!'I fees than"' no cared,*alt.J fish teeped this railway station tothe wharf,. wherewe .lodged'' when. be. law In a trance a the doctor to operate on hi: wife you'how to make money growing'' Oin.enThere, are- two planting
in oil.i We now come .to' t.he.Suea sheet Jet down from Heaven for female "Instead." he
great trouble
v ti. J ;Which follow to Port Said are transferred to small boats aad says seasons, spring and fall. With. each order we give Instructions ho
A (Canal .we landed aboard the Austrian Lloyd full of living creatures some of which "we concluded to try' Electrlo Bitter ?
;, '_bo'o. U mllul :'" steamer and instead of calling ftt o p.' h.,, be' and unfit for My wife was then so sickshe 'could td plant and care 'for the garden., You can get a good start (in thi
a> ; \ Thegreattask'of'bulldiugthlsoanat. : / m. we did not got away until 8 p. m. food; but beard a.TO Ice cry to him hardly leave her bed, and five ((5)) business for a small outlay'and soon have'a nice Income;, $en .tw
I 1 ,Lei commenced' In,hated by' >M. sad: Our stateroom we fount comfortableand from i bove 'W at God hath cleansed, physicians bad failed to relieve her. cent stamp today for literature telling! all about this wonderful Industry.
whose Itfe rather '
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l\ the table good. Our German pall not tbou: common) Acts 'IX. 33. wa :
\\1'' t 'ending" ft f_ year' arp. most friend. .are"till with'/..* but seemed and X.'I-34.<< "One of its.+rooms is sow perfectly cured, and can now perfonflalTher
:b. t.1 .Tbe.buUdibpof .hard.o'please ft* regard stateroom household .duties. Guaranteed BUCKINGHAM'S! GINSENG :
_ '" of M Are aware was ,.accomplished. atr they have been into .every one-aboard 1 beloK'ae'd a. 'la Mosque.. J'wa at by Osoeola PbI.mllCl..prloe! 60c. r
$;'; ,-:".- >y -eo"-o'.aS""Ifd.Plal on the tbe ship; As' the captain Of the hip Jopp* also'r.baHb Crusaders landed a\

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