Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: March 2, 1906
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00218
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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I Third Trial of This Famous Caar .the. benefis of S,neDIOIl..Feb". .Joba' .cburch, w. '. . '.. "" -. -' r SPRING 'GOODS; ARRIV I'

Ended Wednesday. financially 1'1'8' a .oce.The. bot.h .ocl.lJ, aDd l, Ir.tOea, ; .DDouacemeot. 00 In -- __ ', .i
the Jemne: -- .o
... I program'were made bl Mr. E. s. . j .
The famous case of GeoTW. Hop Beoller. Mr.,. Rob. ganklb Miss j" . .

klnsvs WlUlsNettles,8.O.'wssbrough I UeJeD Carson and Miss ,M.bel Parker The candidates may bow. go -,.: .it Largest ;StockLatest ( II 8
: '' sang dellghtfullj *
to a climax In. Count/ Judge'Johns. encores. and responded to bammersod tongs., ,
ton's court law, Raskins encore. !"The 'The date foe the primaries
Wednesday af roooo, Sweetest Girl In Dtato." sod Miss has been
L' after a hard fought legal battle lasting set by the State Fxecutive Committeeand
*F three days, by the jury bringing sverdtct'tor CThe piano dues by. .Madame Anwa- the hesitating; backward and timid Styles, ;
/' Mr. Hopkins. I.., Miss *ranr: candidate .
and Mrs. !: may now gently break the
This Is the third time this -case i h.. Bullock, were' rendered Itaole'l.. news of his candidacy t.ohe general -

been tried before Judge Johnston, the fault.'.. Mr' *?.;A'. UmyU', '0| Boston public. says the Tam ,.He\-aid. t. Lowest: Prices ;trIP: :
jury having railed m. agree ID each of Vi5Uir 'Iog' be. WM ln fine .olce 1.1 At. the meeting. rtbe State,Commit- .. : . ; .
the, other two trick. and Justice to' every solo Bee beld ''in J lcaony\1le.S.turd.I"\ ,r"

The question at Issue. I. the owner heartily, encored, and-. wlllllid'beinre- was agreed that the first primary : '.CONSISTENT WITH FRS'SAHONEST ""GOODS. r

fthfportwo measly Florida cows of .pooded. Mr Itober Brlggsin' should ne held Ion the 15th of May and ,
the maximum value of Rig; and the able way, rendered old lime' the second. en June 12th. : -

costs in the. case, to far, amount. ;'to .01 gs and recitations and be certain Ibese oaukS Will allow-tbe-people toget -- _. III'iittt"ntntttt
about twelve hundred dollar. 1 looked the through with' tbe bustle and
pa.rt.of ancient manhood, settle .
Mr-Hopkins l. represented in the Ile was acknowledge the comedian of down to business after the June date ', OTHER- TREAT.Tbe'Journa'I'announced 1'ttfr'Jr' tt1"mTnJmm- '
caw by Attorneys .L. W. Palmer., of I the evening,, haying to' ....pood to and, from now until the time meorloned In Its' last 1111111i11114.111" ""111f" ;I .
Orlando and P. A. VaDe Agnew, of many encores.Mlssv there will. be a hot time In all of Flor Bund)"'. edition that beginning Butd. FOR""
Ktsslmmee, .and Nettle U represented Gardner's ,and Miss Vivian ida.The .", February 18. 11)06, U would begin '
,by Jones & Jones,, of Orlando. Tbe Lee's recitations,' were .well selected committee changed the call so publishing serially oneof the best '
case has been a hard fought one and as the encores testified, duly apprlclated. that each candidate& may have a watcher books of the 20th: century, notion,. j lot'fu' k
throughout,'and the end U not yet to Tbe-tTuet Dr. .Blmpson In the polling places, Instead ,of The Mystery of June 18.: : Dr/: Goods ;

sight, the defendant. having given no- and Miss; Helen Carson' "Just My "at," which latter term e.u..d' so 'aun'onnoetnent of the publishing ,' ,
lice of appeal to the circuit court. Style.." brought/ forth loud applause much confusion and' allowed 'of differ of this book is In accordance with the '

The Jury fn the' cats wa.: W,, T.. H was the unanimous opinion, that Interpretations'. IlL' the last" .cam* policy of The Journal, to give Us I ,Shoes,bales/and) (Gents FttrisWigs:'; t'K
palgn. .
.llss .
Langford. foreman; C. W. OrlfflQ. M. Hinton. was a floe accompanist, readers the best that can be secured.
Cower."E. H. Fennell, W. .J. 'Wiring and she also rendered a be..ut.ltulplaoo The counties'will control the .mat.ter Don't f.1ft.o. read first installment in -
and O. T. Slogletary. solo. of placingcandidates' names on Sunday's Journal, February 1900. -
There .' Candy made bv Conklln tbe tickets under the changed wilesla := .GO
were a'targe number of wit.Mi was Mrs. Subscription\ can be given, to local 'TO."I' tbe case,. all of wbom bad to I and Mrs' Consens, 'and by the quick this county, the ballots will eon* agento sent, direct to the Journal --
come, ..aboutforty miles to, attend disposal of the sweets, we needed no lain the names of candidates for 'tbe Atlanta Qa. '
court, which lasted three days at each better proof of their goodness.! Mr.. following offices '
,of the three trials.. ',,?. Hambreobt of :Atlanta, took charge of Member of Congress .. DoH.t:.Forget: :EKANNER ,&:"CO.
the table, Mrs. Zelgler assisting ,ber; Two Justices of the Supreme Court. :THE MYSTERY OP JUNE' 131Anntial ,
Vigor '' .. Two Members of the. Railroad Chan .r
Gives H.. Tore Mr. 'Conklln looked after the tickets. i-

Herblne (Is a boon fur eulferersfrom and The tanks tbe of the'treasurer.members 8t ,' mission.State Attorney.One . I I State. Convention.The.nnual'statd I Leaders In LoW! ''Pricefi' an4efadquirters' I ,

anaemia. its Use the blood Is Member of the State. House of ' '
By John's church are due all who took : convention of the,
.quickly regenerated/ and the color be. part. The. receipts '',were sixty ""d*l llars. Iienesentatires.- Christian church'' will be beld at this e. t tiff: clothing. aSPECIALLBALE8
come normal. The droollng strengthIsrevived..Thelanguori.dlmioished. ' ' Tax Assessor place the ft, 7 and 8 lost.A fine' pro '
T.x.Collector. =:, '< ,
'' gram been prepared and eloquent -
Health vigor and Mr.-Fleming took a' party 'of seven County Treasurer,' ' .Ia '
tore predominate.New speakers will be in attendance .
life and ) activity, result.Mrs. to hit island fit m Hotel Ktsslmmee, Five Members of the. Board of Among the important speakers will be r:; ,t t.
Sat'Hrday : -
bslp a.
Belle < Mlddlesbarougb this week, and some of the parly who County Commissioners. Wm.: Wright- of Ctnolnoatt.Ohio.; ,Mwttay.. t.Luuuuu
bad be
,ill I write*.' "I have been troubled never seen an or.nai''Oye Three Members of theBoardof'Publie MessDenham, Nichols, Wallace, . .
with liver complaint and ooor blood fore,', could not imagine Mr Flemlo any morebeautifulgrove'thsn '.. Instruction ", Powell Dr.. M.r",'Lonl'doD., ml..loD.1rt (uauUUtuuuatuauuuiiuusuu1tutu\' nl lUW : r

and have found nothing to benefit me : .. Supervisor of Registration.Jupttoe . . from India, and many others.' 1
i like' Herbme; 'x, hope never to be They returned home wftn orange, ,blosoms of they. Peace in each dls* Miss Carolyn Ashbrook'of Indianapolis .

without it I have wished that. I had their and fruit afternoon's In profusion outing.delightedwith Mrs ...lot.. k ,' Ind..", will deliver an' 'address GO. TO.THE'. ..:.. 'rev "
knowniof it husbind'.lifetime." Constable touch "The deal with Lb.obltdrem "' "
ID my 'dt..t.rlct.; on-, the square G' 'f
E. J. Mrs. J. Tucker. Mr. .
boo: Bold by'' Roberson's Pharmacy. and Mrs.Copeley Cox, and Mr. 'Hibbard, of l' .-. .* !" .
.' Let us all give these visiting. breih-- KISSIMMEE LIYERY FEED anfl SALE STABLE
New Rochelle; and Mr. and Mrs Pipe-Makinj; Machine. .
WHITTIER. made the ern a hearty welcome to our town and .. .
'Kaklo bavin? resigned the position Great 'Interest up Is party manifested to I lw.t.chlog .A short time ago l we made mentionof homes meetings Try 'to as you attend. as many olthese J. w. REGISTER.: PROPRJETPR."'. .1 !", ,

a plpe-maklogmacbahe.loYeDted by : .. . u
'of correspondent from Whittier tbe of between entertalotng
the "j
mend has .to fall, on" some other Mr. Harris 'and games Mr. O.rogue Belcber, the E. A. Gilbert'. Mr. .E. L.' Evans, who be Instructive as well as ; .

shoulders and .. well perhaps on theundersigned I champion players at Hotel Kisslmmee Is interested In this machine took us file For ...the best J-itruib'uts' lti. town:
as any of tbo i,other appllcanu Messrs. J., Thurman and J. AXfordare out to)'1'. Gilbert's place toseethenew "Pot Beginning ,to ." ;, ; <:
fast becoming id the machine at work, it having been started -
unusual .' found that. Mr. Klssimmee Fla.. Mar.,1,1906.;; "
Our farmers are exhibiting hour lobe o
.activity for this e.rIT'pe..lod of ,farm p Viand ;n)011D.D1 > Gilberz bad already turned out fifty. Edltpr Valley Oasette; :-u Best"" of Stock 'always on' )J i
: Thesigoa.ofthe ,,, .
; feet of 2 14 inch pipe made of a mixture ,
l0 ; ;
,facie Frost'not having been a visitor .A party of hunters left Hotel Kls of sand and cement, and the new limes are so promising the nearfuture transfer M'=: onectlm wtjt'' jstf. ei All' tb0. launch. .Osoeolsv with ? _
'141.ble machine was !grinding; out the pipe, at : till I am feellog with good.1saw.the ' '
,wlnt 'causes community many'during to believe'that a.M'-p..t. Captain Hancock,R'olor to the varous. .the rate of 25 feet an hour.; ,i / new moon over my right/ I orders:'promptly> attended. to.Satlsfactloi' '': h" % --f"
Islands and meeting with much suc Although the necessary'ttaebmentathat I shoulder this time and.the. fortuneteller ?. .
old twlstlBcatlon
this earth by some peculiar t
'. ,has thrown us the cess. The hunters wer% Messrs.Joseph) go with the machine have not all says everything alright, and .' '' .'- . '.
among1 Thurman, Harry Thurman, Albert been set upyet' Mr Gilbert found -It the ticket will be six feet long.- You . :' .
looks fine
and the future '
tropics very .
'Cnllum, Robert Rankin .RobertBriggs work fill know this lspollytlo or primary year* < 61. : :
necessary to start to ''to : '
to our ones. . ... si ,
hopeful ,
I O,''Belcher and John Axford receivedthe I can't be a'candid ate this time because ' ' '' .J. : I' 'r, J .. '" .
' his orders that he has already '' :' .. ; '
A. C. Bass has moved Into : .__ ._ _
Mr,merohSDtile establishment and They bagged: a large amount of game. first order being, for CoU W.V, they don't. want a governor, butI . .:.. +, -t'vw *'* '*- r11-., ,=,: '
new ducks snipe, quail plover, and one< Tloe. -.,.....'. can be a voter, so the thing will hitsomewhere. l.j 5>
contemplates building a residence near lone hare. As came up the walk .' :The is, beginning to, .: ." '..; '. r '' -M:
in the future.Mr. titer The new plant Is being operated >by pot ir9t! : : \ . l.M'# : .Mt."I..b!. ); .., : : ,
tbe store house near hunter each ; , $ ; '; '
one by one In style, power furnished by'''Aa Fairbanks\ bile and the, mill a grinding\ahead' I, .',,d. k a "" n." ," . 1" -' t "' .A'i"' 1- t5'.I" *; '' .
Joe Wlllams| is still at tbe old one carrying some of the- game, they Morse gasoline eogioe.Xr-be sand and one hopper full of candidates groundout .< : > ...:. /' '*-rf' .. ,::1;.

_stand his usual hearty bull way departed of were a ,plc.ll"'lorlda.buot.log" party. cement mlxturels plaoedi, a revolving by the>rder'committee assisted I w' "B "MAKINON, .. '
has in '
receiving customers no way' Robert-Brlggs:' Philadelphia, screen machine ana as It works b, tbe bakers doxen.' ,.They are good ., .. t,.....,., .lJJe
him. 'i 'ff '
from left Hotel Kisslmmee after .a visit of through the screen see material falls ones, being an equal cross between the I [; '1L" ,& j\.' I
I* Bass is Improving London Terrace nearly three'weeks, and the largenum. endless belt. which carries It to I Ringantis and.tbe Qr'w_.. 1 )K 'ti'' ' I j
On I1
Is 1
and'the Patriarch Occasionalflash working her of-guests who assembled at the the. mixing apparatus above; going In I hope they will mt.gpinyand Invite > r

bis 'plantation. station to bid 'blm goodbve, showed at one end and by the action of the Kaklo to assist them as nothing - : "a'a ,.;i '
from Klssimmee life, shows that he bow much hey appreciated ibis, being forks being carried automatically '''to would suit blm better. 'He Is as much ', \
has not forgotten the attractions'thatexists among us. We shall certainly miss a gal van Iced.slide, over which the interested as I am in having the woods, :
within -camp. otherwise his genial' face and< regretted to say material fed -16 to the pipe-making full of candl&ates, butheatingnothing :. r
'he is the blodei farmer industriously. adieu.- If putting sand-In. bis''' shoes machine, through which it, is: slowly of him Of late I fear be I.;;; dead or '. UR: .0'W'A'\ 'R" ,' E" ,I'
preparing" for tb'' spring crop. has anything to do with his return we Forced by a revolving worm,., coining) moved camp but' be may turn up on :
'.Washington's birthday passed with : shall certainly.see. him again. out at tbe ot.b.r.eDd in the- complete the home stretch.Lets.get .- . : : "

many a pleaant remjoder of bygone New arrivals a' .Uot.e1 Kisslmmee form,"in the length of thirty Inches. out lots of candidates quick : ,.
days, the militia assembling to force' :' Mr. N. A.; BI.k mao': and wife, The entire machinery can. be run by and none but those'who have a pull ., v .. '. ,'. . ....
with quit a display of Infantry. 1 are -the life Insurance companies ..asthere's >
Mr. H. O. Knight and wife.Mrs.: C.H.Zeigler two men when all the various parts. in,, . ,
f.mUle"Th..1.d..moralnR' with "
and "set 'em !
Beau" Drawdy MessrsLohn are In working order. . nothing to up" I, .
for .JUsslmroee accompanied T.'.of Hrdemand BridgeportConn.C. A. Bavls.; QBoston The machine 'Is ,so,. simple t.b.'a'. but cold cash. la conclusion will\ say .. 'r" :J. .'!., ." o!I! t"i
by a fair drove of >bogs ,for ,'' M Mr. ;J. ,Tucker and child\ can understand Its operation. to candidates;' don't depend on your,
market, ; that' Is the\ bogs. were ..o ..In wife, of Grajad_;Rapids, Mich.- Mesdames There Is a greatdemand for, pipe /food( looks, popularity or baby.. kiss .

'tended' T. O. Mays and T. I*. Bam for' irrigating and water supply of lug this .pop. or, ,you'll- get left. EVfiRYTHINCiSaddles NEW, ; '
14.Overatreet'paldus'tax: : assessing Standorer.
J. fact that this sand
'Wm.,G.Matbls I every kind and.the
Mr. .
'.J. L.; has brecbt, of Atlanta, Gal? ....
visit last Friday, New YorkMr., F. J. Hayes pipe can be manufactured for. ones .. .. .
maty friends in this welcome community him that be and wife, of, and Miss A. F.: Hayes,. of I, > >lf of the costpf Iron pipe, will.create TbeCpoper. .,Reprieve.]) :. ; , A ; SS*
always glad to demand for the of '
[ are < been a constant output '
hotel ha.t
Mr.-Ar.Bass. dir-. Mloneola, Fla;, -Th. '. triedIn: Punta .. ._ : .
of ;
was the guest ureekt.- '' these machines bere,-wbUs- these -machines "' When Cooper was -
I ing his stay and was well pleased] with crowded, .tor the past two- \ will be called for.; ,the '!, rld Cord for the murder of city Marshal : : "H.arness; f.-, : ''r z. t
the hotel. accommodations furnishedby overand win revoluttoolxe'the"pipe Bowman the proceedings were all public '
Mrs. Bass ',and 'her charming Steve wood. _, business. It,,. 'certainly looks as If ) ever, word of evidence introduced I' ... ; y.. r. MI<, .

daughter Miss Iva.' We"will furnish Stove Wood;delivered Messrs.' Gilbert & Evans bare struck iras spoken within the bearing ,of a 'stoves '.: ., .. Crockery; . : ;:i',.
The fruit on the Drawdy grovehas to'any.part of town at $1.00'per a valuable machine.-Ft. Myers Press full of people and on that '

[not 'et been gathered but they' are Strand: i- MA.Y1'f4RDLUMBER. : testimony !he was found. 'gutkv' and "--V "s ,; ' ,' > *'4', ., \ j
I gradually disappearing to satisfy', the . ( *- .siii is 11111 mil si i n condemned to death. uy what; rigntdoes .
I < '1 < > '' w'' ,
I appetite of those. who rove oranges. Study In 'OranjePrtias.' ; ; : Osceola High School I the Board of Pardons, now set 'Tinwaret \ .;:;!Glass. '',.. '

As it may not be best to reveal .11 I A, I IwUl'p. '(Written; for-l.rt Wcekl:) aside all these to ., . s ,L " ; ... "tMtt' .,j.,,,,,,
[that has been.given! you toy one. articlewill .The. orange market I. a study which 'First Grade.: -The '"B" class .1. I secret session and, contemptuously defying ' " I. .." '" '
'. six with all Itombinalions. the public opinion of the" whole : I .Oils "
desert. .,. any grower and packer to number l Palnirs, .r
,_ 0 J"tC look into (flprldas are getting. ., Three. new pupils this ,8t.tei.relu" UTglve out. even' a hint \ ; {" ,
of the grounds upon which It has based
scarce. A< ,Letter to;Henry .Bass" fruit Is. being received .and sells for Second Grade. The children briebeen its extraordinary' &action. It may Window
KIbSIMMEE PLAT'Dear 02.60. Good russets1 bring l'U5"'" to intensely interested.this 'week ,. in have had gooo reason but'the peopleof Shades, ;MaittingFarming ,ii1. ;M; ,

3.60.. Bright are quoted at$2.78;; to be nature study, ;, The oat family has Florida have a right to' know what
SirlThlsstory: cuts two ways. 3.60. Indian River fruit when sound been studied.. -'. .-' that reason Is, and if further secrecy "

and teaehes''two'.ets"of people.. brings IS.* -1 Third Grade. We are studying subtraction ia maintained the Cooper case may become ;/ Iitiplettietits ,,.;: t
Californiafruit and to learn te. borrow public scandal with the execution .
I F.the..G.hln, .W"J lrl.t. It I,,, had Over ." prices trying of the laws. /'Why, all this : : I ,
but not succeeding .rrhll: : < '
oar after car of!*ncymadean are :
I'church and residence painted. Good average range of fronjT TW"Wffio T wrstandards .M 'yet.'' ." r'" ? ominous secrecy when the people have :< ; ..Iil.;
ob;;; and this I l. bow be went at it., ;: .. low as' $2.6a( ', and, the FoUrtb'Grade. This. class" Is very aright to the fullest'knowledge'ofevery

\Measured knowD-Dev all:; c..full-.eem.' ';, to, $very 3 40.fioesiThompson. improved>navels' V' mocb Fifth Interested Tbe tb: pupils drawing of work.this Times-Union V;:feature'.of has jio' the special case right"-The to gents%, ( the PITTSBURGH ::, :STEEL; fENCE ;, i w wi

y. I e;; These figures are an taken from the lain are doing !good work in 'geography speak for the'Board''of Pardons, but
ea'i got bids from thepainters, In the ,; They are study log t.hemap 'of we have seen no item of news stating ' else ; 'T
"before Iiere.
; ; buying .
regular ourvjprices: "l
|lot to: be' ,supped by thornand; by soel Produce News ind toe !, Europe. '-One tar ,,'puplll..t week. that It had set aside the. legal proceedings ,,, .Get () i

"t New:York market on February 23ds f Sixth 'Grade..This' class I. now gainst..Cooper.'. What we' did !:' ". :
Comparatively-rThe large coarse working In decimals and mensuration 'see was the statement that after a session
wed MO by :; Florldas, which at. home are never and understand the. work thoroughly. of tbe Board Of Pardons the governor 8wMAYNARD'

of those palnwrs'ought to'h.,. used at all, are bringing, In .the, oar- .Seventh Grade TkIs class fsstudyng .- bad revoked the death W..D".nd
that money.Xours7truly'< ket today. the same price' as .t.oda-d foods. la physiology.. we also'saw tbe'same daythat ht
\* F1'W'l 'voe A Co Californlas while the best navals thatCalifornia ; .HlKh'School. Cooper's attorneys bad applied to the "' .:' ' -
: : .t
restrain the sherifffrom'banging'him i. **
can produce are quoted at First Year. *This '01.h .. taken Circuit Judge to ..thattbeGovernor < : ' l'l I
urging I
''Politeness.W. $1.601ess than Florida Indian Rivers. tbe final examination 'in physicalgeograpby Issues : I! MBE'R'.iCO'
> had no [ ; :
Florid ;
There U a lesson to growersIn ;and'' the pupils are nowfinishing : .{ "rl fi
'.A .', Caro q;. an'' .AD, llJIe'l'o"'h' the vast difference. In price. t'he'between,Indian' up their manuals. . death arraigned'to warrant until court Cooper and had sentenced.Putting'these againbeen : ; , 'J . .;,\ .1. -- ,t'i' ",'1- t, 4 tl_
and }
left two< thousands. the regularPrigbts Second Ye.r.. .Thls class, bas been "
( ) for,copies? .:.ojf. Mark RJreriruls, a difference of $1.60' .or 1A studying stems and tubers this, week!! looks if the two Governorrevoked'thedeath factstogether it JMariiiig; Milts) .
,.,'""now;to be a .
llistrib.uted.,tinfodg'sTe, ,, northern! la the New;York market Is ., Third Year: This\ class Is'making tbe. law bad been:'complied with. 1 ? : 'V 'J 7 '
,. *>,* : ? lust about as much superior to the ',,In"tbeublect '
'''' .brne.very pretty experiments While Judge Wall refused to Issue thetnjunation'tma' Mow ta:operatlodUbComptet* House Bills Furnlshad.
fruit as
.m aads Tbd:"-south 4.oa.a't ,best of the regularj.lnterlor, of light lajphysios.', : have been .because: .Yellow aod i Flee > t and:'T-, *--- of_ all KJnda.
C.Uforn1LDu.. ; ; X'lanI
of the '
.u-LoDdODf-D.II7 MUv AIs1M ) the best "1 classUstudyn : "
.. :' FOunby.-.Tbt. he knewof' wb. ;*as'b.IUg' ton.'Is i "'
41"lon", ' ' '.. .' .u.... standard of.the entirecronrfpf: oarbooinchemistry, .. isfc sW .
', r (\ claa'' }. Tallahassee and preferred let tbeGovernor : :: : T_ r -
111bi"'old- t I UM state liadiao oou1d.bItral Rivergrowera: :;;bare
inter clothing unheard. : .'of .m.1IIii', tUtt. thir fruit there would never need :' 4o..'_?piano pupll'Aai been eaalled course, this is 'I i all,oonieeture...3 bo.l .......1D is.YNlilRlth. =
t.30 daysat th .
,: about low I tkls -- ? \ ? tbe happening 'of the.two:jplngs at /I.. ; "
be dlseusslrfn
e room' fors my large pring'.Nowlsthehlme'to smr. ranges.-Orlando R..poe.' i Tkte a.*josj;stteadeiioti'otibe' : schoollaltellbpnttfau same tune makes tbtf conjecture, not L ,
'.; g* ba* for. Rwto > Oak Democrat, r. .
t liiraltxo o, .'. \ 3M. 1 unseasonable.-Live. .. , ... .r. ," ", ; )
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there.WM a single Jenny :Rogers In, ITkIMANWILLLEAD'In
,New York who possessed virtue an ,

::4ATTERt't4 .:. well* beauty and character'a, yvelja : _

I I't ever"From e1'ldt'nee.rou her, thl1.l1: I may Poop adduce turned,to what.the l Doings in f.1' f. Senate fight tfor' Hepburn:

I contrary If a curd bearing my name Railroad Rate Bill I

'of M1LL1QNSAIt "" ..(loUAd'Ja a letter-received by: ,her .... .... ..... ..... ..... ... ..... ..... .... .... .... ..... ..... .... ..... .... ... ..... .... ..... .... ..... ..... -....; _..... ... , .
-wiu(feltber 'stolen'from; my sLit. s ; -"
pocket or forged by some person anxious .- of Cooper Thrlos Saved... ' \ti Half Million! Acres'Involved.. : P, / ..' '

.' . ..' l :, to/: get me Into troubles.? 'I sea, An Injunction to 'prevent; Sheriff: Judge Charles Swaynet, of the United DEMOCRATS IN CONTROLTheir

seeking.a noble, 8elt'enet1fcing woman . States court, at' Ponsncolu haa now
not a illly and..romantic school girl.; Freeman of DeSoto _county; from under udvlsement, pendlngbl decision

I Y'laMlt YgtMafice; .firceD, .&.Sn.. San: i'Y "a aor..k.: "Nor do I understand at terk-te explain banging I salah. E:,' Cooper, sentenced a cue Involving about five hundred Vote. In Committee. Meeting Old", ,

.0'\\n' : CO"'OM"" use. er assar seas.r theyfolendeath: of that other 'to pay the death penalty at Arcadiaon thousand acres of' land,. now In the Work Republicans Badly

... poor UU to ward,wbom I finally turned the 23rd ult., for the murder of possession of the elate, and which I Is ,i
w Over the Great
anby In ..heer'Jerpll'slt7 and despair. I. Split
l '' ..CUAPXEtt .XXVt ,. I came bark' and. cave .me another of bought I..the 'bonbon* that were found Marshall Dowen, of Punta' Oorda, being claimed by various ,railroads of I .Question., ;;>1'!
three rears ago was asked from Circuit the elate. All of the land. however
: his odd looks. In her: because .L1\d\ *her
r t Continued. room, : : seen I r.C
I Judge Wifll at Tampa at the lint la not Involved In one suit, but they I .t'%,
"In: another moment the dying IDft'Qbad' stand one night with wistful eye before -- special nays i
A Washington : By taking
'I wa :year ago, after a par moment by C. B, Harrison, represent- A few .day ago at,.
given one joyful cry, uttered the a famous confectioner's, but I certainly are. numerous.
alytltf stroke and I lay In a'miserable ; -defendant, on the ground that Mrs. )Mottel, of New advantage, ,just at the right time
l Word 'Jenny, and fallen back upon : did not poison them, or, Indeed", lug tome>s ,for a

.,basement([ 1n a-hlcb'l condition,more now helplessthan : Sheaaw his pillow dead.'*, tamper with them In any way I did. .Governor Broward had no authorityto I York, argued one of the case, the of the opportunity presented to them
that"o. moved not even open,the 1J 'x, If I rememberrlght11' Issue 4 'new death, warrant until l lady bringing. suit against. the Internal Friday' the democrat of the senate
la bymy
me pau1.DJr,1in4 N
pale (aceT suppose stopped and gave ) ,.I, CnAPTKRTHE : XXTI-; What the remit of my ae- Cooper had ,been again arraigned. In I tevpnuofund ,commissioners to com Interstate 'comoiereecommittee not

Si me allttl} ...bundlo'of fruit which she : Q'CDT quatntanceahp| with her might have court and re'Bent nced. After .argument pel tuem to sign deeds to 150,000 In
." been I cannot tell. She teemed to bea Judge"Wall .denied the, petition of this land. She claims that only succeeded forcing, a favorable
was carrying: home for her own.meal.Poverty 1 took'no one into my: confidence. I I acre '
good girl but she "was an Illiterateone for Injunction. allot report upon tho Ue burn bill just a* ;
I sue holds the claims againstthe
recognizes poverty: and I law merely told Mr. Cutting and. the doctor '.
0O berg, but t could not say her nay nor that I wa nofc-at' liberty to divide the and only passably pretty.: -4Jo\- After an session of the boardof state of the Tallahassee & Carra- It came from the house, but succeed

refuse' her gift nor even thank her for fortune which had 'been lefi-me, find ever; might have found worth In her pardons at Tallahassee considering belle Railroad v and that the state I ed in getting possession of the Dill* \
If the opportunity had been mine of
: whatjtnadt( my heart leap with .joy,' then waited to see It the will would be sounding, bat I the Cooper case, Governor Broward granted this road) this amount! of land. wi nnd when1} ;sbe pu.ed'again and :yet contested. I expected It would be, but her nature wee prevented revolted the death warrantIt Prominent attocneys, representing administration measure.
doing this by her sudden death."I .
again each time. "lth'a smile that only: one or, two_ adventurer. put in Isa: remarkable case, 'this '
; tiC told-and this li another ,mystery : 1. being both the state and the plaintiff are The net result of the day's action, 'k
filled dark roam wth| 'tbe sunshine claims and these were so manifestly tho third 'death warrant for '
toy ;
which I'cannot etplaln=that she Cooper's engaged In the eaBe. among them be- studied from; a strategical standpoint '
p'' of heaven, I grew.toILveela.the light fraudulent,that the matter wa never execution that has, been revoked.
[ received a letter of warning against: lug ex-Governor William S. Jennings; I* that all the credit for taking this:
ti, a Gf her coming' and going; till there carried.Into court When I felt myself Cooper wa "'.convlcted In 1SO', of the '
me; warning, when I only meant her who Is assisting the attorney'general. advance toward securing, adequate-*" ,
Obi'J was no daylight: foe me 1C sue did not firmly settled in my position and recognized good! As to,.'who( was the writer of murder of Dowen, and sentenced to be Judge.Swayne held his decision. 'In 'legislation must, go to the democrats.. .x
pats, and no' night shadows for me If as the legal possessor of these
this note J cannot even hung In August, 1604. Governor Jennings :but It'will be announced at to
1 anonymous I reserve Thus, In the great fight come over
: ahe did. I was ignorant of her name. millions I quickly left Cleveland and ''
She never' thought to tell me,*and I went to New York. Taking room In hazard a guess. The police must determine revoked the death ,warrant a few, an early date and upon It'''depends: the rate question In the: senate, the
: that 'I can only repeat what days'hours before the hour for exec whether or not similar suits will bo democrat bave all the advantage ofj
,bad no power to ask. But I saw thatber the most retired hotel I' could find I I .
e I'said before; that: conduct toward tion. Slncu then two warrants have ,
my other who
brought by parties bold .
hand were rough -with work.thoogh' began the search delegated to me. I position.
her 'wa without any show ot disrespect been'Issued for execution and revokedby !claims. will be In the hand of
her face was'one of tbe loveliest went first to the directoryand: took: The bill
and that neither to the poorestof
that could be seeny and sometime the addresses of all the families by the Governor Dronard. Senator Tlllman,.senior democrat upon
these young girls nor to tbe best en. ,. I
t'ab t,, '; I caught a glimpse of;the heavy bundle : name of 'Rogers' that were to be found dowed did: I ever show* attention.which R. K. Lee square, one of the prettiest the commit, and under his leader., t
p4 which she always'carried on .the'further there: then "where their position war- Wilder Brothers Acquitted. .hip the democrats will see'b It thntothlng s4
was not In perfect accord with the In the'clti of Pengacola and com-
a/r tide of her,.a* If she knew I would ranted It I visited these families, and purpose The trial of Hop and Sam Wilder of' is permitted to Nand In th.-.. .
i ; for which I Bought them. manding a view city and harbor,
grieve*to see It: '*o heavy and'yet'be: where It did not I learned (through '
an Of adequate
r' : "And now I come to the experience cuno: to abrupt termination In Is shortly to contain relics of former ".. .ot the enactment an
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f" .unable relieve her:. such persons as.I thought It safe to em- -""*"" "
Tampa, the jury rendering a' verdict rate law. _
"' 'nd'weeks'went' and months which brings ma here and explain wars, both Spanish and Civil. Four
whether there
: was a Jenny
= ti why I continue to obtrude myself In of not guilty under Instructions from Urge of After the committee had adjourne-l
cannon antique pattern are
and she never forgot to smile or any a among the daughters, and If there wasI Bullock':* held levee In his '
Miss Aspiawall'a parlors, notwithstanding Judge 'Senator Tfllman a ,
:f.: word of hope or drop me a flower, contrived to see the girl often finding I to be mounted In the square by the 31
; ; the fact that uiy: presence Counsel the-defenee made a motion having eotnmlttee room. There were prenteral
city, this decision been reach-
which must often have been bought ft one glimpse 'to be enough to satisfy me
there Is not wholly welcome to some, that tbe court instruct the juryto democratic senator to congratulate -
J, the expense of ameal,! for.her clothes! as to her Inellgiblllty. ed.upon request. the Board of Pub-
were very poor and thin and her face, ; 'The child of Abram :Rogers was the at least of the persons I meet there. ,bring a verdict of acquittal supporting lic Works, and" the latter will see that him upon the practical. vlcUry -' 4"

,.1', for alt. ber< beauty**'had< that sharp, Cat; one that truck me favorably.Not Miss Rogere' name la 'fJenny;; she Is ; his motion with, an eloquent the bills are paid by the city. There secured by the party In getting
\. beautiful. as are few of any name or argument,. contending that the state control of the rate bill, naj there-
heartbreaking; look which only comes that I was satisfied even with her Ihowed'feeling are now In Pensacola dozens of old

from insufficient',food and hard work. beauty but I bed seen so( many; bold circumstance here 8nd"-bl.has mInd.voice and soul had made'cut no case-agalnst the accused. cannon of large calibre, which will were also present several newspaper s.

'And L loving her as we only love the and uncultivated girls among my wandertilg which acquaintanceship-"she., to be State Attorney Phillip made be taken fromtheir. present positionsat :DNI"f. ,

being who keeps us"from despair, had among the poorer classes, 'not only gifted but e'.cvated.! proves I cannot no argument on the motion, and Judge street corners and tour of them selected I When reference was made to possible -

,+ to ,ee ;'all"this,, and only look tbe anguish where I naturally went first that I Dullock at once granted It and dl-- to be mounted at different conferences between him and o1
turn back such a perfect embodIment -
and gratitude with which ;my could not but be struck by her Innocent my; upon have reeled a verdict of not guilty. The points In the 1 ttiq president of the United State. ;I
of all I been told to square, according to '
a heart wa, breaking. I could not even naivete (Jf expression and' jury retired and soon returned with upon "wbom be lose no opportunity
aeek for. Her disappointmentswe -* where they be desired by tha i
very '
ill pray for her to take from me the only berent goodness to be discerned Id her know she has had them-make her the formal announcement of the ver Daughters of the Confederacy. to empty the vials of his wrath Binator t
precious thing Wblch'l pos.esled-my sweet face. But I had made -
whelk up sacred In I mode up diet Sam and Hop Wilder were surrounded i Tillman said:
my ;
mother's ring. And whenI' saw herr my mind to know her better and. with eyes. '
'mind at' second interview that by congratulating friends, thehand.ehaking "Well, It I I. -a rather unexpooteil
growing paler each day,.and'walking this purpose In view, called at tbe my my Through the West-Raley-Rannle
tat If
.' situation, any'
: thje girl I had so- long sought: for"was and'greeting. to' the acquitted I and ridiculous
with feebler steps and lingering with house where she lived, I shocked :
was at Jacksonville deal ,
Company a was has Idea that I am going to
found. and, having come to this conclusion brothers being kept Ap for one in
sweeter, but ah! sweeter smile as she to bear that sickness! and death hadbeen I '
z closed a few days ago whereby E. E. myself ail C
coa!:U1ered lt only]: proper,that some minutes. make a farce of It.-with
passed the window, which had now become before me, and that the; fair '
like between UII I used :.ahtl! should! learn to know me weIl so The brothers. were charged with the West sold ,to j p. R. Lester of Morion the clown, they are badly mistaken..
a shrine r girl had forever from
to.suffer beyond the power.ot tongue I reach young and from passed tint: of the money with my I that when the moment came for me murder of Oscar Brannen who Will county G. A. lcLeod, D.V. Blount Those who Imagine I 'wn not going to, ,

.Yr e to tell;?not becttose' could;not.;act a : which I had contemplated endowing to reveal my intentions she should not assassinated June 12th last while and. George Week's of Hillsboro county fight for an effective railroad bUI -al'O'

mao's apart and snatch her.Crow tilt her ', bo constrained by any secret doubts or hauling a Jpad of melons along the tnd I.. slle Wilder, of Lakielan'!, way.,off'thcrr base. I do not; see why
aversion from accepting a gift that 1* : 55,000 acres of choice turpentine and selection" the member to bane .
work that wa destroying her; but because "Thrown off my balance by this Incident country road near Plant City my 1
I ,did 'not know what name to I next visited the v.arlou..dlooll, : almost equivalent to a small kingdom saw mill timber In Sumter county. charge! of the measure should go towards N

can her l>y :"'he>4 I prayed: to heaven and though I did not find a scholar to I Do I make": myself understood, Mr."Dc- It It now'an assured fact that Orlando The price paid' for this excellent tract allaying tbe fooling throughout s

w 'to pard'b r:, Ahd she never thought 'suit me." I)beard of a young teacher ,. graw? In to have another fratclasgbank- of Umber:by Mr.- Uster'aDd the country In regard to railroad mat

c : to tell me though'she loved me as few who was* said to posies every personaland The artist' who bad passed throughan Ing house Article of Incorporation 'elates wan $125,000, and It Is enid that. ter. I am certainly not going to. lenS
love the strong and the helpful. Infinite number "ofepaotlons and the I* well worth the 'price 'r
t; women mental attraction which one could !have been filed and a building pupchased Umbel nrseU to any scheme of
At last-ah! to think that I should 'So phase of feeling.durins long recital paid. Besides the timber there
.., desire In a w man. warmly was In which to transact business."Tue . I I. or undermining the efforts to get car
"Lave lived so-many:year\ since'then- the praised that,I became assured even .' rose with a start at this sudden new Institution"'.Is'to"'be"'known ninenilea.of.rallr'oad..whlch- rectiv: legUIadooiTb -

',there came a flay when she could hardly before seeing her.that my task Was at appeal and enthusiastically: held out eluded in the deal.Captain *"eenas* ''aI!land. be JUwed ofwhtta&oos
the Orlando Bank and
a* Trust Company
falter to my' window. Only love an: end" and.could'hardly contain my .his hand nekn. <$oa.: sad ... sbovl
could have sustained her for she had "Perfectly perfectly be exclaimed'"flow The capital stock, all of which ;
Impatience while for the letterof
waiting C. L. Park of-the independent be"at. Mbertr to do our dxisr. tn ae-
J.c clutch the rails of fence between can I thank yon enough for has been paid In. I. forty thousand '
to the
introduction which I bad Bought for steamer H.-B.-Plant, wa suddenly wet*,oar oath of oOe and,
.oe. >
Gag' to.keephergtlf.pain; falling, and and obtained from a member of the :your kindness In letting me be presentat dollars: and the promoters-syid shareholders attacked with Illness while bringing .tales sod eonsOtndar -

when Iyustlooked and looked at her school board. 'In wbom >I t wall; happy,to these explanation; I assure you are. prominent\ and successful! his boat to Tampa from Manatee- our dsskf to ore In alt ..
this eosutaMrttoa.
A' Hi mf despairing! way ahe cried softly: recognlce an old friend. that X fed the coal of pre burning on financiers of Atlanta,. Oa.,. and Or' : seals 'f.

:f I do sot.come .again, know that I I' fAnd when went Into this girl' my head, and only hope that yon will lando. To officers expect to .begin river and' died a few hour afterward. .esioaa..a.. X as not gobs to ,at ,

dead, .dear: friend. and then she humble home 'and noted Its neatnessand relieve me of them by abusing me business soon after April 1, and In additlnn -'' On May 4th last :rear Captain Park ......d gag tiuidtlisi or allaw a.,. :,j
ronld have gone, but that the awful the mark '-of_ good taste which roundly for the Various discourtesies' to the regularbanking business, surprised: Harry: Bomford In his home tie ng to hacvM to slaiisaask: fth* ef-, .

f IUtahywlthln'me found vent Jh'one I everywhere abounded'I'did not need I have ahown'yoTfc.; .". -_ they will also transact the usual bust- with hi. wife, and 'was shot-by;: oDt- tort to ..' a tip ..... lay ,... .... "

., \.. t hty;effort and I cried: "Oh. jtell me f the sight ef jher winning yet Intelligentface "Don't speak of It," rejoined the peas of a' trust company.. ford. The demise of Park was saUl sad i'' iiis1fis. I ttiak..wtU-ps *lad. ,-

'J 7 St .-. your. name sweet angel tell-in your to recognise the presence of one other, waving hi*, hand toward the ----, by doctor to bedue to the 1FOUDeLDt tbe sos.'I itle of aapMon fiat' I am1st ."-

samerand then fell forward from my: of ,thoae domestic angel who grace table on which lay the many documentS "Mis*' Parkhllf: of Tallahassee order of Circuit Judge Wall, an thin bat M a Joher.fbte h

4 chair stricken,again and helpless. ,But any home and nobly' fill the most ele- of which I have' before,spoken. baa been appointed sponsorfor autopsy was performed on the body. tm a.desnoe> tl psopeaMloa, q

''iYhen" : .: In ,fie-X know not how long vated stations. .1 talked with her,'and "Yonder." ,
I, I camee to myself.agala; they put a my liking and admiration grew, Had papers upon which I rely for .the' substantiation Veterans at the general reunion death was due to'acuto Bright' disease avesMe to,, It.I hope ...w ke willaenUnsM

book Injiay hand, which had been left she not risen to her feet a* she presently of 'my assertion There Orleans MlsaParkhlllhas and not to the bullet wound Inflicted to de a*. ')be dimnsaaa t* lathe
In :
.r.;!.'. ''-.-f or me en the evening of'that day and ;did,.and-lhereby) betrayed a.*e- you will see a copy of Mr. Delaney'swill. New selected In'April.her maid.. of by Harry Bomford.A ..,... anppeaaed tk* bill .....-,.

on the flyleaf of the .book Lead these. aloes; lameness. which robbed.her 1 of the bank book and other paper as -monslr, and I tarhr.. the dcaaeeva1. e,
1 Hr t" poa.ea.loD'o.f the honor, Miss Etirabeth Legre Fleming, ,
word: that proving me toe In .
Indisputable to beauty
upon will 'I
; ai \:.' ''r "'"My Dame is Jenny"Roger, PrAy which :Mr. Delaney bad laid such stress money t have stated and. lastly a letter \ .. cn4erf: Gen. Francis P. .Flem well authenticated report has In the *eaas do HJteirtae. "

? > for me as I shall die praying for you." shonld-donbtlfss bare.committed myself or statement drawn up by myself ing and Miss Fleming ha consented been received In Tampa that the war hove those wOT b* eaongh pates au"

s it **"*Tha book 1* under my head now Irretrievably for, my sympathy and duly attested by ,witnesses, 'in to accept the appointment Both the department contemplates abandoning the repubtteea aid k* help peas It. "

.. and when I am burled you will see that and Interest had both been awakened, which the story: related to me by Mr. election: of the Division sponsor and Port Dade and DesOto artillery: poets .

.a "', It Is JaI4t1nder.thfse.lIower. you bare and more than this was unnecesary at Delancy on his death beet Is given, to> the maid of honor will meet not only located'at the entrance to TanSpa Day NO POISON"IN STOMACH.

r given me.*. .:. > I the .time,so weary bad I become .of getter with mycceptance of the with.the general approval of the Confederate Report ha* It that the two companiesof J

e ,"'Andwa that;.the end".I Impetuously my task and so hopeless wa I of findIng strange but"not unnatural conditions .Veteran ot Florida; but with artillery, now at the forts will be Tucker I Ie ,exonerated;::;=r of Charge of '
'' cried "Did you never see or .hear. I under which b.,* 'a., stranger, left me transferred to ... 1.
) V tor4 ? -- any worthy prototype of the noble that of all Interested In all thatcon- Key welt and Gain* Murdering HI. ,Wife. .
from her again and beautiful being who had been so ibis enormous fortune. X Intended corns the Interest of the veteran ton.Tti* government has expended fif
,"'Never ,And so I' know'ahe:died. who should draw D a. llama and Daniel, who coa- ;
much beloved b7'r..Delancy."Bntths __ them tor.J.,.the lawyer- -awe1UArrangement'have . over.abrep hundred_ thousand .dollar : -"* -i.Hcn
k But other of her'nam and char n Rogers' darted tho poet mortem eaamknaUoaat .
t girls physical d1aa1l1ty,others, metip" a deed, of gltCln' Miss on the posts., .
;' acter stDI live. For every throe she at once marked her as ufiflt for the position favor but'11. found them very useful .... Ga, In th* ors of B. w.- -;.,

pas: :uffereoV' for every weary hour. she for which I sought her. 'I dared when,,111'; Once; showed me the warrant been made for Tucker have reported that they tonal

; passed, another shall reap joy and rep not' give Mr. DelancyV. money'to one of arrest which: had been made the establishment of two large wood Another consultation of the Tampa ao poUon In'the atomaoa. ,.

alias comfort Ton have promised It. conspicuous for a defect when be bad out In'my name, and I shall be much ,distilling plants at Lake City with a Northern. .Railroad promoters was held- It waa. alleged that abe bad beaapoisoned ;,J,!

and I rely) upon :you to keep your,.wordas bidden'me cbooll8*absolul. beauty.'at : obliged It you also will cast your:. eye-: rapacity of thirty cord each per day. with, the governors of the Tampa by ber husband to seeurektte ., .

'T. I .would ,very upon myself: Ali.d least not till I had sought further and over :them, that nothing like the Tbey are' to be la operation In about Board of Trade a few days ago. Nt insurance. and under this ohaJrgeTmcker

t., ,sweet peace. I know thee at last Fifty: found beyond all dispute that the 'city shadow of a doubt may ever again lie two months,and will furnish work for definite. agreement as to the railroad ha been la "Jail. U. WM re- .

,t ; ;year hare I ought thee, and now, -a* held no one of her name at once more between me and a gentleman whom I about seventy-five men. Another Is builders- proposition for terminals was kaaMd on an"otder from the.oltcttecahs.wL , ...

V r X" die thou haltest at my bedside" charming and more worthy.: Bo I re feel bound not only'to respect but' ad- established at Lake ;puller made,' but It I* understood: that they .t.

:"Could I disturb such a hope' QUlx- commenced"my search and this time mire." "' .- Stock haa also been subscribed for a soon will be made, and that the workof 1 ,

11; : otic as his scheme was, I had' no right went. the round of tbe private schools The 'artist, overwhelmed, and In a pinning factory In Lake .City.Rafael pushing the road's completion'to P"'T Yl1U.0P' MOUNTAIN FEUD. ,',

\. -. :to criticise. 1 might have suggested "And here I want to say. that whatever.consrquences condition of great excitement took the Tampa will begin at an ? '.
early date -
'It that .be should make fifty girls while the
: .comfort -
have followedmy paper and glanced ot them,
!'f.\' may Orandllla. fireman on the Mc Old Trouble Br*.k. O.t Afresh. andThree
.\ .*a, able-,.instead., of 'one) enormously undoubtedly mysterious action.. Iam detective, rubbing his hands together, Gnssle \
Kay steamship met death In
gC ;.rich,,but In'm7 position any laterfernc conscious of having done nothing consulted each finger epratelyra If } Paper of Incorporation have. been Mn Will Die.

"** "i"seemed an Impertinence, ('and that would In any way.lay me open to In search of an answer to a problem a shocking manner a* the sip was ap- fed with the Secretary of State of The Johnson-Motley fend In CaD ".

,,tl( might b....undermined a faith which the charge even,of nngentlemanly conduct that yet possessed feature sufficiently proohJng. dock ln the
,f "it: behooved me to see preserved In X tried to make my Inquiries and unaccountable to puEcle-him.. _" -hIs head out ef engine drew Bay Railway afresh Satnrday night and a*' a result ,

'Ii' .". ,him.: Beside It wa rapidly Becoming take all necessary observations myself; Who wrote tlie letter to Mi**'Roger roomwhen'Itwascaught; ,: by
", .J" too lat (rexpo.tutatlon..Tbe strength which was perhaps. a mistake but I In Miss Hadden'a cbooIT' he said, walking beam and sohorribly build a line of l to tam Blair hot four times In the A

,1. .which had sustained, him through,thl* never wilfully,led.any girl to think I musingly' "Who .aent. the'"note :of crushed a* to cause Instant death. throughthe countiea, railway :tfromppellka Barl; stomach': Bob Motley shot twice In :...
'.' final Intwrvlew was fait ebbing away, took a personal Interest In her nor didI warning that frightened! the other poor bour. Russell groin; Richard Johnson, throat cut L
Henry and
:' land: I felt.that" \U was rather' my duty ever breathe a/word or give a glance girl Into a flight which ended-In her 'the steamer Success arrived fa Kintmmee and *C Houston, in Alabama,. The trouble between the Motley y' -

fi''ta' speakrio him of another' world than that could be wrongly misconstrued death In the blind alley? ;And :who put one day the- past week with In n. 0nfBd; Washington counties, and_the Johnsons// two large famllle*. : ._.1.,
; delayjhl* ,thought1:any: longer japonf without the aid of the girl' own van poison into the box of bonbon.which over '18,000pounds.jDfcatflsh.. These rlItL .Pmam'aCfty- a; new of -the Pea
town an Ridge neighborhood near
.J. W.--9 ity.. I.nay thin nO'W.becau.e., accord. yon bought and lent IB good faith to -fish were all trom'the '.Lake Okeecho-: St. Andrews bay The eapl-
r4 "% ."I'therefore. battened, to give him big to- 111',Gryca: : event for which I this girt? These Are three very serious bee j and tal stuck of the company Is $$1,000.000 the Dukalb county line orlglnaied ten
;-\H jay' last assurances, 'an
t Rileal>wheteithe-,1aW741',, 'stood. asked : my; ,discovery: of a very' pretty "You are right. assented Mr., De- .catch.. 0110 has been paid .an. illielt distillery,'when blood rhea shed

t."! 'asm K b ii' :w'onld.feel) any easier If his Miss Roger !In .Miss Hadden' school. graw "very: serious questions' Indeed, '- aed'.ha bvokea. out tmqoenUy since.

\.. wlshes'Waa.apreased on paper. But She received a letter Inviting her to ..ns.aterdeW'dn for In letter and poison we. can discerns' ". the .United, State falls .to'Makeup .At the last ....

'r tu '..Id,:'Xo;'\t ..that be i had, unbounded the,Jersey depot But. the evidence of malicious :.feeling the project Booking to the securing city Council a meeting of the Miami CAftTRO'C o itR ntftCAT'; .,. ..

J onodeB r In me,,and, .looked 'olovlogly never1 wrote that letter..:;I simply against the girl possessing 'this 'one 'of 24 feet ot water at"mean low tide, to W..W.Prout franchise '"wu ranted

Jrr\, "" tkat. my heart lost *ome of Uspprlon. paused when she., and ber companion I name which may :Dot 'yet have expended between the presenC: channel of the erection of and associate for the WHI Smash Monroe
/ .' and'myfuture ,.,task- apMMMd pafcsed br'mt,on_their way to church Itself. ,'and which If "yetrace cannot 6t'John* fiver and the: plerhead linen, a gas plant, both for lightIng Clear. ,:
and Franoe and
for tne'ntoneit .!.fs-onerous. or concert looking at her most certainly It* source. may extend/Itself-to ajeaiabllhed, In'front of ,the city of heating' A. sOon as Out J erei0nraAdrlcea >

t 'But I akoaiVlIke to ale' the, lawyer ,but not with Impertinence'. or even the Miss Roger now at ySsigiwttlrMis "Jacksonville, !It, will not be becausecitizens their plant 1* built'and the city,piped reeetge4''bolD YenesnelA 4

tAlt >ti phraald: '" c' ", with.'any'extraordinary Interest.for!. ,Asplnwall. with. we do not know of Jacksoaihebave; not ponetheilbost"to they 1F1II b. .able. to furnish gas tot are to the effect that President Castrosays ,

'- OottindnnA last t'i''f' *,1 ,oOD'i'''Wt1aat.JM.'; =nothing tvbatMsITesulta.' *. --'"- -.=---;::;;,.=;7'- %; convince'c the board of CCo1dnc=or"UglltJDc'--puitiol-e.-th.-t he- 'will .nnmble;panc.break -- -'

i Mr.. left them. for beside.-a1':'rather ordinary prtttlaeir '?!'. '4 tT": >ro be continued.. ?" engineer of ,the ,advisability .and mar being their apecWty: Mr!. Prout ',up the';: lonroe,doctrine clear out th.',

...tber.'W: ; t'.tJI"' *ald' recommend her to my record,and mere : practical _necessity""of..taking 'up the promisee ;that .before :another ,toUrilpt French;. from Veimtnela.: .and then

E Wt.trobi: ,tit., lWrrV. :prettiness:' eyes 'of. ,*n"extraordinary i fTbefogl'le' often'so'.uperclhloui' 'a* .work, '' reason etiaU roll i und the plant will start;;OD;.AmaiicaaEnglishmen'. :''.and:

.S ji/ged, b. '.somithtgqmtttrre nature, w* not' enough to, charm these : lot',to be on" speaking'term* ,with.bit. : ', .Q V .t bm completed and .In_ operation,. I OertnaMi i .woo;. M.. 'decHre*,, arc. ,.worn:
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Millionaire 9
I ,Amsrlcanv flan: Over: ?
Boy ; ,
While Of South In Congress:; I f. Purport' of WOMEN WHO SUFFERFROM
Opeedlna Auto 'In Italian ,.'
And Got ''Decided:Call-Dow! aril
: In Hoeex
\ Town and 'le la'Attacked Fiercely., 'Rioters 'inChinaStart 'IAtriducsd by Rep.

f froIWPresl'd, \ .....ntat-lv. Kelfer. .r
.G '" ,
'j A,, dispatch, from Florence : on Bloody Crusade.MISSIONARIES . '- 1t =
Italy, '' .1
, 5jck'"eadache
.. A Washington special Rprtentative .>
I says i,WV K,Vanderbllt la detained :dPullet ; says; ,
.... Kelfer of Ohio introduced a ,
MORE OF MORRIS AfFAiR ,Edera, on the road to Pisa, t

having had .an automobile accident ARE'SLAIN biD 'J.on4a7 to. reduce'.the number ofrepresentatives. o ''SHOULD, USEflEff ?

--.r r .. In the Chouse from '" ''I
In the ,
!street by which: a boy .was '...........,1"/ southern
.state because of the dlsfranchlsement /
Woman's Husband Requested Injured. -
Tbs The, boy was not seriously '
'. Roosevelt 'Make Public hurt Mission Houses fired, English Family of negro voters. The bill p r
Apology The Incident Involved the de- "'
Butchered ;Viand: .P'ourt.en.Amera.. makes the'reduction a. follows

for Ejectment tf His Wife' fentlon. both( pf ,Mr. and Mrs." Wi: K< cans Escape .game .Fate Only, .. Alabama from. ., '... ., ',,-.,. ''..,. 9 to &

from White. House. Vanderbilt, Jr., and their, auu"our.iUld 1by'Fllahtr .' Arkansas: from 'v ... .. 0.? "to :S
ol N
---- turns out to have Seen much more Florida from: ,.,_. .,. 4* ... .., 2

Ii A Washington special says; DiMinor. serious than at flint reported. Consul General-' Rodgers at: Georgia from :. t'., .. oo!, ,,ti to e A
.Morris, whose wife some week Louisiana fromklissisalppl '.. ,. .., ... ,.i 7 to a
Mr.Vanderbilt and his ,chauffeurwere cabled the state department '
on '
: ,, < to S" 1
e. 00 ?
ego, WM ejected from, the white house. mobbed and the former drew fromfrom
Monday that 'the American missionsat North . .'?.. .1Q to 8 '

\ where, the had gone to present alleged revolver and. the and both Mr. Vanderbilt, Nauchang, In the province of Klangsi -" South,. Carolina from, .,, ... ,4 T t* 3 For ,Permanent, ReliefiiSrS&S&iftt : I a

grievances to the president, gave chauffeur, were arrested and have' been Tennessee from .<. 4; ..' ,10 to 8 ,, or the'Liven, It'Will : .

out for pubL'cadouWedne.daythe cor" taken to the police station. Mr*. Van-. destroy Telogramistate Texas from . 4. ..' .'.. ,.11 to IS, ""'4 AJIfD,cRu r n." TSSffr1ITJIL

ictpondence which recently passed be derbllt was escorted a hotel. that the fourteen American missionaries Virginia from: :,.._.ft.,, y.. , .8. *lJEofyioua mineral substance.: and.Is composed solely t'UnVCITINC \
In" the there escaped but the King- lUKBS.: for weak and
midst of Especially
. the excitement It adapted weary
himself and the While Kelfer's bill alms at all the
; tweed president r. Was reported that the child wns-doaJ ham family English,,-two adults and .constitutions; strengthens the weakened elands and organs;. It check
carding th southern states, U Is thrown out -
: case. all derangement of th human
t two children are reported to have
and the
Dr., MorrU demanded a public apolf townspeople-became so on- a'tentative, feeler along the line of '
raced that they attacked the chauffeur. belt killed. CURED 'HERSICK': HEADACHE
of the "for.thia I the' reduction of representation of. '-
president outran
. The. American gunboat,.EJ Cano. at
Mrs. Joai Cameron Central Avenue Tas 1e.'
''on womanhood and those states in which It can be shown
common decency
In fact, matters reached a very critical Nankin, has been ordered' to proceedImmediately that there are distinct provisions'slated "Texaswrites:. Itl Am HlSJlBlNR pft.meqakk'nUef ,, ,
Secretary Loeb'replied to the letter,, to IOu Klang where.she and take pleasure in recommending i| toeD'I 1
stage and Mr.. Vanderbilt beVevlng ?
stating l that an Investigation by the probably arrive by Wednesday.The at ,the, negro. ,It is probable. women who suffer from sick headache." --
of that the lives of .the party.. will this 'bill, will followed, by the Introduction .. *
chief showed
police that the
arresl .
trouble. Is about 400 '
; In scene of.the WITHIN TWC KXACH Or ALL /
were danger, drew a'revoiver. tor
of resolution .
a calling! '
was justified and that tho klaidestaotto'Mr. :
.., Morris and her kinsfolk WM Before he could use, the weapon, mile Mr. up Roberts the Yangtoe later, cabled river.that the. : investigation Into the educational and ilfty 'Certs' A Bottle I" Avoid'All Satetiteic*J I, Il +t

however several, Jumped into grandfather disfranchisement
to refrain from giving the case additional men inland British missions are reported clause ,.
the automobile,' disarmed Mr. Vender. where Ballard SnOW.'Ljnirn'ent Co.
publicity. The letters follow: .saf. '. provisions ot'tho. state ,they ,, .
,.. bUt and kicked and cuffed him., have been adopted' because republic '
"To the Prlleldent'ot thUnited ,It Is .alleged 'that after long continued ' leaders 1 1 St. ,Louis, U.. S. A.
Eventually an officer of gendarme .can, believe those most vulnerable i
waited .
States-Sir' Having patiently disputes between the, Catholic
with reinforcements arrived on the to attack. :
a numb of peeks! t1&at..YOIi might has priests'and: theChinese: magistrate of ..1
scene aM'aftt' the townspeople Representative Crumpacker, ,who
have ample time to ascertain all the Nap chang.the priests Invited the magistrate BOLD.AND fltlteOMMIt EO BY '-
somewhat'calmed down, succeeded In has made a study:of the election laws. .
circumstances connected with tbe insult to a. banquet where they tried **5
rescuing the autotsts, who were takento of the southern states, holds that Georgia '
recently offered' mi wife: at the to.compel hint to sign an agreement :
and Tennestee have nothj
the police station, followed by a Tem .
white house and that might make fur the' of large ,indemnity -
you payment a
crowd of shouting people. Ing In their constitutions or their laws '. - J| LJ.._-*-. I..U.-.-._- ..1,11JILL* --- A-
somo expression of deprecation whichwould for the destruction of the Cath '
The leaders protested vigorously that make them vulnerable to,, attacks, ;',
naturally be expected, it 1 18 now olio, mission property.; According tc
against the alleged! carelessness ol f but he and other republican. leaders KISSIM/VfEE(
Incumbent: on me as husband and clt- one report,.the magistrate became la ,
the autoraoblllits,:I and said that ,11 ( seem convinced that a test of tbe educational '
,len. to demand' a public'apology for .Ignant and committed suicide ,but laws with their <;
was time to put a stop to such led "
this outrage on, womanhood and common ; the Chinese assert that a priest at
dents InvoUlng.tho loss of life, whlet grandfather clause attachments openly -
decency. tacked'and killed him., The officials,
.discriminating against the negro, EIVEEIOU'1'a: :
were constantly increasing in mates .
.It Is unthinkable that such brutality bers. .- fearing to arrest the'-priest,, called a would result. in their"being declared .

would be tolerated'anywhere ID- public( meeting, whereupon the Cath unconstitutional. K lter'-.proJOII8' to

thin country but above all .In the RAPTIST ollcs, according to the Chinese'' ver press his movement for an Investigation ? STEAMER ULLIB; S11CAMER: JtOSEADA." _&*.

whit house. BODY- stop of the trouble set .fire.. to their looking to a ,reduction of: the Captain Clay Johnson, Sr. 'Captain Clay ,,Johnson,' :Jt n

'"That my wife has been confined to 'own premises.The representation of the'southern statesIn Regular %,.eklj'tripI to. Basilnger S4d.return.;: Roseada'1eeveaIUssisr'rR1' : 1 N

her bed for sic weeks from the'chock 0". Negro Burned and Another Doom public meeting of the Chinese congress, and, In the electoral col -",\.,,see Tuesday morning. and arrives. jMsslmmee Friday evening.' .)

and injuries of this damnable treatment .dto Gallows In Louisiana. .'' developed into a riot in, which according I lege. He has been active working Special Charter Trips to Lake Okee obee' and Fort Myere on tb.UilteiComfortable

U bad enough but I can say to A mob of 500 men shot to .d-th to one story six of the Catt organisations different' parts of accommodation forpusengers.: Rates.reasonable./ '

i you In all-calmness that had the orlfInal Wilts' Cage' a negro, aged 80 years! J ollcs were, killed, though a"laler a. th*,north, and there are evidences.'of The most picturesque Waterwsy In Florida. '(, t';

.'/ ordera'from the white house been and afterwards burned the body near count 'says the number of' Cathollciklflod +. a systematic, movement toward reducing For "Passenger and. Freight, Rates apply .to 9. ., F

__ r ../_ carried out as to her longer Incarceration : was four., the representation of the south CLAY JOHNSON. BR-.. Proprietor.; ",

her life Would have, been sao> the town of PleD lUe, la Blenvllta H. C Klngman a Protestant', missionary The present strife Inside the'repubU On_.board."Ulll- Klsslmme.t FU...

flood. parish, Louisiana, Saturday: afternoon. and'hls wife. also were kllla can p.rty"I. regarded by the wisest 't, ,
..It' Is' therefore Incumbent' On m*' The. negro :was captured during,Fri and of their two children'was wounded political leaders of that party-.. .au +.+.'.a..U' r. ,

to repeat my urgent request that you"' day night, suspected of being th..n. the'other being rescued. ''The curing badly for republican success "

,take action at one* suitable to the who attempted a criminal assault 01 only; Protestant mission buildings dstroyeiV this. fall and In' 1908. and this movement NORTH KI8SIMMEB.,, PHONE" N0. I.,. '

which hare stocked ; were, those of Othe Ply IT out at the south
circumstances Sarah' KJant, the lle'ear-old achoo. : to strike a blow '
the entire nation.'. Respectfully girl. Friday afternoon. Brethren..; and the"democratic party Is likely to

"MINOR MOKMB.t .. Page,wets Identified by the girl, aDd< Fourteen Americas escaped In'
t "February 16.1908." when ,a, deputy shertft.started to ,JaI boat been In evidence at any time In re' : ,,:

t Th. President' Letter. with him'a mob riverpower'gdM offl. A Pekln dispatch says: According to'a centears.., ..

7 "'The "White House, .WasWosjton, ear and took the negro. He warn' tafcw Chinese .o>flclal"occupying' a, big

,February 29, 1900.-eir: In reply to to the seen. of his orlsne.. where.'h<. station, the finding of dynamite In: BLACKBURN 18 I UNDER'" BOND. FandlyUrotedes :.
the street outside the gate leading to> :
your letter'ot the 16th instant tits made a full confession. Th mob thei '- ,
.to. to the royal palace on Friday,: FebruaryS State"'
president say yea stood DIm up'against, tr** _d ah* North
that he had the superintendent of police him .to death riddling his' body will. 2 followed by the receipt of a waning Jurisdiction. of Court.

'of the District Columbia, ., Major bullets., More than 100 shot wrfired. against revolutionist students ai- Congressman Blackburn of the FRESH TEAT

Sylvester, make a careful Investigation After the shooting a flre ,ww riving In Pekln ,has precipitated' i a eighth! district of'North Carolina, submitted . .. ' .. ' .

of the' circumstances connected kindled around the body of the ne0soand isms In the palace. himself Jurisdiction of ,:,. .' >?"'an. bierAMtiMiMi11. > :.
of newly ;Delivery- days ..II.
.' with the arrest of Mrs. Morris tor the mob remained, until. It b4 xTh reception officials scheduled many for Saturday appointed the' United States district court at .ic every " ,

*< disorderly conduct at the executive been cremated. Ashevllle 'Monday) In. answering to ,

.,.' ',''. office and the' superintendent ubmlt A military company rdeed by Ooverncr WM hurriedly countermanded themMilitary lea.' the Indictment 'returned against him .). '" ; ., . .'':: ,.
be revolutionist among
., ted to the president all th*, affidavits Blanehard from Uetner, La,., there wer. and on the charge of having practiced before ., ,,

of the persona whom he had examined. reached the seen nf the JynaMoc ..whenever precautions' the dowager: empress taken, hai the treasury department ,and received :- _.>> :h- F>>iWNIOI ;UiW...70i7.r"rl UN.

Th president carefully went over Ma : Visa they arrived, the mob had dispersed -: : fees therefor, /
walked in of the' Forbidden .
the grounds
Sylvester's: reportand the .t da- ; and quiet wa >*st*>ed.Cbaries Judge Waddell Issued aa order .
Friday has beenescorted
rib and also personally+saW"Wjor'. Oolemaa the siesjro *h*>rce4 City since' she' transferring the case to Greensboro. Bakery : .
of eight soldiers City
Sylvester and some of the person with having:assaulted and Bs rdr4UlssT by a guard. The trial will be held abouf' the mid .

making, the affidavits... He cams. to the Margaret Lear wa sosyHiHn* Iscourt carrying rifles. dle of April at which :time .a special _

conclusion'that the strut waa at Bhreveport flaturdsr. after a The officials In Washington acoepl term .of the court will be,called.Mr. PIES? : ?
General Rodgers' suggestionthnt AFRESH BREAD
fled and that the force used la m JlUt1-j trial laatlac ,thre* hoars. Oarero local .: Blackburn's bond wa fixed at ,
trouble Nanchang is "
t.n at
was caused by the totol and was signed by B. J. Harris. -: .. "
the arrest who attended the $1,000
Blanchard the with the AND ;S : : gI
: has been
'aloe offered' ,, by Mrs.' Morris to th .dgned. tile death seotenoe. Th_i<1nr last two aa preceding attacks came on foreign .. former candidate for governor.. "i: CAKE.,! : off,

officers In the discharge of their duty,' hours of 9 a. m.;' sad S '
between I,
missionaries la China. 'Therefore ; Raisins Currants ,Citron Peel: lf 1 I
tlaa''was neeary **- CLASH ,
and was no- greater fls@d a* the esase*- MORGAN 'AND CROMWELL ,
m. apprehension that the
9. I little /
there ,
to make the arrest effective. Uosu", ,... : 'Olives, Sweet Pickle, *, *( :
s, It Is
trouble :will' spread. However /
'/ "Dnder these 'circumstance: th* A Jury war secured In .the *a within realised that the incident Itself appears Alabama .'' ? at Refusal. ; ,Sour Pickle; rllied'ck: es!i 1 ;I't. '
president does no* consider that the '. abort Mxa*. :
raUvely Questions.
a eomp Justify such operations: ae of Witness to Answer '

ojflcers dare properly subject to-blame. The evidence Introdncad; 4 ,wen'eoBctartve -. are now >under way from a military .The examination of William CromwelL : : !t. L V NCH, GOODS.w, p

'lie was also satisfied that the kindest and a verdict.was' returned three of : largely In connection -.".
point' view ; r who has figured 3: I .
thing that could be done to Mr*."Mor given to Candy Figs ,fDate\ ;
nlnutes\! 'after the case Iras The report that ,English subjects with the sale of the Panama ; ,
'ris-and'her kinsfolk was tie .jury, and ,Judge T, J. Bell who have been killed Is the most serious *nal,property to the United State, '
Peanuts. .
from giving any additional' ,publicityto the ireslded.. .. immediately, .passed 'the phase of the affair; for:It Is said that was begun by the senate committee .,J Fresh_. _.Walnutsy. Pecans,> : ; t, .

_the circumstances" surrounding_ death .eatenoe_ )ll. f.bct".p -.-..!, '___ this fact, mar"of Interoceanlo canals Washington wNh"i3'STAR'L.AUNDRY. ' "e :
case. 1tours. truly, font mltttary companies %were. o. Forcible measures ;,on the port of the Monday.. ylt : ; .c,. ,

'WILLIAM LOEB, JR.. nard .bout' the court house drains British government that might en- 'Ther."weretreqdellt tllta betweenthe .-r.tf4.flN.. ,;: t't- a !.tfm ftw AI ..' "

't, ._- _-, "Secretary to the .Presided. he trial and every person wo at-, Same the entire'Chlnese population. witness and. Senator Morgan because .- , . ,, ",:. !
t Llahtahlp.. ended was' searched. aa approach-- Nanchang; where the missions' were : the former wa not, more specific f'h:.l ..

Money,for"Brun wlck ed the building., Tbere'was no *etnmstratlon. destroyed,'lies on' the chores'ot Lake ,In his answers'to questions by .
The house committee on tatertae and while feeling,Is still ,Poyang in the northern, portion at the' senator. The latter declared to* \..

I'and foreign oomll) ro. has mad a -favorable ntni,. It .'I.' believed tthe" law will. the province 0 of Kiangsl and th*,, would deal with the, witness. in the ': .... :.. .f.I ... .. ,.

report on the Adamaon bill Increasing be:allowed' to- take ,Its course. Yangtse river la navigable to that I senate. Mr. Cromwell :replied with : s

I from 990.000 to $1(0.000'fba, Tho military. } will remain until'ah_ point as;.,-ell, as the I lake itself for. some warmth that that'was,. the "only '
appropriation tor' .a light ship at considerable sit*.' "., OfJochelson SA 1 f 4GES: 4Walde1lul.C' :;"
Uio execution of A-DOVES
er warstlpr' .. ,, safe place, QUEER .:
da .
Brunswick, -; ' .
.' -
'LEGAL ACTION, RECOMMENDED.- THREE: NBCK3 ARE SAVED. FEUD 8T8\TO FACE .COURTS. VICTIMS. OF .TRICHINOSIS.. ,' the' Russian most to tie"protecting'root with, too*;
frozen earth
'. "- scientist who has recently returned of.snow chinked In with.
.ter .: the Famous Breathlt Kills People! the United States from Siberia'where and debris.- ,This brings the Inmate ,
Asked l.erala.Prt.on Commission Act oia An Echo">ef Poisoned Hog Meat Five .
to R.It' .
New York Life. Will Be head of th.Je.up -at all.times about ten feet below .th* .t
; Int.rnecln."W.r: be spent ,two years as :
fund Campaign, Boodle: Trio of Capital C****. County ;and Others' Are aik. **. expedition,' tells many Interest. surface.. Und .ubte41ythe"moaC ,,as\
that legalo, .rehoarinc* I betore'Of A feud echo 'of sensational propertlons -, Is, at the / of
RedbmtnendatioRS As th* result of Ruins Woods; of Collins Ins things! o>. the maritime .Koryaks. tonishing and spectacularfeature' ',
.tlon be Instituted to recover campaign Georgia pftlOn'eomm'' Wed was heard at 'Jackson;' Ky.. a Savannah. ,Oa, ho.plbLr recovering living"In. scattered villages along the Iho Koryak house Is the man of en ., v

; contributions made by the 'New nCOd87! in three' capMal,cases; two of ew> day' ago/.when' the $reathlt'countY trichlnosl.1'' Mr..Woods' and his shores south:of the Bebrlng,and Okhotskjieas. trance Thejrppf irattalned by,scaling '

York LIfe Insurance company wore the defendants will *d to the penlteatary Jury rendered" Indictmentsagainst from ; : ., A striking and eharaeterlstlce a narrow' split log extending'down' '

.SubmVrJed, \ to the ttu.teeaot that com : ton Uf. Instead of to UM gallows grand wife reooveredsfr'oaithe; disease thatall" ; phase of Koryak life, aleordlnf from the top having-hole*\cut'in It ,
the Burrell Pattespcn.-of .Judge James:'Hartfs,:Ed.:Cal.. carried"J1.e: (the Woods,faxo-. -their'peculitrbodrglasspik. 'tJuT.ThVand baudertiTh.lntalta;.
pin, "t New ,York Wednesday, ..ihllethe'thlyd, to Mrr-JochelsonIs' ,
special Investigating committee bead ieard county, was given reeptte. -toy iaUn;* :F.; rench'Jobn, -Smithand,; 117 since Christmas.; '''From,, eating house, These are ire i I. reached by>> descending another,per-

.by-Thomas_, : :: ,P. Fowler.':,it Is recommended Jovernor.Terrell .until, :Jtfarch 16 faturther John, bne.,... charging murder. ', .'and-,Loeesaory --- meat of a sick hog containingthe ant markable'' subterranean habitations, pendlcalar wltha'a1lppery: hewn coating, stairway of gras'covered and,:". .
that the. be recovered investigation. ', having a fetid.atmosphere almost ua-
money to the ame in the death of MOO j
Mrs..' Don. a. native can
Mr. and Fred but
from such officers) and trustees asS "'The, ,sentences ,of Lem Oreer* cf u' malculae trichina bearable to the whit traveler. From soot ,
ctJuiloch 'Attorney James Marcum two'1! '. 'Collins Use parents ;of distance one bf the houses has tIu..appear.ace' cessfnUjf,Accomplish:.' Tb* ,
( there and 'Jim Carter a
counsel shell'decld. are liable Ipaldlng county Cowart; ,ot '
< ; flOOrlaD4... banes ,!i
to!. county were commuted from ago. Senator: ,Alex Hatgls wa*. no|: 'MIL:Woods,, and three of their daugh--' of some out., ,hug of ''a Inverted snowbank ." has anything\ a. groocd in! the shape:of III....... ::

oath. to ) Imprisonment. Indl tecL : _. funnel artalnjr .. 't loktng'
life s'rl tera.h&Ye.:4l: L.l., : -- -- 'lopr 'Derides "f ars'-toppet,rveaae' "If tt.
; : The craterllke
; MAY RETAIN, BOTH ttETS.: y t.," :.. :+..... '. forming a root, is ,,.aed' as 'a seal btabbw"and"'f'jwttt*,;nd ,

'....- ALEX LEQLER, .'OOE9 ':TO JAIL:, .. HEX, IN NEW ORLEAtNS. HITS, ,RAILROADS. -OK PAPERS,., general storing' .place ,for food\'and for melting snow are the clef household p
The Two Departments ,,In"W.ehlngt;'.. -, down- uteul1&-ne: limited almost -
11"'Georgl..BoY all sorts of articles. It slopes
: ::t*" Continue. ''Statistloal Wcrtd., .I Held. n. ,:,.....y.CIIy; for'Murder .Carnival;4Klng' Arrive* and"Marcjl, ; p"" GrasFestlylti.a Land XJrants'tatJB.,Taken'Away,WBn ward to,'an aperture: In :the' center,' 'and ejuslaaiveir whal/nesli'to-Ash,; wlth, haU-RossUuahrickytea *okd. .
; seal l
;'MU Brother.. Benin which smoke hol..r'yeDUoi
s.ti'otrovernm.nteta.ttatics. : of as
serves '
That both ; ? 1 DelayedTo' ' occasional tanry.Som . .
Clt3rar a With the formal .entry. of Rex the, Building and 'below., A'.number aa an ( '
the'depattmeeitotculture Judge Hlgglna ofiJer'ser : later passageway .
thos*:from : ; .. 'of land'ral t tWrtr t6 ,forty OIl both sens.relattaas. .
'' decided 'th.tPbltberChlet_ arnival ,was'la fall,blast at'New Or- of logs arranged a'circuit sep ,
iearins dwUla
and those from";the'Wn-, fnrphyahad!preMntecl a.prima fart lean) Monday... All,'record* ''\nth\ ta".railroads, exletln only 'on I paper. port' the framework of'UM?roof/th* 1I81I&1It, Inhabit booths.on* six ....:?GsMI .,continbed:wa ') .lejc: 'Legtor;'and' tM matter:"of:'attendancepromised;tasbeurokenwnfTh ,Representative:leTie<:Iowa.:.ha*Jn: sow.b rest on a seteojadry :.... dovpsfat' =. :.i, .,
"uM-'eptttl0nv"of7th,*"" ,ass,;.asalnst; ......... of land 'slantlag tst by > w1MA. ;
phi ; rprsatatlve maawbs; ;-_....'accused%'ofrder t *''streeta traversed by-the, {reduced,a .bill.for,forfeiture pile of Umbers,,forming th*- ....*.
s trv.
of aUJntereats efiv.a'ls. loner" ; ; ;rmiantj 'to_ 'of tarn Intrtor1'... ,:. a lamp ta th. .
mad byvtti '
,of hi* brothrr'CarV wa* ... acesmt the king 'woraasoasestedIsnd'tiere ; grants. ; 0 .....
the house ,committee>agrtats96ard: I ; an immeaso yallroada.ewbere', tile 'saai* felled< tit),! ,'Fo swartr 'nia. moat I* tlsi"wMe1e. .

[That;congress should take ta* ..neaeS'an '\ listed,will to Lbo'ubmlt eunty.tb*;,Jail evidenc' Prosecutor ta $kI .plutadaon't; ; fcvre wa* t*: wltn***,,I'' \uIl4';.S!'. u.wttlsla,.), . |>"w .li'b.uM. had .eovsnsl. ,sta a till.aC.': .' .-:.: ,s, 'M... '

step to perfect,,to* present ays> .",Ipe., : ...,.a .1".':.. ) :W ..d'''' : :o. } !,.I.i'j"'r.r' '. , ., I '. U Uv ' ... .,' I,
terns ,also,th*. ;\war. .: l 'I"J '..IiJ"J .;; :,,)4J...?< i h,,,- ./}" :, .'r.- '!1! :; : "" > .. ,.., ; ,,'';, ,1'" }r r
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KIwI1fR11Yl 1 l .'Nay r' 'Prbclaraatlon.,
,, : .,, ,1'ttJ tt61 ,"C' ,
.. By ehtee of the pnwrr;; vented In ins I. t. W.
A<1<.e.->irt. aa Maynrof the lown- )J..lnlmCItl. ._ T.
: "f''.1 ,", J." . RELaHtONtt, .l1..1e . . = ITIorii-a, du| brreby nroi-Ulm. sod < .-'II, * '
:, "I ., !r' ,.,1. re....... ayaay + + th.. w. lieiioral 1(1..-''"" rIlJY
Haiurday. Hie 81-t day of slsn-b. A U.lim i
.' ..":,_ee'lnr, V-t|.j7' UwtefM: IIUIlGIIII', ., (or the .....--.of el.....un' the tullawlog FULL LINE
1tI# I.IiHIE.CNCIIOLAOMJTY.r.... .atM la to aerve for t e.term ol,one year, via: 'I
..'._ ;. one W.r_. '
:! a _. One t.-rk and Tax Oolltctor:
':ry.. IV> .EfI ttof ail f rrsctlstor. One Trtaaurer. endnneMarabal.

X. tared at tbs tneeomoe 1. IC..I_...,Fla.. AIM Two AldM-men, to serve fur'the term ef f '
s 'l..aeoone-elaaa mall, __. ; . ALL KINDS OF .
Yv.YrJb'y .'- ? :.
r app tnt W. .rmotl.. M. Will
i;' .._..... 'will pleeae notify tae offctti l'n. arM ami, a' M IteBaravr' a. inaprrlora tXrrm /
,, .. \by all to get tbe paper reguiarl .U-a-lou/ and ;A. IL ,\,' )---.Ioa"OD. ewtlromouraaaa?r. Said, .1-1.....
.. POD .D ._uav >e ai.D.... .f the In wltneaa whereof I nave! hereunto act mr 'HEATING 1
t hand a Mayor ol aid town and Mused the ol- . ........, will sotto returned .BleaeOa.a Dclal oral of paid. town.In te hereunto altlsed _
T- a the. *Id d.r.of ... : tvuti. \
? '. 1(, -J, "'. ..DILlilloLil. 4i V .
aiirKa Mayor of u..Jf wttOlKla l liniuee City: -
Atldtt, AND ,
eopy,one year ., .. ... . ....,. ..'1.00 *, R. GILSKHT. J* I 9Ja1sAs.alt
'" t
t'lrij '0.._P'. el* _D b.... .. .... .. .. ...... JO | KALI C&.rkulSai4Town& i
_..copy three month. .. : .... .. .it* I t ,
." Notice of1 Election ? ;
'Friday March looc. OKING STOVES
In accordance with the law In sucb caaea I
made a..d 1..1.1.4. It la hereby annoniivvdand .
: declared that an Klvrllon' wi.I be lield at I, ,.
\ Haaiimer, tn Mpvclal Tax ecfrml OUlrlot NoTr mow, y., : .
litceota Conntv Kla oil ttuinnlav thday .A. l>, IMM. to dvterinlne who ball verveaa :
: )I Missionary Column.. Truatoeaof tb..."(<......l.l 1'1..1..11.| K rvhoolOlntrlrtKo .' \ . at Prices .
4. for two. }rar next .twr aaldU .
-- : <.1 -<-tl nj and to flx the number of nillla of ill- Save' One-Half Your WoodIf
I .... test school tax to be levlwJ. for._".' of said .
'0 By Ptl'a.'M. A, IFarnswprth. two 30511.
: ,.. W. \vranler.J i 8. puller. and t1 R. Due you have .aWIUSON ,

j'r. said raoee.Iapt'otor.1sad: ette: on, w. 11.. e..un, clerk ofItone WOOD HEATER ; Defy Competition.() : .
: : I ., '1,: .
It.baa.. frequently been asserted of; by order the Board Public. Initltictlolt. -

.' the secular oewspe'ere| .. that. It Is .Tbl oat-bula,th day Comity;ail KVbrasrgffixKU" ,jjour wood pile, need ho:.only half tha size of j I .. ,

'" ,, maioly a record of tbe sine, and follies .. *. nelghbor's who uses the'*other kind." The,
W j. BEAR"! Chairman
;;; : of humanity. Thug may have teen (Superintendent IJot Blast Down-Draft found '
chiefly due to the fact,, that the Christian only in the ViJSOhn'1 ,!
y. 1 world has nut been alive to its AN (}RDINANCE.An C i. it possible to get 100 percent: of heat, from your'

,7 Aye opportunity to osloaI.hls great force Oniluaore Prohlbitliif the OprnliiK .1 the gases.' hich ordinarily arise from the fuel and PRICES BEFORE .BUYING

I (hr"?; for good or evil for it if true that ...-rfchnpa outh...8ahl"atli Day slid I'rohllr l cape unburned up the chimney in others heaters,
:: , what brought most prominently before tclnii Iiarbera from \V..rkltiK <>u $514 1 n.t', .l '
: .' us. and thai of, which we know and rovlillng 1'cnaliy fur the Vlolatluii. consumed;: Jn the Wilson. TJ1esejascs'constitute

. most will V l a great extent form our Be Thereof It Ordained.. by the Council'! the Town ''-. half the burnable part'of .th -'tOcL' The Wilson .............,....---- . ..
'i habits. of thought and coed uct. any thine-com cobs '
; of KluxIramreCUy: shavings, hips. bark, roots
,, With this fact in view our Woman's 8WT.OK. I. Any person whphslt keep a bar ,1 cord wood. '
;\," Missionary Societies, both Home aDd open vn the. habtiatlr d.Y-.r oho .
o, Foreign' have issued monthly bulletins a".II.o.. the ttnbbath. day, |.f rforiu, the work 01( I The Wilson is STANFORD
''1' ', which the of Jthe Christian a biirbrr iiliall., upon eouvlntlmt thereof br readily its -
; give news flood nut Iran than .tt.OO., or he linpilnoucd uut responds 1 to
';, I. and missionary world.. These I,!.. then 10 day lor fmvtt 6ft'..n.ena. ;i that an even temperature .. ..
with bur local work we wish to give In S'C"Y'.HC L All .iMltiMiirwa ra tor aFdl .
,, nunoo In conflloHisrtwith! bet: mod maintained: throughout all 1 .

.1 our GREAT mleslooaryCUlumo.MKbTItfa: at NASH VILLB!:TKNNT. ors B.'hereby a'1 a 'fe and* '\e".nd lime ... changes of our varied : : .'
linxiiinKMiiiy <>IH 'I .....Iu. lull ( Remember .
day ,
'The ooJ prominent In missionary every CARSON
thought February, A. D. 1DU6. '
'X".' ; circles this month is the fifth ... W. t. VAX Pr'tbUO"I } you use the Wilson you : _. _
r ;' 1 International Students Voluot.eerCoo.veot.looJ. Pre..eQlof( H". Council ol the.Tow. u' it gaping cne-haf( your fuel ItlL I

wbtch-will be held at Nashville .IU..t:-J. R GILB.RT, Jn.. '
) Tenn., beirlnnioff .Feb.: 28 (['''"t,. I Clark nf the lownof Kl.. !
? conventions held Approved tbli Wth .These
; are only once J. W. AnrRHOLD. .. GRAVESi-i
or, in four years, they are thelarkest and )Mayor of the 1'0..001 Kl..imin_Cl.y.Citationof ) '
most notable gathering of students. .
and missionary leaders la North ; Administration [ .

l; 'America. As the name Implies it is J[ COUKTTljj! ) ..,.C ( .
i. .. movement to enlist theyotinif men OrCKOI.A ColINTT. FI.a.l I
t' : and.women of the colleges in the greatmissionary By. the ('ouot, Jude of. said Counivt AR[ COMPANY '
Whereas, C. A .
Canon hiu applied to this
t t'kr .enterprises of' his cent Court for Le''tern Of Aflinlnixlratlou on the Estate >
1 tury. That'll' has. been wonderfully of Frank Oei>rgi Date deceased late ufkald
successful is shown by the fact that. I Cc! unty of OvcuolaTheneare.

'' the Nashville Convention will be attended ..1 . therefore to. cite and admontnh. .. ail -
rod liiularthe kindred and xHixir
of old
cr< .
by three thousand official'! '' delegates , <1eeva..e .
4'' and fully five hundred uciversl* mi hr.hfffnr* IhM. lash A.S of' Man.h A. "'..
I'jOfi.. and file pbjectlona. If any they have,<. the
..Ies. colleges and -seminaries will be othorwfae. _
granting tellers aa 'ot. al l. the
';rrepresented by le.dlbg.tudeoNg aatnv will b.. granted .. pra>...l a ;--- .
T'r During the. convention there will be \Vltiic my name an County Jn<1i. of lie I ANNOUNCEMENTS. ..r. ti n ttntir.. .. .r.dn... rtn..rrfJnfn. r '
' a great conference of women foreign Countt.fereiald, ,that l.lth day of Frhrnnry.lUUIItaAl. \ VVVVVVVV ,
vY missionary; workers of the United ;, .)', W. A. Count-JOHS4TOS Judge. y f ... s' Ao "
'4.' States and Cannla.. They' will'; hold I'or Mayor. 49

(,.\ -- ''alternate sessions connection .with Notice to Creditor, ltt'g'ltees ThanUug the people of KI. lmm..' City forth 0 RRECT IN' ;,. ,

the Volunteer Convention... "- and Destributces. :* lr-auppart la the pant, and front the aol'Utltitlon : STYLE. '
,( At each of the conferences s.. differ* d( of roy frivuda, I hereby announce mI'): z; I ,::
eht religious body bas the dlrectloo othe. Airp>nm..ii baring. cUlmi agalh.tthe ...'. pelt a candidate for re-vlertton to the oM... omaor i ; 0 l'I.
of II uryW. Barber deceased. lets of O. "
la '
meetlnprThis year the women of Count: State of Florida,will present the same of Klailmmee City, Fla. ElvcUon to 0 .
the 101.1 J K! Church, Mouth will serve as for |" ye rnv to the uudemliiuml. properly beld Mrth ::11. 1\100. G,. \ 's'
hostess and Mru. 'M. O. VVhifcrhUnari, tented within "''h r time orexirlbed by l.w.ol -. J 'W. ADRuol.l. '.

4 president of the Womani Board, oHastens'of the acme will b. forever NANCY barred.B WHITE;; G9 A )pair of rusty' unstylish! shoes will marI '

'4 ). .the M,; If:,. Church .South; idmlnlatratrlz of Eau ot J."urTr :Barber. ,. For Marshal G9. tf'A I effect of

will be the presiding off ce "" J her..b. aouotincer'inya ir a candidate t"r".o ; "- the most .elaborate.- . . toilet, . -, IVIth- :
'Of this great ,meeting it ha.' -been election aa marabal of Kiaaltnmre, and solicit ,7 ; '
1 ,'! L 8&141L"be; benefits of this great convention 'Petition, for a ,Special Tax tbe support. of the voters of aald town.LaceaaD .. -N 1

-, are limitless. With InexhaunfU School) District. N'tttkAgi. fr
>le, divine resources Available, Itil . "DOROTHY DODD" .
's wHl give 8TAT& OP FLORIDA > For Clerk sad Collector.:
;il a mighty impulse to- the re- -
CooirrT roe Oacsoua \ ; '. .
-, life of the stir > \ (-. -
,, Hglou colleges-and the We are autho/tard to announce, R .illhert-,
'00&11'8'cbut'Cb\ \ Jan. ISth, 1\108.' : t( S,, you need have no '
', *> 'greater' teal and To the Honorable Board of Public Jr. aa candidate for re-eU'Ctlou J tbe\ om... of G; : 5 'JJUfillss' of

., \ :..orl .', ., _.. ' . :'; ,"", Owvola' Co fla, -' luitruftlon, toltf clerk and lax eoll""toI'J ,' ' '. ', 49. '- 'fodtwc'tir. ,
i ( V \
.. : Jt-; 111 stylo
""Ip w. : i AFRIO : Gontlemani-; :' r",: aWy} ,;f A-T''C':: "'. ,<,w..< V"f, .''H Jl 1 V, ' ..' 1 : l. It'.wJ11.bQilUcorrcc , F We. th. nnderalfned., 5- V For Marshal. ,' "
mpertfally 49 I
We petition ..H.rnultlcs'i.
In fit. ,
J must outgrow the "'habitof regarding ' yonr hm..r.igra t n. lh. fn lowing ,j !'
t Abe population. of Africa as aerlbtd boundary M au. .nlarteni.ntf our To the Clowns of Klaalmmeei '
r .ubrlaoldlatrlut. Owing to tba-eollcltatlona. of 'of ;
tenth"Godforsaken. U.Bestenfng.mMHM reuse' center lloedlvlttlnc of Tpwnihlp H4 and 2 85...running, where frienda, wbo.tgIievetn'or/ Integrity.0'and ability my t4 AND 'S3.5O.:. 0C|

,k Iv doomed: ,KaUroads are! being' duo weal on laid line to the Klualmmee river' : to flit the poiltlon ol marshal of the ellf of '

YI K' pushed inland from many points on thence running. southward down said river to Klfalmuee. have Jeelded/ to offer myself aa acandidate
I Bulnirer sail thaddlatrletl thence due DAN.
+* east .
theoosstthegreat line said
from Cape nnaakl lianlnirrarhnol dIsI let line to nose. most important offiee. 1 1'gem ,
Town northwardIi. already within line dlvldlKB X4 and M:'tJience due north on slidhsnalwsyebees loyal democrat, and Jt c __ .
i, fc... I. striking distance Of the lake 'region, ; .Ml'IntntKlnuln.. 4* on tbd kind support| party that I' depend
we ever vie. "
steamers ply on the/ .Nilethe' Niger IhU to 'the Board lor election. VVVV V -'

the Kongo, sod the lake All these at the >egtllartseettnglnNarch,1-ta.. i I I hare a police offlw-r fee the better part ._ __ ____ _. _.. .
n ,
.i facilities .for, communication ala: at J John,. Wl.Mama.II. BoladenJ 1 -'. W.t. V R.Tumblen.Uwlwln. r of my life, having been for via years. both patrolmao -: i ;; ., ,-". :--- -- --- ----- -- ---- -- -

"opening the great Anterior to trader i Sol Ranlonon. F. J O"d wiD. and manbalol oar litter city tef-Orlando
aDd, colonization and Increasing the. A. C Haa.. : R, A. BarUiw.: ; tnanhal of Wayorou, Qa,. two year; HARRIS' SAN.A

: rica.number of white bomesi.adera in Af ,'W.W. H.O,. lob.McClelland... ', ,? Levl K ..Drawdy Job nil. martha: of'Claxton, da., tone1'yeara' ., Limnwhtoh DR. n. L. HARRIS.SUDOERY. .
k1 F Incidentally they make a Elmer R. Haw J.T.I I I reals-iied o return. to the stale of Flui _\1110 .
-4. path for the missionary the,, bible I 1* B. Drawdy. V A. K. II.rawdy..... Ida, T have ..... bead deputy shortS for gigieartotTaItaan . GENERAL' . ofCurab1ePaiu
1 f to ft.DR.
noon II to
Offloe ,
just .I' Abrry .
as roads
military did In tap Uo- 'of
: man ;* Africa's has II : : : 8.mHh. ooun'y, Co In tbute yean N. M. _HEQQIE.BVB. ..
y Empire1. time come. loll and often of danger, I inlut.with pride DlI I South of the. equator tbecharacter. NoUce:;o( Application tqr Tax UveaUgatlon of the evvieat kInd. EAq. NOSE AW .

I1', { .a find feature den of the past year has been Deed, Under Section 8 of. .If t am ao fortunate.*to be elorted, I hereby ORLANDO.Offlo Hoar,-8:80: -to I,"t to" resign yourself to suffer' pain.,. ..Women's
general and
( t upon missionaries plxlgelo the grant people! of' Klwlmmee my are curable.
for, C Chapter. 4888 <" Lawsof They'nre the sign'of
teachers for dangerous
people who "wish" to bat and moat cpuncteutloui rtton, not only Hiprotection .. -.". '
,,t+t 'learn to read the Book This demand Florida., of)h. property aud Urea ef her cltli of the female organs which should be k'
t-J-rjr *eoslel| romtheiong( .. DIF. LESLEY W. .
ICottoe It htfrthytivnntbitH.-M., ; ffann .;ii;ii s.butlwilt.uphold.the.Jasalnevsryre ; attended
: - : follow
; pagans of cape Colony; from Portu- Oeo. T,>1IInlCh.tdryz ""l't'h..hI of T.* CertlH, pect, ,without fear 01'.,'..0.;'doing my duty - -- ;.
East rate No/821 &*HI\. dated ."ap.CIALltIT.Y.
M -
.stations of German East Africa, from bat sled hid deraltralvi In my office,and hue .. BAR. NOASi AND TAKE
madeapp/tealloc/ ; Nylulaadfrenn ;Angola" Misslon- <* .. with law. HuM certlfloate .embrace .. ... FaJtbldlly, .- Private'Hospital. American
tries 10] Karoerun.. write, that they. the following eeseribed prnpBrtv' .situated lu \ 'P..
Omeola Florid C. nu OrAl Bank Bld'rr..Tamp'a. Fla.
>hriuk from touring because the people 1 CenlflAnitf county 821 t-.wit: : t tIT'
embrarlng ny01ie4aeo17, '
are BO Importunate for teachers and reitlncate.829:! erobraciug us H aeo M. alt la ; 1 _ ine
?+ whom the. mission cannot, send; In two 2Mr 'M-, jei. i _I- 5L -
the ra t Kongo region. the hunger to the The manancenr paid land such CdTuC certificate assessed In at the the date 0'

I be taught seems to grow, and villagerswill unknown and II. N. Oreenilde,,of : :
come .lxly, miles in canoes to beg Dnleaa aid certificate shall be redeemed an.ordti.1t NEE GROCERY .STORE
''for ." < 10 law, tax issue
, a teacher. 1 thereon on
can hardly believe ::11:
the 12th day of Marrh $. .
Yg'f; '.y eyes,?' says German missionary .Wltoea. mv' Official Ixnature and seal this the COMES TO ,WOMAN'S RELIEF t
In Kameruo'that. thisIs the, m an- (aaday On b''b rt1.Ji1\III.: We.h..e }just opened up at Bandy & naDd,'. 1

: killing, blood-drlnlclng, darkest Afrl- 'C1.rkCiroullCourtOwR.eolatbnus! ; Florida old standwith. a full K>ck of fresh r,the suffers from any of vorrian1 biting and weakening pains. d
h "ca,, dot of other the World.days.) !7-Misilonary' Review ; Bt.. w.a HAKwjict, D..41;. FANCY, AND FAMILY'' GROCERIES compels the pains to slop,' but,, It follows up and drives out, d

of the pains, vhlch '
;,. and prevents them from coming bade,
rAdmlnt8trator.8/Noiice respectfully solicit share .
4 } Ciired CovsuinptioMr. a the public makes weli.. "
1. i 'It.1I1 proms bnldlne eiaina oy'' patronage Free delivery to ..UPart8, .ol you 'JTI'Jl' 1L .,.!,
demand .
"'tlnfU.W; EvaDs, ClearwaUr:; Kan.rlt the estate of Thom; 81 ... deceaaed.. will upon pro the city.PHONE ; ,everyvhere In $L00bOttieL ,
; ;. ", M'.liasbaod Jar slolc for three sent seine to me for 'payment, properly, atteat-. .!
l ed. within! the time,prescribed' bylaw the \ ipx t
ODths. or
said be,, bad ante wl'l'' be forever, barred and all In COLLIER & COLLIER: i : & USA trrrrs l
peraoni .
;;qnletc<;,eoDsumptioa. We procured s debted to said e..,.. .will Make Imraedlale A PAW, .
: r 'boUle)'of Dallard's Borebound Syrlup aettlemeut with the nqilenlgneit, . .... frankly,strictest confld--. writes Manr' ,, sheUon; ,,' of Poplar.
and U- cured hlm, W. M all your symptoms alb; Bluff ,' 1
,: Mo. | do
: Ad mlnlitra tor of'the>k c.n: my housework,
tate l '
: t"" ," >r fyare ajpo and 'since thouswe shave ct--. Thotoaa- 0'r aliasO. ;: :.We will send. tree 14vlce'altboucb., before taking; CARDUI. two

I"' j. .always kept a bottle In tbe house.We r lll"lf" ; : sealed envelope. ), how to doctors hatt 4one... ,
'". I /, ",ill } llii1llhl"n'llI.f.llnn '. no good.1 I can
,,>{ (icannot ,, do without it. For- coughs Southern. a. DISTRICT COURT. "I ", 1I11J1"l1tmt1 P } !.',, ,. A44,..,: Ladles' Advisory. truthfully MV I was cured by Cardtd .
Diatnct of riurida.1
Outtanooe .
t ; sand: olds Itbas DO,, equal. ,25c, GOc. 'Medians Co.. I want every suflerlne; lady to know. of i.
; and ..;:..41.00. bold by ICoberson's I- I* Rs' A.B. fs..n..y _aoktapl.aIs WATERS & CARSON .GROCERY -, Tsno.. ,flat wcndsfful. ,nedldne." \ ,

; .\ ,r e.t.: ' the Matter .. >etltl... forPlulIHecherce. O'J: ,Jj't

; ',"'. !. Notice, U hereby given\ 'that the tar O. Ibis DI day of Frbraary. A., >>. leos o. E .' : '_AGENTS ,FOR-- .c.. 1"
:. I' tba read/ns- the foregoing petition It l. ewUrea h -- -'" i
.,. .p or town r off Klsslmmee- will u..c: that ..... by :
Hirt. R
: a h had be vi
upon aaane
{ : ie j oIM8OD Marcb 7th. TaxisV _.tJa.MS '
day of
"y /, ,,.; i-: t: S$'WW -take notice,.aD4" govern, Court, at" March. A.11.loJI said 4"-). b.f.14. at tea) IMAPES, :FJELJA z-' 'Remember, :the Fufl Name: :
'ea-It :
; '" "Y' ... 8000fdtogl.7., ; .iWiSw.ffl.n.a.ira bet-'-thereof : : :
be /
"k :' ... '.". ;.- 'if.J' R. Gilbert. Jy.r , .,..,....printed i. MId dlar.t Valley( and 0.. :;;;::: .. .. :::: c

I ,. ,\..'\Z'Cio.I- a--.' 1'-11 0,. t.o"'I1r.4t show eat troy...appear....e..lton. If any at the tbev j.said...Asvewhy'odter tome;; pereoselu and die plies arayer..awl :,e: Highest Grade -Best' Crops Largest; :I et ... 'gromo! Quinine. ';.i?

ro: Tr 't'd'I of the said petutoner aboalit <4 : Perfect in' ,
/ p not 5aat :: : :
Safety TfieIr\Use I
: And It la further e.1ere4 ..y the Coort,;-that ,' : ;, : c. ., .. .... .
] -., L El4 KytF rfiN 1 ud i, tbe Clerk shall lend by avail-to all k_. : i \ty
; : ', I. entMtore oo iae of said petition a: d th/e.Ma i- : 'o;
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) >>. '" mi: := 0_t.')-> a4 :' Jlar4'. a':t., to"lSeM: at.yhu. $....".J.......... S riOi.'C1rftilaKflotrlDg 1 danger:: of aa ? '
w ? -.
p f1ar, 7 vacs, sad i. si .1 li Irs1R uN Jr9Don"1. leseiL nafng r. .. < ( '--- .t. 1
:'<5 :. :: i'r\ ,J ,..- '.. ... .s -. 1,1 : I..". of .... ..... : 'Materials ,op:out {ight".aQdYi ).,.ami :1lowgreat, '. ..'., .: ...... ';.:.;,1 H;. ::, "" 1.I, l&L .[1.-" -r !'
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;rave Mar .,. : Mall ; vrejre by farmer* .
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A. i' ''Jf' I lg"i "!' ttWW. : are good .for home "' .jJ": '.t/4!/ .. "''' ''' :.

.:.. 1Y IO ,.' .,0,"', .. .' " 'd I .III : -.- iltt<." . .' ,. ;1 1I ,. &1IH 1St1. .t tvba0eawspapers& .1 I"I"J., .. .=: ,4iMd .Prompc.7"1... ." IAI,
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.i me. KliilIRnI88.111Ii$ Gasr :All ivied( :; 'or pi., DaOlltcttoc, ; << >.. .. .
''." Thomp.on iv .Ilswergallo.el, ,, ,..... i,iaalfe4illevey. . All kinds 9f'pl uit s.Teamed'a' '' i .
1; .L.f HON. NO. tt.. worth sit SpdngOoodi' arruW datiy der at Tbompaoo's.. ;
.... oNOO crocIcor1 for ..aat.. : ,
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: C, GI'Hde;< Co.. J ,- q1 .. :
I t118t..l'lItRlt ;!vERY .f/'il/'' The qsty'13a11seryilto'"tAeO4'] lone e ' wib''e..aaMrs. Clearance SUS0'r
DAy! George Parker name froUl'Lakeland . .f, ;.

w. .,.. ..y.'. ........, ....&. ... aDd' pvat 'yesterdayai up, home.;'$. Lauadl'l-t.b. best,.in the i R\? Go:'DloIr" Orlando' 'fla.. an-,,. ,, !J 4dt
oOuDcea..rtn,= mllHuery dhlDf., 0
= meta of J plcturJ.'moulding; .nd ) 'O, H. for Friday ; 1l.S '
just Morrisonwill, ,a'.ka..IDIr Thursday, and aaturaay,
open l'
Official Weather' > : arrived. V. W, . .' ,
ReportTsiirsBATOBS ,- : .Thompson.Dr.'land rink In she opera house at 'an Martib 1st. 3d.'and 3d:; Anyone, from
fl Aigaea ..WBII Bnm. '' Mrs. J."'O.. E. Ennls, of Nar- early date Klsslmmee purchasingbats at her '

'w TM0BSD4VI, B ..I".. II.,. ''-t.. lot, 'coossee,, spent; yesterday_ .town. Mrs. knight; of ;Birmingham ,,Ala. store on these days, will receive 'a reductloo -)' ALL, Who" .EN' DRESS''- .OooDS':, ,mut, 'Ie stdTregardleie .
... shopping.! ---- who has that will. waprant. their, making ; +riaE. '
-- ; oeeq spending several weeks ' of progbia .esjfltir ,
.11I.... : "I.; 'tkln. Mr.\W.'C., >Bass has', 'JW.rcha.ed' .the with her sister Mrs: Perdew., left. for thejtrlp. ." ;j ; :
intersaof her home the Wear..a new suit" of the standard.'
henry Bass fa the Osceola on noon train Wed nes. 7
----- : z. w
: day. make . A't" ... *
Meat Market.. guarantee them Kantier' .
rids, .... .. ... ... 'N": II t. .
..''.1.. ...,.. 7ft. ,!M.gndny. I P. A':, Vans Agnew Esq '. Phone 100 and get 'your' bottle on MEN'S'W.INTER'' ': .vrliCi, ;: ai
.... went up to CLQTHINQ ': t.> .e tMout
: .. I "last
.,' ..T... ,..... !72! 66 Jackllou\'llIe| legal business Wednesday short notlov.. Free phone, at :.Miller's J. S. Stratum'. purchased "'F'r-', .
lIond" elwue '
., .'.........., 'N' loG. nigbL table. day the stock<< of groceries of the Kiss regard for. iU f first cost, to uet: ,
r slmmne Grocery Co. and has '
nsadat,. M JIll / moved"
; rbllr.! ".!. ..... GI; aT. Great. BargsIn. la willow .chairs at A handsome new (gasolene launch It to Peghorn. where.hehas reoentlvi '
;.1 .--' Thompson's.. arrived last week loathe Ughtsey- bul|> a new store room' and will en. :
i +).A IUMPII>". P. M. Mr. At C.'Beach' and down Parsons. Cattle Co., and was carried gage' Id business. He. has 'also pun j .. .

.=;... Wali rboro,. S. C., are daughter visiting the of Frank to Tatrnao.the ranch last Saturday by chased s. residence at'. Peghorn! and All of our Winter Goods MUST BE fOLD/to' make"room"fo'r. '
family of-Mr. Gt.A,' Beach at Asbton. ''Mr. will, reside .there'! future. : Spring. Qoods,. ofwhich. we,will >hb v a fine. stock. : .. .
Our rates for Insertion of advertisement Fred Carpenter; of New York '
Phone wants, we do the run :
: among the, readl'ng matter.'on "Mrs Cba.. Farnsworth' and' little 'Who spent the winter with Dr.,Tuoum, .nlag. your _. ...
son, of Loughmaa. spent yesterday to son two years ago stopped over here I H..0. STANFORD.: a ,
KIS8DtMElll CouPiiu'Mr. ,
Ibis pages/ ten oenti pe'r Hoe eacb. lntertlon. town shopping and visiting relatit 1 es.; Tuesday night and Wednesday on his Datm :

. Miss Sarah Jotoes arrived from At. way,to Key West. .O. Jt: Hash of'Virginia, who THE DMIOINATOR OP LOW PIIIOES'IN' KISalMMBK.j_ 1 .
baa '' '
assn spending the ast two weeks :
auts,,Wednesday niarht. to lake a DOiltlun If you have any laundrv tn send tiers who J i awv.wrwv.wva .
,.... as trimmer' -In Mr.*. .Ptliejr's. ,uailllnerjr away, and want it "done-UD'* la good;; Ing In wlLh.bll Klsslmmee family left for his are.home winter yesterday . -1'
pOOOOabOO6oOOQOOOOOOOOO69i store.Linens shape phone the
City Bakery.
t on-'thenoon train. Mr. Hash 1rf
I!' from 18 ,f THE LOCAL FIELD.eoooooooooooooooooo . . and suits. KATZ. aWashington's birthday party pleased with l Florida and with KIsslmmeeln '

given at the home of M*. and Mrs. C. particular. .Mrs.', Hash and :. JOHN LriB. 'NI < ,
",, ,yick McCracken arrived this week A. Carson last'. Friday evening, in the boys will remain, about. .two .. s: CARSON: '.
Nebraska with a' carload of :
honor of her friend, Miss JNellleUroward. months longer ,,. P.-std. !t
horses, which are now on sale at J. ,

4. Wade,'tbe Tuner Orlando; tf W.' Miller; ....ble.'. .. W. D. Btgdon and children iMis. I Tn Care a Cold .la one DayTake State Bayk of.;,Kiss mmee.. -

The Lenten season began! yesterday), 'The 81 Plunkard fco. drew a fairly who have been spending several Laxative Bromo QuInlneL.Tablets. : '
good house at the opera house Friday days All druggists refund the money Kissimmee p. P1a... jl

.W* carry --Worceiler corsets a...' C.j venlog> last., and proved to be ...hebe. returned here, rlsillng'to iheln Mrs.home Hlgdon'S-parents In Gainesville, , If it fails to cure. E. W. Grove' signature -........

W. Daces I ..t show of",the season. Wednesday_ Miss Mattie. Bandy 14.comp.nled -, Is on each'. box.' 5c.. tf PAID liP CAPITAL;........;. .8O OOO OtfflTOCKHOLDBRS r.. 1

MI. Nellie Wallace is visiting. 'M I""'. Carr and Jull'ock' sold this them. '- LIABILITY..., ...... .. BO OOO'OO

Jrleodiln Orlando. I r week thelfr inland, known-" Paradise The prospects" are that lieon dbunty DRPOSITORSBCURITY, \ . . 1OO OOO OO
island to Frank Vane AII'Dt'w'wbo Is Kissiitimee ; .
The school board.meets In regularsession will .have .pretty,. lively '
.next Tuesday,' now In Siberia Tbe'vurcbalte price, even If it"Is an off-jresr. campaign. Prompt sad Careful Aite.tlo.. give.* to all matter* e._ t cy

The city council will meet In regular we understand was t5XXK Eighteen candidateshavq.. already been Drug Co. trusted to ... Exchange: Rood at alt point at cheapest"
Set yours hens on Wyandotte Kites. announced for \be' different offloes Lube rate, .
session next Tu.-.d"lIljth 60 cents per down.' ,LEE UANDV. filled In J.bat count,. NEWS DEPARTMENT' YOUR.'BUSINESS': SOLICITED' ;

Spring Goods, arriving dally"atKATS'S.. The Woman's Guild of ''St. ..tohn'so Stanford I. selling/ all wintergoodeat -- ,,

.' "uroh will meet'. with" Wrs.: E. L. greatly reduced prices to' make .

Hiss Itnba 'White of Orlando, Is Chapman at HotelKlsslmmee, Tuesday room for his Spring stock. J' JUSTIN I [ 1' ".k.V ,
visiting Mrs. C, A.; Bailors.AH afternoon.! March 0,. at. half-pant 'Mr. J. R Gilbert, Jr. Is 'announced : . : : .

woolen dress goods will be sold three. 'Every member. is requited! Lobe la this issue as a candidate 'for reelection .Ainsleo"& :Magazjiu VVV VVVVVVVVc

regardless of cjsuat Stanford's.. present.' to the office of clerk and col ,
I it
The announcement of Mr. P. ..C.Uodges lector.' Ue has made a. diligent ,and '
Ervln Simpson returned home for m.r.bal.1U be found In i efficient otllcltil.. and will DO doubt, be Tom WatsonsMagazine OSOLA .

.Monday from a tour of the.west, i another, column 'or. this' isHue. Mr "returned without opposition- . '. .

Spring. Goods arriving dally atKATZ'S Dodges has beeD'nhcht p.trolmanbere The frame; around the roque' ground | PHARMACY. ,

.' I for some time aDd has' wade.a faithful. S at. Hotel Klsslmmee has recently, been Yotizig's afagiiil: : '
and efllclent u (.,.,r.,
fitted with rubber cushions which .,
i 11
Regular meeting of the' board of ; seem .
county commissioners next Monday.Jadge'J.'D.Betrgs Buy'your fhoes from C.,W.. Oann to have lent anew interest for the devotees Hed BookWoman's S' Besides our complete line l ;Drugs Chemicals. ,.and ;
satisfaction guaranLeed.. of this popular game,..which'/ .
Of f Orlando''was played now at all-hours! of the dav.. 0 Patent Medicines we have now on, sale ,tk. ;:.m S:ei 4
.Budges asrlstant i professor of '' .
here. on professional business'rue.u 101' Wtu. j' , -, .
Attention I Is called to'the IJome : .
chemistry in the State JJCiversitV ban announce* : ,
Ora'nee Blossom; Lodge A. f.; and'A: been here this. week upplving\ the fertl- Went in this issue of L Williams as a SYLVAN, SERIES; : ;4; > .; '
M. 'will holt Its reJlular' communlcatlos candidate for reelection I
liter 1.0 the State experlmnnt! grove to the offloe of Companion ,.
next Monday night., owned by 3. W.. Oliver. pver eta; marshal.. Mrn Williams( has made a ,. % TOILETffk I
New line Cor less,' Coon & Co. -colLars ' worth of fertilizer" was applied.. spleLdld record a* marshal, and bat) Smart' Set J' ., ;
the endorsement the Law
at Da no's. The Aermotor .. Windmill I Co has hadan and Order Committee. He will doubt .. .

Tuesday'night war the .coldest so expert here this week looking over less poll a strong vote. ; SOAP, !
far this year. 'The government thermometer the several mills Installed by the agent S Crib n e SlfagazhI-e.: .
registered 37J degreesDriUlversrecelvedhlsofllcefuroUure, ,- here Mrl C, O. Newlon. Ue says Mr.'NewloD FOB SAUSRefrlg'erctor, good as 4,? .1., '"
." donehis work well and be new..d.feethigh, suitable for large "
has '
>Every custoinergets i Trialt'Bar'''
,'. fajnUfjurboarding. bouse cheap. Delineator.JDesigner ": :AREE'
finds.all the mills good shape.Messrs' : 3, "
week and has neat olfloe on Saturday.
this flttedup a Q., F. PAStcxaMessrs. .
in the rear part.. of the KUslmme .Drug ., W"U Palmer; Joe; C, and i '. --', '->', :; ,
Jos. Jones 'of< and Bavls have' been
Co'*. 'store. U. prominent attorneys
'. Orlando, have been in town several In. town this week' delivering the' fire
<\Venr, ths Pennant pants, we guaran. day this week engaged In the famous11opkiu. extinguishers for which they took l orders .
tee every pair, Kaooer Cu.Mr.llarsrdrepe.entlag. .-Nuttlei replevin case which several days airo. They Installed EtudeIu ical-No., saiei alirrVati a / a adV#a ai a i##ii ahFMi.MBA
South was tried before County Jucjge 'Johns about 35 machines here, which, if they '

Florida's greatest-spent. Moodsy-and TbeTampaTrlbuoe .ton fyr the third time..u.end'tbe'; ready al'8.n for kept u.e.properly should charged prove/ Very.and Etc. :Etc' i SUNNY"S Tt''LIYERY STABLE.. -

Don't fall to special effective.In case of lira -
Tuesday h..... t'1.,areaue saa: .a... Kanner A Co.. ... F
Capt. Clay Johnson the well known '
. About too was reahied'aa a result oft \ Mr.'C. W. :Ward was. ln',town,\yes'lerday steam boat man of Klsslmroeels spend :

..musical given at Uutel Klsslmmee from Huonynnede, where ,be Inrecuperating lag the'dsy In Tampa. Tbe captain l 'r..liyety _, < .
.''? Monday evening for the benefit of S.... from"' the';etTect. of his states that owing tu ..he abundance of \ .. .ett tt
-. "tifofcn-r'a Episcopal" church'. "Y-jjP> ',..;;:tfl; .: long and\ serious flIoe..:', Hit '.many &tel"la the lakes and, the 'Kl elmmee 1.n.a"'" '
;',> Vjfew summer. .l ck''srrivlngdallyat : ( friends are pleased to know that he Ustrsdlly river, be' i. having no-' trouble this N.rrFeed ;
Kanner& Co. 'J regaining' bill .IILreogtb' and, year making tbe run from Kiss ipnwae\ r .e :
be bluiself again.' ' Fort and that his ,
will awn to Myers; boats are
MIL K. Kanoer arrived Monday a' buslnesu. :' .. .
At the solicitation\ of bib frleo'ds doing tbVfvingi -Tampa '
afternoon from Palatka to: Join her -
Times;' .
husband and the7' s e now at. home Mayor :Aderbold announces his candidacy J.W.. : ,
in this Issue for reelection M HAm GooDS-r-A lady ;from' Mineban's I -
of the Bender cottages.
In one mayor of Klsslmmee: Col, AderboldI.'ono hair store,660 Main $t. Buffalo, STflNDflftD\ 'QIL cOMPNNY{ : : If 'ji '
Mr.< J.'Ai' Anderson retained bone of Klsstmmee'a oldest and most. will be at Hotel Klssimtaee, 0 and 7tb,
tast Saturday from't highly respected citizens, and will of March to take-orders and show floe Broadway Postofti! Ii < '
.bad been spendingfew days prospecting . doubtless poll a line of' hair goods; which wilt be, "" l i : I.::
for a turpentine location.. guaranteed by tbe firm. Ladles areInvited -... ..
'N'ew line of ladles shirt waists just ; .Klgsimmee. '" 'F7ori&
, '
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:Smoke Key.West Havana,, .the' best arrived at Banner & Co. for to call for sample of watercolor ..:- -.t'....-.;.... i . : : .,

60 Cigar on the market, 'M./A.WlUon, E t q':, "a,, prominent j gray :;-- :;: ;I ,_ .. .. . .' .
The old. -Morgan'' bottling works rr. ... .- .. All :R:1n He." ..... ,
D. C.'Miller moved his barbershopInto attorney 'of Bactow. was here hart : :L'Oa. .s' 'n" ""!.'- ..
his newbuilding. Tuesday He Mr.'JI"on bad been building, which was one of' Lbe oldest .
Is, alao arranging; for a soda fountatrr spending Saturday.a few.,days'' with. Fred ,McConnell buildings In town, and which has"ifor Desirable t........*. ,.... ......*.......14**$'..*.+eel... ?

find pool room Inthe same building.Kanner&Co at his turoentlne farm at Fort some time been a menace to the safetyof .Soran Fropertu -- .
tbe adjacent buildings and to the : : .,;;: " ,or"f'
wilt have big sale na'dneraDd home stopped. over. some here, legal on health of.. the people living' 10 ,.Lha" Low Prices Eau Payments _. . .. d ...
,irooUs will be sold at actual cost: his way .to transact neighborhood, Is DO wore.- Frank oC : .. :Jf- ;

,Attend. to It don't miss 1C It's. 'a business. U... purchased Lhe'butidingand' ,had 'C. ,A.:CARSON, .".I .a&. N. C.I.BRYAN' S4orwtsr: :: '
money saving sale .for :you.-, Kanner ': It torn down this week and will use J. M. IILLSON JR; ,.
& Co. \ Country Publishers'Association.!) . the. best of the lumber for 'building. a Tit :=J j. : '; :

'',' 'one 3A\ for what you.'want, v.t, the. There is great Florida for a house la North Klssl ntree.. .. '

'Cash Bargaln Swre., "J complete organization Qt cuuntrj pub;. APt, h tladelphft telegram .says'.that 'GrOC UCo- :

--'Miss"Nellie i l B1'oward;: a niece down from Winter but. manufacturer who died Sunday after? .
it .
governor, came the Florida Press 'Altool.tlOn" 1- .
she Is attending Uollln's noon.last at his winter home in De- ... Deil.n I.. -. =
Park where Waot.wt. ReOtt _
that. it d W the ,country < /0,
from / tillMonday.wlth Is little good Land; FJa., made no provisions in his
College and\ spent her friend. Miss FtorrtoHryan 'publishers) outside ''of: '".preelne"around will for thee. university ".l DeLand "

,.at M r.' C..A' Carson's.! over" the State'and spending' his which n'lQe.he 'founded r any ,cf and the, 'which''charities bear.In G Q .&R"I' > $;i iH

Mrs. Gideon* Tlallio 'w... burled at his ready moony for board .bills.. which he bad been interested. Tbe SteQ.e

Boggy Creek last Suuday aada What w.,:need la'an organization they will divides his entire, 'estimated i: j

"rood many of our citizens went to the will clingtogether'anddetnanda', fair at (5,000,000.among the-mem JMTY AOtaNTS'FOR .
'funeral.> Mr.' Tlner. former'Kissimmee I rate foivforelgn advertising.. The organisation berg! of '

-this several place years but ago.moved-Plnecastle'to!'* Cor. '' should ,have" ,,a board of. within the next two ., -: JL YGBA1X, I celebrated ;Fertilizers :CRATES ,, ,
lamo'orde.. the best fellow ,,
the months meet
Tin Orlando neporter-Stsr., directors working on you you '
titthe and foreign ever sawthe fellow WlLb'. the smilethatwon't . : : :E T. C'...: '
a4'advertleingsgenCt, .
trading of .
You will save money by : come off and the shake "- Cleo.l.n..A: Mss """
Cash Bargain Store., advertisers would, forced' to deal that Is hearty who wants to know all HORSES! ''-''-i t'.taa .a A..c.U.,

'. 'The people of Klsslmmee; do not ln. with them. dlreot"In'order to"get': \ Into about your health solicits .tbe-welfare ,

tend to be cheated out of the,raits of the papers belonging tatbe assoclatlon. Of'' the 'wife and children and who "

;rtthelrJCtor:; in .the' late problblt.loa The rates would be Bed by' Volunteers the information that If,, : }, '

.i.oampalll)1.::1a..8 organized In Osceola a law and 9iunty..They order leamje board of-direotors according''to cUoulatton. I'- there doh I'anything't fall to! cows you to want ham at for anytime i It-> H'OR'SESlI! .13'iJjj': S.,- FURS W tYP dBpAclalt /,.

1wblch\: ", to It that Klsilmrnee Isas For Instance; 3 cents per line don't gets frightened and have him run .-.
:.cWtusfy: well as" tbeoretleallyl't and 25/ bents per inch display\ would, ',he In for a *lunatic, for he Is 'entirely :lain in Klssirnmee, at' $ Ovuatry: p'roduc'e. ,a; 'g:.,.. ': ; .
and not tone
'dry, r! e Oak,Democrat. be. the rates for' papersbelow harmless crasy Just '. "' (t"- -
eto.1 according to the voluminous number of candidates ; ''the South Stable $ ; :
that ,.thousand mark, ;. the ".1 Sunny. ,
I'i 'NOTICK>- otlce Is hereby given the good ludgement of the boards Broth3. for county sods ate office now, 'floating with a carload of, VVI W' NMNMMtle'I' ', '
: turned btooks over Lo :. '
have my you vetting 3. cents around aDd about the community? . '*
for collection of all l'ublllbeare; Horses. Don't buy :ai 'f' (
Bank BaN >
La r
Chamberlain vote
of the for .
.un...... Parties. .Indebted to me per lard line tOt. out 0.... King, medicine people?. your ? ''until you seethem., S* .1-1 .,,' ..
Y8 time and expense by calling ate of Cardal people and Dr. There are already rumors of f blind '., .
bank.a settling. Immediately. Do Z5 cent Inch singl tigers" in town. Whether .tbe-report. Is
.( A. Et-B; ABDiaf.( Harterpzy column. you Do you want per an honest true or not,' we do not ,know, but If W. .T. cCRACKEN; :'Sellyour: Fara :orBBsiae: !

:.:;iTheyare 11101l'of s; 'Tallahaiseerh'who I Hvlng rate for your work? ,If you do. It Is we predict' that the career of these ., CM mall besot tld..ff. ". OILFAFiMS
and ,,4 Cwst* towaa4 .t e.ce. pat
: ; received a 'proposal ofi&rriage' let us organize for our own good 1proLeGt.ion animalswjll by. telegraph..'..Shedeot'to.o01oe so that'we, as a body, can The people of this county bate -spokenIn R

., pad, asked the clerk, bow demand a 'all'.prt08 fc>.. yl.steret Dd oo uncertain. tone' 'On the probable whiskey aoeoeooooffooooeooooooooofW.LVaflDiizor&Co., 1> ..cuT :THl8 OUT: ; 'FARMS
and It''ii hardly !
to question
she could 'send ''lor'> a to empl ,
.nyWords be to a position ,
answer .. bo,.;''beaL"','II I' that publlo sentiment (,h.; 'undergone ) : "* iV
iarur.. ,lie said ten,aqA i hep. punish 1.'n4Ie.' :
radical change this short Christi QristlejofEsU :
. then'tli of .U\ie so & : e4
' !'Y.1.1.ell.! yes, yes; yes'yea, yes ..erj.DO'" and spite sit. quietly . . : ; ,. 'J
orllanlaalifon f tlme'hatthepeoplelwill '
paye.,7L81'-! : I laDasseeCapital.'brletopber -- .. can do. .We regular want aa down and allow. illegal': sale of \ ... . "' Dya4ulcb*a.Be' f./J.IIN.r'r?" ) Mj ,

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;: : ft'' k HAD TheTelemoblloakop.. MIZNER BADLY LEFT 'Auntie, (to, her'yoaog a ia sj-l"
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,: i CATARftH''THIRTY' YEARS. United 'State Counaul Bardel of GuesswbetI know there's
., MarT-
Mil : ,
;, i1\h'\ ,' .. Bamberg, Oercnany, report the I.n'* ,Chicago '''BLuebeard"'Finally-' ." on little baby brother, upstairs; { T -
I \lit'I" rentlon of the tenmobilo.kop ,by a .. '
\ Congressman Meekison resident'of Dusseldorf; an apparatus Planned a Raid on His Ne\v Gallows for innooen.Murder-Protested .camehis.1 , morning 'when' ,*yoaTwetsie ': ,.\',>'

? > ... ; (Gives Praise to which merits tho attention of all seafarers '. to Laet. < i. bet ..'.t.
O'eD Iltnow\\ )
I and which la ..ald'totare Wife's.Millions, ; < "., ,

{t .J' Pe For His "' gained the special 'attention of German johann Hoch! convicted murderer, brought him-It was. the mllki _..; ::I
? "r' ru.n a t"
Recovery. ,Auntl.-rWhat do you "'
maritime circles! Describing the I confessed".bigamist, and who, if buta mean lagt' 'I

V:.1'r--'" --, .. .........--....... JO_ ,4y-'.'''......-... ,...__... telemobiloekop Copsiil Bardel wrltel: i fraction of the stories of crimes that' Mary,+Wiy.t-1 looked at tbel.....;: '
.:\;: ,'. : : SEPARATION WAS RESULT on his cart yesterday, 'and It'"Families ''.
, ," -- The telemoblloskop Is to enable the are toldof him. are true was one ... '
-,** I'} '.''I'". ,. p16f! of a ship In foggy weather, to .. of the- greatest criminals this country Supplied .Dally."' ,

JI \ :. discover the nearuess of another': res* has ever known, was hanged at Weokly.Tommy'e. ,c'"

..Iwtwo iMf ," ,\ set, evta It tile"pilot of the other Former Widow of Milllonalrs' Y.rket' the Cook -oounty'fall'' In Chicago Friday llo:o

kj vessel neglects to give signals by Acts of Kindness,. ',
;! ,: Discovers, When Too Late, That to poisoning his wife, Mario '
which he could make himself heard. W elckerHoch.lie Governor Folk of Missouri-

byn ,. The apparatus work, automatically,' She "Tled-Up'. to a Rank '. < : faced death as 'he has always ,talking about reform. ',

$ so that after It li once adjusted nothing Fortune, Hunt.r. Bald that' ho would face It-when tho "We all believe in' It" he said, *b

> '. '' whatever has to be done until. a we. want to see It' brought, about'
:- final moment came-camly and without '
,",'" ship le discovered by It. when; by att We '
expense. are
pther like t
y.e Now
York-bpeclal The real
..' A says:. fear He stood'on the scaffold
. , uAimportant manual action, the nearness ; too like a certain Kansas Cnbo)'., 'J"This
f tI 'ship cause of the separation of WIllson Ml-: beneath the dangling noose in the' attitude c
t O ,J of o other can be dis boy's (mother Bald to him oaf;'

s closed... Tile Invention la blUed on nor and-the former-widow .t:Charles- and .with the placid courage r>t her return from a long.dayU shopping,

i' the principle that electric. wave's,' together'with ;; a soldier'who realizes to the full that in the n..nnI'lYlnS'.oDI it
T. Yerkea, : the true story ,
si'-h as are used by .wireless telog- than death- is certainly his portion'but. is "'Now" ;. I hope my little Tommy: iai'J
Jlhe wedding
1 aaby 11 raphy, are reflected the moment they I of' sensational less still unafraid. -.... taken to heart mamma', talk of laeta. j

i iOh' strike metallic objects In their course i a month., after 'the traction >magnate's I Three times respited'. .H9ch Insisted night about charity and unselfishness.-_

'', while otherwise they continue on to the last that ho be granted all the his
death has boon disclosed for the first Since he has few troubles\ of own?"

,theIr' ,Journey. : time' by a person who was present at delay that the Jaw conoed' d'l1lm. Under I hope he has thought of others'" J
I the marriage ceremony ':The raeelationsaroamaxing the wording' of his. sentence tho troubles all day long. Since he Ka <

tat The Boy and the Dog, .1 ; criminal .was to. .haUIt betweenthe many causes for thanksgiving himselfT ,-

In Jersey' City it'costs' S2 a weekto For fourtoen months prior to his hours bt 10, and 2 .o'clock.-' .*>, hope he has tried to give cause'for''
I When the laat of' EIs attorneys to'Others. What Is ( 2
board a dog In good' health at nuptials It appears.'young,, Mlzger: bad resource my

theVeterinary Home for Dogs;' Hcosts. teen a constant visitor to the Tferkes -an appeal ta"the federal Tommy's report for the day! ''How

'.' $ $1.25 a week to keep' a six court on a .violation-of the fourteenthamendment many acts of kindness has he done?!

C '. ,.. : 'year.old,boy'.t' the nome of the Preventlon -,. luncheon mansion, until remaining almost each midnight day' From from to' the constitution.,whldl'forbids' How 'much woe has he lightened?,]

Ed| 1 J.. '. ',' '. .... of Cruelty to Children.' Now moment, his presentation'to that'a man shall not be de. How many hearts baa my Tonyny
the following '
bai ,' ,' \ f let us ha frank:' The man who'pays prlved of his lito'wlthout'due'processof made grateful and glad r .r
It 1 "the '' of tbe'dog -lbe :tot,..,Yerkes, Just' atter his nrrlvalfrom '"Ili' tails way spoke tbff good :
'. .. 'expenses owua law-,had been! denied Hoch abandoned young
.. dog loves him trusts him; wouldn't California, by "Ned" Oreonway all hope of saving his life but mother. And her Tommy .:repVe4i":' 'f,

... sell him for a fortune.' H4 who pay of San Francisco he cultivated the still Insisted that ho be allowed to live "Tve"dona, ;a.,whole. lot. 01 good'

: the expenses of the child doesn't frlen\lshlp ,ofthe.woman. assiduously. as nearly tQ2 o'clock as possible ma I gave your now.'hat:to a ben .'

e want him and' wouldn't have him.-. Ho proposed within a,week, after the Jailor Whitman who has long been wom&D.-, nd'.1' caye the cook' shoe
I I,01
i ,New York Press, death art her husband and asked' .her'' a friend of Hoch, appearedIn his cell to a mile girl In.bustecJ rubbers what
to be wedded then acid there. 6lie I seen on the street and I gave a poor
T and remarked: .
Irk'M Herolnes Old and New. was atartl d by the proposition, and lame shoestring!: seller' pa's evenin
$ "It's all off Johann nothing more
f +l Most'"modern 'heroines are marr. .d although he had won her heart by suit-the open front. one that. he' liar,.']
be for
done ,
can you -
1,2, .. women whereas the nice ones In his kindness and attention In her hour loch ly ever weArl" jjl
1 $. Shakespeare and In- novels before 'of', trouble, she positively declined to. '"That -" ,
,. Is all right It's all right.

.. ... .. _. ,, 1890'were almost" always unwedded defy the eonventlonalltteii of society but The. Other On..- a .
,.' " '"" - --" -""" < '' '' '' I want-to havenll that Is coming
.n "" : "' '.L.I''''''''''r ;r
,Yt Y J J"t'. .....-..._--______....___..__.......... maids. You UKo;;Beatrice and Portia to that extent Day after day thenceforth .to tno In p.olnt of time, I'll go when A story Is told of a police magtm.Jtrate '

;k t Sl '{J CONGRESSMAN HBEXISON .B.,M AAhJAtJ-f X-ArV-J-fA. and above all things Rosalind. .You it IB sold, ho Importuned her. comes i in Cincinnati who having an exs,
: 1:30: o'clock but if you try, to
at tri Hon.'David Meckiaon; Napoleon, Ohio, ex-member of Coneresi, Fifty-fifth Dis! do not lose your heart In 'Lady Mac She showed no 'sign of )',l ldlnlC. Ho tranrdlnary amount 'Of business one".
' take before that time I'll fight""It
t. Yrite. me
*' .. : '. beth (though a fine figure of a woman became fearful( that she would-. ipornlng.. was disposing'of his ea.ael..

&I',' t*.vau vd .evomt boitlee< of rerunn and I feel areattv kenr riled ), and you do not desire to com from his grasp so, after about one would not do you .any good te at the rate of some two or taree 4ji
'r'Ii; / thereby from "' otitarrH or tnf.htiad. I feet encouraged to believe pete with Othello .In the affectionsof month' had .elapsed, he determined to .fight replied Jailer Whltmam minute wlthxreaf. exactness'and dig-J
I tfluts It a hart tines logger T tear Hoch, "but'lwant
"I know that
gi ea.eortkirtifvea.rf'anainp., .-'- Iavlfjj0eiciiion.balmily able to eradicate the Desdemona. This may be 1too rlfk'all in a final attempt. nlty', being, as Is usual In pollee;|

.. : nice morality but tQ Victorian last -|" 'Rushing! Intp the house one afternoon all that .ia coming to me. Ill courts, 'judge Jury and lawyer all in>?

.t," I t. A1IOTHE" BSMSAiloSA CURE :, :Mr Jacob'DavU"Galena' Stone even widows In novels at least, come go all right at 1SO.: ---.:1.
County i Mo., writes: "I have been in bad health in an excited manner he threat. one.To ;
)i.. taking- twelve bottle) of your reruns 1 am cured."for-Jacob thirty-seven' L. Davu..rear*, and after under the ban of the elder -Mr.'Wo1- ened. It Is (said that he would not 'Jt was exactly 1:32 o'clock when one rather refractory witness

If;you do not derive'prompt and satisfactory results from the ler. Nobody but Col.! Esmond ever leave the mansion until Hoch, preceded by Deputy Sheriff Peter hi* Honor said "I am' to understand$|
use of peruna she becamehis
1.,1";:y,. ;.write pleased at to once fire to you Dr.his Hartman.valuable a full statement. of your' case,.aod, he will be, cared for Lady Castlewood and Dob- bride. and attended by Jailer Whitman, that you readily recognize/ this ..handkercElvf "-\

: A drNII. Dr. Hartman.SLOANS adiyev gratis.. bin Is alone In his passion for Ame and two'' ministers, stepped 'on the as the one stolen front yourV]
\\1. of The: "
Hartman ganiUrium P.Ut I am not ready to .
Coluinbu marry you
*. O. lia.-Andrew Lang In London Post. ", scaffold! and two minutes later he was I Ia Ytu. your Honor."

f:. --- answered' the Widow. "I haven't' any corpse.! .. __ "How do you know' It Is yours?" P.remptorlly ..*
thing to be married In."
He walked on the ,scaffold quietly demanded his Honor 1-,
There t more Catarrh in this section 01 the
I4 "" LINIMENT country! than all other dUeaes put together "Wear that dress you. wore the end stood directly under the .noose "I recognize It at once because. Of.,

1 m I' and until the last few yean wu supposed to tight I first, met you." replied Nix with heels together and heiad.erect Its peculiar design.. .;-|
Incurable. For great many yean doctor '
r I pronounoed it a loral dlmans<< and prescribed ier.The like a, soldier) ;lon parade, Ho was Yon must be aware, slr" declared /]

local remedies,'and by constantly falling to_' .' unsuspecting widow, never for pale but composed and full of. eou"; the magistrate oracularly-, he drew-;=]
: For Your cure with local treatment, pronounced In-' clement dreaming that the young a similar handkerchief from his own,'
Family and Your curable. Science has Catarrh to be age.
Horse proven aoontitutlonal man was anything but noble and sincere
dls.....and therefore, require Rev Burkland ywas' reciting theprayer pocket, .that thrrearw others like It" I
constitutional treatment. HaH1 Catarrh yielded.! Mdxner dashed from "True enough," was the unexpected
for the when
1 c ___ The Best Antiseptic Known. Cure, manufactured by; 7. J. Oueney A Co., the house in search of clergyman, ? dying Deputy reply.. MI had ,.two .IQlent.-n.rpe.! '
dO..ObIO\ Sheriff! Peters irked Hoch to step
? fa I the on and wltDes_.. Within three hours Weekly.
the market. la taken In doses ".
IntertuUly beck: on the.trap. He took,two steps ,
r : i TRY IT FOR from 10 drop to a teaapoonf ul.' It acM direct was in 'readiness for the ceremony, quickly, glanced down to see''lf he )

;' Rheumatism Strains .Iy,..tem.on the They blood offer and one mucous hundred surtaxwe dollars the for and the young Lochlnvar'had taken was in the'proper place and then"turn.M .- Ornithology vs. High Finance i'.

anT ease It fails to cure Bend for circulars to wife, and ha
: Sprai and Co.'foledo testimonial, 0. ,,. .Address\ Jft J. Cause and' cherish t.Ill'' death" the widow- of "Do''"you want to say ''something,"', 'heel Philadelphia act loaf,. ago', and ;,
Sold by Drulflfel.. 960Take the traction king. asked Deputy Sheriff Peters., i. his business leading him to the spleo,

a and Enlargements. lull's family Pllla for constipation >' Br-4hose who had. advised him' to. '."Yes." said Hoch, and in .' aroDCGerman did Academy: the Natural Sciences

4 marry the helre... 'it ,ha4''' been contemplated accent said; be found himself walking la and out ,'

: High-born Slameaowalk. with the that young. Mlxuer would among the cases of stuffed birds..;;}:
Pried 81.66.
., ggo., BOo. and "Father, forgive them, they know *
1tI t'.i elbow Joint tturnedinward and the seek control of the Yerkes estate by Then are thousands of lifelike'featk-.
( r\ r.ot what they do. I must die an innocent
I Dr. EARL 8. SLOAN, .thumbs out.Taylor's acting as the representative of his man. Goodbye" eyed eroatures gathered there sod
tI : :: .. '. 613 Albany St. Boston Cherokee Remedy of Sweet flew wife. It had been discovered by his the collection Is considered one of the]
) Mas*. v- He chopped\ off the last.words In a
and Mullen 1 Mature' r.medyCartsCoughs finest5
.. great friends ft Is said that the Yerkes in America.The eu.to4tee< ,
Cold.. Croup and Consumption, short Incisive manner and before his.
e estate was not a ten million dollar could not help pralslpg It all: irita*. twelve marriages out of every hundred and all throat and tunic trouble At drug1st or tolce was silencedthe drop fell.Death .
MM of the parties baa been (At06) 290 OOo. and UX> bottle. a" fifteen : excusable'warmth.I've .- ''r.
q married be *. per .. m1 lon dollar estate as estimated Instantaneous .
the neck being
.... was : "
1&wiitn. never It, out said be .
by the, but that Ita ao- ,. ,
HIS ONE WEAK SPQT. 'The hlgheet'polnt to which. a bOo, to AH be in aisee demand.and qualities of 'diamond. seem. teal value ..' nearerseventy 'mil* broken. at last, ."but It 1. safe to. eay', at a P'

5,. man being can astead without Involr-' 'lions. 'With MIzner practically' the ex FIVE guess, that these stuffed birds! areJ.I ;

! .r. 'jBiee l e.! ........... M.rrfa*.tCr4. Ing Injury to health I.1 16.500, feet ecutor. under; the will it Is believed ELEVATOR FLOORS.. .. worth. not less than 1200.000." "
jBMjr Card by'DeMat.KldBvejr'FillO *.- ; mad .
"HeavenJ exclaimed
.5 S moth : PAINS that, the ;missing $'(0,000.O"O Or $6 largest known i the ..
'" ; C, lUyden,. of O. -0yden: A... ,AtI ls ., Giant| 000.000; could be.found and that in the Three of Its Occupants Seriously "Is it. possible What .,.'

fifty 47 'goods merchants, of Albert a Hurt-Accident a Mystery.An they stuffed with T" .
S ,, -Harper's Week- ,
mSn ; ..... FITS permanently cued No}Its or n" AMERICA. ( N saving of (( all would benefit_ mate .. ,
c ,.. Lea Mian.", say ? -"J. o Ume that ...'. .. NO RID REUEFTh elevator ot. the .Temple court
after Ont d. \
mew nee of Dr.K1 nw'a Gnat nan,. ,
,.., 'I could' hardly walk. building, corner Alabama and Pryor
t tI Nerve IttoNr. t trialbotHeandtreatUefre* TUB :'SPEED LlMIT.
from' bed"on.. be
I Leaping afternoon ,
.. Tierw. an nuac-. Dr.B.H. Ku..Ltd.. 3l Arch St.f hlla..J>.. Cue of lUM Irene Crosby !. On* streets, Atlanta fell five floors Friday The But If ; i
Judge- tooted
determined,to bring natters to a climax you your
i J countableweakness of ofThousgnd. of Cures) maul by LarcU*> "
A S, y, the back and constant Korea baa a population of. 6,000,000 Plnknanfai Vegetable Oompouad. : then and there. Entering his afternoon seriously injuring three horn how is It that the plaintiff-did t' 4

pain' and aching..: -1 'Seoul. the capital ha 22,000. wite'.-room It Is alleged he demanded -' ant slightly; ;, bruising a fourth man. not hear you In time to' get. out of 'k",

tt could find no rest and A CktamntMd O.r. For ?Ilse How' many women realise that a settlement of a million' dollars. The' Injured are: Benjamin H. Hill the wsytThe ;

A5....\... ; .wag very nnconiforta- Itbhlnjr, Blind, BIMt\IIIIr. ProtradlnoFile.. ft la not the-plan of nctnr that women The bride refused his demand. He' and John W. Moore attorneys:; Dr., ,Defendant -I &m convinced- ''

I.!' tie at Dlar t., .A* 'my .DrvKriBta are _thorUed to refund money If' ahould: suffer so aeYerely.Thousands flew Into.a towering passion, and It W A. Btarnes and (Irving.' Wiley, operator your honor;that the accident was due
aoOlntmenttiill to ours to 6 toU '
days.SOe. of the elevator.
; I entirely to the Inferior
f .J health! was good 'In is saloT. made all sorts of threats. The velocity 'of
'" other' Numerout arreit of editor in i The only occupant of the car who I sound.-br oklln'Ufe..
Qi ;; [: every way ,1 the Bu*>. maid It Is alleged intervened, and .

.. . ., .. i could not understand ian provin ei continue., 'r > V she In turn was threatened.' escaped without a scratch'was' W-H. .

;. . 'fins, trouble.. It was if "H., H. Turman a stenographer. rQOD M'
.. Just AI all the OHEi'e Box, of Atlanta, Oa:, are Tbe scene.. Jtecame fearful. The .o STUDY
-. {Strength-.bad, gone .from my back the only sueoeastul Dro Specialist in the bride convinced it"last that" tbe-man- A.remarkable. fact: -In .connection .A.Copes.ataa'e aapNeae ..
/;;/After suffering for some time I began world. .Hee their liberal offer In adverUse- with the plunge of the elevator Is that ,
.:: : Doau'i anent In another column of this paper.. who had told her repeatedly he wanted ",A1I through DIAh sr1leol.cpuriO f
I tK : islng, .Kidney rill*.. Tbe.. rem ibe cause of the accident Is' unknown\. !
, ,' .:.ti, al I 'edyacta: at once upon the kidneys;' England'. first iplnniaf wheel'' to- 'be her and did'not care asap for her The only thlng-that I. known Is that and ?first year in col Use," writes an Ss
and when normal action was restored worked by electricity bee boea started. at money was a fortune hunter ordered et the fifth floor of the building the ambition young than' "I strnggled

1 Itave not had ary return of it." DON'T'MISS'TH1S.' he had played his-last trump, he left car, swiftly. downward the pasty foods. Being, .especially fond of
brake refused to
", for sale 'by'all dealers. t10) cents a .. speaking gruffly to the_ servants as be work and the clamps takes sad tried things. Mr svsU"m got "

box. Yater-Mllburn Co.,Buffs: ;N.T;: A Care Tor. _Um...H Tr..1>l-A HewMeth swung' through the front doors out on'tba,' sides did not operate. The 'Sato a state of general dls'ordsr l and It '

.,. fcy.Aba4>'rptle. -" (. Drag*,.. Into Fifth avenue and on'to the Pennsylvania car: fell the entire five flights without was difficult for me to apply myself te ,

f r:; '.' In fiwitxerland male between twenty DoTou Belchf station, where, he took interruption and. was stopped only schoolwork with any degree oMfttlfaction .*.- .
.-: I and eixt -liYe are.obliged to voter afflicted It mean with a diieaeed Shoat Breath.Stomach.Ga Ane ) train for Wkehington.Y by the concrete floor in the. basement ; I tried d'ffrrent medicines and '

;.Te Care a aid 1m Ove I> ,.., .. ErucUtion*, Heart Pain*. Jp41l* I 'food- preparations but did not. .aem...I.? :,
Take axatlTe Bromo Quinine 'Aablet. pepeia. Doming Pain -and- Head Weijhl We to->> correct the rilflonltv."Then .

nglau refund money.If It tall to ear..E. in. lit of Stomach. Acid Stomach,.( l3ia- NUNNALLY OPENS CAMPAIGN. my attention 'l.'at'8Ue4 to
.. rencCzar .
nisxincM liu
tended CHINK M
W. Grove's Abdomen ( Colier aT..BE I IDENTIFIED
: signature on Neb box." UaiTimrer *
r q -- Bad Breath or Any Other Stomach' Toe GrnpNat food ,end I sampled rt I.
i ,," < .. tnret ", Talks of Issues Which bad to do I backJtA
: *< no Ail. dollarcoined.'inI"Tbe"lncrease'of H. Aspires something so Just $ ,
tJU.'" ,. .. _t, .... ) fjtt>n* ....c! yon a box of !,,[uJI'a Antl- of American women,now*' r to Be Governor. Governor. Georgia Stllj-Holding! en down to a rigid observance: of the Blrectlon .
"I", .. Belch Wafer ire to convince everhaa Georgia:,
that it found relief
from all
i81 yoa monthlynfferinrby -ito Atlanta
"Dr. G. / Chinaman.; the In thin
'. .: Christians In Japan cure** - ' taldngLydia.E. Plnkhanv A. Nnnnally! of Ooweta. coun on package and lei* 'r@

{ -f y' Taring': the year' 1904. was about ,10 and'Nothing .L.. lite "It .knownIt'" sari Ve"etabla is the most ty', pastor. of the First-- Baptist churchofNewmnopened The Lum Who case at Atlanta.-,ls no time begin to feel 1 better In stew.
very pleuaat, i Cures by abeorpti.on. regulator still week hiy' strength'was; restored my
"t... nyr.cent'' Harralea No drug. Ujtomach' Trouble thorough female known to his campaign for a mystery,"-and It U not'likely weight ,
'j" can't be'cured ,oth rwl_ say* Medical medical science It cures the conditionwhich'teauee governor of Georgia In -remarkable that any further light will" be shed had.Increased. I 'bad a clearer:

"" Science Stomach''X>rug* won't do-they cat lip the aa''discomfort and address before a gathering Monroe upon it until, the Louisiana;officer and bead'and' felt better'in every. particu,
cob these period of their terrors. lar. My work to"
wore "was simply sport
aadm.IE.IOG I ;
Wednesday. He pitched identifying party arrive in .
We his the
I'" -B.Icb Waferscure Miss Irene Croeby-- of 111 Charltou campaign city. what it was formerly ', '
and we want you to know it, -hence this Street upon the high 'moral The' requlattiOD Issued by Governor' '
But Savannah Ga. ground 'of .the '
,._,. MOZLEY'S, offer. ThIS offer my not appear again.- writes:, further exteasionad'proper Blancbard of "My sitter's health was badly ,run'dowfa '' '
Ik Lydia B. Flnkham'sVegeUbla Comp en/orce- ;byronll and the had become so nervous
LEMi'YIXIRs'b )10aJO' I* a-true friend to woman, It baa been ofgTMt ment of the prohibition laws of the Friday, but Governor Terrell'did that she could not attend to her music .
'f. : GOOD tOR23e. benefit to roe, curing me of irregular state the neee"lty'for Dot pass'i,I upon ,the'question'of '-j
d..irWtn.edY a'revision turning
of a new. : and when of She went on Grape-\nts arid'tad the
YI t 1l -.t.... KoI.aeealaryaUNta < Send this f&l1e painful everytblng had the divorce laws' lad better laws Lum Woo over to hie New.Orleans Vemarkable '''
< same
D ,. e araU. j coupon with your nand commend It to other for experience ttat .1 d
,.$ 't\,' ..ty..4a..g.dprrooppeertt4. .. iii aedy n. a adarees end your druggist's; offering women.." IWomel'i"'ho i he preservation of the .6abbain day. prosecutors.; 1 had* Then my brother Frank'who'll/:.
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# ti. Jiltow....t It loa... _I ..._ and lOo. in stamps or silver,.'and are troubled with pain. '' 'ile'al8o takes\ a strongstan4 In behalf MMM MWWHmMWA* 'I' In the Fostofflce. Deportment at W lb.t''
iadlgate. will, J"t -
No611ioa.oer supply ,
der free if
oe..up '
. .dt'H..dac.e ..... ...u. hav never'Mid Made: .,, Anti- y tat or.. Irregularperiods, baokaohe.bloe.Ung' .- of a ehU4labor1&1r., "; EXCITMENT. ." "iN' CHINESE CAPITAL. ;, ington ,city and had been;trying to do; ,
X'$ ....... Ibs sriing tt o.. a )': Wafer, and will alo send yoa a, (or :flatulence), dteplaoemeniof < -, bra'on greasy foods, cakes-and ,:''r.J

, ": J..P.IDllyeR: ;' chase tlocat of good more for Belch 25e.Wafers.-toward;You the t that.organs. "bearlnir-downM Inflammatlou'or feeling ulceration dlzaU. GEORGIA. 'NEGRO FARMERS Mysterious, Rumors Result. in''', Double alf that joTnel. the Grape rptt aarmy.. (

I ....... atrldly'.'wepfabW seas firfd tbtm invaluabU for stomach ness, falntneaa. IndlgeaUon.. nervous ,, Guard'for. Dowager Empress., I'abodadhlm; wh t'lt was and conld ", ,
9 d It .... DO agra.fal or blei *cnre by abeorption Addreas praatnktdon'or! the bines, should talc' Hold Their 8eventethAnnual A cable dispatch from Pekiu. China .do and f -.pleua. eff.r*.. lie 328 ,M ImmeOUU action. to ward off the srl.' : Con be. hat intoa'beertr'and "
Alptl'i.A 'guards Developed
Yeck'o.iondi :The
ays: ;
i7 uwus .. -eMrwib- 1JL terenteat, I indu.trial'; around .the')inprbld-- .
ftle..t: tile rto.sacb ..... bo.ela. On conaaq-oencea 'and be'restored toDarted ( den City have been L !, efficleot man.. v y .

..i. . .r laprrltlaaadto.irg./mta. atN'h'ddarii' .wa.ra health and strength by t&ldnl'.L3'.n. The seventh annual .farmers*' do"ble4.d.u "Besides.these 1 :could:give aeeooDt'Ii'
.r-__ flaMy.drocxUU. ... >t rtati.l.aa.y.g.tabk.Cgm:: began. conferenoe1 .:she -.t
: aN WjednesdayTiiiOrnlng> nil l Dersbt myfelI6wtuaentsnrho"imnde
s per.o.ygggggygsRrflL "at omcfali :
pound, and then write'to Mrs,,Pink, are especially guarded.TV'The .
...C-r.-r.rect1t.; .. f. All dOc.' per box.-or by math bam. Lna,IfasaV. for further free ad 'ahGe0rglsf. Industrial i ,College;: :at police',who'Iuve'ltttherto''gJtrrie4: : ; :bat1bns'are'nqw 'It.,,! )fIISb.leJdlPr.onmeut"b1I1"! '."

.. aUMUT1I...' apoa receipt of price.' Stamps arctpUd f vlo .She Is dang-hter-ln-law of Lydia 'Thunderbolt' Dee 'Savanaahd' Ur' 'a ; ' c ',tally: end physically by' the ass of*_"
I'c ........,r.r.- H.'Plakhain and fortwentyAr.yeirs'' '' ihr.e i days"'Msslonaf with 'about ,with;rifles.: i-t gcNamftlven': b fr' po.tum.O O.Q
.. D.1.1WON/ 160of (I'( :
-y kaj*' been advialng, 'womea' free1" of / ,the leidtng"andmostrpr'ogresajv.( :: ; i' t ,AU tb.(01l1c'a1"1;( ,: ltbef: rgtuee any:; rBatttE feek; 7ddlcli., Pl.! : '

TM : tldlsl; fearyeJ.,.Toosand.. *. have been cur el, ..toIore4farm..ofGeorsta: Information"' W i'profess IgnoraaeeVof ,'TtWs; a reason.: Bead ths'l,
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,/ Honubsdlset inhofbad krl nee or"; '; (tN, ..ACCpmaooATING,' !WJTNf'Da "
\' 'r (3 ;::atpwe Gnd the Seottlab !furlIII 1 nature,114' new ...!.....was__..-,. aea '
[ BRIU-IANT! :,SERMON BY . oft Rom. .lIku'demqlnc' .d ,_... I. 0...." : '!;1 I

vi BISHOP. BURG. ESS. .Tltet'"IW1ta.( *lioltahed) all. '-'' roa.;know: ,tb.e'P oDer"-tl lr.

fuZa. :1-a.tI'1IlIIeDt. 'trom' ftlelt! asked the attorneyj, """"" h .v .
and opted"' the HIGH CLASS DRUGGISTS !

8.t>jetl Chvrcli Umale.,, If; 'and the: ('&plat,for It be ot.enlrel and batur.tro"prayers Never., .knew him, ltl." replied- ; thewitness. 4 .

.. however. bad an the Dalmtnnes grandeur,of which Ore., "No levity, said the lawyer; "N w, .. -. i-' ,r
": Brooklyn, N. Y.:Blshop Barges Rorlan'ebsn e.. But'lt I. tint sir-: did :you ever ,see the prisoner at /

reached Sunday'morning in theCbnrch knowp that bs'Cotrncll: of Trout al well t'eIJ-1 $be" barr ; V: '-. : AND' --OT-fiER$ ht
oJ the Redeemer., The occailoa lured for co tudee the prevalent Styleor : "Took roanyV. c1rID ,wJth him at the. wl i s
was the dedication of' the beautiful chute lie with ertranrdlnarr ; bar." ; . ...

memorial organ a Rift to 'tale church vealty and was 01J tbe'e" of forbidding: t "Answer". my question; .'Ir." roared -

'Church'1Tge any"klnd of. music In the church, when the lawyer"flow long bate you ---The better class (druggists, everywhere men of scientific attainments am!high,integrity,
( Itwas saved trqm'tbir.extreme, action known the prisoner" who devote their Jives to the welfare of their.fellow men in supplying>> the best 01; and. ,
:V l Jhst planted the ear, ball He not hear' almost by a ml4icl" ? '' medicinal of known 'Value and ,
'From purest agents In acoordanoe with ,
that formed tbe ; shall "'b" In two feet up to five feet ten phjeiolens':; pvesMriptiosMl '
H ere II. !
rr Bishop Burgess add daring note 111.ermont do We And Iuch..vviolenndavirulent Inches." |p"' scientific,formula. Druggists of the better class manufacture many excellent :rsmsdiest' RCaalway. \, ,,)

., antagonism to church mnttcT It na "Will the Court make the -? .under original or officinal! names and they never sell false brands,or imitation. medicines.They .,

Tbls organ, which we dedkate'to. IO.wbat t way <"" tlon. and "I have. yer' Worship said the wit- 'arejthe men-to. ledl with when in need of anything in their.line, which usually includes '

Oay. to tbe'Clory'of Ood; ban been ttat IOftened that ness, anticipating the lawyer., "I bare standard remedies: and corresponding adjuncts of a-flrst clue pharmacy, and the finest,, and

placed here In memory of one who wna was antapnlam." The reason why( music answered the'question. I k no wed the best ol toilet articles and preparations and many useful accessories and remedial, appliances. ,'
i faithful! and devoted "onhlper'lnI condemned waa because Jt had prisoner when he was a... boy,'of two,
The fair of benefits
I cbnrcb. George Parker, There'1 I. become a traitor In the camp. During feet-long and a man of five feet ten." earning of.a living, with the satisfaction which arises from a knowledge the

:Y peculiar appropriateness In tbe gift the Middle Ages the troubadours bad Tour Honor--'' conferred upon their patrons and assistance to the medical profession, is usually their greatest

for church music appealed to him with Invented\ many .beautlful melodies "H'B a. fact yet!' Worship I'm under reward for long years of study and many hours of dally toil: They, all know tha, Syrup of

''an eipechil power. To make this part; warlike some of and them aoft and pathetic, some oath? persisted the witness.. 'Figs is an exoellent lax.itlve: remedy and that-it gives unh'enalaUfactlon, and therefore they

of cmr-worllhlp worthjKof our church'e some gay. Tbla kind pf The .are selling many millions of bottles annually to the well informed purchasers of the choicest
..traditions, to make Ita ritual when mualc bas developed along with the lawyer placed his bards on the '
ritual of some kind; waa neceimary.seemly sacred, and the church composers and table,In front of him, spread hirlegs remedies, and they always take pleasure! in handing out the genuine article bearing the '

and historic. be was willing to precentors have adopted the aecular! apart leaned, his body over,tile table, ) of the Company-California Fig. Syrup Dor-printed on the front 'of every .package. ,l ,

icrlflre lila time bla 'money his tunes and Incorporated them, Info tbe and said; They know that-in- cases of colds and headaches attended by biliousness and constipation aid J

strength.! It h.. seemed_to me that masses to tbat the people even aang_ t "Wlir.youtell the Cow): what you. of weakness. or torpIdst of the liver and bowels, arising from irregular habits indigestion, or- '

It would to not be t out of place for me to the the profane Latin liturgy words Instead It la a of. If those of know about this case?" r over-eating, that there is no; other remedy so pleasant, prompt and,beneficial In its effects'c as "
speak you -da7 of today
church "
made That .ain't, his 'name, replied the Syrup of Figs and they. are glad to sell it because it universal satisfaction '
and to trace it. history fo that we m.rbe We. should have the airs of "Annie gives
better able to e tlmat. the nine of Laurie" or "Way Down on the flnwa- Owing to the excellence of Syrup of Figs, the universal satisfaction which it,,'fJves and the. .>}

what most alwaya be an adjunct to the nee River" used as a theme for the "Case."What"ain't his'name. ? immense demand for it, imitations haWl>een made; .tried and condemned,' but there 'are. ....

Mirlce. the.',band-maid, not tbe- mla- organ communion pt the A office time of or partaking played on of the tbe'Bread "Who laid It, 'was? individual\ druggists to be found, here and there,,'who do{ not maintain the dignity and principles! r::
trea .of
; of he profession and..whose greed gets the better of their. judgment and who do not hesitate-
The Bible'Merer seeks to pro,., the and Wine of the Body and Bloodof ,"You did. You wanted 'to know' ,
exigence of Ood. Tbe propbets.:poete.phlloaopbers our Lord.. Tbla abuse of munlc became what I knew about tbJ1" case. Illsname's to recommend and try to sell'the imitations in order to make larger profit.; Such preparations;

hlntorjana of tbe Old Tea- : a scandal in the chancel. Apparently Tones" Kometimea have the nameSyrup: of Flp"--or "Fig Syrup" and
lament aa well as the Apostles and .learned choirs that and organists bad sot, "Your Worship," howled the lawyer, or fiotitious fig syrup company, printed on the package, but they never have the full s

Erantellata'- of tbe new, everywhere as- while on trust obedience baa now been to tile acquired clergy plucking his beard out by tbe roots, the Company California Fig Syrup Co. printed en the front of the package. The imitations ,

God.nine. They the Being do not and Per for cn.IIt7 of and tbe only way which aeemed possible "will. you make tbtl. !an answer?" . should bo rejected,, because they, are injurious to the: system. In order to sell the imitations A

The simply arjrae claim It this a. tbelr potttion. to stopthe profanity was to sl- .Wltn...." said the Magistrate "700 they find it necessary to resor\ to misrepresentation or deceptlpn.and: whenever* ;

right. Only the fool and'te'only ton- fence tbe voice of organ and choir must" answer the- questions. put to off oo., a customer a preparation under the name of "Syrup of Figs" or "Fig Syrup" which

der his' breath. can deny tile existence alike. Ton may rest assured tbat while 'on. does not bear the full name of the California Fig Syrup Co. printed on the! front of th. package,
of God.. But If there la some obscurity aa to the real "Great Scott! hain't I been 4oin'J(?
any argument la hinted hs is attempting to deceive and-mislead the patron who has been ao'unfortnnate as to enter bas'establlehnaent
state of"
: It la rather this affairs/ yet the desecrationmust Let. him fire I'm all ready'
at. argument from de-- away. '
have whether it be small for if.the dealer resorts to misrepresentation
been when Scotch large or
which la very great "
girl today after, all. the ad. "Then, said the lawyer "don't best
wore of modern science. consideredthe Puritans and Roman prelates unitedIn about the bush any more. You and and deception in ODe case he'willdo so with'' other medicinal agents, and in the filling, 01phyeiclau M
moat cogent of them all and which their- condemnation of the art.' the prisoner have been' friends prescriptions should be avoided by every one who values health and happiness.
li klnickr off at whit beat aa It were, What saved It. then In the Prot'eatant Knowing that the reliable the immens."demand. y
world It was Luther., Ills love 'Never, ,promptly responded tbe wit great majority ; are we supply
in This"lie glowing that sentence of tbe Psalm- of music was Intense. He used to play ness. for our excellent remedy entirely throng: the druggists of whom it may be. purchased 'eTeI1'j '*.

apt not bear lie; planted that the formed ear. *the hit 11 He, on. the' flute, and said tbat the devil "What! Weren't yon summoned'bereaa j where, In original packages] only at the regular price of fifty cents per bottle, out as exceptions x

shall He not near 'The writer may eye not fled from Ita sound when be played. a friend exist'it Is necessary to inform the public of,the facts, in order that all may decline or return '

bare known perhaps aa muck of He wrote same of tbe stateliest and "So, sir. I was summoned Here as aPresbyterian any imitation which may be sold to them' If it does not bear the full name of oUb.Co'tDpan, 'f

tinman anatomy and, of tbe physiologyof noblest It ha did of not the compose German the hymns.muclc.And aa :' Nary: one of us was sever California Fig Syrup Co.-printed on the front of every p& not hesitate to return the, !

tbe brain na Professor James, he well be certainly superintended Its. Friends.- He's an> old-time' Bnp- article and to demand the return of your/money, and in future go to one of the better class of, L f

may not have been aa cognizant of tbe composition. 'This best of hymn musicIs tint without a drop/of Quaker in hIm"" druggists who will sell you what you wish and the best everything in his line at reasonable prices.
delicate structure of the and
eye ear really founded on the old methodof "Stand downs" yelled tbe lawyer, indisgust r
si one of our modern specialist' but plain song wblcb Gregory the Greatadvocated. .. < .. ...
tbe,ma" la and the beautywere' before - *" ... "
"Hey t
his mind In all tbelr when
these revelations which are'going, Stand down!" _t q
he wrote those word' It la an argument
which the tool alone can net on all the time- notv In tile social the "Can't 'do It. I'll slt.down or ,stand S l.P : 'l

aside, that such things do not come by financial and political world we And 1Ip-" UTN. A., M FADELESS DYES

chance and that in the Supreme Being that the standard of ethics la practically '"Constable, remove the man, from'the '
that of men who bate no faith 1n the eaa-.4 f.. __ rttWrLs, "' ". Btwn. Tb y dr la nniil wmtat' Iwtiw thM / ot..: 'y_
ometblng corresponding to hearing. box" Inibok1Nn-U.wMPi. jiv.S&UJE UalMTUuTCURED ,
: uaq rr "" I rtppiAlr "" aU ab adMixO<4<>n. UUDU UOw
and seeing ecisU. that the mnsle.,nrblcblellgbta bearing and seeing God. It I* the Witness retires Iliutterng; "Well if "
is not aln I" -
morality .for Fin
the ear of man 1. known the to unless it la found out. Provided the lift ain't the thick-beadest lawyer I ever Give I [OTTON fields need' never :"w ar :out: \
od,' and the glow of-tbe sunset, %
laid eyes on -Galveston ,
weet- 'unfathomable beautyof tbe' scandal kept out of. sight It la of no .r Drop-s' Onto .
of the and ot'the flowers consequence. Large .nml,1II be paid Relief the
rorld. atara .A. fertilizer with ,
save their existence primarily for God.le to the mOlt disreputable papers under WORDS Of WISDOM., la .to.... .. complete, \ ,right

horrified philosopher may rail outnlhropomprpbl.m" the guise' subscriptions ibeet to keep Accounts What makes life dreary "Is want'otmoUveEliot in darat 30 to effect 6a but for my part names out of tbe scnrrllona free.Mothlnffcmn, be flrct amount : soil ,
are tampered with and entrieschanged Write Dr.H.H.Orcsn'a Sent
do not fear that much the Imersonallty ,
aa aa
of pantheism or 'material- or omitted ao that no one may A laugh is -worth a hundred groansIn ISMeUllsts.. Bos B AUa.....OS. nourishment that cotton fmust liavci and

If It I* true na Professor Bholer learn, the facta. And all la dOD. .be- any markets-Lamb.' imi.t ; ; -; ;y,'

., that the naturalist baa a right cause In the eyes of such menHmIJ' Blessed 'are' they who know 'enough ter m e Bounty which the
: '
of courts from
conclude that Oie> universe la under shame tbe shame tbe police & : cotton removes .year to ;year '
mind their own
and the croppedhair and striped .gar OI The 11e1ds
|he control of power In waya like unto '
ie mind, of man then an rely we have meats of tbe prisons. But If the rapidmachinery nODII't good !tumor is tbe "oil and "Cotton, ', Culture our._ inter s l oo-purei '
life would ,
right to belleva that all our art. ournear of modern .trine of a merry meeting.-Irving.o if %c fj -- J .JJTI - ' ,* '\,j .

[ our architecture are beard,or our seen palntlntapcniptuee by God they long, enough would bear for men tbe.paamat'a to think] maybe-, expect defeat la'nine-tenths'of 'of. a book, contains valuable:' pointers;on: 'cotton-, '
MHe tbat defeat Itself.-F. Marlon Crawford. "
tlon, ringing S In. their earn. "C
dare pleasing or unpleaalng to Him the shall He not bear? Ha be cherished -when 'and shows from compara'tive"oto-t''" -'
ding aa they are or are not fonnd- planted ear If you will yon ,raising / |
I that mad,the eye .bal1l1e not see? be when are ,' ,
tile prlnrplea of trntb.7'Let us are old court eons- you , / *.Wrj! S Sgraphs
upon .
t argue about tbla.: Let tea I. bare Morality the fame' and Sd music L"A are d time the seen church to young.-Lyly! ' what enormous ,cotton'yiiaPty; : \F

w aa apeak of church muMe., wastes energy .
we who no
which will teach. tbe-trutn or unnu; in He la a wise man ., Ii' If:
,. Te can. watch their waya wltu -ourIcroiieope. her pursuits for which be la,not .... ; this world of ala, will have organs on has produced in different > M .u ..TJlwill _
but bear.commanda we dare pot assert and liter tuned with, the< heavenly, and her fitted,Gladstone. t ';'. rWa r'I I :< :: :L1 : "'.' >r\', !.,. ;;

.world:nothing.not of,tbe. So source with-the.univeraO.of which ww ear music'of' will man.not but be sublime to made delight to language tile please ear the exists of::-, are few are. and always acting complaining aa, if 'there onr werepo days r't ti? ,be: sent'youfrce; : : of any'' costor'oTigatiofl;,, } ,- :: :(!-"rAddraaa '..

God. No more
can plow the heayeha withtbe what than the passage In the communion end of th m.-Addlson.' r c if you will just j wrj"u for ,jt r't '

rrscope. but we know not that office. Therefore, with angela and t Foresight is very wise, but foresor- .
i call the musk of the spheres baa no' and with all: the companyof foolish and castles at OB8JIUN KALI WORK,.' . ';"c:J'twwTertr.9'
*t' letenca'and that it la only a poet.! archangels and magnify Thy row la very : are .- as,1 j ..r *........o.rauj gwenaf ....... : y
Icy which aaserU that the heavens heaven we bud:\ 'l'be''church tbat any,rate, better than dun' =eons In' thaair. 1 i ilr

stars and tile planets accompany glorious speaks these name.worda" .!. speaking only ..-Lvbbock., \daP da wpoa the ur.1' eta eons of God la their, praise of the and the music which must Every; person ,1s responsible for all aDd jrawrlan of tIa.Bun wbo"this .. ., . '
God* "
unto _
) buli "
not sod who lx
r r
her In nearen. accord with lOch thought and language the good wlthln'the scope of his abilities t tt1H srwbfob"makwthrelorsenadoaolbloe.nsswbs -. >> re,
i all clTlllaednations I believe muale must be the music of a mind ,.and for no more,'and. none can A ,."DII&: ,..... :
; i .1".7a'bad aoma connection with and- heart which belong unto the Lord tell whose sphere. la the largest-Gall only ft laVbf" t wof :I'M.DIDI4. :Bmaova n make thli B.ny bra..hem*fa er OWII faeV>ry J aar*'
tl |,ion. The Greeks bad no ,doubt T-ovSLOOtralffhtaAdlu.. .. .r" rro4.. WriM lor a_(ra* aatalao. iWo. 9
God Almlgb'7. f 1 Hamilton.So nla-Carohnjr ' '
art they l Fertilizer.By efi.r to ar:
l >led it.aa they did every "
'.' bed to a high grade of excellence.Vlato a. '.. l. .... Might. long aa men are animated of by self souls Interest . k Ita f.r..ry.or.UbeamJ.pUuiUor use.a weak a* w:ell orw OOLDEI? 'EAGLE BUGGY CO.., tlantaOa.ed':
the calls
constant responsive multitude. .
Is more
wa and music a '' songs in the a*Moond applloatlon. of J'
't of Illustration. In those, days, 'God glveth' and sentiment than to tbe calla farmers la the Boat have ",..-' ", '" r "

. + In ca Jbeae, they bad tile mere rnuslI. night. An"mAn.can slag In drawl tbe day.Inspiration ; of Justice and! reason, ao long will.there with eraued tb*tb lariwr.lrylalda profit pe.'on..4 which' thno'',, .CABBAGE Fl&nfs; CELERY Plants' -; 1' .''. .
la full man "" '
bas; ear When the cup warsand InorMced '. I) "' MrdM r.taW aU klss4.o*.abbArfr.fsttlMp .. ...; ,
who prided himself on rolls bewars: and tumors of a yfolfl*thhriDdooni , ,> .-. aad a"kl *laor pUatavCaa sow
I lost the poetry and the meaning from around It When him wealth any m.D" civilization/ fundamentally based, upon be&b.1DOI'tca"OD t ool"4TtT mnr daalvllaw oaring .-; i. .... =-w."*W sVBel WtUMaVM*. WV _..:':&eel" .p1 tftWsl lal N.IVSM.1 JsTMntellr . .,
In-abundance .
of t was aanww .'_ I'Iaa *e.d anMrtr,aa .I .
the art. '"1'11. muslclana. one L* fouM
God who gives a plea- I force. ,. a eh *p mibUtule. '" .d and I.s 01 n.. L..e. $mao-am.UNor.en. .
the C.l.rf ) '
their can .. -.t..r: ....
characters says bitterly, "put loaded I Var.taa.c-.Q.-.a Ceorfo I '. .,, itMse..apree _
minds." teout harvest;, or sends bpma. a L .' .1.Y. will 81-w M p..a ....tau sere aw.._ rrle.a Men 1.aal..e .
in the place of .their t. ) T..a.tle Tmp.rasa Story. ? !! V't! Atlanta,0.. ,, .... tko.e... _lWe1.WY Sts per ... .,O.Mx.s.
," replied Olaucon "I like to sea arlOI read Irving Grlnnell. treasurer of .tjw y kk.t.. w' Fa.an11.bL . .. .' "1i ...r11MM. "I" .----.... '
alongside'' of It II easy to ins when we can ,'revs J'.t INteomsrf.Al 1r0.'AWaU41::N A \r': : o'
their eara of -'iw0.b1 .
laying. but he-Is, skilful Church:: Temperance Society ( ad.i \O W
notes brv4ayltght: ; =rThnn .,.... .. et .
saying.Jt'a rkt..psMafl CRbatr. 'I b r..uhe then
faces some 8dtlmorw JI4. B 'ro. ,
neighbors' declaring "who atngs when ,there la not a ray of, .:fork.. told at a' temperance meeting air.f o.a._y ''-rIIlI7.-.L&T. :AxT.Ma.4rr'r.s.aPRICE. "',',)-
others '
a new note/ .1111. .
But lightto read by-who sings from a dramstte-atoryr ,
Itha two hptee are the same. make song In bnrrogm'' beaald 4S Ct r'f
algnm- heart. No man can "A ,woman entered ;
y r Sato music bad a' deeper of himself! be may attempt to her husband ,
sentence be the night "and advanced quietly NI1-6RIPIIE-
%*4. and In one single In-the &, Company
find that a song Avery
It. but threeother ,
,*out its connection with morals '' be divinely Inspired .. ,: who sat drinkingwith' ,
must N f
t! muale. he says .1arent ,neD. \ '
; pllclty In wan's'power,to alng suocxasORS TO Its GUI i AesJ'L NTZiLD TO CU$. ,
In tile soul" No,'It Is not In dish On' the r k a .I c1 ; -
of temperance! unless an pltar- 8he'plaeed' a covered AVERY A:, M MILUN.G.A ) \\1:
"remember when all la ad"ern. BRA. BID COLO BEABMHE AM WIMMJM. -
need to ; -
which we" ttneii.slnce aixsaid
coal ahaJI touch- V .- table : VomjOOi... Atlanta Oa. II . '
before. gives := : South L SI-S I wo taall * Mee i -
,, i as never In' the (!"Tblnkln to> busy -to oome Aisv
the art: was sat 'our Maker "songsnight. \ ya' ..due Entree OF..J. .11 as o u for TU Me7.KZ It rr T CB., ,
.to Miriam tba Hebrewa with her. Umbals andantes : wait upon Hlmifor-tb home-to supper, ;Jack, I've fetched' ito J' w.Di us.rrJGD.YnataetarrgI rdppvtdtdMs. '

her lODe of music.' . you her*.' ..11MACHINERY "
+ accompanied of the O Thou Chief 'Musician, l.t.8'not And 'departed.. ,
,. Tba majestic rhythm 'remain aonglesa because affliction la He' The : Food
were blended no doubt with but tune Thou our lips to tbe "The men laughed awkwardly : Only Celery
ally majeatic music. When the upon ua.of tbanksgltlng.-C. IL. Spur. Invited his friends to share the meal

t' were carried away Into aptly melody -' with bio.- .Then be.removed. the.cover '" "
i lr conquerors wanted ,to bear' geon., from ,the, dish. TV only food la watch oalary forma aa import*st p rt-ita aovrUhlnf'qaaHUaa q .'.

king! tbelr beautiful national airs *"._,)Kura... .... "Tha dUb was empty. It containeda elf a marked character. It acta admirably apoa the awrroaa i.,....-nco---q-W. "
refused to .ani - + I fee wok ln1es rheumatism u
le young rolces,; Lord'a -The"'t1; S. Department of Agriculturebaa slip ,ot .paper that laid: ;
the ,
, i "How can we landr sing Browning been experimenting for tome yearaIn *! hope yon will enjoy, yonr supper.' I '

J aiitrang ::a n'' .effort to produce an, orange/ : wife and children
bnt.tbe pea It tithe same ;your PilI8E'S"
kmatlsed scene ItWHEATFLAKE'CELERY'
t.bavd rbeen.'naturallymualcal: and which has.will recently crow In met northern'with,climates success., have at borne."Chicago: Chronicle: ; DR r
le shepherd lad could come I
of* tbe new ,
and delve away the worst Tangelo la the name' Tale Uwroda1.we -.. .
9 -- was-It produced! By
orange. How need' sigh, for dragons
the troDi'"j' ;
oly from the heart .
plant marriage.; The.wiry, tough c mote' t.>TenUy..remarks Arthur : :
, .rcb _. : was mar- no :
of Japan
:, 'IiOt'th.t our Lord loved the rled sour; to little.the orange luscious Florida orange... N. Jervls In his article on automobiles, Prick'.lrsngina'BoUers all .,. '

. the Temple'' and 'that.9n.. Tbla, only one of tbe many miracles "Car Comlngr Everybody's.; "Tha aisea. Wheat Separators. a +
J foment In Holy Week,, was wrought today by aclenttata. Surely death-risking combat between nan If 1 'FOOD

i children of the Temple, prebe 'It .1, feasible to think of a miracle and fiery.deitroyer.U'rea6W.'mayatch ;, ,"
boya who sang this dally wrought' the spiritual realm by the a i whole herd of..mechanicaldragons tJi a

s led out In homage-to tbelr !. union of.God and man. Every! ; day,, snorting:, barking whining.eaplng. < .' 1.t ::

i loaanna of early to the church Bon of service Day Id I I. spiritual miracles are being performed' ba, ..:sliding,' spitting; amok? and CsUrjr oo,of 'It* 'priodpaj locmliaots, 'It basp 'c; Mffilala 'the'bow b.a-sic ",:'ems

t7 man becomes a' new ereatiira- a.' for,three hours around a'thlrtykolle'elrcult alorallve in debility of lit* daivriorgaaa! and,has ardinct<,iaffctA'apaav:' but at of thetury I name, '
the.beginning bU
to "
,, faith .
united .through ..
becomes The men'who ride them Waera. lI'a a food-not a padicine.'r' / a :
Gregory the Great tbe .1-
Rome,' create ., new, era i" BavlourT. .. _- r,,' .4- ,face dangers which are/'DO made,out i BEST J HPKOYED' SAW MILL! ON EARL:: ." ...... ....HI.II.. f._. l ..i l lI ti.. ',', ; ,
: ..
the .
reform in art by far
ily a ; 'nljhfmares 'dangers
:and of poetic t "" < . .j-
men '
Fine evangelise the young 'I Large lEnglnaa and Bollara supplied 1:!t h -t' "''Q '-
what known to .o,, t; ;,: "
: ;
was n.. or modes. I toaye -nottowledga' tileD make them an evangelizing force,;; greater 'than ttos J>&.aglned by ;, promptly.;,shlnat: Mill.,.com :Mills.lretrlaraaws f '4-"lDv' .', ""%( '.' '' _\\i. .5t ..t. 'nwvJ.Mtr
enough to. asserta for,If theeeaattona'are.going: to be ancient liar1/' and reprobate who' rodsout : Te.Paw Dogs, ttie d';;44!! 1): n z/ .,fIlaTeliatieiwaoeMBapppli..y4aaiJ.kWR ..

original with hlaa orrerlyed eraugeUaed It la be by' the of town for a three days jamboree'Qowrnon'pll | _"nlna. A .plWrllnaa.P. _,
was :. .aii. "'" ----"- :
aotf. .. p ii
.lI\rbterl--of-th. : Bee. :back:shakyand dlshaveled ,. . .. .. ,
Qj anoldvmelbo4, and-<< \ and:,camsi :; Mill auMriltoT i ah. fop; ,... Cathlopue. '0. . \' t' '
.. '.
doea toot I '
tit Us that ,tbe. GregoI'Mn Sat tbla present generation : aDd explaining that state of Its n.nI ,:. (I ;: "ill' .t, . '
'aae auoh ,terq ... .Mtob ,.... rtbi.J tUi .t tba. by ,' lovely,tale of horrid combat with : t'; t.. \ "1.. .. fit If' . '. _._ ,- ; :>\,
\ i'tth
odfll) of all Q. 'ttt.t sad v.I_ men kaawtaTtta* Jaaa' .ai'Uvipg a eat?'aoaatat iIA a eave .etsewbere & '. '...,tii."" ,,_.. aan uu t'. ::'. ;. ":
that UtJa .
tleslaaticafpfllcan. 1M iIiC,(.whether 41 aaa.raDcl don the other & :df the'moantaW' t.. -r. r II (v' '. --4' 4'r
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!'1 : '. 'iePie.tsnr; sjnd )usury and*'beautiful women. These Mutual Life. Insuranei"

Inconveniences has a population of exactly.about '(10.Smyrna,OOO and The : ;

i/I/ a mixed oner-aWth-at.' It has ; ,- '. .
very *
PA. } : (" : ;of a, Trip, to'the Mediterranean booeD under Turkish rule since 1402, so I

;i' my reader's can Imagine wnat It Is lite.

:. ,'.' ; 1 It Is the headquarters\ of the! drug
. .'1'i' \. trade of the world,,. and among other Company of .Plorida.
r.wJ" 1if': ,l",.,.. BY EDWIN .$.'EENDER."Tbts'nsornSogon articles. of export are carpets, rugs ; .' .
cotton,' raisins and dried cur
dMa , .,. arising I found It a'reets aDd al1e)'* are roofed over rants. The so called "lJweetloU'ror.- I,' "

tos uneanofortablerand the prow maklnsr: obliged dark and dlsagraable die." or Turkish fig paste Is- manufactured L. N MILAM, President S. O. WILSON, Seo'y Treaa.; "W., F. ANJDERSON.( Oen'l. Ma
of He.1 walk . .
: frpect oar railway Journey to ,-. we were to get out and herein great. quantities and '' .' I .
by 1gyp. ..1; .,' trout' Is rather dleatur.glog, We take through these. pl_.. I-made: a 'number Is simply delicious.' There are no . t
f r;' ; t ..T train at 1.")' god after a miserably of purchases of curios,. rugs etc. buildings-worthy of Special mention. i
dirty trip, we arrive at/5 p.ta.,In Bejvoui which were tobe shipped to New York : '' '
8 Dl We retire early and next morning Da'us '
l .//.J.. ' and learns that wa have to re-' through custom txirtnw broker. Wethen take train to Kpbesui of which 1 Fortu alter District No,1 1 1. GompTtsTnrjTolK! and DeSota Counties, had be
I : mate over, nlitht at. the famous Hotel took a drive through the European '
know of rajfereaders have ''heard ; '
,_ Ailnagne again-, se our steamer ba Turkish. Armenian, Greek and or read.' The ruins of Kpheus' are organized, we had nearly seven hundred applicatloas.Inifiaion .
I ';', woos yet arrived In \)<)1'&'. The eveafng: Jewish quarters, and while they,. were scattered: faint traces of the Temple of .
> ra. very pleasantly pent la the filthy dirty,,they were verlnlere.tlnQ',
(far Diana can be seen, it has lately been l
F "leo attached. to the hotel, and> at 10 we finally came to the Caravan Bridge exhumed, and tt i Ik not satisfactory In Fee payable When.AppIic I "
o !!f' ,,'po m. we retiredAfter bl' ..this across winch comes all the trafio by i ic3ml"ls appearance, acres of" ruins, marble [ ? BJade
',, ', 'morofogpreparatlons are made to so and near.which Is pointed out I columns scattered everywhere, gives

.r II}."! is\", : ., aboard our night steamer, and U which scheduled-arr4veddurlagthe ..the.We house.In then drove which to the Homer old Roman was born. only that a faint idea stood of here the. grandtemples There Worn 15 to 23, Class J, 250. nQu.I.Duel, t...1$. From 40 to .45""CJ&lIlS, M.fiO.. Annual Dues, ?:.

+ quell not, lheca.tle and the Tomb AC'j are numerous, once mounds from which the From 25 to 30, Class 3, :3.00. 'Annual Dues, 75.' From 43: to BO, Class.6. 6.00. Annual Duel' 1. .

P ;. Fir; Polyoarp.' A very peculiar : long concealed tombs have been dl. From 30 to US, Class. 3, 3.60. Annual Dues, 1.00. From 60 lo iS, Ca) .. '71 0'00, Annual Dues), 160.

t + tom here as well through Egypt. and. I closed, and the ground Is strewn withfragmehts From 35 to 40, Class 4. 4.00. Annual Dues, 1.00. YromA5: to 00, Class 8, '7.00. Annual Dues, JLOO'
.VeasaKeois MaratlmeCo.. We wended Palestine Of the ..
Oh'k most men carry a of statuary stone and brick .. . 'v'" ,
I. .
,M. i-, *' j -our packing way up back and tothe at.'10 a. ,hotel m. .took, .finished carriage string and they oLbeadl..llullar'are continually{ to fingering. a. .rosary;or are Among the .alleged the.sights prison. .which of St.are. Paul shown, tho The initiation! is paid_but .once;, annual; dues,.twelve_ months!. :after_ date. of_policy. No' other dues. l-i

. I t, (or the quay.. It acne necesiiary, counting -be&d. I dragoman cave of the seven sleepers I and the except In case of death,%when each member,is.assessed $IHS. The first 41,000, is taken out of, .-
for ui to'bare our oautport .vleu what did It for and be said
i r;' 'a' heN gain and alto baggage/ examined simply .nervousness they their hands mustbebusy I sight when of the the great mob.gkthered theatre which and about existed the initiatory fees and deposited in the State Bank of Kissimmee to pay' first''claim, which wig;!',*.,

'iI; but a littlti ** -beesh" opened doing something the"time. :
h' : ed for about the space of two hours .be paid at once m
'' I .J., .ip the way for us very ezpedltlously, Another peculiar custom, on moot all (Great. Is Diana of the' Ephesians. ) .
CChh (. [ "We were finally put aboard our ship : had excited the
after St. Paul
..,the .,reale. rabble and racket. Greeks, a wreath of flowers, (faded anger I
sliver.smith his
Demetrius the
of by
ItLa r :J have ever xperleDced.Ve wereashowa however) was hung from the balconies preaching. In fact most. people land The Best Plan and Cheapest Insurance Ever OfferedJT1

I'old.. our stsleroom which was very or second story windows." I am told at Smyrna for the trip to Ephesus.
.a, oomlortable Indeed. At 12 o'clock that these flowers,are placed there theIIr.t. of
which certainly profoundeterest
\" ; CfceMf whistle bean Its tooting and a spot \
of every Mal and are put there 1 students of archaeology 'I>;
1"' 1':; 2n leai time than it. takes to write It. to a.rnld the "Evil Kve." they are'renewed ) to -
ti 1 It::;.p the big ship Had swung around and each year. We now return to]| and Christian history. Hereour and pass.ports i ..It Is t:s the lnt..1.t of, .v-ery: rollcy; I3old.r: to h..v- hi. :Oiv1..1cDo tUlecL!

.b. t I 'r t. ... were. off.for Smyrna, Turkey. our hotel and'have a Rood luncheon. must,, but be stamped not .very utrietly..baggageexamined / We qu1cJc1 "O"1'ir. your' frisLd. sad Do.llrh'bcnI.c. Jolxv sat CDoce.
f'.A., There seems to be quite a amber of Inviting the old dragomdnto luncheon r
in time for luncheon '
to ship -
passengers, the most of them. I pieutue I with us, and his appetite was 'a thing I return our the ) ,::1
and at 4 o'clock we are told "e On 9th Inst. John S. Erwira.' .' member of this District No.
getting on atsome (port before. of beauty and forever. Where 1, died suddenly cholera morbus.1
,' sal fur Constanlnople, which if nothing
i :reaching/ Bey rout. he stored the eatab'es. } that he disposedof I Notice and proof of death mailed to the
happens will be reached tomorrow was Company on the evening of the .
: ':. The afternoon and {In fact pretty has always been and always wilt bea I 9th and.received onl '
f much all of the time Intervening between I mystery to me. The afternoon was afternoon about---the. same time. the morning of the 10th. By return mail a check for:' $568.00 wa. mailed "to hi*' widow. :who] ,

\: sailing time and the next morn- spent in driving around the city. and. Invaluable for RheumatismI : was:the beneficiary. Read what she '
fag was spent In the armsof Morpheus.On visiting the different .bazaars. I cannot \. says: ; l
r( 'arising we found a beautiful day say that I was very much impress have been ..ulf..rlnafor the past '
'\-i ;; to store for us.- During- the bight I ed with Smyrna and my opinion of iII few years with a severe attack of .
l' :" learned we'ltopped 'at tilmasol on the same as the great American rheumatism and found that Ballard's WAUCHULA, FLA., January lOih .IWXJ.\
ttI Cypress Island where several passenger writer, Charles Dudley Warner's, he I Snow Llnlnent was the only thing\ that The Florida Mutual Life Association.My : '. .
1 ,' were taken aboard. Cypress Island -says: "Snivrna Is one of the moat. gave satisfaction and tended to I
I', Is famous for Us old tombs. It ancient cities on'the globe, and still alleviate my pains. March 24, '02: husband, John S. Erwin, became. member'of the Florida Mutual) Life ,
: Is administered by the British, who \has no appearance of antiquity. Hj I I John C. Degnan, Kinsman, Ill,., Association. his certificate having been 'Issued DeC 'nrKer llb..111O lie died .,
r pay tribute to Turkey.My .1 contains all nationalities and bas noi;J25c, 50c and$1.00. Sold by Koberson's on the 9th day or January A. U. Bills( and on the 101.,.,. t. as beorflolary,'re f
.. wife and myself became acualnted nationality.. The, 2d commercial. city Pharmacy. I ceived I a check for the sum of Flee hundred. and 8lity. >Klf ht Dollars ("'>68.00), '
t' | with an English Barrister of the east, and vet bas no chamberof I hf'lna008' pollar for each member tn his district. on the date of his death. He t
',' t sods I his wife. These people came commerce, no bourse, or exchange. I A Guaranteed Cure for Piles had only paid. the sum of Six JJjllar (16)), which not only covered .cost of '
k board during the night at Cypress Its citizens are of po country and have!, Itching, blind bleeding,' protruding Insurance, but initiation fee as well Ho also carried two Insurance polio I...,
t9 Island.' lie told us he had been for I j: no Impulse of patriotism. It is an,.Piles. Druggists are authorized to one In the New York T-"e.od the other- In the Woodmen of the World The t
I .
; feme time making excavations am ng Asiatic city with a European face, refund money if PAZO OINTMENT fallsto amount due under the. certificate In the Florida Mutual Life .Asssoclatlon Is i
,the tombs, and had found Borne very It produces nothing and exchangeseverything. cure In 6 to 14 days. BOc. the fires to be pldr I would earnestly) urge alt married _ _Jal'I00
valuable relict,: among/ which were The children of the east j' their husbands securing certificates of membership In the Florida Mutual! Lit. r.
about 2 dOzeD tear bottles, which were'are-sent I' to Its schools, but it bas not Has Stood the lest 25 Year Association aDd help swell the membership to its full limit, and thereby In* '. ,
",Lac used 2000 rears ago or more. When t literary character nor any Influence of j The old, original Grove's Tasteless crease the amount'of Insurance for all In a Florid corporation which Is safe, ; '
a person died the relatives brought'culture, it is hospitable{ { to all religions| Chill Tonic. You know what you are .' cheap and prompt. In settling claims.
.. their tear bottles, which caught .Abe y,aDd very conspicuous none. It is taking. It-la iron ahd qulnibe in a 1 MRS. .. r
I. tears when they trickled down their the paradise. the Turks, the home ofc] tasteless form. No cure no pay COc.LIQUORS. v : '
faces bottles
,,these were then burled '" a
--" -witn the me oouies '
y. were or .
y' very thin opalescent glass and i 'LOCA.L'
-very "' J DIRECT:
becutlful. This collection be possess :a-y.
_f oed were JUI") ms they were taken from. '' ',
the graves. with the earth dinting to !! ,' szrvErrr; >r3 'aISSTltICT: : : : 3
Chem. He gave, my'wife'one, and I'll'
.-' just as It ws taken from the\ earth M KATZ: President, N. B. CARSON Sec'y.Treaa.H. .. .
nd-ls oo leM than 200Q years old. It DIRECTORS: ; C. Stanford, Dr. M. ;J. Hicks C. A. Carson J. S -Vi' Iker. ,
k., ''3. was considerable trouble to. carry it ALL THE'' LEADING BRANDS OF i . '. .

she thousands of miles w. travelledmhver ..., District Manager Osceola County, A..,, SIMPSON.
receiving, but. we reached ""' . u
", ,';]some with It, lo elegant condition{ and -,

.V prize it more than any one thing/ I : j.V. "
I At we picked up on our whole )our WHISKIES5t&1 : DIe i
,' &: In museum in Central I. B MAKINSOK
,J' '.' ask. New York they have a very I J '". rIST, ,'
Juable collection of these bottles. and ..: '. ,. Office over Osceola Pharmacy. ..
save often admired,' as well. as ..00'QId 0 ;,\; , , ', ,,*"t4, JI",, f'Afc-: '. '
+ ., at the beau., of some ,of them.. ., &> *>".* ' ;, O"CB rnirna: c I '9'a. 01'"to 12 m, . AQENTS FOR .
.' :hrrnett stop 4s tat Vathy.the ca pi1 Iuiportpd and PortsShcrries" ; i3oio; 5.3O10.. ,
a, ',' '. of Samas, here we remain 11 hours .jtrffftaf* , .. ,"D., n estlVJne. ;/ .: ... ;; 'Telephone 78 ., : Jun b. Irr.T3 ,
. 1 ''' v .1'0'''<' 4N3Ny1' '' *, , ': : '
fsoadlnff and unloading' i I" "v "(i>It WVtfi-ijiti Florida '
That .
,being/ the taken OD being /casks cargo.of sweet Angelica;: Clarets Sauterne, Rhino Winesy, : O. THOMPSON.M. r Phjrslclasi. 'c' acd S>'ra' .... : Fertilizer- Manufacturing Compai

wine manufacture of which this ,
{;1 place Is Doted;. It bas a Greek goy Import efl. :and Domestic Brandies Gins I Rum I ,ALL CALLa A.waaaa.R.sid.'Pks.ia. .OP QAINKSVILLB.

eroor, although it like Cypress and ;, . "LA:1:
v f'' llbodes pays ,tribute to Turkey. -A.great and Scotch Whistles.)(: '- .. ''office'Pae.t37ct1a8I11MEE. Makers of '
'. : High 'Grade Fertilize
r+ ; deal of tobaooo U grown here .," : ruT :
mod the manufacture of cigarettes Is ", h '
'oarrled 00' to great M. RIVERS M. U. ; '
a. eitent. They f *' 1 of All Kinds.. I
say that the tobaooo Is very much.esteemed -, . ., ; Pbyalclaa, sad >8ar-oo.. 4' :
In the Levant bull of all the < 'WITH JlfBIMMrK: PKUO COMPANY. #r\\
: rank: weeds I ever, smoked; (and I da ): THE .' .HO"8s". II Office, -411IIMIII Orange. Tree Fertilizers. a Specialty. 4

?I euookethis tobacco claimed first FAMOUSty Ml.. I eta.P .
money> About 1 to': ,
p. we are "
strain this rims for Smyrna,.that ''will I' -' . '

i, WV'" ,a' ti J slue iLght oar* and next thasteamer stop.;' It. is chairs! a' beautiful seem. to :'::. . '. .!; :. .".. Cream of Kentucky . j.IATTORMKV. , Has Stood The ''Test, 25 YtoGrove's '

ly be prettytwell.; \ filled with passengers .: ; ;;..t./)/...!, .t.\t'\ <, ','J, ; Cars till iV I : AT LAW. ....;, -
, Rye __ I NOTARY J- t
yt, QJojrlng tu We ret.1re-.t. 10.30p m. : t AND PUBLIC, J ,
and arise at 0.30. Echo ""* ,f
a. m and find thej Spring Rye
k ( I .4.:; -", KISSIMM>rE.'FLAJ ,
t .I Irol'kloK', ,into the harbor at I;", . I I ', ;
MC Smyrna.'. After breakfasts the racket Club Bourbon .
t" ..Commences.. It is safe to say that at Wilkes M.. VV1L.LSON. JR., :'
least 100 small boats have come from County, Corn Tasteless
. whorl>, to bargain with the )passengers !BODWQSER Old', ( NOTARY PU ILIC... J l'l Chill Tow
i r' llarjest Corn : _
$ ,
for landing; The landing here Is ex .. ___.., ---- J STATE 'AT LAROB.-J- "' ---, , *, .., '
.tremely I difficult,, except in very calm ,.. Real Estate JL ? .
.,-weather The city """ ""1"1" Agent No-Coro-No-Pay. .
} M seen from the *n "T"1CUASE'S 1 ICISSIMMEE 5O, cents.yoia. .
,- .
steamer .
wdt quite picturesque\with';its ... : - - .

orchard while buildings.and ,fruit embowered t.reeIL and green the. ,THE KING BARLEY: ,MALT
striking hills beyond., We flnajly Distilled' W21e3 . .. :was ..t'er
"conclude! bargain especially for "
with a .couple' of
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Turks to take us ashore,:,sod we descend medicinal I Nice. ottle,
;,,. \Ins use '
into the.small .
t boat in the bottom BEER ," i., .3P1XOZ3.O. .' .
beautiful ,. Of which are ( '. PEAf : IIt
oriental rugs' in' fact f ''

every are old boat they bas,,are them,certainly, and while beautiful they ., ,' . . CANADA'1 ,)MALT' R R.: WHlTTEN. & .C(3(,

I tried to bargain with tbe boatman .
;but be did '110$ Deler.t.and"U1', lao-j : ..and other brands of , ffE ':!hono Lee,, .'
jruage Orleuadb.
was' :
quite shy 'on his, so .' : '- .- :
wound do nothloM with bun. 'Tbe first Whiskey: too'numerous t
thing to be done was to engage: .rooms Free: : Phone From'Miller: ', .! Sta6lesMATLANTIC.OOAST
i$ .- ', ...t the grand Hotel finch, a* 1 had ., to, 'mention. r -....
; +f made up m.mlod.hI"- I would prefer '. .q .... : -
f ' .sleeping there than aboard the steam. ,. 4"f' ; LINElTHE

"C'tt'r, 4be.ter. simply. I for .a 'change; if nothing 'rlWhiskeYBottlc(1'in J. ,, : ,

:t t'C ', ;a' spoke i lalrl-"OOd.1Ia'&lfed.) English a dr.a-omaD..who a' man by i' ( : ''Bond THROUGH .CAR JJNE- '

:TiAbe.. Game of Cove, be. told me of many .. .- -- -; Dont .be CrossIf :EROMFLORIDOONNKC3TIONI (
: .
Np wsslnent people>> he had .guided r / .
1I' environs of Smyrna,. he BasSs Ale when. hi..

) .Jd be would arrange for a carriage -' ... -, Guitraess's. ; ,,StoutCOWEST cooking, you get'p'oor'rc'sults. _. i
?6, ;a rtny; wife pad myself, and off he . It', To '
t :
;, tr 'mt,'when be returned and gsve 'me ,' : may; EastALt. Over 1U own Rail: 'to Savannah; Charlestoi

H '!. price; I Dearly If not quite bad sot :, PRICES.. , BY 'THE:.GALLON.. your: fault, bui. the Richmond and :'Washington, 'thence. Via Pen

$ a .'..ileptlo.' my fit own, and, bargain'which'started; off, to eooPJ'.ad. was- R""rE:: .:: ,roiY3::: )f,2.OO' ..'UP.. "( .;tGIN' ,the fault 6t.tho' irtgre-: To L HAIL' S Ivanl& Railwa .. > o'X,

? r.0e i in short order. I then Informedid..acrom..n :OOIS2ST; dfents'you' West .(Via Montgomery);'and &t Nashvill

}d that I did pot desire :froxaa: : : : ,$2.OO' :tip: ." used.. the and Dixie '

.,",.'" 1 ; .. anything for me,- .... '" BUY! YOUR Flyer Roote" Via Atlanta. II'O'
; \ scheme worked bv oeo-. from.,. $2.OOup. :: : East 1 Via Savannah. Ocean, 8t*..m hlp .Company/: t
; ;v ;_ io'bls profession and that when AND ALL: ,OTHER GROCERIES''or the, York Philadelphia. and Boston ; via Nortel
oth" to a;, storet. be, niu,,t I remain .LIQUORS IN PROPORTION Steamer to'New York, Washington a04:' Baltlmor
.. 't.i :4' because Ithere; were .. us and you : via'Savannaband Merchan ,
any will_ flnd 'VIa and Miners Tranipo;
: .
.1 Steamship ,
be tatlon Co.
Jt > sMWDiaak' & to received I ,was tbe for'I3altlmore and PbI1&delllhl. .'
who ,would .absolutely' receive everything absolutelyfmh .,
. 'J'..'He. "looted at me..and smiled, : 'n e Westland 'Via'Penineular'Oceldental: : '
;!"4'r.: ;: ,, W pure and satis. \ .Steamship: If
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