The Kissimmee Valley gazette

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The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Kissimmee Valley gazette
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United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
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Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-

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Influences In'' the" StaU.. b"t to nty SCII01 mm : T
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Judvement public mind of people .. ::: -
will be In deep sympathy. with-tbe ,

rJ FROM TAUAHASSLtIs making suggestion good that roads.ihe "convicts be put to [, W1 CID' BY ,UGtli ITNINC. : '.SPRING.. GOODs J ff' >,tI .R'F ,IVING :''' ,'

No one denies that the good roads '.
bas to such ,, '
Going' on Around the movement. thatIt ha grown'becoui .a ''demand proporLions i Terrible Bolt; Weds ,Sad Havoc on : : : :: .

r' from nearly .every part of the State :. i Largest Stock : : : : 1 : '

State''' Capital. but there will b.NhJ".be any change the i hands Structure., : . .' ,
made In the convict Ie...' system,, afar : : I '. '' .. ,
Tallahassee Jane 22, 1809.-From the State convict are concerned kl..immee was'.lslted.W.doeeday I .' I
aa : '
evening' by one of the. most disastrous. : :
mpa come. the story that Albert for a long time. Unfortunately. Latest Styles" <

Illohrlst ot DeSoto Is going abroad people charge, to the system adopted : electrical storms that.. ever ooourrelhereand ,. i'. .. __ : '.
result High .
ae a
his business. Board of State
i soon as he can arrange and operated by the
'...... so they will not suffer- In hisfbseone. Institutions tbe scandalous and outrageous School bulldlng.ji.he pride of the town. '
According' to the Herald Instances. of treatment. of I is In a badly wrecked ooDd IoD. LowestWeesCONSISTENT : -t

(hen asked by a, reporter about his county. convict inst. have stirred the Almost all the afternoon tbe''clouds ,
beroalorlal.spiratlog.L he was asoy public mind., .I think I assert a positive bad been gathering', 'growing 'darker
uncertain. the vroverblalnalden facteastly ,verified when I saj and more threatening' each moment,, "I'TH' EST''GOODS
and "" FRESH H6 I ,
dark .
about :
culminating ,,
and Orally
and announced that he 1. that. In every instance of Juhuman .. .. . : ..
paring to follow' the footsteps of treatment of convicts that. has been in a terrtmc downpour of rain jac- --. ... ..,.' ... ., ,.r. 'J '

** illustrious. VViliUui' Jennings mad. publlo. It has been 'a cdunty. ,, 'companled by deafening thunder annvivid , ,
fi Bryan around the. world and promised NOT State convict that. bas been the flashes of lightning.. About I' < -- '"" '. '-

i to answer the question when he 'got victim. certainly is the polio and eight and a o'clock blinding there flash was which a terrlfflo put out bolt all .'Drainage Dredges Nearing' Completion :*+**+W\i+W++%\+\i\i\W+
''back from the. globe. Intention, of tbe men who have chargeof
Although, according to the Herald these. unfortunate. creature. to see, the electric light In town for a few ., :
-aummital oall humanely treated. to moment and burning out the fures >
Wr, Gilcbrlst was noo that they are iSiMif
In a of them. Everyone rca Palm Beach News _
matters, save perhaps the prosperity this end every effort.and care SPRING
of Tampa, there is absolutely their reach Is directed.I Used at .the time that something nearby Fort Lauderdale. June 14.-Pleasant

po doubt that be now Intends to be a came upon it so suddenly that. 1 I bad received a severe shock but U weather Is now prevailing here and ,
candidate for governor at the next was startled bid in tangle of "forest was' pot generally known until Thursday the work ,,i* beingpushed on the ill
the midst of the mornlig that it. wa the High dredge that Guv. Broward U having '
prlm.yal". right
election. .
*: 384 of tbe laws of Florida town. It is well named "The Grove'' School building that bad suffered and built for use in. his project or drainingthe . r 'G.QO'bS::' ;:' ;

Coo lour. to agitate the people of Lake the"beautlful old home of Governor all day. yesterday the people of, the Everglade. V ; h

City, lobe situation. has assumed lu- Call. The handsome old mansion sits town were going and Coming to and The first dredge that work was commenced . .
tdlorjus phase !lately.- .The city of well back in the 15 acre tract of wood. from the building to view the wreck. upon a short time ago I I. near -

Lake City recently. was' granted an loiupnotton land all that 1* left.of a magnificent The lightning struck tbe chimney on ing completion and will probably 'be '

to restrain tbe State Board. estate, It i* directly at' the end of (be western. wing of the. building ready for work in a couple of week I ,Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes and jfotionft : .
lift Education and Control from pack Adams lobe street that run from ths which contains. tbe primary room., time, or less., The boom and dipperare : ,

BTing and removing the equipment ofrthe west side of lobe Capital couth. toward truslc room and laboratory, completely being now put la place The engines : l "1
University from Lake City to 0,11..11'. and north to tbe doorsteps of\ I demolishing the chimney and tear* and all the other machinery t :,>: j1 'En.di.aRA"'Va' ety'arid-at Very' f\+

,Gainesville ftotwlihstandlng. injunction the famous old home. Four enormous ing off a large portion of the ,shingle have already 'been 111..naJ.. .and the :
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the agents of the Boards are column of great height, support- the....roof. The bolt. seemed to have then finishing touches are being put to the. '. V. k :' I
come down through the floor of the. for the and open two *'' V. Low' Prices. : : :1
f-busy packing the goods. Nathan portloe. that. faros: tbe south la' spiteof small quarter crew' ", ' -!", F ... ,
and attic through which It made 1_. I '
"Brian, Chairman of the Contiol IsKalklng tbe ravages of time the wilu Reed I : .
around with a chip ;on his unkept desolation. of the grounds, the hole into the laboratory, almost A. Bryan 1* In charge of thai :

daring the city of Lake City stately old house wears genial warmIng completely demolishing the apparatusand work: and 1* general superintendent, :
arresting blm for look of welcome which makes it glsss. case, tearing' up a portionof with C.p"li.. 'W., Skinner of Wlltningtoo 1 : '
knock it off by
.1-to,lola"loa"be injunction so be can get easy to Imagine what 1 1mast hare the floor, and knocking the Plaster.Ing ,, Del., aa construction foreman J : }; ;
the matter into tne Supreme Court. worn In the days of its glory and its off and tearlns! up the walls In a and U. J. Cssslday, LHV. ,

' ,The habeas corpus route, it bonpltallty.. .< .j i frightful manner. foreman and Capt.'Thomas a..I.t..ot.I':I M **/ *
, there. : '' The music room which U on the of who sent
Within tone's throw of Chicago was '
the only way to arrive a TBB ORIGINATOR OF LOW PRiC3'IN WMIMMtE -
; :
Als. The people of Lake, City perhaps workmen are beginning the building same 6.our.aDd next. to ...b.' manufacturing company .as chief engineer ,(5; $; !.:.
i feel !{ It was in a lesser degree,' but the with J. H. Hendrloks also : .. _
,have some right to : aggrieved of the Qoyeroors ofI i 0 tt r
slate blackboard on the wall between Chicago as assistant engineer. I .
they certainly do feel badly used I always the. dream and hope of the late I "'
their Ellen Call 'the two rooms was shattered. and the. the dredge was built her on the 1
read. the "bill of particulars". lo owoer of The Grove, Mr';' '
'=injunction suit,. yesterday. It is a.* Long, to sell the place to the State to I celling "overhead,... was prettybadly t; bank of New River, the ,machinery '
in tithe Joint converted Into the official residence torn up. coming from lobe Featberstone Foundry
moral law. be
.long boards a* the are charged 'with numerous 'of the !governor's of the State, a hope I I i' .The'primary 'room, directly under and Machine Works, In Chicago. .BUDDED TREESI' 1 : /

f sins of omission and commission; that was not realised. People prefer j j'the laboratory seemed to suffer the The-slxe of the bull of the dredge is '
most of "all. The ceiling overheadws.s 38 105 with 4 fee*, draft.,, It will be .
:'.Gainesville's claim to superior moral modern comforts. and conveniences to x | .
r and educational atmosphere seems to historic associations. and If the OOTJmlnsion -, nearly all torn off and spattered equipped with. a and dipper' capableof 'TNIIRSKRIES'I { :
,*,be about the hardest thing. for them ton had chosen to convert the old ,: around over' the desks some of the. handling. 4| yards of dirt at each [

"._l1ow. Speaking of the means used place into the Governor's) Mansion it.. windows were t.orD.OU', cash, frame load and a rock dl par of 2}, 'yardsoapaoltyelther . . ': .
Gainesville to. obtain the locationjol would have been remodeled past recognition I and all, and the. blackboard. frightfully " to be hung on an oX,!> '.
i by the University there the bill alleges and all Its quaint. wrecked., toot :D' ik CO.., PaoP 4TOSS. J, W. HOARD,, AOBMT.:.J';; .
The".. also suffered eoosider.Ibis engine is : double .
The -of
stress on "pre. ioned charm would have been oldofa.b-I '
I that they laid great sentiments In thejporm damage' and .a..o Uttered with each cylinder being of lid horse. pow We will hare ready for next Fall and Winter fla0&101l', a generalassortment if. ,?
oded newspaper ed.Away fallen planks and ;plastering that It The boiler and of Orange and Grapefruit Tree. 0 lrar ,arl..j' "*
house Id the er. ; engine otter\ ma "
in such behalf back from tb* '' "
of clamoring ties Our trees are budded bILb'Nl1lfbl I Lemon' .'
. on good '' r0
was difficult to get upstairs.The including small engine for .
ehloery a
and 'Inter.'canons is the familyburying
of the woodland
| ., letters speeches depth Hour Orange roots guaranteed. free I from Insect of SUM.:
other portions, of the building all the pests any
manner and form ground Tlxe place is woody running a dynamo, are Va. '
in various All budded from .
bearing tree la and thereforetMse
the lightning . our grove .
c. of mound of red were damaged more or 1.lIt main deck. :tDame.
assertion A
and lonesome.
eluding a puerile new follow the eleoiric Our facilities for growing nursery. stock are ,seoctMi' ''I to "
seeming to The second what might be
marble slab or
for and on marked a simple story
< by
x,.r ss rlor"atmosphere" clay 1825 and bell wires and bursting nut wheneverit called the cabins, contains sleeping none and our trees are,aa fine as money and twenty ..years', ex.- 'r'
ot Gainesville, alleged not to with her name and the dates .
T ,
perleooe can produce. We this ofthe
ppart are making a specialty assess
sister cities.Mr. 1UO& mark the grave :"ot the dbutingulsbedwriter found a weak place such ae plasterLug rooms tor a crew of *10 men, dining .
I enjoyed by or blackboard.! bath and cook, closets,/ sink famous California Valencia Late which. is destined to bseorrMO" ,
Call rooms
H. S. Elliott., of the Departn'ntif ,.M. ; Ellen. Long \la. '
the money-maker ,
greatest Florida Our buds'eaaafi'direct
It is bard atpresent to give any and other conveniences all doors and
Governor ,
the office of the ComKftslsstoner who was the. elder: daughter of iProducing
of '
Statistics of the from the best bearing trees to' the now fassotjs estimate district
like correct
of Agriculture has just returned Call and the first' white child thing a windows being screened. The_ dredge -. .
best Valencia in California.
Miami where he went to. born in Tallahassee; another daughtera damage but It Is reckoned at anywhere will be equipped throughout with. '
saake arrangements from for Lice taking'. oflbs gentle whitehairedwoman, M,... from 1.000 to ':,600. electric lights., Write'for.Prices to J,, W. HOARD. Oottut: FT*., or call. sW :aaJTwr, Nurcetriet -

J for Dads county Mr.Ullott Brevard lives here lovingly cherished The 10.uK.ooe'aa-.ot.l: say tbe poll' Two dredges are toe 'be built here- './ itt W&OO on Florida Midland R. R. -- 0
census .
annotated 1 Mr. fL H. Seymour by her devoted family, cl.. 00 the building covers damage the "Imbe..loh.. second one to": be ,
by lightning and U this is the casethe called the being -V V
Miami enumerator, and arranged Here, are lobe gr.ves of GovernorCall already
I In each of the .election. and his wife and other 'of his county will not suffer any financial patio place and all the machinery on ... .. .,. '. \ ., .. . '
mote a deputy e1e t Miami where there race.. It U perhaps fitting that the loss, as the building' and .furniture ' the ground ready' to be installed. : .... ,,,".,..i.r.,... ,;. ., .f: .. :'-v, i. ; :.. .If;'" ...1<:
: the is Insured for about $''.000. Ruth edges are of the ,latest, lei, ; ,
numbering struggled with .
four.The w.rk of old warrior who -';" ;; ,; A1..
rt be : "" -
furnishingsla <
clllxenS of Dade will be speedily red men for the land should sleep, his The biggest damage &0' proved type for the work, required V 0t Wf: B.-;.,, fllAKIlfSOH' m'f'( ':-: T' ,, ,, .
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and the re.ult.llwm be giventhe lat long, sleep close to nature' 'own' In the laboratory where the expensive them and will be not only fully equip-l < : .:. ,. -J jifs.liM9 '.

o Tried publlo on within thirty-Bye days. heart.. The spot 1* sweet> and .quiet, aparatus, costing. about 1,000( U next for that work' ; but also eo'. arranged -.'j ., ,-- ... ---......-. "a"te-wo..v- .s"wn'..-, ,.,..---: --aa-,-,.I-<...: -'''-'AM'-rAm: +r:MnB'UW. 'f' a+ey.w.r
State H. Clay Q awe his'grave has recently- been! marked a hopeless mass of broken glass anf. as to be as'oomfortsble' and 'con : - -
Becretary-of '
ford, is' in receipt of a notificationutrota by a simple white .stone Inscribed on other debris. _. venient as possible for tbe IDeo'" To DEALERS_ '.'IN':6. ? -i- .w
.. President Roosevelt stating that* it Is:, !Richard Keith hall. 1802. further this latter object. one of, the I Idredzes. ., ".

the recent. order for ,the abolishment Governor Call wa. one of the. heroic The Electric Bug. probably the latter, will b.e J ' ''" :' '

L' olUce of .$urveyor+Oeneral ,ofFloridaon'Jun. figure of the early Florida. a smell but complete. lot P&DjI: ; \-1 ;
I'' otthe 3Utb, 1008 has been Ue wa by birth a bt.t.orr.or the eon In reply to letter seeking Information Among the numerous workmen" on ; : :

as .to mrke U effective of Major ,William Call in hi*- youth about the electric light. bug which the dredges are Geo. M..,Taylor andJ. ; ?<
modified so I
[\Florida on J one 30th, 1W07/ Mr. C. H.iParlln the family moved Kentucky! and at has been so much In evidence here H. Dick,.of "cabin' ; the former :I HARDMREEVERYTHING [ ,
the age of seventeen he volunteered togo -since' the installation-of the electric in charge ot the finishing. *>nd : ; ,
General Weeks aa uror. under General Jackson through hi* light system."'Y.-Lb. St.. Augu>tlne the latter a..t.ttoaRoblneoo; 'the' /
I succeed Record Mr. C. F. Hopkins ha received ...b.eleet.rlo .
General will make his bond and takelobarge brilliant military career, serving as painter; R. D. TaylorTtDstallidg \ '
SSL Blok-' the following with a letter from light plant and A. M. Lopes ,
New Orleans.In
Of lobe office. Governor his aid at the battle of : ,
f.i't' Hop Frank Clark, Congressman to L>. Rawlins : - -
some ago angirder 1836 he was.appointed V assisting; C.' B and B..
|> ham says that years Incurred whom the was addressed: James .
for abolishment. iftet.ervieq four years be query dolaJtt.b.; 'wood work while '
was"issued .'
ti:\ of J>e office but the State officials andmembers PresidentVan Dureo's displeasure US., Department>> ,of c Agriculture, Anderson is at work on.the hull of the f" ) : !/ ..

of Conga.: succeeded I intiravlng and was by him removed from offloe Bureau. of ICntomology, Washington. uecond dredge -
k': it. revoked. Th.olUoe of Sur'yeyorOeneral In 1841 he was' again appointed' governor D. C., June 8, 1908. The capacity of the dippers to be :
.",! of Florida i approaches serving until. 1644., He built Sir:-The Bureau of Animal Industry used On- the dredges are both alike as : N.JWiy. .:

"V- than other otnce in the. railroad ,from Tallahassee, St. bas referred to this bureau your given already and they will be able to .
"f more nearly any communication of the Oth instant, withInolosure canal 20 feet deep' and 140 feet. ". '
r. "Importantport. cut '
State the beatific. condition. ofr Marks, which was then an < j : :
>jhe In modern parlance it Is a This was lobe lint railroad builtin from' MK; C. F. Hopkins, of wide It necessary but the canal to be c :- _

Sinecure. The alary Is, I am told, Florida and. the third built in "h.Uolt.eel 8w: Augustine, Fla., who asks its",to cut is to be only 10 feet deep and 100 ' "

> sofisusp.. with clerk to\ performtall States. In this nay of great lbs origin of "the !electric bug. Iuowjour feet wide which therefore; If much SaddlesV Harness ., '. T

t2 000 a work year all the SurveyorGener"al enterprises It Is interesting. ,' to notet.b..t. request that "Mr. Hopkln'sletter less work than la the, ability of, ,the ., { .
the with the ,.de :
be returned to
the payroll and .' while a. member Ot ,Congress, you dredge, to performThe '
ha to do 1* to sign . :
a'Job like General Call tried to get;a canal cut : ; , .
I '
bitsalary./ want he (j -
draw "electric bug1 Crockery
that ,
by ;
% I
presume Stoves
that myself; and envy Mr. Farlln his across the. Isthmus. of Panama to unite : ,' :
means "b..lal'p. flat water ,bug, an .J';
of smallpox tbs water of the\Atlantic, and the Primary Candidate.He .
: 'The existence of a case I ,
H. ".. : inch or more in length,, that is so r "
mile .
kin Tallahassee and one about a Gulf of ; attached to the. electric cometh like flower and retire ' '
the old State. Fairground {.. As I stood beside lonely .grave abundantly up a Tinware ;Glass ri
.out--- of-- town near lights at certain seasons of the year, th tromb.. race busted. His .. : : : .
alarm and thought of all 'the giorlousachievements ,
of some r ,
wag the cause I nave false andatmosphere. K .
which fill him with
mindtied It is the only Insect to friends hope: V "
State Board off of the brilliant \ ,
Tbe ,
for a week. It is He swelletb like toad "
heard this
..; ; name aoolled. a a *
.Hjf'Health developed was notified and cent as soon Dr. Young a* the will that purpose made and achlev the meal strength possible of, ;.t.itr' bug -and during. the early 11..1 and tblnketb the" ,'world I* hla'n. Hesonlleth ,. .- Paints: !: :, Oils 'f. .
& eases in mankind and
live ,
exclusively sloppethover
of its life upon ,
to take them inchargei and realised that tb*.man th. .t "once V
its special agent water,' feeding Upon! other aquatic. Insects with. humor. He'' klssetb 'the '., I'
tie trod. the of glory" was now buta
Both case were negroes reachingfull and acattereth. his microbes \ '
wall and small fish Upon children
... thethought MattingredI
Monday ,
was discharged handful away Window Shades .Ii
lo town
-one Theexposures growth it. acquires wings and then among' innocent babies. He privily ,
that involuntarilyashedInto
the other 1* oonvaleioent. at. night overthe clove when be 1msetb a ,If
Viand vaccinated and a mind-"the path. of.gloryleads files vigorously, only bnewetb : t
all my
were search of other pond nd he oonverseth with
land in some preacher, % as '
but to"the remembered
strict quarantine was maintained grave--and or pool of water in which to lay its him he teodeth to the leeward and Farming: IttiplementsAgents ) i, .
.lII his (
I that carven
ul''bel' oases ire expected.; as : name : 1
eggs. While thus migrating' It 1* curbeth his breath with a strong bit.
;I ed jr.'OUOIf the Board,of Bealttiaotiolpated lo large letters,will live in the history' i tt of Vive svrongly' attracted 1.0' ,electric !.lights.It He goeth home to his weary, wjfe late. . .. I \\I.
long *
of as
outbreak. ye1 low and as '
) an : beak breath and cold '
possesses strong, sharp ,: at night 'with beery 1'I "
fever this ,' his answer wan very Then the butterfly! that hovered for> a and '. ,
year will Indict severe-wound He rlsetb between time "
which a upon feet. up ITNCI.1'I
10to''h. .c "t:
adroit-,'"The Board of Health never,, moment Over the headstone flatted the who handle It, incautious' f lk th forth -without' his breakfast .STEEL
person > I PITTSBURGH :
but keep. a sunshine away and upward was ,' for ,tbe .
|i- tlolpatee an epidemic to emblematic.\ of the' fleeting lye. Respectfully yours; : saying; "I a-o' to see a mao", Thede.dbe.t'Uetb ; f ; :;-
watch and Is always prepared no longer In and his
JU O. HqwARD"Chlet of sit pulletb \ !
E with ene.'," Tbs history of yellow glories of. the earthly, but of the .Bureau., 'c':Hon. Frank r'Clsrk,, :Houseof leg to a queen'a taste. He nalleth a befoa( : {) xl' '
from the elsewhere., :
epidemic show that. they' genera. darkness of, transportation death to the sunshine of Representatives." ._. lie but before election time he rune I Get our: prices : tuylng,
repeatthemselyee.fe nails. .He glveth liberally ,
Ally neth. abort on *
convict lease, system came In'tor Immortality..; Miss JErPEBSONBKU!: "" '' .subsortbeth
: : The
TO D. C. AND' RE'TURN to lobe church a
; .
sv severe scoring at the bands of the I** In Live Oak'Demoora' good sum 1.0b.* band contrlbuteth to )QQQQQOQooooaOQ IX
Good Road :"Convention beiwthUt .. whose barn was. burned he \ .,..
week. A letter from Hon....W;!* Paleper / :.Street; .Paving.. .. ,On''June 29th, July 2d<< '3d, ,the', Atlantic " send the poor b a small keft hither and a large', ... '" .'J'-:
streets, with I .. :
was read before tbe convention In I The work of paving the } Coast rains will sell J'Oliodrip keg thither. he yieldetb up. ,his .substance ... "
oh. among other thing: he said; crushed rook goes .merrily oo and 'tickets, to Washington D. C.and"re- with"1 Apparent alacrity. After ;r.
t c present convict lease system 1* a Capt. Jell and -hiss gang under the "uI'D.11I'a11) at rate. "of- one far the election be goeth behind lobe I L: :'NEW ;6 ROC RY: } S'TOIlE :i.;
grace to a civilized paoole a* DOWpofsted I.supervision-of Chairman Lesley, ofthe plus 29 oeD... Tlmcets limited to July barn and klcketh himself:Les.sU. his b. .," ,
andsuppoee ; .... :
under some of the leases street committee are doing a good, llsb. Extensioulof i limit ottickets hair And calletb himself a Rotterdam \ 'Ut tr." . ,.
U U. uffloleatly, '...41 under,job. 'Th*> street are being thoroughly obtained- .by depositing 'Ieke.wl.b A ' ";.r: l
can -Ocala Banner. opened Uandy l
foot- We have'j Just p"at Bandy ,*' :
l the leasesI will not venture"In-., graded and enough dirt hauled r in "to Special! Agent ,Washington. '"' f '*;. 'As" '
the detail of tbe objection to the round them off nicely, and.>the rook i and-pay ment of.60o.. uot11'AugustIUU'I4* t 'Aaciesn' Borne 1" .', ' old stand, It.b.fUU. .ot fresh>< .#'J. 14 I I ,, ",;'rPANCY'AND..PAIMILY'

etn,and I do not propose that oar then placed' on' top and crushed with'ller"Broadway 1906 "-- "" .C Is now'merely-a memory of the ''past.'. . (GiROC"IS' _';, "';"
rt shall-venture into that line, but tbe county. . Foefurther. /nformeslon'eath' onigentaof ttotmeul 'fs theism' .
J;? do ...porUb. adf&DtaJe"Aud when h"bedj will be a*q.sod.olDlJ,a I' Atlantic oa.1LIas.Ariainrtaiq .-" Ballard'a Uyv )Unlment..Snow of, the I,twentieth',oeasue.fA t"" : tJ ....oeo&I..i1i 'oJ.... ..Wid', ..., ':1" : .

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bed by p1&olna'he' convict of the .-. Is the s. Intention to repa..l1 I ::,, pitpe for..Piles.,; < \lam/Barns Cuts; Sprains, Neuralgiaeta. ] '. ..1l1 < .v \,

constructing goods road in.Stataip streets. that were fgrmerlyj m.-l.l'l8ft pevd firstt of I hoblD,.-:bllDd..r,bleed lag.r', ';;protruding Mr. CHJlUnyon i,, ,:",,Stanberry I t ( : .' ,
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W.IIC "" "-"' oc.o. K.JLK.KJ'" .lilt. t4t relation was; Miss Lynch to her? Was ...... ; -" -,

= J. there In reality, any relationship between TILLMAM

4e- "", ...".lap. .. f,' .. them] pnrhatdid hey they went, to London( once ln three _
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9""" ",, ," FpR; ."LT j year?',TsYoy: bad>o vlalltpr"" : they bad , 1 .. 1." / : 'tliiiin 'FloridaV [

o, 1 I Io evldehtiy scarcely ;(+''eonattbingt'exeeedingly ver. .any letter; there was'billS Rate Bill Agre.t! ent J'"" 9 ate4\ *
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:j, a T\ PINt ; about them; and they bad A small In ment Before Senate.. .

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t Perhaps It wn* that last
0' ,. ; '; III sloe which: (tbrewout .all,.tbelc ,.oC.Cf r .' 't - ai and "FIXED OIL"COMBINE'" tlori' , 'The state. demoeraUo xeoutlv committee
f OF transgressions shortcomings: Into 'Praying'"that'injuft ;.Usue1 ft
i : ,BY' .. ; *' such' fearfully"! n:' roller One' fact ,. i '. :straining the removing of' the fta,I' in session at Jacksonville, to, '
i p Was certain; goo.d society In genera j .Jo' canvass tho. returns ,,from toe .recent: t
f ba4.. Ct a dissentient remark"to offer .Such) 1*'Cha", .,, Made b"J" '.ld."f.f" 'Florida' formerly known primary, election; adopted a resolu' ,r.
I' j. ( I whenever the:" nnnei o( Miss'.Grandand' Pitchfork !Who as the Florida. Agricultural; College, lion favoring tariff; reform/* an ,,
i \J49N0P4'NJ ; ::0.01.... We .Wen'tads
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i her gofrrncs Were mentioned. from Lake city to Gainesville or any Issue and strongly Indorsing 'William '
; They not visited p' People with ".. o." candidate
were they
; were Jiving. ? other, place; asking that the law fa- Jennings Bryan as the party
__. nn 7 p_ under a cloud. Brand en,.,,His, ferhM.N l ulllarly for ,,president:
V(h, 7R'7fx'7K9f7S.7K'yf'IClR o 001ot'W"W"1ot' :"aot'>< Iot'JtI 'But you a"1t1 i taking','a desperately -- known as the "Buckmaa The canvassing commlttee'reportel) '* '
Bill" be declared In conflict the
', ' bold step Ini\,ssklnc, mat to your ball, A1 with J. M. River of Gainesville elected:
1L Wkshinrtoa special
CHAPTER 2 delicate petition, certain! -that I* to Mr. "Mobutu I suppose you think no says Immediately constitution -of the United .States :.
1 # ,Continued., ""*" say: It he was a man of decently honest one will be angry with you; whatever after the senate met Mondaythe and praying for an order ,decreeing l state's attorney Fleldln.over B. P. Calboun. ;

., "Do :yoo'soe'be Tennauta"bouee, ))ir. ,feelings, not a Robert J Jash. y6a 'do, but t tan Assure you I 'bardlythiolf clerk of the house of representatives 'and Thomas of the executive
Mobun Look straight away to the "And how" would you; have htm act? 'Mrs.-.Tennani In& her daughterswill formerly committee canvassed the return
announced the
right across those-last,, lurches'which How would you yourself, we-ra you be able' to breathe through the i body \ba the railroad action of that, tural College and located at Lake and declared Frank Clark as the nomInee
divide iattoa'trom In such a/position, Mr. Mohan, ?". [ ,,.vrltUr la rate bill, but'It t for congress from the' second 4t
the moor It used evening ,me, the room. .Jane was allowed bas City: la still In existence there, a
to bide Us IntrualvcnesH and look almost. "I should decline pressing-toy-rcult! Grand at' Tattonl.the' very Idea la too ident's on the vice pres' .. suit of i more than usual general In- district Th effort to knock out the
I .respectr.ble'Wben-the'gTcarcltus! any ,,Cu\-:b.rsaid-.Glfford with' de- shocking.' was begun days
a few la
''were standing, ; but that old Goth,.Mr. cision. "My children should, not be ,"Do you,;think so?," .00Id,,G1lford.tu was called up by Senator Tlllman. Lake City /In the circuit court ago of Frank Sims, olVolusla County*
After ,
'Teanant, Jllld them rail out:'do1l', born ,to. a stained name through any hi.* tender,melting tone "Mow
autumn, and the effect IB,'a. :you see mere want of moral courage of mln"Jaf' '". 'the very idea It too .delightful, .-.Jane. .. read, M/ TlVman called attention u;> The Lake or against It.; 'The delegates favoring
W city 0-. City and' F B.
," "' the ,
-no, as you1 do not see. Are you really .\ Grand at Yattont" fact that his name was ,not at- i convention waged a' bitter fight. Q
9 looking for the .Tennants' house In tbe "Xpu look very grave, Mls Grand. It. was a'week: now since the drat tached.'' He presented and defended it Moodle-- a citizen of Columbia county, but the organization favored .pri ;

centre of your own wood,)ir.John Allow' me to ask If I am upsetting" ; any meeting; in the. wood, but.Mohun and at .the request of the republican seii- bring this.bill against the state boon (mary, W. J. Bryan of Jacksonville ;

-or haven't you rd..wordofaU little, prearrangement your owa In Jam feet n. if they' lind seen .nch'-other ate 'conferees, but'he said he waa opposed -: I of education, the .tat'e board of con.trol dtMounced }pea: ,Charles Dougherty- r

." ''the interesting country rnewa 1.lJa., ve positively declining to fall In love with' dally for years post; at If no brook In to the agreement regarding on* and Andrew Sledd.. as presidentof for accusing; the.committee jot unfair
r been so busily telling yourV' i 4;. ;; ; either of,the Miss TenD nt.?" time had exUjted between the'day of I amendment, to which he would later the University' of Florida.It dealing. The' parties-. were quieted by.

Now GUTord WAS.,thinking neither of Jan smiled, but ber smile' was a valentines! and this delicious rone-col-! move that the senate 'disagree.,, Ho is understood that a thoroughtest friend and order was restored.T 4
Mr. Tennant's house nor jof :this i1 own forced one. Sb* ty ,no means'wishedGlfford oed present As Janfpro tested against: bad reference to tbe JfcLaurln of the case is tovbe. made and
,., 'larches,' bat'of his companion's! fair to fall In love with either of the, the honor of meeting all tie county on divorcing the .- that It will be, carried to the highest -
,, little outstretched! bandVeryj Miss Tennants. She bad beard., not term of e-qtialltyy Tatton( ,abet was -business carrying7 and producing tribunal In'' the country before it is ''Working for Tampa Exposition.A .

t >lasant bands/ ,to bold between without satisfaction,' that be did 'not standing not In, a romantic, position, thatlt'.doos, which was amended finally disposed of.; The right of the tdcgijim was, received In Tampa, ;

ne's own; Glfford hot'ght V t think them as handsome' it was the teader-vbut: picking raspberries tu her lines. notupply'* to pip.. state to pass any law breaking a con. a'fow' days ago from Thomas J. L. ,

:An almost Irresistible Impulse'over fashion for other person In tbat neighborhood own little cottage garden, with that One tract, etc,, Is raised In the bill, recalling Brown;who 1* in Washington promoting '
came him; then and there,.to take her to call them. Bus a strange, I gentleman, )fro Gifford Mohun, humbly The change In this amendment "In the 'famous "Dartmouth College the Tampa exposition bill before
band la'his and kls*' It and ask her ian- pain smote her heart I holding: a basin of very ordinary yellow plain English," he said "meant tha case'', (Dartmouth' College vs congress, stating that the senate committee '

> ;:to , fo him for good. But he did ; when' he spoke of Mr. Teno lDt'. pntlife. ware by lie side. Standard Oil had got 'In Its work.) Woodward), made famous the'elo- had just .creed'- make a fa,
not. Something! in the Ilrl'"soft, unruffled I What Interest bad she in inch It "We ;shall see 'what the'""Tinnohts; The agreement In reference td this I and of Daniel by, vorabl report on the exposition
v : 'Web-
'Quence ; .
;< face held him back from going I subject rt'fiH7 What wa Mr. Ten think: anddo," she-went; on, 10 that amendment, he said relieved! the argument measure and that a* both the senate - -r'-
.''* to such fierce'extremes Juit yet; and nant's good or evil, repute to her' Nothing happy vole.Info which no ring of .or. Standard 'Oil company'' from control .ter' ;_ fliod and fcouta committees had agreed "

!fl i' all h* dldtdo wa to sigh very deeply, -she knew that; but the pain she row hail ever a. yet entered. "But I and regulation 'by the Interstate' commission The bin than 1. a lengthy one, occupying upon a favorable report the bill would
and then.bluhtng I believe, to ay be could not account for was at her heart can hardly picture to my Imagination more 15' pages of typewritten doubtless be passed In a few days

;'. bad not aalte heard what 1I1i. Grand till, to Jotcrnembered through long what L>:shall-,feel when I find myself When the bill was sent ,to conference manuscript and a complete without opposition

: "'., .said-und=and he rather thought he after year a* the,first dark whisper actually: In the presence of them all. the second time, Senator Tlll history of' the University .of Florida Senator Taliaferro, Congressman! J. ,
must been attending to of ber own fate-the skeleton :whose Of know Mobun that formerly known and designated as
have<< _something course, yon man said be found an entirely different Sparkman together with Mr. Brown, .a.
else grim hand bad been upon her, though the Florida Agricultural, College, Is
I: am hot and never have been,'visited atmosphere from that of the first have been busily at work pushing the :, '
'The T [r-xo: ;with faint, unsteady bold; even in those by any of the country people" conference, "as the house committee given. effort'are about to '
'''r, tremely, pretty" remarked Jane, 'very earlle moment of the one festival of "I ;{suppose Miss Lynch *as not matter,
; Insisted
on opening up the whole subject Bagging be crowned with success The bill pro- ,
\ quietly, and without blushing at all., thouht.70U old enough to go out yet?" 'Cotton from Scotland. f''
"Aggie,in particular, the one who used "'1. am thinking, Mr..,Mohan; I am said Mr.'Jlobun, hotly.* Including all matters on whichan Custom house offlclals-at-PenBacola,jyldes for the Issuance of a proclamation ,

to be thought,so plain ,when they r were I pondering on what you have just said."; .Tills,fact of Jane's not being Visited agreement had been reached. have been notofled of tho. shipment of by the president;; formally --

r children. Have you seen them yet?" "And you atrl".a the conclusion-! woe just the one thing about her that "Then I "began to smell a mouse, or a quarter lot a million yards of jute nounclng the fact that an exposition ;
Tea, Gifford bad seen 'them.' Theo ""I arrive at the eondwlon"-she he liked the least The woman he admired ; something ho said. cotton bagging from Dundee, Scot will pe held In Tampa In 1908. to

Tennant family bad been at Patton looked very ateadily. In his eyes a* she ought to be at the head of son:.- ."Or something, probably," Mr. Elk. land for this country.! They were commemorate' the beginning of work r .,

that morning, and the young ijadiea said this-"that you.have never known lety-courted, looked up to, popular-. Ins remarked. somewhat surprised when opened on the Panama canal and Inviting
bad kindly assisted In presiding over anything at all about really deep fear as be himself meant to be. Continuing Mr. Tlllnfan 'said he .,;. 'the consular Invoice,they Inasmuch the several states to participate. It

'aonieTof the1 outdoor festivities. Ing..,,_ A person W io; who knew>whnt ,"It{ U simply think of inch, 'came more 'Or less skeptical as to mo- this will 'be the first shipment of also provides for the holding of a naval
r "Ah"-and the' slightest :shadow love was, could not speak of 'presslnjbis. people as' the Tennanu not wishing to tires, etc.,,a.. one Is likely to do af. as display In Tampa Bay during the-
cotton bagging; to be brought from a
passed over 1.De'1 1 b aJt.: *'Ag gle I* suit IM> further just-as though he Ityou. should be very sorry Indeed ter service In the nate." He said progress of the exposition. -
,very pretty, Indeed, Isn't she I don't were' deciding about some mere matter -to'think of :your befog Intimate the change would.simply destroy the, foreign'oountry to Pensacola, or probably -
I. think I ever saw lach..Iotel,. 'eyes'/ of business, and not Important with them" \ to a-ny- southern portas the product .
j very .. .effect of making the pipe lines com Fire:! destroyed'"the.large storage
f any, other faccV buslneseelther.- If you were engagedto :-'Why, Ur. Mohnn mon carrier.. Is usually exported and- Is therefore warehouse occupied by S. J-
i- rW H, tj po y era ncltheiNof them beauties .\ something out of the ordinary.
1I1fO'TennnntDo.r we will Ignvepoor :! think I told you once before Whjf "There you ace the result of .this Tomas\ & Co., Merchant A Co. ana
," said Glfford* indifferently; "and. Aggie alone, and speak generally- I disliked them. Old Tennant' made additional deliberation," he added. The shipment Went from Scotlandto A Earle at Galneavllle-

r'", of tbe two, Miss Tennant is the hand- if :you were engaged to any one yon his money'dishonestly It Is a disgraceto / "The house had us up a tree and Llverpool'and .was there -placedon Saunders rr'egatlng a loss of about $18,000.
somer. The little onAg", did :you really eared for you,:would not chance all the people*ln this neighborhood Insisted( taking the senate pipeline board the Spanish steamer Vlvlna,
upon mill and machinery
Thomas lost supplies
h.'cU her?", (he had had quite a fllrtatlon merely because yon found, out 'something that they let his be burled for of the Sierra lime, for Pensacola. The
", "i,- with poor Ante that morning;and in' ber father's history to be cUI- the sake of his present 010114:)'." amendment a.. It was,originally* 'steamer now making some West Indian . $8.000, 'no insurance; Merchant ; ,

1 Dee: mamma and sister bad already approved of" '1" "But there' are other. people' In the nserted. : thus changingthe commodity ,, and Cuban ports, and I..due In A Co.. grocery, 2000. fully Insured, ;,

,w ''speculated: upon the advantages of her '?Vou ipeak a* one having authority. county! beside tbe Teno8D and they amendment about two or'three weeks The shipment Saunders A Earle; $1.000. partly covered 7 '

future petition as Mrs. Mohnn Of, Tat Miss Grand. I defer to you' I have none of them know me., Ho, Uri Jdo- "By this change the divorcement oC Is for< a Birmingham firm and by Insurance,, Th building be-.

ton)-."'tbe.lltt1e one laugh too much, never,.been In love yet, a*, you justly bun, the fact can neither be denied no? transportation from production would the import. duty' on It Will amount longed-to the Atlantic Coast Line and
and- Inclines toward fat. surmise,, I know. nothing about 'the explained ..wa,.., I am quite old enoughto b. confined to railroads, thus' leaving to nrIY-12.000. was used u a store room'' for various '

"You think Mil Tenuant "very band' laws and canons of the passion. Evidently get out; MUs- Lynch would have let the Standard Oil! company from the -: parties. Los on the building-

nor oct. tbenr' :you undentand the whole thing; me go to parties for the last three year operation, requiring that transportation R. C. "Storrl of New, Orleans, the about $4,000. Two cars ofT.he ArmOurcar
"Betkr' UaiiUig Than her Miter"; 'certalnly thoroughly :I ubrnlt. :. If I had been Invited-but I never hare companies. shall'not carry ,articles successful" bidder for constructing line were burned. Loss ton cars

/ ; bn tI:: 'am not In raptures about "Mr Mohun ..1: understand nothlrff been; and the strangest tMng U,"' she I produced by themselves"' Peall&COla'II.W storm .and sanitary about: $2.000, *
-wlthemf: diem. My tate in beauty is about it,- either; but I kno-Imean I added.rather mournfully, "that I bare So firmly was he Vxratlnced of the : -"
ba. been In the city
difficult to feel-that no 'one really>ln lavecouldcbanre. no Idea why I 'excommunicated. X the' Oil sewerage system, .
: ,' please, Miss Grandn ;:And : am Instrumentality.. of Standard with' the board of The Southern Paving and Construe- ,
I' Glfford tried bard to look a ,on ,principle, ' talk of am aura Miss Lynch la aa nice and company In securing this change, thathi. In consultation Ion company. of Chattanooga, Tenni:
- bond t trustees regarding the contractto
,.. L"Tour taste will 'be very unlike that doing." well" educated as any 'lad/' la' the In is'e4UmaUon'.every.senator. ,. who to whom was let the contract' for
""'- of AU the rest of the world If you don't And then- Gifford .n.wuedme- neighborhood I have been brought voted for, the: conference :would have be drawnup and slgced. The ,,18111"erq. paving one mil' of street with vltrl-

'. ?,; ;admire.tbe. Miss Tennant ''I hear no thing which I 4ar*'.aT would not'ap up by her, and X have never done'anything 3. O.''branded on his"' H. 'system Is to cost the city .over tied brick six 'miles of granite curbIng J

*U1-girl get on so well at ball as they do: pear strikingly clever If It were to be that.I know of to prejudice pee- did not mean 'to vote., for.'' It. because 300OOO.. and ,the' bond. trustees ;are one mile: of ten-Inch ,watermain,
and both ;bt them have received what recorded bt>something, however> ple against me. But still the prejudice proceeding carefully as to the.termsof ,
he did not-want anybody saylnfc"You've. : And'three' miles of relayingwater
'' Miss., Lynch calls +ostellglbl. offer "which .ball the' effectof:; making Miss exists. ,Yea Mr. Mohan, I am not visited the contract. Under',the agreement at';
got 8. O. branded on your ,dimen.lons Ocala,
Tes, Indeed, Mr.'MohUD,.In real practi- Grand's heart flutter, and, her eyes and however kindly ou mean It < ". already entered Into the work la to be malls of smaller '
,r cal-'earnest although you"do .look,so sink down from his face. And then she you 'a1;& taking a bold step In Inviting forehead Ben Tlllman. completed within four hundred daysof having completed 'thl work to the.

.T#' 'skeptical::; )lr. ,Tounant Is so near remembered that'It''was already pat me to Tattoo. die considered' the, Idependent companl" the, signing; .of the I contract ;Everyday eminent satisfaction of city official.
y '''about settlements and money that the' time at which she had..promlabdMiss If she had known all, the hidden I whose Interests' supposed In excess of that date consumed and the entire cltlienthlp. have now
... :;every one of the engagement mITe Lynch to- return; and. a* It was- weaknesses, of- Glfford'l ,heart, Janet .to be Involved to be myths. i must be paid for by. the contractor at been -engaged by the 'county commissioners -

1f ,been :broken off; but that the' offers getting so late she thought she must could not have played upon them with (Senator Bailey took the position I the rate of $26.00 per day, while the to construct all.pavements 'of '

.'tI 'were made Is certain., Robert ;Noah.of really go' back .the shortest way to greater success than she did by the hat the change made by the conference ' city agrees to pay the same sum for the county! around and about the spacious -

K' the; Craig; wa the.last ,H* wanted to Cbestrrford. although ,that walk wistful,earneatness of this little simple committee in the commodity provision every day leas consumed In' doing court house property. These

s marry, Aggie." through the lower plantation 'was speech.' It-was disgusting,,no doubt would nullify the pipe line position. work. wide pavements will be of vitrified
"A ''Xosh would do anything for ratter:a lonely one as .evening fell. that a girl he meant to love-(be had It was equivalent to makingthe the brick
money,"? said Gifford, with a somewhat Gifford would go with her. 'Oh, den; actually progressed thus far In the last ,Standard Oil company the 'ooe'cxcepUon -"- -

superclllousnprlsng! of the'e7ebrow., nol! she euld'not'letMr. ,Mohun ,take ten, minutes)-.hotil "even down to much trouble for worldajutt as far la subordinate position to such Gainesville opened with a large'at-
marrying a daughter,of so a shall not transport ,Xbelrt own Lake City, which has been a triangular '
old the outskirts of the last plantation the' eiiuailt.. But he endance. The enrollment at the
Tennant's. 'us people aa was articles. He did not 'large the Stan-; between Messrs. Hauler-;
Sv"Z' ...You.... very severe,ipon *!6,. Ten- then-she could get on quite well. alone not )l hun of Tat ton? the possessor of dard 011 company -with a direct effort close of the first week was nearly and Tompkins, has at

'"w- :J1 nt., Mrs Mobun. I suppose.; you think when she'' once found, herself. In the< the oldest name, of the best blood In to Influence legislation, but to frighten one' hundred, 'with many names to son, Berger to a1\ conclusion with the '
''It a thoroughly degrading thing for'a ,, open fields by the village. half the countryVould not-bls wife be added. A feature to, bo noted 1s last come r
., ,';I man to have made his money in trade?*'j j And the moon was shining high nnJC' bo a member of bis family T /Would it Independent t companies, who, !it the"number'of bigh'school'principals: nomination of Senator Guy Glllen! for .

i?: -Jane spoke quickly.. and her'.cheeks i clear above their beads when Mohun not be delightful >to seethe homage bad transpired' sell their oil .to .the and other advanced teachers'who are the place Mr. Gillen.w.. state sentor -.

; ;grew botr |" left Jane Grand at the garden gate-of with which all the neighborhood would Standard. '. reviewing the studies required for the from Columbia county a? lawyer ,\,

"I was not thinking; of trade at all," her own cottage!! that night.CHAPTER receive her -as soon as they perceivedher state certificate. The candidates for has :never been anything but.
'fHI answered'Glfford. "I was thinking of to be, as It were hallowed and ennobled 'Uxorclde and Suicide. the new primary certificate comprise a democrat The Lake City once. 1 Ia:.

common honesty,'when 1 spoke. of the HI.; by her presence Sherman Collier, a. member of a some of the most experienced and of the s'econd class pays a salary

kind of feelings a man mint have who i 'That,,a ,Mohun of Tatton': should The Idea did not'present Itself under London Ky., family, shot and. killed successful teachers of the state. The of $2.000 annually, baa an assistant.

could wish to inherit Mr .Tennant's I far lose himself as to fall In love witha the aspect of Vanity or Intense selflshM his wife and then ended his own life. ....10118.will'continue until) July 20th. postmaster and an ample allowance*

money, or: to'become! tht husband of I I young woman'In tu* posltlon.of Jane 11' to Olfford,,lie thonjrht t he shouldbe 'Xtoniesftlo differences are said to ---"" for clerical assistance.v; j *' '
,, one'of lit.''rennant'. daughters" Grand, was one of_ those aberrations: i -performing a singularly/ honorable I lave caused the tragedy mill -
boiler..exploded at'' the saw
But at-least Bertha and Aggie are concerning which the high moral l sense! action In puttlpg public opinion on one : A Thomas McLeod about ten Secretary'.Charle. H. Smith has just
{ Innocent of aU that their father, may of county society, cencrallycould .entertain side 'for tbe .fake of Mis Grand'spretty plant finished ,.: compilation' of commercial1
r have done and TCarO It isl' face; and .his" voice tbook with I EAST COAST TO. TAMPA. miles south of Perry,'a' few days ago ;
years ago but one opinion. ; of the port,of ;Jacksonville,
1 'one statiettcr
,very bard to visit the sins 'Of, fathers. When It'' became. .known (a.' everything genuine emotion as, bending over her, fatally ,Injuring 'man gratifying'>howng. -
FlagKr. May pulld Across the wounding'another.. Mr.'' )['cLeod, pro- which 'makes a very
,< upon their children I think. :. become! .known 'within twenty. low-and this time taking her hand .taU.tlea'Tt ia
\ 'Well, you'need be under no fear of four hours In a village) that, Glfltonl '\rtthoutl subterfuge; or 'concealment, 'State of' Florid prietor of.',the mill, was badly'' shakenup ,* for from these of '00.331ton'OTer"the *'
If! parental In whisper About the and received. i;several 'very painful, Been that there was. gain
transgression too harsh
.. being Mohun had been'.een In Patton wood hl.hofogan\ It fi'stated Yon good Authority that ''The'''
remembered In the case of the Miss with Mis-Grand on the evening of his Importance of what they thought of 't. Instructed if not dangerous, bruises; .(The boiler preceding' year.! .
Tennant.," Raid Gifford,' laughing, ."I blrthday- -lnstead of' presiding, as he!! each other,' not of .what the world': Henry M.< :Flagler has'' his and connecting": machinery I*, a total totals 'given'sre, all ,in tans'and''luelude ,

..q Klven.little'..eccentric, opinion .of 'my should have dons, at,the public pariah thought; and bow he would not give a, I 'chief' engineer 'to''' ascertain" point'In wreck, some large pieces of iron being ,both tbe.frelghta ,, \iedand\

1 -I t .own"-when'I .*,-<*.-.tuat 1 would rather rejoicings-and'-that he bad called at ball or anT other festivity unless' Jane I Florida., from which to construct thrown nearly a quarter'of a"'.mile. :'. freights shipped, aa far.: a* the In-:,

','., ,marry the/ daughter' any honest Jane's ..bouse'early the, next:jEnomtuz promised to be there; and- I t, his .road from the east'
'; .fariatr. ; In'tbe, county; but' there are and had accompanied; Jane'andMinx, .' JldU< hope, Miss' Grand, that that pa. it' Is Veil known that there baa ''Within, the next .few 'dayi;'OyerD' ortatlon, companies. '
plenty;of>men la the world-Mr.mobrt will not be the last Urn* wHJ come Augustine -
R I ; Lynch In >their' walk, upon the same yon been; n :activity, In railroad circle neat officials will be In fit. "
Nash at their bead-who bold a dl(> nfternoon" -when' these' things' became to ;Tatton! ? j for time" regarding the to Inspect the custom house and post ''TB-S. thirteenth annual meeting -of

; .rectly oppoilt*opinion.A* many thouiinda'Of 'known,many and bitter-- wee, tbo (To be continued.) some or a road put the .possibility .tat"trom office and decide, uP Q"the. plan forenlarct.ns the Florida Epworth!: IMpe ,conference -

!; pon&da as,as.Mr.Tennant.po: thlaga''.said, about. Miss Grand by,.,Jill 'across and' Improving :the 'postofflce at Ocala, the psetweek.'wasthe ,,
",,-, ;a esea'ea /cover! ;a multitude of sins.', th* nutron-tongues within five miles of "TfT\f. Wuf tk* ..ri.1t _..-,.. the east 'coast to Tampa, and Itis' recently Urged by Postmaster _largest that has ,been, hldj .Kln'' .
thought drat Mr. Flagler ,la:Interesting a. ,
---I thlnktcbartty forbid ns to Impute Cbesterf ord." puny,and pitying the re, would be worth'while, ft we w ab'the '' many''years.. 1 IPreparations
,.vll to ant one hfr"dfobun.t .; "' knarksy .*ao that poor'Illy 144'. .{ooh I poorer classes to' adopt sonic sensible - himself ht the' movement H. J'I Rltctl' -

,. < But t den't think Ihal'l17.eompel. us ,lshness.,-and th*.danger' In ,whlcb.Ahe nourishing; food?! for philanthropic rapidly'made
WATTER5ON of the P are being.
to', becom> .Mr.;,''Tennant' son-lnrlaw JOHNSON 1 The l steamer Martinique
' becoming seriously entangled ladles Bontlemen .to make It the .. '
v;, ;, Ml I
;'" ..l* of shoulders.. Ilk* Mr.;Rob- person ra* 'hi...Imme4Jstfo> neighbor. Lady GfeTllle In theioadon.'Gtspble. Will B* Central' Figure' In/ ,Morne-.:: last: ,several years has been plying of Miami a* a. city,; 'The,committee* ,

': ub'",could end. better: ,.- ,* df Cattldny; ,) n* interfere Could.' Let them breakfast on porridge,and', Coming' Welcome'to Bryan.' ' between Miami and K.Y.we 'and appointed on flnanc are hard at work ,

:. tlDIt:hi*v bread than, by..buylnzfltwl6i one open,bis eye for him?. ,'TVonUl,It milk dine 011< trip*,,.and end up the .Mayor Tom 'X* Johnson of avglasdKa .. '>aa..been .sold to' th* Joy and. ,. with inot"flatte:-: .
-.1.',, lll-gsjiten! moneJ.n' ?1M7-...-r'l'.s.4 .. DO(,*>t least; be,one's'dory to let him ev.enimrAwlth) stewed onions,:<>abbagef/; i\\ accepted: 'an Invitation':to:preaid Havana., are meeting' : "
dnt h. realty should,bsppafitocare ( 'k. : Grand! bad been steamship line, 'roantnaf between'NewYork (nc' BuocessTbivarious"othe;.'t o n>
,, .nowltbstMlss"4 muhcdpotafoe/'and'sansages-aod[ a , 'at the 'reception, to William' I, Bry- .. ." imlttees
a little for Ag>le-aa;: ,well a*'for nhriog under -a cloud,ever fresh h,ddockV;'?tips, a la Dueb...*' tan,, in' Madison' Bqaar*>\ Oard n:"on'' : 'and /BostonThe Martinique! is apDotnted'ase" taking ni-their, ,

,.:. c law fortuier"MW Grand."Mi' lsd.r"Well. : 'Mto6Ra+ __ sp Mfrpb deln fhe *>8hM 1Y'(.trotter*"'a'.la "lJarqulseP'or,;' 1 Mr.;;"Bryan,'* 't'tvra-.te :this1 country; :a'.tatmch;.r anal-' R4..w1lL.1MI.:jpreatly.utilised work :with 'a'-:vim. .Miaaal''hubel o; ..;;
1/ 1C a man fell In tort* MeA parlsb! 1t 1. ,. ." ..t' '' !i:"Haddo k a,la General. !.TPprrlda a:'; Bemryvwatterson' \, .. I : 1.._'.r_I. by the traveling. l'UbUc.721.e, .sail bad :',UI e"teputsdonof t doIng .. -

- ; !the Mia Tennants, wltbont knowing] // Tbrr'wrf t;, ,i a*' !yater7-' aboot'-bi'r la John' Burns.* "Beans; a; ,,la.:' Bernard, dress on behalf of':wmdeliver the south,. and.- Mr, ':steamship'Miami1fl' ; take,.her.. pitch 5thlngs rlghtf and;it j t-biifrvacted that; , .

: TenAaef lib tp ry r Jandvfonnd, .4th What Was sh* everMLlato( : thlt'bar( S......*,night becoawthe/gaablon.bll/ ., Al aBder''Troop of .New Haven. :,will ou',.theiua' from. Miami to Key?Went thlslawalnrw1wni: :,,eclipseall.:; foe'mereffota .,
ard, would t beplaoeftln of the 5U4 ' - ; ";f. 1* trt '
aJ pouWrlrtorat What real dishes of the fatora. ;
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? .e mp 'of' lee. 'Caned' Pwe and Harry'' 5:hltcfvhlt I '!atAro

-, hllbl A- +tfed: II' 11" _'i ;/ WOMEN. WHO SUFFEK
Appe; rs In Loulsj J 'nav4nd.1sPATIENTINQUARANTINE '" :: ; lisp roiewbn
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rt.y In the I V%-k .In the Case. FROM
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-Otfic !21e ,I : Defendanieln f &ansas City L4.8tadjrd f
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The In front* speaker\ -n. -* *. ,. > ->,. W4t14."siJiicKiryMead .; :Sick.::

desk of the house rsmbld a small Whit, a firm of archltfcts!lr ras'ahotMosuUy.jUghtnr.aad. .. .Headache. II
**oUoa-.f a corns grocery-Thursday" .ealmo.t Instantly '.
tW '
with cereal, June, jellies tin of StAtEoFOR 1 SOW Wiled I by Harry Thaw 'a minont" .SIIMn... I

pea*. tomatoes corn bottle of'whit- .,, :. member of the -Plttsburg tiextravaganza ily'duolnlf '" USE' ;. % ;."'......".. & '
t.+ Jr.wwlft : "v
key and win. Imported -sauaag* and tbe"petfotmanbe-f musical' ,.
Presldsnt Irlons, of $tate_ Board of othelr edibles and drinkable scattered ;. Cudahy,c Armour 'and MonS fAre ; ""Jtamsefla C paanq,"; ,

t Health- Says Th r. Is no Fears 'orer .two table*, and to complete I aoh Asaeased ,116OCO' on the root of. the Madli .Bq\1'8 ror.

of an Epidemic--. Case the picture there were standard While 'eaJil"gtoa OaPdene"ln Nef" YorlL White, '
't scales with, weights a gradual i 4toed'uMMst'AaytiLoa& M::. M died' ltef.&n .junbuliino old ha ;
"of the ?
and funnel for ''the purpose of demonstrating .(ao ; ) .J i summoned and ..Thaw was arsjsjsted Inv 1 1'i
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ol N
Ono case of yellow fever was r- 'the contention oC'the ',majority .- 'mediately"; after, the
of th-oommttte' on Interstate j a '7othe United', district court Whit/ wa oool a Mr*. '
ported at the
1 Mississippi 'river qilar and 'foreign commerce, that a pure at Kansas City: Friday ,Judge"igmtth1McPltenoa : ThawSat the.Umrfot flay,

i antlne. station 87 mllos below New food bill >. necessary for the prot.> j of.-Red Oak. lewa pasiedsntence <'*ra*)Madison Square rook garden, .
+ Orleans, Sunday. This Is the first c&s*' Uon'of the:people./ } which has been :closed fee{ _v.ral'I I 'P6t'fY1an81 "
MY.A"4'etenclaDta '' For
{ on Relief
Th house of recently was crowded ifashion] t'r
tba! year by the state board'of healtlv. the'whoU foe the'consideration" convicted In this court at making able audience \ 'Ith I I ...... '. w'. : '\I/ will crasssegl1K.
the pure food bill, Mr. Mann? beg- concessions and accepting and '''WMl: a comedian was staging 'soomi&aong llt9liH .8I'R'' SU.'.a"A8 ,c-nn. '
''The A patient! Is 4. Cuban, sailor, who.' ping "discussion. J conspiring to accept rebate. on ship and the ..., .. .waa echoIng from eU pc onou. minsrsl-subeUnces,, and Is composed *dlyrofBEBBS. :"
arrlrotl at quarantine: -on". .June J\i\ tMr.jMann\ contrasted the 't.tW'88" ments. Judgments In the hatur of 'with the laughterjand'applauas} UI'K-GQ1IIQ 'Especially adapted for weak and weary a

t .en'' the steamer Holstein ;trom ,,iu.. ;rc. of the senate aDd hous. billy remarkIng ,,fineswar.' assessed as follows:.. a series of shots rang pat in the rear all constitutions derangement, strengthen of th* *human the weakened body. '' glands..7, and organs. ; It cheeks,
t, vane temperature being above that It wa* not the aim of the Swift Oo.. fl&OOO.Qudahy y of. the auditorium and It man ,Ja evering"dresa -
normal he was taken off the steamer house committee on Interstate and Packing Oompany--fl>,OoXV' 'wa. see* tA fatt across' a CURED HER SICK HEADACHE' -

h end! detained for observations. Saturday foreign commerce to recommend .leg-.,, The' Armour packing Company table;I at.,,,which\he. was sitting with .' 'Kra.TooIe:: Cameron. Centra Avenue, TsmsJ*, *
ulght during an offldat{ Mslt: ,,ofinspection Illation ..''.to what th* people should ,IH.OOO.' of friends; Th man*who'had '"'I' writes'ISJMIau &aflEgtve.m.0061

J of members of 'the. 'slat. at'of". drink 'but to eaU attention to Nelson Mtonis & Otx $111.000. fired the shots .fled. pistol In stand, towards >' :waxen relief and who take aD.r i Dle..ure Irvin sick la recommending-........." it to all ;,

5 bead of health, and the Louisiana' "hat.they are eating or drinking. l; Chicago, (Burlington., ....d,.. Qulncy, the nearest;>xlt. when he wa, : a
il8lauTe to the< quarantine ittlton* Modldafts .now on the market ad* "I''railway, ,1,000.. ; ..Iz.d'IUd'1 m.d b; polio WITHN,TWt KJCACH. OT;'AtXdetrfs

a. consultation c{ pbyslclans: doomed\ ,yerttsad in the strongest term to George I. L. Thomas'' of :New 'T r t Instantly'' th1' great; audience was '( .A ,BoUl. ArsM AUS": iH I..,

the: case asi+ yellow feverThai! Hoi- cure opium habit* maid Mr; Mann .was fined $6,000 and sentenced to four thrown Into a panic/ aJd a. wild stampede '

A, atein Is still detained .ct juarantlaa! .bow'011'investigation enough opium. I''(months In ,the penitentiary. f occurred ..Curing f which chair. Ballard .Snow Liniment .
having: been dinlnfecied! after' tJie" to' develop the opium, habit I.' Ik. B.:.Tfcggartj! of",0'ewYork' wall and,'tables .overturned'and men .' '

"i sailor: ,'was' taken oft and orderedto Most{of, the good 'are not edultet- fined< $4,00osn4. sentenced tQ' |hre. and.women fought wlth, desperation to. ". .. I LotIIa.U, . s.; A. .
lie 'at anc&oY for sIxMtys before pr" ate<<. according to Mr. 'Mann, and months In the penitentiary ., i escape: from the roof j J'\ "

eoe :nr' to ..New '.OrloanslfJo: F'otltor! > since the purer food acttatiOlli\;\, which The fine of $15,000 assessed .The man who wasjhot was quickly'' ,

care s. of elevated: tomroratufo': have began a ''number of years* ago. there ;against the Burlington covered all Identified ;as Mr. White, bu.t\\; his assailant ' SOLO .AND. RKCOMfltCrlBA., sSt. T..'
{ ''yet arpearod on .the Holstein: has been a decided'reduction In adulterations. four" county the agrjretate. amount't.C .cot''positively. '' known .tobaThaw '

n/. C. H. Irt-cn president 'of thi.ntfty .*"Yet 'he said :'every the. fines 'ln"'the".even. ::cases totaling* until after, he pad been taB. For Sale ,at ROBERSON'S. ... DRLJQKiSSIMMEE STORE,
t board of henUh. said to I the ..n- where the honest manufacturer/ : or \;$8SOOOi-( - to'tbeJfttaUoa'liouse. !; '/L* j '

(I>etng! party llat'he doei not M-' de ler' goqs,.he 1* met my. sharp and I Appeals''were filed In each case and The first Intimation of trouble camewhen '.'

have'that yellow fever Is-endomlo: ttXaty keen competition, from .adulteration 'a'[ stay of execution was granted ontil -" walking In fron$ of hi I seated. "
Orleans or In Loulal:1nLlIe: or short weight." I'f June 29 until they could be" erfected. Victim: : the man exclaimed: t"i i
held: that development so far ib'.s'! He'read 'a letter from the German- The bonds 1n', th*.-ca" 'ot "Ypu'vedeserved,th... YouVe'ruln-1'

q' year, In .which no' casos of fellow American Extract: : Work. In which !Thomas and Taggarf 'were' fixed: t'U.OOO ed rur' home. and drawing) are au- '

TOvcr have been found by the boardIn : they told how to ;make aiL kinds of each. These two men appeared tomatto pistol fired three &hotTh.. RIVER EOUTE.

the state except the oho brought liquors. They were especially -interested 31a court personally and upon being first two.took effct: ,'bnt as-the'ftlr.I .
on the Holstein from litdlIcato he .alel;'In their Old Tom Gin 'sentenced: ,"'''promptly/'furnished the reaulred was discharged: thepistol was struck '

eet0a-that the-d188aae"..d ea.J1ot..,4i1p .extract.which.r give the ..exacttat S .:>ond... Thebonds4nJlheJ.itfc; up-bra'Jlrem_''OD -dnty-ln-'the-the--. 8T1U.HEK' 'L'II.I.Dt> :STEAMKB: "HOSE. DA. ';: J}

1 locally: of the original article.: Then to' atlit of the'' packing: 'companies.jand :;theBurlington ater and \the bullet, ., went skyward.A Captain.Clay,JohnsosSr. :'Captain' Clay Johnson, Jr. \

He said that 'so long a* prosittt' further Interest the house, he 'aalll.' \ wore" ftK dat', flS.OOO woman who sprang to, t-er': feet: \ Regular weekly trips' to Basslngef s-d return., ttoseada'leave. 1Cl....-'

quarantine: regulations are maintain- that this firm claim: to make 'any :, each. and rushed up to Thaw who: was .nee Tuesday morning .and arrives--yilsslmm )Friday ...nlac.' .* .
e'." In Louisiana ho'believes there wi'J kind .of; liquor' out of lethal alcohol "lhe' .entellM was passed In the TS*> struggling with the fireman; threw Special Charter Trips to lk Ok.eoM>be* and Fort,Myers on th* LUlfca? ,
tower be anolho-. epidemic:of, yellow with no liquor In It rjous cases-- after which, motions for' her arms about his'neck: .,,exclaiming t' Comfortable accommodation for passengers.' Bate reasonable, -- '*

It lover In New Orleans...At present Ave Black pepper, he c said. U a fruitful new trials were made by John. "I'll stand by 70U."- She was Identified Th. most picturesque Waterway la Florida.. ; __
quarantine stations are' operated by source: of adulteration, the 'filler" be Cowan of Omaha and Frank Hag.'"- as Mrs. Thaw, who before 'hrmarriage lror'PWenger and Freight :Rates apply to, W el'
the state along the' Gulf 'Of* Mexico. 1ng''slSid' In five-ton' weight, .accord- man of Kansas City for the pack waa Evelyn Neabftt. ,CLAY JOHNSON 8IL, Proprietor. .

3aL. Ing,toa letter which: Mr. Man, read.Pepper. ers. and' by Judge: :ihe existence: of. yellow fever' : at berries, he ..Id. were mad Joseph upon- behalf of the Bur' West Thirteenth street police station
Ito Janeiro end also of two'eases of out' of, .tapioca: colored with lamp. lington' railroad 'and 'Thomas' and where be described himself kas Jim a'' .,.-.

., bubonic plague' at that port= ,'.were: re black. Taggart.' All these motions'were. overruled . Smith, a student of, No '180 Lafayette ,

ported to :,the,stnto board b)'. officers .."The coffee that 'we"drlnk,. Mocha: rand place/ Washington D. C.. but the l!
of the steamer: SallusV arriving Sun-\ Java."..said Mann, ls generally 'The indictments on' which: the'vetoua police on searching him.found cards, ''

t day. The Sallust was disinfected 'at .'adulterated''with 'Br zll coffee, and defendants were' "tried' were' returned and letters addressed to Harry Thaw New FactsAbptit ::Pompeii.>> ,
quarantine both ion fever and .fc* ground coffee with. sawdust and even In Kansas CUT by the' grand of Plttsburg and later his Identity

tonic plague although none of'',the bread crusts." Jury xm 'Jecember'11. : 1806. i was' fully'established. By Prot.2oclolfoI anclanl' 'D. .L.' IY' D., Ptt.o. ':

.toamer's' crew: had been, allowed Taking his position behind' the ''ta George 1* Thomas: of New York I' Kvelyn': Nesbltfs marriage, ',with HE question,('whetber'l'ompeU'was.aseaport.tatbe'strict'saa; ; :: .:

..aehore at J1loanetro.PRESIDENT 'bles, Mr.: Mann began a rapid explanation ' city a freight broker, and his chief Thaw for .e time estranged the 'latter the word,:or whether. if,;was separated from: the;; sea *y &to;
of ', article there. clerk.*, B. Taggart. whose case'waa ;'from his family. T.of '
every .
: of land,' was aolved'd* ,,facto In 1879' by* network .
GOES TO ,ISTHMUS. Taking up a bottle of bright colored) the 1lr.f to be tried were convicted: : yrhaw handed the policeman: who trenches the &te&4J.trtcL .
opened by Baggero! ,across ,4tap
of .ecurln."rebate.: from railways,wx him to
asked ,
cherries marked "Marlschlno cherries : arrested him .,10. and '
was ascertained this th.t'the story of a three'ship'Ia
SomeTime ". explained shipments from Ot LOuIa. to Kansas was. en occasion .f
of Carnegie
Plans a Trip Inspection ?that the eherrle notify Andrew. thetwbe' fact of the flag-ship of Plinyalld to have bean
In the Fall. had been picked that .City dry; goods -firms. I .I",1' i1
green; they were In trouble. f nr th-farm-house of Maicna. In 111I1 W'&I' absolutely g
President -Roosevelt ,.wlIl'TlsIt! the then bleached: and colored with analin1 \- In this trial several'merchants testified . less:. The mast. ea and dert *d bJ''tte' naval arosUtetOliissp* N<
Isthmus of Fanaroa-' make a-personal :dye," and this 'bright colored tit to having received'various snrosof" I ICE: 'M'N'. G.T"COL;DEAL'' ;'wr. .haiy.tracks ef *y".i''.ss iI.*s. Mammon trvisk otLu/rrsss'M hav ,

,Investigation of the? work of of .cloth, he add",.":'tbIa -cloth .Was money from mysterious souro**, :- '\, found me**., They ..***..>, .. am ft*.*****. .. lA1.1a. .
!, constructlon/of'Iths-'Panama/: L' dyed'with the same dye. .; Several thousand d )MaiiVwr* thu Flve'Member. ef Trust In ToledO, .O, 'oJdflTn&; 'iSs. ... .W .. It Mss.r' .. td...."_ 41 err 4f
: era '.....-bl.a.w. d t. m0lttlt or
This 'announcement was made at "What are these cherrle fort asked received, and s.reral'wltneesus adnUV *'Havlly Fined. : s
afternoon likelihood- its having come at' Toledo ,Barno. trunks are .beat.'ja tin Until of the eruption of
ted the
late Saturday a member. please court -
the white house In thecommon
With the help ICf these fo.aU.remain. the line of the ancient **a* oat
by Secretary Loob, after.a conference 1 .understand they are used; oa. from Thomas. Th penalty provided O.. ,Monday, Judge KlDlta4e'1m- been traced ,,from Torre 'Annunelata't>Cstellammar rosslng ,tise nvc ,
with the president', 'at a''time In, a''' well known ''drink," 1* a Sue of not less than $1,000 and 'posed the maximum sentence of MOO Same three thousand feet above Its present mouth;' Th* ,plcture*" n* root -
'Th* president will! 'leave' Washington replied "Mr. Mann amid' laughter: net more than S10.AOO. or, Imprfson-: -floe ao4.OI1. .'esr;: prtaoDmt.,1ath..lworlt ,ofR vlgilano-the petra Herenlla'of the.Roma.u.: whiCh; betOre the. eruption '
q i for. Panama the latter part of Bom**of'th*'member. recognised meat for not more than two"years.or Ou..011.\.4.\ Roe JDlDnfaoo' were separated from the mainland by a channel: ',1660 metres wide, coaje now:
.next October; ,:'or,' In the early dart- eo.kWi'which' 'goes with the .cherry. both;' 1 1QEOROIA ,0 turers found guilty of conspiracy, ,1*. within 420 metre of the shore. ft' ,;i-! : l&* .

of .November: He .will. b* absent 'Holding a'''up ,, a- bottle .with. /a. light' restraint of trad. Among those who' showed an who remained faithful to In 'of circumstances, wear* ,
duty: spite the appalling
about three week- colored liquid in it.MY..Mand said. it FEDERA1ION'OP' LABOR The men were Indicted: ),for combining the Tw soldiers garrisoning the city. Blxty-threeskeletonshav. ; .> been db> "

Beyond the 'bare.deGalon'to' make was honey"yet'It, never saw a hire, "to restrain trade tar. violation. covered In the barracks '. . :t., . _
j r the trip the pre.ldent'ha reacheS mUeh' less:"a comb.' It la fresh from Elects New Otnoere and Passes .Seni. 'of the Valentine .laW''. These facts, >which have> quoted? from(,memory' ,;'prove that the c number ,':
<'/ practically. no conclusion as to details.. ,tae glvoo ;factory." Freesln.. he ,Important .H.1Butlor>.., ;l under the pretext/ that the Jo* supply .f ,the victims.of the eruption withinn and near ,,the Ill-fated city Is, greater
d said was a1' powder ''sold''to preserve 'The Georgia; State ..Federation "ofLabor. 'was much smaller' that .!a recent than was generally supposed-vlx.. from six to .'\"en'hundred for the portion "

t, .TIME ''N PANAMA meat Ilk* cold. storage, H* admitted In session at Augusta,. passed ''years these dealo,.',combined excavated up to 188*. ThUv portion represents four-tenths of the whole surface . .
Y Y1 that It might keep, meat from spoilIng resolutions Friday demanding that tile and advanced the prlc:*'fro_ .'SO to 100 I ,. ,if ,the ratio be the same for the districts'yet unexplored: the total number '
' Will Be Gorgeous Celebration of the but that It was most Injurious union exacted on all baseball cent. Th sentence Is.the maztr. of the victims may be put At a minimum, of thirteen,hundred."-Admitting
tb.amber.ofwa or eleven thousand a* the most probable for'the population.
Fourth on the Isthmus.A to health being composed of sulphate tickets: and declared: unfair t* under the law. If thy would '
mum this
ealll that of nln* Pompeians one perished, while eight succeeded "
Washington dispatch' : saysS: Employees of. soda and red easel tar' ', dye: A organised labor the American. Bell escape: any'part,>f It.: theyimut; payback In saving their lives.: Thelatest"discovery: deserving-consideration ,
: of.the ,,Isthmian 'canal commission : fine grade 'of olive oil used by the :Telephon.'oompan),. : to,;cu.t01Bera.all overcharges of 'a trunk of laurel-:-laums nobllls-th. plaster cast'of which .Is an admirable J
.on tHe canal cone will have Union League. Club 'of Philadelphia D. .p. O'Connell. wo ;elected '''president and must agree to .SOIL Ice: at the pric reproduction.: In the mass of ashes la which the trunk lay buried prints orr

a' regular, old-fa.htoned Fourth of turned out to be cotton seed all. withan and a! h.rP.:;, chosen 'as prior to' forming'th* .".combination; marks of leares and berries.,-bacca lanrt-have been Identified beyond T
adulterant the. next place, of,4 meeting.:' Amongth doubt. The discovery, studied and analysed by the professor of,'bot&Q) .Ia
8P..11xcurlona Taking up',the subject of, canned 'other omcers.: ;;:are'J. R. Bridwoll FLAMES' DESTROYIdlNINO* :'TOWNS: the University- Naples, and other eminent''specialists, ,is very >Important,.
i- because If brings forth- new argument .. decisive as It was unexpected, on
"accommodation ''of dealr-. tomatoes ;Mr.'Mann held Atlanta second: vies president.., and
the : persons vp throe .the
I controversy concerning the exact date of the eruption and .of the l appearance >
ing to attend :the exercises. Money cans, each-being of'''.different' weight, W. C. 'PUck,". Atlanta secretary .and Forest fires'. In.Tsxss CoLin tie. Doing- of Pompelt-Harper's Weekly), : "* ,. ".: '
has been raised by popalar.ubtcrlpLion and*yet all. IIPaa-ht for three pound.. treasurer. Great Damage. .

among the canal employ ee*,, *n4 : "The 'department' stores of 'New The resolution;to 'make, William A X special from, lEt Paso Texas. .*.....* ..**. :..*... ::k" :
i "sent to Washington for fireworks fork Philadelphia, .Chicago' and Hearst '&' life member of heorgsal.atlon ; lays-' ForestJOres arelburning in,the . ,

Governor M goon and other prominent ! Washington and the mall/order houses wa voted down. lumber tract: near Magadalena' Seno. The' Girl 'Behind Me 'CouJ ter '

men in the isthmus will make sell .the short 'weight cans," said'Mr. n. body passed the anal-ti 1. ra and the town Is threatened. It .Is 4
f and',, lend their asslsUBo ." which 'was olution, .the beer" bottle labels resolution .have 5** '
addresses Mann received: withapplause. I reported several' mining town 'By Ma'ry'.Rantcln.Cransstoni,Ad' .* .
; .
memorableoae.- ., and vj* reeolntlon In favor of Is thick 4
the day.
s' .In maklnc. a. ., labor1 bill.OIL been destroyed. The region ROMOTIONSisrery slowlna department stare. A girl may rater c
child P
the '
with American.miners. a.tor* at $6 a week and after five or six, or;seven years, receive

,1 f. / BLOODY.f";' BALL_, ROOM' DUEL.\ -ONE. :,, Ut4ir. >4;LABEL' FORUnlvensl'Emblem ,ALU COMBINE. ISLI a. .r TED PLAc..LO..TO QEOROIAV .,l' ., ..- i l'aD' advance of $1 i wee'if' she puts up a prslty.tltfIIght" ,- -4,18
.. -
i valuable -'
aa1et1woman..f .
'- \
1 M.
.l-hr..Hundrocl. .1
Host* -
See 'Twoyounll' for Labor. ?
"" For Prosecution by Government.Under llr\lan'\ FIJI VaaaneyCauaed .Her' work -ia not the, dull pin'i! t It might,b* supposed.The
;.Men!'' Kill ;; Each. pther.In .' ", ? ': 'I'; SuBBSsted. f Elkin. LaW; : North ear. to hours are long. It Is true. but the continual prooeisloi of humanIty -
-. "uae. pre.end of. three'Wnflpersons 'J- iTh'e. executive eci.ncH of' h*'Ame.. The formal announcement of the by Death of Lester '" : which files berore.berlendp interest and a certalnklnd of ex I'eitetnent

at a!masquerade''at TaW: ; ican'federation' oft tabor;;'adjourned of Ihe'sjove'romenf to tfro> ... 'Georgia' Vin .not be:representad..any to'every Aour.'Human nature la wonderfully facile.In Its JlskMrs<<1 > '
and the shop girl who has two Idea In her head and keeps her wits about her. .
ladega. -Ala., Thursday night,. I1>Ud.leT' 'Oil wan on
at,, W..hlll'gtOD'after'. ?considering' all cute the StandUd company longer .on the, committee. rjvers very soon learns the difference between the real ladyand, the spurious article. ;
;;Brown. and Henry ,.Knight t'foUahr'D' \ mad public In W..hJagton.Frt4a7. and harbors. Tb Georgia i delegation She learns to know' at a glance whether her customer Is likely to order a bop <'
pistol .d.eI,1,1a., i.which' ;,"bothl] man :.questions left df'a'uulvetaal o"er":' label,i\ r by Attorney 'deo ra1 Moody. It. nip Representative Williams, 'of hair pins or a spool thread scat home. miles away, bytbdeUrerr>>: w&eDlL'
rere'killed/. f.a. ''TWsabJect: < | that ,flbO ronuested It b high-priced CooN ordered to'be'eent C. Ov-J). 'whlon
,' Internatlcnal union wet pears from hi* statement>, 'the emocraUCI 'deader >ti>< ask g the or may : to a locality;;
' A,young woman was slightly Injured , the various proceedings: In the first the does not oontatn'a. .e'ldenC8atroot. 'These a girl culetly replaced on a ablfonday. \
by a stray shot In the anklet Kach' "//taken up. had tender the Elklns insstanoah'ch: : speaker Ito 'nam.a ;Gorg4an' for aDd to my laqnliinglook replied.. ,"Sh* never expected: to pay for :
man received four.shots, in the brsas,.;; I'' -President Oompers has authority to .be In Interstate"Oom- Vacancy/caused in thta 'ccnDm1tte1i by, too* things out sh. felt ashamed to !la.,. taken up so much: of ny time wltft- '
Both t were' well known and p -men; general,
TaU. to report the result to the executive: merce.: The attorney ..Wllllamsjj'eplled,that he would ,,;*tn np.Tb. : or dJ'o.pa7.; : "the' /! '' ..
ular In g.. arid thvs far'Aq should tlrsj'In- __" _.
\ : that" ", ,
l ; gives'notice' out their'wishes, '
explanation has been 'given ,for the council for action at the next general be'' pleased to Cw ,- .- .. . :y
? ' abUgsUoasttIfy'itrflr, 1'1lt bring .to a 1.
1 lia.Vai.sijrsaAy: pledged . .
cause pf\t he;tragedy,,, *r.:: teonenU fD- .J. .further action"under the' Shermari North but that Carolina member xi. \..alL, / ..7.1Ii1IJ....... '.:.f' .. ..-;- ..
r rs '" anti-trust law. .. .' .'" A" - :
.... .t fEHERIEBa ., v' 1 '" ,. ''''"" ,,' ;, ; .:,,
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dhOCUF,.eG0E8''JO: N40 ..- 4/T3JEPLAIII;: ...1 ..ray: 1BI9 BOY WiNSNatnanlel. PRIZfjr ...4.i'\ ..' '10'1. ,.0 _
':I:;" . ..::.......;;. SOUTHERN, TO '!!AK, CPjXN L ALABAMA I. _U J''Pfi"i :- ; .: "s !:-

1."F4'aYJ0f1 i o..rAm'.rca! : "0Ppeatn: rtlholahn-.f-Bywrlat- ta..tM1n ff .f?. bi". , )? Ini: l j )
.. $hake. D" ..
ew1 pin MportatlM
iCl ie id : 'r f
t.J&fy .rarity. lfor; hat I p 'f -"!'\ mt:.ti' .4 ,' .. .. ... .. .. ... I. . ..
Clarence: .J G. Slocum. "N4I.l"totif."I ;; : 1jlcnr1ng I -..JaartmentnAaldrstatd' !OSsi,,.I.nn'1l' ; a!'.t.t"C.S"I" ;Ztf J "JI--- > .1" .+..";'.'J:;
;. rro of the at4f'Jen.rar:Stocllm, 1111' On y 'i It thaH.ttAs p, (#4"X_ D4 !' ct.. >the, I IOr(, at ej;" 00(i 1111jH'6g9I9$" sffit111 at

tla.-Jl 1 rne ? 1h = !will b* mad in'tie D X(,'Week or.twcI '" ,announced.U ;f 11o":' ,'correa' t8'ailtL'helps'to..':.gI': .YG8t.. 'I" .,
"J''Ickn' replOscfiftdat' Ott t1l i 0611 ge Btatetha'at'ee e'' a :the transporfaH6uVd pe.rt *ttt*< fthsr tii 'IfAanlsta4'Ala ', ... .IIk.
; Ilia ; tt N.P. .., ;, buM n6dd" " "."<'. .. ",w . ,. .
: '" 'I.: .
1D'"n' ; .. f
Or Hebrews \ ,, >
country ,aaTu>.' been designated tof of* SuutheinTratlwBy/The! 'system'wlllbe ::; bon'" Q:1C""D\MtI'X: t.a .'WaJ.'f '; :":"', "(' .. 'rt 1 .
fl I J the-A5ljr. MW A. >*Ann? fthlr: rao -and rellgW3 ,dlTM4 ..toto ; I' ; wea ': .
the presldjxklto | ,,; : 4 .WEtMAT "AT1' '
f.u.iW ritf t.BoSiV :: '*'tltat*.. bereajred tkm:* stead'v'of vtwo i**t"1?." present;*sad'fsw ,., .It. W"l '$o .d: .. . ?PllHI".. ,,"j..ULInas.. .. ., .
fe.: *.5> td,post of ttbev ( 'f!mOrA1, ; } .,. -....,,,.:;: . H. ; ]"' .". ., .... c.,..... .
th hearty'aympa/ify ; 'In. -- "
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K }r, Free e\ate., ,,Ills' ''oredsttU: by-bar" * .' ', assistant< general\,superlatendent\wlH # honor;ytalhaaiei P. 8ts+t.y "I." : '..' &l. '\ 4v'will\ .beU'-wtei, : : bP fKtaCKMP:'; U:;}. peoplq. of, this country'; ; d\,' ." "'liP'.. ;bin;, cbarge'ofaeachr:: .,...., JJ\ 5* ., K7 D.i- . I
-sad .;.;v "."r ... ..Uv'sV' : ,, *: ',ter., taw; ,"fi.4 ... '" tJ!I c! '.I.'.:f1'.''. '. ';I'";:''. .!. ..d..fJt .""t"'r"" ,.\'\,,, .,...)I.'It..'.,'.''.;or, -AaA', .::b"rv"t'l' \\lI.xs ; ......:r' !!: 'r

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',-.- ,VIA'SOUTHERN' 1
rt *LI8HHD nUT rWDAt,'

cr' :ICEY}: MA V. X :VzEr,'t:: 'BUILOI .G; RY.

.,$..6.25" S.
l ZI981 OIlJII.uucEotA COUNTY, FLA.Vf.M. .
J ." KDoxville.Ttna.., and return. Ticket t 1
I' rk on sale June 23, 24, :30, July 7, 14,

-. HABtRIS-- .Editor- \,*. id"Prop' IH M I" lted fifteen days.,;. .ExtensionSept,30 .
............will pIss. notify u..... U the .
.. .... $16.56 '
fall..--'&1M_. -v. ; t
1 i Montisgle. .Tenn.j ''and'return.. ;
AD obnunnnto_ and ttON..._.ouvt tran .or UM author wrltw.wUl Ticket on pale June 20. So, July 3, !S, .
bed OTrr >Uk
Mll.dtar. sot Mew toby... ...... 31 limited,.1908.Au.tlt 19O. Extension, Oct. r .. .. .. . ..

r ..l..a - '.. . : ,
IraW.d at tbe Flat s. $32.1Q'
_.i. u ..o.nd-.3aI..U_, "
.8UB8f Milwaukee, W JI'f and return Tick Refrigerators ;: \ : .
a. IUPTION RAT8mt eu on sale Aug.; 10, 11, 12. limited Y ;
r On._ .. .. ...,., :
.. rr..r. .yerr tlOO Aug St 1UOA \
.'''On. cpr..lz aat ... n'. .4'1',.. .4., to : :
r 0u.n.. _t.ha. ... .......J......r st 16.25. .. .. .. :
e Natbvllle Tenn. and return. : '. .' ,.- '. .' .
;. .. ,.. \\1' '
Friday, Juno; ib{ 1906r..i : Tickets: on sale July 6. 6. 7, I united 10 Freezers ' ' : . S J",,

days. Extension! Sept. 30,,1900./ .\ : : : : ..) \
$44.05.Detroit \ : ;
A twitch engine attached to;a train ' .. ;
'T\cke. ;
and return. \ :
r of freight can backed Into,, an open: '* : : \ :
4 on ale dally, ; limited Oct. 31./ 1976. Coolers iijf\ a
draw bridge at Tampa Monday aDd I : : \ \;
4 fell Into the Hllltboi-o River kllilpff' a 54.10 . >: .

negro switchman who watootbeeoiiine. Saratoga., Springs. N Y.*, and re "r. '.,!\ ., .. ;.
The engineer and fireman caved them turn. Ticket sold dally;;limited.Oct.) '"/ STANFORDCARSON ,. .Jf. ,
V {;
't selves by 'jumping.. 31, 1906., '."". ,' ,, .1;

The appointment of Sen.wr:1. P. Lake George'$56.95 N. Y., and<;, return. Canopies > :' ; ; "' ,

1 i Taliaferro to the plate mad vacant Tickets'sold dally\ ) limited Oct.', .31, .i.
1 ; 'on the !finance committee of the Senate .
l oo.$ 5t.
' by the death of Senator A.P. Gorman. j.V. . ,, .< ,.
1. a recognition ,which can but be $22.90 t..j .' > .
K pleating: 'to the whple tate. The Washington, D.O., and return; Hammocks . .."I :
," 'finance committee of the Senate It con- Sold July 2T, 30, 31:; limited. .Aug. 8. .
Deded to be one of the most importantof Extension Se .r.. 8. ,I GRAVES ,
that anjuit body. e

The Madison I Recorder'U authority, and St.return.. Paul or Sold$4545.60.Minneapolis Aug. 10,/11,12,. Minn.; limited ,. Baseball Goods 51

lrr for the .ta""meoLlbat. Guy I.'a Au&31; extension! Sepr.IO.: 1006$48,95' :
Wet. Palm Beach ,
b contest with Tbom..1.APplelard In the v HARDWARE COMPANY.
r race fur kecretary of the /State: Senateattheoext.essioooftbelegl.lature. Niagara Fal) | F.. Y., and return..

& C. Ticket old t daily\ ; limited Oct. 31\ .
v. A. Flnley) it an- t.bercaDdid..tement.loo- IttOtt.$ \ "
ed,but when the llmeconaeUwlll be teen V Baby"arri'ages
if' Appleyard ha lost none of bin popularity $53.30Toronto ;
_ y among the State lawmakers Canada and return. Tlckr .
r and A* will again, hold the. potltl.o eU, .sold dally, limited Oct, 31, 1\06, : .

that be bat .o creditably filled for $44.76 .. .
many le..rl.-Wet Palm Beach, -Sun.rtf ; '. 0 \. :' .4'. .
Atlantic City N. J., arid return. .
Ticket cold daily; limited Oct. SI, BIG LINE : ..
The ad.ert.I.JDjl'merchaD', 1* the one .. '; .1. .
1900. .
.4 .J :, ,. ( ; ,
that doe the business \tn these day "
$62,76Newport'It _ , .. '' ..iVliI , ,: ', .
,of push\ aod enterprise.. There_aro : \ "" 4''r0: : ;;>'M,. "
/ : .
.::f/. more newspaperreader.tnday than ; :':; and return. Tickets .'1. .. '': .. .
ever before: In the history ot the world. told.dolly limited Oct. '31, 1900 : : _
.N ''Tbe newspaper place your butloes. $57Ob Harness and Saddles i'rc'
k4, (, i under the eye of the buyer. He *ee. Washington D.O., and return. "
d l
'!'wnat he wants and, knowing where to
Tickets on ale dally limited Oct. 31
; .
..'\ find'It,! wl..e awake tner- 19Ot$.
t chant who asked him to come and see {'.'
\ ," him.'. Success In these day of sharp $42.65 '
I''O: 'Oaompen.lon. call*for eternal viglisnoe. Denver, Col. and return Ticket

'Von' cant keep!! a hustler. .down.. old July 6, to 14; .limited Aug.. 23,
"' l006: .
ItWtvr""' "' '1'l''" ., jC,
We ben to acknowledge receipt of a j, $46.05 1'

r 'book entitled went,- 'our Year tot CbI a.llo'III.aod return. Ticket f C. A. CAR9OM frtmtdtft. ''N. C. ,
Florid" from the able pen, of 'Col. on ale dally; \Halted 1 Oct. 3U.IIKNS.. : BRYAN Secretary, <
.' t'' H. H.Peeple of Tampa. Tbe book! fur "* C. A. CA SOJII. 'JOHN M. LBB.' 'N. B. CARSON. I rr: :I3: :
the moat part I I. composed of scenes $33.60Ninneapollt ' I P..ld..t.,, .Vi C.. I.r. i .. '.' .
_ and Incident which have com under Mlon.. and return. f
r' t.t. personal observation of Col. Pee- Ticket on ale Auir. 10, 11, 12; limit State Bank' of Kissitt1 ee. ; !
:; 'plea during his residence In Florida; ed Aug.. 31. Extension Sept.* 30 19" i: W t r'Carsoq' Grocery Co., ry
t ,and wblcb aretdld In a rao. buo.oroull'aod : $ Kissimmee, Flo.

pleailntr manner. It I.also, pro- Washington.. D. C. - la
_ Illustrated and*return. -
/fnsely book 1* now on sale at throughout aU news stands, Sold June 29, July 2, 3; -limited- ,July PAID UP CAPITAL..w........;...f.; 800.000' CE

::and will prove hlithlj Interesting to 11. Extension Aug. 11. STOCKHOLDERS tIAftltlTY...H..... SO 000 00 I GR IE'Si '
(If . Passenger and ticket 'office 108
any one, more'epeclaflj th.'old .set.tier. ,DEPOSITORS SECURITY.o./ .. 100 000 OO
'.'; | of Florida.; Went Bay, St. Jacksonville Fla. ---- : fi

j. c. LUSK Prompt sad C.ref.1t tlo. (iveti to all matters e.. .
District (
It wu. ten'esrsago" today. that Bon. Passenger.Agent. I I.. truated to us. Exchanges good at all. polata at cheapest, i __.L ____ COUNTY. AGENTS POM h l
;Roht. W. Davis received his first rate. < '
nomination' for ,Cong-rt-s from the Rates YOUR BUSINESS SOLICITED. '. >! HAY Celebrated' Fertilizers CRATES i'''
second District. Col. Davis 1* ''noted Cheap Excursion Via A. C. L i ,

for two thlof*-b* was ,nomated for GRAIN E i
Oea. ... without being, a candidate TOT ENS GARate: of one fare . .. .. ,, ,. . ,. T.O.
:,taoi'itui1' and be retired from' plus 2ft cent; .tickets. oa ale. -June ; T :. i o-- .C.rc....eerd lOr Ie.. '" 4' -
Congress Wd J4th, 26th. 2tttb.. 3Otb\ 2d \ ( : : h .. .
9tbsod rrba.d.rasyiI.atllaatl.
; I ,. '
.._ : ,.f M* situ free wilt. Bafure many IBth with final limit 15 days from. . ,- ''' ,. : "' '. A. /
r.."...,., daetapiM* the people of Florida 'will date of sale. Extension of limit to n \'
.refuse to permit Cole nel TJavl to remain Sept: 30th be bad. :
A In private life Jonger< and will DENVER may, OUL.-Very low HIDES: : F u'RS
+ 'again and elevate honor.blm to Men some of.position the Bob oftreat rickeu,on with sale final July limit Bib. August to Uth 23d.Stopover 10'clu.he ". OS CEO L'A' ,\ ". ; ;, WQO" L ':, .1"",;

,Da.11 stamp are scares In public office. $ 4, '
;% Tampa Tribune. ' :: allowed, Colorado common o '.country: { Prolduoe; a. Spoclalty- ] !
r' point V..rlabl.l'Ou...* beyond PHARMACY. /' .: ,I;
' St. LouisaKNOXVILLE J 7 [i:
,'.".. The'people of Florida are to be bngratulated < TENN.-Rate' of 'one ''S 'THE; LEADING DRUG STORE: 8 1AM NWrWrWN" WKNMN'ATLANTIC ., A

I upon the recent Instruction fare plus 25 cents for the round'trip. .
of the general land office United Stalesgovernment Ticket on sale June 17 18 19,' '23d,
;, 4 for an extensive r.servation'in 2-1.30, and July 7, 14'and 15,' with 1 '. COAST LINE, .

.t' fo-.est. this.....State.. ::jbe to be let aside a* a final limit 15 days from date of .sale. .' 'PONT' fORGETIJS' "
the n. manner In which Extension of limit to Sept 30th may ." THE "THROUGH .qAlt LINE FROM FLORIDA. <
.d : poo magnificent foreau of Florida be had by depositing. ticket and pays I ..
have. been demolished bj certain In log fee.SAN. "i J : S i . .- .
dust lea for 'personal profits''' for the FRANCISCO and LOS 'AN Ii
**. few I I. TheSun lh t-
p 'years deplorable. ELES CAL.-Very low rate on account ? 'When need"of anything ,
doe not with to be 'understood a* of National Educational ,' To .Over Its Rails '
Asso own to
., '-s''' L in 'thia' Drug line Savannah Charleston,; r :i'
an7.10du.trl. the '' ;
opposing a* "
strong: elatIon. 'Tickets.on sale June 24th, to ,, Richmond and
flies .. Washington;
arm of labor, 'and Industry li .what July tttfa inclusive.Final limit thence Via Penn t i, '
r 'Ii' make tbe country. ; but with many 15th., Stopovers allowed 'and Sept low" '. .. : sylvanla Railway. 'k..
others It down object to mutilation. Side trips obtainable.: ALLWest'
"To (Via
,,5 of our tree under certain dimensions, rbine rrVVVVyVVVVV ." Montgomery) and Louisville & Nashville ,
MONTEAGLETBNJf. Bottle of Ne every Customer
-Rate of one 2; A the
;' ,'L'' These which tree has been mould and Is-be.yet. protected being done. far, plus 2&o for the round trip.. Tickets . and "Dixie Flyer'Route' Via Atlanta. .. '

:' law/ by on sale June 2 th, 30th July 3rd. IVVVVV To Via Savannah tk Oc>eaD Sream.blp it '
and the result! the EastVia {
section of our forests 10 the extenttbat pro 6th 28th, 2Mb. 31st. August IftUi, 17th to. New Steamer York to New Philadelphia| aDd t>o.toa, ,via 'Norfolk' .
limited August 31st. Extenslou: on York Washington aDd Baltimore
they would not be laid bare by the f via Savannah and .
payment difference' between fare paid _; -- ** .* Mercbaa. .nd. Miners
woodsman as Gainesville Sun., Jlh JiVJI rfh T th-1 1 T T HJ------ -Au7 Steamship. at.loD Co. for Tr.n.po.
and summer tourist rate .can be' bad Baltimore and Philadelphia

ll'd Tb.pes'soos t of tbe"'International' until. For October furt.ber'laroMDatloa.31 &.. r apply 'to r. ttt1t1y.SQ; h. Stables' .,i iy IJ i Key West and; Via Peninsular & Occidental Steamship/ l

d ;folic,holder. Committee.. which' will De"re..reot,'or J. G. 1 Kirkland. D. y Havana. Company. fl.'.
nominate tickets Of trustees throughwhich .
'" the policy holder. of the Mutual p A.. Tampa, Fla..;rte i. R...Ie..,the Iebra&ett ttaln!New Yort Florida ,
.and the New:York Life Insurance con --'./. -.. ..- LIVERY+ lJmtt.d,Chla.o r'Iorld. Llmlu4. aDd Dials FU.r. -ReOI", L Florlds'sad West fa.W. .. ,

panle will have opportunity on Deo. r I .
18 to take. .,charge the management ;FEED ,Quickest Schedules, Superior Service.

5t ''of tbe two Institutions. will commend RITEA.d..n'.6e.t.WI tII of Por IDtori aloD ..&0..1e8, 4
:? > .... &b. Porpl. Fold.r. M..nte..._D
''Itself to the publa generally and thoM 5 I. G.lCrIlKLAND. or N
I Psuee.r
L' ,,'__ 'directly Interested especially4 Among SALE' i' s w.1. CBAIO. Ps.wsdeTnelo A.n'" pampa. ".. .
":t. the eommltteemeo are GOT. Browaru ell < }
F of Florida GOT. 'Blanohard of Louisiana t .1-r': I STABLE .
Cardinal Gibbons,''Judge Gee; .- j' .
i" r Gray of Delaware. J. C. Hemp- W." B. .MAKINSON QMP. NfJI

& bill editor of tbe News and Courier of __ INGRAM, A GILBg RT-PROPRIETORS.; ... ,,, ; .
f, Charleston Bishop McCabe of the I : a.d.UamHaggard1 I. : : i iP '
u 4 'Met.bOdlltoburcb. Richard Oloey of abort BROADWAY OPPOSITE AGENTS-FOR'OR''
Massaobusett Altot. B.' Parker .and yr POSTOFFJCE, '
others; TIM eommltteeiflen are of the 'Florida
-.r 'e' highest standing and Ik U a-fact, be- .Specific Tablets =I ouo '102.. :Kissjmmee I '.. t. Mannfactonng ..Company ? ,
'J 'yond the peradventure of a doubt thai and SuppositoriesnWeU 'I. .11' .
\rJr?" ? the Interest* of the policy holders will ( All Hauling..' O:0AtNUVILLRpLA: "I
.be lock4 rafter with. finest oare by, rstsUs tart'tea I"it| td.a.f!- Kinds' ,...:.- ?. Floridaj': '

F .r ,.,'.them.follow a It strong liRelieved fight (between that there the)com\will yens BUAW o.LiliI,. Gmtip lee; **.K&Uey sad i iYnP. Y'- .. -- _._- tYr'YrU ---my*if : Maker: ? of High Ora tl ''Fertilizers' rA
'n4 TtMbbt. Vte&y'aaJ
7 \ ml' re soil certain Wall Street Intereats 1
: Kind
; that have heretofore dominated k'mdndd.mR. P11.a.1.. .- Dngg ts..U .. : ..
r .'o tithe Insurance companle" *.Savannah tVo...lOa{ fe........r Ar will ..MM Has;; Stood. t' The. Test 25, YearsGrove's Orange Tree '
.1'w .Morning, "News." ' "* i.,r ,,,...,.w.pre .....a .. pks' ,Mtfrmi' : a 'Specialty. :. ,
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.' + A Happy Mother. V'; -3CAd p. Always Renumber the full NameLaxative .

-"I..m.see her baby properly eared for
+'.. .....r-o' do this a good] purgative .isneoes ': '
"aary.i. ''Many babl.. ,,,'fer from worm ..: ToCttre. a'Cold l. One Day. Rromo' Quinine"l :
their mothers doot. know lv TakeLaxatlve'Broino Quinine Tab- I It. '
-sod -If
Tasteless Chill ,
'your baby :1.'e."I.b'j4..d. doesn't l I..... All druggists refund the',money Tonic ,
i .1eb'as' D........ JtU .troubled. with If It falls to errs &, W..G sross! slgaatnty ";
+ worms.1'vW; hi .'.,,-*..CreamVermifuge *. is' on.eaah box.35o; U<- ,; ; :.' ;,rl c.: CoW ill 0"soDiy" il TW .3))'
will ....11 OM these. worn In a" mild 'S''I : I.,, r : No .Pa .. :so. as ._1.8.. ;.Caarip . .ro .
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ptoaaDt--.wa.'.< Goon tried aiwaydweed. | 1a.* .lo'.p..tLD..tJai4 ,
.V Give lea tiialj.'WoeJtoeeote; f Il done bjr.4M'..Valley. Oasette 4- \1' 7i( '
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,5 '118 KlulmmoeValle.. ..ClaZI"" e t,Loa v-. .collars V -v'"k Y.tioetr((, jt. Co.:.,. i' .. :Dry, Goods, at P&D\\ '.. ,lt. White .shelf. paper at. Dana's. It. a.rdI ., ant....

...Mr.,M...J. Base went, down to Tampa}. .New liee of s on POa.... :'..j Ladee whit linen Rev. . M. A.''Cesseboom, of LeainirtOD -
? TILStmonanofl OD t>ulo,M yesterday. t- } Great.' 'willow chairs'- Ky.' has .
,8e Stanford's' line 'um- bargains In aLI aaO pMKj a Call) to UM
: new' ;; % .-= -1> work of Christian .
+ 'I oe 0oaW *t UM eburab KlsslmDM
a ,* FUBUSITBD. RVHBT KK1DAY.. I. Stanford will ehsai out i his entire lot. broils.,. ' ?
,, -I and will arrive In MOM ,to, begin
aT, of straw bats at half prim., __ tf We sMs.; M A M m t flB. All kinds of: ''ptetaire aoutdtog 'atTbompson's. Calton-for| -' 'ar" > day. July! ,
:'ADreMyJlneof'sllverware'suitabi: ., v -w Bro. Cassaboow'' Is? a .yonn* man
tint ,: for weddftog and blrthda. ) .;gift*,. at' !j jJ 'My"te'nt' tt boat.; 'Wear .i 8 o Ikol-.. ;....., graduated fine "Ute fxiloom A

} ,Official weetker'Keporr.OBd7 Kati' W line of ...... bate ready for'w,. rs.y. Ot ,'*ea at Dan.'.., ';IS, "..... .... .. ty rue'
"..&. .... Try.avees-wnv. : rtMN. Morten at, statssv! : iM arisa $* I. Tbe ebur... is

r 7'Yaw.r ......... "aD. ,lit .-. Order yourfult from Dalla'.-fit Stanford will sell 1. '20 'ging Smoke Key West $ tbef-best- la w. .... to sears Mss Isle

_. gnaranted. ,Agency a........Western earn you" 14.. t tf Bo Cigar on the market. ,, of thi* talented young ...... Lathe.

Mtsvs MM l...., Tailoring Co., x . ItIf forlrOO. Nice line of: picturemoulding. ..andmats. Cbrfallea people .h. fresh ao.ragu l

,f_ i t know Item bf don't All kinds of pictures framed &0. order Just arrived.. J. W"Thomfvon. and labor together for she .aha.Udlosrof .
w : an news
--- - you In. Ws at Thompson's? Mr; O. E.' Wade er. of'-Orlando Christ klpgdontlo our ssMsk a4 ,

y rrl4.'............ s .a f.Ur.uc.Uu.upo..od. It S Stanford U making: his regular rounds the pulling down of the MroaffboM. of 8
latald.'.......... 10 .want all the news.' will sell 15 ,d..' 4-4' unbleached -' '" '
,. ...,? .:... ......... Phone your wast'we do ths run' : .
(4).4. 71Tue.da7. WIII'-oD.I'
Mr. as.
Mrs. f. M. 'Owner
Mt Stanford .. Found a sum of- money;
........ "'. Dla,. : will Mil you white. shirtwaists :WE ,AIM
I- 4 n ill left last night for New York City to have bv J .
f w.da.dar'aaradav. .... ,, t'l at about . same provingproperty end
_...... 81 n .... KiasnocEBi: Darns OOMPA.MT. half prtoe.Mr : 1 spand a montl\ or.-lx,weeks. paying for this notice. I
. M Kinney who ha been ' DA net'M r iy to ,swifoiy.' bat :r-
.r Try the new barber hop. Everything ,, .pend-I' Mrs.-W..S. Gr.bazrai.u4 childrenleft DONAIp .
, ...A. MlMrXOM. P. Y.. new abd uptodate.'Sharp' a week'or ten day here, .. this morning lor'' their. home In ,- p'I'I '

rsKvrs. clean towels, first-lass ser Palatka .Wednesday night. Live Oak after a pleasant vllt with. There' Are ,'Few to ,_delight, y H- irfth .tho
Our.rates lorIa.enloll of .4 nrtt_ vice. ),fr.: and Mr.*.. J.'C. .rtffln and chil. frl od* here. _. people wbo know bow lo take ,care "; r-- .. "W '; tt O > '
IDeate among thee >reading matter on ot'lheT ii elTes-tbe' majority do ooaTh.II"e..l. ..r a11tYof'" e pweeriea. .
d..D' will be fro D"KI.llmmM'lor
down from Orlando :,1 >
4' this page I* ten cent per line each inaertion. ', Mr. J. J. Heard, a prominent capl cane yesterday aw i a mot Important J(1(
to visit. relatives here. short Umrf after 1st sod would organ
I >, tallst of Aroadls; and one! of tbe director a thitt parrW July 10 the bod/. .Heroin. will keep If, la We eaagiy&yothe' '
'\ of the State Bank'of Klsslm Mr. and Mrs. K. Canoer request having any cleaning condition. V.'< C. Slmpklns. Alba ,, .

'.. '. mee,. was here on business. yesterday.We ., from Palatka, where they repairing,'attention or dyeing sendft requiring.,la Immediate ', Texas, writes "1 have trod .Henbloc , .

'I, received this morning from Mr. had beep ,spending the past. week.. ., . PlUG FJ.aaNo.W. rightaway for Chills and 14'evetl.aDd" find 'It BEST'' OP YJIttJHI! : (f.L' .

E. 8. Bender a handsome booklet, descriptive Mrs: Fields and little son, of Calyx: the best" medicine I ever uNd. I : ,
are reliably Informed throughsource 1'iiitlie
THE LOCAL FIELD.boooooooooocooooooooooooo would not be without U. It 1* as -
of Hotel Oranllden, Uuoapee, Miss., arrived Wednesday afternoon ,4f
a that we are not at liberty to
t N. B where he and Mrs Bender good for children attt,. t* I".. '..rown. lino $
to-visit her sister, Mr. W.L. MoselejT divulge: that Klolmmee will In the :"of'Hegi grade
1 teen; people and I recommend It. It' U
, 1' ; have sojourning for Lbe past.five at Hblogle C..k.Mr course of up ,,
time have a new uptodatetourist
-- --' floe for L. Grippe.'t-bold by Rober- ' ;
weeks. :
) Table' ewd '
C. C.: Turlington, of Ozark,. hotel. Work"will' probably on'e Pnaraaaey.- ..' _ c.Luxuries .o. ,
Wade, 'the Tuner, Orlando.! tf Dr:'E. R. Fllooh, of Lake City, Flu., Ala,, arrive( In town Wednesday to basin on the building some time In the

: has ueen here this. week applying fertiliser look: around with a view to purchasing fall, but it i* Doubtful If the hotel will iMid-StHtuner Qearewe: Sate.. visions' ; of all ,kind*:' ,at
o Fewer gallons;'wears longer; Devoe to the J. W Oliver experimentrroT, be ready for next season's business I
*. The Doctor expresses hlmseff a* Mr. L. E. Bar be 'tI will offer my entire *touk. oTtsai**' '
has I launched his that
an .&
Whit.tsrLiundry-Cr'ivaArntsv. Mr.. L. P. Hughey left Tuesuay ., prices ..e. 'sure to- ;
: low
C *being"" well pleased with lobe results : new naptha launch and has been giving summer dress good at a 'Very ? -. .; '
obtained far. Croton for Pnl)and DeSotocounties, prloe, .for the next 30 da;." 'f'-r "..b.
so It trial this week.
See our line of new CO cent hlrts atKatz. where he will spend the next few a Yesterday have a handsome line of Batiste Command ..tte d1oR. ;;
.. 0 Dr. E. B. Armstrong wbo I. advertised week selling stock. went V Soutbport, carrying Mrs. '
nursery Lawns, Dotted Swiss. Voile,. ShirtWaist
Barbeau, who on account of 111 health '
to visit this city on July D, and : '
Dwellings for rent, M/Tl'v. 10th was delayed on account of sickness Dr. Armstrong the Jacksonvilleeye ha not been off the. Island before, in goods.: all fresh new good JOGAI; & lLOYD
ler. specialist, wullllat. profession fifteen month Mr. Uarbeau la highly bat must fro regardless of price ', .
but will be here on July 16th andHth . ..
I also offer all of low shoes > .
al visitto Klsslmmee on July 10-17 I pleased with the 'w. his launch my cut .
and be the '.
hair-cut-at seen at Tohope- ,
Try a shave or the new III white and .suncolors ,toP
kallg Hotel,. as usual. and can be seen at the. Tohopekallga. work., and says be would not' .be canvas !
barber shop V '" men, women and children st-th-isame
afraid to cross the ID her. .
'STRAYED or STOLEN-Setter doif Vice President Powell and Mr. Dave ocean out rate price. All I ask It that you CITY {- f ;
... Ara.w spent -Tuesday white. intermingled with black specks, McNelll of the Consolidated Naval nineteen liehlnlng Wednesday night put' call and aee the. good. ,the price will .

In Orlando. ear black and ".D. tan face, answer Store Company, ''of Jacksonville, electriclight transformersout do the tea B. (. BTAKTOBP. ::1, -
; jW..IJ Makloson OrLando of Information were here Tuesday and drove out In of business by burning out the '1\\ 4t ; .,.
: Mr.. visited *> name Frank. Reward for '
Tuesday.,, ' that will lead to recovery.Misting the country, to. .look,at some timberland fuie, aDd Supt. Dane -has had 'hi* The Rlgbt Remedy., .' ..,
clnce June Vth. *., band full since geflngthloitsin shape Men'and women who.uffer from Indigeetlon. Now Open for BualneH' '1
: Mr. and Mrs. M. Overstreet visited again. Mr..Dannsaa there
f was no' .
Etna Nervous Contiatlon.
T. :W. There will be a special meeting' of Debility, '
.' Orlando Satorday '' Friendship.Lodge K. of P at the Castle material Injury to that system. $ups. > Kidney and Bladder troubles, I :in,h.&triok'i OW StiuNL1EW '
Mr. Jo. River..brcther'' of Dr. T. Beeland: of the telephcneeicbaoge baa
Stanford has the awellest lire of Hall this evening for the : Lot Vitality, aDd all kindred die- '
corsets! In Klsslmmee. '" M. River, of this place, wa elected conferring Rank All member purposeof also bad..hi* troubles, m* a Dumber ofphones eases, will find relief by using Hatr I CHAiR, .a',
State attorney for the eighth Judicial were put out of commission, ard__. -.
Specific TabletTbey.rha
: I.
are urged to-be pressnb-'and-assistj. .In ;i .
& Mal: T.. M. Murphy spent the day clrculMn -the- _DS.primary: The bu'eYert.blnIl:1It1h: be working-smoothly been 20 years on'UM market and ,"hare 'NEWBAEOBS: -- -
"" the work. -
* "la'Or1.lIdo =. again in a short time. < '
,.. Saturday. eighth circuit comprise the countiesof demonstrated. their paramount,, bel- NEW EVERYTHING
f 'Born to Mr. and M..T..G. :'Duke, Alachua,' Baker', Bradford.. Levy W. receIYe4't.b week a souvenir Mr. W. L. Van: Dutor,received his log, aDd health-giving qualities. .,

i Sunday, June 24th/ a dauabter.f. and Putnam.Tbe postal card from Mr. R. T." Butler commission a* postmaster last.. night Send for book of wonderful'cures*. If
I. containing a picture of the famous and wUl probably take charge ofthe your 'druggist cannot 'supply you Satisfaction l G arHte d. :
f. Call ad'.ee what Stanford has 'to *choi>l piano Is now clear of Wigwam Hotel, Indian .Springs, Ga., offloe next Monday Ha baa appointed !hey will be sent prepaid, upon receipt ..: .. ,
I i.ifc offer you la exchange, for your money.. de t, the. baseball game and enter. where Mr and Mrs., Butler arespending John 'Johnston 'Jr. a* assistant' of price. Per: box fiOots. Address, -OPI' .MO' r."" .,,'., v '"

Dr. E. G. Vans Agnew was called toConoly'a taloment having railed all that wa a. 'few week outing, postmaster, and his ton, Kreamer' Haggard Specific Co.,' t.I.-ot..Ga;.- I .
the indebtednei .
business necessary to r 10ft' remaining Rev.-'L. Van Duxor, will be clerk.' A* soon asLbe 4. ,
on professional R. Jenklnf wishes j
0 S55.29, with the exception t.o. announce .
preparation can be- O3 T3B
necessary : > p Tl T'3i
Tuesday.The the subjects of his sermon for OOOOfJOf
of S3.77, wbloU. was raised by private made It is Mr. Van DuxorV lotontlon '

l, City Bakery I I. agent for. the ..l1b*.orlp..lo :, mO"Dhac-.r.e..oa next Sunday a*from follows Wednesday sunda to leave'the front door of' the office 1HEKisshIIRw i i --"i W t hi.a..; r '......; bm: Fa

Whit Star Laundry-the beat, in the open so that parties with lock boxes I = ......
r. Mr. and Mr. Roma Thomas, who Electric Storm." Sunday sveoing."A'tory ..- :v"ais'a.v e : ;
ii sta.... have been pending month' outingat of a Strong Life.1' All Invited can get their mall at all hours; day. 01'Dlaht. Drag Co. Youiigs F.It

It" .A few'T.r, handsome PICf.llrM can Wayoros and other South Georgiapotato who are not obligated to attend ..- fa C.lljros

;"' be purchased at cost 'rom the Klsslm returned home'Sunday night. elsewhere.A Mr. P, A. Vans ''Agnew'returned. 'TBOKA8VH.UB s4. .

1; 'i. mee Drug Co' Xr. Thomas report a very pleasanttrip ', gentleman at one of our boarding Saturday night. from a ten desis'"busl- < s* ., .'1 '.' a
. but says he found the w.aLberlIIucb ness trip to' Washington and Phila WHAT YOU.We Currlmlam. FU
FOR SALE-Fine grapefruit. seed warmer,up there,.than in Klsslm houses, after having grit shoved' at del hfa. While away be.*aw Mr. WE, DO fOR g.M Brawl DMT-M and M '
I",: lings. Apply to F. H. Lawson, Kls Him each meal for two straight weeks.asked C. w. Ward whose many friend will ." Mrf tr 1
-A' slmmee Fla_. mee' the waiter to please read the rmat.Md2c
glad to know that be li gradually
and the largest and .
Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Hesse Mr carry '
of the thirteenth.
+3't( Grade Hereford heifers-1 to 4 years eighth verse chapterof Improving. When Mr.Ward was here our _and '..Da+.t.r a-.
Smith left. last o1l"Lb. northbound moat varied stock .of line
Hebrews. .
night We Imagine this will .
last be bad been under thetreatment .
old 910 to S25.. F K: Plank, DeFun-- Mr '
w' 81ft'CJiau'I'Luf lwrL0ac
train. Hesse hehsdbeen OIQI 1
says snake some of our readers get the du.teft' of some of the most noted physicians in town. a
$ .n' talc: Bprings.Fla. v .. traveling for a number of year, their Bibles. '
t/1CHRs'i.N, HUNT
!.'Philadelphia, Address PrtMf.
but ha been townihat he Wa bu' the .
1 never t.o. }
e Ml. Sallle Clarksob, of >UeLandV The KI..lmmee b..balJi.eam' bateo.ed his case as a severe attackof carry none

J., visiting her sisters,' Mr. H. N: Brat- regretted more to leave than 'this.tfrs to.agatn try conclusion with liver and stomach trouble Since goIng freshest and 'purest.of, druga.. ; --. .J t'' .' .
' ton and Mrs..It. P. Oulce. Hesse wa also highly. pleatedwith back however;-he has been at all times. '
-. Klsslmmee. the Orlando nine on the Sanford base.ball putunder kc CreaM ad' CoW Soda
''.,Tiller has two orinreetnlce; cot- lot the Fourth of July. Remeinbe the ;X-ray,and It was found that filled ; "
'f".1 Y tare for rent in good location See MessrsGebrg*'and Will Saunders\ >r, boys. Kisslmeoee has the prestigeof his trouble, was caused from a fractureof Your prescriptlona are .
A: .
'<. .him before.they are takr_ !I' > :who have been fishing in Lake Okce- having always defeated Orlando- the 'vertebrae. The fracture was received by a Graduate, in Pharmacy' kTquiriN'3Wbereeasl'gsi.t: _

Mr. Ed. Donegal : wk|; '$ now located obobee for the ,past several month, and it devolve* upon you to sustain. several months ago la a fall besides five ,......' actual ez.DeriNlce. -.' I, :: Laundry.done,.

In JacksoaTlile/MM e home and are spending a ''few days in town. her reputation. from bis buggy while driving ,out; to '. : 'Why, leave It'' with'(Mian ,Edmop- ..
: They have moved their oamp''rum > his grove at Shingle Cheek' butt of son Monday ard Tueeday. Hereturn wilL
spent a,this r" k. Okeecbobee to Brahma Island in Lake The Barrow Record advise Its which he was not conscious until disclosed ' _, Doesn't;;"thie'mean,' ; something ,'' )t in flrst.JttI! chaps..1kt -.

'Mr.'Mabguin-Prater\. of, Savannah, tCisslmmee and 'will try their luck readers a* follows "Don't grieve by'the. ,%-ray. '. .. ; ? '" : .

visited bit aunt ,Mrs J,. R,- Gilbert there> for awhile*, f .' because you can't jrp abroad this summer - I ':'' ... ...,;'" ','f.
here few day this week.. ; for you an.,..tlU. fan yourselfInto The; Piano Fund tntertammw. p"aJaywyr t
y Jr.? a Kin M F.Tlndall.ofthsNarcoossee; < We:carry .. ..... ".....
V. send a pereulralion-swear its the hot.test What was perhaps'one *< 'the. ,, beat I chU.- .. ;":1" .. '. ," ,.i,..t \ :! .,
If you" have-any laundry to section, was lo town yesterday having weather since 00, and make yourself ., c . .n
'away, aDd want. It "dwe uo" In good brou&b" his Just a* uncomfortable".* horn'talent .entertalnnoeuU seso ,a few mcnwnto > .... ...,;... ...., IMeM1 '.

shape, phone the CltjflBakery.OoL. daughter,feverIn who f.sufferipgwlthtyphoidmalarial to.'be prescribed were paying $10 a day for it. sited In.Kieslmmee audience was at the wltnemied auditorium t by a fair-I last 11 ''chase.,, This, isnot' ; 'Wtey "MIa: .01_" ,. 1II rOI. Si'oea.'INIaWTpOnsepr7 .

.',John D. Slngletary, of Braden for by Dr. Hick. Mr.. Tlodall was The Lee Parson Cattle Company Friday evening,' given for the benefitof boasting, but: wo;: want your i ttot emmtsi,. 'cW

: town" was here on business Saturday.For also accompanied by' his daughter/ are. preparing to market their beef the school piano .fund and gottenuo business and,/we 'know '.Wei. \ >'f

jI. lowMt'prlce ever'beard" of on Mis Tindail and his brother Mr, M. cattle, of which they have about 160 under the able direction and management can "
marine and stationery gasolene ''en D. Tindall. head. These cattle are said to be extra : of M.... M. Kau. a jrtease., .
ft II'IDe.IM P. D. White, Klsslmmee, One* and that many-of' them will The program, a* published In these \
Fie. Mr. E. 8. Bender, who with Mr*., weigh over sir: hundred pounds The columns last week, was rendered In a Lya kiet& co ,
3enderi spending the summer In companywill also have about'five' manner and while, .
tY, The Cheerful l 'Workers'!:' Society'bf few Hampshire In 'a private letter .hundred'bead of fine mutton. sheep for possibly some of' the"performers deserves Flonrnoy' Mlddletrooks. .,: "

the Baptist v Church are plcnlclng. at states that his. health 1* very much 1m. ,market.: special mention,' they were all rb K E8REAL. '
*'the' court house today., cash- iroved.met.> five, week They have at Sunapee been pending, and have the ''Messrs. P. A. and El:.G. Vans Ag .o good that between It would W hard* will to *distinguish '[MAHJLGKR.' : : ; ,"' ,.. ,: : :

( Every25 cent spent in or paidon ust moved to Alt. Vernon tt. H new returned yesterday from a short .f'bow..t **. . ;.'...... ..
that M's C. M.BrlUaln
entitles I .
account at Kat. .
lour & you where they expect to spend a month. business trip to Fort' .Me... While .. ',. '
to a chance on one of those beautiful in with reading and staling were as fine a* '
Myers they met up Mr. S. L. heard hereand would have .: E a T''f E'
bat racks. Wed- Gault former were ever ,
I' The steamer SUCCCBS I returned a resident of' Klsslm "

j New barber hop at P" rlck'I, old need,, night from' Lake Klsslmmee mee. who I I. now located on Pine ? II.J *done" The credit nandolia to a professional.playing of 1;Messrs. 1 REWARD: AND "NSU.RANCE: .il
she bad been land off the coast from Fort''' $25 .
where to Myers
r" 'stand. Service by a tonsprlal artistconversant bring up several Howard and Edgar Kau and the vh*< : "
all the latest fad In fishermen and the nets and other where he 1 I. running a chicken. .farm .,
; with aDd Visa
lln numbers of Mrs. Bullock
fishing paraphernalia belonging to the and fish amp. .. . '
? .
,> barberlng. Johnson were veryplea.ant innovations '' ' :
;,: ;
? Okeecbobee Fish A; Fur Co. The ,
Kev. L., R.. Jenkins, pastor of the 'Dr'.A..ID8Lroag.; the. noted eye and ,- and added much to the successof the 1" ,,I
? owners of the Success have decided to To possessing the ) .
person RIVERS M.d .
nerve specialist of Jacksonville will the entertainment TlM. ""'
Methodist entertained the -
Church "le her for the remainder of '
Junior League at the Monday up Lbe,1lD1m.r. make: a professional visit to Klsslmroee The 4 proceeds amounted lo. about. :. Physician sad ..rEO.....

!\\, afterooos.Mr parsonage .. ,.July 10 and IT and can be. seen thirty dollars, which with the collection oldest 'Mathushek,, ,Piano- 'wITff'gfssiMMza.Dape: COMrAHT.PHQMBB .: d'

f' U you are going away on a, trip
and Mr. J. W. Anderson, of have just returned from one, or If you eye trouble, nervous- complication only three" dollars and some cant of . BIWUMHSB, racy : ,,_ '
D, Orlaodo, .will conduct a gospel} meeting ; have a friend visiting you, the Valley and stomach complication overcome. paying off the Indebtoess. on the $16. reward". to the person ' "" .

at the Alliance Hall next Tuesday Gazette will esteem U a favor.: If )'ou. Dr. Armstrong can be, seen only on. piano. The balance"has sine*,been ; 'DR. LESLEY .W. WEEDON.

', evening. Yuu are Invited. will call u* up and tell n* about. It, or .dates named. subscribed by, three or four public ;sssosALusr. "' "" : 'i 7,

Mr w'.YJl, : McCracken: left Mondayto better still, write It down and send it Messrs. 'TT," ''A.,, Llghtsey and Fred spirited citizens._. possessing, ,the'oldest piano' ._':.',, .A... Noaa ANOPrivate .:tH"OAT", J,
around. We want all the! new- and ,
to hi home In Nebraska, MoConnell ;
return came on the ateamerLlllle
can only get It by having some one The 'Piano Sale. Y' ; : BOIp-ltak.AmeI".D" (N&t.'oaai'j'
of horses
closedoutbi.carload last aDd
4having Friday .went down to of any other make. Please. Bid fg, Tampa .. : : :
}n In a little over a week tame.Mr -.. tell UB about it. i'>-- Bartow for a few day*. They returned The piano sale of the Ludden, . Dank ,-I IDR.

and 'Mrs.' Geo. T. Slngletary, Capt. R., E. Rose;' State Chemist Monday and-.accompanied by Smith L'ampbell Co.,under the m.nayem.ntof T J. '''I. 'SlMPBOflf, f"' ' "

Miss Marietta Pfaon. and Mr. J.', K. arrived in town ,Nterd00 aocomanv E. O. Flood, of Lakeland J.C. Lewis\! J Mr. O.G, aet,., which 'send.11, your. :name. yourjri1dence .. . ) .. fJ 1 .
", Blngletarv left Wednesday to spendthe > Mr*. Rose who ba D en spendng of Fort Meade, and several other gentlemen Lsliu' la progress her for the past ''v>; ?i",
Oa a few week herevUltlogrelatlve, returned south by the. same three weeks, ,closed yesterday,' and ;
Porter Springs, name end
at :
summer : ; num-
t.ob.11' home In Tallahassee. Capt..lose steamer Tuesday. ./..... Mr.;Reese expresses himself as very. the' ; ,OfBee over Ol eOl..Pb.r..e1.:

..' ; Mr.: and Mr: H.; M. Piano lets 1* making a splendid record[ a* 'An exchange 'tell'1 'or'D.W'Paper highly pleased with the outcome. 0'' i g aff m.trw' 11.-.,
rU Wednesday for SaratogaBuffalo, State Chemistand this his home We understand that during the three Ol7IIotrss; .
reporter \Who! Interviewed, thirty\ ber'ofyour': piano and r .1)0 to fit$0 'srTelephone
Fall ,and other In successful l
Niagara point of them 'whenV
is of week pianos, most
1 county; Justly proud him.He business and eighteen '* 6'lvr.
met thatall i No. 70 Jun
j< New York Stale to spend theheatedM fouod several ; 3
in Instruments and .
-' always receives cordial welcome on of them when boys had high grade ,
term.. -t- , i his visit.* here.,, erned '.WloLl, end frequently thrashed. organs were sold. .purchased.' This. don't. cost. VANSAGNEWt. \ r? >J JA
. instrument '
Among the high' grade "!I' rt
Mrs end-daughter-*. also PA.e 1..
Perry' He Interviewed t.btrt.loaler. G18Af'Ded .
'Mean/&A- '' & _
Kathleen Peacock of Lake City, wbo Bronion and' T. A. that sold were two style 16 Klmbals. one Bass, Jr.,' ,who have been doing business twenty-seven ot them bad Messrs.- C.. Bass you }!h ng-'snit' yoit"may ..' :
each to Messrs I
have been visitingthe family Mr. been "mamma's ,darling/ and the ; any . I ATTO; .H.T. AT LAW.U..W. .
't' under the firm I I. ;
t of the Okee- UM
Ir .
and J. Z,_ RobID.oa.Tbll .
: J.. F.'O'Berr1., urae4 ,home. 'Wed-. ehobee Fish & Fur Co., have dissolved other three bad been" reared* by; \(heir piano that won first & at toe Fair !' -.[ ''ANp4NoTAStrFusi.Ia: ; ,t. : -

,, nesciay.Al.'Cbrlstlanso'n.' partnership, ..1'.... Bronson taking the grandmother. :,; \ pIt Mr. A. 8., Gilbert ,also purchased: a 'win16 or $ 5.. .x --r' ". KISSllUdEJPCA! : ter' ,

f ,the. lmvlnolblewrea-] x>*..., nets and otherparaphernalia.. Is always a healthy sign for any Kimball. .

it'' . tier, \It .eem..-b.. run up against' the Mr. .0.... we understand,. will continue community when real estate transfer A One Kimball Grand was placed. In. 'u ',. \I-

!If. "real thing" tnTamoa. He has met In the fish bunlne, and has era- are numerous and frequent. Apropos the BaptUt church on approval. Ludden '&' Bates " a ,
''' ... defeat. twice In the past,two. ,weeks in p\oe4 the steamer Jua'nlta, to tram- of the above, we were informed by ,, : ., .
,:' .':-ha',cliy. port hU fish. Mr. Urooson will tie ups Deputy Clerk W S. Harwell 'a few S ilnultapeouslylThe I ... ... 1VrI; '':Wl1f,! ii/ -:

. \ Miss Alma Griffla has returned from it boat fof the present, but will -resums day ago that there bad already been UM Tuner TAMpAF'lrORlAlI.; .. ,;1; .J'
lightning and Wade
.. .
KT.iovx7tx7.DOwr.orfo..e. .
operations! at Lake Qkeechobee over eighty Instrument filed for ;, ..
'a visit. with relatives la Tampa. She the time .
struck about same "
IC': : : '
In the talc'Dr. 110/
record In theelerk'* office this month. ,J1IIIII-a "" t I'f.: '
"- was accompanied home bf her grand- this week. Wade 1s doing damage, '
;( and M.... and and this 1* supposed. to, be about. the Vf' ), .
mother, Mrs. Heldt, who' will spend M. J. Hick Mr however, but Instead displacing din -i ,.
." some time here. '_ Ov I M.' j tPearol.'returned .Wed Dada, dullest.season of the year.. 'cord by making planosharmonious ..iliTe. J f 'M."W1L.I.SON JR.'I .., ,. \ ; .-r' -- r t \.v>

I .Hajor'T:M.-Murp }'of Klsslmmee..' morning .from .Atlanta,, where ,they Mr. R D. Fuller lefiTnesday by boat dollars per.6ismrs.r s s. ---. .*!* .A-
I "U. welcome visitor to v Orlaedotoday. webs about two week ago to,i,consult for his place In Poltcounty. when -,- : ,*. T '' .I.IC... "-.l & j < ':-.*" \" ,M *. . .':,
:: The a ,,,poneI1IDII' some of physicians ofthat \city as he I I. largely Interacted la orange culture. 'E.c..to1I. Rates, v" Alt r 1 STAT *AT/L.A.o.:0.:- '
t nice to the advisability Of h.I tnganopera- .. Mr.' .Fuller1 ususually drives 'oj:> .I.'IO,CestUnr. MA.R'" MATORIU t:
; ln cursister city as being quiet I ,. Real..Eet te'Ap.t.' . I
Lion performed on Mr't: J 1erce. '. The through the country from here to 'his Bacurslon rates Soul) Samseer ,
I ;8ujMMr!
1 -$ and pleasant.Reporter. Star., ItSSIMMBE"LORJ i .BMI.H.t- .........
doctors there,; thoagfal'an' operationunnecessary place but the : : .Iou.ta.and Jbo .. Will Mosley came down rioom'w.aooi ,- and'+ reoomm nded '"'a creeks 1s ahighnow'ibat' it is vlrtheAaantio'? ," Coast Line. No T \ .....tM. ... -T' II .

!!.tf. Tuesday.and will remain over till after course of mediolnelastead.: .DC'.Hicks difficult to go through by team, so ;''be trouble "'. to aosver,. question.": : Mas J5too4 tile Vast lEYeen., J oe.-.u,e.,.**a. ..".,!f..; '

R 'b.Fourtb of .Ial,. '-Heoame down to report*a very pleasant trip aod: says loaded his horse'and *;wagon jateZ UIebo..1&IHI rates reservations or say Inn itTit., old 01"-.'!(0.0..'. ,Tatsleaa ..... o. 0, cM...?. J. .

'-practice with the,; baseball :: team and they fed hlmohlckeoevery meal while be will, drive across the Ilionoom.aessts with :: '" .,ormrcBdM, Tonic.., Yo know whay ate ... .... .. ... ,. ".
1. &be...', 0.i'w ... ,I I.iron .w, hs t ..............I.. 40 .
-,sea to shape for> the gamSanford. was a> < result of which four try frost Port Gardner, a 0011"1 ) .r .I. o. Klal.LAJf> w.1IieC..h qals a "

"1 U,)0.0,00: _the, Fourth,,. ; ? .,, "' -' _.,,: '.'i\'f.. '4,pounds were added. bis ,aroird. .poUJ#, about fifteen mile i,. :.i jbq! ,\'l'.,. ."'. ,p,.,' " '...._..._,PAt",.:1"1&:.t '\...., ,. .._.......10.', ...",:Mo,.*cara.*,lle" ..avV" " ' "r I .A<' ..""" .. .i\ U.- 1 xt 1 r' T to (- t- -
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, .. INSURES\ AGAIN-IT HAIU8TORMS CAUSE OF EABTHQPAKR clrcum-Paclfd' belt':of -earthquake-; "SlQNAtlToF THE: WILD *

even, daring 'the :present yftar-
Hew'the K.n.Wheat Grower Pro> one more movement chanced ib>,corn How tfte C.rlbk'd.; ; and Walked
teots Himself From. Lose. near a great city a short time'aftei for Their Observers.A .

"Hallstorm/i/ have destroyed more AMERICA'S SEISMIC AUTHORhock -' an'eruption of Vesuvius. : . gregartoua-jkninial has usually

wheat In Kansas; In the last ten ,sail r '., ITY I 'I am-confident! also that:.r barring Its many, means of communicating with

than all tie cr..boppen'uc! hlncb/"/ occurrence near a city.'geologists' { will Its fellows..' The welt-marked liveryof

bugs since'the state was. organised' May .ecu1t. ,San Francisco, agree that the' Ban FVancMco earthquake the species serves It as his uniform

MId ,a farmer from southern Kansas' Was the Centre, She la Still In Peril Is a normal outcome of rock does a .soldier-It lets friend and foe

:whose crop 'was destroyed by recent Cornell Geologist:Tells His Deduo- movements which are a necessary result .. ,,like know who .he Is.

storm in that section.lAMl of mountain growth The ,reason Kext In importance, says a ,writer
dl _t Ions'from the Pacific Coast ,Olsaetsr.
., year one hailstorm' In the for the.mouutala growth however li Scrlbner's, Is the white flag with: ,

-- -' northern part of Sumaer county and not a subject upon which agreement which most deer do their wigwag

: Ingenious Pickpockets.' for. use. Many persons suffer after the. southern part of Sedgwlck sweptan Ralph Stockman Tarr professor of 'would be I iso general. This Is not the all11&Jlnrrhl.. Is his toll; and Its,
_. Two English girls'were recently aed eating fruit' because of swallowing i a. mile. long by two miles '
area thirty dynamic; geology and physical geogra- place to enter Into a discussion of that surrounding the- disc The ,sudden
rested In Parl.rWIlIl. picking pocket multitude of germs w3ilch! always wide. About S8. 00 acres, most ol phy at Cornell ;and perhaps the most subject,, and It must auAce therefor donation of this white tall when" danger '

,In a most Injenlons way/One of them swarm,upon the surface ot fruit, ammultiply wheat that promised to to state !
it in growing ''noted' authority In America on selu"mlo a hypothesis most general --is sensed conveys at once a silent
carried a parasol, In the .handle* of under' the favorable oondltlofrs to the acre t
yield 'twentTbUlb.l. held by geologists as best supported
disturbances, telegraphed to the alarm to the next of Its kind.
1 'Which waa .' apriag t 'worked ,,a afforded by -warmth and tool*- half million'dollars '
_ were destroyed. A New York Times his views on the by the e\idonce. This hypothesis li Another signal that have pot seen
pair of nippers concealed in"the point, ture, of'whe&t ruined In '
was that the, heated li '
worth causes of the disaster at Sato FranCisco earth in cooling .noted by any one else is thus described
t of{the 'ferule Aa ,abe strolled. along Girls- that one 'storm." as follows contracting; that 111.doing this the by Mr. E. 'A. Preble during his trip ,
1. with the parasol 'under, her arm ah. College Tempt Burglars.So' feared,bJ -
x 'nie'hailstorm was Ninety-four percent of all recorded cold, rigid,crust along: certain lines It to the Barrens, in 1900. Thoup' the

,pen while the other one would deftly}; 'college girls that their fellow student a staple crop. Corn will recover from cones, following two great circlet strain and broken., When the break ground 'apocles.jr believe it will bo .

relieve' the Victim; of. bis!!watch.- ;I II or ,servants haTe'no Idea of rotblnrthem a hailstorm and -make aa average of the earth. One of these passei occurs and a renewed movement ti found equally true of the woodland:

I ( that they can't be prevailed upon crop, but a light fall of Ice at a certain through the West Indies, Medlterran forced along previous line of breakIng "Soon after leaving our camp on

Health and Beauty. to put money and jewels 'under lock time will ruin' "a crop of wheat eau Caucasus and Himalaya regions,, an earthquake results. The mountain the morning of August 13 we aw P

.'A' number, 'pf'-medical men were reently :.: and-key. They leave diamond rings May: and Jun. are the month of hailstorms -< and In this belt 63 percent of all recorded bolt which almost completely encircles some barren-g 'qund caribou. A ,young

asked the Interesting question.. and pins biasing -on dressing tables,, In Kansas. earthquakes. have occurred., the Pacific Is receiving tho buck on a point: of land was approach-

"What Is the secret/ health strength while pocketbooks and loose bills peejinvitingly In France and Spain, where the,hall- The other In which California lies,. thrust from the shrinking of the log aa closely] as the depth ,of the '

,:,and beauty!"'-and."in, the answers glv from 'bureau drawers., If. storms destroy the' grape crop large encircles the Pacific, following the An earth and for that reason ,its "mountains water:would permit-about 200,yards. r

"i njthe, greatest"stress 'was- laid, upon trinket vanishes aa by magic: Its own cannon have been placed on the hills dee. the mountains of Western North are rising all the way from the He showed little fear, trotting along ,

\the Importance of dIet. The woman er seldom feels worried-that is, not above the vineyards. At the approach , America the Aleutian Islands Japan,, Southern And
I, who would be beautiful, must be for a day of two-for she argues that ot'a hailstorm explosives are and the East Indies. Forty-one percent from the Kurlle Islands (In the North about a quarter of a mile. He would

bealthy.' and the" deans abe must one or another of her friends has ju.t' ebot Into tie cloud and. ICs a ballet of ail' known shocks 'have-. o. Pacific) to the East Indies. With this frequently stop and wade some dls-

t adopt to this end Is to study the com'- dropped in and "borrowed" IU. Often among t&rmere-lauched at by scientific caned In this belt rising melted rock ,Is forced out here tanco toward the boat at short,Intervals

Efc'* position of her dally menu .with a a girl will miss an evening coat scarfs 'men--- that the storm is some Other regions on the earth have supplied and there In ,form of volcanic cones spreading, and contracting;, the

clew to Including In It,food of & purely and gloves and make no attempt to fjmes dissipated.: ,The Kansas tannerdoesn't but 8 percent of recorded earthquakes and by their eruptions 'and by'tbe slippings white patch 'on"'his throat literally into .
nourishing 'value' ''e The would-be find them until ahe, wants to 'wear clouds tie has (If the rocks along fault planes
bombard. and these for the most part an oval disc, so abruptly a to givethe ;
robu.t' should be careful,'never them and not Infrequently at the end better to '(Mur. earthquake -shocks .. are occurring He
person found that. It pays, were of slight intensity Consequently effect of ,flashes of light
+ to eat' too much.,, 'The palate may I be of this search she will find her mlsklngralnment : his crop. I areas outside these belts are in throughout aone and may alwaysbe finally grew of following us and

tickled by' some particular dish. but almost wore out Thla, Hall Insurance companies.have.been slight danger earthquakes.. The two expected tq'occur so long 'ae, tar drifted tre.
u .
.. nthe path of wisdom for the adult ovei however is considered the'limit of bad Insures hU mountains"continue to - -
The farmer also grow
"' organized tones of recent shaking are 'regions What the carlbu doing? Apparently
--"" 'thirty is never to eat more th..D,1., manners, and generally the attlre'lsrestored hall Just as the volcanic & '
wheat crop against of eruptions and growing signaling to what might be
really to keep ,one la good to its original owner In fairly house STRANGE FREAKS OF FORTUNE..
necessary Insures his mountains.
in the city the
man kind out on ,
others of his own
condition. Room doors areu.uall1'
working order.-New York Mall.Fralsette against Ore. He places' .whatever The great majority of the .active voter. e

unlocked and as the entrance value on his crop be can afford to pay volcanoes of the earth lie in these Instances 'In Which, Wealth Was '
;door of, the dormitory is always unlocked -, The caribou's grunt or bark, ns
: A New Color. I .
Some farmers occvslonally belts and evidence and Lost .
the on. geological Quickly' Made
proves ;
there !Is nothing to prevent a Professor D. Eliot calls It, I have
'' Anew shade whlch has Just appeirsad - Insure;so heavily that -they. -concluslvelythat.Jn- the.CLsODel..1b... .Nthag.ln..reaUIlLJ.mQnLcrtt) !
woman burglar from ranaacktnga t _In n, 6ttte of nature
in Paris, and.of.. which. .we,-shall _' -would'not, object to'a hailstorm to mountain are still rising. These twophenomena than the way in which fortune Bought Devortd much but l\o-
oZell-or-lO-ro In .brief
l l. a period. <
kthlI f
"Bear a"good deal aa the season advancjes She\will find rings slipped over hat save ,the expense of harvesting the, volcanoes and gro..l\ or unsought will suddenly smile upon reindeer II and my not are, r'

y li signified b7' the name of "frol" crop. mountains account for the Tnt majorIty I an Individual and then. with equal ,
pins stuck in pin cushions, watches very full. '- -
aette. Like' BO many of our color first hall Insurance companies) of shocks. The mo'YemeDte -
Tbd earthquake suddenness withdraw her favors.
ticking. comfortably In pin trays: necklaces of ,
I ; schemes, the name hardly "meetathe dropped over perfume bottles,' were mutual companies, organised of the lava !'and of:the! pentup Such cases, of course, are to be seen "On July! 4, 1900, got-In a
occasion" the color having the brown- among the farmers of & county or a4ltlrsct. steam preceding rind accompanyingvoleanC I by scores at gambling resort like. about IftOO half-wild reindeer. Their
in to
j l.bma.uT.fnt of 'a'' faded pink rose, and. the fact everything looterNewYork arranged I It, was soon found that those eruptions send out tremors Monte Carlo. Quite recently a young only I vocal sound la a grunt This Is futtered \
tempt enterprising
Aa a matter of fact. the return '.of companies were not safe because a'', .and shocks through, the earth. But Austrian officer won 23,000 at the singly or else doubled-that

,aprtng' will herald 'In a number'of Press. > ...00: hailstorm usually cleared'a whole dis. the most extensive and violent shake I. table In five days and lost every periny.ef Is, two turn given in rapM succession.

_ 'variations of the popular mauve ,-, trict. Then each farmer was comjEel -, = occurs when the rocks break or it on the sixth. It Is Bometm,3 the call of cow to.

L ahades. and each old favorites as Too Busy, Preaching to Practise... ) !"d''to 1arJJi; own loss, for the I move along previous ,breaks, called The vicissitudes of fortune, were her CJt. Ind lon Is uttered by
;Pa.rma'Tloiet and heliotrope will be Not long since a well-known society one Is left ,behind, evidently a
i mutual company could not pay Eastern faults.. Then a, succession of-Jars
.l hardly distinguishable' in. their, novel woman,,the president of a county fed- capitalists have formed a number passes through the crust often doinj never more vividly than Illustrated saysLondon note of alarm or Inquiry to find out If.

.....,;i: niea., tr I erauoof' "women's clubs!,! "reed a 'very.; of hall Insurance companies In the great damage. Such movmjsnts result given;Answers recently, In by a bankruptcycase the evidence his friends are close at hand"
Another sensation In 'Paris I.. the Interesting paper on beautifying: the last five years.Farmers .. from the strains! : t? which the? rigid In the Sydney; court. But the most singular of thj
the caribou the cracking
1.P'lr velvet known by the form "cote public highways." The clubs proposedto have a. belief thai hall wilffollow crust of the earth Is subjected in the by I
__ undertake such work' roadthat The J bankrupt, a mining engineer of the hoof. At each step each foot
:lot cbeial a
de which has auffldent :glosA on/a the same path for three consecutive process' of mountain growth.: haltwon
amoothnesa .. ran along the banks of a famous '' final and lost no fewer than six gl\es out a loud sharp crack .
,; lnese and to' Justify 1U 'years. So if a hailstorm It Is.too .early to pronounce a It '
fortunes In his lifetime. Once he Persons who have
,fancied resemblance to the akin of a river. This' road is about thirty miles destroys a"crop they Insure,, heavilyfor opinion upon tho nature and cause"of Deer .
t madeL7000 Inn single week by buyIng In life have nq difficulty In explaining
long and the to take
renli-groomed equine! favorite next two"ea.-Ital .a. City the San Francisco earthquake but
sections,. cut down. the weeds and preserve the --- .... from what has been said: It will be a mine and selling it again. So It "Of course, the hoofs ..preadwhen

True Culture; :everything: of attractive nature.The seen that It Is probable that'thl.. shockIs soon a* be was paid the money he they bear the weight of the

The 'woman who looks-at paper'was read at a; farmers' Institute ,:House In! a Maple ;Tree: the result of movements along one went to Wyoming and Invested it animal" they say "and when lifted
> ,mannersfrom
and the reader appealed to ,A singular maple tree on the left of and some;three thousand besides. In, the hard surfaces spring together
lines In the course
the ,standpoint forgets of the caterer or farmerswives to help out In the project bank of the Oder In Germany is at the or nnprefault natural growth of the ...tRances. purchasing an Interest in another-a with a crack}" But a close observation ,
th* silversmith that
; affected They were urged to take more' least a century old and has been .,'whlch.geologllts'; have long copper mine. ,Beforo'aight came the chows'that the crack Is made by
'flats of good breeding are.ngt pains 'with ,'O.a. farm twisted and cut Into a kind of circular news that the copper lode had sud some mechanism in a foot, and It
f by ''the ,fashion of the taom nt..and premises, known to l>e still In progress throughout It
i these of'far. Importance'than and some of, them were taken to-tasle house of two stories. A firm the entire extent of California.That deny] "plDcheel'out.' The .investors, i iI "goes or' while' the weight Is on
that are more
for careless conduct 'Nobody found leafy floor has been formed by causing I were beggared. I la not always one thnrp crack,
Coast Ranges are crowing
the newest' style .In tabltcloths thft
\ the branches to become'gradually Addlson sometimes a, crackle like
!la.""lady'la. known Bevalways/ : .and any fault with this paper the farmersseemed Is proved by numerous evidences. ,-James Raavls spent morethin several
l.verywberebecaus., refinement of to like it> and they gave the woven together. Above this Is a There are upraised abort lines at various 20 years In building up a fictitious ; sounds close together. Many

'voice women substantial encouragement smaller second floor similarly' form. 'the California coast claim to 12,600,000 acres of land ,nations showed that-Just .the foot,,
point along
bearing and togetherwith'oourtety'toward
J; manner others, charaofeerisws -, .. But the appeal of the president; of ed,*I and the ends of the branches have proving recent uplift The very bay In Mexico and Arlcona., This enormous Is relieved of the animal's weight,' but ,'' '
been Into solid walls In which before any part Is off the-ground. the '
a aweU-bred person la all lands. the women's clubs lost1 much of Its woven of Ban Francisco Is the result of a territory, which Is, roughly
window on each story have ten times the also of Devonshire crack takes -jQce. do not
,;!QH who be.lak.dked her silver plate effect by after developments: The eight geologically recent .subsidence of this speaking, Te hool and

,'*WB lima. of distinguished ancestors home of this woman 1s on one of the been cut< ,. part of the.coast which has admitted was originally( granted to strike together stride
most beautiful one of the Don Miguel, a grandee of his court>> the crackle Is not heard until the foot
I : the Sacra
is *aTrmilBjB1 aba** Ute .., of here ; the sea Into the gorge-that
*aaM......... who display so much villages of the county that Is famed refn.e. '... mento river formerly; cut across the by Philip V of Spain, and still belongs Is placed and the weight li on It Thus

f.1r alety',about .paraphernalia. of for Its natural beauty. This Itz.eet.-Ia The horse to go, and his value Coast Ranges. This forma the Golden to his heir If oDe.caD be found It usually crackles placeof
advanced. On 1 190T each track always once as the
.' tfM! tabt."convey' the impression that a put of the: thirty-mile roadway has January.- Gate, and in the broader mountain Reavla Invented one in the ...bape.of ,
there were 14.864,000 horses U this beautifulMexican There Is weight Is coming on usually a second
itbetr poalttbn In the world has under that It was proposed to Improve. After valley behind the sea has spread out a girl. '
la no her paper had been read there was country. On th. l1..t'cSaT of 1 05 there to form the bay.A no,apace here to detail the Ingenious time as he Is going off. I walked on
r itlOnea.udden'chengs', ; : There ,
-18,711.000. In nine years there of birth and hands and.knees. the side of a
{disgrace-la'being a newrtoh man or Introduced .In, the Tillage council'a were further reason for knowing that forgeries marriage certificates lT' "F
woman provided'one' does not.behave resolution In'which the street'superintendent has been aa Increase of 80..percent, the mountains of this region are growing the felse miniature. and ,other reindeer again and to observations ,

4 aa IC the money had CODe to the train.Carper's .- was directed to ,request the The gain Ia the number"ef mules has,, la the frequency, 'of earthquake evidence which this brilliant swindler and finally Induced one to"
not large. In In order to bolster walk while at considerable
'.- Basar.rWomenVHIsher. president of the women's clubs to been great but so' hocks In California. Every year prepared up pe..onal
.' abate an eye-sore that she had been 1897 there were S.S1S.OOO. This year there are from 25. to 40 earthquakes the claims of the girl.A risk I kept my. hand on the knuckle

....... She was ao-, notwithstanding the heavy purchases verdict Joint of the hind foot The crack
_. : education.It ., maintaining recorded, th<* state, and not a few was given for the girl
'f' .'la estimated br, Dr. M. Buatomed to cord her stove wood close made by the British government during of these have been felt In San! Francisco who was by this time Reavls wife. took place each tllle with the bendIng '

Tomas Carey' to the,aldnalk In front of her reelJenoe. the Boer 'war. there'aft 8.400/-. Itself., For example;on March Reavis .was turning to receive the of the 'OIDt I..u soviolent
president pf Bryn Mawrool- "
that .
Jarred .
The resolution went through -
000. SO. 1898. there was a shock which did congratuJationB of hls friends on his I
J"-, that there are U.400 women atu- on It. It was and on the
without '' dissenting voice.-J. LOur
a inheritance when telegram delete
to the extent of the enormous a
dents In colleges:the current year.r ID'th''' iew'York Tribune., '-.... .. damage $842.000 aj level of the cluuteof bck hoofs and
BandedIn.. It
In another generation it la Predict- The-Bari of Wemyas who la sight, Mare t.lanel.naT1' yardThe city Is In was appeared to be made by tendons or

.4.' OD.ba1f'of all the people who'hate eight years. old. solemnly Informed the. a region of earthquake frequency, and news that-a second examination: sesamotds slipping over adjoining ,,

been to college., lith.. United States \F'Mhlen" Note House of Lords that Great Britain Itself seems to be near a line of movement had proved that the original deed of bones. \ ,
w-i..:sArNt'be,.women/; .- ,The :newest race -and ,motor wraps' had no army,and only sixty up-to-date. ,"Whether the centre of greatest gift to Don Miguel was a forgery. The The sound is easily ,heard feet *
verdict revoked Reavls tried
disturbance Is in was was g
of the present shock
e ''WAi was paved for the higher ire made:of dyed shantung silks. cannon. On th. same day laughingly '
or near the city caDnot'7et be told: and,sent to prison. for along. term. In .'wind and twice ,aa far .ull'
education of woraan by the early suf A 'Dneltr"matertaJ: 'is'' a very fine adds Town Topics,the official news Maximilian Harshall a wealthy weather When a. herd Is moving -
though the report. so far received
trragtatawho began' In 188 to ask forwoman's eeeda mliture with orange pinstripe of the surrender of Turkey was announced meagre along the crackles from .
.. Indicate this. If It I.. San miser', 'was found one day' In his colItel
political t equality; and by unnlng through It. and seriously impaired the Francisco Is In' danger of future dis wretched room dying ,and carried to their hoofs '' a volume. of low,

.1i8S,';;when.'woman's college education While cloth of the most supple make ,effect: of the eloquent speech of the asters. ,. a hospital.: At once he asked thai bis' continuous sounds.

;really D in this country they,had and trimmed with Venlse lace noble lord, who wu'requeltect to be If
or Irish the In the study of adopted daughter might, sent for. I object this Is doubtless the
.It Is experience T.
IV fCompletely; altered pubUo opinion- injregard has'"been adopted for dinner gowns.. take a seat on bench, No. 23. earthquakes duetto fault .movement On her arrival he told her that he had I .. as that t>f the, whistling of a i

,, to womenTbis"'I. There, are many "'.hOWU, : that the slipping!may extend through ten her all his wealth-over It.300.- whistler's wing or the twlterln&of

{ la one-third,. ,of:' the entire student this season though the plain chiffon t THE DOCTOR'S WIFE a period of days .bef retbestrain Is, 000. Breath was failing him fast but birds. migrating by night

''' body la higher ouucatlanal':la- broadcloths. are. In the vanguard of '....-_ VTUIt'aim Abo t .: ".d?. fully relieved. This was Illustrated after a abort pause he began. to, speak "

/adtatlous In the united States. aahion.' I '--1. .In the Yakutat bay earthquake, which again in low unbroken whispers. He Oldest Woman In the World.In .
Thai Individual college woman 'audthose A tr.lned1lDr.. ssys: *:?In the practice of where *
revealed the secret
Both the' water-blue and natural lasted 17 days. Therefore It need not had not a refuge for th'e aged In Madrid -
In women's 'clpbv who have ofmy profession 1'have'! foaw1IO', Ms
;fir J bonds orcash hidden.
were there Is now a who ,baa
shantung silk are ,being lIt.1Urted for be surprising If the shock of yesterdayla WOI.a
("been. awakened to a Hue'of civic.- many points In fa.or'of GrapeNuts'food Search "'
useless and
/ proved thepoor
simple .hort, waists ,with soft cambric, followed by others, but thla Is not claims to being the oldest of her
;;' eponslblllty: and ,who try to obtain that I unhesitatingly recommend for minute went hank .ex
embroidered turn-down .collar andrutta. / an absolutely certain conclusion for it, girl, wealthy a In the world. Se IB an Andaluslan.
...hwi: to save little children'front worlc- ....; It to all my patients.It . \ Is possible! that.the slip com .to work for IS shillings a week. and was born Grenada in She,
single .
; -
;hie'cruel ho,,rs In cotton mills or to -t Is delicate and pleasing t<* the 1711
lilctefy relieved the strain for the has lived In Madrid for 103 and
Borne of the summer white embrotdired : .al
"Gpea summer gardens ;for homeless palate (an essential In,food for the sick Too Previous.It has beenthe mother of
-jlfttle'waifs ,on'the,streeta fcf .. great gowns; Inlet with fnnerUon' ofValenciennes and.can be adapted to all'ages,' being ,time. ,. Immediately twenty-one
after GeorgeFelled children all of '
was whom
flounces and med&tllou., Some day-no one can tell when ) are dead,
ffCltr\ : ;are being driven. Dr.:Thomas d..cI.'to .* softened with milk or creaia for babies "
f. -veritable works of art and the strain'wIll again need relief and the tree, and while hewas yetrendering though them lived to a fairly''
are costlyriUxal mo.t.o
the whendeficiency cf teeth
.- demand a vote for the Bake. er. agrd "
what would happen when old ./ .
: renders mastication Impossible.: For renewed slipping 'will occur and with ( ar' nothm em.clteel'. ,
of the they try to ,. ,
wrongs .. right
his father around and the
came saw or
of the } wom.n.TI. .
It repewed the cadae.
shaking crust
A yokeof Renaissance fever patients or those on.liquid diet I z .

_ ,I'"t< 'bruit for the Complexion.' looks soft and fine for a theatre gown, find Grape-Nuts: and albumen water violence of which will depend upon .tump., skin has a healthy) ';
,Tbt.lrec1pe''o. the amount of slipping ''It Is a necessary "It, la up to me to make some sort .. Is color In the cheeks, and her
II thin enough for comfort and Is gen ,v.rynourlsbing and refreshing. '
> ,>,: A. every''woman desires, to have'acomplexion email.?:'preferred 11'to the"low-snacked ..... Idea; and la made os result of mountain growth* This. or explanation," mused George. eye.Is ..Ul"clear and bright 'The .
should y
eD04: she rememthatlths' dazing penslveljc;: at the .!fallen surgeon charge of .,
instance la but of thousands
; one many
gown In. our smaller American' cities.. follows:: Soak a teaspoonfnl of Grape, '
fier : benefit to' her akin, from \ tree: 'and then,at 'Uttle hatchet she may still, live a considerable time
Mind : unearty Nuts In a glass of water for an hoar"' on record, and from all accounts ,nprarently hit .
Lace Bilk' in
I.'not. *r.u..4
'. -ut:. eoametta Or- lotion to, be '
( not of the greatest mag George heaved ,a sigh and muttered: 1
,strain and with the beaten white" one
r ;;,eo.aparM-ith that tbe given by,the Uiual proportions this season' ;"for ezLmple -'' 'Of an en and lerve a spoonful of fruit Jnlce7';, nitude.' It has attracted our attention '"I should have Awaited' about a'oenury : *., The"Growth o Children., M
w t>fruit. _This should be eaten asa & ,,we may see ,pn* gown of, artk and half. Then could have Until the ,
This affords deal because It happened to be near a great : a ( of, eleven or twelve fr'
or flavoring. a great ae
: staple article of dl.t,,and not, aa:a with) a. lace .overdress, landr, the\weit'I'IOae'
aid the .blame the lumber trust"Reallaing toys are and
' : :Of Boarlihment that even the weakest centre of population, and not far awaytrom he.l.than girtsrhea ;

?3nxnry or delicacy, silk Dlrectolre., solace coat or net gown;, with;, stomach ean. ':.assimilate jrprtbout| any,, habitations, aa was the case with , ,however that ,he was the girls for Jext few yeah'r

',Oraaes and apples are among the : distress - the Yakutat Bar earthquake, which! ,born too soon for, that ,George de: .ur the boys both in weight 'and
.. 'Itienaof"trnltL.an4these! A tiovel''arranement of. the front ." ilded that he would have-to:make ; but the
ttao.tnu; "My husband is a:. pbyslcian'and 1 ,be .scarcely notlcedU<< a boys soon overtake ri
',: U arras ,with: even the,, most fullness of a bodice is to gather It be- mses Grape-Nuts himself and orders It Coming ao soon after the eruption of 'clean breast! of, It aDd pass ,them. 'The ID ot'non-laboring -'

__ .. ......? jA, baked aweet apple' with low' a'crescent-shaped,piece;'of coat, 'many times for his-patients.Personally Vesuvius It'Is natural to think of a*:; i -- X parents a taller and heaviernan ,' ,

Is both,nutritious aDd good for mating material .placed Just' above.he :" X regard dish of Grape-, 'sedation between the two'pbenotrienn.TUore -North Country EnglandCustom.. ., those of laboring The 1
-in..' ;'.tn..ben1..lUich ;:the r bust'line.leaving( wide fpace'atthe Nuts with' fresh or stewed fruit as the ... however' .no:known:geologi/ In the north England, and.;espe-:; leads of girls are a little rnder than ;

_ 't))1, i std and. _.....-large percentage middle!,frontt\:quite/plain,,' If ,Of, \ Ideal?" breakfast for/A", 0Di,wen or, cal'.IOIa"for..I CIaUaC the twtidThey'are' '!ally. Cumberland,and lAacaiiilre.L .. thou': of,' boys, and always .little l '

A.--"; OrasfMhri;. asn .I '. Inferte ID terWa.,;the"crescent. should, sick. Name'glveub1,1rostun'toBattlereek. ; : too far apart; and 'on. two' ) large bowl of'rum"'buttet. Is aade aUel.. it' .been' found tatchfl. '
gaist'r'dlsrr' tmm be of'embroidery.. ft SI ,rf .(. WMStr/ % "fJ..rlt teparate series of earthquake 'frequen before tb.l, birth. .of child:, It la Iren grow but Uttle fm or'
and ..couple f of organ .PirrN/has 'declared that's wait.. t Isto i any case of stewseb troabeaaer.vousprost | .-- "cy. 'Fot.tbeae'reasons,, they:ese'hard- made from,b .....D.UCU'I\ :worked"": ,Into NOIb t the end \March j aDe "

___' _I- hnaUaat, -wUl eWakarrtlL" ....? itlU '"be.Jlrmt- &Y'OrttaL; aad then,. Uon or ',bralnjfag'ayld: ;)lrVe'.:ympatheU of( ologlsta'WIU.I' as much,,,butter. :will'.absorb ,It aadjlav i , lacru .' In''weight from J-
) e : : wItIt'lis..oleteaq'1"for'l. days'.. trlal.of.Grape.Kuw."IW: !,:work" feel| confident; agree that the Blow ye.3aUonb.tweea >red .with nun and nutmeg. Uarch 'August'and, 'IDce.mall .

Vpo L pfCee' from MNatFT4 'w.-+she ,Ja<..atMua>;nhM; .aent Sorer; : ';'aasden'towardnoueisblmg: ': and ."'; the eruption: Veaiviuaaad -, Tha-mother of the child 1.IJlGW'ed'to 17,1; ,weight and little' ,, frojr. ( ",,

MId ' t '''''tIt Allytslesow.noh ) EaaMatatlBC laoeaMaa. ,wtttau;!,the k'ooIort building,' and,III '.atl 'wa*..ndlag<
as rbe tote'coettrlved W-Wesae,.>of:.........' trouble., a"11+ire'sr .'reason.' ."",and, trial; from thestaadpobit of time la a ise-la tor'tbeentertalnment'of: calUrs'whon ., ." I'' it1'' **" nT* t e

et"*. WtiW Breach'blue.,waJeb'.fcee e, ,lents: !. # t''I i il" !.:;; V. " mere co.cI eDC4I.''"The'ahock.ftI'1 atone > :' 'drink ,the health of.tbe .cu.' ",The' t' rlt.'t'the'd i"i",,

akin of raw fruits ahould ,ionorav 'with'the embroidery; ,done;:fat, l: took In, pkga.ff40tbo: | 'famous UtIle. ,. of.many; la'the history of California iomer'and eat;blsenlta spread,with n dateji'bk,1 reb1c and \.

.fir ten. Stale fruit tQ1aM 'wbtt.y, the twO being.'on...,the.. same piece. .- ., r ,,Look. '17., B W.lhUla. ),''''' r; ,,;;l ; it IB' pose out of,.many; la the gre T rum butter.Food" FandCooker;,. 'f'I.f 'II BI pifft he-.wortd.L.'
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Ec d 4r, a"\life-determining- prloclplc: ."tS 1t, i" P' WIN: "will nerer.lsJbOw......:... ;-WOULD-.HAVBATISPIBD. .,JUWV.... 1..0... ..... ""h V.... 1 4k
-&MIlO PE1
. /-oio ft All MIL
\ AaHJttktiketk. Mi sis. he" iip JievTVTk I.. l Clreumetantlal' mVMene that *.....lyWa l..... ... .-.tDOilr. be ,
nf' :: .
mf"ffA"sctt tIIe.Blbl.apt; follow ,'t..ww. ftdeifcious breakfast food Is until 1 a ,,.,
lilt 4'f paM I
ta penalties
grewi,r 4.laknowledjt . i. ', Most Cenclualv'. | add* to long 1 A C dw i
: : IJkgrowts MnL orbit
lArit.Y.: fltNO N Bt, must be galnod Individually;: prey iwre'e teri',1' ,', .An. eitraordlnary story; is'tolL 00.-' wy'ta* community> ;'.for the miens: of STOMACH CATWMHLss .

REV, OR. ALLAN.D6UCLA* CARLILE.ChrtiUma You cannot know suotlier's ku wl''dm' eernlng .-t.e.loeat.f. Indyfs' recent" adventure KvUlawthm.: V' I

9. Any more than you nut vo to1' )waxen' . ..with;a .vappoeed ,,burglar aad There to. *fm wtous for the.*nrlll j jyarrolUik :

'Ir, on another's fsllh. home years HBO l% Its. surprlslnjc sequel Two, manid Ums.ot the young woman i i ,d

.aw.eli Gv.wlb.. I a theological''Baralnstir young maliw..j DfPtHCESWHEAT couples occupying adjoining houses, at th* esdsas**. ... pips. "Han you I

1. I' --.-- f I-: ,, I |gelsteamlued.-1He'Not'alonlc were'on very friendly term; and one BBMMdT". "Jut.w/a a laa..**. awn

K Brooklyn' N. 'T..-Tb Rr. Allan I 'we i'saUl one of ties examiners caked 0. .. . lady informed;Jth* other that : fa be gtaais : to aab hiss.u, tatr-

J '. :-Douglas him a certain question which/took% blnby O LTs husband were { .. ., to .'good oUV' .toonly ,
Carltl D. D.. who" bas- re1 > surprise. H* could not answer la PLAE' . to. spend h* evening *trg a ); -
R 1 etvd a unanimous alto the pastor,I big then state of.mlncL. If h* had beenasked at the opera house. The lady delayed tried. ' ,
MFi ,|." of Throop Av nu' Presbyterian/ ;, suddenly his age be could not her departure to meet, her bus-' Tier* Is 'nonenowovrWr, theman

m. '.J(Jbareb" ln-this borough made have told It At last oa the question FOOl band., and put ,the poker in ,the .fir or Woman'who shrl.h,1...o. the

!5:! In*>y December the death of Dr. Louis Bay ne&Dt'j' elng pressed. be said: "I believe what to make It bum brighter 'Just M. receiver' and ,make.'himself or ,bee

r last preached for the rrebyterlan Church bel1e eL" He she "withdrew" It red-hot she beard! : self perfectly ...alateli.IM. t* the M-
tint t the '
congregation of that church '
I'? I did not p.... It will not pau '"". someone 'trying' to.Open the trout toner ....,. til* rnlladelpaia.Pr***.
,,8uDlfaJ'monaJq. H* Is now the pastes the ideal food for a1f
,There are some tbjngs like that In the dasscm the
: door. may' I be eoatdrd -
K< ef th* Tabernacle Presbyterian Church I Going down noiselessly she A. business man -
church far too.' serious to be funny.
*\ tn Plttsburg Pa. where h I highly aw a man's hand through the letterbox \h* subject, ....
*.,, I Boch'.as going'to tbe->p.t*.r time after, l'CSu1t'or.y'e&rS..of InyeaUgattlori. :I an prt ,
RX> esteemed. 'The subject of his discourse time and askiag "l* this Tlxhtr "U aperture,. 'with .an ,..tngenloualyoontrired ; 'taa-Uaat n* transact moat ot.MsJKwW "

I*, (was"Christian Growth." Ills text was i that man's position correct?.' WhereIs piece of' wire with which' aa* tarouO' the tlphays: that

ft f* II., Peter1lll8. : "But grow in grace and; that spirit, 'that guldeth Into 'all 'IO.cata''' jxzckmgm.' the person was trying' pull back the. there was DO. csj.ty w *tvr for
'' ,
FU la tb. ot
tnf. knowledge our Lord and Sa : truth 1b aN grooms spring'' catch of th* Jock.- In..' Instant putting one's mouth! near tbd'eoeivernor 1 .
Iser. Jesus Christ. and be said: I Ila. What are you doing to advance the. she applied the red-hot poker to : ;
Ip ,the Greek tile article I* before the i iDIOa Presbyterian Chnrch or.our name'' 10 tor houtlag. -
rr in both "Grow In the the 'man's hand rubbing it all over.' "la order to be heard distinctly one
eases: grace :
His by development Ba*. .
name. own .
.IvdeCroes n Deep
** your The hand was withdrawn with 'an: vole.
low .
if and the knowledge. Grace Is (defined : A danger, today lies la believing in the BtxMtM speak U a very r
W .theologically and abstractly, as "God's I wrong or error that'' mat be !in our ftpIDk Ohrof..the New York: agonizing cry of pain. Tb. lady greatly . .words 7 iab G1c1. of course 1 be distinctly

U loving favor: unmerited b,'ms." Tee 'creeds. I* there anything in them that flssum of Natural History baa been I frightened .by the Incident rushed annunciated and the III* usdaa

ape.cldc" ought to be eliminated? It la a great wrtMng'.* oat. the bird of England Into ber friend's house next door >for, ) U ODe war addressing a'dent pr- BrooItJra.Hive:J&Ii.0rrfea/ 801 Myra. A._* ...

peril ton think that all truth is in our wkl h he Had n*** numerous but of .assistance. Then she was more astonished ecMo"21e..4.r'h.. oomMood' receiver "..ierwwo.Y.hdwdeesi'.i..est_
\ and, for our purpose this Morning may creed and that what is not written' fewer specie than tbos In this.conn- than ever to find her friend transmitter .la genera or rvlarr, .,. aN ......... after
HJ be taken a the nm total of the graces there 1*' wrong. For that atop advancement and .. JT.Mr. .
of annotating the terribly burned hand
only one ... JUtI with
outaraaIT'oar.'b. eagle
try beheld at such letdiritla .
> that make up Cbrlafs matchless,chsrc and Is a check to oar progress of her ashould t.\ 1. .....
aster, our development la Christ's like.Si la .Christ's knowledge\ sad trace buadreda of varieties- la ommon to husband.-London Mall. that tao-jt&ptoce.' : It below the chin ebtea6ser 'grat.M. onus'-wloo .... bus

ness, and not by the acquisition of new end means declension-los*. Christ toth> ooaDtri.A. -. The message should I b* spoken above kai.i' : cI'I,; nay
K> by a growth of those with. taught. the truth and dld.not formulate . ''wrttor la the. Lesion Outlook She Wanted to B* 4wr*. and several Inches troni, the. mouthptoo '.0' r.ret..,- .r'

a In us already received. Growth. nor- It. The apostle enlarged upon It te points out nat no birds CNN deep "John." asked his wit M a* wan and not Into It '

jl mal l growth Is necessary to health: if meet the need of tbegrowing church! U asurow. ..**,> Tb*,narrow tteglnntac to dream that b* had patanted uVephoo. box*, '.where i writ : HJ.."BewMmaa- Oeklaadlleb.' .. '7
.1-en "la: public *
5 life be checked it serious malJ the, fathers, truth waWed :
early systematized ImpaaslbU to something and mad* a. mUUon\, "
... Ma r atratts) are the old-fasaloaed mouthpiece U used, 1 be.... wrHing toy' *ke-a*
ady.Christian maturity nothing Into creeds. And it went ondownfrem "
: so '< front door'?" eickn catarrh of tb .... wbtssi
belie a did leokthe mar M, .
bids tl eugb the North you but dagr- *
ta short of Christ-likeness. This w* have the time of Constantine to the It U not only unnecessary .1 Jiad over y*.r ago.' '' ., '" :
not ;yet attained; until we d* there can Renaissance, until we found the truth highway for th.Qe4wlta' pass 'Tea.1'he. ova to pot the mouth da**', to the :'Tbr p..l* who toW SM' IL ,
( b* ,no nacre Important question than: not by ecclesiastical dictum but In effect from th* Mil* 'to-tb* shores of N'taUt. pantry window's opent" trsamlur.' which Is, as a iul*.' ladea 'world not stay cured' \bet I am Mr* the. *

Are w* growing at" a normal rate? It was the.same. I have seen old >oagb, MfgbAorIng Glands laaa "No taint I abut It' with I am eared, for I de not feel SOT.mar flk,

r Are, wo better than oar fathers 1* people: so under the domination of aiwblptlaco may show no common "Hurry down and tara-of the gas g'erms'- _. ..vTh .elects: hav a oo4..petite. .sad'am''*.*- -

F the Church today better. than the their ecclesiastical commentator that Btor*.. rm almost'sure. Hulda forgot na- I ting fmt ,.
f Church of *," "'' 'Bo t.*... *ad Iwffl say' to :an.. I sea'' i
with tile possible exep- aural for good. .
(> Apostolic day Perhaps yeu'doubt the what b has. baeai
taught. A dloovry"
bed. portentous : "I flbaak klndaee*. ffi'1
t possibility of such a thing. .But mark Bat aa I read the alms of the rim $ oy.tnttAAbydtff.rnt" are stirred to 11"e' all right. I looked." mad la a building; sd by the Brit- "JP r .. was bed. :ie fcow** s...
*f BOW It grew from Pentecost to-John. the church today Isen, the eve of an causes; wind "NO ,Association, I * Itiremt"...>* o.. ..
,,, and them remember that we have the advancement in the knowledge of I waathsr. food th. bullylhc of. parent ;"You dldnt fasten th* side s ren. lab. Women's Temperate : Catarrh of the stomach'IsaUo' U-

t< Sam things before us cull undone. ,We Jesus Christ unequalled\ la ber history.* 'and. other bird. Birds of prey drive door Go and hook It or' It'll flap. all T* vrybodys horror a chocolatebox exit pu-Une a* dyepBJB, .1IIr

\\r have tbe.same spirit of God 4e guide Ton and 1 want part In that ''I know off their young. Martins Soy familiar night and keep us awake. ,WM found w&lcfa. 'smU of whis : and indigeetioa/iSMMsa* WM' 6.

f us. _d. w* have bad 1800 year more some of my ministerial Brethren do not have built '8 all right I hooked It." key. w., wr not *.*" -whichw be of any pcmtaaeat"benefit jwept' "it'S*! ,
.time. _Would It so read they listen t. the jarring **; uooeeslv raven wodd hate move. the catarrh. .
Dot.ratbel'"erJoa.lJ' reflect "John Prttchard get up quick.Don"t deeply regret, a. It r ,
fc. upoo 'u. if we had not..advancedupon voices 6f-toKlay: "Down'Wlttr the"B1ble. -- on-Uv same-Idg .for-a,century.. know that! .n.ha"-:1: be abie'to'go provided a new and thrtlllTn: .n atloa . _. A Great Toaiol: _ _L'J'
Lop oft: after lump and give Th longer passages are 'only mad you '
them In the days'of Ahab. Ibo lamp the, blame ll .- Autin M. BmalV 4 Astoria.. ,
that WM
love in which Is land to sleep tonight unless you go and --but WI gather write 'Curing tb hot weather of '
darkest: period in.history. Elijah want- us a mighty principle. over shallow seam that once wr *: ;
JI.. ed to die because h. .wee no-, batter but a sentimentality.. That is not what and wbn once a Journey Is mad thoIIMIDOr7' look around to see whether you' bare thrown upon the, maker- the purehaaar p al __1'-1 lott my app r t*. 1'"
Chan his fellow God mearbs. We are At the headwatersof to enough to urge a at forgotten omethlng! My goodix remal&UK remft,. Ladi.. cannot ' Persia, and found it pleasant to take, nit!
1t. In the church, as In nature, ther Is a a mighty, flowing' rI"er.,whleili. yet Tb change of home then sa, if* a wonder, you haeD'4rlY aa-w.o agreed tere and. should be pleodid .appetiavr sad a great toGio." "

'" twofold growth: On from without bubbling and nss not become deep and rptttton. Inherit.ed en m*.Into nervous prostration lone agreed everywhere, always'uk whmt U

jj." and the other from within. From without calm and still. ,. Bat It will and when beoome not a faahtoa but'aa befor WI,."rClcaco.JLeoot'4.n.r&1d.. chocolate oonUln It W the bound- %; ,.u tsv'Wm r
i the development of what I call cor- It does we shall have more truth/not habit aii duty of a onfectloner.,:whenever "L/ '

vat, puratioa.ln numbers aD.4ln wealth and 'e...-'Be sure of'"that. ,Our creeds i?; .
looks though
h* sells to a Udy-who, at ., .
1""f in the consequent Influence upon the ought to ptller'ap In themselves all Disappearing Forests. Pennsylvania, Ralroad disclosuresare
iit' world which It has gained In'the same the truth thatis la Christ Jesus per AaooiaOon making President Casaatt believe see might b.longto"the Brttlth Wo- BANK DEPOSITs
Dumber $5,000
way and maintained for the same rea DetuaUF.jfalt.. He gathers no in Him;, The National Hardwood ta that everybody but father worked-thecoal' men'. Temperance Aiaoclatloa.' to' ...R.raraFali'.NgloornEn. ...,....
!self tulneas of tbe godhead bodily at Its recent meeting ,that the oiBp.r4atCpM.Vn .
c 1 eon a* any other world power. The Inward mines observes the Baltimore point out gently but firmly, p1.aaAdtAmaYAsus1iIsscou
" 1 growth ia development from the ." Their confusion Is like ayuszepicture :: Memphis adopted report that proeertt.d dioeolat ah* proposes to buy lanotfre : >> / .
from which some pieces are fb1UU.I of the dacntctton *- _
beart'/!Outward; growth of character the dire po from alcohoL l'I'eel.o4 fully
j and necessarily, a'growth of Individ- lost It Is your duty and mine to find 'of.tIlo forests in' ie ort'I..ou' 1>1_par. w* absolve the owper of the box In
veal character' The development of the the pieces and put them In their proper period oftgrty-five ,.an. It was eattmatd > mamaUy.nrdby Dr.KUnc'i Great Nerve that
but would point oat .
church, la character only through the places until oar creed becomes a per In the IU torr. *I trial bottle aad UwUs tn.. oaeatlon.,
'' development ef the Individual charac- fect pen picture of the God-man.' When that there now.stood Da H.B.BUj.,i.d..MlAj httt..PMU..P.. her. fellow membsrs'appeaf to bare rA

(-. ter. For the church to like other corporations It does, w* shall have a creed on which Dnlted States In'tbrneJghbornood of : Ignored a rather obrlou duty In the
'' ; it has no character apart every lover of the God-man will stand ,ln .OOO. O.OOO feet of lumber. but DaM swiftly JIBS no blrtbplao train.' .su wseborn,, clreumitanee 11101' should hare

|k from Its members, and it depends npon comfortably.. It will be that way In that; feet of lumber was, on a moving banded together, with a flag it *PCMalbV -'

T the perfection of each several memberfor heaven. It shall be that way on earth.. being out Try year" Th'report re- Kn. Window's Soothing Syrup for Children. .., and paid a visit of denunciation
Dont want hand In that How t**thlngestte.stbeawmareduo.lefamma.Uonallaya
it* perfection. One. yon see 1* yon f .commended the Immediate prohibition ,..a...r.*wind ootO.Mea bottle sad protest to the wicked onfectlon.r,
f growth in bulk:, the other In. characterone Not only for your own sake, but for ezamptldn from'tax. "
of log exports and and the still more wleked'1D&DIIfao.;
the world's sake and the church' sake."Grow '
of the corporation of the corporation Bank of England note coat a half-penny '
In grace and In the knowledge *. ot,tree plantations.: Attention turer.:-St. .Janae Gauss '
* Indeed; bat only by .the growth apiot praduee. :
i>, ,ot the individual and one 1* the reJH of our Lord and Saviour. Jesus Christ." was called to the derirafclllty of State -
Bowl Simply by'the use, of the legal enactment along the last U*. American criticism of patry"lays 'j
building of the temple of God., One IByOy ,Cut Out,. the tee,Water. ':
the progress of -kingdom ot God means of grace which Christ Instituted Wad *om* constitutional: provision" by the' London Academy?, ."1. % One 'which people may wise
by ;
for that very purpose: by the public effect plant, that. has not yet 'fuU, blossomed , way '
*JUt "wherein w* have a citizenship and the the general Government of like over ,
their rood
slice tram
ft'other the progress., of the kingdom of ministry of the Word by print Intercourse Mention was made of the custom. pre- ; there will .be'-' more of'It In' ly cut a small
which with Jesus by your right use of the plump Ice' bllU .la::to quit ;drinking
i God la within you. The first Frano 'requiring' a'tree course another hundred years Products
[ "rave read. ef constantly the strand we the Word of God. by those,.ctiviUes galling In '40wu.- or'so.** Ice ...tar.. . ... .
hear ef rarely. The last to the'most (01"-wbleh. you find channels not onlyin to be planted for TTy tree eat t It.. u unec1ooullo' tit cool off toe .....n ,.. yeoIL' -
important and the Jess continuous la tbe church but out of It every day. -from' Daily. . Consular and Trade B* teterrk .. c..... fcuman machinery by floodtoc. one' ....- c:........--....

t. this our day. I do not wish to be misKf whereby your spiritual muscles and porta. .... With oat, Arrueinon, a*.Uty seine Infernal wKh. Ice'water' as Itwould .! ....
-understood. I glory In the outward sinews .-are developed a* your physicalones -- : teach ta* nest of tk. diia* Oatarrhlaa .._.. .J N 1r ae/bendP.n : .
are-by use. : blood or eop.tttuWnal-"irtnrt.:and in oed- be lo oool off 4 hot tore by daaWa
L' growth of the church and tile .
done mightyworks H* lIewth.;\ *'a...... to anUt von' mast &&keliaU' internal rasiraea. cold water 'on It.- Wfcter freek fMetlM -.r- ajl Bj-tfc miNdMI
H for Christ the world, but % 1
Uatajrrh Our ls taken IntenaJJtr andotsdlreatiy
man' the oth-. 4Ml better. *.d
all our work mean nothing beyond the A. Prayer A Kenwood consented! on the Ne 4aa4.uoft fa.00&
EL* (whitewashing of the outside of the eep- Lord. I know not what I ought to ask .r day to go to the millinery department Hall's Uatarra Oar Snot! a'qs.ek person tfcaa ware! In*.'..'fJMtV. ..

f'ee vlchr.i savs only in so far-as they are ef'-Thee: Thom only knowest what I for the purpose of helping his It was piMorUwd by One of. its best er.. Th. 'lea waUr haMfc ,*sw 4 M @ :

the natural and Inevitable evidence of need Thou lovest me better, tblln I wlf;;decide on a bat. After much .eiaas Ur'prescription ta this country:Xt-a for,.*.ompod.., and to ot a"the r- the 'American peopl*:a,lot.of barns' ;

i the working of a God-Ilk ebar.eter..Ar.1F' know bow to love myself. 0 Father trying on the lady decided pa two bMttoalas known eomUnwl with th* Us*. The (sU-rery of BOOM:folk to,Ice water .

.. growing In character at a nororal give to Thy child that which he himself hate from which to make her'seleo. peed pmrtflus", acting dlretly oa tb* ..n. would be, if ,wasnt m1itC!
r rate W know the: standard know m.ot.hoW' to ask. I dare not ask onssartso TIt4I.-tMt eombtaatioa ;:
a Uon. On o'tbm ... 'Ho',the other i. Tn oonrJDKHUon of
aTh tngt.
Christ It the) parable of the tare the
wait wen
gave either for crosses or:consolations; I Incradteata is produo* M ?
' # ""Dd the wheat; tare and wheat grow simply present myself: before Thee I, $1'R4ow.I woa4erftl.-u1ta" uitng. atann.. mead water U extravagant, exonalre. ,UJurtoufc ,El LftwX,d4oJ* .

"c Ing aide by aid, bat farther and fur open -my heart to Thee. Behold my k o rt ttsenl.l.'nw.F. Hartford Times.Gold .
ly. /. On_az Co., Prooa Toledo,Q
.ther apart. 80 are the church and th ,
need which I know not myself; see Bold f 6c.
by pries.
world growing together bat more and knd do according to Thy tender mercy two you would advise me to;Ire&." 1 ak* drag\:y flits for aoasUpatioa Oro':s.nad. ALSBY Co.41SWrrtFfrfljHi
more unlike until. the'uve.t At sowIng Smite or heal depress me or rats m* Then' she put one on after the Ola* The Eastern Railway of Mexico will : .
tmeeven. was, not the-41Yldlolt Dp. I adore-all Tby purpose without Prof., W. H Bchofleldls is preparingtwo .
: and him to dew her from
line clearly marked? I* It so today knowing them: I am silent; I offer my- ''in er permitted'each side and from behind.Well. .' snore Tol'umes of,, "Uterary. HI-, t* ballast with co&4'ON. between : St.,AtIHh. Ate,
If not it show of character oh T KCO and Bio' Pvartota distance
chang self I
In sacrifice: yield myself to Thee; tory of England to complete the ' '
one-side or'the it? would have no other desire than to ., ni ,toJ1'1Oa.. h* *..4, at cedes which Stopford Brook, Professor -' of S70 mU... This ballast Nick U ob- .. .

'. Yon ask; Is not this spiritual' development accomplish! Thy ", SU., Teach me ''to laC"th- oil you' had on first.looks Balntabury and Mr. Goose tamed from! the gravel iMd adjacent. F. '

-II.i& of. so subtle a character that w* prey Fray Thyself-in me.Amen,-' to m* as If It might be more stylish have already eontrtbntad.MMHMHMM to the new( line of the road. "y
"11"" an hop for its ,continuance even Francois d* la Motba-Fenelonu. ' and all ill&!. but the .* oDd one MMMM VMMWMM.3 Repeated aaaays 'bav shown that ... Ltsaa
tA'thoaab.. not In ourselves
; recognized: or
'" others How can there b* chang of ..._*.f H_......... make you look mach yoanger. man TORTURED WITH, ECZEMA. tbe. ballaM runs upward: of t> In gold
'.'I(!. ""character without a 'corresponding' What was the secret' of'such a one's you do In the other. \?' to the ton. About 4(00 teas of rock .-

'to change of life Look back to the sowIng power What had she.. done? Absolutely B* .:had wasted an hour. bat b* are need to the taHe. makln.. ie' aS "ff

time when to1 cross'the-dividing saved .|..-Chicago Rerord-Hsrall. Tes.eadens'Wh/ag O..Wae e..7 value of the cold $ each mile .. .
y.' nothing but radiant smiles .
f!. i -.....Joe<< oats .l d-weada.- ua0 .........
life meant' martyrdom. We have aharder'task beaming good humor the tact of divining ....:Care g.. ..... of 'road, or IS.4SO.OOO for the S79 "
107 ../
t'. to perform than any martyr what everyone felt and everyonewanted A Oarmaa- Medical ..., mile. The cold' raluea la 'the rock' Engines Bailers'
had who died for Christ There '"Lat year X scoff*r.d ''tih a trasndoa ,
are told that the bad got out of pjjyslclans. In Germany propose to not sufficient to make It a mining; ,
are j
. hundreds hare t -aT'who would do self and learned to think of others; so and night between itching on ny back which grew worse and. Saw'MIII/
that It I.not hard to die for Christ: that at one time it showed Itself by Avid the day won uatfl Ik spread over tb. wool body, proposition, but pasaencers win rid s, .
w: bat I tell .100',It is hard to live for sweet words; at another by smoothing them. Thy object to, being -"object and only sty lace and band were fra*. Tr the ,moat r lua *'pleee.of bah AND KINDS

.t fcl.\ Christ; to plod on day by day on our an Invalid's pllloWj') at' another, by, to the call of their;;patients at any For four months or so I suffered tondcnU, lasting ,In the worUv Texteo.corresvpondenc ALt OF MACHINERY

L nnberolc way persistently, consistently soothing ,s sobbing ..chllo. None bat '''tear of !the twenty-fouc. ',The patient and I bad to scratch;emtch. scratch until 'San Fr&DCtChro. .c-.WI..ccrrW..JW. ...
L living with God tn 'this world. And she saw, tho th1-;L .'Done but a is not to be'l*ft Jn the lurch bo...* .- I bled.< A*' night when I went to: bed '. IMMXVIATM XUrXT.: )r.: .

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' tcharacter that ,will enable yon to dow the secret of her heavenly power.Barn's .- attendance not to b* vp .scratch= toy body aU ever until The Wilt Wfor'o.tijotw: r
medloal pones.
00 ,
: I could be aad'seta 1 suffered din are using regularly, as their ml
% that and you may. let the works take ,Homv. was non aa *
f cr.uia.uoct.TJ1e German doctor pro etc.. befora '. '!'
btl7ll1..C' .
r cart! of themselves. ..; . ,, '; suruetattng'pain.'' They told me and book'of deTotton.. the) manual of ,
? Justice'to
t'. ? :?bat question comes- : "What Is' the .A. Hwrt Throb* poses *a'a matter of- simple that I was snaeriag from coma. Then the third order of BC: Francis: and

us? ''Does not the catechism: say-w. mbst1' themselves, a day of twelve hours. I mad up my mind that I weald ees the It U openly ..ald' In the army: out
*. riot to be .0 glorious God' relieve m, night and day shift, ands Cutioara Bmdies. 1 need them according ?
p are going perfect In this life. spirit with Thy gruciousness. Take This means there that some day,they may' alljoin
t but will be when w* 41.1'I.Wh.t tI thenaer" doctors need 'Vest' tie same as to inatmctloBS, and very won indeed YuoU"RNOTE': ;
from me all tediousness of spirit ana Rom In a'body.? .
I continued untilVeil
\ death angel summoned 'othef $:uman being, and can do their I wes greatly '
... give m* a hop that shall not fall, a- and I ready to recommendthe 'I'
now am -
V->.-worthily( ;you in the todayIn presence of order-to Jesus evel'1iJ stand- desire of holiness not to> be satisfied .")>*st work 'only .when they< have .It,. ,Cntieura Remedies to any one ){.. JHICKS tW \
till It possesses a charily,that will alkvys chang proposed seems to be udearl1' '
thlne-tb.t defileth must be stripped off's. .' the Mary H.trg.r'Sweetwater, ()kJa..,' June aIllnAamedtilcenttxsaodeatrdsa con*'
babe increase, that I may turn .all ,,In'tit* lay Interest as In that 28, IIOI.-' '' ditions of the I
:Wbetwoutd there be left?. 'A 1* things Into mucous membrane Such asnasalcatirrhutirineatay3icaused
S ''perfect'but it-to religion doing all to Thy "of the profession.-Kansas City CURB +f''
only a perfect baby. : ,,
that when Thou
ahalt call
:I one knew a beautiful child-- the dw from; this dellclonsness\ Of employment me ,:] : Anounce 'of contentment Is I moro HEADACHES by feminine ills, sore throat lOre ,

{tight,' and joyof the household; but; I may pass into the emplojments of beneficial ,to ''a woman's complexionthan ...aa. oCOLDJaaw mouth or Inflamed 'eye,by.aiainly.
alas*. BIle grew.up to-the age of twenTy saint 'and angels, -whose work, It- Is, 'Bays,. Samuel .Merwtn In "Success a;cpund of cosmetics. 'es eh dosing:the atompch.-' "'- ; >; ;, --

,.. and was still a babe. A babe of "with eternal Joy and thanksgiving to Magazine .The .President's "irt&ck- .. .-.- bah Ma :But YOU surely can cure thaw stubborn
i three I* a child of promise;but a babe sing praises unto Thy mercies. Amen. rake" speech In spite of its fraj' and : VYaoiford'sUnitary ,affccUoas by, local treatment with' 's'ired'
'iteh .
:, of twenty.Is a monstrosity. ;:.And to rt" eared In 30 by '
.' not possible >that In the holy city ther -.Jerem.Taylor i 1 outspoken plea;for' hanesj jacrcllM* { Lotion never a.ue. cold bv l>rafajsw. Li LA N? tPaxtlnetToltet AntlMtpirJcwhich

art babe of three score years and_.tent ...... n....e ... *!'.__.. exposure of rascal. .high lmd'rucaJa K iJetcBoo.. Mail orders wtotd4TilU.prMnntly ind.Oiled' .Or. : destroys the djscas*germa becks.,
:whose only plies is among the chll- The ..wordtribulation" is derived, low was at onoe seised on "by the a4 t-a wattasaaa mTh.lwttitb Qe. discharge, stops pain and heals, the "
dies Would that *, i raScala. their its Hark Twain collect obituary poetryB ,-, '
: satisfy yon,? Mo?. from the Latinword trlbnlnm,, a and newspapers gleefully ltr.'Thfllt : ra...."o'nyr..glsi. lo4amm.tJooaawleaeu. : a fo.
;,. Thea-"Qrow in grace and In the knowledge threshing instrument,, by which the as U It )were a. defenaef sea has 8000 specimen.APMBw- ______ .A Bhorthuid Md rr.-leal ,Pax tin* represent the most successfullocal ,.,
of, OUI"- Lord and SaviourJesus Roman husbandmen separated the ,ond-tory work and porch climbing : Ja lull (b. Mm aid M bait the _v>< other : treatment for fmiaU Ills ever
L _Christ" But how Two things are' com from the chaff;.says a writer In Already the rebaUr and bribers and 111 In.'111...* Baaklebmr Cordial; It *0- .yet.m._ or!momr other r..vhool f.ii
W- :. Oece'NrJt"TJI. spirit of'God. ,our the Southern .Cress. and It. was often adulterers and respectable. grafters are ways aura BtoBaaeh aad Bowel /Troubles.Chlldr le.., rlT large OkMof....*.., to this fact.,jo cent at druggists. ?
:fihearts, and the knowledge of the truth J lTetblng. As DroggtaU ilea '
used by the Christian writers :
as Said
an Free
'Kg*"- a* It to In Jesus. Tb* spirit of God yo*> Image*for.vetting,forth a higher truth ''beginaiag..towalk abroad-with, th* i sad roe per hot-U.. .. I .. .. fig Trial Box
Kj* have; the*knowledge of the truth you and so-the trial and sorrows of..thisllftlir old smUe and to say.MAftr an, thl* ,. =!: mw rltij.'s..E Eye1ata'.: .., >II-! ,AJt'I'O C0. ....... rtes.

KT-; '' must acquire. '.For' It U .b$: the truth : "God's threshing instrument.*." .to s, pretty' good country and s pretty : .Tou may'feed a man brain food but 1

y that yon will be liberated;'by tb'*"truth* for-sepsratlng. ,, tn men. ;whatever ..tolight.1" 'good world. .40 IJ'OQ"eaDDOt 'supply the:brains. i( _ (AtaeJOt):::. )! ; .WII1JI.Imii:
.yon are! e :1 \ , : alnfa. poor 'and trivial from ----

K. Itt4s'-aot enough, therefor/> sayrK'f'i what S. good; solid and'tme-literally d
:UI know I have not the wheat tram the cbaS-stting them
tr. knovn 1.wm try ia dU better". .Xoc always .
for the heavenly garner. t<
_' '* do aa wella ;you-know. The ". iJ

troth ;yon know: jnaklog: ;yon You Look Prematurely Old
.') if"j c. .:' ....... .:: : :
K> ..d what you *r..1To! be'holy yo. must be ... t.. '
'.>'wlserj- to'-'be better'you'must"kaotr Goo a.*. ef heart 1* msa's brightest I
honor' -. noblest '
-acquisition.- to
more. for truth 1* not M thing yon can
"5 record.,In-a book or formulate in a that 'ray.,: of Divinitywhich. :dignifies' .
t creed. .!,Trnth to a grew living cbaraN bamknlty+ 11 i ....'Tr t+ .._{-- --. '" p4 ', 0* _W"y, pay h.M.Yr.,,, ',6ACRgQ, gitlR BUTORt1
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,With 1 r ltitwls' .t"w" ; ,ili I, .The waUt b..l'Ot.t.Ma It-, . I! ANNE SALOON: Orlando Fla,

R.poft.d i 'i 1c a U CrI11MA :f r .elf into tbe lime ilffht cay the Lake* Mod e&.&; :... give. J-. the foiluwttw desarib.d rode will loa act .t uhl&u-a t.M'. (' .nd ,
!! t : land New MloUter are. Denouncing ds.1 01 ,"ab A. D. le S. in trout 01 the Co.'O'$Hosaa door at Jta..",, CI'Qf'n abe aou.q' tilt 0.. .

..n1 A 11 lFtlfafn.e.l1 A: it, editor are 1 mildly crlUetlog U, ........sad atetoIff FlorMS or lID much thereof with<< u mar of swsksak... -.y. .....b psi t1e ssount due t.' ......., or ..... -. ,.. .-.- : .. :-
vast ad..u.a..l.
.... ra DP-'te k tM row. tour lyTo
: eranky employer In some lDtanoe .. .. '. .. ". FV
.; RailioApoalMll.sre'the'"prawathag' . .
.I road tapl0 baa ktfi a baa.>*prs.o( .uoauf saaNw d oapa"*' 0.. :are We declarioir mu.* ('ronfe that tt to muss inability go add ;, : :My Friends and: .- '

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.,. tt 111..only .......oq a* tO 'woo the anythloir diaoulon luminous of the or'tllumloatlDf peek-a-boo. to iii'I'I OWNER. II D1BCRiPTIbN( OF.u\\' r I :1 '.,.. '. \
and .
...I.h.. .* coup any a .depot I I. n?t yvt aBvuuid ip the rural dUtrlctiof I ai 1 tl '. F.A ,
tile <. foot. uur .
p\1oe..per MVM << '

."all b*q worth*,. Eight hundred lou Florida, and burled when at we It floating obwtved In tb denunciation * ... : "..J... ..:....r.. ... .r ......;'..... Itt A" .-'. ".' i the Public Generally
..... already, been laid out 76 x 100 LH Imn. ...,... . ,.)'. .., -I4..J, ...... ;,.. .1", ..J'J-! ( : ,140 :U. 4 a ,
feet *a.. aod-exttudiair from the: ID. atmocpbere we bunted up an expert! In (: 8 atarllnr. .... . .. w"01". .. .... .. .. .\. ..,, 7 h'1.1-. ... ... M'i c th
asked "\Vhuti . . .. .. ..... .. . .. ... '
p such matter and here; William Thomas. ..'.01.. ..... .p ''I'" 40 .110
.*rrctkii>, ,of,, iE*.v, Broadway sad: peek-a-boo. aD"P" X rjoHnaLlllta ...... . . . twitch .. . ...,.;.... .... ... ........',', ,, J: 40..11 ' .
8ooad A v*... to lib* .>corner .of Well s the cnaaoullne mind 8..t.. ... .. nwKd.w" ...................... ...... ... It b. ... .a .11 ": _.i.

; Broadway and IMtb bot-The treet. those.lidos whir, till Her groping anwer in left obvoyrlty. She sold. Bin Lillfc.Anna Baaa Baaa.. n... .. .. s.y swlt.r:: t. l.aes d.1101.::'.......:::;: \; :: :: : all 1 to I l liaye purchased Metpairs Annex Saloon in Orlando '
buy bay a* we can her that a I Joaophlno John . .. awll of ........ .. ;,' .a 50. s e SI I" ,
kind of rumor ar* afloa", o.i of ti a* near quote waist ABCrpbsllsew of .neo. ...h.--r-. .d.... ....... .. II 10. ... '40 t07'
I iek-s-bon wss a kind of made . . ,. ..... ... ...... ... n
.. ,, knowing one give you a vivid d b'l' nod A S empbell. .. old d a.i( 17 3M 10 01 and I:will mlP't''a'ttentJ9n to all orders forWhiskey
work material nort nopk give 'p
nice 01 OpeD Mnlea run .WO yd al"
1 KM Iptloo of the ilitbinloir *p sleeves l out V-ahaped in the mid-' AkiWnaC..JB.wM.woorof.w nil.,...,.. .. . . .. 110.. 113.. t III i Vj
-with which tbew'tltlotnseat.O be' w shirred H j MoodHJMoodr/.. .. .,.. .... .J.tol..k... . ...I;........:. ..: ... e. _I .... ''I'" r
(, __pUlihed. aooompaol-d Of Inform* II die and with an applique .. .. ..: AO.'' .. ... . ... .. .. .. . .. ... ,.. ... 1. .1iIt. ate IW' 11 till Wing or. Deer'ntrujted! to me; and'invite -
? U nh.. up the back wish aevenRore* Willlun Ifuw. . ,... . .."of4..i..I.' ....... ... 80 81. .0 .67 ,
4 natur
' tloa of aa apparently private'( , thf center and lUclceil all arouodth. J88tr ....... e/Sdrtd" .. ..'. .. 41. . ..i.b.r.. II r II. 10" 111
'which be insinuate it a most prfound n from this HJMoodr.... . .. .1Iot.U.otcI.i., { .:. :..:. ... .. .... ..... .a au II. Ifl 7ts all former to make vlace'-thclr
; .PePet! at lobe same time oalcu' .dlCt'a. We .buulet.lafel' MoodrAlJklptw .. .... .11. .. .. .. .. ... .... .. .. ..... ., 11 au &1. Mo IoM my patrons my
the flame 1'1'' desortptlodthstltlsanentirely I barm Moody SkippCTMoodr . .. . .U. ..... . .. ...... .....r........ .;.. .... 14 au ,*1.. 480' .1 till
.' "U'. :Hating that you will fan lees article of' apparel and deiuora-. A Bklppw.. .3. dl. . .. .. .. ... . .... ... . ... .. . ... 1M au .1. 010 II till
:- ay :..,blle a tod of men. representing\ Hooojpay tiling only to. the pureet.1.ta..bu L Peyton . .. ..... 'wlf ..... au etas!" kd'a.,.) d..... a nd . '. Fr
Bro. millionaire M yield up the price. ..LfIff a'd'' .. .. .... ... . .. ,.. .. 1 Ilia at... ice 1& 7fCBw .. ... ( ...
; I'' of Arch' We reserve jud/rlmeo.uot.ll".ho"II"/ .3. .. .. .u.. . .' ..14".1 0.. . .... .. .,....... . IIiIt ,8\e\) 40. 100At.e - - -- '
< are lowly wending tbelr way toward enlll this M ac-.i .i.. .. 'tof_". .... .., .... . ..... ...... .a 17. .... lit III .. II\
'our devoted city: they are the supposed and ladl *.who- del Ire. to Unknown .. .t...., .u.or..I1.4of1lll. r; . t .' 26e' It8e It /1 ..
of tbe great enterprise .aod juurnal In behalf of the pnek-a-boo: .I .11:1': ....... ...., .r. ,# ... da e ......... .. ..n..."...... II 26e 10.E, 4G 1M LOWEST.PRICES' ..
; van that we will .bold r ot.nct"oI..14..I.\. : II tie 10. so Ita
i' ,are atcurlng right of way for tbe are, hereby notified office to to1peoIezhlbttaln.the Ccmovo.-.o.-' ...rv sw dnoKandwldst4 .. ....,.. .... 1. IIiIt he 110 .344 :
Iastdrued, ...d.our' Democrallo' roostee.eyefog regular iiulnft' in our : ...\ es of awls. . .... ..,_F. . ..n.. ...e .. 17 ::1'1. 20. fO .eB : THE'GALLONRYE'
the with a oantloui c.... and will I PTIaon. ... .. ..... or..I4.. . .. ,n..l... r.y.4. .. 1 IIiIt tbs fO 114 '' : BY '
operation t.alcor rather. -.ldonoe',1. -any WTAndaraoa.. ...', : al 26e ilia fa all .
4>ut cuspiolou* glance shouts out' KMt time. We are predisposed In favorOf Unknown wioflotSe..tstip'iiftwM..1asod. : 13. 1IiIt ilia 371i ,.1'0, 11 f
f' .tflad tidings ibat the recent he.." Brim Ha.l.taia.,. all ... *of set axcopt lands doodad to Mae '
galnf.II.hsveso. Increased the tad- the peek-a-boo but. of course thereare i bat L EI1IS and deeded Mabol 1 Kllla and ... from 2.00 up. tV!
f > limltsi 1 Open work," our' Infom- BUM.t CA........ : tt Urn .3e.. 14 in. '; ("
Mole supply that hU-future; I U keoured, the "Qrk.hou'do't Drugs* Bailotoa.. . be> at... our of Y-ot'Vnia 'n'Mi'foaVoAMU '
Th.., nice buv t
nald. :
L sod that be and bis family are plaoeabejoud mans foot laOl foot. w 690'4 foot.. ..... .-:. It. Km HaM Ili lla CORN from $2.00 up'. '
-It in 'the ,
be a open a* that ...... nwl-2 loot and US
.. tbe care of future wants.Uoc .. Alfred Ivoraon ,., of Lot 1 lees beg sat a I !
material for a chicken fence. A man f.ot w of no Our of lot runs S74 fat w I ' rain have souiewbat itcaoraheed claimed that .walking, up the 172f..t.e17tfeet *7af..t.v.".. ,....... IS i iIt Ha MaKm 4 11 : GIN from $2.00 :
' our cllo seD'. And. to tb* low once LMl'arl<.., ..,..... . ..... ; turnKm ISM &M up. \ ,
' the cro'p' ha been more 01 street behind another he recorolxed a I. WllUan. Jr .. ..t'oI..w"... of rl(. -J.\.w.\.. ....... :.. ,...\ 1* tta 5 M ...-. .
aouelr friend through! the bole in hli co. KarFO..uaat E.t . nw1d' alb 1.. .. lands doodad to anarchUnknown. . .. '. .' --.--.. u '
i. >lee Injured.but ibl. 1* lobe farmers : work of such dimension shouldbe and school. ..............*.. .*..,.,.., 11 ,.. 28. 11II 170' GoOQS : *
.' Open .. .... ... .. Moth.p .'. .... ... OTHER -
,t bate of the world' dlsaouolntmeot. M. R K. ... *. Lot w of Avo In.. \ .h. 1 I'; 2* 10 1' .. . .
8 olcnes baa vlaltedourlead_ toes I barred. In fact, we would suggest J no Hu.bsy ..'-.. .1 iofnaWof...% of nol! .. ..., '. . ...v. lei tee w . $
an official Inipeotlon and test for all CM Ands .... .'n. ,.n.. 6U Ilia '37.. fO 141 PROPORTION "
Ilailted evteod but oo critical, oases peekabooWhen bung u.pon a HFS..I". .. ,. ... . JTtfo'f ..w\ -.... ....h. .. ... .::......... Km &'I.' 40 1 70 ". I IN -
A .ba.e a* yet. appeared. . whose Plk. Adair sew\ at ...'"'. and. nwX of aw?< and .u tilt -
< order of the clothe line those. through .... .. ............ U Ha !7. TiS \
Cow bunting i* still the meshe *b egg may be tossed should UnkM .............., .. . SrUof'a.'fanda.K'of ..,,,. .. . .. ....... l0 Ha 17. IMM 4S .. -
day and the numerous drove that are tiomstocked. O OvmtfMt. ... . na.Uof' r.wU5 .. .. . .. .. . .. 11'1.' 17. 40 1 70
&V'' ..-a oatnir throtta'h'our( city would be Anthony TJHurIeyl, .. .,/"t deslkdnwif. .. .. .. ... . ..h..... M Hs '37. 1* 75 "
Indicate that the beef, eating Eugllsh-! .. ..... ". ."I'. | w ofnwkk.. . .. ..t...... ... ..,.. .... ... .. see. Km *7s M 1 45i With many thanks: for: 'past favors and ij '
) rtJ'' Notice 'of Application For Tax L'nknowmJnknowi' . .. . w of awl"..... . .. ... . .. .. ,. .. ....... II Ma,. lie 80 4ftin ij
.moo bad invaded our ehore. Ackln . .. .. ... _,..or.\j\ 10. ...:... ... .... .. . 1...... II :Km >7a '44 tMCAMPBELL j
: Ila** passed through last week with Deed Under Section 8 ofChapter4888.Lawsof CITY. soliciting l a continuance of your pat- : j '

+ ;COS two year olds which., attracted a f. -. J H Dama .. ... .. .. ..a Lot A Blk n$) Mary-B MorcaiCamobrll ..- ..- - --- -- -- ---- ;
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rreat deal. of attention., Florida. City. . ".... .... .. .. ...... ... .1 ... tOe H : ronagoTam; ; --- "-- -; ---_
Our btlle and beaux are displaying IIARCOOSSESJMHs..u. : :

unusual activity and were It not that Motln I. hereby then l that David BanpurebMer ....... ... Lot 147..Y..4. ,t.Ha 81. 40 M .
the. rail road exclteotooV exclude all of Tax Ccrtlflcat. No. 244, d.iJd HS..lth ... ', .. Lot 19. .. ... ..... ...... . ...... .... IS Km Urn I eo Tours truly,
.b. M. d.y of "/al,. A.' n. 190O. ha kllcaj Ktntain- .. ." frt'lLotM .. . . .. ....... ... ... .. .. 1* Km mlmKm I 71 s I.
other probabilities could tell you tiled aid eartlHeaU lump nflloa, and has ....d..pplaoa Alice I Kintaln.7rHRobci .. . .. flat-llotSO .......... ... ......... It-O lie 11 101
1 I 'aomethlng about lobe May bee, that. 1* for tax deed loluuelu aeoordaave. I HRo"-- . ".... .. .. aUn'i:' 01 1.. .. .""......... CO Km II* 8 alII "
*' alnKloaT in the Lewis ear. with law I ..... .. . of tot I for' taxes'of iioi' ...." .. 80 Km tlm S till '
eirttfloala embraoM the following de Alice I . lot .. W Km tlmto SBSM Y.
Mr.'Arch, Ba. out, one bundred arrlb.dproperty Bald altuaMd In paooola eounty Alta: 1 Klntatnf Klntzln: >. .;::: : Lot 10.17.: ..:: ::: : :.. ::::;: .::': ,:::::..:::: Km *la : R.. BUTLER.

. orange\ and' grapefruit tree sod rlortrta. to-wln Allee I Jt..w.. .. .. fall Lot 20.. .. . . ... ........ . ... ..... .. 20 itte lie :2i} 71 .
.. % ..calculates to have the stockholder of Two (2) aoras In square In nw cor cf*H of RUN NY M ED: E. _

i .the DOW: road push operation .o that BwUofawM Tana beingr al E.the data of WCPanonaiwtw. .; ... .... .... Lot t. Block 0... ....... ... . ... ....'..... 71 7s t
Th. said a
-. -' they can be'ready. to take: bit Ant load the Inaanee of lucb eartlfioate la the name of110k..wa 1 1I Hamutou. D Stdmaa I:1\BIoekH ..... .... .. .TtMnllton .:.... 7 71 JUG TRADE A SPECIAL:>>

, 1. to. market. I asld 'II".tea shell b.redeemed .... : Diaiaaa 0stne. It: Lee 2 Block M::,::::::: :: ::::: ::. ..;' T:
'V 'Top buffftle* are to be converted 1n'to Uuhs " 0.00 SldmaaJha. . . . LotT.BIacklOLot.BlooktT. .. . .. .. 7g
.-' palace car and steam applied andmoareftolng ."nodi ling to taw tax deed will. "Issue Jtbrooa'onUis : K Smith .' .. :.....::::::: : :;:;::: : esMnPPit.D . u
the / dar of JnlT, A. and toal tbls . . . .. . Lot& Block. If. .... ... ... .. .. . .,, ;. eo -- a
into -
> < whizzing ,Atlan- Wlt.eesmy oOlitlat{ signature June.. 'CH .....Ie&t..J. ... . iotlgBlakIWt ... .v. ...........t..... ; &!' : 14
Dew' [ I 'ttoOoean, sod wben our ,. flying t.'eE try. ''.
Bt. KISSIMMEB CITY. ',** ,.5.5y,4 '
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;>aaohloe oome Into use w. will be Clark Olraull' (Court .. I
H P nreAddltio. .
'found paying a visit to the realm Oncools Coualr. Florida. 'ollMAadcraoa.. . .. .... .Lots"B..kO..1. I 44i -
("\bove 'Investigate the scleotlflo oom- By w. 8.. HARWELL: D.,C.. Boblnaoa's Addition ,. tt LI Q U O R S
to of atmoepberlo CA'fknoa.... ...... .. Lot*. Block .....,, ,...;... .... .......;'..... .. . :
position preasure' on Non-Reeldent'IMotice.In L\f Park. . .... .. .:... Lot* Black ., ...... ....., . . .. ......., ; .n a
'ib.looomotive. S L M ...... ................ ..LotaSaadSlnBloekf;... . .......+,...... ,. ,.... .."' .Y !KiO') 11Unknowa. ..
.Bro.1 Oul' Is aoppoced ''to ".Ire.III. Cmoun Ootnn. BB.BMT.. JUDICIAL Cucurr .... LM4. Block 1-. jr-.,.... .. .:.... ..... .,..4 F- . 1 T Tt t'
..ext text oa ib. of ......m and Un..._........i' ...., Lot s. olock *.'..... ..a....". .. ..i..... .. .. >;-,.' ',
power STATS d FM>UI>A. Coinrrr of OOCBOLA. InCBAMCBaV. . .. 70w
lARoboraoa ,..v I AU frtl Block ,.,. ... ...v. .a. :" .... .
*h tea kettle Investigation I calculated ,' f. .
V.--.f' ...... '1.0(0Bks14." ...."". I' ; 0111
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to refeal the., power ;:that rule The Mlchlcan Troat Company S CorporatloA .rantead 'l, i RobtBaii'A the','mlods ,of ; our,.CtUienSimple aador the laws of tie tUchlsaat Unknown..t..ri.h( a, Bhoamakora wbdlvBlushUL.'ie.. .___ 1 41 I Ii
minded people do' not participate In taraart N.,SaUinc and 0... M.Boa J FWAdorhoM.. .'....... aU axon>t South MaMon, Florida lot la R Block R Co'V..I. gurvoy .145

the revelry whlot bold high osralvalamoegoureatbusts.ttebrethren. vs.taiaool > HIIl'f..a......:...,..,' Bac T ft a 47...*.at moat woatarly oor Lot #
but ala.nkavnra hafam, or aay.soraoalainlne 4 rua >.,do*. M foot n 4*um .M ft a 47daawMft '
to ; by. Ikreegk or aador. him.Ta .)id.c w.. ft Block I* ,...,... 101Petrick' 'WHISKIES
we have concluded Iotalluw.tb.m; bet. .AddlOos .. :
hare with, w* the glory that..wait* u* poiBua Sanraal throttall his unknuwn or ttndor blm.or TmkaNvtioa. any .Mr K D WaHn*' ". ...' reel o!1e!1, Slack O ....._..,. ?.....f. 1.4 l i ,
4n tbe tutor* //noiwlthstaodlfl their : .that a.w St uobellef. sod wnm the<. State capital sled asvinat yew .. the.....abrlad oauaa to ropiova I # W. B. MAKINSON

1* moved to our oevoUtd. city we", pat. N a4 01 cloud sew from*... TIoo title.d_and tIo. ratomt lUt M -the. daad to. r

.eoe. well, to jretthe big bead .every Yoa ara tbarafora 't>tad Tax Collector Osceola.. County.,

.... ODe of u* and apply fbr 1 membership ba act rid mil on Monday u.n.t 8.p.- .. .......<, .
be. A. Do 1""*,s the re will b. 4kee a* oond ; the arlBtocratio. four, hundred. of ''-. easiest yon "." w .,. . '. .. ,.6" Imported and Domestic lYlnes Ports 'f
: ;' .t. : : .' ,,' "v F'djriv'JOHNKBSTETON Jf1' ; >S
Jew York City.' U la furtaar ordarol ;)at this aoUea bapnbllahadlva : ;' I ,7 :
_ Oon.tdafkU. IMMBOWQ* OO.IIIA' -seal, = fart: oonaasvtire waste In .1 tt 'V ** > :," vu *T H| a .> '. k

'. took, boed*. Vnlfeed .<..>.. .eeurltius ,=K ;; 8, Jwn.r, Jude : :. UNIVERSITz : X, AngeliClucot ,. S.autern tIhlncVIIICS!

4 W* "''I"* !eTy 4NHMMM ''y'P HMIVMMiptt III aaIII at the Court v-.. :\ : COILBUE9 AND FIVE TECBNICAl 8CBOeLS.1'; iW t and'Domesticrandies
iVIHl tntal rulrrOVVMMMflk| feoVQ tro4 .t ; .. ., Imported nun;
Clerk | Gigs
'J' ; I -, ,
brata D. ,! E Lo UCY 'DBLANDF FLORIDA.! ,. .. ... . ,
rdlcary ,11': s OOttglomerated 12-1; DIW.. ARW CLIuD.C ...

-"' sjnaaa, f enginea,'j:) palao care, steel Oomplalaaat'a SoUdtor.f tA4X AFFILIATED,WITH THE: UNIVERSITY' OF CHIC OO., 4 and Sc Whiskies.. ,.
_ rail, old bfekoryV packlaghaia, Dueshssss \ .
eta,' until 1'4 ,.*.aIbl.*'wb.' weI Public:Road Notice. COLLnOB OP LIBB.4t *.tt5.-Tb.standard. tboUniTorsltyof. Chteasn, StetlooVitmdopt. 7 *v
u4 to. call in the) army a blsby bushy J. .""' _thrir dan aas front both StMoon.and Coleaspa.: 80* the CMcaco and Stetson 'n 4 dno.

fwrla"'bell-Ired. ...w. .. .O,- 1' ,, o.. :J U Notlo.. -.dol b horaby Coaa drM** Oommlaaianan that H la the.. latanrbm of Omoaolaaountr. of a COLLBOB OF LAW Oraduatos. of Ibis. CoUavs. era. ..admitted practice law. la Florida.withoutnamlnatton. I
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Florida at UM sees raavlar maatin of ,
'r -Ao. ,",', ___ said Hoard to ba bald oa Monday UM M day off OULLBQB OP TECHNOLOGY: AND SCHOOL OP MBCHANIC ABTfv-MochanloaL! Civil. THE FAMOUS

:a;.,JoQ' let your' child suffer with c that aly A. D. 1B04. ... _bHtOIt now road from palpewnf.COLLBeH 1C\ecItriaal1Cql.; ........., and Manual :Tralnina-oouraaa..laadlac. to.daaroaa. FiDe new buUdlnsT.' Costly $fdream'
wbiia the OranffO aounty road" from r '
.ooa.ab whoa yon Csa cure U.,,11ob.'UahItUvP strikes tha Oaooola Bounty Haa batwoMi >= OP BUSImBAS.-BaaMn la-alt Ita bra",,' ".'" BooCkoaplna-.. *r t>*at' methodsBMrtA.nd \. S "
*' Borebouod Syeup's'sure our laadb> tsi 116. II lit' II, ...u.. north bite of tbe and Trpowrltlncv ; ". open. la other dapartnvsats."' ,.Lars Faculty and oomnodloua of Kentucky
for, Oojhs Broocbltl Influenza .....of Klarimmao. city. In aaetiona It and. 16 w tp . baildi...-. ,
.. ACAD8MY.-Orwtuatw pr.pandIoshl.r H.ered'Ta1. Prlnooton. OormoU.Klehlgan .
:.arts o, which road will run 'ull wat
-Croup 'sod' 'Pulmonary- ,Dlsaa Commaaaa 1 ahaln and 67- link wet of theorthaaat Chlaaao and all flr__COI...... Carslalrs' Ityo
.Buy a bottle and "'IlL. r' eons of aortlon ta Xt a r :a*a, ......... fOHMAL AND MOOBL SCHOOLS I. Klndorcartan 'Its owe bulldlnr. Z.* Primary andImmmoT 'S
: U... LangbtarByballa Mlu*. south *dacroa west U: chain to a plaa traa on School In axparalo bulldl.... T....Schoola aapoelally prapara Public School Echo Springaityo .
B the sash dale> of aypraM swamp, thmea.southM SCHOOL. f1o.OQG pipe orwan. a doss planoa' sopanto. bulldi.... Bunco fault,. ,s
i1! write*: t'1 :ba.. *,t"o?,.children -who dacTM*west 1'1 Uiebalna ..the Half...u. ..". Thorough nouiaaa at stud.. Lebanon Club Bourbon
.y-bad croup. -1: tried .raaoydifferent oa worth II..otle In tp 38 a r 2a.thoneasooth ART JM1I00I-N8I1ud\o.\ Costiy eats. .......... at _
"'m remedies, b it'1 mu..t .ay your More- defines wait T)ehalna and 80 11n... to> the Stetson has .faoultjr 48 profaaaon and ,...-_' They V> _from the tTalvaralty of Wilkes
't- ''. sod half ..... .......a the north Una of section 1* tp 3Mca,o. B......... v.... Dartmouth.. Columbia.;Toronto, Wako Poraat, LouUirilla. Bowduin. Utrocht.luoka r County Corn
bound Byrw lUbe .. Cr up : rmo.thoaeoaoathl>T' chair and M llnka to .n,Univoraity of Michigan.{ Omniaoa and other Uaiv......... Tb..... ar* ova flll<>,IK>)In buildns '
....4iOouah. medk9j e'I.-vr-t 1 used.-Sold.. UM InaorporaUoa Una of Klatlmmoa" at amithwoataomarof *and sent: nearly a quarter million dollar andowraant:an endowed library of ever 18.0OO . BDDWElSt Old Harvest Corn
'v .b'I\ be"IIOIt"t" Pharmacy. aw 1-4 of M 1-4 of ..... aontiaa li. aaldnouta > :a boouUfuleHapel with ontlyfuraiaMnnf< including-aUlnoda-laa. widows T 011 palntinnja::
". -- .. he.know as tba Dnnas-aa JI.. ad., and toaatabllab ,.O.uuu pipe seam a Gymnasium with eomplate apparatus: aa aneloaad Athlotis riaU. mnnl. )>. ,
4 MId .road oa a puho ....... nck.tonnla eourta, haa.b.11 diamaa' and rrkllron. baaldM" awlnnlnsrolf.. rowing and 1 yes
= .
Th.freruied Beet Packers: WitnaM aiy hand aa ax-oAVio clork of aaldloard loparate bulldinca atan and womanl ton larva laboratorloa for: Ckomlatry Phases .-:- .. r
and tba official .. of said Board tick CthVubljcRoad Ulnonkwy and mote i:amoral. large muaouma and .'"-: aloetiio lights olaetria Mlle. stash haot.WDMnt 4CliA
; ;Jit i* Mated. .that the N'"lll-R.yoo\ds alt '(80.1).D,1y0B. ....... shall rrfada, broad .,..._ ._!owI.....PIO.. shrubbery and traoa; soelaL Utorary. .... E'S BARLEY MALT }
f.:1 jreport; oa tb*.Beef horror has m.LLEBLET: steal and othor atudonto clubs: star loetura oouraaat ChrUthui Dad non sectarian -:1>...... Tba toattion l t.
iXj already serlott'lj' injured the Amerlrcan Clerk. Court o-a.. S(.>sty'. k,;;;w.. .la boautif and noalUiful. and tbs axponoas axe t.... --- THE KING OFBOTTLED. '
; 8r W.s. JUa W EI.4 Do 0. Distilled
me at'trade. tout tbe '..leof T .. raw CBtBjnaa. views foldars "and Information sddraas Non PratJIi.t.I I especially for .

c.,';-:cally American stopped canned altogetbnr meat In ha I/opdon pracllrf ; Notice, ,1 tNotto. LINCOLN. HULLEY, A.: ,M., 'Ph. D. ,T medicinal use 't i

.> -al'1d' that throughout 1\1.11101.\ the la hnraby*tvm that It k Ute Intention of; DBLAND., FLA.' BEER :'!

V'' narketfor'r>ui* lard. ...d. otherpre the Board County ComnUaatoiwra of Oooaolaoonty. '. .... ,. 'j!
Florida at the set rocular maatlnir ofasld
pared.,animal product,bas been. kill-- Board to be ......oa Monday, the M day ofJaly ''
:: A. D. IW*. to.......* the roata of the pablla '_. 1.. esr 'CANADA MALT I
:ed.Nor II title 1l.1..1. New' York' 'a adother .oad aa It wow rang from. action 1* ta Township . -- . _
.t cities decrease low &be ,0" of I7 .oath of RaB4ra"* s.f, aoaatarai> "aa foUowa --,,-,fitdc t loak +Btt4t-t08a.5.-- let-ty-t "
a Laa a abs prm.nt road bad 4 chain' aouth 12iUsTomoartof and other brands of i
melts i* very-apparent.' and this ,1* oontorof OMUon i* r Wo.Uionoaaoath NORTH PER
especially noticeable >at.'yulaUo yea 117 ldasrom aa.t 970e!:.: ...through KISSIMM ETCJ/ a,. -t PHONE : NO. 04::! '. $1.65 DOZED Whiskey' too numerous .f t
look aoil..IS, a S3, 97.I*, and W la tp M a r W o.thonoa v
.taurantwherediner, *,, always ,
i id 168 thnraahaakl -
south dojiaaa oaat chains '
-with tnur or;>less suspicion at the aoetioa 8,and through aaetiona 11. 1'.'and I i.hi r ; .; 'to mention. "
::,dl be* prepared beyond their ken. . tp ft" a r 00 a.."' .....t with praaont road a<. W GRIFFIN: i I &

I Such result"ar* perfectly natural nw point Mof SOO yards MId aaetioa south 4t 1'*datfraos: and-to oaat. oatabllah of aw M*aaldahanvod of ) C: a _

and to be'expected' and the public routo aa a pubHa road.Witaaaa . M
i'0&00' feel sorry for the. men who my band aa ax-offlela clerk of...... Board !

1eb, ". brought. this suite. of affair to and the official D. Itoa.Mal-., ....... Board, this- Ma day of : ; \

} pa**.". :'It. I la right that tbey sod to s Jy8> L;LESLET. "

'punished pity that lOch tor tbelr. punishment action*, nof 1s be Sy M.8 BAR, Court.W ELL..Oa.e0la0ewn.D.O.. f Fla. ..t./, ',' '' ;;Fancy family Groceries .::-, Fresh Meats. i. ,"Bond

ODor drastic than mere oooMary loss ,

I Wor :*'*'t'h'' tl) mere: lesMnlng.'of .Notices .. \
prot*.: : t; is that tbh-tr.
? NoUoa baroo* ktrM days'.afta*
'Tie a/rrlcnltutal. comqiittee 'of the date (byordototfdiaOMB U> the mandal waaInatraotod : : LOWESTPRICES .BY: THE GALLON.
Delivery Every D t"D, t Hour.; :'patronage Solicited.' 1 .
House doe not teem maimed fA)' 1 takeLheoteodes'i.G to atrlekly-ooforoa Ordtnaaoa Lot : '
aootioolof tbo r.vl..dp'dlr of tko Townof
talk,, Iw. member KfcMfanmaa. C1t1/. ralaUav, e..e*. tbo rnaalmr at FeYr'tl!ttF'Yrr V"hr'fiF-?4'r9' 11t a1F iF'1FP'YnOnwr'Y t_ .. :EJ "frorot: : 2.OO: AXpcp3E.iT .
s t want to. tske.'triph: to; Chlcaro aDd largo within the Incorporate limits of' the Iowa ... '
"make .'&O'ttldsw/ .ton" theooaeve*. vie aaraaa, aaaoa. rats.....stag and swino.All .. : ;om $:::3.00 up ,.
poraoni havlac. ...... the publl. ; ,
., ut alt every packing bouee in -the 50,55.will abiaoo be sovoraad by lbs'wlthla . '. ,
oily bad sot heQ imbued w".th frenzyof aotioa and aavo ouwao ha future by baTtnc to ,'. i a! '; OI3 from: : : :3.00: '
house-ol.sufngever Sinai' aub nd_the_. ffsaitaoCiy; Poond.' Jono thIW . .. ::1" 11p
..< .?, ' J..i. O1UBIRT Jr.TowBCIoriu 'vCTh023. -w-e.nt: :'OI\ t :; .
matasfot,, Ibs. report 'was* Aral -- .: : 70'\1' c. : '
IbMedawV atW. ; : , H, .' .t:, .'.f'T"" .,. .
Ja fao'/tbeplao l appear*'' to t'f be ito Low ExoMrviott Rat.. to Jackaosi. .'n',. I -. ".. N1.ce'. :eottle , !r
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delay reporaagO the, a ricuUv ral V" bpi and Sarawak,, . ."' jj
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or any to' meat add ":'s lwPSII&'a. lob will nah;sell<3a.ezounlon.ticket'to,;.*>t rate, ;of+.$1,80"and. 8avan. to :; 7 : ) :.' ;. HI.'W., N1E.T,9A, CO.'i: : ',

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