The Kissimmee Valley gazette

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

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:p PROOEWKiS Of 'TtfCOUN1Y ai and professional tax "UPoD. which 1''.
. ; ,, lobe State of Florida require* special 1 KISSHff WINS Nut: I
'' or occupational tax that the tax col ,, _' .

.j.: COMMrsSJONCRS.. nereby lector of required Osceola to county collect be the aod..mOIlD'of -toe 1'L"l _1 AT'' mm ',' SPRING :QOODS'K: "" '

fifty p r cent of such State tax a. .. .. ARRIVING.Largest .
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1 Yor a count tax upon such-occupation or t ,
Tax : 1906 'Are profession and that be ', ; '. _
urn over each Defeated Bath Orlaodo and .Sanford 9 ... it
amount'''IG'' collected to the county U :', ,' *, :: ,;f "" _
and Some' ; :' : 1 .
Equalized Raise .' '
; treasurer to be placed Jo tbe General .Baseball Teams on the I Stock .
Revenue Fund at the earn time and '
Made.. udder the same penalties' u' are required Foarth ,'a y

ll Klsstmmee City, Pie. 'JuIjTZrlBOfl.The : .by law for .other! .aJ. .col ,
l; Board of county Commissioner. him. The Klsslmme baseball boy,' ccv : latest Styles

convened at 10 a. ,m.; there being Attest )E. IM LESLEY.By ered themselves' wlibiglory> Sanford ,,
R. T. W. JOHNSTON., c .rk. on the Fourth of . .
present Butler ch.lrm.1.B." 8., July winning two :
t, Partln J. F. Williams, J,,, H. Walker D' O. game of seven Innings each from I
;;'1 commissioners. P. A. Van. Agoew, R.T.-BtTTLJOEt: Choi.U. Orlando and Sanford respectively. Lowest PricesCONSISTENT'WITH .
', W. R. JohnstonD., S, PABTIN The game with Orlando was begun In .. .

(U., W. W, Irey commissioner. abTne J, H. WAUCKR, a.drtssling rain which lasted for, sev. : : . .. . .
'a.ot., Commissioners. oral Inning,' and probably account ., ; \1\ .
1, minutes of the 'last regulars On motion of H, 8. Panic seconded for the large sane made by both sides. ,FRESH' .HONEST'! GOODS. : .

#' netlng were read and approved. by.J. H.Walker advance of 4OO Tb. score stood Klsslmmee 11;Orlando .

1 '''The road matters were taken up. and was allowed J.'I Overstreet upon the 9.._ .. This..__. ,contest_ __ _was_ spirited_ one. --
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'In the matter of the uhaoge in the I assessment for 19U6. and a warrant -- v .- rlY.,1'1 V..we.a !' --- .
Whittler read commencingin sec. 10, was drawn upon the Treasurer. for Orlando and Kltslmmee teams,' the, A NEW SCHEME' TO '" It \,
"r tp26.sr30. Protests ,were Fled by i this'amount. Klsslmmee boys olalmiogtbatOrlando, , "" ,
i Padgett A Beach and J. A. Anderson n In the matter of the .Etonegan road has never ".k.O" game from Klstim- Pa
A Co., sod Comrolsiloner H. S. Par' the following order 00'' motion of U. mee since they have been playing ball 1 ] DRAIN EVHCUDES. '
tln was appointed committee to conI I 8. Partlo. seconded by J. U. Walker. wlth-eaon other. ' ;i : ;.I >f
fer with these parties and report at i 'was uade, to-wlu., It having' been agreed that'the'win SPRINUAND :SUMMER
the. next: regular meetloff of the Board The following public 'road was ulna club 'To the first game should try' >
In the matter of the Donegan road to the county line of -Orange county, Board that legal: notice by publication moments rest'' the victorious Klsslm- r : "
A.' E. Donegan: filed biz protest, and I I In the Valley Gazette has' been d ly men tes again lined up for the' seooudframe. :: the Great. Question., GOIODS : ,i |

be being, present lobe matter of hi.. j given of the Intention of the Board to ., This looked like a pretty hard the" .
grievance was discussed and the matur :. referred to the county attorney to a' a nubile road and that the owners evidently marie up of the best players others living here ..d there on tbe :i |
draw up the necessary papers and pre- of' tabs 'land over which said 'road they could secure la. Sanford rein globe ; have been watching wltb'tba I'f

aent them .later on at. this meet ig. |passes hare also been legally notified forced by picked men from other flrstolaas keenest. interest the outcome of Gore, f '- Pry Gooda,.Clo th Ing, Shoes and'Notlona
The following bills were ''ea.mlo"I by mall of such Intention and that teams over the' State. Among nor ro.'r,1..a're.U y.ra'l.d..dralo. !J, ..r.fJ
,' and ordered paid to-wit.ww1'.V. .. written protest ha been filed by A.E. 'the latter was 8... Augustine's crack a fa sobeme.1 His Hrs- attempt has jh .

t ..._.... .. ... I..f... ,,1110 Doneffan against the establishment of pitcher-and.a. player from the, famous been declared Impracticable bl''"b. ili..Ei1dl e.. Vari ety'and'a' .V . .
<. 8 8 .. -.. .....,.-..< tOO I said road as U runs through owl of Coca cola team.of Jacksonville. KlsImee courts and now be and his buaoh of ery .
J r William' a*aoa and ",II.... "1 r..... i sec' 16 23 29and ,'however, had her grafter are .aroblDR the wood for fJ
"' ,J W.II..._.... ..............".,.. leiI JJ i tp r the said play ingelotbea another To Low :' ;
1j: Lailv. dork and a+dlto,. .... t..S.. 9 J Donegan having agreed, to 'convey aright on, and when the seven inmnars1' were way. their limited arej .Prices. < j
a PA VaiaAsu** attorney:,,....f } ,1 of way by.. a different route up and the smoke of battle tad cleared matter there Is only one way of drain ,' .
J BI walker. .....Jag '.*. .. tj rc through said away the score stood'0 0 In age Most... any farmer can j. ; w ,
D B Br... / IVII! ,Uu"-'V 00 quarter section' to ...beOUUDU' to favor,.of suggest l '
g ' another and I know 'I" _
Klsslmmee. way, of .'
< in consideration two '
t9. Y Twp::, r* .>tpho.. .. .from.. ..r..wa.:;:.: ::.' !I cX..1CLCQ.I..h"orjaD. ,building a 4 wire fence on of both county sides Manager Morgan Bias and Captain which I wish to propose' that will ways re- . ] I
4 .. I ,., 'of said right of and Wood fin Carson of the local Hive the State of lheezpense'of OODtructlnc .
> 0e0e0Ia Co A"--t&, ..JLttt4Jjaaim'4 a .. war no otherprotest team aa H. C. ...... w.. ......t.. being filed; Resolvedthat the well a* the other member 'of the club expensive steam dredms and STANFORD; '
'II: eIoork. wording' 1.I following described route be hereby are qathuslastie over their victory and lobe moving of mlllloos of cubic yards < .
L WWhS n. ._Mlary nipt'ncUtnA ,established as a public road: Commenoiog feel Bt the1.... bow qualified to of earth. The first I will call the ab
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Cowl..Caadunloflormcle., ,..., ....'.. .' .d 10, 1 chain and 07 links west, of looked% 1 amateur team In the State' sorption method. I trot this Idea I ORIGINATOR ... LOW.* PRICES-i ,IN . !
.,;' f u.IL.up1, e.r.oB.d work 7.e.7. lf i'!(I IJWAdwhotl.aHowaoo.BH the. northeast corner of section 3 tp 25 with a iBtr chance of winning ouU> from a practical farmer named Chris .f
Craw ,... laM ... s.r 29 e., thence south 2 degree west Those who participated In the game M.IingfromNewZealaad.- He farms c. """"" .
I y T Joo..uwwtt Wrd Lulls: .meet et poor b.w lan CTOT.. :...|i.,!.. P..l .f >!20 chains to a pine tree on the south. at Sanford are all home 'bo,.,' which much land the same kind the Gayer - . .. y+ c .
;> g L L-1eJr.elerk. -.fin&' .at u. to f 00 side of a oypressswampthence'Wntb'tD makes their victory all the more' satIsfsctory. .- nof Is thinking of draining. 'Chris .
O..B.rnud Ca anv.bpa er'". .... .,' ii 27 degree, west OU chains to the half- .- Hurrah for Klsslmioeel, says the absorption method nererfalls
I Ow Wf W v i .'.rail.--- .,..---.; IV It T:? mile stake on north line of section 10 to drain his potato patch. Then why BUDDED: TREES t!; .: ':
;road; ......... should It* fall to drain ,.
r, J P army werk ,...'..', 1 In said township and range thence license For .
PIcAuck.I. -.fon' .* ad w .k"......... n S south z degrees west 79 chains and 80 Lau ndi s. patch., ''Chris says when :

0.,. .H Nraa=roed f ...tU m,..nU..,. ...\, M M to links U* the balfmll.k.., oni, the The following comes too damp for tbe pro N.poIeoU"1 IS :O '
.l umhwul M.dP.rti,.,..-...... I JT .north line of section. 18 la said township Interest 10rorm.LloD111 be of,, of potatoes he -ceases LESW R rH'NUR'SEBJKS.
I [/' .J R Cnlwra. w,emai..Iar..... t.... ',N It and 'range; Resolved boatmen operating. the low the immense weeds l
O W'' Baa. work sad atatarlal Shlarta water of this YlcIDIt.To .,: muck :
to and ,
( .... N that a conveyance from the said Done. < grow they absorb the
"i :J L 0Yen"-t". ...__ --- r--a11e0.tee JJ gao of a right o way through the 'owl vessel owners and persons In charge of surplus mo I*lu re. My favorite. method, CHASE.& CO.; PROpftnrroBa. ,,'J./'W, HOARD, 'AWe r; I 4
'}, W R Johnatoa. riminal.. .11'8.' .......... .. N of said section 15 laid propelled .by-gas, gasoline, however, is the dump snake plan be- "
J M Walk_. '' *...*,.!*...*4 4V* as out by tbe petroleum, naptha, fluid or electricity I quicker and will bar ready for next Fall and Winter' piaottnf) : ,fo/.. '
I" prIsonw. "...... 110 County Surveyor be accepted roc tbe and carrying for d Capt.Menge more reliable. assortment of Orange and i (N81M01.
passengers hire aoothers of Grapefruit Tree .'
terms above stated.- Everglade-., dis- of all !+ Ieadls. viities. ..
The of -"various 1 .
reports county conoerqed. act of Congress cowed Our tree are budded ,
a peculiar snake on rood healthy '
officer were' examined "sod ordered" Board There adjourned being no further until thte business :the approved May 10, 1900. amending sec his trips into the Bverrlades.on ;;one This of !Sour: Orange root, guaranteed free from .........L.t'Ji:

; d.blr.tHI' meeting.Railroad. next relfU'la.r lion 4420 regulation of motor vessels,' soaks Is perfectly harmless, eoliys All budded from bearing trees id. our grove anltbereSZav..'
The Treasurer' report showed the : relating to vessels .name.. OurlacUit.I..
:: of. fifteen gross the companionship of man resembles for &1'Owlalruur..r.1.OOk ''are seined ,AIM _
; following: balances on hand; towlt: tons or less, read as follows: a two-loch hose and is often none and our tree ''Ira at.,fine u money and .* ,'
,' (7w.t7:a.__..... ........... tss Mtw.nd "All*vessels of fifteen ten feet perienoe can 'twenty years ** .
produce. We
............".',..,...'' .' .6W'7' .\ I rtews. From, Adna..Adna less, propelled In whole gross ton or 1011<< ; Their. peculiarity Is taking: wa I.1uIlalDOli. CalifornlaValeoeta, are waking aspeoialtytbia ......-of;. ..
In in
r'o.Itar.ti.' : ....., allOt or part by ter t. .their tails and electing It LAM wbioh I* defined to become. '
.. .... ..... ..;..4... ._01..'1_'" .. Vim... J'UD& M..IuAR... gas, rasollne petroleum nsptya;fluid from their months with ,.considerable'eatestmon' y-maker.loYlorWa.\ '-Ows'Valencia; buds came*
'I., 8.k..18uba1.t.;;.......;..... -ii ri Friend Harris a* I 'a a.iI.&d' a*gJeomeUfiftd.ftarrjing'paeeenger, tome.-.CapWbf i oapuired,.nu., irecj, from UW best bearing trees ll i>>*.dUifto* now fasawa* for
181 47 for hire shall .
: :J . S1S bear.umetting more about railroads carry one life preserverof ber.of these>snakes- and namsd them "v.\I""'be\ ...V&leeet latlftfo....,. "'1' 'e -- .. ,
t.:,... :; :: fcftSTS I thouoht I would the sort prescribed by the retdlatloDs t.he''pump snake.'..' Prices to a
j give a few items ; With Ioboat.he ,W.rlte for J.WHiARp
n, p..1e..r.eko...t"IS.......t..... Ira from this of the board of supervising Inspectors raised a large colony'of "tothPlar'orwall: : "and.iNbw'. ,Nurseries -
,. .... .. ..... part. pump'.o.lre..
t .
I* aid' ttouthpat.ckacL. . woedfloM ? Mri A. A. Dooley civil engineer for every .sseoger qarried and had very little trouble.' ; If coy, ..t Waco on Florida Midland R. R.It. 'X: "
ybr wbak b.ew tnatft1 Beall ,r: and D.' J. Sumner have and no such boat while so .carrying training them to swallow'
_......... .. .. .. . .. jest finished each other's
; -. .. .4. $1esi 'II', tbe survey of and, general Inspection : passengers shall"be operated or' navigated tails and forming,'** U were, a line > NNMA )--- r..
The trustees of county bonds filed a of the Hopkins timber, both cypress except In-charge of' a pro pump snake hose, and used teem. '.rot : : .w '- 1:? I.I I.
? report of aloe coupons for Interest on, and pine.' We hope the report Will be duly licensed for euch service'' W the cesitfully In Irrigating his farm: and : : :
hood due July, IttOT,.' of MM lees A satisfactory to Mr., H. M. Flagler and, local -board' of Inspectors. N. ex ''or..olf.'a'rOye at ...... Thoatnson. and : .
discount of 7 per cent making a total that he may purcha-e; he wants the amination shall be required as .'con on one occasion these wonderful ': 'W. B. ? MAKINSON_ ,co, ",\', i

:,of 968&90 which the clerk was loetrnotC timber to make cross ties for his"new dition of the obtaining of such'a '11-i trained snakes prevented his borne t .. ,. .. ... ." ., ._.,... ". N
.t ed to give the trustees. credit '.. cense and any such license shall be from .
01' (extension to Key Went. As he ha to burning. ]Now! why not the Gov. .. k fitA
.t t The paid and cancelled' warrants i haul tbe ties from south of -.3ackoD"yUI. revoked or suspended by the local I ernor breecll.bou..od.of pump snake; :i DB AiER'jIN'! '' ;

,' 'were dlstroyed. by' fire la open board.' clear down there, should be buy board of Inspectors for -mtscondugross ot, The- lengthof hose, depends, entirely I ..' :. 1.4;: "" ). I ..._ ,
The report ofthe surrey of the i ,this he will build branch road west negligence recklessness navigation upon the numberof 'ou_. Be could} 'N "" 1- 1>1' "t -r::;; ...-
Zj'.ugbman road was' made ''by the i. from Melbourne to croSt.' Johns Intemperance, or. violation ol( have Immense line of snake''' hose< : : : :* t\
I. "'County Purveyor and read and filed river south end of Lake Washington, law on the part of holder-and; If re stretching from the Everglade over : : ."' '
as information. .. .' and* yoked, the person holding such .license its rock
to reach out near or to D. J..Bum- margins, constantly drawing i
.t On notion of 11''.. 8. Parttn seconded'. ner's place where .would .strike the shall be Incapable ..of obtaining water from the glades cad ejecting it i .. flrAdRDA1R, \ ...
by J. F. William., the reward of'WO,.: malnjbulk of both pine and i cypress ,, another: such license for one1 year from into the sea. The 'pump snake will t : E
for each conviction of violators of the the date of revocation.. feed .
-timber, of which there is a large quans 1..111.1. absolutely above 'C1'.t. '
liquor lawwas repealed from: this tlty. Should the ,Inspector's report Approved ),f&11S. 1906.. , log never wear out, needing : I ," ;:'1

date. 'After which tbe.Board' took- ,a'reoe. (f give '" satisfaction, Mr.. Flager will Attention 1* also called to'rule II, no experts to direct their work'! and I I 0 ., ,.... f. :. ''1..., '
', .. until 2 p.:m / ; no doubt bur..' 'article 2, which requires all steam or would remove the water from the Everglades I /""' "/ ."... ,
Th'e'Uoard' ''re-convened at2''pI." : ..p. ,, We are a little dry.'at present. We motor vessels,"of whatever Size, when long before his present *ys>r : ;
.. All being present but 'W.' W* Ivey, have bad plenty of rain for six ....Ir.. under :'way to carry1' proper lights tern would be ready to- commence op. . . 1 ;\.v
f. .commissioner. On m'otlop of H.' So' Corn crops are good, most. farmer which shall be exhibited between .son- erations:' : paAINA081IPJ r1'r ; ,
("/4 '.rtla seconded by J. F.' Williams,'}i.have planted considerable sweet set and sunrise In the manner .pre : ( _.. ; < : :J I'
'b':" Mike Simmons was c appointed, tattle i and are still planting.' Cattle Qotatoes scribed In said rule. Watermelons "''gb. EVIRYTfltNG' 4EWtSaddles : ;!
Inspedtor-for 01.... No. 3 at Crabb'. : (r are looking Also to rule'III. 'article 15, "SIg ,
',, 'j !good; .peaty good. nutritious __._ .... .__LL' _. \ o .J
\ The warrants were signed up In grass.' '. zest. .DICO twyuires all .....m "Or New York; .)ua.Ir' lobe''P..D.' . '. J- .t"p
open Board. The Tax Assessorpre I Mr. Harris you could' enjoy yourself motor essels to be provided with an warm 'w.'b.r' continues next, week "
1' '' sented his assessment roll for 1906 and if you would come jaround cow efficient.whistle or siren, sounded by there will be a scarcity of watermelons '
,the Board proceeded to' equalize .the We are feasting on the fat of r.belaad: steam or some substitute for steam for the Fourth of July trade. Dealers { '
>.... 'same. For full revision and, raise I,I milk and ''honey' plentiful" and ofcourse and with an eflctegtfog; horn,'al.o an feel as though, tbe highest prices ; Harness 1Vbrpckery ; .
'.'see notice In another column : we have all the cabbage, we efficient bell., ; '. known for year.will prevail,. ;Usually ,
. Commissioner William. excused A of $$500 at this time Y
was want the year round, so you see, we penalty Is provided In there are plenty of Georgia I "
't '. 'from further attendance at Ingot the Board ''and pending the always grow later, catch fish, cut for violations of the law for' no. car none are here, as'' the crop' Is more . ; i ,
rtiv; 'equalisation of tbe tax roll the Board bee trees and lire ,on ;the top shelf. rying life' preservers'. .as required In than two week )ate.' Last'year at. . ... .,} .' : .t., I,
!*'vHto" k: a recess until fl:30 a.. m.Tu sday;; Come and see. :1.: the act. this time there were plenty of Oeorglas ;
I July 3 1000.f D.'J.: Sumner has arot the wolf securely and lobe trade looks for these melons Tinware "" : -. ; .Gloss : ': t '
. The Board '' for the 4th.Several. / .
f reconvenedTuesday, toackea off,' its 'corn; crop. M More .Teachers AppointedThe : "
-. July 3, 1900. at 9:30 a. m. Present K. good his potato P.Leb" large, melons: !! cars during the week spld ' t:

.T. ,Butler,.chairman, O. S. Partln J. plentifuloow pea plenty and his'son School Board at their .meeting for 9500 and there was not enough of ; Palrigs: .: ;: Oils '! '! I:
'Hi Walker commissioner. P. A. Van.l Mill took out 000 Ibs-roT fine honey last? "Tuesday male the following this first class stock to no around . ; ;; ,:
, .Agnew County Attorney and W In ODe day besldes having .on band. additional appointments teachers; elze.ruo a* high as 40 pounds arey :; .=:: .' ,41. :
: J Johnston D.. 0.. : "* I more than 25 gallon from tree he School Mo. ,1-Prof. D. F.. Kiiton '* >ge apd while some of them 'do not : : .
:," Tbe equalisation of the tax roll was has,robbed.. He has thirty 'bI.e. 'of ot Adsl, 0... A..'". PrUu Second I cut. as well as they should there Is ''a Window. 'Shades r Matting 'aiidFsirttiins \. :i}. /
'*\continued and completed and the mattor bees In the yard and -they have been tirade Mis. JLaaols Bass Fourth demand for. the big melons pthmarket . ,. .. :r
%.. of the !levy for tbeyear: 1900**a*' 'very piosperoue-uaing the A. I. Grade Mis.Eoima Futob. are outbidding New York andgetting I ' '

,',taken u'p, andafter, some discussloo t!:'Roo'biT", protecting'them In many ,SohoolNo.. 16-Miss MableTlson. considerable of the stock. IttiplemenisAgents 'it, !:I':' .- ,
>.'fot.* to the road millage; Commissioner from Insects School No. S-Miss The arrival are about'equally divided %
caterpillars, 'etc. Georgia Owen; ;/" :
.. . .. .
,. Walker wanting a reduction, the following The orange crop Is good and looksas ,, School No. 12-J,. M.;'na,.. between the boat: and the railroad. .. .. "': \
, "' levy was made' .I' It they.will. get ripe very earjy this I School No: 28-Mlis Cb.rlott.e'Mll. The trade Is'prejudiced against.- small : f. .(' ) tq(
''. 1': Resolved by the Board of. County year. .They are larger OOw than.Uiey ton' assistant;' Mr. '''J. H;' Stef- melons even though:>> the pride.I. low. t ,-, !I.'...
''}! Commissioners of .o.oeola"oouL"'. t .er. th i. tin Iffc 8ap.. fee Primary department.; A man_will have to pay a- dollar for ;PinSBllROH :. J
, sonoandcollected .uponihefreal and' We are looking, for'old Crab'/Grass School No.49-Mis* Cora Owens.. his Fourth of July melon if he gets .a for the STEEL. IENCE;. u
IW, to build good one.'Lost \
,! I \up aa there are so many railroad d , '
.'personal L O-Ol. and property State of Ir Florida the county for ,the of lately survyabeing, Two surveys made have i been near made here A Narrow: Escape.: . ': TweiltyThree'$20 Bifls. ,'Get our. prices" before :[tuylng.', eisewfier: ;;' : l' i:

it of said for .
use county the y r.rD. f from Orlando going south here r. & .
near .
906 the following assessment, vis.,. 'and the east coming up to our door The town bad a'narrow escape' last County CoramlsMoner, J. H. Wal m Pte ct.k. _';'. 'ff! ,
;.\. For General .Revenue 21 mills' ,on Certainly we.will,hear the locomotive; night from'soother Beriou fi.... In ker of Baslnger, who has been in town JQao cuacuaClQQClClQ: : : ".the 1.00.. y th..J'tI.jU' of attending the'meeting'-of'' 'the'' tab!
soon.< More ''ADOD; room the 'City Bakery '>a .
'. For County. ScpooLe 0 mills, on the pile of old boxes and trash took fire this week states thatbe bad the .mis ;-5 .
100. In some. Unknown fortune about June 16th to lose M80' .. . ,, '
way and WAS discovered > rf
I'For'. Cayunty: ,Road 0 mill on; the ,!O,'"', '>.'.-1'.r'1l: .,'f 0 \ > .:

.'1.00.' . Solicitor a ..lou.conJl&a'1'a&l.a. the money was In twenty dollar bills NEW' .GROCERY:' *! ,
; For County Special mill on the of W.record J. Bryan of the criminal . -rolled up in a sheet of writing paper .. ,. :STORE; u.
court for'Duvsl county r. and was la.bis .
1.00': hip' pocket, Be expected -
,- For fine and forfeiture Fnn' .f1 "' '
Ware, O.B..White H. Time. repesentatlve We 'a' J-4.
the 100. Makloga 'totalof "- DII Stratum today ..bat'tab.. transaction thalday and was p AJPaady
mule on ou lobe $1.00.' Gamble;; and H. ,,E. Harklsbelner, cattle business In Florida this. season the river at Baslnger la a small crossing skiff, : 'old.stand': with a full stools of flbsll. .'-, ,, "

.... And a further' levy'upon the real and of .Jacksonville andraialng for forming an 'Ice This had been Is due the'' poorest.. rot 'late ,'.:years. sitting-oil the1 extreme) stern end of the FANCY AND; [FAMltY, O '.8, ,;.
Personal property embraced In v the : combination 'the price' in -verat reasons particularly boat, when bethink the money. must 1. -if.
i llowUig sub mool dlstr'lou,' to-wlt,, lolatlon of the statute. ' to the .0..11_ of tb.bemand have slipped from bye pocket Into toe> and 'i..pecUully. eo..Uoft> *>har. ota. i MIi# ; '"

S Sub-School" District, No,,.2, ..three The ease will be watched with': inter. the from'Cuba. and the.lack of money on water: i After discovering( his loss he i. 'p.l.I'Oa.. ,. ,,,... dWeN'y'to, falhtih.M'lot.',. ...':J rJ
Lila ad.
Ul* on the $1.00.SubSchool . ' est, and If the case goes against the de Shipments of aide w the went back in the skiff e nd mad dill It. :W..' 'ill. >7": Ij ,;. i\'JI\

to the ti-oo.' District-- v'No. 3'.two milt;!\.: !fend conru ants there and will 1*afflrmed be acme by tall-the supreme hustling Cuban Captain,.market McKay bee baye taken-- about the;teamer ceased. to geot find search lu, He for tblnkslt tbe mane became*. bllt.f.U.4'.water {; Q L1it ? : .: : :)( ''T
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In other outof
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Flying W.dge. j LOTUS,VND, is STirziitiAMD, Tit! .contrastyetwllen the'chHly jastneasee DapRI&'S

N'Tif p i -clJj-l --/"aroat'Ecottl- exclaimed the 4rumr andjh: warmth/abocit b'.L ; ;
; fov"fJ.
BEAIITIF41l,. D W&L t "'ANd StHl Swltterf
iner'who bad put up In \:ale aid.) ,farm I F. p dl\ \\ 1\;. tba Swlal 'j .. .t .C .
land'1J'most/bushe/allke. f'.If Invite '
house .ever. night> "What waUat / : ": R ,WHEAT FLAKE CELERY;
or, : to"wltness'ttd final bo t'l', >etween
!nol down'.b.lowt Football""Wore. S1a. thiaa'eI. ih I a tuff, >> *
u e than that, .( al1cer." 'chuckled FapnUlloa "!... I'._..t. m.A Kiel the seasons, when the snow tetreeb .

e s, the old farmer us he' snuffed out MI'::-Un. of the Rq. 11.1' )If..'_ and, the powers, .win. Just now ypa,. I II
'" ,, the candle. "Yeoa S MV",i; have eight lathe wgee4. .11UiAlLDo, .s U.I.tl7 may dig a stick intd the melting snow .FOODJ';

darters an' 'each one of them has a ..d Wltli.... BitnblM_Tta. N.J.e.. upon ,tho heights, above Montreui: and

f beau who calls 'on Thursday"night*. like Swte..y.lsa'lea; J* 'Xmow* III. discover the triumphant blossom that ? '

WalU?the.,first couple that..gets- the"Ecr.tnasce have been.'fI'.Ulue for tbe.Moment of Is a nourishing i food; in fact,'.)
parlor can; have it. That's why they;. release.Thousands of feet above the very

Ayp: rnnning." --0 ,, : soda: III.:THEOK ; JlJO>t C..01I11Cs.a] I le\"ellf) the sent t But Switzerland, thebuslneskllke an article ofdiet, nutritious; in 1't':i,
rN p i I "' "
4 r ri t I : 'arranged. for nil thatIt

i i ''f _ c I --"---------- Is scarcely necessary to set one foot Itself, would support life. On it ;.11
: .
MARINE NOISE ,!"MAKERS before anotner. ;?ou may be dragged < '
all the countries the world,, feed with profit and with,,
mechanical transport can
all kind
of you ,
surely Swltzerlntfd I* th. most : by ,,.
+ 'Tin Horns, Mechanical Fog Horn..nd' bufluessllfccs. No'oue can eon, I nloft. Even as you tremble at the pleasure1. Palatable and ''easy of 1.'
.. Various' Modern'; ''tiver aud annex SwwItcerlAudi" transit of the funicular 'railway that
rt .Contrlvaneea.' 'Territet Cans: andwill '
takes from
sir ,' "'venders bring but that 1. Switzerland a fr4r\ II you digestion ., ,
Tin horns such as dually: 'convey you: to Dee Avant
t doe not parade Its' Internal organlzu. '
load the city'. 10 cents .a package. .
out by' the wagon jo and this neighborhood of eterdal snows ,
tlou'though. from a close Inspection ol"thcofiUlal
.' atreat*'on election alght/are stock ar- you will see the flowers, tenderly truculent For sale by all Grooem
notices oa public buildings,,
,',Icle. of sale the year'aroundln' the one,may gather that everySwlss from tbrnstliiff' / their! head through the ..: -_ ;

stores, of dealers In marine supplies stone walls that border' the ascent) Cold 'IStor.g Qama.The" .
:youth to inlddleagils required to practice -
On every boat bigger than a rowboata Printed notices Implore you.not is- startling disclosure of. the ''tt
that If
.bootlng.and trouble: arose,, '
bI noise maker of some ort |* aa necessary stretch out a hand and'pluck tbeni.
meat packer may
of the'
i' these 'William Tell of a later day practices
J? an item; of equipment as the One night a* well pluck water Illle
of ;
e' to the consumers
would lie! behind the shoulder of an imminent well give pau
anchor 'to give warning of .the ve'sel's .from' tb. Thames. Both Sctg, ,'were G.
If It be the common
i avalanche and pick the apple ...
presence or approach murder of the first degree. .

. ': I r .KOCIC. i>l Iiui: It.TV01 K. US TUB. PANAMA CANAL,. I Thousands, of tin horns of various from But the the Invader'ordinary eye.visitor''to. Switzer- Contemplating the height and living and mutton practice and ot pork the' and packers sausage of beet and >

'annually'' fold to fishermen.; crowd.In
else on the levelwe are a polyglot luae chemt-
to ;
laud 1 only dimly conscious of I>llngIn.a canned chicken
GMOLEKE: MOTOR CARS.A adoption of a 'round shape for the I oystermen and men using boats, in well-governed country. Vaguely the hotel and moM of u* are hereupon >Cal for preserving'the meats, for ;re?. y
window The'sashes' are said to be I many waters, In various 'pursuit, and Geneva a hint from some doctor or other ; eolor of diseased flesh and '
he knows that watches are famous storing the ,,
New Oa l. Just Finished JTor the Ught'water.., tight and dust 'tight, : each horn are cold,'a* well, for ""boils that Swiss'''milk 1* on the-world' Medical reputations are here spun upon neutralizing: the odor of'that which I* to

-, t 'V.toa PaelfloRoad., aDd .to be an. Improvement on' the ,ue.d for pleasure A big born of this market, that the natty populationseems 'the- point of an epigram There, are rotten what may we not assume to be

ol the, latestIdea;' fa rail double windows parlor 'cars. 'The I kind Bright) be beard -mile.. well fed, well dressed and remarkably Russian, and French and Germans, asprinkling done In the same direction''' by the

., 1 QNB :practice Is to..bivetear eating capacity of, No. T Is tefentyflve. For' Jarl er- vessel, such a* schooners clean, aa compared'with the of American! a' few EngHsU dealers in cold storage game;' A* 1* {

., :rnri: independently : The Interior-Is finished In English sailing In open waters, and not and a Persian. But the central Immense quantities,, of
Engllah periiaut; who ''never1 well known) ,
of a,.locomotive, and yet :will oak. The weight Is B,000: pounds equipped -with, power' with which to. hands, but "whea they gets 'ard, figure* 1* the Anglo-Indian who 'JJubeen are kept. In the cold storage establishment i

soh rely on ..electricity& a. used by a'and tjf} length/ ettJ'- n feet: ;JThe car blow whistles, there are provided' me I He* 'em." And In a moment of reflection imprisoned here by.. doctor orders game for year, whence, the f

trolley c r-that}ta;taking power:, from I 1* especially: :designed for. climbing chanical fog horns that caD be operat- he' may reallxe, that this Is for several months., He know all Is removed for consumption

I distant *tallori'through an overhead" grade., and 1* not geared to as high a .. eel by hand, and that' can be',heard. not a natloacomposed- exclusively of the' ''the.bote IhMr past and- product oflllort ,nltY""bfrl5r.. Anyone who

wire or oilier metallic conductor. Several speed as Borne of the previous cars.' three. or four1 miles away hotel"managers. waiters, porter and thc-lr-/ symptoms. Every evening" after as ever seen the stuff In mas*. knows

different method of driving thee According to the Manufacturers' Record With the' multiplication everywhere the rest of the people that smooth their dinner, while the lake lies in glory has dlsguBtlng object it sometime., M
canhave beau tried. In Knglnnd whose mu.traUoD'II.bere, reproduced within recent year of pleasure craft' and'Mont Blanc Ii catching the'final' what a understand that
manners .to make tho tourist' path and will' readily
I't' ..teaDenl'lnea are In favor, on the Continent the new car was run around the there have, been introduced .*tlll other reflex: Of r the sun, he spreads'his cards Is, It must be !subjected) to' a:

Of Europe Horace batteries have railroad jiird at Omaha for a few data sorts. of noise maker One ol racy: for a same: of Patience. The nations some c< kQr'tI' pro"I.ot!! renovation

i I a limited u.e.'aDd In the United States after It was fiulnbed to "limber up" the these Is a bellow born with the horn Br, some extraordlimry combination of the earth gAther\ about him. and meat p4 served: even to the
of be .
of motley gathering ty
circumstances! It can
: before
v two other' systems are being 'exper1.It machinery Then, about,a month ago. attached to the top board of a trimlyfinished Italians and French, 1'rot- give advice In many tongue Those confiding and Ignorant consumt_
mented "with. One Is very complicated.A It made a long I distance trip. It started bellow of oblong shape to who speak in many languages/ shout in most much of this cold storrBK { ,
I k combination( is made, consisting of a our on the main line westward a short the, top board of which also la attach csta-ots and Itoinan Catholics, Conll'1'Tntlvel all of Jthctn. Especially the amazing: e r, Of course,catch-,: persons who' ,
Socloll.t.nllrc by .
i gasolene eiigfte{ II dynamo (to'generate, time after the and statesmen served
l IsU ,
electricity I'and a motor (Ilk that on a I The motor gar gained'on' the train to be put down anywhere and operated Walters peasant one sentence--all but Hindustani" hare game who have s.
the thing,
combined toform
have correct ,:
I? trolley can axle: ) to use It. ,This would such an extent that at Fremontforty; simply by pressure. Though not u most patriotic which I.I the.Itn.1 refuge of the Anglo- it l Is the to tie game .f.
in the world. game
needlessly ,expensive'plan,,'because -- six* miles' from Omaha it was held community of tine notion,
seem a. big a* the mechanical fog horn It can Indian There was a move who eat the bird ,"
In the last weeks I have had to reconstruct and
I be
: If. the'power}*. ,toy be ,derived back six. minute ba' block' signal. be heard fort: a considerable distance. Idea whileloitering card. And the girl broke out: must them, no matterhow

11 from, .a 'gaaolene 'engine' it .might bethought Owing to 14. ..heav1 wind and meeting 'A e'l'l' smaller bellow noise maker my of patriotism of lake "No, not' Tenex! Tenext You breakme that. Is set before be In color and \
about the shores V\
+ t' that the latter alone''would be I. trains from this tlue on, the schedulewas has In place oLa horn an air whistle- the headl Sle Geben zu Scbnelll "alarming It may Chicago

i, ; u enbush without..ncy, clejjtrlclty! ;. It, U I not maintained; however; the total Another, whistle contrivance bas -a'' Leiuau and talking and.mixing'swatter nil the I -Alit!11.1 Ha I I" So:rf -..:l_- flavor. In the light Of the, the consumer

:, i asserted however r. tht ,,"Ub.nothing j time of, the, motor cur front Omaha to mall upright metal -cylinder In which languages of which I have a I Then the hotel proprietor having packing house revelations game may not J
ug. not excepting an artful adaptation of.cold storage
air Is compressed by means of a handle -. of the ancient Greek of Oxford to. the I stolen up unobserved! remarked In half i unreasonably view,,, the dish with suspicion kt
t worked like a plunger. The whistle a dozen language that the move w'a* it with prudence.
modern Greek of Athens. No and refrain from .
L't be of single tone right, .and Anglo-Indian went to
which may one a the late Mr. Buckle would have called .-Forest and Stream.
outsideof bed with tbe linpplness of a' triumph.
or a chime. .Is attached to.the. Swiss patriotism geographical 'Tbucyfides :
rt '
i the cylinder, They ku'ow their. business-In Switxav
gave the hInt when he touched .
r'' Still another maker the phrase that nis7 be translated land.
in Russia, the
to the
tIi' whistle with light
la an air blown a: of Interest" Switzerland
'community '
DIFFUSION Of" METALS Austrian manufacturer of matches
When the
contrivance attached. "
J J.Y of Interest ando
boa that "community the necessary .
find it Impossible to procure
/ cord is pulled the light shows as the ordinary tourist who spine downto Solid Gold 8..Bd. III Atoms TbTonfth CttmIt quantities of Russian poplar wood; y,

the whistle blows Obviously the light Dover. lunche*'on beef and: pickle
,.attachment Is for> use -at<, locate is a Briton should. upon a turbine According to on official'of' the Geological with which made the :

the boat from which, thg" whistle .Reamer dines In Paris and breakfasts Survey, very wonderful esperl- matches are Austrian match fao-,

( is blowing., v upon rolls butter,_coffee' (such meats have beeu.jnado In. recent year The largest been obliged to reduce '.
While these later:soufld producers coffee!),. and honey In Genera the "wonder with reference to tbe "dlfruI on of solid tortes have C

;. :i. NEW TYPE, :, OF; MOTOR CAR JUST COMPLETED BY. TUti UNIONPACIFIC I designed word" especially for.. yachts arise.*" metals." It has been proved, for Instance their addition production te this on, this the cost account.of other As.;,Ii; { ,
other in
", ''; ; RAIL WAY'' AT OMAHA.:, ,, and launches and tenders and How is this', managed? The question that gold, without being melted, materials required in the manufacture
r,, plearjfp'craft, are rather more elab will diffuse atom through'a runs
"(vent round the.dinner table at Geneva.! It* matches baa Increased and the
orate, they are used for precisely What is the name of the king premier}. of solid lead. Of coarie. the amount of
brand Isinud
; but a"gasolene enl'ln'the spee.d cannotbe 153.0 miles, was B hour tin horn ,workmen demand higher wages than
the old
same purposes' president or ruler of( this happy country of the diffusion Is very slight/ but It i.*
regulated se. perfectly: for .railroad and 12 minute, with delay amountingto of formerly, all manufacturers have madean s
warning In aae' '
to give
car a* for an automobile and that the 40() minute on account of,order; namely, '' ""water : T< No one knew, The thing Is done easily measurable. Increase of ,J1.02-per 1,000 sack in
In crowded
fog, for, signalling rvlthour f. tumult without crowns In some of the experiment cylinder .
trains actual *s or "Swedtah" matchesN.
addition of .the' electric'machinery meeting etc. The run- for the price of i iY.
way., for blowing for landing or of lead about two and three-quarter
Hid 'robes and bauble It was only '
make eontrOll lot the running easier sting time for the 153.0 miles wa*. 4 Herald.
bridge*.-New York Sun. Inches In length with gold placed ,at
than otherwise. ' hour 32 minutes, 01'.31 miles per hour. when the Anglo-Indian shouted for a ,

icr jo) NevertMieasV a'Tew-'companie' are There was no.delay whatever on a<> Y y walter that the whisper was given the bottom were'' kept at a high| tem "IT SAVED MY LIFE" :

t 1'te"tb.'ga.olene"englneale. count 'of the motor 'car,.and-.the naJcblnery ;' Famous Actor a* Negro Mlnetrela. the name of the gentleman who hap peratnte but not bight enough tc melt .. ,. .
said he thought-, was the either of the metals for various periodsof
lt>ework. One of tberoad *. wa* In almost constant"motion ;Jefferson peot'd'tbll year to'brf the head of )

r eat 'w that, 'plan'1.1 being .tasted 1* from Omaha t* Grand rsta 4.l On thereturn one of the first men to black hi la face Bwlss Republic.. .' j time; In three day enough gold PRAISE FOB( A. FAUOUS ED LIRE '
after the appearance and success. .6fJim Very ,businesslike 1* the Swiss Republic. had passed upward through the solid -
tftrton 13
del, Pacific. The first expert- trip,, on April the actual '
f I Crow" (T. D.) Ulce.ri ., It' bas arrauged Its sea sous. lead to be detected nj 'of the Tells H Tried '
\mental ear ."",a. built only about two rnnntng time'was 4 hour-10 minute, I .rs.Wll1ad. b* lyala ,
t. :year a. o'and.several more have lnce or 30.3 mile* per hour From Elkhorn suppose," said. Mrs. Drew, fithereare" In winter'you_ may .k te?, tobogganind cylinder "Gold'and lead kept pressed E. PI.t....* bit Conpe.*d Just,

been constructed., The latest No. 7'; 1* to'.South'Omaha, a distance of 24.3 very few men In this company enjoy many, winter Vporti, or'Ue.. together. ,for. four day,, without being I II

"supposed to' represent the lessons of miles was covered In 80 minutes, or who have pot at one time or another In pure mountain air and, get rid,,of heated above ordinary temperatures, Tlms.'n..

? experience derived from tbe other. 42 miles per tour, ;A ftittxlroom:'peed been ,'1Laaocl te4, with minstrel .per : tuberculosis affection., .In ummerrotrmay were ..tronglj"uulted.. solid silver. Mrjts writes \ of K ma1D.....

In slap) It resemble %<0..2, but It has aytide of'' 03" mile per hour'was y attained on .formances." : ". I : crowd Lucerne: and hang In Solid gold also diffuse In *a, to Mrs. Flnkham' a

entrance. Ipdeod 'of end doors.' this trip. -played' Brudder Jones said. bunches over Zermatt on the end ofropes and solid copper. tea J'1IIkhana_ .

ri ( i-' The roof Is.twentyfourache.. lower Pne.of the mow,"cai'* built jby the Mr. Jefferson. .. -guaranteed not to snap. But These fact ,, are .regarded ineeffalu a* Conor* M I can tnalT NT that yes a sand bey l*
"Everybody knows* I wa la the Switzerland has another line under the matlon of the view long held zprses ny grailtoiW to
than minstrel business.," Good"I" exclaim ......onneS It quarters that the three ,condition* ofmatterl.aolld.Jllwd la
It bal
,: t'OlIch".ncl a' steel frame ,,Impart Houston and Palveaton Texas., Acetylene counter a spring '
_ the .ed.'' :Te.," ,I remarked, "because we imooth the way Gently''' It Invite and eaceou*, probably -
r 'great, strength to car. L One of'the. ; Is, used for lightingthesechicles. existltr'every liquid 01'aolld
most ';otlceable"'novelties l : ;l I. the were there.tog ther. W H. Joined rou to the shore of Lake Leman-with always
,Inv Crane,,"1 was on the'tambourtae promise*'of flower and substance but that one predom.

# f} Mllei .r ....... I ... LIFE tET. end with Campbell'a mlavtrels." 1 of mountain*.that ward off the horrid mates over othera.

.y' r t Locpsts .. 'again devastating sonthr = 'remember ..t.e1Unathll at. Lawrence wind* from.north and east
____ + r .: !:prl IL: .:'The swarm* flrat made Equally 4mportant-----with-- the sating of Barrett' house-'at Cohasset' where From the very Drat the way Is ..JY'" Wa BiUr riM*., &

y their .ppejar nee li few dayago, and life at sea 1*. the rescue of persona!! 1 the. rest of the 'ixtrly consisted'. '' of smoothed,, for you may flit your pock-, /"A young editor of a country weeklywho I

now they reach proportions that almost from burning building When Imprisoned , Edw1n.Booth".ndStuart UobsonnBooth ft* ".Ith- a tourist agency's hotel ,thougUf himself possessed .of a (( Fyt1f1
then told how he and J. B. high order of talent was lamenting hi* m
,' defy Imagination. It I. 'bot eafl7 in the 'upper floors. with .the PODS, and wave them languid1! you
y to realize to the mind an almost solid regular mean of exit 'ut'olr.. It 1* often Clarke were minstrel In their younger dodder round the lake fronvGeneva to narrow fate one day to a lady who wasof

phalanx of moving life 125 mile long necessary to resort to extreme .day, and ,he followed''' thl up. by Evlan and back aealnx l wa rather acknowledged!: literary ability, nar- _
_ declaring that he used to "pick a lit rate, the Jefferson. County (Wls.) r,
by six miles' broad. Unfortunately: the stress of. excite nervous about the conpons. fearing. '
,, \' }},0 the devastation which such myriads mesure4'Under'such a 'predlcamcut> tle"! on the ,banjo. I laughed ..od'Booth that the hotel per would complalu; Union. "If" I only bIda'clty paper better to
write for, Mid he,
the' and I
t ': lose ', Inquired reason I the For
; of Insect must create. In vegetation and children that was aot playing game.
.f Is not ao difficult to .ippreclate.tW1 their self-control and leap from 'win- added, "Oh. nothing much; only'Boothaid m1 od.on velvet There was my could I do.' -Iwould" then have an audience

f, ererer' the host baa passed nothing down;- regardless of the height 'from I II the banjo seemed such an odd fo and .lodging at so much per day appreciative of my talent"The moment 1{ li L 1..W QtlJtA

,, green remain. (Even the houses,trv the ground! The apparatus!. shown I combination."-Francis Wilson in d the Only exertion demanded was to lady looked at him for a making
sir are
"Becoming uninhabitable. The Oran' I Scribner' Magazine.: tear a 'bit of paper from a little book. and said "My dear you "'B 'or* f wrote to you tcUlog; you: how Xf
a most serlou* mistake.. It rou,have .lt,I bad doctored for over two years steady.
) .seems doomed'forFthis?, year 'But the Swiss Republic is businesslike
DOCTOR talent and are ambition rdUUnctlon: a..lIpIfI1t Iota of money oa BMdlaiiaB bniiks,
London Globe, '. > CLEVER ; the hotelkeeper knows 'that' he evidence of it In but it all aited to help ma Mr monthly e
"si r20 'Years' Trosrifle Wlthoat van make his profit out of the l luxuriesof why don't you.give rlods bad coated ant I miJfwM much pain.with .. h
"A'Reel} r.. .. .b .:" Cored Tne.' life when the necessities are provided the column of :your own paper! Your fainting spclla, haadacha, backacb, andbMringdown
..An/ M appreciative enough If you pains, and I was so weak I ,
Sneftclng the beat brain clearer ;
: 'I bear him murmuring "The
but them,something to ap could hardly keep arouwL Aa a Ian ranrt >
'Ttnoiwn.. Many, person conclude: anUuk' And will give I tedded to writ and K.tPtek-
v 'A'wise Indiana physician cured 20 little more, and how much It Is! for :yon try Lydia
of 'fplntnesa, or. fainting :wlth disease without any\ the traveler depart without murmurlag preciate. There 1* no better place i h.,..'. VeptAbI. Corapoand, and I sun ,snthuafol
1 years sjwnoach Class editorial-work than the conn kirk I did for after following i
violent .nee newspaper
snuff from a belief, la the efficacy i of' "I had ,stomach trouble for 20 of life are-In his breast-pocket -' control-it column do not cbu-ge,,, Hadt rcgolar and in perfect t
/raneezlng.: But tobacco'o taken I. InsX , allopathic medicine .' Switzerland know well enough that men who(, b ath I.* not bMD tar you. I would be
:reap' ,tried It U actor not the theatre, *
'part absorbed Icto the blood, and hurt. .. patent medicine the simple the spring visitor to the.lake: are not see that that mark the the Character! of the play guy.btod.lvei that;this letter an.y l..d't''

the ytem, says Home r.'otes.: ,Tickling remedies .uKKeat.4bT toy friends, Intent upon climbing or, Indeed, upon attract the audience.. every mffarfaig woman In the. country t.
r 'the .nostrils with t feather or but grew worse all tho time. ._. any physical exertion: that can be reasonably and. In reality write 7oufor help s. dd'" '

,traw,rill act a* well a* taking annff.Try "Finally a doc tor.who Is the mokt avoided. Then 1* Just the . When women. are troubled with Jr.'

4s ,, It, when' yon feel. faint;"it cannot'. I prominent, physician'In this part "of hint of peak to be surmounted and .aU.d Or.-....., ...._ regular or painful, period, weakness,, ,

do,harm. .- I the State medicine .would dome from the middle of the Pont du )it. When oyster 'are .removed from, d'-plaoemeator1llceratioDot' an organ,
A ; t VA. I $ I1IT:, no good only Irritating-my: stomr. Blanc at Geneva the old gentleryan oil'I more saline "water to that which Is lest that bearing-down feeling, inflammation ' y?,

; ,1N'1'Hi3'PUBLIC' + 'EYE ach 'and',making'\' It .wor ..< -that I'mast 'crutches surveys',the snowy summit he alt, says Dr. William E' '. Brooks, professor bllitr, backache, Indigestion. flatulence or nervous general proetrtlon der*-:; I.l

_ f4I.- 'Y''T look;to diet"and- quit,drinking has no hope of reaching. He Is a type of soology In the John Hopkins they should remember there la ,,,

coffee" :' .;' of' the spring visitors to the'Lake of University' who has made..tb oystera one.tried aDd true remedy; Lydia :B.. 'r.

'T !'! .tfrled out In alarm. 'Quit drinking '', 'Geneva (which ;yon may I'call alter; life study, they absorb water quickly Pink-ham's Vegetable Compound atone

I I 1 : '. coffee!' 'f'hy'What 'WI\II drink" nately th- Lake Leman.) 'We' lounge/ and become plump, or. "fat," but the removes such troubles ? \I\;

V 'Try Postum. said (the doctor: 'I, on deck chair before the hotel at Lauaune fatnesk U nothing but water.,, ..Th.fattnIDI".1I No other female medicine lathe world: ';

Beady For.. Instant Use. drink It and you will like It When It,. and comment on tb,' extreme: f usually carried on.In the has received each widespread andn. :

r berg I "rae delllned'especially for pcb la made according to directions, with blueness of the lake, while one or two mouth of rivers, ;r whlch> are''' always; !stitutes.qualified; =endorsement.'. . ,. ..Refuse'&.11 sub

"_ ova. Va mergencls*. whew there Is- not luM. cream ''tor 'It I* delicious and .ha" 'remember 'that Tyndall grew almost near towns and polluted by sewage.. '- forts rear*Mrs.Plnlcham.daughter* .
rI the ladders, It note of the bad effect coffee ha* -"fattened" .oyster la -too suspicious . 1
.I tient'time to raise' 'furious at its blueness, and Insisted Every tn-law-Lfa11a E. Pinkham, ha under A
tTl i consist trong.7ct'flexible' net. f Well, that wa two year ago'andI Uy;. vponla cross-examination., But we do ,to b*. eaten' raw,aDd the outbreaks . her, direction. and sine her decease f

upported upon' a' stout frame., Tb am *.tm.drlDklnc'. ,Poetum. not worry ourselves .n* to why the lake of typhoid' fever which have been' advising1\ stole women free ..oi.cblLl'l'8o' Q

I, eaves. ,, .p ara t .,I.." .triieted.tai? t>. stomach la right again and h-.4'"he8.I know 1* blue:;' We. place ourselves upon a been traced to o.7.te"mo.tclearll: have ,Address, Liynn, Ma. **;,
rigidly attached a"wagon,"and whennot Doctor hit the nail on the comfortable steamer and contemplate. been traced to "fattened" oysters.All ,' J.. '.j /

In'''use fold up Into a small apace he f decided coffee,,waa. the ,caaae'ot' ,lt; Xbe-centfort 1* Increased by" the the fresh water that"a ''"fattened"' r""G"Y! BBINQ'A J"I>ATTBllER.-
: of'a cr.nk.DeI all my trouble., I only wish I had quit absorbed la at extracted .."What Drought he... ;
It haoperated: b7 'meanl drank Poatau twits algbt of tie jagged horror of the Dent oyster has once you my.poorasked

handle'the turning of the latter U year ago and dn''I Midi-crowned'with no"w--and the by cooking, *o that the "fattening", JOanT'. tie prison visitor.. '
Co.. '
flag ....... oat U tbe Tig6t teJotwIIIb"tIa".t .. [place. Nam'givenby. ; '" ' steward tell'a complicated story'of a .oysters ,that Jre'\ .:Ite'be
f 'ca4 bilhansport ,Cattle Creeltfallc'late to" mend. 'Ten day*', : salamander Sit an Icebox.' If appeal toot only an -uun-ecessary expense, bat. tt'1ln'. .to Batter:'a.. rich.0'\ man."./ -
too ,
Wt -t "JIII .. Never are end 1 o.8..tb.': eon.lImer1Tbo'la' sold ")* Ideal"
visitor who
TI.-.Z-XW-Tifcjyr : 'trial.'of', place)' of ,coffee to the ,practical- fraud
IOn. D' to escape/roni.t<< ; am i! wonxjera.There'. a'reason, ., (retain the'-touch ef ideslltm. 'A*!>w. filthy water from the harbor of cities "T.., I Jist.; tried 'to' Imitate .hi* ; I

Cllelits8'E" '"':'' ;:' ,@M,W iNbAyr' i,j:" c uld '.jump' from" the i'window.. ''Inu.I :Look In pk*> for the famous little;. "lonirge about the shores. of the ..11.,'or,, at the:, prlci"of, :, 6y. tr--.Nw: '" York-. .signature on aeck."r-Phlladelphl4. .. ;
t 'y..A.U. ? a the,net withx.ssurnee. : .that I .th*) ". ... ,' I '
: .:' : 'book; Th.Road to.W.l1yl11e., .aM aklrt.It In, steamboat, wa.waico_ .. :.f, rr 'II 'ii.Il .Prm t.\ .
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.SlEtC SATE .THE' UYESpOF: ;.1.,MEXICAN, ,j./, 4/. ? :?rs L,* ....+ iJTT8 *.* [ "."','1 "" __. .,. .
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)US FAMILt A .. r. .... $ ."Ih.'Dan e:5: .rv '
w s padtt1.1 litt:1 :=: gs1
& flea ," 'POPE:TOLEDO'TYPE'): joJ $2500.

"', Iacldent ,U.B. ltusa,LcL,lit Arot:9t.,1'bfa.Pa. I ? . ..I ;

; \ Apachit.. .of the_ FrontierVhen In .March.: !*** Japanese ". > I. : "

Tribes B.rnedt. PI I.E.cI..a4 - I waiian Llama for th. Paaifio Couto.I .,, '1'HIS-CYLII- .;*' DER20:: -24.; H. :"P.",PAP. 'IteOLO' : F ,."rContains'.eve.yrgood'

If n. vtlBsloWs 5oothing Syrup for Children I' i '
mm teethln %..rtBa U>ef ..... _. ._ H _.... !'.H. W. mm j :B Hj_ ties allays.....,..-win..oU.. Be a bottle. ;, practice _
.. q n. .p.q -p --- -- -- -pr- - -- - "
Nickel ,Steel; Xransmi avic + >
indtasiiiig Cli-pme ( i* f Ilars,
nest1 the ,,Rio Grande body; of:red "wUo bad bUrned William'Dean HoweUs .ateD by pouf ,
grove devils from.- '-"-- Shaft \.Gi fed b' accent,.what city you came V1ty ,t
five .
the corral but the
I IN.a tlilrl- :years ago was sail outbuildings( ,
...". a body of fifty men In the stoneranch house and high thick surrounding Lord: Northeote, governor-gsneral .can ,be drlveii.behlnd: A team walking or wp to ,it. xtu(3O _,_.,of; ,.
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loose uniform "ot the 'Texas walls resisted.. The vaquero : 'of Australia was eutertalned, at' a II' miles an'hour-en'the'highgear.; '' P 3 ;

.I.11 Bangers says a writer I U> the Chicago being away with a. drove of :horses, banquet In a coat mine at NewcastleNew ,/ ; .A. light; 5'!?1eldy. czr' ol neat"pbwer, speed and endurance. Easy: to' drive J 'cation;
*,South Wales. The banqueting. :
:j Record-Ilenid. The grove was about bad not :hurried !Into the ranch and -..
half a mile In diameter, and nearly kept beyond the reach of the redskins' hall Was SOO feef below the surface. tires ; easy on the pocketbook for upkeep ::

Circular. The rangers sought rest after : until 'the .Idea, struck 'Bnd, the ,t S..'. This T

f' a fruitless search for bandar of Apaches I rurales. In doing' this be blunderedInto . ".offer OB. Hundred Dollars Rew..cUorr I I POPETOLEPO: TYPE VII: IfiSGib1: A
known to, be on beth fides of the the, grove. any once ot Catarrh that cannot be cured br ,
Ball:>Catarrh Can .(!
pi 1 river. It was customary for th'i The"romantic feature'of this tale of ..,. i"F..1. Cairn* Co, Toledo.O. I This is front entrance model which is now so popular. It: ''has the regular;30 BE. w )
; ,.rangers and the Mexican rural to help I IJ. war I. involved In, the fact that, the -W. the e.d.rslgned.hav. known f. i. our
i[,ft, :. each otber'when near the border llne.i .Major';and his' brother officers had Cheney for toe Jut 16 years and bailer.himperteeilr P. engine and chassis and is a< ,car which.appeals to.the 'convenience and comfort of theowner.

The rangers were a stalwart, bronseaand often visited"tbe home of'the don and honorable fa all bnalaaas tmaanUonaand.flnnnotnlly *- 'Tonpeau'and construction''throughout.CATALOGUC IIUI
able to oat / Rooniy Pope-Toledo .
:' set'of menj! of Intelligent I fIWB \
. v : enjoyed his hospitality.; The Mexican ......-flnu ;
face and quiet In conversation and dons "are noted' for their genial 1 and "..T A TnoAX, Wbotaaate >>.........'.To- I W..KT\TO( PL'>CE'NOME'' :9I' ,THE8B.\cAR8DJ. 1r011Jl. UCINITY. '

tnannors. They were Maintained by generous, ,freedom la social life to "..lado.....,O., XI *A. A BtAavtx, Wholesale WRITC'I! ). 'POR .PAnTIcULARS., *.- ere.., . 'J
tbe State-to suppress Internal disorder Americans of the higher grade.The Drnnlata Toledo O. m '. t
I ,and repel external Invaslorrrthe'y; were Hall'. *. 'hOuzel.tsk.ntatamallyaet.hgdtr.otlyupoath.blood *
deadlyperll aroused the oftleeraand' ,' '
selected, from the ,better class of cltl- mnenoaaaar* &.1 .' ,., ,'. .
men 'to Instant action. Thetrumpet laeea "
ettheayitem. T..ttmosInlesutfr e* . \ ,
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endowed with civic [ (
Bens wbo were call of boots and saddlesbrought Prioo."e.pec bottle. Bold by clDruggists. I I ) ';
,t i. virtues and governed "patriotic purposes. promptly the squadron Into 'Take Katie Family Pills lor constipation. : '
..i' Long service.had given, them ., ; t ""I.
fprtn for advance. They knew not the State pride takes ''form. . '1 ::1"I
,the mastery ofeve1'1'kiId of warfare- strange ... ... 'II' ;1. I '.
: number their enemies nor cared for Wisconsin notes that more rats than : :", v.I.ii" '
:.:. '
lawless and -
with the desperate pitilessIndian. ,
1.' 'con.equ ncea; the only thought and ever,before are being caught within Ii'Ii'T '''r\' : \"- ". "
( perfect .
? Their dlselpllne'wae cry of that superb" band of heroic men '..her borders. She attributes this fact '+ ,
j either In camp'or field., They 'were', I .y _
cub.'Jant was "To the re'scue And theyigped to the'Increased production of cheese. ;
h in 1
'equipped plctureaque j ,
onward the dry'bed of-the rlYfracro.s 1Y'1
t" ,armed most effectively, as taught by the of TOKTTJBBD WITH GRAVEL. ". ,
theprltlrl. to scene con
experience. -" .... ,..f.>>, .. "H ', '
flict. .The light burning buildings :
;Each man carried a huge bOwie knlfo Indicated the locality through the dark Since;Using DOM'S Kidney: Pals-Nos'. : ', ..'f. ;.kt.. ,.....,..r. I .('W<

for close fighting, carbine for range ness ten miles In the distance* In less >a Single Stone Has Formed:. Pope.Toledo, Type X, 025OO. |C -

fighting, two six-shooters each and a than an hour the rangers were within CaptL.; Cru AdJt."Wm' : Watt
saber for the charge, and they were :
bearing of yells, shout and wild war 'Camp U. C.' V., Boanoke.Va.. 5aya
of these .
. expert In the use . 'MOTORCARCO
cries, 'and haltiug here, they formed "I suffered tiet i
weapons than any 'other body of men for the attack=, resting their horses fora long lone- time .
_ Great shown in the .
living. care was
spell after the swift ride. with' back
'aeboica of their horses, for they were I DESK iTOLCDp OMi-D.I .
invaluable service and In fact, made 'Tte' Apaches were all unconscious of and' felt draggy ,. JB, :

tbe rangers' work on the vast plains danger and mad with tbe excitementof '( 'and 'listless,,, and ,Boston. ., 'S A m* m :223 Jflolurnbuai; Aves.Ft :.

l, { .of TezaiPoaslble. Speed, endurance battle and Its changing fortunes, for w tired-lost all rlrgm the 'tlme.1. _jay. I_ "Yi ""City-- a, .< .- ,,-.' .' ''i'l 733, Brontlwsiy. \'
hand "' the-gallant don and his men still hold .l t'1- : '
I the qualities'of courage with"intelligence the steed, which, under were the- rugged walls of the ranch ,house, ,: usual .weight Washlnltoni. D, 'C..h-! .' ., :"'!' 819' .14th ,s&:.. ''.. ,r

.hi..r.. : kind training made the soldier andIt. while the frcnsled savages In hundreds; 225to 170. L'rln'erypassages'were- .'' tA., oolatlon 'of Lloene 'Automobile- _Manufaeturere, j ,
:, "r' '
:'horse a modern Centaur and Irresistible raged around.and assaulted with horse w .too frequent ...ndr6 eel.a ...e.e ----..------ -- .i
- against tbe wild tribes of the West and foot time after time, but they,were .. ----
It. Each man held twelve lives in his always baffled and driven backrln Impotent IA.v. :ba4 to get Btralned Ankla.

In his carbine: and all who fury', -Yet numbers must at taut upoften at night. "When the ankle is" only slightly
bolsters: one
I. came within the deadly lunge ot'the prevail other tblnga,.being equal., The . \ ; ,1 had headaches trained, and no ligaments torn, there .Ylint'er5mithrs: :
knife or sweep of the saber perished. don and his force";were fighting; with and dizzy spells'also, but my wont will only be slight swelling and painwhen
for despair In Ujelf hearts, y-bllela7lnJr amine suffering; .was,from renal colic. After 'attempt Is made to walk.. The '" j '
and arrayed stirring
y adventures So. prepared and ruthless .war- the of>ifowder "to blow. eve.rythInBintp ( I began using Doan'a'1Odn'7PUl.1 treatment Is simple. Bathe the Injured fOLOU: 1'rOlliG] :
stone as big asa
ihe heavens final from' passed a gravel member In water etmia
--j ranger went forth as the knight errant as a escape as. as can possibly .,
.capture, torture and a fate worse than bean. Since; then I have never had be borne. After this rest the foot .-.u..1IA ..
of boundless domain to protect and. :
; death.',when a trumpet blast sounded an attack of gravel and :have pickedup ..on an elevated cushion or chair for a f' 'CURESCIIHLLS': .

r, 'defend life .liberty his and property..d'pepdent'upon ; >, the charge of tie :Teins.Hangers.; to-'my former health and. ,weight.' day or 10.'appllnc warm or cold com- AND ALL MALARIALrtVERL.! j1

\ of the chlvalrlcintssion eltst"foes ';er7-IITI .thln'lal nar the borderline I am a well man and give Doan'a' presses.. .Wh.a able to bear the weightof ''b.'' Eaa bee a standard fcouetfeold< remedy for ever 4*year ..
f >against 'legions' .
Pills credit for It. talM
leaveMbedeffeoUIlk naivnles
Kidney the body bandage ankle ueattouhef *) | ;
" that ever cursed any>.porUou .of the far and near had heard those ringing ': Sold by all dealers. CO 'cents abox. for few 'with ftrmI1.eryc1a7' < for ctdld_ a....*....el by all dracsW*. ?nt nand .>te Ms
X' human race. and terrible'notea of coming bat Fortsr-MUburn Co., Buffalo m days a figure.*)lghtbandage'which .tl boUle*.v Mal ex fce*1\I U on receipt of pttea.. IIMa| On,'';.
:, j 4 tie.' sounded like'a roled from the' -,' will stay in. petition YOUR eel..Ulae hocM drug store. Iddress
t SLAYING" ; UEN AND CHILDREN* /Vies to,the despairing Mexicans and n :K. v.. _- tinder the sock or stocking. '," aln.i s jurrniiB KTE a Co. aawel ....... ev'dta. kyC
grove'from therlver tot -
ATOV the warning! of direful ,wrath from tlletranl'1'7' -
(faked plains ontl: north,was aev.l god to' tbe' 'imnic-stricken TRUE POUTENBS3. N
far and wide [Chesterfield was writing to,, hie
1. prairie extending
knew the exterminating
Apaches. They
y''' Into, Texas: and Mexico the 'abiding son. Avery &:Company
power of their awful foe by many
:'place. of, many primitive homes and a deadly trilL Confused dazed and ,'"Be dignified. be *wrote. "Do not cTVlozley's 1I. scccxssoasTO' ' -> (OMPlfXlon
and wealthy ranches. to be In haste. Whatever
more pretentious appear you -
scattered groups they were struckas : ;
A great hordeoof Apaches In their an- ibunderbolth'tbateyclotbc do, -be cam--.howind ho'attem \, W ion1Elixir.Is : ,AVBRY ,*. MCMILLAN.
by a ; hurry ""' ?, :.' alai loath Fomytb f1., At...1, ....
burnin charge that pawed over and through . ,
cure.'f'or all'LIVERTROUBLE .u
a sure rALf. nwwMACHINERY oaa- .
them ... ,the besom of.< destruction : .:"Tou must tiiI1k. retorted the eon.
girls and boys while Infants and chlldreu 'that I want to'D.a'DieWcbAtttn- _
leaving In its wake df'ad. dying and .:.. HJUIDIttR
too feeble for flight to the mountain' ,neylw':: ''r + and .f
wounded In heaps and (fragments her. ;a veJitive'--.
villages "of: the Invaders were at and there bpon the fie cL Knowing. that his son'wanted to be '' .. ,
t -i - .n. **** ",.j
'once slain without mect-Tf1I. hellish ; 'Yf.HOJ .
''Forming anew lightning President Lore >Chesterfield per .

;e work was going on In1 old Mexico some rangsra cut,lines ofcarnage like through; the calved the vmlessness ,of Ills argue _and', _" ,-, ,/. fevers.L ? f .- i , ; '. .
Julies west x f 'therlnr.'nt'Nt' !' -W1I1 \ ,
meat .
much less ,bard fighting" and more their helpless foes again and again, un .. r. Grandparent 'f.Iilf.

til'they: were tired of the harvest foe : Good for Paten, m
: plunder here than In Texan territory ,CHILD'S AWrUL iKm. HUMORSermronI I
'r And thus the red fiends reveled tp sur the gra've.-and paused reformed and > ('Baby
rested their horses Until the .) ,
felt In their satprnafla'of crime; with on fugitivereufnaati .;"ltI,' .:!._ Snfll>rlua':Xemrlyllrok .
escaped : the plaIn. and Ask Tour Neighbor50e. -
,none to oppose but the helpless victims.The upon zunt'e.Sart-Sp..dn,. ; .
rurales were In tiding of'bunting in., the neartsUmountain: ranges.. It Cured by c.tI.......> and $1.00'pcr" bottle, f' '

for the rangers to :help them. was, a .,fe rful' visitation ,upon .tlift' ."I'",'i.b to infornj jot tha...t b. L."tI a.ra' I 'at Drug Store, ..La..IIi,.

At midnight, Utter,the second 4a1' ofI. Apache and long remembered In'Joy, Item t die. have puts atop-to twain* years t-.-
"'- encstupmcnta'vaqucro."traS.btou( ht andpeaee the-Mexican'people'In; ,: of nuaery 1 pared ritamr *on. '.&*- atafant ., .

in by ,a guard to Major ,\Vlard, -the tboll-regions exposed the murdervua 1 noticed on hi*.l..,Jy a red up<>t;: J *llabl.*Prlek 'tirglnee.r: Bollera, ill ", l
:, raids of.the mountain tribes. Mme with-different remedies
officer In command.lie told'a most and treated MEDICAL DEPARTMENT. $ez.e,"What separators.
for about five but when the spot began _
year .
distressful tale Of attack the It. was'.a heavenly redemption, to *> .
upon ....... ..
I. to set larger put him under the eIIN UNtVCnaiTVOP LOUISIANa .t;). .w.Ihesuv .
Don Morales and Tf} I ..
hls family for It
ale rescued -
ranch of Don Morales ,Eleardo of doctora.1 Under their treatment the aavantaaiM for piactlocl InMniction, both "" --

1 master .'Zieh Mexican of aristocratic them from the valley and shadow bcaao. spread&o-.101U',different, part*.of .In,.t..iil.amI'" aN burtorlc un.quall.d..lh.. cud "un".nt. a_ 1._.petal\v.n (

: lineage, his family ofwife.; bO,,''of of death that J'ootateplt'of his body.. ;Tbe longer the> aoc%ors treated t.. thn greet Ch.rtiy Hoq4u with lOt bwte cad. d .

r ', twelve years and beautiful daughter captivity by the vilest
the Senorita Dolores ..It was'vigorous, most barbarous race*!of Indians on the" would! get rough and form lik) .-6CalH'IIA'! Den eatftlnirn Malnii and Ixwlp October. ISlk.... asoe'r- Q.
Informati :
''ly. defended by,the owners and 'sixtyvaqoeroa continent of North Amcrlca.J..- nlldrop. .-; night it would bfI.'racked. inflamed and M, p.., >>.....i ; "
badly! awotViC'witH; : "'terrible burning*and t.0 ICiniweslef1N''i'g, URL..H.. L... -" L- tfAe- .
'' against overwhelming' : .. i BEST IMPROVED S.Ur.BILL ON EiRTH .. .. .,.,'
2 itching.: When l'';think ofjiil luferinlt't'nearly <11 "
dr : ..
---- .: CUREDClick flij'[<
.1 -- --- .
break "my i heart, His :creams Large Engines' and '..11.. .* supplied .
t NEW YOftlCCIJY OF J:] .ISLANDS I. VAST'SPREAD OF :TELEPHONES could !M heard down stair 'l'be suffering : O BllrSa. promptly, shingle' Mills, .Cent Mills, "\' "
.:.a : : 'S of-my son mad Die full of mi el7.' 1 had : ,.OP-Sy Circular SSWS.SBW Tssth.Patsnt Dogs:
Relief.K.CTHOT .. .
has /-.ofXIi.. MOT*Data. 01.... Se baod In (Tail** -.__ la Ttto, T *u ao ambition to','to sat? nor could 1 .'" t.-et.. Steam Governors P'ulJ'tlne .n...... .t ,\ \ '' x ,

>4 e...*.<.citu. j' /' 0.... 1,000,080.,"' y y7 .sleep. sneV1ocor' toldjme that my 10.'. 4,r' : permanent curs1.1oloe.daga. Mill. :Suppllev Send for free CsUlegue. j' ,-! :l' .
waa'incurable; and it fora .
.I. telephoneVtrero eczema gave up Trsitreatme.tgi .
No large city of the 'world bas so Over a million more bad;job... One erening aw an articlein -free.Nothlogeut be fairer "" .s "
In ,. ...., H**' ? .W' ;:: '. "
'many Islands within, Its municipal use In the United Statesat the beginning the paper about the wonderf Cuticura IteeoUllrts.Write D H.H..resa'e : : Tfou : J '
I Big si Allanta.fl> "
.: .boundaries as New York,' says the Sun; of 1005 than two lears''eforo.accordlnr and decided t
_, of of, these Island are to issued W, Jho' the Cutioura: Uin'.nwntta worth i.t* weightin ala. : .The. W ; ItQ7'. -:. ,
!? "mere thot.dtl/-.SOlUe. are'Uargev enough Cehsns qfflf*.. ''In round tanflnbers there gold, and viien'l ball'UMd the first box C' U Rimo'r-E. Emollient? for rashes...
2sl of. Ointment there Improvement \ ,
' to have almost the dimensions of cities.Governor's were .00CHn the country> at the end was, a great .
a rya ''
..Islandwith"an< area. of'seventy' of,1002 and. S,<<<00.000 at the beginning , and by 'the) time'1' bad used thesecond iWsvas.N blemishes1 eczemas' ; Itch-' : ,

;; acres,is' the 'property j oltlleFederal : of '-19OO. .That this 'country Is far and Kesolrent set of my Cullcura child wan Soap-cured Ointment tie: is' BllSed The. beet eborthand In the elty and!Ts rnuiUeat* famous Bookkevplai Byrae Sim- ;an Inflamed,ulcerated: and eatarrbal conditions Ings, irritations,".and: .sca .

GovernmcntTsnd. 'f, a'ssensed abead"of'1uro' !: iV'toia 1.17"'gute"sliotvinge now twelve year'old: and" bis skin it. as In ball the Urn*sad M halt the eoel of other of the-taucous:: membrane such asaasalcatarrb.nterlncatarrh IIngs-i red..r.ougn.p/ I

At 5eAOOO( by the,cltyj) wbictt Is,fSO/ Bkiropa's entlroequipmeuJanuary 1f fins'tnd 'smooth' as silk., .Michael 8t'5n- eared.yat.mU or In money oth.r.eboola...'..dfllL'Good Clip poeltioae this ad, mall ee- caused : .V

M 000 a. acre,.; and; fn.,laud v"vanes po ), iVOoV) :to have been less then man.*7 Sumnr. Avenue. Brook>n/It. Jf- to..., reset,. large catalogue free.HICKS'. by feminine. Ills. sore throat. core and greasy.tomplextonsfor

1 wltblri New :ToTk;thafc figure 4s low <: ', OO.OOO. Jege jthan balfjtbe 'number- ,lu: April 16, IDOlS., ) -fti.y.-i, ..\*' _. _.; . t f .. dosing mouth the or stomach.Inflamed eye bysimply. -' :sore:Jtchfng;; burnlflff' tdsti.,

:Blackwell Island which covers which 12acres.I.'nlued'at -& the'*V1'herekvere United States.over.5,000.000,000'phone'calls .However the short-change man, lint. 'But you aurely can cur* these.stubborn and ;feet, for.)baby.,rashes.,,

.. 12000000.{ Is. .In'39024of which nearly' 121,000: necessarily short of change; \:CAPUDINE'J1EADACHE3 affection by local treatment with .,,. ttings.sand 'chafings,, ,as '

.at the .aliyewf
number' bt "Take Dr.BI.-u } ..-
the messages there ;
and Randall's' at "5000000. North although which the aae : -. .
destroys .thetolgti'batlyjdery ;
germscheeka pf
rwjrsr ..
all Bowel Troubles, Cholfe, Dysntwy, wCOLDSIrll :
were more, "long-distance"
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valued at 220.000, ; m..aaaeaoritr.
Brother Island is < ohol.ramorbeaqp dlscharges steps.pala'and heals the .
ol.ralala.tumCMldrwq ..... Cuticura'Soapvassisted, ""
'Riker'. Island' at S337.ODO am) Hart's Pennsylvania .telephones 'hanln !.thing..ts. At Druggists Up and 60o. --. Inflammation and soreness ; : 'l

#'aoooo.3 )v '. ? "\*... t i |ny.other. Btte<, !jSnal; r persona woe" ai_Mk..Yasi7on Paxtlne represents the most successful bYICutlcura; Otntment. :rha r'Teat
t of 'Islands IncluCed a telephone for each nine ' "th. honest grafter local treatment for femintse> Ills ever )
:;: The most Important ; .- the' Only oonflnws hla ..,. _sndimff Oloveav.*. . produced.--Thousands of women testify''' b Skin Cure; Is eleSs..r,
within the .boundari..oftb. besV equipped city.; operaUonstp.trees and, abrub4.. ; W1t mind glove. use fine %- tin Cents at ..-"' ....-....-- "**:'!1 .
The "! ,' .1' facts S. druggists.''
of -
New Yorltis: of course.'Man.'battan'Islandltbe'value report speaks the effect! of ; -I r. .. ,hi. "
Greater !) .
<< I 1 . ._ ant. :fla.:A'needle/ JpslpiWe.Those '
etfehecklns Itnh If for : "
the telepbonvj4'redecing Send Frec Trial Box 'laa."Cs
;! of whlth.VJi:: ta 30 minute. bj Wa 'aSaaltal7.t.otioaJ 'Jonjr-,.e4 embroidery needles : ,, r :
practically Jncalcnlable,; It 1s'etleast tbe-amount telegraph. aalnea..- It. sever. .IaiILam by Drugtl.khe. are apll ttm unless 1011'". ; supplied 1 THE Bt. FAXTOM CO.,Baaiaai. ...... Ti Eiiie..
00,00pphew'.wuh mora'ieons says.tile'ratea.of tie two sy for -.' .Mail 0I'd_ ..-ptJr.: r.l.K. > w
$L "oJii> ; '",""" ", ...;... ;- -- .; .moUam lstan 'Jeet1Irat. .
., : sewing of loves.
The Borough ,/Brooklyn: Includes and for very long.distances'theyorinrvhlhmlngljrMttitAtorinC'tlrf tfi A dinner that appeal:tovti r : eye the' .I WANTED. t :.' '. mr o..'3=

.,! 0d tJ e Iyilnd;r.t'he wbQle OI"r'" .; fI .loead. t>.>.tcm t % uj, ("'01) .;.;.:rntllhTJ! :W. ww ri_
"ftI.fir. gr tpJs) tt the..II1..a1) M taknti:a ,
oA'rb' f'nlcb1b al.nd) .. I & '-& "7 1--: __ -q. \\I.
..' and valued by thryifor tar purposes' to ItitlAgil.t: ......_...
.' ooo.oooon. ,rea'Qf changed be,taken !Into account: ; as. w>'
'M- about. ; ., fJM, ......dt .. -I
1s .tSrbttitirlr '
f ::1.1d'.T ee'ilme.1hA1&; T1ta ttaw fI ." I"1i'sr. Plantation
most Chill 1 Cure Guaranteed
,.' ,dlsadvant, ', ge. r. i

.. -The laborers'l rice flpfIjlye& I'
.wr. 't Rabooooondatof'
,It vs *on; less tb.Mbgveusi 7s ...

Meat and,t., fresh 'vegetab: 'e. thCJ';never' ')kalftbat amodnrotTslt fMshtcmi.''and cod:.more last year than.::, F y v'T..' cure" qrMon.y. refunded by Your,Merchant... v .. Why Not Try IT T Price, boo. RMsM,
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.The:;Mssimiiee' Yifey GaettePUBLXSHBB Congress read The President' .. .

Y. .. In discussing the bill to pay the ,e>''
A ,-.. 1J' pense of the President his friend)

nay nmA" while traveling'Senator Bailey salt
h..lad\ beard that there had been' ai nn1er.Ooods
CF: i ICE t VAIL, Y2 E" t' BUILD! GKIB81M ., Incieane. 91UO,000 Inespvniicsilurlni' j Su
the Incumlienoy of the present P1e.f
i UEB,O8C00LA'" : COUNTY. FLA.. dent. "1 dun't kuow how, List maybe
-WVf. ," be said "*ud ,Jill that I hate U

9 ..'B. HARRIS Editor a.4 PropT. ,, say'is that if It II' true, be has cos .. ..... ,
more and Is worth less than any Prl m
tha,.......vtnAH vb_1.e uty. ........K. ten dent, we have ever bad." Senator . .,
tall.......__I 1ariJ'. Tillman thought It was Intended thai'
'" a, _..,.,imnnIa.n.ri4.--, author WlitOT. the President In traveling should ue for the campslgc;appropriation . .

lt"d.UcWd ptue wW Bdt IM r.tain.. d aalMBnfamd purposes-In going from one place tc . r- -'- ," :' ;
...D.tan' another,,'to help out lame. ducks wh at

at MM P..toII KiHiram. Fta,r. get back to the Senate 01 T" ." .. . .
McCumber, Republican -
.MoodlBM mall nmtur. \ House. Senator'
-. : / found la the provision i. Refrigerators ,
toward European, systems
y '

.' f 10.._...** *.,...... ......."Y...!..*i..*......t..t. 1410 permitting a ret.IDue. tie said we ; ': '. ..
.t.. :0..r.tbn..w.tbi. i ....,?..4K ..,.............. aH might well look forward to tbe time ., ..1 -<''I 1 ;...,,,' ,I. \ .,,,,',' ; J ," ,
., when there would be, chamberlains,, Freezers : ' ....,. t-,,;. :f ,, ,?. "'. . ., )
i July 6 '1006. keepers, of this thing sod that. U ..01 I ,
t., 1 Friday, also objected to tbe provision on con' . .''l. '., ,. > ; :'.. .';,'.:".' : ; I, .
I ' 3H claiming that '\ I
: ; !, i i .1 stltullonal grounds .... ""

r't Madison county is now preparing to. the proposed inhibition appropriation against dtuulumenta comewtibio and . .: : : ,/., ;

41 a + bold a' wet and. 'dry" election. Increase in salary and supported this CoolersCanopies.
point by sat tog t.b."to save la to. .. ., .,
.. shout have a loca gain, and that gain Is an emolument.. ' ii ,....' >* 5T ANFORD:11. :
tta ItuUdlag; and Loan Association. The appropriation would save money ,i<<*(iv, Ij,(,v I ;' ",' _.
to the President and would thus provean : > ,;
It Teddy and the Trusts do not girt emolument.' Senator McLaurlo . ,
as a rest we shall all iro Insane, no the people to make '
objected to taxing C .
r J cording to a prominent Western phytolan. <. a class dl.lolnet.lon-t.h.L. a man in a t. ; .""::;':;: ".,:.. \1. "t' :: ; : :

j . high position 1* better than a man''ID , .' CARSON :1
C a low position. It is Impossible be "I."
Frank Cla"k his .'
Hon. purobated
tell where such a class movement -
said, to
valuable property! tn Gainesville ,and would end. The man, next Inline ;. : C > '0
.. rentdeno sod make thai :
S' will bUild ; would want the same allowance, Hammocks :
city bbs .future boot and so down until eventually the :

worklngman would bear all. thU ao- GRAVES _
r It Is notorious that .il. lone exposed Dumulated burden.. .: i
grafters were enthalastto defender or l the' nOUN'hel
The bill has passed
1 honor" and for ., .
'national shouting .1 by a strict part Baseball Goods
republican candidate" and .policies In vote. It.. a distinctly l Republican -
18U6 1900 and IOT4. measure and r'Is in keeping .
Senator have with the theories bf that 'p.rty. :
1 : Ueerld .pp41.0
N ,U is an attempt to plunder tbe tteas- _
Dome out at the small end of the horn unconstitutional law .to \...
.y OD the Statehood and beef tru.t.leQ1.) ury bv an ; .
and prll.Jelle.
'L" latton with, although the PresLdent.Moss he was. .fully ,la I ocord create.; to class enable distinctions the' President to ser Baby CarriagesBIG ..

% an undue Influence! over the pressby
inviting his press agents to ....r.velwith
of u.sreaotwuerying.o>> 1 ,
' him at public expense; and to enable .
whether beef has been
.bout our, properly : .
.y d' Into: doubtful .
.. him, .a.o'.t.O' go
tbe gorernmentln.peo
tagged by . .
candidates '" --------
and work for
States party -
about the amount on -
j for as we are -- -:----
u public expense.: LINE ... '"
the tajr we have to pay tbe butcher. .

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We are pleased to -welcome-to-our Surf Bathing.At .. .. .
"exchange table this week Vol. 1, No I .. .
; 1 of the Washington Verdict, a neatstxooluran the opening of the surf bathing

1 folio published s.,Chip Ie.'", leeaon it may be well to utter a word and Saddles ".
,Fla.,,with I. A.' Hu chlnson as editor. af warning to bathers says the Savannah Harness 1r
i News. Tbe laws of tbe Slate. re-

,r Mae Wood declares. that Senator quire that there shall be certain life '
Platt married her and U this be true appliances at all public bathing t,
> It partly explains the reason why the tenches, but not all lobe laws that .
republican senators_ hate to 'vote on could be enacted nor all the appliancesAat
could be provided would be *ufIclent ,
to' the Mormon question. There may be :I;
others .la the same fix. a* Senator to save a foolish person In the -

'Plat ._. .. turf from the consequence' of his folly r ft "' """' '
It t* probably cafe to say that nine .
Now ,Congress ee hue ."proprl.t.edjWOOO utof every ten drowning accidents. '
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C. A. CARSON, Pr ld ts N. C. ARYAN, Ihc..rJ' '
a year to pay tbe traveling'expenses it ... .bore reeoru are the results of
'of the President sod his careless disregard of proper pre k1.:: A. A.tsoN. JOHN M. LEIB. N. a. AItSON.' I FJE3E::

friends, there can be DO reason, why l.utlons.Tbe bather likes to1 take .....Id.. ,. aala'.r.
most of the invitation loviilug him Isks! ; to,swim out, several hundred: ,:
to speak on politics .and other sub- ,lards from shore; to do "smart :Bank of
JecLu can _be. declined, at least when. .LUDU" ID deep water In order, to at.raot State Waters & Carson Grocery Co. u uWk.l.e.l.

Congress Is not In seisloh.The .. . the attention of onlookers.' The Fla.
yi narklngs for surf bribing are, disrelarded Kissimmee, I ''
cud Retail D..lerelr-
Clay County Times wisely deo- b- such swimmers, and when .---' "

reostes the custom of publishing cards. hey get into trouble the chances areigalnst PAID UP CAPITAL..............,...M.... .. SO 000 00.1TOCHNOLDERS
Of thanks for tbe sympathetic ministration them In time. G .R'O CE: : w.'
help reaching ....'.. SO'OOO 00 I.E
... of friend In time. of bereavemeow And when such a foolish bather had : LIABILLTY..r.'i." Sif. h,.
f.r urging* a .reason .hat ''when empted fate'and fallen a victim to his DEPOSITORS SBCUtlTY ....,.,...!. .',., 100 OOO. 00 i 1

i sickness and death come! to your home wn daring, there I* much talk about. '
\,\ .It ts only natural that your friends tie treacberousness of the currents Prompt'..ct .... Attention given to alt! ...ih'"* ear* f. COUNTY'AORNTh FOB J. rY
and neighbors do what they can to ..- ind a lauk of proper life laving aparatus trusted to .... Escb..G04.t.. points-at cheapest .... ,

rslst'yon;,.they would.. be heathen If > ; whereas the fault. wa wholly rates. HAY CRATES ,)
'''5 they. did not.' " with the bather. ,. ,. 'YOUR BUSINESS! SOLICITED. S. I I celebrated-Fertilizers I .

'P.'t.I In its. gentle mood the .... Is kindly $ I I
..baei the death of : '
Governor GRJUK ETC.ClrcsUrs ) '
beneIclnl : .
Its brine Is ,
ind into highly :
a dip .
e.S, of Ghfcv republican' ... .,
: I -
In lie moods j, nd Prlc .1 .
but even gentlest \ 'I .
s nave been fully employed. in.fig* ; '. "ll.JJi..t' ",-..."" . i -
4\ he sea I* no plaything. It U no repeater ..r........ .. Antlubr.H'fl .
urmg on bow\to\ 'bounce the few'demo"to of person, and those. who '. . ... .. .' /lr\" /1.L
the late
crate Its laws and. its nature. ,.,.do so at .
"".office. In fact'dld not wait' for heir VV.aVVV
C the funeral. >i before .theoongre.sionalr ] '. Surf peril.bathing Is entirely safe or al- FOSCEOLA .. .' E.S FUR ' h
delegation'at Washington holding the .
according to
__ a caucus and apportloniig. the. offices ogetber dangerous ,f(.
r j,.s theirbeooblileta. Ddlvldual. Tbe person who never : I
:+ tlt't r i for' roes beyond his depth take no risks, b oouZItr: ::: : a. Opeclalt3r.;
,. favorable
'- ''TbeCsaau'-ArmocreHavemey. If f the weather conditions are .i PHARMACY. ,
r.. be just ..., delightfulbath ,. r
may enjoy
and Btlllotaos and
Other .
ers'' as the person who Insists. onettlng wK ts4 i .is. ....."'""' tvrNlaN' }:
',srusisndoorporaNgn'nDagnates I have THE LEADING DRUG ,STORE
Into deep water .and taking 'I Sri
many spokesmen in Congress, the de f '
1 'r. time
even their hired apologist. and lackey lea bathing U a port, a pastv "

Sz.-t. opinion* will soon to be abandon compelled such by tactic public .nd onraged a delight, but every that person should.of common be enL\ O N'T fORGET( US > THE THROUGH CAR LINE FROM FLORIDA. jOONN6tOT10Ne.

,ought to labor to discouragehose !
:* President Roosevelt. ha already set. ense 0 . 8, S
who' lack that attribute
S S ,_the example,. j by_ .crying, stopthief, I ""iking foolish rtaksla the i sea. ; :tr

*>It 1s a curious coincidence that while When in need of y:8' -
'Z' .
;r.jI>Io; .r the Armour were being denounce by :;- Tito Stall ;;," To Ea'st Over ita own'Ralls:; to Savannah. Charleston ;:

a: ...m...111'.. Roosevelt and prosenuted. for wOD'' 55 thing In the Drug line I the Richmond 'and Washington; thence Via Penn..' ;1'\\0'\
come off .ppe.
"" hat on e
"their'Crime( ; *.-ID" Kansas City, Mr. : ALL "AIL' 8 lvanla Ra.llway.. -
.President's son-' toe after one bottle o( White Cre.mVermlfu .
aM. Iongwortb,- new
Io-law,' was, lobe guest ,of_Allison V. the" creak worm medicine. ITo West (Via Montgomery) and Louisville & NashvUle ',
Vby not keep that., on baby' .
k f,: ,Armour: The'OD family his yachtat of.Armour Kiel,under Gerxnanv. see? If you keep this medicine ,on ft.Bottt 01 "Nerblo6" FREEE, t.Q. eV6r. the and "Dixie flyer Route" Via Atlanta. *i,

.-derstands Mr. Roosevelt too well to and, you will never see anything' else ; Via .'.Dn.h sit o.-n St.eamlblp Company, forJllr! .Jt
.v think ill of hlm"or member of his bur. smiles on bis' face,'' Mrs. 8-. E as t New York, Philadelphia and Boston, via ?Nortollt: ..,
llackwell, Okla., writes: "My baby Utom6r'1' the
family on .account of a little .hocuspooM Steamer t.Q New York, Washington and Baltimore, ,
> about the packing bou.... .rat peevish and fretful. Would not via "aDn.h..nd Merchaos and Miners } .
.at and I feared Le would die. I used Ok.A."" _,*, "*---Tr---"J; "*:-*.....*"*..*... .VIa Steam:1bfll.: tattoo Co.. for Baltimore and 'Phll.delphl.Transpor.
p Therstlrosdrael ha been fashioned ., bottle of White's Cream Vermifuge : l

{f11t into a club for extorting. favor ..nd fold be has cot had a stele day since.0 : 'South \ Key West and Via Peninsular Occidental Steamship .\i:iHaVftUR.
eleotloc by Uoberson'S Pharmacy. Su1nny' '.
S from the railroad In the coming ,Company. ", It;
rt *. 'It, allows ;.tbe' roads to give ,,/..
free passes to every delegate. to a political heap Excursion Rates Via A. C L -Not.of titi..1...,.... tr.1.e. IC."York t Pto$4. .........Ptarlda aad west 1..2.. :
con vent Ion and a* the law doe >.' .. o 5 J1orI4.Lisped. ..M Dlale.
", not take effect until after election every I TO VTHENS GA.-fcate of one far . .\' t tf. 'Schedules "

senator, congressman and cabinet ph.. 23 cents. Tickets. on, sal.. June :, FEED Quickest ; Superior Service, S
for this f.U'1CI&lDp..D. 25th. 20th.'20th July 2d, Pelt r ,
officer a 23d. 24th.
get pas Poldn.
limit 10 I rot IslbnssUoa as to usus.sehsdolM,Mo.eenratt the Parpto ,.t tommmolett otta
L' . If tbe roads don'k, !give .nd 10th with final days from d'' KUKLAWa J i'.
I J. G OlTUloa PuMDiwr Annl. r.. ..
: .. the delegates will_"''OM ae.cording late of sale.' Extension of limit. to. f. SALE .1 'W. I. a.uO..Tn.. ..M.9 11. : : :.
to the dictates. of conscience" Sept.m.l be bad.
k and the passes .will' forthcoming, DENVER! COL*-Very' low rata STABLE .
i4 and in all future legislation -tbe roads [rickets 00 ..1. J ul to 14th In- 4
L a "protected" a* heretofore.' I, "., with final limit August 234. W. VMAKINSON: : COMPANY

l itop-overs allowed' Colorado com- 1: _' &. 'GILBERT.; PROPRIETORS. r ,
: : INGRAM .
)a' Tbe. Shade of Tbcl r Old Apple mOil points. Variable routes beyond. : ..'
8&.. Louis. __ y AGENTS FOR
4 Tree.". 'KNOXVILLE TENN=Rate DI :oneare t 01<
plus 2& cents. for the .round trip BROADWAY' OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE
"ta the shade of the old apple:,tree, rickets on sal. J ran 17, 18. 18, 23d, Florida Manufacturing g Company

.r '1'... waited. so loagr; love! for thee. U, SO. and July 7, U and 16,, with Phone 1O2.I ,' :Kissimmee;;: & ,I ..... '
that lobe voice onoe I beard grow foal limit 15 day from date. of 'sal*. 'I" .. ,. r 4''' Of.. 8AIN..VILUl.'FLA .r .....
i, fain with each .o"t. till it's. hardly a !Intension limit to SepW" 30th may I All Kinds\ Hauling.'! :J loridn.J .'' .
.; whisper to .....'* "There; 1* no more e had by depositing ticket sod pay. :? Makers of High 'Grade Fertilizers,
",,' ,box* In the bee. UM wlossom U withered Ia. tee," i IFYr'RF -'w' -?Yr'Vr'tP'iR--'P'VrPr' 'ww R
w'w -
ah ..1 and the tree that once grew SAN FRANCISCO and UOA 'AN3EUCSCAU of All Kinds. ''
.1 . .where I waited for yo ,,'has changedto -Very low rate on &0- .t. iea.. til
"old .ebesnat &ree.'. '.'ID the Natidnal Educational ,Assoilatlon. .
an ount> torh Test .25 YearsGrove's '
%.anade of tbe; old apple tree, where yom Tickets on sale. June 24th, to Has ,$ : Orange Tree' Fertilizers a Specialty.

/IY' bear tbe blame buss of the bee. with a .July Otfa. Inclusive.. Final,limit 'Hept.Loth. : .
y,..,bte earvlosr knife that swiped, from .' Stop-overs allowed. and. 'low the .
taimfc None
wife, I am waiting. and watching. tide trips obtainable 'Z4 j Always .R. Flpl
Rig r .
..elrf-OldasTgcrs. .Iibave'two or UONTSAOUB TENN:' fUM of one s1
':- .firee, aad a.. ax and, *cutless., ;Joe 'ire. plus 26o for the. round trip. Tick* ,
_;' set and 111 stick all tbea*.things In its' on sale'June 20th. tOth July'rd, S, I laxative ftrbmo QmiuneCmm

1M' seat.i.aT,, -who ...1..1'.1.tI! ith. XStb, ...... 31st. Angnnleab,17th, T: : ,
.' Trea.'' stek Chill
of::Jb OIcI"pple :
bade ,,,,, .... !wiled'::Xufust.tlsU--Exteasioay oa ss \ ,
.! 'o.a.o( ),.."..w.r'. w, SJBMis t 4VIHMMMI' 'betwe. ...... PftMgaBKLfttfyj .. SI.

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.''Stanford' will; close out his.entire lot ; ,New_ line ofrnouldiags I at ''oumwln'a rte I' TrtaH' rWd..It WWIIer., .I{ I will offer sayenUre stouk: of ladt.**'

?P TKLKPMQNS. NO.,t. .. of straw hat at half price. I*: 8e ,StanfordVTn' *"%, *line of' ".-. i ,Reported Each'Week, fcy Oi: (I- C., I 1ie SxwMSef, for dre the* ,ae goodavs.t )0,day*. a*' for':'Vry.1 oaeh.I :' lowprtoe .

? rtPU11L1dH>IQ. RTBRY. ''tealpAY' . / A pretty, (ins of silverware initabU breila. .4.. ..... ,.. .. have a handsooM .lie'Of' Bar.....
? fWweddinr bbrtbdey''RN1s. ,a 4, ', ei ei > e : .
'- ,and All kind* 'of pioLU'r. .mo jdtor.! 'at '' Lawn, Dotted I Swiss* :.VoU**, Will*
9 ,W.' _. HIT RSI_., .Kau't.,, . Thuinpson'*., ', '' '?Never"before In IBM'. history of oar Waist. eooda. all fresh aw", 110'--1
'i country ha*.*o Important eleu *et' 11 that most P regardless of ....... -
The flrtt Installment of two''ear; *" of 'TCTrsat'bargain* ia/wlllow!/' chair at. been introduced In our tnetropolw, 'I also ol< .n of my lowest shoes
Official Wearier: Repiri.av.a.e. ,. furniture. for .the s. C. 6 '
arrived Thumpson's. word are Inadequate to'exp.ese tfceIniectoas In- whit and tan colors fOI"l
TB.....*r._watt ..RUTrv.Nravaaa..vuly Hdw etore. f of the moroeoiuou. isubj ot and ohlldreo at tb* saoo i
.. New line of llor.WI*bat read for inspection I men women ,
!. Our 6 and too oounteiii'ar* full ot CTg at Kats ./, present'' agitate the, public cut rate price. All I ask I I. that. you I

value. Come' and, inspeci>. them. mind monumental glories of the past, call and see the goods, the prtees'w111
a. "N.x.", a aat.fell.Hot ."' Bargain StoreMM. / . Stanford 1'11I..11 you 12 doienshirtbutton gorgeous display and power that do the rest. H. C. STAWTOSD.. ,.
- -.-. '. '' . for.Co: ..U : are to 1 be, and are now. and will be la I 1
.' ; 'F, Miadlebrooks and little ion 'the future thrown the shack- The RightRemedy.:
are aside rv% 'i
',1,: *............ Barry left yesterday Sparta,, G. ., Stanford will sell yon 20 yds, glng--<< el- limiting freedom -of( action have from To-
.r who Buffer ;
Men aud
Satnranj.,....*... ,J'I to the ham. ,101'11.00., .U. omeD '.J.:.
MS .spend summer been broken asunder and every de- Consti'nation w .
,. Sunday ..*...,....... Mn 74 digestion.-Nervous Debility, '
Monday <... ..,.,.. 7* to Arabian mA tiog, omethioflr. ,new, Smoke Key West Havana, ,the best "rul"'Ci and undeveloped thought cast ; Kidney and Bladder t.roublea. rt WE';,AIM I ,

71r wMse-"...r.,.;ay............... K ..Mt.It the best and cheapest floor covering ,69 Cigar on the market. In the broad shadow that porvoud* .... Lost Vitality, and all kindred ''dls- .

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I t. AI IIJ P80.. r.J" M. God d.sudCf.mily.. of WhitedIw ; dr at T 9IDPaoD" .' ..gjStanford ". it* founder; a Journey to the mOOD 1* 20 year* on b. market and avedemonstrated delight 'you with the

will aell 16 .y4s. 4-4 'unbleached only one ul.thw' future probabllltk their .paramount, healing ,
Our-rate for Insertion of advertisements In town the early part of' the.week 7.I which toe vast locomotive '
muslin for SI 00 If power-Boon and bealth-gtvinsi ..qualltlej. 'of r/iceriea '
among the reading matter on ''We ire requested announce that to be at our disposal! will render practicable Send for book of wonderful cures.' 'If quality1! otir, l :

J", thl page 1 I. ten eests per line each in Rev. 3. T. Reave will preach'at Ua ... Stanford will sell 'you white: shirtwaist In other words Mr. Editor!: the your, ,druggist cannot supply you. We ,

sertion.ooooooooooooooooooooooo. villa I .on the third Sunday In July.If !* at. about half. prloe.: 'new railroad, project ha oaeta theywlll be sent prepaid upon receiptof can,giro ye t1 fttr' I hj:

J. U. Jones, Esq. of Orlando was shadow of such stupendous Droportlun price. Pebox, .60ct. Address, *
.. you !know ao'ttrmof newdon'tfarll . .
that .a..h.
most skepticalamong '
Co. AtJ.nt.9&.0
> < ,4.OCI.U u* up or, Hnd'' it 'In. ,We bere on business last evening-, u* hav been inclined to nave Haggard Specific : BEST: OF"' VE.IJYTHj.Ma

"want, all the news. They are good for home'' faith w believe that our city will noon ; *

( : THE LOCAL FIELD. Phone Jour! wants we do'' the 'run Old nwspapent We sell '.m, I ibe ac".e and lble the, to. all part ''ofour wbioii in We a community Wld that every should business advertise man In In the 1J .e.or GfsxleiTable ,'

otng. country vast resource will High '
\ Nlo line of 'picture moulding and extended : the local p.per-a..t., because It ,
domain wllcausecapltalltu
t. tCissnoocB pays f 1HPANY.: mats, Just arrived. J, W. Thompson our pres4o.s. > pay him. to do BO-but. even .
lOOOOOOOOCI { to(Vest lor'l. uiu.e advertUment. Luxuries and

...' A second hand Deerloa mowing", machine .. Why not trade 'at the Cash Bargain ' ood and welfare The van guard ui ,should would bring consider him that DO direct the benefit, .we . 're--'

Wade the Tuner,Orlando. tf ''In good condition, for sale| Store and get big value for your this great-enterpr lee ''pa*'ed through hold that Iris I 'sot t.b. more thai Its cost visions'ot- all' kiads .t...
cheap. S. C. O. Hdw. Co. East akview on Wednesday last, a
money. to him to. have'a newspaper In' his
\ Fewer gallon; wear longer; Devoe /Mr. Will ha 'accepted a 1: brilliant train consistingof. a numberof What would people think of a
MoileJ Tb* Cash Bargain Store 1* the representatives of the Caucasian town. prices that are sure 'tie
White Star Laundry-Crnr BAKERY. position with SupU E. P. Dann, o', place to'care ''money whenyou are r. oe by a few of toe town without. a newspaper? And vet,
the electric light plant to do the house trading. aoeompanled If all U>e Lakeland were like '.
I ebony hue. Our democratic rooster command attention.,
'See our Hoe of new 60 cent shirt 'at wiring.. some of bulnementberewould
'. suspended his tadpole speculations fur
The general delivery window.' the '
Katx Miss 'Susan Leak, of theThornwell Ue tlm being and I.zed with undisguised be no newspaper" here, for ther* .
postolflce will close at
here Various etfrprl & FLoito
are men 'HO.GAN:
Dwelling. for. rent, apply. to :d:."Ti'ler Orphanage the family'of. Clinton her uncle S. C. I I.Mr.on A.a .visitto E. the. remainder of theaummer. I owrtug curiosity. passing in on review this before magnificent him. .e* which' the newspaper. constantly . .., :: ..,

Bearden Try the"new", barber chop.Every Tuls survey extended from the *atnonn help by It* very existence and by .
Mr. T. M. Murphy visited Or lando thing new and up-to-date. Sharp bs east corner of Simmons avenue its UDHlft.b/ work for the lawn! who '"
.Contractor. Frank n... Is erecting a have never given. tt one Denny' worth
Tuesday rasorl. clean towel,, first-class ter* about ten mile train courthouse
handsome residence' for Mr.J. . th.. business ?'
nine room vice. 1 1Mr patronage. Of course, CITY BARBER SHOt
'ry a shave or halrcut.' ,at' the," oeWt.rbel' R. Grave Jr. on his .lot. In WestKieslmmee. 1, site extending through, t!:**tWhtttler world 1* not being set on fire by thesegentry.Lkelaoo ,
lost -.muDI. the '
wa to "
; shop. M. S. Shirley and Geo.
son, ,,
1 Batcher, spending' .. graceful palmetto that grace the : New ., .,..,, win enrTon, a.ij...... \;.

#,: St.adord-b.* the. wellest. line ofooreets i Contractor'Frank Bas. state. 'tha week here with Mr. and Mr. S. D. north east extremelty of the avenue of editor cattle '
A Montana In the country
{In KI..I mee.- ,, be has in the six months just passedof Cosecs, T.I I 1 that nai&e" leaving a variety of cypress regret he fact f-at the. foreman Now, Open for Dusinesti'r ..
this year. built and completed seventeen : and pine peg 10 roar ha
Call and see what Stanford to houses. If Its. drugs' the Osceola Pharmacy ...b.ljourDel\" The hoipitallty rot got a octal Item relating tothedepart- .Jn Patrick'sNBW.CffAIR Old.Stanel '
coffer). you In exchange for your money. .. ii' ha. them with a'full line of sundries AVhluler_ and IM cltlsensare at ire of a young lady yl.IIO.'rom, St.

Mr*. R. T.: Butler returned tb Or; The local baseball '''team '''bava. arranged and toilet article.. Let.-"us -111 your prenentllb rally extended- silk who d up with. an ,etray. 1 notice : ,.

*lando Tuesday after a short visit bere.: to play "Ith.Orlando. at that order Satisfaction guaranteed.Dr. can converse fluently" on WIll railroad from[ the Two-bar-rancb. It read .
oh July. 12th, and with Sanford ae follow The departure of MU H NEW
'Al'm.t.I'ooK question and this magic word raise* .ZORS
'I. the .
The City Bakery agent for the gene on the zrtth.. toe I.LOIa0 all who taored :from: our m idst"I* generally regretdi ( -
White Star Laundry-the best In \h.St..t.e. eye specialist", will make a professional cross our ., She was branded llXootbertgbt NEWBVERYTIIINa

., We have it on ..ood' authority that visit lo Klsslmmee on July 16-17 ,precinct with any .encouraging. D..IOUDOeI'Dlolf hip had one ear slit and. two whitefrontfeet ,, y" 5T! . ;
1 another brick block for Broadwayl InaontempUtion and can be seen at the Tohopekallga. t.blllll'e. eveaL" Adferse' and was u hod. A liberal ,ior'trk0 \
Mr. H. Fleming 1 II having a two- and will I parties tak':. warning. > > : .Satisfaction fGnaranteed '.
probably I will be from Klislmmee fora reward wlllba paid for her return. . ._;
room addition built on to Hotel. Tohopekallga. built at early date. away p. I. C. has had the pleasure since .
an short time. after July 1st, and would last. wi-ltlng of enjoying toe uaooanded A vigilance uiraluee I I. camping on prwlli
5 Ross ttrave says he I I. going to cell request. that parties having any cleaning ; hospitality. of bill friend it. W. the trail 1 of the foreman. ,,.A". :-_. . .

The county commissioner havebeen the. first few car of furniture. from his repalriniror.dyeingrequiring Immediate Simmon*, and would do an 1sjustiOe 4-\ i

i s sitting a' an. equalising( board new store .\.cost.for an advertisement.Now attention., end I it in right to-that gentleman. and his .esteemed tOOOOOOQDOOOOOOC ;

t thl week. Ie 1 your time boy. away._ Sptua_FLEMING. family did b... fall to recognise.he pars .
A few nandeome can kindnesses bestowedupon hint *--THEKlssimmee -. [I -'us'.spew a. __ '
picture many
very Rev. F. G."R *. Raley( and While KUiiinmee ha 'been' having .
tTBtadCBtsJarwcf watear. tIl.
J' be the. Klsslm- galley durtug said visit. Watermelons r., 1.
purchased atcuelarow MU Lucy, Bell passed through delightful weather the past week the .
Drug Co.,, abundant; peaches though not in profusion Co.
mee Drgj
Kisslmmee from BartowWednesday : I
cool to sleep
being enough
., night still to craving YouttgsTBOKASVHXB p'e.awe Coils .
enough {ratify .
FOlt SALE-Fine grapefruit *eedlings. nlaht on their wai to Virginia( where undercover, tt I I. interesting. by way .

Apply to F. H. Lawton; Klsimmee Mr. Bailey pas accepted. call for the of comparison to note tha-f sixteenpersons : ; milk butter fresn porkand OAiAddra ; t '
many other InoerJgan's comfort were ;
Fla. summer uKIssimmee's died from beat la New York I -0 ,
: welcome
and the
,. last'Saturday plentiful generous 'WHAT WE DO FOR YOU.
and -
Orade Hereford heifer, 1 to 4 year aggrcgaton! of"rooters extended by all wa*highly appreciatedby ....... o.-e... ....
old. Slu'to $25. F-,E. Plank, .DeFuniak ( Not. raxorbaeks, but. baseballroot., Mn. Geo. M. Dunne, of Sumter- your correspondent. Mrs. him .... '
to.r Spring, Fla. er,,") were out In full force at Sanford S. O who has been spending several moos and, her daughter (Mr. Hull) W. ,carry the 'largest and : I J:n k. ,.
on the Fourth and materially assisted wANts here, at the home of her father combined with the' and the .- -
'/ Mr. L. C. Conklln. returned to ..Orlando lobe local ball toser In carrying'. off ,Judge O. F. Parker,. left. for home eldest, all uDIt.eclao youngest make this visit. most.varied stock of our Jin* I ,..;._. Oomw." DtiNiiIItIAar .

Tuesday, where he probablywill the honor,of the day.. yesterday. She was accompanied one of the most agreeable that ,,the i. in town., 'BDT. CHIWrLlw. I ,OI[DfWfiIO .. '
1 engage in o business. Dr.'E.'3. Aa"" 'wbo I'advertised home by Judge Parker Mis* Mabel .writer has ever experienced-: I I .
or We bu 'l i I, HUNT Pv _
\ carry none the CDCHRAN ; .
M. Tiller has two or three. nloe cottage to visit this city V and Parker and the smaller children who Mr. John Balsden and .lfe have ,
on July ,
J" for rent in good location. See, 'Ob. '".. delayed on account of sickness will spend some week with her. rallied from their recent attack and. freshest and purest of ,drugsat ..

'. \ him before they are taken. but will Where on July 16th and : 'On nest Sunday morning the follow+ are now on the list of convalescent. all.times., '

'. : Mr. and M..... J. McPhalter left Monday 17tb and may be seen at ths.' :Toboix- ., sermon Ing question at will the be the of...the: railroad,fast experieuces will not Ouch tell u a*healthier-that the''new- Your proscriptions are filled : kc: Crcaffl. 'aal :Cold Soda: p
k.II. 'Utel.( a* usual.
night for'Raeford, N.C., to spend % ( ; "How Miiny Hypocrite, Do xou' cality than this baa Urn far-proved to ,by a Graduate in .Pharmacy, !AT"QUWN'SWhere
the remainder of the cummer.. I' STRAYED or STOLEN-Setter.\) doe Know?" Evening subject.: VA Black be. besides 'actualelt" .

Mr. /. M. Gilbert Jr., and.chil. I white intermingled with black pecks, i Spot In a White Lit." Public cordially .. The' weather. 'ha been somewhat oppressive fly.yeara''v can't iretVny Laundry done
siren left Monday night for Savannah ear black: and tan, tan face, answers : Invited. for active operations In1 1 hunter .. Why leave to wkfe Qotan ''kdMWoo >.

.for a ten dayvisit with. relative. to name of Frank. ,.Reward for information I A* a surprise to the people of Fla., paradise, but future operation r* Doe n"t. this; mean something , Monday, std ,Tm *4ay. H. wi.. ,I
that will lead to recovery.MU reveal hidden secrets not d Is l'fla.J eksp.
I Mr, n. D. Guloe and family left yesterday .log since June Olhr .' > .. It is announced that. Hon. J.-Wi-'Wa: 'v Clued may [ " yat ? . ; -s. .ti; .- :\ '"' '

for Lovejoy, da.:, where 'they T., W* ELLIS On the 1. not 8pealt and r.blp.will not of be tb. *a, candidatefor House- of Uureropsare In tloeoonditfun i and ; ' ........... I... ....... _, .
will spend the summer wtbt relatives.It . ,We Garry"sMtfeisttt" -: ,
;. } Representative.. Mr. Watson Isooa of Bro. Arch bas about completed lilt wulblGia '' '''' ',
The KUslmmee baaebaUtftmwtllt.r7conclu.he
send wirefeoo* eoclo.lolllard around, hismsostun. deliver your pule..e. '
have laundry to
; you any the best known men In the Slate. and '
with St. the edevowoo "
Augustine .on .* Mr. Joe Williams bas f.w'momenta after the Qatnn > ejrd for tk*>
away and want It "done uo" In good h'%* been prominent.. In1'' ''Legislature *o purchase. .
{ local past
diamond July 20th.
Friday, tit. '
tar recovered the use of bin sees. a* to Tampa Steam Laundry. ,Leave it .a ,.
f Vi shape, phone the City" 'Bakery.For Augustine I I. s'muchstrongeraggrega *. He declare that he.will no< This;, Is not ldle'boasting '
be able to superintend farming operations. Jack Olmon'. shop,, lust across free ,
heard'' tion than eitherOrlando' orSanford! be under any olroum.t..ncea an aspirant ,. but we want your;
lowest prices ever of on : .: That gentleman 1* at present J. W.Thomspon' stow, Klssttepees*
for the: position.Jacksonville
,1; marine and tallonarv. gaiolene en- and the boy should getall. practice Metropolis..* In your "K, y In' attendance of* county. business, and we" know 'we Fla; '\,

glue* see P. D. White.. Klsslmmee possible' between. ,now.end that time ,council oommlsslouercourt{ .." can please. M '
At themeet.lolr of the town .
i Fla, ? Fireman' Mr. Riley Godwin recently''returned .
X The Fund and North .
held Tuesday night a resolution was '" ' ..,
C8ot. paidI from. cow bunting. expedition: Ue: 1'.1'
In oash British and Mercantile Insuraooeoompanle
Every 25 ipent or introduced. E. L. Lealeyi -
on your account'at Kau's .Dt.ILle'lou today through their"ageot, at and pained instructing. the Mayor to and bis family visited the o mp of the IW.L..VDll ICi.

.'to a chance on one of those beautiful Klsslmmee M.Tiller, paid in full their enforce all ordinance of .the Iowa KlBsimmeeiie. leav. ng k'r.'Uau.erson: . Flournoy ,,Middlebrooks/ } .
to keep bousauntll tout reins n..Our.mall .
j hat raok.i '. part of the losses- on the Klislmraee Phi Is a good move on the part. of tb.01t.7 .
public school: This'lots occurred onJune and If the Instructionsare carriage has agalnohangedhand MAM'AQBR. ''IB
I, .New barber. shop at Patrick's. old 27, and these an the. tint. ,, companies fathers followed by c the mayor it will 'our old and 'cbeerished ,.friend , } R. O, 'K'E., :RaAND : '.,
tonsorial artist. ' Service by a'' to Kai'Iy Warren has again. received the ..
with. all the latest fad In aet.LI.--.l hare the effect of purging the town. pt( hand,ot fellowship from his :' ,
{ conversant right ; : ,,1..... .
.nlDDeaarJ objectionable ordinance
or' ...
friend In this,,. be -
bartering.Mrs. ,has Just Installed community
The"City BaberSbop *, if there be such. The best many ; ; =
pfE ; E' f-P
< driving fine team of mule on
furnitureand wa
H W. 'Patrick. ) left. list ".0' the bandediileetof way to repeal. a bad law 1* to enforce .
,frT his last trip to this community .
( lug for Klislmmee. where she will In sinnnee.XTh floor/has/ also. been '1'- , ." The orange tree. on-:_tba M Drowdyfrrovje $Z5 REWARDTo INSURANCE' L.
: spend several.days with ....- .A. Simpson who has
covered witb. llnoleum!and the. wall Capty-- : are loaded with. fruit.Which appear "XfC.T. '
.. .Orlanoo Repprter-Slar. will be pspered In ''a "tyvr. d.,..' ''Mr. served the people! of KLii'h..w faithfully to be very forward for this *eaon ;,
In the capacity of postmaster for of tha .....'. '! !
: ., Mr. J< A, Aud.raoa'oam.. .up tom Williams has in another f -"<
..f' Plant City Monday and spent a day or and expect to&lro barber. in the eight '* retired: from thatposition vt atermeloos are'juit beginning'' to .aeaalntui. : ::
so here looking after hi* naval stores fall and : last t Saturday. nighthis term make their 'appearance in Whittier the person .' M.'RIVBR9, M..D.. .,rt '

interest. at this end of the line. ' of otfloe having expired, and Mr.W.. proper. The excessive rain have Phyalolasi. and 15.--..
f. '* There It a popular demand ,for therestoration L..Van Dutor, .bis successor tookcharge. caused them to rot *o badly, that the oldest Vlathushek Piano* WITH EtMIMWXJB PBOOomc CQ. ...un'.t a ,
Mr. J- M; Dickinson I I. spending the of the sire whistle at the Mr. U. > ,
supply u late. ?,aowsS-,. .,X 411,....I4. wt..2
week at Daytona Beach the guest at electric light plaht?,which should be roved a most efficient and L;..coommodating W blttler appears to be absolutely *s *" UMIKHSB, ."' .,
M.; sod Mr. H. '1'. Butler ,who are heeded bV those charge This whistle ( assistant will retain his posh dry In a political ',"sense1, the: VOUDKtiger '(16"reward' P to, the person rte. ''f..

.k 'summering at their cottage on the while In use proved the most ef-, tlon until Mr. .JobD.ODl the,, Dew.*- j have their eye open and can '
Beach. 'II') rective alarm the town baa 'ever' bad. .I slant.. 1.1' -with hit the many evil that arise from:;the DRLESLEYW.WEEDON.. '

Mr. and Mr.* C. J.'Turner and Mss It would also be a !good idea to-" arrange work. (raee of the Indian are water.. possessing'the' oldest piano. PKOiAkiar' 1-

Maple Smith sister of Mr. Turner a system tof signal, by which At It last meeting the' City councilInitrucdted t The Patriarch accompanied by .bis! .Y.. HAH; Noa AND THROAT.Private .,

'I who' has been visiting them left Monday certain number. ot blasts. from the the clerk to secure bid. for .' grandson,Willie departed from our of other'make. Please l Hospital; Amtiripsn'Nulonatt:
.1 for Umatllla, for a few weeks outIng. whistle would Indicate the jportton; oftown repairing the ''public well at foot of shores .on Thursday last with" any.: 'Bank Bidg. Tampa::Da. sr.

: .In which the flre wa located.A Broadway or if it be found impracticable t patriotic desire of celebrating. the .11 r;,

Mr." F. W..'Hill? "of Nrooo.see.pent large contingent. of Kllmmeelte I to repair the old welt the bids- Declaration of Independence in a suitable send us your. ; name ybur.res- JH. 'J, \W.. ,SIMPSON "'" t';;
arriving at Prgborn thestartling *
to cover the cost of driving a new one ways o -*
bustness.'Mr.Hill went to Sanford on ,s Wednesday to f 4 P .
on up
''Monday'In'town '
awaited them
that. the Fourth of '.Jul festivlltie This will be !good new to the people in intelligence' DENTIST: .....
enjoy] ,
received new some days ago! .
that of cltlxenwere affected dance 'the and
that. locality a* they have been at considerable many: your numb
u Mrs Hill, who 1* on visit to Eog- which bad been advertised by. 'thatcity. with'the which ,caused . ,S ,'Orowl'Pb.rmi 1
Inconvenience for time mump yv, .
'land, but a log.reoelved Notwithstanding. the morning! of this well out of', Will to think that horn wa* the best ':. ? ,
being .0 on account :\
I' train hour'and half. Hocni'tt. mstr; .
about ;
I* . wa an a place In the woKd: so that ber of 'your' and! when' Omqc < | 5"i
'late the arrived In plenty of fix. The council also decided .to have young gentleman .* .. .. 1:30 ) ....., ( 'f
Mla* Flrsl Over.trees ha* purchased time to enjoy party OD*of the most surap1 streets light\ placed, along main street returned leaving the -old., veteran ,...t.pbou14'o..I.D .. heir V' 1PA.
thtf resUence of Mr.: R. D., and. best from the residence of Mr. G. W.Bi to'go on and face be musio.-- This 'don't costyou'aiyU1hig .
tuous managed .
Guloe In North KUilmmee a* a'bom. served Floridsae wella to Mr.'A. J.'Booth': place, and from. \U Setting out potato vines U now ''In .purchased :VANS.'AGNEW .*' r"r kr x
ever la L
for her darent and I. 1l1y. Mr.Oulce. and Dumber'of' their across \0 the railroad. I\order but the laborer are many and ,' ;..,. _
to see enjoy a the ...
', we understand will build' on his lot Sports and.pastimes .that. had been Judge W.; R Johnston' tied tb*. the, supply of vines light. -. lowfor : ,, 'and'you'( may' I ATroawzT'AT'-t-' : ;,
f' and Church I I Mr. Arch Baa ba been
at the' corner of .Main. prepared for the delectation of the nuptial knot at the court bouse Monday . I ,
' ,4 street'. crowd. The affair wa well managed whlcb' united' In marriage Mr.Fr4erio .') several days pact. and his lit* wa I.MID NOTABT ,PV IJC,; | -' ,. ',f. .'
'e.teem- G.'Arnold of< Orlando and [ despaired, Dr. Rivers wit calledI 'win $1.8Pr' $28. '.
We l'e1fNi.o'lear that our throughout, and the ..thriving celery i I and pronounced>> the case 'critical KISS1MMKE. FLA.
ed friendMr. Arch Bass of Whittler, city mad a fine !Impression on ',the Miss Audrey Blouot, of .Bartow. Sd
one. At this writing Monday ,
critical condition and not immense throng of people who attend- Those, who were around the courthouse ..
Isvln ,
be change
there"appears'to slight "
live. He was taken .ud- at the time are at a loss to know a 'joI ..
expected to for the better and hope are en-1 & MBates- ,
w denly Ill last Friday and D.T.., M. d.Mr. whether was a case of elopmeat \attained of his some but as the Lod4eu } ; ,, ,.J' )f..t 'r'
S'Y. W Orlando recovery
'River of this place, wa* called to see Way, was and It *o, who was doing the eloping.a $ I ."1'" 'W4L: WIN14
: him and found him suffering with a here the early partloi-tha week'" to' the the. rather peculiar action of, the source of the present complaint /a 'j TAMPAFLORIDAl .
cbronki- trouble with which be basltbesasmioted'foryears
( 4 case of Bright' disease, from Interest of the insurance companies groom indicated that there was. otDe- | '.-eIY..OLUf ...I".tJwe w' .
sever ,, .
'". ':' which attack .very -little/hope! of ,obis adjusting. the loss 'on the high' schoolbuilding. thing unusual about the affair. Prob-' l'a desperate one. The ctUsen toe case1 of this ., /0 t ;J ';<'!,'.-?
Me.*ra. E.VA. Barnes and not knowing that marriage areof ,
a ly
u'; recovery.Is rt&1ne4. T..W.K11U were appointed appraUer public record be got told the I I sad other-. communities have visited . t' .J; Ida 'J'' ;

,1 A.little. child of Mr; "Warren ,Kin g, Mr. Barnes acting, for-; the, town and Judre that be'desired the matter. ,, kept !I tneiok bAd !and united ,their bear-for' J M. WILLS' JR:,' w..wsw.a. ;f__-.w.t '
t ,felt smypaUries with, best wUbe =' ., t.-ei-
K11U -
''WhUe pl.loJr.llLthe..treet.. near his Mr, for the loauranoeoompanle a profound secret ..andUpon being & wet/" < .
,home some cI.l.IEO.' .wa kicked by a who estimated the 4.malf"Jf'0 the Informed that It wa .......ty to ban that well I. know' and ,highly-'" rpectedveteran. 1 f.. i NoTAmr;,Pu Lfc'; 1'_, ._ '. ,;'. L I .I .
looM bone running at large on- the building at 1101;'and to the oxture at witness, be requested.,.*> Judge.'to -b\> I+ Ci' *,i .',STAT 'AT.LA.Ga.. J .

.street and' 'had It*' arm1! broken. S ,Tn: ..klog a total of 81.130.ID< the get two wltnesae who could be t retied] e Real Estate'AP t: ". lAR .. IS.SAN4TORIUIL.,, '... '

'\ Through his attorney,. L. A. .Minx abeeaoe of- Chairman: ..Franklinth4Uobool.Board upon to I-k..p".mam." Tb marriagewa A private i letteV "has,:be received',' I KI5S1MMEB. ' FLORID ,N. 'W."' ''.R '..-.I -." ..

I, Mr.;Kinff nodded the council ..' ..theirmeeUnffTueaday appointed a comm tteeooostMiDir 4hen' performed :'the county \by friend bere announcing. the deathroj 1 <-- 1) .". .......... ... irr, -"' Mir '''.1 i,
nalM of ,MaUT.- and '. omen with closed door and Mr A. C. Hash at hi*"'home al ? ;
that a
night' $ + Murphy .d"] '" Tait . .
I,) satUfaotory adJustmensvOf themst1. II.....*. M.: Eats and J.'Jt- W....,: ompon only 'two I witnesses I ipreeent. 'The,!1t DIInteo-ys::,.Mr.-Hash will be.w: Nee ttto4.. thw, 9ft YMrs M i 'vi. .di 0..11.. . ,
f' .. .... .. fa. a.... r.
\ 'f." made, suit would be broughtrecover to ,to tak."cbarge and have the buildIng young aaaa aeamed very mach excited, t! membersd as having spent4a"-Vorttoa I The oH origUal" OroveUvT**till*. : i. ;'OJ
;r" '' damage' -The'msuer was w.' pI' wbllartba bride wa* oool and collects 'of tfce. pact two winters. here* "... b.., Oittl ToUr>Yo know. shoe JNM a* .
r: ferred to City Attorney PA', ,! Vsn.l will let thework by contract, .tothe. . 1 The bride's ace wart. at _,a. 49.,and :_ad essay frlea... who will;......./ta. takiag. It Is lro aM vaMM .ier a i tr.+ , '.. 'y
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A-- FOR HER.FATHER'S tered Into ** ' -ii ) It I bad'bot
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". "P.OINT. ; SINOF regard for Friday night ai SNOW,
-1 ; an Aesthetic ;
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railroad rate
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Jlt7 youth <
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;' t, BY : quIsHe mu the construction! oi .
such! gifts'. across. the larUunu, I 6l( h ....
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ANNIE.EDWAIV.DS.. :friONOR. among the .It
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'J'O..IIDJUns; am SPR.Un. ,
Lynch. epeclal /pays:; V.STOE CURB WOU1fD OLD SON COi iSLIUN- ...11
& \ mnlnh true ; 'We're 1011 .G ..VlS. COJIfTMACT-- r

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'i CHAPTER ..111..Continued a'o a general'county festivity" than, ,an cleat ; house
Friday when .
!! nctunl I boll=and---", _ seeing, bad (\ stop Irritation subdues Inflammation
or the last real hard and drivsxout Pain. ,
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It Is difficult to saj how lnucb.further l 'And'Jane Gralidjmlrbt, ) -tulx: In the the :
Glfford.was. going to commit JJ1IJlelt- crowd, without too much shocking" theteelingsyf Mrs "loua to 'a4jo nament. PENETRATES the Pores, loosens the Flbrout Tissues, promotes "" : .

\ for Janel' wne 'blue1 *' "o,, ..au4 her' tbe great county Indies!" whom she. senate agreed to thu a free circulation. of the Blood giving the Muscles! natural ;' ,\
cried pTjor ;Jane smiling her elasticity..
through '
his Hprjut past ') i on the
ldro was extraordinarily ? railroad rart .'
tears. "Oh, auntie,' do relent and lx
., at this minute, twq figure, childhood ,. ( !the bill .
d-naturedl If Mr. Mohuu would not :
stepped out ,from the little parlor win. IlO education;
; mind asking, one or. two" humble &1I called the
very be up eon
asking ,
: ttq4rlow: to the ,Iniv, and .Miss
I"Y made Clifford start *o the he people to keep m'e In "countenance, say through; a and renewed his 'ate CURED OF PARALYSIS R :

nearly deposited the,l>nUu of raspberries you would let me go? Ins.with the pipe-line, ,amendment -
; as well as his own lIeut,'at Mist But the subject evidently, awakened which )[ ." P. O. : .: "My
,' Interest of SUnd- I hd been five jean with
.' 'Grand's feet. thoughtsthat were neither' trivial nor ually on to paralysis ia'
'dear June without passing ones In Miss L.rnch.Sbe/ forgot sweet I her arm when I was persuaded use Bsllard' a
.'.1, "My 'standing to be either sentimental or proper; Snow Liniment which efiecte4 complete cure. I.
your bat In:"thin bot.nnl' And Mr. and a'dim flush had risen upon herpale the Allison amend. have also used it for oldsores, frost bites and skin
Mobun, tontiO, dear'Mr. Mohun,'that veHKeful Incubating' he sail; eruptions. Jt| doe the work." ,,'
\ ; faded face. "Mr. Follett knowsall
mnlclcii .
,,1 you should be holding that common \ force about the Gar- EST LINIMENT' ON EARTH ONCE TRIED. ALWAYS'' USED ,
that 'I know, :Jane; |t be thinks it "And now *
badnr Jane, child; why did yon not "the Standard Oil Com- REFUSE "LL SUBSTITUTES
l bring out one of tbe <-lilna bowls {'JKMr. right you should join Mr. Mobun's company i to go ' t ', it Is not for me to forbid it you .spoke ns : 25c.
.' )Mobun'wu'IIq'ro -Aatared. crimes would help the
t have been linppy-you have been very BALLARD'SNOWLINIMEVT CO
burst out .
otter to help your ,
f ."Because thisi_ the'one you.alwaysteU'nifito happy-all'! thlO.e" yenrs,,."without any. of the vicar. / .bill the.and president under the ST. LOUIS U. S. A;:.-,
l1011lt'.Hilt _. ro
JthjQg but-your own closely
use myself; auntie!, said ; more
b ". the time comes that must end al! "After not advanced position 'on r M
:Ills. Orand'wllb' that competed little
said bo vicar. "June1 childhood and accepted the'
things, (
air/ that did not become her 111. '"I did twenty '
is overt-she! will not bo happy always sent to go % + SOLD AND.RECOMMENDED, BY s '
not know a special Icenie-was| to be
atIV a'',to Sir': Mohun for breaking,our with the same "things that have really most stick .and the pitch. For Sale at RQBERSOJS'S DRUG STORE.
solitary china bowl. And Mr. Mohun: pleased ber fill now, aggeration: ,. ; 'T>eeu-In alliance found

'. ,ls not very expert |'n'i tills kindof, em- Jane felt that she could alOJollt bare larr{ and the pitch s
l', Rdtleddeniurely, as she kissed 31 r. Folleltfot- this speech.Onlrthlnle'irle They were duty on the firing

rL""i: took the fruit'from'OllTord's bond. '"lIe ; tirlxruext Monday) lb nch : trnU ,see_ .the .tall .IISSIMMEE.-
'baa more than once, very nearly epollodI week, auatle, aud.riam going to help lelllcs, hustling .toward tha _ ,
'i my whole mornings work,"as It Is." Mr.; Mohun to write tho invitations""And own black' the Allison base,
t 'Mohun thoroughly the air of a I was going to aek;' you, Miss Ice-cold phrase.The big'

Jj... ''detiw.'' said (the vicar, who had come Lynch'ifyou would be houftPkeeper so very goodas whether the :" on .an fours to_ gel RIVER ROUTE
'up by Miss Lynch's side "I never to superintend mV r In gunwhen! / ''t, AAteon'yegs., ?

: \ In my life saw two people look so absolutely b.r"lIreparatlou.: ," said Glffo-M, with whether O I( fault to find;' he add' >

; miserable a* yon both ,doiHowever nn Impromptu Insight Into Miss Lynch'scharacter for lier- he considered the STEt'MER'LILLIII!), 8TRAMER; HOSBADA.Captain .
? ,. the ,morning air bus given that really did hIm.('redlt. 1don't I' her-,,' ( had been In- Clay Johnson, Sr. Captain Clay Johnson, Jr

r.4' you,".roses, Miss Grand," lie added, as myself know anything) about such dark as ) coming to 'the as- Regular weekly, trips to Basslnger sd return. Roseada leaves Klsslnv r,
and It would be
matters, of
Jo kf',. !

'be. looked closely at the cirri glowing such a kindness If you would consider senate conferees.. He nee :Tuesday morning, and arrives nissimmeo Friday evening.

j, lace.- "You have a different complexion yourself the lady of the house for, the than greater all his little remarkable when (Special Charter Trips to Lake Ok ec.vobee and Fort My.ere on the Lllll..
.. 'IIO""to, what you had fourteen yearsago occasion. to thwart the Comfortable accommodation for passengers. Rates reasonable i
; whew I first -ha* she not, questionings
lay you After which waster-stroke Mlts of the .monopoly lie Is t The most picturesque Waterway' Florida. '
w ,hiss, Lynch Lynch never another struggle. : except that there For Passenger ana' Freight Rates apply to
: gave done.
all Mr.
u"Tlme shir traces-on us ,
f' This ad- She felt In her heart that Jane bad far Her heart hurrah, a' ut -whit CLAY JOHNSON. SR.. Proprietor 1
Follett, said Miss Lynch.- .
,, ",mlrabl woman. always aimed, at the better keep! away from this' ball at first time In' going to do wltb the On board "IJIlle. ," Klsslmmee, Fla.

sentiment! In 'common conversation, atton. She knew wbat'danger, there on the tbre In the waT tof
V-' but felt It Incumbent upon must be for the girl pnradlng before I She 'bad that notwithstanding
' her:to be high-flown and elegant before the world any mere unmeaning attentions that he has been decided' -
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the master of Patton And yet; of al manlike' : Mobun; 'that the near to bid carefully aid '111' ad. -. ..

really: It doe seem. but a day since moment the dead peace' of her life'was courage', high ofllclala, suca

'tM).. happy hours '",lIell Mr. Mohun stirred the -grenteetsafeguard,, to her -. : I Rogers and Neb prEquipment .e
'used 'to appear before tis everyvacatlofl happiness would be Irrevocably over to be molested."
___ : at our morning worship, so grown thrown. And she loved Jane: and she href In .and Tillman That
engag Will the
laid '
.' and Improved" wouldIn proverbjnl! ftpeech) have village Dig
'fAnd, trying ,'ic bard to '-make' me down.her'' life to shield the poor girl .another ,, controversy over,
kach.wbenevfl' I looked at. him," Interrupted from,ill. But to refuse .to wield the.Cept'er blick.--who; 1'I",' of the law Canal St
for ten ; : : senator Indicated : .
Jane, in ber1'' hearty way of doinlnlon( consecutive flection of ': wL
_ r"".wr..F911Itt. do yon remember.that day days In a house like Yatton; to chamber : this was,, demagogy, t i
In sermon refuse to take upon herself tbe govern' their'clonks.- ,' while contending .
I' when you stopped.short your .
My Henry Harrison Lewis.L .
the of .
men-servants and women. ,
", and'looked full-not at Glfford-not at ment of ""All: so attorneys x
Ur.. Mohnn, which would !lave. been servants*and a housekeeper grand pared> 'Miss' he had an utter 'con .f I.'well 'known that government habeen assembling a<
_ Justice-but at poor;Innocent me? who fine lady, no doubt. In a black silk and .Assisted In' and for .the men valuable plant on the Isthmus during the past two years,

,had dose nothing the whole, service but a gold chain-these were temptationsutterly" took quite / political conventions I/g: ';and today the entire length or the canal route presents the

,4ry,'to keep, ttjr eye .on my prayer beyond the Lynch nature to re- splendor feeling I for;a. few:* / .', spectacle of a territory ready and waiting;for the slgual to
.. .' sist. She hesitated she wavered: she '- <
..... ; : cloakroom, | "fbegin work Everything necessary' fortheefficientcare! o(
' ''exasperate' ; looked atGifford's handsome, pleading .tudjr"-I' *the vice I
And: so we Intodoing president an army of men'ha...been'done.'lnthe matter of shelterthere ) '.
something desperate to arouse your attention eyes-and g6Y8-1n." Jane might accept tq .the to Interfere'.and to, 1' are almost 1000 houses including:: hotels, cottages for

forcibly. Bald Gifford. "Boy the invitation, and she, Miss Lynch, by and senator, .addressing married employes and bachelor. quarters. These are, scat
would ba glad to do anything In '
'are like men, Miss Grand. Demure, very right. tered along the line of the canal in such manner that each {
averted look don't always repel them bee'power that could be of* service. to And. In ; gave Mr. Bailey an I section wlU haye its quota A practical'.nd efficient commissary system; la

'\to the exact degree that tbey ought." Mohun vonsness get' his breath, and now In working ordet; -This consists of a series of local commissary. storesat .
.Mis: Lynch thought the conversationt finding he'wnl.quite calm. every Important labor camp and ness-houses where food either cooked or ,
,: t t bordered on the Improper; and screened: CHATTER IV. candles, and uncooked, can be obtained at cost. Food Is brought direct from the North In.. .. -
'her -face In'an ostentatious In these later days of'' earnestness housekeeper, :
own quite from South Carolina refrigerator plants Installed on the commission's steamers, and Is distributed ,
1 flurry Innocence with her parasol 'one seldom meets In real life-nejrer, IthliiIt. great qualities, but he4 along the line of the railway.In refrigerator cars, The hotels previously existing
"[*ha vv lOt' IOmetbl1l1! to' tell yon, .In flctlon-a clergyman so stoically arranging that obscure In the canal, sono. baTe been purchaged'br the commission and added l//
o auntie,*?"crledijane: tomln,' over to Indifferent' ,b? all partie.'and to all tore the ( ,, ; .. and'his* usual clear to the commlsfcarysystem.; Ordinary laborers are fed for 80 cents a day,.and

Mis Lynch; and wllu delight mantling party opinions as was Mr. Follett.'Very. the .(' .- the better Class of employee at 90 cents a day. In the matter,of transports

.... all over her.,fa"",_ ."Such news You .,early In life be had married, to herself know what grudge he tion. It Is estimated that t is men and material required by the ,contractors
_ .wouf4 never guessItloallyourllfelball : and lost 1>(U wife In less than; ered. Carolina *against will be brought from flie United States at cost. The commission is la contrcl l, '

w,1' +wlZalatoTin' .,..and and,never levins! ;had':any womanly "My drear Probably they all re through the Panama Railroad company, of the vessels formerly belonging to '
t J ; at'Yatton' and am to be at Jt." presence In hU house since, all his habit whispered political advancement. that corporation and also the two.well-equipped vessels, the Moxtoo and Havana X.I'
.!. W .Miss Lynch< and the vicar.looked at and way of thought were those of lant toilet< : tlJ.ey,were wrong" purchased from the Ward.line. In addition to the old French plant left
':. a b'other quickly.! ';1'118 vicar was the a lonely, unloved! man. ,Ue was neither were the !lawyer* ought tu on the isthmus by DeLessepa there oas been purchased: by the American government
'iflrst to speak. "" morose nor'1\\unkindly only" Indifferentto hare'' been an occasion that had material :costing approximately 9000000. 'This material include* _.. .

V, :>"Yoa have not been brought tip to go I -whatever affairs, ot other people should be eloquent! a defense :>f In: part: Two' ocean steamships, GI steam shovels 120 ,locomotives, 1300 /nat n
j to balls, my dear Jane;" but he- spoke were not actually' ttrnst upon him; And with, : I He procoeded! to de-: cars, 324 dump cars 12 rapid unloaders 22 unloading ploughs, 13 earth spreaders a

.''.very gently, very kindly; Gifford need and a good deal taken up In the (armIng own : ; for respectable memo 2' dipper dredges, 11 steel barges., 2 stone-crushing plants 50:0( tons of .

not, have given, him such >fa terribly of, his own glebe-and In his own and waited ....but sticking. steel rails. 200 switch stands, 200 split switches 125,000 urosstles, 14 air-com: '
'fierce' look,of suppressed malediction. garden-and In his own book. ample .
machines ma- +
J added: pressing 8 cranes 162 rock drill. :SO portarule deey-drllling: !
:::rf"*"You have lived happily- without. .any,- 1C he bad attained to all be hopedfor allov her to -'most1 Infinite con chines, and a quantity explosives. 'All of this material .will be placed at the' t

rthing of the sort,'hitherto" when be. was a ,lad. would he, at tin and of the breed I know. service of the contractors whose bids are accepted, -anil at 1bOrlce nut_exceedIng .
Although greatly obliged t
\ ''tor'doln,' you the' honors ,Miss dine, and go to sleep again, with:'any ever before 'This Tate:, had ,' that American contracting .firms, desiring to bid on the work will nu|
; :L 'nck' mtrrpo1ated. very arealfr'te.t than be Aid now, o* cheval glass passing the bill. practically,an entire equipment on the C1'ound.-U"rpeJ". Weekly.
'14* "I anv not to, g ::' ,Jane exclaimed; and tear*'of blrter'dls- ford St..' Mary This If U had been whispered.- adopted ,the JoInt
. / *to her Into'-words have the time when the
_. appointment? rushed up reyes. put would ,pretty Just vwyihns.ty! filetiettleltltlt11i47t5,11i1i11e71itit117HI7Htiety4Witi"
"" ,J '. effect! two I month
; 'Mr. Mohun iron, hearl -I' am not to ly' summed up the semi-consolatory, very lengthy
'. f .or. ," J semi-bltteaview with.which Mr. Follett of Miss ,, nl. by the'president. i
_ "Then there, will be "'%lVton.M said Gifford quickly. ."The point own moral state and of his life.. tot have a A SUICIDE.

4 I* not worth discussion. I had thought But the world In general saw In the )Ir. )Mohan ,. : Ma1ayMurderers.
? 1 j.' r should like totrL1".IIODll'lhlnl' of the Vicar of Che'sterford an excellent quiet deal too, :

> tklnd oq first settling at ,Jatton-bnt It parson of no particular views, char people 'to a,. 'Crooked' ,Doings,

:pia:does not rnattet...,,Vf* .uba, perfectly. itable'to his poor, on terms:of goodwill "We shall his Uf at Sea. ..

,, i,'pontentedwlthout'Itr -f.! with his richer'neighbors-all thata swered.ill!!!! ,' 3U. ,he, haf*,.been', .' SyMaiorCharleE.. Woodruff.M.D. J?. '
) ,f t.'And' he loooked with a most unmie country clergyman ought to be. Especially not without ( ", J
his accounts and had -
certain \, . "
f ..takabl'expresslon so, Mrs'Fojlett did single ladles of. 'a of. being{ '' '' ; .
'. considered;: if to beat Jane* tearful age-Inasmuch as he ,war widower, bag all tbe :, ; i Captain'Folk; ,;i+ -.
S. I "i' '' : 'ANDUDUCOT is the Tagalog word professional murdor--
,, *; !<.cev, ; and possessed' of a'fair competencygive.Mr. 'No one can I ; Casino; which"ar .
: ,Th' vicar felt himself l relentlnlrBe Follett the palm over all his her> of-one- : ; Ilabri.). Thurs:. ;,.whq are siunclently I ?numerous to have required a spa

;-tad"good rellona"tol' .'.bleldlne tbe f eHow*,.,whether vicars or.;;.curates' In i sions above. ./ ., ship,'was? at Mers Dame.-.and the ,;demand for their, services Is Feat
'poor..,girl ;.'-'from' tot ,'petty'; slights: to the neighborhood., of their own .. bjirk! ,. loaded with, ee- to keep tie .profession, In. .exllte Ce. So. tar 'a.
they are engaged in other work, hut murder 1* theIr"D'
which bet forced entrance Into society 'And of all tills band'ofsvlrgln con lint at the Or1'ltw.'w1th' 1141. .
S 1DJcht 'COlt her; oe from the lasting tellora.JI.'trJ'nch.wa.; the head and and,Jane : : nd' the''''firat'ptate'l., ' occasional business; that whenever they'bars, a'calL, : ;
misery towhich light attentions fftma chief, ';Jong'! }ago .when:she first; came, uabE'red.lnto They simply contract to receive a fee If man dies and they

-man so superior ?O, her In position a* to Chestefford.' Mr. Pollett&ad been ciety.; )U'. }' .. ,' dispose of him, la'any manner they please; i
ss ss ssssf' -.A. special small class of professional murderers'are the
Mohun would most assuredly.-lead. sensible that this elderly; woman persecuted > lug bis I' '
But were they.light ttentlon1" With him, and bad striven to avoid and.Jane"'. "MAYOR',LUCKY,, poisoner called "Uagalaeon" (Tagalog); They' are said veryllittleis, & ,.
all lilt calm, prosalijeiterlor'with all tier;' but his..constitution was too essentially the' -. 1. poison which acts something like rattlesnake,venom, but known'
-- tats lobering inOuencea of his most nn- averse to.trouble for him to and not so1 '' Near Being .. Paeeen- I aa to the materials.used. They are said to poison well. and Itreams,poison
romantic Ilf., enongb of-hj pwn'youth sustain any very lengthened conflict on Icpable In' \ liuratsrf the fish.'. bar,and arrows and the stakes used In pitfalls JThe' Malay thinks ,

:. "y I't'' lay-r-biwled.. ';but not, dead*In.thevicar's such a point: and for many years now stranger.'.' c '' Yraln. ,these are legitimate means of warfare and' J'they" : "were' 'directed"In' general or.der '
heart '. aW blm to estimate be bad received all'Miss/ .Lyach's.'attentions chance Mayo OeoVge of the Insurgent army '
: a look of atnofibt,'aijslsi 'tJI..IIpat( 1U *' wUboot, a 'stroule.* They ( 01. New"" .Yortii; Missed' Malvar had to forbid poisoning the stream* because It, was killing his own ., '

a'' real wortiJifAi:! "*c Jsxili-a( loolTbe becved -. .wearied him::certainly|.rbu<' would,it Mama : ': & ., lne>special people. Poisoning Is,so well'knowq that It must, be ,,' common procedure,,a r
,- that be lisrt n*W"...D.aO. uror4 not have"wearied him a vast deal nor* ried she ,; : : ;' 'an ,appointment to ;fact 'we should surmise from;the 'necessity' for a-special word la a.poverty

a'jlt.6aua .. ,...r i\\'.. _t":Wl", +kt+tit: :..''I1: t SA.mUtfrfjAnd, U he '..1 'obUce to ly, wh. ? ; .SUTiday,and;altUougO ',It.rJcke.aDruap! whichjbaa'ao j few/word that curloua.'roundabout eJlprea.: ,.,
,'" 1C Miss Lyarh.wpnlAMMUr-net obULJOBT tee ;much'** Jane AlrandVgoverness.: lIODt ; *.state arriving attPJy- sloos.,are,needed fat theoommonest; .ofcjects ;Mnrder-lssnch"an Important ._
gotaft-viUBfl" '*..bepn.t1.itTtMei .' was :be notalao obligedtoTieinuch) f say BpwT? ; .... to.i come ,direct'to I matter that they'have at leaattwo other--word for'the crlm ; used according ,f "1 I

.. .......Wl4 Jane.Grand,h rseltni' >ot a-shad*,.f same &/ of going to Cherbp*.,! 'to the-'maaner and instrumentllty/ and<<:'not. a* In Bngliah!: ; where;theVword*: '! 1J r

r.a quickly at>o lbl. from hta own sentiment',;;.which'",)ne4f'plitage. oc eyjAbi! : I l Clellan;!"" '*At.;'tlii'' lent. tlndfC te.tlle relattonshlpyof' the..ri'v murderer-to :McUm < ' artaclde.''..- z
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Chief$ Exeoutlve: Transmits 1'lllnue. 4Has'Hl. Str'lleibre ottea. ( .. AAprsd. B

Mo t:Dptlmlstlo and CongratulatoryDocument ...n.. .galylis9": the jsaminj'ef garell.le.y' CIJa"le

.Assef1.1bJe'in"AU lJta' end- Resume to State .Legieiatura.. ,'1 Finishes: .Frrtt'SessXph.WlthFineRecord' : .,Woman! from. ;:White. lilouae. ktaeeb"They Carrieda, 0." Iksurll.s1 ..'+

Legislative.t Dytjes.fLENTYRF '. ., ".J'..... >|>.J:....-*f* ' " E Establl&t:... rA''Wuhiagton'.pedEt.-.-- . Trtto. .Wxn .
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'' bpnmlsUoiiW.We( "was1 .Governor ., .: : .- Weahtngtoa dlsvatoh says: ?,

,I Terrell'* ,.annuaT',':message, transmlttsd TUUnrnn. (nterrupMd the regular (- ....'Ben Tillnaaa caaftrvery' near'-

) > WOBK t 'AHEAP: toand read lit both "bouse of the ENDS WITH FISCAL 'YEAR business, of :the' 'msAto rnursday, to CASTASTRQf'ME,.HOMHVil 'bjpitdltoritsd out of<< the
Georgia general. eaeem'bly. Wedaaedaymorning. peak on .Us resolutibn calling;i r aD :rate ...,...... 0GIDIDIu.wectD

. a J .?,, D"tujdPtt611.1nto.. the eleoCCn.of r'Mr*.' ___.,e(' bU' epeseb 'in tae sNs

Both lioysas Get .Down. to 'Business'Promptly 'Che Introductory portion of the message A Resume ,e' Important Measures Minor Uorrls! I tram tfa. .white,\bouse: :' Nearly' Ali'the Dead. Wer- Persons Isx, .:.whtea. !be' delifeptaestt

i J .Qovrnor'. .> M.*aao* .4s !; Jnv which! ta:,. ,governor pointed That ,Were' Passed, ftlgned By the. last January., He 'complained- that Who Had''\jlust' Arrived'At ply.::1' the .. 0."- (Standard.brssM
oa'tteedor.MWs of all his
.Re.d" ."4Mchof.important with pardonable pride to 'the tact thai ,President and 'which Are his. resolution had 'beQpu8h8l1* ,aside mouth. '' on''.ateamer, New York' leagues* ...< eosjterenoe'and<< IIIIOIIt
Bills'Introduced..! during hi* entire adminIet raUo&t aUjdepartments New Law of, the Land.DothLhouse lIe'slldCe constantly for never one reason or another,, '*?!r-tiiM'- ? of,tile aeBators '...vw.U. .
j _. would hare agaurappr
ot the, state government ach 2dr; of "Alabama, the, only --;

'The .Georgia general assembly net. !had been rigidly1''and'carefully inspected of :.congress adjournedat ,tact that the d the name subject of th"but.*m ,n.tor JUal'thi' Driving at a mad ;'pac' over theLondon .other democrat ,on' .the '_ .......;fpommittee.

t 4n Atlanta Wednesday In annual sesrSion and audited, by legislative committees 10 o'clock eaturdajr night, tent SeoreUry.Barnes, who'must behead Southwestern ,Railway, the j) ..was especially,Incensed .aft

,{the house,tand'the ,senate being and' board* of*visitors without a For the first time 'In the blatory of responsible for *(&*'> act, bad Aja rlcaa line, express, carrying 4$ Senator Tillman's tgtbrldled'dennno$5'. /:
tIoIa of the ooemmtttee as'tools of lbr'Standard
called. to order at 10 o'clock la thaH single of the government.congress adjourned on been sent to the senate for the post. xoi the steamer New.'tork's passengers .
dleeovery are :official being UU G al aa,. All the t.psibl'Hoansron'tbe )
morning by'Speaker Slaton. and Pfe--: recreant'to'hIa,trust, every one of the the day which, closed the fiscal ie's;. mastership then of Washington. from Plymouth to London, lJugge4fan' : oosasatttee: '>wers, t+slyt
e "detailed bis efforts
dent "West.respectively.. 7,000 in the employ of the. state and"countlcshavlng Over .sessions,b>dr\adjourned; before thel nomination of Mr. Same rejected'to hare the track Just'aftec passing the angry, but the Indignation of- Mr. B&os>j jardsoa '

'The house gallery 'was well +filled been round above and ,some after June JO, but the fib In order that be might not be aoou station,at..jSailsbury; >England, at 1:87'': .knew 'no"bouads. ;
when the .call for .order.! '!"i;aouaded, even:" the suspicion of graft and creed, ty-ninth, congre..' ended its first ses .ed of u alrness M. .. TUlman had read o'clook JBundajT morning! and mangled The deliberated other members along of time, tbe'roanfer-Wednesday .renee "'

)t and the many visitors assembled Looked was creeted'with liberal -applause In, sion"on'. the day when, the government , 1I4r.. &rnea' defense of'bis conduct- . In to. death In 1U wreckage"23 passengers as to whetted they would.$ .'
.both houses vtrlkes! Its balaac and closes Its the'&orrls affair. '
on with Interest: as"'thi.repreaenta. "- L who sailed New Yak sit In oooferoncswltts .Ttllmaa. A'
The governor talus occasion la hie books: He also .hacIJ8&d-tJ statements et '
fives Immedlatel;; .ente'e4 upon the some '' Juno lid and four, ot..t.h trainmen.Besides >plan>. ;was; discussed to ..requestsenate the
message to felicitate: the peopIeN the'state There were, Interesting tor Elmer H. Paine, 'who was he. said '
buslneaspfthe. session. upon their general condition, and tares to mark the end which finally orb of the six newspaper men at the those to ''Whom; ""death eam to same aerie other ..."
The call of the roll by Clerk Joha tie Immense crops, sold at good came when there was less than a'quo .executive' office when1' the 'M.on1s ,|10. speedily,, a':doiea. persons were_ injured. These his place.for would 'nave..tMe4.oa.. i beenthat ease.

'T. Bolfeulllet. immediately followingprayer '' prices,. leering the people happy and rum In 'either house as many senators :cldent\ occurred. ,:tie/commented at some ot uien' seriously Mr THlman had played tbe'part, of ..i

by the chap; abl.Rer.11m.. \ contented and. in "'the ,enjofment of and representatives Ong on the some, ,length 'on Mr., J>.IDe'. stag roUowlng'is a'list of the'flfst; t k r cabin blackguard bad slandered his asee- -

anon disclosed but '''tow absentees.. I great prosperity. Attention Is called belief that the adjournment would mtntr evylng be was tbe1 onlf' one paa eqor. dead: ,w. Cerwlck, Toron. elates.. unjustly'' and I ....,' repreesetej. ;'
I to-tho reduction of taxation. come early In the day made their of the, .six who had'ever bad. .
.. 8D1"thine '
to .
The house ; Louis Casdey; Trumbull. Oonaj anr amendment ... being ,dictated w',
early evinced itsdetermination The his arrangements leave In the afternoon to sa$, abut the matt ', outside
governor expresses aatIfllOotlon ) <<: .
I'I'r Frederick 1C Cossltt New Tork; Mrs the Standard OU ; wben, pesoUcafy .
I ooopaar
r to. get down to steady- business that'meuu,.. recommended, in and they did not remain for Jbe of .to newspaper, or In private' eon 0. W. '' ,
Klphlcke. Chicago 'Dudley' P.Ulardlng.New every Independent oil prod*
the moUoa of former-messages-such .' the taxation'of dosing scenes.Speaker rersaUoo.ThU he,spoke ot MI -remarkable '
Joe Hill
t' tfon. Hall Yorki'' Mrs. 1* N. Hltco-- and.refiner la the country is bonbar 1 *;
; franchises,*the limiting the Cannon, rigidly carried out and then quoted '
of Bibb ..that- the housci'meei of "extracts
at nine '' cook New Tork; Miss Mary: Howle- .Ing the senate with telegrun* assertIng '
rate of taxation,the, business tan' OQcorpora.t101l1t his tsntloa, of'keeping back the adjournment from Mr. Palne's statement., '
'.o'clock iii: the morning Instead of at I //IOB, Mew York;' fly; B.: L K1ngKTar'onb that If''"this amendnvnt is ant.
9> J and the right to bold resolution until the 'bills in contrast to' that statement he ': '' '
1 Frank W.' Koch. .Allentowa adopted 41ft1'7"Y"u.'or: oompjttiott'
ten ;
o'clock, meeting with few' dlssenting elections to ..uthorlze'e( levying of.peelal were all passed and signed,,and the .presented what he declared to. be : ''
or" Tenn.; John B. McDonald Tort i with the Standard 'will' '.disappse*. ,
vo1cei ;
. local taxes In each county for hour,for the end was net known until the'actual facts InMha case. Theee '
C. T. )(cM/3: / k1a. New York;: a AJFlpon : i Tbul thsy argue that ;::Senator Ti19w'man !
The governor's! message. receive, the ,ex tension 7 of'rural' school terms- a short time before the gavel fell were Included in"a statement from onlymember'sing '
;was TorontoCharles E. nteu'j Is reaD, the -:
oed and read In both houses'commandJ have been epacted: Into laws by the The closing .scenqs"ln.the\ senate ,S...: H. Price Another newspapermen .
>> m W. atntell, New Torkj ,Mlss 1 up for the Standard Oil oomiThen'
,, tug....the ctoet. attontloo ..Ohaumenv.A general assembly.; _!, _..-:._ j were formal'and. wldout Interest.; In < ,- who bad wttf1e4'the occur. Blanche M.:8 nteH, Ne1f/'rorkl MissOertrude : .1.
>er.;: He further recommends legislation! l ebduBe"lhrre-were"Ut.." u.ual' hilarious rence. lit; M' .- -Palnirt ....temetlt.. it ": ; t1NOMAr1URNEO"HI ''LOVL.
M; eentell.,New York Miss. .
Upon ;too call for .the Introduction for ..the ,establishment of agricultural performances consisting of' was! repvesented. 'that pfflrai Morris;: Eleanora ; ___, 'h" "
Smith Dayton at:; Mrs-iWaU,
' of now matter, thirty-eight new bills colleges' -and the exemption of col amusing speeches and songs which oo- was-,treated-as considerately ..' possible GMmea'eourid"r His Oren.
'' ter W. -emlth, Dayton 0.1; Gerard '
were introduced adding to the large loge endowment from;taxatloi1. Cossmeat' cupled the lime during! the long width, while Mr. price said she was ,
Smith. Dayton. O.r Mrs. Rllllas Hurd Shot Her to Death. .
amount of unfinished business or'Jut J., made'.upon the fact that In and members made the best .,of the -carried off like a sack of'. .alt.'"' Waite, New Yorki: Because be was ailed with love sat
hottest day of the season with merrI- Mr. TIllman .spoke' S Mr. Barnes'
year' session.Following" valuingproperty for taxation the state c !
and his love unreturned -
The following second cabin jealousy was
ven* (
; .pas
tho"roll" adheres to the law enacted more than ment.' dental of another statement by' Mr.
"call a Joint re. gars, s4dreuunobtafaable'sre "dead John Alexander Ortaqes.:a" mlaj'baad,|
olutlon was udopted that a Joint committeo one hundredyearaago; , and new leg.IiOatlon'to Altogether .the session just closed Price that a 'negro man ,had assist'ed shot i &III
early morning,
Lewis Ooephlnger Keller W. H, WJadnosday: <
Jose ,
of m'eet'exlsUag conditions baa been a strenuous one from start In ""the cruel and miserable per.
five from the house and ! is Thompson.Six 'killed Mrs Evl M eOtania., .at,
,. to finish The which caused formance.", .
cominended.f. measure
three from the senate 'be" appoIntedi&O / .11 J..Bamett.
QrsUilass cabin passengers home of her father;> 9W- ,
t wait upon the governor to notify The overcrowded condition the the greatest debate" Is the railroad Me' Mid the president had. been were" fanner Who"Uyes' la MIlton''
more or less seriously .
that :. rata bilL ''Begun 'Wttb the session its Indifferent' to whether he Injured.
r, him tho general assembly was supreme court dockets Is character! very' mlle'DOI'thoC RosweU. OL
'' The late hour of tbe. New' York's one )
i convened In annual session. I ed by the governor as menace to contlitoraUon continued throughout,, should get at the facts) In the ease, local
Is sate wltfcln the
arrival Grim
at Plymouth saved lives.
1, y A message from the governor transmitted 'the general' business Interests of the Pure'food '!'enactment and meat' Inspection 'and he could not.'understand why Me: She carried more than 60 many travelers the only, plaoe,'heoonM 'And' ..,..

' certificates-of election of mom. state. WIth eight new counties cre- pre lon''are .also Important Paine bad been singled ;put among for' London,, but of them elect 'as his act has'arou.ed'such'' 11&

4 bars of the house'' elected to fill va- kted last,year, adding to the business, changes .In the federal attitude toward ,the newspaper men. many nation: .said '"'tbenwa.tslk" -offence
; ;
ed .to travel ,
on comfortably ,
vcaccles occasioned, by death and, re. of the supreme Court It Is feared that both the produoer and consumer' .He also discussed the difference of >
J in preference to the late land- to the prisoner;?,
"tgnatlons. the' court of' last resort may become of the country. A uniform and more testimony as' to whether -Mrs. Morla ..' '
lug at Plymouth, and the night rideacross At.tlie'tlme ot\M, tragedy t
The (ollo'Wlne'lIe'WIT elected mem BO overcrowded With business that strict method of'l naturalizing aliens bad been dragged,, and as goingto preparing breakfast M
; the if the New. Tork I1.Ginnlwas
r A ben were then called before the bets .Judgments' appealed from may be conflfnrod. was enacted.. "prov, beyond .all possibility of bad made country the dining room of..the._bin.,'Grim
the roster
of the house and swum In by Aaeod.ate' by operation of law. .before the '''The type of the Panama canal was dispute,' he' said Mrs. Morris had passage, has'bednboprdIg at'the hoaM
who ;
of the dead andinjwgd would nave
court'reach"them.. fixed; thus/settling a' questionTIMcb furnished him with. tbe'' black ails : .
Justice Cobb: -;vi.) H Buchanan ; ;/ been for some'' three 'months, 'came In to
ot *To this .cond tlOD it is has' perplexed both' the professional skirt she'wore,on 'the' occasion, Thuwas.
Ware, vice J.M; .Spence, resigned; remedy .recommended wrecked. train consisted of. 'a talk to'ber and aoeused her of
..JamesTaylor of Sumter, vloe J. IL that'an Intermediate court and.lay'mind.Toe, president la to .,tornin many;pl cee",while there too intimate with ,feeri fath..D-id.
powerful express ; three'Arst-
'' : engine .
Lumpkln; deceased; ,Eschol Graham 't-a court of appeal-hiring final ,u- build a. lock waterway anlll
;' i of, Telfalr, .vice D. .C, McLennan*?, deased. *- rtedletlon'i of cases appealed from all given a total of 39.000000 ,the showing' that she unquestionably had class aarridor'carlages.add: one! cookbloailoh : She denied,thecharge. ,and:(
buffet The
guards' 'van
and T. Ramsey: of Murray., courts ex tbo'superlor; courts, and year .for that 'purposeT;; It. 'was': required been dragged.- Mot only 'was there'a soonaboard and .'then. told; b*<, that,'h\Intended
i s vice A. K. Ramsey, deceased. Sorer all misdemeanor cases, be established. that material for the canal'should hole In the skirt, .but there were also passenger* were at shoot her' and 'she said for hint

A 'Joint resolution' of Mr.- Conner Tbla It .. urged, will relieve be of American manufacture, holes in* the "undvrdoth&x and In 111SO'the express: pulled *out It'was'of :shoot He.left,the dining '.room, wesSto
given a clear 'track OG the run
-ot''Bartow was unanimously adopted the supreme court of 40 pit cent of unless the president shall find the. the hosiery-:proof sufficient to prove .secured
Jaol miles to .London 'which the a rear1 roomann,
:and Immediately transmitted to the It. business.' and an amendment to pride! excessive, In which ,case be. Ie anf' man "an arrant liar,", "who spoke / on .. N,
) i 'no. "
r senate, expressing the hope' that HOOJ the constitution to accomplish this given, authority to buy; abroad. to'the contrary, said the: senator.';,, express of a tolls generallymaintains minute.:. Etogineer.a,Aoelas speed sn,1ppayertb, '_ '*cOianls bad

William Jennings 'Bryan will accept purpoee Is recommended. J The oonsulgr'eertlce wan given n speaking of the police at the white a. "
'the Invitation'th&' State Agridultn t1? ''Banoattonal. Interests -of the,'state Complete new legal,.status, "':.Ih'will house,' Mr.-' Tlllman''wild. there Is. quickly gave the. ....... few >keaC) .'tMth ; ; .Iatigat .
' .spe 4al WM .ee. spMsfts: : :; swiftly il .
"a ral Society to visit,.the >state fair. In are deaU'wlth'thoroushl7,' the governer ptlmllt' of' an entire re-organUatlon such i"tendency toward Imperialism ; Y will.
Atlanta i next October'Appla11ll8oed greet recommending the establishment of When the appropriations "for the as would justify the ise 01-,the mil. "Wlthout'luel-dent U reub' tae1 nt* C until M.>It* ;*e SB teHd' MMP\ttw| ..r.aaet I *. m to

the mention, .of the .Nebraskaa's two graded agricultural college*-such session are, totaled It. will be found Mary-for that >purpose. If the country, railway, yard: at fiallibury- wAn .thepasjangers side. 'Of! 'bar ,.... MM. WhO ....

t 'name ps the one M?Dehlonaga=: ..oneIn' the that thetr'aggregate has reached nearly -, wanted'go to the devil along the noted. that the coaches, .began ,tae room a* the jlme of the I tr.gsdr"

-, southern part,of the..state, the otherin' 00,000.000.. This is a greater sum lines :;of ImperialIsm: could sutra swaying from side-to slam 6ubseauently and then GrIMes Std' the load '

'Brief Session, of Senate. the middle, to be maintained by than has been made available 'since effect' herbeeduaadh4Waa.Ya, Ira:
Wngrftss 1 1898.. 'Of this It."As at the end of the long plate; In ,.... .. ?n.atwtly .-
the'JDspea the of
After the Introduction of night bills fees derived from on of war indicative of Inclination a ::;;.;:r.--
form when tbe 'track bes1Dato curve ; .
.c fertHtsersJU appropriation of 100.000. amount $ 6.00o.000'trlU. go' Into new young' lady ha. married 'and, gone ,..... '
two resolutions'on'the Illness'ot ee. towards the bridge"spanning Usher- l' .
annual public buildings In various, sectionsof the water whence she' is her-
In two payments is rooommen- across wiLD ,.OLXMIK' 8CHOOIAt
: 1 street the'engine ileemed fairly RUMORS ,. ;
oJI. ,
ator J. B.'Ware of the thirty-seventh ;
; a ded for the establishment of ,.agrlcuWtural the country. aided as -Princess ,don't bold ---" '
district, and Doorkeeper ,John W. the of the The annual appropriation for .the the *eld responsible for that, for to 'leap from the tnc. '
; buildings 00, campus p Lurching forward,, the I COU1JtlT.plunle:1 Silly! Hebrews., Tho ie>tH. ...(... Ctti-1
dreen state mtutia was doubled 'and hereafter' 'would 'be unfair ho- \ -
and the ,reading of the govern university, and an appropriation of bold hltj responsible Threats,Wtn'APM.'Then. '

ores 'message; the. senate. ; adjourned,. $20.000 !J.-. urged, for the purpose ..of $1,000.000 will' be-. spent from i for the.course of a'lot'offools girders: of against the bridge'tbe standards and ;A 'wild rumor' hst1 children's.

buying seven acres. of land adjoining the ;federal; treasury' for 'the purpose who write headlines, which must The bridge wen being.eet. in ''thepubttc
after being 1n''....Ion';a'J uiu..:. our withstood the Impact and, rebounding, throats ,
the campus of the Technological of JlIee 1nc the state military organizations be obnoxious to both the president '.choolsresulted H.;... ,
vas hOur.{. >' :-f' school, upon which an 'option' has 'Jn touch' with .the regular. and the young lady." -' ---' the engine crashed Into1' another .... hrotr Chout-- beer?ilast:

Probably' the most, Important- ,bill been taken at $14.000.; $10,000 ot whichIs army. 't'' .. In closing Mr. TUlman declaqpdthat. ciD p.,, overturned."I.t!" I,! "". ; ; .A' .lde.I..:,New,tTort: Wbdnid.V .t2IaC

Introduced was that of natdrpW:I 8.McHenry . to be,raised by subscription.The A measure of importance to 'railroad Mrs.Morris bad been treated lag and fifteen' schools with'M.OOO pspfiawere

? IW. of the' fbrty-eecond dlitrtot, needs ot: the everal publks .and ,other employes ...engaged ""worse than'a'dog.: and.that'the president The wreckage of1' tMSJ: two ..nelne.Jnterloek.d closed for*the tdar;:,:Tbetrbnb1eW5s;

prortdlas for;.leasiec, the .Wertfrm.and 'institutions-ofthestateaxa ,calledto; ; hazardous+ enjplomTeaU,'known as the had Indorsed! this treatment by' in a broken mass of, twisted caused br,1:operations performed,:(ou

t s, Atlantic,railroad ".t the expiration'ot the attention.,of the general assent; employers"liability bill; became a'law. appointing the man responsible for sato 'steel. Tbe- first coach shot over ,.. .cblldrenTuesday; :tat'the're--. ,:;
N the ..present lease the Nashville, and : The government will participate of of Washington .the engines and careened onward ..until ser ." '
.to I bIT"appropriations! asked for recommendations the position postmaster moral of:adenoids In the .back of th
Chattanooga and St. Louis. of the Jamestown tor-centennial uposIotJon' the of the city it was buried agaJnat'the parapet
made la reports where women\ throat and .nasal or. u -Tbe' -operation
' .. \Thls bill provides that It be leased these Institutions'being' ,, Indorsed;, and $1. 25,000 was authorised expended would bare to'come into contact,with I of the bridge 'and ,smashed''Into fragments '. Is :.rwtn>
i for not le18'thaIl.forty. years and not The message urges the desirabilityof out of the.federal"treasury. 'for. him. .1 have felt constrained" be killing or' maiming, almost. every among, the Hebrews. DM. ,
less than "5.000 pert month,. or'not the' > state being adequately represented that event. .. ,' said/to .do, what I have done, and occupant. 'port'wae 'exaggerated.,,-Wednesday..'*n

,. less than sixty years: or' not more at the| Jamestown 'exposition Speedy appropriations for the San If'au.7body'' does not like it let. him The second coach :lurched.forward tbe report tbat the'.Russian antMwws

than ntnety.nlne..ear."a't $60.000.per and'closed with'a'reterenoe to recommendations Francisco) : sufferers;resulted''from requests lump IfThere and rolled towards a.ststionary train were operating.ln ,this ;coon try' ,and

''i month. The lease' proposed Includes' contained In former, messaged by .president. Two and a was loud, apiaose in the galleries ' and practically 'destroyed Itselt'The a start was being;'made on ',He row
the shops of the ,road 'and rolling baa'millions was donafted directly TUlman',concluded. ,. third coach dashed forward '
r ,1 urging the enactment .ot' legS. : when Mr. children In the.tcbools. It .... not

r stock. Thla,.bill lathe same as. oat lation! upon election laws, Immlgrvtlon aUO 'suppUes from:::the' stores' ,of the but an' objection by ,Sena. with/ "the rest.. overturned. and' 'col ,long' until many ot, the schools,,were

which was introduced last. year. by Mr. confederate flags. aad"mldemeanor government, 'nearly equaled that /Item Kean .t1b ........' refused to ,vote. lapsed.' surrounded by. frantta' ;parents,.''
The guards' and buffet .therearmost
JttcHenry. "Ills .
amount. ; resolution. "
''. .. convicts., on car of the train., plowed on rescuing their little ones ','

"' TORCH.VLife MILLIONAIRE DEAD. forward injuring ,nome' ot Its occupants 1 cr
Is- ., ..:--' ,, ' *' ._-;-+-- --= ) but practically'maintained'itsequilibrium. : I I"

of' Negro''"In',.I Indian 'Territory Is .Negro Soldiers ;;.Fort- L av.nworth Faithful... Wife of'.-Convfct- A4de Him : Man'Who Made Way' With Vast 'turn .W en' the.;' crashing of the wreck I Professor .of ,Chemistry, 'Biffs oj Products.ef'Kansas !

/ Taken By'a' Mob. : In Breaking tall .Is No More. I .. -
; Have Liberties Curtailed.Inxa PaokireA ;
g i ,was passed there came the cries of .
'criminal 'ThI'ouah..the assistance of his wtte, Word' has been received In Washington I "
A. ,who oomndtte, a' '
negro > clash In Leavenworth, .Kani* the; injured' I chemical:;analysis ofhambargersteak "!.
J., Y,' Doll of MJddteboro., Ky.. one that' Thomas. Q: Waggama, I '
assault upon the 10-yearold"daughter ,si Saturday 'Dl&ht''b t."M'" white and Relief came quickly, although It waY ., bologna,'sausage,* Polish :aasage. *.-

v 'of Ira:Hobertson.'near:Wtomack.Ti: : : colored troops'at' Fort'' ven.worth.t'Wo'meIDberl"ot of the'.Jteot.uck7eecape4 most noted desperadoes from .Jail1 of eastern '' at formerkoaiwer'oftbe. t Oathollo University an hour before I the' last body;. 'was I .fraakfyrteri .:and I Wienerwursts

; for'over $4000. dragged from the wreck. the market from three .
"was'captured .Sunday night'and'afterbeing the engineers'.corps.were Richmond. V... on'Thursday 'night,: , ,who tailed bought open '
opmp.nla.111fros4' ,
t" taken back to,the ;scene of flue severely beaten and others were James Saylor and! eteve'"Turner.: 000 a rear ago died at a farm' house .- leading packing

crime: was banged"and burned.. 'He :cut I and .bruised.. Two men are', In charged with murder and James Turner near i Annapolis, tSA r''WbeN' be has Big Shoe Failure Announced City'has-'convinced Inv Lladberg '"

w r:y 'confessed and offered no resistance to the hospital. The trouble bas'' boen: an'sJtlged cattle thief,' also .es. been for a robber of montba' HewaeC9 .The fal1 r.'of,White Dunham Shoe proteuor'ofahemttry.andtoaoolop. ;
mob. since the' colored recent ,. old.Wagiaman'I Company, boot'and shoe manufacture I In the Kansas City Hanemsan4K.Sb
the I brewing troops eased years '
+t, To oDe:person"the; negro;gave his ly>assaulted a white soldier. -A* Mr s. .Call" held the turnkey while failure startled, Washington ers .of Brockton and -Boston, wad 'cal coljege. that these products. ot tlsi;

t ',.name as 'Cliff, Mays of :Marshall Tex a result of the clash, an orderxwas her husband and the others made thbtt 'where hundreds person annoWUe4JS&turday.: : .'Ltablfitle.'eats., packing' eompaafeseontalnntpbls; ,
+ that lt.was;WiU *all Issued to him various for mated about $400.000, and assetsallghtlyCver Or., Llndberg,, began;, his Ins tiggtioal"tof
,and he told another Issued suspending passes way ;to liberty. The ''Woman''' I. h'ldundeir had'placed with sums '
'' ''Nfcwbright of a ,ADJ>nJo. men (to :visit the city, arrest. Investment and ''.which were' lost,, + 300000.., \. the packing house products- .+ :
I before:thepresent.agitation;
M y ; L v /, I' ..... . .,
r 4 '. ,, .;
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why .Downfall of?New 'Ru.'an'Mlnl.try' Alleged. That They Have. Violated 'the ; New feature 'to the Report', ,confer;.. Provides $1,125- .Tells.Husband's Attorneys eome DWI. '- 'Strike fi retrlkee, I Beal. W1S. :-,

t t Has Bad Effect) Safety >ppriano Urw.' OOO:for Tercentennial.The .' ef Her, Past ,,L'fe.rA .,< . viQotj is

4 ,*A St. Petersburg dlspaich'saysi The \Attorney General Moody has)' direct, 'Quarantine Regulatlyi.A conf renoe' 'agreement on. the. New' York special :ssyei;,''" 'Mrs 't4poue Was .OMerat. 1J)

down;alf"of the (doremykli) ministry, ed that suit be brousht'.galnst a large e. Orle.n. dispatch' say*;-,rWa < senate amendment to the sundry civil narrr Thaw .has laid, .bare,all :the Mteipieadi.g ta iais .itb b1s

; ;wfcoBJ ftluulvlug': attvttptj 'to' brlAge number 'of railroad' companies to._ ;ships !from 'suspected'.yellow fever bW providing tOlP, government particlpatloa details ;ef her: past' Ufe i and conned toiforset:: the pletZ-MC'I"e wUkv'lacala

the chasm' between the governmentand' corer penalties for 'violation of the : poru "lLIeh'enter. the Mississippi'' river :In ,Jamestown. ..TerOeiiten.nlal ., t1 nwltbStanfordWbltato'Judge0Leott'sailotber :, leadere SMae:a'R......., ,

) CI. parUameat';have, reiulted only41 la .safety skppllanoe law'tliroogh ;fallnr' this -summer, -must the ,;which' was rtported: Wednesday : attorneys who are, to at AOa U.,,Tawsday.",dralaedlls.isf 11<\

4(f{"+i, .wldonlnjr'the 1n't.oI'' AOWo lwylrtuifi7r -tq, keep'tt {-:equlptDent;Lu :5 pro per-! :Mme,dd. quarantine! regulation as provides'tor.a'approprletioli' of'$1<, defend her,hu bai ;MrsLThaLJtoldof ..cssTbeUc. ..::add: In bar".'
I 'decisions .
:an 'acomplUned :tact., It. the state- .condition.. The largest number of vioUtlons I any' other' ''vasela.: according'to SMXHX.Tbe) : original amount of. $J75- ner;),associations 'with' White before .and M at the Orody boeptW

.n! meat: ;of, a grand duke",.to. !this. ] effect. any road !Is'flrtr- Ofhe'Loulatana',' state- board-jf* 000 for :a government, building.'was7redoced her; lII marriage-and; 'JaI''..1lepc,1IQJ'oJ boors tater'medlcal; aid b tsH

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. ' t: ,: TbV law; recently. .passed by Congress i S -w--- '! 4HNEI SALOOS rlandc(} Fla
j wUb-reUreooa V> denatured ,alcohol j. 1 ,
laair baa been the'subjeot a ... :. 1..011I. commeD'; '.ad argument and a ''mliappreheneloa .,, UM Ted Mid...*.4 ***..,".... A. I). IM. UM.fC>A..l tar iNS was.... ....ind UIi. fulrs.sgy . . . .. ""' vww.....::
ears Id.wq
exists In the minds of mooas w-o i '! . \ ,1':,..- .- r, tTo "
sit StMC:wT tO the! exact. meaning of the tern J ) ._. ffI r
and the effect' of the law.' In this ooonutAlon .: 1 I '
1'' aiiAog' that our rellroaa station. s, the following communicant I II IOWNER. ; '

",.Zhe .... 4a do not compare favorablj to be Attar: (a Georgia and the repythereto i ,1// DEacIr7xow or LAND. I.Jllhlilk J, ; My Friends and

,.., wdat.railroad stations' Iq the North are Interesting: .

t":...or::W.w, to point of nfeoe..l led< Editor)
:t : .....Ur or meet the present' What U "denatured alcohol.. aDd:. Mm Len ..t d .",1....... .. .. ... lie a* feio f_ 4 4 '
\\,5'--, 'traveling? public; he'' tied when will the law maktnir It tax free.I Ch..Ct.mpbU.. ."". wl.j of..."... .rrr ,.............. ..... lit, II6e We 40 M 100 the Public Generally
:t. 'te4.alisg i OIl..1:5t.: are often, dek. w. H. .._ .. .." .. _" ., wwt. :: ..;,. .. .............. :JIll .. 40 (at Www .
Uo ,into effect Yours truly, .. .,.. .,..... ''
< H 8.v.r. .. -.1"' sw.4..j.: ,n. tie Sla SO M SO .... . '-
.;*kejs buying aadseultug: on &acooijn' T, F. B. B. H. [.rW ....;. w>*}4 "' ........ .. "..... ..."..". MaWa We ISO tM 400 ; .
s r &MIl' area uatbrltloil stations: The name "alcohol" ts oomporei,, 8. 'I rruntblln..,. .. .. .wt 14 ot i" ,.." ........ ..... ......... ssH .0. 101 101 '( "
;, .'.... > i .. .. : ...... .. ... SI
..elt Uesoived.'That. . It,, MID se Arablo word. "al kohl "" W.K. Oadwto. : w ".. ft. l III s0 as' stvi' .us
l' > of two ; .,..., I' .
.a- '
.. ; --Let. r. ''' ''
J. t :" Club; meanlogutha devil," which goes WI,f u.1-\.J.. .'... tripe l6.II alt.' ......... 'II .. S0a' M 100.'500 I Iol. I hare Metcalfa Annex Saloon) In Orlando
(I)-To work.' For better bttlldingiVtor s Show bat the Arabs knew a thing or, W.1..Barber ... .. .... s)* .." ., n.4' ...... .. .. 17 SIs TBOa =90 100,1 00 purchased. .
T- < ro stations 'throughout .he( Oeaar Hen .t' .f4(and.>i d ,w n. of ..wHafeeXofee'iaiMlettof .. trIIt\\u -
'" two. I .f..><..... Bad pad Mtt J...,.. It .. Mta J10 '1000 IfIGe for
..aaaaiM.State. l all orders
; & '"Denatured" alcohol," as the furthei O.'W.Ta.on.' ..*....,.. .. ,.wk of swt4 and aw4' of..14' of awl'' ... 6a SOe' SO 140 t. :and I. will give prompt attention to\
1: : il|-To urge tbe'provision of sep< name somewhat vaguely Indicates, B. C. Partto.. .. ...U of aeU ItS .. Xg, ,40 lODUJJUStBa .
'terate waiting room. and wash mums alcohol which has been a,Co. RardII. .. ...... a4..i/..otNYand. .w4.1.s.! aDd In-
means put scan of _"ol..,.. IIO p_ It 2IIe '1Oe'4O 'IOel000 Whiskey Wine to me and
&' .Ue>e white and colored people.For through a process bywblch It Is lint, ... C. IMeoaV .h' .. .I"af aala swat of aaM .. ..... .. .!...... :!/8 'x'w IIOe >qa5/ tx ,, ,' or Beer/entrusted, ,
''I r (J) ,: cleanlY kept. and ,sanltarj dervd pollOouu.,'"Del bedce unfit fur K. 0. 4blr't..,. N"l.f.d.g, ) awXofaai<"laa.rof '
m.I''D"' ,' .. *1 aP.5. V+ tOO ' make their
'. all to place
In medicines: former
vita my
l : well use patent 0.0. H. Park.;'... ., w5WMI-aa"l4ia"a.reB..ji;..?; It We SQa l--H "M tflO0e : my patrons
C4) FOP lighted/ .lloloK'1"OOml The removal of the Internal .lax1 01 K.8. Ubbir....... .,,. '. ." ;.. r war rr.. .. ..;,.....?.-,. 16. c TS 860 600 ...
4 aJiii vlstforms,1 at all hours of the .. .. .... ...... ,. .. . 4
>rt the making of it reduces the .price of I. E. Barbaan w Hof.M Lot t ,u. ; 1I\e. 2IIe lOt 100S headquarters.when In Orlando. '

till I are scheduled aretvsassenger such denatured alcohol from *%::50 ''Ui .. .. .
.. .
;c .A.. to Adha .ananplaiat ta--' iipaa tha abora will b hBBrd brfor UM Scald ca
: 25 cents a gallon and is done in (hlaterest b .,ai 10 o'clock la theforanooa. .
:. ./!' < IiIor the beautifying of prouodiad of the arts aDd sciences, par. J-r.-r: : Lb. Heard, E.E. LEStBY h.rllL8aAI.1 : -- ., 1. -- "f"r -- ...
I;!. ...-. stations nod railroad station t.loul..rllILb. a'view'to furnishing . By W. .. JOHkaTON. D. C.JOHN ,
J.!' .Ualo-s la the State of Florida. '
:;, cheaper light, fuel and transportation. .
1 Beit resolved, That we oommucloakgy.CAb The advocates of the measure have '. -u J LOWEST. .PRICES ' i,

: the.railroad, town marvelous things' for .
predicted many .
1 .m.aonllsof every Incorporated- town tbe future and.-r the 'new regime lli B. STETSON UNIVERSITY .BY THE GALLON -' .
$' .... .lty' of Florida and all Improve contended that Its use as a substitute .

:"M1l q>.eot Association and Women's Chubsy for gasolene will reduce the cost) fOllll',COLLBUBS AND FIVE TECHNICAL SCHOOLS.. '! 5' 1RYE .
.lOGa'bouc. the 8tat, enlisting tbeli automobiles to Fi.ORIDA ; from "
of a
running very
D LAND : $2.QO up
.. .' ,
'....) operation for the betterment of the large extent; that it. "111) supplant "
I mt. condition of most of our rail AFFILIATED -VITHTMB UNIVERSITY CHICAGO. .
.- Verosone for lighting ; that '
purposes /
.. _. ...t.loDI'lo'Florl4&. I" : C CORN; : from $2.00 up '
1 Ii will revolutionise the! making. of COLLBCROpUS9RSt.A s.-rh..t.nA.rdtuo thou.of WUdnr.ity cat 0.1-.... Stat. .
". Belt resolved, thai a copy of these smokeless powder, etc. _'.>tudaU....._thBir OBBTBBB from both SMtBoa,Bad Cb......' BM Ute Chicago and. StoUoa '.' .' tr

'; r., ..ase..lrtlone be sent to the officers'' This Is but a casual list of the many' ta""loa B I. : shy : : . 14 qiN from $2.00'up: 'i
6ea..arr.e.. of all the railroad coms things which it I. expected will be ao- COLtBflB.OF LAW-O..d..t., of CoU.r*an Bdmlttad v to'in melds wiu.outOULLnO '

'i.r." c.M. and 'their Division Superlnu oompllsbed by. the general Use of de-. : : OP' TBCMNOtOOT AND liCIIOL( OP MECHANIC 'A.IITk-! M.:h.nlo.J. arit. I '.. I:;::::... t
,. ,1wAe operating within the 'State oTI < o..t ure'\t alcohol."' A'' reduction from EU.tri al Eagimortna- Manual loading to d sr.. fianar\'' bulMIniCoiUy "OTHER 'GOODS '"

,>* .rlda and asking them tooooperatawlthfni '::.50 w 23.cents a gallon1' II' quite a "qutpCm.nOLLB08' OP BUSIXB' S.-n...Hnr la all Ito bni..;..... BookkB. in* br ban nothad/ It
and town councils, Improvey'irsjsmit slump and it is easy to be seen that, It Shorthand and Trpawritinsvi BUotlvB: _.....oam In other dcpartmBnta La... Faculty and. oommudiou. \ ' '

't, Associations tbemrailroadaetfor will readily come into very generaluse .bulldlnr. <.- .. .. .YaI' .IN, PBOPORTION
'ffca improvement of PREPARATORY AC D8I11Y- prpard 8.rvs d. ".PrI o.- '*' *
It .
'' for the purposes. to which is Mlohlnn, ChioaroandBllnrat "'" CoI"' _' .r" T T' -'
:; ,<'u6 att throughout the State adapted. '" &R MAL AND>> MOpBL 8CHilILt -'. Kind irirartm In lt! own tralMln*. I' Pdm.rr.aad. ..... - -
,.1 ti Where said companies do not feel The new law !gees into effect' with the GrainJhav School In _. bulldl".. Thaaa School*MpBeially propara Pnbll School Waohora.

,", ,."......Ialll.ble( to expend monies oo.XsHproaads beginning of the new year.-.-Pea....cola MUIC oonrao.SCHOOL.-A of atndy. (10.SOO- ptpa-........ ,a doaOa P__.aaparaM. "buildUc. larca faoaltr'Thoroorh ,With many'than! s"for past favors atid

!: thai they are hereby re Journal.; :. A.t_BCHOOU-N.W Studio..' ,

.' < r jriested to give permission i to any ,. Stetaon baa a f acultr of 41 prof won and. Instructor. Thay hold danoBB from .. UnlMnrfty ofZhteacn. '
C.ewseooflCtt, ,, Improvement ,Asoola> A OuaraMteed Cure for Plleattchlng Harvard. Y...., Dartmouth GolunMa. Toronto. Wake PorMt, Loui. lll., Bowdoin. Utrocht. lit soliciting continuance, of your pat- h
', .si or Woman'. Club' My use tbs railOswS blind bleeding, protrudingPiles. BuckiMll. Unlvcraltrof Michigan. and othar Unlvoraitlaa.Tharoara oval t_.IaN's buIld. .
fw *'-,. Druggists- inn and aqulpfiMaC_rAy a quarter million dollar andowmant:as andowvi llbrarr of arar IS.000.vo( )- I
property tn beuuilfjtnir ground* > 7',oil .... .. nonage am ,
If PAZO OINTMENT falln u :a baautif ul Bhapal with ooatiy fnrntehinrai Inelsdi.e.Wndgl..swldowo. palntinir .aim.ucki ,_ L _ ,
.: t<:, isms. .! atlons refund money pinp orrmn: a ) apparauu: an oneloaod AthUUa rMd. rnnninv
-.& Interfereaw1 the transaction\ of to cure In 6 to 14 days. 60o. track: ,tannli eourta. ha..:.;r..I.-? grIdiron I biatda.awtramlac. tM. rowiav and othar apOrtasMparata ;
> buiMliur for and tan larva laboratorlaa for Chomlatrr. Phraloa. suet rrbev. Tours
man woman truly
.' ,trey business pertaining to operating, Mlnaralaar aad utolocri aavaral largo muaauma and .hop.;alaotria llchta . belU.ataam haat.aamant y :,
''f .., ..al4road.r. 'TES- ....... ahall ;;:J.. broad ..._..... ..........".camp.... .......bbvr and traaa; aoelaL Ittaranr. ..... I
_> We also ask hat. officers Of railroad LOW sb.l and_.&uoI.ta'elu&; .tar lactura oounaa:Chrlalian and axm aaatarlan taachlac.. T... laoatioa -
""r coo f'- la baautif and. b..Itbfu6 and tha axpanaaa ara f.w,

) .'.:.:I.::'eIea panles, property in charge give agents of said., ,station oompa- ViA.e ror eatatoo.,foldara.and lutorroatipn. addraaa.tha>>:r- .Dt. R. T.SBUi-LERS.,

I'o! Division Superintendents instruc RY. LINCOLN HULLEY A. M. Ph. D.
't 'n 'tfo work and help In every way W
-'.thctter.ths conditions now existing to 4 1! DELANO. FLA.

.,. 'jmost of the railroad stations of FlorrdUtav. $16.25 \. JUG TRADE. 'A SPECIALlY.-
i 1'\1 ''This will not only add.. to thr ,
:. --.ton of he raveling public, .but to on sale June 23, 24, 30,' July 7, 14; I

". n'lode seine| of the owned bymaldrailway 16 li"' ited' Bfieoo day*. Extension. '
property .
V Avatar rfVatfc A rffc.rflrJrV Ji.J .A.a..A.-...
; companies. Sept.. 30,,1906.' .5. NORTH > 1 JAue.:1 'fY
f' ; i.Be It. further resolved'' That these $16.35. { PHONE ;
MBwoolutlons and tics actions of. thU ,
Club la regard to the foregoing ....0- Mooteairle, .Tenn., and return, i
E UoAt and .sent to the Tickets on sale June 29. So,'.Jut,. 3,' ft, LIQUORS t 1ALL
heprlnted ,
; copy
i ;
Oct. ND'i
limited Aug. 31, 1906. Extension
I ; -treats or company's persons in ompial charge headquan of'everyVtraUroad 31, 1906. c w :GRIFFIN ; i ,

t---. operating In the state of Florida, $32.10: :

' ., resMenta of she town councils Of all Tickets .f
1d h r.ukee..WI.. and return. '
-.. and cities" of the State, all Imivemenc .
11 12 limited
sale 10
Aug. .

i,Oabl... and to Associations every weekly,, and Women's dally Aug. 22, 1900. $16.25, ' rNasbvllie ,|II Fancy. Family" Groceries -:- esh 'Me ats. j THE v : LEADING' BRANDS OFWHIS'KIE'S

I .....s pi per and Journal In the SLate, ) i #

with a request to publish and by coe- .Tenn., and return. :
erted action nqlte in this great work Ticket on sale July o.<6. 7, limited. IS ,

'. .'.( ..,6erallD""rel'" and benefit. to our days.,'Sept.!; 30, 1906.
making our_ rallroad ''station : at Any H -Patronaga Solicited .
rcaodmra ,$44.05 .11 ... PllV.ri-Every Day ,
ap-to-date. and not only com- 5' .
Mlob. Tickets .\
Detroit, and return. .
A, -age favorably "with, those of 'lF--- -----7Y'-- 'IF'lF.w. F'IP' ig'ii 3't
:......:' States.< but 'that. hey may on said dally; limited Oct 31., 1830.v : :.. ,I

......4 In be near future unsurpassed $54:10: "; ..- ;
Respectfully submitted by, 'Saratoga, SprlDgs. N', '''Y., cod return. d
7lKaMAN'a. ,CJ.UBJor JACKSONVILLE, .''"Tickets sold dally limited Oct. : *;
J Importedand Domestic Wines Ports
'.' --== : : \' ''. Y "I.' 1"",.",.,....CL.. ..' .I 1 ..,'. t ,',j ": >,;;j, 1l!.I'. : | ; ,'Sherries"

.-...,- ... -< ; ' "Y"J;.>;..' ,ii.!' $68..9es ';w..t.'t'l IiI
:, .f. M. ,w.'S. JBWNINOS,. 't ." .. .--I ,. J. :'hine; {' -
J' ,- ;V,' ,.'..', chairman 'v* ;.> I.ake'' George* } N 4;YM'''and S return'! g Warf lag |ygafaig i- -r- fliVii"/ "

.I, j" .>., MMA..O; ;: CUMMKB: ;: ''.-.' Tickets sold. ?d.U'r.;' limited ,Oct..'131. !Imporlea? and:f Domestic" BrandiesTf Oins laanam-,,.Rum
*' ,
i 1\
-* t Mas.. OBX; C. .WARNER.. 1908., f v fjsssrr"$22.90 :
1 t.'i MRS. E.a.; MoTE '' -
..,> MRS. J. O. BESS ANT, '

: Mss K. O.; WAMBoIJr.I W..b1PJrtOoJ.Do' C., and.return.8.. 'i R. R. 'WH I TEN & CO 1 i j
.. Sold July 2T, .30, 31; .limited Aug. ; _
a l ' Extension-. Be ... 8.. '.: ''VFlioae 'J I,
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*r"jEa. I. out'of*order 1Xorir: 'You Liter go to bed t tn aad .Su,,Paal 'or$55.60 Minneapolis, Minn., .::1:6fS.: .qrle.ndC?.' FJa.:: ''., ', -' THE, FAMOUS, f

S,S fc.mor and get up with a bad taste and return.' -Sold AUK. 10, 11,12; limited "
Miller's .
bt mouth' you want ,Free Phone From Stables. ':' 1 "
your Aug :31;; extensloa S"p..iSU, 19uO. .
T-eJo stimulate.\ your liver. Just try Her-: $48.95 : '.., . :,Cream of Kentucky "'Jj

.. *.,:bla; the liver regulator. A positive Notice of Application For Tax I ,'. 'r':7 .
,-; for Constipation, Dyspepsia''' and Niagara Falls F. 'Y., sod return. 'AN .ORDINANCE. ;; ,' '. 'a -: '. ,' .Carstairs" Rye .
of :
Under Section .J
,, : liver F .Ft. Tickets !sold Achy limited Oct., 31, Deecjl 8 :
sell complaints ;,
t! :: -, ....
rf" : ' A.Ordl.aea to Prohibit tha Sale at IntoxleatlncUqvion i' : :.. 'Echo'pring Rye .
.,Tes&l, writes; a 1908., Chapter 4888.'Lawa of I
""'r In the Town t Klaalmmoa city by Sow ,
t o ; .
: '- $55.20 .
13avsu..d.Hn'bia.lii familyyeara.i
"" my lloltina;Ordara to.SaU or DaUvar Santa la 8MbTOWB Florida. Lebanon' Club Bourbon )1
t.cor, '' about Words It. Fverybody can't express!In what Toronto,'Canada and return.. ,Tick:. w........ UM Cocntt.1 O.r.oodid 0.0).1.0- Kotloa; .Is' .nbJIUD' 'tbt' David. :KBMpnrabaaer ,w Wilkes I
my 41&.1. soW dally, limited Oct. 31,' 1U06, day of February A. D. 1WC. ota avatnat tha aalaa of Tax CerttfleaU No. V44.. dated -County Corn
.: : ;,. sousehbld'are ba/py| and well and 1 ," *' card Coanty of lMotksung apMtuoaa, loot tha 'Sd day of July, A, D. 190O. baa i fODWEISEB's :
" ... owe it to Herb e.' Sold by Robei* $44.76 or malt liquor or wines. andar tha provlalona asChaptar Bled aid certificate In my ...m". sod haa made ,91d..lfarvcskCorn;: .
Title Dtvode... Bartead Statutaserf application. for tax deed 10 acoordanoe '
''i'' i's Pharmacy'Worth. .. Atlantic Cu : return. tha Slata 8. af Florida.11. ' 1 with law.. .a- .D"D.' I ." ,, .
Tickets sold, daily/.limited; Oct.,,,31, AnD WaamBAS under the p..a.l ell of Chap_ Said eertlflcata embrace*' lb.
1906. 4831. Law ol Florida.mar Town ineorporatad an- serlbdproperty chard In Oso f0I10wtD.d"l ..' '
Tai of fish;Washed Up '! dar tha BaBaral law of aaid Btata la authorised topravant Florida. lo-wlti ,j; MALTII'
.: ---$5.2,75 ." or auppraaa Ulaaral. aalaaof aneh Intoxtaanta : Two '((3)) acre In a aquare In nw on,. of 1M ofnwXofaw CHASE'S BARLEY ,

t":r' The Mobile correspondent to., the Neirport, U.*I.; and return: 'Tick. of within sub intoxicants Ita llmlta In haa any baan County wholly wbaratn forbkWUnpurauant thaaala The Mid ".land See being SSTpMaRJW..._ed.E."the dale of'I THE: KING OF.BOTTLEOEER ;

'.:"ISlahtog Gazette de.orlbeebefollowlolf eta sold dally, limited, Oct. .31. .,, 1900.. : to aa alaetion duly hold for that purpoaa the IHUBDOB of such oarMfloate la this name. ofDoknown ii .,.Distilled, especially for **' '
Km curious condition Mobile Bay under thaeonatltutiofi and laws of aald Stata, ( .
f $37.00, and to punlah such Illegal I aaM, UnUat said eertlfloatm Khali be redeemad ao ./ji; .
..'*'. There was a big rush of. salt water Washington 'and 'ret.urn. NOW THEREFORE BE IT RDAINED BY oordlngtn law tax deed ..1111..D. thereon on : 'B medicinal user*
I' >r>:<. (ba .bay the flat part of the weekvbloh D. THE COUNCIL OF THE TOWN Or. K1S8IMUEECITYi tII. BO\b day of JnlTi A> D. ]9ua '. ) .
Ticket on sale dally limited Oct. 31, '. and real this ,. . '
saused he beach on the-eastern ; r witacH my official alrnalure .:
--i- -" .:....... S .
1908.. SBCTION '.-'That It shall ba unlawful" for aayparaoB. (.KALI Ue 28d.. day:of ,- '
of' Mobile around Point D.1506
,; arbors Bay a. the otnarparaoa '
(f' i d .arf Ala., to become literally oovanr $42.63 forsarpaatdon.. to _licit ad.n for doe Clerk: Circuit Court. CANADA 'tl
-S "t''f,- ed with flounders and shrimp of the DenserCol.; : and re tirD. TicketS aala, and f.utura dollrary of ..-. aplrituoua. or . Oaoeoln County, Florida.. MALT
malt Uquara, la'lhe Town of Klaalmmaa Ulty 'BW..SA.RWEL P. o -
.., _41a st'klnd.. .A' 1 sold July, to 14; limited Aug. 23, Sac. a. That any patron or paramia who ihallvtolatathaprortatomof = '
S, $.1;. '. The captain of the bay -sleainert 1900. > .. tha Ant aaetloa of tMa3rdinanea f6UPER' and other brands ofWhiskey
shall conviction ba punished\ by i DOZEN
l Baldwyn: brought over 700 pounds of $46.0S : Imprlaonmant la upon the Town jaB not DO TOV too numerous ;'
flounders which he and bond
bki1lwe, two boys ,
atxty clap,or by flna not purling ana
,f .Cfcrew ''en the ;beach, JUlio before ..bisrtsrtaaroer 'Chicago, 111., and ''return. Tickets I ...... . 4 to mention. '
) on ale dally: United Oct. 31, 1906. 8. IAU 0Id'.n.', tharaof. h. \ ,
left Point and sold a '. .
\.. ", Clear ..... ''I' ,dti *l l
...tlict bw....Ih. ...,and the aama ara, .ba' ra- . ,
.\ov "Cham to John B..rblobooe. of. .the loos IJLeb I $53.60 }
.dealers.' :: Raad flat and aaaond;; tIee and paaaadlaapaaaaiaion tS' '
Ninneapolis,4Mimi.. and a '' ,
u return. :! I 'J \ :
.//y' The1 Captain said If its bad had a thto. rd day of July.' AD. Itoa.Attaatt ,*rt I' .. ,
Tickets on sale Aug.'10,11, 12r; Umitred W. IL VAN DUZOR. '
I 1'.'>aeioe or proper gear he; could have 30 GILBERT. JR. Praaldant of CatnCIL'CrrkcfTownofKWmmnCity. I( : Bottledin '
1<.;t' Aug. 31, Extension Sept; 19"6.. 'J. R. .. s }Whiskey BondBass's
tdJlMd.ecl his big passenger and freightweaiaer. .. : ,.y. _
,)' He said he beach for1 miles ,; .$22.90v'Washintrton ..Approyad '
: thick with, flounders and 'shrimp .saaic .. w. ,. Health? .. i .
*wa D. C., and, 'return. 'Mayor af tha Tow*of Klaalmmaa City.: ,
's 1,< avhltit were fleeing out of tbeover-rush Sold June 29,'July 2, 3;;limited, July Ater Guianess's Stout

which made them- strike .. . ,. ,
'r'.tc.r..l.&w..r, ,11. Extension Aug. 11. ,.. -. *..., ',* "'.
,,eamad were stumed.t( K ha'poensthesameSnuem P..ol'8l' add ticket office- '108 ;Nbn-Resident. Notice.. If. >.q ..... aka '' \ '41' ",

f" ...fame, to*.be.ert:opposite year, but direction as> usual of where hey I, West. Bay.. ., $i. .Jacksonville'S J. CU MJ8K Fla, ' lit CiabviT Cbumr." a-vrwr ''JUDICIAL C cun'- Dijgard'I.J; c TabletsIMMIIIr ;* LOWESTPRICES. BY., THE'. GALLON: ,,
8TAT.Of riQMDA. -ease slaavermeo are flsblnir and h'l. very I District Passenger AReow ,COUMTT/.of/ rwtdli. nn M21Mt. ., ,,... '' $:::a.oo '
$1.c; y. RYE oxn ,
: up'I
-! Nsaldoaa. that the fishermen strlksjtbem.fV. .- ", O.utlpatlaKMa, :r N4 BlaM.r .. '
'I eor-tk.n' _.... ... .. ,. .. !
v last Company a or* 1' tTa VIlilt all al 4r 4 .
t Besides-hey-seldom over all 1 ti. _...,. ..... OOAN from ::
....!sed ands Ute lawa of State of MiehWaa e m- .l"r awallcal 12.OO: ixp.OI3JT j,
/l t,4 m .).aes) up with the brackish and the -flshIWveo ..., xw phr a r..r.:M_....r.a.n ry.._.. ': ; "
up again and spread out into deep In rtCoet the'Vnltd Btataa.;, ;Fw': H.n.ay heb/or .a,.. BanaaH'a .._'t..rta.should I aa ....41.tN..etW :oozna.o'oup I !::: ; '
t., 4.> *ol--. Sanraal unknown anyclaimlna p- allb %... T..let.. S.a4 tar mmtmaaKMUra. .<

. .Q.wirattrt.. :",. ' .. < .'" I- '. '. In tae mattar af -' i la Baakrepter.rWartaajjOrjaoed.CeJ } -. : .Tea-.; .-. hla or tad.. w-tUov.'.......or aayparaon .AMiMa...."will--....>>aaar....a_anaaM araomo.all.tbaat._oaeAt1..1.atM I aaf,"aaa.r o..,,..'' 'AND Am-.JDTHER. ,,LIQUORS. PROPORTION. $

J>i'i. I dalmlna-br.throoch or nadar him.Take ..
i bratlaaIi Lincoln that..__ 8i11 of Complaint booal.d bee '
4 To'tka &-t_ No ae. .
Good. .
a WarlnaDry Oo. of
:.1. I amtnat In to remove .

i wbo'a&atu..U' odds, 'att. KjaaUamae aforaaaid,.to...thaCooBtyo......p l . Til..--.and iWtrla, aload from mm u.c.-r.=Maaat o ;j-.:... .'.bN14deo.$ .All The World; .. : ", . "'" ':\'. ....... ll'I
highest honor a'maurl could .
Nattaa taWabr 11I that ti.l/t1i day ft '
i 15'18&0 I "United States. Ballard' *..... A.D-106. the aa3 Warlac Drat Good. 0=;. the sold Bill aa Monday the to IrTjay appear of and proto knows that Ballard's Snow XJolment ,
....duly adjodlcatad. > bankrupt,and that the Brat has superior for Rheumatism H. WMETTCALF Co.
I 04, a/rup.: has Attained"varequalled a A- D. IMS or tha aune wtU be taken aa eeaIfeaaed qo' / : '
miatlna;af thatareradltara will We bald at CavrtJabA. :
'w I Joints Cuts sprains Lumbago :
f acalnat Stiff ,
Lo.. by any other, Bw..,.Jt___ Florida. the Mtlt dq et It la further yon.......... ibatiUanatieabepubllaliedanee Jr "
_jd It Is a aoVs) cure for .D. I'". at t dockp ....M whteh. tbawtba S : : and all pains.- Bur It'try K and you
o .
weak for twelve aonaaiiaUire woke ?
.... ... . ., anee In ORANQE AVE.. j' lORLANDO FL"A rf. j
IdnU :;
-.oo.aiI.,' OslMs,Bronchitis, 'InflnentassMpi .u- aaar. atteadVprava ewr.t. the VaUoir Que&t> .. ' will always us* Ballard Snow ,
I .
anpoiat a W-, IDe $>a baakrapt and .. indge ,
.i" all PwtjBODary .d....*sM, ..'. Every'aaaa.Mhar bvataeea 1 WKnaaathaHonoroW. Minor' 8 meet is allying proof.of what It does. : ,
as map Dwbo
:: ._ isMosher.boD- .keeP Su. with this. .. ...... J''ttf aaJdOlrariiaBdthaSaal. thud at Ute: .Court_ All we> ask of yon. Is to ce';I'a.trail\ '' .'
,, ::7&Mt. 1.t. n '*' +J Hoaso at Orhodo. rjorlda. M-.tha th ay 'TRADE &
"e.4 . .. [bottle :. Price, and 11.00,;Sold JUG' SPECIALTYRf'LUTlOPiS '
1;, 1 GOu.b'. ...'. '}-I'9r.le.. .. '/ '... ,WM.HUNT88.' r f-',DP'..', I'BII'W,8. A=kQ : ,I by Rdberson'ji! Pharmacy.l ;' \, .. ... ; ..;
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