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Aew front tGaa iaU
eternity' hare berao
te tke world tke
.'fee erpeater's Sea ef Nasereth, whe came
s yireaeh the Uotptl U tke por. .rftaee
n' earth." the Chrbrma bell
' the meeeax that wa JSrej U th wiada
ft aif bt by toe angel vetcee ea lh alatae w
Cetkleheea, and fresa tke svitennoet ead ef
.'aheMTth Ma eoae t bow dewa aad efec
;& jift frartkcae sad seyrrk, tke
isecase of rmiolal aad leriat faith, at tke
t&et ef lx$ infant Jeeue whe we "Vera Kin
Mtff the Jewj," but whe reiffn Lord of the
f S .Hru, eroclaiminf now, a In tbe hour whea
J &U Uolc upon liimeelf the likesete ef mas,
K that endureth from
Men to feneration, ana vu. piuti u ar
Miaince and failure ef m'ea with a
What bring ye, whe come te-day to lock
the holy mystery of the
a an offering acceptable to the Saviour of
men; what treature that ahall not perish;
what incenae that shall be ef goodly savor?
Jlo longer do men don armor of proof, and
Vuckling on their sword bid farewill to
Jlome and friend, iceking far-away land
r&at tkey aaay ly the heathen who believe
.act in Iiim and rescue from impiou hand
kthe eepulcher ia wtuVU Hie mortal part lay
1 - 1, .a few brief hour, unrut sat revealed mm-11
JX, H .self a the Saviour of those who knew 111m
1 T 'I aot, the lover of pece and the hter 0:
.nail's C tSWi The canJsm aad tie kingdP",
' ,.' 'K m sUlla ot dee Ik
lavealessei tVisa r3MltInsr
llyand ,h mMtituda. the lanrel wither upon
and nine brow tha conauerer. th celd rust in
fnrihe coffer ef tke raiser. What are honor,
EB"i Jr.no ws. nehee, a a secrinoe U tke Kin,
. , VA U Uv Hil tatUl!. left th
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yjiifiKiwi ve mm ef"
t'aatoc ef Mv Wri4 e rauaaej
Hol vio who -seek the Chrut that ye f
V"V)W cows, aad Worship Him, remember:
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LieuteiiahtXl 4 iVimbleT sae oostrite hsert"
) if CkrUXba tnil horn nta Tonr aonfa.
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Wlk. .tiff' out thu Christaas day The
'adoration which tretken year seal anew
lar the conflict ef h'fe should be like a
jsorious flower, aheddjng it perfuse ea th
Vind that Sweep around the world, s
iafluence end a beaaty which even the
most carelees eye cen see. Gather ap some
j wandering ry from the star shining over
(ahe manger, aad bear it iate the dark places
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the earth, that it may light ome aoul la
nudaigbi U deepalr, ana lead it to the
tsource of immortal radiance. Catch soeae
irranderinr tone of the aagelie song, sad
the strain above the pillow where Pain
iards off the tender head of Sisep, where
rlegret sounds the dirge ever wasted hours,
"where Sorrow mean ia some ha an ltd
'euamber in which tbe ghost of lost day
aik wailing for the sweet sia that Isft such
Weep and stinging wounds. Ho who bore
griefs of men yearns over tbe wandering
ep, and you who have seen His face, wbo
read the tender message of His lore,
bare trodden with Him the road from
hem to Cam it. remember on this
tmas day that again He is born unto
and unto tbe world. Von are th mea
ger whe are to bear abroad the Deace
d good-will that the Uearealv eholr
.proclaimed on that first Christmas night,
;yoa are te interpret the meaning of God be-.some
Man, you are to vindicate the martyr-dem
thst bought the highest good with
yirtue, for "unto you is born this
rasy a Henour, vrtdcta u Canst ths Lord."
LOU V CHAPIN.
He admits with a smile that Is mocking,
That Christmas no longer console;
-lie hasn't a single stocking
That Isn't full of boles
IHSm AN AWFUL, DntTII.
He I understand Miss Ooodgiri, tha
"Sunday-school teacher, ia dead. Whst was
-the trouble f
Ohe Suicide. She ate some ot the eanqy
itiat was hunir on the Chriatma tree -Si.
A Clear Field.
Biie suns' a Christmas caret
A lovely thing It said:
"Meat me under the mistletoe
When papa's safe la bed."
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the ate of tab srWekf"
PRICES, 10-28.-30 CENTS,
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ACCIDENTALLY SHOT. '
Mhissi Peatlvltle. a.bo !
John Haechtel Com to
A Sadden Gad,
IfOBisrillet Xy., Dec. 25. A fatal
put ft sudden end to the Christ
mna festivities 'ht the home of John.
Uuechcl, ob Sixteenth street near
Grayson, Sunday evening. Jacob F.
Hun tow, Buechel's brother-in-law, with.
Which marked (he the former's wife and four children.
Uwa ef boD for luoTis. whea
mib saw the ultimate viclory'pver death and
A inumph of the immortal erer the mortal.
Through the darkness the watcher under-Math
the midnight tide sew the riainf of
rloriou atar, and lu light la atill hinln
i '90a the world to bo a beacon amid the
Sorts, lo lead generation yet Unborn te the
fiaamble mincer sanctified by Infinite lore
ana rompaaiion, and made holy by the birth
f a hope that ahould lift the lowlieet roan te
ke diriae height whtre he. could leek
open (he face of bis God,
k "Tca on earth, tt Baen,a sea?
ta seerealy hotta, and the war-vexed world
deriBei to the esteem, for ia it waa heard.
the taaaktfirinr ef the ilare, who chains
were U be suae light by the lore ef the
ist, whee stripe were U be seothed by
hand that Unched the leper ud
SKjUeaied him of hi fonlaeee, whose-sham
la'wae saade glorleue by 'a bretherhooa with
were among' the merrymakers,
tow played the part of Santa Clnus,
nrd in, his outfit carried a rTolrer.
While- the frolic was at it height this
tvenpon was accidentally
the bullet striking and instantly killing
Mrs. ITuntow. When he realized
what had happened Huutow threat"
cned to take his life, and became so
violent that pollc houph; best to
lock hire up.
Sevrrnl Keatucklnos Made Umppt
T tke United States Pett-
Waehington, "Dec 2J. The
Ing peitsions hare been granted to
Kentucky p'eople: Original James1
Lantaff, Silent Iiun, $6; Ennis He
Guffin, LouisTille, 6; Hiram U. Lin-rill,
Renewal John Walls, Kirkland,
Renewal and Iteiesue Francis Ir-via
Edgerton, Newport, t.
Increase Thomns Eeynolda,
$8 to $12; Shelton Baker,
Valley "View, $8 to 512.
Original Widows, Etc. Rebecca T.
Horrie, Smithland, $8.
Original Widows, Special, Accrued
December 13 Harriet M. Studyrllle,
hot Through the Month.
Lexington, Ky., Dec. J5. Deputy
County Clerk John J. IfcKenna was
eliot through' the mouth by Wesley
Carter, jr., a colored carriage drirer
in the employ of Solomon Van Meter.
Carter and his cousin, Annie Covington,
were walking In crowded Main
street. In attempting to pass in front
of the Florentine hotel McKenna was
Jostled against the woman. Carter
cursed him and McKenna struck him
with an umbrella. Carter drew a revolver
and fired. The ball entered
HcCenna's cheek and was stopped by
Ids jaw bone. He spat the bullet out.
Officer O'Neill placed the oolored maa
A Kfiitg at rrnakfort,
Sjy Dec. Il'.'Willlo
ehr, a quiet young drug" clerk, shot
ahd killed Sam Sahdr, Jr., a well
known yodrig taEtj In Holmes' drugr
store Sunday kight. fianderf drw
pistol and attempted io shoot Kthr,
bat the latter clinched, polled the pistol
out of Sanders' hand afid shot
r.'a twice, while still struggling, kilU
big him almost Instantly. Sanders' ji
highly eonnected, his father being a
retired steamboat owner. Kehr is a
German who lived here tea years.
Nicholaaville, Ky., Deo. S5. The
white and, Negro Baptists have been
holding revivals here, and Rer. Clark,
colored, of Covington, baptised 40
converts Sunday at Ross Lake, at tha
junction of the Queen & Crescent and
Richmond, Nicholasville, Irvine &
Beattyville railways, In the presence
of au immense crowd. The meeting
by the wHite people closed without
(Jen. Dake Will ale There,
Louisville, Ky Dec 35, Gen. Basil
W. Duke will be the legislative
of the L. & N. railroad at
Frankfort this winter. Thlsstato
n'Ont was made Officially to Contradict
a report that Gen,
not represent the road because of hist
alleged unpopularity with the democracy
of the state but would be superceded
by Wilbor F. Browder.
fll fpIU an tit A AV..J
LoulHville, Ky., Dec. 25. Geoge
vis iff dead at his home on Story avenue
fi'om the effects' of a pistol shot
wound' receiv6d 15 years ago at the
hand of' an express' rbbber a few mllea
north of' Harrodsbu'rg, Ind',- Chelsey
Chambers, tlie robber, wail afterwards
sent to the p'enitentiary.
Wonnd'erf' b'y a"ltobber.
Louisville, Kyi, Dec 25. Charleji
Schtniltz, a printer; was struck on tha
head and seriously wounded by an un-
nuurru rouuer cany Sunday morning.
The blow rendered Mr. Schmiltz
unoonscious, and the footpad robbed
him or a gold watch and $10, It la
feared his skull is fractured.
Flouring; Mill llurne.l".
"owling Greeu, Ky Dec. 25 Tho
louring mill, E. 0. Grissom,
propriotc v as totally destroyed by
urc, lugctner wuii an the stock on'
hand. The Are is said to have originated
in the dust room by spontaneous
combustion. The loss is $20,000,
with an insurance of $13,000.
Owensboro, Ky Dec. 25. Davo
Kelly was shot and wounded here by
James Bivens, who married Kelly's
stepdaughter. The shooting was tho
result of ill feeling over the winding
up of the estate of Mrs. Kelly's first
Fatal Hide and Seek.
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Jnett died of lpckjaw. While playW
Mde and seek ho crawled under a bed!
and accidentally touched the trigger
of a gun. The load took effect in his
Ut. 3tar.iag AdTOciU, Twday. December . ji6, j&.
' aja.tkieya atUr
OwastUa, Xy., Do. U.X dauUs)
wedding af aaasaal interest ieurred
aear Dallasburg, tke Wi4es belay
Miwten MUiie aad Nellie MeNeaL
flawgnters f Jaha' WcNeaL one ef
Owea'a foreaaost eitlzeEs, and th
greomas U h. Yallaadlaghajsi aasl C
f. VaUaadlngbasa, rcspectlrely.
Bis eeB1 Arrtnt.
Greensburg, Ky., Dec. 22. Joe Graham,
charged with breaking into tha
house of John Milby aad stealing
5$X8, was again arrested Wednesday
evening, charged with brealdng into
the smokehouse of Buddie Noe and
stealing meat. He is now in jail.
Blackbara Open Ueadqnnrter.
Frankfort, Ky Dec. 22. Former
Senator Blackburn has engaged quarters
at the Fleming hotel. Col. Eph
Lillard will be in charge. P. Wat
nardln's arrival Thursday caused a
further flutter. Hardin will Dot talk;
Hantlos; for a Precedent.
Frankfort, Ky., Dec. 22. Lawyers In
the contest canes are having a hard
time looking for precedents
legislature. The Goebel-Taylor cas. is
the first contest had ia the history
of Kentucky as a state.
Elks' A4 Frankfort.
Frankfort, Ky., Deo. 22. Twa hun
dred Elks from Louisville, Lexington
and Georgetown were here Thursday
night to participate in the installation
of a local lodge. Former Got.
Bradley was Initiated.
Instantly Killed hy a Train.
Ashland, Ky., Dec 22. James CI arte,
while crossing the C. A 0. double
track at the corner of Nineteenth
street, was struck by a passenger
train and instantly killed.
Owen's Official Vote.
Owenton, Ky., Dec. 22. Complete
official returns from Owen county in
the recent congressional election gava
Gayla 2,686 and Owen 744.
Taylorsville, Ky., Dec. 22. The marriage
of Miss Addle Snyder and Mr.
Charles P. Brown, which took placa
August 11, has just been announced.
KqiC Ttr Train. '
Ashland Ky., Dec 22. Jas. Clark,
aged 28, was struck Thursday
by a C. fc O. train and killed instantly.
Bardstown, Ky., Dec 21. John
Bean, 79, was found dead Wednesday.
He died while eating, three days ago.
Over 85 per cent, of the housewives
of this country do without servants.
;oc. and li.oo, ll dnijjgi'ti.
SCOTT & BOWKI.. Chtn!u, htv. v0ii
One and via tho Queon &
Crescent Route Docembor 22iul to
2rith, and Docembor SOth to January
lul. Tickotfl aro pood to' roturu
4th. To points "north of Ohio
llivor return limit Is January 2ud.
W, 0. RinoafBOu, Gen'i !P88ongor
Agent, Cincinnati, Ohio.
Do Witt's Littlo Early Risors purify
rhn lilrAt hIaIh A I. f - . i i
, mo uiuuu, uiubu urn liver, itiviaoraio
) the system. Fummu lloin nlli tn
VIHmM Bv Wl f 1 ' 1
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mont Hotel. Wf77
td livor troub
F. C. Dutn
wky and think- theytpw
aT J Ht
If id there mttst fee some I
trouble with Its; food. Well f
babies are plump? only the
sick arc thin. Ar you sure T
the food is all right ? Chil-1
i dren can t help but jgrow ;
4 they must grow if their food i
nourishes them. Perhaps a
f mistake was made in the
f past and as a result the di-,
I gestion is weakened. If that
is so, don't give the baby ;
a lot of medicine ; just use
sense and help nature a
little, and the way to do
it is to add half a teaspoon
I ful of
to the baby's food three or
times a day. The gain
ifour begin the Very first day f
ryou give It It seems to 1
correct the digestion and
l t'e.h the haVw efnrtH rirtKf t
again. If the baby is nun-1
f ing but does not thrive, then f
the mother should take the J
j emulsion. It will have j
s good effect both upon the
mother and child. Twenty- j
i five year proves this fa.u. i
A IU1BES OF TOIS SIQU6ST OPT.
Jftrer ia tke History f Mine'Dlwuitewi
Wtr ilHajaieingi Bo Horribly
tTaeve la a Btrsnsr rresuaaBtlon That
Hialasr Xan Were' Carelessly
os Criminally Disregarded
at the SrasnellMtact
L 23. a
Brownsville. Pa,. Dec. The ho-
ror of the Braznell mine growt, in lr
tensity with every hour. The number
eV the dead is now estimated at 40,
aad aaay pass the figure. At the same
that tha laws regulating saining were
arlessly and probably criminally
Sunday the strut ois of the vie-
tasa were brought out ef the mine
alia never ia the history of aalne disasters
were human beings no horribly
mutilated. It was nearly 11 e'elock
before the first fire bodies were takes
out, 28 hours after the explosion. At
8:30 three were brought to the
and at 6:30 three up
in the cage of the mala shaft. The
dead taken from the mine so for are:
Henry Hager, 30 years old, leaves
wife and six children.
Peter O'Rosory, 86, leaves wife and
William Thomas, 8t, leaves wife aad
Michael Rohtel, 24, single.
Samuel Meesa, 29, leaves wife and
Albert Meesa, la, died after being
Michael Mahlo, S9, leaves wife and
two children. "
Geoga Kohlts, 40, single.
Joseph Postsky, 22, leaves wife.
Joseph Magyar, 10, single
William Moloh, 8 J, leaves wife oaS
Paul Proloa, 14, wife and one child.
At least 12 other bodies are in sight
but eaa not he reached oa account of
The estimates of the number of the
dead are conflicting, A. B, Braznell,
president of the Stockdale Coal Co.,
Bunday afternoon said he believed
that but from 20 to 35 men had been
killed. Men who ware working around
the mine Saturday morning give different
fijrures, They say from 35 to
t 40 men were down the mine shaft in
the catreu, while' about 20 climbed
J down the steps in the elevator shaft.
Trom 55 to iu mea were in the mine,
and of this number but 12 have been
recovered alive. All the rest,
ever the number, are dead.
. John, oP os he is popularly known,
"JondW Meeee, a one of the 33 men
who escaped ia the ? nliTC' He is
fearfully burned, anfi is ? .
home with his head ewnthed 2? tan
dages. He told his story Sunday:
"I was in the stable," Meesc said,
"currying my mule whea the explosion
occurred. My brother Sam was
by my side, and his boy Albert was
standing In front of him. Then came
the crack of the explosion. Never in
ray life have I heard saeh a terrible
report. Z thought ay head had bees
blown off. In about two seconds the
mine was filled with dasaling light, as
the fine coal dust in the air was consumed.
My brother Sana dropped to
the 'ground as if shot through the
heurt. He must have been killed instantly.
His boy Albert swayed and
fell over upon hie father. I being in
the back of the stable that is why
my face Is so terribly burned. I was
afraid to turn my bach upoa the
mules for fear they would stampede
and run me down. X did not know
then that they had all been killed by
the explosion, for our lamps were
blown out and we were in total darkness.
"After I got out of the stable) 1
beard Albert crying for help. I went
back and found him and TIcnry
a drirer, I procuded, half
leading and half carrying them to
the foot of the mine shaft. They
about .four eat above the
Then I felt myself going to
i did not ear although I
realized it was the sleep df death. I . cKff.
ever 1 did In my life. When I nl
somebody was forcing me to swallow
brandy and eoffee, and I was trying
to explain that lt would be needless
for me to drive a wagon, as there
had been an accident in the mine.
"The force of the explosion was ter
rific; mj faoa and scalp is literally
filled with coal dust blown into it,
just as if it had been shot out of a
gun held within a few inches. Another
evidence of the force of the explosion
was discovered Sunday, Oa
the high side, 80 feet back from the
mine shaft, mi discovered an arm
and a foot. Th pr were portions of a,
Tictim killed 108 -feet below the
and blown out oi the shaft like
a bullet from a rifle."
Prom statements obtained lt seems
clear that thepresence of gas Jn quantities
iB.jthVHdne Was perfectly well
knownv,and .that'jiaked Ughtwere
lined; for several flavin hfr. 4
lake W la Am caad
Israel las MM Mbsm ley M wo:
srwr,afctj hues IVaaiay avoratasj;,
WWw sp MNVI iHssI BsJHwVspR j
Bsaga ant, revariat aeosda saisi.
'm W4k erf iV VMsisM waW tfcay
ysuahsjl the ty m srt tke)
teastpWary worgac oaitaX asHsias jef
ft away. Of aac it ia .mm,, Patar
Cry,"bqt a pertUa ' tv tewtk
ctael the bak t the akaUj .isssMa'aad.
'aad that, was virtually but a,4dr.
jae was lacntSSetl y a sar' C
shirt thataaa 'iaM, hia
aesh; . rj f O -
, Of the 12 ,de4 thera was bat
that was tal a, hideous' spectacle.
Among the? men at the Braencli aaiaa
Sunday were many who had ba at
other explosions, but never had they
seek such mangled, burned saw distorted
' A RECORD BREAKER,
f 1 ii n ww in iwm
Jfe British Transport Meatasaasst
tae 15,000 Mile ta S Daya
aad 10 Hoars.
Jcw Orleans. Dec. 8S Tha Britfel,
IraBsport Xfontczurur, Cap4 OtTcb,
'wliicb called froru New Orle&aa Oct-
time there is a strong presumption J 1T 28 yih myxUa iQT X9ynit
has returned to New Orlears for or
ders. She brought back 82 muleteers
who had shipped from New Orleans,
bhe sailed again Suaday morning for
Halifax to take tha second
of Canadian troops ta South Africa.
Capt. Owea reports that ea the
outward trip he encountered several
gales for four or fire days during
which soaao 25 ef the mules were lost.
The. trip to Oape Towa took W days
aad 16 hours aad all told 31 of the
animals of which there were 1,885 ob
board, were killed or put to death because
of 'disease. The trip of the
Montezuma to Cape Town and return
la a record breaker The distance
covered was 15,000 miles and the chip
was under a full head of steam during
61 days. The Moatesuaaa landed
her mules at Cape Town' and they
were immediately sent north by train
to Gen. Methuen in the direction ef
FARMERS BURNED OUT.
3Sfrnetlve Prnlrle Plres Swept tie
Coaatrr la tke Vicinity of
Baroka, S. D.
Aberdeea, 8. D Dee. 35. Dmiag a
high northwest wind Saturday evening"
a prairie fire started east of
and swept over the country causing
great destruction of hay and grass
on the ranges. No reports from tha
burned districts hare been received,
but many farmers must have been entirely
burned out. Tha fire was the
most extensive for yearn, embracing
a tract several mllea wde aad five
miles long. Great anxiety ia felt for
the safety of people ia the path of
tne fire as xne wind earned the jure
with terrible rapidity through
tall prairie gram.
Steamer "Wrecked Uvea Ivoat.
Newburyport, Mass., Dec, Ss. From
yerockage which came ashore during
the sight, and '.he washing aehoj o of
two bodies Sunday, it became
known that the small steamer
fcaur Marion, o tjljs port, was wrecji
ed in attempting to cVol!,s Newbury-port
bar Saturday night. Capt. P. W.
Sargent, of Groveland, her owner, En-
riT Math" Joijnuon, also of
ai CaPt Wm. . PettingilL of'
this place, who re oa &oart i ""
time, perished, the bodies, of the ars
two named being washed Bflhore la
Burial of th Mala Y!tlaf
Washington, Dee. 23. Acdeiaait
Beere,tary Allen, of the navy department,
who has charge of the preliminary
arrangements for interring
tbe remains of the Maine's dead at
Arlington next Thursday, has selected
as a site for their last resting place
a beautiful grassy knoll just this side
of where the Santiago dead He buried.
Capt. Sigsbee will have charge of the
arrangements on the day of burial
BDd Chaplain Chadwick, who was oa
th- Maine when she was blown up,
will perform the funeral rites ot the
Mammoth Tee Jlonse Destroyed.
Grnnd Haven, Mich., Dec 25. The I
mammoth ice. house of the Spring
T a1,a Taa if es e w sr
amm.k kc w, iuvuica on spring xakc,
two miles northeast of this city, was
totally'' destroyed by fire Sunday
morning entailing a loss of upwards
nt 1 hnn nnn v ... i...ni
. , - I ,.w,www. nuo uuuir vue year
were Loth dellriouB and I believe asf0 bv Chioatm nntniu. .o.i.1 v
was too. Bofh of thcat -persisted in , tbe Barry Bros., of the Chicago
up1 and being ab to wftUt tug line. About 70,000 tons
around. I Immediately forced them i 6f ifee of last year's cut still remained
o no aowa so go mem out oi the Jo $ne building.
ym.u. ui iug lata aiur ciamp, wmen
DrdVf ed Into Jflaarara
Jfiagnra FaIIs, N. Y Dec. 25. Heavy
( rniH ib again paring oir the Canndian
A large mass of rock irom a
laid down on something which I could point close to the Horse Shoe fall
fc.il, although I could not see, was a , dropped into the river Sunday morn-corpse,
and fell asleep as calmly1 as , tap"; Table rock la slowly but surely
uecoming smaller. The upper end of
uaai island shows the wear made by
wateT and marks of recession ore
plainly visible at the foot of the
American and Horae Shde falls.
vrasatBurton nivera Flooded.
Tac'oma, Wash., Dec. 23. Heavy
rains and deep snows In the mountains,
accompanied by chinook winds,
lavo combined to send an immense
flood of water coursing down West-era
Washington- rivers. The White,
Pluck, Cowlitz, Chehalis, Skagit,
and Nocksey rivers are over
flowing the lowlands) along their
aaka, doing great damage.
Traaanert, Talenela Arrivee.
Baa Francisco, Dec. 25. The United
Mates transport. Valencia arriyed Sunday
4a days from Manila via Nagasaki.
4uijuft cimrirficpj Ti.nuvw
weather'tbe eaifre trip, aa vfae
peuea to Pint threa, ttissaa
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pnxentt tne most superior schedules!
through and transportation
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only thirty-eight hours from Kan--tag
City toj; Jacksonville,
All agents of connecting lines sell
through wiutorexcursion tickets via
tho Southern Railway to (ho resorts of
Florida and tho Boulh. J v'
Maps, ichedoles, booklet's and information
mailed free to any addresp, by
J. C. Dzam, Jr.,
N. W. P. A.,8Q Adams B.
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