Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01853
 Material Information
Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: April 10, 1903
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01853
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
lccn - sn 95026977
lccn - sn 95026977
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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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, 1903. T*N 0i

Od front

: April 9-, W
other of Cl-ta
V couttol of tM
isued w aal
ecutive- obnn41

to known
.... .. ouoti ,

neral 4'oW. w wson, w, w
i ni (osr geo- gli ...l ,. the
,lohr W o. ote op.her ,,
Ia state), HarriOet* Dlaoui 3
it Qowles (sister of Ptqs44eNt
I 4) Anid ilary A. tl'rbert (fox'-
retary of the navy). 9
to each of the disciplIned
Ire.. hereby *notied thlt sita
': of the executive coxmmlt
.American Red Otros, N u /ld l
akApril 6, goiv awe.e' by -rvoty
e :cutive co00iitte euspenOed
bershi p an all prvlrllges of a'
The charg gI t you be-
that you have attempted to
d, 'that l .a-oertiain memorial
oiaress and know. as hotiXe;
eit,'lty^ 840 Flitty-aevrenth con-
seecondisgnalO you ha.ve .a
a attitude .unbecoming anmenm-
the organistlion. .
re hreby noted to pp
|the leglilat1e; committee ait a
i4 place agreed upon later, and
use why said suspension
n ot be permanent."
e public announcement,* Mr.
;aggreslve policy has been
1In order to end the peralstent
1two disfredUt Miss Barton and
|t .e ].ed-., Cos. society.'" The
Si thie minority to ftore- the
t MlSe Barton have. proved
fuWile and have inot met
tttiport of the pblteo
g Miss Barton's supporterU
ameaa. WllHam T. Wardwell,
b airit a of the New YlTor)
b .oety ,urin. the anlh-
itn, loAging O30,P0 ktee

the -ed e OroeB hospital It

up the otth of latending.

.V.dertit Abandons H
^ .]m.erdil Ca or-r *:"*. '
*:. April S.4-' r y" f'
somA's smoui Iarlor In
Us ha*e proved a, -;it too
tiug tremble casxe when
t" bk U* m bft er 4 the
Mrs. V-on4qt l wlit .
-Msey. ot t* 'ro,
^Jy ha ^t~ad hr.)-
^^ fui.*idnftsaatt'. .-1-**1:

feelMen i
^at wit
ft lle.


e-jmttwetty *etes^ 't PS resweehlv StoMst^we pa Etes the 1gbt.
p toy denter 4 te e bad several 1ag urrow es.
inptte- alontee -thrM b h ** 4# r ;anst prevltt' ha
___al_,_, ~Pp. wIt t$ iOW
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as-the U

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'ite 'Pr l." Life, Th Threat .. ^^ AUiAl: TGW
IGa.;& Apil 9 9.--1ve coun-
vtoo' "v; j tage of an o. .
t "eae afternoon ant e Twelve. Pte ons tilled and
escapefrom the chaft- Two
,entire gang iAght easily y . *ny:.Inutied1,
.i away, but only the five -
=e adv 7tage of. the chance.
''It Orumley, 'a deTpratenegro, SIX OF ONE FAMILY ARE KILLED.
S '.'for "the facility with whidh -- --
, s :e from the gang, was the Telegraph and Telephone Lines Are
S e rising against Doe Wall, o ended into Ten-
ley ezed the' guard from be- nessee and Much Dmagoe Reported.
W`6 entrChed dhis pistol from his In tha State. -
Anegro 'named Barrett caught '
_l;j S"iad :',,wrenched it from his BIrMinghaxA, Ala., April 9.--Meager
l :p, httrirtg Wall against a barbed. ntformAtion haa reached her regard-
tfe;fe .' ltlg a cyclone which pa-sed a mile
^.he plitol,- Oumlet. was .anorthaot.- ncaVlie -en ihe line'-of
B hoot.Wllhen 4 he the latter Blount. and Culiman counties, about
b0e ar his ife. An- old negro 2 o'clock this mnoruniig.
obtoItet .ad k his entreatlea, and Qwing to the crlppld4 condition of
WCa1's lfie ,'wl spared, the Wires full- litormalon has not yet
Co 1&bobys,.4 pai4d Orumley, a 4d arrtrvet, but partles who have arrived
tVAe 'voe.took to their heels, getting here on the L.oulsville- anti Nashville
S as best 'they c6uld with' theii acconimmodttlon train from Decatur,
backle.. whiph paesed the scene of the disas-
tl. adestpe ate q Wiptette 1 that Is at tor' sy that 12 dead bodies are report.
Arge. 'i Scores of police *ad special.edto' ohve been found aud. that up-
te tre inow looking for them: d ,wards of a core of prison s were In-
04V the coileis have a ptol and ia ured aid, many farm houses were
tl that belong:" to theil,' guar4, a iletroye4de.
ihl is peeted lt they are ovetke. Thlte M oy family, wear killed by
.... -- the itcking of their home. No other
MAY GET IMPR0TANt PLAOS.. names have yet been secured.
lonel P. Churohill Stated for ln4dlp Thunderstorm at Chattano'ga
Territory inspeftorthlp. 'hattisoaoga, Tenn.. April 9.--About
Kaliaas Oity, Mo., April 9.--A pe- 2 o'clock this morning a heavy thun-
-cA to The Journal from Muscogepe, derstorm accompanied by usually vl-
i, iayt: leat wind visited this (ity and lin
Si's rporte here, tat Colonel F. half an hour the rainfall at this point
Ob'UbThll, of Connectlcut, will succeed. was more than an inch,
J. George WrIght as tInpector Of 'In The velocity of the wind was 30
dian TerrOitry. This is the largest miles An dour. Telegrams from
office in the bhraich of the Indian s-er-' Charleston, Ten., a, pit above here
vice. That WIUmbent Is really the per- on the Tennesee..river, state that the
onaWil roreeentative of' the secretary rainfall was SM .6 Inches, during the
othe 'in.terlor,t4 a hi acts are ee, patsa 4 hou
guarded as the diriot s9et of the soe- At Clinton, Tenn., the rainfall was
r tary himself, 860 inches.
Two year, ago Inipe4tor Wgffht's The itii cOyered the entire Ten-
-health began o 0tl.l H- went-to i*ee valley and the river i rising
Ohicago last summer for treattment He rapidly, with 4 prediction that it ,w.lll'
had as attack of typhoid fever therot, 'each within a few foet'of the dan-
and It has left 'him in such a cond- glr line.
tion that be cannot resume work here.
J. W, Zevely, formerly secretary to LIhtnlnB Strike Dpot.
Governor Frrancia, of Missouri but now a i hville, Tenn., Apr. 9.-Thedepot
In the law departinent. of the InIan at C:t"a4 W destroyed by ftire lat
lervtce, bahd been. fllin po n{it a the result of leing struck by
of ni spe.to..'-temiprSlyO. -Colonel ightntnng an communiaUtion by wire
Chtrrchitllwa'evenuensotor o li as been cut off. The local telephone
territory for some yars id Is now service was crippled by the burning
iden lInsi Ltor with Yving e out of a numttber of box's. No casual
.laln. "- .ties and no great damage 1 reported
HJiO|TORIC HQ(u.E gAgIp from any Other -points in middle Ten-
PlHITORIC M"01 44,1lyAIPD Da. e: ...
IIoe Rund RUp tAy 'Atliesgead Kentucky Storm Swept,
'Owl! iUe, Ky., April 9--A torna-
tt ltwenttetb t..e, ..n. ttih iPries. do wept over this sot ion early this
d et oo~e 41 ebor p rl awhmil orningX dollg great damage in the tO.
Bad6 lived eight g rato t a ad over a thousand dol-
atri *ftil' n i t l t .to buildings. .

;ast a pool op. as been ope-u NO .OR THE CHRONICLE.
,ther' After alitght del i *i *
t "g etIw0tr e the QU#e'-4-t,4 0 UIpet Price of -7S.000 Delayed the
M oN watg a o ..:. e. '-
I0' your mo i e 4 i1 o !e the AUnstau,. Ga., ...April 9 .-Tle -Augia.
pl*itora wen th o'earg 4< by t t ontele(wiput.e Ws i fur r sale TUes.
Cspthin O"Cunor, entered . 4. y but with a reserve tld of $40,00.1.
"You'rem oft, ray !id. replied th.,s bi, with t$85000 of dtuls on the
captain. "Wt' eeW. hqdy' U1oVA#O To b* l(lg, de the psp' t priceequiv-
the stdqwalk tot ytaq' alet to 515,000.
'T.h: men tnlh. : ?telf .t ands fl 144 Tare was no-bid at tlhi price and
eu# with il ty. '.tAlti.et fetordilg th property Ws withdrawn. It Is
that Presl4ednt l oosevelt wa. bon udterstooO that Judge 'Ury, who is
there is set 1* the WwI1 oa t o ADret toor lsl *wk. court, will hi iske'l
Iba. ..tot... /.'' : a Itier sale tWeo weeks
i' P-. ''' ...*. 'i + .. . ba / :tpe7, At .i i *1 without merve bid,
VIenna, April 9 )tit, .
troia!, Ztaroosen the aIt i.4 OFF*v iO e
Si i ii.^ sinIi ti** ---.. hs d

*,o tr *in ;.*. R fMfi: "Ac t

he pointed out that tAe iassilati on'W :'I"lr'
would soon have T7 per cet -4 all th ..
annats4 I the i0tth In i4ts member-shii. Plparirng I' e t..C ":'E u
a1 ..---- U4I5ptburgb Soot kdad. Ap1ip R
S Troops to Supproes* trikort. w a i curious t ms-IW.. 1ts -: a
London, Aprtl 9O.--A .iitil ,(lfpateh radttoday 0414led to Ml *l4er pi fto o
from Amsterdatm says the ttaormenft th ;orteomUi
of The Noetherlands has oNred thO to( Ictland. -:o't the l..
.molbillsaton of all the troop within b S otlie | o hAg" "i 4' e'
24 hours and that three warOships a t tihin .to 'dI "'g ntil be
D*enelder htive boen .ordered to boe 0l 4roppd th" 40 4 VII. 1 A'e
readinessl for imn*dlste oervel", Ab<. oVeotorwi$$lll#i8 :e titl was
10,W. men are 4dle In Amaterudam in.,tno :a.+i.'**
alone. No frei(ht l. beltn del>l>rnri4 ga't dja'it"
at bitreO i d leothferuo fo.w.a cive....*'.
ar 'scrt. by boostedd rms a a wa.
ldiers threaten Offef 77
LoIdoi, Aprtl 9.-A special 4t . f
from -isbon says i ip) Men on g ', W
to the B tentmh Infatry a* OpQro gao | 9by4
have aautuletdt owing Wo ta.. o 10
that they iwere set to be sea:t f Std
th.As 0"ototsk' t

Overflow Is Receding From a Nia b.i
of Plantations.
N~w Orleauti, April 9.-A large foree,
of men are engaged at Hymella ore-
vaae today In building aS V-shd bAbseceof
cribbing at the point in the work. O: W |W
where some damage was done late
yesterday afternoon by a barge whic. .
got beyond control In the heayv u 011
rent and tore out some of the piling. P TONi
Other weak points in the work ae
also being strengthened. Work will Attorney of t litileht Awtli t,
be somewhat retarded untl thia sent Wutne"'ti Wo xt
tra cribbing is completed(, -but the li
sacking thus far done bha shown ex. tor Goona Ha1, M 4 7 l
cellent results, and thore is a on- Threat. Airt -i
tinued fall in the water Inside tho
levee whilo the, overflow Is reeeding .. ..... ApL
on a number of submerged plantAtionsf. ol J".im 0 -0., H ,t r
One hundred and tifty thousand antit overogr ofait
sacks of earth have 1 (.n thrown into with the urdo* o
the cribbing. The. rlhor iore today Gonaalos, WWth wale i o1$ i
was ofnically 20.2 feet., a fall of one- praeset seedlont 00ou, baa b! l
tenth of a foot. tinutod uill Jufr,
Forty feet of cribbing at the Hy conttUiAa4 'A te t
imela crevasse blew out today and -V
the water rushed through in i strong morning LJizt 4i0Al
current threatenhiu the entire works. pulcation o ot;es~ a t
There was said to he hiop of repairing who VlOigw t~b' tw, a f
the damage and additional lumber was portaant witn eU %ol4 t6i'1
hurried to the levee would ho able to a bt i pr:ut
..--- The iuotiot We- outenied etxi
Special Atver Bulletin y by the pro iett~ottwh
Washlngton, April 8.-Thero are no thl defense hi h abutlt
changes in the flood situation In the ruling of the ott" .
lower Mississippl. Stages at Vicka. ". the c
burg and New Orleans this >nornilkng olumi.a, *. ,', it Ott
were 50.4 and 21).2 feet rospoctlvoly, a for James H, 1flIm r"arg.e
fall Of,1 of a foot at each place. the kllin of N. .lt
-.y this morntgn ltKed-607 4 0
PRESIDENT REACHES MONTANA. nery th the-is ilgl eeti l ,
.. Sole such move wi "'';ttal$t
Will Take a. Rest of Two Weeks In The grounds on which t, ,dttAki
Ye.lowstone Park$. i W caued were the ub$.nc
Llyingston, Mont., April 9.-Prel- witnesses who the 4otake iM) l
dent Roosevelt will onter the Yellow- of great tiiportanre toA( ~ oi .
stone park dome time this afternoon f tese wtnesoll ia tt
aild for the next 16 days the outside Wflte, who Is expsstoti .tO*4w
world will know very little of his do, Mr. aoiles wept to the -stat
ngs. ind biujredo(or Mr. Ti1M44:
ins. special tratn arrved .. here at an d i ed or Mr, T. l a
o'clock this morning and after a h6- e h Tlrnimn how ith whita
minute stop during which the president nid .woul make im ihoW
greeted a large rowd that gathered d MIss lpor, a trained
to meet him, started for Gardnor hef had rieal Mr. (Gont
which Is the entrance to tho paIk, The hte mhadh eIllm. an *IshowJ
traln is due there at 12:380 p. m. The feather and that he wOeU4
"president will take luncheon on the his power agalstt hmr, il
train and finish ub sonie necessary eedlngly bitfr in his d
work. Then, accrpiipaniod by John Mr. T.'ilnan,
Burroughs and a detachment of cavilf The deofiiMe claimed r1i81
ry, lie will plunge ilNto the park for n to trial t.
what he hopes to. be 'two wieks orf t with" the win
rest. The remalndor of the pirty atcll), they wiot
will ie on the train at cinabar, 3 wll as they uiil
"miles from Oardner. threats that were not lt~W
uM AC.ikRYM MN MdiET. defense at the tia tl 'o
MACHINRY MEN9 MiT. afflidavit fMiod wholien ll *.
for. ', "
(e1rimed that 75 Per Citt of Southern Amf avits were. thie pe" s
elers WIll Afflilate, the effect that .(pkt' Wh S
New Orleans, April Ie-Tlie Ii ecnd C and that MIi RO*r was a'nni1tI
annual convenUotn of the touthotrn ity M i R ..
Supply and Mtahinery Dealers' 0onal-0 jTho proroett th"lovuh "lAi(
Alion began t som tihi i ordliina. ThLurmondl ndo. 0o el ad
President 0-. B. Jenklan' of (harle-' ford argued tit 4 d
too, S. C., presided and Sm4tsbary l.o fori-a t ht g~ tbf
the desk h. "i. I whw i l A lM o h tol f l
This assoelaton was orgatitnlte4 lt u1atg., an4 that slle 0 "C A414
Year Lt Chbtrleaton and. now uitimbers trial. t 1a .t.n.e t g
about. 50.. of .th .leadig. c.aerns of .th r de.eii .boi-id Ta|i-'..f-ul d
the south. The convention .wi he Iti ed whet the atent iwtnles
selmstit three d4ys. : T1h peledIng have teetle to '
of. the opetikng seiein conaistftedt of A.fte a hll fi nao".. ' h^ "
addriesset of welcome an4d the annuti r'q re-ort of President Jenklns, in whih .' d.' t, t,.i t .i. .... ...


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4 in ay 6t1er Way.,
e supaighj ard try'

Ma a1 mU80h fr two

$ ft W8 IROM WALDO.,

Main de9 to Organire Print-
flg Qomnpariy-Othei' Notes.
1o, A'pril .-Mrs8. S Renalt
b4npaday %or Michigan for the'
geebytery. of the ^Towthern Pr*s
Sand Wediepd ay:. ;s hest
rbiedliig *:s bein* patited the
lne shrah was tedered them

these oA Koo

St one

S ti e ",-a 'gilly .yestt
fiyth and wtreti aonwr t
o ars
Syit the use o-0KodoIC0 gan
ove At- once,,and aft 4

e0-14lik,. Kod. l digOt, I
and makes the, so"ii

S mWithdrawal of.Seaboar4! t 0 &
^i~botluftfdAir1'. Ajin u
itt1ted, d. t e 4ti* 'lly fr i'aE 6
! b-e. withdraWn, ;ho l e t .. tisito
Ieve St. Augusthiat2 tal0tI

. p, t lrapect a ivlya .liWppedt wt1 '
leg-room bufft nieeeIse0 ,i eon-
eat aN wYork and Vemtibule thor-
veI e. coaches, d aeki v e .to
RI oll. via iohmond, 0a carm
I operated es the eab eP t r
eA* t e da, l e at 8ions aid o19e-

4tioA,,. n acksonville, Fla t
ijk|,re '. o ,uao ot 6'

tlt^*roombufn, Odd Pe rslow. ak o- A l

OfIO:,y attendnce

hg||(e|hery ,' n.t
t town, ian will gather shek el'
'4 ,4 1i4l: pments .-y expresi
ths It14t a W other States 4rAfto",
,an t ', p o ta to 4 &a w e ', a b b a g e
a tPEngl ith .ea and et..

wTerft w'eko.

oa'k~om n 0 the dep,
A.Iafort isW bnI:g inade Tw purchys
' )kit:iWn o tflt -by forming a,
r4 company, and 'selling shaes in
dato.put"t paper, The li.
,orse, 0n better tooting and tod
l^ l ditol qrewitt prospects.
priI Ioo clon Teaichir-Farners
arPePl'' t ing : .* 4 --
2l h Moon: .Aprai -There was
sig April fool played on Mlns6
il(e Mll'r, who :hadI cn rtrol of the-
o t 'erry h, ol, A ;:ctprl t. D. B.
eI vla hir;4 iywo-mule team and
tittoiie tobool house and toibok all:
G.s G.usle's ppi's, 6o.or she"
^to s^hcol., l e brought them to'

x,,heri Ithe.itt peit .-the day
j 'taatl y fishing and boat rid-
i. R. Brevard of -this pliOe,i
as beyn I 14)epast week, i tapk
t fr friends wth to see
4ro, Fortaa, Gavin aH !
a Z4e6 tp Ajust comipleted
tew 'btat to be used on Halt

taS dt Oitseation are nearly
i:tip thit a '. now
46coofba Iathoook of

Sgi nike a er 'ta.n

0Mi goo oenally.

S 4 ab at wake. yer
i ye t

refi.r't[ "5 1 w t

R1 t.11 f::d I
i|||rmr ^~iia
40bl iii

,- -* ..- 4A
6wPir.h' evety e.w
k.reat ,r of the p!Pro t a
14^.^i^^^la- '9 440l?(
will ~O' fr oRtot ol
P eetty u r(a bVie

lie 4 v eg
I e4t ii ters, Mies hlitte_
YFetcbh t $ est, Miss' tu4e0' 'oe,
Gao.'1'yn4 ) aIWell Demnpsey, ~obt,
3E. 4e1itMA s fen ewgAn*
sld George 'lyier yvlfl keep
the w80 i >laughlog with his, soig
and wit,> @t entetaiunment; *1l be.'
gin as 8:14 p m. shatp, and every one
i. requee e o be seated by that time.
Come early and avoid the rush.
fickett wiltlbe sold at Miller & AvoN.'s
ndvtyo l Wtuing,. Admission e. 2c
Dreadful )ttck of Whooping Cough.
Mrs. Ele Hfarlison, of 800 Park
Ave., Kisanes Oity, 'o., ivrites as fol-
lws:. "Out two children had a severe.
attack of wOopti cough, one of them
i the pari f:0ysi of coughing' wulld
often f1401tn d ee at the e. We
tred2everslng *e sea4 o without
getithg iellet. We then a'lled in our'
4intly dbtirj who preabribed 'oley^^
H-oey an4 r.-a Wi tr'hevery t
dose th pai gaur4t; 'Improve and w
*fee; th a a p.ved the0river 1 -1O
bIAse9S t e$. 8old by W C. Wal-
.iMAn ii' ri i eiifil i w i .'. w :'*'*.'.*." ;'" *.1.*

aL And,
A ,a...d

j.t a .
tI it,, aIA

scorr intagr..
ast oftitle to land before
ri0 pay-l r the purohasea
ioftei no redreas or tax
,. i1l 1 r.sxi-rra rf ,, !.

M ..nhaa n A" Tywrir.
oRI T yfl TuST.
WRITER Fi4 $50,
ouarameed fot oine ydar. Boid on
monthly payments at 4 slight a.d-
a nee to, repontble p hr"tlet.
'ypewrIt oIr Ribbon fror


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.a. ote io.,us (uSarateed
sptI attention to Witonse., Minstrels
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*PR(O)VDENCB, and All Elastern' oint,
Selling 'at OCharleston both way .'
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.....a r "CITY OF JAO8so0N.Vfl4
i apPited -tonal afohos
vs Snford..9: a toona.-Monday, Wednesys .

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Daily .- *~rDeih 8 aily
^^4Ottpni ; : 'aatl Ba, fli)'tO 1.:45 p ,
Daily N0 m, vh Dail,
S :4 pi3 '*High Springs, avain4h, :3127
Daily :orth, Eastan" d e* l;i
4 :0paily Rodhelle and o~4i
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Daily: -l ily
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Interchangeable Mileage Tickets, good over `it4 ong the prib.
eipal railways in the f8tithern eStates, are on.; agent..
Through i.otllman. seeper Port Tampa ti' antic Col
Line; also'vIa Atlantic Coast Line and Soathernil:Al
For i 0 oj.plete information, call on .''. t..... .

FRANK 0. BOYLSTON, Com'l Agt. )D ,^g raV. Pass. Agt,
U$ W8 PAy st Assor Buildiihsf
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f ,Life, Accidenli anid t stance.

Ag'ents for the .

: Vic tor Safe and Lock C0 a y
f *OiioLx z.*:.i,, O,.io )
The "Victor" is the best safe made, and parties conteniplat-
Sing the purchase of a safe, or anything in thkat-tie,
Sfomn a box to a bank vault, W!~va4erfiney
.by consulting us. otl on Dir address, *
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ilson's w5Iot tuD ae wail
ile Wilson was s ton a

tration of What Champar'
Dolk~. 0hpisrea and Diar.'
sa Itemendy OCn Do.
rmua med a
| of .tN^$s p^iso.W},
rvse a asuerer .sm*r chroani
Sw tsWalth0 & 14artin,
of thnterprise, Aa "se
arious pateite reparations
141 b pysaa with,

V"(ipt"L".-: 0
to be oommienoed takint
ItWt Collo. *Colire and
Remned and L, I pled tanw
bly onred. I/a*! tttsens
iee who know t;0 eattetn*
'to the tru0ht new of this
" For sale by all druggtlts
n; copipanies.
iuanco In lo9twar e 0*..
t. Z'Jy.,. .A~plrii'^ :.- mies Howard, c e|d with
ern-or WilliAm 1, was
)nat to1 o'cioclt today'. The
edan S1daylt 4 # to abtent
It sealdti a tifhje:
%^weait oj'oxt04 a'1 the
ttlfe a$14vt4. t;&iil~;^^. 4|bs

ti ^ Loved D'ale

TqOpl is Iyp ige to *y
e. M-y 'lite^gil wnts '
sh~th^^ae heltfofr it? ^
around Syr,^ p tis^ te *

^Wfll pulmoatnry Ailment*.
1$1 at Johnson) $rs.
Oulot Rn Loweil.
[, Afpri 8.The was

Wht'l ditstrbatce
"be ring. aplserw
ibont a000ln aet
atU4t will mast
a e~yto ft. -
linowlxijIf the
v4R# in

ouelit Johnson .: os-:
Ar bottoft W W ork rik a r r
; ,'I burg,-Maa., Apr. -.he -T powO
ils ot started, at the ParktHill .Co~-
tn titUls today on account of tth#
strike ef the, weavers and loom fxliers
11ai, lt 'C." The wveave In Nina
PA" an4^ *" baying .ben out fibee
the iIddle Ot last month, In ll,
4 4. ee a xe. out of work now.
th' weve1 .;4 MIU ll,',V" objected i o
VOU r'.1.ft l una-lshedd ln- the otb4r
iN by the i al strikers.
Too ..-Great a Risk.

pightyb phobld tlwass be kept at, band
'O is 1*i' too 6rnatfow any one to4
take. Ohabrlialn's. Coloi, Oholera
1 0d.. 0ae"4 "i 40y never falls, an
rheo tyeduoed w ii water is pleasant
e take. For'ate y all d rggits0 ands
mdiline oomp ,tie ..
SBuilding 'Tied Up. :-
New Yorki, April .-Work on build--
Ings ti course of cotitructtlo on Man-
hoont o 4ihd .oen. between, ta
V#Ue4 $otltrh 4 @t ('arpeatorai end
POW e APR;d 0 0 Amjg*z'Me a
ot p^(M^t

4$ 10






B rmspan or mhe soUI T'hreeuii member* at
tatthee 0aotona*
i" iloepar tanditOa t <^
f ti o ftuh of e'IX
^ .. ltt& iphysii '
a |4t^k1^ trait were seat wo
|4 ot. the acocident;.
a for rhtdren. :
00.Vto. ta*ke and harwleosf
~t ugh:p Oure gives itmme-
I "4 al ases ofedugh, roup
00r0pp1ei6u6e it does 0not paaa
Ste,,:intoa the. dtomaachi' but
e i.ght ar h t4e seat ofr he
-draws out the inflamnia-.
Sand soothes and uarsa.
b enabling the J.on!..
V lre lifelv ad le
Soxygeai to the blood" and
odi0rd & MeCollum.
wb rl.rine oat a Supcess.
L4 Wt411so, April 9,-The. Ho).
*b)i4rine torpedo boat Grampusa
mi9estrated her eMlcleicyh a4 a4
sl 04t ar-by discAarging, a' to*pe
ti oii f i Of y"ardsn" adtri lx:
ata$ioL.ry target -squarely tlh th&
9)'he firing of the torpedo wuas
et" iiiipOrtoast teat *of the v""ia'-0

triai wa e aedb ''
Wo iu *0 .0oeers that witness4i
t ii-ria itl -Oiesed by*t14 e

He,'bin, IQurs
ve d 4d a 4gue. A dosqwill, usukal-,
op A olil, a continuance 'ar a
e n. 1,. Stroad id
SO..My' in ou ISr faint?
aHW`4d1 found .lItith best
e have ever use-d. for-
E bilton..fevet and s arla."
Btl ~ i n *lF a ** "*r'.. .

oJona 3. D5ltL .res. J. ,. w IrTSIom. M.

Sanufoctfur,?i of
;', (Comnpressed)

r dy t*Mr e. ODare out dally. Ordeits o y tll
Ol.,(therPl wl, roeive ppottj- tttentlon,
O# o0tpon books at reduced prioew. Corre-

1&t Ator or Elctr iN,

~ctr~c Bells et4 i~

Rlectrie i~gIt Wiring t *pe64alty.
AllH work g"aranteed in accordanoe

leakvjB ordeu^ atk Wslta' ^tyeyl atore

SA Saloon ad Ca

lto .ia tastr, ibd m

po0t0" .arbrger l Hur 0*1s rauglht

flrt lO sI $evu.to a "
an itAk ihtedals Lto

10.:1VL::.1.o C0 LI ATI,,
I t. 18, wand All otw #t

Wesad t a" oin .... et.". i. t
ST'*Nkvt.uiaL.4 E.rn so)4
S cofii1*aapon ticket #nt. Lint

It costs nothing to
SEE our Men's sutni mor
Ctothing-and ot very
much to own 1 ait
Wool Crash, t ti $2.50'
for coatf and truseras.
So loosely woven that
you can see through it,
yet as strong as CheO
Flannels, $5 to $12
for coat and patnt-. New
patterns, light and dark.
Series, $7 to $12
two piece suits. All
kinds of summer gal-

The O tttor.
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- O6 O ca ware. lbsi nor4
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ESTAB8LISIE 1.888 WAtJRft & ""' 8' L,

Alacliua to0unty Jacsonville, .

b st I 'actCIA p
B, R. COLSON, Manager, 182 w. Forsyth ai.,. Ja- koe, t
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Beat dlining plaYe ( ci. .
Wines, Liquors ahd Ig4'l g ..
S The questli orf T'lItle a
lirst 'cotn slerationt rok th *-. .........
inyestor... FIN WINES, LIQUORS A it
J(19 N M-01S P.kprietoFt
Abstract of Title ,W. w t.. sksoi4le,
Fatist boer, bottlo and drau
T i' any piece of land I fall to oall on me l when In J Ba
A .lahiua 1esnty frntleld ., r.
Son application, InV N IN JAMKONVIJ

S- ANtW Thie beot rLquos i te I
wAnd 11 matters coneent. Itminment ovory nKght aitt
llife r4ipt. u o fn Theatn. .
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oyt*rI ho.u oAn 1t MaIn I.treet, thro
doors South o4 I solt4t s
share of the pIb lavptron le.
All MaItide of Ialt" wst Ilsl and I',-
.tl Oysteni 4tlreof from Cedar Ke~y

( hoe y,- G s'"ill." Fla.

Atlantie Coast Line

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iho jn $ d : f b ,Iola ,,

trough the
S. whait h
ft bkrlesito,

iAbe Deseioerats
Isditre hours'
p lllui0trate a
t Of Congrdsea
lie Rlepublioani

J ailsiqe 'bonds
* $ funlllpal
'ha Popl rat
fee~fir th^
u1laveo~l tlc^fa

ell -0 Wes thu
yeas, ti 'a f6r
:first half-..hor vtiry oraing
suleson in arranil *i boiquets- On
hif desk. '
There are few m ,~ o ife who
.can straddle a moot ta0tton with
the facility of 0 e0 4Allkn. The.
SOumnilntstes and them niwi! mtiteh
both believe that ;.th 'e i lo' e 'A r:
from Iowa is "all right .
The Atlanta Constituiut a i a
play heading anun0ane t W ia
Spublicans swept Michigaxn b^
S*'0,000." If it didn't cost th*pi MA a
than that sum, it wa' a "ohe 0 i

', Captain Tucker, the oftlolenti
of Billy Bow-Leg, is. agaih at\,
himssee, but he has not called up6 his
bfief to attend th' Jeislature.
gilly will be on hand 'bolore the0.es
hl0i oloaes with some request for id

An'effort is being made to protect.
:, the fish Inu the lakes and streams of:
I'lorida.. The io.lauglhter of game fish
b.y greedy spiorstnmen,who only try to
se tee how large a catch they can .make
.rin.'aday,;lshouRtt'wop ridbi'Bfirt r Th'
tiewaters are compi(ite.'ly stripped' of the
at.lnny trlbo.'
,The last report from Editor Ander-
qson-of Ala6hua vtas to thl effeet that
thriYvg taown 'Judging in the li ht of
ialbsuuent understanding frinom the
^ taB^a. p'd accounts of: ,w ol" the
w te|i8etl Of that place, it Would ap
WrOlhiath wa doing a good busilnetM
,-|it particular line.
|8xi Is -In receipt o1 an lnossy-
signed Taxpayer. It' is
bI||shed rule'of this paper never
th a. -.oininloation without
a of 6the author a .'oemluaihes
tia we Jwill withhold the
this r-queat is '.conoplitl
r will furnib. Us hit
"9, ;"'. ".., ,, ...... .. ..".,. .....

that plac, wo ha^ vel
the bak b a fw p c

talo lontths Stata m tia IX the
of herself. -
And no wonI rthlisa% i
Whenever the 1re*N pen
take htnla in 'pood iteos ad OeAnntd
himself as good: as hlhit TL'ie1hboh
there is always itroble, iL: this'
which has caused the ,nero to appea16
so self-important ; JackoDviil e and'
has resulted at tinted, as it did: during
ghi w-eek, in hayino hi.t skul playe
PA, by some of the country people wpho
*isit tie metroppiis -and, who do riot
treat the negro as a kid 'gl6ve gentry,
an do his white neighbors in ,Jaekson
3r le .' i **
But 0he other day there occurred in
tha't eIty something which has not begn
known i, Athis State since the dark days
of egro 9epjiblean rule. In shame
hOu T'every. respectable white voter
of Jacksoiiville. hang hs head while the
true story o' insult to .th:e whites
Is baing told ir. onrneottiow with' thle4
pro ed tI, ft OttyOoungil meeting
Shel the i.r.cItly. ThLo. ity Cobun-
oil. 'e 3a~eksonville, di-inated by
feieant Hiols,. permitted two negro
mmiberi of thtbody to place 'on the
,board of inqpeto rs ad .lerks at the
eleton1 obifte of the yards, all,
egr9. t':his 'was in the Sixth ward,
where tre are a great many influen",
Mial white voters as. well as colored
c1e$.. Teteity Council per-
iitted this to Ie done 'without even Ao
nWb as a p protest coming fromts a sin-
gle misnbar of bhat body. They were
all negroes and .the served. White
Voters who ealled to exercise the rights.
of franchise were compelled to submit
Sto this. 'There was but one prteiat.
and that came it the columns of. the
fiAes'Unioin thie following mornitig,
when that paper, nl conneetioi, with. a
report ofthe proceedings, condemned
the action' of the COduncil in un-
meattured terms.
This action was. taken, by Wotmore
and Ross, the two negroes who were
working in an effort to defeat the pro-
praed cn rter amendments, and whe
*~t throwing obst clee In the way of
Mt noelectionevery (ime an opportunity
presented itself, But such an action

oold be' expected* of two negroes or
from those unscrupulous politicians
who were making an effort to con-
tinue their power in the city. The
only surprie is that in 'a body comrn-
posed of eighteen men there was not
respect enough for the white people of.
the city 'to enter just one mild pro-
tet' against asuh a policy. It was a
slap in the. faces of the white citizens
,o Jacksonville and a dirty lesson for
the mIetropoli, of the State to aet to
other parts ofPlorida.
,It hasalways been stated that the
begroosr Of Jackoonville were a con-'
tempUoble lot, who' rd over white ,Iwo-
ple Wheev er hiy hAd tn opportunity"
tk 4oingk so. tut e thy tare th to,
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'nda Qconntkib6n 'with the last charter
',tiii to be hoped that when this
obrter questiont comes up for consid-
eraton at this s.es1i1n of the Legisla-
tre that lt will be so amended as to
tir took place there a few days ago. It
i abouk, time that Jacksonville was
Iotnlg to her proper senses on this

SCtoatei. ainOtBe Cured
by local applicion5, as they cannot
roach :h0e Iaeseed portiotx of the ear.
The ir op2yi "anr y to c re deaf-
ness, and hthat is by constitutional
remedies. Deafness. is caused by an
inflsznkC co tiop n of the mucous
linig' othe %itajhian Tube. When
thistub ti il*am fyou have, a runt-
b 0i0g sdt IviK teqt hearing, and
:won. it .it t 0.l Nlosd, deafest ist
the .re slt, ap4. L :t.he t a'inflamma-
tion can be Iet .s).and thia tube re-
stored to tittii(natl 0*pdltion, harinn
Vill be de toiyw fortver. Nine seaale
,t of. tea ,' o by by ,atarrh,
whi h a noLthl ai bt ai Inflamed oOn-
ditiMo of the mha~tl sarO 'l
We wlli give Oe hundred Dollars
ca zr" :) tat e < "-: tired y
11sl QI trtab Ou t or lrctt-
2 ~ doT

y.....bach. wh...
b Pass'Tex., o
breakwa" now
en0ach should m
o t ie ly lasy t week, ilindi
^men coming anxious

rt Al ir on.: March.: Ie

a iw th vese9..p .ow,

P'" br Over ScXty Years _* _______
Mrs. Wiuotr's Soohig .yrup has ,
'been adb~y children while teething.
It soothes the "hild. q'ftevna the'" 'g
allay' all pains. wre0 wmd .olic, and
ith be remedy' ordiarrhoea. Twe
t0y-0ve ,enti bottle. obld by. all drug-
gists throtghot,, the wrld,.d. ..
'No bibles for:CallfornIa Sphools.
San Francisco, A ri1 9.-States At-
torney Gee'ral We has rendered aa'
officlal opinion declaring ithe use of
the Bible 1 the public schools usacon-
stitutional. ,Not only may. the teach-
era use 'the scriptures as as textboo ,i
but they *Ty not even read from thea
as is the custom frequently in openM

.,A Love Letter
Would not interest yu jif- you're
looking fpr"usaranteed salve for sore0,!
burns or piles.' Otto Podd, of Ponder,
Mo., writes: "I suffered with an ugly
sore for a year, but a box of Bucklen's
Arnica Salve cured me. Its the beas
salve on health, 25c at all drug store.
Thirty- Peeson Rteported Killed.,
Berlf April 9.---A dispatch to The
SLokhl i Anetser from S' Peterstbrg, PL.
daed yfeterday ays 0 person. halve T
been killed as1d 10 were injured dur- PEDTGREE
1ng the bi erd rltbansea near Nlshki, A m

Bluousness, soouy stomach, constipa-
- tonana-I itllvr 1s O a-re red by
Hood's Pills
The noh-irritatltg. cathartic. Price
26 cents of B.t drungglsts or by mall of
C. I. HooA & Cok jLoweU. Mass.

Is offered for the return of an hour 1ost
Apt with, 60 pearls, each pearl set with
60 diamonds, Young man, have you
ever caleulated how many of these val,
uable gems you have lost in the last
month-thie last year? Don't while
your time nway, but attend
and take my word for it-you will have
nd regret coming to you. Day and
night classes. Come and let's talk the
matter over.
Roosin s2-I Miller Law Exchange,


Just received an assortment East

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Developing firms at reasonable prices


Hm 121 W. Maist. a.

-Vill stop your rent and buy
you a home. For information
call on "



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Compoundig Preacriptions.
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G. 8. MERCHANT & 0G.
Retailers and Jobbers in

Staple and Fancy Gr nories,

Grain, Garden Seed and FerIllizers.
Highest market price paid for Chickens. Eggs and other Prt4duce

A Complete stock of Hay, Corn, Oats, Flour, Bran, Meal, Ootton Seed Meal
and Rye. We handle only the VERY BEST .goods at the LOW
EST PRICES, and guarantee satiafactiOn always.

Air Line Railway.

7. 57 | 33 | SOUTHERN DIVISION _12 50
i X p 2 10 p Lv ......... ...J... Ja ksoa Iliae................ a 7 4 t ..1
10 12 8. 44 P 2 sO P .. ... ...... tldl .......... .... ... t a

s. ".c edap KP ...... .. & 12 5 .
1' 40 10 p 4 20 .......... ........... al ................. 888 42o 2.0.

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1 5 pl2 P o a ... ... ..o ..... ..... .. .. .. t ... . ... .. 1 42 12 10
2 5 p p 12 3 a ....... e......... ...... l alwo .i ..... ..... ... ... t I
4 P i .. ... ... ........... a ity ........... ... .............. D ade i m I 1
5 1P 5 a32 ........ ... Plant Cmety........... .... . 1
9 1 5 a. ............. .. --.Palmet .....' .. ....... .., .. 4 ... 1
S2 a11 ..... .. ... ..... ...... a pae ......... ....... .. .....
L Juckaonvtlle............ 00 70 12p V J onle ...............
+ArFerna ndo na ........... l 0 p 0 A Lak City... .. ... 51
Ar rn awliek............ 20p 109 p....... A LlveO T~.." . ....... 3 '
Ar'Sava.an ..............2'5 P11l1)8 4"55p ArMadleon.i.. . .......: ". 7 2. 1 i'
Ar FaIrfax..............S.. S i144a ..... ArMonuoello...... ...." ..... i e,:
.......... lop 20a....... ArTaahaee..... ........ 9
Ar Columbia .............. 540p 8 a Ar n ....
A Camden............- 740p 564 atO 14 Ar liverJuotlon- ,',...........
Ar Hamlet..........."..... .. 56p 8 Q] tvii Pe oeo ... ..... .... "
ArRasleig oo... ........ .. .ICR 10 4 ia' 28L 'a J k nvi -...' ..
At Portsumouth ......... 9it 55 p.......Ar Macon.....
Ar Rileimond, Va...... t Qai 8121p' 640 A A,..M t ........... .
Ar a intoren....... ........... i5 p880 pli o 5 hattauoga...... ,,............
At New 4orkt..........t... 13 P.",Chl ta . ...

otnections rfor PahIne^,o Manatee and Oneeo o 7,.except Sat urds.
-from (nainesviile. "
Train 34. Seaboard New York Limited, daily; solid :v`estibulJed trai""
Auigistine and Sacksonveihl to Ne v Yok COMP o ed" r and uP

San d Wiltos. ds cr Oraiel rtI a so
,$ c rrs "lm artnb ent ear and observation eenar"s".' "
Seab50,ardabNard Expressdrawinches 1nai Pullbggage i pers b'
ieJacksonvilllea and Waalhiigtona band daw roa m n Jacksonrl
tEIand Waahington.aa-Afeddining NO .e i rom ,l .

,No. 27, Pullman parlor ears, between 'Jacksontivile a t a
SfO LAros, Alaoho, Wan
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SE ON4 RAOLe iduEtEit i

r of Colored Industrial
chool Gives His Views.



No. 8, ThIN 0e., 060"1, 0 iz
mseted a .grea4' l l.of i.e thl$
he probabiti U ..... thei,.i..
tbrivejn laei, u opay, people l
[owing':i Qicra de elete-d irAtei:l *,
uingAsrik z4tW ^eew^idept, 'tor
rter, .'.r 'r teaidnti,'T. QO. theory h,
iee-Pre.Aden, H W aits asaertalK
1'i WR. *R.; Audre sot.; tldheo 4 A

:a:rtlgue', Ginapeot r, so81utlpl w
09*' sfliduotor, '0. IVOver %,lnoe w
l NMoDoneU;, Trustees, tie:colore
t A:' meirodl H. 0. irent on th) e
ItGentin41,- B. TiV, O~ne; ^spair, whaat
ltght Sentinel, G. i. Wells; problem?
pel, E.S. Keinnard. .-In our agg
ar L"den, after aiucueasfully has precededod,
the order and leaving it in more than in
ia here, departed yesterday resourcesI- Of i
i4e in Haksoniiiln. He ex- 'on the State
rooted' in .a short time. to cessity of ,eni
, where. another camp will be .,the itdvantagp
,ation for coli
It comn pletei as
ELLIS HOMOT*AD* for.ied that
istoric Pf'operty. n 'iy Be- r0 ato
.Ingl Removed that th0 negro
one the fewremaIning relics ready with tV
te-bellum days 'are being te this form of
ie oae to bnildin fcoute .-. A '. ffAwnl

architectre. tIt will be ut ai-
i a short time when the hi

L Oak Hall will .be
mnd so modified, tha
fistics of ito natural C
e been swept away,
6ntemplate many moe

i illls homestead, w
7ears on West iibert
ider o"'de days.,befo
Ig torn away in ord
modern, up-to-date
itoro building hi
slf the past fifty y
ally the property
'ho sold it in 1861 to
Ind"anaittar tame,
rtielug *1,006in or
On this property Oa
good wife residbed U
thelr death, rfaiing
At the death o0 Mr
M ago the property.
,of th4 estate, in oo
will of that lady. T
ts recently purchase
the homestead,
being torn down.
en let for the erec
antial ,dwelling, w
begin as soon as

s Two Prom De0
t daughter had ai
of whooping o
Swrit0H Mrs.,
A "rmonk,T N.
orI r em`edies fa
0 with .Dr. Kil
r .nieco, who

drfol moedicela
v~ ery ato,
eart :Intl.
0i- 8O and l.(
all drugtlt

Follows KiiiI
amifly .. Penl

4 IrI an'$ so


~tea Ia' a

Low'ell c.
1 re 14le owii
a, f' ;B
I' .<>

thAui far been
the race Dlrob]

:-One of the greatest,
which the attentignt o0
ts of these United Statoil
ed,4s this so-called race"

have declared ,that an
in governmeiitalt affairs
eace out of chAos, but,
'ians ran the government
eiglt years .with all ad'
iblo in their favor a1lb
zed the whole State by
station and placed oui
back grounds of legiti-
tried to demonstrate &
clh a solution could ,be
TLinIent as time itself--
land and a mule in
or the grand old king-
bit ill vain do we seO4 a
i this process.
Consistently sought
's industrial content-
is of hiseindustrial deo
e solution to tho race

than any other thAt:
Sand lu our State
rtee in the .Un.on




i- imtlortatdo ,urge
liilization the no .
Sng and 4i4isin
Industrial e4i-l?
uth, and to make
le. Still I am in-
a class of men
ago that inidtts
only dupcation
have, are nOWr'
assurance thakt
ducation is t*
button th&, hil'h;
the solution Of

Turned -Amalgamnation i oc
t all tlhei of the aces will about
sonirdltionI lution I do i B eve 1
"as 0th reator Iiteinded i nore
dern im- did for the rowainH l t
S geithe ror or the'ox iai t
rhict has eqtaly yoked tott p
ty street But th key to t ti
de wah" race problem rests
or to give of thes suggestlon ce t
cottage. said to be 10, ro
as been United StOats, ind tt e
'ears. It scented a problento t erI
of F. V. pie for 283. years, ij ci
sT[solved8. -let the .la ,er
the con-. UitonteBl^ M di
afederate foitheIntians, to res flv
,pt. Ellis of. the Uniun for th
t.t the place them tinder mit
al.ar would be greaterre 0
p;lile a "than thie t xSlave Pe i
pae4 'to ter than any mingratio0
mTji4noe the probleii be olved;
. ,B, and conmplaaits igaminst inece
ed all in- ,thti shall the adt
and the induistrialeducation fo0
Th4 oon- more.clearly seen t
tlitof a rOila g o humtanit, be
ork pol shall the everlasting vie
the lo0t *d, Yot ly violence. whl
S:' reaction and: wors dl1as
th. gentle, irresistible for9 .
t almost ilaojon. SA- Vi
Sand or"iUvertroublesand ",
S. There's ,nothing bette ln,
Y,"bitt Thtan Littl Eairly RipeIts,
fled we little pils, eft t
g, flWew T 'always eafftt .i ,u
id cont doctor bills.
Sitt all other pills. They de
desperatee the system, but ae As a
d to Dr. tissues by arousing' thie ser
ino other restorin the riverr to tho. t4f
Iltble"-r ine ltnctios nttetral
bt fbo or antolesa m. ;

1T' W. "StRckert I"t H!vte 0i
ne-- I, *t Homes i.41ie 4
The hdsoma3 i e resiueldei
',-4asn Bteelt, whtlb, As been unads
it Sidney of construction h lniortbaut
i, arven v ille fog th, p t few aoniths,
isg Trace ly iarlnl. ieu.i I n, S
son river ert and his iteretait ngr fal!
to be coutortably quartearAd
new homu in aboit thilee wje
. aave Tha sl.t -f 1*41$12I'

It .... .w .... .... 4 .. g*

6 .1t thwo After La Odppe-lMW

tl feeling .. of. weaEr's~ i
M ,^f -t lrchrtt<

the so-
that the
than he
flock to-
. be un-

of the
here are
B ilt the
oena pre-
ican peo-
innot be
Sof the

ve statess
oes, and
ws. This
n for us
mo shall
shall the
be hush-
es of an
negro be
eanl the
d; thua
by the
Ad leg-


Y outing ometn may avoid
much'1sickness and pain, says
M As Al.a Pratt, if they .will
oaly have fith I in Lydia .
Pi ikhIna's Vegetable Compo'und.
"I.feel Ait :y-' (1ty to tell ;:1 yonnun
Woflhtm how mwh .Lvdti. 1,. Pint-
linvuls wonriorLf'l VOvSjithlo Con--
io)ilnd hits dOnu fOr .). I w "; ornt-
1it sChol, au : did not etare r any kinit
4 &sOtio uty, b t now I fool l1o i ntaw
person,t an l hove gained seven ound
: flash in three muonthv-. -
1L reekot amend It to all younxi womeai
who asEr, from fatmale waiknesd."--
MWIss Ai, lk PATr, ollmy, Mic\.fSa
f~oq) IT ortyllI oabowvelIW ert proving nuire.nesas
lij'of s 5 l:iod ,'
....._:....YO -WOM N. .
AU g gtirhi, iAt this period of
Itt nestly Invited to write
Ptp M iaIM for advice ; she
S 11 t Ai motherly way
Od a l yyow, Womeun;, her
sltc y i re l .Lynir.- 'it i.
JaI.4 V to0. the etter slht: -s re-
oeivlig from O amiy young gi' W Mra.
Plhatrs iolned to the belief that
,o6w glare, pviuhed ltegether too
?t ltmitof thetreBdmirinoe now-
di'yli ou* r pubtillo mehools and iemlu-
it-si le;s earni4aj nd more health
needeLd. 4 Gowers of Long

taple Sea Island Cottoa will find

it to their interest to communi-

oate with THE CAMXRON
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tn,,S. 'tl.ts

,-1 i Broith U a



For Silo by

ThIe Florida

Fruit and Truck Grow r

One Year ... $1.00
Single e1pe .- ......... .. 10

A handsomely illustrated magazine
devotwd-spcctilly to the interests of
tht fruit wad vegetable growers of
'A special trial subsoription of six
months will o s nt on tooeipt of 25
oents. Stamps taken.
L. J. 1HUMIly, o0Nfiia, Flit,-

NotlooiIs hereby gl ven that 1't, .. Itianminid,
Durobaor of .TaX 0ior'tllaIto No. 1 ,
lrattttof tltiday o t July, A. DA I, Im 11i!

.Nw or-N w 4, lesm L0taoroa, Seo 93, i to,
Tho matl( Hlno behiai almeeI atit thal niHtto of
ithe lal.nulieoftf suohe (rtilloateInloI tthe im of
1, I,., P rierl, Uulo t "oltid (ltort, lillo
hiutl be mottoo d i n i to liw, taix d okldtt
'wf l Wooi horeol ohn- t ho itiih dy of AIpril
A. 1). 11M.
WiltnissWy ol0oii i A nturoand liwali thlis
.tle loth tiy of Maroh. A. 1, 1W.11.
1i. 0 .ICIN'I'ON,
C.... ,0 -quit -- . k .1V ...... ..

h M1i 0 0 oiIse,

WholeTiiIe Liquor Dealers.

Bottlers of Wm. J. Lemp Brewing Compauy's St. Lonis

Beer. Key Trade Our Specialty.
on Application.
b i .

1246 to 1258 W. Adams'st.,


Jacksonville, Fla.

. .,a-..all .l I P.liP Tillwnira.w t1nmthirAiTl

Tnme Table in effect k.lnuary 4, 191W2.

SN o. 6.K o to. N o 8
R.' ily Daily, TATION$. DlaU ily: | frDo
Su da .... I y" "

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7 .......... .. .. .Ir....
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b "". ..Roly Pott., I- ... *
K 8- . . t. -,, .. g a | .

71 j .:. | .... ,,. ....... "t.... o ...$"" "
O T AL 7 7, ,- _. ,. S31 o 07 '
01 O j?* l110

"o,,a ...- i g ,H.

il.-.t hiMrd oeors u
ItABIk. F'reaI


In -e -i

buy uuttylou. aveReOM W
I Isi i litgaut

Ma. hu k8a
DO- Y-OX wtnt t 8Ae g Ca

N lathus& P

.TV OW T"lll, IPOR A 4','P'

Iest pli4nO for ,;iti. trytn) olmltat, stan4ls hli* ,
tane IO ti e i i -s, ont Ot o ":' 'of
beast Averi
a. t 0 14,W .'. '- -

Sold by uiiontiyuossly foi '

without a singla.ilufil If ^3
want a pliano t for a lif:!O etitxh* s
servi'd|e ly. 'the ,
la!:~iW;Xi i

Pi1oes 1 low MasIla ooVlAtiitattt 'II l6i*ii*
iCtah or on elmy tlrr i" 1ti3,) t l0 t i ySiy4
trial. W .pyfriehtlh .WOrli :
1wr srt O.Ple A- '. .-: ..:!

Southern Music Ho01
E5~1 lii El ,*

Farmingldp am

Nalls, Iron, WIMI, lM.P,
tvgs, Beltintga Packli,

j Botlght in Car]Lot. So lh

Sle't Oneo C Our ( atalot

Baird Hardware
SW 1 A1StVtLLE,-


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415 t WO<tIf:I

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I citsQtwkes 4

:q g-l4nau O oe y.oOt ot am-
#7i07 ." I, ,'If, I;-.

"wni *:+s;,_ rak , of Len,
SPao1"e- .,I &o91esll of U1666

met~ HYoih,' your" gtilittm.nd
6ip1 0i)vimy i m (~^1Ao ..,

4It w-'to.wIi llfl it ( n'ly" 1, I m tter of.' time"- nBun, l i
4It i yo -.ir ndl"1 . ..t.

f;E i lntree hepc i fual~-~, .ell 1i. th It Illl.'
;, or o ,. ll In W0bl i -,if.e ll v i ecl)( y ei e that I? .
I^b "-^l^ 0l^',Sbe. --- -; r'

t6al atill f orvh o 0a.
S' provide pep oft 4hn tit w.eed you." Gorgi',
f oyor "ag t ,ou, tooistros ,ulatdIb s! w,...-
'f cgt m 1r: I 1f; mean .i'm thI Uin-.tBo stho 'i -
,eOwestolto L.. .
Ml 0 `t6 o q v1 to ictiee. 1

Lqy. p l8to ha e

w!,. 46U 1 w..a ou. .PAid n +! have under*
4' i. tme ntt f .' a lon .- Roso ra -

-* .
p o -ions t it,
baW! o$ *as
AR,^ ^i~.
^^ '^'^^*'^:;:.^^to rt.;*K-^^ft^y:-fe-tefrt,~a
|i|^t^ 100w.,;^S^ Life tt
^I ii ^^ t fr i ogtatotn r~-
!|lj li; )^ ; -;*.'' ^ ^ }. *_.It

O-U. -., 0 l CAUSES. ERUP

4jaV A zentos-Pal- TIONS AND WEAKNESS.

.4ti on-.-Orill, rhair-
I row ', Moorery and VInl Makes Pure, Rich,
'o'tthe t of the other comit fled Blood.
tee~ ar "l"so 6 "
Ap r"':" a 1 ison of Pol. r- CAUSE WE KNOWN THIS
...led .. . baw Corn- P1 .
d."o-. l.p, *"WE-BUARATEE. ITS ACTION.
1 bey. y n outsty Organisa -
0 Ad i *4..-on, ----o. .
446 ,.d -I. teral is.orde. Wve ev ery ay
] *r':A t too facepe^h se .oe plainly
4uQh areYorpraoat *ow that tber issomet$i0ngrd0oally
'Bi wi i Pat**141 Wint ail of our lowoitizus to
a (Ikne .8WfR oa spl endid blood -purlfier
'.. ..... a r a 4 ,. referto Vtmol,
W lessi of, Jacksge. AN ia64 o we have bere tated, It
M I .d.. h m iw*4ai to. highly omeneetr1ced
ghAt.s, 'eel' Ptub 'l *l!at m the pIerls" o. l ecs- thles,
P41bio Printing, M lim mea A te tai forutely w e
r.anu, A l. :: 4 in -lWvsr oil, aud which made
4n, Whdn State Jir5 oo rIud not e tain grease or
F : : Forety, Miller. +, le ad ,o a e oe a
skill. R'..c i. ordedmln *spon every one 'of the
cook..' Fisheries., Sa Mi.lis WI. t vital orgte tnd t by invigorat-
son. of Jackson., *:*. ; a:::'nd Ri -rt t pe o s trength, enrbue-
Benator ThoMuas Pahet, *lrform t
borough, iso birtann of th; *oumit" Vino') qteot en the stotriaeh is mar'
:," toe on Cons tutional l.'A I* te els. It tones op thls; the. greatest
and a metmbet of the co1*fd Oa, f oaS.* oo thebWd40o, and enables
Jtdriaru, 16d wdhieritiooh
Judiary, ApppritiondI the necessary elen*nts to
ount-y Origanlstion,Q land Ii Ih^ at muscle tiaaMe, bonut
Labor. .Ii40i* sdn 4 rIch, red blood
Senator Bro w. of ,." .Id i4 Wt Irmeipt of an letter, fVao n
a bill to re pr the -wom hISin r"Ad s'
.: eight judicial :-rtets, t ae k Vio after a bt attack of
-"; with the oon.t...." 6o6 om e .good did it ,ome
with the constitutionl sd my sister to tak It.
Srattifed last Novebe.r, 'to
M, :. . .L' Had no a&
i.mow* seven routs inh te Ste.* w"-bo .waa very p.
t-'. In tho e Hoou :. a'- -.
The day in thi Houe we tam 1 Fl
"n providing com, t ,m.,to i( ""
:;ate school a Ont&;5et ltISttMaVeth t $s please conne it' and
44nd- in a lengthy disotti|:o of the ooTn' m 1 re lwa. glad tg1
Ait.tee organleationefl$, F *-*
U41eM0wg is th6 o1mplete liat of* Vn
faeersomoer: W" bai you,
S ~peaker.--roinwell Glbbo"a, of t1) w
IIle It wI Cot' :., .. I .
Sw .... ... .. .. .

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, t

* t

to' -to.
T ,f5A .:tle w -,te

ie, h Sh.lohp~p rt-, ...mriaioU,
.d es. ,ted b tizeIns of tbe city,
isitekL Jooemkont tponltat and' 01okG.
riagg battlefield, TIh will be ten.
ered a bnquet 1., thia city tonight

'BS. caaga al, b
SProminpmt entt.kan Dead, ..
Oa. natil, .April 0 ;-A. D. Brya.,
orier 4zteetanut deerxor at sa
ucey, ite'4 at his' hOme In .4ingfto
y He. was for years a oa4ing te
ornaeys we1 as promiAeabt ila lolH

Nted Painter Dead.
frdos, A1rI -.1 4--wosba Wood
"tymp, .'L, the water color o4t.
t afl4 o*f Ar.| 'Wbytper, the4
Lk*1aS 44 4lDtat*, I. deati. i wolldA
Reya %4I 4e 0on April a'.
we w BR.VITI . .
The pronalsed eight over the Btb,
to6wz senes te$led to coame o.
eaIr Aodmiral George X Boltma0
t*tde Tudat',y at Key. WV t 44 o"1
. m eaxy, ', w..n f ,o. ; *'
ae Speaks, the youte mta shot at
Danviln, bye Wiliam SWynn, died Toes-
ay afternoon.
The eiorida. leilature convenedl. o
Tuesday and the Democratic. eiarees
weri oUly etltet4. M eptm
The manm Cbsapnea .upesmed to be
the original "Jck the tB4epr." WAs
hanged in Lotedari Tued~y.'
It now seexas esta1Ushed that Ai
thur l. Plennell obbed his clieUnt of
20e0,000 int enabwoE to ,i0a.
LeRroy Thrasier, of Quotmain t3.h
was iarrled in New Yerk w eatseray
by.Alderman "Toe Su.n a lvan.
Ajmericnes wturtaintlf g ti on4nras
allege that a JSUlted States" conail is
beitig held by the Sierra forces for
The renewal of the Dreyfus dWScuS-
slon caused a atohn .In the French
chamber of deputies. Many deputies
cried "Go to Berlin!"
For the fourth time Carter Haurrison
has been elected mayor of pbicago
Wi plurality over his RepiblicBa op-.
ponont being about s>eoo.
In defauLt of $25,000 bond fixed by
federal co milsalmoner, 0. H. Sims, the
Idefaultltvg baI'k. ierk, was returned
to the TowevL. Q await trial.

Our 8Sprip g

(Ind whW know and
S.:,in ,prin n an
S mmer DressGoods have
sited our store. Theli
i. dct has been unanihi
0ou- that our stock ,a
M'oie : varied an bet
.elected 'ever showow' tA
h city. We have a"l the
ew things in White
od L ns, organies
.. Dimities, Mulls, Swig
tc. Oailto see us. -

I G WH^ ^^ ^^^^^ ^


.,, President G W. HYPS ,VI resident

is and i d ed. ; '000 00
""an' i +.." 00 o

8ol I iAaUme t "i "

LI .- I

The tarng inthe co0tst for the
Par. millions hs. begun In NWT York '
One wtiieas swore .yesterday that Mrs. CO
Plir toutlived hs. Buband.
''*he Pre ident iUooevelt arrived NE
ka byND^-h-eree-ed - _
a number of t'tIdtan chiefs, aomen of
witom iEa ght egatiat Ouster. in Se
iTuMatriage Market. -.
Hi. Honor Jodge Mason has been Ad Lad
happy for the pat two days, the matri- 1ade
nmoInlal market-harvig taker a sudden
sprint. It is aaunqsual thing for this
season of the year, and the fact that it
has revived goes a. evidence that
something is. doing in the matter, of
connubial ipeIot a tfns...
The follow licenses have been is-
sued within lhepast two days': D.an
3J dnkina and.-Ele Martin, Sam 8tin-
son and Nellie Vaughn, H. Adams and
Htarriet BrownJas. C. W.ill-as and
mnma Robinson, Frank McDonald and:
Mart Brown.
'in the last instance the genial Judge '
peiformed the ceremony in. his usual
dignified mnanuner. "How .uch do" OOGE C
yet hilge, edger' quer id thp
groom, when the : ob was completed
and his was tied by a knot to the wo.
manwho had etqod up and prom d
Stodo lt ooking- for the remainder o 'El A. "
his nMatural li. ID T I
.., * w now me 1a. o).+ DirleilS L

,ay:qtho Olt,


acksonvi I e's Fiest

ji ; F. JO. iQ







.o ar, torbar ii lo( Ad
9. ti j .s n

TXe FAiaO JIsmwA, Ae Ir w t, Ii t
u 0 4 n Vop3 c too iouM0 .8 en
06mrd ah IM1 a 0esoieeor

of I me In. "VSu e* hs^^16^ ^,'1^ a heavy backacih o su {> i 9 & rue *^r:Wa

tsd-t ^a.^ Nee S tr*ee 04 bell. I itoorrof e pftn a Itwhl( ra gt S. Ath eo hook BookP e w s oaAtt.lev M OM
t. d I it W bele, 5 a o Noc. 33 an4134 13M*v York and F loo 4r4

...... .. ..11 o il's41o7pe 5Wana M al e Ale. I^o ad430 waShWnPThn ndFl idw IUnited. PO.l'-A 4

Oarrtochihl .. divSed 13 1 : rs ............s

tbt1 nr oio te otis 5 topH p. ... MA r.s I uo . V.he,. b ., Roo.. himr to go. Q O
""I o*,thQ em r od iwna ^ 83 ^ tih t. Dr.. Fi .e !a44al, i 86 1 2 r... .,.1..,.. :6 te *
1.s111i 1 *. s 431 Ar. z4.LV*'ame, V

ae:> squre tand sp chal d0* dIght o ot 4II oro 1en onte da tlo t4.yan18ore na I. .
N tStop". nor4 CA 4ttfic

#dt,'rempt agetoat A m' e es dal sulyteur Pon di e.worhat me

IOU P bel.>h 8,1 o M4e and 3-1.1 and

o i a li ie n't t Chcao Ine Ioao r L. llue ot of to.. 1sto uroi e..... ..,tOWO .Skith
Cue. I 55di NaW
iket th ~ 'gr ofth co a d' A.. \i 'tse al t)14, oflAtAre eti t t QIt-- - -
X)o'sln tIle, z re esint; hed out ears L etvy xm jceksorp eu.i d th anwtIY

rt intp 'h Ie r Are ..vr oVo,. y Uver e.k 0 ,.o a mu Ohio ... ... Li,
ewed 14 r g t xt elay t hi wa" 01e teatt b A tor th B5<)t0 1n .55I HI' 50 Ar.l....oU b..... ....... .. Tean......... ..

----ol*e-- hs w o len woy *r apcaYtalaj t os**i u 1aop Ar LirM.. .. u a i
n e v aIt It o. t c e-. .. . .... .y H at A ,.. ...

pe of9 whit men. leie touch with pop ntie mteni ll *'* I"nnp*'l111' co"'t 1^.ts. Nu. L 11 lohuLhs dilwIny, xu s.1 bui^etl t.Thr In neeW S
Koinsl, a na e ly ove q he t ae noter i. a0,T 0U. ., iI tAPiP
bu~dth of 1tw 1 T i er wtoud 170nd11n a 104 t..Jie 5 t, r.ab n

sy atgem t ad one t1hin43 ltrbsw n th e pert the ndce50 WeAthe undersigned, h0reby r ati rt...........
jorete Jim. S "Yuoan rucQt a tS. e e h to pa. 81,000 to n m 1at1r, o p 3 a A n Mtlot. 4 :e .:
-hnO ed untn pa oe.e0 Ar. uata. Ietio ophaoni ,.1n Iur TsPI
em^lve C<^^tt^ ".11.tffi'f Md hun to, W,

f hemtent *t -aw twseo imB. S a turnedd at n uona ss A5 re i n5chn r w&.n ^k
twrtt I a r aurfae pe t or o lg

r1tinue th.edcthie i '. he .onvethW4e3tles a ttmsour -. 4. 1) A.nNo Jac"Ia so. vi ..d Kan."..-r L
mour .agehtcabOt oter- n C pal1 .17r. N tOl,. t.l.... -...... .I1 : :

SBot speak the trth.4 TheI0 KL.ng ito phaltt. or a. o> the produce of A., .. 1*
hiqs 04ry o-wledadat here T s5in Ii) atAr. ndots thtraol lel 'hna.pplied t lo a .It.\U s-o

tue ---ti ,he o t.bo. as L inln ye the 1t relsi**eglt hi t we pere for a TIerod f fiv,' CU lfOki0....,. O tl W. .? . iii.
he, the A or to w I as Us,,odWe.

00wo o, eld,0 eId ov ilo,. U. S t.
b d.<- i- - -t - - - - 600-- - - - - - - - ...l ....... ..-..-... ... v,.-. ... . --'.. -^.-p.-.--, .--. -

n tle o-Wad e, h rte toI a rna g' t .. Ie-na5ci. t. Ar. ':

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Wi h & elalyel.~ o e eii~ y i ehd opy.,0 o ay m1 afcuo fvaraslat Cll~olu t. 0111o' el. Jur Vat Oa r 1..)....l ,2j1.t~ lo~ih
a with hiar. W stand lag up~~~~~~~~Ton a y mea 630 341) 7 ) 'f Cloago. ..... ~ ~lE~.~ MII1V~LIUE r~ .11l'5451P155w101 ~5p0

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0tocoouss *iv U. -C oUs

- ^ E|yeB & '2?> w o ,<^ ; t ; a th .e.V .*t1 itI 'it-Ww

us^4 lat I'' tl''' S*ij ^serve^ lb- '' u). *Zp 0t t~ * .- hA WA* .-i-''.:A-
*@tltB.t sit 4 wem h n ,e wtboim !* of ** -. -. I7' B J -' .o .

a at ******ie ttar Isur the pwt
is 4,e.. qerd san't r Ins huea ea SAtVPR 8 OCLAM AT OtE
~Iit go Sol

taq Wnow; tha t ts sh stths s
F M. - TE I LY
4i* re-. 0t4Wll i j tie 4t
b***t t%,t u Ita tow* 475

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meam a Thel 0A ilA n

W:ti a kind uo o.attIoa roh
com^th of hisa / e'as^ M*g

' lrenn Im iwpk with ot ease6.
Mr. ato w^ W. ^l1lii ^
1: baby of. W:lo : re visit. a tp
,city yesterday, + r, Mtll+ .!Is Rn
tensive naval stores op tat i
Waldo, and hais t iness heret"e0
ly. Among his purchased it
was a handsome buggy from O1*
S:.A DIavis. .*
A.o, : g the prominent visitti
: Jacksonville ia . Horatio D..
lneaville, one 'the most 'ii
S.Aoent attorneys of the State. ,
'i:7 ,8"avis ln here to attti to some 3i
oa'atters before tn e Waited :
aotdt tnd will reuas n the olt
; ,'" 'Whe. ladies 'oft t!'8i i 'tl..Ad'

'; *Ohristian ohucroh "t-. at the h
t lie 0. 1. ia2l pril 4

niod .th young ile ito
ua of Geanters. is aa64y
B^te^ ^iti Fr'-' e Idayf~u eve 'n.^Bttki" lk *

..iM ..... nte"w
S1teiO4-4e6thable 6coloreb Ias

1Aqta was 4 Misa'Tuifker, *af'tr a pleasant visit t6
ry.er sier, Mrs. V 'IDuke, re ttirned4
yest+rdAy ono honyetery
Pe Qak.; ; ,s received, bQ*.cmtll I of
Wae48.tIsr, hic sr ow on
minah hs re* .tmy alAeore. Mr.', S.. W Z'eend
1 trip :thrptigh A. 4rper, the. pilan man, ha* re',
t.", ed fron. a saooesful business "rip
lever traveling to .laka and other points.
rinJac. ale-Yong full-blood and
S. ":r- :. i cows. with yoeng, calves,
Syehterd' for ,ShoNmoot Simonton., ;a.ded
itmateoM the ,F0oly% Kidneyi'h Oue n ak .ktdns

nI lie.1 n-g. Soid by. 9. Walace't fadrug
'Wall' M isses r ula Ballklnight and Ostran.-
of leanotpy 'Lule olelbugi it thiseits, returned
yesterday4 Re to t#ei heie at? archer yesterday'
Sttoleri bytai The, ;"et phiio: (Jhimbarlain's
_.l *Stobatnaeb dIj vet fTle a o
all i040 .40he y t0
a 0,4rad' the .I ru:g cmpni
n .. r ). and s. W. 0. S ofleld o hron..

4y. Mr. Seoofei, i. well'n wn ewhero,
WONv l, :.. .,-e'.h .a t,"
avi olwngi be egag n .the .fish b-il
.0 i.em, ,em.ib the Easter egg hut on,
b W. the vestty lawn 6f Holy Trinity church
., l iono a afternoon ae'i"-, 4 o'elek. -OThe-
Of the 'ut*to pubiid : cordially. invited and -the
ith hadquatr- boys are requested to bring their
^ift^bo plas- dimes and A ngdga n i- the rabbit chase.

r Ja'ksouvaille, Where he has aacept-
b 4 06 e4 W pstion as' shipping leri f"or
^*^tbtg for Sti'nglielled Bros. Mr. Robtngon't
frit ends t.,ovet t .him. eave but
-f I has bor`
St. Chae, An1get for Flo ida of the
OkbleV Pia 0 oOmapy, is i the lty

I oreeted tombatene over the* grave of.
a.ir-. Jo.' H.ewiio-Lf-e the 0--mDemo-
vi itage tomowho rethMy camaUe ,no-

atd nl and zo thto oniontheo hw
lthed g ;,tle liver and
a 1ge tbed oauGinll numerous
S be ayndo put p rery ba
e'mU goo thP Ampon' tver thing oiw to
0 kod of )tn My,'n ((^ l. B,.Lewis. ;:':He. drove
Os at he and, here to al s
T 4 eecte onibtomx ande ove the grave of

rat p.0 easl ae.
ll#rA ^ 1s A d alrlered rtonmach may cause no
St6e9414' t ed o trot"ibl'e. W"hein thes stomach
4i1ti.afll O to + p rfAorm ,tfiitidnatlithe, bow.-
ti ibe1 eranged,- *;the liver and
Ltg a dieaMi, tmost tetai which, are
Iil -ipd theref11&iOreth ore to be,
^* *tnp~reaee d 'e~de4. Th portansthing 'U, to
^'^ Sft otor the ai6A6Ch and liver to a
tre c^hi0.0nd tionaid fi-rt this. pus-
ll ^ ^is. tboet prIepartioanbq used
^ kab e J'ov asia byallduggfts and medicinee

A ong .he protmijeiat vitstors to
T Jakonvile yesterday was Dr. J. F.
)ioIS.ttary Jr. ,-o GaineevtUlle, Who was
oithis c .. Austine, where he
s* a ttUqIt4tt he tiee ting of the Fon-
.& et 4 Idial. Awoo0latlou. In refer-
*ao, thwe bxUiiness to come before,
hOt this upieting, the Doctor
,nid sothi.oe of the most important
tW iati iwa the prepratlon- of a bill
to (re="1e one itate KamininIng .oard
It : 404' of one to eah ,of. the. jud ioil
4 olowtist H.* belI.iv that; this bill
4) wll b provided for at'.this sesao. of
Sthe ltdmtiton, S ad that it. will be
peain byi t1he Legislature." Dr. .Mo-
* to ktntr" i th chairman of the Demo*
* of -tatl Ex.oo.i.ve Committee of Als"
BB. oowoa y,ad spemiber of the eto
d *ase Oou ittee from that OQU4 b
Ai ,, . * 'i""
Sl ip tInlter Recommenda
Ciwc.mk:I t holera and

i 4, New Ol.

o ,WAaaert.ro th- ofty
se y V7 ore* tp ation

Sh0.* .aad 5 .. .lark
V ofty yeste4r ofe
f ,r 4 A yt l o t o f s o r
at*, boe:. w
3. F)*e0hr Hillb ia retsrne4 fr
J3sotll l, wbrl e went to ptar
hbaN 4046tt npid l s fsor bif new

Fole *ldtey Qire if taken in timeW
w;rdo e4 pi h all kidney and
eri d by W. Wal-

tiiseje rge. 01a
&l pvit daw w o
adpt o. 0 mith; o- f the comer-
Aal department A jw Florida s arl-
iobslse' AVIrD
n s etoin Jaspet, depart-
qedalelrkap in ^ Iouse of

Dr. Hason Iodget of ines.
ille passed thronghi J'ksonvlt i e (fe-
Where hifle goes to attend th. meeting
oiAdk i isa o t eethe a pmrominent
nUild friend. in *ll parts of Florida- e
'.i ., .oes*Unmiiono..e
Chronic Brochitlia Cu to
,"or ten year I had r brogo btope- '

.rehetaolow. fiiam, n1o ef Ihe '
..seas. an~are wh~ise"~ weraitei
fionse sTar.tl i e s e amoot
Inirsedi. iusi ld ,Ia o ef th
eopai' i6. O..,d ore s fetaoe An
TlYar anud "l vsith uatfifactloW"
8oh by;iii+ W he. c oit"a1 he'e. .ro lostt.

tiravu Sioiat i of E. F. S. Willonthe
den ot Baeoienrracks. ;

Darr wl411enen 0 1 thei: oe0 of i u.
*peraltendont 1OiII ian sl, .at the bar-
rskt, hbi evening -at 7:80e o'Dloek.
dith a panelpmiarl ith BttiBga$-to
tion will do at their drintal reunion,
'a blob' *l oonvqne inothiiso otyE 8 i.
A full attendance jis tarreatiy. r-
queate4 at 'this meeting." The lyets

tee olege oo enen eeses
and it Io the 4eire to retain the bsal
*tt d thnr eve atolo of the present

pub[l* generally that 'DeWitts Witcho
duel Saove Il the only salve oh the
unadulterated witch hasel. De lte'.
WitoI Hasel Salve has pured thou-



onan app
s.ix; eeks,
siderable dl

writes 4ed.
Ob., Kan., "
and suffering
;dued to try 1
wb4ch relieve
, edi, h.

a great,: d'
trtm.s." 2,

Morse Belonj
CJper Whi
'The horse
bu~gyqo Dr.,
follow h



b' "iT

o0 1


p Ohr
so e

sands of oases of piles that would: not
yeld to any othe treatment, and this
utbR* i&rbughih a wh
counterfefi.-:I.,Those perSons who get
;! genui:ine DeWitt'D With Halel
Salve are nervr disappointed, because
It cures. Bodlitod 4 MoOollum,

.CiontS iogrt the Poor.
oA n*tol $ beenl tihe iiprove-
iat the f he nowpoor arm,
that t.th^ resos3 :^ t' aoccnmnodation
of the county d httute has become a
right attraWlive n*t a, d it may be
uali that Alabta'* pensioners are at
least comfortably ad plentifully pro
vt .ed for'^ . ....
W. Malphun h"at r Ua completed
at the tarn a nseat, *ubtantial bull
t1 of five !rooo, wb .h W Ul be oce
family Th ote bhildg. will e
titOyed and bpred, whiue 'will e
a-es tuartr t+a en e,. mid
together stb plet powes*d o


iOu n. I:'cr

it.:-, i. 0now,
,r labor pon 'thi

r Philips Out,
Wileiihish OUy.'|i
4 tq the handsopeo

pense which woud

ne polr shnga a Wheel and
.re, bt .af d w the
ei proce :traig- way 'to his
i .buti g laid up f6r' repairs.
unate sne was in the vehicle

-,C oru 0of. a Priest, -' .
j* l g o't Wakeii-Ark,-,
toe; o 2 years B uf red pAom
-ow f I consulteda sctaber
4i and tried all sorts, of

a t1.0f lflectric Bitters and
tiA0t now cured of a disease
n in ints grasp for twelve
0, cu want a reliable media.
o r .and kidney -a trouble,
oaq er or general debility,.
lef Itters. It's guaranteed by
dir"e Only 0O. -
ro Services Will be Observed
oly Trinity Church. f
od ond Friday, a day of sol-
S ions mong good Episeo-
a on. which the diath of
S imemtrated.
h es at the ChUrch of the"
7 are at 10:80 a.a m., morn-.
and sermon; 12 to 8 p. m.,.
ours' service; 7: 45 p p.
vi cei orpfletential music.
on Gray invites all Ohris
e in the community to wor-
ly Triity, and only regrets
otty of the churoh building
larger number of people.
Beauty and Strength
irtable. You are strong and
when your blood ia pure.
iay, moat-womp" fail to .prop-
at their food, and 6o become
low, thin and weak, while the
4s, freshneess and beauty of the'
I complexion depart. Remedy
tlent evil by eating nourish.
I andmtakln.g-a small dose of
, after 'each meal to d igest
u: have.eate. -60 at Johnson
A Protective Boom. I

, the recent opening of the

gave ageesR to t Ite ropert ...a. been surve-ed
>oiag lot, and inasmucb a

a de eeniet
S t th p t are that
t wil l read cas soon as
,04 *e aak., *sd the bootm,
has bent post Adantageoualy
Siwill b divId
IbbWi M4bg
~SapeaIi tat t o .a
*t~s'~se~t Soth.

5 and



R Y F 00 ~ LOUl
4send o ur Yat oi

w Prio

IUA" 1R,' 1"1AI$ND

HAS TH ti 't1r IDEA.
load. Advocate $nd Chairm
.Thomas InitemtIpg Qi.ipping.
Ohairianr i. MF. Th ha i'of the Bo,
of, County Oohtzi.ijers has
ceived, through sjh 4ii ft iastic ad
eote of good: RQa ho i -.b for soi
reason did not ~, l sign his nan
a atoy p iie t i@ itp g touch
Upon the po.itt. t'.The dipping is tal
from the' Hbote i Farm, and
signed by ;... i s of_. Coop

"Another .ea~t f" ~w- well on
way. It hiia ooi I'this colu
with bad .' ro"t, !! + weather:
latter eani' i 'but the fon
could beW i a' nd iinpro
easily if the eople I'gld turn to
minds in that 4ltetia.u. I have ap
that would sp1i, if phJ into *exec.ti
give good roQA ;l outline of it
this: First, .t ad tax, t eno
to pay foa, p14 ting .b0 -oadsa in
eondtion. 0 Se77t4,i t 6the contract
a rellabte.ooti ac**,r-, Third, take I
town and oobt,4 6 i a~ets. ,iet b
work under thi 'tator at a a
form and 04 olba 4*tB.
This plan. if pr expand
Wil .oonm,,4 p Bheral use, I
lieve. It i estimate
value.ofg4 ihey are I

armer, sh as to
poor, in test, klis of
Pie.e thai ii. # detrin
Itnditw iii [ilid of
'arIto t6 e 4 plan a



meet Wii
that will
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h by

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