Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: June 10, 1903
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
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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 )
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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: VID01901
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
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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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E IHhOLD SWAY

orrorS tof, e tPacelot Mill

ORES LIVES WERE LOST,
ones of R*,' and Desolation Are Al-
most .Witeout Parallel-Prdperty
i.Ls6" Wllf Probably Reach Cve
4U, 000,000 i,. -.,
partanbtrg C,, June '9.-DI$ao
in, d0ath ant rain are holdlug ftill
wy. alopziat6h banks of the Pacelot
iver fr !itfton to Pacelot, a dis-
ce of o 'iO llt,'nS tho result of the
wful flood -f Saturday morning.
Fi1tom the scene of the destruction
tne big ),000-aspindle mill known as
lifton No:. $, dlown the river a quar.
r of a mile ,where Clifton No. 1 la
recked, and around the bend. another
quarter of a :mile to Clifton No. 2,
hick: 1 alto Ihlt gone, nothing but
ebris and wreckage can be seen when
Sya few'ho.~rS ago the hum of over
,d000 spindlea d p$ the 'musical rip-
le of the 'iver Was, heard.
The transformation is one that
mites the e(peotaior dumb, and wonrde
're althogelther inadequate to describe
he scenes of ruin which line the bank
1 the river for miles down. In some
laces where a mill village stood with
4t dozens of houses today is seen only
long flat 'and bank, the river hav.
ig echangeZ, completely the aspect ol
.e country. In some places the road
ea of the electric railway is complete.
y annihilated and the entire bed is
washed away, water covering the
ground. It will' probably be neces,
ary 'fo the line to take a detour pl
mile from the old location in orde'
reach Clifton,
. Scenes of Ruin and Desolation,
In aQtom places the sites occupied
:the 'houses- are buried beneath
lta an4 bes andi, only an
6sional t l trough the sand would indicate that
house stood in that place. The deo
ttumction Is awful and complete., The
orce of the flood has so completely
'hanged the banks of the river and
fiat border, on which numerous houses
tood that it will not be possible to
rebuild on the former sites.
Forty to Fifty Iead.
'The los- of life is dnservatively
placed at from 40 to 50. Only a few
bodies, perhaps, half a dozen, have
'been secured from the floods. A
young girl's body was found buried so
deep in the sand that only her knea
projected One .maa was taken out
of the river ~ 'n'-uncoascious condi,
tion 9 niles 'below the th o lil be-
ing overtaken by the l6Dos
At Clifton Mill No. est above the
Jou- Sthern railway tres* ta n se ple
re drowned a. U dl a & as* -:
e immense mill, about one-to0r.,
remains. O, om*t le t tee o
ehoih minrd. At Mill? N-., i e xt Is omrt
following the eours of waters dowvI
stream, one-thhird At the mill 1s gone.
The lower floos that remain are.
flooded and. piled with debris, The
-scene here it ltdu:ecrtiable. The
huper enm of thetmfllls gone and the-
,e,'tlon thus exposed "hows te crooks
Ed and bent Biachankr7, the broken
htbers the wiwletag and the debrist
ied up to the seconded third floors.
ut of lower Windows long dirty
trin a of cloth are bani the ends Ia
he mills il1 balin attached to Si
s, whch we wecked bTy .t'
Aceroete riv et 'thit part ostthe
tll viflae located within 150 lee
tine honk of the riter Ml ons The

stable, a stoe and oetar strte'
At Muh we.A whIch lathe last ows
054an. Rhia cOu h eMB to0t~t'p
or aia,.n pt mt.
a bbN *t. :A boods es ,


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Prferident Mountgo ery, of the Paie. V u a proceed to the l. B n
lot mills, places their loss at $1,000, AN IV he reached L t.h Ee tt ocFRENCH FIO TIN
000 .M m Y U aR that, thu .Idwards family were cutting a lF
President A. IT. Twitchell, of the Uhe ats. He told John Edwaord l
Clifton Mills, places their loss at that s he ut any more he woldkiEL TRIBESMEN
For the D. E. Converse company, at i o th reittIti, and Nix, who was only 20)
GMoeaood Ss iteta o .of nthe City feet cway- co'hmn,,ed firing. He General OOonierls Punitiv ':
Glendale, S. C.. the estimate Is $51.000.
Tucapan mills' loss laced at $25,0W.or t L .i. i--
I tocl ort mills' loss is $25,000. t Of:t sh.: otJkllo awards ani hm th e 1n.
rairmont sustains a loas of $5,000. CFFORTS TO RE .CO ARE MADE. tlred at the pon, Jeff Edwardl, who RRBEL STRONQGHOLD BOMARDED"
WVhiti,ey loss is placed at $8,000, waai utt0tng oats about B50 feet away,.
I 10oo loss Is about $5,000. Weather Bureau, HoW....iv Hop H ndS, ioulw d Jef o It Is Believs thft Nativ Loe WaHp
Total minl loss, $3,280,000. . ... u.....u:,.www : wardsa thoen firel two shots at Nix,
i'ie damage to the Southern railway of Better State of (ra in the but both shots tWok effect in a pine Heavy, but No Definite Dttalts of the
cannot be.accurately estimated at this Flooded District Around6 St. Louis tree, Lehind which Nix sprang. Caualtle; Havo YVt Been Obtained,
time. Brion gere down In every di1 and vicinity. .h. Young Jout E dwards u take toun Al.r aune .-Ia
e d in many localities. The reports of St. Luila, Juno 9.--A4c ilng to the medical attention summoned., .ench artillery opened preliminar
the condition of the road are being local weather bureau, treoit seems in The only eyo-wknesses to the crime re at 5:30 t.hls mrnait4 on the rebel-
constantly sustained, zht othere food dlicts i the were throe little boys who were thI lls Fguls tribesmen. General
n 't -- vilcinty St.. Louis, :' field at the time tying the oats up. O'Connor com-mandisthe punitive expoo
DEATH LIST INCREASED, This morning the at agQ2reCodlod by The coroner wont out to the nee. ditto, conasistiig of, 4000 of the aot
..... the government ia 37.6 teeth, a rise dur, but ,owing to the fact that there were a lgtion and a stong.for of ar-.
Graphic Account of the Floods In Ing the past 24 hours of 1.8 feet. eye-witnesses he held no inquestI llli7y, armed with gunt fArlng Mel
South Carolina. It is exDected that to river will- -i--t---- ire shells, Detala of. the e.lto
Charlotte, N. C., June 9.--'hrM rise very' slowly from ~ow on until. LUR'D TO HER DEATH; at ha o yt e ,l y
thousand Idle men, women asd cilb nltght or tomorrow morning, and that C --- w Gnrator. ln to? no
dren who had been employed in the he predicted stage of 80 feet, if at all, Woman's Body Found in Lonely Spot ance upon Pigu n three tolumns
ra..d Lpost his artIllery on 9ommandciizp
Clifton mills ahd several thousand will bo batrey attained, Then after Near Chicago. st lturro ttilery elutrOgold,
oth l)ersQans who are ito wtu renaing stAtionAry fr short time
erplye hve" th overnmen t otlon fY. sther'iver ..1cego, June 9,-bLared from b ove The actual bombnardment begoru at
employment have le aro -th i government st la..ay, vtheriver by fellow countrymen who believed 7:30 'and lasted until 9 .. 0tm, whe
w s of the three Clifton mills, wI beg In the carried a largo amount of money, tt Frenoch trOps oocupile I two strata
Several hundred people wat ufor the Weda;esfay.
evra' stores tbepe ned mr e itPrloTe vs. robbed of $60, and then mtirdered is glc hll gainng these Positions 'by
oompany's stores to be opened, m t".. I Peril of TheOrWiV08e bellevtd by he poll to haVo bee ur " ri' s
of these are already without, neeaisl. IfabI, ty to secure s ..0un..ation beie. th polie t h iae t ur ?ris
the (ate of Mrs,. Marie. D. ituloskyo It Is bollvedI ,the:nativeIos h ,was
tie: hy sound the, rnote of d istro th Madison and Gaat e City, U1 whose body bas t oone found In a loie heavy, but n dft1 ea fth
that wilol be general today ":.. a few miles north of St. Logis, ly spot on the Illinois and MAchigan casualties will be obtainble" until
SThe super!ntcndents and ovrsecrs whroe number of .peo0* were ,Iss C0anal. theW WFreh eter -gu,
have employed a small percentage of last night reported w zdanger of los. When the bedy wa discovered there The I o th ol
the operativesto assistein building foot ling their lives from encroachlig wn a bullet hole in 'the womna's left I expected 't be. f l:al to th
bridges and doing other work neces- food, caused great anxiety here. At emi.t and her clothing wa i dlsr W nch as' n b b a
airy to precede the reconstruction of i:dison, e persons n aro reported money and gold rings satin Ag4nof oeofto 04of the punltlv#
the mill property ldWie ow. and many are in a crumbs ng e one ' xpo diltlon, -
Mill No. 1 is the least lnjure d of the lee. or In unsafe b insaUnd onilovsky was last sn by a formally notified the ow
three plants. It will be weeks pr ,.r il. 't her fends nea. her home in migh ra t.ht shhano intetio o ti .
months before it will be in operatic lerdinand Cole, psident of the teeth c Thursday morning. She r t t l on ly tIpun
The plant is three stories high, with board of levee commistoners of Mad. wa with a strange woma who had obrocean trritor d wo
the biggest building, the carding and ison county, living at VenIte, send's visited her a week b oroo ad whose t l ter attaso te
spinning room, close to th river's report of lives lost through the ol h d to have so t a of
edge. The upper edge of this struc" lapse of a Ibrick hotel at North VoIthor to lend hu( IK opey. it is this Ooe eOCrtnozr waOnutoce
ture has been battered In for a dis-. :e, or Newport. Combiunheation be'stra won h d gtedr
tance of 50. feet. Below that for the tW. en Grte City' an enice Is 1n-the lerA oi
entire length of the m tll water r.4 possible. w ma said to ha the licea are se hunt. fol- tuity. to lM ve the town hdforo the
tTUne policeri;ved alsoe arenn bunting fro dI okA ea fnowe A frindl Arab cet
high. as the second story and seeming braved th by nng fw rd alovhy, nelw of ther
Sal the oMt was tuhed a son b fced b r wo n, who lieved to now
ruined by the water. No 2 mill, wfi %ra the tooof 'hou hey something about her dispperance, killed hile ine
lts '.Athertou frnwme, is not' mu uimoAe 'e Ag i. Water is swooepincarrying0tge ,
valuable than the twisted ma h aeory through th office of the Hedges o Ai r analo t
n the. plant at Converse ver at ad with ests sonan lovsky was 7 yeat ot MANY TAT ASHEVILL
bodies have been recovered thirtn orn: tI th p1Po rtories.. The '.redeuta t*and, l ved bpu 4wit ont hit t P
ng., Mrs. Maggie Rebbs was found f rantCitysre In great pl flrou band, Jamos DanslovRu'aky no empiy elaborate Programme Arrangd t
alive on an island 8 lles -below' here.. f cnt olouh N.Edoe
With her were her'two tltd ren, deatd,: itt.mntiraturiugtowp. Per-
All hart 'been swept down on 'drift-. so 11liit AbOut te manntaeturtng
o -O e o a r warev yageshe beate atqualInted with an Ano ltion will be held 4this YaU
rfed away from, Mill' No..2, floated. eporte fle from the ood tt wo istd r s Asville N. June d 1
safely 12 mifts down the riVer'over the come rothe north aid a f A the ti h police a o a tig mise
dams at Pacelut and was drowned just reak in absent te west tag on It was this man's wife who in- tory of the organization As the pro
as he was about to be rescued& $Adjacnt fart lands are ing ood ued
Reports today Increase the death lst #t and the tWec"ts of tio' 1 lm161h ) etnced Mr sto g thrprnzeu spetrs etsforth nimmber t
ifor Mill No, athnd people are ei l are seeking g safety with bo; of a.resIden e on ThurodAy q Sto hWM' naespiAtimt s ilkers andto 040n odft shave
.o b. .nissirgb Their bod-0,s 0. r-. city tSort, are being mtne k A* p os ed by e e' p e t refu' td 'a istd thoirIntentionrof a bth pVrojs
W mis ln their..bod ,:i t lo c r ft s re heing *Ila **: .h.:U .:*:'.a ..
covered, arept to be o found many rious ways to reach t p s by ae e At he ie ee a th ting a s tnt
miles beldw apn forer a4 )suy i and afford W0 A p ; yh she w aeso sdta"t.t'mIn' .-L',
The &cdm't of 1n oolnpacrs officers St map' be several ours before any- ithe night fofowlawg the bQ' was $4t4 Asbiile La provIded wit all the La
here and at e ther mills i admi thing detae be learned, Th 4 Into a wag, it thought and hi ties ota larger city the w
able. Without any t e or prep condition l St ue dn at the spot w ft at*stfound by hn m autortun ,t srt t
tion they "n thenaves facing te the same as tlet night. Al t h4aithree oto '4 av otman tlypit. fi
m:ost aerous conitionoat ever con-e able pdIOt6ie senvt o e tOd to adet tae chare f
fronted U$ l of 4"7 ltnstrIah e0- luarives ..4 property tply to ae re f
treprise, bu teire a.6owiCng cheer, Mi Tht o lives @ Ch S PPED 1W FRONT, O A TRAI y "lmber of visitors Wa m4 eatisf
tAl frountA and n epdeavorag to mas- ten island, 1 ls north of t. LM, ......... toY anner. h b
tan a semblan e of 0o1 :. among thde reports tt. 1$ ,peole on the island Atlenta Met1 fl .itted at *.sl Cl sit Aranilroads whee by asndseun
operatives. some, .but very few, of .As,-ot'.".ts ed am :"'i.Q g nIjetiw la aeOnwa tftre plar .
the woperetives wil le .e0 Cifton Yto.y t fe,. bet ww usable to "p aid, 'Social emo' Ga. f. ,-tA.) rae of one fair, pls 5, wI"t
to secure work elsewhere.- So ma.y as all the bosO Osl busy sal Newse, ai Sl S p iv ag of at -e
'm ulle are uat down 'that work ls IS h he Its 4 ." -... ulji W ith b 9 AthIIt5 r If sieRi s u ut eaO 4
bThe relief that ift imperative must TRA $ V-IN MUsO8 ItS f No. S? o Geo1rilmA
come direct ard must furn sh bred g:e.4h.e last-.h .o t i)O*tV l* R ltt t :e S .bt* ....
td ieat to the emplones or the three niteetvYeoHtd Soy Ki.le Man it tr, is At em rMa utte ot
.Iwtilwil smade toAny poh.- the t .-. Wnsse.Anothe eM.4 .untielf 4.t -e ..-


,e .,r" ho...er~sWivro nabW increaee was kiled Beaday awrnise t o t I on t vo, re. l "oda !







deposite retest)? acsth taisttetS O the t~k lepute4 ientuahn site finchk tiretir te trot: of the a ~ ~ -a~A.a.


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V04VYou waht th1e l ild
nS Mill Abt. ow, bu not,41 IVA%4
Z ,'tg Whe t'gey t to .1._1-_P
ANE. WA ..A.RIEt the ..

r Ls Will gstiy Veach' $,o0o0 prpportion ..rp siw
ide Abot1b Seven Carloads vigor and ood ~ ar e
Of L *rdri Away in thte ThelThe E ii no es t t661l
: ';; :": digestive power a4
a :a re v"Isited the little ens the. vital ot i a i
w ml~ll a.t ot Gaham, oy. the the best nd mt e y should be. Now put ton
dmpetl 4troyed th e large saw best .
+:,+ +S.Y fighe a d.. o u t o f a ll, t h e'd.'c t .. M au +i / "
i it of ,. D. Abernathy .gi ves akin vera .
Olide the destruction of the mill. growing child 'ught to b 1 t. o t nrif;e is a... loser for about seven
6 6fi btnmbqr which. wai-. stored We'll send you a s-nptl 1 t wpxst: I :.', Iltc ried wojse then ever.
igardeo awitngb he8 airivl S sCOTT &, BOWNS,4 'i Mw York,, .,---.: n e,.
Sr o' e 'r n's) r fIl)mt for th.Imseises
We0 s*hip th e lame. "+ '[t : ,e'ifs t aht l.wel l.trg .'yt alacekof
hetation house of .the '. & G. 0TO LOCATE ET 1`ER1S. :.. a l dfrin,' ,.n.tk
-*Wlrod, situated. only about fifty feet .. -.-- "-.. ....
i tant from the *mill, was also con- Atlantic Ooast in O r Onewoilrs ~aW l&oW. m st.s a
i, smed by.the flames, and the company Rates to Home ker.::"'. an, et.only Q"- neestr-O. W. Holmea.
W-11 wll be loser to about three hundred The *,Atlantil o ,L a te .Railr6ad'
40 llta ; C ompany WIll r1...' t...o
'. he loss of Mr, Abernathy i com- settlers' rates frn Ohio0 and. *4tisss.
pl te, as harried no inasuranceon his sipp1 r $gatewys-'OiTcinnat, O., T' T A7 7
ll and lumber. It iw not known .as Lou Ky., .vanslue, Ind., Pa
wet whether he will rebuild, but as hle du'e ., Cairo, Il., St Loi Moe,
shrsi large aereageof timber in that and ponts beyond Ialso aii basingrates FIRE, BOD and
P sectieon itis thought thab e will. Irom eENhis Te4n..(cket not ACCIDENT INSVRANCE,
R t m be, sold".roMMe '.bmph:. prepe for I.AN ,.
points on nd4 north of the lia* ofthe ) a a4 pro n
A. sure sign of approaching revolt pelnsona sse. u(iMmhonmi 4 n
.ndserious trouble lia your system fs
.: Sne, seeplessness or.o ah. ida, Georgia, North ad South TCa 1'0 "
Supet. letrio Bittrs will ujolina and Aab a lood on this Inqrpora
br the toublesome c.uset steme, or to whlb.~bhe ,tmpany formsi . E. VOYLE, laajie.
regulate the liver, and clarify th1 ra eeroau..o l tketing 'roue. e
bl~od,. Run down sytoemn b6nefl l atr t folo w ,te under i conditions aftn r fls ta ei0 a a!e
tl. artly and all th, usual attnin named. .. -
oiAhes vanish .under Its searchin n RattoOlne-balft'of the standard one- a. *
: .thorough eipMeubffo Ienes. t. B lc t- "
".t ii1 oly ev. and hat ire tied Way fare,p l.-i $2.00, .- .r ', i g.. 'Mnhaktt" : typewriterr .
,:' it don't 'verfect (atifaction; Dato o of sale'-Maroh 8 aad 17, 008 ; iV r
Oaranteed byl drulsts. April 7 and 21, 1j May 5 and 119 NOT '
,VIROINIA AIV3P1 ON RI, 1008; June 2 and, 10o!08; July Tand ;, A : N DREDDOLLAR TYPE ";
JIma-.,, at Richmond, Higher Than for tember 1 and 15, 1908; October 8 aud WITER FOR SO,
any Year. 20, 190 ; November 8 and T, lo. ounteed or one year,. ld on
Many Yomm voothly paymentt. tt t t i-
Slchmon~d, Va. Jtioe 9.-Virginia I1 Ltim or~aotous passage. . *low -to responatibie pS.ties.
RtnlrIg It for ie. share of the deluge Cond"it '"o'tract and each con- yo va rs e. :
ngs iprt.rnicen throughout the pon of ti*ket 'to' be ftoed "'second-
S uth, and at somen places: with d"as' class, not good in parlor or sleeping REAL ESTAiTE, WEIIEWGS
S.,S resltsB. How. ertous htr share ear ANl. LA OR SAl
'Tor he. beenb r ~ eavy r Here are some of the staple crops of E Mle
b". the state during the last .th+Irr the different sections of thl territory: .
;. urs, and many of the rivers r 4 41 All vegetables and. small fruits, '*,, *0,: dgeO lo<4*e
na4 swoll0. I as to threaten more or peaches, pears, grapes, gs, orange,
.. ... "James rive" r o now plnoapples, grapefruit, watermelons,
..rtha.': ,. It has beta forseveral citrus and other fruits, wheat, corn, ""' .. i
as e ad $, a.pproachlngithe ,dsaer oats and other train, tobacco, cotton, tI
*** .tpeanutis, hay, rice. 1.. -"
unday tight th* water at 'Colmba, The policy of the Atlantic Coast Line I l I
i o mes. wa 2714.- 'feot.above common line. pena og t RAILROAO
tide, 'but was at aotandstill. The it claims that it t the greatest terSery Low ates onluowDas
tper w James was not so hligh. truckingroad intAmertoltand it pro- ,....o A a 0 .
Theo register at Scottaville was only videos every fatfity for getting farm, Vlo1 'letse. to. AIfo
L teet aMnd the water w~s failing, garden and ohard p 4us to the r, ero, Wauson. M
The heaviest rais,. however, were northern martk hets ihte bstpoIsible aho, WyrMni. on sae uIl ,iune 1.
sar t CarternffU,.an"rt -t(e upp va cdit6n, li shortetitne, 'nd at low- .etu
* .", '* ..++* *uo' h, * V0 mother lPw s art ofe the country i there. I M A1 US 56 CieTS. Onste
4 hotmra was 4 i"nhe. greater abundae otgat nld fsh uI-. rnunt
ai. lroa travel has not been It.er* than ot.this lini
ruptod as yt,. All .ool have o ,en rolthern farmers are invited to f1n FTranciSCO ..L0o AgoI6s 0 0nd
rembved from the steamship wharves wrlte'foriform atlon.n." 'etal abot R '
S.: .here and merchant It the expQs S, tion have prepared' f flood' ?j tonlt Llnel, et n-.. .s : .". a-,. ;. :. s iEI
The water will probably come into Main TO T HEMANATiEO 'riON. toeton tu0
--. .... One-Way .Settlet'' and Round rip
A Frightened 'orse, .o.e Skers' Rates. o st l uae l .h. .oo -ore
-' Ruunning like ind down the street Te.SeMbard Air Line railwayy "hv" ..e A Auat ,,_.. .
dumping the oooupants, or a hundred arranged the following attracifte rates .. "..
other accidents, are every day o00u to M (nate, Braideltowin, lHenton ad ss re ee
: renoes, It behooves everybody to have. taraot, Flat ,. III
a relieTable ilvelhan and thre's e From Ohio River Oatsway4. J be *een
as good as. Tinkleit Arica Sasv; orsed IMew; .:
S disappear quickly utldor its soo ting .ecod o 3ass, ,not good it" parlor or "ip!-e,,p
1 effect. 25o, at ali drug sBtoresa. ale ping eors so beo0d 4t aUD. t.t MiL .- ,
1Lat"t O on *tht U.* 8. W. ,.. ,"',... :: PR .M RLL,::,;.A,
"T'o, incutI o itii. a .tIcription Co. lineat rates baled,. onehalo t ^ie 1 ^ wiitl 0* .
+ retalo tl ,.:li!tim. da ptl upo tlhrti. h .firsteIassl limitedd far' a. pOuQ :.
hI.u41. nli,i* ,.d ,dru<,.t, o''t ,n r.ooild thrdTuesdaysof eah Kiih:.to i4
ter'm1, "rI, t'''' n .: : w ltlh., .,thl'... t lt>,,? ,, ,w unttr , .. Homo teoe a .et t turtoio tikets tb "... '


., nilllu ,, who xw,,i.iw,, ,, dost' tif theIC ,',, town, Ma! naplle,. .ineeo so lasot o, a ,1ei:iA, asS P.. .:1:"
po diuiis 11it t toe.l t goodI dteal wo town. N- tit e: 0a0 to Saief Mot& 's ome a CiK a
t It, 1 before lio touk I. As a ,rule, nu, ,i. ; ,ton iel,, ,,$p" .' W
l tiht url. .it w nv't keep their b so0d orn thi a ihl

atro eld or h ilt. .tI ,,l' ,jM st i S Iu' be 1
.:.... ^ ^ 'right NIX, yOu4 h< ht>^ thut treo' at l dI
: "wet.god-g twll' take a curdluit, going ]1oura,.,. w h:.,0,7
.( "",' .- lky apiity a lrau11ett hut that t. k.v no slt I mit', .'^:,. *- i'1
I"r 'ns an .infl, I t ie rule, andl the p1r-. Tha1e "ltThe & i t AIr0'
wo who' wlshw' to lst,' 1 is 4,ysto i,, verti si,,i TnattS ,vrliag4Ax, e ta:"it,

...1i t let. all u v 1 ,Ie s strictly through t e aSnd tiii i #, i"
a,0"a1Oi..-.ew h1XO ork r'w w 'est" "
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:Agenzts for the~

Vitor Safe and Look Company
y i( 0 MI .T hti, 'lio.

The "Victor' is the best safe made, and parties conetemplat.
ing the parehase of a s fe, or anything in that line,
from a box to a bank vault, will save money
by consulting us. Call on or add ress,




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Sat1Nday. from Gaine.vile. ........ .
T 84, aboard Expres, drawing room Pullman eleepers betw
T ma, aaksonvu aind P New York, via -Richmond and Washin!tonx. ee
bitled c coaches between Jacksonville and Washington, via Richmond. Cafe
4 8efb d Mallday oahes, mail, bggage and express cars be-
t a and draing room Pullman sleepers be-
earnd1 NewV Yor od a e n
0 o3 6 at Startke for LaCrosse, Alachua, Willeford, Wainee and
ntmed t and at Atner with Earl Bird branch.
Nos. a 8, tAulhnan sleeperbetween ew Orleans and Jacksonville.
State'rs fr Key Weat and Havana.-Leave Port Tampa Sundays, Tuesdays
^AidA Thi rdays m,1 te n.'
.. a ,.1 cketADONELL, Asslt Gen. Pass. Agent, Jacksonville, Fla.
Agent, Goinesville. "


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Clyde New England and Soutlern Lines
.)Diret Service Between JACKSONVILLE, BOSTON and
PROVIDENoE, and All Easter Points,
asllingat Charleston both ways
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,:,ShOt l Inrllvro i r sunon 1ny r-rovo-
catQio"t -omiped the Town Before Be-,
ing Arreltted
S.John o 2h1ol, the young white lad who
Ssshot William Williamson, colored, on
Last Miirnda evening, has skipped the
e iepuntry, an hi whereabouts are now
unowln"' '
Different reports eame from the lit-
ti;e mining town yesterday, which were
to the effect that Holt had imbibed too
much tiger liquor and had gone to the
house of hbe aeBro for the purpose of
Raising a disturbance, which he sue-
aeedoe4 iin doing,
i'' He was very boisterous when he de-
manded hisi rent money, whidh really
l.ed .up to the difficulty and caused the
shooting.
rThe condition of the negro is now
Considered serious, and the report is
that ho Is not expected to live.
His Last Hope Realized.
trro n t'iO-peibttnel, (ebo, 1gont.i
,In te'lifrspopening of Oklahoma to
;S settlers lN 1.89 the editor of this.pa-
er ws aW tog the many seekers after
fortune who made the big race one fine
dAy inApril 'During his traveling
About a Id afterwards his camping upon
.h.iasl utri e encountered" much bad
wateri-whieh, together with the severe
.heat,' geheim a very severe diarrhoea
SwhiLch 14eemed almost impossible to
cheok, and along in June the Oase be-
came so bad he expected to die. One
day otIe of his neighbors brought him
one 0tmaIl: bottle of Chamberlains'A
Colic, Oholera and Diarrhoea Remedy
Sa ; lait hope. A bigidoso was given.
"him while he was rolling about on the
ground in great agony, and in a few
.minutes th dose was repeated. The
good effect of the medicine was soon
Snoticed and with in an hour the patient
was taking his first sound sleep for a'
fortnightt. That one little bottle work.
od a, complete cure, and he cannot help
:but feel grateful. The season for bow-
el disorders being aLt hand suggests
this item. For sale by all druggists
,nd medicIne dealer..
SA'. Z6 j .4 1" TRl A IN.
C ;:or. ;,.vs Lvy Fight With Men
.,They A'. .... pt to Arrcet,
'l"icigo', Ju- ,t'. -I.n a (rowiel, New
zc:k ("ntr:l ;. :nyc train at Twelfth
i C.' st. fo t. .. t ,a o 0 .un .min accusedm
r'Lud Il l t night ''r a, flierc strug-
i.:' wvth (f';: : Wi' c .msed a pamk-
i: a::^on t-i.o ~uecu:-.'rt of the can.chcs,
I: v wO.re o .:rn wn by the men
a::l they ",.wrc ~tbduod only after a
4mruggle, whl)h eleare-1 the car. WJVl.
liarai 1on1- Tong ura Harry Martini,
ea:h 1') years old., were the men ar,
restel. Donti Totny is the adopted son
of a reputable and once wealthy Chl
nc me artits. .
Dr. Forbes was killed May 29 by meln
who attempted to hold, hli up la t
drug store where hte was -acting as
night clerk. He was abot through
e head after iai ite stlit
w hen ordered byit. .
Tax on x ables, .
Extreme hot weather is a greot txI
upon the digestive power fi babies;
when puny An fee ble they sold be
given a fw dOs d of White's Otiam
Vermilftge, the children's tonio,. It
will stlmubate and facilHtate the d41.
gestion of their food. so that they o O4
become strong, healthy and tlltve.
25c at Johnson BrDa.
Lynching ts t'xieole.
Martca. id,,' Juan 9.-In Southb MS.
r*on. tbis morning, a negro supposed
to tIe Toby Jotas, asstuited an4d.,iirl.-
ously tajured Mar. Smith. The nieir
*eArch .O.i beN U. O.u.ttiUg s4i his
utt Is psove, the aep yly W
lynched.
A Oo./ s .teita...
'.ilundera are onetime Tery eixpen-
sie. Oo" ots{oll#life Itielf i1 tiie
ri:e of .iml-t ke i.onltt9 it eerb
long t!: lOts :a-iiD z,n;i OW Lfei
ilia for 4 ,p brad
the, rlir or t. bl< ,
n ene
Itt-n' p i~ttut for Coasfmptiv4 **.;


~btah ;, 4Ol s .b#p I0W *
esAyia are las $t 1Wt
II^IN1!^'^!
Lt hsb ...t of a o..ttaI h"
iie wbpek val t h1 a M
^M eMxls. I'tbs fc &~ rt
ase ta -tba eth
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S OME OLD THEATERS"
Pltayhouseu That i Pllutished Ik Am-
lemtt Greia SAtil IoIlane
You may wonder wtit tbhre eoIld
be injurious to public, iiiorality I i a
theater made of stone. Consul P. Cor-
nelius Sciplo Nasela knew, but history
don't tell. The U ii Rtiitipt t-o -tld
a stone theater in "ibome was ufte a
short time before he was elevated to
his '6Tce. It was sanctiownd by the
censors and was hearing completion
when Sciplo persuaded the senate to,'
command l4 to be pulled down, al
Vancliing aaA his reason solicltude (
public morality.
The Romans did not possess a regu-
tar stone theater until a very late pe-
riod, and, although dramatic repre-
sentations were very popular in early
times, It appears that a -Wooden stage
was created when necessary and was
aftitrward pulled down again, and the
plays of Plautus and Teren-,e were
perforned on such temporary sclilold-
in';s. nl the mfan-wiA- le many of the
nefi'horIIng towns of Roume had their
stono theaters, as the Introdiuction of
Gro,%k customs and manners was less
strongly opposed in them than in the
city of Rome itself. Wooden theaters,
adorned with the most profuse malg-
,.nilicec,, were erected at Rome even
during the last period of the republic.
A nminglficent wooden theater plan-
ned by M. ACmillius Seaurps was built
in his wadileship 58 B3 C. Its scena
consisted of three stories, and the l .w
er of them was minde of white marble.
the miMhldle oine of' glass and the uppet
one of gilt wood. The.eavea conitinedl
80,000 spectators, In 55 B. Cu, Pon t-
pey built the llrst stone theater at
Ronme. near the Campus Martius. It
was oft great beauty and Is saidto have
been luillt after the model of that of
Mytllene.- It contalne4 40,000 specta-
tors.
0. Curio hiht In 4 .o B C, two tiagnitf-
ieent wooden theaters clos by one an-
other. which might be changed toto
one amphitheater. After the time .Of
Pompey. however, other stone theaters
were erected, as the. theater of Mar-
cellus. which was built by Augustus
and called after his nephew Marcellus,
and that of Balbus. whence Suetonltia
used the expression, "'Per trina then.
tra."-Cincinnatl Commerclal,

APHbRISMS.
Patient waiting Is often the highest
way of doing Gold's will.-Collier.
Both pan and woman kind, belie thett
nature when they are not kldd.i-Bil-
ley,
Duty and today are ours; results and
futurity belong t od.-uorafte OIeN
the future destiny of thieU-d -h al*
ways the woik of the motte.+rNap.l
leon. .
The" more you speak of yourself the
more .you are likely to 1Ist..-hZtmer.
man. '
The' wise are polite all the world
over; fools are polite only at holaen-
Bacon.... ..
A laugh to be joyriuas rmst ow from
a joyous heart, for without kindiness
there can be no true Je.-CArlyle.
A great deal of knowlldge whleb is
not cablee of tnicing a ma. tinie," lis8
a natural tef dency to mawte hitmp ln
and a.tirrogatAdd ...so :
P' w Ware ^ Ioat *
.lyglezie' ifng dmm lian4 .peatY (-
ly thae Doritl< t tlz* tfo el .
* tnow{Eg 4Sf .' Cq od a A
constitie..t *t $If.*O titatti for',
mulates ..ct. p.rWet *eatr.e that
the Inward prity p> M led a rm'aur
*oes to ths penonay It Is not *in
ply t few < air a ht
docsen tmea tlrt a ttdd
butn conUnmsn ipply a ijasi.t a* 1e
greater part of wea'toil e halt star : *
for tresh 'air, so th.1e W ^ )is s*Ist4
qotener from ignorales than beeagl4y.
It the qcUantJt Of wlate., ttl boly .1
qulr.s to khep It clean aiid tesits
Pleastlms of a..plf, |.lnt$u; natutt
bh.t comie to be recogaIa'd aI b.bt. a
tsti.tly. tbherpttt~l o a"id .l.,'
to l, ot, timesomeconi~crtfr,4 a4 atS~hl5*


.' *. P' .* .. l t .-. : ..*
f ./,UU'IAS Isttil,;5d. Is
shrtow .t the fact that i wwdp

;ilt! "ihti5ill1 S e. ': *5bI "
Semitb)oyed as A. desn0ota fo
* eti 5.*e i In trap. rw 4 ti alu-
to the parcmiit ort eartsne a.
4lestad iyr tt **Aedo'.p Ot tt4
ep' atout twoity-two yeait"te0i te"".
e p of -r ndt 4 t.hr ppen
". '. "i A al~ilv' "' . _:- '1"i
We. verfr#nt-1 1y7 i.0ei

f& ))t)$oP : Who Is t 1b 0 l1<

I tIs p5 sth Iatr*PS N#w gb


WASHINGTOQN NWV YORK ASHiVILLE and
and tht EAST. HOT SPRINGS, NC..
CINCINNATI CHICAGO, "THE LAND OF THE SKY
The NORTWH nd WEST... 'I "The Sapphire Country."
"* 3New* X,,ln iing Car
' A l l x ?.t.
JOVTWIIMRN RAILWAY. H. FP. CArY., Dlsricl Passrneer Avenrt,
IOU W. UayStreet, JACasoMNviL.L*, .FuA.
W. A. TUax, P. T. ahlnitol D C. H. HAowicx OP. A., Waashlnstn;L) D. C.
WM H. TA4yio, A. G.P. A.. Atlnta. Ga.



Take The Atlantic Coast Line

FOR ALL EARTHLY POINTS
vi vItA vi v
Dupont ,Dut ,tw 0. 0"Dupont,, or,
o or J k a ill 8tefttshl l J 'vitle nd
N rth. v1ws outh We t

Rapid Transit and Unsurpassed Service
Time Table in e teot May 4, 10.3.

.. [igh piringand' titoer- 8,6tpni
Dlly medat.e Polnts J)aily
it:7 $pt joa a Leebtirg and Tamnpat 4:4 0 p in
Dully Jntermnediato Points Daly


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Alban, A nt all Point North, Ist Went 1i ly

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REA D'S ODOR L ESS.8
New ly)sIrus hi All Itxes.i


PALMER'S ItAMM00K 3K
A Full AHorrths t, liucluidinr
his Lantt s lPattorns. /'

WATER COOLERS, .*
FREEZERS, and AllI
Spring and Summer
Spo 'cjt I

BAIRD HARDWAREOOMPANY


Gainesville l.chin eor#
G 0 Ic tA MT AU
MACHIN:JERY RPAIRS.0
Oai tmirn and utraifhtu.n whole lnglths
of Hthafting And Plip0-Outing'
up to i h "i .i i .

COTTON OIN RePAIRINO
A 8iPEIl.ALT Y ...
P, H. WESTGAAIID, ?o p and g

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wosdiu. f i the U1los d feac o oati*e evey
luau-# ,:M46, elkin m vlh.l(d. 4$ annua lly.
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and; 0, and cArizoia .s .s

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VeotC t 1od ta,85 08.ti more anld arin


v(Jate parks aggregate Mowe0 aOtres.
Tho i pe Catsklhl refcwrei.ls 82,1t&3 acrem.
"iNow Is thI tirm whe il ri Aoperty
ownermshouhl, clum, ,up their pre-,n
:-. 8 td r Wi tpu tUl i US ad 'tile

lay, will 41o) 111130: to pro0 t00 good
health it) tho Octy.

.: While our gkuvormrneou. itrtIV to
s;: ,' leUn el at b tIhe a0nitl of Cor-
lerss ehou O5 0lnat i o p .ethtO tre>
efr.e seed" f sk upon farus :a. It Is
,- eaulned ttft this yea r ever $i l0 0















will be expend. d t the free ditrtbu
, t..:. on of 40.,(0 ,X. pacIkages of veg
Stable and flower 2odX. "
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The greatest need of any eity is .t i<
pride on the part of its Imuens. I"so
: G. : y who hv pride in their town Wll
^: "work fr its terests, they WH i f yay m
good wonrd for it on evry possi, blo.
l 0on and they will qarufully Bn
diligently labor to cure its every die
eoot. It requires intelllga t efforttr
.. luoeestfully hold upI) a tow.
!i;:". "he l*ostanate rk-nh.oral "*r.ogrets it
"e.. po.rt.,"that ote of tho asistant .at
:torneys inn his *dtepartimeut hals. beet
arrestedd for lboodling. It is also sa to relate that the prisoner "-charged
with the orime is ai ood IVpiublihta
lnd was voohted fur by that gold an
grei'tuma' u Bon, tor Firblnksi, Thi
igood State .of Indian' seem to e' fur
AIshlaj mjWoitlsuhrotl share of. thes'
Vrio400 tot .r*ptIf d iove red in the pIot
4sE* '. Kendall

It is est mated bs the Treasury Do
I^ 'pattmtent ha the exports of thi
I'. tWe Mob 0b th.ps 4 tot of $,C00oQ0tooO
It laiteret g to note ,the growth h
it x uiaitrini g the pat feor de
q '" 1~, for *..m a*s S0lte, th
a.hewo th s 0t0. k0Mu .Mr
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Thu dome of the Capitol at W Iash-
tngton is being painted. Every five
years its coat JI renewed and Tk0,000
galloti of white lead -are used in the.
process. 'The work Is bhyig done by
eighteen metn, under th0e direction of
.Hjill Lewis and "Al" Port. The
latter has been employed for such
work about the capitol for *thlrty-:iieo
years. 'Port is th on ly moan who
ever elimhed to the top of the tatuo
of Liberty surmountingthedome. Ie1
did this on Labor tDay,. 1804, tid fast-.
Oi'ed a garland of helectrlc, light bulbs
nrountd the neck of her majcuAtyT
. ..... : .... a .. .
It may be Intoeresting to nome who
have slipped in "juit a few woWS1" Of
writing in a package of paper or mer'-
chandise mailed at the lower rate "to
thoir friends, that thet bumno as l'
ComOe lo oommon that posatmatero
have bWen Inbstrunted to examine suoh
package and report if writing I# found,
to the dopartmentollcilis. 'thut next
thu senders know will be a visit from
the deputy United StateI marshal with
4 warriat for arrest, and the result of
"having to pay a fine of $211, and the
doxt of tho action.

I Th- mtummr in whioh Clerk ( imr


' wsu reduced in -.alry and placed in
Ssuch a position that hle eould sno long*
ler stlek his mluisitive noso into the
Sbuslness 'of some high omfteals who
Swere inter I tetlid.na graft, will he a
lesson to other government Qlerks %o
keop their eyes tmid ears closed. They.
o i s1t never see or hear Anything, that
Sim rooked.. That.Is p euliarly a' le.
I piublicmn method of teaching honesty
I In pub.i otiqe. '
Catarrh Cannot be Cured
I With local applinationu, as they can-
e not reach the 'tat of the disoaso,
-Catarrh it a blood or constitutional'
0 disease, mid litorder to -Uem it. you
* mt.ot take internal vmtdlias.. Hal
Catarrh Cur*i taken internally, anVt
nots dir c tly n the blood antd mueous*
surfsraces. Halhl'starrh Cure ia not a
e attack medicine,' it wati prescribed by
I one' of the beit phyiieitn1 tln this conn.
. try for years and ita regular prescrip
I tion. Itk' uIl tposed t the be0t tol.J
known, conmblued wivththe beot blood
Sluritlters, acting directly on 'h, a,.
'ous surfatew. Thi perfect qoutOinb .
r tlon of the tw'o (nBdt I wIt

tl o fting r t.. rh.. &, d f+ r t",IstI a l4I


I efeVting the most adial anad per-
wiaen it oue oft llU humors an4 all
cLuptions, r-eleving wealk, t .e4,
langild feelihgs, and L1 .din tip
'the Nvbb10 y tsemIs. true 0ow f'

N other medicine acts% ilik it;
no other medicine lia done ,p
much real, sulbstaftial good, nob
thotr medile a hast restored health
and ,trengtlhlaM so.llhtce cost.
M1 waf te,,blsi4. wit serofuit nd ,iaAMi
Bnear l)l my .or.~t'ht. For fot sso.tls I
* a,'i zot o to ," u *:'is tag' A% fr tRir ng
twor bottle of 1E1d'~ .rspariil)oend see
to wtltk, iud wheatn 1 adM taken ei bo'tits t
se' u ds. witw o. a e *'..e r * :: 5 m . .
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PENRSULR AID OCIENTAL STAM8mP COECTIONS AT IMilA.

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exaandone araping ^ifp: t South Every w wo
pe /a,. arresident.sd Te, s p" pid tt tb WorM"S. Faur, the p.. inc.. .. fTs. w toktaep aeasiyona
. 'a MA :ig osor4.e1' .4. ,heaa 4r o t rlpbic hvl e- dose V WiuneA ati.
ia a- Prkeuideint ia1 'InO0peaS( r UI*w bring ale Wine
* .as J um3 *;; ovua1 s5t*m $tteekhpIovemetst e oz of razdi gi ves won stcngth for all
0 ,'4 iritor4 tpwU s a and as alo prese* itte it aill not he the duties of lif1 It givet thmw strong
i. e: lte W o ntaerves ad freedomfo t pains.
,.-idLa,-, B e aid-l .: .r ,e "^ ae o. lwr c.* Wine i Perhp Th E I;;t guards: the health. The organsquiklytrespond to
on It, W e t, flt .i e A 00 sehevegetbe ngreiefd tie o
.4 itfeIssottdry towo b h t ar Card.ii is cmpose'. A realtby woman does well to
d wels that have rel been sunk, to tis medicine on approacti er periodical
'< u4* hdtusay nothing of the fanous Booulw ar' sjcwess. Wine of Cardui cures the worstcasea of
r;i,.tojnjf{r .th L. .. ,p.i .;" prolonged female troubles and .has t housan
t{ ~a d :r, S. t: ,;' 4 *.. -.-----. --" of them quickly eand completely i thte privacy o
.-r ca ,p tWi A'DT!Wy-6ve miles of roadway ha ve .. .. ... b
t, et contruc~'d within the, W o r d '
We .re -t t, b4't 'Tis a a A"e portonofthi is CiconA", MItss., May, I- 1902.. w.
F ',w-.+: Vot r iw fo. -.a. s fas ph *ost. o ..the roadway. & Bs arl Wine o, Cardui and Thedford's Black-Dranght f,
o.t o d e .t on e a. tted by oe lardcape Atch- yo dicnes to all my friends everywhere I go. Five months ago I
.rt.i m irdir ar oddo t is y d,......os the house. without great pain but I am well again

al 0100 f a t wa onl t akeu or botle of W in s of C ardui but feltbe tter t ha w'Iobavef U
'h a .. : ..) .." ,ir^ > .t i n t w o e ar s MeS N T O L I D E W E L a .

St imathe by bhi act in forngOrmn ..... ,,-s.ctth the -
of td by ante Ametrirao
. .n.in .t ih ...Carlina whoi by equ T 14U i y. .... h s .. .
furt i.tvI he Je been given .. lwav en ra t.', by the cutter grs j .
And so far as L h rion goe be- 2.. !rio About. 40i ... ----.. ,...
tween tthe records of IdenWnt .l;'a -to t : i 'fhe -ys are about re, T'S C wrs 1 it. r atntgz
.l. ..y "a, "-ooe .te . T ,his =i~ i 4 i ti s ur -. all tathe mills. .... o
I1h, ed, by l* L, .e di ... I1smYU,+trnue o at t &,. y ', 'W." <- Wurtegen, Croc1. ery. ..i B+7J L Ar 9 ChFiv e Wai 7 a Ie.I
weid M.K..ly *4 ot l a.'. . .. o ;, &k dliy 'tehu 'i t g .tI. .O ulaea a

tance fore a. regry appointee upoTn ef. s oe the Am.erican Writ..g Pp=e 3 h I .. Strnthens
any *ouwherz comnnm'ity over thet c^many,; d Cehe C*emic 2 Pape CStS Wy t CO)tS at anrd MlstS, tSI ad c
r-e- Hy dni... p...ts of its ew' iLy, I l~ri4tiaJ PreTsd n36 O ir ma.l 6 cents tt C. .M MOPIpETM. D. S1. OUS, MO
whi.te. ,,respon, iul. . it-dy. and 0,e r Ma<. of W tertown, N. Y., ha" beeno w. 5. f is '.r. -i ~a Iets Awied byT c r family hy ician in chriieyt. o usMTE ..T..N..
mainly *nver im any isr.n which a tel' i ,rmiAp for an wit come to Ho0l" ^i)retiuiivfogtorcolibia dto wasm ane*c ntbest
Schd ren, woneolta neelities whentere iew by Ilan house and anti thetetthlig troMbles are oo. -.
joi mennt. w a ra'rw .( s plie stuwlaurec .aaaiungit oor friends I tteadof the hor tat t omanyinople ne to k .
w -i-. 1 .. *_r .. .- ....... _____________ ________,q*........... HATWLL.... AYBB.....ausger Daily T.. esaad Weekly T.... a-.e-scm,,. .


li4n from that of Presient ooeveln. I rida BEast Coast R y .
'he former appealed to the conAcur- T t er gi
rUnce of the community and the other
now appeals tO *he resistance, the ag- In what is fand what it does--con LOCAL TIME CARD No. 49. In Effect May 28, 1903.
gravtlon nd the import mast ership ttinig the best bloo-purifyin, O.
of the lkoal public wil,-3onstitution. slt lv tnd t niC i ta BOU -EAO DOWI .. NORiTHBOUN T-bEAD UP.
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THE DAILY SU

"AP.., ADLY CRIPPLEDI.V C4t08 FINhIAg.
t ( es .re 'fthim ng. T
"..... : T W.. O fi ,ls foasteuned to i hook or even tied
OcolUmbi' ., June S.-Railroad t i strlll?;ig Mt to oxit th. tl I
conii ':tre' in au even more an. salwod, t t e thi r1W I
ndylng ptate today than at any other 1ilt(,ry orm f the cutUs ,z to to
time -tl o tbe Pacelot disaster. Th slowly pol'. led t iutil tlhupoe i a1 !l'lt- I
Sout.rn Jh two lines from Columbia ln th r n a vta ht-
to Pl-,onsV and the Coast Line on tet:pt to elbrilce t witha ther .n I
T he l uthern's two !i.,t wore cut off it: To lln molt a g!Y is
Sunday by t o (iatr ucon o trestle w Uil into t. he io tiher ::rtntie of tu -
k! and the ("revln: IV uIs
work at : S tel i an l at A Iton. All te,4em t ~, io It i ,:' hait Th 1
StriMn oit ( A vn 're thian fore- a 1;'o of tl, 1 iho if s 1t
ed. to 4.d "0 t.. CL'u- ;id, New. , pn ,, ,i Ih .' 1 -
rry it' .I a.^ ...... h th t! iI c a ,i,' ;,,i io::. I n -
line, btd i". .n i -- fi'e upl i ,,,, '.^ ,.,, ,,;,,,,i ^> t ;t i)nkp"
l ;I i d -iv 4 ) i s;4 1 1. 1 .
necld n .... .. i t i i :: . ; ll: .- i .,
* ii-count n M h ..e 'Uf h at
L' tai' .l '.!: '; : ; to A I nl" l: eol t ., th, lihe i tl' i "
i I L sntL .~-l d '1j ',i ,i ...; ili 1, l ,, . pe ,
comnil g to (.l : i: i(\v i it. 1, "i;:ip ''
out over Cu: t ;! :.":t .t 1 i 1
ag ts, lut !.:.;.,.- . ... , ... i : .; o -... f. ""* ".;^ v,- "as ; )rblir ,'
Sto llred by -wa c, ;" ." r :;'i, n (' r.;. k a ;:. o. r',--
48 hours 'belo' I ;' (, :> ; i ; of attie
ito 'S 'aia:' u rI, i'. i i a !,iu '- hlit.:!:' o(' 1 'k i
Thursday r r' .'... .i ", t i 4'.- ':11 it il In ;Itlili "o .
of oprdr can bl;e r .
SOhaotic conrUdtios .C. I di : .
From all ... ti'e \\':a w t w t
papers are iece '.: , .. ''' ; ll:i; '' o f it
relieve the snff'': : s wa ;'Vi,. <':!tnl left
valley. Nean ly ,',',i' v Y tl, '' ..o.i i.
kforwa.i'ded by to i.: .. :. r t, ry i), aI i>\ 'l !i!ni na it'l
people are throw.::i n -* ,.2 '- ,- j w,1.'' r gtt I hlrf.y..


i. n l orumoia, a trheo '...
flooded several po'.orho,''..- ". '.
water supply for thte 't ltte:i tll iro: 1
ishOpsa.has been cut off, but worKv Il
locpt iebstituttons wfll be resnimed be-
fore th4 end of the week.
WATE$ISPOUT STRIKES CAR.
Rushed In From Sea and Caused Pan,
Ic on. Trolley.
New York, June 9.-Rushing in frame
the sea, a waterspout traveling aat a,
great speed, iha, struck a train on tho
Brooklyn elevated road, hbond city,
ward from Rockaway beach.
The motormon ,:,aw the, spout just.
as the train reached a trestle over the
Broad channel, Jamnica bay. 1He1
threw on full power In an effort to get
past,. but. the flood of water struck be.
tween the third and fourth cars. The.
platform were crowded with persons
unable to get inside, 'These were al.
most swept off Into the bay, but man,
aged to hol-d fast to the rallkags.. The
ftod rushed down the aisles and caus.
ed a Wild scramble. Hundreds of
pleasure etekers were drenched to the
akin. No one was seriously injured,
however, and despite the fact that tons
of water struck the cars they did not
leAve the rails.
A Territyini [lat.
When the Freuch artist Benjamin
Constant was traveling in Morocco he
was invited by the sultan to present
himself at court at Fez. The New
York St-ait4eitung sIysA that .e
painter's first thought was in regid.
to his costumn.
"Court" In Europe w'as one thing; tn
MZorocc6 it was likely to prove some-
thing different, There wasi nothing to
do, however, but to wear lits ordinary
evenlt4 tClotheso. le was 4gnor*it of
the ftt that the Moors look upon black.
garments an very vulgar, arti it was
only after his arrival that be leamniw
.h.t. i tlatake. .
Th44 cmrtlers siulled openly; worst
of all, they sneered. -The Ipaiater was.
a mat of hasty temper, and saudel4y,
nettled by their insolence, he closed
his opera hat and sprung It opitan hi th
faces of the Jeering crowd. They NcatO
tredl, yelling with surprise And fear "
The sultan heard the noi6e andede-
mandede the cause. After ihe hid g and -examined the wondterttful hat' be
gave thi oraeular opinion:
"It I bad. lived a hundred yars Int
your country and adopted all your oth-
er customs I: could never have brofth
myself to set on my head so hideo
a eontriVane a t.hat!"
-"' 1 J, rt -- -,,, ^ --. ", ..
SO. furtltb a cutioos lftane. In
WlbIeIbGrmany differs from other is-
ti a oIn the pVparatfon of food. Milk


.amobn O t|e aiiuuebr wblie 'S us mude
f i w. pear ta stiowbe, crthe8o
raft. siid heriiei &MI ,,wilet eOmwnO.

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Nature" sJW4

Res to
Is the nate applied to "aleep."
Sleep of the most reatoriatlv
dind follows the use o.f
ANHEUS ER-BUSCH'S



Recommended by leading 1
cians as a pute tonic
wonderful building-up prope
Not a "dark beer." but a
malt extract.
All drugglsti sell it. Prepared only

Anheuser-Busch Brewing
St. Louis, U. !. A.
tr aers aof ei famnours udawcIeTr, Idich
Black Tan, Pale-Laer, Fauiat, Anh
Standard, Export Palo and Elqu(litte0.


"a mtrm pr'Ola tly tilh l!t b
J. F, l11)W.J lW l. lolemaleo 'Dele. ta ,ii n1 tila Ocaln, Pha,


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i I t 4,' : ';i m iti 'r, .n114 i1ir .'It It I1 J
'IsI :Itroe o i ;i t ,'i :d itll tilhe l, 'r 't oi v hi
t: 'I lat it i4 bil e (l!'(; d ip :g ;i rl t..a'. !
r ' st I iilv';i oys .'4
1., cy I-;*' t)l pit ,t' )I-O:'orf, .' : 1: d di d
'' IA ilt' l' t wt'. t lil tll hil t ,d ll i
to mI.
"'i l,' i:; a ,'<.a: -tt 'r tpic via .'- i; I o1,>': A

\'ith lii l ;iil rnmi); '. 1 oft nll \ v', 'te ,
lh6', it i' I t'.' at ie doo i't w enlh('o .Wl't".t
tl:; rati'or lrii tl :i. soct ion i' f 'oli
that Is Im!bedla.d in Ilds foec; nnil
boulid, otf, but It Is irohbtly l)catwu
lls skin is so hardeotl d thllt lie feels
nO 111 efects," Philadelphia Tele-
graph.
Cuts, Bruises and Burns Quickly
Healed.
Chamberlain'sa fain Balm is an anti
septic liniuitont, and when applied to
cuts, bruises arid burns, causes thorn
to heal without maturation and much
more qaiekly than by usual treatmtOnt.
For sale by all 'druggaists and medl-
one dealers, ,.

Planters and Growers of Long

Staple Sea Island Cotton will fin

it to their interest to comm1Umi

cate with THE M ON AND 4

BAREY 00CM1PANY, Charges.

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The Florida

Fruit and Truck Grower

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A handsometl ill istr d (mamal(
devot^4 iep0,1illly to tibe IIrtsif ft
the froit ltd eotoLbMalo gr itvT of
Florid .
A sr~cl*1 Xtiat eultief 0 of, six
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0e5n eI) tat 'xp' rMstws i~neett*C .1
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ialk To. .
Ga nwific was a clothing fcapert- -
h(' p)ottive', flee it n 'it e I/ ( ere- IAtft

lt ar 4

'S SOMETHING OF. d
ON DRESS.

Why are tho beost-dresatd n mon
In (.tlesvillh our patrons? 4
VWhy do expeiortsi O drors 111% iv-
ritbly buy I ron us? I
Th. u tsllwoer la olbvio>l--thly
know what i Itg-- and their dlsi'rltnitittloin
tells tikmni wo hlavlt It.





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stu lon e lGoi'hnu it.;itp o itl. rlao.r,:

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Sold by us conthittutaely for


OVER THIRTY- TWO YEARS .
without ai single failrm. tI you i
waint a p iano for a itlifeime
iervloo bty the *.

Piro e 1oat low a. Is a flNtorsnltOitk wi inl t q" tlty.
clt.th or on1 Oa y tYerlom i'4 on (6 l i MiOO'.:'
trihl. Wo vltY t'frltli. wi te aWrl, .
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*" In t e '< nsWee < averti s. atem as *a l.r
t il Oon(iotvriit' of itt1 i s ilt~t tI r l'N :
S 'tt ,&iegncd wltItuitltils WIU hin t'ea t Reta
'It'.Photr ni uvsa will iot, be 'lik to iq 'i i,
FOR
DO .YOU want ii s 'tivia uiohtniey If Uti IO illi
buaity tl you loot sc toa ar. es tim u4V
fly, I.money. It 1*et cites.' ,i a .tthtM. i nt1 I t>n tt.6't '. .t0t0 0 '
w itr h i 1. Vt-to h lnos. i.,t 1 1hUM t t .eot t
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F. 9rES .OTHER IS IN JAIL
0 r'.:: ogroes Hae a: Scrap at
i'Wad, n Which 'One is Killed and
His Slayer 16 '.Noi:w Behind the
Bar ...

,Thre was a general mix-up among
he negroei of Wade on Monday last,
When one _0egro was killed and hi
sler priounptiy arrested and played
b 'tid thebare..*':' ' : .
1~all arter, the bully of thit seo-
ton, was the Individual who wanted
way ad which he semevd:to
*%o-ve for quite a while, until arrested
|? 'tilpty aheriT Whilde n .,,:
carter was ite only gone I town, aid
ptd ,everything *in his path until lihe
,4ti e aeroes Dfputy Whildon, who had
n ti man tim been notified,
i e we.ipo' i urd to kll thedeeea.sed
iegri wwas a ihrrington & Ricthardsonz
ti8' andwouly two ballot wero fired at the
vjptlm, they taking effect arid killing
'hismi at once.
COMMITTEES APPOINTED.
.eting of the. Temperance Pdrople
Ye' s Yterday Decide.o.n Aptlon. '
At the c!slled- mi ting of #bh tem-
0alOce @advocaes held yesterday atf
t a0n at the court house it was de
14eled to. point seveOal comiitittees
'WJ:onfer with the officers in the en-
mpiieem6,t of tihe law.
S m me-eting was of special Interest
I'.t itt.eir behalf a it was dteeided that,
,tlzey would' Phortly offer a reward for
ipartlos llonvlict d of selling without

i .The oottmmittees appointed by this
body will at once confer wilh the
pterofOU6tig attorney and circuit ju~lgo
end pledge then their support to sup-
press the evils of the blind tiger busl-
nestt In Alachui county.
A Serious Mlitake.
". 0.. tt .oWit & 4 o. is the nameU of the
fitm who uinke the genuine Witch
1aul61j~ave.. DoWtt's is the Witch
I PAIJM tjio bial without leav-
'h ".R'a s rIt': i a't te rious mistake to
1i50 Aiy other, eWt Witch Hazel
Salve curoi blind, bleudihig, tclhing
'sand ,protrudi, g piles, burns, bruises,
1 .1ma ind atll ki diseeasBe. Sold by
SBodiford & MOolliium.




'0 1 '. d'.l ?ho.p lr'
e:'a '::0nA!e o u i hi ': *.' naibl,e'ht ain dead. Thi
Oi ., '*" 8o lat;' 'lm< tium l ld any of tiho fout
: mn." Thcy n ;: two hlorses when
"they- ron:t. h' the rtvcr and at least twi
Oi the lut, o tral tialg for the Bad
'l Oilff Corne- a 'nof t h opinion that
One of them is Walill in thio bruth net0a
town. All evatlthto men are well.
"rmdit aind the eloritff exr.ects to hav4
a large posseb out tomorrow determined
to Oapture the escaped prisoners. It
I t not thought they will be takes
*I Mive, as they are well armed.
i. nteresting to Astl;a Sufferera.
-Daniel Barte of Otterville, lUowa,
Swrites,." hav. |had asthlma eor three
S or four years and have tried about ull
S the congh and asthma cures in the
'market mnd have rteVivOd trnutmLmn;eit
l;roin plhyaiius in N w York andd
D ther cities, but got very little bliethlt
u til Itried loiey's Honey amid Tar.
W (hth gave ume imumndilate relief and I
w ill t wver b, without it Lun my house.
I tintasrly rennumio()iMtld it to all, Sotd
b.:.'.' oy W, C.' W.m"llaoe' drug, store.
At;, AlCeges Discrimlnatlon In Plates.
i Washingt ; 8' ,i 4 i ieoalplatint with the intetttate com.


e.. e (Ot aumittoe ainast the Cleve.
lla4 Obljoao asund St. La.n Lakq
I.l *iau Mihtoitan Southboern, New
C:. eae:' l 1c.C. IIltniao Centra,
]W sDoton *ad Malane. New York, New Ha.
a. Sa-,I d Urtford, Delawar0, Lakck-
p ai Wetlrn, the 'WVbaah, the

i. a.a. ts, .Mnd the Southern fiAll.
: atiet that- roud bale g*ttOa to
Q grt.IIatd a8 la t Ia tristeratee.
f mber1a O Co0,61c. Cholera and
"wroogi ee4 s~ the one
Y|t\hat as* always e depended


IS^Another `l b woman, M r.
fiele, of Edgrton, Wis., tels
"o' sfthe was cured of # guarl.
ltes and uterine tro tble, terible
pains anid b6ckache Lydia Eo
Panham'it VeetabWe ,%ol d.
SA while ago -my health began, ito
f&il bcdfuse of female* tial1e1 4 The
doctordid not hel me I' r.emIteh red
that my mother had e d Lydle E3
Ptnklam'al 'eget*tblr Com ouund
on many 'oc ons fotr irregf a'itles
,an uteriue troubles, and 'I felt suro
that it could now hatti' no atany rate
to give it. tril.
"I, was certainly glad to %nd that
within a wevk I felt,much better, the
terrible paii.. in my back and side
were ob tinm n to cc and at tho
tima of menstration did' not have
early at erios a time as hlieto-
foi-e, yo I ?outinuc< itsi fUrs two
miont3s, and at thb. end of ihat time I
wo like a new woaan I really have
ttevei0 feltf better In tmy ij,10 bxuve ot
habd a st 20 pouada more. thai I ever I44, so
~inhesatatilngly reoomabend Vegetable
Co tmd."--.- M Io e.A' HNIwa B
X0n, Wis., Pre.7dent ousebold
ncOflorlc5 Club. &##Defor/fltIyI4p4nal t /
a 14tter proolant fyulnyeimaannn.t produced.
Woimen lholld remember there -
is one tried and tT'e rebsedy for
fnil female i11im Lydia E, Pink-
.ti's Vegcetable Compouid. Reo-
ft se tO bly eniy Other xtedlchein
Syou need0 tlbe Wst.

,W. C. T. U. WorlWd' Convention.
Boston, June 9.--J'ho preBs common,
too of the National W. C. T. U. haa
roeelvod a copy of the program of the
world's W. C. T. U. convention, whilob
wa onodt no at Genova, wtarland,
tflay, oaid which will continue through
Thnurnad.y, In t'he absence of IJ.ady
Ltiury 'Romermet of EF"gland, whosi
health will not peortnllt huir to attend thq
coivrtibon, ofl which ?ho Il, proaldent,
M'rs. T..mihll AT. N. Stevena, of Port,
lld Al Mec., vlee p roseojnt-at-large, will
presided. Trhe buit'lifess seaina will,
be IntAorBersed with puhile meetitlgs
at which a number of speakers known
widely In connRctUon with th temn
pernce movement wiUl appe a.
FOL~HON .A
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THE FRUIT & VEGETABLE ROUTE
OF PLORDA.
Time. Table In eett Januky 4.1902.


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Onis'o U0pwn Life. of Star Wittnms i'
t,: aind White trial.
Jackoen, ky., June .--t is believed
tbhe adet sgus prdinhe'dg the ourse of
J. LwB4, prixnisJ4 wilnew against
Jett. and 'rit, vd ssi-
~iatBoB ta.t atI,ht. wAnseeps a ho-
tel.' 'Parta claiming to be. ieai and
Wie aZiied lInst ight: fto iAods ainf
were .ta.ena it. ira. E~ven was eu-
picloua and aeaed t otr ,o editlonal
guafds.; Whhoan ta e new 'lorsgar wexe
,a*rd .movi1 eab(x.ut In their room the
Soldier. ra-ade an e.xaminatlcn and
found bot4h wer- e men. te. part
were tutriede wA aLd no arrests w.vrq,
made.
Tho soldiers cannot make tarreati
Under martial law and the county off.%
cers are otkht tno arrests for drujkl-
n re s c- oa jiuapil on. There hga
been: no town marshal her.e izL.co
Cockrlt] was :iH,.
UJna le to Obtain Jury.
Jtacison, Ky., June 9O.-Judge R d-
wine l.ate into court at 9 a. m. prepar-
ed to ca.i the cases ofOurtis Jett and
Toni Vhite, charged with the aseas,
sination of J. L. LMarcum. The court
adjourned untli 9 o'clock tomorrow Le-
Ing unable to obtain a jury from the'60
men summoned. The adjour nment
was decided onr because all of thi
venirmnen froni M agoffin had not ar-
rived., and also because the delendants
announced their doeire to procure ad
ditional counsol who cannot raach
Ja'SckSow' umntl Tuesday.
DEATH IN ELECTRIC CHAIR.
Arthur Flaniran, a Negro, Had Beiri
Twice Reapiltd by Governor.
Oeslnng, N. Y., June 9.-After be-
ing twice respited by the governor,
Arthur llanigan, a negro, was put to
death todty In thu electric chair in
Sing Sing prison. After t'oe current
had been turned on twice, F4lanlgau
was pronoancled (ii;..
Arthur Ffai'gaI n ld!(id K6b'pjr hiughl
McGov.;r -in the p-' .on attaohet'to th,'
West Fifty-fourtlj :it,'et police court,
New York city. lie and another tine-
gro, named Fran'. lnmerson, in eO ap.
ing from the pris' n Oct. 29, attacked
e 4 .cOGovern with ain .ron bar. wh!ch
they had sp,wed from a indcow. Elmer.
son was letting hit' olf lown from th.
wlindo.v by-a rope whon the ropo broke
and. he foil to the ground, and w-aa
Idlled, lant lan, who had preceded
Emerson, eacaped, but wita captured.
Conatipated Bowels.
To have good health, the body should
be kept in a laxative oondltlon, and
the bowels moved at least onae a day,
so that a"l the poisonous wastes are
expelled daily. Mr. G. L. 'Edwards,
142 -. Mahln St.,, Wlohlta, Kansas,
writes "I have used Herbine toregau-
late the liver apdbowels for the past
ten years, and found it a reliable rem-
edy." o00 at Johnson Bros.


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bowels, but regular actfb cannot be secured until the lve-t
secretes enough bile to make te intestines
execute their natural functions. ., Unnat-
ural agitation caused bycathartics, compels
continual end Increasing doses to
atta.a the results.
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river ; cures Chl.
and Fever, and every forn of
Malarial, Bilious, Remitting and Inter-
p mittin'g Fevers, and, by going to the seat of the
trouble, works permanent cure.
FIFTY CENTS PER BOTTLE.-


For Sale by, Johnson Bros., Gainiesville


For Sale by Johnson Bros., Gainesville

motab'lIaolmecl 1878

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"Wuat'B.S'Pyitexnwtle to
f' *e Be.. t Re.sultt s.
ii6lbo$y thinks that' he can
. a 'nd so he can to a certain
Ut this eyent is one which'
1 :one at systematically to get
i '!taS. The jumper shoUlda
4tuly notice his strldq on go-
9 the take off. So ,that he can
S'distance-Say twenty-five
ct'and by stepping onl this
tl, one of his feet as he runs
V|li be sure to strike the take off
We omes to it. The jumper can-
u0re of getting his best efforts
Jump unless he Is practically
hitting the take oft. After this
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J WQrkU. i(KlUoy. aun diwkai .6uro ed 1'4 n both.
S tM L. run the( jumper'sh highest South Side Square. Gainsville. Fla
S"Zn this. run the Julnper's highest fl t1tst5. 50)v.,.$1. A.k cfr (74-,ook4,--.Feroo. _
e."d should be reached at about ten "...ro.....r.. ...
rt'Ielve feet before the take off, so .SNI T A c Fennr, Frdoia Y B*arneallock, aorois the hall from Smith's
thatbe can gather himself for the ............ Studio
POPp. After leaving the take off he
ho ild SoorWout and up. He must WPATTON,
iav* elevation or his effort will be in CIVIL ENGINEER AND SURVEYOR
vn.T He should go into the air at an a We uArLvu,*A Wi.onuA.
angle of at least forty-five degrees. A "1 hav0 bei troubled ita gr, a te dal Denalr In real. ....ato. Thoroughly posted
od way to get this elevation Iby ita torpid l liver, whiit podlne ca onstila- Wath every seetlon o Ilad in Alaohuiaoounly,
gpoitdwajy to get thtis eluevaton ionI I found (-A TCA to.T a 1 Ito uall CoI clani i orreapondeoce soliteGd.
PWIng ta hurdle in the jumping pit for thooii amO u tsourosuch reol.itto e ratrial .- -
.ad' Juinmplig over it. The jumper t11 I pu sed on J. DEMPSEY
should' gather himself together as he Irnmcn, co1areis whenever tlhe onportunity o FURNITUI REPAIRED
gOeS through the air. and at the finish, Is pr.e1% iievt" J. A F an Mae New.U
Uset before alighting, hie lould force wt i LOOKING GLASSES IRE-SILVERED.
1 rs Qn by a spasnmodle effortwith CANDY it --h
hl Sl.rtni and body. The legs will strike CATHARTItC We buy or sell PNlitulre, or oan oontraot
Ze'.aground at the farthest possible with you on the oomRisaton basis. Patrontkge
distance. Practice will slow how far solOlt tio always-----..----------
out thle feet can be thrown without the LFRED S. TAYLOR.
athlete's falling back into the pit. It 'Ass Mt na aseav 1#8 A.LFNTINAL "\ND
mistbe remembered that the greater .l'PAPIR N ANGIN
tte.i' peod the farther At the feet can PP IAR rANGING
Throw# with safely. A great deal AINESVILLE, FLORIDA
etpiraetiCe is necessary to become a 00oot1. Nuver iia t.ei,., Or ir io. i.c. 'c, l .. .
04od broad Jumper, but this Is an .. OURiS CONSTIPATION ... Aoent for DECORATORS' WALL I'APr I
event which It Is not well to practice COMn. tst .ar ,tn..4.i.w 2. : coMPANY. New York
too frequently, as It Is very hard ont 0yTDnAC l' mrt' w'a...
thlege. The broad Jumper will there- usie to lRit I'olc Ilalt 0t ). WArx AMUJt, T. snAtIAMI
fore not expect to get at his best dur- ; .. A . A
1xnghls first season.-G. W. Orton in St. MEN AND WOMEN WALKER & SHAYLOR
Nicholas. __U_.6 uig for nnnaturlI ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW
totda ly.uiaohar .lanflamftatlon, .
e. t lltwtlan. or .lertton -.
TRAGEDY OF ANIMAL LIFE. 711ntoio,,. rMdtooU s ,mIsbrane. Jacksonville, Florida
'"-- ~'' SCHEVN gent or poIl.ito s. I
Somethinag Pathtlte In the Career oi I INCIMNATI,0 Sold t b lglrgitst, 14-8-02
the Prasenger Pigeon. t. r enit in plain wrppr,----
To him who knows the story of the nslB.o 't or I QAFE BELVEDBER.,
l{5ssenger pigeon this group of beauti- Croelar .net n rueek WM. SCHILJLIjtt, roprtitor.
ful, grayish brown birds with the tri- l..- ...- ....F:y.....-h...-a-t-.....l
descent golden sheen upori their throats r I 182 W. Forsyth st., Jacksouville, FlaU
Is the last word of a tragedy of animal pO THE PUBLo. op te Postofioe.
life. America was once the land of the We, the undersigned, hereby agree
wild pigeon. Early American writers to pay $1,000 to any manufacturer of Best -dining plaae in city. Fine
are full of references to It. Alexanderpaintho canWines, Liquors and Cigars,
Wilson., the fattier of American orti-
thology, estiatedthat a flock sAeenby any paint, standing upon any metal IHE WEST END,
binm in 1808 contained over 2,000.000 surface as perfectly and for so long a
individuals. It stretched from the ho- timo as our FINE WINES, LIQU)RS & (IGARS
rizon to the horizon, as far as theye GRAPHITE EIASTIC PAINT. JOHN MENZIS, 1"roriaetor.
could see. and wais over four hours In We guarantee GRAPHITE ELAS. 19-2l- W. t"a> Jaonvile,
passing a given point. He saw a nest- TIC paint to cOntahin'o tar, rosin, as- Faust beer,bottleand dru(Iht. on't
Ing colony forty. miles long and-everal phaltunm or any of the produce tsof fall to callr on me when tilhok.sonville
miles In width. petroleum, and hen -applfedl to any ------ -- ------..
ti wf1805 Audubon saYW hoalers at surface according to our dlreotlons to ,W HlSEN IN JACKSONVILLE
the wh arfs in New York-laded notIn wear pefIey or A Porf of five A
packages, but in bulk, with wild pl- wear pe lyor a e ---Viithe---
geons caught up the Hudson river and years, and we agree to furnh, free of E ORYSTAL SA LOON AND ROOF
sold for a cent apiece, Up to 1860 the charge, all paint necessary to repaint tDIN.
bird continued fairly abundant. Then any surface whore it has proved de- hAt. Ltrin .
a frightfull slaughter began to supply, festive. Signed, tahe bit Llqursi n the 01ty.'Untor-
an increased fowl demand. Gun, polo,. The National Paint and Varnish Co., Thea p ro.
club, net and sulphurt pot weie em-, Oleveland, Ohio, U. 8. A. ......................... ....
ployed. Thirty dozen birds were cap- A asre in anu that OLD RIIAIL
tued at one spring of the net. One pie
map netted 500 dozen In one day. l we have secured control fot Ataitahus r AERr M A N
the nesting season trees were shako ount fort10 6 Ofth a e e1brted PlItTIN ESTA iMi
or felled and wagon loads of squab GRA.uHLTE 'IASTIO generallyly
tken nihtly -rovesf bg bll known ai Unclo 8arn paint.) Thfs
turnen*nty -droves of hogs -ing gpathas the highest endorsknetel '0for' SATISFACTION CUAIIANT#MV.
turned h4ertuti.h .the l tin,. and. Iron roof. and all exp'sedD
bad left. Wherever the treated metal. ..
flocks appeared the laughter began. T.. TIIOMA4 & Si CO, 0. A Paiasnr. Iesee Snd Iot r,
At the last known large pigeon "nest.- vl ia. aiv ords. "
.li4,"' an 1878, a billion birds were killed __ _.
4#ring the seasoIn. ke 'Ue the t bion,. It ---' ... ;..." -.... .;
was etfectually exterminated. showing
te t yrrile efficiency o mat w sets out systematically In pputrult of a JA L aeksonville,. FloridA
lower speeles.-New York Post. .
*I"eldets of Foreepig T 'ravel. .
Mr. C. Johitntone tn Travel says 1 I erehants Lunch frolls 2 to 2p.,n
that ixperleneue wandererers In ut of A- iel r al. in
the way places are thankful for what U ,
they caniget, and lie Ititances a atr.v- prt4 W rbter gt0r 'ret ISrllt
eler, Whoiwas pro l tig to paI.e thO LO 1 *
ntght at NJegus,. tiny village it Mon-. ...UP..a-
'tenegro. Steakf, Fdht.I h "Have yon succeeded tn finding a to owder. Pooi, B1ihliard. Ikwliag
room'?" asked Mr. Johnstone. Alley, 180 W. Bay at.
"ia t goa rooTaomp t of Furn
"N-not' b~ad There are three at r tur LtO H flt i1< Do BE FOXY.
t*'d wwll that' all riht'Is the i iet!QSewinMa W etU

hno I dontt know that the bedl i ---- .
clean. lnut that oise can get cleAn beds
"a one continental hotel a 4ir..".summeoan the waiter tn the din- -
'Close that window or I. 1hall "idl." "
G.tr'on," exciatme' a etoish tldy. CALIFORNIA AND RETURN
I It open ori shl *" yg a I.. A S. K .
I it this point a Friun t. ,.,,
1 tefy:. '"ive it' open ti : t .e Ge r- r, :
'the English lady hta mpxr*. Then O^smitle oLf.t t
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an re"t."o ng s.'ai othe. .Vs v
^ o you bel,.-e *,., : : 0 .* 1 a r.esa ,, . ^ , i t, *
5Si5 ls after death be u k*'4 .. pt"a" * .-w I
ttheldo." eab P.t Wwt l waav 4w *~

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d DENTIST.
iIaN Suooessor to.Seltfler& Aldermani
Over Dutton A Co's ank. GaInevittle
Special attention to Crown and ridge Wo`
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a_henteanrism ase;| -*---
osheUTr bes Graduate Baltmore Collere Dental Surgery
five yeats' experiencee in New York City.
on't become discouraged. The l to a Crown.Bridge work ad Fillinh Speolalties.
oCe for you. If :iewsary wt'tIe Dtr. iOentter. ALL WoAtK GMARANTDA
esyours. a tmiu su. OriAlncBti sAIs. u.FL
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rlle Utl t(tsrn, d(l ahurgtng blot |y matttJP. J 1
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:i4JA1011 WILLAl^^tt


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NAL AND 0QCWL ITEMS

as Nappened arid What i Going
pen Told in Short Pararpis
1hat "HIi Who Fwarns )May FRead"
K Thoe Su")
U'oreithC ,shman & HilIl,
9. iW. Fos.bter `of Aiachua paid

SPadgett of Paradise was
ppiagt h ity yesterday,
P10presa1 hi -le for. sale. Inquire
Y. .W do Nortlh Gainesville. 1
s. Amfnda Gaskins of Hawthorn
Samong the large number of visit,
qri t Gaitne.ville yesterday.
i. Ji!. H. .lson is having several
i~irvenents made on his dwelling in
wh e western section of the city, .
1 L..Hill, the special repreuenta-
Ne of the New York Life, made a fly.r
4gasiness visit to Rochello yester-

G rand excursion to Tampa. June 15.
lkets from Gainesville good retrn.
l until the 18th. Fare, only ..$.25
.or the roond trip. d8t.
Tonight will be the last. time Gaines-
Wll e le. people will have an opportunity
of hearing the celebrated pianist Milp
eyo.' Do not forget this., .
IEdw1ad A Smal e o f gar"wasmorng
the viltors to the city yesterday, He
0e linea frthe purposes of havill 'ie
ont'l w.ork done by Dr, . Alder-
ev. iV. O. Wambolt,. after filling
his regular appointment 'at -High
ptingsi passed through ; ainesville
yeiserd.yq. en route to hi: home eat
." aoiksonville.
ei. M. Cole0n, after -a brief visit to
U l is4 family in this, city,, departed yes".
t'rday or Porry, Taylor ouin y, where
he -goes tolook after its. extensive bus.
<^JIness interests; . .
.' E. Harwell,. the efficntf.city mar.
s;ihal of the town of High Springs, was
among the visitors to the city 'yester-
day. i He came for the purpose of ad-
iJutlig some taxes for that town.. .
Mrs.' W, iBevillio of Arredondo
was along the shoppers to the oity
yt, .~rday.; While ,hero she also visited
b 6indsid, ,and has a large number that
arsealways glad to meet her.
-i C. I.'' Layton, attorney for- t0P
Atlantio Coast 'Ll te, departed
yesterdayy for points in the south.
ernt part of the State, whore he
goes on business connooted with the
system.
8tingle young men will find the
g loteivt furnish ed rooms at the
']rown .iouse Annex, 70 centa per
week to $2. Also several rooms for
tht hlmusekmkeepling. Apply Brown
*t1U. office. ,
,|, Mlton, oone of tI he anon m "rn of
ithe aw mi ll bnusiues of Allisoni .l el-
ton, was a visitiOr to Oalnesvllto ye,-
terday. HI mill 'hai A capiacity of
I ibout 70,0O felet ipner day anti he 1s kept
buoy filling orders.
SHon. ltenj. P. Calhoun, State solio-
IltOr fot the new circuit comprising
lMachuan, !Putiimnm 'and .lBradford cotta-
|j : ileies-arrlved ih tite oity 'yesterday to
^^,jbe jpresent.tn his oficis al caipacity be-
,ort thie spocial Sess'oni of iroulIt court
to LoOuvene li thi t.oty today.- '
O',ahnmberlaintt's Stomail)h and Liver
^ Ta blts aro jiusit what you need when
yIou have o a >petltte, feel dull after
i'iltting and wake u *'wlth a batid taste
ti your mouth. They will improve
'your appetit., cleanse and invigorate
!youtr stomach and give you a relilsh for
$1 our food. lor sale by all druggistsl
a:d medicine dealers.
,3.J, Owens, who hais for the past
seiBveral months. been employed in the
erochants saloon of this oitty, departed
yesterday for his hone in Camden, S.


.0., where he will in future reside.
During his stay here with Mr. Willinm;l
She hasi made many friends who will be
Stletasod to see hinx again return to this
:, .. '
T' Ihe Atlantic Coast Lne fbifers pecial
rtes to Detroit, Mich., in July; At-
1lanta, a., itt4luly; St.LouIs. Mo., in
S-n.; Knoxville, Tenn., in June and
l: ; Balti more, Md., in July; Baltl-
mon, Md., in Juno;. i ostoWn, MasS., In.
L une; Asheville, N. o., in June Sa..
v'annah, i. toi 'Junei; Nashville,
n. i June "ad. July,- 81peil low
round trip ttes to-napy other points.
will save you to 'Mlquire about
!ia; trip. J' A. GooNwxz, Tioket,
i~m ~ iii~ifefii^ M..I **J Al"'^.."l" """ *i<.;. ..
t.|Vh^-'J*^^^Bl*' M ;"7~Uu^ -*J^t^t~kJk> ^ ^^*


t raet' right away quick, lote forge
6d ,. Carter re tornedi yesterday
frome a professional. visitof severe
days to points in Saouth Florld
L. B. McDonald, of the" i)loMe-
Donald Lumber: Compa -af, W trains
act-ing bulness. in Gaineville e-
day.
J. F. -Edwer4 s proprietor of
Ocala House, one ;oih the best ondt-
'ed hotels in the 'tft, ii ; here looking
after his eextunsitve buiesnt in Oet
il Gainesvllle :
Mrs. Q. H. Dow passed through the
city yesterday on zuute to hrltoei at;
fHigh Springs.. 8She 1has4lfrth04iast;
several dayi; been vlstingi reiAtive and
friends at Iawthornt ,...
Remember the grand excursion to
Tampa over the Seaboard Air Line on
the 15th lest. Fare from 0i.nesille,
round trip, only 42.9, tlge6ts good re-
turning until theisth, ineluflve. St
J. M.. Fryer, who was for many years
one of the business mien of High
Springs, was In the city yeCiteriday. He
will shortly engage in btisiness it' Val-
dosta, to whih" pointihe has .recently
moved.
0. 1.,1 Rogers of High Springs was a
visitor tothe oIty 'yesterday, 'He iS
numbered. among the sloon men and
came 'here to ,onfe with his attor-
neySt.in reference tothe wet and dry
questi.q .
F. M. Olyatt' the rail road agent,
truck grower andt general nmerchant.of'
that Ktrvlnt.b lystWas tAitor
t he b.coit-'yeete.r4y. 1He says that
the carita0ope crop of, that section
will not, be a large aI formerly. '
3. H. teen' o 0.'wree( I in the
city. H layi itha th farers of his
seOtfoni ar bdly needof rain and.
unless they are :tavored. with this ar.
tllo at a hafl datete tecorn crop in
that section will be n entire failure.
J. W. Exnglll of Tacoma nwas a vias-
Itor to Gailesvllle Tuesday., He is
one of the prosperous truckers of that
section and has' realized very hand-,
somely off of his vegetables consider.
Ing the bad ieoasos that the truckers
hAve had"to contend with.
Little DiSfigured
but we aro satll in the rtig at Ooala.
For 'your old Diploma, Plokwiok or
good Budweiser bser s*end your ordor
dlreotto J. F. Edwards, Oeaia,- Fla.,
where they will receive prompt atten-
tion. tf
J. M. Bryan, who was for several
years one of the residents of thil coun-
ty and a prosperous grower of the For-
est 1Grov section, was in the ofty yes-
terday. liHe has recently moved to
Luraville, in Suwanelteo county, where
he has a large farm of several hundred
acres, and reports flue success in his
new field of labor.
"I have been troubled for some time
with indigestion and sour stomach,"
says Mrs. Sarah W. Ourtti, of Lee,
Mast., "and have been taking. Chamn
berlain's Stomach 'and Liver- Tablets,
which have helped me: very much, so
that now I can eat many thingW that
before I oould not." If y.U huve any
trouble with your stomah wh y not
take those tablets azd get well? For
sale by all '4ruglglstas id medicine
dealer, "
F. A. Warner, represetiting the In-
dustrial record Company of Jaolson.-
ville, is i' thme ity and paid thl Ofltlosa
a fraternal visit, His paper is dovotedt
exclusivl ly to the turpentine, phos..
phatt and lumber busline of Florida
and Georgia, and sla the only paper of
ilts ktid published in the Southern
States.. Its information is always re-
liabloe, and It should receive the hearty
support ot all business men engaged in
this li' o
Geo. Lynne, repreesoitlng the Inter-
national Correspondence school, Is in


the oity in the interets of his college.
They make a apeolalty of training me-
chauics, bookkeepers and all olasses
for higher positions in thei lines and
the remarkable buaienm done by him
here shows that his school will l eA-e -
large number of students from this
section of the State. Among his list
are same of the leading citisens of
Gaineaville.
Ladies and Ohildren Invited.
All ladies and ohildrei who cannot
Stand the shocking stvain of laxative
syrup, oathartices, eto., are invited to
try the famous Little Early Risers.
They are different from all ether pills.
Thay do not p.trP the iayet vemn
a double do W not gripe, weaken
or sioken; maniAtipeoi c all them the?
Eay Pitll. W. I owl'Hl utook
Tex.. says nothing bettor oat bt need
for eonstipatkut, tick hea41aho o
SBob Moore, Latfaetti. i dn.. -illi


- work wel aneW. y
M~e I Me~ollisa. : ;.:.


IApi t alls a, at the same
0heo ~6rsielf tonight ya going
tobhear 15Io Xeyo at the Opera house.
J1$J 0 i ?%* s tise seooi. recital!
fr tb i1i L, L the Ok: .Hatlils to-,
11gflt. 'All ii" s of music should hear
thi*t auqobe pianist.
SMrs. erfman Kelley of Rochelle is
I the cifty rr w 'vtlsl to tr "parents,
r. and. Mrs. Jolly. She will remain
here r several days.
W. White ~. Bell is' 'among the
large ntUber of people that arrived inii
the city last night to be present at this
session of the circuit court.
ese Slocurn o Cow Creek Is, In the
city. Wle has, been summoned as one
of the jurors for.,the special term of
court to nvene in te city today.
Miss Estelle dMathers of Mieanopy
paeed through the city yesterday eh
route to 0.Lake City, where 'she will
spend several days visiting relatives
and friends. '
J. B. Gtlloway, formerly of the
western section,, but 'now located
at Wade, is in' the city. He sl a wit-
ness before this session of the court
and is here to at end the same.
Walter Hall, who is at present run-
ning 'r. co0l drink and confectionery
stand at Micanopy, was amgng the
visitors to the Central City yesterday.
He reports his business thrifty and
says that the warm weather has great,
ly increased the sales of ice.
J. :.G Slherouse, one of the prosper-
ous' truekert of the Micanopy section,
was among the Visitors to the city yes-
terday. He saysti fat the dry weptht-r
hat greatly interfered with the vege-
table growers of that section and that
the erops will fall far short of the av-
erage. '
Hot Weather Weakness.
If you feel 'agged out, listless and
lacking in energy, you are perhaps
suffering from the debilitating effects
of summer weather. These symptoms
indicate that a tonic is needed that
will create a healthy appetite, make
digestion perfect, regulate the bowels
and impart natural activity to the
liver. This, Herbine will do; it is a
tonic, laxative and restorative. H. J.
Freegard, Propr. Grand View Hotel,
Cheney, Kan., writes: "I hove used
H erbine for the. p. t twelve years, and
nothing on earth c n beat it. It was.
recommended, to ".0 by Dr, Newto
Newton, Ka,-" 5 -at Johnson Biaos.,
NO WADORN WALLS.
Long 'Contemplated Improvement
Made by County Superintendent.
For several months, past. County
Superintendent W. M. Holloway has
been contemplating putting in life-piae
pictures of the various county superfnt-
tendents and chairmen of the 'Bcrds
of Public Instructioq Of this county.
He has at last secured most of the
photos andi: quite a number of them
have been enlarged and placed on the
walls of his office. ,
He still has several more that he will
shortly put up, whioh will add greatly
to the apearenoe of his office.-
A Splendid Remedy.
Neuralgio paine, rhemnatism, lom-
bago and solatie .ipaila yield to the
penetrating influence of Ba~lard's
now Linnens.. It penetrates to the
nerves and bone, and being absorbed
into the blood, itj, healing prOperties.
are onveyed to ov4ry part o tie body
and ettffect some wonderfiulT cure. Mr.
D. P. Moore, ajent Illinols Centralt
Rei lway, Milan, Tenii., a ates: "I have
uMed Ballard'S nnow Linimento for
rheumatiem, backache, et., ift my
family. It is a splendid remedy. We
could not do wtOut It," 6<, 60c
and $,LOO at J osn hBi,


"From Sv qfb.Town."
When a man grow old.1
And his blood grow00 cold,
And the hair onr his head gets white;
When. the town g dry.
thONO no meq .*E
To c are bad kebite .;
Did is ever ocurO- U?
If you call on Jae 3Kn4=el,
When you feel that *ay intendal,
Hie will tell you w t to do

Pight WIt be riter.
Those who wilt potipl in closing
their eairs agaiat ihe continual re-
ommendation o. Dr:Ktng's New Di)-
covery for eCokt. snka. will have a
long and bitter w)k their ttou-
bli, i not ed.fatal ter-
nination. Read WlIwt ; B-all of
lie". Mi., ha M "'Ut fa ll
Any wife had ev ya o of eon-
( N m M +o n


by BUdlord L, U&asMse4 Pric"
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Wire Wat to Governor


CITIZENS MAKE DONATION
S-



Enterprising Citizens Make This Offer
to His Excellency to Secure
the Appropriation for East Florida
Seminary.,
The 100 acres of land -jst west of
the city was yesterdaytendered to the
State through several of the generous-
hearted citizens of Gainesville.
This tract is for the proposed new
site of East Elorida Seminary, which
will be located near Green Sink, one
of the prettiest locations to be found
in Gaine.ville, provided, however,
that s R.Ji4'.that-is.now awaiting the
signatgfr4Wovernor Jennings is not
vetoed.
This lands has been donated by
Messrs Graham, Hampton, Thomas
and others, and the citizens should
feel proud-of the fact that they have
such a number of generous-hearted
people among them, who desire to see
the town prosper.
Should the bill be signed it will add
much to Gainesville and her business
interqvts, and the citizens await the
result withmnuch interest.
Do You Enjoy What You Eat?
If you don't your food does not do you
much good. Kodol Dyspepsia Oure is
tire remedy that every one should take
when there is anything wrong with
the stomach. There is. no way to
maintain health and strength of mind
and body except by nourishment.
There is no way to nourish except
through the stomach.. The stomach
must be kept healthy, pure and sweet
or the strength will be let down and
disease will set up. No appetite, loss
of strength, nervousness, headache,
constipation, bad breath, sour risings,
rifting, indigestion, dyspepsia and all
stomach troubles are quickly cured hy
the use of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. Sold
by Bbdiford & McCollum.
WILL BE DECIDED MONDAY.
School Board to Take Action on Prin-
cipalship of Gainesville School.
For several days past the interest in
'the. principalship of the Gainesville
Graded and High' School has waxed
warm among the large number of pa-
trons of this popular institution.
There have been several petitions
filed asking that the present princi-
p41 be re-appointed, but it is under-
stood that a large number of these
signers were not patrons and that a
fair part of'them were also ladies who
had no children to send to this institu-
tion.
As yet there are no other applicants
for this position outside of the present
incumbent, but it Is understood that
others will be flIed.
The board will meet in this ei ty on
next Monday, when they will attend
to this mattel as well as the assign-
ment of a large number of other
schools over the county.
Was Wasting Away.
The following letter from- Robert R.
Watts, of Salem, MO., is instructive.:
"I have been troubled with kidney
disease flr the. last five ycars2 .I lost
flesh and never felt well and doctored
with leading p yaiiltans and tried all
remedies suggemed without relief.
Finally I tried Foley's Kidney Cure
and less than two bottles completely
cured me and I am now sound and
well." Sold by W. C. Wallace's'drug
store.
MARRIED ON TUESDAY.


N. W. Littlefield Weds Miss Edith Bean
at Tampa Yesterday.
At the home of the bride's parents
in Tampa last evening Mr, N. W.
Littlefleld was united in the holy
bonds of wedlock to Miss Edith Bean.
The ceremony was a very quiet affair.
only a few of the most intimate friend
and relatives being present to witness
the ceremony. The bride .is well
known among a large number of the
citiens of (tinesville, having attend-,
ed East Florida Seminary and was aO
general favorite among her large nium-
her of acquaintances. +
The groom has had charge of the
cotton department of H. F. JDuttn &
Co. for several years pe.t and has al
ways shown himself to be a man oft
buines and enterprie.
Rev. B. Holy of t it

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appearance 5 4it prtettingf
corset. We s O at aAt style
Figure in ; e l. f thei mest
for th6e W ". COset the 'bo
Corset and the Pprlten corset.
This latter I tfhe new form ad-
justable corset for medime and
stout figures,. We also keep the
RiL" .: & Coset

Special Values
In many dejartbients thi week.
It will oay you to visit the store
often.


Mosquito Canopies
At $1.00, $1.25, $'75
$2.25, ready tO h"ang,


and


MRS. R.WILSON

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UNDER TAKIN G CO.

Full line of FINE CAS-
KETS, COFFINS,
ROBES, etc. All funer-
al supplies' up to date.
Hearse and carriages
furnished when desired.



Personal attention to
all business in this line.
Orders by mail or tele-
graph promtly attdnd-
ed to.




THOMAS

UNDERTAKING CO.




SfMITNH'S STUDIO
(113 E. UNION ST.)



Special Reductions in several

grades while the cards last.


Has Moved Business,
J. Runkle, who has for the past two
years conducted his laundrys, business
at the corner, of. Liberty and Union
streets, has removed to the oldaschool
building, which place was recently pur-
chased by him and arranged to suit the
large increase of his business. With
the new building he has nstalled new
machinery, and will in tthefuture be
Prepared t,' accommodate twice the
Volume of business that he has hereto-
fore handled.
KodolGives Strength
by enabling the digestive organs to di-
geat, assimlit and tfnatorm all of
the whole food that tay be eaten
into the Iin of blood that nourishes
the nerves, feeds the tissues, hardens
the mnuse and reouperates the or.
gans of the entire body. Kod0ol D4 "*
pepta Cur etufte Indigestion, D$s.
pepsia, Catarrh of the Stomach and ll '
etomaeh disorders. Sold by Boditfod
:e o l :: ... : :: :.
:: uro ,A ln. i
Sevral of the jMirosatuinodm i
for the special term of oireuit eot
omTe eIn this eity today arrived

All of ithe prisoners now co" oe-d i.
the county ja wil Wl be tried at

. r to tth -g;ar si to ';.




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