Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
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Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: June 17, 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: VID01904
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
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 Related Items
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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ITTEOF TERRl

S$IGNS AT JACISON

.oelndiary's Torch Applied
to Ewen'u Hotel.
*ANY PA WEO &L5EPLESS NIGHT.
Au4Rlidded T "n Kptucky Is In
* State oQI r $rehenslon on Ao.


c eunt of Lawless 4.cts Being Corm-
k; iitted--Jall Under Heavy Guard.
p k... akme, Ky., June 10.--Ii-terest in
ra* trial oCf Curtis Jett and Thomas
Wt~te for the. murder of James B,
Marcum, attorney for the contestants
tr county' offices, was secondary to-
istay to the preliminary hearing of the
toi *astr of Hargis brothers, arrest-
s4d by the loldlers on the charge of
bwrnt a the hotel yesterday morning
oft 8. weon, the principal witness
r t, the commonwealth against Jitt aind
iWhite. .
S.Although this place has become ac-
eastomed to assasslnationa and to In-
-eadiary fresh during the teud of the
Spmsit three years, it has never had such
- a night of terror as that of last night.


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sobe anioedy V A At nfA
Sane jail last iNlht was under a ., i :
'&: c The prisoners suspected wilth f
iras g tI"wen'h"b use were detained U
in the camp. They were kept in the .
caxPp, gua d house manacled so the;. I Tsnr linoalsL
would. have no opportunity to escape. IS anim0ousl *.-'7
They were greatly frightened during of S O
the night; fearing a mob would on ....
to release them and that the soldielTs rIHT OCOUR&
would shot them. Crawford cried -
during the night and repeated, "What Sanate and Skupelh
a .ool! Whata fool Ia r !
It is believed these men will bere n roclaim .
leased, because the grand jurors are Vitoh Monrch of
residents of Breathitt county, and will* Io Relations With*
fear vengeance similar to that wreak a
ed on Owen ift they Inddet the men. Belgrade, Senr-a',
The people of the. town are complete, utoer Karaseorgev
ly Intimidated andl are awaiting the re- unanimousb e
sults at the courthouse with greater "via by the senate
fear than ever. .oint session.
Joe Crawford and to Tharp were' Th presiding o
brought before Judge Redwine thi season the Sorv
morning and testimony heard on the .fe the election.
writ of habeas corpus bued out fort l IAudJ che
their release. by the ,argtis people yes.
terday. -Gray Hadtdicks and. Jerry .
Lunatord Identifled m:.wfrOd as one of
the men Seen coalni .om the l wen
botel Just as the Sfre '.as discovered
sad A. IH. Short ,sai h he.w Csaw
at, Tharp crossing' thq bridge go -i
in the, direction .of the Ewlenhotel a
hour before the fire.
Thie prisoners told conflicting stories
at their whereabouts on their .eton-
tion yesterday.
Jmitge Hargia and attorneys hie em-
ployed to defend Jett and White rep-
resented the prisoners. Judge Red-
wine decided to hold therm to the
grand jury which wax recoavoned this .
morning.
LOVE CRAZED, HE SUICIDE
Joseph Paine Dynamitea Himself on


central r feorgia.ram,
Cbta taga, Tenln, June 1to --
eeph L. Paine, who re*ldet at IRos-e
well, Ga.. near Cbsattahooga, commit-
ted suicide on a q entrai Georiga
train ne;r Lafeyette, Ga., Sat rday af-
ternmon In-a most.unusual mn',or."
i 'e went into the toilet room. and
JUDGL EDVWINE. there exploded a stick of dynamite,
any tpet a sleepless night of vlgt- which frightfully .tangle, his body
nAe, not as me er of any vigilance and blew out the rear end of the train,
mnmlttee patrolling the streets, but There was no one astU ng near at tho
Within their own door, as many are timeand Paine Ws the 0ily portion on
mpecting the torch to be applied to the traln'that suffered.
eir houses next. Paine ioarde4d the train at Cedar-
.Fourteen refeldences and stores, own- town and %a* seomtngly at right uan
,by those known as Cardwell-Cock- til. Ton was reached. Here be was
J sympathizers, have been burned beard to amy:
Jackson since 1000 and the num.- am goina to blow this train utand
Sof lives lost greatly prceeds that o.il everybody "i
ber. No partlcularattention was paid to
i'.e week ago the trial of Jett and him and in t few moments the man
hlte began. Many witnesses fld, retired to te goentlewoa'e clout with
.4 the commonwealth had to close t lrnafl satolg in hi ha +l-.
s case because witness could not Saog n a S r 4pO w rt n Wa ty4
~ ecured. The fajte 0a lU swea and for a 4 r p ent Rthet most in.
j4 of the waeiae. (t tf tpu o. x l t prtaed. v laed-
ray, shows that the l~ of stion dIllweMk4 e 4.4 that dthe sWa
other witnesses were On iad b: *xpleo4M dstlrea s 0ell to tho.
This feud-ridden town, thoe pol4 t te 4l ll9, i ut.ilega hits bd?
hlieh had somewhat h* f -e ke.. ti eelll4h a* ct6l. 1oe 6io
tion under martial law, hi today it te as t o the car.
Same timidn plae as batfor Whot order wrs restored the trda
ate militia arrived. Whbea te troops moved o. to ltax yte. where the
ere first sent here there wasa tfeel- mnWS body was left for shipment back
ig of relief and the people said that ,O Cq Tart0 w.
e .o the wrongst would be right- j Thm. affair caused tlrts t
beca ae tho intlnidited ritiw.Vlt ettemet and for a times a paatr stcn$o.m
Id now talk out. Sinco the bur ed imminent. U1t left a note soyfalg
yesterday of the large new hotel, that his act was dte to a love atoait;
J. Iwes, tLe principal witneats s tat"d* that he was tI love with
a t Jett and White, and the rally womaan ia Naahfle.
r the Harls faction to the aid of the
ea suspected with having homed it, GI ORGIA r.ITOR, ON TOU. I
!hqful eitlieanes phake their %n'sl' :I*
a today the state can render 8ghtseetng tIII Cefentts-.rWI VItvi
Y.fyoweteov erk*.
YaVlT floished Vwen hotel had Atn P'raneco, Jon. Jk-A etvai I
sos.and it was greatly needed. It ttee cA itWSp%14 We0, Weprestlu&;
po tetd out that 0 thb 14 tlcB-; the Georag Pres s atwIUt a* At 2
Srhe, duria the past two rit ed here and dAtrnte coill weekl
S e ,t of t0 l har tak will derote tkua.0r ts to 0 at tbeA
t The witres senes ant attractteon of m6ifaA st
ating sew tel htaikn i the The party nwaors bot S pa pli
SIp, pfesf.tM a pait ble rte- will leave, fr. l 'W-eed
to4r "r"f t tr .to ..3- S meeti. sd" e t t 4' n 'Vt .
h trokea wife aod daugh to Sit#t #*ins tthe . oth -r o
their 4trawrewas tU .'reat the state, ate which thfr whmtesv s
1120bters bat esaped ko rns btr t s ,d no north for a en dgsW
a bot* i wrappora th ptto e Y-owetae perh. eja,:; Y


P5uJf Vh =-.'- w a-np c .u s '

!Bpropett bamr sf the"a stage of 5 t. t, 0.es .Wt1 Oa 1
4sad biS*a. They were ls sowf ris49 ;T*hewat Is ro
)ed by the sett IL man ..&. Sl. t s fci b e...H ...'. nnt .t.. E
^.n.'ii i~ -iaoAag^^^m-1bsmn^glit~tiF aill~~ \t ^*t


I)NESPAY, JNE 17,903. TENTS
r L tj N- 1--.--- .-


lED KING'

rpjoted Ruler


A D ELGRAD'E.
t in Joint So-.
L Karagorgej
ia-Diplomat '
i0,, r Count. lee.
,Zleo li4-iPrince
td at 12 15 i mi.,
Il d king of Ser-
anskvupsbtina, l
r of the joint
8i*'l Ainet pro -
10 Rrnce.Pte-r as


diplomatic reiatlois werc poncernod, TOWN| I W AII1\ l
O W WIPED ,,,,I
of Kina Alexauder because the British UV
the late WitB yGR. cATOVERF
The premier added that his aanswet -~- *
probably would be eondeed Wad. Hundreds of People Report
qucto and Intimated that if Mr. Bowles i i
had places his question on paper, int IcrOWnud. .
the reSular way, ho might be able to -
give additional Information tomorrow. A,,.U L CAAMITY. I\ ORNEGQONIi
The Servian minister to London this
afternoon received official notification Cloudbursts Descind Upcn Heppner,
of the election of KinM Peter. The tel- Ore., Converting Streama Near by
egram was signed by M. Kallevies, for
eign minister in the provylsional cable. Into Raging ToPrenta-One Hundred:
net. and gaid: and Pive Bodles Pound.


"Skuptshttina and senate, meeting to-
gether in jpint congress, unanimously Spokane. Wash., June 10,--pec(al-
proclaimed Peter Karageorgevitob telegraphlo and telephonic advices
kia- of Servia," from Arlington, Ore4 estate that the:
The telegram ialtructd the minis, town of l'eppner, Ore., was d'autroyed
ter to announce he fact to the Brit, by a great flood of water, that rushed
lah foreign office. down Willow creek between 6 and 7
The .Britlsh foreign office received o'clock las evening. Reports from
the first news of the election of King lome state that from 350 to 500 people
peter by the Assaoelated Pess, The are believed to have ,ben dA-ownd,.
officials said that before taking defi- At 6 o'clock thlU morning it wa:s r
nitse action they would, await King Po, ported that 10 6 bodies hd been oo0tt.
ter's aaumtptlon of the throne and the The wires aro all down, and osly
constitution oa the new ctbinet. tt meager reports of the disaster have
ws frahkly added that it the new been obtained, which are brottht by
kin't's cabinet tnvluded those who npeisensiger.
were It' the assaitnatltons, It wo lid 41oppner li a town of about -1,,80 i;
be impoastble for (reat Brltaln to con- habitants, the county seat of MtU600
tinue dlplomatit rolatlona with it. county, Oregon, at the terminus'tl. 4
The question of King ietcr's enforce" branch of the Oregon H-atHllaroat .,
ment of( thL puinlalhment of the murdor- Navigation company, Farmingt '.
Orl wat leftln ab'uiyano, stoek rAnesa are tho chltof Ind.ustri
I-- .-,.- Willows rook, which to gtven nas
DQY KILLS HIS FATHER. caune, (I ord narkyasmatiistream'
.--- oarly repjwrts Indicate the flood
Sixteen-Year-Old Son Defonds 0ile 1,used by *itheyr onQ. or two. cat
Mother at Eastman, Ga. burstsa '
10astmman, Ga., June it.-lr.' T.J. J. *'...- 'j..il
buchan, a pro ilnunt physical of tht MOS AFTI rllotBUO. '
lace, wasn hot and instarntly killed. "-'-"-
py hit 16-year-old suo. James O glet-iitil Farmoer,.Armed with g.n d q j
R:UCht)1 at their home here ti ni y For noondlry. 1*
4 roFrt Ino- ('*o "'. '


A coronte' vneat was nhld h o otine and., rflea, the ffr ..44,
be body f t dean anummer oidene o i
111nliso waO prdnounced Jut flabi' hi and N pweasto., N, Y, a losing
SA xA(isB. i, w < l tho klnendtflWy who hai h:.
rosa, which were reposatd on the an- 'ie shooting grow out of a itiffiruly mo relthan tt ldo housi d l
nouzcement that the vt, was unani. + between)r, uann an d hiN wit (r- dot ev rdolI
the Vte. ,as -a Abellg which the wife called to har ton. -
In w h W, U ___ni ? l4 t0 irIl
for protection, The young mnan0 -im t
he mlntatorof julo. hai we. dto I .y.ear..4
the-bmnit iane onhaedeho fsat to that 'ho t tg hi father was 'will to ard with the b
the bony d nnoud therying -to kll. 1 s mother, a .h ndi that he...^
tho waiting rowd. shot his father to prottet her from th.y cat him e t w. hoa1hn
The people received the otmiattlon {,offttred a reward $1,,110, 0 1o 6.0i 4
tchan ttas suffered verl tu and ceuviciton, gNoi oev# s.
oreyt voun traifor some 0mtie, 1I tively identity the man, nor even 0 -
Sfte nIv crim n with any d $ gceur'^
a n o4 ny recently returned from At- n. .hm ee. or
A1t, wii Wro he took a course of trat y although e ha b. W: ,,ilong
Sen uin der tDr Woolley. tt Is aid at OcasIon. leaving We t nt or
t hat he has often tlrCatend to kill a whih s hotly Aitrw-sd urit
that,,hoittO fiau -t It gan4r.l eined
Ss: wlfe.'fami ly and himself he Iso fla .at. at t a iy bl do'vd
When at himself, Dr. *tuchan W,5 I be Isa uhing Mll y *** Yor
.*..To--ts6us pollshqd :..gentleman A.nd at bus t-
a pyiifi; His e tragic l th litas uon hlve llatin I$ms. to the
Wi r0efl4lv depliorod Is this vlelnityl po'r j
WAt AND .RIV rS1 1 "IRfl AY. olk Itv, IU11 .0t
Asidve I -p Lw Creating ls Natonel Girfl ed Boy B*Ive d In hOheet of
Rmbeiei Celebrated. *o j'
-w; torw. Junte lr-",4BFe si r sa.-'' Y*, hDU eW .lgpe4 I
ctr flbe b4thtds$. of the starI and fnr M a11 :t4 nt, Josephtne
qu V--A f$ We ted today, when, at Alou4, 1 yFttl her lrot
with salvos o-( helrs an4 aroya *M Sl iala boner was 1a1t erm, Al a f leto we e'
sts of a wdroaantd b w a wMi ta t the city by patriotie cued ft*Ro tta:*i apartments ,
$s*o c;Mi,, Wasp8 potyiste houses hI ao hlhro t
*t. tJe .r : 1o *, w4ai bin* 1the. pvub-' Jc 5f*Po ar at... ". o
GreVta SwltWerlaud, lSa# C 4 fl 4 )euib commemorating a iR h %bttbsr o t 1e
.Petr.. a..ed "t .. oc ,a 4 dos I be hel. colt I ?,q s W used by m
s *A itefgrrasm fro*m -'SAlpe as*Wh-.f- Tiaw rni n "thI~ e atipnail owm lt. *a" mI.a:I storm wiach
auIIStIg that a 1pharp *gt had Uotakes ): P% ti i 5.50VY hisar 14, 11on bu ti. fb45 ohl. neatl 1y wos
place in t Le streatf bwaen thse par- -A! te Mirry t yr rll OB '
tVts -f the view klng Sat thse ofth lhsa abatAh, Iut eltriftara wsre seat #4 **i Mad slats:. The
Mhles, t1he agItimls4d of #ing 4 h.tdcatM rflbye Dae aoes- ie to, a winow
tan, Mtster at the utur44tf* king Ar a stiles a*6ag that today ie celebrated 'Z b M ) evismoahag c-i4 be
been living tow C stewtttapfr aiis a4 e panic among
partita pted a proIAfatlou on he the nk T saken aftaq 4M a Hors.4 Nf 01* 15 fla d to the
#w51* .eofSgrats, Aza It was orn Newv Verb, $nse 16-4 the set at street iSW 1 4 4. W Anuln to
down by Elog Petrafs tfplorWs aftaC a sarae wrelawes otwe 4 asa the A 4*^ 44fl*
agree... ---. teasi h desneto, the R*oey-$ 104 J0 t-w nEn Cr
SMiw$" i Resus siN the tOWsra nast nw T .-.-m aoma os

*tetasy :tthot Bt tnra b raentry $saded di lr --- easiteaant ever1

via WOSittierr The prolsot egafest the Jllshtsd .-*** The other 457 he wiF
sstilen sot Wugbroot '8 Seoss botwe te esoat a ener din *Stflss Newark stat
by 041t* Stowhq, Cite e*iltbt tw if slt* t ec sd ine t'ahtia j *4l 70*5 IS la r4. .




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had cb Wilt t.yr noI .


he rat'tl of Ha drrib 1cill hln m *
U re, to besie li ds -
iSu on, the edge oft t0wir, whils
cpore. ap:arsn-
4',,wi o declare. they ill
Spth hi, a d thM Ah.rilft and hls dyl;
eC tyi to'. m lio him prlaon-
Sli k' Bhot and killed Ne'wton W.
ria s warmer 'liviz th near town and
4t.1i e1 l st n. ner. . Pagei
o'vr the q!ural of I~arrf toItilloW M1n
11iitt pvto.,y atton l6on to his daughter i.s
A tilhtb to,"( have 1nsp!red oun kilhlie ,
tot ti.t ti;he O4th 0f MIrs' Minxk Is not ex
th p, whoi i 21, years of age, recent
fV ll" 110%tats b^ f lk '
1"t,,ttI ,rom the stae bt M'ashing'
g ttfZ4 tfore, leavi11% home for the weis
S4 pa4 attentions to Beulah, the
I stA t a4t1ter of Mr. H :trrls, ad his suit
~ h bgegn discouraged by' the .fathcr.
A AA A his return ,vhlnR. has declared
Shaintendod to even up sxoores..
4.'Hrr1I":WaS in his pasture. lot
00000L4 Ied i t:whent Mink crept up. behind
th ic He was armed with a rlfle,. nd'
lt.Jh ii PF St'ti ;t shreltor of a fence h 4.e6d
04.O the Un'git'pecting farmer, who fell,
v a 40d Wi4At thef rant. to the prostrate mtan
t~l tie rpi an0 ahit him otyr times in the back
AA* s, w ~ lay 0ia the ground.
Alare4b 'o7 the firing, Mr%, Harris
4t ratw fr'th% 0tar ,, house, a short dietatce
A, d 6tprtd ;toward her htn Qnd e
>.,A Mik 4tew a -revolver as che approach.
o* a rpifred, o0ie, gTiot, miswlha tier
^| Vi e 0, 4 O lA L 1.t Th*@ ht rp frot the field and disap
ared in te woods nearby.
A sitiers. A search was instituted for Mink,
40* 1 0f vtt tA a *uttmber'0 of people went to his
hom' Torceia an entrance they dis.
at :ocovror ,the bdyA of Mrs Mink lying
6e t 0,1On 'tile floor. he had been shot a
lu er dead when
at t. rwaserd iinmes ana w et
o ro"t"ttat" ft ett Yporgbnized a strong
cit 1 P earhr0s fa ia d,40art for Mink,
lklg a o ThY jryol rti ands 'ttizt the,4 was untt hing orih
1sin verelot tn fredor oth aintf a desortd huer otn, the edast .
ib Wnd c t. O J.a A. an rhase l'ooowbp A the r aoI Iched t he


Ju" Ma.. son's th urt.Was Oneup1 owe& his rifle and. revolver and
"foh th. entire 0ire ap shot.e at one man who tri d to ,
Monday was the eJ l day ,run around a corner, of the house to
Several et at d im from bohlund.
." A es of e, oi Irftg lo he.e s rterffiists that he will make
p every sh6 ot to prevent tW lynching.
i: t th asetare of 3' ..t... ." .. ... -
"ouh e R l. to E th EAVY FLQODO IN- NW MEXICO.
ordtn Soutthern rioau or 0 i lh s
Ao'eP, tried by jury arid ver oAlbuquerque, IsI er of' *eing
was rendered in i vr o' paer o ind
tft.. J-. A. Carlisle reprelelx t0 Albuu er que N 1 M.1 June 1r.--'hid
plaint lffi d 0. l Layitn 8h. d. tehon has Just been visited 'by the
fe:daent. b avihet raln of the yeer, accompanied
T. P. Boulware vs. A. L. railway by what most am ounte to a c*ood,
A ik.lling a hog, The Jury ., etued r butt In the Jemes moutiiks, north
Sverdict e favor byf the phititlf Sf iWo i thi ol ty.
: ,and costs. J. A. Oatirl.le looked iter' A .tiden rise ame .in the Rio
Ithe plairtiti, while tht doteniis r a t rade .river and A.Mbuuerquels aga.,
presentedted by J. A. Ammoii. in o iai1 danger of being iub-
,iy ndtyet'.r 018 of le r1...;* $ u tet*,) u*dw wer a*rid
b bggy and harnees. He was b(nti Sg t0 us of thei. household goods as
^ "over to the next term of circutt ourt they t, 19 t wagon., Ala.
t t ,A Frightened Horay SOed, bh e t* t protects
sRunning like isad down te staV 2Iig qH 1 at, is attso ndes
dumping the oetujanta, or a hn4ref wat, a4 4, pe:le baY. &baadened
other aPoidttts, are every day QWOOuney most A s C
1 1a reliable haoie tinjy a tuhredrin, the Ve the tra i of the 0ants

'C'. ,,..Burns, outs, aotrt,, ''eztma and piles a4 I}r;o ok men have .ben
disappar t qUiok ny ttditer its soothing hutred tbe i atop he break, it pf
l effect I at oa I druig stores. t ails, it hoped
.Q Jompiiment to Miss Cason... to top the water ao of the several
,Mt Flavia Oato, Ia chairing youheg w ng-tir sa 4t et 'e between the
lady of tLaOrrtse, is to le ctotgratulatL dyke d a$'t ..,th7 t the.brd ,
S on her teficietny J i mathemm n tic, t
A- is young lady outered the teacttere Gt a i n eqo the Santa P .
A *,xol tt.ii l6t .ton retCeut y i, wtas tie 'has bUP WA This wll
o ani ,,, 1X any gr,,,l,,, t0114. of is~t Sni1' for serer O a yst .
o 1)00r$4hme l.t, Y thhll s ,. .


The friends of Mtis Cilotn are elated S*a.,Ik to En.-
over her success, amnd keep her busyr ey 'w I Jn -Oltal a-n
acknowledging eotngratulationi. nouramett *' be* A A *Ito tt
." Ohamberlain's Oolic, Cholera and. wkly o 9t th ,C't aJl edr
Diarrhooa Remedy I. *atton ia th. abhaaa0tlof thf
t ver .ywhlre recognized as tie n Itik a ths 4 la toaWvor. 'Tli
,,re *medy that can alwayt.t 1,, depetled @mat tat "or .t O' ipp
',.upo ,atd that It phtant to :Mkei. It ls Istaor. k .- 'be ttSRi,
"espo.lalUy valuable for S1tumtr dtar. t4 t]h UI!t W 1 t
:! s."r.hoes lI n i ib dre.n ain.td is uitlobtetdly up, and w i t sUliP t
0 m. t a e.ans of saving thiti lives otf i Uim itO 4.. i4A # I IS toe
:. ; grietnatu ehildrtn, eah yvar. For: et t l WOf* wrnbe
*i '~", balr. Af druggisits and lmledicilie' .gin l1'b t l
Sall"it 0t Carried to ea.'. .R!

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o. lowith foeur, ;arotmut:,s Vt carried W -
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S. T IN THE TUiST .
A IINBRED.DOLLAR TYPE
SWIUTER FOR '$O.
Guaranteedfor one year.. Sold on
monthly pa'mnents at &4. slt"nt ad'
i vaps :to" responsible parties.
" "' yewriter tlbos. for -trt


)rers VerVLow Rat sou iflowiglat.I

ioft Lit T okts to Oat llrnia, Uta0h.
radO, e, o W ashnlDton, Montana,t
Idao, Wyo it. on sale until June.15.

St. Louis and Return
ONk IJ31AMLPLUS 85 CENTS. On sale
JU~e 180'. tood to reurnu untl June 86th2
San Francisco, Los Angeles and
Return
Nattlonti4 io Pttment 0. A.B. Ttock-
et6 < AJ 31ay 31 to Auguust 18. :o0od
,tft until October 1 t.
Denver, Col., and Return
On sale JUne 30 to July 0th. Good to re-
turn Unt Atuut 31st.


Through Pulaitsleeping car d4aly between
Jaksuotnivllb, Maoon. Atlainta, .Obattinoog,
Nttshvtlle nd 1 t. i .ouia. Fvee reolinin obhair
oar between NaShbville and St.' Louis. ad
throuatt Pullmto sleeping oar daiW betw'na
NiSihv lle and Obloago. Thla Is theonli doUZ0}<
fraok. line between ChiCagdo snd the Oh6
Itver. For.fuUl prticulars, trokets and pompwh-
lets address
FRED D. ML.,LER, T. P. A,
No.1 roWn B ds, __ MAtOlm*t


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KODAK SUPPLIES,

SJitat received an assortment Isstk
man Kodaks, Filits and other StApplles.
Devlophig nirms at reasonable prices.

BICYCLES AND SUPPLIES.

121W an ft io ,

Th Florilda

Fruit and Trukc 6rower
Oue Year .......... .. $1.0
uIgle (!oplwe .. '.., .......... 1 )
A hanTdom' Iy illuhtnited mnaaiiine
devoted espQciailly to thhe hterato of
the irtit and vegetable growers of
Florida....
A special trial sutbrt t4n of six
monthUs will tw Sont on owolpt of 25
,

W. F. EE BA,
.... hVl h le and 1Ret, 1

LIQUOR DEALER.

t-: tt, a '...-toqM. .rbI. .
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~M re90

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We ..e th eemportant pt ad respectfully
oli:, ., a share of your business


Fire, Lie, A ide`t aD Health Iun


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Vietor Safe and L. k CoM.pa

The "Victor" is the best safe made, and parties contemplat-
ing the purdhose of a safe, o. anything in that line,
from aboxto.abank vatiwill save .poney
by consulting us. Oaillonor address,


ot. H1V1AE '& HILLI, I
Informtioti cheerfully mrniahed. AINESVILyLE. F1.QRIPDAj


Air Line Rai iwy.

Air "Line Ra ilIwoayo


ScUaVoDs N]rrPl OTrtv APRIL 12, 1903.


20 p
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8QWI~UNIRN DIVt~ON .L~Lj 84


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9~0 5 "" LuwLn.. ................ to4a6
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I a ... .... ... ...... ........ .'..................
Sas y.................. Or ndo .................
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o7 Wi 1'.;...: ....... ........ .. Palmetto ...... ................... ... '
Sa. . ................. e . ... .. .. ......... .
S..... .. ... ...o....... rL ve k...... .......... .......

i.sr"a.......................
S.... 041,........... ... Arm ada i..e......... ......... 11
A 1.i .* WEST AND "W OB** * ,. 6_5p4 .

JAr CsiBIaf.......S 7 an .. .. A.. A8 40 6
Ar U su .t... ..... .. .. o a sosa ...... Ar llaiita ................... .. Io
Arwi I....... $... 1205 ... Ar uole........................ 8
Arotatiern Plt........ is N..... A r NewO ln.............. ....


Alrtl .. .......... )8p194 t4....... Lv Jonaebnvl.e... ....... ..... ....7 Atir
At P d n., .... ........... 740: 5M2 a ....... Ar TvtJunctlon ... ........... .. .
At 9 ........ Ar P la .... ............ ... ...

.f'tu ns C tt on ...................606
Ar t...... ... ... .. Ar obre ........ .......... ......... a. .5
Ar. I.nr ..t. ..... ... 58p 6 ....... ArcNew Orb0 ........ ................ s
r u onvil... ad New York, via Richmond ad Wangton................ e


b a coaches between Jksonville and Washington, ia. Richmond. ae
Aro, tta outh,........... 800 1 4 B ..... rMaco ..... ........ ..............
d ro J c onv ....... l ... ..............
A. u'D1 A 8,80 at/anoo ......................;.....
AV xfthliob ..,It ....R......26 Pl6 p ....... s" abv tlle .................. I...............
Ar Ohdi el eb a.......... I v a ....... t80, ToSt L W ............................. -
*Ar t e 4i4 orf0................ 81 6 p e t* ......... C le o.......... 0...................... 9,14
Oonnecona for Palmetto, Manatee, Oneeo and Sarasota, on 81, ezxept
8f rdays,/ 0m G6inesvil).e. .
t'weatn on 84 Selaboard Expto, ad drawing room Pullman sleepers be-te
Tahpa, Jaowonville and New York, via Richmond and Washington. Vet
( ':da rexooaohes between Jaeksonvi|le and Washington, via Rithmond. Rs^f:,
di inRoar service from Jacksonville.' 1:
:N0^8,qS-aboard Ma],day coaches, tmail, baggage and express Cars:a 6
tvireen Jtitdn'lle and ,Washington, and drawing room Pulman sleepers be-
tween lfacksonville abd New York,
lVo. o5 connctats oStarke for LOCrosse, Alachna, Willeford, Wannee aind
intermediate points, and at Arner with Early Bird branch.
SNo. 56 and 7,i Pullman sleeper between New Orleans and Jacksonville.
Steamers for Key West and Havana.--Leave Port Tampa Sundays, Tuesdays '
arid Thunday, llp.m, ,, ,
A,.MAcDONELL, Ass't Gen. Pass. Agent, Jacksohville, Fla.
L 00OBB, TiikoetAgent. G

Jac ornvill' a dr-New York,
Calling at OIARL3ESTOXi, 8.O;, both way8.
The Mnest tamaip in the Coastwise Service

Clyde .New England and Southera Lines
Direct Service Between JA-KSONVILLESBIOSTON and:
PROVIDENCE, and All Eaoeru Pmbts,
Calling ate charleston bh ways. ,
Southbound,....,... .. .. .. ..romM Lewis' Wharf, Botof "
Northbound............... From Foovof Catherine st., Jacksonville

l'e St. J River Lire
B Between JAesaoNYtxLL. and S.NPn '.ou : t . .
Stopping at Palatka, Astor, St. Francis. Bereaford (DeLand).and Inltermedtit
I. di on St. Johns River
steame* ( Y O JACS VILLE "
Leave Jak st.illfS ;Ipo. D iad0., Tuesdays and Thursday.'
L*eares tanforo -i at. in. Monday Wetdnes'tay aid Fryidays '"-
.heed ^ daKo>iVa l- "o^at
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oa..at'we ie w2' O .7,9 0"....0%....
... .p.ct to A/to us 4i J t Jao ciudh
Wiuct ofkS OP j ft ovr u i ntrus tipn ic k s I faso
V42!,ke 0 c kde dif atriv of th wn


ah 5r6r juryI which a be abi le lsta41 v e'a deored by on ng wdwof its i.,



W toe disharged~'ollowing 5 a]torne.o th .eir un.tiring e.ort h
isentment: 5,! *,: .L o a d ,t_, hmiy i tag* m1 u re ) i mn, an *
^e Circit Court of the $lth Ju tribute 14w braivity of our sessiuon eata
.I Oirnit of Florida. h sad for the extent or ourlatbors. e S de )the ing a o a hto I de
Phui Coorty, Special Te.bm 1900. o th t be h t p mpl r a m ma
on J. T. W-ill, Juge Pes)dl4g: ehyInoragt hall e oike .h erasfo: e 5
e, your grand fuiry emnpstheled andd ~a r ulte y .oWr "laW+ IiyCedde i ,rk wn
h 3 lw e, hok b aU ts p es wui ea oneloe
.. j1 ),.. teO.. ow ,0.' dahns t v ks a& c h
"g cono)'ed out _bot s b~ei "charged. Rhapeedully submi 5ttleRo ine of. CartedbIi a
S bav e la s eton .. ..y. A M. Pou l k F e an
us, bad before or tylx His Lat Hop realized.


sBses therein, and returned tin- [FroI tetSe1 n U Gebo, Moni I
ilt in 1binile asemt to. this -10iurtt .- I the fir cs.opeting.of' Ok.ahoma to
lw n be+r of Indleotsments found by settlers in i80b the di o tohiks- ipa .. *.!: ll.l.... ..
or .l.id us ayeing that, their ha ,per was among th. iMany seeker fter ; .
Sany material decrease in 'frimz fortune who made :th. big rse one 1 Ie
a c unity. We think rtt *the -ay in Aprl. Dirng hl traseling se Kd
,r can be partly explained by the about and "afterwanishix cmping upon ,..
titha sIeveral csaes came to ub from hir o u, he eo wg4 much bad "
Sgranad juries, and Anoto- water, wlhih, 4 CAL TIME RD No,49, In Effect May 28,190r3
filigene upon -partdof our ofil hSt, :gve imI ever tiarrhoea 1 8 E A .OW .. Oi I
In tihe terreting out of law-break- which seemed^ intti~o.sble to 'iTtlaOUT N-RiUlAO EDOW. .Ou OUI-S P.
ob..ck, and aleng0 .i0t e. ase be- N
.a part of our duties, we visited came so ba.d^he exb to die, One .... 0.. DT___lA, l
Stgoorunty oftlies. y .oe f his et oa bru him .. t
Found tlhe sheriff' ofBfo In first- o iu smal bottle of O(ham trla s g 4s ...... ........ .
enditOn. All b0oks and papers l oleraaid ltarreoe d d .............t ....
neatly kept and systematically ar- hm whilr was rl g be i..... .........
S th any information de rod grat y and in a
4 about any cote could be easily inutes the doiee w r The x|| E-7.
'"4. shenty ns by Sherim nosAtOcd and w1$in1tan ah our th e patientT
......j in~talledby ^ hinwh~ia rlabouml or a 5 ....a........ .... 3
n over the former stem, and we ed complete cure and he oanrot hlp 4p; I U........... ....... .::: tons. .... .. .. 4 ses S
d t. compltmen i upon h ut e rat. X6h Jseasu or h- 4 .. 5 .. I. .
Sb and pa scY arel w
. O r ts i te Fo r sale by d as '61i
ithel ecountly in de'sta med by 'r.tod anied icit deab're. I to the:pl gohr .thet'1' ;.,,
-.of InU-.-.......A--.-lo-.--- 0t---........ U)J)1141j


oed and everythinng.g 4atl...y kept. .......
ovoxer ahe .e s are ab ut W 'R1d o e uild His lii t h ........... O ............. ....... ,
i~~t~~ior a4 4r trn e tl e t W l ruhdH s M il..... .......a..........2 8 0 ....0"++, ....:+g. .......'..


; -the office of the euperintencdet J, .,P..,J,, ..l... ... .....
.ublie instruction we found ftNll andd Graham, Was. in GaineAville Toesday. a
1lete records of the finariial at' He informed the0 reporter that- he
in of the publischools, so kept would at On9e commence the 'eeotln j
&p an examination of their condition of an i4 easily be made. 41 other rec, will not be quite as heavy as wa at 1
We found that the offices of the as. he willbe able to save Ilt boilers from .
ior. and collector were well con, thertuis, but the ltgin., p .lane d d !4
ol and all records neatly a'hd ac- other. Whiinery was a total loss* fd 4
lately kept, r .. ......O...nly .oo .r. .,ld it'.
'tr examination of the clerk's o'fc A Spl6nd id Rme*y __g
closed the fact lhat all business tragic pais thenu.mnatt4, a.
*rl wa8s carefully and aneourately b4go and 'olatf paine yield to he
ended to, and all records carefully penetruti ig 'tihll.t. o BiallfarM', *4 .
de and preserved. .tinow ". iinenzIt. t enotrale s to tie av
'e vlalted the county jail in a body nerves atd bone, 4 :anbad b e.b. i V..-. 2
found it neatly roared for, and all h toblo it kevl O .0
er. prec:utions .takeSn for th re veYrf tn bo
ty and health of the prisoner. .F Moo, Jne Central t!
,*Ocare displayed in Its managettba Ral *wal llte bstatesL "
owd -an earned desire' upon e; tid, a4hd Sb rLlta, I f
|1of the sheriff to faithfully per- atiy, nt l @t
recommend, however, Wl tht e and $100 at oson o. ..
oottis pipe w10 ue6 c1rri4 1 Tbook 0 t16 B S p1
.~ +m,~~' fr o. ~~ Fe~tim ia na, the e ei+
mitu '", '0A'*S ^ ', 11 Ms t^^^B^
iubtito erefirA '7 We ils l A.. (, ; .this.,
end that both the kitchen an"d a h*i biee : u 10 s S th
cell be pioted. Th wold : i to e past two week
y tote pea a the wpp Iith typhoid evat Tu day8 ts,"
or of the building, but: would Mod to the thospit a Wa
..... ..in gtiath 0very pweoaution w lken bliy th o I
reserve i u" n folate for hbl comfort nd i is to be
as a matter coming under shader t* he w be wllm speediilyreter*
wiion. We. regret to say *.. g.. te. *A...
fae highly dinsatisfed with it. A y 1 ts Mistak4*
S, h o t.. t a great del oft Z.^U. eWitt&o.lMs t f iam#ft ,
a d that it is very expensive to rm who eake the ge o tie Wi lt,
iBft iigh price is being -aid for a* 'Hard x l hi).: 4e- 1 tlheOi W ll e-^l
dent. not .ort,"h a.'n!' a4 imt* lie, tith"a -eatf. wit v E
B bultthe Impossibniiy of hi tog a sear. isa serious a se top 1
K b at ialury ic suh a phae. se aSny o0te0. uWilW Wit. k .a*wrI
Is very poor, the builtatI Salve ues blind, b
0 i /o ",V.J. 4liothpmantst ra oyie *e
fr quality o and our joadf as Lea

e The Colo.el is aad sa. lei

WOW U # asd 'ror fthls Va t.. b
,Wat. ey .e wnea i4 w...v e +i, e. *
b wi r to gS tsd a a p oor at M ags e a wS|o Sgd ,
J. At 0,t e
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ItALSTATE-:...,
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In addition to the ah4.?
have dedded to work A H4al t
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he thankful for l ny bareule
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tries "loot yeor.
The. A ..er...
Co', tbled bmt 0,1bo31
> the'p l 0 ot 1sp60
to t io

'.4 ii.'obert I
Ki.ientship for :E
p idduring the
0I41islaturo he Il
Seihe has always
-:BSixty-nino Is a
if the population
certain clique w
tiV1 the sixty an
;K'ihetown and th(
voiee in the sit
The legality of
p i.i-ty of Gaines
tipn by Judgo
e1e0stipon he con,
s.t the Legislatu

4-With rmie we

Uth 0-6xports
,th. farmers of t
.j>ltfheoring infori
i4t4s are tryiu1
| p4ist :Atni rit
&!te on a ruetali
aidency qf th
invest in tariff
t-, he mysteries o
New York ist-
K lhass established
Whlah .has bee
shelter of Corne
*O.tre.thatit sho
;lbabdii d of politio
,prts are publis
the $tate, and. 1
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Vi'r ey.. .*2, antI p nsrtinorglo! bo
elp yr ivife d ihstr !i ert, 0. t e l
a cnfe sto rshAce : n'w living
lndere 4v6leyisbrictN.:0:,H spa-
Iti trains tSorshiledfrom otland,
lWe-re they bore the, honor name otf
Mearegor, who, having participated
li th "war of' rebellion," under
inCe Charlie Stewrt, were tooed to.
e to Anierlea after the defeat of t0he
iotLtish : ms. tLey, their maternalt

.i.thi, Winter. of '44, when Florida
wasttill fa territory, Mr. Ley volun-
4ee.d his services, in response to theo
Sof his church, tocome as a mis-
Itriyat to0 the early settlers and gov-
itnment troops then stationed in theo
ri'oryy. '


ue !." ,,-roR .tt! htt time to the present he
t,~a s. un ;oxi* q', ben, asi honored arid influential
kIose^ ni kia~lsfter of the gospel,' having given
a r0~ ly sixty years of active service to
aA v0t 'air. ,t e htach ad State of his choice.
0,1h1su : se rv4.a all classess of pastoral
.. towr jn .hs.a wpr In h'the' gif of the appointing
eonitted4 to setitle PWer with uniform cdneolentiois de-
,'' .vot"i l a ;:- t of the conference, :or treasurer of
i(ao ttah .vesol4 the board of.nmissions, his work was,
)it40 the govnth Null ,ad fathfully01) done. He 'w*s
i l A opeti to o e ^teed AOd a0r'ed as principal of the
.r.t .' 'o 'olf seminary grade estate.'
j ilisheahe Sitate, which position heo
b att4ae0 of '2 0W 4 t1 8tle:tIonoclastlo hand of the
W r)PS4 faiftrf,')i 4 IlW1ar wrought its destruction.
S ion an `, u lh the war between the States,
e WAs ~,g iariy .enrolled "soldier
of theCoafederaey," standing faith-
fully 1,0t hhis -p0t0, whether in camps,
re oy or'0, aplAn, and when broken
t td Al, I l th, redOeved honorable dim-
r6 t is:abe p tritce o urri, frs.
a ^ 4 tt MImi Hllizabeth .W.d of
.1 (j ^:.^!i':.:.; ^ y 'lorrda, who Jived ,twrt a year,
l!; .. n. a'4 ~ tou M ,Miss tla' Pottlo .(
kar1tjnal.y ividera. M ryt, G". ly 4, 188. To
'thisii"' lattter uy:i'*1 three sons were born,
,altthhr... howo 'rhiom are now members of the
16 0 "d honferi ne,n and the third and
,' ...^ youngest a jealous worker in the
,S le'tr-ust has charch.-Our Methodist Monthly.
Itaton of deal .ers i in *,'oz .::I .....
* 4-n ,Franze has pUt DR. LQRENZ AND.: IS CRITICS.
els which should sell
S-The New York World says it has
paid some attention to the profession-
MoN~aamee of Hlliboro al.oritcs who, at the meeting of the
y demonstrated hi lmedie o ongresi, abused Dr. Lorenz
nt Florida Seminary. forhtsfiethoda- of treating hip dis-
recent session of the ease. .'The point Qf obj3otion seems to
toodby theilnstituhion *have bienlthaithe uses. "brute force"
done. o rather than "solenoe."
Mrs. ,J;. gdqeu Armour, for whose
very small fraction daughters, sake Dr. Lorenz was in-
n of Oainesvtle, yet a dnoed to make his previous trip to this
ould have di believe oouutry, Is a competent witness as to
d nine are tho elect of the efficacy of t*0 treatment. Just
e only ones entitled to before she-started for Europe on
y government. Thursday shesald. .
"Lolita is completely cured. She
r the passage of the act plays out of doors every day now, runs
powers of. the muanll- up and down stairs without help, and
iille was never passed Is a peeotNtly well c-hid."
Bullock. The only Befote Dr. L6re a' "bloodless sur-
sAdored was the right -gery"t ainu to the aid of thls poor lit-
ro to delegate certain tie giorl he was a complete, apparent-
icipality. ly a hopelet ripple, people who
:.....::::. .adge it o t.r that eureO
Sevldeneo from te is prefeirabl' to ,"sOaoeIe" that looks
that they furnish most sympathetiiOapid shakes its wise head.
of thel United State, OPerhaps itl is evenmore "N*tentflc.
his country receive th .
nation that European 0ati Oaot b red
g to form a coalition Wlth looil l'at^ionsas they, an-
man agricultural proi not re ach the seat hof te disease.
iatory tariff basis. 'Th.e Oa ~rh. a ; blqo4 or eonstitutioual
o American farmer to diseat0, aid i oid e' to oure it you
gold bricks is one of munt take Internial teimedies. Hall's
f human existene. Oatarh tr i Cuare i eng IntertallMy, and
acts --- dretly the bab6od andb mcous
one or the States which. aurfaceC. Hal's Catarrh Oure is not at
a School tf Foreatry, qtaek aned loin. It was prescribed by
In lodged under the one of the best physiolans in tthe coun-
Dl University, to itake. try for-year said Isa regular prescrip-
uld not fall intto .th9e iLon. tleomped of the best tonies
la-na. Its annual re" ihownoliobl d dMwitMthth best bohod
hed at the expuens of purlers.,iaoti6d1retly th t mu-
havoe given much -vala a ous.urfaea,: 'Th. perfect ecumbina-
on. Mr. B. Fornow, tion of th e two fn reieint0 is what
priodoes. -itoh- wondferlul rsult* i
0 of this work. is a ..-ro- .utng ctarrh.. -" eud for -t.stimoniahs
,ry of the high.et re* ee. '
S- J. aiwyv & Co., Props. Toledo. O.
--:::,-:^::::--: h- .Sold. b-ydrutalet price 76..
aa, of Maryland, says .l.i'tLs an, Pilt oro the best.
iiurmnan, of Ohio, "Is :- ..'* ---- .
au the emoorat own The muiirder otftheKg -and Queen
can carry New York it of ervtia, the- Q"ee's brother, to-
SMr. Thiuri rant'S p' po* gthethWeW seta I mnitters, hardly
olly nreasnable; un te .a pra. in onstries called
,erman would bh a cl nise e~o ., l ..r he ateR s of
a .l eandidiate. It i 1et J.511r orI Rt -x

... tS..... by them ,re. wt o h A avid wa th
^lW li oitae lean .ua^ P#*tt mtl ^ p ^ (1 Wh Pttas e d t


ht e beakeotatio t h


ael
sfas
Sail


4
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body -copl a proach hbitlt -With -a pet"
tion.' .' -
When "an4- Werw to Reit
Rest does not ,mean absolute inttaItono
but a chapel' to mental occupation If
muscular work has' been indulged' In,
and vice vera If mental Work has been
Indulged in. We should endeavor to
sleep eight hours out of twenty-four
under the most favorable condition.
As to Where: In a comfortable bed
on. a firm hair mattress and pillows or
cotton mattress 'ind pillows, -as both
answer the 'nmo hygienic purpose;
amoia our books three hours a day if
,our Work' is muscular, or an out of door
active life if mental the samie amount
of time-to some complete change of
locality, .to others a change of climate
and to 'stll other of environment, and
so On antd o,0Q on.
As to when: (1) As nearly as possible
one day In seven, (2) An annual vaca-
t]bn. (3)- After excessive mental or
physleni exercisel
But always remember tbat too much
work means waste. Wreck, and too
much rest mearis rust, death,-PhIla-
delphia Ledger.
A Mtreole of Hmerefon' .Style.
.Emerson's highest artistic quality
has In it always n suggestion of rlir-
nelo. One "Cannot see -how It was
done," and imnittion is disaster. The
sentence, the o: ase. creates In ,the
mind a sense .i mlnousnesa, so keen
Is the vibatili'This may- be said of
all works, of,: hbigh artistic gelilusa but
In the cas4 of Emerson bthe miracu.
lously luminous effect is peculiarly 'felt.
On ia building at fU-e Ptx-A-nert.in ex-
position at Buffalo thivlisitor wh. tiad
the following 'words,. even If ho coutid
pot remember baing read them be-
fore. might not long: doubt as to their
origIn: ."O rich and various man ,-tbou
panlce of sight anid sound, carirytligin
thy senses the iorlning and the night
1ni4 thie nfathof nbi e galaxy;'in. thy.
brnin the geometry: of the city of Oodo
In thy heart the bower of love 'and the
realms of right and wrong.'"--Ceittury.
iThe Utinortnate clain.
The first iUHn who used the expreas-
iaon "Don't be ai clam" should be cird-
ted with ait bit of -advice chc6k full ,
wisdom. Soimteody is after the' dlcm
In stoapon nnd outiday and : ug I
Is dpvloutid In ioftt shelled .Inf by- 'b
aslwis.s o m owAnd f crowl and c s, eal
In .cuas, iundi into stews und. chowed,
biked In hiig( pil.Ou .the sehoeere.ad
dug for fisherinen's hablt. -
The .lnm fiurnshews food for .many
Inmet of miutilly land and also for sesd.,
p11iolr lbitar, thi walrus, foxes, crowse,
gull and tist,."s' and there nverr was
a blt, with tim. exception possibly of


purg- in m 1 i.
thaitiL utu'hd tI
Cart ha,
The uicintts
ts t 'r onts o
the lanl n>ul i
the wanis \w i il
l1 S.AId to hiiv,
i tvll l iSS
up n u (le ,: a

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John l ';..,
"lltd ,.! I a

Upeanton 1
SJoura.l.

The ftii4 w
MWe that tiey
| ,~& PlR


Ic ut goo thosi t
deswiptot ofthe tabf lhs1 the
. 04.
repast.. ~,p re'e wer:lTA
courses iii dx dii^e. /The emprtjdt
had 4 o to carve etc1i4mu 11 o
gan by citting 4his tnd Ai p les,"
large enoxth for one .oitthful, tle$
attacked, Ida plate. I^eolC^* N ^ti )4
fingerb Wt he held ti pt: ''
is In wt ;the other: t a .'e
to hein h 4t thirsty he ade a sign
to the "doct staring b th hble;
the they went to the sideboard for
two lver 8flagons and filled a goblet
which" hela bout a. asure a
half. ',The emperor laioed I.t to te
last drop, practically Ait Ie, draft.
During the ueali he never uttered a
syli bfe, .scacely smiled at 'the most
amusing saitlea of the jesters behind.
his ehalrf,. flnlly picked ,his teeth with
quills and, '"fter washing his .bands,
retired to window recess, where any-.


THE FRUIT


& VEGETABLE


SOF FLORIDAA.


ROUTE


Time Table in effect January 4. 1902.


le., CgroulU 1 Up torgi ..s- -
> chiam for s lalstU-ng. No, 6 N o .
ItI'X64. o No. No, ... 8. Daily
" oreas SwaDe. Dily Daily. STATIONS. DaI. aly. o p
tirmly bellevedn I n on- .
r all kiu and aoftboth
marine specieP. DUring ----- '* **,
artht 4 0at satPe LP t LvPMLv AM AriPM Ar PM ArPM
.kn Ite RoMian ari y 4 ...................... el........ ... ...... o
The Ioonter aws llowved 8 ......................Dongarva ...... ... S........ 4
v t t a n o id. 8 ...... ....... ..... . n de.... ... ....... . 40
h At a i ot 8on- 0 " ......... Ditan .,..8,. ... .. .. ..... 4
mlre tries ft n i 8 16 .................. ake imonton ..... . ..... 680
w11 red? t e e..r8ed a l O .. ..... .. ...... ... loa y :. .. .. ..... 0
The imo 4i e "' .... ,.... Ktrkwox .-. I 5 0.,.
ilted in one of the 8 ....... .. ........ lewelle ....... .... '
Sd of 08 ...... ....... ... oo .... .. .. 45
S ft*t In length. At- 5 ....... ...... .......Wooky Point.... ...
. 4 ....... 4tvtUe ..... 10 A
S68 ..........Be y.. ... 94 840
th tllaee. 1 8 7 *0 7 10 ............. Crt....... 8 80) 8 25 1
,V a, M, rtal r with 7w1 7 17 ...... .... Graha ..... 8 22 8 17 i1)
.TotIry 134 TS4A0 76W ... u 7,On CI .. 8 10 80 110
u ^tto v ... allow........81.0 .830 ..'aka1 a4er, j s 1.9 .,..,.
h ro at w Ar. waity A ... P L., A M"P .11S 1 a l i y .
t. a a 1 810 a ..... a. C. ..... 0 9. 9 t- ..
.A t .j .A,, ent al .p rin t. d
Ivbo^ a Ji ':.s.r;.! PM:. ""L 'M*C. th'. .". .A'30.'i ..



A-1


Aod. vvr, and every fort l
adA l BOSitulious 'em ttitt
ittg Mets, and, by iing to the e 6t th
trobli, lorksand, nbbe t curei

For Sale by Johnson Bros..crine: ie












Staple andn Fancy GrOCeries,


F1rain, 8are n Seed rtlolznIrs


SOUTH SIDE 8QUR. : GAINESYILLEF, LOR IDA,
flighest market prxie paid for hickens. .Eggs and other Pr tdiua. i

A. Oompletesto Hy, Coh, Oats, Flour, Jran, Meal, Cottoa Seed M
an d aRy ;aW d only the VERY BEST goods at the LOW .
E '. IOE' any. guarantee satisfaction always,.



TEMID WAY
JOHN D. RINGHAM, Propr.,
Palatka, Fla.
Fine Wines, Liquors and F eer.


Bottle Beer a Specialty. Mail orders will have pro.ml
attention. Shipment made day order is received.
Write for prices. Goods boxed if desired.






COTTON DEPARTMEN T.
S GAINESVILLE -. FLORIDA .*.:,:



HIGHEST PRICE PAID FOR SEA ISLAND COTTON
S In Sed or Lint, Large or Small Quantities.
Advances made. Warehouse charges free. Firm offers:
made by letter or wire. Correspond-.
ence solicited.

S|S ll & Q--i R aiwa C p a
' Be'a r esaiSleci Gulf Rail w Cay opam


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of ats PVu
ith consequent
blood and oenrgy


f d
pbose ,
asovert of*


w' sOftinsd to Prove of0
I :."sefit to the G:tood Roal. ,
of lorida-Meetlng Wiltloon-
STodayr
~ tancal meeting of the Coont
'ones and Good RodO AtO
N ugoing to be &ai' ~i .cee i':f
to idge what is to ethe by th
Eng. of last night .
> tIy; yesterdayy morning .legatest
li fl Hseotions of the Stit9 eKIna to.
SIY, ahi'd tby nighUtfall ,there. wre
Z iooit more than a hundred of those
ep*enftat ire citizens eoft he tate
ihb favor good roads aind ate willing
Itl*hd not only their time,0 but their
iqnAey for them. . .,
'thhe meeting was' called to order, at.
uhe' auditoium of the 0atlneoille
stayed and High School by OhamirmiA
bOmatof the Alachua, County B.ardl
to ttoty Commilsioniers, and in a few
iotf words the purpose of the conven-
)(1% neg a plpined. Chairman 'tihomas
i*a s *stance thatthero had' on-.
tyin Gaieeville for the purpose
Oasitig together the good road s
t+- a number of the best and
'proressive men in Florida, repo
Rslag what a majority of the peo
ridhr4da desired-o.od, substan-
ighwiayp, which wOr6d put the
)o lived in the country avd hi.P
IltghKitor on the same footing as
ed advantage. e
'.homas introduced Ion. .0.
o, who, in his usual eloquent
,, delivered the address of *e!,
SW. Long of Martel, chaior-
the 1Boardof County Commit-
-of Marion county and preai-
the association, responded it a
ppy strain, when Hon. A. S.
whom every Floridian receog-
a good roads advocate, f th-
order, made a stirring speech
Subject of good roads, Which
lghly appreciated by the au-
tary White of the association
i usual, on ihad, as is the oase
rything good of not only roads
State. Mr. White is '.one of
it earnest arid conscIle0ntous
tino the Statie' and hlI efforts,
aye conducive of something
henever Mr. White is son,
sithanything t .may be et
t it is something for the
of the commonwealth,
evening he made some In-
4 timely remarks, which,
|ated by those who heard


m wras interspersed with
instrumental music, and
lomas desires to thank Mrt.
Strobhar and members
y'Iolass, as well as the
6I1pen., who 'formed the
Ltr their valuable assistance,
i. of entertal!ing the au.
loungtated that the meet-
be called to order a, *t
morning, and -that every
ld in good roads is invited

as Wasting Away..
ring letter from Robert .
ler1m, Mo,, ie instruetiveI
een troubled with kidney
t.he last five years, I loot
iver felt well and doctored
N. physicians and tried all'
Suggested without reHef.
ed IFoley's Kidney Cure
im two bottle completely
kad II sm now sound and
Id by W. O, Wallat e' drag-

muritt Rates Via Atlantic
,on sale -via the above
the principal ,summer"
Ut the country. Tick-
emizng untl Oetober
u ad'top-over privi-
eratins, ,rate, tet..
1 ior witor P'lnk C.!


b145 gt tax
power of bikbst
#teyb I abotM be
It Whie'. CdE *


"an ^ '**'^n d _t* a sue zhoeie o^. d- ,,!s.r to 8Ct"

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J4 t' I 0 sl Asog ,

Aoudr t" a Anheuser-B usch Brewing Ass'n ,_,_:o,:,,__ .____.
'.$ l boad alalrwhile in jthe yards t L .........~s t U.l A. a. a. ..
for




Archer on6lasI M a night. W, py tie vmoife Budwstse.M Michelob. i---
'ho trale which was in charge of a lackI B an, t~ta.La.er,, aut, Anheu*r. 11r YOt want tet". p..io-now jib prwttlnv
latineer.MOien And .. Cod.otor .tan4tard, L rt oPale and E.q0stelte. Hizt o teo et .
8iniletary, h. pulled into the siding;, by .. ..... "


sa 'o"mplW etely tore off oe .
tie Iegroiretrson the engine wasa

budy Ibuincd anid while his wounds TY T111F: T0'E 'rOv, U ANtI
are serious they are inot -eceeartilyt R '' I l lL tAiTIT '
hadi. .104 1 IVI I|U R1 siding InleAeiyA#b.


S Will be Mairried Todrayn L L I ( t pianoits tr it trit oollteto, tian
Tatea Tow.etl f Ntoe wsu(r) aAL&l & AIL 'o atbttt heyi Aoont O ruotrlePd or
dNO)
PAPIi .; dflem noi t o a
Wi,41 :O isd-u 1le1ijWudTvo T(% 'imvt, u
sp-ero;. h$ar v e04-(
T~DIURA


through Gainesvile Monday en. route.
.to Lake Parf, a., where today he will
be united in matrimony to one of the
leading young ladies of that place. .ie
has recently purchased the livery .busi-
lies of Arthur Reed at Newberry,, and
will make that place his future home,
bringing his bride with him to this
poet. y .__1 .
Jacksonville Wins at Auguato.
.A"gusta, oGa, une 1-In the, first
Of a sieriles of gameS to be played holer
between Jacksonville and Augusta the
former won by a score of seven to six.

Illgd Corianoeles. ,
The Wyhr b(etweeu the wlite eorpus-
tles or the blood and the mitrobes :of
disease wat tIhi't dtiscribeld by the Rus-
slan ptthologlst. Metchntikoff. FWittle
devottug himself tp the study of In-
ittimaitionst he tu each ase noted the
presence of white clis In the blood
curet.uts In at Iowotil I nu bn bel's. In-
side these wlilte cells hie lnvirltbly
Cound tthe, specific mIarobe of the da4is
ease under conildenrtion. It aemed
that the big corpuactle .were devourilng
the poisonous ... t rea.. .8moethlene'
the tatmaber taIkee tup by a .o0pute il
was too great, and ita t:414 ta.I.n:Ote4.
If this. overcoming of the Witofte ei
pIuscles by the nierobes was general
thi patient dled,
A ComilowI iaolo. .
The elder i)twmaw one wa weh rltigW
the ribbon, of a erw't4ti order having
recently been n, d a comn.maindapt,
andt alt envious fri nd riemarktred uponttk
It. "My dear fello .-- he hsid. "th ,
cordon. l it wreteied polor! One wxtie ld
thttl It' Was your woolen Ivet thaut wa6,
show ..Ingr'' : --*". . ... .
ItOb o, so iy d(r d'---," replied
Pemarad with a smile. "You're mlitaik.
the stihade of the sour graptes Int tbe
em f ,ans tt "tta.,i lo-.rit is'. eetl wig,'

-tamd the early, Chnritins frmom- A 1.
+4S7 to A. .,: 011, .s.eret a fals bled
stringg .a bta'ulge of st:. tiotM." Tht4 "
to. 41 ie IS o
wiveoteiiB v t14 'nr,. eirlaitdeiCIo 1 -tashI

tivehttons of the deviL a Clstnast e
AlexaTnd ria. who Wbato his *Maet
that whets the sacred handa of the ci
eIweri laid o; tateii' ea: thle b)s .
#tg would net penetrate tbrough thea





Qt t. th ue o rI0t0m. bi d
b" all rits again before I xt pLa baifI
dosean v w PIs."- imtlp.to "e "r
.* "-'. -'*'--" " "ua
of wee tie ither dAy whicb happens tp
every oewly marri-d tinD. Whyii h .
got mnrriy d his wlife eame ,t1he tb
tioltle slotewsd, let soty* .t .
wes a l es $ctwt* were bsttplistd u
.na4l 1 drte Rato the win L-5U .h.
'. .< 1.. .r h ..t .."it :.


.suatls. gtwr -ttodat i. ina
it I..: ,; :t:"-.lai P1 t ,e ie/avq.. .::




0sa"m :::.B.-*


Q4inesville, Florida

',Men We Want to Talk To.i
, We ? l tfiC'ir hctt y o' t abc flt aintehtCile tva a clothitf ea cr6f-
eve/y in win 4 i&HSO1e knw# the ospoi fe 0 ete 'in the car-thaot 4
ery mI,'n tl CI0 W/t/e wouldd vo* etrightf to is for Af his cloMthin i
"dh wek ,ti', tlL mblish a little otWmin, (M ti/ sau*ct. 3His
t,'eks cu.r I. n 'rIn t f deis ted -..

TO TMHE MAN WHO'S SOMETHING OF
EAN XPERT ON DRESS.-

Why are thi beist-dressed met n '
it 1.Gaieaeville our patrons?
Why do experts ot di reams inva-
riably buy Irom us?
The answer is obvious-they
know what they want. Itn loth
ing -,- a td their dihrinulnation
tells theim we have It.


W0 *Tatl 0 lto wO Vtho (f th
q, Mlft u'riJTn to t a ,llOt est.
e* .ar4 u l e r~ sr, n (laiw. -
idUe, ;Lnd.kltnqliq ter 4lett, td,
a to tho weddth lh ist doth/. .

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fltred expert*-&Ch1$ 10 0 0 & ( f
Aftewre, the iol,- si"w atlw n NO
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boat m ti~erls. ninlt molt rttstlo
woktiitnmhbip obttittmble.
Up Xao sdetin eOT
detail and ti.-
,guiled.,
Bold by us onttnuonly for
OVER THIRTY TWO Y5AR
without a stngl fahlre. .f huf
wanit a plano for a litfetima'
servo'ice buy the ...


*Wv tersiMtox as is asistent wta0,Qwi
Outlh or on. Werms. tient onft w$day.
W til, We y' r taletb Wrlti
or 4rio.. toe t AY,




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Vri0th 0 r pro ' -andt s
ta.. .. 4l g .a
a,.t pu~il iturs olaer alt

,^ he-rbhe ti Akro band 4rn the
-, and ntage h'esca '. running tow
the holue 1W0 I tbalt tlua biar hiusi
a4" phres ha arla~id, sad her'
ho1 bo followed, bo
d14 not *ea Llctu, being ot the in
'The hoti oti uted about -to'
in ,he af ferlaqn : etober li,
.,,.. wouded mana wastaklen intohex' h
whIre le died IVlj four da~y lI
Mrs. WeL tc O i stiif that Ik.ast
oame 'uporahaerb4k plansawitha at
',i, gun, and odiemnded to see oClalrk.:,
ing that he "wanted to fhlnsh h
On. Witness ~tated that ihe referred t


b dear mother alld #tst', "and told
..:.he could hot e:lme into tha house
the0' g'iun. He thetn relieved himsa
';the .gun and we.t I to th0 hallwaya
her home, stating .that. ho 'waaq
arm the room where the wounded man
b : ut could not gain ladmittanoe an(
Sturnod to w rean piazza, leaving,
:',houso tOhat way. ansterlin was
c rto O rlOts to ltcr.
inl:' i cr' eros '.xnaulnation Mrs.
O: stated thalit whti she reaohod Olad
thq ysArd lihe had a pitltol in his
Shaind, butl tlat lith did not diseohar
beeautse he was too weak to rai8s
haid.
. W., Exl'y was cntlled. Wi
stated that lit, resided In Newberi
the timeof t thlie killing of Tom C
an. n saw theOn f oiai a half to t
quarters of an hour before the ft
ing on Ottober 13, 1002 lHo wei
the saloon to Rgot some ie, anmd f
: Clark and Easterlit iii tho wh
; room engRaged ht at quarrel--at I
SIlasterlin wis talklug collider
Clark said to Eastrlhin, "Johnl, [.
wArt to have any fliss will you,,
you must keep frnom behind
S counter." With that Easterlini
.the bar, goitag around the couuter
0.t. othe front door. While Clark
a tting too for witness, however,
Sc.:rli ame back to the door and
S' "'Olark, have you got any nerve'
whi-h Clark replied, "I always
.had4 nerve." "Well, come out ii
s,'.: t and we'll have it out," remi
the witness, as heo again turned
S let the door.
1'r, liey testified that in a
.iho time, before he left the es
taorinretUrnaed. He was a
I' th a $,ilet. MHO'ewot to a chai

the bar leotalred bothte of bei

tI', l~iey lift : lar. lImmedl
'rwt"41, 4aa that wa the last
*i either Cla# It asterlia

*#qi) .o ar,; t;0


Y AT TH StJ1W IP4 HOP TUESDAY


ppa +ls: y Attorn.ey for both i,
Ut y|^| P|tl 'i .o:en.
iTtl.Mo r egWlli .be


244ji R $011hthm colored was called.
1 aghtp dpiteo, the gravity of his
ihin V qtipdq itetan i amusing wit-
We~ .4th had a tendency. to breok
4, |"' 'i sooJi4ness and" monotony of the
oo Arial aughtion' stfled ithat he was
SOh eln lore of the saloon at the time
104: ith ooting. He presided over -the
e*reI "eatle'" of the colored department.
, w 30e 0oU4d ,not be Ipduced to testify
sj + th rk: .and- EBsteriin had 'en-
| Saged in'r any quarrel previous oto the
S*shbooting, ..ying that they were in
ijng 6b whisk(ey room, and that he could
i", homist rOd'iion hear anything. He
'. t'tWeas that he was standing behind
th# 0601rled. b bar when Easterlin came
0 lx onrdored the bottle of beer, be-
edar PRu 0 he, heard him give the order.
S 06 H 0 ob'erved Mr., Olark pulling the
erl0n o11'rk, ;4 stated that when he heard
4M the shot he0 ooked around and saw Mr.
Ork fall.. .W ,
Oh a "What did you do then?" asked
rear Juge Davis of the witness.
t.hat "Iept m $ eye on Mr. Easterlin,"
and rpited $aughton, .
ST Whyd dd tyoiu do that?"
'in eause Iwa.nted to go Just the op-
' d P- Vp01 way.Mr. Easterlia went. I got
Soe.- oti 'of t.i back door quick'and went to
Ig to Mr Tuodk rs rore.' ia
fae P "'thien you made way for 1ftr. diarki
t 'll. 'torawl outothe roar door?"
'd,a sr MW r. Olark crawled along
where. w ihad eoen."
iet "Did you hear any more shots after
rs the frst one was red?"
,and "'Yes, sir, th.re were several."
S "..iPow many ,were therc?"
th "Le0k e.,, .'Todgo," replied the
tBe wleNO,"dou' tyow...! nov I didn't hab
sid no A1 time ter- fool 'round dat place
D1 coattatin' d0ei .hots?--no sir, not dis
The niggah." This answer created a rip-
ome, pleOf laughter front eIven the serious
water. eotmplexion of thedefendan.t, and the
shoEt shrifil found it neoeseary to call the
erlin court to order,.
shot- IUpoi ero s examinination witness testi-
tat- fled that Clttrk'waiin lils shirt sleeves
in." at th time lhe was shot. le did not see
o his apistol in Olark'sApocket, although he
him admitted he iimight Jhave had- onoe.
with Witness kneowthere was a shotgun in
lf of the front bar, but could not define its
,y of looatlot. .
not Dr. Thos. MoLood was called for the
or of purpose of describing certain sur-
lay, rounddings of the premises from the
I ro. diagram which had been fled in evi.
the denoe, after which the State rested its
very casel, the defense announced that it
would Introduce no testlnmoy, and the
West court adjourned until 2 o'clock.
rk iu The cort convened at 2 o'clock,
right when the argument of the lawyers was
ge it began. The'oourt rom was orowed
a hib with people from various sections of
the county, among whom were manity
tness ,iadie, wiho, recogniing the dfuperior
'y at and euoqient ability deployed on the
lark, case on both sidaeis, aaeslblBed for the
hree- purpose of hearing tbhei h.eos
hoot" The seakla-g was opened by. Hon.
.t to' ltobt. W. IDa.i ftor the defense, who
ound waS followed by Hon. By.d: L Oarter.
iskey iron. hienj. P. Oalhoun made an. eio-
Least, q'ueut and Imtnpresivollpeeobh for the
ably. tte "an ol.. A. Thrasher e losed
on't the argument tor the .defen., .peak-
Sbut ing loquently aind to the point. The
the ease was submitted to the jury at K
Sloft little aftei? T olook, aind awver4fot la


* and expoetedthtsmsorni ..ln.
wn Thu .endt one of the hardest fought
East- and motL Interasting oasM in the his-
said tory of Alohtua county, anl the vowt-
?" to dict will be looked for with She ginret.
have est axiety :',
a the Pight Will be Bitter,
Irked Those who will persitt in oelOing
and their ears aRainit the continual re-
commendation of )Dr,. Klag* ew. Di.
very covery for conuttption, will have a
loonI, long and bitter fibt Wth th eir tiroaw
rued -(bles, if not ended earlier by .atal ter"
r b'" inluatlon. Read what T. R. Ball of
mo<> I al l., l.Ia. to |sy 'L kfall
rand supton. 8 took New

tim e b h o r "p .o* *:1,'.
0-4 t0 -'t^ 1


tr or W.^ P. Johiase, rne ;' e
proIalapt, citire *n 1dja
Mr. Johns'on was intl h q
when 'he' wa fi*rejd ^: bY ; lnow
'artjealn unbuh, s* iit_ u' b xin ri &
,e'd., f'our buicsht illc ^CTo I
the obuiom3Cr, and he wpa as 486 t ##te
over,- 'but s in a n:,.ei us O**a
Du.:'g the pait year aevaIi A^t
temflfts b^ Ihc(4 i1maei0 u)ppi 1he f
1of lr. '.otar .y.u.t.w. pep .
over thea ,it.'.t tat murder, butwito
clow i ,ils yst .oita: b le a. toth4
'w ,ul -lie '.a :.'i't -.-.M ',J t0 Ai ,
tp. p'Jpamtof c' a druag tore ana
ery stZAO.. ..
c* ,hahe .+: v\<.e ,s++ed :
4ounsei for Jd : .L- T"; e, char e'd ,
wlth the' murder of N. C. C'c ...ls, ei
tor 6of "h Sta'4, i t ,o..." -. "t ,
to se.u'e : c, ri o a. '*:f b y.1- f'a
With coiimmonwealtYh' a tiarnya ai'd.-
Vlts of a number o p:orsone in this is
sounity that they bell eve It -',1a:1 b
impossible to obtain a ft- til2 hve ,
T'llrnan's attorneys .urft .tthe otc
ot'or not toqrnake public tle I,e '
until thj saraumernt is :ade f.ioore t C.
judge elhst days h.ence, and to thid-
the Btate' -Attorneys agreed.
PreWtdtnt Clowry Not to Reslgntg.


liHE OTH


A Delight

A Satisfaction-


f"i b Ev'e'y"'~w*~*her'e

......,The Largest Seling :BraRt
tWs. I. the ,World.
ovh'Snwk~ Pro(teo-.


tNew York, June 16.-The Assoclated j ..'..... aI:.A. nu o, "
press .1 authorized to declare with. Aid.. DlgsU
out the sliwhtest foundatUoi.the rumor nt the s Chi
that Presldent Clowry, of te We~ .. M cents Tat T l
ear Unlion Telegraph company, is to 4 to a. .i MOr tFrrti M. Dr.. aT.-a LOul
resign. C r l m ton Io 'o
on t-. '* 0 faimbaveCsse ome. toarw w -
Hof ra n, 't ey.InI laa .. u hous sodu ntia l the tWclbn ta, o
I distr st both the Intel eet and thrs.- oaa1-our friend o r1th or u t so aa p et,
moraltity f ,those po'pie' tp.whoh. m dtie- .L W .. ,,
order ta of ,no coueuneace---who 44b -
l.veat eaoei an A .ugi stable. What Take The A + n t4i I
surrounds us reflects more or less that a L
which is within us. The mind I H .s .-i.:.
one of those dark lantern" which In' .F A ARTLYPNT ;
spite of 'everything still throw some- ..IART Y POINTS ..
light around If our tastes did not r- v 1 Via j vita Via
vental our character lhey would be no pTupont 0ont p &. 6a Pon. tr
longer tasteo but its s i ttI 8 iWa or f n\\ Qr ljstehamst aYu4n
vestre. Jaaoks'nvlUe Jaeo ontnaie Line t ontcomrtn
.tt tRap awt aid Unsurpassed `ervi(e
O il. iPor A uo luul ..th% 't oa# o : .,
Butter is noticed by liny.ued by bRapi 'I a d U'rp sea eil
theoiegro ..! d lower Clasaes of Arabs Tiwe Table in effect May 24, 103.
for auointI 'lthe .bodieS. The natives
of India pcfer strong .aerfumes for Pepart For GAINESVILL Arrive, Fr i
this purpose'and- use oil of santal and, --*
oil of patcboulu. Sava1es 'also grease 33 40 pm iigh Springs and Inter- 8 2':- pifke
their bodies, but probably wth.the.Ide" Daily mediate Points Dai'.l
of being'enabledto escape more easily ~"-..-.----- ---_ I
from the rip ofan enemy. 12:S37pIm i Otaa, Leesburg and Tampa, and 8 0i p n.
.o . Daily Intermediate Points f Daily
'AW""lillealn'w Wirsh. .... .......... --;" -----
Klng .Jam. agl. nd 2 oice 4.2 PIkutka, Daytona, Jacksonville. 1:4j"pm
presented with an addeb a adds t ub' Dly" .- North, Eat and West Daily
jects In Shrewbry; w xpresd ,40 a High 8prigs, Waycross, Savanntah, Brunswick, 2:10 pm
the hope that bo would reiig over al Albany, tla ..ntll Points North, East West Da14
them a ]s.ong asS04n, m oott *and..tar .... ........ .. .............................. ......
should endure. "I suppose, then ldx, .2 0 I "-
the king, "that you.,wish my ,seesor 25pm ochelle, Micanopy and Oitra
to reign by eandlellght. Dily Daily.
Paroto A&'e 1egetswtl "' 8 () I "a' 7:20pm
Parrots are veeDtanrians. .bTe It Daily High Springs Da y
chiefly upoin light but rt'tlteltioU exr 8uday ex. uanday
diet of fruit alnd seeds or : .0i'e.' 0 9--0_--*- U----- .
Sbundant nectar of c.6 h tropt ,l'ow Interchangeable Mileage Tickets, good over 18,000 miles of among the prin
e i. A t i naly for the s 0* of otpal ra.lwaty in the Southern States, are on sale by the principal agents
gpttlg at thef teh .-fo todtat th 'Through Pllman slear Port Tampa to New York,' via Atlantic 0 O4
haVe developed th. large aniWei' Linie also via Atlantic Ct-At Line and Southern Railway.
i"tls. which craeterK1 0 th fa :..or complete information call on
ly. You may "4a perhae not tJ J A 1GOODWIN. Ticket Agent, Qalnesvill e.'
mostt tropical tuit eater._ l 'F the Addre-K 'O *'l Agt.. W. SrAR.KTra. P.
horubills and thl toucar are t4eariO F IAiaK A.W STARKJrac i Pail. A
able for tth e and aliM t thatt R M or BuildinW j Ca, G n A-...A
beaka.-Oormgton, uillM W goS,
whatess hpi4e~. -
Mr. W bwat (At iotet-What'UOthatr as M
lemotd : .: :;-. Planters and Growers of + Qg
it to That'!. a ..n'er ... . I R
", W h a t s I f .[A p 1 . . , t,, **, ): h 1 1 + +, .o. 1t i. e s* 'e. ..
s .., w-,--eatin'- th+ mos. t C shel -ng aV Staple Sea Island Cottoan wll tnd

"Qoers y'KtUpudooeel I onft b at, :.a S.rr
wit omyanger "itkidcome0o0 thn e:I i t t their interest to commua.i.
I* I I. .j' ""
country. I eat with .: .a. W ,
other folks"cate wih E CAEON ND

trade In the X of..!W,"9M ewih" -_ .. .THEOM "
The flins of the aMimal a-Tvery rteb t I^t A 1 0 Ch ",*;
goatn and as as lMrgey by the Aa aj ett i tC Mes
thet deare thte trtle soup oa".
.ril'I by epleao e i to tis.' country I
but a stant anid t.ide WWo. 5r ll Wd. e W M.. WeNDE AN,:,


dows of the harst NOw, When I )ook oJ olrli*1trnuf Court oturtc1aetaJl Iat

ath Inenow. -, of .a.....
y"qh' "; ;+ the'StiaP 4'^reIt Of E'ertrric
4e ep ooLigh. Wiring ai speolalty.
s u"t u wok g bt g -a. 419 11 ^0o.W M. ANDERS''ON

&W we th ecoJue Leave orders atWls' Bi fcoy fle to a
ort-T as'Hardwarea ee
4 t .4 teeth ~ea ts Daar .' Wa n If ,
.... h . .. .or a reby w e..0t tL veWe B '"
:i or.-; "w't "B-rd-a"e'and


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ost beyond recognhit ..:9 e k. e

tertals meant was in prog. r.,B limor. e ntal Surgery
Soeni Cchoyol ,ouse a.d * .i ,* e *.port. York CIt
testilval was given by th Crowa." w, k "j .$it). Speiaies....
s elehurc. ll :" e. w.* ..; E .4, WO I I WL

t b tea lt s ... "itt le "o.r w s cL o S e s. fGarnesvllle, Fla
be found at e ncae, t ..Id .S. O irrIM, V ,.
or .to ti the creaeer m to r.-.es -oc^ aoros tb$ hafl *rom Smith's i
Stond lout what adPA'O
,be'ameT angry a.nd h,11 W. .


lim cut hi. hole feo- .o. tn -$ .tm ... ....O.. ..

s tJroat, beslde miajy -... and 4at de M Nso3,* n
ant -- ( hd, -ANA





1 m. i,., Ward, married W"A .or
ill iamn. ... a do r.ery o rr senofll unt u. i oo ntrat .Tr to- lTT

"IS Li ta l wit YOU 05 kire oolmtss.OnM. PIy. P, !-troenure
c --en on good tef lf l.......... -- ... -WASHINGTON, NEW YORK AS VII
iPH4C BmVIT PA'VZs o 4th EAST.
av ^ CINCINNATI, CHICAGO, "T"EE
pton's yacht: have ar .eAT U ANY OAVL, RFLODA The NORTH and WEST., &a' "T!i
Q adrum, of At"nta., te 0 1 for DECORATO.' WALL PAPI
L;e6mecemTet"gertmoIU"nw UU.geR.aR,, AT rP.Y O.i as,,,
ty of .Georga Sunday. EP iT A A
4ig on the Rio grande. 10 rh e xo .wosvtu
|abSove thecity. 4M1hA.0WO f, E ,
oe Ee t H W A. CC I C I A, Y0, PA. At
enUingp, of FslorTid, hae NATTO 8-AT-LA,...
iof the revenue and appro. E ATe. Rk. .......
1 atgregatting $1,400,000. of u l l. a n *aeksnvile d. t. ... -.
.9a0 ?1 oauSi. 4-_?0_
ippJ lumbermen hav re 8 .02_ _____..
ht for lower rates. A o r t
heaing will be held .O.ri. A1^ BTVEaE,
ty ofta nrgt Suaday
.B ". W I Cir r u NI8.L"I Pi rletor.,
at 'ackaoz, Ky., own tietioad that heR saw Jett TO THE PUBLIC, 'oYT.toae. P c
imn, was burned 1Snday ,. __ ._._ _I
Is tro led over pbla e, the undersigned, hereby agree
Wi Meath, and a pkpr .Why tdt pay i000 to any manpfcturet o ines -quore d O |
it mie gone? I do a har"h pint who 'an sltSWby similar tests, *4ir
Sgany paint standing upon any metal rEWES END,
ical crisist in Italy contin- surface as perfectly and for a1 long t E*, LU tOY RS I e CTGAR m I
atnIrdelll persists in hi.r% me- a OUr 4N,0 2 J.I, u I
Ita ceablnet, the king will IiIAIP.I*h AS -" T. 'O..l ZEioMii Pronri or. ,
*mcr I terror wMinister $o. We guarantee. OGRAP ITE "I ..
o ri h To paint to contaIn tat rsi aF t ier, btteanddra Don't
*khttoa ofW Servia aas les .haltm tr any tod*ly to elect a being. petroleum, and when appiledI t as. ------.---- --"
fie has written for permeat surface aeOryding to our' 4iretiont HE IN oi O V ILe
the grave of her murdered wear petectly u for a period of fv .-Yihli the---
i years, and we greo to futiah1, freeO THZ ORYST SALOON ANn RQOF
C range, wo commiLtted charge, all patl necessary to repaint ..N. ."ai C
dynamiting a train nar any surface where it he proved 4de iThe beet LliU the nt,' nt.r- PRIg
'-letter in which he ayI festive. Sigtied, . l nte e0ver, nig lt at Rol f 4a1rden
SMrs. Adington, of Rjos The NationalPaint and Varnihb Co., Theatre. W
sseda the deed. ce as eveland, fohi, .-t A.----o.-'T-------- R
dispatch says that Pirrl aktepleasure i anog that ITS
to his i Tt ave ecured"e ) trforM Ahu* ""i R METAlAND
b tlhdren and a nMk hor' i 0 t forthealetoe tU'T
-'Isle for an outing ye hA htWe gu ar ntee, eHI3 (ite l At i tii
HthOe craft .eagsed. *a, alt h ighet etdorOents fo w 3 T AAA 0 a,
tw ch ldren were drowt.- .in ad Imn t. and all p..od. .
orayndry Workrs ,
Storefere'um vota nast taku l t ... .
ec hlrdaa t a oter d trid't ... l ..... .
1hen on-hr. d of the meIe,1 ,4... ...
*r W...... u....... I kat*d sldo.01ndC



dthe majority agtt cAa ij v . t
wut wa nall. .. . AINES
war master. f eral Kuro- .s.te l.n"ch from YI to S p". -Z "m
m inai tuev. ata atb p ay tt a la bm.lejaa) a.,..;!
here lie arriw e .ved on Friday laM . I.
^ fact, however, is tthatwt stftul a:4 W* r*vryr .
Swith the te1tivit at the A t%
Baroa Yamamoto, the Japan- I D. .itm
t re of marinisin10cio.. l ig,* ,,1A"4 -.., owm.m iA ,E1 i*i
sival Ieor and te ingh th 0i1r ?. .fo r-,e o a.


. *e*s ,of war.1 "*, .... -
|,reys t has. aeo,4 tf ."ml, t l rT) ONLtYvtAW, -I1
fmottola rt Acre m Usd ied o UY OZ D I 1, p ..O. f.. .....4
bets to Lis ill so14Pire, xeloe Heators, Xo $nrplu. Uzdtaved
.m.y' a .eYork., H .. U...!\ra.. 7, x.E .
Rio- a Io.. matic Se.wingMahiee t.. ....,- ..m. a
ni en 4114. durIlg L th- roy-'\ "I_ _... C *. I': L .: I c : .A CM tA ss i u a
t1 i .Ja ne? o to to pifa n b" " _- .I_._ _'_ _.,_: / .... .. .......
foreIft r alitlotA rece' tly . ..0. s i ..* r e i
a received tro AAmet4 sa etr O savWt
..+ ew < C ALIftRNIA ANO RETURN Ian.B rtr .h MH i
"ti "OlO, S the t Whl via .. .. .. e .... '
......r.. ..... .I.a.l.. ;. .O..:.X ', : ,. ; 1t ^ .
vimtehw o trip jd41P V ut"
its, w (to on asI July 31 to AO I

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LLE and
lOT SPRINGS, N. C.
LAN OP THE SKY
ie $Sapphire Country,"

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I wil ,pend

tpt eaI has

ai lwe'trel
so br l


yearS7 iteos 69e##ee* fat the
Ws4 bbh gy4tWd4 ntnat]g
number ot friend .

O*itvev OageVaof 'the tlanttl
Aime:wlth bOea Uarten in Tar
0n t oth tcIta)busneu
h) elk l'lson1 OnS of the p
fa 04.o tlte llfiar t soot
atnotio: v'litarlt 0 bi. sv
rene alt to The 8011.
A ztt 01 '1 litdlirted to the
'.f advertisement of (leo. W.
hi,'a pees elsewhere e :in r th
nd :.remntl igenoy and "solI
bumInes,
AI 0. Stoenburg, oine of th
prlinhg ciU iona of North 1af
Sis having an1 addition built
dwelling, whioh when oomplo
add much to the appearance
propertyr t ,.
Mr. Midl Mrs. E. Wiggins
Sburg, Pit, a.ire at tho Browni
Mr, Wiggins is representing o
largest oommnlsaini houses in t
and haa many friends in thih
iwho are always glad to soe hir
J. E. Parker, one of the euti
;builnoaess men of LaCrosse, wai
th visitlors to Gainesville y'e
Thls' wa s his first visit it.
months iand hlo note. with
that the city is on the steady I
,:Dr. R L. (lioe, formerly
rus- .cro but who ia now a cil
"Providetmice, Colutimbia OOUt
..ramoing the visi tor to Gainesvi
Sday. The Doctor is a great
enthbtlast and hias a brother
on the Gaiesiv i lie nine.
Rev. T. P. li,,y ind family t
yesterday for Palatka, wh re I
will .i s t in the ii tatnilatlou
:I 3[<. Lynn as paitor of the ,Fir
Sbyterian ihurl tollhti Hm e
to return to his 'hmargs in On
'in tiino to coolduc t he regular
prayer osrvice in lhis elirch ii
evening.
S "I have been troubled for so.
w 1ith idigestto n1ld t.our st
U:r'. Sa'rah W. Curtis,
S, "and have been taking
lerlainr' Stotiroeh and Liver
whih have hMlped ine very -
Snow I can eat many thia
1.)r"-ould not." If young
S et With' your stomach
then tibliets a;d get we
: ,eea:.Ill drugglst. and t

After 0 0hation of sever
SQ 4ish 's reUmied.his h
qi y c has bee
a osvl. here for

'p -,-Jthe .Shei

,eeiu


4 t Arr 4dor 0d wall- 411.


the ^visitors..o Gai ewll:e ymsterd Iy. June1 r the pup 1o
I tUer, :seo Moyers a about., tholos ^ ^ wr-..o I ,.. ........, pg. ',
tr4fl N riht away. qu1(I leC!t Y forge rge fo ee1rating tie,
1 1 e3?ePleasant. neatly furn4 ed rooma for tion' t birthdali Founrth orO R 1ARlWLY ECAPE
s men S perwetk a.up g
la.oIg e batb' et. Apply rown iouse ;i t, b hoped h g w Wdren
rip.s r OreIfflt;' asd daughter departed. will be p ent. Vt.:'so~ta, oT 0sat Were
fad onday for Sawanne0 Springs, where am are rngiu fo a d Wil Kown Here, Where Tbey Vie-
ill spend a few weeks recuper- e~l& loi'ion tha yrid Th0 Sn ited Last W ,s Ii.
ti 'feels riasonftbly srei that.' i t'i"e s a A
,At0ario Coast Line will sell round men and i izeis .l. .t allow 1Th riea f O ptaia .
St!p tickets to Jacksonvilie on- Mnday, Gainesville to lag behind gp4 this i* Sigibee are s iiptihiing wi tl him in
S ne "2nd., forr $L.50. Convenient portan:tpoint the los' of his sia.e, Ms.d Robert,
W$S w n aohedaule in both directions. It has. been suggested ht the fn lttle ee who wre
t ree days' limit on Jacksonville ternal organizations of the city omte victims of the disastrous cloudbursit at
Sy ttion by the Atlantic Coast Line togeti er and join ina grand local cele He 'pue'r, Ore., which occurred at
S on' Moday, June 22nd. Fare only bration. 'itIh the united' efforts of o'clock Thursday night, and in which
a- -b0 round trip. Train leaves at 2:25 these orgai.nzationsiiand the imerciiai0ts moe than five hundred people. In "a
ScoOi p.,n. ..' an enjoyable program can be arranged, t.wn .ofa little more than. on thtIu-
i J.T. tooke, one or the prosperous with possibly a baseball ganie iin tie sand nlhabijtants were:destroyed.' Bert.
isil T nts of Lacrosse, is in the city. afternoon, Let everybody' attefid this bee, the brother of Clapt. Sgsbee,
te wbas ummoned as a witness and meeting tomorrow right, for the time W~salso there, nd wasone ofthe for-
it omo, willltkely be liero the remainder of for action is, short. ,re.ebor, tuthe a.,0 nehafof the population *ho
Si' o *er. meeting will be called at.toVGeounic1l b. miracle
l'" : c" hamber aft 8 o'clock Hynds are well known in this
*lll, i. Sh f I H. Nugeut of Ocala wae a city, where they, a1e visited at dif.
S"ieral sir' to Gainlesville yesterday. He Hot Weather WtiAkness,. etn times. One of the little girls
has a iarge number of acquai ntances in If you feel aged out,, lstless and re rred to n tbe bve list of Oapt.
S ti -entral City who are always glad lacking in energy, .you are. perhaps igbees reiativk was ushered into
Sto eethim, ufferig ro t debilai effe t orl nder bright Forid4 sun,
'rgtur .' Marus Enudel left yesterday for of summer wea"ier These symptoms aiosvilli e being her birhpl'ae. Mr.
S ,; LJackstboville and other points, where indicatI that a tonic is needed that Hyn 4s.withb rt'olitole daughters,
h e oo es to take measurements for will create a healthy appetite, m-ake .the wintethere last year as the
MPo'g- thOe t A 0 havingtime nr digestion perfect, regulate the bowel's
S A O. L, he having the contract, to ind p naura activity, to the gets of Ber Sigsbee sndwill be re-
tfunish the men With uniforms. liver. Thi Herbiewit ; it i a mebred by mtaly of our people.
o? i A .opportunity Ia offered by the At- tonic, laxafive and restrain. At the time of the disaster Bert
visitereegardropr. rad UotWewhis .partnrin the heep
SlantOoastine ,o .visit .Jacksonville writes: e used n ., iho r par r irtt e
t6r many a. Monday, toe 32nd, for $1.50 round Herbi nofor the past twve years, and with Mr. d wa vitg in
okUt, t/rip. Tickets good to return up to nothing on earth can beat it. It wa ppnr. He was with the familyat
his larg e 2cl5iugJie 2th. Train leaves reoahi ended to me. by':r Newtowt, the tine of the disaster, and t is a oer
Are ,Newton, Kan." eat' J aon Bro16. tanly a miracle that he manage to
n a le d d lt THE AR IN. ve his life when all ablut him were
se ,easst TiOt .A. conveyance f tr Mor- FINE.. ictinT Eto the raging torrents and
o ,O oaat n ig h ..by ,p rv te co nvey a e f r rM or- .. ... "
,- rlston -Axr. he was auimmuonred b N. A. Oalison at His Beinington Farm flood.
pa ws tolegramr o, Important l)rofssional Raises 150 Bushel to. Acre. No particulars of the accident were
busines.. No expects to return to the N. A; Oall ion, who oWns arid man- secured yesterday other than a tele-
oit, tfi ev.hg, ages .Spring Park Farm 4 Bennigton, gram that his brother wa safe, but the
ofltable R.. G. Wenk' who has been in the city one of the handsonest nd most.fer yd family perished without excep-
tion.h
'io. t.w for thoe past, several days attending the tile est* tea in Alachnia county, shows friends of aptai igsbee x-
imbero; 0 special term 'lftcuit court, left yes- by the potatoes whioh he. brings, to tdto I ncerest sympathy i the
erday forLake Butler, at which place market that he knows a thing or two loss of his relatives, which occurred in
elange 1ieit11 in the future reside,. about other things than mining poe-ea
-c W ysrhange -phate 'one of the greatest disasters this cen-
'Meyers, f 4'. et mis- Mr. Callis~ has on'his place sevet tyry has ever known. ,
is. issue. fortune to 0e one of his fine horses. al acres of hice bl.risl potates, from o You Enjoy What You Eat?
i' estate' I.waa only ew dpys since that le. which heiiRtakiog 0!1 anaCA
ta this r:efusa handsome offer for d aii- oe hundred tigI f d if you dt your food does not do you
S M al, which died frm rcongestion. one hundred and fifty ,bnshN to the much good. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is
acre. The potatoes, a gr:at imapy of the remedy that every one should take
o enter. The wofk of.removiig the old Oak w.)ich he has played on sale at:a w4 & v when there is anything wrong with
neaviHle, Hall property, preparatory to clearing riqusi stores.in this city, are ofa peoU- 'the stomach. There is no way to
to his thW billdlng lite for the government, liarly rich flavor, and Mr. cOallion aintin health and strength of mind
ited will is IprOgre*ssig favirably and will be should make -,a good thing o' thil aid body except by nourishment.
of the completedwrthiln the nextfew days, product of his farm alone. There is no way to nourish except
For tale--y One.third interest in Kodol Gives Strength through the stomach. The stomach
of Pltts- the Sucees Tue C0Oo.. Capacity of plant must be kept healthy pure ad sweet
14 toas. per day,' with an expense of by ea4lig ththedIestive organs to di ustbe ket ealth p wreand sweet
SH only l7,0. Other business takes up get, atsimilate and traifrm al of or the treth be let down and
ne of the- my time. J. B. Del, Gainaville, Fla. the wholesoe fod that may be eaten disease will set up. No appetite, loss
thle a oet, t h t eaen of strength, nervousness, headache,
tsetiqn After being confined to her room for into the kind of blood that nourishes constipaton, bad breath, sour risings,
S the past several weeks with typhoid fe- e e the ttte. hadeits indfgestio, dyspepsia and all
,-: r tats a Pl th Xpmast wa wt the. ziuse) l0%td reouperateasthe '.or, Atomach troubles are quickly cured by
rpr ver,. little Elizabeth Newman was re- gains of the entire, body.. Kodol Disa the use of Kodol Dyspepsia COre. Sold
irpr Isg ported convalescent yesterday, muoh pepsina Cure oures Indigesti'i, Dys- by Bodiford & MeOollum.
I among to the delight of ler numerous pepeta, odatarrh f the 8to rmach aid Dall vl-a-- _t-h
sterday. playmates stomach disorders. Sold b B ford DavIs as a atcher.
several .A MoCollum. The Florida Times-n'tlon of the 15th
pleasure The 11:40 a. mu. train on theAtlantie TWO P'IRES TESDAY. lnst, refers to Hon. Bbt. 2. Davis of
neronse. Coast 'Line for Savannah, 'Albal, W I. this olty as follow.:
of L Brunswick, Maeon and Atlsnta offers pBlazes in Both instances Small ahd "And now the other Bob Davis-
etn of exceptional service to. patrons from Damage Will be iht. Robert of Alaohua-ts behind the
t wa Gainevillse. This train was naugurst. There were two alarms of n. Tues. bat, ready to catch the Congresbional
lIe Tues ed espeolally for the benefit of Gaines day morning, when the de ai ent ball that 'Out Bob'--Robert W.--is
baseball le and vionty St responded with the usual promptness abeut to toss aeros the home plate
playing e DISfilU" red The firsta alarm was tured Itn irm T'his reference wa Roominpabled by.
titeareuW l nh n t .Box 4 at 9 o'elook, aanid the ..ttage an UlUitratin of Ool. Davie behind: the
departed o' .old. Dipromn wl or owned by Rober oh ord, bat,. looking for o0e of Robt. W. hot
S H od lItudweier beer send your order was discovered to be flre,., ..Thel oqrvcs ,
fr. Ha directtoJ. -dwards, Oala, Fla, damage will amount to About $2* and Lidle dhvilde invted.
of rev.. wher thty will receive prompt attend was caused from defetive ue. All ladies and dhildreu i-h'o cannot
. Pres ti.. tf o Only one of the cheminCalittfilngolhcr stand sthe shocking strain of lazxative
xpests ,Special e"eursion train over the was required to queh theames syrup., athartices, etce.are Invited to
Sotimtlon> Rmalway trotm Jacksonville The second altrm &irrned in wst tr She famous Little EarlT Rlisers.


' to Macon and Atlanta on June 23. from 1 )x 45, and the cottage of Mrs. hey -are di ferent from all other ills
oniorrow Tickets limited until June 25th. Fare Tinsley was found to be o Se. The fTe do t purgthe ystem. Even
to -Macon and return only #8.50, anAi hose in this'ase wa nrot "a'double dose will tno gripe -weaken
man; wy people call them the
me time Atlanta $8.BO. .Lea.te eJacksonville 8.80 only a few bokhets of wtelt being -iy Pille H owell, Houston,
onmah," a. nm., Jue' 28 arrive Atlnta 6:0. to extinguish. the flames. Damage e x., says nothingbetteroan be used
of -"e fn"ro eonatlpaion, lick headache, etc
0hain- 'ha 0 toaflam lal Stomach and Liver aot $3. Bass al
Tablets Tablets are jast what ou need. when h e's1gy ri :ade.. Icn h says alle
Slyou have nO appetite, feel dull after. '" AO l-Wits srs their
p ih at ingnd wa tup h bdad te Blunders ar easy. by Boiford
have any i your moth. They will mprove ,1itvve. Occ&a lt if t(tl is the M ok byBot
why not' your appitt4, eleaie aTnl invigorate price of a miat ak b t. e. be -. '
41? For your stfmusoh tur I by ull ris for" wrog. if yxouo i eILife Historical Meeting, U. D. 0.
Madio ne yolr fotd. "Fr : b.y'll drugglets Pill@ tor 1lf ):M eai"t' *00. i 4,V
you ntoh tn adlnd v "harel si iih efo. rn i yu.ubSiSge4 The regular.monthly historial mneet,
.,1and-,ed I4n.;ales.. S arhe, Miver p ', Vtt ub Thr.Y
i wee Insare with Gathman.& ll, are 8gntle "ei Iou t lIdrg ing f Kirby SmithChpter,- :. Dw .,
s w..o... stores'. .,.' will beIheld at the residenee of Ms.
rokerage Reolton ~'nent W T, Witt.k. .. R. Flwellen ThurMday afternoon,
Sengat. ur ign: oa'appahing. rvlt Under nuewli t Q ill June18, at 4 o'elok .
tOu lUs Gurds wil
iou n t 'o r U -.oe c r lt w ill Pqu i ck l r f r. 1 !s Ism a d o wNn 0' B ow elA P r
te of lnd!,eniber.M tcalb) mo se., to the tMac $** eRl sik is -x. To hg..~ i bietSth httbody a.ioI4d
he will timtoen *R -W I ea h0ia.s.,W
wended^
Wo oc, liver, ^^ ^ 4,14 `40v*o "Id~as^ 1111110600^ 0.
,,p*a^'^ ^S *whe:the 1i^^ M S ^ ^^ d^ .^'.o tay
Most. 9441" V14 w.iou


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JAPANESE FANS "

Choice 150 sch. Actual value
20 to 50c each.

MOSQUITO CANO S
Ready to hsn at $1.00, $1.50,
$1.75 and $2.50.
SPECIAL SALE
Ladies' Lace Hs at 15c, 19c,
25c and 50c6

BARGAINS
In short length 9s and ,iemnants of
all sorts of Suinter oods.







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111Full line of FINE 'A
X ETS, OO- FINC1
ROBES etc. AlI ft
al supplies. up to date ,
Hear~se and car riag,
furnished when de '


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all business in th
Orders by mail (
graph promtly p
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Special Reductions in sevrFl

grades while the cards last7 7 1

CHEAP RATES.
National Educational AssocIatlon,'.p
ton, Mass., July 6th to IOth, I908.
On account above. named ooasi
the Atlantic Coast Line will seli' r61
trip tickets to Boston,, Mass., a.trt
and under the conditions na wmed i
low:
Uates-One fare, via all rail, or V!
rail and sound Lines, 0i1lus $2 ,emb t
ship fee. 'Ticketi on sale Jnulty,*4
'8rd, 4th and 6th.. Limited\ to ..t |
not tarler than July 8th nor la
than July-12th, 1908. A joint
fee or twenty-five (25) cents to be
when. ticket is executed.. On tdc
deposited for entuension the vaivalld
fee of twenty five cents will not. be
qOireAd. ...
Extension--By personally. depcals
ing of ticket with join t agoet *4t. i,
ier than July 7th, nor later thia Ji
1:th, and upon pam tot fee of f tyf
c.nts, an exteaion may be tsiere4
enable pal.enger to. leave B4t0
or befoe Slptemnber -.*t. 1 :91

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