Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: June 24, 1903
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01908
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: 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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H 71.Mj.' rLES BEI Scssicn of Fi::y Day. Expected-Leg-'

FFERED FOR SALEMeets Wednesday.
_____Atlanta, June 23-Wednesday morn-,
IS' lA ng at 10 o'clock the present general
'e rible State of Affairs In as eibly will convene for its.second
Onoe of China's Provinces. se. .. The advance Burd Is expect-
ed h'e, today and t(Lmnorrow, though
S ..S PRACTICED. there is litt :r pjr.-lininary work to'be
CANNBA.ISM 18 PRACTICEDdo, 101or thi legislature will take up
mn In Kwang SI is Said its wToik right where 'it was left off at
S^mlne, i*n Kwan0 Si Is Said To Be the .k:se of the session last fall.
" Growing Worse Daily-Starving Pop. Th'e clerical forces of both bodies
Miatihn Is Now Estimated at Tblres will lbgin their work right at the start.
'" Hon. Juohn T. Bolifeullet, clerk of the
S undred Thousand. house, will be here today or tomorrow
Pitt, June 3, via Victoria, B. C., The engrossing and enrolling of bills
Jtt-Ue -$.--The famine in Kwang Si will probably begin within two or three
a roW lng worse by degrees, the starv- days after thpsession starts.
,population being estimated at 200p- T ege is practically no doubt that
deathsh s dally from starvation the seslon will last 50 days, the full
The British authorities in Hong constitutional limit. There was some
0. aided by public subscription, talk early in the year about a short
$ir beera sending ala o., two months. session, and it it likely Senator Skel-
4 Japanese report says cannibalismt ton and others may mak0e the issue;
biut members of the legislature say
being practiced and human fleih that oth bodies are ovsruheliengly
Spblily offered for sale& against curtailing the session and as*

MAY LEAD TO INVESTIGATION. eert that there is no likelihood of its
being done.,
2 While it is trui- that the legislat to i
rgfes that Officers Looted Publ Is o thoroughly organized and can b*
Buildings at Manila. gl p'assi2ng bills on tho firatd'ay of the
S lanlla, June 23.-The charges that session, there are many matters which
Arnaerica offheers looted public build- member' say will require lengthy dis-
Sags In Manila after the surrender of ruii.'-2n and careful consideration, a d
the city in 1898 have been revived, they do not think mi this account at
2 anUd may possilIly lead to a formal lu- short session would be practicable.
-' t'estigation. The questl~Ou of the dispoaltion of the
SRecently the authority! -s endeavored state's convicts is, perhaps, the only
to locate certain I)I'tures and art ob- pressing question to come before the
;ects belonging to the iunicipal muse-. present session, the Keop(rtal appropril
trwum and the inquiry showed they had atlons and general tax acts having
1 been given to a Filipinio to ta.le care of been dlsposed of, but there are many
.a.1'"fter the( surrv'nidr. other matters which the legislators
The Filipinos ofi'er to prove that will deal with, some of which miay re-
gs, rome oli('cers rec("lv' tie i)lctures, and sult in -new and important laws.
Si.dt Is clalumed a fIurmnwr staff officer ab- -------
tstracted a silvkr .ervi'c( from the Ma- SENT BULLET IN HIS BRAIN.
::ceanan paltaco. Thel government may
ask the war deipartmont to invosti- Dr. S. A. Taylor Commits 6ulcide Near'
sate thie matt ti 'r. East Point.
2.'. Gover;i', Ta''ft has returned h re Atlanta, June 23.---y placing the;
I, from I oligost. ills health is corn- muzzle of a winchester rifle to his head
I plotely rfistur( d. and pushing the trigger with a forked
------stick, Dr. S. A. Taylor committed sul-
CHAMPION BEEF EATER. cilde at his home, near East Point some
time Saturday night. HIsa dead body
Efforts to Beat Van Wyck's Record was discove'red Sunday afternoon by1
FH ave Failed. his daurdhtor. MiNs Maggle Taylor.
New Yoik .luii... 2'. .---Frmifr Mayor Dr. Taylor had been living alone for
Van W\ycik ritaih:s the title of the some time and had been in bad health.
'.. champi().,t h'ff ,'ater o2 Great-er Now Sunday afternoon his daughter called'
SYork. iTffris to hbat his reported at the house and the body was diacov-
.' Tec()rd ooftw' f 8 3-.4 pounds erod. Near by was the rifle with
.t one sitting ; t till( i at a contest just which the doctor had etid 4 his life.
,,aeld in Wilib'-is!.';. As the house is far removed from
S The contostart s were M lchael Srcha- the public road and the nearest neigh-j
IItf aind "F. 0 S-hman. Fully 50(1 bors live some distance off, the shot
lcynltes wantl-ced the contest. The was not heard;, gnd it to not known ex ,
limit was I hour and 40) minutes, actly at what time the act was com -
uf took the lead at the speond mitted.
'holding it until tft Gnlsh, when Dr. Dr, Taylo evidently made care
.announced that he ha( eaten, ful preP4.#9tk*0 to kill himself. 1e1,
edition to 100 c1 l and crack. loaded a tleotWtor, 14id down upon 1
-34 pounds of Kto&k 50 oyster the flnor and placed the miuzxzle close
ol broad, a bunch otf amar.- to hils forehead. He had procured
d'rabs '' **- ng OTI le-.-witLh -Iork ,at nor u uind
an-- ----- d the ftoI w*a plAc4d to the trigArt;
Girl Puzzles Poitte. could rest gaf1nst it and not slip. !Th,
Sutne 23.--Detectives are bullet entered the middle of his forw
Sthe death of Gretchen head and death must -have been inatan'
Ittros8. which wus at first tanous.
.have.' been a r-ane of sul- Dr Taylor had lfvIr near l ihat Point
'rbole aclil. Examiniatiou, for 15 yo.atr and wa well known
owed that the girl had not throughout aFultuo ountq. At one
sacid, but that the flult had time he had a lucrative practtee. A
at.r eyes amnd cartred hler? foew years ago his health began to fall
'.Ut ;he had been severely a2l ,cg'ently bre was wsoody and rcsonv -
.,1ouag ltum(n who is said toI ed, an, rarely ever left bis borne.
| tita father of a c.:'i'5, which' Ii leaves a wlfe ad al hix children .
aIwrl birth to a year a:". i ----- -*-
R :t 'for in the hope that .o Surrender to Boetotn oi
Wao spto light upon tho affair. ioston. Jtune a ..-V. :" [o't frintdii
... .. ..... ai, 1 hungry, with r-no %ti~.' tm e p,
aI [n s Lft Peculiar Will W 'er and footxor. Dr Waiter H.. Priee !.
oYk, J1a-e.3.-A Newark. N. once' ai prosperoust phyiste.n atar- ur1'
"atia .eeking res- cnts of New gt.m of thti c-ty, hag *rrt4ered t
.,H 'ho, he says, are heirs undor the. lL'eos. He ertolused that a war.':
it illU rade by James Rass) rant had been lasnmr4 agt n-h$ b
who dll La California about fourth more twios a year a ou a charge .
,o, !eavlnag a latrge etgte prformltl a ert l eat olperatios.lI He'
Sbequests of e.e or two thoau. was tired of dOdgiag .the *.ee. b
-loars toa nttmber of persons, iti usid, and wanted to be locked tp adn
ted that Ru..silh Ift *4oeef!tt w'then grio a trial. j(v- Prtee wsi
eld. presided bte sbli uosrr a N tak grt. *None of the l e r -"-I- es "
the dedr'r bride 'has bee founmi Mswvures to Priew-t DMiirE.r
SNew y ork. JIne., ~ --The 'ovra
a Ist 1t la.X swv.'* measures to ptro

Ciae v Au 'ent aA *y disorder 14 iowiectib with.
Math of J ItJ 4IL1s troas tA*. Peru A
witb the nwweer at G. proceirlte baa bees leased b Pres t
mTlp's seu coat k ApparsuI07 the Ae*-
2a 2 res Ptm' iliW1 wA Z1e



King' Peter's Arrival Is Anx-
iously Awaitod.

Russian and Austrian Demrands Fot
the Punishment of the Aaseaa-sins
of Alexander and Draga Has Caused
Great Uneasineas.
Belgrade. June 23.-T.-th petition ot
the ministry is beoomzng daily more
unenviable in cousequlne .of the Rus.
slan and Austrlan demands top thc
punishment of the aosaaaslna of King
Alexander and Queetn Draga, The
terms of the RussainAn uote also caused
a panic among the miYlnitstors, who are
anxiously awaiting thd arrival of King
Peter to extricate them from their
dilemma. The war minister is the
paramount power In t4he mlnitery, at
he Is backed by the entire army and
be threatens gevero reeentment In the
oase of any hint by a member of the
'iablaut of the plsltltatuent I|n
bhe caso of the c"..inspirators.,
hbe promnotlons of officers sent from
le~nva are variously explained as oith.
qr Intended. as an open defiance or
as being thberesult of alarm caused by
thh attitude of the ariny.
Uft foreign representatives who have
not been instructed are asking their
reapoctlve governments w lhat at.tittlud
they shall assume at the reception ol
King Peter. The Rumslaii itinlster is
in a quandary. Hoe bad resumed re.
lations with the proelsatonal govern.
roeat when the czar tllefgrnphed 'h'l
recognition of King Pator, bu't the main
later takes the subuls nt. publication
of Russia's demnd tl ASii'iiahnient as
an indication that RUU sla will probably

SX,' NO. 113

order the siaponalon of relations with Reoonstructlon of Gainesville, oa Ca
the goveminmrent untlf the itirderormp Cotton MIle..
are punished. Meanwllile the prep Sp-aurtaU nurg, B. C., June 23.-14h
arationvs for the reception of Kinn firmn of ., Ii. Cutting 4 Co., Worcos
Peter continue. A pubiWle holiday ha:i ter, ,MuN has boon awarded the co-i wa
been proclaimed. Pr doeal ideputa tract for the rebulldlng of the (ainesi ,
tions are conting to lIlrado. fr e win viule, Ga., cotton milllt which wero d!o pat
and beer s to beo Iprovl.id-t by the govr, niollesed by a tornadf several weokf 11
ernronet an id the town ia to bo givert ag.o, Thomlupon & (i0,o, a egoingl5<* Al1
Up t)I rjoidtig. ol fti frI of lrmlnxi.ham., Ala., wit Un
awulrd0ed- ther contrGct for the rebultll.oihl 1
TRYING TO AGREE ON SCALEL of C(llfton milli Nov. 1 aud 2.
During' theu Betk a large wrefrkli ig
Alabama Coal Miners and Operators Int force of hands will liogin t.he work o it
Conference. clearing thit Way for tho) i pcrmarnent Cos
Birringhanm, Ala., ,Jina 82.--A Jolni cohatlruction awnd every mwoons will bI ot
conference of the Alaaim ra coal minnoir em;rployed to )udsh the work to co, tlr'
anpdi mrnc operators mott today for tin,; pltion. Tbhe f ll equipment purpose or trying to awt' 1 on a wags No, 1, Wais 1-,f12 spindlesl and '8fI I. n
al, to take effect July 1. The Iinn looirns. Mill No, $ Was a diupllrhato. 1a
era preseattodl their on.llt, which for an Increase of 7 1.2 ents pe (r tod old Pihata to far as p anijilio. The . aii
in the maximanl wagen paid upder thL tismated c<.st of the roconstrutct1on will W.
pre.tnit Kllding scal., th' tmliaxlnut oi be O180,000, -
which -i nOrw 5f5 c(-en per ton lhiksts< A nAeetiinf of4te directors of 0the4
on the selling price orf i Itreso id Ciftlon MoiauIfa'trtrng compapy was pr
7 1.2 cents per ton in tihe mlttilmtr held- and resolutah.a U'rsed etalllts i
ther e a m--hr i mlimaino ,-4! l-"14-4- 4- ilee A aft -4i ato-olst4der- ona4 Jal' b
bs2 1- ,ente, tfor thLe puripse of ratifying or re! "l
Thi0 mlmart al&p (o ril somt.mi-mth elttn their adioet oft 0stu"day night, t e011
ly pay days and .hliour 4ay.r T! aimendli4ig the hartir f tiha aid H m t
tcale of ta O.perktor ella, far at re parny. li tetr ing the esVplt0 l stMaecR t
oiwal of. the old 0 onfr1t,-teept thai from 1,OIH0,O. to l,.76<,e0, d4il4ia bhil
the miran of the slt # hall Into shairet of tthe par valuts 0f '*4 i W1'
be 657 1-t- cents per ton lastead of 41 .eahb and to ) e pratferred *tock, ow; ,
centst. 1lia operators aItea ask ofl tiltd to a d4irv)4sau of 7 per eent--p I"t
thb adopttoo of 'eartal1 r;titi* rTeulat ai"nutn, payable solf l-1aitially, 0M,
lhs tihe Oprtlt : of Ithe minose, 'c : ---..
as are tnew ,a ofret in i lediaS.c M *01
two seai wer- e tih4ter itrlaal .whe MACHIN AN^g OTHERS INDICT4ED 41
the conve atlont adi J-.trta u11. thit
aftcfrnBoog The dont vetl !i tnlx Chlargo Rett-elod by Grand ^ y w J ery
pesodwe Cvdr by Tw rd ]l o prpts tO efrseE QOve.mnt, att
ident of t i olUited Micn Worktr, rs Waan|to. ,Ju ig.,t-nnIh..irt m.?i, s04
is largely attended. jury, w bt i Im4 bOa thtV ttlStt, g at < I
St 2 l affAirsk, today r trtsd As I4 th10
SOUTHftRN BOVS AMON* flR(S W. -mst aaBst Angst W. Msoboe, DO 00
S..... l Otoff, fls-tail A. rtwff, 0e4o" wba
List of Thoe From TWhs laWt WhoI 1 [ arias snI Martta 4. l.x, the M V
Grnduated at Vatl ... two latter bteigt resid4t t ro of T
Nrs- tsaira. lase 23,- ogart'tv- 0' A. previously otat*4 In th*ese'44
haent swek inok las-even Mt Cate Ad e pstithr. the *twdafr dv'* g rh . t8on *
thw great litfterity 'will lwe e erted. Sposrry, 4efprsf d tits *os'aAw (. ep10
Aeto0g the m4"o .aerl oi.f t *A .tatlls i me l0'It4*eilt ew t*I- onl *tie )r<
eiat-i of at the vs*aIes *ates of ti rhe 5440 of the rwai.4 aat.ite, whib tei
Wi.t vestr.y are th e-e" - f tam pidi pu dev a' -~ ity oft l0,)00, or t:, ,t
'(anriga,, aUth Crlti1si t54 A4MMtaa. oers' tsprian# ct, at b thliat, th
'wibe ba, bry har4 rwk a44 etnay a-. dlerretJrs f. the cowrt.

: be t ef"res' " ,' Iti:"a ". , / e.. s.. 0 d ,
harld.e-'Iv ttyr .Wilasi. A .a-!, i tetk l tK
will tt* te v A-rtm"iiO tithree tti
i.t.usmWat.;. reeasham. mI EP 4pa 4U iB
.:M*.l~e~^*t*l.T~l~*i~i~l; A** tjo

se of the United Statse Shlpbuild'
Ing Company.
Trronlo N, J., .june S23.--Arg'etmlietI
a comniionced it the United stAle-
(cut11. court today before Judjgo Kit
trick hi the crasfw of tho tpp.ltcatton i
land t. Coumlill0 and others for w ; (
pointurent of a rc'lve Iteod HtAinl Shhipbillidting ompltIy"
cti aildo h-l a irg array of aogaggitil
reosertintl ng the coampaltla t "tte.t
V, Jl Imanbury, Henry WooaMA'an'i4d
try Inma'ncyerr *0ounnl/ ,s th
ibuildin comipary were tgigjo
rlin, Attornoy General IL t, i t'
at.nd C(htrles o. Pnmninag. t i4
to opMneod 4(by Wooajm ,44 ,'o *
gth the hill 0CpoPigig I -.
kro-e of whli(h yretad( y b0 b pt w
wf, Dnrlng te AMveA i Ml".' Ws *
n brpoight out.- ES *r)4tle .
Schwah bad 'recetWi ~0~4e^tb
ram ., slT works A,(,O)o gd u(
follows: ''ee tiI4ia 4Ot 4 14#"
forced p Ndocke.; $l 40Q Otm ,

lteral eal was
i t .mtirnead W t*,o!

t b
rtndi r rona le tgy

4e, o lne ement
ftlai-ulng a pW alet
to tte 0ln l tlso Mrh

rkt. we ifat the ettement
e4 to f i s4 e 001nt, but that
lily laths 1 fM a A 'tm* as what
ronrt .Wit4 10 #D 4p a wa th

h y/the;u(rhtsti lttar f ti

t s # i t .t. A ef

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Found Dead In His House After 8ev
eral Dey.,
Atlauta, Juno 23.-,Mrjered two or
threo days ago with a hatchet, Je'h
flvors. a negron, was Imid donad in
his house. l Koenuesaw Alley,. nI a
West Fair street, SundAy attornoou,
aad the detectives are Investigattlun
the very mysterious murder.
Favors had probably beoei dead
three days whoe his mutllatoed body
was (ldiscoved. The murderer had
taken a hatchet, which was found Lin
the house, and with it he ,had hacked
and chopped th' negro's head nda
body until the victim could searcolb
be identified.
Detective Slimipson was dot'.iled t,
work on the case, but so fir tie has
failed to find any one who can throw
any light on the affair
'Tho coroner haa also been Investi-
gating aPnd he has not boon able to
secure any witnesses for the intqueat
which will be held this fttternodun 'tl
the recorder's court room.
No o lither person lived in the hotiu
Nearby neighbors say they have not
seen Favors for several dayas
| The dotectivos believe thore must
have been a gimabling ganie going on
ihi l'avor's house. some day last week,
and in a fight which grow out of tho
game Favors was atsaultod aind kllled,
Thore may he several concormtod iii
the inurdter, It itoa posslblo that nhor
than onoe parson tsod the hatholt.
Theo instrument of doath was found
in thU1 same room Wit4 th 0 domLd bod3
and it was clotted with bloxid.
Favors was woll known to totho no
groee of the city. He did not worir
much, but always huad truotiy, and avp
peared to live well,
-More light i 'ay te thrown on th4
crime by toh time (tho coroner's jury
liects for the inquest.






One Is Killed and Another
Fatally Wounded.

In Escaping Convicts Seized Wife of
Warden and Used Her as Shield
While Making Break For Freedomni
Exciting Soene at Canon City, Cal.
Canon City. Cal, June *3.-One coan
vict was shot and killed and another
fatally Witunded by guards at the stAte
penitentiary this morning In an at,
teonlpt to o ape.a. At 8 o'clock a n'utn.
bher of convlcta overpowered tho oveOI
sear and guards at the wash house, Sa
curing their keys. On the way to
the front gate the convicts captnroed
Mia. Cloghborn, wifo of the wardea,
and placed her in front of them.
Reaching the front gate they ydiy
tltoed it am4 got outasldo, ta tg Mrs
Cleghorn with them. Thl warden
Instructed the guards to pick the :on-
victs off, taking dittr. not to shoot ith
wife. When B0 yards from the pri on,
Itfs. C(lethorn rtnt.ed and the conv( relenas.d her. tLi the shooting rwhicb
was general from th. (ittard, ContctI
Kuykondall was titatntly kIit .l
Janes James Armstrong, the rilng l)4
er, was shot by Night OCapttain Clarl
and will dio; Tlmi rtlaher was 0 ptuf
a other inM aro reported ,fcpaptured .x
some little dAlatanio froni the prisolt
and two others Are kitwn to be Io0iei
one of them wounded. They are Go0
horiflick,; having ttoppod A Walgoti
Out the h6i'"8s loose tiriil ecA4peI.


Stte It Was Establhed At DoD.rchete
ondet The first public school in America to
rin. Lord Duf- t be ,up;p1rl.d .,. direct tixntion "upon0
86t ini stbry [F Sheridln's fa- ls! at I or' .str. Mas.. i y,
;tb uuc~ 1op *ieathx, I think 1
t t iler for p quality, I,1p ; ,i'T-,ft tttll
d ,o tot One u,,n 'hn ,, ,,,' s .,i r ff th ,co,, t
!n t^of013t l t 1 I t li) < (< 1 0.i tI'ul. t ut in r I lS hie
^ r4. .+a(ded uutnstial tl tl, i,,Id to tho tIn-W o01 th
h tn gtnd was met at the p.yiayint otf 12 Ip)eone yearly reintitl.
SW .itl .ate(i in hand. Is 11ia tiunsf.rod the island to the
t' llitgl"" demanded lo,,vn, tl, t1wn t tluncil met tn*-.o
.l to' ". I 11on't afald nopt d t t following older:
l! i l tlin th*ng It J.9 t rderd, the 20th da of May, 139,
? i't(e.I r nd l>!cetln lhll' to think li-t tl:,-e shall b t1 trent of 20 a y"ear
I a"!o to it -.:ula not to ihis imposI far-'.vr on Thornps.n's island, to
le;'tbt .I rt; tr tlik it's fast.', bhe pail by every p 1r'on uhat hath prop-
'I rty il said Islhni, acm ording to the pro-
iS "p, >.i -,*,("ii'.' 'i) I Sh ri.- po i' .i,,, thit any such person shall tromn
St. con:yln.ll>' to w wri:e run Ossa. C tiro.' to time enjoy and possess there, and
i 'h Trlpa .2 v r si' tl ai." IrIc thlli. lwa'"'d the imainteninece of a school
N'I'll -~i o II :1 r. 'MT s r nt of Jt:20IL a year to
li!4"g W o te e .,i .it, '.i.'h s.'oI mra tr-as sa hall un-
erd gl0t L;r,!;''c..; E !:,.:. di: r .I'. :, i.t h 'n;'sh, l.ntin and athLer
t.---WVl']ei) ih is I's.,; i ., r i l' ) pI)-n tol 1; '.s. a '-o writing, The sail school.
iVeL>V volteeI\hi i rr', a r! \ rl- m ( 1a' rlr'aen 2rom time to time by
l ii a :ill, ;i d It I m 'eft tio4'4to dlse-e-
I". hisa is kl own\ i as til r ri tio. c fI the elders- and the seiwM' acn t or
e. the tin'e being whether maids sallt be
d''' '' tau"! I with the boys or not. For the
i pls le r of thios yearly frmn the partlc.
1001 pil n ,ovnl --;Ol e w r),, ought to DIpay it ticLord\
led the pri:;io )" i ; : In;l tu this crir' it Is further ordered that
Ilrd-,-VI'-. r hIt.' ., so, n.ini s.ihll be appointed by the seven
his8 soul anid1 t: dzn(nr for- lhe ti ne being to receive thtla
Sand on refusal to levy it by d1stres*t and
s8 dotage." not nridling distress such persolln Ai qt pr-
Ithis from c.';"'i firs h payment hall forfeit the land ho
ath! it ptrCpritty in said island.
Tlie Power o4 *'trT,..r 11,r'r thIe lirst teaoler Wits the llev.
'are of what you 11. : ,. Tl hoi.tis Vo'Wterhotlnse.--Chllefo T'lb- .
think quite as mtuch n i _____,___
Olds your chirn(clr. V,', "
Cited in will wrec!i nuy l,tc h1. c tua'le Show iTwlns to B 11 nlltke.
g thoughts hrl 'e jusl ns sure an "It is t 'curloi-ty of photography thMt
t It not infre people who live fairly good Ilives, look entlt'r.ly nlh1kse In 1 picture," tait4
r as their actions o, do not feel It a' mrtrapher. "I sar that penulir-
csary to set so close 1 glu.r"d on lIof thi hUuan countence strllnge.
thoughts. These re hildden. ind l e.heimplitled in the cne of two rlr1
hat harm is It to occasionally cher- whomi I plotogrnphed a few weeks
I vulgr thought 'if one does not ago. The girls were twin. lEach WAS
rit to es to hlite if one does not show 1t? felt positively uncanny wboetl pooI0
magln omself connitting wrong the0,. for I expected thile result, to be
If one does not actually contnit wo pictured faccs startlingly alike.
r Uft the liaws of life say 1r1t ut h.ey di not turn out so. The tea-
Itlouglit >lt'err'Is oli, whole b.'ln,11. lur.s were the stiae, to be sure, but
matn's j .erit is, -r) will lhe be. Evil nlthLe photographic plroc the under-
glts jgrnily untdlormlne the 3lylig expression had been brought to
atete'rt. .,,, r:y tilese thoughts thre fore andl had given to each g1rl
burst. ,,n l timn v ch is irreme- an lldividuallty of her own which
e.-V'ot lrs ll ij.' Companion. diminished the resemblance wonder.
S"I hve noticed the same peculiarity
s thn ,Uy i iy that t ini. other cases of photographIng dou-
ig r,,'trrr '; It< Eri*'s to henl th ies. although 'never In so pronoOuneed
an .s tnuit i ol. On degree. In some fi ces expression
etlnros n, thll1'1 "9lOe so h l seeounts for itimch me than feature,
'ti llr' 1il ctl,*( tr hllg forces even In photography, and, although the
T(' i, ,ra an otl cannot be l s, nose and mouth may lbe ct
titri irt st,.t ;t it ntel'. The dis. In the sotme merold, the camera s lves re-
tlt sll.t tie l, rly also aect suIl. widely different" New York
ntlit .*iit 'h" loly also affect ,Prss.
1, ,, l vice vors:I. No one who 14

1 ki io'ranit of ir!' lNws -tlnIt govern either
; tlW soul or the Ie,,ly 1: lit to attempt
to herI l the dii Or':Mi'. of either the o11o
or thie otiir.
A ad I mIni inn'T '"' Irench ia good sF r-
mortAn. ,A h:i ,n t tingty prescribe a good
nle(ii'i lltn Iit loth the sertlon land
the n'dirw'ilK \vniwou! Lve hati a greatly
fCinlerett'cd llh::'Y l n thetr y been de-
"s llvrii't't l I'' r gi)iir mran.-M l eial Taltk.
k' hi( -kmantivlln t Iiid ha'l( tt ntlo1,*1+3.
Thli w'atl Ci(.' iir'iiiraig menuseans "'dull.
s3ggil.h sitretlcin." 'ys the Chlttntoo-
'1tlIt:1s, anid it I'n from the waters of
S creek that rtlfre Ilans., who were
iong tli most daring and warlike of
the tribes In east Tennessee, got
oir mInoie. The original Iuterpreta-
of Chalttnlloogtt has lots" en lost.
e general -- cceptatlon. IO ae mean.-
Sthe won is "haws nest," S M"i
.,exte suggested by tje valsl
Wr' the shadow of the riddpe
Itan,. Other say that the
Yt'r from the ame Cluao-
tby the Cterokees to small,
Owcs that made their nests
a of Lookout mountain.
cc 'lII^ RemI Inimit,"
'Wouiaatr rtently rocetPed In -
the art of lodlanu hasketry
Idoae several copies of lndian
which she was very proudly
'bo had lxen living to Art-
upon the young woman.
ied the baskets with consid.
Sare eally very well ddof,"
nted the vilstol "but of courMe
Meo ot the relt Indaian baskets."
Mrs. SfWyer," Indignntilt ex
the ma ker, "bow can you Nay
When I juat told you that I mae
04yselfrI-Youth's Compaion.
Womaa'u -Mateainws**
i BotlrcUp-I wish I hIad a l- t-
Buttetcrp--Thlutderation weow
.YpIm't you Any bsItt a~icamneo?
do you want to stp at a pttt
for wtbon Oes can wta> for a
millLlon It ast M eA y sld
en saveb psupeet .of *etttaS
woeMN)r we are poor!-*aeMMa

e ...d t s' jt dibikJ .... ',u u i@ i '
g 4J t # rs.. ::
-st* -aor whis vh

Ttlekeray Didn't Wea r punrm.
Tihackeray waII not at vnali tu nr, aod
he disliked vanity In others and made
It the subject of hi' ridicule and ear-
After long pIleadlng, his fanmlly In-
duced him to have hil portrait paint-
IA. tind Lawrence, a famous LAondo1
artist, gladly undertook toe task.
Boon after the picture was cornplet-
ed Thnitkerny changed to lie dining at
his club when n pOlhr)pou ofleter of the
guart1d stopped beside the table and
en Id:"
"6law, Thackeray, old boy, I hear
Lawrence has been paintllig your por-
trait." -
"So he he 4a" w e response.
"Full lericinr'
"No; fuU'Wi Doa portraItitare for mol.
dlemr, that we May row tleir spurs.
But the other ,od of the man Is tio
principal tbiaf 'ith authors,' saild
W** a.040S el We re as -As.
Aceounto of early wArtti. I'ushw that
sqnlrroels L m t tformpiy have been
amta.lngly anuniewo,. Godaiao satys
thit *be a ~ n MMt as a fearful


Wine of nardui einv certain relief to women suffering any ymp*
tom offemale weft and porfently regulates the menstrual fow. Wino
of Ca aul stops he.iaf down paina.by ilu'aneanly rlevin the irrit tion
which weakeas the li 1 snionts holding the womb in place. You nwed not
uffer every month i ou take this medicine. Tho periodical discharge
will b6e pflleas and Lcalthy without continual weakening drains. Wino
of COrdui will make your health ri ht and you ay treat yourself privately
In your own ho'o Secure a $ON0 bottle of Wine ot Cardut from your
auggit tody.

WuNE" 'ARou

Cot Oaly 2 cats at Druggists,
Or VAU 5 wets to b. MQPPrTT, M

G(oe 8 .w..io Iuthr Me- t a I .k.. . ..J Iat.. . 81.... C nw

R* voiMti trr. iuid i'otldITer ini

Staple and Fancy Groceries,
Grain, Garden Seed and Fertilizers.




Ish. a

to Ir


to i


Highest market price paid fot Ohidltuk'n. VEgs I tuad t other lrAluittl

Compllitie stock of lt y. Corn,
and Rye. We' handtilley

Ot)tta. Flour, lrain, Meal, dCotion "'Sce't T I a
the VERY 1i:ES1T oods at th LONV'
gtuaratrre'e uit itfati, ioi talways.. .

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Jacksonville&s Finest


- Owners end Proprietors

Take The Atlaptic Coast Line


Via 7 j V ( VIA W7 Vii
ack&% e k J .L e IitompOn. i

seourge. to.F-0 c 41L,: .farmners an d Lta m
P-,tyivr1.u04iPatitd.Mw o itet Ratpid Transift and turptwu ed 4 orviCO
lor their a~calps I 14i aline. Thi
,t't c thWe datructtetl of O,10 O0 within Ti T OiblO In efTet-Mty 2, lo08.
t -?? .pttmrativpy small districtL Ina- tbhe
early dwn a of western swttittnmnt re%-
lar hLunmt were orgDA*litr by the t1 Depart For OAINESVMIJ Arvre VIrnc
hMbitantkl. ho would rang the woodr aree: :e-
in two t'onpanti. f'roBm iorftltg tll a 4 p m hHIab pSringsi anl4 inter.'. +c a ii'(26
nghtot, yinga is to. whkib t Nid *should plly 11e4.. m 1*tlt5 lollao e ily
ti.'rK heoir* the w4grneatet t niastO' r of tin- -.V .~.- 4-.-- -- -* ...-'..- .. .... ....
pTik,,. The liuaOttlee thbui killed tre t37-pm OellPea. wAbtorg alad Tsml, and 8r1( iaklmkil& t$ re,,l14l ne w. .Daily t i i 4e(a-iWt.Potto aily
A *: -p Liipm Ji' I'a*. -Iu JP4lt*vils. c 4 pur
An AA4W,1rvs.- 14 Jni
At a ett ;party at icmrle. tsm'M [it -., s i Wet r .
HaMzlilt nd laimW Wbrother it latI I. a Ii| ,:'itn H fprivi(,W.oi i ott lv ah, ru- as k._ tllp
dimwii i a 'to witellser R-oOt1wt's t ol t AtUtyA.k s Nlorth. l W
(rtwizi Wis. iisU+40 641not ti Af fo kf
IAt t*mittl.t' t h -tinttian so ci.t'ed Ilt M tt ra nW 1*O'Sl Jt ( a fta
they i-p t t othe t? i^'thhrtn *. t0 I70l 1*1 I sar* dy Dly ^ .
7 4)
b 't irit tr $r0d titt4ex, ,tr '4 $ m 7" im 'y
anMo t kl **yt reta e st hwora ste yur., ez. r ek- 4
afM!il st^r. 'I he ,t thd 1 w, 'r '.ta. ',ft ',, p:x',43
T aI *N**ta**n e ea j. ia 00 *a Mto *w r va A
I Ow or*M *. A*O* O* 00 T r, .v
~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 0 (-lr.* j>iMOO t~t*CMifcaii m fih**t'
**. '^ .. -, 'K ' .-'- a-- 1. ahfc -f. -" ^J .^ "^ .w^ "^ '^ ^ ^ * '*^r^^ ~v "~" w ^v ~ v^ W ..RM.-
,^^^..^:'^ "~otttp-^to^^ ^C2*W IN# t -*nwti ''

384 ? Indiana .i "n JI
,OicAW, I1t., Sept. 57,i ttO
SI avebeon a sufferer with ImosteveryMnd
"6f tfemIlo trouble for yearti, but-, VA long as
could get marotud and do my work I would not
-, try paittdtt mndioines as I had no faitu iTn.them.
Al, botitb eight raoanth jgoIo I had to take to
y bed,s1tfering withiprorMP'Ss of the u% u '
Switch bearmitg down pains and iritense pains
in the b'ack. My aunt,wlao cume to maure w e
told moof Wino of Cardal and soot for a beot
Stie. I am indeed glad that she did, or that
first boLtle started mWe on the road to eeCov.
ey. rn ta few weks I was out of bed and in three months I 'Was
In better health aai strou-
ger thau I bad bee ill
year.* I take fdoai now,
occasionally, f Wine o
rcdui tad t in e'y. Woodman'a Cirde No, 7 10
perfect health. .

S prtflet (101 to I,44 yitr of nae.


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Wll mtolo jour reot anmt. bluy
you a ItoItm, Fore llfttllrla
+tI<1(t eo I II oh i
oti 8 it i ll

In addiltlou, to lit sibot I
Ihve decided to work a Reatl bit,
tttt(d ti 1tttlle4 and.x will
boe thanlkfiul for a1 y lislnoem
pla cid In Imy Iamudu
1.!I1E,1 INS'.IIIINAU c'..t nkhlm



Abst-act, Co1
B, R. COLSON, Mnargen,
A lN EN11,lt, If

111 Th questions r Title a
thirst (onsildelratrloit" ir te1 i.

S bstract of Title
I'o cay ,itee of Tanti u
tl lA itli Countl wisheded

And all maithters conoorn. .
mInll the redlomptlhn uf lia.l
(autoeled taxx etertflattest
titentded to piii optatiy


matuer.tr eeity,
idit 9 atdtBonss.p s-
.. N ti Ave weeks-

tf 4Sl0 0m to, I ettow. 0 td
.. Wtf i u 11 t. . :ro .

4'1sW^eei1 'u.t ,n eltF t-page,
i sp .tpaer put oabl .ed ever.$Mon-
IF;t!'hUrsa y,' itni: r ""'lontsim ull the
B .e, w lfocfale .statedi and Senio

S advance,
Me i boo oee '40e, to oant
I-::: tittetfClatea or canada. ror l.oo

A| eyis(|i blls lcezn. 41nd after first
S^l@of idvertisomenr. Uinlal* otherwise
w|tttIV l nl|Beeot known. to
."b qultred to paly or advertising In aS4
^;lS*S^ a9s. JlUALY SUN',
GAiSXSvi*L M, A. .


ltiino. S., eadsone of the best
upititi e al lowylers it the State, in
a j i lbervieJw Iw oith the Pentoacola
of el, refe rs to tevorcid.p Jeot.noge'

o certain. i'th ^ ttill the. "eit['al
Aperprltion bill usa follows: *
I"ilOreasnos given by the Oovernor
;td'iadaaIng o0ertain ltems in the 1 gen
eVal, ippropriation bill are inconsitatnt,.
41l0i,"i6,tvand nt, lieitionably demon-
steithatt s fii, from obeying a Qn-
'7lttitohltl mandate, that he violated a
^issit"lttonal duty Seotion 80, ar-
'01 8,U of' thea ,donetiution of the
0ostf Florda.doolareti 'Lawh s mak-
t$pproptinttion fort thle isalarles of
uiitoa.0;16 efere'ton4t era current exi-
i't A of ethie State sihltl eontain pro-
4hsi6 upon no other subject.',
"rhe p dviiory bpinon l of Judge
etootbt *t cited Inn lisfveto,
Shadliuttle, if tainy bearing upon the
qiesaltion considered by the Governor,
4siad ito far a f It haii. y bearing, a
Sboidetinatlon oifthe Govorifor's action,
astheeniost casual reading of Judge
Westoott's option wlllshow.
f"The bll, i think, was unoonstitu-
tionl alas to every appropriation not
o 'salarle0 of ptiblic offers and otler
ojrrent expenistoe of the State,'
aind it was not only tle right
but.thbt constitutional duty of the Gov.
ernor to veto (not acalo) ovary Item in
thia bill not making appropriations for
'sattrles of publito officers and othor
Current expenses ol the State.' Se.-
tion 18, ar ole .4, of the Constitution
iredse: 'Te(l Governor shall have pow-
or to disapprove any item or items of
Any bills making appropriations of
"'mtnonoy embracing distinct itenos, and
Sthe part or parts of the bill approved
shall be the law, and the item or items
,d approved slil11 be void,' eto., etc.
i iIis apparentalt from the first cited
l^tUse-Stection 80, article 8, of the
01onstitution-tihat thel items sealed by
tho GoUvernor were unconstitutional,
S 4nd from their hat clause cited-Sec-
tion..18, article ,--that the Governor
!au authoritd., iand 1- was his duty,
S4todiapprove the .ntilre items,
'" The outing down or sealing of
these lteuns was not only inconsitent
Snd illogical, but unconstitutional. 1
o dnot remebnour thle amounts of tlihese
dile r itt itms; but let us suppose anu
pa1otlint for illuitritticni Sutippose the
aLislature had appropriated in this
ill #100 000 for tlhe Florida State Col-
lege, aall dtioch an it.n an the general
aippropriation istunconstitutional if the
t vertiiorouts theit aimouilnt down to,
6^,000? It is not thi amount, as the
vtoernor tseemn to thinilk, but ithoe sub-
t^JE.tattur, that nitlttks such appro-
p fiatio. iil such a bill unculistitutiont-
i"!l.D "Ntlidos, by anubstituting l50.,0tX

for the #100,).000 appropriated by tthl
aglllatur would nut t he Governor be
lituitng the executive will (or.tsoe
totive will, which is a direct and
S sle violantii o0-the Constitu-
. e
0(iovernor Je`piniu1 ffealessly
^rg|id. his conistitutioual duly,
'i WholaitRht.dilter with himl
I ,:e *givon l.limin credit for the
Stish! ,iecolvklltioils; hlml such
h!i"witth co ittitutiot ial ex-

iety m tf mention th'at tiov-
$ia. oun June 1, 1901, ap-
I t bill except in amnounts

''b.!il no wur to Make upon
Jollning. inany resp7ots
e naqat adtairqble cief
t We ag$r within J r,
See to hsryTe orf he

I'lake money ir 0 the esoti oV
*iqltingsf for East Elorlda Smtinary'.
\a We repeat that t the blU of i0"
Waiiunconstitutionial that 0of 3001 was
iodih myre so. It.is also a noticeable
fact that the 'Goverior failed to ,s -a
over any utnconsti .ttionla" 1 enmsi in
the bill appropriatig moneyy for the
State 0University, formerly the FloridA
Agricultural college.

It is evident that there will be se-
rious eurtlailment of L.he land settle-
nunt acts at'the next session of Coni
greBs. President ooosevelt prged a re-
vision of the land laws in his last mies-
itage to.Cungress and a' bill making
several modifcat ions was initrodoced,
'but never passed. It is now shown
that at large, portion of the land which
will be beiefited by Federal irrigation
has been taken up by se;cculatOrs.
Senator Gibson of Montana estimates
that, 1 hisa State alone 2,500,000 acres
have been taken up during the past
year under the Stone and Timber Act,
without adding a single agriculturist
to, the'population of the State. The
Preildelit has said that the.laws should
be made so stringent as to prevent the
aqo.uirement of land by any but actual
hoib-mnakers, and that if this is not
done the entire purpose of Federal ir-
rigation wtll be defeated. That there
will be1a thorough revision of the land
laws next winter is the confident pre.
diction of those in a position to know.

With eminent good sense, Baltimore
promptly sent $2,000 worthof clothing
to the sufferers from the (Gainesville,
Ga., tornado. It was far better than
money, for the people needed clothes
and had no near market in which to
buy them.,_
This year's statistics will show an
Ilnmense Increase in the consumption
of '.hot Scoth" in Glasgow. A recent
dlsastr6us fire destroyed several
m1Illion dollars' worth of distilleries.

The Serylans appear to be deter-
mined to prevent their brothers who
immigrated to this country from out-
doing them in the line of rioting.
President Baer has triptiinphed again,
but nothing would induceu a 'itRepubli-
can Congress to makot the Interstate
Commerce law effective.

Has it occurred to any one that the
feartil trust opposition to President
Ro0'ivelIt has all been discovered by
Republican editors?

Apparently Servia has lecomo jeal-
ous of Breathitt county, Kentucky.

Catarrh Cannot be Cured
With local applications, us they can-,
not reach the seat of the diseaist.
(atarrh isa blood or constitutional
disease, and in order to cure it you

h0 Salf bee.n givon :th pTrep' 4.4
it s i hardly surprig sthat Postinaste r L ICAL TiE C ARD NPO. 49,
initial Payne wafy w a to mw ", .
the report public. 0r4*uto tratea be- i rurn 1 r #A ' O
yoid peradventu te ring the .. STA
regime of Postmiltl n. in l mith -
and Firt Assistant eah f1e utnWt o Lr............. *k
oorrupfan prevlaled l. the o i1toee 1...
Department and in .th Wshiington e s h M.........
postofice, which was used as a sort of H a
asylum for the personal and political .5_

and others,. In hi letter to oPayne, .
'Bristow says that as lone ago as l. i .. .. ... .."......
ago'...51.............. o
Beavers.warned him against any in/ -., 1 ,' ,...... .......
VestigatiQ1. of Heath's actions and fur- .ie ".. ...... Por
there warned him that certain apP- .Npw ;
.poifntmnents noted as irregular were Q. yei1 Tn. 1 -.-...... ...... e
the per0oUnal actions of Postmaster 6 i 1 0 .'.. .
General Smith. Bristow farther says a1 S ll 4 ....... ...e
I s a ....................aM el
that at the time he called the atten- i 10 s............. eb
tion otPostmiaster Gen"ral n...thto .....' ... ..
"certain glaring irregularities" which t i $28 .

rection. Of course Smith made no 6f ,9 a 6 .'....... oS... I
move to correct them. Notwithstand- p............
ing these facts, Beavers has been per- ..............
mitte4 to remain in the service until a i 0 ..........t. LN
S2 l I ........:::::::::.:::........R 1
month or two ago: s ..................L.Aem,
It is further shown that one O. H r00sOaLi pAr................. Mi
Smith, a personal friend of Parry 8CHTIDTTU B! OP
IHeath, from Indiana, was i legally ap-
pointed, that he drew several salaries SLAn BoD RBANOH.
siflultanieouly for services which it 5ATloni. |t
would hiive been physically impossible T ........
for him to perform at the same time, ........... .............
that he was paid exhorbitant expense v...... t ..........
V aI......... ] iStee ........ A 1 12
accounts colitrary tolaw, when he was r R.. S. Ss
for a considerable period absent from . al A
Washington participating in the In. S Dy eAst Dl
diana campaign. This same Smith its -l e. s un .
still in theserv ice and is mentioned in Ir S l p.sol*
Civil Service Commissioner Proctor's~ ,} 1) P a Salo
report as holding his present position iin 0 Ps e PO R .i..ot...
illegally, and as drawing the salary of eseTn m Tblese the tmessat h
finance clerk when he isa actually in from tb04e ralwtationo b ttir
eld ( 1rOthe0 charge of laborers. According to om. _
Pstmasnter General Paynle the abuses
reported at that, time were corrected KEY Wv E A
by Postmaster General Smith. An in- PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL S
stance of Smith's methods of correc- ", ...
tion is found in the case of eight aS SUTAu.,Thur........... .....*oo
"char-women" whom the inspectors wi e1 WestSun., Thur. ..........5 OI
fu we !oi rsWent Sun. Thur .... .......1
found were performing no services, but 4x~aranm Mou,,'Fri.................. 7 01
were drawing aggregate salaries of ier copy of Leal Time 0ar4 orom
43,800 a year. Postmaster General frG Tm
Smith corrects this abuse by writing J. D. IAHqNijR, Aset. Gen. Pass
the postmaster at Washlngton that
these women; were regularly appointed JAS. M. GRAHAM, President
and it was the postmaster's bnsihneos to H IR
find employm.it for them. This, not- ''J
withsaiandin. the fact, as shown by ,
Com lhmiiol.Ritroet'r, that so many
unnecessB8ry enployes were forced on. Q "' .-AIIT
the Washington postmaster that it was g
impossible for 4Isn to find work for all. THE ONLY CHARTERET
Anotlier instant tIV given in the case E
of E. 0. Fowler, who was-unable to per- Capital .........
form any satisfactory service, but who Surplus and Undivid
was apl)lointed assistant to the tite- Does e( lusively a banidng business, with facill
ko~epr, who needed no assistant, at a the atoounts o Farmners. Merchant.
salary of $1,700 a year, although the by special arrangement. Al
timekeeper received but $1,000 a year,

must take internal remedies. Hall's These are but 4 very few samples of
Catarrh Cure is taken internally, and several hundred similar cases reported.
Actts dirooctly on the blood and mucous _
surfaces. Hall's Catarrh Cure is not a CHEAP RATES.
quiack medlelne, It was prescribed by
one of the best physiolans in this count- National Educational Association, Bos-
try for years and Is a regular presqrip- ton, Mass-., July th to 10th, 1903.
tl 'i. It is composed of the best tonics On account above named occasion,
known, combined with the Ikest blood the Atlantic Coast Line will sell round
purilori,. ating ,dlireotly on the mu trip tl-kets to Botson Maa, t rates
cous surfaces. The perfect combina. trip tickt to on, Ma., at rate
tion of the* two ingredients is what and under the conditions named be.
produces 8suoh wonderful results in low
curing catarrht. Seid for testimonials ltatecs-On(e fare, via all rail, or via
free. Oni & Co,. Props,, Toledo, O. rail land Sound Lines, plus $2 .member.
Sold by druggists, price Te.7 ship fe. Tickets on sale July 2nd,
iHall's Fatnily Pills are the best. 8rd, 4th and 5th. Limited to return
not earlier than' July 8th not later


Sunday Shooting Affray May Result
In Tirea Deatks.
R]onnrtv lilt), Ten n,. Juneio 2,--(A ispe
clil tto Tho Sllnliil from Itogeravllle

A dual killing occurred at Grassi.y
Springs,. Rancoek county, yesterday atf
ternooln. It may terminate In thrces
daths,. as the thiril party to the af
fair now lies in a lprieariols condition
Goorge Maheb and his baso. Ieon
Mabe, It Is said. attack ec ChIarl a Max.
ey. who marriled O(,orge Mal's datiugh
ter. 'Wh was shot twice, and it was claimed het
'rtaltlated at once by killing Geo-rgi
.Mabe and then he took Mahb's pistol
from the deAdw4 body and withIt it sho
and killed Lon Mabo.
Mlaxey may dte. Isa woundls arf
very serious and &re believed to bW

Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy
Is everywhere rteognii.ed as thiono
renedy that ucan always be d epeidedl
upon and that is pleasant to take. It's
especially valuable for sunmmier dtir
rhoea' in ohbildrenand is undoub tth'
the liea"n of evi(gi the lim 1 ""
great mtn cthildr na each year. o
sale by al d4traifts and d i
eale, ',L u t n ies

than July 12th, 1908. A joint agency
fee of twenty-live (25) cents to be paid
when ticket is executed. On tickets
deposited for extension the validation
fee of twenty-flive cents will not be re-
quired. .
Extension--By personally deposit-
ing of ticket with joint agent not ear-
lier than J uly 7th, nor later than July
11th, and upon payment of fee of fifty
cents, au extetUilon may be secured to
enable passengers to leave lBoston on
or before September lt., 1903.
For full information, see agents or
write Frank 0. Boylaton, coin'rmreal
ageit, 188 W\et Bay street, Jackson-
ville, Fla. 3w
Ladies and Children Invited.
All ladies and children who camiu't
stand the shooting astrali of laxative
syrupe. cathiarilme, et., are invited to
try the fanioust Little Early Risers,
They are different from all other pillar.
They do not purge the system. Even
a double doos will not gripe, weaken
or sicken; m a people call ihemn he
Easy lPiU. W. owell, Houston.
iTex., "tys no$ulI.o bettIir Cl O b.ueied
for eaonstitia sitk hedach e, ete.
itob M oore;X 1; iir *. ZAn l, i all

Gainesville & Gull
Time Table in cffe

No. 6.
Daiy1 No. 4. No. 2.
Exo't Daily DUlly. STA
r, ML M

745 6 .....

8 10
8 15
8 89
8 88.
8 45
8 60

9 08
9 16 .... ... ....
6 4 Ar ... ......
t0V 6 80 BOLv 8
11 86 6 55 (65
1200 7 10 7
t120 7 18 71
1 40 ~ SOAr 7 1
... .... 10 8
100 8a
....... 1 00 8s
, ..,.. 110 at 4
Ar A8 50 t
SyAr A MAer

. I


S5 1
10 p

.-.. . ... Du
...... Dur

in ~ffeut May 28, ~
No~ii4SOWiN9-3P~ ~


utlns.'............. ..
stlngs...... ......,...,

Dailyy; D41y.

S enft!

tA.....-'-4....lot i
luta. .....,.....,. Airt 7 10o al C

POato ... .........

pond ............... .....
r.tona .. ...... .....
a Hill ... ................
ivie e ............... ...
OOali ..............
lbourne............ ....
Gastlle... ..............
Lourle... .............
aieran ............... ..
b l .....................
Pier e...................
r a 0l ...... ...............
e &................. .......
Sound ..................
Juplter........ ... ...
tim Beaa ................
rnton ...................
n City ...............

s 6 o6 a
s 15 9a
8 &47a
si 47*
9 t 25 A
B 0 81a

l 4b a
81 00 .

111 06
So -1



si ibs

,11 05"
f0 28,6

8 9


41t a


lm a "
nn *i *?* *

... ............. 1 I I 2 9 0 W 154
N"al. 3I N .I kJoT .. *,02 iD'Noal:.
I SOp p10l0a Lv. .N. Bniyrna..AT lS5p a7lp i
s i l121 an Lv. Lke Helen .Ars alOpa 110
a9Bpp all 8 9aLv.Orainro City. AralO1ps 65 ^..
1O1llOs islI4A Air..Or. City .Jo., Lvs I5 .5 :
No. 10 flo. 2N No.2 4[N 1
MORT Dail7.n Daily Di.ly Diy ly.

onille ..Ar a 7 0o s 8 40 as 1 CO s 8 10 p
DkSoovilloeT.L. s 8 a s2 a,,8 82. asi 2 r i s p 6 p
40B~h...,ITs 0 6 ll s 8 (oa o i l
o lBTb..LTs 6 15 c a 7 65 12a 1ps
iype ......Or 8 03 a a 7 po s i 0 n 0 p .
[eh trains may be ex-,'eted to arrive and depart '
iteprture at the tlimda statecri I ob gusram'itle I.o
tor any delay or any consequence earising there- 4

ii ~ Ztl'K l BOUNJ. .
a Lv Havana Mon., Fri................... n'
i Ar Key West Moll., Fri.................... 8 8l :
P Lv K ey Ve-zVru Tu -. Sat.............. 3..1 8 'a
s ArMiain TtiT esa. t.... .... .. ... Qp
ther Inforrat'on and.eo-s any A-,ant. -

GOo. W. HYDB, Vice-President

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.... .. .. .$50,000 00
edProfits... 20,000 00
ties equal to any bank in the State Solicits
s. Corporations, etc. Interest allowed ,
1 business transacted promptly.

'Railway Compayl

'ct January 4. 1902. .

No,.. 4'
N.Oo. 1. No, 8. .:
MT1 NS. I Daily. Dily. ZXo0 0 ,

Ar. PM Ar PM Ar"PM
Irft I ......... .... . ... 600
rvn ....... . .......... 604
iLrarv.Ln;............ ..- . . -----.-. ...1411"'i,"':

...... dontIslt ...... ... .......
......... Hiekmatn....................
......... ke l o ton...... .......
.....,. M icanopy ......... ... .....
..... ... .Tacoma ............ .....
........ Kirkwood......... .... .
S........ Olyatt.... ... ... ... .
SF.. ..... Flewellen........... ....... .
.... ....Wa oot..... ... ......
... ...Rocky Point...... ... ....
{ ,......eGalvilUe....... *e'ioA
..........B amy........9 4
C........ yrill.......... 880
.... ....raham....... .... 8 22
...... mpaon OCty ..... 8 10
tlake Bfutilar, 0, 8. & F 7 40
Jaoksosvlle, J. t. 8. W.5 00 p
....Ltke CIltO.S.A F..- 7 2 5
...,,.Talha .%ee, P. C P.. 1 i8 p
S...Valdota, S. a. .. 5 20 pt
a. o. M onrG. 8, a .... ..11 80 *
...... a C. of ...... 8 0
"Lv A M

... ..... 640
........ 6 86
.......... 5 20
........ 6 12
.......... 5 00

........ ....0 .

. ... 00
9 o0A 800
8 40 2 80
8 25 160
8 17 180
8 06 110

3 18 ......
S35 ..
1245 ..
11 L09 p ...

Tratint 3 and 4 will not run betwee Ot ainesville and Fairtield ont Sd
L,. X BARKER. General Supertntendent.
J. F. HILL. Agent. JA. M. OAHAM. President.

bLduc i 1878 I

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Al A I

Atlantic Coast Line Offers One Way
VI F Rates to Homeseekers.
. The Atlantic Coast Line Railroad
..C Dompany will participate in- one way
6ompany Desires settlers' rates from,, Ohio and Missis-
ia URere at Once sippi river gateways--Cinoinuati, O.,
Louis- ille, Ky., Evansville, Iad., P.'a-
"TO ~N LOATION ducah, Ky,, Cairo, Ill., St. Louis, Mo,,
7 G TO CENTRAL LOCATION and points beyond; also in basiigra.te
':tr'' from Memiphis, Teln. (tickets not to
(|w Ooncern Will Employ About bt olt fm LMemphis proper), for
B Men and Prove a Big Thing for points on and north of the line of thl
o Merchants of Gainesville if Loca- Frisco system (Memphis to Kansas
R CkOan be Secured City), to the following points iln floi-
A ida. Gpeorgiti, North and Soutith ar-
aiiln^e.iUle is to have another manu- olina and Alabama located on this
et1bring enterprise that will give emr- system, or to which the company formi
loy11entto about 1 men the yar part of an authorized ticketing route,
oUnttd. at following rates under conditilons
1.qjSe Union Cooperage Company nowy named
h *lv their represent tative here looking ReOne-halflof thl standard one
over the field, and if he can secure th way fae, plus $2.00.
proper location near the railroads, the sale-March 8 ad 1, pls $00.
S.ompaty will at once put in tho plant. oril 7 and 21, 1003; May 5 and 19,
S"The plant will consist of the latest 1)3 June 2 and 1, 1003; July 7 and
: proved machinery for the minan- 21, 1003; August4 and 18, 1903; Sep-
fa picture of all kiit of staves and head- temnber 1 and 15, 1903; Octobe- 0 aud
.ngs. for barrels, and this being a con- t, r 1003; Novenber 3 and 17, 1A08.
l' tral location cart be shipped froot here I lmi-t-Cu-tiruus passage.
to any point over the State. t Couditionsi-Contract and each cou-
SBy coming to this point the company pul of tickets to be faced "second-
will be in the heart of the i urpentine class, not good in parlor or sleeping
and fish industry aind will be ahle to ears."
supply these people with their pro-I Hero are some of the staple crops of
; ducts at a great saving over the pros- the different sections of thi territory :
ent price. All vegetables and small fruits,
poaches, pears, grapes, figs, oranges,
Rice Farming in Texas. pp grapfruit, watSernmlo0s,
New Orleans, Junei 23.--As a resull citrus and other fruits, wheat, corn,
of his experiment In ril'o farming neal oats and other Rrains, tobacco, cotton,
Del Rio, Tex., with a colony of foux peanuts, hay, rice.
Japanese, K. Isomoto, the Japanese The polly of0 the Atlantic Coast Line
e expert, has deided to return home and to fster all developments ahMlo its
anize a colony of 150 farmers tc lin t the .grtes
le- on lands In the rice belt ol trucking road in America, and it pro",
Tetas along.. the line of thi Southern -ides every fateility for getting. fiMOT,
Pacific railr oad. ~Ir. Isomoto says garden and orchard products' to 0 e
the experinicutal firmilng he has beem northern Inarketa in the best possible
doing has been so suIcessful that it ts coudilion,,in shortest time, and at low-
his belief that within a few years ept rates,
the rice lands of Lcuislana and Tex. it no part of the country is there a
as will be fillel with native Japanesa3 gt abutdan of game s.id fsh
rice farmers. Mr. Isomoto goes henct Nortohern farmers are invited, to
to New York. write for information in detail about
the territory of the Atlanitic Coast
ti Peonage Cases Being Pushed. Line.
Montgornery, Ala., June 23.-'Thf TO THE ANATE 8ECTIA.
United States grand Jury investigating
the peonage cases in this state re One-Way Settlers' and Round-Trip
ported 17 Indictments Saturday, mak. Home Seekers' Rates.
Ing 1;3 In all thus far found. The The Seaboard ALr Line railway have
jury then adjourned to July 18 to oen.
able the secret service men to got ad. arranged th3' following attractive rates
dltia tl videl,('e on which to -base to Manatee, Braidentowit, Ellenton and
i other,,n In lic t n ts. Sarasota, Fla:
o___r _n____.From Ohio River Gateways$
Yachts In Race for Cup. One-way settlers' tickets endorsed
SDodr, Jurine 23.--ilght yachts start. second elags, not good in parlor or
t ^d today n the annual race for the sleeping cars, to be sold t1 all points
V 1tmperor William cup, from Dover, te on the U. S. & W. IR. It. and 8. 8'.
Heligoland, 32 miles. A light breeze 0o. line at rates based one-half of the
.j Was 10owing. The schooner yacht Cl first-class limited fare, plus $2.00.
Soil, owned by Cecil Quentin and do Tickets will be sold on the first and,
j 'l gned by Fife, speedily assumed the third Tuesdays of each month, to and
_,_(_ _. _____ including November 17th, 108.
Home seekers' excursion tickets to
A Serious Mistake. Parrish, Elleniton, Pialmtetto, Braiden-
,.C. DoVWitt & Co., i the name of the town, Manatee, Oneco and Sarasota
/ w iwho miake the genuine Witch agencyy stations), at one fare, phis
7A zel Salve. l oWitt'e is the Witc $2.00, for the round trip. Tickets will
Atsel Salve that. heals without leav- be sold on the Hirst and third Tuetlays
ascar. It is a serious mistake to of each month, to and Inluthiding No-
any other. t i eious ith azel t vciber 17th. 1908, with final limit
Se nureS blind, bleeding, itching twenty-one days from date of salo.
protriding piles, burus, bruises, Tickets will be good to stop-over on
a and all skin disease. Sold by Saboard Air Line railway en routo on
& M il going ~fourneiy within "flteen.day
La..., Ti:n-<.. The Seaoosrd Atr Lino railwa
a aoat re.'kl 'fs sp-ndthirift in the have iMssted so0e very attractive atd-
-the Oui who stz1oiu"mlo1i tlnl. vertising matter, covering these rte,
eIVot y *,.. trt'rifnlt4 frietti- which is being di!strlbutd extien|wty
b'on nxit I,' : l. through the North,. Eaat and orth-
iIl< mny Is' sold or Iuirhkl or wt
ieHl t i.,:y Ie bo-rtight or gain(d. T3LEGRAPHIC BRtVITIES,
It nitln. Tint whl t power a ii---- .
the fliOsrinwt tIlat hun paHsi, ;Wi(( cotton n-till *trike at Ldowell.
1* I sf'o- *n l:4 as ,st, the year MIatsB, has heed decl,.lare4' o,.

b1 nuI9'mI ritl with te a.ges

.t' TO'tt li :.... "' ,.o'<4 the nnxious
Sp ;brwr';4,t T 1.'h frt if'r,
IC by puttlv;c it In three Imn.it-ad of
iVellI. n ." tIhe l trit<' replied. "I
Inly ltiittet s The -rtnin wouldn't
) ,tto'awm.s Uitltll 1ii thil t ,tnsE a5. It Is
wr."-*'Cl 'i.algoo ,', A Frightened Horse,
Running like mad down the strett
afping iltile oreupanto, or a hundred
hieraieadents, are every day occur-
e#. It behoove T w ryltbody t have
reliable lve handed and there ioae

quickly ader is ~isoothing
Se, at all drug stores.
Tourist Ratest Via Atlantic
Coast L m. *.
are on sal voia the above
'Itoulte to tise p I Ax ,atml maner

|lboral st"p-.4t r prif
ad 0 "0 ";*1'''' 1'"'' > .'" '1 '* '

Ell W 0;-0aM.l the AuntSt nagro wihd
tried to asmsult a $ mall htid. haba
beon carhrl'd to ivabnah for.,, ltty.
:&.uor rSintca. 3 Pond. wl*0k'niowns
wanrager o lecteur, ers nd s .fra..ra
Boston, de4. "*
*iIn 6ove theue werrg titonflkcts h4etwea the c.lert
c-is and atr..-clert itals.
Italian parllamUent is to assemble tby
de re- of the tlng.., The, -0W 0 bl-.
net has n Prte,partilons ar complete i at Or1tii
for ti..' .r.i;.p 44 Ilift g 'con4 *a4 r-ttnh
resik whflukb btegin0s At CAa Nor
A 4I. TA.xn s-y. f Mtn.as .ttl, t 'ena.n
Sl iti.'oit. of ~aintv.tlr, w'bo tri(

.Ict *i pi i..t,.tN wI"OA ro, mM V ,
atQrn ior ,a' kgar.e isr? .or ar.tik"P hte.:

4't* at.ae 1d .d t wltb" s tu prn g v
r I s % t Ilk4'ow db*




he Weak..i a the

Convalesce nt
find a positive and aplid reatorative I

--the "rFood.Drin..'
This must not be judged by the same stand-
as alcoholic beverages with t"tntic"
titles. /t1 f.~.tautrine hlit l4,l04 of genuine
nutritive extract and lees than 3b of alcohol.
Ia absolutely a non-intoxicatnt and posl,
tf|vely strengthening and invigorating,
doctorss prescribe It.
SAll drustists sell It, Prepaedl onih hb
,Anheuser-Busch Brewing Ass'n
St. Loui, U. 3, A4
BrteerIs o t*t. fmose Budwlser. Mitohelob.
Black ans. Faut. PileLaser. Anheuser*
Standard, ELaort Psle and Bxatauttlt,
Order. pronllil y tilted by
. Vholesatie Dealer. (Oainesville andl Oeal, Fia.

^fi t ^^ '-lCihtii fluctcWl

O i1esville, Florida

Suflfing Up.

The Final ArgoHent.,

1u tihlut! .eel.ly talks of I th piwst few months, we have touched
on many sides of the clothing quet'tit)-,we liave endeavored to be
impartial in all our ailatenitt--wo hINave onght to give facts, and
facts o01ly--ietwhetr st\t'hing the truth in our favor, nor distorting
Conditions of. cotin eti iL. it.



" fllks" 'hPuve brot'ght uts
'at,-nCofrieds--c,,and iofr
.1. .t/t of b usiiesl ha
S* 1
ro" e ptspapf 'i et ncrs- vtua
onl declare our wf 1telnl tm;
wt nff, our bu.tkn i rrmtfotr
tV cvan prowe our hnt'ns
(.-JI. l it .o 1 t0h "p/ro'o qf tthe
ptadd im in ll(the atilny"O
,ti//c t ite itmtijf li'tt'l Mmi iW O

Next Week We Will "Submit Our Case to the Jury."
A. we ael) the '" he h t h It6 i n I 'b e 1\a, ,O1 4At1i '
world," iadtle ivy h'ke hh*0 A. Co. I(0
of Baltm0ore, thenr C is little eatise for
tontdeor that 4e huca woti s uch wide
potUlltrty. A.

All their 'gari, o N b)ear hatis label

SOutftter to Pc Partiular M n.



IAdvu ie vwgt d t tA rgo a fat requut r w fer
S*adv, by Wt er or wir. rre. r
**. -: 1'^...' t*wO^ 3oI8 teUlN ;. ^ 1. ____

als.Beod tasrtNNoOtt.Ceata 4WwN9 o^A i
I'lease anBwet aear at toat a4)^
In t n.ntv ntO a ..a..eOW...10 10-A .
h sioi e
O $.t oItvv I twith tnlhla1iWlbt.ib ,
Their tit4a0et Wimlot b e el i c t 1:h

DO YOU, w aot A re tumnaohlnbte If go 4Q 1 :^f
buAy uUt 1you hO4 aree n 01Dwe. AO IAiU .4 1 ... SiS
uouiY. I keep o) t hand ib ttSftOtt e0.
Ssmeltlet ,B tt>o ents 490utd att.re brtW lll
tlfn Io. h t9Oe t11 1t 01 0. 1obi u O1111s lO e wa
prite. (,si O il at agrent Vil h Sngor r AtIt Co.. 0'4 BPO 0 X '
Otanevlville. Fla, 4-7t-WI f .. ,_

tI t YolU wtU n the. up-to- to et Itr.....
Tatla Stur ofle t19 the likon to wet It,

Mathushek Pianos,


Best plano for thil tr'ingtr I l mie, stand
tunol omgo r 4ihai othioerm. oonstruoettl ot
host. mlerttals. vnd m oi4 4 it rt to
worTkmflnh4l9 obtalnatel
L1t to htto In 1overv
Oa &ised.
Sold by ua euntinuously for
wtthouta asinglofailure. If you
waut a planO 'or a lifethne'a
service buy tiw
Mathushbe k 1
Prisell 43 low itB lMi ool il4ttlft Witth tQUIk
CUwb or on oaswy termi. hs, 00t on dYty'
triWl. Wo Imv freilaht, Writo
for toei TODAY,

Lud den

Southern MN!

sic House,

tPHY, Mg. ,
-* *

tUngs, Belting, Pacll1te ,c

Botight hi (nar Lo 8Holt In !;t

Get Ono or Our C taWgu.-

Baird Hardware Co.




Highest. Mrket Prc

D. =Irk"

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::::*^: ;.w0l. '^Wi :
' t .,"te ro" c i

e c-rie? person-s
hurt and a score
In a patic aboard
Avenue trolley ,ar.
.the controller box blew
is o' bItteo fires frightened
sttng near by almostt out of
4t '"A woman leaped off and
A frdist against an Iron pil.
;W 1 badly hurt. .Her hus
JUpa4 withtheir little girl and
,Y4 :"badly cut. The child,' was
I 1iJ' r. An.pther man broke one
-1 4 i e ,. By thil tim e the excite,
t aboard the crowded car had be
'[Ie intense. Several women faint
4 OAd .their fellow pasengora tram'
pled them under foot In the rush toi
'tho exits.a
Men Fall In RBay From Tug and Arg

S4an radncsco. June 28.-W1hile the
ta riacUla, with a number of' eXCUt
am jist oa board was enterIng hot
a.,. fla here last night, 1). Paulsae,
;^.".a bo-ok.keper Tort an electric coi;'pitny
4''. K 8% years, and thiw.ard Selhllhigo, 0.
ba..-- r. tender, ,aged 24 years, bean tU
4.utl ini a f lendly way and both fell
in the bo.ay.
Life pree5rvers were thrown out tc
'srthe Rm but, Instead of utiltzi-ag the
Ib~oyrs the unfortunate men engaged In
; a desperate struggle with each other
"nod before asalstance reached them.
w' renownedd.
SHis Last Hope Realized.
0" [ rOm the Senthnl. Vebo. Month.
I. I In 1lfirst olpenling of Okihihoma to'
..ettlers in 1889, the editor of this pa-
p i .rWar among ~htli tuni ny se.teors after
.fortn, who made the big raoe.oone line,
.t ay in April, l)uring his traveling
Should and afterwards ihia camping urpol
Ihiso hin, 1he Vncountored much bad
w'ittw i'..w hi, together with (hi severe
hlat.' gave hin a very soveir, diarrhoetta
'whIlE it seBmled liu-mt. impossible to
So(ick,, itid along it Juno tihe 11ase1 be-
".. oamte so bad h(i exlxp(Itil'd to dioe. Oni
..lday 6ne of lu-s nidghbors brought himn
.oni .sniall bottle of ChaOltbrlain's
Soli0, Cholera and Diarrhoca Romedy
as Ia mlst. hopet. A bIjg dose was given
'' .him wlilo he was rolling about on the
: (.. i' d in .grhat gmoly, and lti, ftiw
.1nilt 01vwei I' do,%. Wats ig atid. Thu
:"' Etod 'll'.ot (4 th" 11nedici iuc, was soon
noticedd tint witlrwiitn hour the pinetiit
was Mttkiig i.tlirl.st sound sleep for ia
1.' fortiif 4hl.. Thai t outi lin tli bottle work-
ed a tohmpletl curit, iad ho cainot lhelpl
Sut t Ito grattf -t.''h season for how-
el. disorders HUing at, hatiu suggests
this :itonm. For sale by all druggiltsa
. atd nid icietv dealers.
te,-- FATAL "OAS ";XPLO310N.
i : Mar'y ln] JI ed a- 1 K l!cd In iMini Ac~l
;;",, ,denit at Tiv qiua.i
'PT".'' tai.i 1: .... '8, ,. 'y i o '
Ii ii *, of In It' I No. rt li last
I', 'dght*1ti..l.'J. tt e'\ \ tr o hi, t ildly burned
la|t t h 4- thought !i r 1' themn will dlim
"D .^..'v ". ]l)anietP L.e-wi i, mlintr. sucr'umben,

to. his iajlrloe tody.. 'Two .linglislh
.:pIathljn mtnuers and thro tj 'l,,igort
aire Iiin citiOal condition, and thoh
%oo0riy I1 doubtful. The exploskla,
S'bleved, was duo to a defective

Tax on Babies.
weatthier is a great tax
A power of babies;
they should be
White's Oroamn
rin's tonlo. It
i tatethe di-
t heoy o


I r

MiS. Danforth, of St. Joseph,
Mich., s how she was cured
of falling of the womb and its

Lifeo looks dark indeed when a
womat feels that her strength is hap-
pin away and bihe has no hopes of
ever being rettord-. Such was my
feeling a few months e go when I
was advised th t my poor health was
causerl by proia.htqs or fatlllngW. tthe
Womlb. The ordl sounded like a
knell to i",I if 1',1 'hat tm sun had set;
hbt L yll, y IliAha(i'a Vege-
table Coplltou'Il camei to me as an
.elixir of life; it restored the lost
forces. uul built moe up -:ntil my good
health retuarnd d to mrc. For four
mouths I took the medicine daily and
each doso added health and strength.
I am Ioe thankful for the help I
obtained through its use."- MAS.
Fr.LOPi.NCi DANIOTHiri, 1007 Miles Ave.,
St. J oseph, Iicll. 1iooo000 forfeIlt If orlInaI o1
aboouc letter proving onuineness cannot be produced.
The record of Lydi. E. Pinlk-
ham' s Vegetable Compound can-
not Ie6 eaualled by any other
medicine fa the world.
W1Vomen would save timo and
nm1eh I hfleoness if they*y would
V#.i. t, V.) yPikham, Lyn,
Thn4iQ. f'(r adivfe I ts: eon it s nuy
.M yessiug syn ltot1s1a p jpeacr.

Former ultat ,of TSokoto Cauting
lodcoat T1 O'-L Ie.
London,' June 23. -T,''h former siul
tan of Sohoto Is cIuis!rig the Britilsh
co(ifhltdeble trouble in Nigeria. A
force ofl 130 West African troops in1
the middle, of May unti'racessfully at.
tackled the former aliltri who was i,
commaanna'd of a large force' I' the, walled
town of Durnmlbos, 2') nilles froir
The British were o' ljrr] t(,r I.'
after losing four ineii kil'.I l t-rid i(
The onemy's losses wero et m.ateto
ptt 300 killed or waunded1. lt ini(rcee
Inents are being scat thoe rltish.
Tho Britleh gunboata have beeln or
dered to Farroway, on thte 1.lbetrilai
coast, In conieoqUtnce of recent loot,
Ing of British andi PF'recih steamers
which have run r imtsore there.

An' amna isin li )d ..t imported in
conneCtiim with i sm.ll flctWr show
in the Poth of Euigla4id, One of the,
classet--utt 'roses-tas o.pen only to
cottage gi i r ers wfit'Ite certain ra-
dius, and the winner tried up In a
laborer iwhot i we will call Sandy. The
luIcny ItHNtllimdtil was In high feather
,4 inlg h isbout near his ehibit all the
aftoet'nfoi ecei vi ng tho congratttaiotns
of hliH frileo d.
"B1ea uttul jro es," rm iht ed a well
dressed, strtinger to Stondy. "They. tell
mpe, however, that HI Brigig had ben
qualified to enter h. would have beat-
en yoel. .. ..
N'Ow, rylggs wnas ;,ie rose glower
.)atr excellence In :the neighbqbhooIl;
but, iuanortunnly for him, he waa
Just outsIde the rndln&. .
"Bri Hri h:igesd l" ejnculated sanA-
dy. "IOe ain't got no better roSes than
"That's notsense!" retorted the,
strangerr, Brlggs' roses are the talk
of the district."
Sandy still stlck to his point and be-
came quite confidential. "Between
you and tri," he whispered eventually,
"Briggs aln't got no better roses than
them, 'cos them's nlsl He couldn't en-
ter himself, so lie gave me the pick of
his garden."
The stranger was sat!naded, and It
was only afterward that Sandy dis-
covered to his cost that he had con-
tided his secret to a member of the
show committ o.-London Tit-Bits.
A Woodland Eeho,'
As became the Idle tman having tlhe
jlme of his life In the primeval forests
Of the Tewngamie reserve In Canada,
the clerk of the New -York court of
special sessions was graclou)ly inclined
to instruct the workers In camp. These,
says the New York Tribune, were two
young, unkknown men who, with a
canoe and a canipiitg outfit, were like-
wise seeking backwood experience.
He came upon one of them baking
bread in a poranble aluminium oven
before u tmnolterlnl.1 log fAre,
"Ah," said the clerk, assuming a re-
Clining position of graceful ease, "bak-
Ing b read. I see."
"Yis. It doesn't rome up for a cent."
"You so," conillnued thle clerk, with
rising wisdom, "Hli baking powder,
whih eonitatns (r("m; of' tartar, liber-
ates wnvholii [litl ti certain amount of
carbounic add gais. which"-
"Oh. don't talk shop!" Interrupted
the cook. "I hate it out here!"
"Oh, you do!" the clerk observed, as-
tonished. "What business are you In,
tmy I :tsk't"
"I'm nn assistant professor of chem-
istry at Yale;."
Donmu ti'uM.
A pretty snub delivered by a pro-
fessor to a very young ltid very dog-
tmatic unldergrudal te is refurbished in
it Work of fiction. "Doginativnm." said
the dton sadly, "Is puppyism which has
reached narturity." It muny staillarly
be said of dog Lttia thatint is chiefly
used by pup.lm-- lndon Globe.


Smoke .

A Popular Price
Sold Everywhere
The Largest Sellin
Brand of Cigas
in the World

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aggigaP36y agtatligthe

bowels, but regular action cannot be secured until the Uver
secretes enough bile to make the intestines
execute their natural functions. Unnat-
ural agitation caused by cathartics, compels
continual and lacreasing doses to
attam a the results.

acts on the
5 W 4iver; cures Chhi
and Fever, and every form of
Malarial, BIlious, Remitting and lnter J
Sitting Fevers, and, by going to the seat of the
trouble, works permanent cure.

For Sale by Johno n Bros., (Gainesville


0 VORM S r veI m IuFa

For 20 Years Has Led all Worm Rom iesa.B
111ag0t1 a% -.Ta la Z3..17GCar-t "
Prepared by7--- JAMES F. BALLARD, St. Loul

For Sale by Johnson Bros.. Oainesville


All About Metaphrale... IlU U I UU I ILIIL. I UUIIII n
Palace at Constantinople Narrowly Es A Scotchlmnn thus defines inetaphys-
capes being Dynamited. les: "When a l iont wha' kens naetling ['xco ,toraL e
Paris, June 23.-'-A dispatch dated aboot any subj,'ct tnkes a subject that E E. VOYLE rMVG-R
from lhudapest today ys a rumor Ir uae mon ketus arythLng aboot and ex- .
current that the palace of the grmald platis It to another mon still more ig- Abstracts of Title and full information furnished regarding lands in this
vizier at Cont.tantinople narrowly es norant than himself-that's metaphys- county. Our manager has lived in this county thirty years and
capod being blown up today by dy teIs.*-Lyro. is thoroughly conversant, with land titles.
mite bombs. --------
The correspondent says It is certal It is ftnny a man lose bis hair and
t e gran' vlalbr has received threats doesn't coib it much, and a woman ..V O Y \) (L E
('tltig letters, and that a number ol combs, brushes. curls and pulls and "
arrosts hai'e been made recently. still hab a wad left when she dies.- FIRE, ACCIDENT, BURGLARY AND INDEMNITY INSURANCE. Repre-,:
Atellson Globe. seating a number of prominent Armerican and English companies.
Ball Ordered Forfleted. REAL ESTATE AND CITY LOANS.
Trenton, N. 3., June 23.--In thb _otpramndlal Iflrilgaoe.
Unitt,.i ltates district court Albetrt C "He's quite a star as atn 'tfter dinner G i-eL.2.es-"vl. e '1Xox-'iC.la ,
''wi:in. cashier ol the wreclkedl Firs' speaker, Isn't he?" .___________ ___.
Naitiomu) bank of Asbury Park, we< "Star? Ihe's a reguhtr moon. H.e b-... ..
<'alii uilton to plead to an Indictmtenl (omes brighter the fuller he getsa"-
of iuisappropriatlug funds of the 'bank 1Philadelplia Press.
Twi UvI wl as oi t in court and Jldige ......:.,..... .. .
Kirkpatrick oede '4r forfeited the bai
itn the suam a. 1,000, which Twini0La Planters and0 rowers of Long
gave ln Jersi C71y o~ Saturday ni',t JOHN RINGHAM TProp.
bvforo Comta ltsloar lPSganm r h ropr.,
aIpiearanes, I couat 00au. Staple Sea Island Cottoa will find Palatka, Fla.
Fatal Attemnpt t; Loop the Lpp. it to their interest to Commlu i- ar
SJu oo Fine Wines, Liquors and Beer.
mierman, the yWoug man who eNll while
n an au c the loo othe o cte with T C ANDBottle Beer a Specialty. Mail orders will have prompt
rarma hnildM last Thursday afternoon attention Ship ent made day order is received.
dle today, zutme ,man's siu wv BARKLEY COMPANY. Charles- Write for prices. Goods boxed if desired.
fractured and there, was no o oiat _
ary timo that he would eurvivae ,'Ti so11, S. *S ....._-_ _,_
Coroner wI investigate. ..ts. .
Tenneosee Bankhse1 Meet. Me m A Bo F.JORDAN
Chatanooga, Tenn... no i3.--P h t
thirteenth -annml o ton th SE E B A, ACC I
Tenaessee Banke-r' socilatioa will OIi E ,
nvene at the In whoae andetail o co INSU RANCE,
cot," have arii ad this exraw.tio LE
hmost oeisatt L QUORDEALER o
to te hiatow het orgenUots t io n ' w ......
Pmit atroyed By P ---r PO$TER BLOCK GAINED .LE
Gee 0 H.. June a3.-JTh p een p.. urto o Mo a Wk 4,
of the AMp i liAt Glaes ou Pour fxl pr aw d ou aR $4.20
t iuatAa loe, i. w d trop to -r.. ......

'l*..r ,o.. t i

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gistory a-- Appears Fromn the Red-
S i* Point of view.
SThe Ibo IA'side of any controversy
etw4eeon; i and the white man has
.evqr req1~, .V en presented at all. ills-
tWr h' 0 *,:l .tay been written frow
bthe *0'. standpontt and large-

Iy fromi ',i teports of commanding
BfferOi'l~ttrlly anxious to secure full All diseases of Kid neys,
credit for their gallantry or to conceal Aihnse hiar t i k C U
any wacakne eartDiseaseravel, l
ake s asn illustration the so called
"battle" of Wounded Knee. A ring Don't become discouraged. There is a
formed about the Indians, and after curefor you. If necessary write Dr. Fonner.
Ile hicApeit at. life tUae curt-tgJJolit StICId'
tltlmng 10most of -then, one nma& re- .,se 0,ou. Al coinita.tons Fre.
mistea, jand the troops -lbgtnu tirinal)- "'Dr. IFo mr's Kidney antd Bickacho ('uro
ward the center, killing ln mrly ill the is th caue' of iny ie-int alive to-day. I hald
iar. i s llrid g'r ol ly of kiulnoy (lisoa.so yor 'O a rt
Indialis and necessarily man ny of their Int'd rtt'd in weight to 120 pounds. I.nuw
own pen. The soldiers thtum followed weigh lIt) p-11,iods. a 0."d
tip fleeng women and children auld ,r IV. I'. 1. im *hot them down in cold blood. This i ) 50T .I \1 Drio"-'
not called a massacre in t1lp official re- S. US INCESunner. l'redouha.NY
ports. The press of the country did not -- --
call it S massacre. On tlhomlther hlid, 01L o
'General Custer was in pursuit of cer-
tain babhds of Sioux. He followed their
trail two days and finally overtooki t
and turprisod them iipon the Lttlie "For 1ir year I was a vietan of d-
Big' Illn. The warriors net hinti ill peptu in its worst totrni. I could tut Uiotlcing
force, and he was Ibeiton iat his own 1 O 1a to.t, aidl t iimei nysti owoulo
not rmeaiiml mind1. 1d tm (\ t Ls t March I
gtiine, It was a brillim t vi-tory for i ),,a-n talmtu Ci,%('AI CAL:TS and since then I
the, Indians, who (Custer lm(l taken .Vj ri.-dilv imt'oS. tN until I aim na well as I
at a disadvantage in tlie ni id.st of their A DAv)i fi. Mitruv,. Nowark, 0.
WO and clilfdrue. This battle goes
N- as the 'Ctster ss i CANSY
r-. dharies A. Immstini in CATHARTIC
Por. **____ ___ _ ,
o.Origiln of "6raat."
"The word 'eravat,' so il ( nimawliwlho I
makes neckwear, "citltic' into o 11I-
guage about 1636. 'm-Vat toi' ,
Sa feature of the uniform of tlih'' an Paintbl". rPtent. Tate Good. Do
trian caValry wias a vidle timit' Good, Never Simcinc. Weae. or raSe, loo, COsoo
coarse linen worn in folis around 'tl ... CURE CONSTIPATION.
aneck under the short hissar jacl k t rl lia d apan tencr I York. 3 11
This cavalry orgnlzation( was ..Iled l0 -T-BAO t pnrn. to' rg-
the Cravate, its nmenrlh.rs leing styled
tlie Cravates. L Ilter'. ill the sevenl- - ---
teenth century, France rect'-ruited I reg- ,. Mt AND WOMEN.
MPntof cavalry, (adopltinmm for it the Mr 'tE,, Usfo gifortrunnatnttal
Silorm of the Austrian rt'eginlllmit ii to 6n r (lteclii r nInM,-- rrtttaioni or' Ulieeallob!t
: ov. oatia, calling it thie Iloyr I ('cr-1i-mt es. ot to rt.l.i-t'-. of in Ut coua ntombrbtan .
time; i.i. t mau3 lmt 'r'vc,. i('at.. i*c1 PmintPalclN, mcld niot astrilu.
;;'-Later, In Elgland, the wVord ralat I IiTHEIVAHSCHEMICALIO. Crout or pinoiu. c-.
Iax applied to i necmk Ihitmllu'culief. i siNC;NKATlo Sold by Dregamita,
S"iiter the battle of Stcrn(, Irk l, lnt n-.Is.A. Or mim in plman wrappor,
.' iprom., prepI tdo 0lt
Sders, In 102. Enuglllsh otlhc-r.s Ir-ought $1.00.a )r3 bottleu .e .
home the 'steecnkirk,' :I long. lowin -ig
.t'eek scarf edged with ine Flilh ... .--..
,lt.lace, the ends o.f which w-cre' drawn r1'0 THE PUBLIC
Sthroutgh a bUlttonhole of enormous sizo. t P L
i4''Tho neckwear of today Is cl-arly trace- We, the undrrsigned, hereby agree
ble to the tetvenkirk' and tie 111icliti- to Ipay $1,0(0) to any manufacturer of
c'at:lonu it underweNt."-Washinlton paintL who can show, by similar tests,
Star. arny paint standing upon any metal
lei Se surface as perfectly and for so lung a.
f.'4 Ilnwellling siteo. ao
The people of Tupuselei have no need tine as our .
Y to travel far when they want to take l (IAI'IIITE ELASTIC PAINT.
salt water bath. The town is built on We guarantee GRAPHITE ELAS-
piles which have been driven Into a TIC paint to contain no tar, rosin, as-
o,ibm.enr-ed cor-al roef situated far out plialtumn or any of the products 4of

In the Torres strait to the south of
New Guinea. )Opposite this extraordi-
nary settlement on th(e cmilnland is as-ll
other village thint is p[erelhud high In
the air among tlIe gin; tlt ) palt tree*
with which tli, I onast Is frlniged. The
object of hot h com(nmniitiieis in chIoonsng
these curious Hit(s for theti-r dwelling's
is Identical. They rI iv- to m assure
themselves aglinist leiiig surprised by
their niit'io 1 -mi!os', tuc'1 especial-
Sly they seek safety frmzn tlie prowling
)Dyak head hnii'ers.
A Bird Thni [a ireared.

petroleunm, anud when applied to any
surface according to our directions to
wear perfectly for a period of five
years, and we agree to furnish, free of
charge, all paint nccessary to repaint
any surface where it haa proved do-
fective. Signed,
The National Paint and Varnish Co.,
Cleveland, Ohio. U. 8. A.
We take pleasure in announcing that
we have secured control for Alachus
county for the sale of thle celebrated
GRAitITE L EI 4ASTIO (generally
iknotwn tas UncIiilet ain nalt. Thb





Jacksonville. - Floridat

182 W. Forsyth st., Jac
Opposite Poston
Best, dining place iA
Winves, Liquorm azdCigs
---- ,, -------------- -,--...""A-

iksonville, Fla.
i city. Fine
ri n.

Sl-221 W. lay St.. Jacksonville,
Faust beer, hottle and drauglrt. Don't
fail to call on me, when in Jack onville
Visit the-
The bet IAqtors i the city. nter-
tahnent 'every night at Roof Garden



U. A Patinmrt. lonee and Manaterw
O- lnee tile Fiornda,

l the Olrotlt Co(utt. ifth J1Uaoisi Citrcuit.
Ala st n COoupt. ohw ridale o'rhuiry.
MOT 01 AtXhW ilipY hrl: I 'u~a

Tsrasxr is O.AE.eDs

DR. UH. A LD41 N.
[Suooeusor tosQItlsl4 Aldermani
Over Dutton & Co's Bai, Gainesville
Special attention to Crown and Bridge work.
Phono 70-8

Graduate Baltimore College Dentali Surgery
FIve years' experlenoe i: New York City.
Crown, Bridge work and FllInng Specialties.
Aalh WOSK GoursANTREo. *
V AlNWnrvI.slLOKmloA.
Deal&r lft roa.tta Thoroughly posted
w*(h every seotion of land in Aluchua county..
Ootrcsvoudence solicited,
and Made flew.
We buy or sell ftcniture. or can contract
with you on tho commission busis. Patroname
solicited aund satsfaction always.

COMPANY, New York.

SPullman C ras
S All Traln.

W E.


Dining Car
W ilrk eSM. *.
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The elster (I'4' li1111ttu1 Is a bir paint has the highest etb~sdrmerepts for Williato0 trt VwAlauayV1iixs1w4 Y 11, Pill
hat Is respected iti feared through- tin and iron roofs and all exposed fo vort .
l German; It 1loIIfng to th metal. a aMid4i r t *iP ate#4l to h .... . .
S9he atd h1 1 i alol tIi. size of a T. F. THOMAS. Il A CO., szGe O.M t atnI T. n a u 1 a
se, With black andi witdte feithers (al5 p HMleIlt l p ori .t 0 .,to a4 tha ab
n inl, It buils Itsa w .. .. ate m .
It in orchnrds, nld Its life Is sacred. I eore. s 1 si
Itte s IIn sucecssfl: tl tt l be a
Sts hom u m i n t iaee to, tsh,
mr'stg A of ti' tht bo*u 4I 1 1 oi. r GAINES ILLE LL.
.a - <, .*. r is f n z -t i.t n1 b ..." = .- :
givesl, it ).'ul^lCr (ry the sick per- j .j 4h1T itn8i wstto.pt J.ew._. .......... ,
tai tihe p:tti.lit an1y rweover. It I 0 ..O
nter for t It" 'k $'foi) If the bIr Utrn^ Cort TA N
tio by ctlare one Of t tmk" r bVuu I s ol l OCi.qoINTOle

It Is a sign of bad luck 1to the owr 1W.-- JU; otiurull C rcuit,
1of the property where it was found. c. h o s',# -1aw I b ary.
bir t in a valpbte insect o estro. r n. Ihsr
nsatcnMt for e tear it occasion. tLure, Stve, fle.. Do enu b aMrT. .nda to Use
of thel rmtl r. *Q..% a o, ited sst 1 a0 M ar
uestic ^ ewing ainuf, etc t W, e w;1xp
.... . I i < .%-* .. -.

p411 out his tull fntbcrs, nad 1,1st c+ 4 0.1111 1 q
^^,bjui;^?M.iS, f l ..

ta be finds the. glored of bIh 1 4 ano
d f or e *wcnn Abe lit- reeg, .. cAlito 4foi qarr co4 n

fl $a1UtreI, 19 b ,all,.y: CALIFORNIA AID RETURN '"%0", '. #@,*' all quart: 8
o] a Cn, it t. A -.u.3. of. .e f-ll .u-j u
Ia (Int M 12 buld l toju thu*t r JI
e- d Ole S-A.WW I wh or tI.. .o... t*u.,id ui0aia ob12 ful qt ir

:oPs n*Stnwubvatnd ado Gaie nwillenonalJuly $1o j(tl p" 5iat)
p..rerq ..s 0. "'1. , I... ^ O fl r

Ans Es willaisOu s, $ -wii retreb

Ito mum t y W1 p lt e w
pl yoo anI p

To JACf, ...-...
and the EAST. HOT SPRINGS, N. C.
The NORTH and WEST... .., "The Sapphire Country."

. , ):. ,, : ,

OtUTatIaIRN RAtILWAY H. P. CARY. DmtrlcI Passonjr Agent.
i0o W. Bay StrMt, "jA BO SVitu.,. rfA.
W. A. TodKP.T.. WWhinsWton.-, C. H. AnowicV A. OP. AA, Wash.inton,D. C.
W (.H.TAim . A. .P.A., Atlte.ta. Ca

",I i ." ^ -", 1 1 i. - .... .... . il .. .



or "IAag. que* pad

,Levy evsrteod' yesterday

'.'4 o itlsyw

d H1 of Pg. phain.o
/Wt irsoi tt,4,Daiyesed o

101t4C of Pen inebaei.

a tall k d4 of
inet to The

I -A.o dan Ath h thOen
Wa g$dOea, Is- hs
Iitk at nnenh0n wlb the
%9^oce',, -^
, X 1l T^NI^et* ol th

bait 0 a ,wi Tt Be fate

no: as POOy of .,pa ', M
riTfl OsiOtis street, o f the

itwiO stC, to the dsrinllow
p*, 40$ West ralas-etieet N. i
hil^as Matty4a^ost;,a left yesterday

)Aos a- the gPest ofthe familS of Mrs

Wei Ohft!ln hold Its ftl
t oflThlA 14 wf edsa W1of
tote I* l l i'lad' rdially
at io '"lAo),e,,. are 'notlny
P M- ^-::*1 ^***. :'
L: 0. Mo, rliek'0 on.e of the en.er.a
itng m +eohtih e ot Wall stores, o ab*
sit i 'Olay ti t, wh0reW io s enr.-
ylng a fishing l~p of sev'oal. days.
iinrtg hitsbsenee his family a'e %i1it-
grlndtti and relatives at. tawl ey,
f 0irs. Ed Slaiugter, formerly of t his
"it bJnow of Ti:tna, t .n a brief
silt te rpareits, Mr; anid 3rs. A. It.
It'ggs. She experts to manlte her de-
inre in a day or two for Washing-
, whore she w.~l spend the summer r.
w tleiatt tit4 olty. plround has bee'b
fitod the otinlrs are doing their
pe to 'ep th(e bows ftoa W teaming
breet!. lard'ly a a'.'1ases'" now
*it seevera hd trc int ound d
cty6 o asttreas r.. 4 tly enriched.
i J. W. Quarter, one of the enter-'
o"ttmH~nt of Micaenopy wa
|iiters to i.t.anesvile Tues-
Ila at pbres ons engaged in a
>ntracot for -.etting out .:hard
*1l1 keep him busy h'r the
al months, "


l t nvest Oty Sap n Kallleda ODuhhill and
; ,.I [i',,~ re4 l ivet y Is iFned by .Justiee.1

i_6._ _ebr osbe t 0i tIbu his donghiln will bring

*tpt;y 0t w eamtly G. rpeormsoa ri.'. Ma .. .h ..i. o are i,,.n' g ier ge, tiSapt on h a garden in" the
o .th free., Applyt rowt h i- OL ,b 1 wiltl b her o tbio i6ei iFrog Aljey. Notwithsta d-

ttwo af t of keerale Oyl on b frd c en e viss t a roertaio thpto n tao gon-*
oK. r-obineoi b rothper ....'to our rt ofvnb~fc onet, eo x oe b6 thi a be has .repeatedly told Loin
s tWosuman, Wo Gee. G O, ob or i.s ofLte mafor ynife s ted r ht w in rto ntkeephe ch.lickens out of. the

D. Sa.i^gler, for miany years ois of the wor0 s would be i domplted by July plc kl2^ e p hoicerhen, rw w
t d ,ia t to hispr otyhcitr d Will' 1ad dirdio uIgr tly "arl rdlent tt til hey were destroying bhi's
y vegetabi's itappears theat h ck.

do, bt now ofStays. the rn esforPhton. : an oe a tha
Sof ood mto aiev citye ye- ren viiso ase rai h ens,fnd of the juicy antaloupe, o
T 1 MI wrk f Alachuares t.w ak ,hu -bb, nho, with Po -oases Ar. tnued ost ea ime. e
aeth tf reoGnes. l yo p tige of thu re tr -progrealis- Saption, son on the garden-
ol -.i.el St., grdin
dr,' .g, a asprformed enyageterday n bond or appeanog.te the boy aut of the
, g omany years on of t he moorkt pro A pendid epletedbyuly plcerklofed a choice he w

tl. in th aetn yNeura ou pains, d he atim, lb- yer he ae, with
6 t. 16etterprn hisnizs of e bal go and ee ati greatly pyeld a t theo ested .pon a c iarge prefer gre-
doty. b4 it bow Of'tarke, was at and pet hformato infle of a L,4e owner of the hil maken,, ad

gate down toii0by the Buore between anowt tment. Is te -anesmong the
n^bet' ofvltoirf to iGainesvll e yes- Mr. Perig a w pn personal friend artai:ge i J Cona
.T." ofar owed to eW. Robplron and rHenry yesterday mornifagged ot, lntleBo and
P.ayre Hag of' Aladirch was S. Chubb who,. with P nast, Ar and coetsbias impoed
tog 0heitos to Gainevylle d nowy e enths over th ion did not e the desion of
Ss at reent engaged in pe s of th re"dvllye ry ,.ySt. .' ec f ourtnd made a n eeded thaappal,tgiving
4 arid ha one of.t....os pros-r g"d 'e i + .....bond for appearance of the boy at the
[swaW4 hia section sinethe most Pros sAplendid 'edy.hi petit ake

I 0061W 440 .11. tha t1 ;e btin a *die ori, org th bowels
Aa1 I ehertie hr eurai pai hema lu. ,ar'onAi i: er itnfthe case, with
m. ionnof a isIntheU goa .selati P il ield the tfI.ert .exi e, wi aggre-
iy toeSLa oabailt .,n nstast :and penetritting infltiene '. of Balards Uot,*650,,W ih, will make a
q.a ottoW sl the ore. between Snow. itm ent. h tera .... .. . pa1e nexp vermilv iketn,
n a Gainesville r ohichlooked nerves aiid bo Pe, arn g a for osb .. e e r
l4 t M i thegame yesterday. insao theablood. it s hea ,i ng '.,.e K ot .Wether "I have s es.
are conveyed-'to every partofthbo --f-, feel .fagged out, listless and
Ju WA ,Strickland, Justice Of and effect so.me woindcrfl'P c e iU hi energy, you are perhaps
4 p r the Hague district, was DP, Mo.ore, ue.:'r itn r0 "
Rajb i s tos t he ity-Taosday. -way ,Miinu,,.dsihat ene bil5t ting efeets
ya 10 the crops hmve greatly nowtI1d'e S ., ior eather. Theesmptofi
Tet tehis since -the is bac~t nita .a tonfe Is needed that
sr fa Yi L: apendid 4d J W : i create :a .heaPth s I.ippntite,, make
c.. .'ot 'do withOut o. 00:
,.~l teth etndf *$1,0Qt Json sm.. digeetion-perfeti, regAl6te the bowels
"l" -, ..... .. an ..impaet.s natural activity 'to the
the of the family itota. 4onie1 laataveand +e~towafve, U.3.
jog iAt pn anild by.her, ehildr -On, Lad.-Office.Preparing for Qios'.f e rPAdVIe Hotel,

They will be o.absent for a few days,
There wIll be an interesting rneeting
4tie P.O 8.;i of A. at kr oanAyp
rooni over Brooinme's stor i (tklht fat
7i:80. A flrl atisendance is d[idsred, as
'the electiat ."ofofters will occur.
' .... ooup,. ,,w, W. L. D)S~eM, Seo,
T.he At0A1014 Cow Linst). ett ployee
weremi iehaity:Mof:nday, v others for
,preleting: i iav beiI reetv d.-
There is pali here monthly by this great
system tihousapt8s"f dollars, which ia
dsrtribukte, -mihng nthe viois bul.-
its wmen, 1tel} and boarduig houses,
T. t1. Carpenter, one of the cflelunt:
engineers of the A. C. L., was meeting
his many friends in Galteievillo yeos
terday.. Fu.r many y.etr he r tw was a tesi:
dent of this city and is well known
here. He Is at present running on t-ie
West Coast division' pr tithi popular
Mrs. J. M, Rivers and children de-
parted yesterday for Santa FLo, where
they go to be present at the reunion
of the Fauteh fmtily,whiich happy event
will transpire at the home of the aged
couple todny. Before returning to the
city Mrs. Rivor @ will spend several
days visiting her parents, Capt. and
Mrs.W. M. Blitch.

.Timre was a lively
day morning on Wea
when a team. belongil
wards betoamo frighten
ii front of the Brown
a dash up the street
four blohk-i. -No da
however at the drive
well under control.
f~ha b thailI&I iRI Shnti

11'.;,' .+ . . . . 5 O ,w n
O wesn coipOCd -on tme. Tblets ar j ut- what
i-g# tW. 1'. Carter, whioh is you have no at petit
~t On thie 10pg lot- in East eating and wae w
hen eon-iiiompleted it w.i- o r sn
bUilding and in k,.'- tapomdab ande g
-it munibetr of hanid- o .-Xa ,or al
bs .thiat seetloni n, -
h ig;.: hly respected I
T'o 10 'ii ; thas. raided i c
SWr*trrtha' halt ,0 "" ,
,. .aind was bur o. rt- rk --
Stpowe the r -r-
Whliteo mnanyf' SfL ; 2 ,' at i
a-l t t . It is : ;ort, U to
t kI' Ih t t,. "

'" the atn 'a ',

'oh *ocawne l at
:t lan today. i
t'i gait
.(i. m 1.7^B
*1' Oui~B^

it Ma.t street,
ng to ). Ed-
.ied: at th t 5iAin
House and ih mo
Srtunning, about
mage w" donei
r had the a4.mala

tach ,ad Liver
jt whaeitn
.ie dtil alter
ey Will tImProvte
i, i a tti .wl.

6 t rme is
I thcuak

lost -*,teA
4 tha
Rt dt ,.~t+;aitoll

Tia being the end of the flecal e-r
the r United States land .of-
flee has been busy for severaidays pre-
paring the reports. '- .
Chief Olerk Lynch states that the
year whieh will come to a close on July
1, w]il have bern .one of the mot
profitable -for years. A synopsis, of
tehe business wil be published as soon
as submitted. -
The terms of the clerks will expire
on Jtily 1, but inasmuch as theap-
poin.tments are made annually no ohe:
is trembling with fear of losing their-
posialtion. The force if a n most compe-
tent -one, and .Regis er Robinson attd
Receier Ohubb have mrnmnytimeB ecom-
plimented them. -
Fight Will be Bitter.
Those. who will persist' in ieloing'
their, oars- against the continual ,roe-
ommendation ef Dr. King's New Di)i-
covery for consumnpllon,, witl have a
long and bitter fight with their tromu-
bles, if not end d earlierby fatal ter-
mination. Road what T. R, Ieall ofr
Becall, Miss., has to say: "Last fall
-my wife had every symptom of con '
saumption, Sh0 took Dr, King'( New'

Discovery after everything else had-
failed. Improvenient caine at o4e.
'and four bottles entirely cured her."
(Maranteed b all drug ets. Pri-ce
6iOo an&. t T yttles, :; .. "

Pleljiin+ary Exfamwtation eo:re: Judge6
Mason Tuhstlda Morning
Thie preliminary exsia ptiot of Rev.
i). H,.Halleh rgt4 with 5pefltig tis..
key without 1Ule i, was '.ard beif0
Onnty Jud go e Mason at : h t ye
to tay morin .
Afer hIearing the- e~i'. ei ce i .
oase the .~efientant w e bot k ver, ts
await the aetHn of s(ie oiesItetteou$ to
the s ur of &0 ':;' : ':" "
Cons5Iiteld Sowels*
To have ooohea X, the dy: should
be kept i.Ln a .-)xtiiivBmiton sq4
tis owels moved at leat oae a day,
Sthat'i all tt :.";w"s T o
1ex alai i :.. ..
writes: "Ii eo'ed ebhns1 *g
litwthe liver *t" bOwlelt tor the pst.

Wilt Re"l'it in Pt'. rebtW*
I)r, V.W V ittse. or th* past t-
ye-a n the ; We ,t 4 C:". ath
Wallaeo position with W*4 A.Mo a 4sog'
sat I'atwesrtss .wt. 4.is
for -hise 4-l.... Tueta-y. iI
thoir v.ournA i this ity olr. 'A
and bit estitabtle wit amade alHy
frleldsX, who w ll e e4eigly Bgr t
their ieparWure. MiSe. Whit wil
main here rNso t sy da,. p.. Aig
the arrangoueaftao4 ,tt .oat e

Outs, Bruisel awid Russ Qickt

nphting on earth can beat it, It was
,r.ommended to me by Dr. Newton,
Newton, Kan." 50e at Johnen Brnos.
- Here to Inspect Land Office.
SGovernor Andrew H. Burke, inspea-
tor (f the United States land and
of 'he surveyor generals offleas, ar-
rived. In the city last night for the per-
poe ot lispectirg the land office at
governorr Burke has had a very ro-
niantio .1-fe, in fact his h'ptory reads-
like fiction. From an orphan wa il
selling newspapers in New York City
he be ariie president of a bank, and
finally governor of North Dakota. His
success in life has been brilliant and
has attracted wide attention through-
'out the United States.

Revolution Imminent.
A sure sign of approaching revolt
and serious trouble, in your system is
nervousness, sleeplessness or stomach
upsett. Electric Bitters will quickly
disielmaber the troublesomee causes.
It never fails to tone the stomach,
regulate the liver, and clarify the
loo4, Ruan down systems benefit par-
tiecularly and all the usual a4ttetding
abhea vanish under its searching and
thorough effectiveness. OElectric' Bit-
tern is only 500, and that is returned it
it donIn't .gtve- perfect satisfaction.
arantyeed by all druggists. "
Mirried- In Chlcago.
Cards hve been reoeivedt in this city
a inounlg th:*, marriage. of ..Mrs.
AltH risiono to Mt. iSanborn,. which
bappyr ,e .en occurred ,on Saturday.
*Tle asi*froge wa, solemnized in
foagth om0e 0f the groom, and
wll le a gat surprise to the *many
f d f the contracting parties,
lihare wll snd favorably known la
tim 1, MrH..artrhoas having. re-
ei|edjiir.or a| iagge number of years,
whAlAe s oom has spent hli winter
l sO atineaville for many sea-

aterestwi, to Asthma Sufferers.
S anlp ke 6f of Ottewrvtd 4 Iowa,
'Wtifsc I have had- .thna. for" three
t fouir yeariand hae tried about all
the ~wtgh a*td asthma ures i' t. th
tatkeit/.d 'ihar received trtmeni
ts .physiola.s W in ew. York 'ait
other ottiee, but got very little beineft
t tried .oleyrf* Hone. ad l' sr
wh*aich 'me immediate relief and I
wit never be wttu i. tn i,. hiouso
S ioer eomtmend It to al to

ehos. where l"ts nigh" they assiste.
the Msonit fraternity of that place it
onferring some degree work.
After the ceremzoey Ue crowd we
t0"test s retal spread by the Mason
I- A he .taalettlea .

me..a..h...4 *e. ta 9xpen

([jmporters' 69mple
Choice. 15. each. ctal
25c 'to 5 h.:

eoady to hang at 00
$1.75 and $2.50.
LadI' Lace 1H 088 at I c 19a
25c and 50c,

In short lengths and remnentHa
all sorts Of Summer 0oo0d



Full line ofFINE OA$
K E T S, C F FIN ,
ROBES, etc. All furer-: ,
al supplies up to date.
Hearse 'and catrrtiages:'.
futlrnished when desiredd, : _,

Personal attention .'to'
all businesdain.this :li|_
----Qrders by mail or
graphl promptly attend|
ed to.


(113 E. UNION ST.)

Special Reductions n

grades while the cards last

Will for the present, or until the soon
opens up again at Gainesvile, nmake
cut prices as follows, ship frfu Oclne I
f41 qul t;rim LoLurel Valley C #..;:' .
4 1ull qiarta old full. proof 0okii. .
full ti ,ttl, i b ploma.. ... .. 3 .
full eie Mpia.. 12 hottle.. 80
; 4 fulA boitwlt wick Olub.. 4
I ful e Psi* wlek .Oub ...-..;ia4
S eWny XXX ;ognae Bdo y r3
B udweir Bekr, per barrel. ..
Gin. 0C10, )te or l
'*l.75, -, : *.an *6 per
Club in and soe p hin our e

utintit 1 open op aBpfc a- il le.
Cah must aecomp oe, for I
can't afford to charge $ ... t ow
r icr$ offered, Or." <*r4 Y **. ,* J1 li Ei>WA ata t :-h. **..




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