Group Title: Gainesville daily sun.
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Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Publication Date: July 19, 1903
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01922
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IFELIORATION IN HIS CONDITION

the Throe.e of Death Pope Leo Still


owWs Remarkable


lans Think He May
ly, for Many Days.


Powers-Physl.


Live, PoseI.


omne, July 18.-The pope's condl-
ih this afternoon shows some rme-
ration. The llquldatlop in the pleu-
has not contlnmed to rise and the
ctors have decided further to post-
FUC the operations.
Dur ing the night, as well Ia through-
t trie morning, the pope continued
liner &nd his breathing was better.
bile ho des not want any one con-
intly in to dooim, the pontiff rings


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doubt his desire
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meat brbth, alter
onuils of gelatine.
scarce, amounting
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asleep


e dead. I
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iually appears to retain life only
.his brilliant, black eyes, though he
ovorod the lucldity o f his mind
S ntIlnlfg and gave fresh proof
khs wonderful mmnory, Baying:
ITTod(,y Is the fete of St. ILeo. I
ITANer felled to Assist at mass
te, wlhqit almost a uoy, I. came to
me to partlclpate In the JubIIe of
10 XII. I wish to hoar mass today.,
Ti" r;ontlff's desire was lmniedilte-
Sg'utitlflod by Mgr. Marzollnl cele-
rnaling inaass, as he (lid yesterday, in
le chapel adjoinIlng the sick roomri
The pope ufndgrastands the gravity
r lIlns condition anti says ho Is ready
) tilt, but he does not realize the
twuiuLence of his danger as again


MANY

Haslip's


Savau
lip). the


DIGGING FOR TREASURE. ,

Visit Caustils Wholesale 0elv.-
ing on Warsaw Island. '
nah, Oaft., July 18S.-W. H. Has-
IhilaIdelphlia treasure seek-'


r U f : i[ .r..

DERF'U.L VITAL


ROMAN PONW'


Leo XII's Stiong


GIVES $50,000 TO CHARITY.

Captain John Flannery, of Savannah,
Makes Liberal Donations.
Savannah, Ga,, July 18i--A fund of
$50.000 has been set asid(le by Oaptain
Jolhn liasinery, uone of Savannah's
wealthiest banker, for the bencifit of
five (eorglgi charitable, inltitutlons.
They arc to gt tlhe money at once.
IBishop Keiloy. of tho Catholic diocese
or Savannah, will inmanage thoe fund In
coiiuiej&tIon with a l)oard conalsting
of two pronitnent Catholics of Savan'
nah.I
Captain F'lannory Pa ipresillont of the
Southern flank of the State of GCoor-
,gla and head of the- John Flannwry
compliany, cotton factors. Two of the
local charities knv)wn to be beneficia-
rice of the trust arce the home for
the nged1 and St. Marys Orphans' home,
while It is believed that the St. Jo-
eiph's orphanage at Washington will
also slharu th frlndl,


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IARLOW SLAIN BY $1MS.

I Shooting Said to Have Resulted
From Offensive Remarks.
Idosta, Ga., July 18.--Miket Sims.
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PIRACY .AGAINST"


PORTUGUESE KINC

bl Made to Overthrow
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the Dynasty,

PROMINENT OFFICERS ARRESTIOD


They Will Be
Instigators


iId by Courtmartil
l4~iod by Courtmar~tlal.


Were


Officers of the


Fifth Portugue'se Irfantry Who Had
Been Cashiered.

Aeriun, July s18.--A dispatch to The
Cologne Ganetto frou Lisabn Bays thI
sI number of officers o the Fifth Portu-
iuecie infa.Qtry havo been arrested on
the charge o oeoapfrlng against Kaing
Charles. -They will be triud by. court
Srmartlal.
Susplelona or a widespread conaptir
arcy against the dyMalty have beon
entertaineld for some tIn, J the Instl-'
guLtors being (ifftcerF who were cash-
lered toine tinio ago.. Other yrgl.
inents are said to be affoiuted.


EPWORTH LEAGUERS.

Interest Grows In Grat Meeting


Held


at Detroit.


SDetroit, NMIci.. July 18---eoglnting
with a watch sorvickm at 6:"30 o'clock
his m)rniuilg, today's prc;gm for the
)IJpworth Loaguors who are attending
thie slxth Internatlonal milmventlon ot
Sthe lIagui. compriSQd 12 Imeetings
Siing. the day and eveilii. Despite
tLe early hour there wa.s a good at-
tendanzce at the morning "atchl, which
Swat; ureitsdud over by Itwv. S* B.


Towne, of 0
Central M. E.
SAt 9 o'clock
fere ices boga
res t or the in
spiritual worn
Church, missih
literary world
thle juiilor cor
Kerzl., of To
on "Tho Pro
Sanid nlirl lt
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reeucastlo, I ril., In the

SrouT dpaPirttmental con-
Ln, whfch Ifl('t llUle4 the
iot itng. $i 3 were oni
k In the (C'ntril M. E.
cmary wOrt, Juulo-orrkl,
and so lal work. At
iferenites 1Rev., A. r. M.c
rmnto, hjtliI Iln ilt Rpaper
bl1cn of our ig Boys
hat ie favored having
a in nepiato ClaHsse In
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JULY 1T9, 11093
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GEORGIA LEGISLATURM. ,

*Sona Take Up Dlmceussltm of onvtft
Lease Questlon,.


Atlanta. July 18.-Distcussi.on of I
convict qiuttkimi waL Loptied up Il 1
houso yestedtlay,i on) titn bill by I
Welder,, of Ililibb. providingg for any
the counties t f the stato thtt dt4
to do so. to wnrk their convlcts


er, has gouc back to Warsaw island.
He Is still bent on finding the gold
and silver that were burled on the
Island in 1863 by Amos Berrlen. the
fltist mate of the blockade runner, Lucy
Verne, who on his death bed revealed
the secret to Haslip and gave him a
map drtwi, on an old drumhead pur-
portling t( show the exact spot where
the treasure was I)rled.
l' Betr1 lls del)artutire Haslip) declar-
ed that he had found the exact spot.
He tLok with him a lumber of ean-
vass hags. which he had made for the
convenient transportation of the treas-
utire, The newspapers have apprilsed
themin of the object of IHaslip"s search
and without maps to guide them they
are seeking to make the discovery be-
fore lie does.


the
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.iiu Inm LIniIIU'liutv UL IrimiI'Iu sMIrBIs 1U
SHart eIunty.
Thie h uine. bill cif Mr. ir'lqh, of il
Sminer, to incorimprato tie town of Rant
Ellijy, was paiied@I by tihe oiate.
Th ie c('onlltftoi n i iducaottlon repwt.
ed %Ulversoly the bill of NlM vsrs. Strnd
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tue pUbJiC' ruailds. T'zte wau e io)u
Bidoraiblt itistctls4Olxi.
Malny aimxt idmonts were offerl t(i
the bill. aio th ihPm beitnIg ont.i cO-
I Blderod of mueh tliIpl)ortaniee, providiting
That the revetmnoe drlvod from uch
Convicts its arp loaed Hitall bo distrilb.
uted to th')1i o(onttlet which do not
I work their own rorvicl ta. This was
i by Mr.V Womhilit, llpson.
| After r t dubato wicten consumed ira .-
Stclallty all of yistolay'ms meioi *eouato jpahled the bill of Seuatoi LbA.
viyla providing that corporatlouma comn
Ing under their operatIons ot tho frau-
chi0 tax laws sallh In making. the
plymnenits roqulred by the atate law,
Sbe given credit for such sums Ms they
,ire, unloer oximting arrangements or
agreeuj4.entv Vn(Ow paying each year to
the inifelcipalltlee within whtch thoy
operate e.
SWhile thin bill only effects Atltiti
and perhaps two or throe other eltl I n thie stao It IH goneiral Ik Its terli .,
SThe o)jtc(t aimedi at. as explained by
tho promoters of tho ntmimure, Is to
Sprovidoe for oulti.tty o(r franchlas taxa*
'ti< and l wbich woiltid renultl unrn.s wome s '
Bill a1 ttilH werei. a ed.p 1(1.
ThIo following sotito bills we01a
Sed by tbo Honatl:
By Sonator Conmis-To *itI
the jRStI" of lhodile by the cou
i Pleo'rr, for Khool purporse. .
i 'liy FouatIOr (2oman---To oatahibi
Iyst -nm or jiublic (1hooli. In Ple
county. H
I fy Senator Swoat-To crate a nle
; chart.or for Nichols, Cofftoo county,
SfBy Senatonr Skelton-To prohibit
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W .IL-r*. yE t FREIGHTS
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cksonvt ie Q...41l to 'Become a Deep,
ateor "Pol Product of Outh
Ron WhF ^yv81, hi Transported to
h' SOwn Lines.
a W. ^ppwh:reontly acquired,
Ithe Ih nt tt t atton Pos-
te Comt!flAY, .4he Jaciksonville and
"uth*CltOW t*$lroad, one of the best
ying rogojn thea State considering
length. -o'd4eMined yesterday to a
reniarkS 8g the intentions
the ComPUP.Y
.he iacl]Otl.le ,.and Southwestern
tends fropi;Mksonville to Newberry,
Ki"tane o0f QVfbQ eighty-five miles.
was eonsttr sted by the Otmnmmer
mber Colpir y and traverses the
Fiber aad pbpsphaboe lands of the
miners In speaking of the pur-
see, Mrt OhiaI4:
!'the impression seems to have pre-
iiled thatr'P the D tton Phosphate
S-mpany Wa'#ifng into the railroad
siless, but th. a is wrong. I am
are that all kinds of rumors were
oat as to heilntentions- of our con)-
ny to extend the road to the Suwan-
e river, pQaSeibly fartlier. I want to
Iy frankly that when we purchased
e road it waS,3ever with the inten-
giof exteilindh# the line, although I
Snot In a position to SAy what wo
ydo later.
i"We believe that Jacksonville has a
feat futtor8 stnd"that within thit next
0 years it will be a. deep-water port
*every sense of the word. Since the
lad extends through the country in
hict ouripIterests are located, it is
Irfectly uaatuorglthat we should pur-
use tlie+Jpocsonville, arid SoutLIwest-
II in order4Aogive u&" an outline for
*irojoan siiMpmeuts at tlie proper
1c0. xre have exceliezit duck facili-
Kkin Jackso.nvileo which we i.roposo
1enlarge when it becomes necessary.


'WVhien Jacksonville becomes a deep-
ter ijirt we oaii transport the pro-
e ct ucur mineix direct to the slip's
ILowr own line, 'hus having
t is a big item to us-the freights,
The road, which passes through a
osperous eCountry, is already self-
taining, consequently we can afford
hokd it without loss until the time
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WO SI W' perry indites Highly Apprai,
yP| 'ciated Letter.
There is not more genial lIidlor
I. in th broad universe than BW W. Sper.
Itt CO,. ry. proiritor of the *rluval Uotei,
oad. Jacksoilville, anid, judging (runt tlhe/


ollo0wig letter in answer to a request
from Mrs. J. F. McKinstry for a contri-
bution. t.o aid in the erection of ,the,
monunmet to the Confederate dead


which the ladies of Kirby Samih Cha.0p-
ter, U. 0 ,, have undertaken to erect
in this city, there is not a man ot more
patriotic or nobler eentimeints ;
Mrs. J. F. MoKnstpry, Jr.. Gainesvill.,

Dear Mrs. M6Kinstry :-rYour valued
flavor o J uno 2th I .should have 'been
acknowledged- weeks ago, had pot an
accident to my right hand prevented
me from doing so. I Inight have sent
you a typewritten letter, but it could
not have conveyed in its cold charac-
ters the sentiment one feels regarding
the subject matter; and now that I
am able to usIe my hfnd a little, it
gives me much pleasure to write you
and tliank you ror giving tue an oppora
tuznity to contribute, even though it be
inl a modest way, to the cause in which
the noble ladies of your chapter aro
enlgaged.
Though a Northern man by birth,
the South is my adopted. home. I am
in symnpathy with its traditions, it con-
victions, its struggles and hopes, its
past and its future, its people. Among
themin is my lot cast; with them I ex-.
pect to live, even to the last or my
days; and to them in unexaggerated
loyalty, do I pledge "my life, my for.*
tune, anid my sacred honor."
Your4 respectfully,
1B. W. SrEIly.
July 17, 1903.
Saved From Terrible Death.
'The family of Mrs. M, I.. l3obbitt of
Bargerton, Tenn., saw her dying and
were powerless to save her. Their miOS
skillful physicians and every remedy
9
us'+d, failed, while consumptiop was
slowly but surely taking her life. In
this terrible hour Dr. King's New ,Di-
coLvtry fur coiisuiiiptioit tiurired despair
izLto jev ?'lie first bottle brought imm
ntudiutc relief and itd continued use
ctuiplietcly cured her. It's the molt
certttizn tM1re in the world for all troat
anh lunIg tfrotibleS. itiarantited bot-
Lie.s 50c nnid $1. Trial bottle free at
alldrutggists.


Of Interest to Teachers.
TI) i)llowi;ng are the tei t books
(with pubttlishers and prices) wtielich
will be made the basis of the Iquestionl
for the regular uniform examinnatio,
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would shun it a Vhe 46the Tsproey. Not PntY the Pestoa who contracts
suffer .but the awtl tt is 'Lo ch4ldrcn, and t1e fearful we
,ad erflptina, weak eyeCa, ,JI.t..tother evidencen of poisoned blood
show thtse little innocents are sufkeiug the awful consequences of aome
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person afflicted wi this m iserAble .diee. There is danger evewa In dritiak
Inag from, the atpa wl,* or eating cut of the sawe tablewareb thI tayWO
and inhbcent men and women ha.ve. found to their sorrow, The vimr .
Conta ious B Clkd Poision is so i
powe.ul and penetratimng that BLOOnD t1 l t
within a short time After the' PL ,V. r PO UN I l
first little se appeaxs the wvliole ..-. . - . -
syste i Ieted w vey RESPECTER OF PERSONS
drop of 'blood in the.h b l 4. ,I . __ ____ .... ....
tainted. with the poison, tid the. '
skin i's sooz covered with a red rmh, iUce break out in the mouth and
throat, swellings appear in the tn, the hair and eyebrow fall out
and unless the nrava" of the dteaaef ar eclced at this stage, more
violent and dangerous *yptomsn appr in the. fbrnu of deep and offensive
bores, copper colored AJotchea, terrible pain iu bones and muscles, and
general breaking down of the System. _
S. S. S, isa specific for Contajiosius lood Poison and the only rnmedr
that antidotes this peculiar virus and, mu|. radical -,and complete cure of:.
the disease. Mercury and Potash hold.Il$4heck so long as the system I
under their influence, but wvhenrthe med4 left off the poison breaks out
again as bad or worse han ever.. B id l ato these minerals bring
on Rheumatism. and atoinac trouble o the woind, and frequently pro
duce bleeding and spoisrt Cess 6* the gnumas and decay of the teeth S.* .
cures Blood Poisonn A all stages .ad eCvn reached down to hereditary taints
. +.. mi..,... ...i .. an4t movess all trace of. the poison anw
. r^-^J I. flvn the victim from the pitiable conaue
| + t A.S-' l[ quenctsof this monster scourge, AsIonr
Y.^. l sI, <. .as a drop Of the virus is left in the bl oo,
/ V ,-'?i t "f olZ l tt i#t$h to break out, and there lesdatger
' 1 L^mm*P'^ I'"^^myJ of trapsukittiq, t!he disease to others,
S.^ v. S. S.S. Is'guarant'ed purely vegetable anw;
can be taken without any injurlouss effects to health, and an experience I.
nearly fifty years proved Ieyond doubt that it cures contagious Blood Poisomn
completely and pernanently. .Write tfor ur RHome Treatment. Book.'
which describes fully the different stages afd symptoms of the disease, *1*


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5^,-- * ward fr gowi becrime. Whe tobptiwhie wandcolrme<
p^'^ at ,1^ ,,ivt:n^ut ul. otews that inf ants b :lu gie Inad .yh eo 9~.afioldagetda
$^^ ro'ntrwt. arie cot wainrwnl longbtUIIOSSE4tOO% wisk wouldngt~erve *,flneflboremd ndhrI
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'"+ n4.d tS~s tt prs for de 4 r+,haenotand funihe$s tnom."zy=sttanxoun-- Thet Criminalue eLynched.
--#'th pr n"pR"Ik" of a ne"ro-" at hwoa i"op D"bIDMO Cru The negresl l1 i mr, a II thenegh
so*no i y teO l. I&iaSyhkenqvemththe were oonp. leralyecite.an

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o:. a 4peojilo,*WhOjSIIQ)IfbtotillIt2.infa0n4ts.wbteagwven"speset,.brooms
ptot 0an'~stow~doses,%rlenot Gjown t "rb#yngwas) systeamaticall h h
root b hsand' iklw,. whish., would serve' .,0
..otx4Ito REIDpu Io turn the rW4 Mho'ght .towd. useful
,s ta .lA have .4d n The w or w

been -a o :, ,rraie w] o', bedtahd iin a
..S- 0 tn e e e A l ast!u4zJon&..and ....one 'of... the-.tmoost. Orin._ .. ,. .. -
v.. +"l sHr~ n f.h ,t]on~.~ee. b/or.mriee Ing, on +she will~ ."'p oa au_
R.IP if ,' ba'nd .arewl huh r h
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id. : ., :,iward tor-jo-,b .W ,v|r --::+. -... tow~y b~.. w le a d e lr(
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~~i ..G..., ,. u1tvarsal .!n ete hI it edn Oe i-dgnatlon...
ted 4heSa to press for de"''e n~un~hstea Stmub+TeCrmnlLnhd
+:., ..., ,. b y . .. .. .-.-.., ..a. I o i. t h .,. .. ,
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Prhf'i: B 8tatte ,itiperintendent of alone, for S&. Luk.e says, "But Mary hundred outs were shown on th,
L1$ 1niwBruooa.,..-Hn.. f W. B. M. kepb all these tblng- 'and pondered of the dead negro, which prese
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thmIahrhear." l o'Mrylse t

" *'.obh t".txty, 4ibo ;has many But$WIether they were actual hap AVery oe C.
.ei.4s wh wouldbo peaed, at the penings or no Is quite Iimmaterial ., engine, a
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p0nutzitt to voWe for him ror Statet They are Instruetive In a beneficial ever- join od ad eryn
V everyalJoln-aehed andevery tier

lI eaeIt,,-",,, /- Way, and frequently valuable truth ractked with pain, writes 0. V
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','" Abe-." ..... .t ean. be imparted betIqter througRh nation ,i. a Joonotive flrman o

.Thore. I 4PSIdrabhW pollt!., tWlke, than In any otherr way. Probably linkton, Iowa. ,'I was weak ani
bIt j oltIanms;'na the there was never a book that taught without any appetite and all ru
eoo4 ba the peoptd 0 too more things todmoepope
dh nod4. to have pl A lmopir ttne, more people tha abot to give up, go
..i-"andhav:"" nodelre..,. .. t. P" ', and the fact that the ti of Electric Bitters, and atti
Stalked to them now, a year befr fbe are mot truo does not affect their a well a I ever di
hanai arv.Thaw have'.t "hA r"7 valeIn.thellhtet We would ad- tn. ,w itho WtI swIl i er nwn
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UNION SEA VIOE HELD TONIGHT

Special MuSIc by Choir of Holy Trinity
..OhurIcq,.. Crbraeing- Organ, Piano
and VioliM~-Seond Advents to Hold
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Service. In North Gainesville.
Services .t the -First Preabytprian
f, .
church this morning will be conducted
by the naetor,KRevThos. P. Piay p-re
service will begin at 10:30 o'clock, and
Mr. lay hg8s elected for his subject,
0"Love That Hopet.h All Things." lie
is earnest, pleasing And impressive
r an .
4 Ipeake iLaadwill no dQubt attract his
Sustual largecongregatioI today. There
i will be Sunday school at this church at
4 o'clock this afternoon, and this even-
. ing this church .will be used for a
union service, and the congregation of
all churches axnd public generally in-
vited. .
The mgrni8g ser ice at the First
SBaptist church will begin at 10:30,
When the pastor, Rev. J. B. IIolley.
Swill preach 'Oi n the subject, "Tihe
Straight Gate and the Shut Door."'
Sundaysachool'a the usual hour. No
evening service, account union service
.at First Preslbyterian church, to which
Sthe congregation i invited.
t Church of the Holy Triniity, ArchI
deacon Gray-. Holy coInintliioz at 7:30
a. i.; Sunday school at 9:45; Morn-
ing prayer .t and sermon at 10:80;
Subject, "The Best Work." Evening
prayer and address at 7:45 o'clock.
Subject, 'CJohn Wesley and 1IisQ
Work." Special music by the choir at
; both services. A cordial inivitatiou
extended to every one.
! iAt Kavanaugh Methodist church
,there will be Sunday-school at 9:30;
, reachingby the pastor, Rev. W. J.
Iparpenter, at 10:30 ; subject, "Tie
,inistry of Small Things." Meeting,
r!. Junior Epworth Liague at 3!


So'clock, and Senior Epworth League at
0 o'look. No evening service, but
II1ltregation is invited to the uiion
-rvice AtFiret, Presbytoripn churrlih.
The usual services will be conducted
at St. Patrick's Catholic church, Rev.
r. J. Lynch, at the regular hours.
Elder Johneon of Tampa, a Second
Advent divine of note, will preach at
North OGaineuvillo ht.xl this morning


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July 18.-A telegramin
hadilquTi'tere of the
.AWifny)tlve Engineers
today frcIm Winnipeg
hod(Ty of Grand Chief
o idropp)ed dead there
at ono cbe cmbalmn
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Informed


CREMATED.


Lost Their Lives In Fire That De.
stroyea Kansas Sanitariumrn.
Bionner Springs, Kans., July 18.-
Four persona lost their lives in a fire
which destroyedd the Bonner Springs


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Heart Failure Caased Death of Chipt
P. H. Arthur.
WInnipeg, Manitoba, July 1S-H' ar"
faillure. due 'to over emotion, was the
cause asstigge for the suddenr dextth
of Chief P. M. Arthur, of thw Brother-
hood of L)comNotive ngtneers lUllt
nghtbt.
"Out of the fullness of the heart the
mouth speak"1 were ,-the opening
words, of the last speech that Chie!
Arthur will ever deliver. The speak.
or then paused slightly, seemingly in
an effort to control his feelings. The
chairman ha(d Just presented him a
hcaitifiul floral engine. AAS the yen,
el'abl 1,-arier began the sentence, "i
want to say a. few thigs as it may be
Miy p)artilig words to niany of you.
his olriot(iOn sc.-,i(!d to be getting be.
yoti'i his control. Ills voice lowered
slightly, buit without losing It's clear.
fless, lbe (tonthi1lj.,
"' *i, ;:1t" heri('t) tonilit, no one can
toll v!lf' ---
At i \Iii\ pio)it, five nilMutes matter mid.
Ptiht, the su'ake r fell. Ladles pres-
Orit \\Pre tle first tEt titter a sign of
aharn. In an Inistant many bands
w%,i't i'iiktly to give assistance. Sev-
eriil 'rIsL(Id tfriwvard to sUt)port him.
I Dr. Ii .-A\thutr utrriedly ascended the
t iz s fu',iId tMr. Artlatir was carried ofA
t:1 plltorin. hlie doctor examined
th(- patients and protoinee( him de(ad.
II Heart fainire. du1o to over emotion, i
hk sail. An aff.cting scene followed
te iEh'tIor's aniiuo)tunc(om -t, .
ith e rin.cal will tke, Ilance at I
o cl(ck tills iifternool from the under-
talinIg0 rooms. The remains will be
taken to Cloveland(, 0,, for Interment.


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vel b)y his wife and( two
p B. Artliur anl Mrs. Sai
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ti~~ 4 q*oekersa
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SComn% WpoRt4 in one way
-e--ic:' 'Dhi aniA Missis-

sippi i*J 0Y$.--Oineinnati, 0.,
'1-1.1 . L, .. r '. ".. ,+.
Lou ftt vi m.d., Pa
; dU ib4 W OMio lT, St. Louis, Mo.,
4andpl .4 "' also in basing rates
-from $ hp ... V is enn. (tickets not to
I be'd 4 Msmphis proper), for
Spolints iv w inrthof the lI fe of the
SFrisco yztywr (Memphis to Kansas
i City), to the following points ina Flor-
ida, Geo ai; Ndrth and South Oar-
olina ar Alabapma located on this
system, pftoW which the company forms
: part ofN ain...thorized ticketing route,
p at following rates under conditions
named:* It
J Rate-Oneh0Klftof tlhe standard one-
Sway fare plus 1$2.00.
D Pates of sale-March 3 and 17, !903;
SApril 7 and21, 19083; May 5 and If
1903; June 2 and 16, 1903; July 7 aud
21, 1903; August 4 and 18, 1903; S; Sp-
Stember I and 15, IWOS; October 6 and
20, 1903; November S and 17, 1903.
i Limit -Continuous passage.
L Conuditions-Contract and each cou-
pon of tickets to be faced "second-
Sclass, pot good in parlor or sleeping
Scars. '
I Here srepome om f the staple crops of
\. the different sections of this territory :
!+, All vegetables and small fruits,
r peaches, peia, grapes, figs, oranges,
!pieappiea, gtapefruif, watermelons,
i citrus and other iruite, wheat, corn,
: oats and other grains, tobacco, cotton,
7 peanuL Mhay. rice.
The policy of the Atlantic Coast Line
" is to foster all developments aloiig its


line.
It claimlB that it is the greatest
trucking road in America, and it pro-
vides ever facility for getting farm,
garden ana orchard products to the
nortflternmarkets in the best possible
condition, in shortest time, and at luw-
e.at rates.
SIn no part of the country is there a
greaterabundance of game and fish
than ot this lixe.
Northern farmers are inviteil to
write for information in detail about
- .the territory of the Atlantic Coast


Cholera Infantum.
F~~ Cihoera-
This has long been regarded as one
of the most dangerous and fatal dis-
eases to which infants are subject. It
can be oured, however, when properly
treated. All that is necessary is to
gift Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy and castor oil, as
Aon.-aAt rI*Wt, ncInh hnt.tl4 and a cure


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KIDNEY and



Backaches
All cltsnueu of Kidneyg,
Sb~der, mr.Orcans Itw
A Is"O n
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op, Female Troublem. URE
I
Don't become dIscou raed. Thee 1is a
Cu.re or f oru It ecessary write lDr. J;rieanr
Hl 11as AptMnt it lifo time Curing just Bauck
,tu ti. Wyoto r. Alt conIaltationUa Fre,0
SI thad scoverorwso of kidney disaoe a rnd
r-. i :tisimi, i lcbIIrgig bloody )IUStPJ.
Su lfrtedht I tk'SO palt. My r wio Was serlouslv
atvi itttI wIth [.fvt'snit troubles. *r, FPtvtinvr r
iild1n y i ntl IttL(kZi-hoh Cture curtl ul but I1.
I M. WUEELER, Randolh, li. i'
nflr.rktt r_t.. ,.,.l. Ask fnr nook INik--Freo.
T VInTUS'DANC s,, t. C r, uI.atr, Pr
O.-ITUS UHUlCEFJner, FridoUth N.Y




BESTFORUTHE


BOWELS
fr you hnven'et a refgilar, healthy tnoTvenslt Of thf
tlo',IlfS t-v, ry d ny, you'e 11. 1 or will b. Keep yo10
bowtla on1n. anti o) we Itorc. In tlime hapkih of vyiL
Ireit4 -))t Otg, e ts.eLt nioat lt'rrert way of kovpling tho eowels
cutler Ud 4vanis to taiik o
S CANDY
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EAT -EM LIKE CANDY
Ploasant, I' aatable.4PoentU. Tisl*l 0ood. Do OoAd-
Mover Biekon, Weaken., or Orip. 10, 2, mt i64 eoentf
epr box. Write for froo aautjleI, and booklel; on
health, .;A4dromr ."
STKILlNXO 31XT y OflPyIPr. CHI VAOO N NW TORK.

KEEP YOUR BLOOO GLEAN

"j"() TlE PUBLIC.
We, the undersigned, hereby agree
to pay $,10JO to any mainutifacturer of
paint who can siow, by similar test.
any paint standing upon any metal
surface as perfectly and for so long a
tinte as Orl
GRAPHITE ELASTIC PAINT.
We guarantee GRAPHITE ELAS-
TrC paint to contain no tar, rosin as-
phaltuni or any of the products of
petroleum, and 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 necessary to repaint
any surface where it has proved de-
fective. Signed,I
The National Pajnt and Varnish Co.,
Cleveland, Ohio. U. S. A.


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?URNITURZ REP'AIRED
*and MA4e New.
LOOKING GLA SSES REh S I LV"-E f
We bury or sell Tirnilure, or can contract
with you on the oom0lIaWon tlaxLt. Patmnatre
soilclted and nalUm'tJaUon alwuvay
0OA. U. WxlnKi *AMV.ML T. SAIL YWIR


WALKER &


SHAYLOR


ATTORNEYS--A I-. V.,


Jacksonville,


tlInrids


4-s-02


CAFE BELVEDERE.,
vWM, SCHILL.LI'R loir'Luatuor,
182 W. Forsytfh st., Jacksonville, Fla
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FINE WI NIMS, LIQUOR)IS & CIGARS
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to ni V;. flay tt,.,= Jattksoonvile,"

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P 1wlth foyer gluts.
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,.:.;,0'attle i r; ve ry ie oit~'[f:.: Her friends !re glll4 to w,
r I r-I 2 u. p : . : ", 1".0' 4 .. . ... ,
!!ll,:,aoF'.;: 'mdi~bIo l. t Etrsris Opeva, Housel w M. toneewilliawss
sizs 'audW~des~~' tenzg~BenUt~t~mba~ emof ihe Qslnemville Ehe
Srii..." mress id4. '~ sale by asmoslatjon,. ., ': .- I. 'IIowpany.. departed.. yester.
it t &iz& o /~:I


i btoi 1446i'i,- 4001 tes, .re'latllj!'," 0 .:.194 qt.- -tetet,, i y.rsal1 It0* He-expqatsoonto make will epend a few days.
duse I .n .1 : .* '' -mice-p
W g,-.:," 'H e, Wsdn.s1 his 'homrand will erect a nice or A la- liver tt. Oh
A i.yei!r.^l ^, n eieoe there. : toath nLiver Ta iets
I"i M'tUGry, a '. MLdn, *i sueoe8fl trarack" grate tho Iioer aind t
4I.tJH R lhtkp, js in the lty, the or and plant* o Alaphuaw n t regulate e bowe and
P'I er n Fi p Al wag i In the aQ5r.&io. atk. For sa'le by a
bf r, ai rp. '. A. FQ .cIty you l0tevaay ion buBsneus connected and nedilne dealers.
.lilzl9 Tankerof ohee arwth trkoffe His Ho oor Judge Masoi
.'h ah\y -yj(an
.i&14 fi the ctt yeptery ard wll After a pleaat visit of several days issued a marriage license
tte;w days rwreylatvs rerein thisoiyLe guest o M. A. oley and Sarah PhillIj
1 t:, g.5 'te-Lot '100 feet ucreua, 6o- lobeols, Mrs. W. E. Dow has returned The Judge oomp]aLns of a
dwl, frult .trees a flower, toher omat. crease in the matrin ii
.ll ..-......-;vs'yle .f B in, ey terns, etnember the excursion to Tamnpa sines the war, weather sel
,.;:--I," .. .- ,- ".over ;hef Seaboard Air Line Wednes- There will be a amo ot
,.., S. O,-..teen ofMIano~py, a meme- da.,y n1 r'2 Fare, round trip -only bl pt
RA/,':;J,' ,". ;* -:. -- '. ---. =i. ** *' 4(.T_|.w UJ |j. ".?" Jki W"l ------. Va'rJ. -V"'llJ 1 baH-harf k o h next 'Thu -*krl da
e.tlielrm ot argraves 'Oteen, 92.2. 'iokets limited to three days ball .
or, I. bewen th Prin ew auyiarj aves-&, it
,l..etgre. opertOrS,"ws a but-nes COapt. J. W. Carter of Mloariopy ws e The game promi
*'Ar "I yceday. . amopg the vittor0tto thibs city yester/- w
I I'. Sheriff TlUman of Oampo days ..$0 reporfs business In the old to tO H Baseall
Vleon of the n6t ehient officers town. at a operative standstill Jui nt e .oe e
:1 ii,1iA nnniV tv' wiam *tIit.n, tnihl it I wane-o ers. eItv


L.pr r *.. l J r, a. nl

Lata;,1 Mft8
ted matter _. .
,. '.. : *. .. .. .. .; . : ' .":. Q ;l
.4 Celsbrat

n4. '. . I v ; l w a
#y4 tOrdfl.h b
rtod fl jl Qt 9
day pji
,1 MeOroark p. a-d
a his.co
1gb SprIngs ,number
brief vilit oveza
I oW .iUn ol.( take hir
rle ontyl$1. anditfa
hi-
I "Is yet in
srds' Operak aore v
nd. If you the cour
with the
o friends )n joys sua
red to her' There
Formal M
guard or those wl
althy With delightf
I b J. W# 'wereSet
passed r
arrived Miss passi.
city about Olf
ancis, near H .
" Ala., wr
alto solos, hadic
t Edwards' up all fc
rening, July stomach
.ly. White's
- brought
pprecIatIe a i' the
Mew,' which world."
3,8oIle. For w orl" ,
Vo., drug- pove
p tion of
as returned VO!U.1 5Y7
.- -._ i health,
nkhy, where natural
few weeks. Br^
eloome hbr MR

uoerlntend- Ladles
iotric Likht.
day for his= On Th
where he Homesa


.ofthe A
amberlain's pleasax
. They inf Mr. and
Sd digestion, uville.
prevent bll- wr kan
61 druggists. bontir
, was Onj(
a yesterday s e i
to' Charley r"epi'
i _/ meetnln
ps, colored, -.weetin
serious de- presided
-. ive' dew
%I buinen bun
i. '[buslrine
I was a i
ball at the flnacia
r &Afternoon near all
I Olerks of for havi:
ses to be an an4t eao,
eeds will go day had
Association. (
Rightfully lo- L .


-' I "1^ 4 -F\' * ^ ~. : '* -.1 *' r C :.
* f ^. *-'** ** L I '* -:~ -r-I ,' rc; .
TEENBURG tENTETAINI
. I I, ,' j p.
.. tmw ^ ^ v
.5 Forty-Seventh Anviiv~r,
I-isV $udveht Into .tii WorIl".'r
:Steeiburg: of $orth 0iatn
L



. fortytevven years o0 age F
on the eyenring of that di
p P



unfortable home, entertained
of friends in celebratloi'-of t

k at Mr. Steenburg one wOv
i not to be more than for
man be as yottns as he fee1s
hisj0olly twenti If then
itffable or jovial disposition
ity it is indeed hard to fit
Result thAt Mr. Steenburg o
large circle of friends.
Were many guests "ait hief

lathering F.riday evening, a
Ao wero presentIreport a m
)iltime. Elegant .eiresrhme
?rved, and the evening i
irt manner beeoniing the


he Boss Worm Medicine.
. Kumpe, druggist.- Leight
itee: "One of my custom
WId which was sick, and thf
)od, could retain nothing on
I. He I ought one bottle
Cream Vermifuge and
up 119 worms from the eh
Sboss worm medicine in
White's Cream Vermifi
the children's tonic. Iti
their digestion and assimu
fbod, strengthens their i9
item and restores them to
vigor and elasticity of spi
to childhood. 25a at John

S. BAIRD AS HOSTESS.

of Advent Christian 01hu
Have Good Time.
Lursday last the ladies of
und Foreign Missionary 8oci
Ldvent OhristiaIi church w
fly entertained at the home
SMrs. Baird of East Gail
rho forenoon was spent
id when the noon hour came
ia diner was served, wh
oyed very much by all. TL
ig to the spacious parlor,*
g was called tM, order by
ityMrs. Baird. After impr
rotional exercises the regi
s meeting was held. The4
iecess socially, spiritually
ly., and as the eventide d
joined In thanking the hos
ng.-entertained them so roys
h wont home feeling that
been well spent.
atarrh of the Stomach.
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