Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01932
 Material Information
Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: July 29, 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: VID01932
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
lccn - sn 95026977
lccn - sn 95026977
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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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pion Throu-S, Xria^d.

is e Were. ,Ljnd With Troops and
lueja.kete-R!copQn Which Their
iajwstile Met 'With Everywhere
Is Most EnthuslaStic.
lastot, July R$8-:Tfe welcome ex-
o Xto Kinkg W~4rd and Queen
Oandra at the capital fi Uldter was
d by the sane tthUlasm which
SfolloDed their progrdESa through

city wias e*lOa6ray decorated
wronged With, i tgbteers, and thQ
i were lined W*th 10,000 troops,
);bluejacketa and 5,000 policeman.
|lord mayof and ieir majesties at the tallroad sta-
Sand presented them with n ad-
Im Upwards of 50 other address-
Prere presented on the same occa-
, The king in reply said the
iest ambition was to follow ln the
teps of his mother and that the
sperity of Ireland and the mainte-
ice of the peace of all nations will
Pis constant aim. The royal pro-
ilon was then formed and traversed
ireets to the city hall where the
Siunvelled a statue erected in hon-
ft Queen Victoria.
he reception w ich their majesties
with every aere was most en-
slastic. j

iorafion aperss of Hayneville
| Railroad.
`ttignmery, Ala., July 28.-Thedee-
ron of incorporation of the Hayne-


Cordl.Ily Received by Cofiepgues a
Members of Sacred College.
Rome, July 28.-Not many peo
assisted today at the fifth of the 1
vem Diales which was celebrated
the chaped of the choir of St. Pete
burg. Mgr. Constantini, the pa
almoner, lontificating, attention %
centered In the solemn funeral mri
at the Church of St. John Later
where the pocci family, the diploma
body, the Knights of' Malta and
Roman aristocracy wore present: Ti
"were received at the entrance of t
Basilica by. M.gr. Galimborti and M
the Duke of Nalvezzl. In the con
of the choir stood a high oatafalt
covered with rich drapery and pa
robes, surmounted by a triple croy
Mgr. Stoner officiated, assisted by t
canons of St. John. The music, wh
was exceptionally fine, was furnish
by the chqir of the Basilica.
Cardinal Gibbons celebrated ea
pass In the private chapel of the S
phiclans and then drove to the vi
can, where he participated in the me
Ing of the congregation of the car
nals. He was most cordially roce
cd by all'hle colleagues and the %jsc
bers of the sacred college appointed
the last consistory were presented
him. Cardinal Gibbons then took
oath of the gospels administered
CardiLal Oreglla, ,dean of the *act
college, to maintain strict secrecy
all questions discussed at the meet
of the congregation to defend the rig
prerogatives and temporal claime'
the church, usque ad effuslonem a
gulnis, adhering to all the protests f
rlnlated by the defunct pontiff agal
the occulation of the pontifical sta
and against the laws passed to
detriment of the church and apost<
Cardinal Gibbons has appoin
Father F. C. Gavan as his conclav
besides whom he will, take onlyU
servant into the conclave.

Railroad company was final yes- RIOT AT CAMAK, GA.
iy n the office of the secretary ot
SThe object of the corporation Negroes Uae Razors and Pistols W
glye Hayneville long delayed Fatal Effect.
bad conneciions With the outside Ca mak, Ga., July L,--Two killed a
Jd. s- ix wounded 1ouir o(f t.hoirl, ft i bell
.e promoters,'who are prominent ad, fatallv, is tt- result substational citizens of Iowndes egro( church here last.nightt in wh
ity, propose to build a railroad pist(ils and razors played a dordly pa
B Haynevlle to Morganville. A 'Pe entire' negro population of
road has for many years been the lown Is tet -'orlzeil as a result of
Pof Hayneoville and It is announced] affray andl is implossiljle to le
the promoters of the new enter- te real cause of the trouble.
P propose to give the town one as The( shoollng tarteil over a disp
I as possible. of snme sort. There was then a w
ie company s1 capitalized at $75,- rush to get fro-m the building, and
divided Into 3,000 shares of $25 is bltll'ted that many of the wound
The iecorporators of the com- were hurt In this. Women and o
iare W. P. RussellU W. L. Halgler. dren were trampled under foot
. Ptitchett T. R. ML riwether, G. men, who, with knives and pistols
amls,' W ,,. BBrigham, C. W. their hands, were trying td'seaIp f
t., Brewer and W. T. Hough- I the same manner.
It Is believed that over 500 sh
Were fired in kte church. White p
FIRE AT APALACICOLA. ple who heard the firing thought t
a riot was lu progress, and trouble
hal & Co.'s Mills and Furniture the gravest nature was fo- a t(me
F .ticipated.
Factory.Burned. tiCliatl.
FrFactory the noise of the fusilade
ODalachicola Flal,.,July 28,-John seeimed wonderful that the number
Shall & Co.'s planing mill and fur- killed does not reach into score,
ire factory has been totally de- the cnurch was crowded to it, full
Wed by fire Friday. The alarm capacity.
I sounded abOut noon; at which time
4d already gained aome-headway. Stock Exchange Failure.
I Planning mill ,nd factry were New York, July 28.-Another St
0ld At about $166,000, with about Elxchange failure was recorded
000 insurance. after the opening of today's 0ses
a K. Smith ik Son'gbicycle repair when the formal announcement
iP was also destroyed. involvingg a made on the exchange of the susp
I of $1.500; l.4u rance. Also a s on of Edwin 8 Hooley & Co..
rehouse, belongIng to J. Tucker, firm includes besides Mr. Hool
ith about $50, and two waighouse, Frank Drmzley and Norbert Hel
property of J. Brady Co., In helmir. Hlooley, & c'o. were al
Ch they bad.between 2,000 and 1,000 cially prominent brokers In the d
ka of salt. G rad' los about of the BRowell R. Fowler bull ci
; Partly. eCow ee by Iasurance pag. Hooley .& Co. were Spee
ists In rEvansviille an Terre Ha
WOMEN BURND IN RU84SIA. and Des Moines. and Fort Dodge
curitles. In stock esehaege clrc
ltf Action -of Feld Laborers In ooley & Co.'s suspension caused In
71 C iarI: ury surprise.

don. July 8.-.e St. Petetsburg
SPondOnt of The Dal'& Mail sends
fport to the effect that near the vil-
* of Schalajiflkan the district on
.33 feaai
a to deat l* -whe they
I locked tea ->ec~e mo
WItOn by aii*h.^Iare'
l-.flrn ^Aa^^'&. ld th

Panama situation Is Grave&
Washlngton, July 2:.-The olly
formation the state department
concerning the 'reported trouble
panama I- contained tn a rabkO
received today trowa ConuI Gew
tudger in whlwc he e.tAed t01t
S'govefto"rbip bad been tendered


atIth y Apaftionto'D Botng Arranged UR
nd or Cardal"..s Reception.
M A blD py t.-ih ^^uca r^^- nfM-llP 'f
ile aUawa f f l a nt- hil, so feverish la the UU
No' rk of preparing the part, of that -' '
In Department 0 08ial e d bun ding t tide for the conclave. Guets Have Narrowl,7 C
rs- ,Bore 187 vconclaves were hell Oin Died Pro h
pal \With t.Mde.e the Quirinal palace, one l igt wing One i
a4UICK TRIP 4 A 4 f which Wa always ready without 40 WERE IN 'THIE *tUiL.I1t
ass QUICK TRIP ACRQOS AANTIC a* y special preparation. But in the
an, Cas e ot the Vatican apartments, throG Quests Lost Practically All Their i'
tt Big Battleship Stead Acro Atlan or tour room for each cardinal, have
the. .tio Ooean at Rate of wo to b pially prepared, and as there et and S en L
hey Eght are 64 cardinals, the amoofituf work Cash They Had, Leaving. Them .
the nhtHundred gand eJtyFiv vlved is great. The sectfin dastin- 'titutoe /'
gr. Miles in Nine Hour*l e for the conclave comprises, on the
te W ground floor of the vatican the three Norfolk. Va., July 28,-Tho b ig s,
S Washington, July Theavy d te of room which surround the Head hotel at the North CarOia .
pal partmnet today received a re ort fromm ftmous eourt orf Sin Damasco, the ocea4 resort of the name. W&l total
o Captain Hemphill-giving seom interest- the rooms under the late popes' apart. ly, destroyed by fre yoaterday after
the, alg details pf:-the run of th big bat mneat and th tower with the room noon.
ich tleship Kearsarge across the A anUti. of bala DucoAi*. On the second ftooPt' he hotel had 140 uensta and adl
ied Department officials are greal6fpleas., the roomA aboitt the Loggia litphaol were saved, thbugh Mrs. John Z. Lowe, 6
ed with the record made by the Kesar and the pontifleal office, comprising of Nortolk, wife of the proprletor, died
Lrly sarge. Captain Hemiphill's 4lspath all the apartments tormerly occupied afterward as a result otO eitahmlent.
ul- dated at Bar Harbor today reads a by Car4dlal Ranipolla, who has left Mrs. Lowe had beoliattua erer t o ie e
atl- follows: the Vatican altogether, will be used. time from heart trouble.
eet. "Kqarsargeasteamea 2,8ts nautical The Whole will furnash commodious The guests lost praotlealy all their
rdl. milejin nine days. four a one-h' :odging for about n00 persons. The Si. effects and some even lott' What oasai
lyv. tours; average speed al.li Elpl" ute chapel, a -S ii the case of the last they had on hand, leavItll them da4t- -.
em- encos variable head wlindt,itrce three conclave, will be used for the mootngs tute, .
Sat to eight; slowed four hour$in account of the cardinal& and the balloting. The crew of the Uilt 4ta te llft
'to ol fogs and Icebergs; con~ikmed 114 Thereafter, three solemn funeral soer saving station nearby rendered all po -
+he tons of coal; average dsfly conatmp- vices, whicd bogyn Tuesday, will bu elbe assistance and the ague*t i-We"
by tlon 136,~ for all purposea; average ereted a thron for each cardinal. cared for lat night at the iUtllt&Vlt
red speed from-engines 18.60.1' Over the thrones will be. baldiachinos station and by cottaggers noar by.
on it is explained that the J'wnld ex- or can Ing periences," the force of which Ls giv. hnd The nment a.now pope is sisting of a solid sand bank .bout hi r
hts en.. at from 3 to 6, ranged from gentle elected bhe will lower his baldacchino 1o three-quarters of a mIle Wide IrOitt
of breezes to ahnoet a gale. as a token of his new d(ig.y. thus 's Albemarlo sounds on the east and the
uan len.ty -announced. The laulltn chap- oOen on the w.La
for- LARGE FRUIT A4iP MENTS. 1e .will be used for the celebration of
net high mass every morning qf the con. JAPS AGTIVU IN CHINA. ,
tes "California Has Already Shipped 41,208,. clav, while n the Sala Ducale will --
the 000 Pounds, be movalbe altars for the masses to tbe Striving to AdVanoe Inttrests in Flewo .
c Sn Frnsco,July 8.-A hundred celIrtod over mOrning by each car. cry Kinrgdomn
rarloads of fruit a day, 4600o0 pounds, dinal Poking, July 18,-(Corrmspondeneof
td are now on east fro ra gendarmoa and Palatine guards the Aasselated Press.)-T'lhe growth
t re U ow lasg et frMon the eraento. will be transferred to the building in of Japanose Influence fit IhGllltA It
Sone t l e Belvedere courtyard where the the upheaval of 1900 has attra .
.ars sent eat to allyond poor pilgrim ere lodged, du the 41ttle sttontlon n theo Unlte
den was 1.717. They contained 41., Ot Jubtlee, the gendarnmes' bareaeus and In lurope largely beeau' r-
208,000 pounds of truit. loth the rail. being transformed Into kitchens. pan.1 developed gradually. Nevelthaj,
readl officials and the orchardists ay, tries, ete, The Bolvodere courtyard It l one of the results after that ed 1
ith that the prospects are farnable for Will be convyrtoe, into general quar. DVtlgn which could be e onsAifel I:i
shipment east. this season, of 192,000' tors for the carrpentors and other work, connection with the future ppllc|s o
nd 06( pounds of all sorts of goree- fruits.I men. The court Ik quite unreeognis. the Far )Mast. Moreover, there Atro
ev. Thi. is eqiulvalent to 8,000 ealioad,. a ble, The lo.t lines of glass windows indications that Japan li striving Ita
kt a Thn N-wv York, Chicago. Poston and of the lo.ggl Raphael have boon paint. every way to advance that Influence
ich St. Paul demand for all kinds of Cal-i d up to a certain height an a pro. with thbe Cinese government and 4It "
art. Ifornia gpoen fruit is reportedly to be caution and shades have been put on In oven broAdly stated that her" ultj } ,'
the stronger than ever. The ri+chardists, every window to better Insur ereer& mati object Is to strengthen her own
the thrcAigh an executive commlntte, are cy. 'Assurances have been given tht position by an alliance with toe C-
arn rooting the shipments in such a man.1 everything will be In readiness ffa- lestlal eum e, using the argument that
ner as iot to glue the market l any P'riday night, but there lI much yet together tin could better resist aip
ute of ti eastern cities. to be aoeomplishe4. gresslions. Wester methods a little
Vild On this account prices are kept frirm The ardinals at their meeting to. more than bail a century ag1o ave -
it ahd steady. The severe winter and day again disctansd the advisability doubtlss l pressed many 'Protineftt
ded spring weather In many eastern and, of eing a ntto to to e powers, re' (Yhinanie who are now fully Awake,
jil. southern localities destroyed most of gard4fag the condition of the holy e. to the heilpleasan" of their country,
by their fruit trees. This I- the m tl, Some of tohem Inalstod on the neca. which was so stritlngly Itlustrated by.
in season for the present prices being sity of not allowing the occasion to. thea esy capture of their e pital. As
oe. paid for California fruits. tias wlihoat a protest against theo aortiental p4uple who understand the
T------TIN- powflncalA territory by Italy, thereby Cbhia.e .M so tiur4pean people e."
ota FATAL BHQOTING AFFRAY Showlnsg it'h the peaey ils determined Ra0d s only the Asiatic Rsilane ea
eo- P------' to nainutaln its claims abated. Others hope to d t Japbnee way e "ble
hat Four Persons Wounded. Two Protably Uid they thought that suctn a Iot to -make headway In their unaortak
of sFatally. j woul not add any force to the many 11s. .
an- Rolla, Mo., July 228.-In a shooting protts of the same kiMd already t Is certainly trMe, as the records of,
affray at Atlington, near here, 9B ade While It might Interfere with t1o Japano." loatt h bhero slow that
It dey, four persons were wounded a4ti the policy which the future pope mar a vwry lWare au bier of Japanese @haveW
of two of them probably will ile. 'The di44re to follow, and added that the lxvaded aortbhe Chlia since tho e o..
as fight was the result of ai old grudge best tbhlg, to do was to l-wve the suWe 5 war. Not eouning thebo ualeiit
eat The 'wounded: .. e r of Leo XH entirely ee they War perbapie equal i nmonabews I
Perry Andrews, probably fatally abtoK Uthe course whlch they may co" all the 1luropeans and American .t^: v
J. W. McDowell, probably fatal, elder beet for the good of the falt. New Chwnsg, Port Arlbur and Da o '
gd Mcflowell. his uon. u ..-" *:a tt- geteral Ilntaereast 'the 'Th'ae are ovw 1,800 at T'ienT ll w
ock OGus Todd, mmor. than BOO ha Pkln. I 4for4
on A remark alleged to have bea smade No depitlon of the wubjet was ar trouble th.ey we a naere, B
ion by Andrews ahout o0e of the Mc1ow, rivdl At. if tbhe erl4 taideer litn. [To attela ber political oebije#
w I eIls started the quarrel. to aidl the ote it probably will h paml's agetis are tryl'g to win
S" 0. o-.p- . .... d. ***"g tgo the diplostl iody o 4ace f the meet poeuft 33
lhe tBlt al CompaJu y F-rAed .- T rday, ct notably the prl
ley. Pittalwarg. :Juy $ A~rm agits :reys Chea.t *4 -
Ins- have been completed for the IfnstaasO ftw Club SIllbmng Severral Ctiisolle
IDi of the National Coal and Coke omp I r lagbsiKa,. Ala,. Jylf Is.The have b een 1shee6d to'i4
ay sny with $5,00,Ooo0 capital and UM; mlildtlng of the Birminganm Athb, (Mlg pfi t few .y...i
"- 000 in bead. on t hietau Ill pra 'al- take the place of th ieck COk- c". irte am W te oOatlaegot. The to iprs thUem .... t
fte pany in the gesersa epokh bmiaemlads roe *ar aeula of 17 eth. of ist (terest 4he4Mieet
s-- *ln. Ihe ,ttr.oe. p sctly awitbf (rite in the ette esoth. I-i Ft s al s sai di
cle6 desws fropm the -smnet. Mauiop itWU ,obt wttto a awimSaSgI
ttlU tilIoo dollars of the total bofd o 1X "t4tlon to th~ 'Walr iMr' A*ee 7t 4 1ta
it i asaid, has be amderwrems,. ae e Is 1re SmST *Mh Ja-rbsns taaamse iBa ln
it is, spected that time a al-e win mala.e #.s*prgeeaed fpa pa

be c @losed earV tbhi wete. To *. '01 j ." *;*Wew, w m*
la agreeWHbrbe dhelSear itn Mg q , S A

eres witbebfl.-t* ag,
Mam f e ..

rawu, Ad 3,1,0
Now mji-^im '^lt.I. l^tfra *O- W 40,*" --| ^p ^ ^ ^ ^~^^i^ v~v ja~cc tf''i1 i': *'*'i^ ^ fJ^
ad . *^'"y ^ ^*^W *iW y**J9i 'IK & H ^ vh~f ''-f tt 'et.^jt' ^J^^ W W wB *w~.w^^I^ (*f'^7a*(,^"^

. . .. .*-r . ^..fc--it. ^ ''~f~i^~df''e '^r~^ t^ i.^Uf tjj'^jj^^j J^ P ll ~ ~ L' v~: "K i^ ^'i~^ I'&^ M BlU ^MB ^




WOO Vr.).,Y

at at

,were r,~ ite ,

-; v e t ri a t '
uAssi p e finani aile Wi
it,~4 *f1 b"ot ;tbiand bee

*!0* Aoiq t, 44 A
th. El g bhed: Rpa bli;:-

Ita.;e uer8t8ie o hto party,
elg wa ripied of the kte

!o 1. djbttir he bbttt

thse ton, ts her ..th osn
o e f ta blyreied

o h eirti h .so

:lt O~16t!n 4tued d es a
o1t u ev rough int
on 0''01 t^nt6 U.eed At*

1 ion the worlfor avg e beoe
d was riboatles Pnre a

o .....t e. pur' .. *. pu-e -
taf ." o!s n O le rjI n o flushing Ba

One 64i ton Drowned,
.ea Lors tbord the a oaft irg. hi

Soat.iy ,arrz Ro erMo L. Yorbt, wo
i tqo 4 ed-and-ttep Bther tw were sa

edw'"" tah the. g latest of dift pulty.
nd is several miles wiDe;- but the 1o u
014, 6 'f6rst bottle V1 dte
oompi^'l d @uid her. UIs, "t he mo'
Soumn i1n the alas j toti allthr ope

Wdaterand"11Ate~ alongg ttong th
.,Uores 1"-.'UT. boti bottled free a

Comea.l 4FlO thcre 'on Flushigo oUit)
s Oe ... Ma Fvt en Drowned.....
Yl 40t{, Jily 28.-ur aiatat

elank alors t and theeat boat 13 nioJ
had gilueat din fty ihav rn down oar
t'. jne o and th etaue he"r two were k
*lth the 'roatest ... o t emultY .

Consumptive several miles wiNeede obut Depair
A:. t Amny iel pronounced among le
orby phy soans h t obn tcnued be A.s

Sfley's boa vans Otar o lea I ou
i ank at no relei until y used Fowu sa1
onebad great difficUlt In getting aba

Slboat that anued top the pwrec
^ AsY mana sou nd aed aoeled bi

Fiie'sebe h Lo odae, No. 2 L. O O,
fl olOd a meeting aiu te luodnge ao
ost ( ope bank this evaenit g at 8 o'olt o
!, a ui! attendance is desired: .

L ASiD:ad:L""i

0,W ekla a, ax, ACTS
.;mot- C ord 0 I TS oxI

i zonA4 the 0l
'hieh formerly J tJ4 We cover these implo i 6ft d flly
3Joitef Bell, de'. solicit a eh~ f y~d bu es
0I Fire, Life Acidet ad 1 I rae.
lueg 4p4r *lih t;uurnas of
Jimi- o e ' beco dika A,
e Itself a. being sapen s. o -j-Agentsngor the

.' wass ediTed by" ~fvietor Sae and Lok Company
i;pio fJ Tilden, the lat- .ela^tW.,u Ic(OrNOlie. Furnace,' 0 FAN" 0O I....
L th .J 1 161o, .o .-o op "- oAra
iT Hf 1 I A preAgi. Ust. ieall coor atddre .e,
toto.f oV t d. the sa

4et o .,oroial iBthmeatey o rmatfon cheerfully furnished. OAIS .T.4o. rELORI DA
ngrte :iabeyreceived that ar '
of bofvo4 1 v4 w e. Yew '. I g ohto t 4 b .r o Ke wO .

l," o unThdenpr ethe o exitiVng_ __ . _

o-q -ih for tw o from fr( L P a oo p a P 6V.' ... ... ... .jo.'..........A so 7 0
The ,eal t eim yr bey.oteline;
onv e tin, o 1k e le s. Usen e t oe so !O s .io -nrou "te I o o 4n
netaryfaW to'o : ~ehas l immediately oaI care 4 Lb ooi e n, o.00

eiefdte leo 1e 4etnit t. o 4eo t be held on "* u .... 5 ... ar K e o.. ............... I....... .
Asrir k o st rol t jpn4 a r lasae of. ...Lin. e lo::. "
st oye thiereafer cu o (probably about.o Ai ir io e R aii way. /

1tb. t~f e y. opa e o'runder the exis.tiv ng. "- .. .. . ., .
ewIW; 9t b h.eet~:,g the follows ingt.r e i

s 8lrSo ve snoatrt o hold of-te8 Sr. t
foeoa0iq-halt, fu or 'two years from flrrt PteenSOUTManatee, On ,oZ .-d S-v o .. . 81 ec
i o %odai o ohera 1n845, the other l JA I i m OAN Slat e ...........a pe a,:::::awin.o... ...... l n l be 0er 0 bw

ie 4leo. ue (eproayse ntative no inf Can- bue y coachD bEASTwe Jacksoi i ll cheerfWsTllyfur vni sRhc d.. Cfe6
a sfone ieear from next October, to" ,a Itv, . L. a.
b eeer Ot e t a r, -e Jako l e ap W vi ..............T.... A E v rl .... ............. re l a eepe ba
0 1 pre si ..a. .o. . ..ent. ... .... ..... ...... ................. oI 8M

^ do Iid o ttoe rterm eof aives iear, Iu1A1 4( 5 l; 45g p { 0 [ PL ....... ;...........er Wadi r ........................ 12 82 ::a
The s a io e m y e, l ontiou teen 5co pl ard NetYork

the gero"ta) ofe.ansseery n 2 4 5 ... ...... a .......... .. ... lr Or l a ................ .....r.. .......
ttlenersa oM tetton e repre sole ives in l,4|D lI Ssl5, Sop Ig? o............. 1 do. .... ... .'l:: I^S
toll e asrs efmbl e aeon t at go, 6 ; 10 s t a ..... .... .-- ............ ame:tt ............*..... 44 0

ri hk e w idh. pe i n A grier to Wo. Be o t e- N o1.I B a n d 7, P.. . . '. .. r b e ty-n- O... .. .. .. a d ...... .o-l ),
eminent, lon ath e frh Monday an o te r eamore a for PalmettPo', Haana ..eve o r.. a md t, und 81, Tu.0epsa 2s
tn election (pro bably about e th June L FO' HEA Th alletM ot ha ing t ADD EAST4R' 754 l .o PI-WT A .NlleW ........ aI 540p Ii

sAe O- ,~w York, vAs1 eon. rasptend, Jacbwonl7e Fla-7
next) and to elect besides their own- o 'Ituatio th..e ..l e n d4. do. OO B bT4 et7 0ent a4 1 .ville i..... ...... vi R i"on Ca
tfAIwrs, tw o Unitet States senatbrot S the W erl- tailrea d eu, C6n, ea.a 1 Cit...e. dna
o0ur.Judge r of Clroult courts, Justioes Wifl1'5 end. .al Skin Diacsasel ar Rpnswe a...........d daonp losrp ....... A................... p 1204

.rte o m l ourt of the State, tko ArNortn n et.. ....... rkeorl a. g, Ar. .a a .. ..... ......a........ a-1 p
ofevery tt aher andourt Dnme wa.s r....l1\: Fe d0t p5ont, Aarr .a wtl e............ .....g.ao a.. E y d a
. ..a.. w git a pain," alt dr WAr Bel-er Pn.. ..........4 5a 71) aR ..... r. ew O.rlee ans ai ................60v
ld alofmomtlhe teroehfel f a r. ey W add a

t Boston. Tow..-WI lla m w ak d e,
r of thesourama court e ardler of the Ar. Agent Jack.onv.lle, O...
wtheout ony appet ane al oru do n sit td onAr Wiamineton. ...... ....12 06 P .. A. obi T.......... .................. 7
rr SAohenI ai r ..1e p t o ............ r a ae i a, u .... ..... 5
S, at e. ie t oeasu re adtp O Y r 0............. 1 ...... a vie ".....................
S entierl of5 dealilte, o n oliown Aeopler lPe do.e Ssa .... ...................................
f 8; '..governor to hold offlcefor the C" e o .. cS o,............................i4.

te.nt of tour yearsn-to be commander- A Ir Connections for Palmetto, Manatee, Oneeo and Sarasot,p on 81, 'x I
r Bstoa nd ...Oe rp Ore-. .Tamp a, Jacksonvi le and New York, via ciohod nd Washington. sesti-
Spal bondd No are coaches between Jackonille anWashnon, va Rchmond.
t present bthedining ar service ro ksov A hadsoel illustratksov marine '

t tarded o ibpotiAnty George R. o i devoted eao esab t tbe n etesof BEcsbe
O.. lawy er, C s al. tween ackonvlle and ashington, and drawing room Pullman sleepers be
SI ste to my engine, although tween Jacksonville and New York.Ne Yor
h o eveyJs aen raken.vsid ThNo e Fi connects at Starke for aiprosse, Alahu, Willefd, Wannee an

t eary OitWohed anever nerv wr. iCntr.die poein t nslnd ndnd Atrhnrwiti brang

M call' ror ooiteforwkonthestate 1 12 6a4
Sfarmaked owith pain," private work that Nos. 6 and 57 rcPullman sleeper between ew JACKSONVILLens and Jaksonvile.
ty a eenomiC elldto toth Steamers for Key West and avnve, orida PROVIDENCE and Al.-Leave Port Tampa Sundays, Tuesdayss,
Slinon, owa "plas whcheak ad pale, FO EAT AND ECalling TOt Charle andon both wayThudays
been lattlled In tal ruiso w here. The ONELL, Ass't Gen. Pass. Agent, Jacksonville, Fi
s Wher of statn opie n ol r no tl o Merchant o from 12 to 2p. southbound .Ticket gent ..... .. .Gainesville. ton
y Ir than ever before, and fthe demand BSouthwesenyr railroad, eleven Northmlesund............... From Foot o Catherine nill
t oIitter atftnorth of the town of4Ala1hua. Stro.-

0t viror from the r ft use'.:Ty ,.........n8n hu) P is-b"
pritoe501) ents. .-1baths....... 0

a-t. conmision broker, mesnbher of the Fie andM

W liaes been i.n bu.s.nS4l. in Boston for OneYear...................$1.00
s somowtime. dealiIag ma.nly In munici, Single 1opies2.................0

at carded r as im Sortant. e Irgs R. viI.' devoted esp{o~ally to the interests of

0e o. ... .. A special trial subsoriFtlon of six Galling at CHARLESTON, S. C. both ways.....

.Raleigh, N. C}.,.July .8.---...e peniten, ants S ,p14 tak. n .U.O.t u.0..-.... . 9 1
ca ts ateetoa., ,,. -NnakAr.........Sr...U1$7dr" 20lyde New England and Southern Lines

-Callng it Charleston both ways.
5s ntm~ber of state convicts"Is zi-ow' .uaafl l. erehantA Luno from 12 to. 2p, m. Southbound..........---.......:....... ..Frm Le '.W ar. s.ton
)y or them ever befor s l, d the demands1 la1uadl1y lt eter alseI gm-No5th Ul und. ................ -.From Foot of t. erine. at., J.. nville

* for theor are greater th being due
Sto the extreme-andI bing portrt Cu Wer rgBeer Don raughtCd thTs
I se..ity of fr e labor. Cde w St. Johes A ver LAe
- -.... .. .... Between JACKaONVlL arnid SANr os~
i Pleasure Party Dreow"d." Steaks, Fish, Chop, Game inseason, Stopping at Palatka, Astor,'St. Francis. Bereford (DeLand),and Infteediat
Sseate. W Jy to order. Poo, Billiards, Bowling Landings on St. Johns River
> m .etnn Valdes ont the amer Alley. 180 W. y Steamer oITY OF sa T
t : .w rte et 3f tlte~l-lla i i a t- . ,- *- .. . ... ........ ..........
aftut of the: 4,iwuat o_ Lo o 1AA AtLeaves Jacksonvi le 8:30 pp.In. Sunda&s, Tesdayi d.m Thudays.
..X. o a -oLea v H MA SU Leaves Sanford 9 :a0 a. m. Moia, Wedneys and Frid
wheeler. August RooAle, ,od Ienry S. -a.am s s- .dqn
. Paut W*4mer, f.In the N astoe-rivi Repts 'na s. nDUL.
er ert and 00Trt. rd th the PW r Leave 8:00 ............. A le.............' -2
k. i: the meoth of the G0ta1. one of tS, E. A. WEI Iae...P
Tobsiveetreh MOf A Arrive a n. Beo itodand.. ..'.... i
Stilsm.. ______ .. Sa'f PASS. AND TICKET OFFICE. 604 W.. jur
'CaIO, a "WJL'5.QrW,
.A . .. .






This The clinma Caame With the Sensel," *
l""-[ In* y'naaoe of llusi..
1 l wtu ;N^ B .'' al" ^l r0'f all Napolvoh. s insanities, for they bowels, butregular actloh cannot
116,0m1A01slweek. wrIe lotliig lt'IS.S the climax was the secretes enough bl!e tqmake
lbefor rh of $peclal hl v Lbud for this, saving delirious ural agitation, caused bycathartic
on. ambition, wit was lso udoubt- continual an Increasirig d0es 1
|we4 fi x(1!3on e t"y 01tron in mn, her love of ti tt the results.
At the C51 M)'W t oe4 ly l aw-a? Hei evid#nuly
,.". .very't-oe o reckon md On '1,ounitiring. tie lissian
a thoughtt tt i'week would a ry i l defense i-ir'r the frontier,
Sthie 81w.& .$9*W of the winning 1i .1usterlitz or a J.nni. dictat-
tuestllona- t* ii house a1 ing tTiIIs is hl ui ditlted tlAu to S&Ek tl' o
rned, bUt Ilt, ~ to be. Two Austriai or Pruslsia, a;nd turning to
haVbeesp t. litUssing l':iris in triumph. hi ws I iee-. ivsed iL .. .
i hpos btion I: tie tiky convicts, te ('htraettr u, li.i ,,l&'iy. lrb tried tr b
I'as a mW at o 1f 81 the house 1 \a li l to f 1(')' l t 'It I I' t 11 toie isko. le.
one little else. "t"i4-bills have The Itussiauns i ..e;:l of ligltitig hia,
... through with 'rlper.C ally no dif- 1(eiatr the front r itreatedl bIefore him.
y, but general meiaisures outside gave up their couinti. to his ravages. For Sale by JO
those relating to" onvlcts, have (m'poll.ed ihitm to make. :1 'ntrch in __ i_ _. ... _
thignored Man think It better Wich 11 0 lost g teit part of his enor-
ignored. Many thikitibSe teiixi 1 ftcr tO' ht:11ingr hin t f'q rrrias iII ILD
Verys, o rcwa\. t t o\in it it;:t il; te, a i.e s They
t question is tin ilght now and a li, iio. ti,, t.it),t i with hi. lUe THE FR LIT B
*will be taken sOOn. on the matter, ied (',.H e',s'lt iy- to d.-ttNmp without
jle the ardent advocates of the hn1tving proviihd 'orn- retreat or subsist- OF
d bill, providing for a continuation ei e.. Ie lost nlitost his evitire army
,the present lease system, with the in the wintry \stes ao i and but for the Time Tabl
)tbution of tlie entire net reve- extrmordinury to the school fIz4, seeno hopeful letting liltn aid his guard pass unop- No. 6.
ttg their bill through without closed would idiiself have ft'alb into Dally TNo. 4. No. 2.
trlal modificattlon, It begins to look thi 1llaInd oi t'he eemiiy. ''lThis error uRe et Daily Dalty.
o the house will In)ist on some 'vus on for i 't r1'' iwipoeingi slcai ainl aitty
ent that will break in on the llore trgiten timin i ily biluinder of -
plan. The last substitute for ltcatili 'l orN; l ck. ut was it Iess of M Lv A Mh
eed bill, which has 'been denom- it lltli..e. or ..5s of1' i detlnttion from 7 ... V ..r A. .
by the !'Oandler compromise." tI r pittin o the i of action or.... ..... ..
by the n e octn 'Ill ii( t Of tint' tee iiutiiittltl".i' It 8 00. .
tached to it names of twenty-odd is frightful tho ftlh il wllit lpowr a 8 005 :.... .. ....
liers of the house, several of ,i.spot lt, for e ll. There was prob- 8 10 . ... ..
t were warm in,,their opposition ibly inot 1 soul o either side, saving 9 15 .... . .............
'i)Felder 'b-ill N itpojikton himlsetlf, who desired tiho 8 31) .. ... ...
spite the fact that the house cal- lu.sst;in expiedititu.- Goldwin Smith i 88 .....
Is crowded with'-general meas Atiant. 45 .. ... ....
the house iPked a 'number of spe- 8 5 ......
rders forte eek. There are Tak r the ke. th
orders for the.; week. .There aro ('eole-i'ling the expression "Take the 9 08
17 dWs of the'. session left and it ('e." the following iro hiolartlott and 9 15 A ......... .
.take fast work to dispose of any coyn', "S'cenery and Antiquitlos of 0 00 i6 15 L 45 6 "4
Iderable number of them. IretlaInld" isc-ril)ling n Idtnce in front 11 35 8 46' 7 08 ......
1e of the interesting measures of i stiheten, is an interesting illustra- 12 0) 6 5 7 20 ..
was fIxed for consideration this tion: "A churn dish stuvk ,,into the 12 20 7 03 7 27 ........
is the resolution by Mr. Dunbar, etarthi supported on Its lint nd it cake, 12 40 7 15 Ar 7 46
ichmond, which appropriates $50,. wlichl was to beolie tihe pr1ze of the ....... 7 52 8 18 .,.,k
,for an exhibit Of the state's agri- b dSt d(nlcer. T'I' cont'ltoittit'was ca-- .... C......al i J4 .',c
ral and kindred resources at the rled on for a Itwl time with extraord- **.... 8 40 a 8 5 ..
-Iana Purchase'.exposition at St. 1111ry spirit. At l(ngti the competitors .. 11 10 I11 10 ..- V
I next year./ The resolution yil.dd ht ir t'l'ints to yo n, ..... 8 4) a 4 10 p .....
from th general apro thi son olf a ricli fiirmir iI the neigh- 7 7 4 .......
from thetgeneral appropri- borhiood, who. taking, the enke, placed A,. r 'M, A 4 t'
'i committee ieth a favorable re- er it g.lltly tlt,,lp of a pretty girl -I-- A l
and there a pears to he a very to ioniih wts tiLsut to ho Larried.* E. BARKEIt
Ial sentjae'r-am tmitg the mem- _____. HL. Agent
T'favor of doing something in AF. lie Uidertood. -
direction. Mr. Cran'fo(ot I swan. Martha, prop-
-.Senate Up With Its Work. Prty must I'e Cit'lh'iP) up In tihe city.
Senate is practically up with its .irs.. ('rawfoo t-What makes you
It will have before it this tl;;;i so. Sil? .
However, the large number of Mr. Crnwfoot Wiy., the paper says
bills passed b.r the house on Sat. tl v li:ivr (ie .il tnll cent stores. Man
I, in addition to which two spe('la] l-uMtt tkt, da '.ltir and buy a dozen of
have been fixed for considera.- strs.- ihill.doi hit ini't uirer.
Today the senate will consider .
Iplie of railroad -bUlls which pro. A I ....ru-. I dt.
to confer powers upon the rail. '-"lly ('itt/a tn-lint tI atd distinctd
Commission relative tb requiring l' I 13 Y In I tllyit,',I('int at d youI nt i
Oids to furnish cars promptly for rt 1 ia h'.t-tti tvti t),'li i t ,"and you
|transportation of any freight that ti t ist f 4or.t 1n't red nas
be offered. Tnis bill received rAlii l i t 1or s black?-Bnitimore ar
r(elitic u co.ior a a hdilck?--IltitRmore
adverse report at the hands of th" Anierican.
oad committee, but will be thresh.
1t on the floor of the senate. *AAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAA
Wednesday the special order in
nate is the measure by Mr. Ran-
of Gordon, which has passed the
Pe, providing for the election of
d commissioners by the people.
se passed thit bill in spite of ,
to ~i committee repo ret 1Ih7-19 W. PAY STR ET,
n it favora- The disetisslon ...... -'L
Dented to be an iateresting one.
Shortage of Stevedores at Port
at Pernacta>
orla. Fla., JUly 28.-For the JaCKSO
tim' in many years stevedores
t rocure enAough baymen to TESTIMfi METHODS
timber i the steaers and saAls to the alue of w FLORID
Vesseit now here taakng on carp 4 FLORID
Sand but for the fact that several p a p dv.rtlshng ovue of nr BEST Y
.e itg steamers now loading will par ,dalg yo r ago BE
Ile their cagoes within a few ,tiot ,- ,i, ,,aear a ULLENo
.... v the olreiat jubhlnt b ole of DODGE & CULER

tLt('l 0,would be 6 serious gout-
of affairs confronting the steve lr1ted one by a owell known '
* when other ve#s"els under char selected, e by a well khiowt by
rach this port. It would, proba' : Ipo'lar author and the otber bll
11*6ult in' men .who are not bay' at' unkiown writer. The later flU
. being hireckAtb Itore.,cargoes. s-a eeja.cttd frW the nCewspper .
m:o th.: Gainesvde
itiOn whIch t h6Steodores do not ndvertlSIlng and the other for the
to ase. a ..rqure i expert o.,u bneaiS.. ... conr for
Men to hlvdle.ttsber. wilts "Sal e be Will otifit)rg
rce are now about At steamers, INrtess ** gh t
eost an Wealylrge number uO.,wr oo : special of Electric W
I la l ess"igeS l.T reeiviig lumber o*ab so rIn lee. bO n oot i
*Umbe cargoeet In itM bay, and d P." dhl b Swt'th ou .i
Sr nr v g r.red jl'Tlie result was a rompwk tet aor- 4 Ca WOr
tblp. each n cta i of 1< prtse and establiaued the ft ...
it can be readily eWa that It re- th'at renders go to the newp*-
a mall army at mn to do the or nforaton ith r
I 1 B 'twe ej 20 0to ve ssels, Pe" ror inform atlon t hrtb eg*IA
I ,twe. m O teolbo.e .o ks as well as with rg fUr i l A
f which a aerare td to most oth.,r matiters-Nt'al .1
tOhload li O lt *id rt 1-0 iuter Jo:w as -
a s i t ka l -r ----ye a r s .;. l a . ....
room S.. 9 ...... si I-
such a rsti 7%4-.ebins te_ o a.Sre a"Wiuft
at I "a t. "
640 1 51W S.0P

Alacliua Coouiy

Abstract Co0.

Son tohe B. R. COLSON, Manage0 g,
'ivert cures ( and Fever, and every form of G AINESTILLIEX FLA.
Malarial, Bilious, Remitting and Inter-- .... _
iitting Fevers, and, by going to the seat, of the t
w orks permanent'cure. j The. quelstloa oo Title a
FIFTY CENTS PER BO'TTLE. l l cousalderationHi for the
hnson Bros., O aiSnesville
....... Abstract of Title .,
To aly pltie of thund I
ulf Railway Company Al Nchua eo ttutty niriulgited
Ull ialnajVJ AllAchplatltyin.rllod '
k VEGETrABLE ROUTE on appatloti.
e in effect July 6. 1608. ANDI iAt
..... ~ .- nd all mattllors eonoer :
S1 N 8 Il. I l e thie rtmleioptlon of uin.
O. Nit). o tall aa . t &a"
STATI0ONS. ". Iaily1. mily.N E C c eanetedi tax eertehateat
Hu rn attended to prommptl".

Ar. P M Ar A MIAir PM
....F' arAeld ........ ... .. ........ 6 0
. .. Ou t ,le .... ... .. .... ... I 0 4

, u thoslm .io .... . .... .... ] 4 b 81 .... .)
Hlck ..t......... .... ..... StANDAR
L.ake itt m ,.tln ... . ....... .
;.....t. Oy ....... 4 12

... K rkh n ... .. B ...... l 05

.iH t) .. A ) rWill stop your rent and buy
S..-ewllaemy. 9. ..15 ,...-3 yo a bonilTe. For InforMAn.
.. ......O yr l .... . 40 900 1 410560 t..ll,
8 3oah m ... ...2 8 62 1 80
.ka Vt.7 2. 840 110 GEO. W. MOYERS
c"onvi ,J. a. W. 1- 1 .1*. -44AINENVILJ, l6
allah ssee 8. A. L.... 1 41 p 1 .... ,
ot, 4. N M. oon. 0 .... 1 2H 46 .... 1 2 1 |l I
Atlanta, (. of Ga. .... 7 50 o 9 0 AND RENTALS.
-_ -'---'- A -M - -M'. In Rt, General Snperintendont. Ihave de ided to worklk a Ral A ks
JAS. M. .GRAHAM. Presidn t. tate Hnd lftial feli id Wll
--a be. thanukfl for any buutatesr 4
poised in Inl ilhauti.
0 4 4 vi I .,F.
Sl s iRn i and Mosstiteate.
Agent for al kinds Macbluer
Sad Pireprottof o r.

R E A D' 0 0 0 R LES -.
New I'e.itn Itn AMll $sm.

sz. & O .,


nville's Finest
S, O ners *ind Proprietors

11 of your Electrical W riog
Ld Bzuglar Alfarw 3. 0 ml
ring, gurteeing all work
iriff AjMooia1 on. Befor h
ml t ofice md get prices.

A Full AMinm 1 aruelndin
A OHIDA t l L "tex t,(ttern,

Spring and Summer
Spec 0lilt I8' o
*:.- UhAUl RWiYILLR. VIXI, ll>A R.WA

Svu ........
C MA(HIt14RY RPA1R1.0,4
-,A Osa turn and stragMn wp

tI- I: b -e : ',7

aving Js y, ~ ea i: Awe* Wthr
dines AsieA *Maatl


- IN$I

-- '!--

4flapg wilk4 pd ('0 0011ihe

t :pt a*s l li.ge h'iprer ,food
h i e I o

Sa.llfe qfaa'q d1i,$S7 in. thi Ag loql

Tue Apaiiloeo Times rmionrd he he
snab)n thi~ththle $0,V00 back tAmes dati

Sh!:th'! State by *e ralria4e a still )a
S.o.ld t10 ge. i ti

pWo r
___ Zai rssa h'" I l gia wlg' ar on
A o: ot, t$le. -l *'o taoher111 lii ti ,
are badly need. A so will taO

roAy- te titho e diamo nd ever
'--w ,tfrom the inesi at Kit albory
tliU tie exhioibln, at th'e World's Fair,
o wle htl 30 eArohe, ta h is reloud at
S it Q .uter of a talllo s tt erhli g.a
th'l- folllowi f aeo tins have r4.
S! .. ly, :'tMoriigd to hold their', 19,i. .
4 t14_. tl he World, g air Te'
4a0lon 0W, e haot apherso N btiont

i,. dlet lAisooibat1on. -t
.!A lattaure railway system will beP
a| attraction t- the -Wortld' Fair, nt.
: LoU .l At least th ity trains of snitni
e*,/; s ote tby baby locomotinves a
w.ill be ii throughout the h ground .-
The system al a by run not only as-la

+. w l.eiAlt~i throught for ounr1 int to
|^ T blytm iita an
as %sekpent feature but ais a means also,
of tranporting viltetors s
S;,w O rlean h, phoLtographers' both
phtesVional and amateur, will 'make
a0ret bl exh tbit *f their work lat
It t do 4 Par. a.r, The Louislana Pur.
tlets, .xpQsitilon, for the first time in
the history of, Amerlean exposaltions,
S ill recognize photographyy as an art, a
t; toin i' the Art Palace being reserved
The Lkeland New refers as follows
:y to the p6atlroua bovines whiah roain
the street 0tof that town a. t will:
S There tt for our Cltizens to
ti' So t lwut'y tUhAr: home` with flow-
eor and rbbesy ao long as the eowis
S-treeti. Lakland cow
regardeth not g h4atlhes hot tences."
Those now a i 4 the Illegal 8aie
of intoxticating l ubi or who contain
plate' engaging tl.eas of smnetia
v ret sBured that no :ot will be
":-j spared to ferre t otery aiobh violator
of the law in Alachfa touity. There
'are those, who are hontsa it the ipli*
A 'iQnlihat high license .t the beta solO-
jili of the liquor 0 traffic, b eo
t are a unit in opptosi'o.-liind
anlgSr nd they will not be'iermitted
tl ounty. '
,lo.^ i r Fo b or hl oges ihas ..ve_- t he
i effort of h oi. lle' -thou hti nd
hlto ibnviet lease system dwu.
Spat four years, and that he has
edip relieving the State of t le
t o owuisatoiUbai hurled agaimt
ff1h^)5* of the 8lleged inhum

.1!*% .S i I t J l ti5 I I5*.:.. 1 1J 1 I5 I -
Y. ;ietttibutl that
I N lit4 r..iei tcire7

to Myrigood o reos
r thr ae or e one bfunde

dttellin him. that

hsbdde miany reopeots
O ponbe,- Obr
a complis e
f o the 0ubi

h: ~ 0g n Ine natisap
0 GW4 the fund retarf0d
e te:-"toils,. T
Qot(* Il')aw lek a *eiienoy-of$70,OOQ
St t ears b#ItnD October Ist
Jtb .n ^w i.und absoutel iY
n r to rsee ih, tax r+o
roll. *
ds: Pr$ Z I4 ian Is nt t the

estgn 'idn, who6 is all hled and
'to0 toi peak of between,
nor the, Aorlhwsrurn womrai with
Teutoios "in, wi t i;st like. a Mulli-
gar hailer, b ,to the heels. Ourn
1ida01 ia. is a Tennessee woman,
of whom -the angels are jealous-and
we have got her at home." /To which
the Atlanta s oonttIjltion paragrapher
ep0ie.i "iIf themiadain is wise in her
:nefatioi-sh'iewlswallow that_ with
. much: s 4.t and w: h ye editor,'
th~tgh she have to 'hire a detective.'
(. D. ,Wilson ofn PQE Illinoisa, Is
perfecting arrtane.i ents. for the
"Farmers,' Natiniai Jobilee" to be
held 'ait the World's Fair niext year.
e annoutoe:s that there will be a oon-
vention of famerqi held in St. Louis,
October 14, 1908, made up of delegates
representing the various parts of the
aUnited 'i atea. He expects to consult
with thte delta tefthis convention
n oeard to an appropri te program
for "Fa rmteral Day t the Fair,' which

The -hlo go 1qhuebAn1u who is beig
suedfordivore on the ground that he
wotid not talk to-his wife, will piob-
ab6y hav no, tarotbNi in proving that
she never gave him h. opportunity.

t.owJ's 'This?
e, offer One Hutndred Dollars Re-
ward for at~y' h e of O tasrrh that uanr-
-not be. ou ri by-.1i atarrh lOu re.
'We,ithel under ined -have 'known
F. 3. Oheney fotfie last 15 yea,on and
believe him portebtly honorable in all
businein otransetlons and financially
.able to -elry out aiy obligations made
btheir frm "
Va-, I& ThuAX, Wholesale i)ruggists,
Toledto, 0, '
WADixo, KIo tnalk & M AnviN, Whole-
saiae D oigloble in po vin. -

Hall's Oaarrh Olure- i taken hater-
nally. at-ing dIrsely .t- u the blood
and mtcue snraees ogtihe syste nm.
Tetfmionitals Nonttfree. Price T7h" per
bottle. Sold byt L 4rug16ists. d .
be. Hliev ipe aLoan.y honor b.e
ProiFesed Hawtilian Loan.
li l IiiR, July l8-(IBy Pacific Ca,
ble .-t ohe tr faury department ad
l 'atlcu of Goverger hole, who snakes
a request for Iunr.ation regarding
the attitudote of President Ihosevelt to.
'wards the proposed :*awaliase loau of
$3,4OO,O00' for public improvements
pa ed by the 'rece extra season of
the terrtohial legns$tfre. The toesa
bott dle.p et asd k for a detailed ae
coilnt oi the territory~' anecs and
Thfe.questese tateanet i now btien
p utot hand will be sooi forwarded

4cthCt ofioet Livr Medicine.
ieu A. Jolsey, Noble, 0On T.,
wri test "I atle ed therbine for a

.himlm' of >| .\ald 0n cheerfully
.a laena ,d a the int perfect
lii !AnliMii' 'ia~~: beed

ud*eeleaak. blt.e r.cei.ed
log A$gs)the oUf con inedthe regu*
Wit e ke-bie emedy, p result
Sight hayv bee diret,e \d
tpn4en& Sheats mayi have si4idtracked
hl ol-time oppohant,' i a Beath, baut
S#iwlf'.have geastor diftfiult in side-
pr jg the popular oppWition which4
i 6 isrely~gointg to, encounter in the

Lakeiand News: .; Lost, strayed or,
st!leSa2two prominent plitietans and
oBi.e.holder, who answer to the names
"( B6atd Bill. Whei last heard-
f im Bob wore a4n overcoat with a
nilonjabel attached andg wps headed
wr4tWq Weshington Gity. l ill wAs
.t hid jfro nin company with a ne-
gi n ed Booker. It is feared that
1it ead and the negro Sooker is
sectd of having hand in hia death.
s .::ij:i. n; ecau, seeato,
limois i0 frst'Ia8 buishea, man
Ad 2kiws bow to manipulate affairs
'tte ,t interests of our 4tat9 i, one
re.asonity we want him rIelected,
If yw U yea valuable plee obfproperty
you3 :Vould lbe foolish to dispose bf it at
a red uoed price when tby holding it, it
rwoud f.,radually advance. This ap-
plieiln this ease to Mr. Tallaferro. He
oa8 been to Washington and we all
know he has accomplished a great
Many" thing that were left undone for.
more than 4 decade, and he is ready to
do more good for the people of Fior-
ida, A.The people of Florida will make
a sad mistake If they fail to elect
the Hon. Jae. P. Taliaterro.
"For Over Slxty Years.
Mr. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has
been used by children while teething.
It soothes the child, softons the-gum#,
allaya pains, cures winid oolic, and
is the best remedy for diarrhoea.
twienty-flve cents a bottle. Sold by
all druggists throughout the world.

Offers VeryLow Rates on FollowingDates

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l aO r ,i. aidz di. ( r,',

Af itrrfielf! & e!h 0;

Anheuser- 0usch B inguAs a
Dra arswr of tho .f mo foBiudwee. MlIche o,..
black Tan. Pale..piowr. P0eto. Aiuheu er.
Standard. ZXxporsl Pale es.4 ,xquiit.
Orders promPtly flilel by
J. F. EDWARDS, Wholesale Dealer Oigalhevlllie an Oeala, 1la.

*Florida East. CoaRy.

LOCAL TIME CARD No. 4.. In Effet 1ay 28,190

Mo.99 No. 29 TATOs
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a 9 O aQi 4* Lv" .. .............Jaoko n lle. ....... ... .Ar
S 3 i t 0 9 ...................Soja ksonville..............Lv
y p 0psl556a ............... ... Auguilui e........ ...........
S a 1 28a .................... ........ ....
P iV i a a t. ..... .. ..... ,P l! tca ........ ........ L.i'v
a ,. aiLAr............ .R.LsO O ......... ...
a 0 i~... .la.^ ...y.tuo....... ...... ....
S..... .............. i M nto ..................
-s .Dua p .......... ..... a M o ................. .
S .......... ...................
SO I.p.....................
6i6 p ...8 .p.....................................
S i, t I P.................... OrmI nd ......................
S. ................. .. ...... .. ... ...
S. --i p ...................ortOrang .... ........
Ia s t ....................T l ieb ya................
5 i .....................ok ilt.................
S.................. .........
' u s t p ap .... :.................. P oan .. ....................
L' .i p.. ......... .... Dobklero .............. ....
t a. .j p................ l ........ .....
p it .................... lMtlan ..
tO I I ......P ................ Pe e .....L da..................

t So ai .. ..................atmon city...................
fet98Ai 4 0 p...................... ...........i..............
ii L a' a p ..................... Jens .e ..... .............
I DO.... A............. 1obeiound................
9 ."< ]" (,6 p ................ W eit Jupiter.................
7 ...; ............ W et Palm Beaeli........... ....
g I- .....................Boynton ....................
5 160B$a i .p .................... .Delry... ..... ........
S01 a .i P .t dr.............
f 6 92 i t t| ................... Halla&ndale ...................
a 4 0 6 i t ............... .... Iemon City ...................
___ v1 ia l *P I i*..... *.... ....... M iam i ...............-,...tv
flrTTT'lal8T0T P.li' f"B In "ccrAT rn TT sM90

Colonist Tioketa to Calfornia, Utah, . .
Nevada, New Mexioo, Arizona., Oolo.- "
rado. Oregon. Wathingrton. 'Montaba, BA OID BLASOH. OSLArT COITY B3LA"C)OH.
Idaho, Wyoming. on sale until June 16. ionA NO R. O A OIT .
St. ouiaa'nd Return P 1y... Di.., tc 0.
ONE FAREI PLUS 35 CENTS. On sale ...........M ...........rfS87p 800p OlO 1Lv. V m rn..Ar lp s7 10
June 16-17.rood toreturn until June 25th ........ Otren........... Ar fi 2 i a 84tp1 1 a Lv kHel A 1 s 00
S.... i.....Jnerale .......... 16iI c1 t so i.v.orle City.sr ,
San-Franciaco, Los Angeles and o.. .... .... ..T ,,..on..,,- -.. ; O.,s
W. X3____E2A ..No.O11 26-R
Return stif i' D l, a51 i AYPOBT 1 .. j'at a
National neamptzdent 4. A. R. Ttk- BAO. e Daly. Dy. I ly.
eo on sale July -1 to August i3. Good i
to return until October 15. 4 i ....ast,..m 0
Denver, COl., and Return !:....Jt::lO...OL, le It .lI8o:!! A,
On aale June 3o to Jly 9th. Good tore ...... p......L s 0oo a 7 o0& s 5 s
turnntaAugu t. / he Ti Tbl ho the amesa whieh trains ma he e&necta to arl-ve and dpar
I en e ale station. thir arrival or departure at the ti n*eil stetatd isl hot mon t ae
Through h Eulltian sleeping oar daily between 2 SS aosmaia. li for any delay or _onsofue iuitgi the.
JaokaonvUlea Maoon. Atlanta, Chattanooga.,
avle fnd St. Lun. Free redUnlnr ciSr L A l i

traok Ile between Chtiago and she Ohio
.,er. Gr el6li.Partc ulars. te ke t" and pampah- 'I 1 "" ourn SOUN.. "" o.... I4 : -I
t reehur................5la... !.rROnAt, g.lrti..o.. .ig tan
FREDD. MI.LL RT. P. A., grpse ......l.o..... w o Iaon ...oe" "s
No. 1 Briewn Bcdg., Atlanta, a r ... ..; .... .. Cal Ia n n ......
N ash i ll A nd g tiL-.N P ee reclin.ni oti 'K E Y .1= q
car et I.as"..e ad S.,,L- ,,;.nd A-N.D.H.,V,,,


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via Lo uM k ot ato
Firut-eius round trip tickets from
Oainesvile on1=ale JulyI 81 to August
18 ooreadpondig trate, tfron, other
pota. Tioks good going ie route
and retturnlni another. Favorable
Stop-over arrangements. Final" limit
October .
Round trip rates to several polnto
West ald ornhwit.t .
SFor ful lInformation add rem
J2 t W. jI1., PIe.4 Pw i .At.

ShISRD iIi lirA[

o0r e 7of Lee t Tlma orct o tt.O Intformation 'uiL.-e.S any' AsnL.
J. P. 1L4jUmj, Aet. eCm. e -.. I n., TS. AUo9Tl..rGa :

Lyos Grotto
Underneath the Aragon Hotel,. Forsyth t.. between
Julia and Hogan, Jacksonvile, Fla. '

Heaqa rters for 66, Echo Springs, Wilson, nte
:Canadian Club, guaranteed 6ye .ot whiskies ,
66. * .. ... .... .$1.50 per quartor $5 00 er
Eho Springs....... ..1 50 0 .
Wil :... q* 4quarts for :.0
Atllrdes a specialty. Write pr eit
other goods and call on me when in t o~hty:-
S1- JOHN A.' LYON, O JaNE, opw i r 1 I

I"Exctiion to -' ., .

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;Thre Witf lat gTopics of Interest
: Reig '*lenn ,nfl Y-'. Consolidation of
Schools tl c
The -o'o'e loP f school officers,
announoom *itpO which was made
several day~ go, will be field in the
antitortan ~tbte ainesvihe Graded
Sand Hiigh S $&atXurday, August 15,
, +when every a~iurvisor, trustee, teach-
per, and ott ers4Aterested are invited to
be present.," '
At this Convention a great many
matters of vitalimportance to educa-
tion and thb'l~iool .ill be discussed,
principals. Oa which will be the con-
solidation f scOhools and the traitns
portatiof. ( pils. The principal
speaker iSthis'- tltject will be Hon.
Geo. P. Gi z ot, Jacksonville, super-
intepdento public instruction of Du-
val county d4 one of the most widely
known edudiators in the State. Mr.
< GlenniBt14 originator in this State of
the idea of consolidation, which has
proved .,, popular and effective
throughoaUti sections of t91e North.
Prof, Gle4en, as well as other eminent
educatotsi declare that by method of
consolidation the schools are enabled
to employ better and more competent
instructors, thus making tlie advant-
age the same to the city and country
children-.: ..
It is expected that this meeting
will result lil great good mutually to
the teachers and the pupils of the pub-
lie schools, and indications are that it
will be largely attended. The meet-
ing was to have been held early in Au-
gust, btil oWing to the absence of Prof.
W. M. HOl way, who is serving upon
theHig chool Commission at Talla-
hasseb ft an indefinite period, it was
deemed visable to postpone it.
'. ABoVsWbrm Medicine.
H. P. Kumpe, druggist, Leighton,
Ala., writes "One of my customers
had a, child which was sick, and threw
.p all fbod-,y'< uld retain nothing on its
stomach. pe bought one bottle of
White's Cream Vermifuge, and it
brought up.19 wormns from the (iid.
It's the-boss worm medicine in the
world." Whitens Cream Vermnifule
is also the children's tonic. It im-
proves their digestion and assimula-
tion of food, strengthens their ner-
vous systeW and restores them to the
health, vigor and elasticity of spirits
natural to childhood. 25e at Jolns.ian
Bros. -
The Barbc, Disappeared.
"Billy"- Fontaine of Macon, (ia.,
who ]as been employed in his l)rofs-
sion In this city for the past tew
mornthbsthe latter part of which lihe
pas been in.the new Owene shop, West
Main street 8., made a rather sudden
departure Monday evening; and it is
said that he' has' returned to N.Manwo,
"it old home.
~~a.4ha told W. J,. Williams, tem-
poraryki pager of the tonsorial insti-
tution at 1hvbh he was employed, that
he intended leaving Gainesville in a
few weeks, but Mr. Williams had no
idea that head reduced' his calcula-
tionjto few hours. When he re-
turned to the shop after supper M1on-
day evening he ascertained that the
"rooster had flew the coo p."
It is not known how Fontaine stands
financially wth the peOple in Gaines-
ville. _______
Offto White Springs.
The exooraion to White Springs over
Sthe Gainesville and- Golf was fairly
well patrokimed yesterday. Those who
took advtatege of t opportunity to
visit the famous Suwannee Rirver re-
sort and turned last night report a
delightful time, and +ay they are well
pleased wl.h the springs.
Tiee i being goo4 for three days,
a nuntberof the exCursionists remain-
ed .....ve.. ...
New Subscriptions-.
The followlag names have been
added t the'li t of -.ulbcriptiion for

the iy Sith. mos.umentt fund,
-thronugb Ms. J. F. MeKinstry, Jr:
Hon.AC. A .Oroon Tallahassce 5 00
W.8. Bxter... ... 00
the ..zt.ber ie.HF.


Ascended Mt. McKinley.
Seattle, Wash., July 2S.-.A dispatch
from Dawson to The Post Intolligen
cer, says that United States District
Judge Wickersham and the members
of nis party have returned to RaPtA-
part from the ascont of Mt. MicKIn.
ley, the highest peak in America. A.
mammoth glacier 400 feet high wai
encountered. A river near the imoun.
tain was named Wickersham for the
judge. and a huge peak near McKin.
ley was named Deborah, In honor of
Mrs. Wickersham.
Lumber Land Sales Withdrawn.
San Francisco, July 28.-Prelimlna y I
to the Impending consolidation of the'
land departments of the Central and .
Southern Pacific. railroads, which event d
Is to follow the appi'oachlng retire.
ment of Jerome Maddel now Rand
agent of the Southern Pacific, Pres.'-
ident Harrlman has ordered the -with.-l
drawal from salo of all Southern P-
eifle lumhnr lands in Oregon and Wash,
ington and all Southern Pacific oilf]
lands in California.
Immoral Business Charged. .
New York. July 28.-More' than a
score of places in Manhattan and
Brooklyn licensed as employment bu-i "
reaus, haIve been ordered to cease bus. 5
fness 'by th' major's secretary be.
cause of the fact that they have Been
found to he caTrying on an Immorai

Giawer Beer. [ 5 1 OXX MOW AX*. a f *e. 4
An excellent ginger beer may be pr*- p ep s by
pnred in the following manner: Take I -O- -a---
two ounces of bruised ginger, two j Fki l a' -;y JothjnwI Br0.. Oftinesvkle
ouintn'S of cream of tartar, two pounds
of lumip su, r, two lemobs cut to slces
with the rind left on; put all thele ito
a, large pan or pitcher and pour two II
gallons of boiling water on them. LAt RIlaoes* rtd bberM in
this.stand for several'hoturs, stin It, Itsa *
and whvn quite cold add a tableispon-..
ful of brewers' yeast and let It reman
In the ginger beer for twelve hour, s. l, N
Ther kim off the yeat and bottle $ #' I a d -dl e
r Press the corks very firmly 8r dodw n4 d F tHr
nnd the them. It wUl b -eady i for se 9OUT SIDE SQUARE OAINEV1A. lrOItDA
in a week. t 1 . :
.ap.irket pr*ie paid for Ohisken Egls ased other Pr.du4n .
GOnce-JIut see how much your --it---
tie wife loves you. Sbe 9=ad this A Oom roee took of Hay, Corn Oats, our, Bran, .Meal, Ostton" NM#e
cake for you all by bere. and We l o the Y B8OEST goods yt the LOW "
Arthur-Ye*, my darlitg. And, now .M.Ot. .- t 'P: oi tatleaattiitn talwars,
if fou will cat it all by your lf I Il ali ._M _04 .! j ...- .-. L. j. a
posPesI 1Id isputable proof of your do. 1
votion.- iabg *i'r PrIM&I rI .
sbe no tIt.
He--tf I should kifN you whbt would
SlI oevermanWgc unt ilCOTTON DEPARTM ENT.
-But If It s should ars"s- ....
"orI'd et t face to face"-T-ie R. -- '
or .. ___,,__,_,_____.___

"I never send out a story for'pbutea-
flon," said Dullpath, the reIsNtt, *ltb-
out first baring sJOpt ovg it."
*"1 don't ibele, rye ever read ow- f.
them either without dolXg tbh is
thing." returned now SO.

* X p-v4" taw,, o, og W""e.
ISu. sawh a.i

Advanc. madle. W rho free. Wi ^i
ma le by letter. d

......... .. I.

Verdict in Case of Annie Pink'yey and
Others in Favor QfDpefendants.
In the case of "he State vs. Annie
Pinkney et al. upon a charge of tres-
pass upon the lands of 1C B. Williams,
which has occupied the attention of
tle county judge's court for the past
t, 'odays, terminated yesterday in the
rendering of a verdict by the jury in.
favor of the defendants.
Williams is a white man and the de-
fendants are three colored .women.
Cols. Robt. E Davis and J. A. Car-
lisle represented(l the defendants.
Saloons Cl(sed in Bremerton,
Tacoma. Wash., July'28.-The sup[.
rPor court has appointed secretary
Moody, together with the mayor lnd
council of Bremerton in their effort
to einse every saloon In Bremerton, ad-
jacent to the Puget Sound navy yard.
A decision to this elTeet has just been
hanJod down in a case brought by
some saloonmeelpers to nullify an ordi-
nance passed closing all saloons. An
appeal has been taken to the state su-
premot court, but in the meantime all
saloons have been 'losed.
Mountain Crimberi Make Record.
Portland. Ore., July 28.--4. L. 'iaivk.
ins. who returned Sunday from a trip
from the Three Sisters, a tri-peaked
mountain of the Cascade range, about
10o,() feet high, says that onMonday
last two members of his party, E. H.
Loomis and R. L. Glisan, achieved the
hitherto unrecorded feat of scaling
the North Sister. The other "B'i.
tell's" have been ascended several


Nailsi, Wir.e.Pipe.,

Bought In Oar LLots. Old In1AS

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Public; > nusu

CauIs of N Alt'iU..S i NI )l:l v-. nil iE-i, .'I
Wvaitt good clo'les.

Verdict f ,;
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Ow1 e tlr I ti Prti.t}l r ,l
l ltr tl 1;. rf ie,, C o' rl
A.\I1 n,'n, who wish to dross
,.it iill ,g unhesitatingly to


N. B.-Marcus EKndtel sells the famous "Hahst-Clothlini.ln-lthe
World," mane by Schlos Bros. & Co., of lBaltimore.


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NOTI .OI t'tVT E i.t-t.ANt

UBalt 'kino for this trynhgif c tir mtie,htt
tune tloner thlmn other, ooslMtruOtn. V-
best materlhtl. aw\t moot artmtto':
t', to dat in evtry
doitan antiu

Sold by uwa emtimioualy or
without a single failure. If you:,-
want a piano for a lfetimoL'a l
service buy the .

PriMe. as.aow ims oto onaistns wire ttuaSU$it
OMh or on easy tomra. Swena o ut t 44 *'
trial. We pay tralmsf ':'Write .
for prides '% ;;Q4y

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tfte4 ^vh a(tpit,4l of 195.0O
Supple 4 W0,ine 1ftrom'
WOOtit '.4 we~tg ;, ,all of
l "r'SOtO' ,f th'lorida soil.

lw lrealel# another Floridas
( ^ s;#a pajthio berry., The
Slompan' will :in future be4
S We Asim1 street,

sni a prt., al pr ofoMi,
as Opnpaay1 rigw
p(.^,^bo ^*ltne r. ..phe. in
he. Mett.o onpanyt llb e 'eat
isw(ll go on the' road4 tr the

S es, .Men M irteestar.".

POSrIOjW' ac(.urtel de:t. "Oc Opari,
p t ..al ...t. otirlno Corn.
sonped of the uollowig we ll
lnees in ad e i ant.,!l,-er'. s r
..'1. "o. dan .4resie d t, o'
Tine7ir thie beet s knov; and
iBoepfitl linesaeese meatIn Flotr-

asBDusnj frstricefprealldentr

n'who bas :made a ;ahnme

rs;t:r tCe

0ia MOctM
S.f a elt of
N 0 0

d t *i' it feor Sohetwa
S, P P
h BAif othe r euthi
'e b' QA 2 trk .pent

sOeaL pleisthpy. *I hs we e

,M$.ers1 4t t* 4 Mon0a0 .

pttg es pp ir idst with bet
.i.teor, Mr., '4 Sahnetf1Jo0 th, ;of Ev-
Insto. ,' :
Miss irntile Itl"2 ui6 1' legve today
6r? $,;.^ etetgr, l ^ e phe -will.
fpeind a ouple pr weeo Oview ing thI
Miss "M^a "et ne ta.' of our-
t4o ri so li, ho now
,hat ,tt psZtol, i Ala-
b~.,1i t4h, i qf her mother this
1 fyarti-a '.hlip, w. wel teogret to
Ser arpped ,4 Yenext Walek.
f)t p pre hero thizs week
.reparin the A.,G. '4I@ wateW tank
^ 8losh4 Holder of te Oeatral City
.(ent Suwndty It our midet."
r3hn Adan oVf 8Saiford, tis visiting

Phunology is usually taonght to
IAe been AIrt eapounded by Gall and
8 ^rshezliF and to be a comparatively
dern so called "cence." But It
bptii bq treo- bOck to the sixteenth
. U)ed at tthat time by "IMtaySter Jbe-
ii*ne'ot BrunyxiewltIe" is a profle of
a6iead on which are most distinct-
if X marked phrenological attributed.

tfu ,Mo a t twho has'. .. Maginativ." occupies the place now
e4t 4 wit~hi the Armour Igin on the barts to 14elity;"
5 ,nths tagte,. J- antasla"' take tlte place of the mod-
tW::'r e, oa ur i', ; ckso _'e norvilo 6sx'osa&," "estloantla" of
"'' tia Is i 'veni nstea4 of "hope." The
t^ e lncd Widely lotnown business author states that the brain bath cells
a t, siessjfuilunanier6.. ochamberas and each cell contains a,

s y and man th parts may be expressly seen In
f*a sondvlle,'n opert[adver- the figure of the head. Phrouologists
o perienoe and well can nt least diselalin against their
tomo, ae reoee oand wll beliefs being newfangled. London
w *to amal as ess ofa" busk- Chronicle.
Setlhist* iand progressive ad.
i y lys at 4importatt part, as Is I It EtHqette.
,I< th this omipana. Tipping the 'hat Is a rare thing among
iql, the. oor 0oM director and WOK) when there are no women around.,
S sarie uch well known men A. fewflne old telows cherish the habit
4aillan vepre en pp to 4ebh other and t o stran-
aa te o- s hen inttoduck. but ordUarily
olidtted Naval Stors o e- hand never touches the bri vi. In
ksovled lage bulnesa .oflves there Is o sort of etl-
t* c.Q orator; RI. J. Riles, the quqtte. .*M6n Iz the sweep and rush of
A, on. of the, best kuaown and busineae hsav no time to give thought
poplar- business nen in the to hats. But certail decencies should
AW. P. iNilth, ot WNeW .Smyrna, prevall, on entering a private omiee
o ieletor of Voldulat onUnty look at the head of the occupqnt. If
Mwistary, editor(if the -neLues- he has hts hat on,"keep yours on; t his
*ad ts ento. ir Shat to off, remove yours. The removal
i^ And State senatOr for Al- 0.of your hat is a compliment, and a
uit@y SE. Thonmpon, general courtesy and does not ndcate that you
luer f the St. Augustine. Record ~re inferior ow subservient,-New York
lll (;*o.e T. .g0hj of Athen Press
;iSontherni mniager of the New
w 1h4eansurIns, otmpany; L"Ak. "Madar." replied the judge ternly.
.leigh. cshier of the Bink of Madi-. "o must answer the question. What
,A. H.WeajiK t Madisop who ** a your s'.
i- -ntere0e throughout t Wthe bort the same year' your
.i and whoe na.mem 15 o` o honoi r WIs. That would make me
ihjitability, progress and iueiets in ahbot"-
-tuilnee world'. "'t *tsu'tn ucesattry to go int9 partic-
.. __, ..... u Interpo.setld the- judg6 -at-lBy.
IRimrkable Oure or blarrhoea. ".-Getitmen. have you any further use
oont ,six years ago for ,te fflst for the witness. oU mtoay stand aSide.
,ny life-I had a sudden "aid amni." &11
reattack of diarrhoea," says Mt. A T'o.rae lte Rmw.
ftiler, of Morgan,, Twxas, ,'tf "I've como." said te visitor, 'to ee
ceporary relief, but it cimea. bak why ywtr etled me a political jobter to
id again, and for six long yeat o l today", t
4*4ered more misery and agony e W'rt that eor of the t
a fn. tell. It was worse tha qtte a muc a aiyou," riled t ed-
*-[*hsaban&# peat .ledr--ed- ,
lot. physicians' presoriptoMa u G.t mean ...al
laent without avail. Finally al wrote lobbe u--
to Bosque county, our pre. tmctly/'-.Phiadelphla Pres.
aull :one day I haprnned to
tisement of Chamberlaiun'.. S p"lipue t.rs.'
tPlRi. of, a n ;An who chad a-d mudd 0mpnexion.-wb, a- r so
.*by It. The oase' t o 'itog
B^Z'C Aemi S huLt Fnitniolitile: t Rrlistti oerqipla age~destuv tnbg% o^

Was Wasting Away.
The following letter from Robert R.
WatS., of Salem, Mo., is Instucotive.
"I have been troubled with kidney
disease for the last five years. I lost
flesh and neter Jfelt well, doctoMd
with leading physiolans and tried all
remedies suggested without relief.
Finally 'I trd F oley Kidney Oure
and leei than two boIle completely
oured me and I *m now sound and
well." Sold i-yWJ.W!eIollmam & Co.
1'.i.uskdar Appo nts ComitClsanaer. .
qus nua~y Jy a---The (overn-
missloners In dtffereont ectloua of the
country to prepare the. exhibits for
the St. Louis expaeSton. A speel
expedition will o. to the AneaaoAilc
and eastem rectns w t- the eaep -

p*-a M.2

Gala ek o 0pBghi f Npvembtr (E.
So'1; p ,Si f the Attrialonk,.
oae uv^iMllp, VkM.. yi^ rly '27.-The
dai Uv*l!;d ad.s' rrnilval will 'be
held4 during'he week 1gitning No-
ve oiber 24 It will take the plaeI of
the el W hiee ch, Which haa been the
regular fall feature in this city for a
numberof 1yeart. and it winl far exceed
anythin-g 0f the kind ever before at-
.tpted.iz ithe- South. The grand
prphenade which wil lead to the ear-
nival stadii.s will be e6teked througAh
a great Greeit arch,. literally Covered
witi eleetrc lghts. In, this prome-
nade wiftl b.e nber of"free attrac-
tios&an!i_, 0,ther side Iwill be lined
Ihe va rio. 0i, Show* with'. every obv
jeftfioabi e*tre eliminated from
them,, s0ripetbg entirely new, unlike
th'le formnei9 teen'in Cthis State. 'In
the stadltimi, iobh i" nothingg more nor
leis tan a nimbense asphithea er,
there will be "ttractiQns of national
4and in torotionial interest.
The Utnted 8(ates government t will
send. a troop of:rough 1-Tders from the
Seventh Ulnited, States Cavalry that
surpassese ,tnyth fg of the kind ever
before seen. 'ew people' km' that in
the regular arrt there i re so many
skilled horsemen whose daring .eclipseS
anything ig attempted by the trained
owboby showmen of the Buffalo Bill
order, ,
There. will be -uph f.mnous exhibl-
tions ass the La tDays of Pompeil, with
over two bandied people., in the east,
and the mostWn nfloent extibitlon of
firdworki ever soen sooth of Manhattan
Beach. There "will be a wrestling
match foet the -ihampioniship of the
world between Tom Sharkey, the fa-
mous heavyweight, and Tom Jenkins,
the prqsent champion. The band con-
certs *ill be by Conterno's famous
New York band of fifty pieceO, and
scores of other attractions of no less
Jnxportanne4 American and British
warships are expected to be in the
St. Johns
The-'0arnival will cost several thou-,
sand dollars to produce, and it is safe
to say 50,000 visitors from all' over
Florida and the Southern States will
be present, .
The men who are behind the Jack,
sonville Carnival assure its success.
W. R. Garter, editor of the Metropolis,
is president-, George W. Wilson, editor
of the Times-Union, is treasurer; J. A.
Holloman,, editor of the Industrial
Record,, is seoretaryE; H. P. Cary, dis-
trtietpiaengr agent of the Southern
Rai*lWay is general manager;. D. U.-
Fletcher, ex-mayor of Jacksonville, is
attorney, and the directory also i.-
oludes H. A. MOEaehern, vice-presi-
dent of the Contolidated Naval Stores
Company, bank director and promi-
nent; financier.
All Druggisats and Medicine Dealers
Will Buy It IBak.,
You assaim no risk when you buy
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoa Rermedy. All druggists and
medicine dealer will .refund your
money if you are not satisfied after,
using it. It is everywhere admitted to.
be the most s0aoeesfatl remedy in use
for bowel conaplaints and the only one
that never failed. It is pleasant, qa&e
and reliable. '
Fall Restoreo Lost Powers.
New York. July 28.-Ten days ago
Mrs. Bridset. H1prley of Bayonne, N.
J.. who was Il and demented, was"
lean!ng out ol a window on .the third
floor of i r home. She lost her bal .
auce aml fell. No doubt was felt
by the hospital physicians that the
shock would prove fatal. Now they
havo (a scovt-:e'f that It haa restore
her lost power : and It..l sjbeiteed.alhe
will recover from her phyasal In'ju-

SThe Vaod
Ithei Smoko#e
.. r

ro. m (of AfkanrMam thodft OonferoarewIwtiMO) 'Bnolosed Snf U cNt. *
ckuqeR,$TlIN We wnder bow we have rased children withouOtt. Theoalsi t lray to XlW
1oGri oa e aeckane and It came ate most opportune tim.e;'ur babe was In qaadoue coudlUo.!Il4b.w~abs4
isenttad dcomion tow dayi. and nothing that we gave did any good;I the mdeoT done 0 save
protrell ndhemb no.urthetronub. Other member e of She s th. have. r
SpeTan*a. CO __'


I [Ixooa3po'at ed3.


Abstracts of T'tle and full information furnished regarding. lantds"a this
county. Our manager has lived in this county thirty years and
is thoroughly conversant, with land titles.

senting a number of prominent Arner*an and English companies -

G-rie -ve7-iEle



Palatka, Fla.

Fine Wims, Liquors and Beer.
Bottle Beer a Specialty. Mail orders will,have prompt
attention. Shipment made day order is received.
Write for prices. Goods boxed if desired.

Take The Atlantic Coast LiT

SVia Via iA .j Via
il Dapot M Dupont P. Ath & 0. T Daponl. or
ItI or Iai or LI|I|I Steamsbip V | J44vU. e a"
Ioljnv IjacsonvlUe lne VUW Monaomrt

Rapid Transit and Unsurpassed Service

Time Table in, effect May 24, 1908.

Depart For


Arrive Fron

8 4 pi High S rings and Inter- 8-25 pm:
Iaily ____ mediate Points *Dai
2:87 pm Ocala., Leeeburg and Tampa, and 8:40m in
Daily Intermibediate Points Daily
2:26pm Palatka. Dajtona, Jaksonville, p1: pan
.D.ly Worth,3Sast and W"pt Daily
11:40 ami High Sprinp, Wayoross, Savannah, Brunswiek, :Il pa
Daily Albany, Atlanta, all Points North, East West Daily

-- 8a: tpm Rnaene. M ioanopy and Citra asam

SSoD&am High Springs
a aD$ya

Uto~i fteota Atiant L... an" ..d.. -.hBWB Da!
*d A7rfa aj;
% -' "

THE CG AR that's proR
of its name, because its'
quality is always thesaqe;.
The only smoke tfiat
never changes in '
aroma or in price.

The Largest Seig
Brand of Cigars
;in the World


AtIiAr One Way

I: Th llie Railroad
P i,'none way
W an Missis-
.sippi.. nini|ati, 0.
L^lIl IndV'ill .ii., Pa-
St. Louis, NlMo.,
a dueiS.ia In basing rates
SfrWlp (tickets not to
sbe 'lis proper). for
point O4s 'P fthe line of the
Frisoo t ,eiuphis to Kansas
City)tg poits in Flor-
ida, (e l Wh and South Car-
olina atid i located oit this
system, or lN> ch the company forms
partofaf anoat1N zed ticketing route,
at following rates dnder conditions
Rate-One-f al-f).f the standard one-
way fare, plu $2. 0 Q
Dates Qf sale-~rMarch 3 and 17, !903,;
April 7 Tand l' 103; May 5 and 1(.
1903; Jtune'2.#nd160, 1903; July 7 acnd
21, 1903; AuguSt14 4ind 18, 1903; Sep-
tember 1,and15,, 1903; October 0 andI
20, 19081 November 8 and 17, 19o3.
Limit--ContihidOUs passage.
Oonditi.o0-. ontraot and each cou-
Spon of tic.ete: be faced w'secoid-
class, not good in parlor or sleeping
Here are some of the staple crops of
the different sections of this territory :
All vegetables and small fr'tits,
peaches, ppars, grapes, figs, oranges,
pineappleiB,gi ra qfl*uit, wate relons,
citrus and other fruits, wheat, corn,
oats and other' graihs, tobacco, cotton,
peanuts.hay, rioe.
The polloy'f the Atlantic Coast Lilne
is to foster ill developments along its
It claims that it is the greatest
trucking toad in America, and it pro-
vides every facility for getting farn,
-garden and orchard products to thle
northern markets in the best possible
condition, in shortest time, and at low-
est rates. .
In no part of the country is there a
greater abundance of game and tish
than on this line.
Northern farmers are invited to
write for formation ill detail about.
the territfty of the Atlantic Coast
SCures Sciatica.
Rev. ".JU r, L, l. 1) Cuba,
.ar'we ork, writes: "After fifteen
days of excruciating pain from sciatic
rheumatism, under various treatments,
' I was induced to try Ballard's Snow
Liniment, the first application givicig
Smy first relief, and the second, entire,
Relief, I can give it unqualilied rec-
Sommendation. 25c, 50c and 1l.00 at
Johnson Bros.
One-Way Settlers' and Round-Trip
Home Seekers' Rates.
The Seaboard Air Line railway have
arranged the following attractive rates
to Manatee, Braidentown, Ellentoil and
Sarasota, Fla:
From Ohio River Gateways.
One-way 'settlers' tickets endorsed
second clfss, not good iii parlor or
sleeping ears, to be sold to all points
on the U. S. & W. I. R. R. and S. S.
Co. line at rates based one-half of the
firrst-clasve limited fare, plus $2 V00.
^Tjckets will be sold on the lirst anid
thdl Tuesdays of each month, to and
incli t .&.ovember 17th, 1903.
Home *e1ters' excursion tickets to,
Parrish, Ellentbn, Palmetto, Braiden-
town,, Manateg, Oneco and Sarasota
(agency stations), at one fare, p.lut
$2.00, forth round trip. Tick-ets will
be sold onthe first and third Tuesdays
of each month, to and including No-
vember 17th, 1903, with final limit
twentyone days from date of sal'.
Tickets willabe good to stop-ove'r on
Seaboard AirLine railway en route on
going journey within fifteen-day
The Seaboard Air Lipe railway.
have issued pme very attractive' ad-j
vertising matter, covering these -rate. i
which isr belig distributed extensively
through the liorth, East and NO-tLh-

Domestic Troubles.
It is exceptional to find a family
where there are no domestic rtp tur es
oe.Pasionaly but these can be letssened
by having Kig's New Life Pill
around. Much trouble, they eave by
their great work in stomach and liver
biut cure." 260. at all druggist.
Summer TOurist Rates Via Atlantic
Coast Line.
Tickets ate On Sale via the abxrve
popular rout to the principal summer
resorts th g at the country. Tick-
ets are goo ltgarning until Octotber
s t e, Tberal stop-over privi-I
* x, a -f d ,, If.v' O ng
For Pau S srvations. rates, etc.,
kse te i or write Frank V.


Sinve Manrk.-t. It, M-ipro,:e.o.
Tlhe latr,,r c(-ities tof Mo co till
hauvr slave' imnarkets, it witwhil ulicionis
Ire heldl t(wicet- ; week. Girls fetch
from $25 to $250. nac(ording "to their
bloelitlty, which is p)iracticlly synony-
inous with lwelght. Most of them come
froin tinh Bsdianii. Tlite lot of a Moroc-
can sinve is )(>tt r thali that of many
servaints hi Eurol)ep. F'ew care to gain
' their freedoin.u"( tristians are not al-
lowed to libuy slaves In the cyes of the
Molinniedaun they rank far below
the slaves.
Beating Off a D0oW.
If a (log springs for a man. the lat-
ter should guard his face with his
ar ti and try to meet the annimal with
his forearna. With the right hand he
should aittoempt to catch one of the ani-
nmal': front law8s. 'The paw of a bull-
,dog Is ultra sensialtive. If,, It can be
caught ai vigorous squeeze will make
the aimiiiiial howl for mercy and retire
"Young man." suld her father kindly,
"you look n little bit nervous. -How do
you feel?"
*"I feel flattered." replied the girl's
lover, who haid nsked for the Interview.
"I w:s afraid i looked scared to death."
-E xchugte.

In the Klndewrarten.
Tencher-What cones after "t."
Ituth-The fellow what's going to
marry any sister Jane.-Puck..

.Ik - ... iv

One Thing at a Timne
.I can't afford to advertise on
a large scale." sald a merchant
lately, "and with cty varied stock
I wouldn't know where to begin
on a small scale."
I I* laeniMeom fri-OT tha
the Aidvrtis-l m lla stVOeW
be wholl *.took.
In point o fact it never does,
even with the most lavltb advere
tirs. and. If It d(lid. few reult
would bL a jumble of prolixUity,
The troe policy r to select one
article at a tln so th lt
xoderatelT priced and meetinK
the want of the day-and p046
that at the popie.o-Paae4Pb

Toe wo tnvtd to to7 tbii
plan De cotmins case
a& wit v ,et &on&
=0.^ .Ub .


Those Offictal. Are Usually Ready to
RteetRty Mimltnukens.
A bank other, refer-ing in a recent
address to tLhe res)(ponsibillty of paying
teoilers, declares that the idea that such
ofeittin.is ee rarely wll4iilg to rectify
nistalk.s. h i( little b isis in faret. He
tdded: '1ilolw is it ti there exists in
the liin4ls of in l.ly tl.he idea that pay-
ing toellrs ;l'. ilitlillIi to re 'ent even
the s; i-,s !i (:..it the Illm ke errors
l < ai' ; i.;. ;. y ; l iivl never
klulint li ,d i;>;ile the slightest
'ii i ii ,1 i :, -. \ hvio has not
l i. : "1'i kj ;,:u( ,'t; t, ih story of
* h tl s,,'- v,* '. ..^ i :, i I I ii lSon for
'",:' 1 *- I ~e .. . w'k if lie had

l)1*.1i l :;- i ,'1 : 2 4 I4 *'4 .ii l ,ri t liot le
:44'," *, '. >i .'. ... '. i-', incli ned to
1)''ti' r'4 0 4 ': *- [**r p'ies in a
ll~I l ..- ,* : I *' .- "*. iii d .I tI tU U

S I i. : t ilil iile.i
h- l it, ..,r w it 2.l.
It tiI..- "i et I 'it

tli"i I lit. il. .: t ; t i ; I' it 'I 4 1 i'
Ill t1I Ip 144 t

to ll i,, ,.:l il ,i . 4.,' \',,, ,1 ( : i
to ,,i4 i ly it n 1 4 i tt I1 it' i .i, 1I4
' th it I ,t,,[ t' I c I..

and lullitit tII-I l t I y ,,- I, ., ':', (
Said o l i r i iJ I !: : ,, i i .-.
knowlelv e o4 n *rr'r i n' i: ,"
alnd ridiculous'"-, il :\ 1 ,-


Jacksonvill, .

r orida

.WM. SCHILI.EIa, Prorrietor.
182 W. Forryth st., Jacksonville, Fla.
Opposite Postoflloe.

Beat diiinilr place in city. Fine
Wines, Liquqr% astd Cigars.
JO HN N MEmNsZiES. Proprtotor.
s1io-21 w. hiay at,. Jacksonville.
Faust b er,/bott and draught. Don't
fail to ,nll ti n ie whei in Jacksonville

-V18it the-
The be' l iquors iii the city. Enter-
.tainmeni 'eery nighKt at Roof Garden

tI'. nuBig M for utnattural
ben% t di n sure ira nivl iixiiuv.
aw oata e..d I, t i> leoo., iand not 1hitril.
*0p IEVANSCIHIM L o .ent or poiloneut.
OUICISIUATlO Sold bh DIngglto5.
A. A. Or sent In ,lain wrapper.
"'' by express. rsopld for
0i u or la btle to lk
LCrcular ielt on r&qaUk

1 m"Ilt ., s' i < i t se itatio
frooreport o >l at. 1 I ,li, F or ltor it 1

pposit. $.St rtOn

Baypol, Pla. ,
Milt. It. B. TA^TLOR, Manirer.

fresh and salt water fishiug to be had
Inl Florida. Fresh and salt water bath-
I Ing to be had in a short distance from
hotel. Take the train to )irookhtovle
and drive over to 1hayport by prIvteo
1 conveyance. 7-12-2m

Wholesale and Retail


y oufar faut quartA old Mon.ntt WhIte $ 1
m.'esld- "r..... $4.20
rour n qaers od $4m2 U 04
Wh .-kei!y.. e .... .V
roour boittl4mes sde M'p MM 4 25
j Mcar' lto. xl'etm lirt ...... '*i
8D110 FO4 P51i0 ilO!
4 W. r. SEBBA.
o. W,. Bay at. JckstnVile, Va

8.. T.* 1IARA Prp

reli o x y M l

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The NORTH and WEST... .o "The Sapphire Country.'

NowO eat '. Dipl .
On Alll TIrIlfu

lliiti llCta "a
awa So $*
The *51

I OUTiRMN RoAI WAY. 1. P; AlY, Distrit Paig,,r Aat,
M i W. Bay Stt.*mt, J&mnMvtu.m, I*VAi
w. A. Tvn. P.T. M.. WMshnstta,. . 8. HammVW W P. Wash mnm 0DM., |.
W W. 1H. TAVUMA, A 0. P. A.. Attan, O.
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AWe will ship you, express prepaid--.-
4 full quarts HUihtin Olub.. ........ .".. ...'"''": '*4i.
4 full quarts eon og ntyland.. ........., ..I 1
4 full quarts Monogr sm.a ,yland, ..-, ,,,. 2 !:^:.
4 full quarts flanne's 44". ... ...... .,00.4.., i
4:full quarts SocDroil ....o..., ...," ,,,4
1 f l aa. rt Hunting l"b..... I '. .. .. ,

I. uflquartlouMogramU ry A-'71
12 full qufartehSoanne's ......t ,.t
12 full quarts oia a "1.Drop .. 1... ......

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([Sudeassort Seig or& Alde'ama].
Over Dutton & Qo's anals. Qaleatue
S teea iatentioato Orown and Brtidt work.
Phone T -
dreduate BIaltinore CotUere Dentti Surgety
Five years' experience in NewirYork OftY.
Crown, Brige work and Filling SteoeltIes,.
Orric nt IN mnD BlSobC OAINIBvrt.La F.A
and MAde New.
We buy .or sell Iurniture, or oan oeuttraok
with you on the comIntslon ba.sts. Patrotntge
i solicited and satstaotion always.




th. i tty yete is
d a ou M. a sone.I was tradh9g
V -7

es,. of ext- d f td. home, *05 .. Oak avenue,
A"...* Dr Tompklns was among the Mone-
co nItztrantor ahopy folks rwho paid .he county api-
yr to Shn ton~l avhisicyewterdayS. i

ii .. ** Dr. J. toPierson departed yesterday
SWefl visit' 't copefite for e few days.e -
7*ay u Born--To Mri asnd wro. Arthur arc-
43$ s y, the ea- gent, AfhoneW- bo The Sun and others

Sd rooms for is a v ery strengthening, beve age. I
k ani d upa te terdrm vagor, v and vitalit y.o e
4,I 04 t yound win- day fotheWes Ed in the interests
a, s. by of ctoe Duttor h sp rete Company.fry
iy'1 '' '.hurodapya.n Mrp, John W, E ptel and daghter -
"S^ ^^^ .......^^^,-. :""/ .. ^.d-yMrs. Waggoner ot Mobil e, have return,
.....id f Sited States ed hefrme a ,ier pleasar, t visit to Whites
i^e^ an o f- xte:,id churrhay for Or, pring.. Fo._ins
S 0 '0 viyestord to a brlef businsen trip to Paatka Mond

"B^^, t eon ofIs proml- other.points B
S: r Bhohsphe H ? .. wro,,Kennard, departed yester -
oun i-. day for Flemi ngton. here she willt
c lbe to'-,tln which bya ofo taveW, dtay. j' t C

of vist: &tor to rsWera oterdf MobC.i haved*

l&~ ?Ai of 00 Unit ltat es f o a divisiont saperinted hient
el-: d o. Nort. h d-towndie e oft heAtlantei Coast Line, departed
Sa1 t s o at Memie ye terday for Sanford and other points
ant s to the on oielalbusiness at eaa
rl,,w o theoui craver ofnte, tJe f- ieig sahic aom o a fer dy

l'o0"l: fed t o a0 t
4 i$t fs iY t h a er e r to sE rch e. A.n t Fo r dp iviion, was wprkingto toe
oy arf In Ta ered ebro and rest th.s itnyt iyestneey aM ,
inai"kdieie,, .Iat.t1 ft. a 'pe..pn a s t the o ts J. B. Jilo,de art well knowf
as ehi* :earu4 ed p n 't opJ J .ehureW grounch "Thsa and. .Bacessfui phosphate niner of-
t r arrithis evn o ndt heap tor EarlysBirdn was a boiness visitor .to
4p ha.-ioerr ythoe nl raiOl l t dou. to-this city yesterday.

a d ha friends The furetdre ardieetsof William Mrs.TJohn F. Bartleson and children,
oareway glad Qoldiha of .'North Gainevile were after a delightful visit to relatives and
. .... s pped to aupa yesterday. It ie un- frienqs.in fhis city, ha.e returned to
ti.1ef -d Adet Sodt'theits. v l, Oldh am. will re-y their home in acksonvisie.
9. 04per na end toai Mrt and Mtrss. W. W.rHampton de-
Sre Wanttd f to the'MAte y Oil and par- ed yesterday for eal, where the
^ tng~the $ e a B otathed oat 4 bout to fursh 'flaor w e
Sr oi wo d hho ein bio to funisa former go on yhrofessinal business'
'1tu sss t1ripito '-diO'- For We Bullock. end
Ou emonthfor ipd of one:ipear. For With His Honor Judge Bullok.
Wl^'* Mo H tle su 9 Wj U eV' o spee1licttotis see 4 Baird. d2taw-wtf W. W. .. tripling Wf Jacksonville,
S t s ur 't.o as, the efllient de- travelnR salesman and a melberb of
:snay ol... at the potofois on a' the wholesale grocery firm of W. B.
1r0JnOled North be taken (andi Ofns A

akt "r inethe niseto toie W esti e o:da r .tou5,.uid a hi. Wa 3ohn~ Comigitin, was working the
ore He exhibite4 in 'oa. During her absence trade in this city yesterday.
S f yesterday, bran6 thickly Miss te udeSh, s enploye at the Mrs. W. C. Norvell and daughter of
te th anb errids, which he delivery wind High Springs were among tshe' visitors
It to skind eerwillt th a St h s-route to Macon and Augusta, Ga.,
i,:ot ig It Florida. He. reports proving after an illness with rheouma- .ero thesoorn i the re c bo
So ighttfl visit. tism of Sevral days. He will likely mainder of t herspmmer. o
neer Ents-of the Diamond Ice be enabled to resume his duties as Chas. R. o arter, the popular eondue-
Ith his, usual energy, has aeunt of the Atlantic Oast ,Line in a pto on the Atlankei Coast u ine, en
^ ^P shl owr bath at the plant tw days, .,. .pecte to make hlo departure tn a day
p10 ....vbthath plan tew-dtovi11t'd'a' m dor two for New York and other points;
teOmpny adt h ti i nd are 0 a tideland i e In t lo' ssiaod where he will spend his vacation. He
a ed temp- avail themeelyes of the grand exour- will b-e relieved by' Cendbotor W. C.
nin dehcepera lhw be iven e to Tamopa Norvell of High Springs.
S s oh as the wter containsoer the Seo r e Wednesday, A. Goodwin and W. R. McKi stry
..po.tontat i t y $2, roand rose At thh early hour of 2 o'clock yes-
i'sby adeadsture cure forbrhe a- trp, goD reurio i-Utheree daIs. lot. terday morning and 'proceeded to Ala-
Iar N other diseased "Mrs., A. S.;B eville and. daughters, chua lake, where, if their word is to
S ad M .J C. Iey of Mlianopy Missesaulia and Mildreth,r will leave be taken (atnd these an tlemen have
anog the prominent visitors to Wednesday for Washington, Balti. never been caught In a lie) they book
t yesterday, spending the'.day moe ahd i4ewe! Del. They will make with a spinner o0 poundsds of black
friends. Mr. Ley is snot nly only brief vislts at Baltimore and bass.
( olde~ t, but' one of the imoy t Washington, ut will remain for rome Jas. R. Merchant, the efCaient bok,
l knowth mniastecs ine Florlds. L lme ehap.t Lwe as the guestsof roela keeper of The an, expects to made
IP's.,een enagedeimihe ae to iOend frie do. The many triendt(a aof his departure today for Toceoa, Ga.,
'theLo fot half a contnary. His Mrs. Bevilleandher'interestingdaugh- where he will recuperate on a month's
dmnds tr ghont theState are al- te' willwaish her a pleasant visit.- vaeation, Master Elmer MaCreary
way. glad to welcomed hip to their Times-Union, will accompany him as far as Jackson-
homes. Sheriff L. W. Fennell departed yes- vilie, returning tomorrow. The friends
.:' ttutlo in s directed io the adver- terdy for Ditton and Newbery. vie of Mr. Merchant wish him a pleasant
isement of the Harrison Houae, or- had In tlaustody two prisoners-- outing,
rNorth Oak avenue and E. Orange Janias Bathes, who was convicted of James Bell, an old Gainewville boy,
stret, whieh appears eliewhe rs in this laureoii.ir two c es and was sentenced but now a valued employee of the
,. ThIs po laer itlt SOW ,to' serve three amoh itt ash ease at jSouthern Express Company in the
at~4~' the management .f .W. ~'* the phospbate mines, and ile,,was taken capacity of. messenger, is on a brief
who- understad the business.. to Daton John Testament (C aan Ivisit to his friendahere, all.of whom

unghly. The house ha undergone I with an inapproprl*te name for a are glad to see him. Mr. Bell is now
btough renbvation and 1i frIt-laite ohimtnal) was taken taoNTwbery. Where running between Tampa and Sarasota
every appointment he rate 6he will be arraigned bol.re Justice .on the recently constructed West
O it may be obtained upon alpe ll I FQrtaoo upon a ehite of lareliy this Shore railway, and ip well pleased with
.I.4Farmer, editor' of tfe' Levy. te~nof three dionths at the inesl he declares h the coming country of
Jj^mocrat ; W, H1i. AundelaOn, Aftir a.pleaisn t vigi to relatives in Florida.
t~ or. of Levy county TO.ue Mr. ant Mrs. Voe Ilokl re- Louis PauttHig.-te .uiiortsumte
PE. P. Hardee. clerk of th storedd yeate rdi .to their' home in lunatic who has been raving at she
of vry.. county, and J. EH. "o8tsuaWe ,1?ht1Amiotnm oouny,where county jail for the past two wegksi
2 Btons.on arrived in lthe cIty Mr. Ht4k ha' for many yeais con- was taken to the Maytalm for the insane
i*enip .for the purpose 0f duotet a .-ostsueIl metantile at Ohsttahoichee MoadMy. Paulliaigs
,the esion of Galne eili54aWii0 I is ,tf thie most ivrol- the party to wham T ihe Su referred
f, 1 Arch ..Masons The two eati bie tpn his county, and Sunday ai annoyin the Inmates of t
UtienS were tutilated in the :ao o. .all prison iand the n theborhood'with his
,hw Ah "e and exwiho" tr '"to Ube en eated "ocal and nasal eTvItte. When he

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The. Iower Floor to be Used as Quar"
Liter iof the Gainesville Fire 'Depart-
Smpnt, Which Will Mlove in Few Days.
Equipment is' Up to Date-.
The furniture and other effects'o'fthe
COiy 'Council chamber have been
moved into the' magnificent' new mu-
nicipaltbuilding, which was completed
Saturdayp.f last week, and in future
all mayor's courts, council meetings
and other businesS pertaining to the
municipality will be transacted in this
The Council chamber, which is on
the second story, is a modern, commo-
dious room, well ventilated, and will
prove a source of great convenience
and comfort to the Council. -
The fire department expects to o6-
ecpy the lower quarters as soon as
the necessary lights can be secured.
The lowet floor will accommodate the
two hose wagons and hook and ladder
truck, as well as the horses of the de-
partsment. Quarters have been fitted
up on the second floor for the firemen.
A reading room for the benefit of the
members of the department will like-
ly be one df the 'featuresat an early
The building is one of the most mod-
ern and up-to-date of'its kind in the
South, and our citizens may well feel
proud of the structure.
Cholera Infantum.
SThis has long been regarded as one
of the most dangerous' and fatal, dis-
eases to which infants are subject. It
can be cured, however, when properly
treated. All that Ts necessary is to
Sive Chamberlaili's Colic, Cholera and
iarrhoea Remedy and castor oil, as
directed with each bottle, and a cure
is certain. For sale by all druggists
and medicine dealers.
A Clever Elopement-Interesting Notes
of People Who Cqme and Go.
Judion, July 28.-Misses Frankie
Owens of Tampa and Lucile Carter of
Gainesville are visiting Mrs. M. L.
W. H. Gay was a welcome visitor in
tiwn Saturday.
Rat and Prof. DeLand are anticipat-
ing a glorious time next Saturday at
the Jennings Lake "teachers' resort."
Rev. S. W. Sheffield filled his regular
appointment at Jonesville Sunday.
Mrs. Ira J. Carter and daughter,
Oeoile, will depart for Atlanta and
Chattanooga next Sunday. Mrs. Car-
ter will spend a while among the
mountains before returning home.
OfPle Moore was in tpwn Monday.
Mrs. R. S. Tucker has been very ill
for several days.
L. R. Weeks will resume labor with
the Southern Express Company from
Jackaonvilleto Miami next week. Mr.
Weeks has a record of being one of the
best' messengers employed by the com-
. Quite an elopement took place in
our town Monday morning at the
crank of day. Mr. Lonnie Brook and
Miss Perry Cook hitched and pulled
out. A liberal reward might be paid
for their whereabouts.
Miss M. Eunice Pinnell visited her
parents at Bronson Sunday. Miss Pin-
nell is the assistant teacher at Cooper
Sink and is well qualified to superin-
tend the primary department.
Whooping cough is raging in this
Young Mr. Pinnell visited Judson
The Teachers' Institute will be large-
ly attended. Judwuln expects repre-
sentation by a majority of four.

A* e se* s

dtona i tu n-to
al busli es up thAline.

Orders by na-fl or tele-
graphprotly attend-



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Special Reductio As in several
grades while the cards last,


Boarding by day or week. Rates
reasonable. Large, airy rooms. 'House
newly renovated. Everything first-
class and up-to-date.
Convenient to square.
North Oak avenue,

(South Side Square)
Hair Cutting. Shaving. Shampoolug.
Hot and Cold First-olass work.
and courteous a tention.

We will ~lve you a thorough course in Tel-
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When you are competent we will secure you a
position. Tuition low. Special attention to
minors. Further Informatlon address
Brookpr. Fla.
First of the Season.
It'may Le a little early for 't4e new
cropof cotton,but F. H. Hunter, a pro-
greasive planter of the Arredondo sec-
tion, deserves the credit' bringing
the first stAple to market this season.
Farmer Hunter brought to this jtity
yesterday several pounds of long-t ple
cotton of this year's growth, which he
readily disposed of to H. F. Dutton
& Co.
In the Mayor's Court.
Jessef Reddick was arraigned in the
mayor's court yesterday upon a charge
of disorderly conduct and using pro-
fane language. He was assessed a fine
of $2.50 and costs, whidh will serve as a
remembrance for him to be good in
Cured of Itching Piles.
W. R. FIJint, a merchant of Orchard,
It., writes: "I had been greatly
troubled with itching piles for several
years, and tried many'-so called pile
cures without relief, but was com-
pletely cured by Banner Satver It is
the best pile cure. Sold by W. Me-
Collum & Co.


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