Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: August 5, 1903
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
daily
normalized irregular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01939
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
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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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SR fAT ANY TIME
ier Preparations of But-
ian at Port Arthur.
ft ARE ON THE MARCH.

att, and War Monitions Being
F-Reports Brought by Offloersa
iiamer Arriving From Yokoha-
tVictoria, B. C.
hq'ia. DO. C., August 4.--Officers
*i imtermr Tcoma, which has arS-
friiom Yokohama, report that
l n ats are buying up large or.
of ean Cake at the Japanese
,il storing provisions and war
i0s.J at Port Arthur. Troops
9 being hurried westward and
expected to occur at any time.
(d "t oma brought news to the
i hit three Roma-n Oatholic mis-
Se have been murdered by Ohi-
4 rwgenta at Ptlth Li., Shansi

o Lnaou Yenouile, a Japanese es-
it er, has discovered a new comet
tCVygmnus constellation, not far
*,2Lyra, moving northward.
t4 Japanese. telegraph companies
onaSented to the lowering of the
Wtehlc charges on messages be-
;i'Nagasaki 'and Hong Kong for
felftc cable. The Russian Asiatic
'oin has been ordered to assem-
qoi, tanouevers I) the vicinity of
' Japanese standing squadron Is
lgage4 in summer manoeuvers
ts tsld. Thus, srays the Jap-
ifei.iald, the main naval forces of
and4 Russia are "naturally" at-
to northern waters.
1AL OF MARCOLJM' SLAYRtRS.
Ura i'dll of Capture of Jett and
White.
Fithiana, Ky., August 4.-In the
.Oe.tLe commonwealth versus Jett
*hite, now on trial here for the
1Or'of .Jtmes B. Marcum on M)ay
ceA -Little, a special bailiff of the
iItt county circuit Vurt d-uring
itf t ifl of Jett at JaMSon, testi-
'it ,he and several knen with
S.taptured Tom White after an
d;; ride over the mountains one
at 4 O'clock in the 'morning. Af-
SWas. taken White asld to Uttle:
Aew r mloutes more you would
gotten *e, as I .would have

sheriff of Clark
ed that
t tle Cunday
.iy 10 in M l county,
thah's htouae. tht *fter be-
tred he aeked for whisky,
s lnsot.. 0'lg bA'm, and Jett
'1 am srry to be wrresMted on
as I wokld not be t1ke" to
A if arrested on another day.
8S, taken to Jacdaoc, where l
irg it, 'r
S isid .he asked Jett where
Sthe killin. g occurred, and
o your damned busIness."
*aBllton testlAed that SIn a
with Captain Ewen the
the shooting of James B.3
|W :. told hits who did the
'the. p'eovious day, .
S. After. havai preseA t
e[ d:s Commonwealth's At,
tt Athe case, and Judge
,ReMmd courti eat 1:0 p.
otS the deteslants. attorney.
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PROBING TUCKER MURDER.
sensationall Trial Blegins at Eastman,
Ga.-Parties Prominent.
awzetman. Ga;, August 4.-A special
termt of court has been called for the
trial of Robert. Cawthorne. .nd Mta-s.
'R, ,. Tucker for the murder of R. J.'
Tucker, husband of the latter, today.
It is expectedd that the trial will be-
gin at onc, though nothing i known
as to what move the attorneys for
defense will make.
Cawthorne and Mrs. Tucker are
charged With having conspired to put
Tucker away. It is alleged that Tuck-
er, who was one of the most prominent.
planters of the county, met his death
by taking a caipsul contalang strych-
nine given him by his wife.
4 Is charged that improper relations
existed between Mrs. Tucker and Oaw-
thorpe, nho was a hnid, on Tucker's
plantation. It is believed that they
wished to mnrry, and.this is given as
the reason for the crime with .which
they are charged.
Both have confessed as to their In-
timacy, but each attempts to thrown
the killing of Tucker o-. the other.
Mrs. Tucker says that Gawthorne
once told her that he wanted to marry
a rich young widow, and that she
wbuld be one it she would help him.
She further states that once he asked
to kiss her. Oawthonne boasts that
the woman's caresses were at his
command.
The prominence of the Tuckers in
this community caused this killing to
create a great sensation. Much In-
terest is felt in the trial, and the court
room will be crowded to/Its fullest ca-
pacity when, the case Is called.
CRASH ON QUEEN & CRESCENT.

Three Train Men Were Killed-Orders
Misunderstood. I
Chattanooga, Tenn.. August 4.--A
heaodon collision between two freight
trains, each drawn by two large en-
gines, resulting in the death of ihree
trainmen, occurred Saturday night on
the Cincinnati Southern railroad about
168 miles from Ohattanooga. The
deal are:
Fireman. D. A. Phillips.
Fireman D). A. Phillips.
Fireman J. Price, ,all of Somerset,
Ky.
The Injured:
Engtneere T. S. Duke and N. S. Fitr..
gerald, both of Somerset.
The trains met at a d4p in the road
while gcizng at a high rate of speed
and the crash was heard for miles.
The collision is' attributed to Vte fail.
ure of t.he dispatcher to deilveForders
to the southbound train for the meet-
ing point.
Ali the 'remen and engineers, exa
,cept those mentioned above, Jumped
and sav4d' thetr lives,
BDnglq'ers Duke and FItzge ald were
seriously but not fatally inju ed.
The englanes and a number of cars
were badly damaged. The road was
blocked and all tratas delayed.
USeD LASH ON TEACHER.

Rather Sensational Affair Occurs at
Buchanan, Ga,
Buchann, OGa., August 4.-Quite a
sensational scene took place just In
front of the postoffice in which prom.
Inent people figured.
It seems that certain Tetmarks of a
derogatory character have been made
by a young school teacher, who lives
at ths placc and teaches school some
2 mile cut of town, concerning the
daughter of Duchanan's poatmhtress.
Upon leatag Of this, the mother
provided hrelf with two or three
good blhkouies, ad when the school
teacher came along, she, assisted by
her lstr este, damlnatered qaito a thrhb-
lug to the young mnu. When this
was completed, abe heada ltibel pro-
pared. a*4 forced him to sign it The
matter ended here.
Aln arties are proIoneUntly co*
oieette and the asair Is very much
regretted.
.Narr.ew ..f. D.e,.
;, sv Yrk. .ugw 4-M st J.
'ThL s wife 4l babyr dad his taleud
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LORIDA; WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 5, 1903' "'EN U.I" A Wiiil"



BusyVWeek For the Lowe* House
L TLobby POPnveE atI
IS STILL IN UBT antn August 4-1s will be a N111 CIt'Y
., ....... busy w ot t w ith the K0en .ral ase blyr, . -..b ...........".... =
CGrdlinm asl Have Not Yet Ar eno rso the house realise tha Forty-Py, l
they have been weastlns #good deal ot'
rived at Decision. time iU useless wrangling, h4 mMany Under Ar:.-,
of them express, regret now that more3 -
THIRD DAY'S IMPRISONMENT. attention hias not been given to th DOTECTIVEC LOOKIN*4@ W OI
matters of important buelnesa which
Great Crowds Asaemblad at Vatican should eo acted on before adjourn- Plght Took Plat e Betwienm ,N|fi
In Hope of Learning aom thing Def. me ht Itvator Company and Italtlan (i
The legislature started out well by Buffalo urn ace Company.No ON e
ilite Regarding Leo's 'Successor. passing a bill to amend the constttu
Left Disappointed. tlon so as to limit the tkx rate to B Reported Hurt.
mills-. The 1ill was dofeeotive and bufa, N. A., t A i>o
Rome, August 4.-Tr'oaay'a first bal. had to be ent back by the governor Ohio street' btye at4 C '
lot for pope haI boon taken and ap and another one passed. The seso br. k out in front of the Niagar a el:
par outly suled in no electtn. Ond bill passed the aensMte sevresi l ra 45 tlianret4
Smoke was observed .l*iulng from weeks ago, but has never boe rejp)ort- esutlt siare a0e1Unlde rrs o .
the Sistine chapel chimney at 16 mln. ed to the house. It begs to look detev are looking r
utes aftLr 11 o'clock this morning, aM if the meaaure had been forgotten. war h nt un lteho -,gh o r o .
ludicating the burning/of the ballots. Som.u of the committee have worked were exg hed.
Though this is the third morning of diligently, but on others the attpla between t
the cardItuals's imprisonment they have dance has been small, and it has r Ita ye i et e plan
not yet arrived at a doeoltoa. In quently been found mnposible to oa f tAtl0 hli
the hop .that over night sBO*1L agree cure a quorfum. Members of the hoM4 th' Rio "le m
ment might have been arrian ed, the partdulaily arg putting forward the pany s lt, i t.'I To b
foreignn 'ministers. many other ,per, hot weather wa reason tfor the gener, An employs ot the Niagi"ltor,
sonages and two or three thouiamndi of a' diatnciinaton to work. aed sone of w It slhouted i s th Wre spiItHa d1o
the general public., went to 8t. I'otor5 those who 'voted for the summer Boes ItlOS@ s t. y _r
this mornJng to await the develop- alone bill are regretting. on this c t e
ments. They were doomed to another count, that they did sO. RACES AT OiW W .
disappointment, for at 11:16 i. m., like This week, however, the house will -i
the broken-out pennant of a shiip, the hold two session a day, and proba. Solent Ysohting saot-t(Kl ESlrd
rmwokn announcing that the fifth bal. bly there will be one or two night .gea. t*d Qunfl Prel ;
lot had been fruitless, rose from the ions. The house has done practi- Cowes, Atugusl.t's.. h.!M+
1himnney of the Sistlna chapel and was caily upthing with senate 'blls up tol ig *AeW4on, *.whicfah 'jopel0n4
borpo away by a light breeze. It was the prroent time, atli the momeber: mltchest under thL'e flauIpo4 t4b
smoke announcing that the 11fth bal of the uppcr lhbuse are orkWiclng th,e at Loidbn Vacot 1 el 'p*aIei li
crowd, which i modlately loft th, p. mannor l.n which tedael th inwh their oaNut ors are more than uluAly *hre.te i ig',#
azza. Many exhibited regret that tht being treated, | presence of: King :.wait a t 4Q Q-
failure of the ballot. 'ekome of the afternoon adaslons this Alexan de d uaroea 2t4 a.fW;t $4( '
azza. Mtnny exhibited regret at the week will be given up to senate bills, cets of thbe week,; wie W. "t. I: '
afternoon's ballot may rilng the new and the house will try to "make good" the races .will be tte ti the vI geI
pope, but this Coes ,not app.ar to be with the (othor body." The foot of pleasure a~ti it.A O e W
based on any particular reason. The ronvlct question Is still In B ln]ouddl 4.l-e ste t.er5, e e
The trrespon.lent of the Assoclata most unsettled state, w th the ind'icft reV rgrta arf
ed lProso visltod the Itnaitdei9t10e :VwattL ti at a compromise is t attr tiIt ..I t l as -va
can this morning and fourld that -al out of the (istiontlo Tht is to say 'torla anIAlwet. 'The other Arto
around ,uie precincts of the conclave the ardnrit lulvocates of the preetnl yachtls art AUlltlo Artmo ai Ute t~t I
the guard had been doubled anl wher. syNtem aind those who desire to put and MrfI. Robert Oelet'a Zptibna, tl;
ever there sl the sllghtest possibility all or a part of tiwh convicts on th4 ,arong thn raeors the German 0 04p'
of communication with t.ht conclave,! public readrt will never got together, ror's yabct Meteor andi Hef Walt 'r s
the Sw!ss guards, gounarmnos and PaIt .g!s, now a question only of which Navahoo repreosen Amenarican itl "i
atnoe guards watched tog-pth.r, faction i the house ca( develop th4 erg.( .
The attagoirnm existing between greatovt strength. A Wtart westerly wind Wae blow ini
these hodle lis the best guarantee that There are many other imtpoiltant whether fleet of cruisers started on
nothing unilerhanded will he allowed., measure before the house, includit 8o0-ml ae ourse fora cup worth iOtla.*
Besides, the captains of the oonelaveo till of a depTrtmeuatj4 nature, someea *,00X nt41-by the vice eooamtdoeort0
In their cockld hats and uniforms eanm of them ptovidlntg for much-n edtdi ap the oilub s Therq were Ve (tirisI.
broidered with gold lace. aasislted by propriations, others looklag tn o4he cor TI* ga of Sir James PeV4o 's y.wl
the valets of Prince Chigo, the mat roction of errors in laws passed &4tth Brynhlld asappe Julest bew N Ia bed4
shal of the conclave, in gogeOWus itv last' saionl. Some of those mowrteO croWed the l 'w t|(loittaF
oer's, ar i constantly on the alert. tloni ire intended to remove tWju*I after the TlM'b '4a *10.0 2i0
VWh only thing known from the in' burdens of taxaton. Other b)il bow#prit. lel4av inlg Agr, 1Ilpfb'
side la that the cardinals rone early propo e certain rtorta adefte nsc inapk, Mr, Donalds.t*p *l a, gu *'
today ".l Inadlvtvdually celebrated mnas saty by progrs Sad l IncreaeMd buWt4 (eri'r Vald4ora ~,cepsA :fOr t. I
In the P line chael. Te Th( tlo thht eth p.r1,. 0 4.'itic a"tha:t t::.:prig: ::.:
breakfast at 9 o'clock, going abortly majority of. thoae will 1aVe to so OtS0 The'l ra-ce for UtTelr e tmioo p s
after to the Sistine Chapel, where they untll the text sel1ih. cup, vaueed at lW nltiaB. br ugbi out
remalnol until aboutt 11:30 a fm. All eyes are tUrna4 on the lavietl ttorene saooners. \T Oei ti un
Th plaza of St. Peters thil morn, gatlon of the chargesL of lobbylam by peror*s MeMor tal Ovrf the4 100. w1t
Ing bor4 the usual appear.inne of the the jolnt committee of the h ouse a.t,r Mr, QuO)tilM Oie1 eu li erwetbe,
past days. s, nat. eantor .f W. Il chairman of the joint exomAnlttee. Uha Ajtern. i teis tter of the Ofat ronsd
ENCOUNTER WiTH BUnFOLAf. called a meotiuar to begin the w ----- this morning at o'clock in the iwate the Met r o4 to thei 4 of the round,
Wife of New York Congressmann Hs' chamber. Meers,. Tlger, of Muso with b0r I ha t ,i p e llLi hand '
exciting Adventure. see, an Overtreet,. of MSreven, to lI, t1 4 oRIWo Of othe m- r i a ileap
New York, AuguXt 4.-According to AIl they kpow relate to the general ag i at.wW the police Mrs. Jobhn Henry Kltcham, ca rgos they m.ade o the floor fo hed Tdlw ii8 led4 t (t- W *ad via
wife of te gcoTgre#ila. from the h one. M'. Overstr"* t heI pwteaomhset. Ito Ciwe g, I as or :n.he err
E0NglitomtBti Nw York district. s '.to furniah otne names of parties a* hio, *wt *r sa&r, tre tar. title
a~ngeroumily injured by a thief whomo Bmembers Jf the lgfiisttatr from wlHgfs 4tY. a Oog
sb. diecovfred fn. her apartment st bte says, the copmnulttce may 6be X mn ere fg fite goeSts of M
her sin's residence hore returnl of troat to ga4ei Som a shopping expedition, and her easaf. tton. The consnlttee meats coal,|d 'tj.itieor d tbaiei gdora won
ant hurrtedly M caped without om.- Its investigation to make a repeg ',b i.to|.'.
plotting tie robbery. A heavy poker trl' y ...... :. 1 1,
was use4 by the robber. "* D .. 1-pw*. "
Mrs. Ketcains collarbone was broka CENTRAL TEXTi.L PRODU6T(0lf
en, a cep gbash was cat over her .. ..-.---- A .M.. t.A. Vlaye A4I ufe.
tmnle. and she was nearly strangled Many Mi*s le theO ..E..er..t..e'*ei l
wLth a. hsnrdke chi@e D"oweS t"" 3 a "
A mfshtg biiaboy, reeaUty di'leare Boto., Autgst 4--'Ad41toatt eet atl e 4 4 gi e .o
ed. is beong soauht by the paUlig f mD liii *b New ngaidd biee ded6 Aniik, ^* jioiil si
connection with the case. ed to urtatt r prod4sedioti or te e. do .1 Muees.... -. :
-,- --- . ..i TlUe mills of the RieHe. pat 0g 't i 4ut. .
n Piate o.h lRekum. Iun1f, e. t IA.: :..pa" M MI < a "g I !
l 'ittabu August --The Pinst Th. --. y... 'hrg Sghe r as es '..h
lir or thbe )cKe p.ort dJ H" doi *tC ti 4n iii, *AA R5 g

srikers ccgrwated anai the t l w*Las'it *M, I S

gates,. "-onnion wor. e a .I '-- -1e'1 410 MI
.walk* roegbt^rowd 'wl tn r NS ** U* )LI tie']id* *7,
iwitloS It ie theosght that -Sath I&e trSak Agget ag
oF t r P4 1 saw oere. E MaB i bPW bi sad
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0 "Sotns of Ara Arraied o .
)hsrg e of Pighting Fined Lightly.
oblao iM uyd Broom se ad beofd

on )efpe the m 4nctaal bas,
',Amitd a ap charge of f.igtidg,.
h bott l ngtaoes she eenuda0bite

;,/ iKO ti i000e tha: dof WIllria
Q 4I0 11og Alley, who trie4 to
we buter half down wtWh a 1
ta.' Tho .videnoe in the case weoth
!,show that O.ok awokt e ,tly "it .
wm^owrning wit q ktng of 44tk greb
oottiaserably vqtapwe4, whoe he ascer-
tained that hib breakst' was -not
seady, and he proceeded to get even

'' 0 'os, which 1, pai8 anR d 'waS
4%theoho6ipnes of tPhlnp .'

regadiS al a very pAaietsl x wtVQ ,
in 6Sm0 way Incurred the d4i)leasore

,blhe'l noe frightdedd and rlfa* o
tNt4 house, losing and fastentng the
onl t',i t the addt Qf his anger Me-
a,, *w.h the po.rest. iboretion in the
!qgi i'ntg a brlok" at the hoose,.
ip a window. *MoRae was com

tyz lhet hiad been accustomed
ot became necessary to
sep% 'Helt frotm a dollar In or-.
^d~'* f^aI. 'y ihef would
^ at^i~i~eil the damage do~n to the.


4ll tu!rgeon" a prominent drug.
Ans (kt ocdry 'il Station, Ky., writes a

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APANE#E fN^ T kANit, S. 0

ay lanre otiir Rl.vaton MOrqutlY.
to Nttonal o Nci. ,

nhot as 1pen mow, t president of the
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A'ipw :,obt~tti"bts oi :coe. lsltt eg
a lb 'n4! 4: prion lil* *
The l2RI$o$U41ce of the recent eabi',
t, sichai#~W t the eleation t <

oariai a~ iwao a-sitoon whe : 'e he wila
b* totwietedl from the odiuma th
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Telet'ane publieheied In the b Jbop ta:e
. l^tban Pa r days from
-rth~~ea tae lhow the situation to les


Whein thre Did Bqtt.er. "
A ceIebrate..blhop once sat through
a long anb ar rooana sermon ontl botp
lunie r Wloring. With an immnov
ble countenance he lIstened to pteta.
phors thliat were mixed, pathos that
wam bathos a.nd humnor that was tad.
The preacher was a 'youth jlust out of
oltego-a very iconceted youth
bellowed through his ermon at tt
top.o bftr lunga. ie gture re
iolent enough to break hit armi. Alt




.ve'y clmaxr he fxed the bsl hop tbho
hi eye to ee if a saitable impre lon
d ben made. .
Ahed at the end of the service this
yonng sni swaggered up to the bislhop
hd easid:
"I tfancy I did .rather well today, tUpo
.Don't you thlnk so?"
"*Yeas" returned the blahop; "but you
did better last year."
"Last yearly paid the young man.
*Why, I didn't preach at all la. t year."
"That's the reason," said the bishop,
with a pleasant smile.



:h minster had been summone& .
O"b thert anything you would like to
have sutay spelfio hymn" atkedA

tm:th."T. hiW la .hymn
with something in it abot ,'& t me
*tIi K w 'ta no more;' also some ote
might shig 'We're going home to dliAe-
.everail poers wer prevent who
boarded st the same place, and ta their
.I u4" be detecteda grief
*t5.e tha mere synpatthty.-BaltU-



In M*w terU 4ays 81woas Upton
*xeept t-dtiti- it iUr X otoe,
-tr .;hwiir otWd a cigar by the

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Alley. 138QW.IBay t.

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solicl$ a sh r4t~y( bpaizides.




Jit Aent adfor thet

Victor Sae a- d Lok Comp0.

th a g*Vio to la thep best iafe od i pg.. ih t l ent
419 b;. 0m Icu t nrOi~falfj^rrit n^ htItey"
1ihno I~g ousy
Morpsatiqn obeeroul ting us. C all N onoraddeIss,;


1nfoyrmation cbeerfullj furniaisled. GA1N.:Ot~!VftllB,^i4Z, I ?


Air Lin. Railway.

soBnDtaE awrCIva JTws s8. 9lO8


I wit
0 15
,It 46
12 3~



11 p
09 p
.7 4p

GO~p


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11 a ...... ........,..........Palt:. ett o................. ...... 45
6g4flj.....Ar.. '::::^.ii.^ ......Top,..M....... ... V...8B


NCOR~THIA2(.ST I 4- IC Os ~I.


LAe4 cksonvilve......... 84 .
Ar 'n adnM0 ......... .. OS
Am Bit wik.............a12801 p
Ar ayeannsh...........1 o P
Ar ltr ............... 8 0p
A mDenmrk.,............ aWP
Ar COSiM O ........... .
Ar aomden.............. '710p
Ar laet,...;.......... ... 9 5 p
Ar 11 UiP
Ar rPrtawouth......... o 800o
Artohmond, 4a.......... l8
ArW ;Ar,B tltunore.............l., 1|
Phiadel his......... lop
ew or ......... 4 16


so a
p I


8 06
120 6p
e9 8a
10 45 a


WIMST AND R)W OmAxIa 1T
i.v JsLywsi vt lle............ ..
ArL-6-Isklttty. .,................
ArLMVQak.................eM
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Ar uoy............. :........
A. n .......ton.........
A.. MobUe.... ..........
Ar w Or ....an ............. .
t... J-konVIle.......... ;
Ar Maco... ...............,,
.l. s oiv le..;I.... ............
o .Cb. ..n. ..oa . .... . . . . . . .
tantoe l .. ...
8t L is............ ......
,. Chilago.. ........ .............. ..


Connections for Palmetto, Manatee, Oneeo and Sarasota, on 81 I
Saturday*, from GainesvlIIe I ,
Train N. 84, Seaboard Kxpresps drawing room Pullman sleoeierii
Tampa, Jacksonville and .New York, -via -Richi'nond and Washlngton.
bu led day coaches between Jaeksonville and Washington, via Richmond4
dining car service from Jacksonville.
No. 66, Seaboard Mail, day coaches, mail, baggage and exp i6i's
tween Jacisonville and Washington, and. drawing room Pullman sleQ|
tween Jacksonville and lew, York.
No. 65 connects at Starke for LaOrossea Alchua, Willeford, We a
intermediate points, and A-Arener with Early Bird branch,
No 56 and 67, Kallmahn deeper between New Orleans and J6akvona l
Steamers for Key West antd 'Havana.-Leave Port Tampa Sundqc,T
and Thursdays,J1 p. m.
A. O. MACDONELL, Ass't Gen. Pass. Agent, JacksonvIeMo
E. O. COBB, Ticket Agent. Gaineaville.


CLYDEJ.J~r x^LINEz


JakaongviaUe and uNew Yoier
OWling iti CAR ltSON,*S. 0. ., both wa ys.
he Fioebttt Ste.mBl.ips i, the Co: twls-e str.,

C1yoieNew. 19glO atand 86I I
. ** .Direeee Btwe AOK8O UXL B .n-
P"I V tCad ato Aitern Pointe

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ONA R R
of Ind" tI r


WI .L S .O START.

ivf for New L nta' F School
I lipe- t. to Parties in Columbia
ttr Ir lateresting News
S bat Thriving Surg.
li g,4._-Thoebids fot ,the'
t the i8anta Fe public
t e-re Opened here Wednoe-
ie .lTvoatees. The contract was
G 0. A. Price and C. P. Lamb
C 44olombia co-atyrfo
9 ration of $886, 'they to
V.i material. The work. will
ieOe,hoIu0e to be completed
4y for the opening of the school
st week in October.
Little burg is getting lively
i..lE Baird, who purchased the
njwaahinory here, Is moving hils
r^lirirof hands and will. ciom-
i0or-"l 11e maohitiqry in a Aw

found of the workman's tools
ie heard in varlops directions.
;lA Qosy buildings will soon be
T, "he demand for resident and
T10ots are increasing.
tl.f from Hamilton county are
101ueeting with a view of estab-
4i0 -eottoon ginnery. ,They'are
jegotiatsing with parties fo4 farm
-tIr .1h- r. .We bid them wel-
there is room for .more.
ifcat Mathews has just cor-.
o a substantial road from his
bisl'b eeass, which will be called
vaie nie of the new postofllce
itpla ee, to the depot here, a dis-
St.:about four\ miles. It will
\ rat avtrig to bhim in dim-
.i he'\hau heretofore hauled his
rrfM ,Alachua, a distance of
iiii"ies,: He is one of the substan-
liti Lthis county, as well as
W4u:isiness man'. He has now
l4ii4red acres in cotton on his'
es!idei a iopntraiting interest in
ge aI of 'ottodn in and around

Btch, the genial postmaster
m0rehatnt here, is putting in a
So0iltod1 for the fall trade.
i M. Bultch, who has been
i:i^lvtes tin High Springe and
a ill return the first of the
Klt ;.. 1 . *
prospectss continue good here,
ospeaot for a large yield being
Sttier. Large quantities of fod-
ivebeen3saved. The demand for
OiM hay will be small among the
Saheere next year
Oshere is the road gang? We ne ed
9i66e of the oldest citizepjs
'4f ft romemibrance of having,
,0o1n their last round. The]
Ie the went is so very dim
W:a tb1h to sa -Ihey could be
is it, pots ile thlat they are
t he coustty-tbUt 'to the

A Worm. Killer...
A.%Jontgome~,ixalo, Wayne
i*at. wyot 61 bslittle twin
. Who MvO b .It*t ~hte4 With
at *l thelt MtU,- I tefd every-


vbWl IN~fy V4Ww






f-ar wmil-. b tisa
medicine. 1 W+ite's
ge lIoa4 tarhlldress.
ft w dl"tihe the

Sadf tor jal PC vlla



*unay ah I.t O aS
W 3.e BIr. fr. Orfsoo


N* A Nw' k.
New '-or<, A^ts!:t .-Athoughr
epi're'd lt Vher .f4 byc' offered of a
a !ar, e eward. the pol e have nol
been 4she toi -8n.4 the 'sjtihitest trace
*of the bauatiul 'baby daughter of
O Iacb.c U ULaumm, an Ita~lain fruit deal,
o: -" cHh'>. in Wesit l?'tysixth stret.
The o.hu. who was Di yeamr old, dls,
apleare- dr a at .
At fl'et- it wan thought she 1.78kwd
claamber Ot of ler sart o i the side'
wai where .her ,iiiteirhad left herie al
few, u.noents, but t' o .o. "e"'i
leads t4. 1te beUet hat the little oti
was'l klnaped. From ielighborp tke
detf--V9 Ianed that a" ;.ri ..t
Wagre.Igne ,a :whli roe ritely ee
Iwo-an -W'e see.n about the pllielbe
S IA I baby iapewd. 1tria
do that ivate oonveancea ae aeen
in 'th.i.t particular loi~a1iy and its. sp
pearanoe excited ettfiderble nottle,
The iaearc~iher are yOW ftlly convinced
the Wofaevn was a kldnpeer.
Dysentery Oured Without the Aid of a
* Doctor,
"IaiT iust up from a hard spell of
the flux" (dysenteray)tiaye.Mr. T. A.
Pa .r a well known merchant of
Diruommond, Tenn. "I used one saoall
bottle of Chamberlain's oc, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy and was cured.
without having a doctor. I cohnider it
the best cholera. medicine in the
world." There Ii no need of employ-
Ing a doctor when thias remey is used,
for 'io doctor can presioribe a better
medicine for. bowel complaint in any
form either for children or adult. It
never fails 'and is pleasadift to take, For
sale by all druggists and medicine
Reservation To Be Opened.
Sioux Falls, S. D.. August, 4.--Ma
jOr jamos MqLaUghlln. inspector of
the Iadflan bureau at Washtngton, Is
at Rosebud agency securing the signal
tures of the Indians to an amended
treaty for the openlng to White settle.
ment of 416,000 acres of their reserve.
tion, situated in Gregory county. He
Is meeting with good success, a.ud
will Complete the work within a few
Lays.


stoosttliecongh* *i*d ,.l! ite sun|(i
S For Sheriff.
To the Voters of Alaehua County :
I hereby announce myself a candi-
date for the otilce of sheriff, subject to
the action of the next Democratic pri-
nary. If elected I promise to dis-
charge the duties of the office to the
very best of'ny ability, and I solicit
the support of all voters at the polls.
Respectfully.
W. O. HAous.




/ SPRINGS


FOR HEALTH AND RECREATION,
Situated on the Jacksonvllle and
Southwestern railroad, eleven miles
north of the town of Alachua. Strong-
est sulphur in Florida. Cores Rheu-
matism, Kidney and Stomach trouble.
Fine flying .aud\ bunting. First-class
table fare. Rates $5 per woek. free
bat.ll ..
SIMMW'S SAMJW.
to sbereby giyVen that I. L. W. e U.
s of Aloase aoun y. Flor ld o r
Oent, i niAd toa rl As U0004Y. st. by.*I. C ,ben-
-LOU e.. ium sirlOf ta6 8 c urcui Co Mur*t. .
omer waho I eth writ of sttsech6t ,on
Lbe lthday of Msreal. A. l. In st otrtis
616oreek o iastNtl"U?. w .i ) tO O
Ober io dee utadS w. onthe 10lb la of
A=ut. A. D.101s. e Q atpuVlO ouir te
highest aBd hesst Uder UHerefor. for "ashi na
lfrostt oo se l .rbVadoor ti no el Wo
-OslttsV1Oe. lountr of Alsbas. Omfe of .lo.-

Mood W~loh wl wo t si -il o
>5w~fuodV -too oyTri f toM Witt 40


the live


t veri< (cr" Cli1
e E And Fever, arfd every forth of
Malarial, Bilious, Remitting tAnd (lttr- ;
M Mim tting Fevers, ind, by going to thei seat of tho
trouble, works permanent cure.
^ *\ ,FIFTY CENTS, PER BOTTL.a

For Saleby Johnsbn BIs. Gahiesville


Lyons G rotto,


Underneath thw Aragon Hotel, Forsyth at., between
Julia ald lloganJncksonviille, Fela.


POOL TABLE FREE "


LUNCH ALL DAY


Headquarters for 66, Echo Springs, Wion1, Huinter,
O Canadian Olub, guaranteed 0-year-old whiskies.
PRICES, EXPRESS PREPAID:
6. .. . . .... . . .50 per quart or $*5 00 per gal
-Echo Springs.... 1.50.. ( 5 00. 4
Wilson ...... ....... ..... 4 quarts for 5,00
Mail orders a' specialty. Write for price list on
other goods and call on me when in the city.
.JOHN A. LYONS, Jacksonville, Fin.



Gaiaesville & Gulf Railway Company


THE FRUIT


& VEGETABLE ROUTE


) ltte sk
";i, i( ; " 'r' I ^; +:? 7 ';<


To sany ,t e td I
oea appllel!ttliai "

TAXES lRE S"RIiW:
Anil l PAII ... . '
And sll miatters 'ocer
Slua the lrearemptiln ot d-i.
Attended to ronplyr.


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TRUSirTOlP
Will stop a*iet ,
A4nu a elo o iis .Ft .t.,*-



tAINEVI c eP


OF FLORIDA.
Time Table in effect July 6. 1908.


D lily No. 4.
Exo't Dally
Sunday


TIv P NIM
7 45
74 M
8 00
8 0
8 10
8.15
8 80
8 88
8 45
8150
8 6M
0 03
9 15
U 45 Ar
Io 00 Lv
11 86
18 00
12 20
12 40




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S15 Lv
6 40
'10 615
7 03
7 15 Ar
7 52
8 40
ii i.
a 4' a
7 '
Ar~ &IM


No. 2.
Daily.


rTATI ON M.


S ftlo. ,.
Np. 1. No. ln. t
Daily y. Dny, B o' o
e I


Lv A M Ar. P M
.. ........... air eld ........ .......
.. . ..... rvlne ......... ... ......
.. ... .. D ali i derv i........... ...
. . .. ...... ilok in an .......... . . .. .
.... i ......... Lake imun at u ........... ...
.. .. .... .. M iea'noj, ........ . ...
.. ..h...... ...' ir o ..,. ........ ... ....
.... ....... K.rkwo <... .... .. .
.. ..... .. lW att ........ .
. .. .... .. .. e W aol ila. l ... .. .. ..
. .. I. Wocky Point..... .. ...

7 08 .... ...T4 L lla0y.........
7 2 .... ........ yrinl......... 8 40
17 27 ....... .. Orahaim. ...... 8 82
7 45 .'.8smQporn EIty ... 8 20
11 0O I .Mstkmfov1l J." 8. '. W. W ,
8 M ,Jac Otty,G. 6. V,.. 7 3
S15 p ...,T4allha4s, S. A. L.... I 43 p
1I 10 a0 .. .Vaildosta 4 !... 4 46 p
4 Ii pi ... e M , Q.. & .. it "1 "
S40 ...Atlotai, O, ol... 74Q T0
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I I


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i.. 40 A
0 16
0oo
8 40

I :I
6 10
1346 a
Lv PM..


Ar PM
a (ti
600
6 46
o 86
840


512
800)
1501
4 415
Miao
tolo
4 1
800
$180
180
1 10



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IJE. BAtlKER, Oeneral. Sperinteledent.
J HIU Agent. amJAB M. AHM Prtdit,


--A
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utl |ies*!^ w"; al e"hs e: **asT


REAL ESTATE
AND REiT
li aI t1t.lon to to al,
Shave decided t woIrkm a 4
be t.aW biirt any bH
placed in msy htbads.
SAte. AM ERICA cU
H-postlN 0o to 4. y R
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I I iBi& etitposi oii m5. e-*04den
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|n lUfrtw &Ft,. land ftg i i-.^,0 W-
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S'A Viaplb i0n .tan o e o
ot the W@0it: )ole t te l *bis 24 o en
1ad110 : tRWfisSin dtMh 4e *iteoiw isti.A

B, I botlei P yl 00or10 ttil tot






i reiOtly, diery has oom e mitte
nijtal iib is.h i has onnounde4i
-^.4h^tnNe .^ t* if ,h. t.
m mayor.

l a' p.eo-rie cOarnnoi a
$ .ith te President rvgrd'
0 aedon ton, h aneth e

i lror La.lIollette i nmaklIng o
^ ii* noise an Wisonhin thaw enmat".
a' Oatsi^QS sleep, even is hle qunie)
the l ew. Hamppsire htils. 2

p ',h r*"lb oame to i aon-fldot between
Slniotn and $ it0 Servie OontW.
,l Ith e i Printei ?ohose.. h,
rlatlo" a ontrolled the most

U669 *oeron pwshtoi.le th ofoelad
S. on eth onteo l oae mdch to bes
l itta e; we d.doing a lot at
ir a smt e wil mh, ;








etand V Ilit1, biv es, -Ioav n:.!el the. l,
djtoosl has sa Ihasjade tk#
77 ,Wb whic w1 l. bo
'Ran*1 ob Ith eler t to elt*








.is tno pr govisionWhseet srveie already

waster General', was "not'- s

Wby does not Mr. Roosevelt" c an hlti
'ovals?
.W*4t.mim n women are p Uairly
w< Ued that i they straddle thol
4 io a they will.. not be given prislt.
tihe 1)tlwaukeo horse shallow. Yet
I eiret ooatiional reularks about the
ni atilen't of wqoumeWn in this pro.


In glatnaing over our exchanges weI
neoten .ti, there ha s been an un usually
a, ge ntaiberlof changes in the princH
puliop ,f the variuus important
Io;ool th, ogni outd the State. Amnongi
ilnumbatr anay be inentioned Gaines*
tiia, Ooiaf, ntarke, M .ake City, Lake-
,iArcadia, Tathwpa, Quiney, Bron-
oai nd Jacksonvitle.

.re sensational reports regarding
4 m. contract of.he Goenae Manifold-
pany with the Postotlie De-
int might be tortheomning were
ttor the fact that it tnoolves the
iJ|f wepreuentativel of lthe aStand-

Oompany in the House, and
t.wa o other inlitentiat Republi-


m\+a *; funds the bookbin-
1g +lim frov o eir xuioon a d

iltett n athm e Pmeident Qre-i..
fi.otei ofth ven altiag ha


Ite tbe autlowa ~fur~e5l *4),


. tif gf - 0kIo*s

0' wlkew hen r W e hot.'
exas f 0st*-er drypuo'ti' pott,
racing by tha bo" l wire' a. to.
their *^tteat^iit0 aifal a rso ad
.re Mr.aing atleast fiur h itxbel as intl
profit as they i.ade o,.s of it tton.

T. here. I. s .i th .ita ggestive of
osatich e dipg ab.i, th *r io. t Injune.



the department.h e'.. i:

M ir. H nna den thhat vb will retire






.will iinAui- psa tn ,Wa, vtoWna
from bl tiness an in .de oand potelt ethe
polticsI. The '' a'l ikeo1Tesd on






ahe o~ i that r. iaand will h~ wtoh-
aw t im bu~et will virtually ele ate

terrlttbryc01umbinlahas,' thus far re-
luradetolease by treaty.


; The rei~rt frion Baxxard.-v Bay :thit-i
tfloo r for thed that he Unightd isa per-
wilap true,oo bt it should not be, onp-
blpo tedo that he wa thinkian rabout the
presa tdenttal wil irnatlonl. Domse the
terrioy engage theolda htatehus fan'r at-

tention. .''
Fle rdat fomys the essaburg OoBa mer-
oltfl,; I all rih t. The State is pros-
pering., New-,people. are oomlin here
eloo for the pas vea nd for thts pnewr-
hapsfound frue, bundt itd neghboruld not be capital
prnot afraid of Florida invest. ments,
beaule loridia says the Lenterprising and
progre is asive, ad beaue there is prous-

oeptibilivy of wonderful development
tnd in.cr asew people are o.ing here i
a state f ahools and ehrs hd happand

the highest standard of eOitiemnbhip,
and the climate is the finest in the
world'., ... _
Speaking of what a newspaper does
tot'a community Uid tates Sen-
abe to vid Davisof JJi.sl made an
d4r% 't.haht remains very green to
he erinoiei oftewsptper en.- He
said i: very .ear every local 'papeo
0g00 yrpA 0 to 5,000 free lines tor
th6 ,beefAt of heofmitin which"
I Itlooatte& No olher agency" can or
will do hisi. .The editor In proportion
tO his meus does, mrtno e for his town
th ai ony other inman, and lin all fair.f
aona. m an with aarfhe- -ougt to be
up ~lKt 'd -no6ii ,e ryoU hIappen- to
like hm o admire hisiriting, brat.
because -local ipaPer i the bWet in.
vestmenit' a oommuitlican make. It
may not ..b ofMned with greag.
thought, bt flinioaially It is of more
benefit than boi preacher and teach-
er. Today edti oier o aiore -for l4as
pay than any inan on earth. Patirotle
your home paperie not as a charity, but
as an investment. .
Nearly Frf ..lts ft Life-.
A runaway almost endh .g fatal_
atarted a horrible uler ja- thie leg
J. 1, Orner, Franklin (Grorv5, lt|. For
four years It defied all a o*toi and all
remedies, but iluekien'.uata St .alve
had no trouble to oure him. qly
good for burns, bruises, skin erptions
and pilea+ 2eo at all drug s*!oe++..-
Governor Yates of Illinoti anounses
that he is not an aspirant for the i'iet
kdidential nomination." The GoelIS
nor l Wlae. He appreelate that hi
ebane, arvs been Lorl:eri:ed. .
Hey Fwer Seon He..
YiQtia of thili an iong disease will
experidnseb great besteds by taking Fp*

U~lfoal^ U4Qa TO it as~r


U".


4y e i. 7* #0





500 ,00 bu0heli d3ttly. A new. ::.:"l itS,
be-o to alled wph ^U--- ---e autpd1
To ,A grae CapaWty. I W ole
F lo '4,000 bushels .dely. A new



tifco 4fSelL'tele company .co'rb *
s. ie work iof eaxtedn' 1t* line'
s ow 2aus.it, equipment '"ri 'd E"


en Jble e i all itst a d LC TIM CARO 'No.
______________ :wOMBOUNmOrna--A DOWN.
'The: '$iOQ'Reward, 8100. *
Vhe reader' ,0f this paper will be Ipally. | aly.
.pleas~4 toarn that there is at leapt
o6ed _e40ed disease that science baR9 i Ca 1. 4 .......
been able that is Oatatrh. Hall's Catarrbh Cure iu
is the only positive cure now kItaown to
the nedipal fraternity. OQatarrh being Ur,. ...
aoontiutiunal disease,.requires a con-
sthotiopal treatment. Hall'Os atarrh .. '.::.......
r totakien internally, acting direet- 8... .
ly upont the blood and mucous surfaces i...........
of th4 system, thereby destroying the p ...............
oundato of the disease, and giving h:.....
the patient strength by building up the ................
constitution and asgistIng nature in .................
doing its wotkk The proprietors have .:
so muoe faith in its curative power s9 4 ;............
that theyoffer One r Hundred Dollars ** a ... *****..... *
forany case that it fails to clre. Send2.........
for list of testimonials. t s .......... ...
Address, F. J. COtrNEY & Co., .................
Toledo, O. """"a".
Sold by all druggists, 75e. ...............
Hall's Family Pills are the best,. 1 s1Wk AsI ...----


ILLINOIS CENTRAL
RAILROAD
Offers eryLow Rates on FollowlngDates.
d lonist Tlokets to Calltornia, Utath.
Nevada. New Mexloo, Arizona. Colo-
rado, Oregon, Washinglton. Montana. "
Idaho, Wyoming, oi sale until June 156
St. Louis and Return,
QN0 FARE PLUS CENTS. On sale
'ne -17,godd toiroturngantil June 25tb
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vr t ul ti kets and pamph- Me..i
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.-r-at;oaes soiud tip tickets from,
110ieeville on sile July 81 to A
18 oorrespooading ratea rronis o lr
polut.. Tick good goilp one route
and :itumiqigr n the. Favorabl.
stopover arrngelenfl. Final Rimit
October 1 .
Round trip' -teA to several points

For full infoaton addreMs
J.. f' ', i l Peio. Agt
i)S W. Bay St. Jaskonville, 3l.

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TH1E FIRST NATIONAL M0

T.E ONLY OHARTERED- BANK IN ALACO-lUA
,, pitld .. .. 50,000 0
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Young l4d. Entertaine.d.

SPREAAQD A FINE QNE
Colonel Webster Act4d as Toastmaster
and N dmbther of Beat Speakers In Qity:
Raplonded to Toasts-A Most En-:
Jqyable Affair.
On the oOeasion of moving into the
'perS house, 'the. Gainesville Quards
Sjlebrated the event Monday evening.
tih an elegant banquet, which wasV
a attended by not only a number of. the
most eloquent orators in the city, but
a number of handsome young ladies
sm weal.
Sixty plates were set, and Caterer
Bryan, who had charge of this part of
Sthe prnram, did himself proud in the
exeo lhnt spread for the occasion. The
,Aenxb comprised all the delicacies of
-,;ije ason, temptingly prepared and
:',tyliihly served, which demonstrated
the fact that Mr. Bryan knows his busi-
telot as a caterer. The menu was as
follows :
Iced Bonllion, Drytown Style
ioast* Turkey, Webster Dressing'
: j.eied Boiled Ham, Laytou
li8toed Tomatoes Chicken Salad
Military Punch, Blanding Style.
.0e Oreamn Assorted Cakes
Assorted Nuts and Fruits
Tea Leemonade Coffee
1.0L E. We bter, Second Regiment
'8. T., retired, acted as toastmaster
g"a most entertaining .style. 0He
Weled upon Rev. W. J. Carpenter, who
in'oked the divine blessing. Iia' the
eahenoe of Hon. H. H. Mooreary, who
apu nfortunately prevented from at-
Stndingu on account of an indisposition,
iM, Carpianter was called upon and
d very clever and interesting
1$piipromptu talk. Mr. Carpenter is at
iil.ttniete a pleasant speaker, and this
iOeasion was no exception. His talks
aitrr qlledwith just sufficient humor to
ke them snappy', and serious enough
t, i lnake them impressive. He never
illi to interest his hearers.
p".Hbit. J. M. Writers followed Mr. Car-
pent r in a most impressive subject,
"'I'e Citizen Soldier." Mr. Rivers is
I1is *pleasing _peaker, and" his re-
,4ark Were listened to with a great
di ot interest.
captainn A. H. Blanding, adjutant of
l estheoseond regiment, was down on the
4reggrami for a talk. The glests ex-
.i|eed an eloquent effort and were not
JisiL~ppointed. Captain Blanding is as
Sgooda talker as he iS a tactician,
1Wbih is saying a great deal.
4Ilaptain George M. Lynch,. ex-eap-
ajilln :of the guards and assistant e6mi
ii i1)45itO tsEst Florica Seminary, re-
__ |+ to the toat, "The Gainesville
duar.,." In his susal impressive msn-
While 'hi spoke for nearly half
thAIBe* his r,6narks were so filled
hiitere$s thlatb t did 'ot appear to
EU.U erZas te' iefh ftiv4 mifntes
i eeveig's i program was con-
J-wh ihan. interesting iWformal
I by Le.utenatt- Blandiing of the
0mpany. As osait Mr. Blending
thii nded the ololest attention., .
Wleibanquet Wa one of the most en-
ajible sad scesfsd ooeasiona in the
P -bIt4iiote oun and will long
.bytheseb who were *o.
Ij i- It e Ii pre*ent.
K||sB6eomN SIJ'RME COURT.

sa, Tar.rell MHar Osaes of Ha-
iWonor Jutastkialor. of the sU-
eunourt, w!l hold aseseloN of that
rtl* this city t$is pmorcing.
:e0 !on willl be held g ta he court
^ ^ 1 *LU -,.*1' O'ush e about 0
i' !tw IXI|+ beB ; (or lthe hear-
c w. s'le u ii +thca se


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ftbvnip wt 16eM helhere. It Is

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-dat i .n S 'thb o
SThewle tree Il o 0a t t v trle, Ieat
Poher morn tt trough untown thia .
treastore, id to the ltive Cgove prmecnt
loues ustrBoat aStruing by felt hgh,
and radiating a brilliant baais of coly.
ora, had beno, AugUselyt g ded day and
The troe pleasud to yirt Faried at
aes tun an effort aning off thade to
ratore it to the Crinthe government,
THREIE lED BY UoHTINiG.
pleasure Boat Struck by Bolt In MoB


Englshmavtnbile Bay.
t o lUe, Alai, August t 4.-et.undcly at
ternoont the pleasure yacht Fwlrodorai
waMr Scotru by lightning of the what
at Pointlk 01ear, Baldwtn county,, the re
ort on oler, bayre ad Lelyard ucott,
formerly professor in the Imperial unl
verty aery efforta, Japan; Bruce
sGanvill Lthem ol, a wealthy young
Englishman visiting. Mobile in jtonnec
tie wStnh an investment. and WllItam
Brewton, biloyt of the boat, were killed.
Mr. Scot dTHed nstanBROOKy. The other
two never recovered cooyal Prnese,
although eery effInspecort was made to
save them.
Mr. Scottna young d--ughcter and
Charles Baldwin, enxifneer of the yacht,
wret burnd by the boas, but recovered
ssaunder medical attention.
vIn regard t THE BROOKLYN.
King of Portugal and Royal Princes
inspect Flagship,
Washington, August 4.- Acting Sec.
retry Darling has received a cable
cominanclg the luropean squadron


In regard tcpps the vt of elthe kn of the
Portugal to the nagship Brooklyn at
Lisbon Saturday. It la datd Ly he bon,
"The king and the royal princes
"'ihe kink and the royal princes have
lust inspected the Brooklyn. The
king expres~d himself as pleased with
his visit and pr6psed te health of the
president. On Monday he will glve
a -breakfast of 80 covers to the mnin-
ister of mt.rne, cabinet ministers and
navy and army officers of high rank."
COLLIDED IN FOO.
HeacsOn Collisionon Panhandle---Many
PassengerS Injured.
Indianapolls, August 4.--A speca)
to The Newa from Hartford City, Ind.,
A beadoa collision at 2:40 this a. m.
between f westbound Panhandle
freight train ani the .eatbound pa Wn-
ger, inJxfedL 16. Borne may die.
.Th.ere, was a heavy fog, makieag It
Impossible to see 50 feet ahead. the
lagasiS of the freight train saw the
passenger train coming at full speed.
Heo had just time to give 4 shout,,ahd
tuamp for safety. Both engines were
reversed when they met, but the mo'I,
m .enatsi was not checked t oany oex
te st. I


'Whose Ad.?
lP itftVs Ink aneay a greet Imany
a* other. Tbey toam ea as fast
/ wrt.4and- ery mica ad;
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TV OF TOuN.o, PowlRsA,
DUIRABILIT ".

VBent Plano for tulis itinar oil ass, atar4 j
tine longer tian othe*.eronlttt@ted
best .nmaterilh, atin Sw t .rttttei '
wortk~anuaht obtaltmte
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f the Court :
All i n,'o who wish to dress
w.,!l will gi unheslitatingly to
MA (CUS ENDEL.


ti Endel sells the fN mous "Bet-Clothing-inlthe
Schloss Bros. & Co (f Hialthore.
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SS MERHANT & 00


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Staple and FancyGroceries,
raIns hrden Seed ind Fertilizers.
iGUTH 8IDB SQUARi, ? .AINK7VILor FLOR.DA
Hig het market price paid for Cthilkens. Fgis and o therPudtuw

A__lA ompt k of .- .ate. -6O uar.a. Mae a, m ost.Co t I V
sad Rtye We hale only th VXRY B. goods at t
-iT PRIOW, and trttee st$.tsetlo{ Iial ..


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COTTON DEPARTMENT. Febb

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&dnag mid adjpttme
14iibusiness. 'The
tn bille and Nat
wlhoh to meet
,to V1e the expr
4i ,le." .Howerv
Antd apher pressin
desit ft.: The ,tree
be th^e deepest em
I* b -4 for this l
untl h1e 6next mee
ili paitneaville Fi
itnp ,eg $16i. we
I tei prohibitin
i e liquors

)tpnt;il bW *.derm
om41th ordlange
iti ttstedth tat

to t1U I lity, in-
S4 eolton'' by
homaI. Alderu
tr the titormitaln
hat h(e had oonferrs


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11-1Wss -t
'4 Cltiire' ^ditse WISaie a bid tMr

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in pp i olno% =tax olo

S"i w%'tr] i[tfob severnta wh yeO-t






sees b ? tr ed:W s n.:go end ,tho, his
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41?o t -the o p djou tned ut il
Wp ednesgayi wven, wheup 'Wthey will








RP +u++,,+I d t''Atoi-,;r0
me I t.ae taemeet o ter nthe eqilanon of taee.ita.
i d qp f.. ... t .
e at "I we o tei o iro fo several year
4;it I w1.t AQ. men wh i 8 a htifop tiongar nt b a lld ne ous




i ltaO get a O ll4 : r "' e debility w' te" .- "re n, of La.
4thH i4:4IfaXob. ,O.-o ne ., 4 helped meAow- onn, Y., Auut 4.--Antonio
aed od h tod tell the council sof tee odio- tody i .ltPe d thair aigSting
ilart afil atw h elsoP kap~ :: u in exea' lent ealk + .
tiWeratonahV4 t6 are fus. fdoclerd. foemswale troubles;,a

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ItvMila ^ fS prOeMon and other thby al ande o farhl1 ." Try h O lyn 50o
Satistenion gusvanteed by al* drg-
7 t e ,I!y antles le sr Ter to rerio h our gates. ho ted.




ted th the We pay or poer aMd as the rbest -It IN & .apnlr.cwee tA.,
tre Of the 4of th acttof boele "af.ac.w
y oly rfed boiler t thoe delinquent tar Antoo .L .8 ers Do-eath





J it lstr. Wedo not allowarved/.:" property to ued of Colc After Physicng. an's
4 Aloik be sold for latozeu. Judge Aeived from Traatmentn Y.,d Failed. .-Anton
sed at & e 6 lite warned lep a he proLight M6boy w lhena four years put to dwa
a 'new ecopded toln tell the ouncel of te d.a ketod1ty n ith clio af iria'mps In h





. ri gel. nianer iter of finthing up stomhpeople o p i enn. d he
Sg te b:tl *etion d been treated eai b ,re- injected morphines a t the chaiept
Stta : omp?.ny., when gttili 6WA I lthen glave him half a









i<~t ~es< te protection. forheleotrt lighting t eaeperful .of OhcmerlaiiMc 6olic,
Piblaii enarkhsst the desired effeto haf Oolere and Diar6 ea Reknaty h ard
W.Ith tbietterw wasreferre4 fo the street Cwshl wai1tee teQeeFiV trued.






ibt r hi i at the waterwothieI mpIn was read, ,W t' M.Wli te shres
IUtnd vt+ *olW 4 ni heti rn. ttpon motion tho e -l^ ^ t" S d1 .
lip uoel reir wa reeived,. a Boy ured of Coli After Physn meicine's




t: a'ireet. 4. oomnz.elM'oation watreeived from teatomnent .ad Faled.
. e e eo- ineve ar d eleatin Light My boy l oferahen four years ol was
td f beeills tompany,iskn~ the lidulgence of the mtarkent here to01 by. ramps in his
re wAe pul f. th att of fishing up ston U. a egn faer,t the baltor nd heh
p lea etehe new eleattle plant. it will b re9-inec- lted norphinea cli the child kept
ean Lynch, ti,~ed that isacom.any' when getting "'Odp -hen savel hn half a
one thate t tlop for ele k lighting teaspowful a 't .wa erla's to avna.
, f hsVUJ ,Mem, the Wiary, agreed to hater Obol-etr a eDia0rrhoeias pu tedl a,





Jul met man Do ration by l september 1.of the in hal n our he wa s png ndwho
the evi it doe, n, waft hed, with the son recoed.-. WI.ns .ll
b L whh pov thI thi money was to ke, Wifs. Mr. Wilbe it m fve yb e a.nr






.i 1t t theqOuetio, it the eo-t the Shplt Lake e r r
tn. o e44i geanteld. Mrw o e al d gg t d a medI cin






re patae' w, 4ltoe t + for at eoatensrnB of i af it .oe
yTeomrdete4 tie until stlat.y 1.@otitag fu its roe- wrks Sale ReO*ived at btanya






i h. it 0o*.iIlhty to seoM e ship- Albany Ga., A st .-- he:re.t"
and berer tiala to c^mp.1 th. plant by the oark-et here to*ay by Deal L. Jick*
rovidhtg a tiwmb *peslfied son, a negro tarner, the bale wreigh




'ne of. a :dr has beeO. "e blor meaa fr several
lthe even iIt ot" replIed Alderman
Was laid Ibo a little n a sly 'WOOD will Cured Paralyst..
% 00ty At- tote the contract there* tis anlase W. 8. k-ly, P. G..-rueTes, writes:
tan Zquch whlith provides 'by\ ptsaaber 1. oW "My wi1 *h4 be* ensfwerl6g lve years(
a erith At? tlte whleh the cornedl 6 #t*' pera.fed to use Ballatd'snow ini-
Storney f settled the qut. .e t et, whh en.ted all right. I:
hlO*4 OWiug teniib was. granted. AretU4 DoV hare also sed it f old sore, frost
t$ $*etae' the ,,eph phonid ee I1fa her Alt epUs, 0oe



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The ....largest Sell .g .
wa ft ...... .-^': ;
of :iar' Iu the TWrld.
The ad is tiaa Sampkewos Poted ok.
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V OYLE, GMGR.
Abstracts of Title ahd full information furnished reading land in t b'ei
,county. Our manager has lived in this county thirty years an#d
is tlhoroughly conversant with land titles. -,
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FIRE, ACOIIDNT, BURGLARY AND INDEMNITY INSURANCE. 1 epte
sentinga number of prominent American and Engish companies. '
REAL ESTATE AND CITY LOAN. ...
*QadCe = =" o 'llB"'lo ?d :,is :

Take The Atlantic -Coast Lim4

FORI ALL EARTHLY POINTS
Via a ViaVia
a Dupont ..n. Dupopt P. & O.. D 6upo0t, Or
h or o. SIeEsIi tJaekrvne n S
ateBnvB Jokstonvlefe i ne MontROB '.t

Rapid Trsitand Uns.nra Service


Time Table i effeot May 1008.
Dosrt For GAINSVLLE Arrtiv
8 Hihp m Hgl Bpniaga nd Inter-
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PN.laka aytona, JacKo tvue,
North, Easat and West


n I g SpMings;, ayrosa. Savannah; runiwiok,
ta Atlanta, oll Pointe North, East West


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ply yDaily

e Ily High Sprin gs
'ex "--& 'e *.*- '. ---'
InMileage Ticket, good over 18,000 milesof ana
apl e uthe Stae, are on e 0eby thsne r lnoSipa
+por. Tmm rd New York,ryji Atti!s
Ta W1Iine nd southern Baiwaly.
SJ A.. OODWIN. Ticket Aiget, Gn4Ml.i
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MAKIE ,MMENT1W .i .... .AN,

^' City's Finiial Conitio Better *t brownn amier wcm :
.. ar .. s.Lo.tIet le. "van ue;- I-. Pa ooit
decah, Itly (1tr, i St. 1Lous, o., 1PsTr
AS BR1EQADS COLLECTION ad po.t o hi b ..b-" -.
f tfrnm Memphi, TeOeO. (t tiaet not to QrduOlea Dal SeAjrO
COecteioa for Pr:sent Year Exceed b o.d fpmi Memphfi proper)o ftr Wivist y ett-ane In New York otiy.
jt.a Yqa" r by Over$.300-D.linquent points ot (and north f the line. o the ?mrwo Ewok md mina speolt.
i' i, Also Considerably as, lbo system (Memphis to OZanKas o + 4 uWO**-4G.A.lA, 9, M
.t. ,.,.. Koa. OUAIRMVIIL f A
in 1902' '"Oi ty),to the following points 1to r. *
.Ida. Georgia, 4.orth and Sou*t ar. H .P ,
ty1Tax61ollector Ellis has imane a 1l1na iand Alabama located -o this "' E~vraur tuKrAumnt
Wep ,t which reflects a great deal of system,or to which the eomtpasyrmu and Made New.
q101 rnoit only on the city but ont his part of rt aitlrorlsedl ticketing route LOOi GLASSES Rt-SHI.VMaE.
ij a.ency as a collector . t followin rates under condi
', is report shows that the colle-" 1amdl e btt o o M sM eIMns, ba. pro anco
i, an for the flspal year ending 4ne 80 1ate- ne-halflof the standard one, .e and s-. tin ays.
excbeded the odileatlone of the. year way fare pltnOs^J. To03 WAtMxe uAMuu. s.aBAWton
.before by $384.04, which, taking, into Dates pf sale-March 8 and 17 !008;
consideration the amount reaUied April 7 and i, 1908; May 6 and iV WALKER & SHAYLOR
i n fro the delinquent tak sales, aggre- 1908; June atnd1. JI6;J0 July 7 and AT
rating only $21, is the best evidence 21, 1i; gagustf 4 an 1i 1 ; Sep ATY A
that our city ad the people generally temberl and 15, 1903; October S. and Jaoksonville, Florida
aTei.n better condition financially than 20, 1908;-. tovibr 8, and 17, 1908. 4-8-02
'the have been sorseveral.years. L-tnit--ontinuots passage.
Following is the report: Condltions--0Cotract and, each con- CAFE -1iEI,VEDERT ,
Cs aITS. pon of ticketss to be faced "aecond- WM. soCUitM Proprietor.
.1 ,not 0od4 in' parlor or sleeping 182 WV. Forsycth t., Jacksonville, Fla.
: ...6 ..... .. .....211 42 Here are some of the staple crops of
. ''. ..... ... 8 18 the different seetlon ofthis territory: Begt diui~t plact in city. Fine W
................84 All vegetables and small fruits. Winei> Liquor aihd (igars..,
:.; 4. *........................8 ;peaches, pears., grapea,:, orange, -s.- ----- ..-...
...................... o0 pieapple rapefruit,' watermelons, W' EIN ln JMAOKSONVILLE C
S6 ......... ....... 173 0 citrusand other fruit, wheat, corn, ,.-Vikit the-
R ., r... -. ... 27 20 oate rad other aitins, tobacco, cotton, 'OiaTHE OYiSA A .OON AND ROOc
.l 6Taxsales to individuals 180 pet , rice QAREN.
," G'ville.. 10 70 pe""uts, ha, rice. 'N.
I ol.eneies, double The policy of the Atlantic Coast Line Tl-e h 4t Uq1nris in the city. thter-
;sseisenments, reduo- is to foster all developments along its talnment :vo)ry night at Hoof Gardeo
Stions by Council, prior line. Theatri.
tax sales, et ..... 80 54 It olaims that it is the greatest ..:... -.. W,
S-12754 06 trucking-road in America, and It pro.- I-, MEN AND WOM I .
DEBITS. videa every facility for getting farm,, Dig (r .e Bi iI 7u1r
:Total amt. on tax roll garden and orghahd products to the tu ..
Total amt..on tax roll northern markets in the best possible k oo uoS
U assesor.... ........ C2608 oilio, In shortest timne,and at low- a. r^. ,,i.., *n **
rors corrected by es rates. *MOW i .4 ad'S5*
collector...i . .... 146 00 nl no part of the country is- there t o e1..' or sent in pMia wvane
greater abundance of game and fish e. expr.e. Iredgd fr.
$12754 66 than on this line. rcular s.en a Oiu t w
~- 'Northern farmers are invited to
Total cash col. taxes... 12068 42 write for information in detail about ---
9 ,, licenses. 1820 77 the territory of the Atlantio Coast e- ..
$18884 19 ne. ..
Aug., same date last Watch for a Chill. I1 0 '
year........... 18550 15 However slight at this time of year ,
es ........ 84 04 and in this climate, it is the forerunner
S..........malaria. A disposition to yawn, s ''' ''* & I
Not: -. T a ra Ao+ Qip+o '., ,. i 'n" even comes 11w) 1 ,0 1 tC
Not Over-Wise. and an all tired out feolng even comes t
There is an 614 alleorical picture o before the chill. erbnie, by Its S ; *
irl soared att agpen alhpp, u prompt stimulative action on the liver. .:il 0 .li.''
a glrl soared at a grass-hopper, but in drives the malarial germs out of the
"ithe act of heedlessly treading on a system, purifies the blood, tones up the lob.-
ai. sk. This is paralleled by the man system and restores health. 50 at
wi. o spends a large sum of money Johnson Bros.
Sbuiding a oyeone cellar, but neglects TO TE MANATEE SECTION.
to p' iwvte his family with a- bottle of ASH IT N N 0.
Chamberlain's Colio. Cholera and One-Way Settlers'- and Round-Trip
Dirrhioea Remedy as a safeguard Home Seekers' Rates.
aal-st b6wel complaints, whose Vie- The Seaboard Air Line railway have LEAR liUlll ill
drd tonber those of ths r yelone a arranged the following attractive rates
h ree 4d zed as most prompt to Manatee, Braldentown, Ellenton and Ran H sP
and reliable medicine in use for these sarasota, Fla:-
dl.ea .s:. For sale by all druggists and From Ohio River Gateways. jiy
e:1A 01 ae dealer *' One-way settlers' tickets endorsed X n TAIZLO Xhasler..
'" ;Th" omn'iseleprnt boot.- second class, toet good In parlor or
',he'Lodon. Clronlcle tells a story of sleeping oars, to be sold to all points
Stryeler i, eastern Russla who at- he aT 8. & W. l.S and .*. ATES REASOyABl. The fitbs .
'. serrice.-In .a Greek church and 3 ..
.te.g.d aseglliet a.t Gtdretk In the. pro- ine at rates based oneohalf of* the fre6h .tAd saIt w r'iflshItg to be had
lea lgfti 6tt da t'ln the. pro- V0 In Florida. F I",h "it-lt water bith-
ctn who flourirlied ana sperge with first-class limited fare, pls $, in Fl toi to Fresh and lt Wtr badi a thn
s.i v, --uttering words, which Tickets will be sold on the flrst and wni tke the In tallO tro itoklt
faiir. Listening Intently, third Ttesdays of each month, to and and drive over to Iaypobrt by private
Sto t ade out the sentence: "it's including Nove.m ber 17th, 1908. ", eonveys e. I
lst- a. picleoi'- clen earuld Watter. If flone seekers' excuralon tlokets to ---
does y th" e ng it does ye nae Parrish, E"le" ton, Pai''etto, raldS- A
i,. .... .. t"e D A
ter the rvice ,the attendant d twn .Manatee. Oneo and 1t $"' ,L
b'ad temporarily take erve $00, r the round trip. Tickets will holesale ad tetil

i. i.w* aiit; '1me. .vember 17th, 1008, with final imit .. .- .
$$.r Joges statively)-If I lonld twenty-one days from data of sal. .. '-
t. ;' S""eaboard Air Line railway en route on we, easBeR ,e $41 -
Irs. Joo~glns (with &des.on -You'll .... e oearts ak
m...e.n. at th* usual tl e e ..ld. po ngl r-, withi -flfl..n daf s,. .-,4

to ca-he qu' --Boo S -v6rtlsisn ma-tter ,oVeting thees ate ". + t. :
w,.- h o bei dstriboe e et.n.s..el w. v. .


"'" Ishewouh the Nordb, Eses anal 'tt Noras. 'ammmwIe Via.
11 ^ > ,.. .......... -Il
are4 t amntrofa eheras heMim Johnion $*"*rely Owned.
6-1- tp m- ,*l *1 - 4 -I .
aesesaw i~*^^ tH~eI sabseuo ^u4 s ^r
fo pM ery stvly stud applied Blna d
a gth. wtbiet stopped she stu hd 4 e. CH P4p
pw' tb 4H
b oo. a i e 0MOWR NSAP. ASe sa PWl s
*Wallowne Co.m -Osts t*.aeaasqsW,
a.!... bu in Le S lrdasd pp Teetle't Via Atlantle
c I 6 t t S* t s 'age.*-A sant, ,Met s Se AU pan **s*-* ,.
omotense eIagI.sAS s0sale vu We1

'N' S =I ssumssps e asI5
asser''sE,- e| gen .4,- .r-ss*rw^^*-wS
Bp8travag^^st aff igmasf sje *ali (iganyw as*^^ assme awesa*?%
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oug te 'viittso il :^ t ^,Sigf
Porteloot^ l 504
#ed yesterday, round 34 t
sy |: MEl TIN
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0iL i eS.a,
A l# & 0 4 ,\ b l ew i.e in * t .-
ed Npie wo .od each ...

*. o ,Iwirso departed yester. -
i .tn~, where he witqi n .to .
odlted W0ith D.... kt d ,
iogta w* ely kpown dentist
sb hi muel snoeets in his ;1|f ll

* Spnsllo. Where he went


:a>elon uporn struction .


-of4t thAtl
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3A t:o.;..m t
eeive n a tefis
'Tien8 see yestra4 -
Q of the serious' (
ure^ this boring yia



l naval *tres bus-
St. Johns county,
erdy en route to
gwill eyed a short
lltil oterain ii St.,
Scrops have been

rlmnr. of Sauth Pork.


nse ne wroma u



ot- 0 4Pto-
e approas. S!*
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r 7 tg _7" 4 kerof Rbohele ar.
)*'*:L'wM or R6ooh10 fl 1 d

19t $1 le I greatly impiro~ag
oVs h a seriou, odi
l^&SiOin fo*' sleesr days

T x .en t routed
S I, 'wbre hA h.s
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are 4n 4tA i u that
the (spi a *tde




-white Eprlm'
worolngton '- ii
o _e;bnW t .iel have
ou0I.ng," 'Ibbii So SPV0qi w .a..

Oiw Go. '.aimn
are delaighla oi t bli tors, whlio
,theuy deat,'n n'd ml;ho:t ey ha
seen in 6FLeor4 tral tate e: at
the spring *ia t e eal ea'iar: tbha



Geo. RB. Robblia fhotet.oe a amie. .


bet ofis the ilerm of Robbtisns f teha e
o tndryea and ma"hla.tsn, we ..




u..:, saB : wIn :. *, Ol*** :i,

Mr Bobbins is at onl a toin
swMrilhl ,toai. i%'


beputy Dift Z.. A (sta o
ot atte pitad naeuls wi tlh intent to
inudet tthtb. in a qu other sami tabis a shot gun and
atote fspa t*,t awh e bUt a ore.

wquits4$e4Mahsin th Is
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raMl' leaves alTeW -
|o~.k :t3turnntg.leave
ock. Only.7' ents

fill:OHOOl OAR,...
ilo at Whtih
mi' Wa bOrpaactd, c .too



^yva1SInd payment of
ltmient .of teachers it
'a 'dismsused.: T.::!bhe, e

Iui in e tqore the
Ipflaroation of soloalb

^0)ti"(olsa TheaBse a *
Isti received id4 frpi
*i the condition
1 government shall
ernoon the board took


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The ho. summer das are upon us,
ad inW order to op ings u a
littles,'nd to again treat our oustoomsa
to unheard of bargain, we will on







give our Great Mmid.saui.mr Sale. This
we willl make two oft it gueatet days
tlh city or county aaevtern she
iway ot b'arai,-gtvg. Pes have



Remeatmer oaut sfa:le d Allm' be

Seal lo,. tats. A .z 7 ,
0r ecidSmme 8aleT


...... Sh ped at One/ n

9itt i. ie'vic. ithin the* N '


si et..-0t y 7. o/ L "
ir.h fqa 13,i *or, of 'Qintl
thef' :"tidtt .retd1.r0ay they per,
Ifhor I 4 to tfphPchw.'ll plaoU, thaqem


ithe r ,iWtfg i4 per eee' 5s s01o as
est r ht rof, weir lotion is ta eOl-$ i
genuitioo easy-brysropng hand oasts.
Thee boaetOa B d 1ay hurased from
Allad.n qges, $tai agent ot Je Goodf
13oar tcir Company of whinett
,quare.q Pt, tbt nasob ry as fol-
One tet ad one-iarter ton ror
lxd sraotiionengine etdmbiped.
Fokit s t onatis 1pre dtip g ars, with
A capsi by otf ive tons each.




O, bipughfare, strding machnd lastine,
nd. saysWehava sufflon.t.- supply en




thisaeotlp9 to build a hundred miles
of road.


FiiW:itai of FIN1E r Aa o
00 .. ,.FF1



furbihdWJ desire



all busins6in this line.
0rderp b^pIil ^ or tele-
graph pro tly attead-






UNDERTAK IN


The machinery will be shipped at" (South .ide Saoe) "
once,and it is expected will arrive in -- *
about tbhrty days. An expert will ac.4 Hot d Sath n1
company the machinery and operate and ovrousV.go .
the same for4, few days, until some
one can betaught to operate it. Mr. 1 1 '
Rogers will also superintend the work
until a itan in be made competent to JOTTINGS FROM JUD5ON.
and-l.' It aIs -iprOpopsed to begin '
work as sooue ete mnahtinexy arrives. There's No Orit ThereNow, as Hand*
. '..A.. .re.:. , ,... k e .
M* 4A A *ARROW' ESCAPE. Judsoir, Aug. 8 -Leeter 'R. Waeks
left here Wednesday to take his poti-
Squire Thonima in Fording Stream, lon with the Express Conipany.
Oame Near Losing His Horses. 8. W: eheffleld has finished putting
C. A. W, Thomas has returned to hia blocks under Ira Carter's store.
Lome in this ot4y, after a twenty d1ys' Carter's mill hands went on a strike.
trip to points in the Weat Epd in the Saturgay for higher Wages; cone. .
interest of the SinSer sewing maohiPe. qisently there was no grinding doe#,
Mr. Thomas relates an experience and the people who came: to get grtte
whih is- destined to make: the cold ground had to go -elsewhere. Mi,
pespitration trickle down a fell9 OaCarter says he will Ret more hands
spiPal co41. He states that:while en- and go tO grinding corn today.
deavoring with his team to fordtoo w
Creek, 'the water being very high, Escaped an Awfli Fate.
the horses lost their foothold and came Mr. H. Haggin*s, Melbourne, Fla.,
near being washed down the stream. writes: 'My .doctor told me I had.
The water entered the bhggyf, wash- consumption and nothing could be'f.
ing everything away. Had it not been doine-or:,tme.-. I was g.given up to di.e."d j
for the fet that they were fastened, The ofer of a free trtal bottle of Dr.;
he would also have .ost two fine sew.- Kings New Discovery for Oonsump-,:.
a1g iaeohties. tion, Induced me to try t. Relsuet.n
Mr. ThOmas says. it was an expert- were startling. am now on the r~a,
ence whlh, he Wotld not appreciate to recovery and owe all to Dr.
again, and no one can bmhim. New isovero y It surely save :
Attention, U. d. 0. ftnd *lung b
Ir.,. . Prile. 0 and $1. el
The committee of Stue, Kirby bottles ree. .
Smith Chapter, will metat 8 b'lock, A .... ': "
and the regular capter meeting will Attention, U. DC. .
be hel4 at 4 o'0lok Thursday after- The regular monthly meeting f(Or.
noon at the girias dormitory, F. S., the transaction of business of the J. .
withMrs.3inmma Pay. A full attend.- Finley Chaptir, U, 0. will be held
anoe is desired. Thursday, August Oth, a 0 4:80 o'.lock
Mae, ft. H. McOeaAY, Pres. p. t., at the residence 1 ire. 3. W.
Mas J. 1 .STzoan, Sec. pro ten. Tench. Mas. G KX. ioo -, Pre ...
"Mas. J. L. Kmaav, Re. Sec.-
R.port o' Earthquake D ned.. .. ..
Romr. Auguast 4.-Ji' report pub Myte$rio5 ClrcumetanB. :
lisleId I Amernea that asi ertbqubAs One was pile and sallow and ltH.
had occurred t" thU lan of oely other fresh-ad rosy. WhqMe the
and two tpwna were 4









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