Title: Gainesville daily sun
Full Citation
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01952
 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: August 18, 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).
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01952
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
 Related Items
Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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Ir s lntendae Rto i sit*Pt 4Mtr1ct 1ina* r of the 3Ebe
$UI8C l u ixand Rtet ompany,
.t 'A'o
Qmnpl lance With eternoon cbAitin.ed .i. s tteonn*
P$m9V)mnt of Tur id that the s-hour t
sN, decreee t costBof x r odnetioamt, ; t h
7P11-7A sq*u*4aabier work t iotra Mt'b4p
re. Auu7.-m s~.!a. hd tthat "t~abp work. waAhaw thin.
ii R -ack sea feet aa lik at the dine, were auci that t
t@ o fat Turkish w. output could not -e ha.$.dlCed :. aht
,. this tove has beez Je de. Gray, hf. e..irma f otf ae. ai
.t4t e iasktopolv t e. tra4o board, asked the w.itne:is i s
at Cn1taoete phf rquesto0 regarding the omi.n. .
&t -e -ana e 4atea to kne t O v.U it. eVott0
Mid R sian ecap 7 matter to tseue a I tWbo'reta 95
fs ow the britll as to g ve Mm a :5 i *eek, ,Wit-
SOeequeice of the -nes Adam taied tihat w cany
~o dkI1A the pt l*zsl ate a:conato t
tir oor the, 8e 'plm of l.a oreor
g terphet wbts.' Renrtla twain tq the -012

t ipatqnsatr tconta o sw systeue wob .ct m- t o SN
. e t. e h rs*at *onf h ote a'tue or" t iea e' e uon
t itrovas O baata ahkeet Io It wqiwst be
4t son, t$atoAoh o t b ookn.& t a y the laidbore morde t
Rt t ex eo ofs u l tman tno b r lfo u 10 Stp 4)

4$attitar t ae w~ a od The tateo direct lyr to thimSnS
dw1tq p slatt lont oTe Te buaut s alt tha t e tpre.s ".
t 5t. ilackavs k cobpe ny ha dorltgtna y beeta anW
.l*ht",this e oflu aan to r edi st tto q d et Cthe : mInT -s
d s^,t M ta, W-d "It lok bard.' salt Lg G

nt of[ the reroi dh otmo wentTh echleck" 41te
stt. 'WeOROr wf Te statemn ro e s
raposale td r c he., o a o f d i sw. doh ..
t-h a mid ds Am them. One os thae nwome ro p

$098tt' xn a kuent the te wh estoet he o. r Th easoab ia; and
- "la t este .oi l m- t: edi l0t1
f ord iklng. *u' e Qrrl n;W. oi

*,p. ^ t* tihat deae t o
a forgilo to ,-o. pt o'0

the a e r-st at Aner A -0 twa e 0o rm s
u o o ve ol eill', % ,ague It h re

ost r h e h"e b a a the :w m
h4; t. :::: X ..- mfa otethl mtm a.

'ess. The g rd id]. It n o r" l it ith
ghes an d1 the 1e o the wh eng If thmed p
qI ath r to make the to- iawlSa w as mat d this t0PR
90 t. g,1 this, P Catai otern et
* qeere w tpostine rn *fsgo over btt 41t mr

ch1ange In the tars
is, at 00i Cttokre u wa te wo:ld
teoS civtheand*^ A jt75flr b ead th desired elect.
e ni l fowt g e u tt t bt-

Ca; its lam f perbeghaveto p ,atien ftwthorers l
A94c Theagua r4 dwi. 4 e bolut s ttyft.
BSthnz oneoU R th,6,wiomounn
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A I TWIO' MA74M cas
G Vn4* Peeint Dea.i", as aint at W14

0.ne$ uprorns are aew dtad as a
Quot- reslt *o the m..lacal 4 o o of o. Aeot )
rc tt wj$s, who tAre 414o t6. crowd
Tw s sdco rtareha of whisrl
dAfn ^ A4VA.ENTION,0 4t 4 .wdik. a hor t e v. "......4

t.are 4yt1F, white Cla i Charles gr it.
4w ,: I t --1' 1H"
f( l *t it i i Thornms. atad Sass otrh sou ar a. 1sd "' !* 5
it-tcal c dit.on. A score of 9 .thr*s T as Vl t^ b, ? t
A < en bd ly hrt. 40,80 4t.0ni4tghtt er" -
.t0t 4 t le A letter bee been toui. a mao Qest*d4 v ett.ratu Stk
$4 K i Lar4 t e r a. .d r C h : o f r wiOU w h ic h te;1 s. le vtI . .. ..
,q M rrIved a bwoo that he plar n the mewussa e soeU a bri e 4e n t : t S *
W00Ms ago He wrote, that bhe b hen causing t Lnjury e p, -
", t /o a1 ba k vic a '`- "
a 4'the .es of his C fou-trl and thatf Th east s pttl,,n
the d*i. 4 a. ai th d q*U be was about to perpet te m. $pW:a, 4I.p, 9. bed, tt
t Ri 4 0 t "s t e rhe purpo:" o t -.tt ag eve ovt l t t tAt4 re0
And t IUfli$ 100 etrOcg wit* Uhoqe who had shoained him arsIn PtUhtaor% 1b fl
Ad4 11 smeo ~n taqm n terma td tb..eelves nehos!qaray Ii q h la*r$I4 t+fltt"
t #4 4$s 1 4 *a th l1 Bts P a m e hi s a i q ir s. H e elp w qs aex r e pe t th a t j r 4 0. P ns. wpa x n1 .e k b e*d
bee Gl a l t e did Rot settle i seout with c .ated

s ls t Wa*holmbI h Cl* l q-otloy Ig; 4s .
w .t di ... f otl.ge o a M' K'4e brie "b u

R -e'fl tut:i*Smli t Quit o 1.* Vptu1 umnsS|nr ie
of the ~eppt~ot to pouring L rvIlle. 'Nan., August 4ey 0uA lzfls abqut obotf
h-', M+ 0114" h.. $- % .. ... a. tt*@ l...t.* t ,-i Mrs. a h.u4 k.e. l": Q4
One atoJ.f the 1 r cl pao''itlt 1 Iel o' :. yA^ ". prl* *p a t. *ir oft h' e G a '' tea,.r*(nHti.e^l's dWR Washing. NtIfl.f 4. ro rg*p
a wi ek rti % *jreat o+eol-* t C O' d C tngfeiSa.n tiuinr^ Rl.'.O:avl t ia 1aP s aed
Oaotifo of all oft a lastt of the late Gibsop, at thl secocP Tennessee Ois moc IIfl#*nA a

O.able ktcht,9, Ot the U ,t.t$ laBettle, W4., was a college sent .. 'r ...
imStates a int or phv., 'mof GOto n,: ad.t o I-.n tMbs. ( 0 .. tS h b
yThe tflwstnht< lad the street at tb4 4ia* took rednitton o e oypr esoepUog
d corat o a are A l ,ve p rapidly + o seod Q uaffie of' .th ftatee courses1 ga a w ti

f tee.lor tbp # brah lltsa tion snce couatrtbgtea I 0 8 the Oats patl at T l .

the bequest and h is said to be pt** mat d the tras `4'tb

Mer*1 f tdf a. o ne r..s.da oC 's,,''n as l O t ot r
## her^ until 4 Alapetefs Cokun tilmptiR tte tso#eilMJof e
t.raooa o t i vMyad fidero ut Ceatenl d Colki. C .Mm. .I Srm were not ble .t
a thac betma pf io .ws de t I ahemSell P ty e l~ ab

.b le:. fl a, +" Mond y: b n pass.. flf ,4 at sh P C Cos.t .,.. S@ .d 5 5 35fl4S^ t*
*lgtg) t** hist* 4h t Pr eeto *hi it s.tel 4

et the elgbt;qs W fe w.r da, 9. .a,4 r w v r

S t.. . ybit i" K : t t" Ti
twl, Qn a teraft.M o i e a ere. emO n eis e
ATh r stt p abiMrdttWier V94 stiu te rie

OrNYWLlorv1tOts0o sronv n s4TehtiWIOS
R. s t. ti le a?61; "r-S. = m t i9Mn it e. th e,40'" ''Ith
and Slsefl See' testqeiety l d iewsta f atse
"e.lest 4' 4n e ..tire o. llsd -,
WitM % Wtnas~ i iCnte4 0st "0 g6461#1
vto*tMstl .inro*.*ntau

fr,*Ofta0.P4S4k Oi is M f. a s ,

aOtR 400 aim05S
st v;l r.'-- *uMhetk SIN C I fl d. to y & I

that-< *- O t*C rO ire44

UPh '04Ito4ifb her o
wst Peakel. o Cos* a* CMoke s -*NMa oirM*iB0fntag.,.

a sWw.an ... w
wi..ge t*l^^^^^ elv r*'
.lll* attemples to
(to eeater Aand sor
$PM$ be d~epote r~te d ~k-f~
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%I )Ms. iobrta0 d daugaht41r, Mi, Wia)te
Ms Stdditao G+,:^^^* -r: b 6lr Mr
K FranIk all -J.4 Sl Dickinson "o Laka
S o. COitys', a i an o thr. o. t 't
ri. dan:; spi u(loih waitermealonr oei..
^oond tings, mIndaigbt Siipper, with deilghti
444t- ^fl4b4thnug. sfford @nucb hurn and pleas*
o It. Ar. The othr ,oel.s are equally
4g a U att'aqtt aid atlltt fl U guests
i mall hn Meas !Taskson d Df. Ha Mosher

Esw* v A4 u5r i

dild me I I
this pool4 b
r an oni s 4Ie.
lot- of l
I it. kRattlts

as.../S. ^

uad *1. ria

i t gurantte

li~tiag o( the

gattas ather the huroh th own- 1
e' co'tgregstion' wi, bllio wi

llS Uohrton 8*vrt|y Purnfd '
Mt 1ekJ~ohtao burned nury and

obei0rl ai&t apl l 4 a ,
SCbta e Rt WAl th e Iu la se.
| ... ^ Anndelr, iy.;.... oP olr p

a I e. ob a n @ >tea
Vislitotag>boTert pr1. Boe- @
Atty. Bntn4%.Slv ofr P. t,
t*^^ ?e ^ rgtae* ^We ~~Iu~o

ojti.wk* el tj o o okn *o* tuu
Vt4ooa '*btab a A Ottenoa no. t:
6 MBUIr wScklTvmalti o.4K^,

Sit by'J. w. McUtml a& C.

The i1rida

lFrithad Truk Growei
one: Ye-r ;.. . .. .. .1.00
S;.8li e oo ,. .. 10

dA handsomoly. illustrated magazine
d.eoted eape ,aitf.t to the intoresto6
te-froit. and Vegetable growers o

A special Ora ubacription of. si
month will Ie ent on receip t 2
,ents. S in ak. Stanp ... :.en.

'..oalving ,: or Week. .Rate
reasonabe. ;lrt, shtry roomsa. Rou
newtl teoovate. Every thitg first
laMs and up.to-date. Hot and col
ietire free.
0onvenientto! square.
: Nbt %Oak avenue,


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mi tt aboardd h aoeh mal b' e and express can
ad e in to A4 4ral top Pullman sleepe
et t e e, Ale ford, Wane
Intermedi e points ltk.d at Arener with a l Bird branchb
e '-Nos. ad allE deeper betwee- 6 Oreae and Jacksonvill
Ssteanmes f Weat Ra a.-Le~ave Prt 'anp At undays, Toa
)I and Thunz"dlai slj,
.. CO B Ticke.. a EiS620't Gen. au. #t Jacksonville,
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YIe FIst stesamlps e tb .Service

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Jaoatoa~lUe RUd

Asetau. Strwoe
rid, Qua thee.
i BeaA h trouble.
'ii# tta.leag

WI. 0

ha)ud Intermedil

Sa Oturdays p5f

'u s up y- Je lt


sgi made~iF




Mr. ,

eothe' t

#A ir Pas; c iii a *
t o wrkHis :Gri.
!d *Ma.Hey,;:el ri^s

- shortly al:r *
ble-barreled shot-
lkshot, threatened
I -1 . . I . *:

E FJ ..Uptj .. ,-. .. -..:
tlwiait had the dp0
use s.:,Cesar ,pr*ii
th one whosbd attempt
a^|(, w^^re the weatin
l ipee. inder, arrest 'andu
r jail, where h isi
W lliam., who :
axWest Mati aMreiel,
9f1.i0, had borrowed
kvtwaier at the

n Wtlliams told him
|*loard: tto the restate^
Ai bemonoey in th..ie
4 OOa.,e but Instovid
was fA.".t*jt n he
4 at beO6fQloth
|#ti iaiter,' there. might
iC nlD'ent .tory to have
likely- b given a pre-
fing-before Jodge Mason
til without saying that
tln4der a hoay ball.
8 .W Brought Before
p ifeti l Montday, ...
criil tay.. there were
iaopghl before fHil Hon
isse eaiied was tithat of ithe
arrylg concealed weRtons.'
was brought by T. .B.'Dei!,
eqe6 that in an altercation
I selt aid Whetstone a few
Ihe defendant struck him
p metal iuOoks which he
:eibbut thi person.
was ited b Jury, and the
ili r.wee worn ; John
. M.. PornCel, R. 13. Peel,
uk h$might, E. Baird and J. A.
$ cg the vdyncy in he
aimen f council fh$0
llkit tra'lpk^na d a


id Powr, ait4iy foP4 r? 6f ^
S a 1ai.t.Tllous, Remittl yI id lot .
mitting Feves and by gong to the seat of the
.uble, works prtto;w St cure.

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To., Ao

^tibaiJ1y, aiii of wq pi aveoo*ppd I
th ; t& ins to ihe ,1 i ta t.~ .
T:hs.e r 0 ,0eate ionductVi b 9
R l,. Jehycteld at 9ier~,ad 4
a lhurc drob were mee tnp ','
DPring the services the ~thyn,
4titl Land" and' tet God's Wil b's
'ob''' were rendered ht a beiutif4i
1ig;4oepa ed leaves a wie san4 tex
bhldi en bpl4ot ii imbers oa ,ladebto
d ,and : greatigndeipldria. to Is 5
Moir. ohis A 46 do'.ma. To tb b p,.*
wh'ed4 we 0etgt4 e~inero^pptpthy.
-romwhihnne ver wk to w#p,- |

Boy Oured of Colic Abte: Phylidan : '
iSEy boy whea ftor y ears old was
$alien .ith colic had owape li his t
a tu I ant for the aofttor and be
g0~tin :ope, i then gve him aia A
Oholer^ a bet aW ,oo hhe-, ileephaig .nt4M"#S
Lake.Wls. Mr.^Wllkini! biookkeeflr .
t it he .lIe ak e'v Lunber Co. r
sale by al druggiat. and nedlc

PeipidnRoe., *'30
Note p..f .. ... "- :,1. na fte at_ ..Abo o

westt Iat week to Geneuvile to t"
Mr. an4 Mas.J. 4. Board land .d
dreit left W~nes~tay fo. Virginlia. fOtte 8 a o
iss Zat"sY AooMk has restored attuet 6l. 8 ri
tromn Wot`higton Spri gs. t\ for p
" %H. A. "llelis home ftow Jis trip to
Mrs. Lee Goodson is viitini.g in Siot-
*on, Fit
O. 1E. Caldwell leaves this : week for U 1R i
Springfleld? Mass, IV
SR'ev. P. L. Stokes is at Indffa
Springs, Ga., attending a oamp meet- .
|i3I -.e AW* e cos 3
Mrs. Husband's niece, Mis. .a.set ut
of Stake, is spending a few days, .
The Jalmhee Circle met r
night Mrts. O. 0. usband's Lto eeT

4 Onie M1llietr1 Died aPaupr. I
Nw :ork, AMtlllglt 17.- e:es Rolk iii
welt Crow, projector of extensiv,-o -X
ter coii test., snd once a m t.o. Ir. : PV 11
:z1:zz4z ,.0pS& .or*Ie
*' s tov a p fty te statl ..... ..
.et. eds the Will o01tact
-tC r w. Mdd ea 0 liu ".
", 50 at owav"shly by develop'

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4 t0 1 ktrA shoyf f o ive w*o ies
In*v t f la
tt,-Ilenoltt Mewiold ;

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Palatka, g F

Vines, Liquor and eer.
ialfy,. Mailordezi will have prompt
ipmenit made .dy ordr itr ned.
i:Ne GNod. b.ed i P.f.rd

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n the R*h~ U
'I'h. h0avI.*t


h.%Ae to ere tot,
.1pe6,0, 6more thi n last

.' thpt i M ~A i4taixg na
0grlbs i khis AIetat *erp. E

S* oae, t. InhbtM ita s f

P t liated arto -tert 1

rhl. wiests 'Ubeen I ntelt -
annonced at p the department tha

Qrt5iajj n tl'mfor t i b pror t.l f^'
baoofozt *unitetaboah aboutva

wte hlave'rsA.WOed labWes nd
SI 1t I .. rIuteA ,'

SOf at eonly for l8Ste t.on theos
ht!oo ha oilhe ot st, been Intled

ashianage it In tbe past years the
tes Would br Mtp'sh times a, hrdeat
uf t fe t. n d -ght
-U"e than ory tle aMdt terai

8er l.e< havoe adv&ned ols.e and
Aeret triomtbeAy. r ne..ro .

a .b only four it est an the
' WhtOh h ive not been dtigraIed

fbt Ot e is yea
is4ates k arvlae et adh zsnodas
^ a Idaenr. tohoe ands

BB~~i WHO 4xid** oiwXIYA

ps o eo a en oft 'on

..... h th a O i '1tf O:n

a to 4pa10 OS 'tlon thb
4 .ite aniroptie Th' is an.

h1r eWliai t.presl 'dnt of the o

tbad he.af~t erwards :de0 elope,
i4t obew fnthe' greatest of the aonth

eater rydtem4ahewa4 e a ed byatron4
a i nte ite a.aIlt s oit diseabur,
11114 prodati6na. c tr, reqdred Ra. man
of el eve, stolid faith and treleas
energy to biatle with .ueh enemies.
Bot the. ;ght tba.. Mr,; WilligtTs at
oce pu 0(11and has continuedd wit h
0 plti n W e o ..-lapa xeAlet ha ..been
eadmtration I tthe ra ilwdy t worlt

In ith ofO ot shi h erge hs hel- so

eatrn ste's o he waI givehibm it.o l
iitqla an -,,- l t9'i .. .

o Ie aI.ams.. deserves from the-
oagyng pei petin sart[Iti|rear tsan. m
itsvteelv anesl. s,-to'i : fhavlinr hbull
eon ert 4 deWtlowinh saiob enesitem.

l 0ih i iot llt and ow or oined ith
othe mrsistoeao.a s aio ,hambinat0 bu

t.e gld0iOatheiosf tqp railway otelb
t the!oistod in afi .: co-1o n g 606e01.*

ltabeto meapi~tppttesn With ctr salt
over a100 of the tgul sq pay a hotel ts!,

When itwoe ieq "bhooasag a bpope,

man ha lot* satd h h a e i sne tly be-a
aau*e he happen to be imore ther 86
r 40Years old,
t toD Rsw .T, 8O 0
The readers i l hls paper will be
pleed to learnpthar there la at lesa
one dreaded deleape that ieleses hae
n able to ie o alla cobin and
tQofpar hi. attrhi thih narly
cyerIoOnlr tnhe ivsanAut npea f tah tbrl

N1 cin ^"betV aance

1Pof ^a uiy ,Unhawpy Wft
f* W I *ugust i7.-.-Aten grt6y.0
ia rrtet airn ev.n .r.. fotr a

R; ft th. station' X ft. d:
;i- Ree q .by
PLt,-yBei darhterw fta r .-

s "t 1 l. ive at ' h *ualper
h aii:dnlonthat **hea-Solmld4. *
K thl". lery was U4bOrpvi in ir.
,rilAge 004 Ftr*ntly saperatuic fr'bay
bler 3llu od.

th lcN oenst: andecombqr, ano' e re
Zgord to &ayHerbine a poivnen~ rught
fretn at Bte1faiotStat onKy., wrtle s$

SWee wery.. eq listed by r.r. .e. fn

lahr s d6in Deemberatidn we areIL

* oKl; a iJ hnoo. *b e* J* s

Ofr.s Very Low Bates on FollowingDates
olonlas T c ckeo t,, o C1aluornia, Utah, -
eYrqad New MeXico, Art.ona_. Colo-
a ~n o, w ashtolnmhnton. Montana,
Ideg;, Wyomilig. ,On sale until June 1;W

St. Louia and Return
b*' bl1U FARE 1lUS U% CENTS. On sale
'. Jine --le twood. toreturn until June 25th
San Francisco, Los Angeles and
aItonal KU0aMPopin t G. A. R. Ti. lok
ets on sale Jtly 91 tO, August 13. Good
to return urt t Ootober 15.
PDenveri Co1, and Return
On iJne Jineto July 9th. Good tore.
turn until A tklua laist.
. R,, D. t . ,- .
SThroujgh Pullm4tt0aeeptnw oar daily between
jaoville. M8!,. Atlatnta. Chattanooa,.
NhbvlUle and Sti. b .ree reolintla obag r
oar !between Nr lr i0 and St. Lo' 1, and
thregh Pullmnanl4tp6l 'oar daily between
,ah$lle and ChltoO. Thi is tthe only double
tralt line boiweent O l Loao and the Ohio
RItOr. Wo fuUi p8tRt ular h Ioeeta and.pamph-
leta iMdre s
o ii n Brouwn Bidy., Atlanta, t~t.

-Are Yo ONt, e4

Nrrth or West?


Offers unexoel" A pansenger seilc.
Modr traites, eiules mnd sleepig.t
er5. xitto-dat Iamhes,- free reClining
hair cars ante itng qars between
,t. o t Phern itiea. A et
Upest diin j;*i c.,in the Sooth.
All aenta through tickets (ria

For rates, sPqedples and sleeping

4tj pLWUGO. P.W. Pas#.Agt.
S10 W. B

"a ,Florld

renmina artmooth od soft nd free of al& A7h
en. for 90 free b4ok on 4isea'tff ^hq

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mea. of the 11
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t to o out r
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%...nuch discou
*.&Per of the
.I"thoe.Uge of B. .
trial at least
s oon noticed
Client to dec
*i, .bottles mysk
bin was ay

et Ating Qold weathe
prful burning, itchij
n. tow will puril
d tone up the gel
l shuigish circulatio1
Or1nTon to spring al
,h blood to nourish i
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r` | ; D OL.LAR$,
l ighW and Figur

19th, Hon. Rbtit

|io heKirby Smith monu-
O imacedyrand It I.ll be a
)he word impl .iesLpa..
it was let to the O.orge
on"paany, Jacksonville, and:
-i:t-sat' be. erected and
1inlg on 3hJuary 10, the
aeLer.l Robert E. Lee.
iott wi~ltCost $1,000, I.t
DtOa ted f:oIpi the fliet
wkiarianlitie *ith a figure
aop, rest t- bones.
'Will't -be sixteen fees
te !itl"e, and will make a
kK:ioteore Qf soldier life.
i4 ,Adt. I t been 4e0-
i wpon, t t is t calculated
u the center of East Ublon
ain site sBo that its may
'ysible from the proposed

tetA p'taiae l. d1 e the' rmerw-
b 'y irt4 Chapter, United:
f.WhICpr federaoy, andI tW,
S:F. IMKinstry, Jr., espe-,
tif ecomplishment of' this
oh will prove not, only "W
o .the bravery of thq seo who1
aaitse. they believed was
s anfat-1t, but also to the_
b'noble mothers, wives and
oi. thO '.bra 'vest people on

,..WAl REIGNS...
ovrtg the Chlkat Indianff
C kAtagke.
Ees.s M. f om ~ Skag.
,worid 'of tribal- waa;
^lfMinwt4dians of the KiyV.
r #i'daly reign of torrorl
^'e4 u valley of tb
Wltberaft, which general O
Sam(ong thtes Indit&n, is
in*. boee at the ~to om ot
e. One Indian Is reported
aia.y badly injured. -
Veb In Miining Stock.
Wa., August 17.-A. B
a millionaire Coeur d'Alend
0,, ha' relebived a telegram
.ork' lt"'Qfrtnlnr him tSlt'
pt i* Standat-d mine to the
Itk* Ad ,orelting company,
06,0000 corporation backed
ctic tr6. sand Gould*.; ha
d TS.*'.e 'price paId -fol
S4 is sbopt $,o.00qo0. Th4
w *ll 1mo :take oV6t
|atths r ,e and the ^lnBpIre
4 troup S. the om. ur dA\l
he Ia*ae capital of the Fed.
Swill be 30,000,000 hal
p4 'Itrlt p~et ltdi4Tpar ceut.
en 1. 0l be held

ekhote' Meeting.

S6 tetI eoi re

Sla the Aaa Arbor
,i, 0e, seoIgh m
. he .i,,ls etwro.ate

1*10 *IAVmtfl. ,

aemei~tthat they nWnet #O*
0 lo th nb ir;^4i sasI

t t wo evind, o rapee .

"Oh, weiJt weiI never nIns* a loath aIt
rie ^ o:e i; ;f'vhivi. fler folk# an
need i %t uo'.t e i lu R AGo." 4
jitbat is:1.'t -it looy th m imarn :
saw hg' Vree'':P i:to ol' room, go tO u1yi
po-1"Tet ta'i. l te 1tboo 0"o mp"ty
: O. "Oh, dt'l,(It, '*pepr'.np, It's florc<'e ofl'
,l bti t : )no B>*" l's n m rient d'.
hlibl~t vb ku"

nesville, FI



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& hi s/ ,s 'Li-e, l M za irv r
TheVira 1 t:
tow thest o pIbi Y'oILn a)dir
high raI Il WtT 'ed it 1 tl ting to

prtr.it ointt 4CrlY and .,in i d ow
little toim e yoar to .oplet ithn
first rotor" Ih pok lici, yo W vtu tA,.
4iort, that Sir Gohlwort' G rn

f rratingl ften les an ouoLr, nto d Pthel 0
lia J. ,Gidtrey wis a su6o 1 lt' 4 R'ryd

s olly one gatlyt,give tnhet(p t, "wkl
a'.eowd awsemblt d e it ,eloksham set .. ,
upon the o if Elnei and: hav;turnd
thlai lngert, threw atones and serlous-
Stwounded thsome stoker. This Gourney" i

Journey jotau to e asd the firstealiite Of
ocothiotiotn ly s teia hr England. t
reenr t~oi nbled at xIlksha=. ge

`ta -the ma inhe tant.-- a ld. ul.e
It til fier ",Vthrewolon ,'and e. ..rio
journey sta lwsta the frest example'(of
.locomotion by steam In England.

The ce1tporatlon Of the city-: opf010t t. .41
gow wanted to purchase the Wh.. tler -
portraIt of Carlyle and in due C our O --
waited on theo master ofthe p a nte art dFRIE Y S T
of making enemy la about th# perle
(1,a0g0 n out ias). They. admitted ait w .
inalht',,1rt it. ('ilillesee o1MAfl(1S EN DEl, va. sitg hin h
not think,'r r. i tUr e a t P bl n. 'nti S g roid Lot ,.
wee, wee bit excesslve ". l "' :
"Didn't-. you know 'the .price. bfore
you eame to tner asked the mat",r V+id.et1for ND ELV,

.a ,, ia.h^ wlls .. .I M ..
with susplAnlod blandnes Nbi . r 'S
Oe taye, we knew thata r 74 i .. Qut(J -it iprt .au.inr i'd, (ahifseiliBl4i,

ftro corriod doir oa t ; H ^
"Vbry wel, then ," ai O th
In his entest tones, "ole* Inruetn .f the mrt: . '
'sometbLng e he." And a, t e M was who wish o dres
sothtn else of terest .to. t, will pP ,, nhoe iathlily to 0 r
"corporation" they paid the prIe anld-- .. '
trn't a Glaewegiap-made at ~le.llent MA RCi J IU ENDE I..
ceoseir I ak.
With an Impatient grunt the bool$ N-. A,-*-Marcu gundel sell the fnimouns ''"it -Clethngtjit-,th
keeper threw away his pen and put aot4/"1,nAhe byy SchlotlBros. & o. of .altmore,
new one In the holder. "It. te.ribeA .. .
six or seven hour* i new pn-Will*: be
gin to scratch. It kAeps we busy c han* '
lug the blamed things, let alone 'ie e~
pense. 'There's money In It o the
Ian wh" will invent. a sondorroIve
ink." A6 6id an, a bill pcollecto'r, *W -M S v
marked to hIda: "My young lfrend, r V
tell yo71 a .tmre way to stop your i k
from eorrodlfg your pen. Tfke a 7fewl
st ron nalls and iput them .in .yond
well Thie ,ink'Ws corrosive s r waill .
plar aItoeltut on the noail, ada nd wl.- S...M
squenee your pen will escape. A pen : 4r + JO rw t i V
that only-laSts yon a dlay now should. 44"
nWmith t bmetbod, 1ot at least4wOW".. .7 6
--Pll0delphla i8. SR,.A.T-& 0 0.
hEipepstahts, Part.
little an.d community es freqiUently R at-.': a,, Jobi" i. ,
e"peud large sn of money in fitter .
taking conventions, conferencl ead
oyier Public gatherings, bt be_ n
or a, spirit- of hospitality provelln6a o.
& ---*i,,***., 4 f*-to;a Tile-
"'. '' 900. 1D 8QUJ It E \ a ...... I $8 "
ta ra ci.", Alfter the eftiar 1e4 r an4, . M,
tedetrsha e theio s ..,rat ..... ig ... ,+ts

at a o te1t, t t-*es 0 i ta ".. ... ..

i n~n>Af o P~t~natby. th ^,l!-r
** Utearas-. Th*;.t-
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01O TO4#
l aQNro to u tla sy tto # .ila ;.s *( !
bea" (at~tibttatbe, est tisIO
10 4 :' : he
-' :'*'*'^ % i :. :*,* ^ ^ *n ;,';^iiiN~ ;.., *4v**.

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Qat hore

a a

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bsfb adi'd akw 'of Qro
Ule4 t4 1il.n 4 Cf osa.
Sooztviotel Pof i Abrir la

^.^ir'B(t(^ '|Aattence.9at
Nearly FortI~te H1s Life
A faahwa7 shhos) ending
t44 horrible utleer on th
R.;O 7, Pf akh droei ,. 1
h^is to to"'
A^teA '166i.

in' Oi. th
thle, hrs
a tbema S

... ....

ii to relieve
Et: I ased Whi
Sthefirst two
S*welv e, on:.

g As a tops ,
otr) ,e of0! the
in th. ba,.
1e 0 'g of the
4 4,4',w& urpnte

7+Td 1.0o. For sale by

h ,tal t J W o ir itoeay
d e o 9l. t .. e smal roadu
ON 3g f ^tp se in one way
e ro;ie wterme ats,
fat vill, Ie d., Pa-o
Sd ip bs01,g r t09
s iI A O i' proar), forP

15 j raoiat l fisthe e or the

low it At.
Wo Olin r khcad onh pr
~ trast I, iuseh tM oiemtny frms
4 pIrm g.rorize e rotate,
g ra^te.s under cori.tionhe
SOp~e-'lIT:tI the standard onTe-

G. IIw :,0koln a0 ownd
,19S; Arsi.%.g.stl 4 ant l ti, 490 8; Sep-.
l tIb t1 4 A5O. 1908(; Oftober 8 and
Sr $ 90t; a 0sabelr l aud 17, .190 8. *
e.pardn 4 O. r...au gs sur.sage. ,
* has ga Condtlonsonurst and each cons-
k w OtA p o d t iket st to*i be faced "second-
;(1 o iot good fi parlorai or sleeping
kee, ent 0ire are som1e of the staple crope of
44llf&4a & dlfterent motions of this territory
7 .g .All vegetableI anrid small fruits,
pe aes, Mpears, irpes, ftlgs, oranges,
S ptine pples, grapefruit, watermelons,
fatally, oiNte and oth- Ifiritsf, wheat, corn,
Sleg ots raiBnd other 4,ainsg, tobacco, cotton,

la.m i1W.* ,r inie to
^ an4 it he p~oliqy o, a^ Atlantic Coast Line

options It elgimsj tht it is the greatest
l b wg rol d I dtnerica, and it pro-
r o*h podcs to .the
aU'i*tah notthnras rtl the .best possible
etozad-tlon, in N|at tIme, and at low-

4" aA.eeI
a ^n part 61 t5 country .is there a
St atearabntiaee of game and fish
that bi(tte t on this lIna k
a* tt* .oWthern fthmiers are invited to
t a1ag write fr iiforidsaton in detail about
A I 'the territory Ay the Atlantie Coast
S. 4855 5. *AS *S s't*wXA.
h 4 t 1 a.t4a herop' uthat the Abetrao .t

55o sroA.D
kt aLto sb ar0 ib I ija
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I : ,ba. deb
.ollars of Flord/i.)
It cure uIYdigesi
m'* Disorders. -....".Y ,
,It.ifa pleasant To
tite. a4N d streby
If your Iaugti

a million


s appe-


.it, write to them nltma inr8. Cure
or No" P -'

Note. -Tropicai.e1 P:e. Tar
and Wine is made troi .Itie of
:the Fl6rida Pine~Apl ~ Tar
and Grape Wi 0ne, nd i bs tety
pure an a true tonic, ai.:

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AtOvewr MonPA

OAnotton setoks and

.mrwho .s priW**

S a a for yeter:ay:r
b oo ,-ottoin Market .
.u oigh. _Lo. J ioge

S9.95 9.87 9.,87
2 87 ..9;7
9.78 .-9.67 9.. 9
:o#,.C steady. .
7hI7ag1 Mar1ketas
S BSi'gh. Low. Close

#Aa 18.00 12..5 15.177
1 "7.90 7.80 7.82

1,7 770... 7..7 t
i4 7067 7.62 7.!

Yi.k Stock Market, .
a r L, low. O:oe
~1 4 613- 62'
60% 481 ;
I l48 4 47%o
S145 148. 146
-- 17 1
107,. 106W, 107..
186 184 18s
47 446 47

8 8248 88
4 WV4 466
77%. 76- 7

As IM a24
72% 71i 796

5 1%. 126 12

%aven Up to Die.
Ipiegel of Ev~orine, 1e4.,
'ror Ave yeats I was troubled
y ap i..ladder affetIo.
SIpwok. Three of our
,"s*p tme amd 1T a
iotl. olobwe a,0ao., bottle
mi.: i .whh g ve
ibotle. Own-

|., 6..r ft nad-Trlp
Ibomir Airl.ilse*ry have
Ow u, Aw ttrtesive, rate.
SBrftdetown$ Elentoand
h Ohlo nhter o.eay.

S*Is tall", to arll |pota

see* .

e .aee Tenn 14,96*, Spartanburg,-
$ a PS, 412).0; VIrginsa ,ea" V;.,
$150; TryonW lo N.d ~:, 1- .t1 Wr 11
8,0...#8,56; W-ar.prings,, g $2
..... boo S. 0'..- ,an ,(fBtrrhsc
prthgs) $12; i ynedville, ', ,
14,2 Whiteston, S. On, (Whlt op"
Lthia Springs) 12.10.
Aick.t etjotround hwip. Tikerts t;be
sold Wednesda, t..M4 ugus 9. l
itn of tickets returning to and hi.t.
oluding 8eptemnber 2, 1 "90 .
.r ye r e.... ttr C'h eGo l .
I wAs troubled ford several yetrt
.wiath ohrone a indige .tonu a ,d miervom
atoII.y^ wrlte< w sk F.r.di ., of "Aii.-
oastej.. H.. "No reM6t helpe' me
bntllI blgtui usiog $letri tt 1
oheiqdid, mdortood thhn Al 4tti
indtoiinesI evr' sed. They ha'
'alo kept mny wife in b4xecllobt h.estim
f or Years. a 8he aoT. lAteetr a tit t
ure uset spleidid 1qt gentle trouble
thatthe lre a 4d tonic and ln"
visatordown Wonn.
No othe medicine csm. t.ke it- pla0 e in
our family." Try tSheit. Only 00,.
tidfaoeI an guaranteed by all drug.
giste.., t b i .:______ "1 ___ -t_
U. S. internal Agents Make
rest and Expect ,Mrv....Ri..l'*te e
Acused of Stihg Imitation Or*im ,
The arrest of Honry Silberstae a
cithsar dealer at No.288 ow re, oha.ed
with harvihg filled 0it bores,
marked h6e boginnin o'i a war that
will be waged by the ,Unitd Stite. ia.
teupal rove0`e agen t ay. *" st dealer
all over the ohy who -aive bees en'
gaged .in hitolar e.raotles. lFor toneo
ion ths patr a large migar eoncernt he
been g",attly an1n'ed by oiomplaiut
that hinerfof cigars were being so1&un.
der if. label, and notified thie Je
Slabelrtono Is alleged to have bought

|regular pride (s-ive ed ce his) It.if th
boxe! with a cheaper article, Widfih lie
sold at eight for 26 cents, expla4in.g to
his customers that thle only difference
In the cigars was in the matter of the
The aheap qigar was sold without *
label, while: the real "Orewi o'ave 00P40
bnd about then. In thiisI mauait
profit of 6on"iderablit more thau 001
per oent.~ Hie %WB artaigned before
C(mmtMn~sioner Shields and held fat ek.
AiLlination before the federal grand
A cigar manufacturer interested Ia,
the ease said: : '".
:. o.Substktiitoh. of cigars or refllAng of
boxeS* fa been going on for poae tthAe.
We have ,pent thousands of dqllars d"4
vertltngma one parienlar brand of
ogars, and it is-the name of this cigar
that hat been Illegally used.
"The bands were placed u|s our

pu*aaties.-gWu York Amorke." -',

Tl^, ^ h^^od. ./, trmaia on
: a pr ,Is .,+ old aU, ssrll m potur o
apass-.tapp ...it .

WA IRA .TON ......
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'Wholesale and Ittail

cUqt Mon.'urr b win.( $4.10
" iexe sm fsr... ...

r eal t 5oier I *r fet* $ 4.2
WW >rer
a t, FP0 PR?.0 a . .L.

"fs vehi asr l t wtwator bmth.li
Iad in a 4y ertIli from
M TaE e tS rain toB I mr.1

)W;K :": to lay h ...... e
f ohadll U vo1tdlae

the tr an 000A .ksvO;e
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andmthe EAST,.. IOT $PINGS: N C
The NOARTH and WEST.. a "r 'Th $pp. Countryn.

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Rapid Trantsit and UsIrpaSpto -86vi
Time T abl in eeffool ay 24, : + 2
pg8:40- Am "I 444 .pt*p..nd lrte. "
My a arid:mlat Point
.o8da, ..sburg and Ipa, nd
.Interediate. Ponse.
:2;5pm Palatkai DPatona JaoksonHvll., 4
Datlly Norh, aZ t and West -: D... .. i

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P Picket of Jacksonvile'.,
is he" aStoLB, was registered at
4 le AjW DtownHouse yesterday.
-,|i||g^^ (st" il Af- oVen ta o Lake Vtew, pl
t p p d''ke hf Evinston and C. Melton V1,.
Ig'r^^ / ,^ woS-: him~~~ -weg re amo.g thoe wiho h
S4 2 ed Gainesville with a visit, yete .. ''
"e 1i 14on. P. nyoudwant arphysic that is mild
P k W Po o '4b1s, easy to take and certain to-
W t wbs4 ays use Chamberlain', Stomach
A I4 "it 4S U0w0.. and' iivr Tablets. For sale by all .
.t lrry. o o o$r4 Ret,-rott $r and ,,uggists, san4 medicine companies.
g g T oo't n4rainmaster C. W. Parhamn of the

.: at'ed for dlle, a6ler Ion d unnellon yesterday. The-phosphate e
nto iApersono ig irgs, one l k es.Ad- moments from that point re ecep-
Sty of the le4ig b 0 i xgn~ i3 0! fthe* dess1t. 14ons. Oly4e oop~ aoJk on sohally tepvy just now, which detains
S. e roreiv t1 w r vBoit% o thl* pov" h. 8.18 him the greater part of the time. l i i
-fiiat. yerd.a: mese Citrk a~ndahhe nd Mrs For1 tiz l eave Gaineaville at 22
.a,,nt e.r od o ta mne .,Thurseday, Aug 20th; arrive at
SA. whe h e 540 p. eturning ..
esL. depot at 2:2 .m 'ticOet good "t wi easanty u t of -the ldeaeav St Augsstine either Friday or
-. tSore utno, A-gus :. St 1an" "-ch'eainThey report a el rightful turdayat 1;0 a. i ., arriving here
.ilpt .cAh~a .declares at 1:45 p.m. This is the only eur-..
abate but last:, a ecompished $tl ,i a h ?r. Olark dn. that tre slon. this ear to St. Augustine. Tick-
,$$ 0 v ...... yo. la "y ..... 8 re,.i!r ihi th.- y ,ed ., .... t
S roo nhr o( Whiie Spr ngrp at- curative ts are sd goode to return eit her re-
l^ ... RfanId will r iHaln this week as the gest wa gter satothe exoelled.c Osoar Mor- day or Saturday. Don't miss it. o Hi

....'t 3 the t ost^", W Iwi;a:n ad E ppylar e a m nrg week. One of Waldo's Oldest and Most Vat- -:2
oM men I the t was i- the city Aong the prominent, visitors to his ued Citizens Passes Away.
y t:.oEa. ...oia1. ousiheod cif Pdt. ty yestai.o was J3. E. ttch of Waldo, Aug. 17.-hManuel En- THE
6.. andy9 i., Retui v Hine
lS 1e oo,.euo omepaC an dealerseensa a prominent citizen of <
NIP 2rd0t ps.Il -Jabos ,e o
t .Onge t M and w re andee in Waldo, died Sunday morning
t'14Op, 2 whom5 to f a. ate dntanc dd no t
e 0th. Tifckete tms( serdv ays i6ship section as the gener eindlee, and one of'S th after a long, lingering illness from a
SSt gouets frel d relatives. most et islv mercantile frms n .the completion of diseases, aged 87
Sofloaopy was i the For ld lg r ounty r.uthtatedtathe years.
91' t ,iWa ". e P.pelt bl time Pleasa., ap0 street Al, .8 .trade i. bl section has been excep- He came here about twenty-eight
hefamly of oo, corner l and` $e- tiona.,ll'ne consideringthe season years ago, and has lived here ofT ani
,oh i strts,. Bee ) ers, and that hle anticipated a moe proa- on'ever since. He came from Spain in.
Ihoe to visi t. Augus in Mr sn4 ~. George Brabham afl perou year. Th rain has damaged 18 and after a short residence in
tr-rpy A La. Thursday Aut, .litle. dt~ ~~e tMary ig'ie, have gone the cotton; rop to some extent, but New York, went to Cuba, where he re-
ralzveaves at 8 SB p. m, Good tb Melro0e eg vipit .0la tvet for a few altogether the prospects for the season sided thirteen years. He traveled overre
r t1st 22d..0t ..G.. daya. .4ill- s wish heia. a pleasant aWre mo t eiPcouraging. Aftqrspezdding andritist

kb oei a d oh ilden df ri.p.h was well informed as to the men and
.foa ionh Q4y in will de of,
passed through te ty h en of Beekr ll be the history of his day, which was a
the,-moot :W Y*R6 On e "o'Wald ldes and Most.Vw- O" '"
la en ltte to. alftka, whoerte gtifled at the Pif iormion Fetlt h |i- 'Iaf tr .lo-i -lng and eventful day. His business
S&pe a.tw d-ays, .,. gre.ly provee. after an ilslnes of wais that of a manufacturer of cigars (F it
1i6 o.- Vii ew, several days with ever. Th i youn g anid he was an expert in all lines of swMeals a
vstn 4 do. Meiton sonoayMr. ekter, however, who has- t t business. He was a good citizen oft
We... .. "it t hoe who ta been erin~ o" -some time, k still in every sense of the word. M i foar-t
iteiSlle iwith d visit yeste c~idpe t a ad condition, of tund from the bad faith of some with BH
.- ..Rev. W6-.rro h*e eoE Ad-. -whom he deal at a distance did not,
i l;,.Ba..' Brtof.oohik rVentista dine North Gai neville, down h im for he rose again to redeem
..eAt !ed My. totoay .f om. fet urned- yesterday from r Mikesvlile his business with increased energy.
4 tr eii Hifter'TXntom..,' $t t er po nte h. n misPon work, e ,e. honorable, accommodating, jovial, in-
on le *Ir t t har.en. o .... reports tea ains in ~ie onsc dustrious, he was highly esteemed
ne.. .. he.s vi'astd, and expresses a fear through many years among inus. His (1
tee. th.$ thAc to, have bee. d ti.aged. -, :-was of the Roman Catholic faith.
0biie buxt ptawanot VaItu t Z.). @lonof W--ld6, ate fhe IHa leaves a w Jf two daughters i nd
dkWJ , Da2 whon, ot s esfnui naval tores operators two grown son to our- his o. He
Mrsf P. .ar:long1 nee of Alaehua county, was atsnong those was an excellent man, with not one Specia
f1, ll ~it;sonthas returned trading in thilty0yeMsterdayr t He re-t enemy, and will be imuh nissed. "
d k Line-t he- ports-he
dt!rkp Morts the demand and pries hgolod, but The. ral service was conducted grades w
Sbt erlorlth 011 aId h lhas beeno retarded the past few by the Methodist pastor, Rev. M. H.
4 at4s to furnish wa$k a on account of the continue Outland, and was largelyy attended by
i 1of. '- w el ralns, our citizens, also by Mr. and M rs. Oar-
e, V i. f t2yar. o t -hy e offree of the Florida Fertil ser 1 ri Feanina and Mr. Daweon of
ta hs ret krneO to this t ufturig Co many, Porter i t Starke, who arrived too late to see him SCaR
ikrod. L aing. finished lock, Elast Main street, I being beau, R alive; also by Mr. and Mrs. J. W. a" c'o
flloo tk t er h e li foe- theo yified by theh.ppl|aation of psint naod 7 Morgan of Starke.- jn Gi it a
Apeh to remlnd ins this walllpaper,the atte that ofthe latestand Mr. Carrie came over from Spain Hot and
thS family tt the begi- handsomet design. The wrk is being with Mr. Entenza when they were but
tet Iateott dHoue .under the suporvision of Hao tt- 16 y ears old and have been life-time
........ ae of th treater W. H, Mooty, . friends. t
Obtln .".. b:a!9 1oimf ed ohe.heen th slid
lI ieyedep ted yte Iformatgon has rOaohed this city of Oha. 1,t Store on EarthA The burial took place Monday in the
bafters16 nne rfedolgWalnd cemetery, ld. Hicks funeral di- ProM
pe omakew"otheir 'ep ders v eN ", h I. trindgfellh w re-" W sis s were tributes of loving riends. city yeate
r Mo am ohere eeed eeer.T. tssons,A. P. and John Enuensa; are Roeseh of
ri Ta. e, dhews.an.,expertiallolinn's esinM elllm neotoh ,
d oyserso ____e_ _nmohh t our o me
00b Midba abatamtOoday ceived rAll s- C.ty,- Auaewasag oot d-cit iz. ei. lonb ofuce

. thoS c 1 ityto tMrs, -W. H d e uhOe rfttd eus G sainsvll-e e Maur e vansef. wife of Gesorge B. e pas tw
expect 0to 'make.their depsrtnre friends-0f thisilad7 will hope for her We still continue to sell erivess's Eajf, manager of the Ahorican one of thea

.o, ont.merywher e Ja mednateeover. genuine stretch ,scandrawersforS.o Tr t', '. coipanyr was mnurdBered e a
pnda-fe weeksO witih friends; M.1 M1li Allen, of South Fork, eThe eh
Tor we oeklhee, a 1eks sayes. hastrehantwdrattac00,of Mensen's Borated Talcum, the gesol- of Ioome In the Aouthean portronoh o
an Khap~er fhohtraeaoprbltv'b takintg of ther- tais at 16c. 3 this city today. The husband from to thentime
rr4 t1whom i he files suit for divorce last andd sgna

ors !the otwaalitehent to o mnoin othotlie. -f Haass that were now ho of s Aama join. srong with para
t I16ap6e inpfieas Well kept as ee t velgipealist of the H. 3 Hats that wie, now R9e. Dris, ad strongly a dwienouncs the acs meat, whi(
su las t the St~sate He-1wil; like- tehiu.s o Ot. pkles., P-t.qHbre, .Is iey the -Hats that werq Sn, now 1nc. Uon of Allaaood and wi.e, as well das have also

ioae for the next three or fours ot in the nuterostaof h thoue,. Mr. Hata that were lt, now I9e. lthe PbyaIti hts i barge. The state bites, and s
Rl S Ip 0t only nl of the hleerest ment of Bullard v overwhelminly work 2
i' P. Setter ofithat rightly fellowin the word, bit, repr .ent GaltS' SUlm CiOth- denounced. 1L Goet" 2B
Shei H iigh 8pri Hor, t waat o ,the oleTret wp- o.
to this fity yesterday lkd made .datI a l 8 g .ek 20 Per Cent
San agreeable All We regret known throughout the tjni"dt Statee
helllness of Editor SetBer*a for nrmnewands puity. *.Oht-h' n o Coas that wetS 8N.90.,now IM]W. 9@l.lml' lress c\d
ify H. (-S.ler, who (. ne o( take nuch of so efbth to at >y Coan that we-Ira $.,-- now 89.- ~'
i menrehants or that tow good.he goo4i tnly. emarked Coats that wort now ..
a entering wt beiiEor. ii when some peron wa ate" to OUR LOSS YOUt Ci
Sthe lung. The phyitelan I throw compile t a ii. ...... ... -: r -
e ted thatthe patient. tke ai ini "My it-atsR THiS WEEK WE WiL
(te mounaiins, and he expects arait wl known sad so populaei that A"lt telr merits sad Wt Pliee Siater Dlres GoAds I 44e
th his departure in a few days. .ll E have to do sa to go li maid ask a E de Tear sale seal
A wishhimt a, oeedy recovery,- tan bow abay ,he watsa. .The qaltty t f e w ata ... ...a ..
,at th t .in a o time e will 4 e te s
this Florl Thome fully re- abou_ propositlon. T me as D A

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nd special orders. Drip
e. Coo14 1iKgrdom.

18 E. UIN S)

I Reductions in several
while the cards last.

(SouthS Side Squre
tt Shaving, SampoohK.
0o191 Baths. FirstolIss work
teous attention. WThe .oa1ron-
e public Is earuestltoSiclted.


eminent Official 1Herei
ie prominent: mien in this
rday was Hon. -obt. H.
Bradentown, e j I ft the
inatee county, Mr loesch
e honored and tuaiged. pbsi-
k of the circuit toprt for
0o terms, and is regarded as
most competenLt bffloials in
He was deputy oilerk up
of his election fi(tm. 1886,
n stands more. prominently
county. Mr. opsIh li here
connected with t& e united
office, ',
Cured Paraltpl-
ly, P. O. T'rt asm2~es:
ad been 0ur#fslo t y,'6fears
yl in her a I as
to use Bairini-
sh cured .ber ~Is.
used it qti o, ors lt0
kin: ertxpsisAo. It dit '?the
e, 50 ad S4 otl a

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