Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01953
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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: August 19, 1903
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01953
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
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 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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ing R aval 0 Domonstra-
tiou at Oyster Bay.


UNaval Review at Nation's Sum-
Capital and Probably First Vver
Id for Exclusive iose of Pres.
ruial Monors..
ters lay, L I., August 18. -Twen.
S'Warshi$ps. drawn up In iutlr par-
o0lumns a mile long and includ-
g a t"of the be3t fighting ships
l'Unvited State navy, resting Ul)-
glak sy surface of Long Island
i4, ,ompo ed the picture wh-ich lay
i6t o.t before President Roose-
.-then he 1steppe4 out upon the
a4h41of his home at Sagamore Hill
y today. Their brass work shin-
,nir thd *-alai.t lng rays of the
i;tn ,una gave evidence that every
wpa itck and span for this, the
1ANitl review at the nation's sum-
I and Vprobably the first
fIed' tOr the exclusive purpose of
M idleantilb onors.
in'iialed by Rear Admiral Ba.r
,aid t4 lree other naval officers ft
liar raIt., the fleet, comprising td
adro s eacb of two divisions, qe
ti a' flotilla of tdr-pedo boat Je
,o ye Included a representative(
aorly", every type of fighting raft
4m the ponderous Illinois to to lit.
b;destroyers. Two parallel ce um1un
,ottleiohlpu and cruisers hea.,led b3i
4Keftarsmnrgo, Rear Admiral Barker's
ship, flanked by files of destroyers,
Vpol0 tng the 'Nortr Atlantic fleet
qtigd the placid sound for 2- mile
SQe m fro'm picturesque Lloyds Neck
Widltppading t he mouth of Oyster
,"i'resente't, a splendid marine spec-
cU, abundantly suggestive of Amerl-

i'i sea power.
Clustered In the mouth of the bay
ted the president's yacht Mayflow-
-. Secretary Root's official craft, th,
lphin,) and Sir Thomas Lipton's
aautiful steam yacht Erin. surround.
-...by. a grnceful fleet of steam and.
ilhng vessels gathered to witness the
postlnk ceremony when the presi-
andt and the fleet officials exchanged


resident Fish Says They Are Help-
ful to General Prosperity.
New "York, August 18.-Regarding
e dev610pment of recent years in the
Illrjd World, Stuyvesant Fish, pres-
ent of the oI-nois Central, has given
ut a statement in which he commend-
d buslneitiLonsolidattons as helpful
the general ,prospsrilty of the coun-
y. *
"'onsolidatlnas avd mergers will
oitmtnte right along." he says,. "but
c railioada will never be controlled
y onelta4;: neither will the govern-
eat take -con.trol of them. These
pnsolidations are aimed to secure
Oester economy and shoulk bring
bout iowr 1fttes-.
SYoutfaiano more prevent conoll-.
ltong -la th intterest of economy
you jiit mike water run up hill
right WAW to do is to let the rail,
aoia aUalzdate or merge all they
ta to. TIea let the- people look
or ittlt rates and taxation. There
_re at. ps" t some 800 railroad
mpaiae- amod these will sooner or
ter be mrged .intO 20 or 30 'eOrpora-
Jomts. ,It the inexorable logic of
Vents h I teodehcy of the times

Phiceag;tAtat n t teen s.
ttobileis Wee st-O.pi by the police
isans to re..terde' ad taken to
JPol eation where their drivers
i' rel4em on b d or on their own
Daleaebeosopear go rwt Tater A
1~ -faS itlvtiaa 'clothes
Se lt.wsa automobile
s t, two p em tt1*ion
Vtgi o a mela *ray timedW
faee ?d upead liit by
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CItlzens of Florence, S. C.,, Declare
War on the Trust.
Columbia. S. C. August 18.--To off-..
set the tobacco trust, *'hich it ia
stated is responsible for the almost
ruinous prik-e now received b3 the
tobacco..growors of &-,outh Carol'na,
the cities o)f Flo)rence cOunty hatve
held a mass meeting l-n which they
doti, ;tJ war on the tobacco trust.
After v.o fecting permanent orgafl-
zation, these resolutions were adopted:
"Resolved. That we will not" Pur"
chase any manufactured toba(c .0 or
cigar's Lut on the market by the to-
bavcco trusts where others are mahn-
factur-d by independent concerns ean
be purchased instead, ecgardI1 .0
any 'drop In price on the pa the.
"Second. That the chairnmIh s
organization appoint a co2mm u t
three to visit all the merchants "t
Florence, to urge them not to p r-
chase or sell any trust manufactured
tc..taeo or other trust goods where
others can be purchased.
"Third, That the ohalrntan appoint-
a committee of three tb prepare a
complete list of all tobacco products
manufactured by the trusts an4 that
this llat be given to the press.
"~Fourth, That the chair appoint a
commilttoo of three iln each township
,It thls organization.,
-"Pifth. That this meeting urge ..n
all other communities to perfect or-
ganizatione looking to co-operation
with us on these lines.
"Silxth, That a committee be appoint-'
ed by the chair to confer with the
morchanmts of Florence looking to make
arrangements to procure the sale ot
oil from independent companies."


Pontiff Gives $20,000 for Charitable
Rome, August 18.-The po e has
given $20,000 for d'itribution among
the poor of Rome.
The pontift seems to have quite re.
covered his health and he la giving
more audiences than before ho suft
fered from his recent rainting fit, al-
though the heat is still suffo!atlng.

This morning, among others, the
pope received Prince Ohict, marshal
of the conclave, and questioned him
regarding the discharge of his duties
as marshal. The prince said it would
be better for him to be Inside the c a-
clave precincts lnsatad of outside, as
there were many efforts to establish
.communication with those inside and
they could be more effectually checked
if the marshal was inside.
The pontiff afterwards received
Prince Orini,. The pope greeted him
with saying he would be glad if the
prince would retain his office- which
he had resigned before the death of
Leo XIII, and- pressed the hope that
he would not asgn resign it. In re
ply Prilae OrOm gave the pope to
understand that his resignation had
nothing to do with the duties of hil
office, but was tendered on account of
his diasatilasfatlon with the conduct
of certain matters under the late pope.


Constables Were Pushling Two Men
with Contraband Goods~
Columbus,. S. C.. August 18.-A rath.
or sensational seizure of contraband
liquor was made by dispensary cormta-
hles near Riddle's mill. York, county.
about a mile from the North C arolina
state lime.
Finding constables In hot pursuit
of them, a white man and a negro ear-
rying 110 gItillo of liquor in a wag-
on drawn by two mule and unable to
escape with tbor lod,, roned It down
an embankment by thi rod side.
Delayed In t OuWl-ll-jitheir tea.m.
they cut the baimetting,; mounted the
mules and MA de their earape.
The wagon sa*I ita contents 'were
recovered &ad taken to the Yorkwille
iltl. ft to probable the Uit4ed states
authorities vwil take the liquor.
Strke of Stane.vest ,
PlttbuMr,. AalMt 1.-A strke of
atonecutter of Ajlesnesny Pouy w.as
begUan todaA litr ,an :aWIe la Vwa
o tio coat* *a ho1"r. T., et {Bea be"

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Idle.a Mut~f ^ ^^ >
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BE$181 SCO

rnd Army of the i


M.ny Prominent and Diatir l ed VIs-
itort Have AireaLy Arrt -Every
Arraegement Mads I*r Enter-
tai.nmeit aIndl Comfort a. eats.
.$an.e'tanDels'o, Agtist I "d the
k-:A. 24 hours every tra~ eraW
Swall: coiltait vt"It are
oi$ the uallonual G i Arm y ot
the HRel.ibli. ,itiamraprc: t. Lvry
trrazngenme-ut Is being mPiade for Ute
s.,.eepdy transit of the 19ldirs, said It
Is expected that every p,'qoial qow
on the way will be hire no later thin
this evont.g.
A diLstnguished visitor to the en-
campmizent is UTnted S'tat,- oui'onj
Cornmilponer Ware, A -,,.j as manau
3peaklu bout. the pe i:s.n depart-
rieut. he said:
following the Sprt-ni h- Am rlcan
war the department recet l1 75,0)0U
applications, fuor penioui, .11l It now
has 6on its roll 0,209 ie. A. that war
and 3.662 w-idows. .'T< is still
liendting 35,000 aI)pplia~O-s On Aug.
1, 1902. the b bureau hadW i its rolls
1,0t)0,00() pensioners but. that number
has been decreased nearly 3:,iu men
since thon. All toldJ, ~Aerr were 226C.
Ofp new applications for visionss last
year, and the total on.the ,o*dks to bo
passed upon is 304,000. The total
expenses of the -bureau fPor its annual
pension payrmenita io far tiuinber 2,000,-
00;, are also colling- in
G(cnRral Stewart as pr-es
president of the WVomail, I
cletlon Is Mr.1. M. A. HtII

One of the Intoresting characters
now here Is Captain C l A. LoeTler',
United States army. rlireJ. who h~is
belen doorkeeper of th,. white hot'se
Fince March. 1, 1869. le Is a mieil
ber of K-it Carson po-r qof Washihng-
ton, also a mn-w.ber of thit staff of the
(omianader-in.ohlef. T I -Stewart. Ma-
jo." J. E, Johnson. the < i.utodiasn of Lin
,coln monument, of Spriaagfleld,, 131 .
Is aBlso _here. lie i_ I mA a t nmber of
S'evenson post., hanifd after the nan
who first organlacd th'- grand army,
C(h.irles P. Iasd, who betara the dias
tinction of belong the first mann t list In the unlon army, iully attested
by eongreslJonal inoulry. has arrived
among, thb advanCo jguisird of the army
of the Potomac contingent. lie
enrlitteld on April 15, 1 G, at Bata-
via. N. Y.
Rev. 3. B. Shuey. of rmporla, Kan,,
the chapiatnin--cblet of the Grand
Army of the Republic, i. here,
The encampment oponts today.
D6mands Redress From Stultan.
Manila, August t8.---(l t. n,)-Mas
jor Robert L. Bullard hbi demanded
redress from Siutan lt Deseni, the tribal
leader of the Lanao Mores. Although
professing a warm friendabipD for. th
Amertians, the sultan ree-ttly stair
rounded a mall detachment of ftited
States troops, paying him a fr11ndly
visit with a strong forre of waurr rs
and offered battle, his me-n t-sailtngty
bearing an Anmerlcan hla4. so far
-the only rqpy frotm -he sltanO to Ma.
ar, Bullard'a demands has bee. de-
fliano. ,

I Doctors Pr.nounce Hm Inan.
ew York, Aug'wt 17 <- a adltmtt
ATlen. the real -qu et man alda .1au Tr,
vard dOttdat, *h-b, aft.r lyiag kI -
s__.--t-LtO< ---tlRh -, --41- days

this eft.for stA aiMonaIcon, b-eb
tpronouated t*A*, and will be plaleI
in -a Mitartha.-- The d4oter .
t, long ail-p was the .-auy *sIgn of
4eata alt-hEb It puit .td ti 4oe-
torn bocapee. u1Bbt3 his W ab bours.-
Mllem's mind was pefecrdi elear aod
bhe J|rt7l e1 tradition eod.

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Expert Vaughan of the Geological Str-
.. vey Makes Report.
Washlngto-n. August 1,--T. W:
Vaughan, of. the tTnitdi. $ttales gtlog-
leal survty, has returned from w trip
which be made to Georgia for the lu11
Ioseo of looking Into ,the lprobtbllltl's
of the occurrence of potro!eiunt In 1
that state. One of the loxailtles vim-
Itd by hinm was tho viclnitly of Al-
bany. Dougiferty county. I
During the preceding year Mr.,
Vaulghl n spanti a mouth In nLauki1ng ai
geological recoinnatIassance efrom. the
edg.? of the crystalline rock near
1Macoi1 as far soltaQi as Alb ay. The
object of his work was to ascertain
whethlor the goologlcal oodltlous gavo
any Indic'ath si of the occurel.;Tne of pt-o
troleti) 1. 'The geology s oextremitily
simply. arm tholro wore no Indleations
of the geologih structure usu-ally as-
0clatedt, wlth oil pools. Thre waW
an entcgr absence of any of the sur-
face manifestations In the way of
gaS, -oil In other rsglons. Mr. Vaughoi
Ia of tiho opinion, thietfr're. that. no
oil will be found in western Oetorila
In the strip of country extending from
Macon through Montezuma, Amierloum
and Albany, that is, from ltIbh county
through' Crawford, loitotOn, t.Mtcon.
lo.ty, Sumitor. Le.e and D.)ouhorty


Several Large'fstablishmenta VIotims
of Plames.
Bruniswick, Ga.. August 18.--A Mei.-
ous fireo s burning in this cty' anti
much damage njy result before the.
fire Isa extingulj ed,'4
IXevy'ifyot r' trlhihag goods; Ad-
ler's do04d ft tClure' 5. and
ee-a o e ar4 at~zo anrd the flames
a still 4dl.Iuti, d the otttrIe rsteite
w k l "Ia- the prinlte l ones1,
S'ot, may be destroyed.
*q| rMj w the fire ori-i.

Man In Danger of Lynching.
R ulto, Mont.. August 8.----4rhb latest
advices frontm teventvlille, font.. the
home of the 6-year-old boy named
-iutl(. whose mutilated bddy was found
yesterday by a searching party stat
that 'ho streets of the town are crowd.
ed with angry citienm, who apparently
only lack a l'adwtr to take them to
Hamrilion and lynch Walter .Jackson,

111..0, -ml ,:,-u >n nvit O o ctmoa :d ianta Barbara, Otal Ati git i 8t -. "-
t nthe chl's death Jackson Is conlin, MImss Katherine lrthbwl, of ti.. P Aol, --
01i in the aunty Jii at .Hamilton Mim.. Is dead; I redeiL*Al .uefdeLrllll a
which Is heavily guaarded. Ins .4nlpa artist of this city, Ia a i.ai-lg a..ta.
~tion orf ao afttuan aud Prod Wetor, Netlle tone, Prod .
-Ill bert asd Grace Porter, Jo t ti..l .'. -,
TELEORAPHIC BREVITII. f city, cannot be located sit. at, hli
tI.. e mystery *urro4iad ib' )g af-
Raleigh. N. C., will vote ondispt fair ..
saryt-queston on Septlember 5 ; Thoe party left her. yesterday foe -
Oftizins of P'Iorence, :. O,. In Imss m day's peiate at the m1ialit 'of tha
meeting declare a boycott on the pro- mounitltn. which I roAi h bty fthe
dncts of the tobacco trust. -'l:Inuai>ro trail, Predelick Lofder
Rohert aettlemeyar. formerly of arrived Is town lait bight ,d4 report
(lendale. O., coummltted osultde nwt ed that one of tlhe partl' liis Oat0Ih
Merrlmac. 'AW'. by taking morphine., wol, was dying but be was so nbam ,,
Alabama l latur reat on part klars coul t he erned -
the first Tue4a In fI Aeph fsartTr, tto l*f to.l se
eoeplete the labors of fhe sesson e iouders followed them, l net.. be.
stn In September.. *1 at midnighmt :wltb ho was foi :
Th t a h ll t foot of tat- grtdeo rvinllg l .l.e,
Tib.- president sand h tam ftli iV nine, sad w .vi, ou4 gw 1 *_ 0 4*.cow of

vIces on board the battleship ear toort lr." -
1rIJ' Tbo efforts of thb ,eliwkaor ie0* '.tor
Justlee David4 .rewor,. tn aertflele Thaie *oe' futtee. In 5n44. t. ag O.e-.
oe "chiwlng, say, that speedy tlon of tI e lolt es 6urIols0t01. ._-to,
by tse courts would hiV* a toae4t-y Miss Orathwe'l aa .ta* i a :
to aUlly.(ibe mob spir-it. tj Barters for her e .Ofe 4g g
At Washlngto the piarsk* pr tal lmy 1 $tt yeri .4.-'
that owing to tthe 4 .; ..
republicans, there will a Iaa el[ IMPERIAL. TIR i. .
I lelsaition at the e ~tra session o7f 0 m. O 9 "-.
c o ..... .- .. -y | .. Id" :. .

among the negroest t of haM far eu- pstaatlple,

population I dereaalatg *pep as ft Qat 5 a4dftttpg b5g Stgi4-t op6 -
mW lner9ae4 by arrsie fls~ g Mi he lebot C$.lAW.. ||(||0
*to sho be ctey uhba --O .I.M.

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Interest In the.Proeedt*-dIv .I
Rather Than 0Omlnlahlin(^ --. df
Tennessee Coal, -Iron and Rmti
Pom.pany Called as WItnne. i
t'Blrilniham, s. Ala, Auigst 8.
second wetek of the heatig ofthOll
board of arbltratlols hattl Il-t l ttl .
the adjattuitout of the differe-nmao hb
tween the Alabana. mifers and oper .
ators began this An orttaig.
An unuaua .Illra crowd wa. euetset,-
Indlcating that- istorest in the firo'
Hco'dlinMe w .u4atibig rather than,
dMlitlfahlteuu, Ni)u how. I preat
dtoot of the Tensasaqt 0oAi, Iron anis
Railroad comaf--tM h. first.t wit-.
g e.ynt of the opera1t4,ig of bia company ,
tiling of itr pOiSl 0 lIoI a il)t | out"
put. vte, H erfrerred4 at lenhtb 'to th, ,
condition anid method4I pv'I-iniI g ;
the La.ttk 8uperlor dltilot, d Wl4 ew i.
coapet-irtous and eon0oluatoits to lOa W- ,
that the tiwt of producett on d lbqs4 -
Itg las greater Iln Alabam,&. .
lue also compared thjl i hra
iplAnts of the Tenti'essee ,oosilny 't'.
thIe more smodeltih:lilA n t 0f P" e oJt'tj .
showing .thai the material 40ulil4 :
haftdled much cheaper in the iLtti;h,
Mr, iacoln potke ot the heavy Iexpend'*
ture which hi s oo aay Ia making i :
tb1i time iu order to pdpt o its ine stio a
furnaces in better enditlou, gomn1 .
thing liko ia sillboitdollra.rjt- belI
expended, he said. Hle also mdtiA
stattven nt showing that it would % 0
a Vast. uim to Cmwpoetly nalh it~4
the ossefelaoa of his company. .
" A large pat of I'osidentot at g
te-tlmnony tended. to show that :ia
southern producer it at a d"is4di4vta 1.
lit many respect.. but still must, oni',
pltu., with producers more tfvorebiy'1


Picnic Pasty In Mount(ins of Califellf.
nia Dlsappear --on-e Msnal,'"

'D lE s

York P 080 i

',, Mc.rthkun, of the Calvary
rf flapittste dlrch hak vigorously denone-r

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k.J opd( SamriTri iar 'o Revolted and
IJ Have Slain HimrW1hht Pv'ov-
|lg ~iN n.- , ,
J W^;)liain Jackson, an ex-convite'-.nd
ta :ari gnrally who' hai serve 4
countyy m gang
various oeiseso was arraigned bbe-
MOO0e .Ini yesterday upon "a
iof su1ting N. A. Oailllson'
AIl,'tb a his farm at Ben-
.nll )to4 a$ apfto-rnoon.
tb t b vo dvld th lst sentence at
tO; n *'?4veral months ao, wheai.Mr,
i a. n wa. a ngIng the phosphate
S1Whbn~ hi. eptence was at an,
t110itoldr.r l allis o that:he was
i w^lP; II^,.w^thetln- treatment he
0ViU;6J1ve prioner, and wanted
t 0.*aG, an employe or "free
l| ;.i-bain of. the year, lHe
e$'' oe Wib er, that he would like
~ t i.aeopi eri helle, and asked
o lllon .to' advance him $15 on his
i w't.' work in order that he
i'ta thefie, promising to return
1 ,r Ulson gave him the money,
(I redeipt therefor as two weeks'
i. tat ead of returning as agreed
a^Si rantsWay, In the meantinte
S10lltt4i rellnquislied the manage-
.ftt the mines and went to his
ait. il eninlgton. Several weels
s*ol pertained that Jackson was at
l Ihellon, and caused his arrest. He
brotaght to this city and placed In
.,.but .:begged so pitifUlly that he
t ..be allowed. to return to the
and. work out the money advanced
r Oit alifrln consenbed,
ofew days ago Mr. Callison had on-
lM'on to go to Savannah on business,
wheg hle returned he found Jack.

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000B.In a state of revolution. To make '
si.tory. short, when Mr. Oallison A Deputy Sherlff Created Coneterna
i up to the barn and topd Jitacksox tion at Cumnberland Gap, ,.| i
hl became Knoxvllle, Tenn., August
'*bitch his horse,, the latter became ca e Sentinen ay'at m
V*,fty'.uily; 'He grabbed a pitchfork clal 'to The Selnays a mannate
i4 happened to be covedniento and Marcum, who Is a. deputy sheriff, last
tend to kill the firti person who night mortally wounnded one Gamble,
at Cumberland, 'ap, Tenn., and held
"60 toward him. This did an ld
t itimidate Mr. Tallson how-i the town at bay and made his escaVe.
ib intimidate Mr. Callison, how- Both bay were I icaed and
lBoth. m~n were Intoxicated and
who approached tine man, quarrelsome, and fought over a tcriyAal
...d him and brouglter charge t ainesd- matter. Gamble was shot .near the
0 1 eart withe a phatowt
ll whefore yeJusterday he olmwas arraign Marcum later secured a shotgun and
ed before Justice Colman, who as- cleared the street Of people, There.
f $25 pad costs or t upon a negro attfmnpted to shoot Mar.
i lontiSin the gang. In thie absence curm, when the latter's wife dlsnarme.)
f .f;thle dough ho will serve hi sentence the negro. and MIrelurn fled to the
V,. .At the mines. mountains.
;4 oiley Williams, who assaulted
UMalley Caesar with a shotgun Monday Hay Fever Season Here.
0*ertemoon and throntened to send him Victims of this annoying disease will
o 4 0 o0w heaven without even an oppot- experience great benefit by taking Fo-
'i.ty to ask forgiveness of his debt. ley'sH 9ney and Tar, as it stops diffi-
,tted to the o he cult breathing Inmmediately and heals
'j,., .stated. .to the-court that he was the inflamed air passages, iand even if
io?.10t ready for trial nand the court it should fail to oure you it will give
-I,,.pleoed him under a bold of $50 for instant relief. Renmember the name,
il'. lsppearanoe at 2 o'clock this after- Fy's Honey and Tar. -Sod by J.
oon. Holley was arraigned in the W. MeCol- o. --
iinor's court, where a charge of dis- A Pleasant Surprise.
f otrerly conduct was, entered against Mr. and Mrs. L. Kline of Jackson-
Shim, aind he was flned $10 and cost, 'ville, Who recently removed to the
p, aggregating about $14. Caesar swore Bailey cottage in North Gainesville,
Sat WiVllnams in the progress of the fuss, were given a pleasant surprise by the
while Williams it was alleged was good people of that thriving burg last
tryingto kill him, and hi was (ied $5 night. About twenty neighbor "'canme
"i nd eots. for "ceusaing" on the street. down upon them," with the result that
.. ......a... .... F a a most pleasant evening was spent.
E' escaped t Aw ul Fate. Mr. and Mt,. Kline are very etti-
'Mr. '11.IHaggloss ofht elbouri&, Fla., liable people and aro making numer-

Sontumiption and nothing could be otis friends inNorth Gainesville, all of
dobe for me. I was given up to die. whom are glad that they have decided
.The oiler ofa fretu trial bottle of Dr. o come here to reside.
SKig's New Discovery for Consumip- -
tdon, Induced me to try it. Results MyatlTrioja.,Clcumstance. ,..
e start i ge , anm tnowon the road Oie was pale and sallow and the
to recovery and owe oil to Dr. King'* other fresh and rosy. Whence the
S e'W Discovery. t "surely aved my di-gerence? Shtewho Is blushing with
Slife. .This great cure is guaranteed health utes Dr. King'. New Life Pills
Sor all throat and lung diseases b all to ukhiritain it. .By gently arousing
.'..rt ggsts. Priee 50i and $1. Trial the lasy organs they comjlel good' di-
0 ,".le5 free. estion and head off constipation,
..Were .Shocked. b... Try them:g Only 26e at all druggist.
_.4-Jtink a, s-ever", thunder: storm a ..t ast a AtlaOtLi
Albion. Sunday W. It. Bailey and COhas 'Tiekets are on salevila the., above
S who wre siting n the railroad po0ulaTr route to the principal summer,
on, were severely hooked by light- resorts throughout the country. Tick-
.i and for a tie the arm and should et re good returning until-October
4l44f .Mr. Bailey was numbed, and Ilstt, gi. ad liberal stop-oer prvi-
:lWleared iaralyted.' It was a nar- le ase allowed.,
." h eocape for they e gentlemen nd trilaeotreewervationasrattee, e
|% p < white they declare 'they will not 1... "I 9 Or writer a nk. 0.
.g^' su ', 'M ...
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0gtFEN 9

Dbna't '10OR E drcouraftd. '.Theoe 16's
or If necessary wr!te Dr. oener
pi4uett a life tlpie .curling juiht aic
r&one ea pus. Aft coasuitatipnas Pe.
-yO ir td4ey and 'aekache Cure bha
cured two very bad cases among our custo-
mers the past yeur whom the doctors St4
given' p.. J. L. STILL & CO.- Woodland, Ia."
Drugglites. 0c., $1. Asic for Cook Book-Free.
ST UVITUS' DANCE SureoCure. Circular. D,
01 *VITIU^ UMTP IAE, Fenner, Fredonial,N

**Por years I was a icetim or dys-
pei In lS wor3t form. could eat nothing
Iut milk tOat. and at timesmrny stomach would
not ret 1.and digest even tiht. Last March 1
bega0 ilff CASCARETS and since then 1
have s'r.dily Im roved. until I am ias well as I
ever was in my lie."
.DAVID L1. MURPHY. Newark. 0


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SInforaon cheerfully urnshed. AINE ILL,
Inforri'ation cheerfully furnished. GAINESVILLE, FLQRID\

ed lynching and ianarchy.
In the cOurse of his serxon, he sa.td
."A mob is a wild bhe*."' A mob "t'0
oe brains.to think, no breast to feef
and no reason to 1ujge between right
and wrong. .)iWhen ,deao.oracy 1br
comnesa mobocracy, the days of the re--
public will be numbered.
"Miob law is one of the greatest dan.
gets In a, republican' form of gov-
ern-wgtit.. It is anarchy, pure and
slmplg. It is vastly more dangerous
In a republic than in a monarchy. It
resolves society into savagery. It
brutaltzes and demoralizes all who
participate in Iit. It puts brute force
in the place of law and vengeance in
the place of justice. It is treason
to the republic and a dishonor to
"Ou w is the only country on the
globe that roast he stake men un.
condemned and unitriel. There is
not a spot today in darkest Africa or
In any other pigan land where soch
atrocities are committed.
"VWe must Insist that officers of th-e
law shall be fearle-s in the defense of
their prisoners even though they bq
guilty of the most, awful crimes. In
order to do so they may have to shoot
to kill.' No man who knows my
splirt will charge me with cruelty 1-n
feeling or action." .".
Dysentery Cured Without the Aid of a
rI am just up from a hard spell of
the flux" (dysentery), says Mr. T. A.
Pinner, a well known merchant of
Drummond, Tenan. "I used one small
bottle of Chamberlain's Co ic Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy and was cured
without having a doctor. Iconsider it
the best cholera medicine in the
world.", There is no need of employ-
ing a doctor when Mhis remedy is used,
for no doctor can prescribe a better
niedidine for bowel complaint in any
form- either for children or adults. It
never faNs and is pleasant to take. For
sale by all druggists and medicine
dealers. -



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The lootor Said "Stiok To IL"
S. Heard, of High Tower, Ga., writ
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entir* bod. lUnder treatment of our enmily
Te r n got worse as he could not ele
Fria Itn!rna Itching. We used a bo T
A s AVe o him and by the tim It
Rn*tIs a well. The doctor m r eit was
'stick to it oro it io dAng him
nything I have don for hiaao">e
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C., both ways.

o rmeat Steamships in the Coastwieo Service
Cryde New England and Southern Lines
Direct Service Between JACKSONVI,4LE, BOSTON .ad
PROV[DENCE, and All Eastern Points,
Calling at Charleston both ways.
Southbound................ .......... From Lewis'.Wharf, Bosliw
Northbond.......... .....rom Foot of Catherine at., Jacksonv|ii.

Clyde St. Jhns' iverL- -.
Stop twee-ei JACK~C ONVLLoN avi No]
Stopping at Palatka, Astor. Lt. Francis, Beresford (D)Land), and Intermi diat
Landings on St. Johns River
Steamer LOUISE,' Capt. C. Brock,
Is appointed to sail as follows.
Leave foot Catherine st reet ,ackonville esd at o
Leave tuanford. .. .. Tedai d tds at 5





Air Line Railway.

98 a 8 00 p 3 00 pLv ............... Ja',ksolvilde...............Ar 10 50 a1 7 1;) a
10 15 88 P 3 40 p ............... ..... Baldwin......................10 12iU a 63('0 a 4
11 4 ilo0 45s p oI03 p .................... Waldo .................... 820 a 44a 0u
12 20 P! ....... r536 PAr ............. ALv 7 7 6- a ...". 13
...... I .. 1 5 36 p L v :............. G A IN E S V ILL. -A | 7 .
....... ....... 7 55 pAr ........... ..Cedar Key v ........ .... Lv 6 15 a ....
1 2 p ....... ...... Lv ............Slver springs .... ......... .. ..... ....i ,'
1L p112 b8 a ...... ......... ... ..... .06 a.............. ..... ...... . .
2 5 p 2 IS a ....... ..................V.. W lldwood................... ...... 12 1 i 56
5 10 p 7 20 aI ...... .. ................. Orlando ................ .. ...... O l ( .-
4 14 p 4 18 a .......... .... ...... DadeCity.................. ...... 10 2 : 1
S 11 p 5 80 a ....... .. .... ........... .Platt Clity.......... .. .. '. .'.. 9 :.( .i I
7 08 pll 20 a ... ................... Palmetto .................... ... .... -
7 28 pll 46 a .... ............ Manatee ..................... .. .. ,
7 45 12 30 p I ...... ........ S rasot. ....
7 oo piA .. ..Sarasotap.............................*u
0 00 p 6 45 a ....... A r ... .. ............ .Taunipa ........... . Lv ... i
Lv J ksonville.......... 845.... .. .... 8a lsnv.... ..I, a
+ArFernandina........... 05 a 900p ;...... Ar lake City................ .... .i .i.
Ar, Brunswick......... 1201p 10 35 p....... Ar lAveOak....................... 1 1.
Ar Havaanah.............. 1 top 11 a ...... Ar Madison............ ....... ... .
Ar Fairfax.................. 8oO p 1 44 a ....... Ar Mouticello ....... ............ ,' P
Ar Dejmark............. 3571 22t) . Ar Ta ahaIassee.................""p ,
Ar Columbia............ 530 p 35a. .. Ar Quincy...................... 7. P
Ar Camden............... 7.40 p 654 a Ar Ilver J.nct1on .... ....... .. P
Ar Hamlete..............- 9p 8 05 : a:.... Ar Pensaola........ ........ I, p
Ar W llmington........... ....... 1205p! ...Ar Mobile................ ..... 2
ArSouthern ines.. ... 1118 p 9 36 .. Ar New Orlean ..............".... -
4r Raletigh..............1163p 1045A. LvJacksouA'ila................... 1)P
Ar Portsmouth............ot 8 00 a B5 p .Ar Macon............................
Ar Hiehinond, Va... 63 aa 2p Ans.............. .......
Ar Washingtona............10 18 8a 8 0 p "."i Cl" &tit n. .................. 2 : P
Ar Baltlmore .......... 11 25a 11251 Na 'hville...^ ..................... p
ArPhiladelph ia........... 1 36p 2866 Si louis -
Ar New Vorhk.............. 4 15 P-630 a ..g....
Connections for Palmetto, Manatee, Oneeo and Sarasota, on 31, except
Saturdays, from Gainesvile. :
Train No. 84, Seaboard Express, drawing room Pullman sleepers b(et wce
Tamna, Jacksonville and New York, via Richmond and Washington. Vesti'.
buled day coaches between Jacksonville and Washington, via Richmond. Cafe
dining car service from Jacksonville.
No. 66, Seaboard Mail, day coaches, mail, baggage and express cars be.
tween Jacksoinvllle and Washington, and drawing room Pullman sleepers be..
tween Jacksonville and New York.
No. 55 connects at Starke for LaCrosse, Alachua, Willeford, Waniee and
intermediate points, and at Arener with Early Bird branch.
Nos. 56 and 57, Pullman sleeper between New Orleans and Jacksonville.
Steamers for Key West and Havana.-Leave Port Tampa Sundays, Tuesdayi
and Thursdays, 11 p. m.
-4A. 0, MAcDONELL, Ass't Gen. Pass. Agent, Jacksonville, Fla.
E.C. COBB, Ticket Agent, Gainesville.
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to Central Commit-

yt ct. Harmony in Ranks, '
"the Republican \"ader of
S,FWi:4 to lt gerfere-Chubb
W*4sV W e dorsed.
4t 'tmet-eUnion of the lh, in
ialg of the Republican State. Con(-
here vtW lnothing but h arimon y eon-
oted ,with the meeting of the Statei
publican. Committee yesterday.
n. J. N. COombs' of Apalachicohit
l the unarniQous choice of the coin- I
ttee for national committeeman tot
ceee4 the la4e lamented Judge JToln
Log;, and. thd reBsohltions rtcoiti-


~CuGrS Cholera0 Inflntum,
O- pDiarrhoea,.Dvisentry, and
the Bowel Troubleas of
Children of Any Age.
Bali @ ~Aids Digestion, Regulate$
i;IriUT"I NOPWDI AtheBoe l.sStrengthens
"st OnlY 25 Cmts at rggsts, the Child and Maa s
or manl 2> cents to C. J. MOFPPTT. M. 0.. ST. LOUIS. MO.
A.. .. .A II t ., No ID#. 'Mt ,
We havn lianiallml "r, MloffetLU TE rITINA (Tuthlna lPowilero) ever Mim.i(; it r I odlr t >'.lu,ll ou> t.> h e ublo
1D(I tratO &. a itoI prte 1r1y niDleln 1 n 1 ir t r tt4 li It f Itihamst*olll t lrii.ram>l tlwrnI yew to 'yoIt tinljl ,"t ortViir
now lfamout o two r Ithra" bulw l w r Y.,,ta o,,rt ye gr, which Is a ry 1vaatvIit a llitam olrIVllilo tha moth or of t h o 00" 11ou ry, I'w vrat on i Sit .t .iuoflyct ounltslatsltho VheT e Sw o f tld. tiitIr'i
bat sun or urn munmies so quicklythey Ib u trulhl. iiiltnS to teething.
r"TiK LAMARiI I ANICIN m IuiU o( Wholeste Dulruists..

on ti I Theytemporarily
n ta e re consti path-o
by agitating tha
bowels, but regular action ,nr,-t be secured until the liver
*e'retes enough bile to I Ike the aIntestiles i
execute their natural f t:Ion% Unint-
utril agitation, causedby :.hA1t liCs, comps e I
continual aid increasing d oes to i
at a t the results.

tending himn to Senator M. A. la.einnl n> ,-- K,,,; e7 : suaoron.
appointment were passed without it I l'- *. Au t i -Tho
Bsenting vote, eVen the.delegate from i t,? .m'I i.,i.) Bl;ack Sea'
okso. county, from niwhetne hlavr fit : s- il for lTrklsh
me a few muttterings of discontent., ": ., the battleships
m a colored Republican, voted with c'1't' 11 I. 'I't- S.vialt !in, Rostis-
e committee for this resolution aI s lay fil 1Y v k-'dzatostOFtolt, four torpe.
11 as upon jll other questions before 1t i, t I' a, six nintht and
e meeting. to tias i The squadronn
.U. H 6 Chul bb of Gainessil. ile', 1r r : it S i e l yesterday pre
es t it i tI ali ito last night for the
) present and presided J. i':.
secretary of the committee, was i TeAtile trikers Resume Work.
so present. 'i l!, :iis.. .,ttt 1 is ei st l
There were a number of prominent m t!ilt ht' ,\Ott t 16,l0(t aind 7.000
republicans from all parts of the State to.. iit, sIrll er.-. prI, :.ltpally In t.hI rug
resent, the delegate from their extreme hrn'i I 'stinid work to lay. The
uthern part of the State nmeeitiig maiuif'tur'rs made nio co(cest'lonas.
ith the member of the cornitilte the st .rioe wa"I boitpgtn 11 weeks ago
rolm far-away EAseambiii (oiitIty. ai;,I o! thie orig ial 60 n00.n' ,trilkers but
hose Who were there were .T. LE. Still- l'.C (t, Aui.flIl lot ,Many ot' the idl( t
iar.of Penaacola, E. E. Skipper of hn.ds are dy.rs and it is aid If they
artow, Joshua Mizell of I'tiitt (ior- 'on"11iiu1 to to!re:.iin firm thiley may
aShields WaVrran of A Ipalachieolta, co0itpel som'o o0 the tuills to close be.
."W. Bishopof Enstis, A. Kippre' r(r uo of the hik of d- stuff.s
of Madison, Mark White of l'Pnsmaco,L,, Lak ive U It Dead
E. C. Weeks of Tall]lhas+ee T. S. Ilar- '', p t a .
ris of Live Oak, J. L. lPherigo of Kis- bi. ii e .,,,, a tld A and 1 l8 i
imrniee, and A. ()Osgood (f Mad suon. <,rce ca.me to rhe 04 raceae of La!d
Thicr were twenty-two mthem rs pre- Caad to.ay The two younttg poo
Bnt,etthcr in person or by proxy, andtil ple have heen nmi.te-ing for some ditya,
the business was taken up and speedily having gn.Ine for a bioat rldce and not
lispat0hed. retuninni. Mrs Evans was to have
The first resolution presented to the on:ne Into a fortune today tllnd both
fleeting was thle one on the death of were well ik'nown. Both bodies wert'
fli'd- Lo- .g. It was utina ittinously vliwed tiy the coroner and 'then taken
,dopted. to Johnstown.
The following resolutoi, was iarin'-
Watch for a Chill.
nslBe it reasved by he Florn State wever sligilt at this time of year
centrall Committee, That, we F mr anil- nu t tn this climate, it is the forerunner
noudey and heartily endorse the of ialaria. A disposition to yawn,
o usy and heartily at n a ll Iird ,itut fve'lrig even comes
strong, vigorous and.patriotic adnain- I ll t i f ino b is
stratiOn of President Rooevtel. for' l'ie hill. liruinem, by its
' "l s Srong Aimericanism hig protpt sitinula iv action nlI the liver,
,, ideals'and frank, eourageougs action,,)' sy.,dutn, ,itit b tht Iiblood. tos ml thv
11 public questions mark himn as a system and r stores heallhi. 50et at
istinguislied statesman anld atrtvtg 1 Jotnion Bros
ind able president.
"His whole life is an exaitmple aind an l LNA
Inspiration for all young AI,\ ri tnaulate, HIs administration has Iis- LIIIVIS ( I L
ly, fearlessly and conservat,vely stood
ror the blest interest of the republi RRAILRO()AD
mnd all classes of the American people. Offers Veryl.ow Raite) .l- Folloiwlnglalesx
"W e take the greatest pleas. re irn ri "'it 'kt'. i.) t .iifrti., I'ti11.
pledging our most hearty support for N'v .. N N. .... u,,. ',,i,,-
hia nomination in 1904." lItaho. Wyointni. i (aiunti Juine I.
The next business disposed of waR1' St. Louis and Return
he recommendation of a successor to FARI l1' 2 ('FN"lul -
Jadge Long, This was done by resolu- Jttt 1--17 wood toir.tiurnuntil JunrI 21th
ian and there was not a disse'rtini a F A an
Vote. The resolution making the rv San Francisco, Los Ang and
)mmendation read as follows Return
"Whereas, ':The Florida ItReputiieani sitriita! :teIam' 1r.nt ; A it ':le'k
Late Central Com m ittee has leari t .d . ., tur it ,t '" t. o1,
with the deepest sorrow of the dit t
sf he ion. John G. Long, a memntbur Denver. Col., and. Return
if the Republican National ('Corn it- on ','.' lun.' to. *,Iaw "-.u ; aN tiore-
le f Florida ; and, t- t n u.u. u '
w"hertas, Ry action of the :.- ron ar an
lican national convention, the cliai risinll .,,. nvfilpe .i-'run. .\:;A ii u .s ti, tanttn'tvo.
Of the Republican National Gomnmt iOmi'iariN ti .e fr'T' rt "ing .-blr
is authorized and empower.'d to r a1mn ') ,' d.i betweenn
a n k 1-aico 11Ah t* 60 o l vy do u b le
t11 any and all vacancies occurring by !r><-i-' ,r... ,t,,-< ,.,-n' (' ant it, t.' ui 4.. i o,
leath or rt. ,ign tion; therefore be it b' ,, 'It' rl1 t**L-r t tte M a ,tri.*
"Resobled by the Florida Reputbbli" F MILLER, T. P. A..
a n State Oentral Committee iunan-.
-nously, Tha the name of the i)t No. I Sr tlldg., Atllnta, E.
SN. Coombspf Apslcehicola, Fla, e
reeommended to the Hon. M ,1. A f
anns chlrwman of ishe Rep,,blican |T IH O
national Committee, for appointment iII
ms member of the tepubtican tait-n1al t
mitte ftbrthe Statteof Florids, to
Sueed Jlion. John Long, de-IG
sed." ofeSS
The ehrtman ofte State Central IOR II HEALTH AXI>) KI'REA4IIOI..
1i .4 the slrttarywere t- tituted on the Jsckwonville and

...I %ttifSVed 2tk[he Florida Re- "ouuhwestern railroad, eleven rmlee
pubtliesa tet lt <34 aa3l (Co.. itteC. ,north of the town of Aacthrti. Strong-
bta aWe eartliy and gratefully O.n- ,+t glphur in Florida. Cure. Rheot
E# ,P*$W .| 8. Chubu,e chali.rm na rat im, Kidn~y ad tsomeh truiubde.
haul IB. Le1, seersT." ot Fine fishing -n bult;n1. Firet-.laas
^S.tf. le.a.le n ,.+,:.^,',
,,itgv^ _. ",.. t'teE V .'Free

No. 6. I No, .
Daily No. 4. C 2. No. I. No. 8. Daily
H a'sIo' ).ly t)ily HTSTATIONS,. [t lly, JllT. pX'
Sondaay fit

I,v IV WL.'v P' 8 Av M1' Ar. PM tAr A iAr I'M
7 4 .... ........ ., 6 00
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S.. ... .....
h I i .,. . . . ........ ; H lkaia. ......... .. .. .... .. 96
N .... .. .... ....... Lak tmo .t.. ... ..... a
1 4 *...... . . 1 . . . : ...... .. . t o ... . 10 0
S4 i .t...,...... ... + .. ....... ( r1 o ..... ... .. . ....... 160)
s ao ..... ... . ...... ... P t'tl .... ... ..... .... 4.1.. 0
S. . 6 . r .. .. .... 4 8
ID 4')Ar O.. '~6 1.l.tBilll" t. j'1 ... 4
lo0wLv t I6 fl *& 6.. *40A, Eli
11 O40 T t ........BeI .... ...... S, *i f
12 0f 7 6..C-y ...... .. 40 00 1
1 20 t 7 27 . ham. ... t tt .., WO
12 40 -|7 l6Ar 7 4h 6 ..." itwa S 410 110

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if. ,, 'I. to P; 4.4*, l..I4 1 1 ..
.<.i.- *.4 4..1 .Mn0.B y 1y i t n ,*k.

,Netw W."in0t1 In All Isw :"

A hill Aosortum4stf oi l(di(nk
his Latest Pa rs M,* '. *"'u

Spring and Summer et
Si1 p 0 4 U1t 1.

ftiuesv W eL.t
GI.I .S...d X,.h.*. Wotbs

C"a turn And straighten w e te
of Ithalti.ng and P. t :

S rrTON OIN llPAiR ) : /'
A SPOI L '" '

iP.SLE Vi4 V U.. a

1 .....K. 1KIO.

P~UI* glFICo E'

harmony in the Republican party.k
throughout the :ttate.
"'\ recognize that we o0v ,them a
deep debt uof gratitude. Their actions
under t ryingReircumInatces have prov-
eli that t.ihey t, hy are tho rotigly coin-
petenLt Io 0o(eupy the high positions
hatl t they so ably till.
"W\ iltiquialitiedly endorse their ev-
ery it'tioin, anid pledge to. thiem our
loyal -'u ;p,)rt for the future."
A Worm Killer.
T. A. .1. 'Mi goitomery, Puxioo, Wayne
Co.. Mo., writs: "'1. have little .twin
girls, who have been bothered wy.ith
vorms all their lives. I tried every-
thing to relieve tlhemi which faite4
until I used Whito'a Creamin Vernit.
f ugO; the irst, two doses brought fou;'
Swormt fr m on ze tn of them, the n Iext tWO
doses. twlv.e, ole of them mneasiurlag
twvelvit ihtis ; te .other child waB"
only relivxvd of four worms. It is 1.
1nosi tfxcli,,lli edii Crimn \Vi-rinift e it good for childrot.
It not only d'rtroys worims, it. help tho
child (o p'rf,,,t growth, wards off siokk
Intss. 2' at, itohnton Bros.

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Gainesville Gulf Railway Company


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ltt dier*,t secttoga ote
t I coatiins a propoitfon
tedart 1e handled by'otu peoa
be of i*estimabteV etotI' 1s

Among tlrd beSt po slble
of holt w0,14 ory

'*orphaps becofme or*.

F T ty or the stitgo
(od sae ta' (Lo4iday near

ikoaryandTDsiling a great p$l.

.1 ata". r- .1 nt, inasma." h h
an cutoun with a seating
SlastO -,00. The proper :
1anehe1i of uch ai venture
probably result in establiUhing

oitielhbl ew.s accuses the at-
-g neral with haivlla perpetrat-

'n as to oerflan existing condt-
In efferson county: "Offlieers orf
Sar expected to do their duty.
they do thrIduty, heltjk!d) 1w,
0*ited, a'and '"a dutY 'iUnpeIPe
4, renders 'it ij Soffloer to perfortm said duty'. A
unui~eormed remain, unattended'
til that duty Is performed. If the
tlon f officers i called to 6egleot
*lain duties tbhie duties may pos-
,"performed." The wisdom of
L opinion i at once apparent.

Jtlmatqd that there are 400,000
ilinthe United States on
.iaiing i grown. It is thought
aaarnot wheat," which flour-
Sriid regions with only nine or
iSea of rainfall, cau be raised
,#oft upon every acre of this
,t we figure the arid territory
q uare miles, or 1,28,000,000
91041 put the average yield at
bushels peraore, the crop would
0O0,000.bushela. The: wheat
mateh macaroni It made is hard
|"ttnous, with a small per cent uf

leo, Ohio, man is working on a
_tOeksud cold brine in summer
the pipet which through the
teaii or hot water to heat the
He hopes to perfect a .ye-
lshall ti of sufflelent prao-
ait to d wray with i e r4erig-
which will enable people
tr houses in summer as eaai.
y Ugw heat them inu winter,

b sseis a slerpti oar por-
s wben organaied in as t
*e 1 Perhaps the
has nasiled hbw r

of trael| rape *omanspi<
The *eltl facihe ,wtll carry
ibout 22 rees eafihf411 hbsrset, rO

.olas, i.th $gieg ad ,aying .tndo.-
liers, will carry 4ti r;& to 20 pet .
Saeb.ie fthe lat' will by rlnte b the
hour:. .l bp*t will b; ippe4 .itlh
iwrnin gs. B10e.OP t P,0e bdaW there

tons Iiftiding the sUoa
f -Ohbtna, e l Balsof, 1^l; athe out-
rigger fdtthp 8outu i 'Bea'Isliadst't
bout of aiiAl, teiee. i a

i e1, to rprqsenft p otlj swanlet
asegpet0' other rSta 'e
bathgs 'wilt Awo b operated. 8peolal
bfot. dpootated, and eqpqiped d itW
mikni ap,. dtng'n iota dollAers, will be
muaintaihdlf6r private boating parties,
Whoodnwijtoe a seliety fatute of 'the

Thei goo Gtltgpbe pr epsa largest, and.
ierss'ebiooking photograph' of Wil-
la d l:. 'Alle,. the iong-tim.r' treasurer
oe thabe New tw usels 7ethodis oo nis-i
ers' Ajd Soliety, whto recently le.t for-
prt uvfknowA with hlte, O uncoi'bent-
ei foyr. A more respectable- and piopee
looking ola d phrt y never beamed
throusgli spedtles'- and ratiton-chop

Aooording to estimtates of the United
t t.es Agroulturaol Department, the
wiWaet wrfp rof te *rid placed at

tire.oy minD woman and haild in the
world. '

'The largest fleet of 1Unied St.atet'
calling vee ta which hitherto has been
employed in tfhe. petroleum ol deep
sea trade has recently almost omn-
pletely ben d riven oo t of the field toPy
the stubsidiued rensh sailing oraft,.
Physiciansarnd Druggists.
Ford,& Sturgeon, a prominent drug.
firm at RIocky Hill Station, Ky., writc S
"We ewre requested by Dr. 0. B.
Nlasure in a t -fommendl- rine-for -the
Augubenefit of oueer triker Weh rAped

,plexy a Sate of -iuatma.
Wrtht, d0 oear of aDeember, and a woe are
glad to ay, eweler ofbine has given u
great btLsflof Palms at olohave dupi-

Ilated fhi order three himfe and son aday
abwet the yourbeach and other order.il
'We beg to say Dr. G. B. Snigley t kea
leas e in re btcomenclinsu g Herbappe.-
with his bottwte at d son d. inro
Augusta- Jeweler Stricken With -Apo-
pxc exyn swimmer, he of a n of.
-C rleaton, a, C.. Aa#uiut 18.-JaMneA
Wrdht, 70to year tof ae, and a wellhbit
known Jeweler of Augusta. Ga.. ioet
-4ath from apoplexy while surf baOh-
lng at t4b6 Mle e of Palms at 11 o'clock
Sunday" moroiog.
Mr. WrIght was aBteorupaalod to the
hiles skillHs by hisd not wife and0 on and
they were witore before he al untimely
and dIstresesng death. In the early
morning Mr. Wright bad been In the
urf bathlin f g. lter hep t andered
abOnlooer beach and th pr paillional
savell wn ht baton to suit. He appear
de wtobe mon the bextt of spirits. At
11 otclockt r could e bIeto to th e bach
with h, wPyifeand so n nd. bein a to
excielen, t Swimmer, he laugh hw gly ota f
fe edr to griv them an exhibition e
Soonskill. He had sot sone o ateird

froM the orad before ho, we aelt vi
ls"nty for help d i'edately
tprwaud turned facejlownward In the

1 r.* n pla^ ^


1 en, up-to-date sbokes, Ire, relining
bhatIr ear mI* ialW: *a*. between
S VWthe

) 4tti ttfine

gu~4 1et 0% o hol.
Aia t0ai^.c)c and

A Adru iatMts's it. loPrep 4p byh,

Aaheuser-Busch Bi g Ass'n
SSt. louloa U. .. A.
r;' ,ers,. of "e fqmo-u ~u'" A*wle, $tob@lob,
Blaegh q Tan, Paleo.lge. a'ast, "shA uer'
atasdard. E.sport PeJa. aad lZa utest .
' rders pFromopti fl* led bY
S.'. AAS, Wosle Dealer. Gat e.iV.le A-d Oala, Fla.

ib i t10 aed c ,*.ba iI~: 1
OF or itii*rS )hoe. It one d4t7 ^
b# h struk the l ad
dog% e4 well pon Jtpvel tionI ,,

w" re 5 R-t0xpenAe to Im n *tnd they
werysi na ,eos, it wolnd be 'eh-
dlteal'i4'o haves oar'. on which joe

to l'.9, .ad le woua4 thea maintain
thia toe tlamiily. And so he -r.-
bati W to dol. The hiome was pro-i
v I I put ij peoharge at a
(ig #plarto vM b loes .Ools, et4.,
werepWaq n tm ch outlay he
was 'edy t stend ~ut. into the high-
woie Pad iote.fw fetch in the 'e-:
servitg poorh The proclamation estb
imade, "All things are ready. .Oo n ti "
ie' p~: ewithoet oald be a. ruioh to
acOept his trofered charity, but in-
,teiad :ht dly anyone 'bamnd e. On the
other ha he rolevpd manhy letters
kstating at shsefe had pitgrs 'ot o-e
taisaWtet, sosae chickens, some had
g$,ood, ` hneigShbors, some such ail-
meniits ndat they could not go aeway
fo! lcii, relatives, and so, to tear up
froSts plahssolations and old homes-
all tlese 86 ld not come.'
iue fwenton andthe old ma. n fond
&e hBd riad. a costly experintent, and
qonly half dozen could be got to In-
ihabic the place which he provided;
bvit he persistently refused to hell oth-
ers with any of his means, and he was
wealthy,, any but those fe* who did
come. So the few cost him ten times
as, muchas they did before he estab-
lished his poor farm, and ten times as
oany wehtn without any aid in their
ilnedts ,and poverty, who had been de-
pendent upoan his charity before, be-
n0oee they would not, or rather cosAld
nli, ptol up stakes and go to the poor
ifprm "Still,' the old wealthy m.an' .ow
ahuokles to himself and congratulates"
himself tad )xe. i saving motery in the
lonegsytp, that rl poor -farm is a great
nuceiss, and that ie has a good exuce e
tostarte his poor kin who are not in
the Oaie he wants them to go to., The
old, miserly, mistaken man holds also
that neither Uncle Sam nor any of the
States should pension any soldier who
will not go to the soldiers' homes pro-
vided for them. If such will not go at
lirnt he thinkst4eoy can be starved 'intu
going, and all Who die befor they will
go ar' gotten clear of "or good.
Though the selawe allows pensioning the
veterans at thlit homes, he thinks it
ought not to be done.
'And thus, this rich old man ia mak-
inhg they by saving money-by starve
ing ahil poor kie who will not go to his
poor tarmr ,t' D.LBaAN.Oti.

S OO fReward, Cn 100.
The readers ''. t this paper will be
pleased to learn that there is at Jeasti
one-dreaded disease that science has
been able to ocur In all its etagesand
that isC Oatarrh. Hall's Catarrh O ure
i the only posiive oure now known to
the medical fraternity. Catarrh being
qL constitutional disease, requires a con-
stutlional treoment. Hail's Catarh
Ounriais -taken iunernally, acting direct-
y upon the blood and mucous urfacest.
of the tem thrby deetroyinr the
ftOundatlon of the disease. anrd giving
the patient strength by building up tMe
Constitution aind a.lasting nature |B
doing its work. The proplietoas have

NModer tle ~ $z birytt 1~unnin leep-

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S l sow t a train may be ex to r dp
t l tlob lr r lt or depalrture a t the timeOa t guaranteed.
th OotpaO hft" Itelt rrsponslbl for any delay or any conbeque 4 a niaong there
1 1 0 6L cu rether
bu 1i &r,3ordprur tte-"e tao-f


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(IxIrooor-poreaitec. i -
Abitracts of Title and full inirrmation furnished reading lands in this
o_. iconurty. Our manager hls lived in this equnty th irty lye nd
is thoroughly conversant with land titles ,


a. M. GAnAM, Preeident ,o. Hy e resident


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LOCAL TIME CARD No. 49. In -EMta 8 1903.
qUT OUtE0.0..AD D0WIL. m1 up
m. e 0 STATIONS.* p5 Ptr






ate bug

or to th


I thoed to have the building corn.
et+4 within about fou r mon ths.
eth 'f Mirs. Morton Ferguson.
e0ofully aiad without 14arning the
)4V4 named most estimable lady
Baeti.e, as she had lived, quietly from
athto heaven.
'Oj4 vSer brings a pang and we
I ,4Vr not when, amid the joys and
apinpass of a peaceful home, the
JP .t health is suddenly blasted,
ht rowetof beauty is cut down, the
light of life extinguished, nothing can
,egBe the rushing weight of the
blow and Atter desolation of the heart.
'Mrs. Bulah M. Ferguson, eldest
aug ter of Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Jones,
W*aoa at Trenton, Fla., Sept. 29th,
18 41.0l Aug. 1lth, 1903, and the re-
ais. ere laid toW rest at Pleasant

Q : eeifort him upon whom this
4~4ris qw6me, and although hei may
i;thalnid~eed to him the music has
4 a oing the face of things, let
Swrermber that God does not afflict
ei o bepv d the power to endure, ahd
t .at% ki'd providence has spared to
.l 1 H little innocents to cheer hirii by
St1it 'rattle, and to remind him of
: angels in heaven who are awaiting
h there.
tre is nothing oan chain these affec-
,:. t.Blois.to earth,
ete i" vain lusts and mad passions
,. ontrol,
Where, there is rest to be found that is
1:,ltfing and sweet,
in the beautiful home of the soul.
Invested with Pailium.
.bme, Auguet 18.-The ceremony oi
4`-@ I'nOmpositlon of arclieplescopal palli-
mo-~ot Rev. J. J. Harty,arch.
0i c"p of Manila, was performed to-
^ayr by Cardinal Macchi, in his own
VrtVit. chapel. The first chaplain
4*Ihrated mass, Ca.rdinal Macchl as-
pi*i.ng, When Archfishop Harty had
1)ee tInvested with the episcopal robes
ind utmitre th-b cardinal placed the pal.
Hum On his shoulders and the arch-
61,Sbhop took the oath to observe the
rutle-cof the church. Mgr. Filward WV.
lnowler and Father 7epr arted as wit-
ls9ea;o. Archbishop Harty during
the day paid farewell visits to Cardi.
nasj Gotti, Rampolla, Respighi, Matp
1t440lH, Steiniuber and Vivesy Tuto.
>ltemrOe of faauglhter on Di STPhe.fltcacy of laughter as ai aid to
|asi ittiUon an. alinientation has
Ipasted'lltos uch at commnon physiolog-
Jat tr, iltni that. 1o one of ordinary in-
,telllgence needs to have the principle
lUpoi whiich it works elucidated for hi:1
und~ibn4Ulng in these days of wide-
ly diseminated dietetic knowledge,
rh aTverage ersoni who is not contii-
Uon0yi "la the dumps'" knows from ex-
perilenee that laughter is good for dl-
estlion, anys What to Eat. It should
be borne. l mind that n.irth find goo chert need not express tiu-molves inr
convtilsive laughter In order to, hinth
enle digestion. An amiable, content
ed, carnm and equable tentperament ha1s
market, Influence upon the digestive
poCe"Ote without laughter.

A tllver Iaiddle.
lsnhgH tram car companies use In
S'e tuIIing the money taken in what is
ailodl 'ver riddle." FPour or five
frames are .placed on the top of each
allieIS i*w"aptied in on to the topmoEt.
-.'tt':mmreCi-sd aUd d the it. My wx-f

W(theI .a and tUne the lohey are eaen-

5t AAtt't. roy w. lt hear par

aRL. let one .a do it, My wifeo

S 'i --i h took t y ,fsoe -by

h^ m3sts.m. -..atsl^ ^hums i

i-I th f r: c,*ramp in both
I th r '-i.iu r writtingf
t-,' sA .'L s ', .o t t'A i i A 1 i l '-t-al' xAttly.
i .. .-t,, .' ., i ,. L ,! t* statta. and
ht*' . .. *: n ii< sif .fi'gt. to hira
me u f s t hotel and
or t : trv.i t6t
with. A. - ; .' cu rtry, but
. ,' ; ,, .
lt liu% lA ;- > i t 1I ..
~Bo'ii t lie c .I t .. 't;" I, eni -

*tel i lti I 'i S, r I t i, -i ." 'i t

Plai'd l) it. "l"''I l, tht' it> v:, .
near -
t red 'tstnt srotv ,i sitrin - lookinu-
ni.lan in coanvorsm tioll w li t!t>I I hn) .'
seller anil carrying jI id cio;, .< 4 Vid'-
lon's poeims. **"Ils drrss \vi m;;^ S ind lirty. his f;:;m' wa r nh s titar d I it i
I ir aitit hit hd t li o eyes tof wt lr'eh-
L4tsgel, with the mlitilth itdi J-io;w r"It"
l> l)ooA N ('vc'thhc 'lems t it, P'.vii-,ttf ll
I 1titt i' of the 'bookseller lihowed lthat
lie ninan wvs na personality. (Gladlstone
i'nteered into conversation witlih hm i
about Villont iutl for tnh Tioiti they
t:lkodul about early F'renchl poetry. Thenl
the mtriniger shuitlnted out of the shop.
'Wh)o Is lhat gnlitinmni"'?' asked (Glad-
stolne. 'Ile has an extraordinary
knowledge of French poetry.' 'Mon-
sicur, he hiimselt is our greatest poet.
C'emt 'nult Verltaiuet "
5Petttit ei l1'nnihlon,
A New York man tells a quaint
story about L neiw i.taldsorviant he on'ce
"This niald," he said, "had just come
over fromil the old country and she was
very green. Everything she did pro-
claimed heor greenness. Onen of her.
babits wis always to come downstairs
"I assure you it waits a funny alight
to see her descending a staircatso slow-
ly In that way. Her hand grasped the
balustrade for safety and every little
while sH1e looked round ,to see how
much farther she .laud to go. *
'Why do you ,'ome downstnalrs back-
ward, Kathlecn?' some one asked her,
"' 'ure, sir.' she answered, 'that's the
winy we, always caine downstair In tihe
ship comin' over. Isn't it the fashion

.IS ARRIVING. Why WKoiw '-'
.. .. ....n..! ,,Major Pod, the "tr manar.
hurch-Wt jtte. As- ws tog an oua to uSla
tions of Bu-qin Kipl ng as a plattow;u i a. d l..
the' new* episcopall i'g took- the aessaults eartt
g and being deliv- lOalo .gr tn goo paIrt on: la A
rotn A force of Brttebro. Vt.. Sept. .
sily engaged, and it Dear 'Mr. td-- VI am much olt t6
bat while before tie you for Yor letter, but I ao't .ay that-
I can se "e ,r wt+y t1'time anterta~ament
asumned. encouraging You ,propu t'ir s such.q things-*
patytig Li. U cents 6)r a doltlar, and though
rgy characteristic of lP'Ii.;thr. ,nny lhe Othw
I on Gray is a con-. "h10ItA-' t; tveryid** bek
ie place, and hlie sees 'nikI 1 .. ft w ,l'l H wo a f o n
is working smoothly whovn 1i L t t. hut ithey;
e w ith the specitica- FU I',1 d h '..,) A iA ht na f i-' 1 u h: ti> .i ;' .. '. t) i y '_oO )e, &11

I esvil e


FI .'rida


lii tb' ~"'~at cif
Public ~p~tfl~n~

t'ause of M ARI(US l8I';NDAl;. v itll men t i,,.
\ l t K utt clot < l es.

Verdict frr
Outfli t r to Partivolar Menti. lFie ill.e Plu,

I nst ra'ctin 'a Af

tih Cm rl :
All imn-ri who wish to dress
wvell will c:0 unhiltitlnigly to

- "a3

Ne U.-Marous Endel sells the famovas **Wat-Oluthin

In America ?" World," mane by Schloss Bro. & Co. of HBAltimor,

On the coast of tNe West Indian Is-
lands a curious kind of coral Is found,
called "Iullhopoca." This has a most ...... .... . ."
extraordinary property which makes
the people who know it very shy of
handling it. The moment you piek up
a pleee a sort of electric thrill run VERIsU
through you annd an agonlzing paln 4 m o%
shoots through your jaws. You feel as
If every tooth aind. every nerve and -F
nmusmle conneet 'd with them was
burnitnng. The minute pain lants gen-
erally for about half an hour nnd plow-. Irr .^s l' by JoItlisn Br*L (aiutsvill -
ly Imasses off; ibut thl i effects do not dis- y n rr i i
appear entirely for hours. The reason
of this curiolms shock or |)otloning i a
,ar noL oM nbt-t.. Retailersl and Jobbers li
Though the inrutis of the story that
King James I. of E"la ocFan kulght- a
ed a loIt of t >e',f r *ilapatil, the house ll
in which their ce..remony to saidt to l ve
o<' ":1'C""o '"I'."'2.""t "" " "" 'Brain, aiWd U Swd Ferfllzer
tahi+ on which the sirloin lay. The "- SF tl '
e e llighamm's park aiM t Chlngforl 0war 'iOUtl rlIA IDE AQAI. .OAI (XVILI0, .LOUK-DA
Ibndon. It is a ,urious house wltit Highest market prrice paid for O(hickenrs. Eggl al d Other PraIueso
quatit. low pitclhl .garden -wilth fruit tr e, of great lse. .*
It was o.n hls. rturn rro ) one of bl A Comvplete ,totk of, haT, or-, 0at. Floor, Ora, Mtal, CMottO$ eMt"f MWi
unrrting exped tio~a In lVpin fo rest R J7E. arY Rise"' a9 w .
that thhe Brifimh olo ion l t d to - =7., -. .. I .. .. L
have given practical proof-or hisa-favor :-'...-.... ....
.fr the mroaat beefoA iol ingIand. .a2K==1 "o p*.@a AO "
A I t ...m e,- I 1 I I I I 1 IvI.C T Tal
In (lays of tklt he tinker bold. whti- L t'r .J IF I t- ': 0.N
called to M on al t t w ou ld ks t b ml r -
lha"'a- ipo Th* oo 2-" ilm Uidit V COTTON DEPARTMENT.-
was mad witi dise n to t .... ....
but when te O lter solid was te da NE V LLE, EO
WaS t.ro.ran ..a .1- And so the B _.. seoL .0 =' .

w orth as Un lt,' s d a I-- ol.l.Mo nt hly I " t^e or g t

e a sydvam mam*. Warehouie cha ree I- -wfmer-
t w wy o"Inu sobre' wok4li a Tetfr oV wir0.
*WelL tlanet i a lot of t i a ..... .. .. -it-
wort, a,. use ..w .a. ** eM t < .. .........'ad- or ............
wot beta, 4. i vr e o4 to 4"
"tS-tte.4 slow di^ l a big tIh
tpt--iI w-A eIe bas a mey

A1 4
w_17. i 7 7, 11 '. l t o ,

.Il ji

I.*Y .

a Wor: .

be 4tf tu arZ.7
'''*^'T'jte *"*'*- -" a1-..ia r ,*.. .'>

fathushek pI+

Ull 0P ttiU,` '

4t% i|ano for this tryinryi otlltmate, so
W1tiu4on e th1 u oUtrrsy. i taito "
beat inter|lpa. And BWt arcltitO-
U'L to tdl I n uT ry
detail tUnd til-

Sold by un ountitnuusly, &0
Swithot 1 *6UIll rSlle.ff It v4
want ploo P0- a !felttimeo
servlae o tyie ,

I'ricesas o 6 low A.u w tto ti
Oarshimh opn Rag 6t*r*t, W- s'i 041,
etal, Wo ipayt lto lpsoi4'0 W .W.
For PAtow0 lK VO0

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gB 11fr4 ptr.t ad. l'lfth av|e n f
'nupte4. by several ie who
a154 tpudh~ed bibout and his
aggatt : a. kked stiirpush
mB t ; .,,* i ^ .r
i lt.plt<* to stre>e the, ad4-
Sr, a th, e police finally
a. :;^ ntime the Womiet.
(obe re ned persoi

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S 08n troB:. fthevpWi, tt r1.
Saim,-s river at :this polu.t o,
K,^oday wheu thC Jpaea st~rqt
,th .ly. m ets .'of ..re '
f**w tleb g two K *aeN- l'.
4 Widge* had b**n weakened by

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g an eX4tloa I ease. Ikr ewry mintl 1
& a k 8'.' Vegetable Coxm
S-she had sed with results OWvised me to try it
I that it worked wonders with me; I nw experience nopain an
4 to use a fe,bottles to bring abotia thisO wonderful chg.
t occasionally nOw when I am exceptionally tired or worn -
a Ae, 804 Third Ave. Soutl MUneapolis, Minn., ChairS
L-iteouivqtNC mittee Miueapok SA t tdy, Chb.
Bea ty end'strength in women Vuiiash early in life because of,
athy pA or sone mnenstruallrrgul. ty"i. AA any suffer silentlfi?
L ,se elr be1st gifts faude away. "I Lyfa E Pinkham's Vege-
I Comtpound helps women pre~ive roundness of form anj,,
g knss of, fac be cause it makes their entire female ortalaina
PItry. It Mpale'w efi safely thot-'% 4he various naturO.
es and is thefetuardof won a^ w
The trtth about thix a met xOcle I toif 61the letters front,
noe bel# p diblUhd in thln paper constantly.
lrs. C. Kleinclichrodt, Mlorrison, ll., says:-
"D*' *u0. .1PIIlA3T:-1 have suffered evcy
si& I Wa thittei iyeara of age with my mense5.
Thoy were i etjular and very painful, :
d a"do 'd i a g (a tdeal but received no benefit.".
"A friend advised me to try Lydia
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, which
....^ I.did, aMd after fifklug' a few bottles of it, I foun,
.MQnrstruation'ils now regular and witliout
in. 1aeaoyi better health than I havoc
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Slow istpossBaible for us to make it plainer
V tat t`fit -.-PInkhftani's WgetaVtle Coin.
oa I il*l'osittvely hel. hali sick womev ?
All women re constituted iltke, rich and poorW
S. high and loaw, .-ll sur frQ Iq th. same organalo
Stroubles. 8ul no one ican tal4 to reui4in weak
t& th life sLn no'h0 for te future, when proof is so

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Fne Wines, Uquors and Beer.

otfl Beera S tIty. Mail orders will have prompt
atteinti W- ship mi. t made day order is received.
.te fO^prices CGoods boxed if desirAd.

W' i ,00 ItIrI ou ectrioal Wiring. i
tnre~r, l .r .ar e make a
itt W i ranteei work to be
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if yourDruggistn does nth 0at41l
it, 't .".m','" ' ^, thu'e .nianc e "

4 .e. Topical P4e.ip Tar
and" V..:in i i-made'fro t icoi
thedollars of Florida pinapita ;
andIt crape WIndigestiona anb teilayB
tpure i a pleasant Tonic.Y-ivEd] ^pp

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TD E k Stoc. JAO! IAM

SL a "REAT SURPRISE ( I ::. :;
Ike ri0 Strong in the Morning, MANY DEI.RE T 'O AATT-END' w'1T 'g 0 ZNew York urt r
toae Ne exerle la'Now York Olt*
Wand n Pntt Were Heavy-in- ST. LOUIS WORLD'S FAIR AS .er2i-o .iU a SI).eil.te
ysttIF e'Confident That They THE GUESTS OP THE ,' 1 E Wi"^oatMt n t.
Wail winV k Today.' OF THB ,. W ho(,^-' ^ssvit.s Pr
W ick, Today. JOURNAL.
.T.A fAly, 8auecessor to Fleming O.U. .NA *
& Ai sP rtWaral". in cotton, stocks and Do you want to attend the World's fair? *E aie.*ew.P.
gtrin th th alpchurch b uFiing FProm the immense number of estimates. l F- I
Ja la., who has uprivag being received each day to The JournaIVER
okprivat t ttes on wOn ldd naturally- concludTe or or "c. nCt
: T; ,, ork, Chicago and NNw that the answer of every Individoal ieoro.nits t .... .,nooatraot'
W Orle wusThe Sun wih i ltwod be in the affirmative. All aire st- itd n ti Patro.
ura.rll. very anxious to go, but *ome are
following qgotaionrs for yesterday: unable. The ouxrnal ha e o MAthe . ...
1 Nott rk? Cotton Market. rescue. Forty people are going to the
.Ne. .19rk Cotton Market. great exposition as its guests.
Ope. High. Low. Close o be one o the forty? WA ERHAYLO
.Agg.. .. 121 12.30 12 to 1 It, in accordance with its past spirit of '' "
Sept.....4 10.76 10.62 10 76 liberality on May Oth, The Journal an- TO' I. \V
O i. ,'01, PI. 10.00 9.)O 10 t fl bounced for the first time that 40 free ..
Now,.. .70 982 9.70 trip. to the StC Louis World's fair, each JaFkson-ll, lorida
De.." ... 89 9.78 968 ) 77 Tcoistzing of a first-class tcket. from At.-
Deefl..; 9.f71) 9".78 O I 77 iata to St. Louis.4 a1d return and 0 for: -0 -
Jaint,9.7 7Close stead 9 expenses. would be given to this number
p Cs stad. ot its subscribers. 10 of these tripe to its W 11 N IN .TJACKSON VIL E
Chicago Markets. subSecrber, in Atldthta and Pulton county --V,,.t,
Oefr High. Low. FClo, and 20a outside or Iulton county.
e High. ow. lo It not necessary to pay Irn advance to T'E ORY3TAT 8 hOON AND ROO?
RW e t be f 3 I entitled to estimate in this content. AREN. '
8ept.e. .-;>.82.4 827, o801 8. afh suhscrlber who has paid in advance.
oDe...o ;..1. 83 81 81 it is entitled to as m hy etlimates as the Thu bet Ioltl thity lIn or
'Ot2. length of time subbsription Is pid( in a 4 t'htinmnett er- uig i aht oof GarOleu
ap%,. .B.I *01 511 vance from May Oth. The fi st near Theatre.
LIS65 j..^^2% 61 # l ; eat corredt estimates will receive these..
I. free trips. It Is therefore important that -.-
yi .... You send in your estimate att onoe. ',MEN, iAND WOMENM
-. 37. 4 37t4 371 sure you have 'the carrier sign M Nthe oM- T Vfor.Unnaural
85- 3op 8q r pneach timeyou pay him 10 or 12 ceat., IA t dihru.,iafnjstion,
35% :,{i{ Ifr the paper la delivered by carrier, or t. *. t iet, 1r4t. oe tr i 4 hUrtaseu
12 90 12 65 12:67 the paper is received by m4tl, aand yo0: taitA, ,nd not lstia.
s.1290 .12B 1267 send in your renewal don't forget to send I AiiN. to r, ut ,r "iionous,
8I''-" i 7 n estimates. Oi...T.(i.b Mold bt irmt1l,
8'". 7.87 7.77 7.87 The contest cloea at midnight April 1, It 0. .4.. W"i
82 7.62 7.52 7 57 W4, and the gatea will open May ole It [' r.ra
lV...,0. While the estimates received last mary .irci lar sent 00
S ,^t,, : 7.52 7.40 l-t0 be the successful o es. It is better to send r . .. ... -
0De. 1 I,.n.2 7.50 750 n estimates at once, and keep sendingg,
S, as the first 40 nearest correct estimates
--'*'l -*ork'Stock Market. will receive the trips. It doets absolutely .
Open. High Low. Close nothing to enter the contest. Etiumate
Higo 1ai 11 ~ I *I17 cannot be bought for apy price, and as no t
ugar'.." 11s 117 1718 one will know the nus-ber of .dtfl siona i B?
A.t ... 65 t17 62' to the St. Louis World's fair until after
-.! 1" -1106 1'A1 110 the openly, 4eaq, every ones an equal
o. . 50- 1t
/ 47, 4, Not Over-Wis-

o .. .1- 17 14 14i6 1ii
OhG W.17% 18"-4 177 177
0e 97% 95.8 9
.3a 186 .136% 136
I ,P : 48. 486 46
2 20 12 1263.j
3 .3,80 81% 30 30
Tex. 273 29 27 28ij
23% 24 28 L 24
0.. 83~ 85 83 883

N.,W. 84 64>4 637 68 3
W.t..84 84 8413 88.I
. I.... 80 38 29 31 .
S8 8... 24 / 24% 287m 24
D. fd, 723 7:- 7 724 78%
W. afd. 88 388 37 37
RBg.. 50 .58% 56 56%
P. O 95,12 9 959 953

Qivar Up to Die.
fi BSpiegel of .Evansville, Ind.,
W4t3| *'Fr- five years 1 was troubled
*wkit, ldey a6id bladder affection,
WhiObh ilei me weak qnd thin and .I
ladtO.gv0. up work. Three of outi
physiol ani faled to help me and [ was
.giVttti tb dte. I bought a Oe bottle
of Poley'. Kidney Cure, which gavel
ime eloteta.d the second bottle com-
mala phad m.' Bold by J. VW.

OnW.VY S!ettlers' and Round-Trip
S':,,.om o S; kers' Rates.
Th $ekabosrd Air Line railway have
a*ftagd the following attractive rates
?a(atoe.te, Balideutown, Ellenton and
_1rasu'e, _,a t
rnm Ohio River Gateways.
S.e.Ptte.: 'tlCk endorsed
seonaa", not good in parlor or
sii to be sold to. all points
on '. *A diW. I.R. R. aud S. 8.
iates based one-half of the
hi" united tare, pPlns $92.*..
tiff 114 'sold on the first and.
*s of esah month, to and
I ivember 17th, 19O.
I :*,el.* exwnion tickets to

.. ,t~o *l Sarasiota

b ulsatlb, to naol-ehidlg iR o-
Alt t 9 wtith. final limit
00dy from dat of Tale'

ed. JK^|^^^SS^ii1 ^'il^1'ftl

'l'iavr it .nt ,I>J l -,,gorienl pifcturi of
a girl suar(-'hat s.grs,-t,-hop er, Lut. i.L
t1li n't of :a',e i Ih.s.ly trehding on 41
juvnake. 1'his i. part'l t.ii-d by Ihe m10na
who spet is at jtarge1, 41li1 iof Ino vy
i b iitldig a ng yey liiV e c-l r.i ho b t regleet,-l
to JroNidve hi family ui:h I bottle of
Ch 1ntjeri ai i'. oi 0A. -Ohulera .iand
Diiarrhoea Re udy' a & atrvklardI
against bow iel aai nplaiiti. whose vie.
Lituwi o-(e of Ihoe cyclorne i
hunidrtid Lo oIIf. 'Thli remiedy is every.
where ree-oxgized as lm e ain)a0 t prompt
and reliable rl t d t e.ittn inii uas ftir the#",
dig illed i I tie d(e n) Ir,.
Southern Railway Offerp Exceptional
Trips at Exceptional Rates,
The Soutlhrnr Iflwniy atffers the ftl-
lowil'g low ratei to. rtaorts along its



Whtolesalei nd "Retall

Voirr full wrtsi0 old 1.4'nr>tirrot Wb.v -
key. expitl* preOlt. rrA.. ,. .-,
~r ftr rl* rwlartl Old Matryi'ito tty
Whlaistcypnxpr er (ir &4T 4.?..;


lines: "* our Mh'La eiMe $a4' ,I4I2,, 9.
.Sour MK 4. w. i.
Jncksouville to Ashevilkl, C., $13.; Ad .. /,'ait iT.
Abbeville. 8. C..*ll; Anderson, 8. .,
$11.40: Bre Hill, S. C.. $12; Flat took, N. 0 1090W. yt. Itkounville, la.
#12.20; G(ireenville. 8. 0.. 12.10 ; L'h-n---------
bferaonville, N. 0.. 41280 Hot Spraigs,
N. .;$14 .20; Indian : prlip, Ga., $9 I
Lauretns. O, I~;U 1t; Lake Toxaway. N
C.. $14.aOtLenoir, N. C. 18.25; Lin- .
colutoni. N. C.,a418*4ookOut MOuntain.
Tenn., 1310; lanrion, N. C., $13; M14i. R. B. TAVIARl, MaUnager.
Monteagle, Tenn., $15 05; Ocetn Viaew, .
Va., $15.60; Old Poitt Comfort, Vs.,
$15.50; Rutberford to. N. .. $18; Sa- RtA'.S RIASONABLE. The fIonet
Juds; N. U P, $12.10; She lbj. N. C., IS; fresh and salt wai er fttlng to be, hadl
Sewanre. Teun.. $14 9I; Spanrtaburg, in Florida. resh and silt water blath-
8. ., 12..10; Virgiuia BRacth, .a .1,In tto behad in ia s0rtdhitatce from
110 hotel. Take,tbe train tO Brsw)kvi)le
$15.50; Tryou, N. U.. 12 10; Waball andd drive, other to iaitport by oprivte
S. C., *12.26; Warm pzj4gst, OGa., 9; ~ts lt*ve .. 7-b -3e
Waterloo S. (!IHairts .lth h .. ..a.. ,.
8pi" ng ) 12; tYy v0lE B0, N. 0.a K Y KERY
$14.2; Whi tWone,, ; (Whit Uwto m .
Lithis, Spriang* )l2... 12 .
Allt ckets round trip. Ticketos t I i, VHA ?4 ep.
sold Wedneeday, August 19. 1 "08..
Limit of tickets returnable to and i.n.- -
adi ..Sept.b. .. .2,1. C -9A1. *
8" Cuwod of Cite After 0I4hic%.ut' yir)i !r*.r> "
TrIat1ent Hmad Poali."
M *yb^g heme;Ptsd ,: ,ises *as-. t (teasee. "s
taken with cowe and ,ramps i ...-

-Mj^^u* D, G.n ,,,WR '. :,
is hlf hour heiaE.s`iW

I t t~ a~ ~,et a ) i 4 .

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S -ia uponurVat u4n V.aO 9 p
N. o tesu ta p "q *.'.v*mi ,,

R.apid Transit nd Utourposoed 'Servic

Depart For

Tnme Table In It ootl Miy 24, 1908.

3 :40 ; ,i Hgh Bpriga snid tintor. "I......
l)aily i. mediate Pointi .
la :117 in In (Joal, Leburv and Tampa, ud
D.ally lNtlermedlate Polnf ..
2;.0A it n Plalatk,. toytoln, Jaokson)ivili
Daily |orth, East and Wet *
I1 ;40 a s i lHigh lipritags, Wayerontnl Havtisnnh, to unsIwtok.i
Dsllay | Albaey, Atlhnta. ll Points North. t Wo Was


l a i m I tohelt Melean py titd Qtsitr "

Daill .Ig h prhings

x Ba0 .1I-. .Ia *e o bem it t. a. t .sm ,.a-4. o..p ,,:40,, :
ThrouPatih rulsnai ide ti cr iPorr t v M Qose
line' also via Atlandti Coast LIoe wi q: H
Forlromplete ilformaton,(ouw on .-: :

FRANKC. BOyi*Tor, Coin'At.' rt, Pus. A
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A4 full qu-iart 4 ayl..4'

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"FtR'~H~ Wtio Raa unItJ.

you used reina' peach bottert
6ph 8 aellteiof04
'A0.4 ;ii6 -' en'; P h ut
piti d stCherday, I1.t

z.Vujol r 4airiet w s-tTe 8dayr
de b *pltffe ':e' jet I:)t~j'^, ^ :'
iytRoershn *ot ,W(eshts p wul
-V g te ,ih too to htl 41< y re<

@ra." F. ^. Iatherp aiht*dorn if-
Yotiton' :wefrle( *ihpp 1g 'tythe ciotiy
deirday, :1:. ^^
B^s Mfaa^ls e ig~ht -^o Si trg

St M vatleties put tip 'by
., afk ,sOupany-the pure
44 19o we^^wdisn'f */. .':

Sg4tiet, ad retunh p1.85 by A.
A nr44ay7' Ugjp, 920th. lTIokets
td r4z'nr Angubti -, *d
4t a6er to visit Sn Augustie.
tp b, A. -. L. iThursday,, Aug.
In leav~~Bsqt:2 p. n. Good.

sap Martin'r'and Willlam g'~lss
-Ho ytterday for-Palatka,.whaere
.tt; visit their grandparents.
. Mrs. M, :1. Cooxe, pfor the

,. Paul, special agent of tlie
%Stateidattd ofltse in thiW eit y,
urned from an ofBoilal trip to
a o Iafayett'e ct'ounty.' He wal
t -Mv r::j. .. . .- .. .. : . ..-.- *
2rlurnrigan "i spending a few
4il.arped caicilonuae theJguest
d Kines, O ed ottt-avea ,great many fish stores
"pon sl' return hoIme, -,:-
ritd, A byuthe nr.oan Oil' and.
a oni -bids to furnish
~itdeited otd ne .opd e hb
ilaBrd. d2taw*wtf
iacts of Sprtng Park Farm,
iwas a. visitor to this' ofty
j 'r, allison has just re-
O savannah, where he has
intess for the past few days.
k k4 I, .arron of -uhe Second'
it4 a obwIehb departed yesterday
id, 4whiere he goes for the pur-
SBe*topilng a w- edding cere-
e~pteots to return tomor*

ie MoOredie of Mieanopy,
.l lucrative position as
orJ. 0. Newberry.. High
ad throug-h ,the pity yes-
6 e'home, Where she will
iayn with her parents .
Oheastiut and children doe
rdsy -for kalud, N, 0.,
tilt spend the aeremaildero
4er: They were accon-
l-aa Jaokseoville by Mr.
t0o' Is .expected to return

rains, formerly .of this
f JaokeonvillIe, arrive
4~st night and is registered
-',Houfse. Mr. Abrams,
*utundueted a s souessful
6 itns Galneville, ts now
Ingged: in the platno and.
S o lit the metropolis, and
lad to learn that ho is
g elae nt trade,
i t lHialle was ILh the city
,e fri tedA f HallOe homteatead
~ aha4 where a delightful house
l now being hel4. There A-re a
|,!-,,of people at the house paiy
itut among thvm are dhtef Jua-
Tyor and his accomplikhid
I| .' Miss u..Ea, of Tall*'aae,
"sa Josephiue Budd of Montl-
rir. Hale reports that they are
aR aiaellihtful Um.
i. Pardee of Oraiige Lke,
1 enaged extensively in the tfsh
o# is in the city, the guest of his
M a.li.M 0 Arllow Ie called
I:and .renewed his subserip-
TThe Su.'. Mr. Pardee -states
sh fla are ruuning -very poorly
Lake now, and that for the
weeks it has proved an un-
.4 Mt-Ul. l Wi probably
QetUl Rte -oRL:lwmbor. -
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4t[ rel .ity,4~ O d (""ve ne". ... 4 th r Iern -
...t .. o :l n, p .$- i4 4heste o r4
a Eid.V Ocrwer b'.q ret. beH as Ta : Aun Noth, rines-

,, < retwrhi ,.app to a.td inoliding Aug-.
0$.ey, theabol meloRn gro--rUr uso Br.a4,
.0f0,%he la visitor "o the eity Poo. En. >. $e :"Or" wife ar O.ptaine

hi Wokg r sieo In c tiR eity, the d1y. Se' ,g oosn60ed here o, ac-s
Js 3. Vidal. eon oftlbe'(llness o ter brotber-in-

Sthdotty yssbdIny, dining with bhis ld an4 will be the guest of Mr. aihd
~aug0ter, Mrs. Benj. F. Duky. Ztt$. 3E. Ildsonrt

Sto ity yesterday. manage as partner. Terms raso
I948s4z t,,neattly 4urplshed rooms for able. R~e~sj for; desiring to sell il
single syoun -men $. per week and Up.t ,t I have l 'pur ased ~ly4de Saloon
u1Otob,51t free. Apply JBrown House, and earnint'look after two. places. Ad-
Sor0 o" l *dr t,;r o OR8- i thritt-813 dBaw f -

of a, ; dt er p n he". B, 3fr: so,'' a. prosperous" colored
t .p farhmer."fbtPo Beoningtrn section,
"' H.rtr 9 M!anopy ,was., a ys. broitiho6,td$i1 market yesterday. one

iltqr to thJt @*y toerdity. He repgurts kndred Mad Aty. pbpads of new cot-
bufes yery fti a in bhis town, on 9. toxq4 whil hei disposed of to MeC orC-
g the s aon'r,, 06yieke&. 0 wa atr six eents per-potund in
: 1,8 road t$.p to St. AUgustine on the s Jed~ I rHs entrpi sinog farmer Is
0 Th b Lty, Ag. 20, train leading A. na lly aoo the first to bring. cotton
E' depot st-: :26 p.- min. :Tilke.t good ,to market, and ivally gins the first
to return t ..i t d. t t. .."le.t ... .
'.-r, alq,-8.room dwelling, corner Learn o be a -watchmaker and a
Plesanstiad ort .stret.* Also r- $ w ,er o tld like to have a yon ge
roomdwelliaiga orer Hll and ,Me- an of P habult arnd ofme expewi-,t
orn, to .Mr. and Mrs M-. i A. CAOlon is, pp ii bas ho th eand respoo bte-
ht th $ihome on North Garden street, neis and a- pt willing to serve twon
Tao'psdty m eor.ing a -bounqzin~ eight* y canoe o 4 apply. Will give board
p0o6d baby boy. Friend are extend- to be Tlthand wll raise every x
it congratulastons, on s adva cement will justify
or V .25 Tin g o t e all on or W.04e Jor. g. Wr nrl, New.

W. M. Ros" the extensive phosphate berry, Fla, daw 1w
I er o nea, wm-in. the. r i tyon rbus. ,-o -
iies 5 yes6rday. :' r. Ross is're arded ... ".

as .one of the most competent and ,, :.
shrewdest, phosphate, miners in the er and .

T I L,4 A,. Patterson, colored, pre- t ,igo n
dnglder o the A. M. .od like tohave
h headquarters at Tapa, -is in. .-O
li porter Ho hiM offal. f -b ord Heowas

f mely a p-astor of this city, and Is ,
iardt h0 as one of the best in their,
ic.lontA dvanement will 'Justify,

pie :.- .* r ^y

Hon, Henry 8. Ohubb has returned
from -JaoksonVille, where /he went
Monday to attend the meeting of the
Republican State Central Committee,
pi which he is the chairman. An ao-
coult of.- this meeting will be found
elsewhere in this issue.
Misa Eliza Dell has returned from
Blue Ridge, Ga., where sh. has been
sojourning for the past few weeks. The
nu rerous friends of this young lady
wilf be gratified at the information
that she has greatly improved from the
trip, having gained eight pounds.
Mr. and Mrs. 0. W. Baidwin of Mel-
rose were visitor. to the city 'Monday
and paid The Sun an agreeable call.'
Mrs. rBaldwin ia very talented lady,
and ,has beep engaged in .teaching
school at Melrose. She is regarded as
one of the most competent. teachers in
the county'.-
C. Haile of Alahua, onm of the
most- pro risstve planters in the coun-
ty was lin the city yesterday. Mr.
Halle states that his prospects for a
cotton orop are ,xoellent; and that It
the WeatHer e6nditions are favorable
he will harvest the largest crop for
several years. He already picking.
and,gathered Monday 500 pounds of as
fine cotton aw was ever seen in the
Mrs, Mollie Allen, of South Fork,
Ky.amtaya she has prevented attacks of
cholera mnorbtua bytaklnO Chamber-
t uit Stomach and Liver Tablest when
sheffelt an atteeksomiqiRg on. ,Such at-
tak. are '.aua*y eaau .d by indiges-
-'to"n A these TUablets are just what is
needed to .cleanse thie tomath and
ward off the approa0ching at.
tapk. Attack* of billous colic
may Ibe prevented In theme way.
For ale by all druggisti and mediotue
John Price of Melr..e w as n town
yesterday and made The Suna anree-
able all. He reports aottow and corn
oaopa gerally Iate in his seettot and.
thie each rop a Ra total failure. Mr.
?ri4t i, .apgId ixa the canning bul.
e at Mie ro and nver faila to ake
I sauotuu o* ChR enterprise. ..The f1ill
ure of the o* orop interfered con00
sideraby itlh his business thts aa6sos,.
but he u d ed well l4 catians to-
m.ato .. . atifls64 wi hthe sea,
JM/ij* fl-


MOU.qMt Store on Earth.

Bargains i. All Lines.
We still continue to sell Seriven',
genuine stretchy seam drawers for 51.
Men.>on's Borated Talcum, the gen-
uine article, 1c. .
Colgate's Violet Borated Talcum,
18ie. -

igSale of Strw Haits This Week
You Oan find just what you,want
Hats that were $1 00, now 9,e.
Hats that were 700, now 7&c.
Hats that were Woe, now ,9e.
Hau that were 250, now i9c.
Hat* that were Ild, now lite,

Gents' Summer Cloth-
S ing Redimed 20 Per Cent

Coats that iveroe i40,
Coats that were P.60.
Coats that were 13.W0,

now m .99.
rino $2.99...
now $1.99.

All Iiem 14*a% their mer i aA4
**aa te be s *rste4 Yoer
sack If ye atIL

ak e, whete his family l~ao'kn-

I P alkp r t Vfedar Xey, son of
&a WaA s'r~oni^rq.the,
^p^4. E. T. Waxer, onef -jL ops|lt^ 11, y
t~eld aowi'tion with $. 1A. .M iCol-
lt & Oi., drug sts. 1
YWhe you want a phyesic tha is mtilha '
and gnitle, esa to stke and certain to
a3t, a 1 -su.sehafmbeWrlaiu's Stomach
"nd r L ve Tablets.. Ftr sale by all.. .. ,
Srdggits a tmiedicine companies, .
For #.8Byou leave Gainesville at 2:25 .Y .,: .
ursatAng. 20thi ; arri-e at ... ....
t.A gutj e at 540 p. m. 1 eturnipg '
leave b. Augustine either Friday or '
aturday at A0.:30, rm., arriving here
at ;4 pm. .This is the only excur- '
t. thi year to St. Augustine. Tick- -
ets are seld good to return either Fri-
day or Saturday. Don't miss it. p bnysln O l
Fine Baby of Mr. aid rs. Daughtrey I a JJ q ti
tof Rocky Point Again a Winner.A
Mr. and .Mrs. A. L. Daughtrey of
Rocky Point have just cause to feel
proud of their handsome sixteen-
months-old baby, Major LangforI-,
ne the child it a regular prize- A
Winner. "AjkR.ARE, AND
This baby first took the prize at a .E.8RcD. 0 AN."
baby show at Seabr@eze in the summer ..AY.
of 1902.. In the fall of the same year,
at the Alachua county fair, the boy ,""0", .40;1
took the premium over a large number THE CONTIN
of handsome children and again he ENTAL
was placed in competition at Seabreeze "
on Friday of last week, when he was -
utanimously selected as the finest and
hndsomest of all the. big aggregation
of chii4.res from every section of the
-Sate which were placed on exhibition
4o kei triple compliment is something
which the proud parents naturally
4aPpreelate-'and it goes'further to show
that Alachua: county can raise other
things besides fine vegetables., ,
Better Than Gold.
I was troubled for several years (First ornery souti o P'stee
with chronic indigestion and nervous tcone
t tesF. Green, of Lan- Me a pecial orders. Drip
easter, N. H .-."No rem edy helped m e] ool di i g ro.
until I began using Electric Bitter. so
which did me more good than all the -
also kept my wife in excellent health] U
for years. She says Electric Bitters
that they are a grand tonic and in H S
vigorator for weak, run down women. (11 E U
Io other medicine can take its place in --1........
our family." Try them. Only 50c.
Satisfaction guaranteed by all drug-

A Handsome Present.
E. M. Newbern, section master of the
Atlantic Coast Line, is happy over the
receipt of a present from Roadmaster
J-. S. Jolley of the same.. system of a
handsome royal palm cane, a direct
importation from Cuba,
The pane is of a very rich walnut,
and is exceedingly attractive. It is
one of many brought from Cuba by
Frank M. Jolley a few days ago, and
Mr. Newbern has a right to, feel com-
plimented that he is now the recipient
of such a valuable token of friendship.
-early Forfeits 14s-Life.
A runaway almost ending fatally,
started a horrible ulcer on the leg of
J. B. Orner, Franklin Grove, Ill. For
four years it defied all dOntors and all
remedies, BOut Buoklen's Arnica Salve
had no trouble tocbre him. Equally
good for burns, bruises, skin eruptions

*n at, AAA~ u o the home of her uncle ,M. Giddings.
Oing aon a Vacation. 8he made many friends during her so-
SOwingto the fact that Rev. Mr.. journ here, and heridemige will be re-
Bigelow of incinnati, who has been ceived by then with both su'iprise nd
furnishing his interesting sermons to regret. She was a devout member of
The Sun, is taking his annual vacation, the Presbyterian church, and attended
the service will .be discontinued for the First Presbyteriantahureh regular-
the next thirty days. ly while visit ing here.
This mention is made so that our Cured Paralsts.
readers-may understand the discontin W.S. B il ed Pa..TrueTexas, writes
Uance of satne is in nowise permanent .. M wieily e Truei.exa, writes:
These sermons have created a "My wife had been offering five years
Tdeale arnt d he reitis tei great with paralysis in her.arm, when I was
of The Sun to continufe the serve ice. pleaded to se Ballad' now Lii
m ent, which cured her all right.
have also used it foro4d froft
S ork.". n A25C e and $100 bottle at
"-u2 1Johnson Bros. -, .

Summer Dress Goods Musto

| OR THIS WEEK WE WilL av, m

Special Reductions in several
grades while the cards last.

(SOuth Side Squorel
Hair Cutting. Shavnr. -hampooh..
and Colf nautba k tfolss Wor

Death of Mrs. Teinent.
Mrs. Ella Tennent, one of the oldest
residents of Clinton, Ill|t, died at her
home in that city of typhoid fever, on
Wednesday, the 12th in4it,, :.
Deceased was well known in this
section, especially in' North Gaines-
ville, where she sentnr liAwinter, at

salef se Dr ws oo s, worth 40e. &Oe a thli

Speee wrth 0 and this sae only.. ,. ..-

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