Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01954
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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 20, 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: VID01954
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
lccn - sn 95026977
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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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'Lefe -
oA -Wsu



uOs Attaok a

oilly Repulsed W.th
del-.Russian Sq'uad-
C' itamaands--Massacre
Aw in Monastir,

fUl4 gust 19.--A fierce
tJ4 ~ have occurred In
d-, qo Monasti.Three
ertt'cked -'a thou.
after the fight
':hours, the Turks
-tt the loss of 210
o inS't| ~ai s is not given.

,o August 19.---The
lan .on -of warships which
Oi yterd-ay, *is ex pected
r lrTutkish coast this at-
un ni ltO :r' the demand. made
4llu n M'[aIn connection
W K0ttn on Aug. 7 of M.
4t* ssIan consul at Mon-
1i T ihat -Russia is about
S. demonstration in
hwklB,.~ .e bas- been kept a pro-
1a.nd se ;re, tthe public being er.
I.rely difaraiit' the Russian move

-"eThe ntfi lon received here of the
i ofl.th e s-quadron was a-n unwel.
ome ur o the Turkish govern
ns.i pretended to believe
at t kokl ncident had been
ife't L punishment of the.

T.e,'sece~ a.dvlces here from
S eor^ardeed Sunday night
hi'tt"he fighting be

roop t, Vicinity of Krps ievo con.
inued, n that many refugees from
kelghbot.ig villages had' congregated
a Mon ket*. Several villages inhagL
ted byQ-.eeks, it was added, had been
at on .ri 'by the insurgents. Ac-
4Irdiug to advices received at one of
he foreign embassies at Constantluo-
Ile, nzt lq:as than 800 Mussulmans have
'en measacred throughout the -district
if Monailr by in9urgents whose move.
Uents continue to gain ground. Emir
tLshdi Pasha, who is nominally In
omnma(nd of thb Turkish troops operat
9tg i.n the Monastir district, Is soer
saly hamnpered in his efforts to sully
iress -iae iurrection by the fact that
he itt'Ucttionshet receives from her l
re con=t ly. changlBng and that when
, mov.e.it ils undertaken a counter
order frq mthe-palaee orders the whole
situation. The Turplab .amaissaraia
eparttnent is in -wrst e d eondltion
he troops at onastlr, fTr i tanco,
ave notUu beeen eird With irons of
teat for 'i. w'ees.
The itagurgent baads la the vilayet
SA dranop i are also active. One
and r"e&niey captured a detachment
f Turkish so01ier neur Haskol, close
Sthe .ligrpia frontier. Twenty,
ur battalos of reserves in the vila-
eetof A&asjA ia have been summoned
t the estai o ;
The lreipt4 attackshe made by the
"r&enftse the rmalroasm. and the In-
dequat 4t0ot0Mtion afforded by tha
hrklsh authorities have compelled
Ie FTaij d oicials to order, in spite
lan fI o 1 a traic on the
eloatlc Moanstir pa'd lhkub 11 ep.
I:"svtawi veie here from Bel
de. that the 1 Trklb
lN lMuA- ecred the deten
ln of a istity -t trf a: n d ammu-0
ton #etlei s ulgari. The for.
ar4e 4iat r aiuto was -se-
ced tW 8 0o5,000 for the

.*.IMt^e rI recwvlng
.|of ea, ri con-
2mTo41ties In

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Police Would- Not Permit eooallat tO
Speak on Streets.
Atlanta August 19.- -Socialist J. IL
Fitts was stopped by the police last
night, a few minutes after he had be,
Sun an address on the street. and wagl
served with a copy of charges .or
making a public speed without a per,
mit, from the mayor.
Fitts had announced ln a dodger
that he would teat the validity.ot the
city ordinance which made a permit
necessary before a man coulA speak
on the streets of. Atlanta. He clalm-
ed that the law was unconstitutional
and was aimed at free speech.
A permit was granted tim a n wf
days ago, and wa. revoked by tbe,
chief of police, under Instructions frQw
the chairman of the"police board and
the -mayor. The grounds for revok..
ing the permit was that F itts' talks
were of a character to caiise a breach
of the peace.
The section of the city code wtth
which Fitts is charged with violating
says that no person shall 'make a
political speech on the streets without
a permit from the mayor and general
council, or the mayor and chaIrwAn
of the police boa-rd:
Fittp has engaged the services of
an attorney and says he will carry the
case to the supreme court of the tJ'Uit.
ed States on the ground that the city-
ordinance Is a violation of the first
amendment to the constitution of the
United States.
The trial promises to be a very In-
teresting affair.

John T. Meador Crosses River at Age
of Eighty-Three.
Carrollton, Ga., August 19.--f4he fu.
neral of tr 1 ha T, Medor, one bof At.
lanta's oldest wholesale buslneAs men,
occurred at his home on, Dille street.

wk g.igt.He hd been
desperately Ill for several weeks and
prior to that his condition was con*
sidered serious for qtite awhile Mr
Meador passed his eighty-third birth-
day while so desperately ill a fqw
weeks ago. He cane from South
Carolena to Stone Mountain when he
was about 6 years old, and that be&
came his future home, except for
several years of his early manhood at
the beginquing of his business oaTeer,
which waa s pet in Ctrrollton and
Carroll county, where he engaged in
mercantile pursuits, mining and real
estate transactions. Upon- his recent
removal to Atlanta nearly half a cen-
tury ago he became a leading wholesale
He. is survived by his aged wIfe.
who. was Mi&s Barah Dent, daughter
of the lamented W. B., W. .e0t, of
Newnan, and six children.


They Amesnt te Over S60OOO,000.
Total Incresea SQ.0,000.
Atlanta, August 19.--The estimated
total tax return for the state of Geor.
gia amount to more than 1500.000,000,
the total Increase being over $12,000,.
000 besildes the Increase from the
franchise tax and other railroad a-
These are the figures given o n by
Captain Harrison yesterday wit1 only
two countlteB-Lee, nad Telfafr-yat to
hear from. The total Increae, not In,
(cluding these two counties and tMe
railroads, sla *t21.Sa,14l.


Ran Amuck at Baoye N. ag-d
Was Arrsted
Bayonne. N. AJ sdAut l.-Mrs.
Carrie Nition hats been locked up hirq
charged with disordnl4y conduct.
She collect & acmawt by latias.

p1 pea and cigarestt- from their mostkeg

- Report of Qeyf DOmits Uetuh5.
Pitt .br g. .. .A st .I.. Aa-.r I-.
Quay arrived tin Ptt*sri" tis" q
lug on his ay to boI a Bver.
IEarly today 0 e Hnl report PWw
crculated that tb ama;B4 AMl
to this city. s I *
fas repttr -


ore U !;N.M-i"A Violia-
ity 8p ^ W3 I pour.
Electric Light id to Pants of
Grcenville -W le Iand Towh
iLeft In Dar.kne T'ng to Cross
Small Sitram Maun ani. Boy Drown.
K ex'ti)}q T4 n .4 Aupatet dt -A ap*.
clal 4. o ThO Sentitael .rt.o, G t.eu" l1e,
'ren., ays: _"Llaat tt about
o'clocklU ti4 town a~4 6*1n was via.
Cited by- the retaviet (dbiurt I
4doWnpoiwr of rain tlhatt ever bet-i
known here, 'It ext.mnCi0 from above
GrkeMiallle as fr south al|orriltown,
Gro ee and IIambleom ,,ntiees arn,.
eras aiftsed onat~eaiblI as to crop.
In Greenville a M riswn the
creeks passia tg-t 1rg tuws uswe
oui ot bkati ,lcnis .atit i5,tr$.,th mud
Bowling inanyto d(4, .inig tocksi
considerably. The .:el '60 c liKht and
water platWI of Oreeuie \v i e flood-
ed and made tdU ,in, .re-ei I ille was
In -darkness ltat nighit...
Two dea'tha aste aso ( a4epo rt'd as a
result of tbhe stormn. : lb'rt Parkm
and his little 7*.ear-old4on worre re-,
turning to their home mi.ilo south
of Gr*eomvill. I.tidlngi-.4 mitle. they
attetlpteld to c'oss .a .WOlltii creelt,
The water prtyoed too, o1l atnd too
swift 'and they were ,a10he i down
This morning heir4 dea4 botis were
found lodged against a "wtemr gap."
The lather was ,ilnc1ed t a log. an4
tho little son's mk'rms (W0d a death.
like urip about te nfat a neck.

Bigm' t Chicago, August I.-.A ls patch to
hte Rocord.Herald irOm ()hnabo Ni)b.',
says a lhe ifHamairg.An rtiCn Stteam,
ship coizipany wil l vnw.1 hth Paclflt'
ocean aiid together witlh the Orient
and Wabash i allroads, will encirol* tlhe
earth, said Vice Ptoald-int Dickinvoii
of the Orient railroad, who has jusr
returneil from London, whete. he, to.
gotter with Preulq.Unt Silllwel, of th
Orient line. notltiate.l the traffic
asr'ement between th1 rallroads and
th iilp company 'The night
be.S lh.LAndon w,, coatcludod a
contract with the HalmburghArmerlcan
line "for a line of steamers from- Port
stillwell to China., via lawall- apld
JA.pan. That company already has
steamers plying to 11 polnta ln theo
Orient via uezi-."

World's Apple Crop.
Boston, August I9.-A report on the
world's apple crop of l'43, hasi Jus
been lheued by the Boston 4haImber
of commowe. It shows (Oret Britain
short of all fruits, neotibly applest New
EDnland,. in the aggregale, will bare
a very generous crop, Malae t'-almaost
e llUttIng that of last year. NeW
York state report, plenty of apples,
the middle weit only fair; tl weal
very heavy; Virginia and West Vit,
gluts a very large crop and Nhova 9oo
tia exc.pt6tly heavy. Osaed alaso
proBala |ulte a heavy yli4. Tb.
Qmatfiy arerage Is escelies, egept
'in ome l *t ao -'
.-Mau.a--... PIr, L. e. .
Ma-oa. Os,, Auicust t--Tir4 Bra
bal of new cotoa has bk.e rae vMe
In tlfe cityr. t wat tnflkag to t..

that 4fls by ,.!". td,<. But~M,. A -Co.,
of Oord. t i .:: a.l It Wajl t t*85 at
sniddlia sad brou'ghg p Ira4sto av-e

fkter Ue4 -iy hygcsasn 4lulgl.-
$s0 .511 toma Sestb. being- bruwa

f&Ofec be ~truck ee ht it~ gu^.~
we --I s ^Ibl^f &-' fIs mS.oi4
''^aw B*^l ^K! ^|^ "^r ^^ J ^yHp7. ,.orT~r

MUUST ^(>, 1903.

MIN4, ANd OV..t&*. I TR
--- -- I T' ^ER
Bvldenai Before Arbitration Board at
BIrmingham, Ala. Wl
SITmlntham. Ala., August 1.- Phe I
operators having closed their evidence
Ow"terc'ay afternoon before .the board Bteaju
of OAbltratloa which la coneldertlIg the
different ea between the Alabma RhI.- 81l
-hera and operatoru,'the tiuners began
ageHn .als morning to present testimo, ACQIDE
py for 'Their side. Under the agree-
tent originally entered into the mi.- Steamer
aere will close their case finally to. Crew,
umaorrow Then two days will be do- the c
voted to tihe arguments, each side be.
Itg accorded onie day. of Cr
4 Ihm t irm in0AFi

\ l ook%,
Saved 170 of the WW*
Which Sank an HON
ollision-Her Captain. i.
pw Drowned.

da-ytp r w itn. L. Q or tp. a t ne- fro- aou a
...... w i.-,. o e, .noi -s ) toug Kong. BAugust- .-sThfla o *i
Whrl, who tPttle.t at coisldmirablb d V_.
1l0nth i n regard to mining at that from VaYooohem A R, C0" :
pee. h told in detail of tho ex and Yokohav ignet 10 f ,
pVsSe of the individual nmu, recount. day with the 0hinese .erulser : .sae
ila the cost of powder, oil, e tc. a e .
alto discussed the dockage system, toll. The war*hik an honiater ,
lag bOw the men .were d(lked when collision, 'he kpres to dla thva --
they failed to clean out the coal and 170 of theo.wte .,.te or'|aer Th .
rem ee the altq. Hle expre..sod the captain of t !a te j ,who re u. .
obinalon that the do(.age charges weird ed to leave his ,IhI, Lu i th -- -
too high. Tho labor and dlfficultios crew were rdrowhq.. .h'p we e o -t
in "eMOving tho slate from the mines 1441Wait..dl.
W-'e alo. recited, e to stated that th4 ,Th "utigal wi. a epe t ,th .
ilver, have to thuimber .p their rooms nahfual egin cal 0 f ther south,
as they progress in removi ag the coal. (~hlt ee at4 o _q O ,L ":Of ibt *"t
Hwas itt th.thrig a cliticai cr(s-, was of 2,,10 wtoas 4o'2e10t 1%
ain by thatio by thton for t feet lon, had 8 feet W
operatos, feet of water, h Ite W

CURE O LOKJAW but FIn Gland. Her teaet t '
stated of three 7-lnh 0Kruip uns, i t-
uccesful E perlteints by Dr. S. A. q o4po r a ta mai i-
uesMafiEth-perent by Dr, S. ~. fire gunsi and was fitted w.th two t
Mah htws of Chicago. pedi ta 0es. Sho had a 1omplemeti
Chliago. August 19.-A cure for lock o 300 nen. Th mpreha of a
Jaw has h.oo0 discov red by Dr.'8. A 1was i il=o onstrlcted ii nIi tnd 1 "-.
Matthews, f the University .of bicas "e f .. s .. .f t
go. uAnd h beeu ,ccssfully used In tl optan ilftie iRa vrod ssitbv of C
troaetlg George Newman. of south (Chi. Ra 'in :e.0 .:,|e\
ca e,
Dr Mattlhowa' method, of treatunen t ANAIL TREATY R#JEQTE.; .
is the i,.ctio n Of. solution of calcihm Unmous Pt e-thb ,i
and potasrlum salts. This iteettos bl" -gre's. -"i.r-ousl. P Deathby '
was givert Newman a week, ago wilie ogota, ombs, "A ugust 1,.-
Iho was "uUferlng from ettrotnely to .2I004 Ventura, Atiallit 17.-T h.
vere tetanus sapatems, and he Is' Itow ar os .'trahs b o oT
declared to be well on the way to anlmiou-ly b the betomben o't

Theh now cure is a dfrutle. tTbq, t v reported thttt Peadeat M.Mrv-
Iprtnbl reported thot Pes0 Mar Of, *
problem which Dr..-Matthews he. work,
e loe erp o n quin has been authorized by. 4n04ea
ied out Is to gSt the proper cmbln cto make a 11ow treaty wMhch Will. Lt
t tlo.n of ralea to bring about the effete require tuther- ratlstion, bt bt ai.41
de irld. Now that it has been found r ast-glr e for ..t.e.to but t*t
the doctort0 ,ay that the same prinil th aly pove uoa ceptble tO rty wUi|iet .
ple can be appiled to oure snake bI tes, Sta oe to I
blool pos0oaing and oter 41isalss iatt pears that one of the objectld.in
caused by toxins in toe body, to ratl o. the-tet We ,
to the r adfistlMtof ,tbh* trey*, Wilhio.:
DIAMONDS IN LTIIERIA. carried light ta the peate was tlp, .
the Pastames Canal me didp 4 ot." 1
I4epublio May offer Pine Field foe come to a previous ari rt@aat t with(

w York, -August .-Tetraferof th onepe,
Ifb w"Theactiontake'bthea*te. so
lAberla whitehat antegpelnaeA tvr eeeml to h sve, eueg tos.. "r
-on behalf of the ,egr15o has o.t bee ecomm etohooI, y .t.. '"
aUah to best- of, .Nlb have bette$Amorteam i.tn~ th 5& ,
Sime. tpostore aN a ne, fld tr 80h1t.f duWtlon of sey aim t to th 4
enterPrie says Herald ilepatrh. fOM .treaty was obect4d to, ,
It 1 offc0ally statd bMr. Hy -Un tla". '.
man, consul gtnal of the republ Int ew York, `Aagust ,1 0 ,
Londou, tat diamodshavan e herev e ge"Y, 16.stat 10e*s 05 A.04 4A
evere4, t tthe teoultry and fotiowlw wo ho h v8 i ote0 rai
this stoow annoninp4 that a pr40et. rmeadsear oiv e .. i*a Colt'.
IAl party, sent out: b, the Wit AfM0 whe ~ othe II th a- l
S, P.^4 Cohe tless soe whe told10f 016Y01460"^ '4, t4W.He ,:
edi has ratornl d with gs galtreaty by 6 oloibl, a Vi 4 4Whe I
.ed, has relented with f Bae-ia left the matter Was l) peadlag ."
at coudum itie form -b h b ltlr-W looM It was aiote- that t
ndsapire.-, l the sette ,11 i 5. -
FAST OC0 AN VOVAGE. the 0 lyeW, wt h A od tlm ^
Kaiseo wItse MIIilkes "miWa 01epui '
S hI Wastwaroerd,. s b,-Neb. AM 19 j
s o;t"iAugust iw4 pebtesas W ObOe:4abe.-
I e tr
. w of Ave daysr t honor an4d' U b. *a "7t. ,

0104", the K~ eetr St :
.ilsopr. bos rn t MLM h~Z *^|i-ii(^'*',lf


A '*TAVp WITNP Vg 4, 1)tYe f
40 . V .k -, g:
1 ~~~~o p, tt~4p~-
l *aDged aiths lln west v o

.^^^.D~yToro. W^Tski,
9* Ref Qw Proa4tmer. Nd mure piot peqie bt h)istollL 5)14 meaj
0.rY:g";:::r.pre:::: d4WP to'fp'wPN' ^ ## gBA Ed
u sail'.round q ,: Ori- "A

j I o T C IES,

|p 1^t "We cover thjse fI t O a pt1et aifd t#jp
solicit a si*0 4f y-otr business1

Fir e, ife, Aridelaud tlealthi..ra..

-" '. "' ---Agelt .. ~ e'-i

VL ifrtor iSafe ad o Compan

J"fl y are"te4 by 8 ^)heri,- ,exnU i ' * 4 '
a charge of elliw ho shth the bit' p $.^ ie uy The "Viet6r" is the best sate made, nd rtiea xortemplat-
00 icoionty rin violat.oD oftes iw rfd e o ing the purase of safe, or ayt in t e,
redye.e.trda y fro O.tl ,hte 9,from Abox to a bank vault, will p v 0m neey; ,,

0 asa ta sey1. Iw hp a t e 0,t 1f #rebwng. .-lrm
06ln ,a te t'eir dia;.l1QI Im.' ,.nAt -T in si;fdiur maYh b f sur e 3a'

)**-n v -da---* rt o llr ., It . ;.th.Te...... .... . .. .. .. ... . ... .. on. o

Ste tho. i i. ..F adNo ritfa yr.
epase. Beftha, Wr.- ,;r Iin .at !,.
hor(tAk P4, r h e.4ir ,, ..-.-nN.. Y., be su #d a ..
n 4r 1 -. " "n t o d o V (
lidn o aag s pd aw m oist e fld o oa.. t ak Sa. D" istake, but reme .... ... .:.i.--.. 28 .
o Tj tW d 8V1S *win ., et he n wamp.oot, ;.... -

,tstt 9snoeux a F'adv, baoh h N. Y.. on eveubott e .gls a .8 oo : v... .......... a sk vJ.. ... ... : A 7 0:::. : --
Wt otor f fir. e i.&10 the ver? Wive th wr o

BJc........dlo i.e 4"Of I e t ."uai-. "s c *, St.a af7.ne. ..- 5 .. ) p ... .LL...... .... ..8. a o
*Ar . . .. ... ... :; ... ..:.. ....... ................ .... .......... . ..- .... ..

t diggxte ia ed l e n ernhy i e F the selves a a5frai3 .. .. ....s......... ..... .... ......r . :" : a : ,
ort f. ... A:to or.. .,, o. AR T.. P..e.e 2'ai. ..y... ... ......9..3.. 945w
,|~~ ni bWondo who was the *snuimo rt.al bo All s onp1 Va............................ e. ............ ....... .... 7Q7

*0S y y of Costs. l'4e parth ir tl hy of iotinrcton8 for Pa0net. o Manatee, Oeeo and Sarao n 81 exce
d.. ...w.... . .. . .. . .. . ..w....a ,n ..a. .rn..?.... :M ke, in o8 erborm e.. ....e. ....................... 8
I payment of the oWonder hat young lady fanos No.0 aboard .il.. .c.ahe., mail, b e and r.. ........... hp

,t a Uw Wi ndxr who 1rougrht a baset of Ho AL M BT D Oo.....EATIO.... 1 2 o, O on, and dLrvO oo.. .............e..., ,,
kno, fo rdin ? .ATs Dtda ted on the Jack--.oille and No 6. ..onn...t. at. 2tar'fr.LaOr Ala .e e
li p.. r was.ins.b.outhwe tem;ilroad. eleven iles Inte a.......... a p a. .... .... ..........
..sJ Lr i... . . . . . ._ ...... ............ lP i .... ..,,. ron...... ........
Sa e a d lia t re Alachua. Strong. SyWlategto
S ouredahopper but in e phr Florida. O e Rheu Thursdaye 11..m, rmpa K enn, ............, Tuesday

dh heo 'j 0 le h.eoa anem, Kidney and Stomach troupe. EA 0. r OBB, T ^c vae 1 Gen. Pase. Agent, Jeoksonville, Fla.
a t i5 ep ...a. wa te r buldytg o Lafaye tt. cell d.".i-,r bt t ............. .... .o s ..... silvear on ...... .'.... ...... .... ..

lan o ut andI jyneds reoome r ... .. .. w it "'l oe ot b a. .. . ..ateb .5 per wejek.4 g. Sore. v5 1Y
___ __too_1 2 sdeb b a 58 asa I- U8 f ar th-__ P b r a.......... r e2
the w, W .iter. .nd h "-t r to- .o L i s.... v,
... . -2__ o isn a.x.......... 0d ... am- lp ... .r c o ........'.".' 740,

Won14a A .. .............. .....75I
12tAr Wesblon tfoa.. 4. ......1010... p .. C t o . . .2
bib, 09'A.............. fo P alPl maa te, ton yee1....... 92Ql

00 0d trouble a for 1veral eers eapei 2.. for whil- wii b. d.-

I ohronlo indigesOtott and ne['ou i of two 9'^ of it mo-k rominen
itty wril ., J. il Gr WDn, of wha til y rentr lye o ngTircle s, in tdsw prrPonm A a h dsomely illustrated maazaine S ar i
C 0 n. o medAy helpr'wd the n i4 daI aasoin i Tampa, Jaksonvllae and New York, via h y to Wathe ineres ofon. eti

"r iig ElerlAi r aeabhea, who deparrvd dtMaldaecoehes' mail, baggage owera of cNrEAe.ars beSXST
dinn a r o a P 7 = .:N .
e payee 'not thea .t... Wonder- f hat oun lady fan es and Ws n n an
ant a sr aingo, cn-" 0a-Arwh" ..... FOR H JEALT Ar RECREATION. tweeni J k oge to n, and drawing room Pull. sleepers be.

line ~ P 7oCr used. They have oor S iein excelled s , t( amouw report Jaeksonviloe a.and New ..Yor. 4.

=tb a Electrio Bittere x to pro8e57' to oSta 20Colora2 do 0 n J ie dt pitalln at CwARLESTON, C., both
Tmttuatedte mon.oube th.n ... .i.n No..corienda wneh them ets at Starke for LaCrosse, Alaehua, WiFle o Wannee an

tt he a r# 4 a u d Mou a h a r sa n t _ __h _ _ n i t e i e ost ha r ewAXrthAU S Sr i p, a h e E ra stywB re sbrni c e
ne othweer road, eleven mles No. and 7, Pullan sleeper between New Orleans and aonie.
)dl Tr t. Olly 60""inW 0. h.t. 'Theoreis an ord -alegorleal picture of-..north of thetown of Alaehua. Strong- Steaner forKey-West and Havana.--Leave Port TampaSundays, Tuesdaya
ontainne "fe all ldrg a iuaredat po asshopper,-lation to J. ph i orida. Cures Rheu ndThursdas, 11 p. ..OKONVILL BOTO and

t r -, -r heMa cto f h d sM slnytr4 oeet" a. Mr."* to"e T OVIDENt E, and All Ea tern Poine ,

* rio Arnow, t i ha phet wnar thantt Th i b4K9 in a alll boutyhtheund.
iMpto er a tem eds a lar u of money Fipefhing and hunting. First-ls Foot of Cathere ., tonvi
It sar is emraioway posal terk ? buliing a l o o htis o ,yb de Sotale A fare to.t. .. .-
SaomplUt ande thr.enedt sfro 6povldeo hi. a wtth a botte o.ler and bClhNt her J weik. Free il
arte..nr d depate teday obl W-tch o s a..... .. p.ra t . .twee Joa.c .
N t elleh where .f be dou-gn. ws bwl to pnmts, whose vie. in lka, Ator. P Ber

hot au One of h g;the moat o. at a. Adtp ( to y0, c -o.. Steamer l _

datng enployo. ofwUnole 1ar ddaaall lireout _-, o. aghinaTnl Aries Sv eU^ a-Pe. e. .B
t ety. ala he h.in rieng ds i th bohilU H eolhi. y eIo Fte os.p r a Ttherineruck strrower
.it is U-.s.... ,reliable redi. .e in use for t ese

ly**htmleave, 6t the is grap ossb vrted a Pase Fr saltive by all druit sIs ad-- -rd eiile e y a B ay at p

. t t Al-a. g.AW ... . a.....
"2dlo..a .. One Year.........

r" "'^yBetter-Than Gold..- ff" fo r Ho Springs. Siugle opl .............. 10
anio indigest~ion and "her youml pflved ,of-tWo of its nount proMinefent -i
Wit writes FonGreen, of a 1fsensti )eal ,oircMs, i n the persons A handsomely illustrated magazine
VFha 4aGddevoted especially to the interests ofIn" ulA
monthsxllowille beh fandaynw' oork, viasRrchuoof.o-2andeW Y o r k ,
:!"i evt pr used. L.T hey have ;r"atio 'h ,i jvi" after. A specia lilsub.orn t ion of ei J a c k o nbv i le .eINe

awifes e ent. Stam ps taken. Calling at C 1ARLESTOn, S. C., both wIa.
4Ie|mdid for female troubles,; an.delsewhere rieda wish them a h.inest tarps m te Coastwi Se- rice
tahra,, to.ome and n.- plehoaant.or aladyota.e. rIringae MAX K RAUSS ,

I O,,,e DJ reet Ser ice Between JA CKeONVILLE, BO STO, and
Oaz daiye a O om mMNtasioa. -T.l -a P r od n th J c s vl anN 5o',ne-c tWH 0 1 E S A L E S H O E S $ Se for-'La ross sAl-:chu i ll-
itareapnd bnlies,- It adverttdng too
Srice A rnaow for the p ust e & su ch an .e'atent i lthat, lIn+ o de r + O r A e pU on 4 or hbNo rthbound .... .........Flm..From Foot oLee rleans Wand BJoacok
ient-sn obli ing ail l catri ony a l p ie 'of',,norle=k coura efmltri.mStrong on-v-K eyiVesy a rusa
h6 p'stofttoe here hase reteive d a nhaeC,' ':
ialioattomp asraiilway pots's lerk, log bueimakse g t re lN-e r, u eaydo.ir A ] ts 'FO lor d a i. d esry Clyade StAndhus -River 1pi.ae.

sie t'-ow nake eh a t s hall t ai n o t.es. Stopping a, P alatka. Astor, :. Fran ist, Beren.oi, ((I xd) azm,&Intermed B

fee he mn '' L e e foot C atherine
ba cit y,. a nd w h /lo h is fri eu d s i b e th ch it .e rbine ,' b y'f m e y, J a e k I tngle F lo rid a l, a n v l e . T u esd a ys an d 5a a s p m
Vi,066- r is-am plqyed e a t .. bualarla) -out oftie zt.rb t n-g ee-ts-fr 'we--,.- -ree
--; .. _d 1 .1._._. . l e 4 r e R a t s.. A$..e,
_tl o n ie h a s b e n *t o s h oe r a a n d 7 e ,r aLra t h f rm n 1 2 t o 2p W- S uri t e en s ,

'7 i0 t -6f rje.W.. Blarrhi4 tsmate. asee5* sepg a... .
.t%cit od~le e~it e. do b,11. 41 los

i HINTS TO TWO O'A'r ',t hicha is palatablee, pleasant to ta
e..isted. IJI PAO-llll 1

S O OTI ntions o- blu apitals (Realhloetro.aUe.. t. :t"0 i Iion to act gently,.bt
btui",1 by the gu4dhWst#. in th#e si"lvP hl a eK-.he h06thMo -s M: L
UrgI. a th ier l -WS& an; man iX t ".' bly, oe sn t entiretsystem o
Tells tke Planters ti.,, tlo,,. is a0 me t'C ofwat O ,h a m tlcine i, Mozley's Le to
oGet Good ,esults. ,,' >,-ws cal led Bethesda, but this Wa* i t tmoi tonic, acceptable to Ihe
thingiorr.o th. ah l. lfl aewir 1 ach,. End act thoroughly upon theZ
:"'-: + " the neighborhood of, prlni "i eys W-thont the slightest u*
'HE ON MUST BE SUNNED' posed to have heling propertld WiIt the slight t
,i SAer---ording to I .Locky ("Hlitatory. Of Eur l o S.tl bIW 'at 8 d I IN0C Ca 5 lttle,
liAlsio Has a Great -Deal to peI"" Morals-. the frt hp ta fWW' ON OT D OPS, with- M ozIey
i 0th Quality of the Staple. bItl. about the fourldh entryry, t Ol t q ln h oltdfI, sor10 throat Le m n
lnt 4 Ottoned to Secure Proper Rmnne. Soont ahter another hrNpittl wLe on, bOO.8 a bottle.
nnigft'The other by St. Basil at Osar.a. During. .. Elixi
!r th. informationn of readers of tle ci.usides numerous hOspital, arose : .
he S t' ate emqgaged in the ocu- in alll parts of Europe. -an Spiritu, "mot
pt(on. fmrmitg, Jas. Doig, inventor built by lwnoeent III., was erected In '
SshelelIed )of al, one of 1y04 at :ome. The Iftr hospitati n
uieaemeny in the State on England was built by,Lanfrane. arch- Al r
tto teer the following points shop of tlunterbury, in l1080. The 'U .
phig wiprfio ofovalueoto m oiyn: tirst hospital of tiy alse erecte n I
h op aso Amnericta ,:4s the Pentsylvanila hospt. (I ( oroor"portel04
tO season is about to tal in Philadelpha, begin n in 1751 by'
omme ll; -Ir4taw the attention of tr. Bond and btenjaminn Franklin..-- E VOYLE, M R,
tose-ate which is the farmer. Philadelphia Mtedtieal Journal.
"F;lai Alie.oton picked in the first Abstracts of Title and fl1l iformntttion furnished re ardinig lai(s in this
alrt.-f'day -tshould be slightly The t*"eror and to e Ma-darn. I n.county. Onh eso r has lived ai this Mounty ti rty years and
n Yhe pce in bin. Alli The favorite hor.-i of the (Chluea em- .- s uthorighly convetrsant wtlh lai titles.
eked'tt lifter part of bine dayI ppero Ts Xhaving died throughll negll-
Pc t t geneft o the part of the master of the
itWianedIt'fowing morning, so as to lir,'. thn, norori.n his rage would T "Q .
ive atlstidampnes as possible, as hiive rin that functionary through' l
the Ootton p t up damp will change to with his sw-ord. Mandariri Yontal, FIRE, AOO1IDINT, AB0,4Gl: RY AND INDEMNITY INSURANCE,. Itlro-
Sblue oolot, which is detrimental and however, parried the blow, saying: senting'i number of promnllent Ahmriealt and Enilhih lcolipenieli,
fa the lale to a great extent. "Sire, this man is not yet convicted of REA ESTATE AND OITY LOANS,
Secot." hen tile farmer carries tli, crime for which lo deserves to dieo." 3 l._- _i . 1 ok.. 4; ..
his ottwt.O the winners hle should ::cll, lhei, tell hnim wat It ." _" -______-L "- -
r 'th, hginner should have his Ast.n, you woundrel," said the mtin-. -.W ,OW:- --- .-- ....
4 u ifthe gunner should have. his ,ist-r, "to an enumnertlon of -the crimes..
glna in te beat condition and of the which you havo committed. Plrat, you f
best gin that is made by practical inen I ave allowed a horse to perish which 0I ,sMAWcure con si action
who l had long experience and the enmperor has uItiul ated to your safe by agitatig the
l ta z 4the ginning of long staple keetplitg. Moreover, it is owing to you bowels, but regular action cannot be recurtd until the liver
cotton a4 y. The writer is aware tht our sovereIgn ibeenm so exasper- sec'etes enough bie to iake the Intestine
that after the farmer has done his ated that lie was on the polht of killing execute their natural tifctlons. Lfinnatl -
partthat bad ginning will ruin his cot- you with his owif hand. Lastly, it isa utal agitatilnauits bathartics, complex
*n ,tofhl .: ie ol grace himself in the eyes of everybody attLa k the mrauit.
h"Third.4+ The ginner should not at-by killing ii man for a horse."
iteiinpttiopi damp or wet cotton, for "Let hiin o," interrupted the .em- .
it is Wje1i known, that, if you pack up poor. whlio 1m1(1lerstoodl thie lesson. "I acts On the
.aml int ';0ttpn it will change its pardon him." liver' cures Chll.
olord.A4 aldew and hurt the sale. and Pever, and every form of
Mlo it wit) orimp the lint while pass- Horste. of Celebrated Mte.. Maltrial, Billous, Remitting and Inter.
Ing iirab tho.gln and cause other It is ew l aly known that Ne- mitting Fevers, and, by( going to the itat of the
detit that will be injurious t Waterloo. troue, works permanent cure.
,"Fourth. No ginner should be al- thnt Wellington's charger in the same PIPTY CBNTS PBR BOTTLeB.
lowed to gin wet cotton or run his gin lbittlje was Copenhagen. The latter
at a high speed, as both are detri- lived to be twenty-seven yenrs old. For a by Johnson Bi os. (*ainesvlle
haeilntSl. TIhe remains of Marengo are preservedor by J
. A Worm Killer. in the Museu.in of the Unitel Services, ---- ---..-- .. --- ... .'.-- ,*, ..
. ,J. Montgomory, Puxieo, W\ayne London. D)o you romeimber the names -
s In nearly -till of the Wl)1rihngtoU -stt- Fits], PJ1]1 Alp F i
o have been bohered with s* the lnter of ll ,Country JO r D A N ,
iwb alll their lives. I tried every- resnmted as on horsebtack, but what is ACOINT" I
thi to relieve themn which failed the name of the apimal- he bestrides? TUB 0. O L BT
n ,t I u ed White's Cream Vermi- Itichard IIl. owned White Iurrey, and
flothefil Bttwo doses brou.htfour AN ,., ,o. ,,^ ^., ,^ AND Bs8 T cok INSURANCE
(nge; the first two dIses brought four t was for that siplendid animal that AN 8 CON
worm f oe of their, he ne two ed when be shouted. y kin
doe,r-twelve, one of them measuring 11 0"whnbe soutin. Al. P.NmS
twelve itchess; 'the other child was dom for a horse!" VWilliamtn III.'s -f
onl telleved of four worms. It is a vorite horse, sorrel, had one eye. Sa-
nmot ex talent medicine." Whiie's voy, tlhe black hom- of Charles VIII. PORTER BLOCK GAINESVILLE
CreamuVernlmifuge is good for children, of France. also Ihad olly one eye. tRTER BLO AIN VIL L
It n0OtO ly destroys worms, it helps the _, ..... .. .. ... .....- ...
child' to ierfeet growth, wards off sick- w1hen, Cailrll Pilnched ll* Vife.. -..................... ..... ..
ness8,W at Johnson Bros. A volume by the lute Anthony aBIl-ali.e 18S7. THE NEWS FHsRoM' REX. F.S^Troude, the. historian, tells thisr

Retsid.nt of East End Suggest Route notoriously bad term, te later d
'fO Road--Personal Notes. first; "Carlyle found a remembrance M
f or i-a--Pers N tf- +1"il t I Zo 5Ji% Ill

Rex, Aug. 19,-The farmers in this
section *w\very much distressed over
;he re'glar r8*ses, as some have not fIn-
ished gihering their fodder.
Miri D0. Godwin has been quite ill
for twodays. We earnestly hope for
her speedy recovery. .
. RBirTownsend'of Wauchula was in
our midst Sunday. He says without a
doub. .Bouth Florida is the garden
spot .. .
Ri. R., lmond has been an a bueinees
trip to. jand Grove, but has returned.
Quite a number from here visited
Magneaia Springs Sunday evening.
M.rs ,".D. Teeter and daughters are
at. home after an extended visit
throogbhat Maryland. -
The apple in this part of the county
have tot.had any thing to say about the
buildipgof the rook road thus far. for
the we didn't know what had
been de.tlded a5to the route. We, the
Rez, Hawthorn and Camprille people,
waMnt to say thit we do not> want the
roadto be bailts out through the Eng-
Olih roOy We wank it ito conmejrom
Ea4& OGi V4tlle out to the Prairie
ere" gote, for the r&be on that we.
and I fatv rytbody i tihe East End.
go tat* iiy to OGalpesille, and it will
be laj-esni0ea iut olt7ery -one, and
it is sQ4i*: badly. 'this Is inot only
th~ *.w4 -4 tefW, baft It t oliveral.
01v4d ltk ras ,..tbeway 'we all
Ii t ;:l'a en-d Ow' .. -
"ied gatj a -o.iieS poollks. t drug
*0. .".e 'Dr. 0. B
^JO ii~ i^^-11^^t0 rred :





To any plee of 'tl* la
Alatehu county ft ilb4 ,
41 applltlen.


And all Mattetis 01e04irM
Ing the rednoapttot rf .umu .
a.ttl.e ttp|'eums pt "


Will stoi ..r l
yJeao A h-a, I ft Ri e .
tl6us-.t: Sa
;GE. W, MO


in iad4t4tl lt tfiw
have dgoidled t work a
bethtakUlk fhor ay" hn i
plwdid Is my iands.,
L.rl I4KlUIu41(I CO., (i
raterUe IL to 4 erse of .p0
+ll on me sisld Avest.igte
Asout for all klmd.
Iad Fireproof lto -.4



e iit of thasloueob< A M1i
her arms. A soon as hle would ollect ., ::: .
himself-ie put together 9- memoir oDr o a gm bu, ihs. bi, MI alrti P DA a son rorlelsa&PA
her, In wbhih with d.olitlertte courage Tre e lvSD of bCotl* oo0. itkm..ltebui doilM
be ntnsertd the IntnlnattuN0 pLM8th S tlielrst, ol la* | Al 0 oolll T oa
of her diary, the tiotH of ,thi ble m rks .. A M tllMlfftt Iii
anmotiln thben, and hle o ladd an .injunc- y A Fail AuIngts 1V04w
tion of his own tbat, however Mteth and X i ,i ttWi.
tragic that record might be. it wa -. -
ver to be denitt d." lf R lWATER COOLERS.
o 0 am*f r0 a REE Rs, pa
"teafnea in often chased by the,
now-." said a New York speclilt In THI rFRU &ITL 1 V ield ROUTl l
eye and ear d stbesn. 'There Is an In-
timate relation between the *ural and OF rPLORIDA. simm UA'nM wusu
nasal passage. You oRtaimes feetl Time Table oeftot July 6. 1908. B ND,
It when yoU are bathibln rad get your .. i a.
nose full of water. Then you wUl" fd .OOS'-iv-, kI U RtA"A..
more dearfnes In- lolitiesM. where thit l.
mreldents are aubject to catr'Ub.h In the jD|y MNo. 4... too 2.No* 1 8 17.
training. attendant on b-Kwlan the 5i4O; D &l y D1'. VTATION10 DelZy. uy Ue UW
nose persna s tretch the, eardrum. Sunday ftR .0Z)^iaAn.l |'A*
SomLtrlnies they buret thi eMlnbra.ie. MA
I have handed many case oft asort. kA)AQ t

a A r80. K A ..... C '' lE, .... p l
Mias tb1tI,-a long time ean ,...
d ter *Iitr oWie Uwe for the n :. : ..you ng
lady's'A.i eNrae* .va "W.r'W" 4. $. ^, 4 R0.x., 0 A
added. With a lau "rWhapi. se is .. ..
a.aking Op er n.d whether to- ***. .... 1
me or not." ,t .... 4+
No." said use senvt. witi 46 ass
u *ntie; "it It n t n4 1 i z i .. r i -
,P4" t.,0is It-.
about, 110301l4 310.
uiw Wuwvinestmn-Abhett our w *A
I dk*9i Six 1111Wi ,.-.,
d-i- t~ ~Ibyattin a t youw .. 0.- ...1 ,; mo. z p 1





ft.. --ft "iiu^Si l

firt o"eeBBli.6tt tai,

Abstract of t


P Ba0ior Qt0, 0are .se0

ho' g ate tously dde,
is papetlone ofha

S sfr all onorhed, andpr
$4 rnd 4%vitedus. 'i Pr

Sro ~d ~ thahe neat-
%'A! .M 4 ? n,' ,in tll e to 'get'heic
$f a western connection that

Aolo W .04i"a oiAThe :elargea
-7 a
S ebIt ci, ta bis bthotss. 40hotlher I, that

tareekst heavy deotie hn the Pa prte

Sth- VigIna.aoln Chemical

~ie4 t.Ole' ha. bok fwe e t oe deal. The
` 4 teerest othe tariis to othe r Vg ,ini

-" k ilk rfa la? ola w a re
ortidnl in,. O earsto!B uba j h base id enly
totto' thoe perayboomeems'to be die..
S ned ou litthe p iba tbhe net twelvent
Sofnthes there& winllt ,e o s heil r se i

SAt section .t rs cons ldaono, fnt e-
i* mthsa 'a, no nrk the pr d fe tn, '

e Thta4 following item0ais e a ofew of th

Vol.t. t. ans;.olitioal onathots l wa oappeaedt.
." iwothela ti u of the o tlatka TteB'
it Yi.l, pa foj the et*ldhe
Wtl i4 iot should tend ti The Uolloway boom seems to be di8-
oersy irri:th..rt- erniblerwith the faked eye, in spite
irbei e0l|trbplof nrhea smoke arispian rom, other pin
lUoi 4tel. m a teof gat That 'Ooala gentleman whois already
4s pln ased 1. orgainising Hearst clubsr has evidently
It4~i 6 'b oy ib t ion, tked out the public job he wants.e
u W ,; les to.thea Just because thie longest pole knocks
S h will k down the persimmon is no reason: why
ih e- oon a. t Tall Oppress" wiUll lnd"ao t
eIt$s,_h%.emeI. I aressto.oal plum.
*(l l1 o(bt 1Whor the andidate Brown being a rackoet
I l0 a w p r torn man, 'no one shou'ld.be surprised
hlrt n4wl $gamiR he oat'ob U '0o learn that he Intends to work the
old anticorporation.racket" for all it.
: ; oveIoIm' worth.
a My whih has been if Judge Doggett of Jacksonville
ot '3r. Forbes in thei- re- enters the race for attorney-general,
, (9t*0rbeip L coitr.vehsy, nmorethan one aspirant for that place
io the jsiatement tbh t will be tempted to say worse things
40Is to be settled 'ot of than "doggett all.",
t w'ohaving agreed to set- 'One thing fortunate about the fac-
Iteihtp.cest by airbitration. tonal fght to be waged in this State'
sayis the trouble would, have In 1904, is that no one will endeavor to
.edw toshs ,ag.o but for the dramatize it. Nothing is so*bad but
harping' of a few persons what it could be worse. ,
l1-iitn big money out of t-
lfmortuni 'm o o100 oReward, 4100.
The readerA of this paper will be
a hah News i of the opinion pleated to learn that there is at least
io judge hk4 euntioubtedly onie 'readed disease that scielee has
. Aonwote 'ces hiiai- I.beenable to cure in all Its stages and
4* f ot eoure, that thete are that Is Oatarrh. lT 'ak 'atarrh Cure
age in that olty-by ruling Is the only positive ure'ow known to
umbrella, whteh s leftt Aloie, the medical frateriulty. Catarrh boing
iay dltuguishing iark upon W constitutional disease, requires a con-
Sl*oi property, iand that the et Utloihal treatment,. Hall' Ca.arrh
-On of t lts not l*arqony. The Oure Is taken internally, acting direct-.
me' however, has ntroly af.. y ipo the blood and mucous surface,
of. the-ftem. therlpeby dstroyin, the
Mgany proons have ,elo t he -hdiaeaseh asin gtvine
ron fW a time beyond the 0 klentstrenagtfhby building up tho
fnpory of -man 'ruanith not 1o9tilul.o aMd asitng nature in

yet ,ago nineteen deer were
private. park of morerI
;'ise r-tuo otburg, Pa..
i. WVortblingtosn Since then
164.i eer hav. boon killed in
Iy hunters. Themre Are now
emt in the bpeploeure, Mr.
twtgn now propoiMs t46 let down
Sand to -per0it4- th deer .to.
Awy idnto the w's 4 :i they
The neighboring farma.e are
Iag, tearing damagee to their
whtih aulsee the Savannah
o remark thai thre tilt bet
i velso n nmany Strondsburg
fre geat-whiie.. ,-I

okonville Metropols is: right
W that in. trying to oon
a another thker a no naIAex of
hittisxrem or Induling in reok*
thissr or billlnegate. Our
ltigest ad a reaonltng
6 tay influence their
tto* io a *a .

doing Its wors.. The proprietors hIave
ooinueoih ti n its curative powers,
.has they olfer Onte Hundred Dollars
for any Casn that falls to ure. Send
or Halt of testimonlala.
A Address, F; J. OInIWiNx Co.;
S .Toledo, 0.
Sold by all rufgtfst, 7o .
Hall's Faintly Pil are the best.
The Pinsaeola Joiurnal says a duel
wa fought in Havana the other d.ay,
tMth btant eh ring three shots
Without doinR any. damage. Aft
ihunO r had been saaisfld an lnv atiga.
tion dlteoeed the itoet that both re-
voilver had been loaded with wax bul)
ila, T'his method of dueling ought to
o mmend' Itelt to the blod-thirsty
'wihenohmn. "
S'la4i 4ohnscin m&evy Yurned.
Mih :ethe Jeohnaon burned her hand
iler merelyy and applled lanAeer
.wi.. h topped -... .O.rad
healed thC birni qulekly u- Ml.s Job.-
|tew a r Sal. u otre outs,

. ; < .tti. .t-. . . :
-t i be s i "
Par .&I4041M


L Qffu usexlled pa ngeir service.
Modern train n arlylg Pullman sleep-
.* p~4Moslitea he, free rnelinin#
aaa&e" aind orUitr ctee. The
i +:+':+: +i : ,+:L:+ -+,:+

olew aleer or Aforgot.iel
_0e Atl this tiie o oft n
' fe-' rtyi.P- grow th ws, at 4 ane

RteilS Oreare

Wleoever a ,oSe or ua eris geltw a eeabl sle yei nt be sure
something iV radically wrong with yu d oe tt r poison
that has en h b there for years, rn1 art itself,
it,~and bleak oft eand 'ines abd u lcer yed iA! itp Z.: f-ning of
Canderi. e Vitee o old, sores ar uooted the'b, an i l, soaps,
a et. kee the surface clean, they are nt hig. blood
al e Mediicinetp. ui iy 4arew 'gtheit the polued blood
S.and a tonic. to build up te genea ga iPyen is what
Sis needed, and S.S.i just iuch a '.medy. ,No
s .poison is so powerful' and 3o1 0 g ,o deadly
S that this great vegetable blood renae not reach
it, and olcer: of every kind quickly yield'to its w0nWerft Aive prop.
ertij. If you hl4ve an old sore or ulcer, w4ite us all about it and medi-.
cal advic or an~y iAFormion you mIy desire will be- iW y ourphysi-
ciais without charge. ; $1WFIFT SPr OI7IC CO., At?. iTA GA,

'FIorida ECEast aRy. I
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^E3ArI;*l ;lh. 'io .blews

"A'M',' th lawn' "li Bhll",",
t itnoieor wiI sleeping~ I
'W^ 0 weekly: han-out t4'* gto.e
bith, #:.groeit the mil-li and
lker, aU thi. tle iri baly.Wofrt
'before *1 < home bn hq"r. dHsitde
i I;if ': anAd keeps: 'th rent
pa.id' if there is a "noise in
thbe' 'ull adid' f's kicked In the
baek a'4 ARide to godoi4wnstairs to-hnd
tte ^ rli and 'kill 'him.,. Mother
darz4l 'tlgQoks, but dad bought the
so41 s te rst placeandthe needles
*ani l the afteatrrd Mother puts
up the I Well ,a4 bought it.allr
And ait sugar cti't like the very
tiseiefIc Da buys the. chickens .for
the n.Str 45$nner, carves them him-
.self a4 ,awq .the knek from, the
ruIin le every one' else is erred.
"Wh tloe witout a nmther?"
'Ves;h id ll right, but what is h9me
wifthaC(tgoer? Ten chances to one
iit if.oa tg-houlg e, father is under
a slab,J |4 the landlady' is a .widow.
ad, r4#e's to youI Ybu've got your
faultt-ypu may have lots of them-,
but i34 "., k., and we'll intis- ou
when yo, are gone,

SHay Fever Season Here.
Victine pt this annoying disease will
experiencehgreat benefit by taking l'o-
ley's alfoey a'nd Tar, as it stops difli-
cult breathing inimediately and healS
the inflamed air passages, and even if
it should fail to cure you It will give
instant relief .- Remember the name,
Foley's Boney and Tar. Sold by J.
W. MCOolliam & Co
S 't 'o Tiuth In Report.
Pelgrade, Ser'via, August 19.-Thera
.s )no truth in the report circulated in
the Unite agency that the, Russian vice 'coniil.
at Monasutir' Dr.- Maideletram, ho
sueee.ded the murdered Odnsul tflot.
kovskl, Pa4 been hot near Monattfr.
Cured Paralysis.
W. Baily, P. 0, True, Texas, writes;
"'My wife had bedsn offering five years
with parAlysis tIn her arm, when I was
persuaded to use,.Ballard's Snow Lini-
menit, which o ired her all right. .I
have also used: it for old sores, frost
bites, and skin eruptions. It does the
work." 25o, e and $1i.00 bottle at
Johnson Bros. "

OfIers VeryLow IAtes on FollowingDates
'Colonist Ticlket to California, Utah.
Nevada, New Mexico, Arikona. Colo-
rtido. Orewon, Wihbhiagton. Montana.
Idaho, Wyomlz.g, on sale until June I5. '
St. Louis and Return
June loIH-7.,boo tpretur uintll June .Mth
San Francisco, Los Angeles and
National Eneaminent (l. A. R. -llk-
ets on sale JtulV31 to August 13. Good
to return until Ootti 15i.
Denver, Col., -and Return
On tale June 0'lto July 9th. Good tore-
turn itntl Au t, lIt
throush"ulUmann sleei*ngt ohr daily between
IJ.ckiIvli4e, a1on. At ilta httan
^oshvult and IS. F fa f recUnin obhair
ear bOiwqen NibW.le arid St. Louds. and
through Puman. sieeplin car dally between
Nahvlle amn Chlosgo. Thlis i the only double
traOk line bhtcweA Cbhoico and the Ohio
RIver. Frrr ll pirtloular, iotketi and ptipbh-
let, address
bo. 1 Brown Btdl*, Atlanta, 4.
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Fine Wines, Liquors andBeer.

Bottle Beer a Specialty.
attenti on' Shipment
Write for prices.

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uthor Under Nom de
Jofi Arp Very Low.

Sh0 Has Written Interesting-
6. Years and Lectured to
is Dangerously Ill-Was a
Pa,': tsAn~m6ng Southerners.
.ItfJfon reached this city last
ini( opl. Smith, better known
*frg teiary standpoint ais 11ill Arp,
j Bd..... l ill at his hom e in Car-
hie ;sag)ge, came to W. N1. Higdo
of, tb:,t l o close personal friend of
the atai l "Col. Smith, and stated
that l*th edition of the author and
leeitur: criticalc, and that ihe was,
no ieoted .to-live until mrning. l-ice
waYS \ it6isoioUs at the time the
SmesOsAgkiefled, and had bet o, in that
conditin'fl6i'r several hours.
No Wilter or lecturer in tihe
Soa:h / s : better or more favor-
ably now1 than Col. Smith. Hisia lit-
Orary w $r,, Whic h was always regard-
edas alit ng the best in the United
State, "itm been published under copy-
right etZ'. the ,past ten tyvars, and
Swas.We l appreciated by theo high-
est ;'i ~tnt for tits refined iu- -
mr. BIS4etral years ago this work
brouhti flm into'proniinenite, and he
leigne4~l a lecturer, working under
lyce m abupices. The announcement,
of ,is appearance never failed to draw
large etowds, and no person ever heard
Bll Arip nd left without the most
flattering. praise of his oratorical work.
,The ciy editor of The Sun at one
time had a personal experience with
Col. Smith which he will never forget,
and whiefi thelfamous orator later eim-
boi14M.-phis; regular epitoneo of talks.
It WiaS on the train between Lake City
and- I4ve Oak. The city editor, who
,win Btth~at time strugglingfor an ex-
iist ge etby soliciting orders on the
i O h.ab0rdeid the train at Welborn
1t" hard, morning's work. He eoi-
tit l 0oker, where he sat leit*-
r lys l*okling and wondering what the
prospects would be for the remainder
of the 4ay.
there was in the smoker, the only
other ,occupant, an elderly gentleman
of riaor fine appearance, possessed of
a most affable disposition. lHe en-
gaged the city editor in conversation,
whieh finally resulted in the query as
to wheree the gentleman resided.
"1 live at Cartersville, Gn., was the
ready response to the question as to
his home..
"Well, you are from a famous town."
replied the. city editor. "Sam Jones
hasmnade Oartersville famous."
ye replied t he ed genIlan,
"and-If you reniember,, Bill Arp is almo
hailing fom that town. What do you
tlink ,'ilil Arp's work?"
"Well,?' replied the city editor, who
mus t admit that he felt a little in-
flated, .having been asked to express*
an Spijion upon the writings of one,
whoi tad become so famous, "to be
fran.1t, don't like his work, for there's
nothig'inLit.lt1 think he's gota regu-
Iir tikich on ,pep(>le who don't know
good sWuff-he tries to be funny, but,
he's.it'ad failure."
lThieoMgentlelan agreed with thi,,
cl.t$ edltQi,:with a smile, and freslh
eitars were lighted. The eonversatioi
Pisd Oa to another subject. when in
a f.iu'imoanintuthe conductor cane in
ai4 idirtd ed the geitlemnan as "Col.
Saith, better known as Itill A rp "
-tis needless to relate the tn bar-
rlSg g gIttu9!tion of the moment t. Suf-
flee t toissiy, the famous lecturer was
en o uie to High Springs to deliver a
leetvit ,I twws neeeeasty to lay over
hi:liiq.. ak several hoers between,
t itlibi eitioi t ai)boutt 6t in cigars.'

46l. 8mtintlook the matter good-na-1

iuia ,."IKba hlartily at the
Ulm. wast year
wr ahywtuw.ey met between
S rF.afk, .wherSe Col.
e leaturi and he in.
.*^ l iBthe -joke

i'i b Mecehi ti Will
Aift. This, Atnoon..
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11la ii,n w#

Cteh Powr' Trial. ^
Powers resulnig1 ^rtheOi owitx I
hco enowu od court aw 9 o'e t k.
convenipg of coart at -9 ''cIok. *
driftod lato argument in .l l ane5 is
as pn yesterday tortenoon aUB1 wasr e
rimandeg by the court tor 4olB9.eo
He continued in his 4nitI of all iB
cTimlnattng convere~tlons, told by thjj,
COmmonwieoalth wit, -.. -a., _i

-......... "uele ai iaftrea
closely to the story he Arrst tad tlhre'
y. r. ago. He deolted that he ever
sugg e ted to Frank Ctell that fe. (Ce.
ci!) secure some one to kill Goebel 'or
that he ever Introdueed Cecil to Tay*
lor for any such purpose. He denied
that at the time he left Pranktort on
the niorning -of the shooting he knew
that Goebel was to be assasalnated. 1 ,
Ball he never conspirdd with any one0
to kill Goebel.
Duped Their Emoloyer.
,Chicago. August 19.-William Kaut
mann, his nephew, were arrested last
Bight. charged with embezzling $2,f0t
and with taking goods valued at $1,700
fromn Isaac. Leopold. a wholesale mer.
chant at lHouston, Tex. ILeopolW, .11
is said, engaged the men to travel ad.
salesman. giving them a consignment-
of goods aind money for expenses.
The Kaufmanns, It is alleged, sold part,
of the goods, then shipped the remain.
der to Chicago, where they disposed
of them to second haAd dealers using
the proceeds to buy a saloon.
Order 94 Scottlsh Clani.
Toledo, 0., August 19.-The, twenty.
first convention of the Order of Scot.
tish clans of the United Statea and:
Canada, began here, today and will
continue until Friday night. The or
der meets biennially. Delegates arai
present from every state in tho union,
and from as far away as Halifax. It)
is expected that some amendments
will be made to the constitution and
Formal Opening of Stock Yards.
Pittsburg, August 19.--The new rail.
road stock yards which have just been;
completed at a cost of more than
$8,00,0,000 will be formally opened on
Monday, Sept. 7. with A. J. Oaasatt,
president of the Pennsylvania rallro&4,
as the guest of honor.
Ada Cotton Mill Sold.
Charlotte, N. C., August 19.--Tbh
Ada cotton mill was sold at noon to'
day under a court order to satiety
debts aggregating $66,600 and was
purchased by J. H. Weddington, one ol
the stockholders, for 162,500. Trl
company wai capitalized at $128,000,,
and the plant originally cost $16,000.
The Only UDffereneQ.
"De difference between de man dat'a
figerip' on perpetual motion." said Un-
cle Ehen. "an' de man 4at's working' :a
systetn to beat do rnces Is dat de per-
petual motion man didn't hab no mon-
ey in de fus' place."-WashiUgton Star.


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Every' retail merbant most
have a tore as well ass stoek
'ad pay lmat or. Its equl5l3st.
He linut bay beat. lUglhtL er'le
trax-ports to. potaig-,ia fact.,
a best of thlngs. He e*u6ft gut
Salong wltboot t'em They asm
, somet.am* e*lWl. the -fx
cetreg" of ti. b'tWO. ibut
Sba tviig all t*1 l em p 0p4M 40

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S\ llit. good clot.ltlls.

( t>ftl' r to Partticular Min,i taiioviille FFl .

histrimct ion .' fth or wt r
All n1 il, Av ho wih lto dr ll ,
weltl will go unhtsnitaltiigly to
MA i.US EINDE... .

N. ,'-.'Mar uslE'rfdeCl Csll tht.- fttntsipm "hicst-C.oIthlig-ing-tle i
World," mante by Schloss Broi. (;o of Hal minore.

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9. 8. MERGHANT & 0,.
Retailer and Jobbers in

Staple and Fanoy Groceris,
*rain, .tSarden. Swti4 atd Fvrllhzor.,
i igb9 i market jprive paid for Ohieken,. EgMO Ona other Pr wtm "

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liest piano fort thls tryin ouiate. ilKA
tune loKtger than other otruiet '
beat miaterhtl., and m ot art il0 i .c
worknanlistip obtinitble,
U:p to sltti in every ., ;,'
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wthott a little ittre. ;,
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*'bt vtn
rroin Wblop tl ~n~

#d: een -*Mlsphig P( s
5,. Aagust ;./-flbert
at the home' $t t'i
lhewWs iat.e. A that

who -:s. bw.a, )j.( f
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A ru.. n wfii4. 0e. woa
r .rovtina .aclothee:

b 1~e fhtid'.sP4 ise ,auP Jate

^,-* s. w p loe:s:t.-a ;
PA^>Hd threagh the ialand
;eJ oto. toh we. Bllea
.' s. iwa: believed to

S a 4, or lm wtotb 1
U llte ;1 lh,-ird t4
Mlta robot laA edre
(NN'^> peatWtt Iltg et he. i

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t.lOs haiodal. hand t=brt l'si
t Incont.prehe:lble. * *

difflth Shot nr Ktilled by Ji

4' hh. Pope. ; l .' l
t ver of Bu county, wa hot
H Moitday afternoon at Mtdhviee
e t. Georgia, by . L Pop.

ia while In the act of T
oi'ver was shot by sose bu
^' ... ... .t is si4 taat the tw"
f c"tried Worm.ver Ice fx

1 W hMonday arriorE .s 1 0
hle last tin and both opnd
1. tihe forst mashoR tr Popit
'" p dtoreclved a wound,
0 w^icob be died shortly afterward.
dmatn wer ptofithe-tt rmers.
Shfiuix hha Ittg *lce heei pie

i*. a they wer trahve Bme V thai
l aO.f Awhri .ut .-ill b l
^ ha r had In hang e tl
kak o'n th Warrior SottthT rsIl
Soic jutia to-.l et i. t le

';wh'l d blurting toh oeftVo atlat
+tan borm. o a wou,, du o.
,tl formatian to $aOcb @1
.wl tfo~red a reward ot (d.
'esnahiner of the body, bat It
ght that the heavy bIat*t8
istety ,astroyed the same.
rty -for Atsnitta, taktnr th
ueinfm.eo He experts to tk4
SIjoula during the exxioatto.e
it will be- placed en exhbftlaw
^t^ ayers ftesumA Work.

ffle6.'^Ua~dworks todey Theeq

*a see s' esKP WIy h$r' ,wit
-14 t tdg.'.V : d. U-
,ri. ) $esf ot 4. i; vI.M-
j otronis ho40 for a
Xf 1 t Smers ihtlyz'~ sp1preelate
4` o Vtt b g put in at

5(0,000 barrels of pr per moath.
;Iwoh thqqr propose to w ure
S'.anly time :f yea'.r s .wai s it
Anp Mbe doMS e il the, lrge packing
hses of the West. Op of the great.
*pt tirawbc.ks tp -.r farmers raflng
afle sto ad large bogi like they do
yorth'a < e l'a.,be ty of .curing thiip it. This 'barrier
out of the way 4*4 hog raising being
6so iih mere pwoab e thatn cotton
growing, It i -t' bp r o. 6ped- tho-atU r-
farmer will improve the opportunity
thu off lred ,. .
Prof .GulIllaanl In'TanMpa.
Prof. J. M Ooillamt, the popular
and able president ot the laet Florida
S99Minsryi, 10 .the city. ior"Wtew daOy
ip th tautei'est of that progirepilve and
drawing inpttption. Prof. Guilliam
(. in tt sing euetorS. in the
State and 5 tnflexien heh : 'been very
peoeptitble III the East Florida Semi-
y@ tn:eioe opteo* ,tb prealderwy
The hool is fa't. gI wing In. -favor'
thbrotigui t e -tte, .and oWi*e 4o
iipri so than. in 'a,.p. 'Prof. Gull.
ltail is being.aecorded a very enthu-
itiatlo weoomne and ,h has the asrur-
ano. of. t mueh larger attendance from
thif point than ever heretofore.-Tam-
-a Tribunie, .
Summer Tourlst VRates Via Atlantic
oe', 'n Ot e. "V
" Tickets are oina ile via the ibove
popular route to~theyprinoipal summer
resorts throughout the country. Tick-'
't4 are good returning until October
8ist, 1908, and liberal stop.ov'er. privi.
lep s are allowed. ,
o? Phllman reservations, rates eteo:,
se 6tI kst agent, or write Frank 0.
Oi-oi omnlercial' Agent, 188 W.
treet, Jaok.onv.lle, Fi .

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I Expense are moderate. Instruction and dis-
Sipliie not surpassed in the South.# '
SExcellent accommodations for young ladies.
gParents may send their .daughters to the Semi-
nary knowing that they will receive the very
: best of care.
Male students will be under strict military
discipline. All students are taught 'regularity
and prompt obedience to authority. Idleness will
not be permitted.
I A nuber of courses are sustained. All are
l thoroughly practical Nearly all of our Commer-
cial and Shorthand graduates have excellent
Faculty of ten able instructors. Each a spec-
it. No school in the United States his a better
e. tre-ordtthant-ast'ar ida Seminary.
t H rn, of theU. S. says of the Seni-
y: The discipine appears to be perfect."

: :'.TUITION FREE. For iatalc

"J- 1Ml. Gu--laxs

guess address
S ,p *t +.
.+ ...iffi:.r:'. .*"

Wnea i ni4 tW* for L.tet
Php.i4 ,pt.a 14.e i- .!.a ..

blal1;' r^ed Lit a ye 4metl. o 12 (per
sous *464 "uury o .early
,b"t t tnesasga hav4 been 'iub,
pea b d the kroner's w try snd will,
be ep na~tp': Iln at effort to ,flx th
"esponal$4ibt? for the a ident t Ofiug.
A -No .go ti" b ae e plat ; re4t
At40 local Usti na' a e'e, teak m .sid
tie disie 'and none wtII be played
On the attinnl griotd a until the
blepiere 't praeticsly bt p rebuilt.
.iv6rnor ~errel. Signs Many Bills..
iAtlAnuta, ta, August 19.--3overnor
:Terreil 'tpet a bsy day reading and
S "s ip Xtbls: yeaterd4ay. He still has
t'ay for i.i' work, the attorney gen.
eral haviL tuled that for the purpo(ee
Of sighing bl.lt Sunday is a dies non.
yiie Dore ltgiport~ip~ bills to whicb,
4tb gavarnor. ,flxed his signature yes
terday were the convict blil, the va,
'gpcy blU, (ha state board of health
.bill, the 't. 1ois8 exposition appro,
r'pripdon .ilo i'the' bill, known as the
"merchandise l rll" to protect wholesale
deaer'a. and the bill allowing the gbv,
erngr to nam : two Instead of one State
deposItored in citiess and towns of a
population of more than 6,500.
Old' Publisher Dead.
Philadelphia, August 10,-Mosee
Pollocl, said to be the oldest pubMlh,,
.er,; and boqokeller In the United States,
Is dead at his honie here. He was
born In 1817 and spent 72 years in
the book,'ueslness. Iost of th great.
Amnerlcan' libraries were indebted to
hig collections.
S Accident to Torpedo eBot.
S.Oyetei'r Bay,. L. I., August 19.---The
'torpedoo boat destroyer D)e'atur, which
met With an accident yesterday be,
tfore the naval 'review, and was unable
to take part tn the maneuvers, left
here for the Brooklyn navy yard to-
day. T'e accident It Is .understood
waCtas a Bd by strlklng s~ome obstruct.
tion her propeller blades twisted and
seg damage being, sustained amid.
h aIpbut she is not thought to be so-
rbmsiy damfged.
For Over Sixty Years
Mrs. WinploW's Soothing Syrup has
been used by cldlren while teething.
It soothes the child, softens the gums,
fllays pains, cures wind colic; and
Is. the best remedy for diarrhoea.
Twenty-flve cents a bottle. Sold by
1a druggists throughout the world.





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Jacksonville's Finest
DODGE & CULLENS, Owners and Pr rete

Gai nesville Gas & EectrIC L g
Wl u u...tratfor all of your E, dtdi&.r .


. .

Is backed by more tham a million
dollars of Florida capital.
It cures Indigestion .and Stomaack ,
It is a pleasant Tonic; give .appe
tite and strengthens the systenm.
If your Druggist does not I an.dl
it, write to the manufacturers. .Cure
or No Pay.
Jacksonville. Fla.
ote. -Tropical Pine-Apple. Tar
and Wine is made from the juice of
the Florida Pine-Ap le, Pir Tar
and Grape Wine, and is absolutely
pure and a true tonic.-Ed.]

i S

fneral Decline at Open-
itocks Closed Short, '
successor to Fleming
ra in cptton, stocks ant
Fal-Upchurch build iig,
'la., who has private
Ork, Chicago and New
tes The Sun with thet

1 quotations for yeSterday:
1 f frk Cotton Market.
t'- LW Hig. Iw. lose
IA _. 12.30 12.25 i .-.
1 7 "L00 10.00 9 1 05 997
);. i. 9. 9.80 9.9 i. 7S
S*i9.70 *9.80 9 75 9 77
-8 9 7080 9.80 9.77 .0
Chicago Markets.
j ., pen. High. Lo tw. Close
We at I
8. V I 81I s

-, 4 .5 O

Sept,.. .12.55 12.52
-1P... ..12 2 3.(
IN00t. 7.87 7 S(o
Oct. .....50 7 12
Be ot ... 7.15 7.35
O' .O.,,.7.42 745
I.' New York Stock Market.
Open. High. Low. Close
8ugt<..117 117 116 .15
S.A 161. 87 ii 6t
I M1154 iir 1131I
Wk: -1M 15 .1l1.i .46:1
T. 47 47,1 4-P',; -147
St. ,.. .144% 145 -141 1-11 7
4 0fi W:lT 174 i .78, ly'.
OGW. 17 1714 1 tj ) t31 9
_16 P. o. 903-It 5):t 9 V.
E 107 -104" 1( ^

,; ,: ^yi0.1. 124 1 1' l
0,-..., 2 12514 121 124

T1r .28 28'4 2 t 2 0
* B 1-.v-28 24 12: P,< 21'.2
,- ,:..W... 76% 77 7 4 742

N. & W. e8 63 82'4 it
....... L I.,. .. 80 j 30'.B 3 27 27
.- ;8, .. 24 24. 22'4 22,
'. pfd 87Y 37 34.1 34H1

S .. 125 12514 123 123
Noon Bales 422,700. 7
One*Way Settlers' and Round-Trip
S. Home Seekers' Rates.
The Seaboard Air Line railway have
Arranged the following attractive rates
-to2Manatee, Braidentown, Ellenton and
Balidota. Fla:
', From Ohio River Gateways.
One-way settlers' tickets endorsed
second class, not good it parlor or
sleeping ears, to be sold lo all points
ottn' the U. S. & W. I.R. R. and S. S.
*00p line at rates based one-half of the
"firt-l1ass limited fare, ilus $2.00).
toketB will be sold oi the flt rst and
'hid Tuesdays of each montth, to and
nl0'ellding November 17th, 1903.
'OiOe seekers' excursion tickets to
S lsh, Ellenton, Palmeto, iraid en-
:tOi, Mantatee, Onieco and Sarasota
F(a rnoy stations), at one fare, plus
".'00, for the round trip. Tickets will
: i old on the first and third Tuesdays
oeitgeali month, to and including a No-
vtnber 17th, 1903, with final limit
Stwenty-one days from date of sale.
Tioketh will be good to stop-over ond
SSeaboard Air Line railway en route on
gOflig journey within lifteen-day
_. transit limit.
TOhe Seaooard Air Line railway

Shave issued some very attractive ad-
vrt liing matter, covering these rates,
w-,ildh is being distributed extensively
b". riOugh the North, East and North-
aIWt. _______________ -
-. Wealthy Widow Disappears.
Unfranciaco, Augusit 19. -Eallen
lCtIher. a wealthy widow, 65 yeafi olid,
l> t Laiwrence. Mass.. Jtrly 37. an4 had
lit bean beard from since, B t hil
hsaed ao as tiet fore oa snalme.sc
/ iall.the evidetic. of hbe aiuomerlts
h"e*tieaavIng home are the sttub wbhib
il< Utken np by the condueltor 'e
w'.eilad wbhih Indicate that si te oft
i* ~an Isomsewhere bvetr v Albtivr-

-la' l--lraci seo, AJ*iea -- wK

-fa ok 1e f, oM at Oaow
conn~erctaI ste eamsi cmuwess, the

to servie teas l5ie a. W
T iN. AN- t
*|l||;ir|'KW Of" IIKM h4
''*^'*''^^ ^:>l<;*^-'JkJM^ i ft *ft^w ^ *^^lR tf |k'
*''^i^^^'^B icl1'" j H W^ ^*^^^ ^*^c st-

They were almost ready to start
like a good husband, Mr. .8gmke~iat
ed patiently for h1i wife io put t
ishingII touched to her toilet Sh'e'-as
al istl tg her hat and took ,b hat ptn
r ran> a big cushion. Sudd6ily 'she ex-
'lU III el 'ti
"1 think .i'; a shame!'"
"Yes. t y dear," nervously assented
M r. Sin,,l. 'r. ,
"1' .tIan itte wy theoe writers say
t 'vroat. l,' ri> lad peuell u( a l

S'.. r,,. do situh things
-fiih ; -y r 7: :.,- at ,l I don't believe
a y ;\ i:. : ,>-, i .., (h writers allege,
I I ii ;'::t.:r nxtt.le when, I n Iatd
: tix o, : : o; in. ut 'if was so
.l ,. t y i tlh'.1 handle that
I v..: t t ii. si- es. when
I \v;t; n -i'i't ilhiil ani have no
llt 11li h 1 i ' tI n it ."
'"I' if" lh. '.-li: s \vwi-h p put o0nle-
tiliug triio in tlit, io isx.;A s wily doi't they
o t'< tli i: ;i \v, lheir w ivei '
linast vy I i rt '"y

d(ear." N.> I, v 'r'k '!'lii
llhfli V -le!n"a s'h 'vt lh W t,.
Onie ,f hit l t it..rni pth t ,ii a i;';r t liat
if lit 11:i1d. se rc.hl',tl l, .hi' L
the evalikgeltst John \\W esley wv (bll
hardly have found a \vliwain t re t ila-
sultahle thall she whoimi hIe toii.taril.
Slite tid iot evftiif oltfino hitiirl io tolir er.
tongue in i hr ittitliks. Mor t thaii olctt'
slit, lald violent luitilid on hiit I"Jlck."
saidJ .ohnhii iilIsll oI i t lo s1 s0oi. 1 wits
oli ono il the point o ci toinittling
iniurder. It wvIs when' I wiasi ll the
north of Iriland and I went Into a
roonx iinil found Mrs. W.leyo fomning
viith t'ury, ller husband was oin the
tioor, where she had 1)een trallingihlilm
by the hair of his hlad, and she her.
Fslf was still holding in her hand. Von-
era itl holoka which sho hal pluckedl out
by (lio roots. I felt." coltitllu.x laiimp-
sorn who wvas i giant of a mani, though
not tone of Weosle'y's warmeAt friends-
"I ftlt is though I could have knocked
thlit soul out of hlir."--Everybody's
Milgi zintl,.
ilooritsh Bat hs.
In Spain, while the Moors were in the
ascendency. luxurious hott baths were
established. They wert uied in con-
neethim with the religious rites of Is-
lani. lThe Islataltes were requi rd to
bthtio frtluetntly. The manner of
bathing was as follows.:
After iindressing, the bather ia wrap-
ped In a woolen coat, sandals are put
on And he walk. to the hot bath. After
a thorough hot bath all parts of the
body are rubbtd. The soles of the feet
are rubbed with pumilce stone, then the
body is anointed with oil and sprinkled
with perfumed powders.
When the Moors wero driven out of
Spain the first thing t" people did was
to l"etroy the Moorish bath houses.
This was done ltwtuse of religious
prejudice against the MoorC.
Three Crilous EplitaHsi.
In a cemetery near lDublin the fol-
lowing words appear on a tombstonew:
"lHere lies John tHurley, whone father
and mother died while on their wuy
home froni America. If they had lived
they would have been buried here."
Th, following epitaph adorns the
tomtPb of a gravedl.iggr In the Talbach
cemetery la the south of Wales:
* "Hurrah-- comrades, person is dead!
If he had lived ho would have buried
all of us."
Hlere In another curious epitaph
whlil-h was recently discovered; It
marks the grave of an tndefatlgable
smoker and contatlIs only the following
four words:
"My pipe is out."
t1r.mt.** t IMlmae ot lla Oammls.
.5In GrIant's estimate of the abtltltle of
the generals of the armlest, na57 an of-
fihr of Grsnt'a .taff In the NtIonal I
Magazine, I think it is cafe to sioy that
SBhruman stood first. For Jqhn A. Lo-
gan be perhaps entertained the warm-
eat peronal feelings. I for- thts brilliant older wa very pro-
ntouncd. General Tlomeus ae oamd-

eedl a afte naan and an tladomitabl s
fighter. bSherdan was one of his op-
ea I favorites. He coturdered tlis das b-
lug soldier almost Invincible.

Goodn sense s a1 t0 usd slowly and
poilnfuflly atc'imola.ted by t Ilabor of
centierls. It Is a jewet of- the firs
water, wbmwe value he aklome *nd.
tandb who has lost t. or woo otmsuv
the lrt Oe o ther who lTave lost It
er ma pftrt. I tis.n .o preem too great
to pay for gitntel It anM ketopf it.
for the poa om of ee tr hat e
a jidgemdet that discw tChi
WagIstl. _' '"___**__ :

w"w t a;s slaed s ot .' arewr i
y of BMMi, uIt mou* blwly wl-

.. ,i (' ; 5:.
OWMI, of' eredat*

L &

Ovth Z~atseaJ

WoPtJ-*iA andEAl derman)

-o to Orown sna Bridge work.


OruatBuBt1tre Ire UoDental Surgery
SeA. ltratu Now York City,
crow, s -ita'Wo e 0nG 1W BOti Ql4Cll* (IA DImVhlfl. PtA.
H '. vMPS.YI..
nO. N MadeNw.
Weo buy or all SuINrlture, or an oontraot
with you O lbthe .onulasilon it nslM. Patroniage
soolten 4d a s s u, al'lO i avs.

Jacksonville, P- lorlds
S --Viitthe-
The best fLquoM 64ii the city, ;rnter.
tainment every night at Hoof Garden

siitn atoInawnl
l _ltmtri* a. or ule lrmu'tlo
liii liltr 01 ln ftI lUbWIAO
*11110"-00.. Spi ti)*$l";irln.
n lar ,r( h l ou.
mavSlts by Drewigta.
I.r ient in plain wrappr,
L rlitlt #et outl OiU l4u

.X I I 1 >1 r > t lor
froe r. ', .,! i I t ltfi I.IK
Patw. RA. W _v f,', r'' ;f|uO
w^ ..i Ktt~-i^mfta .

<0Qpp,)ta U. -. Patent Oifc (

Wholesale and Retail


Four full quartsi old MItnoitram Whin- tL. 10
kety. expreot prepal t fo ....... . r .0
our full quartL it Murftand ye $ 20
Wl hker.,expreowpv ai), kd..,. $4.20
Four bottles Octasaleet Tencese $425
Hour M(asfh. express Irelpalid..... $4.25
&E AND f i 'RIlOC IS .
9W. F. SEBA.
109 W. Bay at. Jacksoiville, IFla.

Baypol t,iPla.
MitNS .. TAi"OR, Manager.

frerh and salt wa:* r fishing to be blid
in Floridal' Fresh amnd salt water bath-
ing to be had in a lirt distance from
heitel. rTake the i rain It H rookviille
nnd .drive over t< o lyport Iy private
eourvyahefe. 7-l_....u

It.. 11 NCi, VER, Prep.
corntr (rove. tt, (. y Ve* i eueist
tlMono i 0' ., leos s
O A IN, : .1iA.' -A,

oiLOICHO VPr'.sAs otAKM-* % id VliM
i'gIsits *V 'ry Xt5y. -

tU3 ereld o Al 0 art r 1 1 r;
' N .k.iigoao Ia rats


livery, Feed Sle Staes

WooS M *s wt l I!q

swill- beiboai

.- - -. -"'' .'
4 : ",

and the EAST. HOT SPRINGS. N. C.
The NORTH and WEST... n "Tmhe Sapphire Country."

orva All Teaina. .b. Moi L fl

OUMTRN RA WAT' a. PIStet PAS SO to Er Agents,
W. A. T.M P. T. U.. .H A
---W-W.. -, -! ."- :. -A,


Take The Atlantic C oast Lne


Dupont ii DUpol \Ant p.A0t 01ttp*iu i
or n or IUo Ull1 T t1 44*' 4
N oE q t.e ,,O,,, ,ll @
Jao.,'nviilal ( Jt akonvlte..,,,. m I U MAi4WO t .

Rapid Transit and Unsurpamsed Service
Time Table in.ieffeot May lt 8 :.'

SDepart For

3:40 p ni


ti ily

8:21 t n


High Sprknns and Inter-
'mediate Points
Ocala, Lees burgand Tam pa and
Initermedlatet" Ponsf

I *iW

Palatka, D)aytona, Jaukeonvtle, l',4
North. East and West
ItiMh 1iriigs, wafroll, H .avaunah, aU.ru"iNVO1, a:4
Albany. Atlanta. all Points North, Caist Wles
. .... "l"g", "aycr........v-nna".," v.ns.i+h,;I

Rochelul, lotantopy and C

itt's I *uM

$ "" it ...A W
8 i18ly u liuh HSpring;
ex., undy o/ '-*

Interohangeable Mileage Tioket, good over l8.018Wmlintao th1 prg p
olpal railways in, the Southern Stteso, are on sa4I h tlit fi -
Through P4hmanuloieo.r Poft Tans1pa to -No Al0 #s0 sAtjmuift i
Ulie also via Atlantic Coast Line and Southern lt ..
For Complete Infortwnatlon. oal on
J. A. OOODWIN, Tkike AitI, m00 v
PRANK 0C BOYILSTON, oIA 'lAt, 4TW. ., ,ri
I8$ W, fay WHa Aotor J1nhldin. JsoKblte ft).
It. M. IM TN, Tra. Mgr., ,. U i A.
Wilmingtol, N. O W




We will hip you, express prepaid- kl

4 full quarts, Hunt Cut..... .... .
4 full quarts Nelmo o .. .... ....... "vo '
4 full quarts Monogrm Mryland. ... .,:,
A full quawrts oiMlalm....s "4 ."....f
Sa-ll q-arts a -ntie D io b .''.." ..... "'
i il quarte u ting lub .... ....... miili:i
I fullati ,.,:
12 hllu q 'art Hanne 44" ... ., ... ;, .-"i^^^
1 funll quartsIocial ui.. .........' i
iu*w***. "uwfo *o g ra* )Ia-* *I*

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-%tw eek4 viIn*r" to o k

,ili.e guest of lt. Al.a
Sheff01l depatted for
urdatfa where h filled
o a tar n. v perops
I thil section, will mov' O to
iext week, ^We regret .to; loe

So p,** i**w Ye 4"7, Mir. t Ainardton, as he is onwe of the
W tI as g6Zh $htf/ Me T best se workers we. ave4 ) our
hweru aw,' *'s:.:;- !: i. ilng at one time been our
W J. '0 0dne o lt ii tsentatve 'to the School
' Iet t, 6 't les Boird metingand wa a very protmi-
4pot i k good a an4 l:a^teustal member of there
PI P . i n s x *o o. -
.d ii -str :MI.s M Zounice. Pinnell, teacher of
SAlo 8 the oper Sk hool visited her
M.e 4 ikm d )an-e !arnt Satpwday and returned to her
41 e B #Ie5 f ~ o a w Orke t-he4-Y orniW g e aceospanied.
4"" b e;:brothr, Wesley Pizineyl.
Goo V 4O 4t4 tilttst JealDk4iitd wife of Albion- a'sre
S4tbau a 4(west ,that, he will viltlrtg the former's parents, Mr and
I ~ l m to s W. ks: Mr.. Posdi 4,' representing Kohn,
t| t"-ro 1 Q with a4qurterr i at I rhgott -Co.. of Jacksonville, was
e I Usle Y T1il0t* fttef *lalt ie tobli :n toW Mp4ay Mr.' Ponds states
eie t*ne 9,! ypt tt ieaeay,. that hima4.e quite a heavy sale of dry
E0:it P tr ife ap6 A tal departed yesterday tIr goods to .ia J. Carter. Mr. Carter
aIg e vi, to ao. Vn ,buie ne W has the largest stoek of merchan-|
re nee h oolsal apacity s dse In our town,
ratn l.4 at, p t Sp ej $ of thq United Ste lad Mst u Circurstaanc.
'hd t L. Haughty of O .neWteras ple and sallow andcthe
t^ arrived i Sn the ltyye *18 rotan trip by A. 0. L. to St. other fies -nd rosy. Whence the
s Seabl, wher ustne ;Thuray,Aug. rain difference? She who is blushing with
.o.. for t.p. few .e s at 2:2I p, m., t~iom.,'1ekets good to health "se Dr i K'ing's New Life Pills
e.tt up to. and including Aug- thel organa they compel good di-
t ld st 2d t estion .ad head off constipation.
-- )4 ri^ 3 e .on antd family. have. re Try them. Only 25e at all druggists.
s. ;or s tutirni from a delightful outing" at
191 etn0pa e. Wort1hlgtton 0,Springs;." "*r. Oelon
l ias a' family departed reports a great inany people at this
rLR. LEl 8, 0, w01 e popularresrt jut now.
1l4th mests ouf relatives for hllthorpe .nd familyy of 3oth
jj. ( #y will probMaby visit OGainesville have gone on an extended e
oOh aw olla a6,lso b.fowre visit to their old .hme at Reese, Mich.
0;.1 0M00 to ith psvtan expe sieuoe .loco" '
aoleygj'i$ o.0 T V g moivagIneer and:'(i well know in
Al ii l a a g p i o g *h' i t a*pa d l r o0. a -
0.,"01ii 1940 "-kit
notiie/Lmpkln, colored damsel,
wble -~ml e Is~i of was .reted. yesterdayy by" ,Deputy
00013e 16rbon SeritfII lkson wflghting. 'She
OhrnoAX.* iiloMali Wlidh d near Co per's h mll, Noth
Herlong, t'he ,:mill man of tievilli The oCharge was made i y
wtas it viitor ;to hii'.ty ye Lo uity, of whom MAmie was pro.
Mr.' i Herlong has not b'en to j sending to make saoiage meat with a
-t'ileI several -w.eeks1 ank ex. ence rail.
,i{. ^ o Vbe ple ith .. .. :Outle.r, formerly, of. this eity
ti. oftlogress ofthe els but now of ocala and DmUinellown IT
4(10 01 arHrved in thq oy the -y.' Mr. Ot!tr IS snoeisfully
4laYItoy i ro La Butler, register^. eggBed 'in the. loe manufacturing
t !he arown Horu.He.w .o titase, and has ..plants at Daun-
teompilerr oft the Alachua countyy nellots .Dade Olty and Lakeland. His
E ^ Stou thern Industr ,, recently frndsI will be glad at the information .
si4 'tiwhiioh was a very red that'he is dolngl ell.
iptne.' For Sale or 2t nt.--Grotto:Bar and
a.b.'" w h iw' t r:: -:. e^ote, o ote l.. Shh p~pt Stro on Earth.
14".k*! In blh iPas tner...Terms reason.
as l Gaeav.Illme tro lh- h.me able. Reason for' desiring to sell is
,heota yesterday. Mr. Smith is that I, hav#e puraha ed Oyde- Saloon
S. t. thfp-ipractIcalo land pr i anot ok after twoplaeIs. Ad-
'ly. lie' reports too:much r 1you leaveinesville at2
"A $iet wh IQ;%hasa t t h ....Ag. A 20thI; ari vea.BrgIn"Lines,
to s aek the orops. ." Augustine at 640 p. n Retringhl
J reai f W h A site er Frtday or We still continue to sell Seriven's
dIstghiter, Mrsl W. Mo Wsel of at 1: i p. to, This ip nly exor-co
..... Ik of Waohootaatdayat .t arriving.hore genuine stretchy seam drawers for 61c.
ta, 1 .triPtve, In this ety yes. t(on thtisyear to St. Augustine Tick-.- Mennen's Borated Talcum, the gen-
m theg of thi 6 d od turn ether'Fri-uine article, 1tc.
hein ofthter.e Mrs. O Pedrik, d or atu on't mlit. Colmate's Violet Borated Talcum,
the et few They are o- M', W ingdePrted yestla 8.
ap by :Mr(. 1ase ~s~of for Orals, where he goesI.n offletl
SMw. Hael hf n pst business for the Bouthern Express h W
. mOtiher at W0,hoota the A pt ompan. is portion as agent at t
eekad ooe. he alnevillee office will be lled by Yoil ani find -jtt what you want-
ek d Is n t Moyerswho assumed the duty yes- here.
rn to 60 be a h~qky. Mr, Moyert' numerous Hate that were $1;00, now 79c.
t...good W -habit o bitt a oe n *pe ~di will bWa tt-ha, him here, Hats that were h.e nw Ste.
A. sleaiman mus cotme Wl "eo. If only for a short while. H atthat were I0o, now 9e.
tded by reliable' ati i pG .ble A jolly party comprising CaptAin J. Has that were Si,. now 19e.
SThose who ton't t bash Maxey Dll, CoL John B. Del,. Col Hats that were te, nuw 1ie.
are not wii1 fWA w aenryR .Cus. hubb nd W.., o0. T d on ie
f advancemet.iii It rinin, whe L they will, wtre ilstaq&eor 0

w ..gati.. o wl ake the bet of '
[n i, direicted to the ehang beoeaatona, andI will have niaupy ntem Coats that wer-4.90., now '.S..
4 *-x4..T. Bha3er, th s!thigs to talk about upoo their Cots that wep to0,'now i...
e..ilie baker, which ppars tiotr. O ...........~'oal that were -2.PO, now "$1.9t--
a., Mr. Sohafer Is htot only Ms. lle Aln, of ".South Fork, "-""
oleveresr bakers in e "a. a prevented ttaaekp of
alo one of the bqst a4iit IIa beh 'he ... .... ..
by the remarkable st eidu" .hecoaR on. BuSh at. l g s ld ti r media syi41
|sss uhe hans mad witta the ehse d by Indiges- g ue*f be 1ipreseated. Yer
.i Hinv **le Is prompt tl fliale ar the a i k If t. wat It .


Sof fe l

^Urt dod They Were Rivals--TwVo
Men uli and F ught With Dangerous
AKls 'I t : Bittor Entvd--Moore
Sirously Woundd-Salett Arrested.
Inforimti'n reached this eiy: yester-
ta of aduel :with knives' by Messrs.'
Saiet Ad 'ore, .etwo young white
Ien of prominent families at Ward
i adrdounty, n dford ouny just o ver the
Alachua county line" ',
No a beintie information can be
leirned as to the cadse of this tragedy,
but it is utderatood 0tiat the young
men were rivals, claiming the ame
young lady a a sweetheart.
Moore evae out the worst of the
duel, having been 'stabbed& in- the
abdomen and .Jus below the hedrt. He
is in a eritieal condition.
Immediately ifter the duel Salett
was arrestedb- Deputy,. Sheriff 'Rar-
rold of Bradford county. He was tak-
en to Starke and placed in jail.
Both men are prombinently connect-
ed, and the affair has created a great
deal of excitement in the Ward City
Escaped an Awful Fate.
Mr. H. Haggine of Melbourne, ,Fla.,
writes: "My doctor .told me I had
cozsumpkion and nothing could be
do for me. I was givenOup to die.
The offer of a free trial bottle of Dr.
Kihg's 'New Discovery for, Consump-
tion, induced nie to try it. Results
were.startling, I am now on the road
to recovery and owe all to Dr. King's
New Discovery.. it surely ,raved my
life." Thia great cure is guaranteed
for all throat and lung diseases by all
druggists. Pride 50c and .1 Trial
bottles free. "
Frank Mitchell of LaCrosse Pays Pen-
alty for Violating the Law.
Frank Mitchell, colored, who claims
LaCrosse as his home, insisted or vio-
lating the law by carrying an ugly-
looking gun around finils pocket, and
row he is sorry, for he must pay the
penalty by serving three months as an
apprentice in phosphate mining.
Mitchell was arrested and arraign-
ed before Justice Stokes at LaCrosse
Wednesday morning, wheu a fine of
$100 and costs or three months on the
"gang"' was imposed.
In the absence of the necessary lu-
cre, Mitchell was brought to this city
yesterday by Deputy tfheriff McCann
and placed in prison. f#e will prob-
ably be sent to the mines today.
Boy Cured of Colic After Physician's
Treatment Had Failed.
My boy when four years old was
taken with colic and cramps in his
stomach. I sent for the doctor and he
injected morphine, but the child lkept
getting worse. I then gave him haif a
teaspoonful of Chamberlain's -Colic.
COoleri and, Diarrhoea Remedy, and
in half an hour he was sleeping and
soon reeovered.-P. L. Wilkins, Shell
Lake, Wis.. Mr. Wilkins is bookkeeper
for the Shell Lake Lumber Co. For
sale by all druggists and medicine
pAttention, U. D. ies,

,, nMlouss of nhis still and a quantity of
The regular monthly historical meet- crude turpentine and reain .whloh oc-
ini of Kirby Smith Chapter, U. D. C., curred by fire Saturdayftwhernoon.
will be held this afternoon at 4 o'clegk Mr. Millican, who was i. 'the city
at the residence of Miss Tebeau, 300 yestrday, stated twho the wa ciabsent
West Main streetS. in South Florida ated that he tiwae absofthe
A full attendance is requested o flagrtiorida abut the tis supp of that
MRS. H. H. MCO.BEARY, Prec. th raiing but it is upo that
s. J. R. HoA. MCSc y, Pres. the fire was caused by water running
AMlit. J. X. STRORRAR. Sec. Pro Tern. low in the still. The amount of stores
Nearly Forfeits His Life. lost will involve about 4400.
A rtunaway, almost ending fatally, Vith c',aracteristic en rr-r.Mil-
started a horrible ulcer on the 'leg of lican betga at once the erection of an-
J. B. Corner, Franklin Grove, Ill. For other still, and it is expected that he
fQ.rjyears it.defled all doctors and all will be enabled to resume operations
remedies, but Bubklen's Arnica Salve Monday.
had no trouble to cure him. Equally . -
good for burn, bruiies.,,,kin Lrup)tioI4a
ant p0Ie.. 26c tall drug stores. Fl5l IT

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(First corner south of Postomfiee) 4
* M *1 a and special ordeiA.; Dip V
. coffee. Cool dini ig room.

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ISouth Side Square)
Hair a
Hot and old
qnd ourteou attention. The ateo n
aSe of the P bileearnestly

Turpentine Still and Quantity of Naval
Stores Burned.
The friends and acquaintanres of E.
W, Millican, the naval stores operator
of Waldo, are sympathizing with hit
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ence that the 8e
3witlg in North Go
necessary for o6
g of that deno0
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w~rvIb will be dso

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y oft hit progress
4tronatae with
he mogl iint.p
Sfhaaltci~ng, a

4fa ir tisl beet e9nd !)(

S ihWjin that is maf
i W tve had' long.
"0 the ginni 4o
no2 ud .The wri90
stK aft Sher farmer \p

Thebad inninee il r
S, Itfto gin damp or 'wqti
% Its weyll known that f you
1^1 ^ ^ *np liS t otton. it will (
lo and 'ailldew and hnirt
4c oiu t will orimp the linft V
through the gin and ec
I#rsinitlns that 'ill be iinu
S ureh No. ginner shoi
we l to gin wet cotton o'
,o high speed, as both

Eogntal. _,_,,_h __

|d|cjiers of the West hee l
tiIht, I JDay on That
-04taturday, Augurt i
.I acting of seven teacher,
eAIsenjoyed a plcnn iat
l ithet Suwannee river.
ohe party was gotten up t
*itth ladles an opportoail'
Sistorie stream, as none o-
|e a|een' it before. The
i f00I.ing, boat rid.in, g
iW $ ,4 general forgetfulnes ,Oi

eNcv N more picturesque or bi
could .be tfoqd for a pte6zi
S te* prg, one of the largest
bp^- p u _A. l Uro .u own 4.,
Water s o lear that the bo
: s seem* tob float
4i .eon0 ether fide and

ik ;w b -uWetw loneriWJt fs treobs"
g Fanning Is in bothl M i
: couiitmes, while juthereas
a o 4 Iaaet aO the faimi

p l iWerabe interesto here in ht
ie het w "Wf';l4, 4 in, grist mrUIi
f taud ^sid : ntoto the former naxpg
perwcentof a R that we are indebted to

.0d n n g1. the pat
h0rl to-lheavferIo f
p Th 4,enle party con, I

!0 woatrid M isges Y^i
bF ttfn tW, Cason, together with i
^1^ Zdd pd Miss 'Velia Dok1 k
t0 p 4. Love aid daughter, .
a 4 Whl tent6o. All expressed th
'lius havng spent a most dellgh't
W ond.ers of the Suwa
| Wonder what was the
|4u eeamtiauon which the
Sm ad. at first Sight. of
Wasn't it "Oh! I se
*-Wonder who brought.
a So pine knot$ for dinner?
et Wt Ad Ornmond.*
i( rg Wonder why .tiUn
Ie hUarry to leave Lafay
ggs Wonder why MXW; I
him to go boat riding?
th :^ Wonder who wa
| Qed when the y

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thae ,ipa Al oa~it tbe iet ~

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and Army of
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made tor Ut
Alders, and it
sDpeotal now
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p r to the en.
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Skansua mao.
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