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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
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Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
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Publication Date: August 21, 1903
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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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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
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V40'L.VXX, NO, 162


'T' IS' SITUATION

I IN BALKAN STATES

si~ia ]akes Demands of
Ottoman Empire.
4:M fm Are Becoming Very Much Com-
Ipii Otehl--Turklbh Troope Showifhg
'ilnbordination--Moh*mm*dan Out."
break Poseille.
o nataninople, August 20.---Lhe
I aissian demands of Turkey, errow!no
ibout of the frcent murder of the Itus.
sian oonsul at 'WVon.stlr, M. Rost 'ov-
ski, were forntliy presented at the
i" 'TIldia pa)ace yesterday.
*Ki i twithstanding the warning which
ia" t aiddressed to the Bulgarian gov-
C, rp i e14t, it is generally believed here
"O'ti the Rusalan naval demonstration
J: 'Turkish waters will ,dangerously"
6o0ourAge the Macedonlans who, it is
i,4asserted, will interpret Russia's act'L-
a being the first step toward inter-
vention in their behalr.
:' 'The insubordinatitb of the Turldsh
00trOops l regarded as beUIng one of the
.O' greatest dangers of th<(, ttrsnt eDal.
Skan crisis. The lack of discipline
*l'.ong the soldiers is irarked. It 's
f't ou-nd necessary to humor then in or
iaer to prevent conflicts between tho
s.oldlers- and their oflice.s.
For instance, a regiment, while on
the way from Uslkui to Mnonastir i,,
nanded that the train he stii)w(lI at
i alonica for 1.2 hoirs instead of k)re
th-e scheduled half hour. so that thli
,oldiera might amuse tieinselv., in ti,
"town. After futile endeavors to pr'.
'vail upon thex to allow the train to1
proctiti, the o< rera were tih)l>,i tio
',.grant th 7, sfl TIr
ipa r

the insubordinaa

0 1 'e a train loa,1 o"
7Turkish'W ers sdon after leavini;g
the railroad station at Uskub not only
firod on an d lled three lu:arin:>,
who were at -work on the road an,-i let
their bodies on the line, 1 lt soni( o)t
the soldiers left the train and piur ,i.l
other Bulgarian workmvn to a nflighl
boring station where the Turks mrur
dered them all in cold blood. C('on1u
lar reports received here trorn Sainu,
lea continue to emphasize the ;!angi-r
of an outbrea-k of Mahammir'lan In
mataclsrn there.
The consular representative tiavoe
askedjfor protection and tlih" qiust' of again deaspatchlng warKhips to S .
lonica Is being discussed by thi tit p
resefitatlves of the powers
Dispatches from Turkish souttiti s siay
the insurgents have destroyed another
Village In Macedonia.


. TURKISH OFFICIALS UNEASY.

indifference to Russia's Aotion is Giv-
ing Way.
Constantinople, August 18. 'Tu.' 'iy
-Jhe Russian Squadron :;s ExpIe' t.i
this afternoon. It will anchor in tih,
bay of Miadia, off, the coast of lE'nr,
pean Turkey between Burgas an t!h
entrance of the Bosphorus, 80 mile
from the letter.
The attitude of indifference inow ;aei
suned by the Turkish officials tuward.s
RuIiita' action la giving way if one I
of parked concern. The porte fiar, I
that Russia contemplates malkIg stili
more important demands than onrtain-
eld In the recent note of M. Z. mv iT ff
the Rulsian amnbassador, such ;a- he
appOintnteMt of a ChrIstian gov,-r,?,r
g Ienoral' of M&lacedonia,- This I.i.Ti.
however, 6oei not find support i 1
dipl6mstlc quarters, where the convi,
tiQn pra reale that Russia is working ,
in full agreement with Austria. N-
difficulty Is atlcilpated on the part of
Turkey to the acceptance of th,- Ki-i
saln de- 4mad with the possible .x
ceaptoin, th appolntment of Kuro
peant offteerl tp command th" gri
darmnle. ,It is likely to arous' o. p
6ltlon, i d: t ila thought that Rn.-.tar;
anticipation thpereof led to the I'iiat *
of the iql4&ron, the prence of w.,
was hrazdri tj.qured to enforce a f,.
fllment of tll other terms.
The a*swa rs of the. pow~ersi hav'
agaln "*a. the s. rntattetnt!'u '
the Porth A thefears ofaseacre' a
iamonet aUt hA0 denanded the asiov-
t~on o44.a& effectiVe sna--
urfu fejjti t o the foreign
Cns H iSebotsof the vA
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A TIN VILLE', FLoI Alfi I DAY, AUGUST' 21. 1903
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Italy May lInterfere.
Roiue. August 0. --No. other power
Is In bett, position than Italy to.
quickly send a fleet to Turkey. In
fact. Italy may almost be conl-dered
as already having a warship on the
pr)pt a.. is t, t or-poio b(mat destroyer MI-
no-rv ts off the islandr of IA'mnos, in
th,., A'-wc an 'ae, a row, hour' slteaming
from Salonica. ai l the battlelftip
iterrnlrt, which- I at Agosta. Slles-
cla. .aj rrea h f)4t.,mij water in
.ibourt 10 houii-s Th< Italian Mledter
ran anh elf now tiff C Ogltarl., 1-
klnd of iardlinlria. has been ordered to:
Sic:!y. <.o as to b, nrearerT the sa9
of the trouble In Tirkey
Sue. southern for 6000.
AfTlana. Auxiust '20. -Henry Martin
brouglt cuit awalnst the' Southern
engine his fte't clippod to t*
Rtallway c cmVany in th rity colf
yesterday to recover $6,000 alleged
itanAo, He i aRs.4rtt that ho was
a rar reupler an! that when h# step-
ipd upon the, running board of as
ground., amd that he was dragged a
co-niderable distance -'by the engine
He alleges tt!t 1h# ,iTrman-ntly I&-
taredl
Favors Reciprocity:
Fargo, N I). August 2" At a
Ing of the mrnilpr of North bI*kft.
and nsrtohw'1 M -inne'ota h.-i hbe" to
day reoltIiothwVre h".,'1d l Wre 1
reo-l'prl(j.(y b)etwien the Ir'ts- te
and Il -oiuntri"e limpowrtn g Amerntticn
Sfloor The revolutions al> Im tnorimild
the action taken by the M1t;~rs N-oUtol3
I Fedeittoln convention bheld In tt@o(t
I faorist redprocity between the Cteut


was hidden awaS y i the rohlwrs. Jim
Kbox being the p.irter at the Hoijth.
ern depot, rriol the kt*eyst antd after
the ag'fnt left he givo tie word to. his
asittsiats ton the forward and haul. A th trunks off Iin
their wagon. 4
The officers thlik that there to an
rexiilar organized anong of thets nha-
grH .e and they hopo to be able to
break them up

L, FORTS TO RtLTTOIR ORDaR.

S Tr. toet Province ef
Kwano 6 t, ChIna.
New York. August 20.--At the re.
quest of Vlceroy he'a, theC Y'ang Tie
viceroys roet'tUy tcr;t a I dy of troops
to asl-st ift r*etAr,"nr order at Kwaetit
8f; MKay a Pkin >di4ptcb to Tha
'lnmos, byt way of.. I. on. The ad
cplalitritlon of Shi, l being ch'ractmtr,
tBed by reatr(l:ra ,d rlvity and thba'r-
q* abasens He ., i ftI, wed Up tErm
removal of the gov,"rnor, Wasg .'b ltO
Cuan ,ads. lMartl I btsy1' PtfrmfmS2.s
and .reqsrwrg Ifrom ,lffte =sWAy taroJr'u
peeteat end 4:S-A *!set sf$iie' tatew
tlon from truts*< 'rttby ourjtteesat w
a th dtuttrrait 4m ea baVo ot ba9
caused by an anifdyt0tiMe w.ovema-st
bt bh v? b '.i! d* ,,'. + ;,r e t ipd ly.< o |'Plars
itnfber of ortrek-i tI rop. dartirte 19.j
rgimt .JitnKig the turu'teie elet Bnit
ots tt.* lp ovft wt-on o n Al"Ytg r

are at40 that the vscsroy's iol,


with tibesee WMI se'**4' Itbi O 45tt
ru*si uilagM tta whe ff58V
;e ,J j ir# ,,++3+i1


forces mny take service
perial gtovernnbin t.
Actihg und-!;r the Tat
Instructions tho e magi
Nan HuIls district nea-t'
arriestod tour r. fortners
dellveri,t tpibllc lecture
the orders of the govern
FINAr OAY OF HI


Arbitration Differenci
bama Miner. ant


d O


ua4er thq im PROBES

Tans general has.

charged wl th j .+
nont to
Sstralo to r. nothe at Itei

DARING.
POhTOFF4oW IN CPOOTQHOi'
Between Ala
perators. Ar Still Kngaged t Ortg (igh t|a'l l


rious powers. Letters received hre IIir'
trom Uskub- say thee I evidence
there of 4gat feetng unrest. 'I 1 I$TENDED"
mnos:ues are- guar d'dby troops A IEAllY L
It is feared they may be attacked. LIN K
The monastery of the Holy Virgin .E..T W.. l M
near Kitchero has been burned bt Al. .. 0
banians, after' a determlnej struggle Ovaiou GivenO R. at San
between the defenders of the monaV- NFA eb.
tery and the insurgents, during whidh ,. ..+h..
both st'Ai'lost heavily. Servian ref. FAVORS IN L.AVIH ABUNDANCE
ugtes are arrivingt at Uskub trom 01
bra. itaving fled from that plae, owing Train After Train ttlrlge its Quota of@
to the fear of a massacre. The A. Visitors and Dele>tet-E-ncamp-
banians in that district have burned V.
a number of Bulgarian villages. ant Largest In s0tory of the OQa
----- 'ganlaation. I
JOINT NAVAL DEMONSTRATION. S At th
i o. wsj San. Francl am,. Auuguit 6 A1 -iVth r*
l0eets of. Powers May Co-operate with Oeptinas and entowtatl; 1onts of all
Russia' In TUrkish Waters. kilidS, the visiting. inetberi of the
, Paris, August 20.--.it was learned ia Gradid Army of the R.e,,Chllo are hav-
offic!al quarters today ?hat the notion ng a most nJoyatle tilq l t.his ct
of Russia in ordering a naval squad. T&e old veteran have btioon extended
ron to Turkish waters mnay be speedily a hearty welcome, on. ill eldee and
followed by important joint naval dem. everywhere they haVe hospit:alty ten
onstration before Salonlca. The final dered to them. 'The litfolrna pIoXL
determination will depend largely up provide fruits anId flowers in Iav sl
on Russia, but if a joint drmnonetra abundance andf open bonse Is the order
tion Is determined upon the fleet of the day'iu all thoe +'c huadquar,
of France and Austria will c WrtalYv tera.
co-operate and Ut is probable 4 th Train after train 0ll adds its com.
leets of all the Euroipean powers hwv polement to the army or veterans al
tng Turkish interest, except poeatblyra rdy marshaled here au the eoncantp
Germany, which throughout, has not ment now begins to t-,if"unte the pro-
favored taking energetic stetna against portions of the hTrgot evor held In
Tuikey, will tAke liart in the demoA. the history of tbe 'organisation. 'The
station. arrivals now are compiled at 21,0th)
In ithe meantime the Russian squad- people from eastern points, with fully
ron will not proceed to Constan'tinople ,84,000 .persons In adution frona OCal
as1 hs been reported, but will renldez- iornt,: points.
Vous at a small port of the vilayet of For the ilext two laysL o~turslonus
Adrianople, al)ovP the entrance of the have been arranged tou carry the visit
Bosphorus. For the pre4en-t thia aquad* itg veterans to differ Mt polnts of in
ron has uo orders to assume an &ag tert. In the lntertor and till thll t le a~
grossive course. Its action will de Ing (ltiet have- maie arrangRments tiA
pend on Turkey's fulfillment of tlje give them an piproPrtat" reception,
terms of Russia's final demands In con- -
no.tion witht the au asslnation of M ROIBBERY MVSTERY SOLVED.
Rostkovski The punishment of a .-
number of the parties implicated is not Nsero Porter at OapWt Charged With
considered to be full compliance v.lth Stesllne Trunk.
the terms of the demanAds, which In- Ofimsde. Agukt :!' -The mystery
clude adequate Indemnityn. of the robbery of th Aoutthern depot
Beasld-s the Ro6stkovs1t incident the at lAst been olVdh 1Ih Ob (iletf White,
proposed Joint naval action before Sa- asatetrd by two rd Ititves of the road,
lonica Is 'due to the earnest represon- ItV will be rewmepiieroild Laht a 4rum-
tations of the 'foreign consul at 'a* nmer's, trunk continuing oorets anti a
loulea, who set forth that their lives negro school tiw.her's trunk wero
are in danger. The first represenita- stolen f-rnm the 4uthprn depot one
tion on the subject reached the night several wveuos agi,. arrd no trace,
Fro,'inh authorities several weeks iago of tho;n ,.ould ) tkiind.
a. ,1 sinuo then other consuls havys The officers nrted a dozen noe
mad similar ropreaentatlons. T"ie gres, hbut later r,.eaysed then for watl
assassination o'f M. Roatkrovski in giv- of evidllet'. Ab't a week later the
SIrng such onphasit to the atatementi Of romnaine of the drunlirotr'a trunk wacS
Sth.,' ,onSuls that consideration of a found on the hunk of Town joint naval (imonsrtration of sufficient where t'h' nogrn-- 1, had burned it
istrngithi to itnpirtss Turkey with the About this tin,. tbh negro wthoolt
n-'-s.lity for taking direct action look- teacher's trunk rcI appeared rroni the
Ing t tho t. nmaIntonance of order In d(ept. Chuif w ,it andt the rIlete
Mac .conia I, now Impending. tives got on the thall of the robbt-ra,
The (cornmminialtions have shown landing Jim Knox. tlhe lporter, in jail
that I(Iisla and Austria continue to A portion of the tlreomes, wraps, and
co-op.r-ate fully in the attlon taken other wearing apirel of the tchot)ol
toward turkey. teacher was recovred from where it


spontd tomorrow In revoiwing tho ovl e f rome the tecretary of war.
douc~ submitted IJ Utlrtan't Colonel Thor
-- -i....... poted district uommander of thl
DETItOIT OULICE PUZZLIO., f,nesa to l0titrm'ore an quarters are ohanigel to the pn5 W,
Morrble Murder of Cittle t3oy Is Still Htoward, at North Pottit, a Omthel
a Mystery. that fliglured Int the revo^liatti'n.
D)otrolt, Mtchl. Altiust 20, The po. low4wrd t alttlated where the.
lice t^oay are t. qtNr from a mol-tflet river eninWti ltat.en i samv~pj
of the horrible murder of -litle 4-year. and hupeao to thti at o' L '
old Airp.m V'Ilmor aa they wore try Otlyn* company otf il
when the mutilated body was found at te 1t
yeterftay, which will be treserved beauts. Of lr -
ChalNrloes dwardl, the stuspt who historic lntett. ft tl !OW giSS
was pLpr(ed under arrest lat liht ad in th W hOrt at t il of o M
wql gve hibls res.tlonco as ang r for d tefe7 ort $o,. rd l- 0Rmt i
Me, te still dtalnoel but L itO.ltemt tbel. '
Sadler, of the dtetive department ap w
said he was eatlefted tha4 it wards the Ibt Wali |lath.ol
tis not guilty of the crimeli tone has heti PaGs ei by re1obn
T1he local offker telet'raphid l st 'aarterm ter-' d4 bity or-olu
night to the police of Rtockfored. i1- ye M., e t .*;. *, to
years, Trhe Tune that Gaftae tet
asking for a Mempilte deeritltion of forp at the tiuse. "'t* ,14 a'e 1
the killing of thtb owaboty It that c b 1'ar" e w tlfttea ar all owe' cy4oli
evarsi weeks ago. which .bear*s*ae mto froth
much resemblance to M te crtme here. Prech ret i the W
jis reply the Ro kf4ird hinf o'f poIlles ot rm ths tXoVW *tl* a wa,. s-
out 01' theA ro t, Mrl wt vu,
wired that b a Walredy written and la rge l smOO)tl* b s, tha irle
matIed a full hltary of the mand ntd t "l fot:W pt ll
a deowript ea of the mutilathiol of the oui te at ls, ow t IS
boy teh a"rr
Jelks-l imn R1quilition Paperw. Ke atl, AUg J0 h -'
MootgomAery, Ala., A #gst 20 .-(ep ei river eA.e a .t..- .
eotr Jelks today signed lbsi rqcitalm rapidly SAO 0 0,Wthe O iW o
4tilO paper from nols for W EIt, a 4t 1.t f i.Wt1ib
Utle. o, tls city, who t o wanted it 6 pIs le the twObr4 I wt

procee'isge, which ItaT.be* rU Sat' Ul to Mntte psferi p e5I'etwe.
d before.the United' .tas ,l-
mimret +forLtl1's rete"se here h0ve A,
b, Sa&atl poetpo.ed4 .el lrg ,,

F etaredi Order o lee. pse, eaet. $*
ilew York, A11940t I.,- It e asnnial 1 .
eoetir of1 l th ateratt Order a "eo ale h* toa
*took t. to I- ---r .-OW
g ales will be held at 'aqasy ial1, 4tdetodis t io ** *i
dst te first isve ls t nesta~t a



R wt Chileua 4 will be y
rine O. 0 9, p4!ateb eweTory hasli



we1, rff, 1eiis t 9*eOsmwmrll awh geo .y at- *

Vi".t t M" p1" ?88tM m

P. eb eINbsek 555 pat g bu -
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I fand it 5I 15x5ot Wd
Vlrmhingham, AigilSt 2 -T o flna Ci a rg I l o N II ., !4
dar, for th itpreeoitathn of ovidouce' Charges Agalnlt a Numbgl.t'
before the board of arbitration which, partment Employee.
Is to sot tlo the d i (,1gnces between ,,
the Alabma mnf ra and operators Washington. August 20.---T'
oposed with J. L. Chim. secretary of jury today reoumed ita Itnsnquiry X.:
thie 11ite d Mine WotVrkors of Atlerica, the afftalI. of. the postoffle 4e!!4
district of Alahbama,- t.n the winteas oent and It 1" atim*tAe, twat at'
stand Mr. (tiio nuhuliltteil numerous ronicluslon of the lnvostlgatlon blpt y
publli.ations and statsltichal tables boear' will be another batch of indlettu4t
ing on minora' wagest, the dilfforenftlal The postoffico Inspectores ;,il <: ,
betwoon numahlnt and pick tinilnlt aid Mtill engaled tia original Inhqtlriee, (
the like. CoNmp)rlson in thI pay re. it is expected will girement the f t 0
celved by the difforont crafrtsiten was n the caaes Of a ntuinber of i(
dla'Wts xdl. The factt that onoe olss nuent ompleoyeqt, hleh, while tmot crli 1,
of labor has linmitod opportunitlov to ltnl in ohltrLtor, are eCmnaldered 0'0t
work during the ya-ar. wt1s brought out ficiently r gteulat to call for attention ,
by Jtttge Gray. chairna nor the arbl. at the b 4Ai of the hitth offlelala oI
tratloti hoard, brick Ityers being men. th depa d"ortmtt.
toned. and It wati madt, portuilty would be conselrlrd tn con. irs that Of W. H0. Iaia. 4tl diviton Vt,
ctln wih hth thtn to be .Prl.tentilht of the rural tree deliv aN
fixed for the miners JiiAe 0rlay for the stalteof, NsW York, who., t t
Tli1arktod In th.( oonnmectiuti that in charged,. 3reW 4p.r di$4t alowatnOo of
taking the award in the it-thracitel $4 Per dy Iroa tht gotvereftItnt 44 i
region the fact was nonaldertd that ; o activ field duty while conftut
full opportunity wLta not given (h,, ln a hospital under treatmetnt (o ,,
hsnm to work. 'This was regarded ra wsumpahot wotlkad.
sIlglillant. The lioard in uonsideriln Theit oases hav" not, bee@ brell it
the several ntter subittd at tho officially to the atten0on ofm t00 1 t
outset. will take action upon the work master general and no doelito ;
Ing ofr sitll boyw in the minni It Thl gIarding theor has beeitt rrtivet --
was brought tqut In the procoedlng6, -" s.. .
yXhstor,:,0y afternoon. Both s .desx. I eio'r6 -.- M Y.
pressing a willingtheWa to have the ""
boys under 14 years of age,. xclu(d it it i Toe Abendon.ed a Quart6t
froy) the mIne ,. t Mhap beooni Artod Ir Fo r United States TrPOOp.
that'witLt the cloe of totdy'W evidence. ..,
the caes will hIl aubmitlted to thoe r Balltimore. Augut 2a0,-4Itst.
blirutlion board without argument .M thperfore a deeolton is xpectd ,not quarters or United sattstU tr
later than FPriday. Th bohar t willsth" s*tst aceordig to Torteriw


















l 0 t dWh'i and epr
Jlism, .her* ompllled 14
7 e .
St0ntrhe to' d th

IBs sections of *'the o.~ith ,U
WI'ch bhave preva a0iA o 9i
:iroughopt the :t. eriito'y
Vry4l days ajd in oree 't '
1 weeks, I ll damage the p
isiJJy.. To.p: .otto.n c|^ i
, worst aust w xi asBuc the rattii


t4a st #tQ of .a4t ly
t he iorp I t.rIk*s4. h; : II,.'






derIdWiase ied ,sta 'in"


b'.);p oeti.tUons hou0 .deinqr-
$Uzigf 41e'i M pw nlOsi ts. ;'


lyIi war 'thrio ugte
0If ,"AY'. .:n:er :j







t, ill toL ssend operwa-





d WlaxlItliom
60 ~cotznt of'UI#abiity to'










n f this oond s
^ will lr to dr emin2e1


I in .Wed to scratch Lucyrt







it' o ,a'fan' e tired or bard
if ya fool wid L ne<'filaIt
V1igthneI #eeoll' think' ?.erp
ltrow,'o is whi t ly ie claimed
teap fin, h'ersefrf eOhoolate
iiilady the Cooper mill sed- t
id to Luy Cant, anotherLde 'of







that goarter, Wednesday rMtd her




Sber" my l neighbors either -
ylul, ukrat nle.!n knotck t oi-;

'tlru 'ixin' yer fer er bussard's
ihse yer name's Luy Caot yer
40 Ill, emotionally exclaimed


rdog meat. Luoy made one ofh
ia's entitle duWnsso but she wasg
.;4 to got n. r arm around her'
'-0he was proceeding to pick at


1iSi4t, and after hearingg tet-
e la'tcase a fine of #)6 anata
iysys ny was imposed. 'The
I r tr d tiptly paid, At as Mary
evingathe Oo jt )r'oW she was



Th. would n'1.t* be an hair

y' snol Bihlea os their' came.
a tei edh L rc. cu' it. tee
to ask tIe b batt d 'a na
,*ooti lllforget wtaa tfe
nyb murih e l Tribuwe.n


weats1t Show.
thray booed Ist poo
Syou iare niakIrtl bUe&&

rawn bea. tr um


1 I? ..


V ...::" -, '", ": ., '
s. Ask for tC OO D lo r -t.
NCE i et deo


I!. Oand ti ed .th, t W-t
Ei'0at) .p t)' WeI V.... L ,rit.. CItAV
tOtney M".pon rtre*htpw the: proe-.
.ith.t ,a9t)ey A notOe .nf an ap
peal and. he ,' a lwed t

the spremeourt of the UniteA at..
IS F 1IVS WITH SQ.CN .
Mosa 5et' ,Lie', Down Q Track and
..^: ...- "*''rialel ieaiii1tlm.l1,"
A eat:sOa a. gtiiu 's i.--'Wut a
pile from Afle, Saturday nligtht Mos
Bal, a brickaeon, laid down iby the<
s14e *o ^the Southern's track'
rai ii bSiipillow. l he. egitineerw
th ut.i 'jut efore the trian reached
gine hit ttfat with terrlflc feoroe. hUrlkig
i0k r, hifrfalci.e-tr liht l~4 4 0 wa.
b^ly"Mrbte4, the saull: bhinif 'ora1' 4
d4 ii several places, but in spltM oi
t 'njUrT10. he. 18 still aliVe. l.
*yiaai w;a.Ci tllad 'ii and zi!nitad nlstr-
d to the sa'trOng-mg ea, and yd4terday
i waS j1ited by T-r. Cro*t, thl, cold
pay'i- sron. 'wh now has the c
In charge.
A .ppratlon. Ws "performed and
there is seome chance that the man'S
'life :may be saved, although it Is
.a. _Ono.
TEL.E" APHHIC BROVITI .
Virginla3O4aroilna Chiamlcal company
hea passed a L dividend.
It develop d uring the t0etiiaquy
4,fore the arbitration cotnmistloc at
lrmlnpih4m that mat y i-nlai took
their boys Into the mines with them,
each boy betig Allowed half a turn
o lt .cars,. although his coaIi output went
unldeo the father's check.
The Qffleial measurements, oft the
cup yahts a show that the Reltance will
have to allow Shamrock Ill one min-
ute and, forty-live seconds over a SO8
mile course.
ThoL es ,. Morgan. millionaire man.
nfatcturer of Oshkosh, Wis., ws \.i
ed by, Frederick H.mipel, a dtsachared
employee, H'fampel w*8s taken to Jail.
whemw he hanged" himself,
Thoe Humbert trial is drawing to a
close at Parts. iMme. Humbert as-
sorts that she Intends to *pe6k to her
own defense.
Watoh for a Chill.
Howev. r lightt t this *.ue of year
and i1 this ollmate, i is the forerunner
of malaria. A disposition to yawn,
and an all tired out feeling even comes
before the chill. Herbine, by its
prompt stimulative Action on the liver.
dtlvoa the malarial germIs out of, the
systoni', purlflois the blood, tones up the.
system and restores health. O5W at
Johnson Bros.
Brewing InterestI May Combine.,:
Nt w York, Augut 2&-r'any recent
confTornros amuiOng brewers. of OGreater
New York have given rIte to a betlef
that a combhinattsnoff all brewing oin-
terest la about to be formed. The
Immediate restilt of the -onuolidation
will he to close- syeral of the Wmai-
er breweries. There i* about 0
of these in Brooklyn alnn&. Another.
result will be the eeatabllablhent of
certain s$taMtard grades of beer and
ale wbhch will be old at uniform prices
tla all galooa...... -Bt wm -h'ei' 'le
-otomptloing that the keen (ioMeUtltou
to their butsneas has been almost ruin-
ou. ,There Is hardly a brewery tI
New York that is turning out Its tell
capacity. '"Ilesdes oa OrcoonUtleoo'
one brnwer aid, "the present anop
iaw hea cut dcwn the .Wnase-a oI
oi as Atbout half the breweie |
day a.s havl g b 4a hr tt a.te to *
ot1 *


ie tl, oteo t Ttte (aod, Dl g oodl
H! T~nBic weqiii. f l. or Orlps 1%, M ** eul
x !. 1tl e. nki .
Ad. r f r", c sseO e o w l(l

ry R 000BLOO GLEAN



id a ll i D as acred by

BA ER SALVE
Th* a .ot e*g v in the world.
The eto. *aid "stlok Te it."
0e". L.lnid;, of Iigh Tower, Oa., writemi
Bon .bwoIk-f ,t on I my bby aovil i sN bil
slttlre bol. Us* tre.tnaet of our fimily
*nhye1qn glce(t 1y nas be could noelstee
HR'aA1vuliJ, a him oM d Witba ime It
s ga tlit we..w, nT. hed ooter mel fit Wia
8.11mg hlm e~lds *tie0k to It for It Ste (gqodtbuaaayiblag I have 4oae fo hi0. "
lUAURATl D. prieM 25 Oent
old ay JItW.WMcColU0na & Co.







FOR HEALTH ANIO RECREATION.
.Situated on the Jacksonville and
SouthWestern railroad, eleven miles
north of the town of Alachua. Strong-
est sulphur in Florida. Cures Rheu-
mnatism, Kidney and Stomach trouble.
Fine fishing and hunting. First-class
table fare. Rates $5 per week. Free
baths.

The-Floridat

Friult and Truck Grower

One Year............. $1.00
Single coples.. .. .... 10

A handsomely llustrat d magazine
devoted especially to the interests of
the fruit and vegetable growers of
Florida.
Aspeital, trial subserirtion' of six
months will bb sent on receipt of 26
cents. Stamps taken. .

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.Represatinlg

E. A. WEILA &CO,
WHOLESALE SHOES
Ofr ll imnDe elons.

ole &a -and SOVER
IMAM QtALTI ? ErVery
pair. warsatd..
J. M nsae 4- Agent


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S OSCHDUL EFrFCTIVE JUNa 28,1903.
SOUTH WRN DIVISION : I ,54 A84.. .
S800 300 Lv............. Jai.surivie................ArlO 60 k 71 5 .. >l
0 5b 5 I 840 P. .............. ....BaldWin............... 10-12 4 680 4 20
11 4; 1 4 6 p .P. ......... ............... W aldo ..... ....... 820 04 a 2
1 20. ..Ar.. ...ae... .............. LV 15.301.
S...... LW P. Ar........ o,.........
.7 5 Ar ..... ... Cedar Key.............. Lv 5... .
2 ...... . ... lver prilngs.......... .. . ...... V,5
L I 53 . ................. t oo............. .. ...-. 1 65 12 41 p
5 t .. .. ...... ... ....... .. W iwood.................. 2 23 0 i 4
6TOp Or7' .ai. .. ........................ 7.00P 5 a
4 14 4 a .... ...... ..... .. D e O ty ...... ... ....... 28 y 10 37 a
l p 8 .W! ..... ........ .... ..Pla City. ... ... .. ..... . 4.. a
7 8 p............... ... e .. ... ...... .... ... ...
7 ...... ...... .............. M linatee.............. .. 7 2
p J J.. .. A r.. ............ ..... iip .. .......... ... L .
7'_O~ .^WAST I*4 85 *I WEST AN1D NNW ORLIgANS 1 5 6 6
Lv Jatiopnv sole........... 8456 7 50p .. .... LvJiickoivill............ ....... Sa40 p 9, b
LrFeilia la......... .1 o p a ..... Ar Lake City..... ........... ... I1 li p61
r l ...... .... e 1 p0? l....... Ar L veOak....................... p ll
r n .. ....... ............... .A.1r55 pi12 5 p
A.. 16t45................; 09p l 4a ....... Ar Mouticelip.................... t 10 p Slip
A r irk$ST.......,..,.. ,I i20 S ....... Ar T llabasbee......'.......... 940 P 8 26 p
I L i bla. *.............. 6 30p3 ) ifitt ... .. Ar Quincy ........... ;. ..... ...... 4 7?p
A QC mden ...... ... 740 6 4 .. Ar River Junction .... ......... .....- 5 p
r fa lit,. .... .......... 965 p. 806g a,..,, .. Ar P nriwolA....................... .... lct500p
Ar W ilmnlnr ton....--...... ....... 12 6 pi....... AAr Mobile.......... ......... ....... 256 a
Ar Soutbiern Pine%........ 1 8P a....... 1 18Ar New Orleans.................. *.... 12 a
Ar Raleigl ............ ....A 1 465 _#Jc- I....... Lv s vTie. ...:... ... .... .. 8 1 p
A Portmutl......... 800 A lis pi ArM...... r acon ........... .......4........0
Ar tio tendon Va......... 85 8 l2p ..... A lanta...... .............. ; 7
Ar W.iblnarton............. 010 a0 880p .... hitto a.. .. ............... 760
Ar Saltimore .............. 11 g5a 1126 pl Nachvle.. p
ArPbladeli........ ip ....... t Lus ................-SA...., S
Ar*.ew .Yor ;........ 4 15 P 030 i .......8
Oonnections for Palmetto, Manatee, Oneeo and Saraslt
BaturdyBs. from inesvilAe. <- .l
..Train 1No. 84, Seaboard Express, drawing "rooftn Pullatna sl
Tampa', Jacksoniville and New York, via Richmtnopd and Waith
buled day coaches between Ja.iksonvile and Washington, via Riliaf
dining ear service from l'$ac0iinville.,
No. 66, Seaboard Mail, day doaehes, mail, baggage and expres ears be- '
tween Jaecktonvilleasnd Washington, anid drawing room Pullmana sleepers be-.
tween Jacksonville and New York. .
No, 65 oonneota'at Starke for-LaCrosse, Alachua, Willerord, Wannee and.
intermediate points and at Arcner with Early Bird branch. .
Nos. 866 and 57, Pullian- sleeper between New Orleans and Jacksonville.
Steamers for Key West'and Havana.-Leave Port Tarnmpa Sundays, Tuesdays"
andThursdayVs, 1lp.R.
A. O. MAOPONELL, Ass't Gen. Pass. Agent, Jackisonville, FPla.
E. 0. COBB, Ticket Agent. Gainesville.


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Direct Setvice Between JACKSONVILLE, BOSTON and
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Calling at Charleston both ways.
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Northbound .................. From Foot of Catherine at., Jaekonville


tatW wil Stopping a. Palatka. Astor, St.Francis, Beresfoeri (DeLand). aid Inteinnediat
L"AzdiUgs ow Ot. tJohu. liver
Steamer LOUISE, 9at. Ca H. Br0. k '
Is a, iPnted to it l oas low: s:
Levtoot OtiAtrne street, Jacksonville ,. .Tuesdays and Satu.i4ay*. at p.,
ILve .Sanford -,, -, -' ..... da and Thbure a a
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@Meare;A *fd cent& for *oh ad'


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p ,.wibltgl a every )iop'
wk, W0sl. state and gon-



i*lits. PsrMsaotn known to

'.1 ^ OI.rNKii i.W'iLA.


'rps^isohose editor s
B S1! t"***':tran, has\ th
| Ataorn a le mV that
ta40na'a) States that Op
$weisy Secretary of tate '
of orgla decorated hs offio
9 P^v iya'itken orf -s joy
$K ow1i:s o he retiremtent of
*0", Up il from the heSad o
S: l .. 14 y,.."he. W nlt

ripgthe war between the North
Sl it~ath, an tuLteemtbers about
4| a @ Monroe incident. ; He
1HtvM a!wayt bitterly hated Oen.
ei Sotane he jtpt 'rons oh Xv.-
Sforttea*s.
^^ W )Mr. BIsek 1* like a great Imay
$ O0peisons. who tear their
S matter abot which they


R; A Dtaat tha-tuNrthd
ed Bthat theerteanta l dl id
oardone: with MileS ordtr.
an td but Lieritenant M iles
Al e by Serretary etanton to.
'B.-. 10 ow t ths ernt s er ** ld
a -tho r dlSobey Miles, either did
Jl'e dl Ibey Stanton. '
ii, Milet "when the order wa first
hiem, wrote back to aueertaln if
owr-e i .Ws e', Imtperative,' t stating
~r~X4ia6t .wal perfectly dociletM
lit on etaet orders to- Miles to have-
retat earroed out and not to ques-
,tnothe reasons therefor. Now what
g -nB~ifk gottia. 10e .. Miles
S iave, hneit soldier, without the
S-yroeriy, an ddeherves the lae-
e fl every Amtneri ti .t Like the
one map that hA ., en.
"w1 Oearso ago told -thle' whole1
i aUbn the Fortress Monroe inei-
nd every ehiVatbln man ought
e'ou~ethe part he took n i t. The
rter is a Oonfederate soldier and
IMles, In the valley of Virgini1,
u he is an admirer ai defender of

SHow simplei'the'solution of the trust
problem, 1i when Mr. F1i0l handles it!
SAll we, have to do is to let the rail-
t roads Consboidate Mad merge as much
Sas they wiah and then regulate their
tariff rate and.: taxation. Strange
that we "shouMl have tq be shown this
atimple way by one of the leadi-ng rail-
vroad men of thecountry.
SWhy not send the entire navy dowxn
, t-o Pauitnma., throw a hawser over the
hmusl and yank thewkbOle thtng into
A,; t'0pi plans- for thie good.of humanitty
St& w be blked by a little thing like the
i..l sbiansenate? Never.,
-43 Ouron is to havesa 1,00 bath-
-In which to perform herblUtions
Sthevii~tsaWyoaing..-* From -what
E $ heard of the territory we oon-
bthat bout lifty per cent of this
1 Invested in Soap.
-e0foU-ng the r.le that there
6 t~mlovemaking in anoes. the
tMetropolItan Park .C, omataion
Oin to hamptr Oupid to much


'r*owleeovident that tGoutster 'ncss
fully aw.nt the whrlpcol rapids tlti
moatoong." GIealmot iat now under the
ei el a physician, No boune were
brok- ,buat 'ho is partially d-elridou'.
if, yl lan and D mrug Qt,.
d&18 Mte Wi, a prominent dr
"We *$ tj roama.te4 ,y .Dr.(t
"'M


1~1 trbd p w ge 1,
' oll#.Ji Ia Wk liw
a ola, ^( I'to, ^ 6$


Pa koiinag^Buivia||

WhWOen Senator Talt and'overo.



*0~o1140i.1.W tounlty so-
'tb ^ i1wi-th relard. the
e of hskeyl1astsnds~. ",MB,,
ai saouod/ ut ano 6V of det.eminastion
a when he. assumed the 'uties o
that ofc.e; he swo r4 rto ee that the
lawi were enforced ast afaj as in his
powe'i -lrand liei.ldo io; may
not. Succeed in preventingg people, from
procuring whiskeyy on Sunday, but he
will u6o his duty, and it he fails it will:
not e' bhis fault.
tallahasseeari' Those who visit sen-r
ator Tallaiferro's oBoe in. Jckson v ille
now can hardly'realize that he i tak-
Ing his vacationni" Heigoes down ,to
Atlantie Beach for the night, but is
back i-n:Jaoksaony!lle- byoflthoUt B. in.
the morning ready to meet the almost
steady 'stream of old ..soldiers calling
on hi to hehelp t get a pens lou or
an inr Wase, and th 'hundred and ono
other maters about which he if eooi
sui te&d daily. If thih is vacation time
ftr him,tn0 wonder he is known as
Florida's blusinese senator al over tthis
great country of ours. .

Adjutant OGenoral Foater says it is
obligatotyampon mefi bers of th State
militia to attend' the epoampment 'on
:September 08h. This will be unpleas-.
at .'news to some of the boys whose
employers refuse to give them leave
ofabsence. The Sun trusts, however,
thsa ttlere are n~o such empipyeta in
Gainesville,
Now th-e uhageIsmade that a boy
has been tortured to death in a Gebr.
gia convict camp. Can it be possible
that an AmerickanState lashes women
and tortures boy ~rigonere?

'1Beftre accepting theottatement that'
. *peefio for lockjaw has been dis-
oo#ered lot it be demonstrated that
more than one patient has been cured.
Advertising .is the backbone of
buslnevl. Buying, advertising and
,elfing' are the three graces of mer-
ohand isilg.
'the discovery of a ruby mine in the
LUberian Republic may pave the viay
for another African dependency.

In"St. Louis even the nickel ohi a re-
volver is considered g.od for one r!'le
on a street ear.
The European concert is stllll main.
tained, but the pitch is away below
standard.,
'100 Reward, .100.
The readers of this paper will be,
pleased to learn that there is at least
one dreaded dsea pe that science has
been able to oire in all its stages and
that is Catarrht. Hall's Catarrh Oure
is the only positive cure now known to
.the medical ttaternty. Catarrh being
a .onttitutlobal disease, requires a con-
stitdtional treatment. Hall's Catarrh
Cure is take(' internally, acting direct-
ly upon the blood and mucous surfaces
of the syavatem, thereby deitroyinj the
foundation of the disease, and giving
the patient strength by building up thy
conxtitution and asfttingi nature in
toing ts-work. :,Te proprietior have
so much faith in its curative owers.
that they oTffer One Htandred )ollar s
for list of testimonials.
Address, F. JC u asy & COo,
sd t .Toledo, O,
Sold by all druggie t *Io.7B
Hall's Family Pills are the best,
JACK GLENISTIER'S PUAT.
SBuecena'fully Swam Whirlpoal Rapids
of Niagarad ,al.
Buff Alo. N Y.. Augus ,-A epetal
trom Niagara ralls aayst' Jacik eQle-
Iatt"- tanager atated to The-iNeWn


St. Louis and Return
OJr ARF, PLUS 25 CENTS. On ale
0J1-e l-17.tgood to return until June 25th
Sal Francisco, Los Apgeles and
Return
NMtiotal Encotptfment G. A. R. Tick-
oton ale Julv 31 to Auiust 13. Good
toreturn until October 15.
Denver, Col., and Return
On sale June 3i to July N9t. Good toare
turn until A,'ugst 31st.
Through Pullman sieeprnia car dalty between
J Raosonuvle,' MIoeo A tAin at. l hattanooa.,
NaAhvillt and dSt. oui Preereolnlng chair
loar betwen NaSbvlU nand. St. Louls. and
through Pullmdn sleeping Dar dally between
Naahvlllo and C. hlto, 'This Is the only double
trwak' line between Chicago and the Ohto
Rlver. yor full particulars.-tIekets and patMph-
lets address
FRED D. MILLER, T. P. A.,
o. It Brown 1114g., Atlanta, (An.

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North or West?




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Offers unexcelledpassenger service.
Modern trails earryitig Pullman sleep-
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chair cars and dining cars between
Southern and Northern eities. The
finest dining car service in the South.
All agents sell through ticketss via
L,.* N. '
Jowr rates, 'ohedules and" sleeping
oar tC s rvation. apply to
F FLEINO, PFla. Pass, Att.
S2%1 W. BIay St. eksonvill,. Fla.
H IWO NUB S OTlON 8 OF CHAPTKI
0& "'W8 OF AO t)itWDA
t20 rebat ait t'he Alstraet a
Q00)Tw UN of Tax con a
d0AiMted eIst as of
W. ltMt artfmoteo in
x~S for tu deax

h7 Iit=,


-. Ii


nor orwe t oe irl, Marna i'aon.-
ric S2 2 yir -oldayt ato. Wetiat
It ^, au generally believed that
tbeh ta is 'raehnrcIo wile
.the1 w- I0 'oiut for a walk ad then
illed x:l'nelt.. The cause given fr?
tragedy ip\ thle opspostton of Ele
h aly to Leutoecher's at'
tentio i t Mrtha; h having been
told to caae blS_ s atteutlons recently
arLd tiveilp. aty hope that he might
tve 9t lftarryjlg her.
Miss lenach was a clerk in her
brother's grocery store, and it is sup-
posae that -Leutbecter called upon
her last .lg'.it' and induced her to go
for a wal.: While in a lonely locaT!-
ty and not a great distance from-the
girl'*O hIA'tlithe tragedy which put an
end to 'tWo 1tvei was enacted.
Cured Paralysis.
W. 9..BAUyI0. True, Texas, writes:
"My wife had'been suffering five years
with paralyifa in her arm, when I was
peretaded to, Uee Ballard's Snow Lini-
ment, which ",uted her all right. I
have alao us4ed it for old sores, frost
bites, and ikin eruptions. Itdoes the
work." 2e, .0c and $1.00 bottle-at
Jobaon Brow.
Summer ;Tourist Rates Via Atlantic
Coast Line.
Tickets are on sale via the above
popular route to the principal summer
resorts throughout the country. Tick-
ets are good returning until October
8~st, 1903. and li oral stop-over privi-
leges are allowed.
-'For Pullman reservations, rates, etc.,
see ticket agent, or write Franik C.
Boyleton, Obminercial Agent, 138 W.
Bay street, .Jaeksonville, Fla.

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FE, ACCIDENT, BURGLARY AM)1 NDEMNITY INSUtRANE. Repre-
sen ting a lnmber of prominent A "-rican andEnglish company "
SREALR ESTATE AY i CITY rOANS.


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THE MIDWAY
JOHN D. RINGHAM, Propr.,
Palatka Fla.

Fine Wines, Liquors and Beer.

Bottle Beer a Specialty. Mail orders will have.,o. t
attention. shipment made day order is received
Write for prices Goods boxed if deire'

a M. GaiS President B aOW ., Viet


THE FIRST NATI


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SOUTKHOINDO-IIUAO DOWN.. PTOe'- S5-I.
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IORIDA, AUGUST' 2+,'


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ingl hAG i m y -io gea
iToo ght to Com- goldstithe partleuirlyfa ioid itsl u"O".| .
for their nost exquIsite, settings. j M A
.thb Cur8se in iLiuit.. The oipl was at the height of its po id
'" ularlty when the plague brote out
WAS: IN THE LEAD Vnce. Some especially oervat -in-in lle, F
1lividuai discovered Iat whe a p- aF1
.or Se ve. s','trickon inf#frer was t the point of "
.p..;.p : ..Her for Several death the opal, If lie wore .on, would
i sbt i Gradually Gained and grow, brighter, and after his death it
s il Ahead of Competi- would grtw dull. The re.asn for this.
Appears tW lihvo been that tbo burning
Whert Race Was Declared Off. r'ever warmed the stone and that after
liqw ri rk, August 20.-There were death the daamp and chill of the body
.T dro.wd 4rom'eve!y ,eetion of dullled it. But many deduced from d thi
towtemS the great inter-a f ielio that it ws the opal that hiad I I
to itnes the great Inte brought tl4 dth and misfortune, ald
ti~Vn raeoe, between the Reliance with tbe spread of this superstition the
Shamrock 11 today. The course opul dlinedi in popular favor.
K~"ji.,d with hundreds of hnimenso MNaiy person :- would on no account
eamer!, ,flying the tlags of the whatever even nec'cpt one ans a gift,
nited States and Great Britain, and much leos we't: whvit they fooltshly
i tamer was loaded to the gun- (lo'n te lucky 1pail. New Y-ork
SwIth human freight. rP'e i5
.Ihe race started promptly at the courntge -of wiSld 0o0s.
, Shtamrock led the start smartly The whole tArie. orf o lt %l dogs. whichli / -
I''ept the lead for some time, bu tin closely :illhid forms ei to 1e found
. pli inoe gradually gained, and in tho wildlest Jutihlo rnnd woods of
ti least a mile ahead when the Asia, ffom the IHlin laySas to Ceylon -
.. ...e...red..... on. ac.o... n.. of tnil firom '.hlin t to ti) T ti l ru i -- almes
IaJ declared off onl account o thi e goldenn wvolves" l" the Rto1n01 ei- -
etk limt;. 'here was only a light phr ,i now extiuct i, the ft o otsof r
Iae'iqblowing. Asia .Mp14rr show ain hdividvtitl and,
1 TH R O oAD SHOULD GO. 'orporitte coul'lge which entitles thoni
_ .._ to ati hi lh plnt(. 1ai4ong lthl most datr-
,ijrntrlcations From Windsor and ing of wild creatures. The "red dogs," ,
a.mpville Offer S'uggestions. to gve t their. llost charo' etrlste
.:ville, t i ire Ilther In.rge In st i nor do
t,44r, A'ug. 20.-It- is not often they as senbli ,In hrg.> packs. Those
q y anything, but when we do whItIch have btiet frottn tuine to time
M^n. sofetthing. We have heard nitnstired and (li's1-rllhed stiei to aver. 0
iAtdifferent opinions as to wher age oomoe three feet In length from the
1ptible road would be rocked flrst neet the root of the tall.
w6.were so stirred up that we saw TI iine o seldom y ue t tereTis lorent ain
litte or ten, yet tht.tre Is sulll,'lent" evl.
way tq let people know what we detltc that they aro willing and able to S ,
pght, unless we wrote to your dtstiroy ally creature tl hatts thi*s (o i g1 f O
ihy paper. jnnttloe, except the adult elephlntit and U
Jt only .the people here, but every- p re in. thd East End, want the road wlhioe greot size 'anul lethery hide
sartt in Gainesville and coin to the mkp1 t"lhi:i "'iltiost invulnitibloe to such FRIENDLY SUIT
T|e. That is the road we all go, nimie as os. .Lonidon Spectator.
siiied.he work and we need the where d. e work Cnme In. In l,'th.' 'ort Wf Cant' .f ,M.iMit M'.S
and we are very anxious con- I'A'i ..-I only got $25 for that Pb o1.- ini. L i w,, oftl cliu)es.
>rltag this matter. We trust that p intin.
l gee this the same way. Priend--Well, you didn't put tuch
'.' A ^ F\.ir'Ma. work otn t. Verdict .fr
... ______ IT 'Auber- What! I guess you never V \lC t N1
+t%ilie, Aug. 20.-Several oth- saw me trying to sell it. -Philadelphia t er l r iu r e
y4i fr talking about the direo- Ledger. i r lr .
ai't ey want the county public on.e 4je Couldn't Lome.
Pind eked. Now, we wait it where Peddler-Want to buy au. umbrella I"orrtxt an f i t'ur
jIjifiost needed, and that if certainly cheap. boss? i meni o who wilh ito
bt: Prairie Creek on to Gainesville. Merchant--No; what's the use? ,.l will i insititii
*1i, travel that road real often, an, d Whenever I buy n umbrella some. M
1itoOw just what a condition the body steals Iti- NAR SN. .
khltn. P ddler- Well. this one utni't worth
t thought that more of our citizens stealIng.- Extuhange.
60ld be talking this up, but like mni, nPla Inlydent. N. vI.--.Mirt- I.adel ells tIh.- fail,
Iey thought that it would be such an "Bridget," queried Mrs. Scribble, "do World," inane by -ilogMs row, A Ci Jf i
*y tatter to decide where the road you know, why I ana called a literary
,eded work done, tht no discussion woman?"
lid be called for: YIssuin. 01 tintk 01 do," responded vW -, .
tit is not too late yet. We must the mental, with ii despuilritg look at
ii.: ...... --. ---7^mnl ". "--,--- ....---- ----------- ---- -+--------
A it the'way above mentioned, for the room. Houston l'ost.
!k*oad being so heavy with sand Iis
iW ouy thing that. keep us from R . -
F-1ig to GInesville ofthiner.
e.Johnonr Severely Burned.
XsM Ethel Johnson burned her, hand o.i'll .r Z .L;oA l
ii severely and appPed Banner JF2MOY s r.
We.4rhich stopped ,the pain and
the burn quickly. Misl Johmn- i iv ,J oll BriF
av*est at Algonquin TerMrace, Roch- j1 I' y h) t '"
sinBores, and i'the best pil'e cu re.
i ffj, W. Mc~oiium & C0. i
I HORNET'S BAD LUCK. Re ,, r etaterda JobI,
" to (irhea of i Br-other. Editor


ItfiHgh S&pringe Hornet for the er-n
... Ceek. This is due to the serious OUTi 81-)E-IQUA It
*to 4 of 3 J.Seter,brother of Edit- Hghest roarket prie '. + forhhiklk. Egg-
i.se" of the Hornet, who has bee-n i r o h i-h
Sift*,tlt eondltion for several days, ;t Ctvpn rf I A. (^r*., 0u.Flour,
l!tor Betser h.s been constantly ..l.ED EXPENSES pt e O r m l t Vor
Ikis ele. at PRIC' S. and paransne
$ vitthetanding rhat he has ex- > very retail ierc atia t m ...... '. .',. .... ... '-..... "... -
gtsjeire*ry effort, it has been im- have a aiore as well as a istock liAJ iEiX.XW6S3
osble for Editor 8et.er to secure and pay rent or It eta-t. ai | 1
pon ,ispaper whieh a Jlasingo1 thia l1eimt :H regreets trairsportttou. %etitage-t r I ta
...eeedingly, but o. pes that by the 4 o hot of tit,,s-. H cannot ,t <


9m f the nets IMisue nhe halt nave D E PAF
nt e ltheaalong without t tbti. Tey W COTTON DEPA
friends of dt-r eer symps wetimes caed tth' "Ii COTTON DEPAF
> ith Wi ma iobth do ibleieon. ebarp-l of the busnsh. But
tter u- Q"bayvicgall-00P4 6s those epeaes dosGAIXEV
a". t r-t btand the
(te pale aid -ow aid the n oot brt>g a.Ios-
AM .h ... as I IG S PRICE PAID pOw
w ho is bls ?In i h 1b .*e c 5 b.m ,e 't I I o r l st .a rg. o r I

i" 'i o *7t **. *- miad*- by ltt4rv o" wire.
-s the i iOltndt
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.iafl~^^fij.jft^ u ww3^~^ A "iwir te^ oftt' if t rl&^ l 'k^ l ,^*< Ctttarlk fOl" M V -1' ^^."''*'^ .''"^*b'^Mc'X W^ **- -'


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WlE TIFS 'CREAM
ER MIPUCE


BA ARIP. St. Louts.


.. ii4inesV1 ille
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SGroceries,
I Fertlllzers.
OAI t0VI",L FcORLODA


atd other l'rt4ueo
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DO YOUwmAsntW.towN
buy untiltyou have ai
money, I keeinob1
ohamtre._ S*ovd-tu4i
vrice. clI ol or F a
Wea a Th e tI"lser
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MathusliekPiosW.
NOT1O) FOR SWEETNESS ANO VIltt
TV OF TONE, POWER ANii
DUR AtHILITY.
Bt le phtno for IIti tryt 1 on1t90 ate. wat '.t
oane loongrir toian ot r, i'i ruii t '
benlisterhiaw.a iniim ui ti, l j i. < artltl
workmnan tp o~ t obtain 'l I
Vi t dttaW In every
det lll" lt tfll. t u '"''
8old4 by.u ad ti OVER THIRTY TWO YEARS
without ttlaglithMture. If vm"
want a ptahlt or a llftltttn d
service buy the-
Wlathliu'ea I T,
Prtoe asR low 6^a is O*athiasi t wia t ;q Camlh or on e iy toiln. 8 l0, 0o n16 dt4t "W
trial We say e hiirt, Writr.
for priC TODAY,


Ludden& Bates
Southern Music House,.
,AVANNAH,- A :K:
JOHN D. MURPHY, Mgr
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Farminglmplent

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BIVI"O$FLO )IDA

dtoJ'IY* ( Y 0g.ltmber `22, 190. *,
g*,l%1t A c e i n,0 t, Civil EngioFlneering. Meoh.noiaA
SeG* a To ,earcoours i MeMhabfoal Arts,
a J pMorto f a ctld' z W*#t. A, orepuratory course ot oe or
o esw 8. 1 wrtite. A*'short course of five weelcksi
S t e e a orered. Thr dormitories are
V tko ieago u rr O orllfr :At*R every effort, to In fus Into the su-
a t0 t r v elopment. tne Gymitasla.
VVt te3rmn oaut ore.,-L-byreb A timii. mi modern buillifis apd
.it R4" Wa Ao6 r turit co.tees.For catalogrue address
T. Ia RRis lC.^ h. P, Pre sldet,, Lake City, iFl.
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lt "uotliher olto, Weu i 3.il
bi0 sv n l'er'6,iie90
rzi0 tMim ad fevon ,.gallo1 "wegi
or" yh .kyp Th" e il !tiolt i: uot
RNi 40t* to *ltmelair. l)iUngton
tiy, 06uth CairolinaA n du 4 h e
ied n frroin tD~+ck iery ia dilte$ry,

a*r ( oteroes *U. C oeaody, s'1tin, A4l
+.' "The llqttou1 h.. bmo: iu4.ei),
voF3l te m st *I0gle, otbA
S bi beeaspraised adi d e 'riJltIsm
'riehda who w iM e o on the.W boo4a
Od m ooy ia Ao0) yorn th wite
ta4. o ,*Whit sbto0 o. aneh0 apar. be
rator ot:a wt;or to tt:us ad wi .i

Ae *ttel .Than olde.
"I was trwoubied fBr several years
i dltiA^ tonse snuenton an~ n rKulab
dt'ebUltit," wit^s I, J. tilaen, of 1an-
ast*fr, N. HUIe fo raedS helped me
uitil I i began u wielsg t4rsiet Blet0te,
14..whih did rpe Ot*e good than 'all the
diteelievr i edO bhey' hlkve
l4okept lly. wIfW n 41tefent health
for yW10. She says leobti0 Bter.
t spleisdid for erttible troubles .
ht they are a fraid tso tld (rs
tratr for we&a tn dow. t or' .
0 either medicine oi tka itls place In
S family." Trf.j her0.' O
ttaioni guaranteol Bt a a
tMytry a urrounda ShOfMtgtBt
,Le- wst, 4t-d 1, irlyst. Iis.tO
K.'E "' now ."***?
wa. lih sand 1 isttly ItUyad I
Mast ninih. wtlethe he bwrvf
as a redelt oqf l qhawreB b^ettw
1I. ott E W iurd.4 a mexx
I Iart.tery, w bo was otly a
o tM 4hootla* or' mt deail
1. .ot know B *on


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INSURANCE


PORTER BLOCK"


GAINESVILLE


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eO aeneral a In u*,gs bae. v y andslOrelen and Ooss ioa
T... raeo0uA of banoa, ha era. peao ta roews13iB2fbanit and others
*IrVs6lv 5ofarable termA. SpiceI IAIt i ,o 1 W in r ooleIotns on a)'
OQosa iapoluno I the United aStiae.


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TROPICAL, PINE-APPE TAR AD i
Is back by mo e tia n a .iaion
dollars of Floridc, capital.
-It cures Indiges9tio0 ad 4toia .
Disorders.
It is a pleasant To0ic; givespp
4 ---titean4'lngtheThe ystm.J
If yourtruggist des not. hapfle
it, write to the manufacture Cur
Sor.N on .ay. .
TROPICAL MANUFACTURi N'D.

Note. -Tropical Pine-Apple Tar
and Wineismade m the
the Florida Piine-Apple, ,in, Tar:
arid Grape Wine, & is absolutely
pure and a true tonic.-Ed..
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FLORIDAR ,LARGEST AND.
BEST YEAReROUNMiOTEL'
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O atiofr yesters.

*iigh. Low. Cli
12.26. 1225 1;
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10.08 9 98 M
69.80 r. *
9.88" -979 1
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i g1qo Markets.
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128 125 123
9 899,600.


some very .<|Il the bs
and once i ata whites b
e uauaUy Efottn bta by the .-tal
oew watched at li hor by a .na. o.f pat-
the ented umnuery. It he( ateal & cbhe k
as. of-i5 cents he is iughtt, yo 6tt 5.:

ose alik resort the pro(pletoe. bi Mnd po6s-
2 .25^ po L o a"1 qn ofn ho e 9 be-
O7) f7or4 ac:*'^ ttfe1'ic. A't t^' the qtue-
i nO tion of rtght or wrvmng I say no-
0:80 Put prp*utly."7' wheih Sj gior P..jom *ep
9,77 turned his bh;ck.- thc tont mnan emiptted
9.79. full bettci o1' the t n't i th1isky llnto the
wsishIng trnigh ut dr tlit bar. It w+a
o0rtitit itCevt 'tI2. 1That w. his wy3
oa t of get; t'gi. "' 1 Ivai inforlinl that t
Ia thte usual wI y of x'.asitilnAg ai Insult.
409 from the pa..ri.stor. T'.: irure stealiox
1h of W1 cent 1A I- ; i t.li1 t-tr when the
bar inan Is .tth tr"i -1) thouanda
1's of dollars' 1 rth C. if a l
>1 la noit to he truil:,4 'Il l I i (? how
Is he to be trustee d wl\ iunt--New.
34 York Press.
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rHE MANATEE SECTION.
|,y Settlers' and Round-Trip
H ne Seekers' Rates.
3esbbard Air Line railway have
11 the 'following attractive rates
4eeratidenitown, Ellenton and

,or' Ohio River GateWays.
e,t- ettlemr' tickets endorsed
S8B,, ,.not goodin parlor or
g tr, t o'he .sold to all points
0. 8. & W'ILR.- R. and S. 8.
f-at rates based one-half of the
mi# flmtted fare, plus $2.00.
oIf Ibe o+4l, on ihe first and
i4tyil of 'eah month, to and

sekOlers exoilurlon toikets to
ato@PalmOetto, fIraiden-
l teee a e1o and Barasota
!tat0i14) ai one ftare, plui
r roiitnd tripi. Tickets will
.*|h* first andt s hlWtuaT it .t-lo 40i W N including o-
S .ti:, i.08 with ftoal limit
"ie 4yjfroom dtte of sale.
ti.be Rpood stop.over on.
.Ia thlir e railway, on route on
Miotr y;' within. f ftmen-day
Istl.
0,board. Ar ITLino railway
ied some very attractive aid-
iiOmrtter, eoverinl i hse rates,
isbinig distributed oextasirely
.t..rth. t'akt nd alorth-
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IPebl~." l .tgat Mr. wKhe, t11
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Grwaiaamar ,a sild .Vr.tin. 1 .
One day Julian H{,awvttthi'nl.3 wa'V v-
plinfentilng a c'rtaii wvrlltr tl oi
wonderful facillity tn Hi-s hmltrditl
wordsa nnd ItIn Ls eoiaistructloi, ofvu
tences. "*ou alre ni ikt+ o. Ptite,---
said the tdvelist. with a twinikle, ald
then added:
"'How do you do It, anyhow?"
"'I don't kiow," replied the. writer.
"You see, I have forgotte alt'tttbat I
over learned at school tVcevpt that the
propoitlIon goveriLs the objective caIo.
To save umy life I couldn't tell you the
differencee between the present tense
and a predicate. I write by oar and.
,4on't know any more about grainimar-
than' a cockroach know" about paint-
ing rosc on jugs."
* "That's all right, my boy, that' i11ll
right," said Hawthorne dryly, "Nio
man who's a purist and a nimater of
style ever knows anything about grarn-
moar."
110ow BrlIiht Joined Cobdlen.
John Bright's account of hoV? he
and Rtihnrd Cobden came to .Jolui
forces against the corin laws early in
the last century is as follows: '"I was.
in the depths of grief, I might WiMo say
of despair. for the light and ibnahaine
of mny house had been extinguished.
All that was left on earth of ry life
and of a too brief happiness s lying
still and cold in the chamber above us.
Mr. Cobden called upon ae, and, ha v-.
ing expressed words of condolence,
said: 'There are thousands of houses
,in Singland at. this moment where
wives, mothers and oblidrep are dying
of hunger. Now, wbhn the first parox-
ysm of your grief Is past I would ad-
vise you to come with me .and we will
never rest 'till the corn law sl rnepeled.'
The offer was accepted lnd the work
was done."
A Quer Foeattl Rft1lm4L.
There Is a floating island in Derwept-
water, iEnglaid, not ftar tfro Lodor
fails. Its ttraveers are vrettlcted to' al-
ternationa between the bottom .of the
lake and the siurfnce. When moved to
retirement it snks and remain oin wa-
tery selusion for periods wbtih vary
from a few months to as long as seven!
or eight years. Its existence above or!
below water appears to b deteinlinmi
by the pZreence withfn the. stland ofC
gases whose quantity governs Its buoy.
ancy. Esthwaite lake, in the mine
neigbhtorhood, boasts a not lekm pU.


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4-8-02.
OkHtN IN JACKSONVIL 1 :
-Visit the-
THi CORY-STAIl 84 LOWO A N I OOF
GARDEN.
The be t. Liqu.ri4 i 0heAolty Enter-
tikinment every night _Jt Rooi Uardoei
Theatre.

MiN AND WOMEN.
UH~UD! t- tt ,,r .r u rfttr
S~~I lt 111i lll loUalt,


Willltl0 l + ,a Tileroi.
5.1,10 \fttll I wr.rr-tlB i p .
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W..F. SEE-BA,

Wholeale an tail

LIQUOR DEALER.


V yur t fllu oU1rt* old M9oiigrriaw 11*-
iltey.- ximroemvrpWflu, r- ..
rO(r kill artss old Maryhldtl ye
WIfik4er. express prit mi -. ..I
Four botps M Ca eio T'ren'i-,ee
Sour nIashh, iMxpre ml* aI ft l
S .fO FON 0PRI04 L0i
*W.F. -YEII\A.


$4.10
$4.20
$4.25


o10 W. Bly at. -Jacksnville, Fla,


zling Uiut mwe amenablesl.- tlatn I "7 v' l'j., ....
,has served ais aferlryboat s to conMuct ARS, R. 11. TAXI lasigvrs
s* erUe Ii B. TAIA, Miastser.
as mani-y as, fifteen pertmss at a tin
across the bosom of the water usol -.....
which it rides. RATES REA1ON ABLE l.ThaI ftlst
A ua.*"wr iePer&. fresh and salt water fishi t, to be adlld
Sir Edwvrd Runssell's record In the in Florida. Fresh ildid'alt sitteorbath-
w Was i i ^g.to bohadIahai hrt iItl! .
way of literary work was lt article o 'ojt. thake lthe tritl t, tLrootkwiell
Matthew Arnold on the day that great and drive over no Ritayport by private
man died. Sitr Edward bad exclumir .onevyai$t. f.i2awm
Infortna-itlon of the event, which .hap- .. .. ....
peod on a Sunday. lie did not got
ha work until half ptst 7 In the even-
wa-- "--' KBH&TONE BAKERY
llzw, and was necepmry for-t-dli to- KE S TONE A,
catch train at 0 oclock. By dint of
dictate t bi eretary and writn Rn .CiAyiR, Prop.
himself, Ibel t etb oup% tor egrer> Grra, pt t,
article of a ooiiunn" and hAlt- d ad .
two colintt 5r wit-bin one bow I' fie i" .' i"O. lti W
and' tw tI in tSuc. a fiat -. p
never en esoit t. . '
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A hbtgtlad walt l6 lIMAert IC MA. CAKS > VIM
ser"e Max O'lI teia dtmw r and when j V- l. #_,.
Mprwved asxplta : it tto be*a-
pactaailt a f 'lql sgaSgta Bootaues tDelitred 1 Al 'Oru-i f City
enO ...-e. ^l^.\ ~b3 e ett -* *f *t (iMfts
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The NORTH and WEST.I.. in "Tht. S.phir Country."


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Dally mediate lPoidnto Do iy,..
12:87t p in Oala, Leesburg and Tampa, aftid 8:40 p
22iny alatkl, Dnytoena, olitsvine, 4iay

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Through PallAl smeper Ponor- ra to Ow York, a i I "p
Lia aso vi A oast Line auand thern Ital)way,
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tSo Tha tHenTl te hso htidty of chd rate nd anppa
Io, Tapt ..*H e Who ft"' t'Vith so vlut Ga,, to4it e:aSle or Revisit hi old hoBare.and
,it .i.... s :.Spteref' of 1 ore n pa l. .Roomt. &Agunder IAraon Hoexecte tl,
l.. sure wth Cus Isnl s & liJsll' fr. ani)t, $. aon. w. rpsnrt today
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siess. atD qeerp E. R iatrg.oS, an., *en 4t Wcon .
s f the os Lin Learn to bey and watchmaker an cl
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apt. wer visitors t a vile yesterday or Sale or Rent.-Grotto h ave a young
Lthe city on s sie Hnter 'of mnof ood habitsand some Hotper-
Judge Syd le0 yesterdayy pssd rong the ofty yesterday en oio sot ille, wil takeod man ate




^ 0..Oealar^ w it..\the olnmwended by fellableand responsible
l. tR.ot niSat orOl sd re ene assalesmanWo must i oe well rea -

M, of track's ety $#sterday. Hew en route.from partile.m Those who don't mean 'busi -
Sos sretned from an" M~,bol", where he has been on busi. ness and ar" not willing to serve two
al trp to aeOity, Live ak ant ness. He departed in tlihe afternoon years need not apply. Will gfive board
t' .he. .p.. t', fo r t. Augustine. to begtn with anid" will raise every six
IS^^... ^ ,.A- ..ha." t months-if advancement will justify.
John Ch8snut has returned .from r, and Mrs. G. W. Tanner of Ala- an or writeF JOHN G W New-
3atsoniv$l~lewhere he went Tuesday chn& were among those who visited the berry, 'Fla. daw l
toapmpan s wie ho w-at en ay yesterday. They were en route to ',Captaim George M. Lynch and Prof.
rotte to Saluda, ". h s t. Agusstne, where they will spend a J. Henderson Opffee departed yester-
oW. W, Olyatt of Olytt's S"atoe dayortwowith friend. day for wTrenton, where they' will at-
t.trdansaotng e sntey ln Mia Tr!le frees, a charming teidthe convention of the Suwannee
W|.S rt at business in the ime 7 .i|s.s Trie- Rphves, r River.Teachers' Association tomorrOw.
,thatsecton Hereports heavy t d s, in yo ngsady of Alachua, was in the city Both Captain Lynch and Pr6f. Coffee



S the interest of that institution iysrday Mr. Thomas has and logic
S.Mrs. Leon i'atchelpoft.High. Springs accepte.. a position with B. F. McCall, ,____.
passed through the city yesterday en the' naval stores operator of.Fairbanks, "e--, --- -
S route to Palatka, lre she will spend andS has already aSsumed his dutes.
a short ime with friends and relatives. After a brief business trip to 'this I
Sa gamel of ball yesterday after- oty, J. A. Abrams departed Wednes- .
nooni between the trundle-bed teams day night for Mioanopy and other :
ofi East\ anid South Gaieaville, the points, where he will remain several
East .ialnesville urchins, tfeated their dags. He is now located at 1J4 Main
OpOtents in a'score of si' to two. street, Jacksonville. ... .
W4hen you'want s~hselo that I mild Dr, E. H. Pound, the. dentist, ex

act^ Sals: i l ? daznertalut tO pets to make his departure this morn.
3. e abts .gori Soo la" for Jbk vle, Where' he- will
druggists and. tet inee companies open offices in the L'Engle building,
S oDowalldepartedyesterday corner ;Bay and Main streets The

New York. He wifl beabsent on both slonal field. *. ( "
bulnese and pleasuone,'and will remain Cspt. J. N. Strobhar and son Noble,.
in the metropolis about two weeks. and A. Ford returned-yesterday fromn
WhiteS4prtigs, where they have been

I P okingo has returned to his spring are very high. This a cou tnted
S homein rlando This younman fork their early return.
,, made many friends hero who'regret. The ursinn to t. Augustine over K
is 'P. *'lroci has returnedto.his
td his depart'In eveprery I A an inh.Tisuranaoe ut er d
S man he isd a succeAs the Atlantic Coast Line yesterday sas
a h well patronized, about seventy flve
: Attorney T. P oyd of the Atlantic people of this oity taking advantage of S E t
C Ooast Line, with headquarters at the.low rate to pay a short visit to the heoUpot Store On Eath,.
^.Brooksyille, was in the oity for a few seashore. There were also a number
hours yesterday, Col. Lloyd is an old of passengers from High Springs, Ala- *
onfederate soldier, and manifests ohna and intermediate points, and al- -
rea.t deal of enthusiasm in speaking together the excursion was a floancial
Sof that bloody campaign. He one of a4ooes. s,, iA
the most widely known attorneys 'in r. Moje Allen, of South Fork, B.rtgais n1 All LlUn o.
th Florida. t..,ayshe has prevented attacks of
S. 1m Whit holeas morbus by taking Chamber- We sttll continue to sell Seriveen's
liamn it e, colored, was ar laln toraohan Liver iTablets when genuine retohy seam drawers for Me.
signed d in Justice Oohnan's court yes- a h fet-anAttahk coming on. Such at- Brt Tlu th gn
S te.rday upon a charge o'f assault. This takes are usually aused by indige-s Mennen.a orated Talcum, the gen
Share was preferred by he George tion and these Tablets are just what is uine article, lc.
S ahyarte who alleges that Wh ite satruk e o elanse the stoah a Colgate's Violet Borated Talcuni,
yf.-,s the tleasht hesru Off. ,_the --approach ng -

him with a brick and threatened to tack. A-ttacks of bilious olic 18..
S hurt him if he did not run. He was may be prevented ii the same way. d
t "nd $ and costs or three months on For sale all druggists and medicine roie Salt HatS TahiS
'th gang. The ne was paid and the ompane ,,
"defendant releaseed. Prof. -uilitms, principal of East You can find just what you want

ler o Mi ndat night. A n t ray in the city Saturday in the interest of flats that were $1 00, now 79c.
mmare of medium sm. as lump on tho school. The Professor is a No. 1, Hats that were 7be, now tr9e. i
one shoulder Tcased from collar, teacher and executive ofoeer. Hi t ha Hats that were 50c, now 89he.
S Bridle itleC with are was broke at no superior in, th) State sanedeaotor Hats that were 2S, now 19"e.
S head stall and tied with round leather and dise.iplinmaria.. iart seMsn wil Hats that were 15c now 12e.
Trading for the mare. Willt pay reward ain"usat.y prosperoar o'he. s"Morn d s.
Sarrest of thle thie. Any formationn S4 "inary than were ever enrolled in a ......
Iva" ske about her will lu e tha; I k futll receir ed.i o ne se sio r sof t nitory o s
t-i i. o nu e f er a2t0briesf Thoem who -d 2 r Cent
"F. .' Se*a Ar tturtued their studio there ospak Ia


Mesdnases F. b. Alexander, Ananie he higast terms of the coure t O at t were $4.90, now )S.9>.
8tringfellow and R. ,, Stringfellow, study and the teachers employed to Coats that were $3.50, now $ ,*.,
,udt the latter's daughter, Miss Olairt impart the knowledge. Thba term, Coats that *ere $2.60, now $14.9.
B Btringellow, have returned from a 'whih opens In Septeber, wtill be no .
'visit of several weeks to Henderson- exception. The faculuy Is b6e of the
;,ille.N.0: The party intended ,avra tr Enltst, iutalleetually and pads-
li'orihaibetcipar longer period but gAiallA....he State .Pa.bal Al g l telt eris sad
Scame home on account of the illness of boys and girls to educate will d0 well gPs*]s ....... i itc-. Ters
[rt. Annie Stri fellow, Friends. t.a omuthioate with Prof. Gttilaiasb, y tlia. If Wn we. .:
however, will be glad to learn thatth be a oaalogue sid .ad t .ir ehl.. ,

Y f.p&.--.-1. - m `..- %* ,s". P-


ls sbeqs^ delayed p! Vffll : p? Sp
^hp6t^ iot the Isidust & R
^adkdcville. This wil atto to
ora 'of tickets the adva ntae at mire
time in which to send aaine-t.
Boy Cured .f Colic After Phsic's
Treatment Had Failed.'
SMy bo when four years' old wa
taken .with colic and cramps in h
stpmaeal I sent jftr the doctor an. ho
injee 4 'morphine. ~ut the child kept
getting worse,, wI hen gave him hat a
teau oonfi'l of h mberlain's Olio,
Oholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, and
in half an hourhe wae sleeping and
soon reco.vered.-I. L. Wilkiha, Shell
Lake, Wis,' Mr. Wilkin isbookkeeper
for the Shell Lake Lumber Co. For
sale by all' druggists and medicine
companies.
A HAPPY MARRIAGE.
Mr. J. H. Truby and Miss DIli4eDuke
Quietly United Thursday.
~here was a quiet 'but happy wed*
ding at the home of the bride's pa-
rents, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel V. Duke,
306 East Liberty street. Thursday,
morning at 11:3. when1 theircharninifg
daughtk ', Miss Dillie, was united to
.. H. Truby, Rev. M. A., Olonts of the,
Baptist church offllciationg. The best
man was A.A omrimon of JAcksonville/.
waile the bri e was attended by her
accomplished sister, Miss Maude D.bke.
The wedding was of a very retired
nature, only the family and- a few h .-
timate, friends being present.
The brjde.is one of the m at dharrm
ing and accomplished, young ladies 'of'
the city, and has many friedns.
throughout this State and section, who
will no doubt read of her marriage
with surprise.
The groom iira popular and success-
ful traveling man. He is traveling,
however, for a Cincinnati firm, and
makes his headquarters ih Jackson-
ville,
Mr. and Mrs. Truby departed on the
noon train rfor Oeala, where the.groom
was called on his regular duty. They
expect. to travel through South Flor-
Ida for several. days, and will then pro-
ceed to Jacksonville. 'It has not been
definitely decided, however, where
they will reside.
To the happy pair The Suni, with
other friends, extends hearty congratu-
lations, wishing ithem many years of
conntbial bliss and happiness.
Escaped an Awful Fate.'
Mr. H. Haggins of Melbourne, Fla.,
writes: ''My doctor told ,ae I bad
consumption and nothing could be,
done for me. I was given qp to die.
The offer of a free trial battle of Dr.
King's New Discovery for Consump-
tion, induced me 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 saved my
life." This great cure is guaranteed
for all throat and lung diseases by all
drugglsts. Price 60c and $1. Trial

Attention, Odd Fellows.
The regular weekly meeting of Cen-
ter Lodge No. 11, 1. 0. 0. F., wll be
held at the lodge room over button'ss'
batk this evening at 8 o'clock, at
which a full attendance is desired.
Visiting brothers will receive a cor-
dial welcome.
For Over Sixty Years
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has
been Used by children while teething.
It soothes the child, softens the gums,
allays pains, cures wind -colic, and
is the beat remedy for diarrhoea.
Twenty-five cents a bottle. Sold by
all druggists throughout the world. .
Qlaners artn Ice Cream.
The Gleaners of Holy Trinity parish
will sell ice cream on Mrs. Phillips'
lawn this afternoon at 4 o'clock
Isabelle Patton, Frank Wodemoan.
Faust Whiting, Armna Evans, wiamle
Oannpd, committee.


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Special Reductions in several

grades while the cards lest.


MATERIAL IS 'ARRIVING.
Work of Paving South oGarden Street
Will Soon 'Begin.
Material is being delivered prepar-
atory to the paving of South Garden
street from West Liberty to West
Union, a distance of a long block.
The material to bL used is Alaclhus
rock of best quality, and it will make a
very durable pavement,. outh Liar-
den is onit of the most largely traveled
thoroughfares in the city, and this im-
pZ,.vement will beippreciated' by the
public. D. G. Edwards hasa. the, con-
tract.
Nearly Forfeits His Life.
A rumnawuy almost ending faailyH
started a liorrible aleer on the leg of
J. B. brnor, Franklin Orove,. 111. For
four years it defied all doctors and'
remedies, but Buck1pn'a Arnle mi Sal
had no trouble to oure him. Equ, ,
"oI tor burns, brOises, Skin eruptf|0
and piles. *at iilI drug atorO'.-If.


Summer Dress. Goods Mst


Tv Jr VJ W IW6l OFFPME-
p $eecs* RiaKeSmar DresPPBas**s werdr 4saad 4eigt.
salem ly..
W Ol, werth 80 a&a We AX. .....
pleees w.rt SO ad 20. : el

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(South lidI Squimret
Hair COutting. Shavink, Sbampoohis.
Hot and Cold Bathis. ifrst-class work
and oourteous attention. The age of the PublUo .earneUy. soUoled.


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