Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01959
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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 25, 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: VID01959
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
lccn - sn 95026977
lccn - sn 95026977
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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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'E8VLLL", jv AY, A GUST. 29, 1903 CA'TEN C.


)*eh 2 mal
reaA d blng Ined


,.And Priph hr'hiSE In Turk-
*frklal' Ie itness To Proceed
| ItIt.t^* houd becomee
a':ry '.. ,
i August 1 (Frisdy)
t -a la viltyet of Ad
'ch' #rted in the sub-
fS^tr1k Zillaseh, 32 mile*
~ readings east-y
S' 4 iljl"1*ere burned
e the niogh'borhood oot
b I* 1Ve q tie Russian-
k hl rI r m n urgent de,
H i e* .t to Adrianople
ttq9end1 the Austrian
^ ilt4.try a^ttsches to MonD
gtMhe fcti*s about the i-
b1044ee Aropped for the
^^s t*aOBse,4 sd alt 1n not

hI U 'tcz *h warships in
ae In readinAes to pro-
4top in the* eveht of IIt
oiies ary f-t them to do sbo.
Uoutrawt vth ttih Krupp cow-
ar qk-ring Egun receoutly
t talvolvQing an expendUture
00 Ttwkish pognd4, Is not Im-
S 0oapeted wikh the' present
in Macedonia NeBotiaCona
einftct have bexn proceeding
dbablia, howver, that the con-
t te arrangement was has-
] *pogiblity :of- Interpa-

y.t''e notorious Kurdish
ef, ho' was responelble for
tf te. A^MMeUMa' outrAges s and
-6 elast mo thh ith s9vea
biuh .chiets ftrusm Medina,
We ..they, hAd ;ben, living in
I oon .recaptured 'with his
;asan d returned Bt Medtila.
V.l vice consul at BiIti,. Avlat
i.r:eporta an Improving situ-,
ie. ArmBenJans re meet tran.
the 6bet d0ipbiitio0 prevails
the Kurdg and Armenians.

i Sefzuie oif Ambedrgrfl.
iWash.. AuTguwst i .-Deputy
) of Onstonoe Thomas R. De.
F&iatspeotor teOphen A. Brink.
,d.ay selsed1.00 pounds of am.
llegd.- to habd been _tolEn
ofa thee.. days ago The val-
Stc^ retltpa is at the present
W. mak .atet iita ; at i$30" an
thaklc the seisoire wprth about
'There ie no 4tut on the
loas of the stag ae4 the ealy
,t ;eM. bi asstn ,Ig tor ito
S'here wttia.t a"i regfipter Is
Os atolba it the clsarig 15 trule
bl aila t4rae u t

Young Bey Killed.
-Al4, AUgust 24f-The
d son of Jack Taylor was c
lt killed at the bfonme of J.
a tarmer, near Rockwood. Mr.
*. WFlaso were awau. fro home
klaa Taylor, with evers'sl others
iRthbor boys. met at the W sog
*isng thbeioeOlv by iinapping
i wte ayt eac othei. Ygou n
nm In another rootem am is
4 to bave taken 1stld4 o Win
iltn, and tll tog the gun to-
w It wash* the ad blow-
as hrae. id lodging t te .

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ki o 6 sk ofrse te t
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^ y?' '*?*..^^^ ^^*' ',,.'.i!;:':;'.'* .*AN *

Census Fgures.,, how .Ra ld Grewth
S' In Poepdatios.. .. .
Washington,. Augiu t -4, c".Ctenui
bureau has published, as a bulletin, a
discussion n c the Ipereae of populf a
tion in the United Statee as shows
by the emnsus of 100. 's The primnel.
pal result of the study of these flgrex
are suxemartzed as .foldwa:
The increase In. the populatioAt O
Coutinettal United State., that AI, the*
United States exclusive Of Alaska abd
the recent isn-ailar a cceions, Was li,-
046,861, or 20.7 per cent.
Orily one country, Argeatina, ha"
shown by the most reowat Sfurea.,
more rapid growth.
The present rate of growth In "ea.
tinental United States i s eattlrat
as double the average rate o* 0u,
roe. ,
In the decade 1890 to 19t9, for thoe
first time in our natiouai hlst*ity, thO
southern states Increased 'faster thaa
the northern, Mast of the Mi alalp.
pt, however, the northern state as. d
group mor( rapidly than ;the asouthetm,
but West of thet Tiver the' southern
states have Increased almost two a.'w1
one-half 'tumes 14 rapidly as the north*
erm, and It is this fact which makes,
the growth of the south ae a whole
exceed that of the north.
The region west of the Mississplpi
river t still lncyea4ing faster than
that east of it. The rates of lncrerass
In the north and smith dur"ting the Nlst'
20 years were practically the "'ane
But In the charioeter of this growth
the two regions differ widely, there
being a relatively uniform growth
balsavce In the noath between a lower
rate of rural growth, and a higher
,rate of urban growth,
The most noteworthy result of the
entire discussion, it is stated, Is the
ouriOlative evidence of the rapid aps
proach to equality La the rates of In.

crease of various ports of the Unitedi
iates. T i appeared' wstaher nortla:
be compared with. outh, eat 'witl.
WMbt, 'or city with country.
fdrP A r V V t s u vin oan ki

i I__~~_I ____~_______L______CCC*ICII-------CII _i

',ria rmy e vera gns tv vn g4 '
Francisco. -6t.te Towaro Unification of Jewlali
Bant Prnacliaex August 24.-The Ra6e To Be Taken,
homeward.. migration of the Grand Now Yark, 'August 21 The great.
Army veterans already has begun. The e0t Jewtuh Zlonist movement In hi.s
adjournmnent of the formal session tory w ll, open here on iSinday and
yesterday was the signal for hundreds lat for many days. ayj ait s ispabteb h
to pack their traveling bags and The Anierlean from I.;.,le Switier,
scores have left on trains for other land. It is certain that when the air.
parts of the state. The only delega, seXbly which finluides most of thu
tion to leave In a body on tits special men of the Jewlsh ractv 'ho have be,
train was New York, which Will returti cleo Illustrioui lIn the actif profess
home via BSouthern California. A ,Iftus and finance finally separates the
very considerable percentage of the great MovemesnMt "lwarlU tv*O. tlOleti
easterners w*41 go home by the l nsa e of the Jewish res. will ha t taken a
route. The natural charms of life atliJAtlc itep tow-ardi rezlilatlon.
In the Godoen States have been more Amogs the 1,100 delegii- wilJ be reop
than many of the veterans codild with. resentatlves oi every country in the
stand and at least ifty, it to said, have world.
signlfted thetr intention of bringing- It ti said Dr. Haral, who has re.
their families out mand anaklng their hWruId to Bilse after a da 4s a' t-iyf
home for t a future la QalHfornia. in RuaMia. will, a a reiuu of his cr n,
Soi= hbds otf ftsmil-es will not re, fMornenes' with leading J>Atltt;al par-
turn hons at all but wtll watt* the .onage: made tamportant r v*latlomn
arrival of their effects while they seek regarding uRaii's attitude toward \tbe

a deslrable location. The heavy
movement of the visitors homeward,
to different point will oonttnu" now
right along.
Cemetery for Pet Animals.
Boston,. August 24,-A project is a*
fot by the Masasthusetts le.cty
for the Preventto of Cruilty to Aul-
male to establish in oeo a cemetery
for the batl? oft pet auntlos and birds.
Subscdptionm are noew be ing olicted.
One Masmehbuetts wOman s savings
$600 mairbie iafultot rented on an
lasind off the c,0ast r a dog wbieh
recautly rged.
G0uld, invwtor, Dead.
Boo A ut 4- or
Gould. mnaofcturtr of ptaua, il dead
at hi.* boweam Byyu le V
r.11ted to Prot*f#A MaWMl. uavtor,

caused Bunaew.lt 1ro n0 fw YOw
ago... but be puime ot or Iw vt
tion With. a ylw a Vm* a te is-
watkm in ra e -rhle Sau reItele
Ven thu a d*y st hi eUL

*Ak to, Is MTa*f*tter 3

:4^^. a~i :o t
llm o , Timwi^ ,tt.*


rmet'ong Mwauveol'um.
New York, Auguit 4.---')e Ias Iai
been broken Mt lblnebok coflittery
on the Ha4ou. for thoe evew4.t a the
msueeoleum a -. thio memory -t Oi m.
eral John Arttrong, who lat 1 I and
ls14. was erveary of war 4t *4lti'
tpotoetlary to tkhe uOrt of VPitwre, U
l binog ereted by Hmnry RBoomkMh&
Armstroog and Jnme A. Avrr. iai."
two xsraideoni of thl old gs*r4;. Tii.n
b an loot "veott In thie m~eut the, .r
Oiosne i John AMstr is b his tuWly lr
great graso4

Ft.;Y Yer. a* Countorfefter,
Sfa Prraeicos; Aust 2?t--ted
sltte sIeret Ue vv Ar*ttp .ha
eresedw tboh 3v14e1 OWf 5 -veat @
a batch e f. eot wnterwt o r *" .p
ty mb)tf sepn 1
irswn. laon wi 3. '.Itt. yr
.l4, wait*. t b".e u54W 11 M
friMng fr 1iB gsietr j ;,a of P

o(~ ~ ~ ~~~- a<


to the state -ptSd*ther tr Sas lif The I C4%lN#. MnEtg
%erjr' whitc imng 4e9ms 4o seeds i S1450 tli
esene OA VWtIll I * '-
0eb 771*
57~wnw '4

_ I~ :_~ i/l


Ne|res 'leetng ProntV Barour Coun.
S!ty, Ala.
MnoTy', Ala, i AUgst 24.-A
well auteaienteed., rneor rt'aohes
6hoe frni'lar'bour that tere t a prac.
-tlcal r'ae war on it. 0 o ]o-t ion o6
the dousnty ands a a.raia r tt negroe
Atre t1iag drive out of the county by
A prominent cittl en of Barbour was
,in the city Thuraeay to Heeo Judge
Jones, of the Unilted States district
court, and ascertain hwbit maethlod
could be adopted to stop W'.Itteaplng,
whith was seriously jtotnorlizintg tihe
labor of tiLe county.
It ti understood that .J ~me JonWI
referred ts e Barbour catMty citizen
to the. gQyvrnuor, saying: "I do not
thiak the fedwal author)l~t should
b0 vileod on to do w tti:e state e6a*
thoritWes ought to-di. al ai .Lae I 1-
their power to do,
The Barbour citila wes.itto the cap
Itol to Wee the governor, be0 the gor
erno being absent "t.t a~in l t Sprianga
the private Aecretari -t Kirk Jack.
eon" promlased to lay 6 Z1te facts 'be"
fore the governos- ioiteat'tly on governor's return to. i pitol.
,arbour Is the io|v n a own county
ty, and it is undieretQq.-;that hfwill
take .trenuous measures to t'ing *i tb
guilty porieona to julteeit , turlhpr .whitecplag in fthe ',uptty.
It i sailKd that the labor .nu three
or mo-o "large planfation" In Iartbour
have been ru oft by whitecap. and la,
bor generally in that sietion of thut
county where whitea'a.plil i said t N
tave occurred, la generally demouatl
/,tzod. .-,
The cause of this outbenuk against
negroes in Harbotur i* niot.nown hero
But it is said t0 be due tiomrle overt
idts of nigroes who havu iinLutdl them.
selves obnoxtous to certain people of
the nelg'hbortood,
Onlhis return from 13lount Saprtingl
G-overnor Jetlka, It i tin u r itood, will
institute a vigorous invSl~*4nt Into
the charges amd take vi:Arbi measw
ures to top whitecapittg. .

Pt-rv of the Negroes Concerned In. a t
S rice Murder Caught. 01
alMwardavile. Ala.. August 24.-lFv OSLI 1
of the n agroes tumplicated in the nuit
der of Oonatable Price.near Palestine, t t_,4R, i f .
have been arrested and are now in J ll
here. The uegroe' have beta arraign- PwoiB ~]y'aV I i,
-d before a Justice of the peace and
remanded to jail without hall. THOUSANDS WITN M-V
Other negroes implicated In the m -.
de., t It said. have tied to Georgia. rrom the Yards of the o W atl.i
There was snme taIt of lynchin ip and Enne uidin
among those who lived nor p the scel
of the murder. Sheriff Adamis, how. Giant Armored Crulsew Ist L i anhW
ever, got bla prisoners sAfrly vlaty aul, Di tlngl)auhied Party P.reen6etl
the' danger appear" to havo passed |'
?verythiug It qublt and ,it napproehn. Philadelphia, August t 4.-gAn oe
alon i8 felt. ~ on which will. he -memorab0e tit1 h
Constable" Price was killed hby tha history of la state transpired toda'
ne40oro Bunday on the grading woriW when .tbo. liagnlt armored erUlor Pef:j*.
of the Seabolard Air Line. ntar thi sylvania waS lunched at the yr40 of
Georgia line. Price, who had a war the Wtillam' tQ ip hltp and 10tl;
rant for one of the nogroes, wont to Otiliding pany.. The weather wa
the ratlroid camp, accompanied by a' peraec.t. .
friend. tbe.rve It. Hlls afriu made Under th prow of the Petyv*
4 remark th some negroe,. who were wee erected a tiibtr iupratructti' '4
gambling. They roisnted the remark-'i f-ron which n' r ty 1 ,000 e0a6tlly in -.,
and gathered about the whitt mana. vited guests wita*~e eb '
The no )rotsa soon opened Oire and Pr ong.. .
was instantly killed. From the ma(i stant f059 ^
e platfor tipohn Whlie aloQo th4-
BANKRUPTCY CASE ENDED. chrsteettAhi party, 1 M1II E M*I; Ci '-
Q----uaal *Qtat. ett of USe State
Mar Emm.a DIlon Assumes Obligal tor Senator Quay, t i'# ,pontbct S9It<
of Me~klan Company. atora Quay a.nd9 PkrQ. GoV~l.
Qadrdlari, Alp,, Aulrust. .4.--Thai Pernypacker, Mayoer 4W v." $'-
bankrulvytety. a'.te get against the A4mitral SIgslabeo, Untti* t( ||
Meokian tiV ia cqyany have been, ftear AdtIlaral ,M'elvwHi, I.Ut
ilmisetse ari the original oiliprn and navy, retired: OthraI ,H. c Po
offittors are aat in charge or thy prop wln .8, Cramp,' and i 4'oItt*t3 of I
erty. di .es,
Mrs. TOmma C, Dillon, who first at a On the at.ain sta.iins e M -
tached 'the plant, ha plurchase.d all of itN' pronlinnit fteits from Wat
the Indebtlfne.ss, which amounts td ton *tp w4tton1iylvalia t!t),*64
$9,969i;., ani(d has taken a not,grtgacg various iiv'q, c.t liBbWi i
on the plant. After the ladi 4 S Wgi
Hubort-T. Davit, as trustee foe r th, i n atertalnlo at iiN $
attorneys, has been given' a nmortgagg' % The. Pwunsylvan'tri \pip W '
on thti materials andJ flnlshedl product a twin ieroww, vrtical t'tt 9th
Tor .$560. This takes care of all the entitestlis hollers of the t
Indebtedness, and place 4t In t h which are requtieud: to b Wo..o i
hands of Mras. LIllot.I. It lI ;hoped that spoe4 of.' .R knots s(0 bo0t-
this ai the end- of the wagon oomtpany hours, The coinesi ae *ti"
troubles, and 'that it will now take V to bo c llective indi ntetdh?4',
start for 'the better. of ga8o,00o. The : oitract plica.n
The work ti aid to be th mostn the hull aml machin -moudernly equipped of aay In thie outh, ship Is $8t0.000.

Important Decree Hls been signedd tl" Chicago Lawyer !Ig MMeVS MM W4lN
RePereneos Thereto. *Fall yP i
San n Prazli o. Auguast S4.--4-Unit State. District Judgle DlaHiien IM tiodd y "ay that t1*i e b,4 41*
United Satst CitruK .otrt JUg64 plarance at W-altos MIQ
Morrow have signed a deoree ratlr Attorniy Albert WNa.,In tfet
to the ismuance of writs of br. hbo o be"e taa4Tw
pus to Ob-uneee sekng 4m(adateafoi te b. who at. igutUa
title cotinry. Thi will settle onofi j "
for atll tin imports t 4ueation ead rai aQb:re ped fles a
"Ieve the govrmrnmeat qf many *Ox* The pit loner,, .w,
tious delays it moat Jordan, MI
b a tlo W itie there ia" be*o a a ld. wth whelt
fteeftl in federal circles that much, last se. -. bThe. i
fraud has be" pXerpetratedt the smult and battoery~I
landniug of .the 'bM. Who csla ta: Aocordllg to i
bie attt.. o ..-..y.the decrt J lust am w**at to PeTa r '
signed no wi-ritt will be uIsod les tur t, o Tallott
the petitiea for it it accomspealed by share lr ientil
an itrl of the rommuisetenOr of itm 'mored. -ThereRi '
mllratton slowlag th*t the eight ,ota, e0ta iSte thels"l
'land b"a be"m t10ud to the Veton Is row acro l 4 b15i
wrhoa tbealf tam .writ l to be. i0 wis3, Sily, o fw 1d1e:U
S-hartf, satordtig dlto R t." Ar.
... oRD MSALIatoY'S CONDITIONt. t s l mtel oes-- of the. as i i
e id.e of Great S atO. n.n Memnto(I e owimtBinWWl bck to baiW
ify ,Expec~td. ,e *i e *e IU tt dlllal-edft
L.ndosn Abige l4-,-orLad SaOMMtrl he tn w4 t hot ,Wl. :
reilrt In e- the p ,itrge eeid ie wha t bapgeat 1 the a .', i
U:o. l e aa not ramlilsl el> tie ..t w nM ie~l.dw gy h:
relap e at o'clocktt this molnbg fm t, he lake h' '' w ble
L There was at no eetteable ap..t t Wi': t water, fiel
the cHs~ttina of r~d Sa^lteriy, whe leew ;Mr. ermuio t be sW
waM betlag kept altve by oy ,. mea.- *b-i te b tk 1i
* 'Vie famll.y was a tta k a wire15 ," '* ;' =--154"- .
la sa -4 -li .la aparlu t for t.e e .Tee lttfli BenV ii "
pectd eumuon, to bl4 tr*wwll i ou- e. Mr s
dheyl alg al as ..... 41 tea , S

d.* srlneAt io here *i A^d,,i Q." '-.... 8gu14
taIse" aWa t ng froltei a, the .reir 1 isr .,..

7l-eaime. wa st eta* a ai ,m.uSe
spe (l4M -s Cagesf~m sj>4 ar** as **a :^ *assm ;^|jte




.;h* h .

-' a Iy e :wi O P Ore. "
r a t4 0 a 1w e r s

tPV1to. -way plae d*iOfe+lro tolI
b i mean A gres trhyig4

0 don4 helted ,
io hi on the f.....l

Betti Thn Gocl
w t ,oubi44 fir se4le"',.l years
SI~ eirOnia Idigestioun and nervous

nisimg lectrio itter
d'41 d id mmate good than all 'A
lliqs 1 ev *hp used. a The ."

ams.o 8e a Zlec.tth Blairt
raMd -t h0 and in-

e has pleased our Heav:en'
sthew, toil ail;wle providencea
49 pY. tropi our -midst ind'this doe
44tus he counsel of a true d fheld
d J v oled member. 'r. .' I
be it tVerefore
led.' That we, as a board and
Idivid~ale, bow in humlbl ibmnlqehen
Slnat and epl
.te.os we ha-ve sstained.- And
)be ift irtimer
1 4'vd That we exted -to the.
Ab ren fa"ally our heartfelt sympathyy
.thus their sad hour of.,. reavement,
St a pae of our records .e devoted

P1.of therese lutdole be
r initted to the ram ;ly, andalso
pubJished in the dallyipross.
-W ItlAt B, .HItnoi. -
'MINo B. SAUNo*Rs,
Oxm,.oa .-B. BAslmY,
0bmpittee Board- of Deacons, First
iresbyterila n hu rh .
'. Not Over-Wise.

Tiere is an old allegorical picture of
Sl s epll-sared at a grass-hopwer, a at in
t i Ti!. of hiedlesslyArelding on a
sa.li This l paralleled bly tie man
o'"I v,: spends a large sum of.money
S.buleing a. ey1one olla r, but neglects
t -provide hls faniily with a bottle of
b.erlain%'' 'lt. OCholera nd:
S ibilhrroea. R- i hmd as a .safegta
S sisil*nt hbowi a. ohourplts, whoso Vo.-
:4 t ti eit ntumb:e dime ofI theOedloueot
-rhundred to 1 Vi i in serv.ery-
where e onismed as othe m osit prompt
and reliable mediolutoIn usae for these
fMinseises.d Fo .tue by all drumisti.e alnd
i, edteine deal t "e.
,t^ _- .... e.. .. *"
umnmer tourist Rates Via Atlantic
"-. Qosast Line. .'..
Tickets aro. qn sale ,la thn 4 aborS
rular route to )he principal summer.
0,0Sotts throetghotit the coqntuy. Tpk-.
are ,good.- returning until O6toier
L s0oe, and liberal stopover privtr

Gm niaelaaalleldte "18 Wa
l'4*ntPow*jla atonoat woeW
406'"^tpi wnnmed hMo h yln

bodiabtiege also the e praeliee of .AoSag,
thisks exa0ly ofl tite, hae wom for os
as a people a i^arge tOestilt ofw inos'
ttat aweq-U. 0Bit, c :fiie4 to. an ex-.

*kldent tQ eve ork arq often'pot so
znp.tw thme Vileti\Q of overiork. as the
within prearranged limits of tipie. t
any one.try the expegr~ient of doing a
^sitron tf of wprk *teailyo and4 with
gpptestiota1, ha4u wit~oiutt uotilahg lty
bl, watciq 9tl r hbow quicb tihe he is
^coiwn~ivqg d -h will be amazed to
*iBt bo6 pichb eaniehatw will go th
whten ha s tipatg htmeeIt aud pchein-
pg to te pe bedi tak with
p ixed number of a.nutes. ..
W' fat.'. m great 4deal' mor9 faboUt.
samtary matter. tio :.our, atherS ain4
ttow^a*loroe 'e.We 'have .cncoctd
gaided ha visltations" Of Pro"Vlence -we4
ow Imniow to be pi*eventable, and we
'tak. suitable means, of preventing
thnes:" ih theea dliscVeries and new'
reriedies ought to dltnish". the death
ate 'and io. promote longevity They
hav not done so, as a matter of feo,
Pirhaps they mglht ,do So if ,r I bad a
fair chance.. tq tpionbte is that alolnp
With these do .:lea for lengtbentng. Ufo'
we ahlt~pa1ing practices whch tnd
t ai.te one of tIe most weabo -
Iptoa these8ii t4e habIt oh bringing all
etahls of. our Work within exact time

e .. Nme iot.
One dry a mother'f ouna bher our-
yeftarld Alce paying with oi brick in
tae parlor. a ..eeo,
-he threw It out ow doors and. turnlg
to the chiid t said i nif you brihg another
brick into the pvr)or mother wl! whip
Shortly afterward e she again. found
the child playing with a bricks and,
looking t her reprovingly,' asked,
"What dUd mother tell you leaboat tha
brwott Alice ti" .e
"Vell, this lis't another brick," said
nthe child. "This is the one I had be-

i X~jvoe tand the Doetov. r
o.It would be well If in Iegotantloail
a.th ab.iew to matrimony the doctol
nwere to be ilntd In 'as an ccese;ory to
the. god of Love, who ii proverbially
blind and therefore regardless of coin
-sequenceo. The family doctor can do
imuch to prevent' unwholesome mea.
-.tiages., 'sd we look with much greater.
bonfidenI to the fruits of his teaching
Ad plersuallon thian to legislative en,
look. ..
aetntent.-ritice.h Medical Journal.

Anyewthi.man who takes a sea voyage
hymna aboard ship except at the regu
Iarl e uund be morning aervtce. Sailort
ithn longing htymus at any other tinie
i. btouid to bring had lucnk. It l ao
eba.d, tig oy, ae having a par atl
aboard. which is reckoned a sure tagr
that tiwe ship will' go to "Davy honea'
VOdker ." "o-
'0.* ,llik.rP ,gtoskln. .,

g atutlateo athe, l this tae." :
Why, yteon havleutt evn fouuia ae
,Important wlew' a reis.- ya

that no innou:eflt p.tW0n ot going to rst-
aer. -wau ingon ser. .-

14t. ."f *7.S.
?ot r hagezu sWnea -twiated 'au
I*t.bed' we write ob thc. pad whInh
A s tb.e mniehz ot oonvetAtKia with
t.Ui deaf and do-Ato yoiusth. -,Ar O

6S Vav dft q noop ea stae tt)
SVialia-ll, aim, the yo

onWe of ,yeoldest axull Iesen reou ark.
1,iTs Rnti .leiscan edtw t4'u
* tihfW&ttIathis e4 t Sair.t' sesyls'

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S and fofte a0 s tln of t,
,.It, yj ( b pffecti oxnp eel 0of no 0
TOin the ay antd rO6 thao t In*panant-
4_ingfN h night-. ,The miad to AM tr
;01ria'^'effect of Swamajt te aton
4uIc 'itstana8 the 11t1^ for It was".
41^ Ied anediel you ld ve ath
hake sample bot e of this
WO id d discoWt
inave,w a mW t- I' I

m aot it, bth soon
*b t I br a t lmr 1 iiAt ....l
4Co~.. Blharnton, N. Y. Whsn wrwajti matn
tlon reo41ng this generous offer In this paper.
D!.oVt8 make any mistake. bI t remem-
e" p naoe, Swamp.R rt'. KMtl-
m~t'8 wamp-Uoot, and the ad44wes,
Bt aito. N. Y.. i every bottle.-

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Rwit the
nrof ,Lne was
lin* hit sub-
Oilds As auual,
i peaslxig man-
Soit"b od the large
4ttlve teachers:
g. were ftll of
~ 4 tions, andi at
e w heartily ap-
U at the meeting
in every way.
ibout three hun
the program
6etigb, btt instruct-

g istiutI n'~rpulrtthe woods
iicaeiiso the election via-
#te l lth at in some in-
k hrs becomee necessary
si4tl".i pone instance a
isp ie mpelred to go
a t'ia l.ofro"s a field in
asubot!isis what Coffee
t *h has not verified

SOsd |WithIut the Aid of a
4 Doctor t
us p :roI a hard' spell of
(pays Mr. T. A.
g A own: merchant. of
SlosecId one small
gbrlain', Olio, Oholera
ih .e edy and was cured&
Stor. I consider it
oedine int- the
io teed of employ-
Sth is remedy is used,
,a poribe a better
lronbdren or adults. t
& Is pleasant to take, For
druggistL and medicine

tatry Has Been Added to
wten of High-Springs.
completionn of the plant
iSprings Ice and Light
otlohet new and important
been added to that pro-
i nd apindlutry which is
eome %f great commer-
i.Vfasa turned on to the new
itrat tiae yesterday,.and
was found to work very
y. In the, course bt a few
platnt will be in constant oper-.

pasity of the plant is ten tons
kiiAnd "a cold storage with a
o:ft 200,000 pounds is another.
^whisehwll proe a; great con-

thyilsians and Druggrits5.
&Stigeon, a prominent drug
lbky Hll! Station, Ky.,, write s:
'We; requesied by Dr. .. B.
io send for,-ertine (qfr,,the
M hto ustomersi .We cyrdered
eiis Decembeelr l nd weo are
ap Herbitne ihKiis glp spoch
S#tifatio that e hvo dri i-
Iisorderthres et.iu, aid .tay
li e lall'n -othb i order.
rli04o h ...KI Hrblne,."
Sat ohnsos 3rp'.

Se-.toer o lTh :8uitina :cam-
hk- Jua. A. Abram h"a. the
Sof:.. *i.dig Stiaday on
wrka.n lvi hetguBlwof N.
I*;, who enjoy the reptltion
Daine of the most hospitable
oPwl4a. Mr. OalHiln has ear-
fmed this reputation, tor no
,vis lsit hlI homot who does
Sewith that impression. .
i ha experienced a most
ll ,s iof.ras faU op are
-]tl e T!Pisi t*
| id there is overy esdase
t hi place. This s.amone
| oo aerop ot'.ota, itTeh
| prsJolSl. Be haq on bun.
1 fty prte., front whie he

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W Are. tow a aI
i ntanif I ta tn
g are re tg.gr
to ndl we it fw,'y which +a
thing beea0ew`.*`nIwo,,
good for us. la .
take hirW, as, a.we perc4e It R trtia
Terrestrial Sphere. isfa saenWig 0I"

lion, '" it never last., becutese;;t .canotit
evfoer tht w h east no the it to .hdwet
For that wlioo p-thit iS, aowlhr. 0 it0
6a4thea ai A l ad the m.l sa ofTh-.
deaert ohf lfe. i appIbut re aIinse
to alits not fei ayd whio i a e nto
good for ui .
. I~dpftjie.s, a -we perclye It ti. tR

o' terrestrial --heto cryl ka tl m1ioiwn,
wlon. it n ever lastI, because lit caueot
It rk0ver satlsati, becauAe it -8 4ot wa46,
to satUsfy. T\t\f latnd of 91 D6a rLutb0
ehvergs so high a t tihe bil a eOd .-
tile., ratal ta-lrgana, the mi. se of.Japl

ley Magazine.
Tdeer it of i te. Happlu f.
In 17,2 the rage for ruffs, such as are
seen ouil uaawt monumental etBgiet, b
ann to dechAl. A writer in the Lo,--
don Chronicle of that year says or ge a:
tlemen's dress, /"Their ~4fta entirely
cover their Wrists, and only the "dges
at their ruflles are to be seen."
It Is pnid that n distaste for ruffs
was first'created so far back as 1618,
when a. woman'ti nied Turner" wore
them on her trial for the murder by
poison of Sir TIlomas Overbury. The
French revolution of 178T much ntifu-
oneod British fashion, and the pictur-
.esque co.rked hat and ruffles then gave
way generally to round bats and smll)
The period of their final disuse can-
not be easily determined, as men of old
fashioned or eccentric habits have
worn' ruffled slif-t frouts within quite
recent memory similar to those which.
according to Planche's "Htistory of
British Costume," originated in the
seventeenth century.

LiMcoln'i0 '.eew.
As a rule. A braiha a Iincoln's feefs
were less than those of .other htlwyers
of his circuit. Justice Davis once re-
Suioustrated with him and insisted that
he was doing a grave InjustIce to his
assoelates at the bar by charging so lit-
tle for his services. From "180 to 1800
his Income varied from $2,000 to $3,000,
and' even when he waS recognized as
one of the ablest lawI ir of the state
hlis fee book frequentW-si ow charges
fr $80 $!' and 1 fpyr advice, although
he never Went into curt for less than
$10. During that period be was at the
height of his power and popularity,.
and lawyers of less standing and talent
charged several times those amoaunts.
But avnrlce was the least of hist faults.
-"The True Abraham Lincoln."
Wb at Ht e Ii Wort..
"What a curious 'hulhit we have." re-
marked the street car philosopher, o '
saying that a man is worth so and so
many thousands of dollars. I know
men who have many dollars who, Judg-
ed from auay reasonable standard that
I know. are not worth anything at all.
It is rerreshing to heat' occasIonally of
Smeon who do happen to be* worth a
great deal even though they are
rich and who are anxious that people
should forget they have money and
think of them only for their qualidie;"
All the same. It always gives mtae an un-
pleasant turn when 1 see a man'* o
worth put down in dollars." -- New
York Coimtmerc'lil AdvertUeer.
A oivlnek. ln Ildelt.
It used to be the privilege of Au-
tria's repreuotatire at nny conference
of reproeseatttlvea of the (eCnAan
states to snltok, the others refralning.
This was supposed to be an acknowl-
edgment of Austria's supremacy, -At
the first conference that lismarck at-
tended as Prtnmin's representative bhi
began tb puff smoke across the copf'lj
ence tsbi* as ioon as the Austriasd dip
lomat lit up. Tbat set everybody pres
ent to *smoking on equal terms, and
Austria's supremacy got a blow.
i 'i e. wuas.4 iue I-..
lh- -If yoO Insist upon it I suppo. it
is all over between as, but I wish you
would return my lItteri.
ne-Why. YOU s w- It afraid I shall
akfte usea of them to your disadvan-
lie--No. but 've got myy eye on as
other gir, and I colGni$ u*e thn wirt-
tog to her. ykelw.-^exbaw
asir *..sme.
"I am a sitr maid4e tina." a d the
proud l14tul. ---
"Wel. you as al rtbht ept as to
your beads; esonawtow the other part
ofe BonnvetyetlB.. .
-" ,aow's tiitf" '
*OTbe part yTO *ti wits ist ot of rp*
portion to the part a thi"k wlt

Laserns4. IM,*v .

acts on the i
S ver; cures Ch;4..
4i4d Fever, aid every fqrm of:
+ :Mlala~ tl'A, lito4, Remitting anid inter
hitting PFevers, and, by going to the seat of the
SUttble, works permanent cure.

W e. Sale by J Ohilson Bros.. "8 .

(c'.u'stvietY FOR.MAL.rE.)
Twentieth Yosr, Beginning September 22, 1903,

v'ColW piUR-YEAi OU .RSJ'- AgrTleclture Ohoeilstry, Clvil ntilriioxrint. Meolanmloa
l gwi1erlwir, O .i ta l SI oonoGe ,$44tti s.'n t,o 'letti c oI., wo-. *)ar course In M teotani4rlal Air:..
On- *eio oursenI t Bstualswlot! u draphy Ind 'i'lpeWrlttlir. A >repatrntory iourtse' or one or
WO, i. rgqlired.ltore t oSLa tim .uoah b epuarlkt on. A alhor o tourlo f i ove woeeksl It
M*rie=111t erortiorUl5turl cnbidu-te oouraatm ea t' tr RiiqSO i rft Tir dornilftortie ae
ui4der thi at s. Supei V foti Of ilistruoitor,. wh iahc ovoryQ- ffort to Infue lno I t ntth I
Dt<'!p t i>Irltwl Wih leaatloith iet or f l.t na n4o phy*ioni deoveollionuot. Finoe iuintisinlu.
IRe lAtii tand eorr"eoUw i i reti. toio at)fs equtpint. TuiUooi ..t i<> *ia Msudent. No tee. 1e'or ntiloake4 t1l1Fa.
T. ,TAIilT IIt E, E, I. I)D., Pr ialdent, Lake 'lty, hi.
_>11 ii i .ii iii i i .r r 11 1 1 i. i i i i -- + : .* "* .. ...- .L - . ^ -

, irat eo ir lit W
i vet0r..

SAbstract of itIe

A aphnlcathuiouht

SAnd mat)e mlconern
1 lIliho rofouptlo of u-n
f t ceeled tax eertlitattis
: 4 tethd topromptly.

I GUARAg" Dlll k:

yo kA I0N2 .i* W to

JAs. M. GiAuAHu., President nuo. W. Hlpw,. Vice-President REAL ESTATE
IOH h P II KS I I8 l)NA Ii. -AN K,- Itct imntl aHr Iw
hle thankll *for- a 0 eltdi
4TorhaeInsdi .....
appit l. .... ..: .. .......,...... 4 50,0000 00 L I M URANU CO., takl
par*l 0 to t 4 o8r4 t rasiof
.Surplus and Undivided Profits... 20,000 00 O 1ia use and ivaJntiilt. "
Do*e ex t4alvly0 i abl buan7asl wi l ities e aollltl so aly bank ln thle I*s*ti]st Sf t Agelnt for lit hs Wheino
the iiaooUn OfhkrmfrS, tMrohnt,moeorestlonm, seo. IntsrerostlsOwid ad FireplOif lRt:og.^
by e olai trransBal t. Anil buAluose draiuim d promiptry. '

H. E. TAYLOR. Cashier.

iainesvilleo & G ul Rattway Company


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1 WheA alurtbus made anel
ihibut What wold thepe p
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about 'u forkly l it ne
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!eSt Colubis lade as oe
A l ti was wondered a w
t but what wotiuld the n
ts'dfay have thought of tlime
^ Brut'w ic pasow folel ows

r herewt ast'r etc

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tmKhuolt aboutI qtlokly ita tdiane
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Jr Aoby a sonot .l*towns, ea*ndi|
4' d 1ate for g'veror'.J itIfs f ue picture
0ifri A l rge d o$, werip t tporion"t
:ollar and dll eorat4 with he PI ead ade
a.o d features of Bob ,Padsf 1 Tbe horpore'
atawts.pop- satlon dto" thus pictured w represented
9nsb; $t.55 as listening ta"i'laglerdsvhonoaraph,"
V .wee-the Tea3.d and udfth the whole ii thisp
-to legend. "Listening to the votce tf hlis
1r iAiha mamats-ero" f
t All this appears i y under the.
ad nowB glaring display typ : head of the paper, .:h 4 sh "Ohar-
Ity to all, enmitityto~s o"' "In God
very Men. we trupt.' The whole) l*sp)kes a picture
SatU in e grotesquee that it w hld be ludierouts,
SSU4 Osa- were it dealing with' a matterr of less
N i aI.mportance. I .
Referring to the publication of this
cartoon, 'the TallahaseIn says edito-
after.,first really:
kipown to tiob avia is a man of the highest or-
-ti i t in ead- Ter of mispeneEity like the Father
: .ai. of bla country" nd many of the other

ragrapheic -men by h(s own indomitable energy
it in Jao- and sterling worth.
ed dowt Thrice, ba he ben elected to Con-
. ow rem, and in that body of great men
Sha bebs me a power that ought to!
make any State feel, poud tq oall him
nces that e rpretate. All th ha ben
.ed c.ii '_. dorie~4t0,out an a loaiculitsed to hbritsk
ep o roah upon hi' and no4e has cotie
.teeen "to po D him, until ha aoainoceat his de-
b favor of srae to cloe his poHtclaeoareer as gov-
Anot of his own bttloved State., having
arrived at that Otgen, n life when the
seclusion of his own home, with a comv'
friend in fortableilaw practice,. lsha more faioeina-
r of Sa. tofta for 'hinm than the glamor of public
lor ana- irer
a *a.' rImmediately he is set upon by alion-
hip wohv tingent who lauded him as congrees-
o781,000 man, but In whose, wa he abeins to be
ast a gubernatorial can idote and the
most vile charges ate meae, reflecting
upon hias honesty go a represe-tative
evrille la ofthe people he loves, and feels 'bon-
ne kind? ored in serving. These demagogical
hers have tirades were exjpeoted, for they are the
et d and onlykind or political warfare some
no .v, aiu people know how to conduct,, lo
not even But.this coarse tbiust rom's; fellow
blio play /aspirant for the high Hlce of gov-
ty of iat ernor was not anticipated. Iftua eh
base thoughts canker the feart of a
'man, he is supposed to master them
when he aspires to govern' a great'
,000 thi# State peopled with a. great oonstitu-
It foroate ency, and uf forth only thoughts of a
. more o ity nature. This cartoon-,
e conf while it may make some people lavh
til orn- will rake still more of them realize t
rton oall the absolute unfiteas. of the' Ho.li
ill ,uide nha~s, ion oe Brown to represent
t l" a them as governor.
i, State A to thv last paragraph- in the ar-
be d e tilee tlake from the Tallahasseean'
The Sun cannot believe that senator
er hme, irowan was aware of the publication of
mnued the vile cartoon referred, to. We have
y known h-An intimately for years, have
always found him to be an honorable,
upright gentleman, and do nob believe
gg stand he approves of such slander of a po-
onderftul ltiMal opponent. -His son, the editor
people of and owher ft the News-Letter, in' his
teat per- efforts to advance the political inter.
Woman, es of his sire, has, however, made a
h,0fo serious mistake, one that Candidate'
419s- 9 Brown will be mainly held responsible
i earkI for and. which will cost him many
an biyle votes. __ ___ e
minrning g o rr.
lanaitg a ieUMORS O F Ar DICATION.

e. Mrs.
, and she
to grab
up. $he
ling onto
uaght the
wer broke

4 Th..only monument erected on
!J_ t ern soll by Union soldiers to the
mttbmory- of Contederate dead who fell.
jr..,4terviee on Northern battlefields,
tids at Camp Ohae., Ohio, where
Stwo ibousand, five hundred brave men
who, wore ihe ray wee' burled. many
:-t then unknown, Recently, Col. W.
-H. Knaus of Columubus, Ohio, member
t Enoamapment 78 U.nont eteran
Segion, opened a subacrijtiod among
Ila comrades for.the purpose of erect-
the monument, and it was quickly
toesatil. .The arch l +20 feot -high,
.iA- the life-six,4 figure of a ou.esr-
4e soldier facing southward is o mar-
|l, It was Colcnel Knaus who tea
yta ago, inaugurated at Camp Ohamse
:.imorialt and flower service in honor
4haso heroes of the Oonfedo racyai .d
ese hasiasted many Southern fasnlies
1 tint-g -the reetin:g PleeAs of lowive

Sh,,To"t-ul many ar t4A ,, hi. l01
'Bll hiti m ea s .w b

8aid Franctl JoSoph May Leave Hunl

arjan Throne,
'ica. Ag't:. 24.--Htumors are
eagIha in circulation of "the poseslhllo
abd(Icttion. 1' if1nperor Fran,"is Jos.eoph
as kin'n of .in;r rary beatise ha is tired
of t"; coiltnimuomn polltleal strugKl
PotL0 Austrtan official circles and the
Hungarian opposition Triride the re-
ports, the latter believing them to be
jproad by the government with the
view orf tducing the abanmdonmnent of
the aggressive attitude-of the oppoti.
Private information trom .Buftpeat
declares the emperor is not ready to
grant the army conceialons demanded
by te HuugarlIans. -
$100 Reward, *100. "
The readers of this.- paper 'will be
pleased to learn that there is at least
one dreade4 disease that science has
been able to cure in all its. Stages and
that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure
is the only positlte cure stow known to
th" medical- fraternity. Catarrh betnit
a constitutional disease, requires a con.
ttltttional treatment. Hall'sa Catarrh
pvue' is take internally, acting ditet-
y upon tite blood and mucous surface
of. t slTtenm. thereby destroy ib th,.
touotdatidt' of the disease. and gIOttih
te -sent etrngth by building up ithe
Miun aadaOssistinS AWaMr lto
o$$lA?^tA : ~*p~r~~;hn

-A rat Pan
K a~t so "for
,thht b) s ithe.,
fip Op idle-at i or agreement toh
at.raI ,i. absIooutelIy, af e. So *ta
'O 0Eders Ibe interie ot4he univei
1tia44 ihe ^ maer in wyhiob is fe *:
.ot t bf the s "osdal, several pf e'
majaortly rmeMber or the board at
,trs1-e1a 1 been' earnestly. .iworIg
tfor tontime .past to protect the Itn
ittiot by bringtig about a cha
Tin t e e.isdpy This adjststp '
f p e ote1ied, w hill be entitply by the '
jority embers' of the trusteesI atH
there hs been no consultation w tbh
Mr.Selet(en on this point."

SPresident ,Ro.evelt has again shown
that h intends to make the regro the
soeliv4gal oftthe white man if it be. iln
his"poewr'to do so, while he is; presi-
tdet of the United States. Hia latest
action i+ Btirred ip the national capi-
tal a i 'thiinnk else ha, done for a long
tihe, .few days ago it was intended
to give the white children an 6uting
and ype mission wa's granted for them
to have lhe gr9cnds immediately back
of the White House for their play-
grotnd,. Some of the table furniture
from the White House wan to be used
for them from which to eat their lunch
Iand trle Marine Band was ordered ,to
make imqsic for them. The managers
ot the outing were delighted with the
arrangements, and the little fellows
were lt th.i seventh heaven of exp eta--
tion. When the President learned
that only white children were included
in the program he issued orders
that all children, including negro
blildren, were to be given the same
privileges and allowed to mix and
mingle freely with the white children,
and eat with them from the White
House tables, or else the whole thing
was off. That settled it and the white
children hunted other quarters for
their outing. People may draw their
own conclusions.
Nearly Forfeits His Life.
A runaway almost ending fatally,
started a horrible ulcer on the leg of-
J. B. Ornner, Franklin Grove, 1.11. For
four years \t defied all doctor and all
remedies, biut Bucklen's Arniae Salve
had no trouble to cure him. Equally
good for burns, bruises, skin eroptiona
and piles. 25p at all drug stores.

kdLittle Si4tet-- uttin' us out of -the
room .,.t -boo; hoc-cause there's

'Wh t is your objection to him,
.%n Even Score.

"Why, the fellow can't make enough
money, to support you."
"But neither can you."

EKey to Take
uypt O(per ate
Because purely vegetable-yet thor-
ough, prmpt, healthful, satieufctory-
Hoods Plls


New Deigns in All Sises.


'A Full Awortment, lueludingt
lla Latest Patterns.

Spring and Summer
33 IVawn 6I Ptaa
AI pB . .B, FWB0.A : ;. .
+Oainesvi1l Xachine Works
(Jn turn ad t whole lea tkb

*P I

U Nn VMe'the intense
a, fothat it is right.
0ith the most excrucia-
he.! y was being torn
1as t. $t4: 'W"U s4or months when
a cral se~ cle e t' a ch.tlly inds or nigh
4 Saoaatt i ,: and leaving the pa
-A. VA", or edf foriall tnie.
o.i cit t+I b"0e eOf every fornt and
t't Crnic, Inflanmmatory
M.' ftlet a tte 4 a azd patried before there is an
t y t apd ati thesetof linimuents and
*plasters, ouchtpwa t* emprt y r*li, but s o tdreatmea does not reach
t real cause orfcanse the i aedbod: bt S. S. S., :te greatest of all
bldodptifieurs tomn s.do~e Ra~. R aimn yantidiing and neutraliz.
ipg the poisonous acddsd ldf up h weaik ad slugish blood. it is
itafeatid rel ia le~ai l tiforms WofRhetuatisnm..1t nk-s
i~i :the old acid lood t z.the.paul-tortured !14,t-
.,41 e joins e 2; the battered nerves are
ade strong, an th eiStire system iS invigorated and
,oned up by t-he 'sef this.'great vegetable remedv,
It you. have heirnuatism, write us, nd outr physicians will furnish witil.
out charge apy' nformiation desired, :nd we will mail free our book on
"eum-atisn. g 7 W gOIlOi, A 7AMTA, GA.

El orida y

LOCAL TIME CARD Nqo 49. In Eet May 2

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J. P. RA Roam A iut. Gm. Pas&. A 3t., ST. AlrTjvsTINUT, LA.


bstrct. E. VOYLE, M .
Abtracts of Title and full information furnished regardsin lands in thi
.i, county. Our manager has lived ito this CoUntyth-rty years and
is thoroughly conversant with la n titles.

aentung a number of prominent Almerican and Elish company ies.




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Ph ilik

a hi Vbke Law Seems
hb Weakness.


;04 ."Prominently in Many
I lp ,Was Himself Arrested
|fla 5pomrithe Charge of Selling
s)I ibonatlo of the Law.
6ev. Dai1d Hall, who has been
1: omnsplte iously in the various
hMy.ey oap,, brought up since the ea-
.*wlt iosed, is again in the toils
Iitl mw, having been arrested yes-
|i "ay by Ocaer Cromwell upon a
hr ofb stellkg whiskey in violation
',tIllt he la ,',.'... .,* .. .
thwil be remembered that this il-=
',atrioius p.reaher was arrested sever-
.^ weeks ago when it was alleged he
itE iuthe aet of accepting money
pofm Ciolored woman for a 'bottle of
Sitlkep. ,He ,wasAtrraigned before the.
,layor, before Judge Mason and before
,jloilt#ed. States court at Ocala, in
ins1tance .i4being compelled to give
ll. .A slhort while afterward, when
t.WA. Waters was arrested upon
ami.e bCharge. Hall was the star
ssabefore the United States court
ast aters. .
$iiOtktint. With his first experi-
'1iHalu inslated, it is claimed, on
t~tuiflg the Sale of whiskey with
u:.t that he is now resting in
;tt jai". :He will be arraigned in
agor'l e oirt this morning.
rati6n Peirformpd For Removal ol
al. al Stones.
tersvtlle, Ga., August 24.--W'hle
ly fro i under the surgeon's knife,
Jo- Chariles IH. Sinlth (Bill Arpl
1 tives. Well grounded spoetilation
to reimarkab'e discoveries in his
e through aan rperatlon skillfully
-forta ed by Dr. R.J. Trippe, of this
Dr. Ralph Smith, the major's
Emli. imade. a minute InvestigatlUim,
Ih c,-eonvltced him of a growth orn
p ctrutlon about his 'father's liver..
,t .4peratlbin was begun at 4 o'io'CK
ilaiy afterditoof and lasted three
quarter. of 4(a hour.
Id in the gall bladder were found 8,00)D
1 tones, ranging In size from thbWt
"t a mustard 6eed to that of a marble,.
the ireat obstructive mass betlts
ei'oetigh to fill. the double hands.
To thIs caueals attri-iuted his long-
,*s en1ess, but dropsical conditional have
>ke*tft Indicatlve szmiptome remote. No
'*tOAeethetlcs but cocaine only was used
in the operation and tpie aged patient
s.,lod it wVl1, and witle manifesting
*n interased rostleaanese has taken
S si.-.xiual liquid nourlphment siace,
,'i.d there are no radically worasRYmP.
"The phyiMclans and family, however,
6ve little or no hope. s
S Paso, Tea., 'was visited by an tio-
iiaaul number of 'fre. yMe0tay amd
th .operation" of BrebgIs ar- suspect.
e. ftawra. ,.- .... -,
iThe gavby wrailp Eight It Mli..IIp.
pl is..ila beeotming warmer eveTy day. I
"wll1 end wtV& the second primary next
't'i'e Negro Rusiaes. Men's League
,closed its session at Na hviUe yeuter
.dayf Booker Washlagtos was re-elected
Antony Torn, a Kansas City manB,
"tiwho married a young woiazt o( Oreen-
r-ilte, Ala., haa been .rret.d on abitt
amyy charge.
Secretary of Agriculture Wilson
ope. to ltiter~st Ui negroes of the
so 1utbh is s lk cliht .. .;,ca

}will-.! .be w.Vea another tele. inal

Therb h*be lbt !so ialMeB ton the
)Maoe**Isaa sItuation. itland wr-
rhi ps arte stl m (th0 o0e o( Tursey,
Me mase b se Atdraa
'For Ori SIxty-a Ves
S;W~ias ;Seboti'rrup has
| o uIe4 by .)lkrea .whit teethin'
| fceootU th l.1Ofte"O bU Ziii
|y ppiasi sateg w*rn d olls, and

tow iArshia-
|~~~~ bot-fe S ^itkle. Sol by
81Wtfr'|*Stagkug sitte wdold
*^ '' 4' '' 0^^^ ^* $^W D*^P~*^ ';. ^
il1^fiUftdiiAuavl css

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r Oi a


Backache I1a foreruirner' iand
one of the most common symitP-
touss of kidney trouble and
womub displaeeeent,.
Some time ago. I Wv"A in a very
.Weak condition, my work' made' le
nervous and my buick ached frlPihtfulsy
ail the time, nd I lihad terrible head-
nche;. .
My mother got a bottle of Lydla4
PE. Pinklha's Vefetable CJoxa-
pounld for me, ant it seemed to
strengthen my back and help me at
onee, and I did not get so tired as
before. I continued to take it, and it
brought health and strength to me,'
and I want to tlhtik you for the
good it has done mue."--Mirs KAAT
BOLrLM.AN, 142idl St. & WVales Ave.,
New York City. --$5000 forfeit If original p/
abo eto ttdr proving gs.nuineness cannot bie produaed.
ILydia E. Pinkhamn's Veget&ablie
Compound lOures because it is
the greatest known remedy for
kidney and womb troubles.
Every woutan who Vis puzzled
about her condition suhouldad write
to Mrs. Pinklhaun akt Lynn, Mass.,
and tell her all

OrileI of the Ternm lPUitliinuft
About the year 161)0, at Jeia, where
the west gate of the city ia remnarWlr
able f)r four lxnages of monkey heads,
cut In stone at eaciqh corner of tilte gatq.
it qulirrel tiroste l)twetin the students
of teo university and the citizenwt, dur-
Ijng which the gownsmon called the
gate watchinea monkeyy watchmenn"
To avenge this insult the wlitchmen
killed one of the stHudelits, whose tU-
neral sermon was. preeheod from the
'text, "The Phlllstles beiPohn thee,
Samson." Prol that itini4 ti0 towDn
people were called by the students
"Plillttlines." and this use of the word
spread to other places.
In' another explattnation, given as
'early is 177T by Adelting. refterei)ce Is
nind' to the Ballstaril, or crostbow-
wen, who wetre called In Hfungary
Philllstiel, atid ,to tih1 mninicIpt.l ol-
diers of Vrienni. lwho had the nlckhame
Philistersn. a early no the seventeenth
The' word wa;s brotight Ito proml-
ncnotiotice In lEtglanil by Matthew
Arniold. who appears to have adopted It
frosm Hefn.. By a Phllistine he mnant
I"a strong. logge(d, utnenillghtenedl op-
poneiot. like tllinth. of the chosen peo-
ple, 6f the children of isweettness' tad
The'. EXcItrllnemI of Caste.
An EBiglshli otl:-tr who Mopie yearn
a go' was wounded in at battle In Indtn
and hlft lyin aill night among tho nat-
t.'fl dead ititl woutulill tell this ntory:
"'Next I morning we smpie-d Ita IanI and
tin old woVmtan. who <-1nt1 to us Witti
!i bittke0t tainl a pot of %vtater. and to
-vevry wounded lnl i tA sh.Alto a(V pltee
of jopime brt;dl tritli tir iaqket and
a dr-ik frort her wtter a r t, To u she
gilve the$. st1i 1", nc I A l thin mnul her. li1nt ii, ? i< li6.ch *teitc ltatjix)al. aindf. as this woman
was a ('hiaintor ori of ftit lowestt t senate,
he wild ret)viv ni-ither water, nor
lreawl from her I tril to lpterineitn
rih t tro ttak It t Iv,..t4ut
he said that it or t;i!f. with it a
1reiw hox irs m ao-r to lipi'~.e'r. l' t wa'. i4
little' alaorwJ or !-*" 'ilT' 4i! I to tt 'v
hiw(lld lw ilvep i. hti f.''" f10- 1 0 4 .
object -, o: w pi<-l.r-" -o 'i it. .,
p .A lowie-re thIkla'.
Rshe (turllng at tttedlofI0O- I .ilink yoUt
art' JuSt t ttet'i, ad I'm nievr teging
to sptal to you agiuin: mO there.'9 top is00
cotmintg tnto the naie roftn afltr -h;
because I'l iNe on tiwn rutiie Mench it
the fatr (Md of the .onw'rvatoiry.-5 uirt

fleNe ; i 'Ahttx- Wtlat V'on want to
mar1 tlht pppyr' : n ever etr-ai of
uob i tina;.
The )Der (tlrt-Wle-. ywo knw. fa-
tMt'. dong are' re-tv fa sisoat' JrEt
now.--R1f Aatnnire- K xr i
Mise ess an Swverey Burmd-.
Nl lgh~l oaoabpgsed ber b.au4

:- L-^*. .W4'." ..M --. ***' ig'+
.. la..mu,,. Bfsm.e!

ines.ville, Fl-rida


In th C(',urt .
Public ptaito t.

('iusAl)of MA i(ICUS INDI)l'i va. u
w ati it g(Mt4id it lot lit le .

Verdict f3r
Outfit te r to 'iartlic hlr MI.n tt(alitiit ille. I-V

I nl tr l.i'i i t i li0 .alt (O tn r :
All amn who ilish to dress
wvitl vli o p unhoitatlngly to



N. B.-Marcus Endel cells t m~wi, onaus "'ailt-(.
World," mane by Schloss Brom. & Co If Baltimore.
^^rlmffl^ 'MAN, AW ^k

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For b y- by Johnblsrtm.r t.in-aihesvillt

Retailers ind Jobbers in

Staple and Fancy Grocerines,
*ralln, Serdi Ssi sad Fnt Flflzerr.
1lheat .,makeL price. pald for UioekftsI et si*andt othor PtAleso

A. Coatmplte stok of it, Corn. Oat. FIur, Bra.n; MeWl, 00ots $S4
Sl We handle l shi V RY BrET goods as the LOVW
SPIOg. ua rant stifaetionO always.

Zl yAT _TLW 189IMlt ,'





S.Se .rs
made by ttr or w


Tin YOU waW

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4i3lt piano ftr Lhi's tri nylgiXlli asia tailt
tune longer tailing othersm, umnjstrutotol
btest nattertails. nt ei t a al.st e :
worknana hi ats hl 1 nbl .s " ./e
Ulip tO dito In every *
S- C i tilt at t' t.
Soldby ub s tOtitiituouQ ly. "o .' :
wl i il0tu i hl' la tfsituro. If roa '
Swaxnti iaip oka r for a llretnto': .*.,
servi 'e btiy: tS ': . '

-PrIe Mo .low. iia I e.- it:ent w %l U it anl.i
Oi aho o 1n ayh 6 e msa.' tl en on -liS dat s ;1:-
trial. We' Pa' riii '.
tor prices TODMy

Lndden & B.aea
Soutbq MMsic Biovi

JOHN .D. ,MURP"i i


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S tgng, Blet. -Pladigt... --

Doirglt In Oar Loe,, Sold i 4 ti'
Gl o 4 0 0 qu7fwy77,



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ita ta boai-oo.;^ t

6 W, tev Om ant ein,


1 QtSa hA, :..Y iWtD .
SW't t:o .: l t *0::. A11 t .

.t: >tAe ontevt gowi shi ,j*.ar

^<^wXn nro.t ther. o!.des
I:IP.I dt011o aidh horamps '4

ti i' 4iardel Of .aites Reeiutte

hfi^ ongt arounsM:ato P*ulask .
0st t th atr waocta, I c ks \t1imdad neiar the bewrnrand
Io Ky. fok tmeI ,tola
wai the rte tates; R'vetia
eat al c 'arge tht
o ith dea: resuled.. u Smith he,

Saien arFoied Mount PulaW
iowe timle and hais bea uad
44siot. 'eworA tod. tcpure
1ii p d hdn llb.as hAsi bn t&Ani-
for ^ timEe. IkHe Wj bo beh
walt the arrival ot sotucIy oD

(.vr'd of Oolic After Physlclan's
i4 Treatment, -ad Failed.
$,)oey waen four year old w
i.- I jent for Uth o. doot; ,nd.- hA
t Wo o.tpbio bat tbe @hdo kop
l 'rlip, t, then gave Inm h ltl a
P I or Ohkoonlali'a Ot-,
od aderrhoeal t ietds atA
tf d hour ey was sledtl and
I~*ab^eie-F. iknAs,,hem
a etr. Wilkint is bookkeeer
Satll OM:Lumb r o

$lAl A liAN ,
(>0e49- a 'sve Seen by Orders: '

eiqithamed (rabtotu Mrodorow

IV^. abeen mutdrwd at tt on
upi|eu- .by orders, ItH btKye4
itncee'ilxa oboowitta. WMas

1 *vdfyObr y told at Klalatt

S od nothing colt beki
'a a. ii n, s.. M

y 1w "-rey ,Io r ai'e wT
t iowre aecor4, but We1 dept
ev '* '.itl0e s14,0..06
04*64 f* vo1 26 eat davis ae to

_i .:Mon

anatt f3O t sa n 4 b i
as ;ouua. /Ouetoxn ues' is

,I l %o44$!oi4, 0

ia i e? d of g% i -to e uta r stoipe tloraeionps, pua
tu0itarl Sta w.hicfr bl e8s twticins

ra I kb 0it iof uuat o f '0en4
O vf teoe etlaositles now pi. -
fra .prert;lines or a orowwaid i1:
M4t of, teBe repre tat on o a
tc media llo, po0ttCrai. we e a-V ,
.oiont of v t boet wel4eers 3to
tAibertas. ptlanly s ,ws a U h. n
ts att f nutateaip, anothelii a
9 pwrteufiir' of- te goodS,:.. Jotome,
iE;t tbhe moot remarkable of all la an
uSat1 *eaOtalni' g A "eproeontation of
Apols surraotaded 0y the tine auses.
S;,*;",. A. :ipiM. ..to~v. ." ; .
.0re Is: a story In Peis1a- literature
0o0ft Oerttin poet who. came before a
agreat man and praised -him very or-
nately. The rich: man was very pleased
:and aid: "'Beady money I have hot;
eertheletess ibere Is ta my granartes
v outy ~o ccorn. If you come tomor-
IW Wiill give you some.O" Tho poet.
.WMnt to thi own bhose and on the mort-
row presented hidrself to his patron.
T4ie rich mn-a asked huin, "Why have
1oum eoe6r77 .., saj s "yedterdoy, you
probiaed to giv te. orn. iror-.th rea-
iont am I eooe."'. The rich maa, snid:
"A nost. wonderful fool thou art. What
yo. 40ald to we gave me pleasure. What
1. bave said to you equally pleased you,
W1y4. tlies, shou4.ld give you corny"
The poet was covered with shame and
departed. -__ ___
Alow to Maske Cloth Waterproot.
OrdiniOr" cloth may be made water-.
pro6f by the following treatment: Put
hail a poUnd of t:ugar of lead and half
a pound of alum in a pail of soft wa-
ter. Stir this at intervals untll It be-
cotne lear, Then pour. It of 4thto an-
Aot0r pail. put the cloth or garment
;q oRt and tl t stand an entire day.
te dou lho~i Then hang up to,
Without wrin armetq .th rat
ip4 o t hi, iSt aid. ean' be worn I# the
hilat storm of wind and rain W1th-
'ou' t .wearer pettigl even datap. -The
rA n has in Ioglobules uosn the"cloth,
'An olotbb itt 1 waterprooI la better
a i6-b orbelthy than rubber good.

r wpettn* i*te.a i syeet which en-
couaseati *tilf IA A .whito froth com-
!poed of the Uoitat ha sucked out of
tbe plant on which It- i bred. It. e-
rlouely Injures. pinkls. ituaUotos and
p, otei. it not che4keda in the w arly
sttuge of Its proag.r4 It i ,tevry ten.-
d, wlwet, yqoug,, but delops luinto
bhard *wuned bobpp4. It c M&b be pIncb-
N1l Wan. 6,1rtld oot Wi&th te f:nGero. or
a 'gooW .s rInging with somethtng bit.
fr. t.II.." ( ncoctioa, of (.uaIsa. ChIp..
wi' rive the cr.eat.rs way.-14ft
401A T t o I* U1 .8 :. ..'; *. *. .;'* :

b,., 't .
4Yottu cllS kt bnulldhng a i trapr"]
Msed the peirpexed foreigners. Row

Is aatove
| ltt l'e roilu't see. much Is the uas
S,&t f tse1 untralund rfo.esti p* I li
vum sp tb lueA i t \
7t-tae ise.
e *'ndeq Mei-wo.
ktq'it was arrested for *.tta.slom

ptl .(to prov a
,m n A .ml.A t5,a -,. ^ :

I t.oo O 0 -'"f a , ''rin o f

eo v oie'.:r, : n.e
7pper o i-nt.fteoae
been cred.. ;

Sad pos0,i0.,e Fogua 1e,
.. is . ., not :.'o .;

*r + '', 1 *' :w:. '^-'ea eh- w ay. . . .. .
r Excursion
G ,Of TV

Aigt 28th, 1903God eturn-

. nah, 2.nd Tip. Double daily rain-
.each way.

tag of eurion to Jacurksonville Au-


Augsot 29th. Gobd Return-
ing September 13t.

Rates: To Columbia, $4.00; to Sa-
vanniah, 43.60 found $rip. Take-advan-
tage of excursion to Jacksonville Au-
gust 28th and go on this on the 28th.
C., OB I1. Agent.

Notice I* hereby rtven that W. N. Camp,
purchaser of 'sx Certl ttes Nos. 615, 646 and
(1 i dated t0le 6th day of July. A. 1 O 1901, has
ilned 6Itd oertfloates tn my oqffie, and has
made applistion for tax deed to issue in ao-
Alashbua oiaty. Floid, towit:
Ooi adokee 300 yarId uorth of Sw corner of
aw* and li north ..tO yaids, east 3e e yards.
soun140 yal.a. west 3 I0 yardn. In Sec. 91. Tp.
. ngoe,0i5oot -I Ot otl. Levy Qiant, lss
ode aoreo Nelson: Lot 3I Uand 30 of Lot .
aThwe d lTnd belnr assessed at the date of
0t16e uiumee of such oertltloates In the names
o L.H. Ko*rew. Naniy i.uller and Florida
Finance UannPany.
'Unlebs said dertiloates shall be redeemed
a9oordn ttOdlaw. tax d Vld wl Isaue thereon
on tile li11 day or PSeptlelber. A. D. IIO3.
WIttafestoy oo t nature, and eai this
the t8th day of Auouf A. 0. 1'I .
:* tl. 0 DIENTON. ..
S Clerk CtropIt (tts Alobhua Coo.. tia,
due HPw Wlanres, oV.

.,e,,h.-, undersiqnedi. horeb Jlye a otice
that we nave.,ormed ouarelee Inb a a rellrious-
ool0ety for the worslWB of: God. and that we
aeI SOb known ibUder Lthe namo ot. St. Luke's
Evanelleoa) Courc further, that our creed,
sc*eaom ad benefs are theseof the Lut era
rohb. an. tMhat all our O iti Ous teachIn* and
dtoedlir* absfL be in harmon with Lutheran
doptrines. Pnrther. laM jthe deaoons *and
clerks raecrhtawy a beth o4loer% or the
enUroh.sand they hall t taTaftul trustees
of tleiohurh. trno the ioey r fV,.iW ohburoh
ghall be Tested In their. Fluribee. that taid of-
flOTh shall be eleeto be members of the
ohubr at their remilal meetitlngs and hold
t0e for the period f -UBa.1iareafter e" ,ftor
10't 61 oonatution ad bffwa by wioh.t ui
atei ~ wil be =oIben. Fiter that the
oes ".sho ..to e C-- i- e buinet. aflfta of
ssbttreL Fureth. We gia, L'oe Abest at
x a tg f UbWea w wil aoply. o
fthe CraaQotr for Obawlex.
Was" . *0 ti3., A. Vo-a.Lt ac.

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'M~l. hea mat
I a- as b e ab1
la asoewdane
ut .e the roi-
>tid -a A.aftua
*ao -'uxs.e

&at g



Is backed by nao moe than a million
dollars of Flornda Qapitea-

It iq avploasant Taoi; gives appe
Stite td streigthe Ste.

S*it, wi.to'e the mW f cters. C ,re.

Ji okso 1viet Vla.

S Note. Tropical .. n ..e.. Ta .
4n4 Wine is made f the juce oft
thp e Florida .Plte-.A 1, Pine Tar

S pure and true thic. -Ed]

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Gainesville 6 riLighto

I 41
la^^ e^^^tric^^^^ __


ggg t Flemin
~otp stocks an
shoaeh building
&two has private
.s.io ysAnd Ne
* $un with tlh
f.'or yesterday
Wn Market

; () ^iIgh. Low.
.SS 12. 28 12.19
1.04 10.84
*Iu.aJ10.29" 10.04,
^ g, 1,0.12 10.86
..8 q... 11.08 10.84
..'. 10.10 9.98


. Opi ,, High,

,:.p 84,
tse /.7,,:;, ; . ':. ,..
:tn:..' i 6 .

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o.TWk Stock18.02

14.'' ^(obr'k Stock


Low. Close
79-8 809
81 81,
503 51
51 51j
34 84
30 368
12.80 12 8
12.97 13.0




pen. High. Lon
i" 1i 115Ai 1141
S .' 47:4 46
44% 43
.14 141 139
.104 14% 13

1 1 1201
.... 5 2
uia 2$ 25
. 20.,21 2 2 21
Sa.0 2 82.4 81
..41 4 40

S:. 27e 26
$.. 22 22, 21
b,.`..84 4Z 84Y 84
54gY.B 547 '54
$oon Sales 214,00t).












.-. meU, lka.Lplug e, to Prrots.
A. .queer businlas.a whlch 1.t carried on
'wifth considerable success In certain
,A'rta of London Is tf(e teaching of Ian-
uiiage to parrots. There are several
,pesous enugagd In this str-ange educa-
tional work. Th4e country into which
,,the bird -i to be sent is first ascer-
;talned, and a suni of 10 shillings a
ireek- is then charged for a period va-
ilyng from two to three months, nc-
r cording to the capacity of the parrot.
)Itth1a year's tultion the teacher guar-
.nteOe a bird with a polyglot vacabu-
'lary chosen bhphaauxrd from fo* dif-
," iiht languagese.--olden Penny.
c eook al t I C l!tg X i Btleani.
or centtr cocktightiug was en-
eaa.ad in' Engihit~ schools. Fit ste-
| i-.tlbeA twaltth'b A-cetury 'mentions
4t a an anuusenient f Londoners and
Itat yearly iat Sh etide the boys of
ryi.b school b it cocks to their
eiomaaters, iadt all thUi4 f6renoon
S, spent i'n school wit*nesIng these
Sitgh; As late as 1790 the in-
ese of tt. "Achoolinater of Apple-
.in' o ie. w drawn parUal-
i on ewklgt dues. Down to 1815
hpteiot thete wwas an aaxwmual exhibition
Q..: B fiBhtlng at the Mancheeter grum-
4r school .

t ierybody Who can dressa head
$l .ai hair beeomintly capn comb a
jelg wuith equa' tsucdess There IsA
knack in, wig dressing. In some
rwd niiaies abound one
*'two of this 0D)pto? a-t* trained it
t .at-" wig dressing and combine
t with ttieir otber dtiles at a slight'
l at^ .aa7w but-' i. t 4"t pla...es

.X .t ... .....'.' . i :'* d to pro-

A rwa -.t the perfect trust tid conS-
engages people have /in escb

ewfectly b wttiftll

yf **iatf e 1* als q o n"
wb n I was engaged I toild

t^Mlb4 bou 1poit ko t&&l tbefv l-

^Re gothdp t but s

Wthe l e-, nei a ueatT 4
Sto t wits)tor othe
fg A b e l.w i04 ei ound on .t
d ooucdt weid h t*yit$'tyean 1ad S. batot
g, pounds p on the an,, .,
.e 'the meebaleal force of t ow1n* i
w e xllitted frotm 5.00 l.0t to lMot.4)0
8 corwets wOtidu eQttl ,bnt tne 'botsai
"; power., .
Tha> Ulbt.eis eed wideb nscattr ba*a
beauk Ii'nos.- to i atch 'ti t!hat attillp
es by t,.r( 1i !Qp of hybrlgen at~4othb*
28 gasrs ft~ii thie siun. wbkih l.: t.MWV
14 several htilud~ "'o rlinths aeco'. "' .4
The staor S.rhr;i whibh la howt to;
D S bput (t1Oble the lte ot our wo, *512tR
) from forty lto lty fold ore light <"a'
the sul owNi to Its nte'teing mintbc
mor diiial;*! :
Two bue:i, nl u.iS L ll!ty. .stars pnrth.
of -220 'd. t through s "pia 'i wet'tty? mlles pser eiec.
o ond: T.H -'o f of o.' ajar system is
byt 1'2.4 uiilles power voiid,
T 'The most dellIct', .-sel i> la nia by
A fixing oel- ei l ofa tln: tihretid of glass.
The atom to be w h:'td Is plied at theo
f tree nmid and the dgree 6cf tl e bendigtg
4 of the tread .under It -i \4. Tit hit!
to be done utidc"r a gluss w1ilch magni-
17 dtes a hundred tliu'..
2 __ .. ---1

JudKed by iHl.n Voice,
One day 81si Algernon i Wit, a wall
known member of pnarliaument frdmI
London. was observed lby L"ue of u le
doorkeepers titlklng to a geno-ti emin
who had ai raping, rajneoui' volee and a
dembBstrati've, excitd manner. While
the c'tversatlon was In proinj "s Sir
Algernon received the card of another
member of .narltiment ard an intima-
tion thniits owner wished to see him.
"Sorry; I'mu engaged," was thle answer
Next moment up came another card
from a well known peer. Again an
apology'was returned.-TIn another mn,-
ute the doorkeeper came carrying ft
hugea card and saying that tq.. lord
mayor and sheriffs of London lhbed
very urgently to aee Sir AIlernon. The
latter excused himself from the gentle.
man with whom he was conversing.
This wis, too Important to reatt.
"There aiin't-'liobody' here," whispered
the doorkeeper when he got the mesn
ber outside. "only I was afraid a mad-
man had boen shown In to you by mls-
take, and I wanted to warn you."
Valuable ipltecll Kaowledie.
The unique botanical 'kAnowedlge of
Sir George Birdwood. one of the most
erudite men in the India service, once
enabled him to perform almost unbon-
sctously a nent bit of detective work.
He was In Bombay when he was
asked to Investigate theo ease of a
young,: noblemnn who In applying to
the governor for an tapoifntment repre-
sei.ted that he was just out from Eng-.
lanlM and that hlme lotters of introduo-
timo luid been lost on the voyn ge.
A few days ofter Dr. hltrdwoodl, as he
then was. had undertaken tbo Investl-
gation he met the young nobleman' at
dinner at the governpr's house. The ta.
ble decorations of orchids suggested, a
conversational opening, and Dr. Bird'-
wood's praii drew from the young no*.
blenman standing opposlte:
"You should see the Amhberitia nobi-
lls In lIts native woodixs, sir."
It was n fatal remark.
"You come from Hangoon. then!" In-
stantly exclnimnedl Dr. Ilirdwood.
SThe pale face, the nilence that could
be felt, the request of the young man
that he might leave the table. all pI9-
paudl tlie governor anid the company
for the suibsequent discovery that he
had abseopded from Rlangoon with
some public funds.

:* 'in iii l L'ii
3A- .; ;

A AiMeruaa)

i0 and aritef wwtktk.

i* a ail i.e rle La.ntali surgery
l ,blNitewln New York Cit4..

by Ior Iltt TBhr< tor %,ano0araoct
' O mW kO l a0 1at f *vtttio n s r to.
0It0. T. W UALRxu ANIt Il, t. RATLON




-Visit thi-

The best Liquors In tlh o city,. Enter-
t.ainment ivpry night It Roof Oardem
Theatre, '


ulr l. a "twnieupn-.
Sb, anby orn alol.
amlain r wav r .
,IIATIO lbot n"2e Sia.
rlt Ir sent i oin Wftqpt,

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S.ruor '. I ( 1 i.l
Pitt I rii

Wholesale and Retail

Your full qiurtl o old Mluot.rw Wtlf-
key. expariisurep'tt. f'...
Four fUU lluarts oldR Mia *r d ye
Wbiskay. xuvsaM lrotxiW., 4
Four botties 01MKf8e Tsanmessee
Sour Mab. 'xpriM ,'roU5....
N1 FO PrRi o L tier.


10 W. Bay it. $akonvillls; Fla.,

T typl., i t5h1

ioiw Roses csmMe to a. 1RA Mt RK BA TAYlO.Il XtManar. e
More thain with any other flower does
the color of the rose have special sig-
ntfitance. .led Is love, white Ito llence, RAT] RJEAW N A R, The dnoes
yellow speaks JPalotisy. snys N. Hud- freph and slt Waler sllhingR to be had
son Moore in the lieltneator. Orie of tn lor4ida FreIh atn MillWt Water bath.
the legends conneitMo withthhi rose Ing td be hadinu a sti tells thbt It Im-eamne Mhte through be. hotel. Take the trait to "rPtok"lllh
ing bathed with Ihe tears of mourners iand drttvo. over to Irtyport byPrivase
Wi iotlffight 'i; lw wetit flower to lay eootvylot'., ,
Ip the hands of tbhrlr dead. A prettier ---
conceit del're"" --thatall r were YS
white until one day younixg CVipdi. Al
laning among theut, upset In-l s Mer- .TONE
ry s :pgrt a gsis of wine, wblich yed t.. 4IKClAI', P
the r"e upon which It floil r. bto m wn f '
color. Amobei. legfend lell*ti t ory of "(l iozelritOh I ,te p tC xtmte* miet.
a holy' little maid of lWilthhlti-a who ' '* O'. i
was deOOMd to death. When th .W S ak "
wore epeid maron thl lrthe t would iA.lOtii i-i.LA.
n6t burn, -but the brands which bad
been fauming taraed to yed roims and
those Wblci hbd pt caught to white CAn il
From t it ali 61e forth r'e. and . .
white,. wlre .lity9r' flowerit. T' he1 WI rr I
Turks* ay that Wa rses srang "rJln Pat ,tii .A'l 'rts 14? ". -
the blood of Mobamuun.d ,ig se'a**

M -- i onw that0., EDWARDS,
onUeU0 Mo se s better. be is out doi" ."
A".n C1te- bees at ti|onws dote' I

too Ot -*. Is*
to n ft". b o "
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and the EAST. R .I SPRINGS, N. C.
The NORTH and WEST... u '*Th'ilU phir Countey.

PaskUmarn Car.
SAl m

W. A. Tusi P T. 14.. Wsabt A, DC 5 Al *. sp ,,,
Wm.. A. ( W P .

Take The .Atlantic Cq st Line

Viavit W A Via
W1 D-upont lf o n at O, Dupomt. r
or ri'j vi l .I k'lilla on
IokUat ., o J ea "nwne

Rapid Transit and UnLurpatMed8i ee ;
Time TabW In effot My !24. 08. M.,.-.. *
Depart For VAINHAVILL .' ii

Dally _

2:'I6 p
Dally i
11:0 a Iu

31:20 p ml
)aill- I

0( n ni

ighb Mhlprgla and Iater- .Stpm
mediate Polnte D " [* D i l: .
Ooaij, Loe.burg and Tampa, nd
ltlrmiodlate points; ..i

PalaJks, Daytona, Jaecksonvill.
North, gost and West.
tI 1ilipriIps, Wayoro. Maviannahl, bisou ...
Albany. Atlantti. Il .Polita Nortfh, aali< --

Itonhoile, Nioatiepy Mlan 1 4altrvs.7': ,

.igh Spr .'ing., "

*I itti^t m
I to
I2.*. Up It.;.f ;

se llaU y \ .' . :..... ... :
'Intilrhautgeable M!ilego flakewt, o0od ,.v iiri
eipal raUwMhln the southtra $as lMt. On:R00.ls:
T, lrhroi i P m eles s ee or; o Pr : .
LUie j lo vI Atinailo OCn i la t Line 53n4 UotUillesh lM
V 3 piglet iptautformatii tor.e t.. a ^ "l "t.i08

FANK yiOvN, Com' Ag. W. u. ~ a
488 W. Bay t Astor ttI it tgsnlt Ji
I. i MlEM SOJ, Traf. gr. .
Wilmlington,, .



S fu_ .q . A. .. . ,
Wel wQ yn $$1 .
' i" '
* full 4a D .N.. ... . ..:,
to. .^elI w~l hits y o.; P. . a .?. +.
i4 ful qal aa lson !mu ... ....

12 full quarts Ueand.

,. *f*.ll1. -....
TA ,NT I MaMl> r*

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S. .a1.,kIr,- the u+erchen o e- '

Podoi he0* GOit bp ss vitor to ti,

e 0 ioms end.: ..
; ( M' ; -'*^Issa .wnA al-of North:
e l N Y 'a4. b. .protfes ionm1 el ia l Px a a s
ta^rtl(e yq her brother, W' J.. .Re.man. ee '.
'1rlita w at Beh Richasy retnrnpd -yesterday
G. Mi Oap ^ depteid e Zr from Seableeze, ewher ,e hhaa been hre-
.0. MqKvr^olI epaited yep uperati fur the past ew dyse,
brIefhuine^s tiPlw0@ ,' #PJleassa neatly furnllbd ro.nms for
!neat ign has be..en ulpAde int sigle youjngmen $1 per eeok and up.
tof We fis.' West Use of bh free. Apply rown House.
tS. Misses Mabel Vhraser" and Mann,
S. ver, e orh of two acomplhed young ladies of
s a vit t th y Micanopy, are visiting tribnds in this
A,*,, ,. ; +' ; ,, - o
3^ 8. $oward' of Otter .reek "w Dont forget tp. visit Jaksonvilk e
eitg buslttssla- this city y- frday,. A pg.b th.Speeal rate kf
^.^... .. .yes $ %. 0d A i ,. tickets
S. :- good.retturniagothree days.
I'be e- c 'trt aks for sale J. F. Doaldson'of Montbrook was a.
# i' ozen,'post visitor to the cIflt y yesterday. Among
:.-.':.... .other biusinesqlhe included a .rInewal
s n lle Aug. 28th, this. absorption to The $n .
S i*a tioks... For '8al 8.r0om dwelling, corner
Geir shma"n is in JT.ni Pleasant and Ooirt; streets.. Alb':8-
o ^ hmar frie-,n Mias room dwelling, corner Hill and Me-
e ht friod, Mss chanlo.strees.' See Moyers. tf "
S* 0 .. 'A W.' Thomas'has returned ftom'
Hry Her.long of Bellamyi, one of an extended trip through she West
te employee of te Herlong End it the terests of the Singer sew-
till, vas a business visitor to this ing m .4hine, of which hJis agent.
S., L. Orqws, a progressive farmer of-
.,vi:. 8s. James,' a colored -in ister- the L-aOro.se~oiw,' wa-s .i-oa g a '.he
ON 1, lqwas in the city yeterdlty, trbders in this -foty yesterday, He
~ee. hids subscription, .ealed'at. Th.Suan office ahd renewed
.Tison of Ooala made a brief hf s aubscripton..
S t4s family and friends in this Seaboa'd Air L-zie will give a grand
Suday, ,returntng yesterday. excursion to Jacksonville Friday, Aug,.
tses Minnie yman of saanh 8th, tket goodreturning Aug.. 81s,
tillyaoffn a-. only '$1..it50 for the' round "'trip.
ue Smith of hMicanopy are in Double daily service. >
.the guests of Mrs..Joseph
y, the of Mrs. Joseph Take advantage of the excursion to
i.. *, ,.+". ..Jacksonviele Aug. 28th, and Columbia
k,4int-Two ,rooms with dressing and Svaianah Aug.g29th, via Seaboard
1,,1 Large closets, bath, gas ani Airlne. 'Lowest rates beat service.
'w.ter. Apply too Mrs. J. N Doble dailyserVioe between Gaines.-
ater. ALptyut-to .p '. vire sad J' ksonville.
Padgett,' formerly of Hague i H. Dow of Macon, representing
1p.po'nduating- a ihaval stot'es the hNew York Life insurance Company,'
si"Amstroilg St.'Johnoun. -' arrived in thiw'eoty Sunday night, and
y yesterday,. will remain hbreseveral days. He re-
I velace,. one of the em- pbrts very fair business in his line,
1o44 the- m.hn hidel'drt nt -Mrs, Arh ur Odonnell and 4dughtdre,
pB ,- has returned from a pleas- M rs. J. A. Goodwin iand Misse Donna
itf1tIt to his old home, Brewton, onnell, departed yesterday for Old
: : Point Oomfort, Va., where they will
i11'. Webster has returned from spend the remainder of the heated
t istto tothe phosphate mines tof term. Friends wish them a pleasant
uk. n 1?,on business onneoted sojourn .
t lhs e u itton Phosphate Oom- 4fAfer a short while spent with his
.familyinu this city, B. M.-Smith has re-
i A. .M. Ousltman has goneto her tuarne4 to his home at Palm Beaoh. He
5 Ae Min Kingston+ Mass, where i~.rtammoned here on account of the
ll visit Mr O a parents llness of his son Howard, whom The
Hri w: weeks, Friends wish her a i glad to chrnicle is greatly im-
(eigtt and beneficial sojourn. proved. The old friends of Mr. Smfth
B iyo want a pl sl that is mild were glad at an opportunity to renew
4 eary to t0ake ad certain to aquaintanee.
ys use Chamberlsin's Stomach For# Sale or Rent.-Grotto Bar and
.er Tablets. For 4.sale. 6 y all Pool Room, inder Aragon Hotel,
ias and medicine companies. Jau!sonville, or will take good man as
edb the Amer.Ican Omi anid anger Inas partner. Terms ,eason-
S d .y the Am ean 011ad able. Reaso for- desiring to sell is
und odacony pls Wood that I have 'purchased Clyde Saloon
tdrd rdslth wo ? S ya.each rid oatinot look after wo places. Ad-
otth for a plod of One ear. Fodrss J A. tyons, Clyde 8aldbn, Jack-
floattons see E. Batrd. d2taw.wtf sonvlle, Fla. 848 daw tf.-
I, Wo6bdng, who is temporarily After several days spent in this city
Spositind of route agent for ahdommunity on business, Ja. A.
S8obthern Express Company, with Abrans departed yesterday for High
ed4lArters at Oeala, made a brief Sprinag. He will also visit Newberry,
to his family in this city Sunday, Archer and other points before return-
etuning yesterday ing to his home in Jacksonville, The
A jolly party comprising Division friends of thlsyoung man will be glad
jleitendent ii. A. Ford, his father, to learn that he Is enjoying a most
,. o and Train "iPateher hi. H. aooeSsatul trade in his'linoe-planos and
ioQtamroch of the Atlantic Coast a-n.
lie, departed yesterday for S. Mou l Allen, osf 0uh Fork,
^ tsteg, where they expect to Ky,,.aj0.she ha prevented-ttacks of!
pnd a ftow days fishing and otherwise cholera morbus by taking Chamber-
p pying themselves. lain'*s Stomaob and Litver Tablets when'
shefelt an altaok coilng on. Suohat-
;Rey. W. J C.arpenterdeparted yulte- tacks ar6 usually Oaused by indigea.
1:, (or Mayo, Lafaye'tte'eounty, where tlon and these Tablets are just what I.
klitght he expects to deliver a stirring needed to cleanse the stomach and
ieoi in the eause of prohibitIon. ward off the aproahing at-
:.agyette county has bees dry (or sev- tack, Attacks lof bitlos' .olie
. ..... t prevented ithe.same..way.
m1 years. but an election has been For sAle by ail druggists and medicine
4ed on the question, and this ele- oompanle..
twti be held at an early date. Mr. Mia Olem Jtampton is now visiting
later is a very -earne.t temper, relatiTeM At Jesup, Ga. after t pleaant
II ,worker. is'birts of two months at Pooomoke,, Md.,

er a leave of absence of about l aS the igaseiof her friend Miss Mary
days, during whieh timte he vi- Manon Hall, who spWnt last winter in
AVW York'and other poitsA, Cap- jkineaville as the guest of ,.MU MagN
Ohas, Carter, the efficient On,. gle Doig. Miss "Clem's" numerous
the Atlantic COast Line be' trends ill be pleased to learn that
U hiAprings nd Citra, has re. she Il ea ying ealxceenthealth s-td
Ct COaptai-i Orrer is very wrl bet bi| ia t-ile to resume bh
it t traveling public, all school 4i, at the open g of the
.aie gt'd to 4ee him bak Oity .r.. and" High Sohool, of
reoa 'good time North whloh. .t. latan .
+^Hl^iyi~f~f^^'''^^^^ ti-''i ^,j,*^^^^&|l||^^^_^ *.M^.l^t^^

B...odel h" b+'n pi 4$ 4l4 b.' lL*e '"

pf++,:ai:e o Fv:, s...l ,"rie .Hf Pw ..ll o+ ..hp IT o Peawn s '
avesit to Mrs. Jb re4ay fore I^ o .n hehe will steam e n4 Ar

r, .e. .scover.o.etha ,ew o a er a leasaft trip to New Y rk,.
S", "" eng a perq of ut two weeks,

ua jy0e i rn6 Tftmpf.-ha o oen they enjoyed the outing vezf muchb'
Kl.tbpw made excell ,.t Wli en, d M but ara y ead so return home. a
thepopl of cha onty are la, George Tyr, forely o this .

to wel m agn. ew a u oweidingn a, where ted q antity.
victor to this city Saturday. he holds alucr(vo position "with/t~he
Sd to keep pwith its rapidly H:W.. De Copany, spe un- .
Increa ..bu.siness, Weaver Bros of ea y ewit a cotinfe ar wM. ner
te Qa loesville Steam windry, hal e rpide.edtt urna home.. an i el l e. b
Installed a new and modern wrinner. pleed wi is new poniti. Tw imit e tiA
It .. oe.. the latest raeihine oth the The fronds of Mrs. Annie String- j yij A S
fatl.ctiO. three minutes the imahnle ladyy s quite law, but i Is hoped her HARDWARE AND
will wring a garment aso dry that it is cnonditPon will be improved at an early PAN
eyay. ttwasoagoo qf; that .U ..M A

te y toa fl e iron 11 e* e reioertl returned fr T .North p* -e *-,'i"h- Js"e P.sit n" 1 :'-~ --"
Wt^k .night fono Nrtheron e -aroiel w lere he had gone to t pe the' ".e.c
diana, airt he has been -attending the summer. THE CONTINENTAL I
thWe .diNorrmal school throughthe Hay Pever Season Here. ..
sUttine'r. He states that he made a Victim. of this annoying disease will
pedia study of the education ys experience great befit by taking o-
tems of the different Statos and also leys Honiey and Tar, as it tops dliai-.'
the latest methods of teaching. He ealt breathing immediately and healn. H
Bayse thitwhile most of the States in the inflamed air passage, and even it
i,'North ay 0 plenty of. money and it should fail t our you it g ill lgive
are tn hai pered thereby, the tduia- instant r.elyle Remember the name,
tlorals oyteA of Florida compares fa- Foley's Honey and Tar. S Id by J.

., s ..There was a' qilet but happy mar- (First corner south of Postofice) '
t' hdota . riage in the parlors of the Brown Meals and aeecial orders Drip yn
Ithl^BthhNewberry of High 'Springs and Missy
W d eMargaret McOredie of Micanopy were. _.q t .__
y.t tof. ay te. united, Rev. M. A. Clonto of "the Bap.-.
tit church officiating. The affair wa s
Spof a very quiet nature, only the broh-
J'lo te. and 8rter of thl brtde, John andt|n
StahhdsMias Jeanette Mcoredieanda f.ewiiti-,
mate friends being present'. (118 E. UNION ST.)
The groom is a s successful contractor
of High Sprins, and is'one of the
I I mot prominent citizens of thaert towwn.
The ,ride is a charming young lady, Special Reductions in several
an4 has numerous trends throughout
Sthe county. She ie alo an efflitent grades wh le the cards last.
school teacher, and has been employed .
fi this profession at HighSprings.
I with other friends, extends congratla-d p i ui

R A Kr T To Mr. and Mre. Newberry The Sun, _______________ __ __ __ __
S. I *.t (South Side Square)
.Cured Paralysis. -. -- ..
II II 'l 1W.S. Baily,P.O. True, Texas, writes: oHr Cutting..Shayiag. S1hampol,
"My wife had been" suffering five years and Courteos attention e i at
with paralysis In her arm, when I was ahle o e lpUto eart yl souacite
persuaded to use Ballard's Snow Lini-__I
PAl st sCment. wl6h cured her ,all right. I ...
S.0bStore E arth. have also urged it for old sores, frost A Rare Coincidence
bites and skin eruptions. It does the There will transpire today in far-off
Swork.n' *, B crO0 and $1.00 bottle at Holland a coin"idene which is iddecdl
Johnson 'Bros. rare, and whioh will not occur prohalt-
a -Attention, K. of P. ly once\in a million times. This coin-
Si Li The regular weekly meeting of idenee is the oelebation of the .gol
SMount Vertinoa Lodge No. 20, Knights en wedding of the parents of C'. 1
We still continued to sell ierve*n's of Pythias, will be held at the CGatle Sligeherut this eity, the silver wedtdig
nuine str tiehysem drawr for e Hall tonightat 7:45 o'clock. It is es- of Mr. Sligeher's oldest sister, aid the
pecially requeftedthat all members of bridal wedding o'fthe youngest -iter
Mennen's Borated Taleum, the gen- the degree team be present. A full of thiL gentleman.
uion article, 1 eo. *. attendance is desired, and visiting Thi event will transpire ai the
Colgate's Violet Borated Talcum, brothers willreceive a 'fraternal wel- home of Mr. Slige.Ar's parents in
Scom- oe. R. T. SCHASR, G.,. Amsterdam, a&d as a matter of cour e
J. A. DAwsoN, K. of R. and 8. will be largely attended. Mr
Big l Of Sttw batS 'thiS Weem wah ort a Siger regrets his inability to be
You can fnd just what yo want However slight at this time of year pre th
hereand in this climate, it is the forerunner Mysterlous Circumstance.
heate that. of malaria. A d o disposition to yawn, One was pale and sallow and thet
t that wre 7 now rtc. andalal'tiredout feelP evencomes other fresh and rosy. Whrns." the
S.that were 1 1c,'~~-~I fre tr e chill lerbo e, by' itw difference? h s. blshig,, wth
lHats that west t4, n~w 819c ?rompt. stimtlaltiveM. tinonon theth era lh ,see Dr. Kin's Nepw Lit. l'11
Htat thatwere2o now 19e. u est, e aari germs out of the tna iit By gnty ar)us
Hats that wereo 1, gw e. sst, pd riies e b ,.nes th the la y organ" they compel Jrood

Geuts' It Slumf prct- t--" ,au''J r" Only"ta ,_l" .drug- gI
Summer D re2ss G s Must Go

oathAt were $&S0, now $.W. I
a" that wetw $60, .now $,...
6t srod" ot their awrits a td So pIePe be Summer DIress M Wt A s1 i.
gmreated tod be e wrueeaed. Year awie euly. r fe eth 4* aOv r
i''ee teek if yI m wa *nt t ." p"e:es we 't&h_.'Ul 0 anld S6& t i .., ." '',"9 1.. .
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