Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: August 27, 1903
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
daily
normalized irregular
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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 )
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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: VID01961
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
lccn - sn 95026977
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 Related Items
Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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tedby Cl
40drtand
It Continue
1e January
'August 26.-
,tirs datee of Aul
-hi ra.natUon form

r :was acepte


t.. .eqzretary
egide someti ie.i
so'^twillo alluts
pffea shortly afterwa
resident alo author
4ation of the corzstponda
B- litfi and, Secretary HR
i, thbe latter's r e ati
the .corres-ondence jallo
ar Mr, .President: Yc
lE .to aaaent-.t t the Sua
ri~eitons tr which I rDa
teiree. to. privte 'fe:
b6le after bash


irtood. thnat: roba
trrange to t1 the otcice
,borthe emo te y
^y To 'to rt ln I: ffce
ia4y to send a nante to t0
oivemer or Decehpber, an
4o so my resignation- sh
-# tYslC PoUn the eve o
Wtlid to attend the ses
t^ab bund4arytribunal
Inua~blitoju..t',dge how
it' 1hal be- kept aw,
A-nd I, thereto
w ,-it resignlation of th
roi`txtry, of war to tak
the*poiautment and qua
r' luaecestor. I ahNAl caI
gl unabated loyalty n
tttton, condewce It th
rtlt1 and -priotwic
bf' your kintMne at.t e
t "which e. e
t~ me I shall no t ma
gtxi ie~wympatlmy sad lo
bolntey wlth wh
I aud carplead oh his w7
Ml .twaYe be bappy to hi
oif the adininistrttlo *
ditanere and- rugged a4
t aed detotlon to Ste
t the country -
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FtIGE me-Ity, Afd yoauruece ad been ,qua t .yg

edge o~ *, eaestl .htevement of ,.tre. .the t tsful opecato,
DQ By perfrnaanqe In. fullest tashion, of a af tc from the ga .
gt great phile d ty, the dotlag o, wh eb whi r roltngeelo l ie, hie ha0
/ .w~e or vital Importan.le to the uai1'4 gra.thlly ro wing woakw, a ,b:,


hief Ex than merely te-adaittsttrablon of the aO-t iy, hi w.t, l)
6ing deprtW ent 64d the reoransationof ls 1 Mlas Mariua and Mrawta r
Ing that th army o eftteb a. re t thehome, the well
In Of. l`o have been th hebad .ofa dea rt, "hado-s." The other dauI
12. 4ment wi*ch deals with the vast d4 trs. Aubrey" au dMrs. Youin, "u
deiHcate problems involved I D o 1 pe identa here and have been at t
-Secre- sssidn of the Philipplne Island% SA 4 i Dr._. Ralph Smith, of .i,
gust 19, your aucceea Is dealing With thKa Villi~ Fla., and Hines Smith, ot1
mally to part of your work has been aMl l the niajor's sona, are her,.
j our success et dealing with .e Thi other saona. R. Smith at
d t y titary problem. o w mart, an4 rank Stmth, i a 8 \
in n 6teamen, indeed, in aM icUtlry. nl6, Tex., are telegraphed and a
T voen t the one and tthe aMMe ti m pected; alto Victor. Sn&th of
live a nglei anm tzmi ig triuma i Xmgrk, and. Carlt mlith, of Mexi''
administration iof w&at .* a'tln lThe tuIeral will take place at
a dpartmset of Inl :ar d' 'elo0t4 Wedneaay.. morning,
w. were the pben --- .. ,..
a our people an were In ,e .i FELL A ,CORP 'O SIALL F1
:of groat difficulty. : ""
Sreover, aside from your work Isi eugOne Carry, Newt6 qu!Mnty Fi
two divitsons of the iovernentB oi, at Co r to eI appreciate more keenly. th | Oovlngtonn, a., A-itfat t
r Iitraluaole advice and a"Ot ane yOU I teami w ain
ha-ve rendered e me la Innumerablpe mat- aier, 1Eugee Otmrry, g wf.l .ntwu
ters of weight r ot coming d directly in thdt.-trlout farmer of.NWtqcn o,
SPo yourr, deparntoental province, but in droipo. ~ ded on thefield,
ary; wh$h Isotiwht your aid with the cor Phytit. we r at .nce inn
ties taifty obipot being -disappointed., Yourq and p oniouneed theo oas -e of h la
Spocitlon on the Alaskan boudlariyI to be heart failure, hhieh' ws hi
the commisefion at the present moment Is on by the excittmen t ot the gI
ence be- ani mlstlation of these services. Mr. Corry waA bhualy engage
ot con- "M~AyiRtl good fortune attend y~o^ thiiing and rooting for hIs
on. In Wherever you are; the Ainerlca.n peo0 when the attack truck him. I
we: 'le Wi. you well and appreciate to between the third base ai4td:horie
the full the debt due you for all that A Mr. Corry's hotre was in ltc(
ou Dave you have done on their behalf.- Faith. vtlle, where his body will: i c
efficiency fully .yours, tonight, the tunteral'tkdng )li (
ve wish-. 'THEODORI ROOSEIVELT." tomorrow. He loaves a vWi, at
-imaon 'aso ---oral children.
mnt of UR OF TIE CHALOE".8 His death caued the, pay.ers,
anr o come, panic-tplicken, an,) th
yea of Turllsh Government Refuses Ex*ava game was broken op atid tlft
l .toilN i.rvHlge to Amertoan-. lehed In the thir4 inning.
,biy will N. )ork,, Aug. a. 2.---,'Atr e. .. r-.e'- -. ,.
as you tan three years of'prir on and C!.R Ait ll(E OFF AT RIOHM
ear, and effort, and4 the expenditure of more.
o in the the $6,000 .a plan or the scavotlon Lasted Sixty-Nlne Day6 and Co
you will of Tr of the Chaldes and other places proxImateLy 4255oo.a
e senate in Babylonia by Amerlcan explprers, rlchnimod. Vs., Au uiat 26
d before has been formallyi abndt(bed becaussa strike of the street railwi.y *ne
Iould be the Turkish government Wifl not grarit here ha been offically d-elare
permiss-ion-to American -ctiseen to d It had tastel just sit y-nine
t sailing work. In a letter to subscribers of !w is eetlmald to ha o
visions o1 the Ur exposition, the Rev. Dri John street car company $125,,t.! the
and amn P Peters. chairman of the advisory ora, in loes of- wa.es, $5,00,00(
IIfly board sgys: 0 tate, by roaspn of the ,ecs-I
'y ron On June 19, 1900, an applticatlon t' gre to rafintain Ofrdter, $75,OO
)re. now made for an trade to excavfttj the city for vti".al onle, crte.,.
1e office gheir, Ur of the Chaldes, and N one fan waso 5 ot 4 ind lleod
o effect wls ruins in close proximity In ou- soldiers during the ,por ) d <
liflcatio rern Babylonla, and the requtird topo- tMutble.
try away graphical onap was submiltted with, 'One motornman w.as StaUbbe I
your ad- this application. The applilat wad Ws other, -whlle s1oreW of p"reon e pound ld all rexpects in conformity with the bsbeen mMre or lose sarlot- I.y Inijn
tsl6sh.- law of the Turkish empire governing ys i a rta< f t
1tV grat- exeavationa. a .Ii(o.ee
an..en "No pernmaltos to excavate hia baeen
s obtaine, o a y satisfactory ran Crushed to
Sto M W son been given for the fallhre to gr Atlanta, Ga., Acrgust 20 J. 0.
yalty to such p rmisskon. Later, at-theae narO- a ar s n on the Weter n
iSh -Y, estlon of the Turkish authorities. Atlantic railroad, was rushed to
trk-and Ibratim was substituted for M aull r yester sy sa nooe while at we
ie bSe." with the same result. I a Itcbh elzge in the railros
direetst "Dr. dgar J. Banks, the director ctr e a I 1ch0 Wba mieslora n0oi
dherence of the ekpe4Stion, has been in o0n and had to pass a- trin wh WlIj w
true i- stantinople. since Jan..17., 1901, oarn- tonary. Truewr- w"a stalfln
ketlIy -premelig the Turldsh govtoyrnlm t rear of the te4der, ate binW"toI
*tKetm, witi. the cooperation of the Uuitd there uS noo to pa the tr
.tat.et leration for penriaslon to in eaot* way i wa. tpocke4 f-
....... .. t tender.. JHe was caught botw <
-n-ine had eaWr atd so badly
"r Sudmn Death stampeeed Neegree. e* that he'died tu a (tw mini(
o:.r Wtimblmtn, ,N. C'., A.suiat ,o.-- .. ----....
notu: 'it c Wa1rS tIJInrtw U law ar CA)hm Tne t calvin Sli
at rn a )a iNi --rd church An this J Columbust GL. Aw agt 26.
S 1droppeu .~d >a tbh tldu of a meetn.t app*osachlt MiMteutpof th(h AhI
i f hte eouxeg$ation waa ti rowu ttito leaislatute i bl1 is to be It-nri
great :cmi)Ot Sd anverai zaemttrer ebodylag the iprovifsons of :
ma a .eaty x$r-et troim the choir vin vseracy bilt which recat
1 loeft. Wes the mep.h.r denounced came a law l ergia. A pm.
.the t y.a '. te bI.o.r ix,4 op to Al* ia ;.qsutfo ,:l wrl'tt
^ ,wvela rullttre qpSw bib muRutlth aad iumbcA for & copy Of the bfl,

SMB fafced so I.tise eco^ tsature. Aolleam 5 e3,

* em Fe assl%)4es, ea, 8 sGy0-tttles tow
Mew .-rrdertA D. *ate is l t9e^ed oi th igI


0T a*t o Freser, W s t san a
taWin a d..e Wi te s aWto re y. s et9 Api -t King Ai
as t*.s t a iar' I Ausgeqs 34:--Tr. r.
f TP s E I ; tb*t0:'t r I


Y, AUGUST 27, 1903 _EN N A WI

OREAT CONTINENTAL LINC.
test Articles of Inorporation Pan-AmorTl-*
oan R lroad Company Filed. T
Major Guthrie, Qkla., Augut 8,-* 4e
dead r for a gantic raJl it4d, with a truuk .- ----" 7 ..
1 and lina co n> tilng Hulson By vit. Brit- li nary M#tlg
blad ish Colimbia,. uens .Ayt's., sWouth
beotn Amneric'a, and h iaving1 a net-wvrli of ; e0ooratio COntvIOktfc
.le bi- branches, wvasdscl.u oad whi n articles
hoe of- o Inorporation o.C the iu-Amnirtitn J(HNSON VERSU- X-IM)ml&4,R*
)n. a4lIroad company, witl n cattltti tock ----
au1gh- placed of $2-60.000,000 were 1ilal h4e* Gubernatoieat Nomination li tih'A


Aba rbinq Quetion- OereIt
State Ticket and Mony Other impti


with the srcritary of thri toritLory. -
The purpoe .of the cosrpormtion, it-i
is said, is to build a line of railway,,


ex t.endng from rt on. eison, udaonj tant Matters. 4
bay, in a southerly dcreitlonr, cre '"
uIg the tine of the Cansu(Iau Pactiftl Cblau ebus. August* 6-T.he
near Wt nilpg, Mantttoba,. through liitunary inetitilga of the DenmoratlQ~.
North Uqkota., outl DaLkota. N.braw. k-ate cotuiv'ettion here today are ts '
ka, Kansas. Oklioiatl, and the Ilndian aunost httly cout)uted lu tale hlttory, t ,
Territory to Galveston, Tex.; from the party Ia thiAs slte t
Galveetoiz tlhrouKh the Republic ot The ccuteot betW43 or Mayor Tom L
Mexieo to the boundary of neutral Johnson. of 0leveand,. azd John '
America, through (o the Isthmus of Zlmnmermxan, of SprivitSd, tor! the g .'
Panltn0, thence through the United bernatOrial nomntlon 0 overih ma lod.
State of Coklzblia to IEcuador and everything el W O thOt nothing ws ;
finally' through the re ubUic of PIe- h. rtl toiay ,of t platfot the pto
ru to kluenoB Ayrts, on t"h Atlautio poaed conetitfi$ o a Ia.nttents, s -
ocoan. l to-lal indOeWiW o : .e re t "of :''
Also a brunch line begtnnItg, in the state ,ticket. .]t IOt WiMS lt thb
*Republlc of Peru and extending in a itriCkrt meetlaigng *. eliI SII4' "
eaiothea.rterly d(trectiou through Brasi l t the meUoetdi- -i t .s** lt '
to Ilio Jaulero; alb a branch line bte night; he will he Ati att;
gintng in the Roepubli of Poru an Atorttal candidtAt* Sid tl f at
esxtoling nu a toudtherly direction ticket and oontrAol thtI W st'
through Chile to Valpmrauin, on the teal comiwilttle, ag well 5a"."d-.: ;.
south Pacftic ocean, oI adoption of his' platt4M I'A
The estimated couorf the Pan-Admaer. mormsan controls i tt4 '.W .
clan railroad Isa $20,000,000, aud the of theo dleogatte w the i ~ t
estlmatmtd length is 1o,000 molles. l he will be I noIe tin ttt4.
The tIicoirorators are W. H. Dodge, sRervative wfll r1tUra' t the 4t
Stephen A. Sbeldon, W. J. PnMletOn, the party.
llirod-ge- Phelps, of Shawnee, Okla., /he delo(48tie IM eet by g. c .-0eatf
and C. I. Wells, of Lln-oin, Neb. It al dk!ltricta at 4:, p>ii. I.tot'.
tis not known what outside Interest moemoIbrOs of the "@0lmttee:. d thiOt
If any, these meni represent. h*' committee meat at *X p il.
The m ion5 p0 -le0..mOintte :is
CHARGEO OF MALTRKATMINT. C~rdonltlalr t t aad -,1 tai W io"
afor aulhight -.ttings aets d
Sergeant Is Arralgned for Beating Solt manoent organlsAtl o ube axi
dters with Urarm Handle. of busine will bt lo fotuS
talse. -Prusitan axwony, Agt 6.-- musal. The new smatep comt
Sergeant Wilhelm Nebuhtxa, of toe .bl~ do ich tt i
ThIrty-ith- Infatntry segment, thee betree oast0
been Arraigned before a court.irdlali ,a uMern hasb very oIlos
tor the maltratm*n t of thee ,uadrA- t.Vi. -,
dOr him. 4e we chargedd wt lt best- to le i faver of. JOb:ol "ij|
ing the men with a brom h ndl val fromi Clevelandl t ,-g pe Q
Othlr brutalities are cbarged ag lM t trail, ascompanied l, txhndee4g|
hm.t; . houtin followers, .A IW|pettss
Whel i na bad tomiper he would tear hout follownr. gave i mets:
the button #fro ."tbo men'a WAt4 44 m ohon re so '.i t(d
compel them- to sew them en again J.n .on etr
tide today On ivott
lie forced the sodersl to .go tbrv'svb #m Iiits. "nt g g .wtc.oV0S
rifle drll on thbo boned knee I n n thats t
they ware xUuxted An* d On "- J hov h-tt( ei ti ;t. ast
ceslons he o axe taile rifles.. In an tMte mentlu.*t h 9
their mouth and crawl Irotnd on all" i r G I M t. fours. The court took Me cse ti"edt Wrt John H, .ark 1
a .visexent and called 'Cor d4 4it 4 gi ox t n ,it, li,, .
teemony, .. .... ...h Zly mrmsi B^ ,i.ir


0*RINGS VAL CALGO. vot, for lal t *1
toen oemnty delegat
Pseoflo Mall Companye Steamer Koree j, isahls Sad I thE W Al
dr eev orom Oriento ega.* Allen V Ta
:San ancthoo, Autust .-'te PIK .. f-i
fic Mall company's bg lI~' Kore OOWN WN HIT l:i|?K. re
ha. arrived front be Odient, bretiag *
Itas than .,000 tone of EingiW.. inoe end Firemtn staly
What her cargo losebe W 1% dWtOW' aS) en L;.e:.
siops has bees o d 4 up in eue t Ztt*. ?L.i Asinit '-. 8fle
I liudwd n rly 100 bai ftatf a s.M ei 41 a eLt e Vrd, 4 Wui* V
Iand thte value -* thlis hi tpImt 4w ~r OtRird, a crown sheet on l'laI
0huan t,W0,00o. the al gMle .114 In*l o4 0 'h
H5, elth of te and in a *t tran blw 1 t,. (at**
roo* I box.i of gold andrhr pp igt Ob(rl- AAbribt.u wo
eignued -to. tbe local nktaW. it. I pi A J, W.tt).ria
a. 0 and trbly b
STrut of Dalb Peweer. *-'. salgarotarof on
.eos, wa.u, Iy.. Ateu- t M.-* lehb e JtSwP r b. W..

t him nO.re. at We tt i yOhe.s.eatLp
wad ua4.e. denIa of the w 4eetJmoe,, ot aS^*iW ,t.UI"gOfli4.
lte cO ooswk altb w witim -: 1 ar tw ox -tg
Brogbtoia an itoeIrt .tdees that he, h . th
owere, 4a4 asked toeup to *Oft t'e
A*e to do the killing, )1 see Jw.j
a"t b. had ever askew th 4te Wit'


titRui that he pgpg feetsisg to as o p the s M Stele, .rj NOW*


1 8ee'* *~ 1 'iI iees
*I&. mbIMSm $ be these
wha wes bsee son ha

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iunfe;,unate Mkn Ws -A
but tle:Ouch s 14*, H 1i
* Inttnrvlly cOhnpgef
4fe Ri^overyl 'f


jkesvili0
*p nd 2ii
Seri end 9
hadhitfti


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i't ninto the,
theo


irof ithe r, T.he
S pvalk hpalfd mile be-,




sys injured insetrnally



,had left Immediately
ot his brother, The
'fig improved however,


bed to his duties. at

'ver-Wiise.,
allegorial picture of
ta*s5-hopper, ftut, In
il.y treading ont a
aralleled by the ma
sum of m.one


((b .o a safeguard
ra t! whose vie
h i6 the yIone a
Wh reme dy ( veryg

o bjy all d u'gGiat and


it Birthday Party,
the ooaston. of the ninth year of
dvahat into -this' world, during
I time she has had4 nop troubles,
I.kis' Be8le Ramsey, at the home
kI, parents, ir. and Mrs. Henry
isayi N6rh Gaineavlter onter.
t number of h.r young friends
afternoon.
KltLrnoon was a delighttful one,
bttanding the excessive warm'
tA, And ,the occasion was thor-
Se4joy ed: by-the guest. The oc.
^ .ss psosod in a imannor appro-
i d,14 delitlouos refreshments-,
g lcote dreaam cake, eto., were
||y rved aId, It Is needless to

Sli- u 6he 6 young -ests de-
"Wl aihln s lesee manwy hap-
ts>edIng birthday.
rwed, o Colkc Afteo Physician's
Iifit:-Tratfent-d Failade
if boy when f0our years old was
4i i'co o and' cramps in. hit
h. I 4aeW"Nfor tfhe doctor and 'he
d morphine, but the child kept
wot'se. I t1ten gave him thalf a
rful- of Chhinmberiain'" Oolio,
,ad .a i Diarhoea BeRmed. andi
Tan hour be was leoeplng' and
LveWrew.-4. .1$; Wlkis, Shell
>ls. Mr. WiVlkins 1i Iokee or
e Shell.ko LumberCo .. For
;y lcagg dine

at White Manging in soel Year.
i4a, Pa,. Augusta s.- EM -
Itk i wa hanged toere oday ftor the
f tah hou 1kee:r s
OVA ;iMK man to bU eete O t


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a >. t t U.o t ae 401610dn in wo

s., SIAN V 4AGS ATTAOKOD hOl p14*.
W it, r bp4coffee wings of Ilquer,
Iereaotei .*tt to e Mweieiv on boor1 eer b oarcoeH att p
-,qo'*..- ::,,iO f-.o- t -f :blg g mt e
ay n.habdlsnts dDie -dayd4, o ast ,ny t izm
a tbp A e ee din tinihe l4 d t' eil
BLgijnl Villages ser Teherkoekei, ordinary effect of S r O*iso
ilet of Adrnopeo ane reported to .roalizd It stdp th i and hg a fo ites
,'5y(q ee. i ttacted ply atreassiane denul ton.e. O Othe mat ..iirott casie.
'$o presents offood and cigarettes b yrha
whih thes ltansent t the a n der th di ... ....
4qui roh orttly atter dt anchored ad and- a ok that tl
xnlads, on theq east coat of Turkey, more at it, both
wer.e not permitted to be received on absolui free by mri
boLard the Rualea warships Admiral addrie Km
rugereang4to opt^i r gr6iing p.
RfleoIvedd n Audence by Popm Don't :ake any sistakik bat em-
,fioe, Auftat 4.-Cainal Moran ber the iame, 8wai TRoot, Dr. Kl-
n4 Awr~blhp f Srydney, N. SW., Imer's Swamp-Root", and th address,
wat rheceve today in plrhate ulat ence Binghaaton N. Y o every ottl.
by ope Plus rX and presented to the '
pontiff the conrat litions of 'thCath.
llol f Australta. The pope was o
vdry mueh *pleased and said that the "
thlegrax whih b oANi nal Moran bhadi t d
givn. him .the great .pleasure. He A
tlaemMed the prelate heartily sand i m-
rd to him thle apostolic bleas, DR S L V
wib hle aleo bestowed upron the Th 0 eaing the word
faithful of Australia. Their .audience f Wd b "Oti To ,IT"
laste et an hour. Pope Plus *X oo. i sa of Itih Tow ., Ge.
is partle.arly pleased with th res a0ythloI5 b vi
once of ,ardinal MorasI n Rome, saoworeas e
with his meeting with the latter, he :W as e

90'ao tou d f


nct or -iwvory RWSMOS
ew Yorkl' Auusut 9.-lPWr an act
of bravery and kindness perrormed
during the civil war, Daniel P41ime, a
negro 14Ylvig at Iatton, Pa., tis report-
*4 to have been bequeathed $,5,000 by
Jonathan .Moore, of Jakson, Micoh.
Prime wa sergeant in company H,
Wthytto0rtt6 regimpt of maspao hr
.rtt' voluntora, the first negro re .,
ment, and Moore was a Oret lleuten*n
ant In the I vvnth MiShigahn volun-
'toors. 1ott *\reginents participated
u the re-toapture of Port Sumter. Ueu.
enact Moore had eon f1 btas 14g abstit
tried 44*d' lay edin bo death, when
P1imn tore his blouse to pieces, tight-
ly bound uth injured leg an4 carried
the helpless ian to a place of safety.


Horse "'ralrner Suspended.
'St. Petersturg, August 26,--John 01.
lwr .Kel b. I Lexington, Ky., a train
er, "- bee en \.sulpende4 tor a year ow-
ing to the a.llgod drugging of a horse.
The stable with which Kein was con-
ncted hUas rmt with phenomenal su--
CeB. I tlDn. the last five month it
won $100,000. Kein denies the charge
&nd bmais appeled to Grand Duke Di-
mlnri Gonast&ntinevtch, the protector of

P Ploner Reformer Dead.
No wYo4k, Auguat 2.-John Foley,
Ne*W York pioneer reformer, who
.'l g4tht the fOamous Injunction suit
wtetoh ended k the rout of the Tweet
ri, 1a dad afttera lingering illness
at hi hm*h in Lexlnton'avenue. His
health w"r hatteri4 20 years ago by
his perastient a1ght for good govern-

Wiman Is Arrested on Arson hairge.
W@la WaU&L Wash., AUiSt -.-On
warrant froan Kentucky Mrs. Nina
Thompsoe, nee lana iord, was arret-
4 lit 6ight onh the charge of arAon,
_atlegl to have beUs o.ommtted In
Ketuaoky three years ago. The oct-
ears of that state have ben oM her
trask ever since.
Pameus AbolItioniet D-ed.
Ohicso, Auguit 2ft.-4ohn Blaner.
Srell knwnm in slavery times as oneo
of the t onamost bOlittl4ists In IlUI.
Unost o a leader in tU underground
E~i'w y movement, is dead here. Mr.
BMkser wee born hI Washington couna
* M, on May .' 1814, He ktaew both
&a&ola n DtouglaS'' an wi a
te.uth Unaool man. Between 18860
td o be helped o*0r 300 *lave to
li t^ ^tm. ____ad..


yare sore and weak
tan coughing, Hlow is
e fotgottl abot |


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Situated on the Jacksonville and
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north of the town of Alachua. Strong-
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Fine fishing and hunting. First-class
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One Year. ... ... ......... .$1.00
Single coples.. .............10

A handsomely illustrated magazine
devoted espeolally to the interests of
the fruit and vegetable growers of
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A special trial subscription of six
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Representing

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WHOLESALE SHOES
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Sole Agents for MONARCR and 8OVER-
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- Agent


Hie Arend Saloon and Caf-
Jackse'vhle. Florida


MerchantLonecb trom 12 to 2 p n. m.
Dartholemary Beehter A als Im*.
-ported W irgerg Beer a Drught


Steaks, Fi
to order.
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solicit .at V of y Ur business.




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Connections for Palmetto, Manatee, Oneeo and Sarasotalfon l i781,!
Saturday, from Gainesvile.
Train No. 84, Seaboard Express, drawing room Pullman elsee. s
Tampa, Jacksonv4le and Newb York, via Riohmond and Washingii.-i
buled day coach between Jaekgonville and Washington, via Richmond. 0j
dining car servicefrom Jacksonville.
No. 66 Seaboard Mail, day coaches mail, baggage and exprea car
tween Jacksonville and Washington, and drawing room Pullman sleepetr
tween Jacksonville and New Yor. .
No. C6 connects at Stark for LAOrosse, Alachua, Willeford, Wannte
Intermediate points, and at Arcner with Early Bird branch.
qnp. 566and 67, Pullman sleeper between New Orleans and Jacksonvi ll
Steamers for Key West and Havana.-Leave Port Tampa Sundays, Tuedi
and Thurpdays, 11 p. nm.
A. O. MAcDO~NELL, Ass't Gen. Pass. Agent, Jaelpontrille-, Fi
E. 0. COBB, Ticket Agent,'Gainesvil"e.


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Jackeoriville rid New Yor,
Calling at ORARLESTON, S. C., both wayi. "
The Finest Stesamhipt in the Coastwise Service'|

Clyde New England and Southern Linesil
Direct Service Between JACKSONVILLE, BOSTON and
PROVIDENOCR and All Eastern Points,
Calliung st Charleston both way;.
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Stopping at Palatka, Astor, St. Franels, Bereford (DeLand). and In:
Landings on St. Johns River


Steamer LOUISE," Capt. c. .
Is appointed tosail as tfohowa:-
Leave foot Catherine street, Jacksonville... T tesys a
Leave Sanford ..... .. .. ... "ondays .a
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A A'E, AM~rE

a rBatzo S g4p4ay a
...Y 1 4 _

NrH ..ADE QQD TALK.

_oreOthor Speakeirs, and the
;, W0i ,, rendered and
.j-De atD n t:et Dispensary
^Mu~atioWa.Interesrtng.
;i na< Oee Rwer Teachers' In-
'te was ca~ed4 to order in the
p Baptit churh Saturday, Au-
Sa*i o6'elek, by President M..
fIad. 1ot> all, tiut a goodly
1, ihe tecOhere were present.
haBhits turWied out en masse
':thie teachers a warm wel-
QieQite a number of visitors and
iifrotm other sections were also

t or Welcome in a substantiall way
iO when %we came to the
le adies certainly main-
putation in the culinary
the large crowd assenm-
'e table there was en-

bnoBt interesting features
program was the music
the Weeks Band of.

opened with prayer
J, Jennings Lake. Ad-
ae delivered by J. W.
oid. d 1lesponse by J. H.
G4 inaesville. Purpose' of Lo-
stittea" was fully diseusded by
)i3. U. DeLand, 19artram. "Num-
O k iray Grades," paper
Ila Fannie Miselle, Jennings
S '"BUsy Work for the Little
+ paper by Misa Emma Pinnell.
county. "Pleasures of Country
l Teaching." discussed by 0. M.
l3l9t Union Grove.
1lti te adjourned until 2 p. m.

'w to Teach Reading," paper by
jGabtella Abbott, Cleveland." Du-
0 theTeacher to the Oomnmunity,"
Sby Miases Flavius Cason and
xetpuer'.
Ue t.'' of the audience Miss
SMilel recited "A Lecture to
iet.x," which was very much en-

'tistory and Current Events" was
iibjeqt of a valuable paper by
l. A. Thomas, Levy county. This
'er was also disouased by Profs.
ee and Lynch.
Vatleof Composition Work," paper
htlSs 'Ruby Hawkins, Jennings

,)Or D)ebt to Posterity," Was very
ji, lscussed by Prof. J. A. Ormond,

.o recount of the lateness of the
ir rPof. J. i. Coffee .declined to
tlint address, but in a few well
Dir 0 words introduced the principal
er of "the day, Capt. Geo. M.
h of the East Florida Seminary.
~et, ")or Boyp and Girls." It
Sbeuseless to describe the elo-
ttewith which this brilliant apeak-
'andled his subject unless we were
to" publish the speech as a whole.
lt4ii to say that he outdid any
ylbus effort of his in the.way of san
ieatonal talk.
*ter the program tie Institute
t.d the following officers for the
1 i n g year President, J. A. Or-
a; vierapresident, Ruby Hawkins;
st y, Alma Osteen ; asistant
itary, M. Tilldan. The pre.i-
pt~pointed the three highesl ofil-
ia an eeeutive cotnlite.
4tir the Institute, despite the late-
f the hbar, the grand ebalUenge
on ltie diapenaary question uwaa
ff. The line-up wa as follows:
)gatisve, M. (!, Mclntosh, J.


ligbatfol and benefloal aset-


:'S ap an Awal Fat. '
rl 5l &a 3Ina of Melbourne, F it.,

Swaa gtven up ta0* ie
l ,lH IKUll.^ l'-.iall
M "
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THE AFPAIRS I I ND : '
Cotton is Ope'isiln i'l; rap
'i' Plentiful-Othitsri oa lf Interest.-',
Windsar,p Aug. .-t OWt6on is open-
.Ing rapidly, but the san that opesa the
cotton lakes it pretty warid for the
pickers tbkedays..
Grapes are I abundance and the
buhousewife has much to do .with
the preserving kettle. .
., Sheriffs and deputy sheriffs see to
be becoi'sing very numerous according$'
to the opinion of one .Of our young men
who waeseen walking down the street
with*his shotgun t)he other day, and-
when asked if he was hunting said
"no." IBut the sheriffs are getting so
plentiful it is well to be prepared for
all kinds of game.
Orange trees have put on a very flue
growth this summer, Now, give us a
mild.winter, and Windsor will show
up quite a lot of-fruit next year.
Rev, M. Stokes is conducting a pro-
tracted meeting at Providence ,church.
The interest seems to be good and we
hope much good will result.
Miss Lizzie Olosson has just re-
turned from a year's visitat Herkimer,
N. Y. We are all pleased to welcome
her back again. *
The people of Windsor, together
with the majority of the people of the
East End, are greatly rejoiced to learn
that in the near future a rook road
will be under construction from
Galinesvive ti Prairie Greek. The
people from this part of the county
have to travel over, some exceedingly
sandy roads every time they go to
Gainesville, and the result is they go
no oftener than is absolutely neces-
sary.
There is one point about this matter
of good roads, however. that the
o-citizens of this precinct are not quite
satisfied about, and that is the pro-
posed route through Stewartville. A
large majority of the travel from Olhis
part of the county to Gainesville goes
by way of the Hopkinson plague and com-
ing into East Gaineaville and up to the
square via Alachua avenue. Of course,
we of the country, have not much to
say about Gainesville's affairs, but it
does se4lp as though the avenue that
bears the name of the county, whodu
capital Gainesvile is, should not be in
quite so bad a condition as it is. It
would seem as though the good people.
of East Gainesville would demand that
the aforesaid Alachua avenue be
paved as far at least as the S. A. L.
railroad track. If our worthy County
Commissioners will put the road where
the majority of the people of the East
End want it, i. e., through the ham-
mock by the Hopkinson place and into
East Gainesville, why the' people of
East Gainesville will get their street t
rooked at the same time.
Denteysry Cured Without thoe Aid of a
S Doctor.
"I am just up from a hard 'spell of
the flutt? (dysentery),says Mr. T. A,
Pinner,, a well known merchant of
Drumtpond, Tenn. "I used one sinall
bottle f OClamberlain's Colio. Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy and was cured
without having a doctor. I consider it
the best ooeora medicine in the
world." There ia no need of employ-
ing a doctor wlhin .his remedy is used,
for no doctor can prescribe a better
medicine for bowel complaint in any
form either for children or adults. It
never fails and is ,pleasant to take For
sale by all druggists and medicine
dealer
Wrote Hi4 6wn Death Certlfloate.
Ohicato. Agust 26.-A dispatch to
The Tribune from Meiico City, says:.
Dr. Salazar, yln4 of yellow fever at
Taraptsco, called for paper and pen
and wrote his own death certlftcate.
Dr. salaar gave his 11e for his 'ps.,
tiemta, having been ateively enBnaet
*ince tas onebreak of the ewmilme. ae
was ( oharge of the Americai t/oe
pltal.
Watch for a Chill.
However alight at this time of year
ansd in this climate, it is the forerunner
of malaria.. A deposition to yawn.,


and an all tired out feeling even comes
before the ohill. Herbine, by its]
prompt stimlatve action on the liver
rives the malaril gerns out of the
arstem, parl se the blood, tones up the
system and t4s*Is .heatb, 60e at
Johnson' B '..
.ima'e Firet Now *at#.

5od *top paorf 14% per po eent bigb
er than thl i.trt balie .le4 for tn iMo


mNors to U4t 4t Lie.
*A ruis*s *ll* t di ftay,


iDA, AiBJ8T 27,1


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S ecurt Constipatlon
S by agitating the
lannot be secured until' I the liver
e the slWtestine1 s..
s. J.Unnat '
tks,i compels
*Btto ^R..'H^'"^-*


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I I -and Fever, and every form of
Malarial, BIllous, Remittlne and Inter-
smitting Fevers, and, by going to the seat of the
troublee, w-riks permanent cure.
FIFTY CENTS PER BOTTLES.


Fo r Sale by J ohnson Bros., G(aiiesville



WINDSOR HOTEL


Jacksonville's Finest
And

FLORIDA'S LARGEST AND
BEST YEAR-ROUND HOTEL
DODGE & IULLENS, - Owners and Proprietors


JAN. M. G AHAM, President 9 W- f'u.". -vice-Presidinut


THE F1T NATII AL. BANK
Io6 O -A.3 rI-Iv3B ILbJ3B.


THE


ONLY CHARTERED BANITIN ALAeOH COJ
Q( pital.... ............. ... ... $50,000 00


f


Surplus and Uulivided Profits... 2,o00' 00o


lIaile


Dooesxalulvely a baklsdotbuUat; with facilities equal to anyi b nk In the State Htol
the Saoountsaof arMaer. Mterohants orporatlons, oe. Lntereet alloweoo
by apeolals rr eemumEnt, All buineus trantUimoedi proniiitly.
/ ,H. i. TAYLOR. CashlIr.


Gainesyille & Gulf Railway Company

THE FRUIT & VEGETABLE ROUTE
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Time Table in effect July 6, 1008.


No.4.
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L. I BAKER.Kt General Superintendent.
F. HILL, Agent. JAB. M. ORAHAM. Presid,


iCiIM '" *LM V WO O W U






THOS. H. KEATING

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B. R. COLSO, Mangi
AINE8VILLE, 1i.A.


The. queHtiota of Title '
lirst eonIideration for tho
Investor...

Abstract of Title .
'i'o any plecet of luand in
.Ahilchiia c uiity lritlltdlKi '-.
on i p lplic ali-oni.

TAXES HETUINEI I
ANMD PAI .
'i And all iattrm oncorn.
ing tho redomnption of tini
cnueeltil tax ertllleates
attended toproumptly., I

ww V-wI w W r -Iw W I- .


GUARANTEE AND
TRUST COMPANY ,
Will stoHp y)ir reou a IbI
youu i holu1e. For m llhmsi.
tiu ol l .. n

i0, W. MOYERSv
lnINEVILLE, L.A.


'REAL


AlTDfrt TALS.

tate asnd lit to thet i ake ndli
hb tohlmilrul for Si1y hulli0
placed In st hmnyds fb-
Also A AEA tIA MUTUAL
IIE INI4UAMIIN CO., ttaking
partiep 410 -to $4 4'-arl 4of ,i.
Call o1 mc std it l ili I -te.o ;
ARemut fro all lkpde s falIhio
agd Firt proof Itooiag. ,


RAIL ROAD
Oimtnrs Vry oew I lnais aI t-mob li a $hl)ml t"


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Neeve!.- Now MoA2o0, Arta Jlvo-
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tdlu. Wymlinw, oil m ii.te M JuM ai11.
St. Louis and Return

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4tLebr" Is a Gen


WS:' interest by ia
Slittle faith in- so hools of
.. .

be0.)ne! editors would inaug-
lip ustom of carrying bargain.
w. -b4aerents they might escape
e i e Empress, a censures
A iften iir sed with an axe.
gls',t that i Governor Jenna
g to te iiddle of to ad"f

? .,;-f-I r som e'r. 4'0dl-
,0 T aliafer '.r ooktoi.

ei pretend to laughs at
Sbt they: re mortally
0o fall the Demoorats
"li 1asl^is fuo. r moderate

^ |itU so written about
g t u.,..uthehe d oovey-
^ a. id teveniteen,-yeabr
d ha beeIn I. bond age' jln 19,0rhe
ho/'iA* sie 'ras two yoars old,
p 0 16'h her htfathafor $2t I
U 0''**i)lms could used
1 s; : w Wa iL the th re sretai
t '44 .,nker and soot, with

wl tlvretsry, i 9 war at


Siud, aientaOlerk to
the tt- sster i*4tor i,"lies been 4b.
sent trdan the ZPos 1iio* '^epartnetb-
hsonc'e y 40 Pe la 6nyig the
su.: m cl n ag l ri-t. :'at r
f:the l,-b heo m I tttt 'e e :.t w d
s:: alary be|orte Ptmas, i General
: a. n on ertif 0 e -tha. tor that
It'and. I-who Is aeto in vtigation,lB is
c"unducting nau
S8peaker-to-be e oIhcntinue; lin
his opposition to eiandal legislation,
so dear to the PIenident 4fnl theo Well




diVind the Presidte dh ieeds will,
^' )^* awve -to ofr some hate o.ir d u;iy
*.- plums, of patrd.0 40, e
tagonism of nth *tl)emea, front

l oThe Suin regretto ted ttHI.
4f^'.obn N.. C. Stokton was ~lth. le.
e .:.h
curbing element in the me|et at
Iuoita" Gorfta one"th Zib.uaL Kt


3|antnepIt4w and stated. anong other
aIB h)Mr. 4tookoa had so)d tha

h "iarroib thblie. Such language wa
*,'tu Oan eset ary, and i s:':
t*f m^^S^^^^ th^


WfI abo4t 1OA
4." o bl. bfe feee-pary, nh thne
the dlsa sb6Att ta... idt ,
h.^secesarifly create very grgre
s of a tbtal tailuide of jst &
Anti 9e when the 4oe 0 .not reuilt,
the moral eflct of the p ,anishient is
incaloulably diminished by the long
idmneaningless drsgiht ig -out of the
prawseed 'of rthe lW Th)ooerder h
theb e things better, i pngland,' and
*surely England does not' tield to this
Toreany other country in ~apeot for the
consi ti ttional right of the citizen aor
desed of crimes. How to retedy this
stateof affair0h a 6 rblen to phieh
the best mipdu of the i egal profession
would do well to. address themselves.
The outrageous delaysof the law lead,
on the other haid, ti the encourage-
meotof the lynohing spirit; but that
Is not the only, nor we believe, the
most serious minIsclilethey do. In the
spectacle of the apparent endless put-
ting: 6off o, punishment whleh those
who possess or command money are aso
often able to procure, sthe es just-
ly'see a practio al partiality in that
l aw whih in theory, treats alal men
alike." Nothing can do more to under-
mine' the veneration and loyalty in
which the law ought to be held, and
which eoaantitute for a democracy, the,
chief guarantee of the perpetuity of
its- insti btions. ,,. . -

Hon, Pe1.. -Alexa..der tN one \of
the ia eonfldent jene in the world,
H ,he is absoltel certain of be-
r nominated for" Congress. Mr.
alexander alsoosays that if ex-Senator
Call enters the senatorial race there
will be a second primary, and that the
seeboni race will be between Mr. Call
and, Senator Tallaferro. It was an-.
nounced some time ago that Mr. Call-
had acknowledged that he was
wrong in charging Hon. John
N. 0. Stockton. with his defeat for
senator in 1897 and that he would sup-.
port Mr. Stookton for senator in the
prtnmqries next year. Recent develop-
ments, however, indicate that Mr. Call
is still "sore" on MT. Stockton.
Should the ex-senator enter the race
he has many friends throughout the
State who will give hin loyaj support
in his endeavor to return to the
United States Senate. "
Senator Taliaferro's speech at Punta
Gorda wasa manly and conservative
presentation of the work accomplished
in Congress by the present Florida
delegation, -He gave each member
full credit for his shAre it the good
work acoomplished and loft the people
to Judge' of the credit hohinmeelt is en-
titled to. The present delegation has
worked harmoniouslyogether for the
good of the entire Spate, and it will be
a sad day for the people of Florida it
the hartopny now existinig between her
:senator and representatives is broken
by the defeat of the Junior senator,
James P. Taliaferro. ..
S'. $100 Reward, $8100.
The readers of this paper will be
pleased to learn thtt there I at least
one dreaded. disease that science has
been able tocure'in all its staget and
that is Catarrh. HalI's Catarrh. Cure'
ist the only positive cure now known to-
the medical fraternity. Catarrh being
a constitutional disease, requires a con-
wtitttional treatment, Hall'sa Catarrh
Oure is taken internally, acting direct.
ly upoa te blood and. mucous surfaces
of, the sVstom, thereby destroying the
lomadatlon of the disease, and giving
the patient strength by building up the
ontltutlonh and assisting nature iu
doi s |lwurk. The prcprletior have
.so much faaith itn Its curative power,
t hit the-offei :One. Hmured boJlarl
for any O.gu lhatit faila tbcure. Send
ffoalft lstoftestimonitll.
Add rsa, FP. S. CKONuV & Co.,
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S. avnnai h Te- m Wins.


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:thlk y~ actual uervie., butl,'.in tour
e i ias risen .from an aeAiy nurt
Sepntfihw the A'nk of a eAptain, to a:
brit4tsi general, th ry nearly the sn-
or br Igler, over the heads of several
fthdaip' lSntors who have served all
thymij, t^he olvilw WJ
T e;4ti.re North Atlantic squad ron
of th Amelrican 'nvy was .at irni-
neit risf otgolig aground, to proceed:
up Lo p land Sound to Oyster Bay
wh O harles of powdr were
e plie ,-i: greeting the Preien
and: th ars and marines were.Obliged
to l ia the f' 4ande" and-nd at .at-
teuttwon *, two hours inabiai4 'un.

Blou~esns, lour' astoCco contlpa-
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u, n'tue case mue qam p e..
beehas an adpotihg ,te*a*ite
at. in t y a 4inder oie
Samost pe 0 a)'
-iadt pure weit. e ;a^' nd fr e


ge t:.ih t1ent.m'f ~.s 4,bi. : ,
; aty, .ee .alt~ hi I b e100 o.ie at
least a' mle ha an d a it h 4
which irwaq, wIer, uth )iqlie'
thCn the I.'`tve .T le' h h'
motea it or e tmated, t v e rt tof
three inhes re'ery t*pht.V-tet bettiss
*and whor 'on the' lot jo abroay dtie
comes near 'the roiloitp^ ^i Mttie t
necet'gary.o tnhl shovel the asap4 0l "
fofmning ene' ,creicen ti'b r
w*..tt., .ome o ...thd o^r.. Ettlet
Ift in lEarr )vtagatme.

.. .... i h e +^ ^ '': t "
tr" of IW n i e ithi
ithe e tii t Tiut is tomeha i
the a wrlttehe d ard oaelated o"i-,
Their. *dwellin" arie a-wtys wet,
ndin oi pi4iitht of the
year the darkneq. of the arctic night
envoleIps them The ihr AroUb 604 them,
beneath" them, abpve them. Ie nine
ases out of ten if they ventuelt a broad
they 'bijeathe the frosan parttiles* a.d
thm sensation is akin to that wichb
comes from inhaJIng tpe blast of a fur-
Nev.rthele they refuse to ml ve far_
tSor a pitb, with the approach of win-
tI nhe d as do all the other Dsktm trlbed,
o't take A sort ofd perverted ptide ite
a ich'he6 ptne hti r in their mnery.
"What Dmatterha they say, "if we are
cold and hungry? fe Are the last of-
all 0oaet. We dwell litereily.,t the
end! of thq warl.d To the north of us
there snow, there is ice, buit there Is
no tnd. and, there Is nothing that lives,
breathes' or hans independent move -
menit.*--Pearson'e.
IDsnia the Prohifle.
f"As a tule, I do not begin a boott xn-
til t Its finished," the older Pumas used
oftel to say. And- certainly the pace
'at which he put his works on paper
seems to bear out the statement. No
feer than sixty volumes of his ap-
pered within a 'single year, a record
probably ever equaled before or since.
On one oevasion ohe made( a wager of
t10. that he toquld, write the frgt vol-
ime, of a new book'the haed planned
within' seventy-two hour". including
thp time for meals and sleep. The work
%wss to ao'opupy *Ienty-flve lIrgo fools-
cap pages, oeaih page containing forty
live Hiues and each line fifty jetters-a
total of 8.87d lines. Hle won the bet
with ridiculous ease, accomplishinag the
lin aln houra lets than the specified
tlae. ___________________
elowelu That hlRewra the SSick.
Botanists and others who have made
a life study of hewera hbove recently
\41Teofvored that, the phrfuine of blon-
somee It often rncreased by growing
them under colored glass. They state
also that some pl Ons are fragrant only
at: night and other only In the hot
Asunshine, that the sBason affects the
odrsto ala thit omt.e perfttnes power-
fully effect the human organization,
sometimes giving rise t. serious nerv-
ous troubles,. lowers of delicate per-
futow iiet the nerves 'of Invalids, It a
asserted, but the violet. lily of the val.
loy aund caruntitins are ally harmful
to the stek, 7

'*What's te dOrlvAttlori of the word
,''1 tlre i tiup." .. .. .
"'B s atttly the word 'must mean
S.iSOm etilng.".: ... :. -. .-
'.*'* Igus. it wnas JIust faked up by
some 9oet who ne*'iedt a rhyme for'
"nowlea.' "-Phliludelphia Ledger.

Ma\ l Y'ie,. .ar, I '11) be a help,
meet to.. oW and try to lighten thb dally
tiroubte lad 'Worries of your 11 as
Artbur-ltlat I hat' noe:, darl'a.
bta)M ,-ij okt goes I mea
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have. o seen bW at. l growth
t'er T d, Sit.ea. rta otlhe, yr
Ilhiy w'ere P I" fairly-, odt ~-e thli.
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,Sn," t ai etitn iwts. e lived i- aa
l.that cliou g tiy, s a It t ail c lop natin,
SOits ary titoSt reverts to to dtebaminoe
Itiattul she rdeatuli paceUs xnoen
h fi.at i-i yet irm stocv k ei iitd r.Ato
atln o it Unted O t-q. Th e second ybat
'when eoeA ti,"Ihav o ta s ite ra T


i* a*re oft 6faprlgeous bis but theay
.lt fiet in with these:ble wprid outj
ttita a very riprestng corner ofbamboo,
earth, and ma y. things ieeorimond It.
At tla n hitots -are in tbhdr way a ftli
people, In the. rural dliti-ctsii atii,-
lay.n gron In th te tt are t most Ihonoii
blen ungs ever met. Hve n the.' lte
wiey, are o sharperouena lly, but not-
narly so sruil thous.e mpeect

rvie fmatitua&tl Foreigaer.
I 'avw a very pathetc sig toner Forb t
eart, sand many th g oberg eyoungm ond t
tn, Inabd Ititaei are nllei way poor fOlrn
eigper-. Icant tell you dhis nationality-
--at t nae crneor surrounded by honora-
bl pile ofluggag ever met.
e igaled to anaproarelg ar,
bI taw thea var passed right on, Motoran
and conductor possibly.- objected to the
idgr- freign't. e No sooner had the i ar
- dtood han the young manurroburst out
crying, and the tears ."rolled down his
cheeks. It seemed strange* to see a
man act so.
It was one of those, stories which
haVe no beginning and no ending. It
may be that he had waited there long
and that no car woUld stop for hiU. It
may be that he thought that that was
the last car that was going to his desti-
liation. I only know that he was a
stranger In a strange land and that he
seemed broken hearted and that I
sinlled to see a' grown man in tears for
so simple a thlng.-Pittsburg DIspatch.
Cues asU l1ife liwe5ewvewu.
The tashiont of wediring tbe hair in a
cue commenced to wane in the latter
pnrt of the seventeenth century. As
we th-ink now of those queer pigtail
adsperndages It oldoin occurs to usa that
they could have been of any use ex-
cept as an index to humtOan olly. It
appears, however, that occasionally
they were a very Important part of a
gentleman's plersoi, as may be inferred
from the following complaint published
in England at the time the fashion
bles commenced to sut their hair:
"Tthe bathers of Irighton complain
bitterly of the trouble they have in
pulling young gentlemen out of the sea
Since they have cut off their cues. Till
one of these docked fashionables sll
drowned from this circumstance the
rage for cropping will not die out."
aeooarliwlntillse Houses.
A clergyman who spent many year.
In misslonary work In (te west says
that hie had occtasli one day to ride in
a full stagecoach up a Steep hill. TIhe
driver where the acent was sheerest
got out and walked, and as he walked
he would frequently. open the door of
the coach and then abut it Igain withI
a slam. This the peagemers found an-
"iooki here, drtri" one ofit them
said. "Why do you kick up such an i-i.
feral noins. with tlhat door7. ,
-.*** hart. up .*e thbte drig-
se answered. "EVd 7 thie they" bear


this door c'loe they think that one of
Itpu taking pity X6 tbhsm, has got out.
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go Markets. ,. warve h.w o.siiozsn up 'tle hbaxt rief.' Xioh easaBS t. Si V~Ixns
i.ghi.\ Low. Close The girls sNrlg foraRlt ,nd an tB l --Ir '
.nil 7d.th t.7n pir 'te i tJp 4uo ln ua.- n P qotatroo-ttno
: 80ip 80% with. fa lonsg iingsl cry. T01 h' .ie wpoI e a tta oias.
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... _ _-,_ ___ Ifn the geese in Germany march D
-'n- with military precision. bhich lmay be D y
S.w rL A oeo ?lam the reason why thbe famous dril style Wholesale and Retail 2.87 .p. .
.BwYork, A ugust 1.. -Wltllai Q. of the erman Infantry Il called the
b ou e tm rpe.o r "". A writer TreI thN LI QUOR D EA LE R. 21i Wi..
S..,a reported t r de b to reat gooe arrs which whicI hp h
rWe notice troi Denver, Oo1. tat are so lateresting to the health seekers Daily
1 belr to a large fortUine leb3 by at Bad-Nauhelm: f ..
oba t M. Quby, It "It is worth while to go to Obey. four full Art. d b tO e ain 1 about $500000. wMoerlen at 6 o'clock in the afternoon tO ke, eedpr.~ ss, forL ... ily o Ra
s- tnk t Murder ee these gee returning borne tro ruli sSodMa, iy $4. I<20 -
jPole Think-aIt Murde. the fields .a The onlyae ia white with dur b4ld5 tAS te ,gnToNn e2e 8.;. ,pm
kCAg, AIatusa 26-6-The ody o them; hundreds and th ouaands, reg 8ourMah. ere repald..... '
d dettifiod man heE been found meats and brigades of Igeeae. marching t NS Fso PS EO LIt i
e Inea river at Riverside along with military precision. A they W. F. 8IBA.
.the police think a murder ha e near home they separate of their own W8h: an.
Recoimkitted. The man was ap- accord; sixteen to the right, twelve t6 100 W. .Ba st. Jacksonvlllo, VI, Dally
tip 40 or 45 ra,-s of age ar wt a the left, a detachment up a lane, anl so 1 --- e-x. Sunday
__I__d__i a on-all quacking loudly, but bearing A wAri !AIU"" --01-
.th- emselves with that keen sense of orh "-re 11A LiiQ DERe
--i. e lt *O. a Wdt to- illm., dcr and discipline which di2tinguihe | |IIJ ipal inweIll
lpon l.a ood felow,\bilt his con. the vatelnd" Thro ugh Pu
lal oniJ abilitlet are remarkably r Bao Itet, tiI. Line; alsio V A
Id He.a ha a ftw .stock phrases. Wlray cow. Baype t,1. For oquplet
t'.. I 4 Il Iinally i iclentInc harp comes, to Ml* .t B. TA Y LOH, Mlangler.. &dd..
WeIll what else cn you expect? our resce and ia science explains the FRAN' B',e
a stoc.brokt r.'--otincinnatl Con- phenomenon of the poppitg of pop- A...... Ma I i
saer-Tr corn In ase extremely lucid and Interest- l AT REiAHONABLl T"h< fleels H M.$ M2
S --"- .eo.- a- so.c. c.-.. O on I lg fianUser. The learned gentleman frt h : ind b uit water fishing to be hed WilI
i loving their enemies that If they The etbrch.polygots are of such n' i be bhad in a shorn diJ<.nco f1om r"e ..-.
t any they are perfectly willing tue and construction as to faciltatd' hotel. Take th' rait to Brookesillle r
1 fake .--itiUadelpbIa Record-* expansion and render It explosive la and dtie ovey r to isuyport by priatl LjA
Character. There Is a fracture of a gonveeyae. 7-12cn *O
'flte aer* se, particle along Its two radii, the endmo-. .p-r.e.. ...--- W. ...
al nd (In n aide to his wfe)- sperm swelling very considerably, the t Kvi]V '
in'tt thinul 6 onie more ane- peripheral portions cohering with the n
or bldren'at *ianrtneu. let's hill, but the fractured quarters tun- ...* .
Srilt .way for they're et back to meet below the embryoo" -
^ ady to ten hll hngs about their Awd ther you are. tellnotonly 5ID *t ICI A H5m orep
ittl in pl iSen't Itt-Cleveland Plain Dealer. t Corooove ,i ar5 oiria.
n who cannot erSueo i Ike a W e..*, discitpl s ie e* Ptwhisce h 0t x 5
r .who c, nOt che. ie wwailows B et-we the mountains of Iadia and Alvio A e W
IOf KIanritprtparted Kro 4dLt ala. ", a* powerfthI tribe, amonga...,. -


detpi.ablo P whewi:n o htusorinaary iustom pae- 4 iq t
vsw #tl .easat rhfts havTe appareat-
ra 4 *as. re ve l eogtn. for e A AIC sad Is 4 t quart
redt idid hi of that a b s t n choose their own Prb KRry tet 4 i t
t yestWy? b.tiand. I a stgle woman las. to.*. 4 t t
*4 -,-T V *x frank wlth 40 wh seb wim:bee to tah e h t*an$ b": et t 0 rto.r 4 f l qOht.
Coh ai e f toaass tha1I bat o pthei an eawdoz _( --- e A q*
r d e to obt|"e D 0. EDWARDS, 1 tu
Is ~ Is rh. emW a t:e D'II .....
the777-77 he l.te m ebo ta a I bo^ Pae ,edels "h -ta mw_,m be,... t, ,I'. .. I t.. I?5Ai B VSffll" PSS

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FOR ALL EARTHLY POINTS
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Time Table In effect ay 19.
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High Springs and nor- '
Smedlate Points
Ooala, Loeeburg and Tamp, and ...
Intemerdlaite PolIt .. .
Palaska, Daytona, Jaehkonril i1 .4
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