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Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Publication Date: 07 14, 1903
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID02136
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m te pontIr, on last I"Gay niglltAI
rtirt OlI_. when extreme unction Was ad-minls-. -lH|!||llN INIC
.I. tered to h-tm holiness. The cardinal!

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Brave Spirit Much Broken,


appearance at


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Is Intensely painful.
mental acumen, but
Is terribly broken.
dally ai)paront ;o m
to seeing him often.
ed a great change in
edition during the last


the holy father
He maintains
his brave spirit
This was espe-
e, who am usej
I have abserv.
his physical cone
five days. His


words are now uttered with difficulty
abn he raises his hand only after an
effort. His face Is excessively ema.
elated and bis..eyes are deeply sunk-
en. fis extreme weakness is evident
at the first glance; there remains only
a shadow of the man."
Pope Leo continues to show great
Interest in arranging that his testa.
mentarv desires shall b)e carried out,
He has Specifically designated CarT
dinal Itampolla, Mgr. Mocari and Car
dinal Oretonl, to see that every de-
tail should lhe carried out as he de
aired. These arrangements relate to
the (circumLstancos and place of burl;
al, anfd also to his bequests and the
provisions of his will, *fKlch have been
drawn up. ."
A representative of the -Associated
Preas saw one of the pope's doeroru
this morning and was a sured thattlhe
amelioration which had taken place
in the condition of the pope stnce the


upe:-atiou was i-oro noticeable
auy which had occurred since
pontiff )bocaniu ill, but It was
uffTicient to enablo them to con-
the jiopij out orf immediate dan-
It iti probable that the 1H,,


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operwtio.n.. Th4


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the patient mauke constant
I and thus, during the Inter.
Lween ea.wch otverat.iou, gain
' enough to gradually absorb
Id which forms In the pleura,
hit w;akltess augment., which
nean, ultimately, a catastro.


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REDUCTION MADE IN PIG IRON.

Furnaces of Birmingham District Cut
S. Down Prices.


LAY,JTULY 14. 1903


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To Take Initiative In Import-

ant Movemeut.


IS A


TENTATIVE


PROPOSAL-


Plan Is For Amalgamation of Chrluk
tian Endeavor Society, Epwortb
League and Baptist Union-Convon.
tion No. 6 Meets at Denver.

' Denver, July 13.--A movement o0
I signal Importance In tbo religious
SwoI -d :has been launched lby the Ohris-.
tUaii Endeavor coaventiotn No. 5, in
session here. It Is a tentative pro-
posal to work for the aumalgamniatilon
of the Ohriatian Endeavor so)ciety, Ep.


worth
and it
of a.
to the
taking


league
will be
petition
other
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and the -
I presente(I
fromI tle
two nation
Itlatlve in


iLitlst Union.
in the form
o441iia vorure
iil bodes. In
tihe advocacy


of such unlon the Christiani Enadoavor
Society points to Its j)rwl)rlty of esm
tabllshbrent as justiflcat ion,
"To evangelize the wirlil," this Is
the keynote of the pltcas of tho noted
mtinilstnrlal orators of thil cou-mtry,
and of F.hgland who nttieitl the. sos'


efoll( of the lirternatl-onat
ndleavor convention. TIF
mite ruin fo)r carrying c4t
will le adopted bofo.r, th
tlon adjourns Is probably.
Services In churches at
A m 1--- -- a_ I .- a & -


- hrlstian
at a dcf-
tho work
o convon.

. o'clcolk


Lulis morning were attuiire i tjy LouC
sanid of delegates. |
FI)n1m 8:30 to 9:30 oX I)e aessilons
j of thte Ohrstlan Endeavtvirr School (t
Methods Were held In eight churches.
At 10 o'clock a eonflhurtn3( of state,
Sdistrirt anl loral nunt 2n officers be..,
gan -at Central PreothytrjUn *hurch, I
I Prnldeu't Clark p)reoiding. Address
Ses, containing BLIsgg tlunK to' Cliriw-
tian indeavdr wwrk('r wre delivered. '
Simultaneously theo ovontion prop.
er was In Massioin ait ithe largest teint
hn Camp E1?ndavor. Rev Jamnnes T,
Hl, of Saloem. Marss. ipreslded. I
I"Our Rseoir(res an) How to Devet
an r ) tmnni "' I wam t Ih fnm t iJI at t l A'a i t


MATCH FOR PALMA TROPHY,

Annual Contest of International Rifle
U 3 Awsociation.
13ull!). glat .1 July 13.-'The afnt-
axial (vOilp of UO u National Rifle a4-
I ao tt, ouet'o&6't htro t-day with 0th
Ilgreat interiAtitinulut tC1ani n1ach f*r(
vthe I'U una trphy, "LIlt woathlm" conl-
i dit:otis wort it L)!ndliI. I"ullowilig are
Sthe rofualta;
I U'nith1d4 Khigdozm. 554 ; America, t I ;
Canatdua, *3t;; Natal, 613; Norway, 44i;
Prance 441; Australia, 51S.
The1 above scerus wero outt of a
pors .Iblok 600.
,I ic IndivIdlial American tAoraa at
S8u yards wtre:
Privitet OGorg C(ookc. 714: Serogeunt
J, H. Keottigh. 73; Corporal C .P. V Win
te', 57; CIrplraN \V.D Short, 6,1;
ULetormaint K.'I K V. C.tuoy. 69; Sr-
gear t .(Ivootrgo D)yl Th0;csis Holcct.ni., Jr., fi66; Ilititoniant
A. I.. \,t'lls. G5; l6Private Cook. with
74. tied Martin, of thb Brlttsh am etnu,
for tIte t)at a'c'er at tlhiRs range.
When tlht sflLotIlk01K IIt the KiQoZmt1
agfEo <-)IIIo110nced the Amerlcainm moon
'over-aMurl&a(s tLhoir Brltlaiil ompn LiU
torn. [ii the first 21 Osht~s the UJilt I,
r Klu.gtixn tdopLotd 18 iSlntrts agaiunt R
d-ropped by the Amnerira*H. As til
E hootitng prtogresmed, tho keoun Intrest
in the ( ber of lH',(tatorB s-coitliilally aurrtv-
tng. Tle warni osit of ttio atxosl)here'
Stadt' teli slio)tlri Idtlil. 1 Th6 brtezi
Swas blouwitg ut the aVciigtK velo('Ity ui
6 mil's lii li oiir.


GA'(NOR


AND


PAL PURSUED.


United States Has Appealed to Eng.
lish Privy Council.
Qiolbec, July 13h.---P1t Unitd tal Etuu
thas not atitxtineiul It 1 n0i Iudavors LtI
gtnt Gayinor aiwl iroitin, thti: t wo fugli
tiveso iliiti Jlttiv',, a(ro()l t tii lii) rot)r
trial I A ;skiji jgrritii rt n'i'i'dtll hl rr' *says i hi
potiltion Izis 1)tion l)Fprmolited( to 1.1
privy .ourcll In England for lenve to
PplHEaI to that lbdy from the jlt lflo
re(tilerod by Jin ftll. wlilch 'Mavla the two mIiuI tlyIr
liberty IW thio [oilrinlon.
Th"fo IfrgtImflllt 11 tIh4 upioal will i1)
heard in thte latter pa)rt r Jurlyw iia,(i
M r. Tancherau., couniel for treiieni


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#'T;eTbo Oak a -.ban loot out. spn
4.akoviiJe--mran4---on their pwn dfIs.-

|4 The gaitn was delayed nearly an
lnht6r on *own0Ut of the rains whitih
^ prevailed throughout the day, and the
t, min wan played under a steady, mist
^4o .pky.ju ice.
: Notwithtle adding the condition of the
weather *!outt three boudred WO
piUOenJt-4th08 who manifested. muf-
cI lent interest in &he game ,to take
Schannc on a oeveroe drenchitg
The gt was called about 4 loek,
W ith Jack;onvIlle at the bat. aKenn
Inedy, the 4wot on. up, knocked a high"
flybvir the right4field fence, "oring a
,bofoe r-tou. Ni.te, pitcher for the Oak
mfil. *however. made a vigorous kick.
| He tsated flat u1 pgreement made be-
ll tp4en th3 b npts of the two teauwsi
III b$Qor tbe ga10 wasthat no ball over
She rfgbt44$ fence AsuId count for
I. w -a it,- owing to the
: o pv.,.ozimfty of t-he fence to .the
S-ba4 Unne, Twe de'lsion, however, was
A A $oltw tc SaeksonvIlte, f the nrniwe
i. ha4not boen apprised e this agree,
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v t-ti h $acksonviilelboyseae re heavy hi
F. .III.ak.vf .a tI at K n
t r. an4 played a magnfideni mud taP
*wri^eiowlessgamne while Oaiueev~lJeI
|'$RZ^nvIn the field-moeld leke wooden
I;4.. brSSnd fumbled the bat na nearly
,;. *, InbtLance when theyd reached io.
&, / nforus error was made oby Kenne-


A./,: dyAob frst, who stood like a post in the
t.Iirdt 1 inning and let a mn reach the
' 4 b*I when he co uld have easily been

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.;. White was "off" on account of an
r.tatroatlon he had with Tixon at the

V W.-Isnning of the game and could not
^' pptlrol his work, hence the visitors
iily as will, Yanceyt ktioklng
:Q=Rib. J over the left4fleld fence In the
1. stIubpnd other of Jacksonville's men


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E TELEORAPHIC "8REVITIRS. 6

Mobs .in the southern pah. of Gem
gla arT pursuing Ed Claus. a tegro
charged. with crlmInally asaultung
Young white woman. i
The (eorgila Southern atd Ilorida
railTroad refuse* to let the Atl-ant
and Birmingham cross tIts tracks Ad
Tifton and the matter will probably
be carried Into the courts.
Owlnng to the continued rocking ol
tWrs zmrned guards are still kept on
the street cars lir Richmond,
The street car strikers M &t Beau.
mont, Tx., have won their demands
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(e~~ntL 'etlwere *boru tb Gmflay
119 0A Of $hw tnflup Of *1l1.1.
efl9-*W. tl* "a..7l.eto the.". 8adow oQ
Death," whAA wa$ Sept 24.
ysea.The~r~'Ist the *y^ o7 f Run-
SyaUi'S sue -r0 T-he emperOwr i pro*
c'eedtin t li trcbeous
path. boukbe4 hter at& by the wa-
-tep of Wt ant-abeR Umd bto by ,ae
!.. ..ame... .o. ..erery.. .eborits are'
JpflDg1 Df.p,. to a tlo ht. The B13flfl$
iGd ragig = f ir lWOoa n4rgr at
bin throat The' Potu.pese-'- wolf has
broken hW etan. t Xathgan moant-
sd o n a mule of 6tre mya Spanish
breed, bav- cleared at a bound the body
of the ex-Kitg Joseph, whict has been
tbtown Intt the "diteh o Styx." Death
Is pqpslui% his spear fwIthl atsi aim,
warningly hWdns u.p at the same time
bI hbburglas' with the ad exaaasted;
fBanime* follow htsw course. From the:
smoke rise the fitres of Junot and
Dupont' thl beaten genemlu. The pa-
pal tiara Ia defending as a Itfoman
meteor" cbargedl with llgitntngs to
blIwt the Corskan, The '.TIrkisdh new..
moon" Is san rtslng In blod. The
1 "spirit of Charlep .XIL" fme from the
flames to aveoge the wrongs of we-..
den. The ,haperItti aewlaun eag)&' Is
emergthk. fl o m a C)00; the Prtwllan
bird appease Am tScarecrwW, inn king
desperate efforts to fly and screaming
revenge.. Prom the "'Lethean ditch" the
"'*AmlPhcau rattleaake"' ts thrusting
forth a pcltonedt iong u e, Th e 'Dutch
frogs" are upittIg% out their spite. and
the Rlhenish confederntlon Is personI-
fled as .1a her4 of stn4rved "rts'" redly
to 1teast1 on the COtdcnr. The grent
"*Elfan beft.* the ondy ntUy Napoleon
has secured, ta Mhnklg his ebfnin ani
groaning. a formldablp enemy In tlwj
;eran-Frederic Tn ber. Cooper and Ar-
thur Bartlett Mnurce jn flopkrnman. .


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RAILROAD
Ofwfen VeryLow Rates on xt.lowiugfDates
Colonist. flokets to CaUfornia nUtah,
Niwadfa, New Mexico. Arizona. Colo-
rado. Orewou .'WasbIflwtoah Mon tm%,
Idabo, Wyomnir. on ssle until June 1.5.

St. Louis and Rttbrn
ONF FARE PLtUS M CENTS. On sale
Juue 10 -12good to return untUl June 25th


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Connections for Palmetto, Man
Saturday, from Gainesville.
Train No. 84. Seaboard ExIDresR.


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I We def th world .to produce a
medicine for the cure pf all forms of
kidney and bladder troubles, and all
diseases peculiar to women, that will
equal -Smith's Sure Kidney Cure,
Ninety-eight per cent of the cases
treated with Smith's Sure Kidney
.Cure that have come under our ob-
servation have been cured. We sell
Qur medicine on a positive guarantee,
it directions are followed, and money
will be refunded if cure is not effected.
Price 60 cents and $1L.00. For sale
by Johnson Bros.


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b1z l P Factoy Here.
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LL. WILL 8E BIG

pity of tthe Plant Will be

rfuwand Barrels :.Per Year,
a. of Twenty-fiye Men-WAill
ed.a

.e is to have another man-
re6nterprise, and It will mean
L roll of from $50 to $60 per
f force of twenty to twenty-

oseph, of. the Montgomery
Company, which operates
throughout Georgia, Ala-
i Florida, has been in the
b past few days arranging,
tablishment of a cooperage
and has decided positively
lh the plant, which he says
p operation within the next

ugB of the prospects of the
0, Mr. Joseph stated that
_e, being centrally located,
e a most desirable shipping
Sagttin enjoyed another ad-
hat of being in the center of
Sbeet hard wood sections in
S. The wood is especially
the manufacture of spirit
id is! N o easy of access that
try here is bound to be a
I venture.
pacity of Ilte plant will be
|rrels per year, which will
iet the demand of the naval
|Tblishments in Alaclhua anA!
t-ties, with possibly a smail
t Marion.
[,lass of labor employed iii
-king proves profitable to
Immunity ," remarked Mr.


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'for they are a class yho earn
Rles, from $2 to $3 per day, and
heir noniey freely. The pay-
run here on an average of $55
which is an average of $330W
.and you niav feel isure that


rchants will get ninety per
eir wages."
seph Is wel pleased with
H1e not only ais a center but as
Lad tnay possibJy locate here
{amily.

oe Boss Worm Medicine.
Kumpe, druggita, Leigleton,


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THtE- "ROUNDi
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.f s. 3Cn ig. .43*o *<3'**^ atubup.

SA '"round .robin" is one cit tto
documents of which the nuate Its fa
mitiar to most people, but wbich unu-
commonly few have ever seen Uor
signed Every one knows thmt tthe
thing ,which bearwuo singular a name
is a communicatlo--letter, remott
strance, warning or the like-the sig-
n tntures to whi(h are written around
the clrcnmferetwn' of the circle which
intlosce the )todly of t'he epistle, or
radiattlg therefrom like th e spokes of
a wheel (to it a hub, so that the re-
sponglbillty of stgtIng Is tqItally
shared. No oiie signatory can beo ac-
aused of being either the first or the
last to sign, of being the leader or the
whipper i. i
The most fatuous example on recordI
probably is the remostiince lil t
was sent to Dr. Johnson In connection
with bis epitaph on Oliver Goldsmith.


The doctor had prepared an epitaph in
Latin, but som spf hils friends, who
had also b1en friends *f Goldsmith,
took exception to It on two grounds,
the first being that it did not quite do
Justice to the author of the "Traveler"
as i writer, and particularly as a poet,
and the SVt<)nd that It should be writ-
ten in Englisli. Thie party of friends
were gathered around Sir -Joshua
Rfeynolds' hospitable if somewhlnt il
served tahlt\ and though they found
tlt.itmnslves in general agreement on
tlse tw- )o pIltt, to ione ihaittl the cour-
iage to) be willIng to "tielI lie cat," or,
In other words, to tntke tlhe lend in
tifiklLng tie forqtidable Johnson on
tovse two rtll(r d(eliItte in'mtters. "At
lust,1 8s1y8s Sir VIIIiuam Forbes, "It wna
hinted that tl ilre could be no way so
gocdI aus tlmt of a round robin, ns the
sailor ,call it, which, they make s*e
of wtlien tlt'y center a conspiracy sO ma
not to let it leo known wiho puts hts
nnume first or last to the pap)erI!.
The idea was it ,once cceptud, the
address to Dr. Jolihnson 'ras prepared
and all signed It In tlh. formn yopoS0ted.l
Tills very Ilterestilng I)fl)ttr Is still ex-
taiit H!nd ts p)rt'sCrvIcl nII lWlig other
valuaIblo IFinuslcrIItst Ilt lO library of
naiglh HIal,, ntar Vlgtrtn, the neat of
t1h Earl of Cnivfinl. It begins, "'We,
ti)* cli iUtiscri berM,1 a1zid tti0c signhtA
turas, written aronTdt tie circle wiilclm
tncloses til itlI1rNsR,. Inlt(I11 tlhoR' of
(< lbbon, turkeI Joitcpli Wartou, Slitri-
dftn, Sir ,tossliua 1tyI )ldsm, (Oporgi Col-
um tt iid hlf a ldozeitL others wlllch are
nowa(tldays, b'ut littlit known. JolinIRson
took thie r'imonstranie in loo( part,
but its to not wrlt.ing the epttaplb In
Latin, (doclatred that le wfoultl never
consent to disgraniE tilt wvalls of WIt-
minister iably 4lithI tan ltglish In-
scription, -Tlbo wliole story Is oiil-
aexitty chi rantrlstlc botli of Johnson
liDitl his tlntcl.
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-l,.. --E ,Su. pupbshad every morinr ez-
kit A delivered by carrier in the city.
hmie IAo any part of the United State, Ipo*f
i.t*F6e, xor 16 ,year: W1L '&x months: $1.5
,ntoa: o 60 cents for five weeks--
ro In-advase,e
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t Imtg+ hftlnt Irsertion, alA 5 cents for each ad
SI4ALtt*@l Insertlun%
,.: .,f; twsor dlWIy. advertlsaing mde known
,i 2: i.rI i. a-

Thi'':; eW Twiea-Wee Sun ft an eigbt-ppage,
i'fofy'-oolumn paver, published every Mon-
407 mad W hurs4ay. and contains ilU the
SMW;e:.'.. of. the week, local, state and gffen-
s il: IoJ and r.lU be mailed., postage free,. to any
Sy ;: I Of the United States or Canada. for 81.00
t;;*. Mttf--n advance.
: **j : . _ _
K *f A 410erti5i1g bills become due after fiArt
Lpburune of sdvertimement, unless otherwise
IEr ^ sIlu.Ated In ef ntract, Parties not known to
":*s w il be required to pay for advertlslnff in ad-
Vf." lGir Adlress. TH" DAILY SUN.
cGAI A I ZSLLA,. ZA.
I -: T T . _ __________________
= :W :' ***'- .. .. .. ... .. .... .. " i1 *- -||- .. .. .
xi *J j.. T* a.* ,- r-, '- w
t" t, New York ham an armless child that
rt O' l-fk up pins and niedles with her
$,, OtOp. The mostoarelesse' man on earth,
Swith Ihls arms full of a crying baby, can
rpi;.-"pk Up carpet tacks with his heels
t; d ,:wIthout looking.
fIA-..:.;AL Stamford (Ot.) minister displayed
W.T:|,-,."oittle of whiskey in the pulpit while
j%' t fh(:1 wat preaching on Sunday maornlng.
Ssl,:2Oo'veral persons remained after service
id, r personal conference with their be-
t l.'Ioyed pastor. They admired the spirit
bi.he hkd displayed.
4, r - J -=r..
SI Soine of the Tennessee newspapers
A-re advocating thle erection of a'State
fA ..Abt fll ;i a ''
*Jyr ii.l batllding at ihe Louisiana Purchase Ex-
:,,po0ltlon, which shall be a reproduction
1'r,1' tOf home of Andrew Jackson-the
1; +-Hermitage.. The Nashville American
10&;W.dA olares that it, was Jackspn who
,4)Ib?,clinched the bargain tliat Jefferson

i"i. tmde by the defense of New Orleans
In 1815. This fact would givo a great
r degree of approjiriatenems to a Jack-
'.. :. .mpnlan reminder4
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' "The St. Louis Fair is to cost four
r: tlmoa as much money as the Lnlited
4If;-:/ states paid France fo'r on empire five
IM*thai 'France itieif. And
r,. *this has been made possible in Just one
w,'6r *d. years. That investment made
I'',hv,.'Xffsrunn ham naid as well as Miller.


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The Constitution is disposed to in-
sist that in whatever the Legislature
does with the convicts this particular
clause of inclusion of the cov ty con-
victs in.the care tlOe State' commnis-
isleion should be a ce If -re in tle
system finally adopted.


I


"How's This?
We offer Ono Hundred Dollars iRe-
ward fnr any case of Catarrh that can-.
not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F. J. CIINKY & Co., Toledo, 0.
We, the undersigned, have known
F. J. Cheney for tlhe last 15 years, and
believe him perfectly honorable In all
htiaines transftactiott atind financially
.able to carry out any obligations umade


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.TJI A lat QOhoeI~ttti1, favtr~ti ex-
tending authority of thp State prison
ovmmimsion over county asa well as
State onviots, refernojk"to hte matter
in the tollowLiMg petnent manner:
hh
..The r. o our ftur. d4.fllnp *Ith
convicts should carry ihe provision
that all conveta of the State, whether
felony or' misdemeanor convicts and
whether confined in State or county
camp,. shal] be under the juriedictlon,
and authority, for unltorm regulation
of hheir management, of the. State
prison comnflmlion. ,
The justice and humane supervision
of the State's officers are needed for
all convicts. The scandals, both known
and mooted, concerning the conditions
existing in the misdemeanor convict
camps of some of the counties have
become intolerable. It is.not necessary
here. to specify cases, but that the
county systems are so vagarious and
in nome instances so vicious as to need
the strong presence b6f State authority
in their regulation is beyond qjse-
'tion.
A; present the State commission
-deals only with the felony convicts arind
the camps in which-they are confined
and worked. As a general thing in
thesecampeb)umane treatment is en-
forced and justice satisfied.
UIt is highly time to extend this excel-
lerLt supervision over the misdemnieanor
convict camps and conditions in the
State. The county misdemeanor con-
vict is a creature apart from the juris-
diction of the State as things are now.
ihat status should not longer be an
ammertable one and the dealing with
him as a subject of official speculation
slhoPld be prohibited. The way to pro-
hibit abuses of that sort most effect-
ually is to inhelude the county convicts
under the general supervisory protec-
tdon of the State prison commission,
where they properly should belong.


tax colI


the resalution


by


and 1Howell, of Merit.
t;nanimous vote, appro
an minaking the amount
available to supply the
the state's tnsurwnce
Jpl)roprlatIon was made
the. completion ot two
at the state sanitarium
the state normal school,
fund having been ex


harusted in insuring other public build-m
ings. The st.ati always takes ou
lhsuranoee poliCles for a period of flve
years, thus securing tiem for three
years,- premiums.
TIhe houae committee on rules re
porto.d Reverall resolutlom fixing s'pe.
clal ordlersm for next week, which were
ado I)pted:"
Two senate bills were killed by the
adoption of the adverse reports of the
committees to which they had been
roferr-d. These were:
By Senator J)uncan-To require
trial Jrudges to purge juries In certain
oases.
Fly Son.tor Shelton-To provide foi
the Ip)aynme(nt of costs In certain cases
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S"ai $tWueO BH. Jtreoted to PromInenrt
. -. eorgian ?
.-Aflntp-,July i3p--Shall. statues of
Dr. Crawtgrd W. Long, famued as the
discoverer' of anaesthesia, and Alezan-
derj2H.Stevens, one of Georgia's greats
eat aud fotmost'statesmen, grace the
ball -of statutimry In the natlcnal catpi-
tol?
That Is the queAt;on with which the
house. of representatives is now wrest-
ling, and It was fn the wildest of a
dIscufision about it wlien -the hour of
adjournment arrivedP... Most of the
speeches made on the sabject were
favorable to the passage ot the reso-
lution providing for the necessary ap-
propr'iation, and t was only ovor the
constitutional Point raised that there
ocurryd any particularr hesitation.
The resoluti.ona prowling for an ap
pIro)priation for these status was the
result of the labors of a special com-
mission appointed under a resolution
passed In 1901.1
The house' proceeded to kill in rath-
er short -order a bill by Mr. Mills, of
Cherokee, providing that the registra-
tion book for voters should be placed
In the hands of notaries public and
Justices of the peace in each milbiti
d(!strict or ward In each county, in.
stead of In the hands of the tax c6l-
lector, where they are kejit at pres-
efnt. The object of the author of the
1)111 and others who supported It was
.to bring the registration books in clos-
er tou.h with the people, It being urg.
ecJ that It was difficult for many ol
them tc get Into the county seat Or
the purpose of having theLr names


aEMEmb.


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Tile house p
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wether, by a
priating $3,000
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,. There is hardly
has not heard of 5 3 $ S. tWOP,
a specific for all blood troubles
appetizer. S. S. S. is guarantee
of which it is composed are sele
erties, making it the ideal remedy
all blood and skin, diseases, as it
only purifies, enriches and invi
ates the blood, but at the same i
tones up the tired nerves and g
strength and vigor to the ez
system.
For Chronic Sores and UlF
Catarrh, Rheumatism, Blood Poi
Malaria, tsemia, Scrofula, E3czt
Psoriasis, alt Rheum, Tetter, J
and such other diseases as ate due
polluted or impoverished condition
and effectually as S. S. S. I
and poisons;: cleanses the systh
soon restores the patient to heal
give your case prompt attention
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.If_ * i ^r . AC O In 'rf6l*k ThL4Vt - U L.V / *. V1 L



m. A il I T.aht bI aI China I)a n I.L
I 1 UI Th w have partially adopted the I ---
"- Chlnese method i.-our writtA lan-1 l, Vi.l la L
Fu ,age was A new thouht to mfu. and F o r S .

b of Decision Rendered One, one that I got fromhe proprietor of a ftf .
"Ir-tkH AtJ Wis Death. Park avenue laundry when, in the nat- -
___L_______ WeC AU ue l ural Caucasian fashion, I referred to' Fo S al b
-..---his wrItten language as belzWa very In- Ir le y
IE WAS A HISTORIC ONE feror. -----. ---- --- *: ---
3 --- John,' I said, "'why do your peopl'I t
as About S000, Constit g use those chickens tracks Instead ot
es About $8,000, Constituting tiarihng vi n upInet. as we have?'"
lS. of Lamented AttOrney in the *'A -B C' ttk) much troublee" hle nn- '
ebrated Fort Brooke Reservation .w Iikky. "UWVhy, you use chicfk-
ell^ A ILI\/mtnticks, < le--A Notable Victory., ,x (' I (fitKl Xq N I
IEY^s^ (Ic<1Ti't *Ut1' thIIe'k 1 replied. ; U *
t one week tQ the day after the t Y. ,,, ,, ,r I 3I I I I I
eath of lion. S. Y. Finley, he re- 8LOwV i- j#hn '1II tie dippld lt C. [L
Notice by mail from tle su- veniit brlusli int the Ink itM ii ntite the j
court that the case of Finley | ll!ll?,btr 'h tit It shot eif l)rown pl .
.r. -. . . i !mil.I It I i o (if stw't tov'r trlutrm ,' Ga. mc l
ihainberlain, which has beth in tie )itji11. IihintlitI. "You Sa t ,
urt on an appeal for Lhe past six *eIso t .iI-iie;' you dui't writ. It wit I
,has been decided in favor of the ,\ it (- It <'lnii,. (Oun' nimark Is .4
'ti ff. OIMW t IliTlg -- *11I S*IV *ilt'i h' )"'N".,
*is case is a historic one, inIvolvtIig. YOlU 1 lc]t idt dvit 'n-iIt-'1 "'- zitl inrt' .
understood, in) the neighborhood his lri l, int, s n ,I- a:
,0M. which will now be paid the IYUt tbII Thts ...L p Yn t'ie- - Le M
W--- 4 1r l111it ;MII fith t1li1k.
w of the deceased. It was a case ii I ;i u sa, Iii tt-
vilng a suit in the ctdetiraxted F ort ", bI, L t] iliq 11r1%44Iiitt,'? f NI ggr'st1I
,V il _.4 I'.S. l.i~> iisIIMili t VIr ', niulilt] Itit'iignlt[ |- /!
ke land case in Tampa. Jtdge I(' e t ItbM tl)rl1-I( Sn!" And
Y in this important tas, reprt-- i'..IuI:itll 1 is4 l 11ts tirusi,. "Yon rtzU) e'
d one Chamberlain, a hatrgig o(o nt r '- e k(1 1 '1 Y,' 4,1 sy'.1 saty "liltfiis,' .",l]R.'
e Fort Brooke tract, winning dlie0 ymu)lli't sj-,ll witli "A It (C. 'int i1 a11
W Vhen Judge Finley presented 1.il' .L t'r it -, It1(f ill for fees in Lettz (aU$C p \ jen ii 1 s1iV -ty I "'hti4iid' Thalm t lu1 ne1'se
^VZ1H \ctory g'n)u1. 1 snal V. *l 1(1w ltit't" 1'
refused, whereupon ire eui tered, I ...A_, ... l
... nllIl ,3''1 w rite, --; F4 AR) (htliii~lt. I
in the eourt of i i-tisboro CO)tl U- No) 'A i1 t(' no ui, 113'I'tr.Ual
recover same. mnar!.s. Jiiiti Iil, t':,tsi1,1
c ourt found for thie dt feiidnht ."1l'i1!t' ,,,y I';,:rl.lg,~L un SiiIw tQ hue f''/
lite case was app~eale(I to tlhe su~ (liv ] ,.h4(b x S.' a, $, *. Y*oiQL l{ t{,) %V]
,e courL, with thce tlnal deccisioii as tilu'rit, lilezisi, Ysi'. sayr i~1eo~grzi idile. 1
renldered, l'he rrie,,ds of il[ rs. i~ .rt~ v~ -"i iIE' a:r~ n rks
are-- coig'atula'"ting-}herution th rl~r s .~1.M, fur l~litMl., fur ii&'iijr,'s-,,, for
.. . _ , Xv'i glits flIU tul sgi l f' r ititulrrdt iandl
ry of lho r IIlO Iunie"ted 1 isbiuid IS|+liuiit'1z,'i1 ,ili3 t .i tig ; nii us ('bt
case, and arc gratified that sh~e ;t iilu i


aow receive the amount of the fee. [ EI It-ht thit itnIiry iIl) hr
.Remarkable Cure of Diarrhoea. thal I J.4bLt l thIP I ILI-t- N,,w Y rl I Iihrutldl.
.bout six years ago for the first
hi my life I had a suldezi aRd INDIANS AND TROLLEY CARS ;
e attack of xliarrhoea," says MIrs. i01lt 11 (t rt wop I 4 n i vel a 14 r I ,cew
Miller, of Morgan, 'ITexns. 11t or 1n-uoltl ,. n s _R,
temporary relief, but it canme back \Vhwin tI trolley s.NMII),t wIan ist tl l I i +
and again, antd for six long years PdI it\t (%113Pi ) h lalw l'lv liHli s -/j--
e suffered more misery a11l agony 11al) it ThIll voliIon1 t INP to i if ..
SI can tell. Tt was worse( tlha ni %'lih t I11l?'4t l. 3t 1" I I ) (.l I J It'Il I tle ri, i1 n wt
M y h u s b a n d s p e n t h in d r e d s o f t' r I Nt ) 1" I 'i tr 'M t .Iii| tI jH V ne r. C t /J 4 Z R
kfor physicians' prescrilpLioI1s 1'1 l- b i g ti t 1 (I.I I
tintmetnt without avail. Finally witl tl 1r I i& I .l,. i2 l lattir wNtt tlitir t1 1
I d to Itos(qte caunity, outr pres- btals niid litl;o';. tiili ti list of ei i
I, and one day [ hLIpp4'ntd to uluI'M btbaIiII grtnt. 't
i.vertisement of Chaiberlai,' 'tjjhJ, i brillliit ILeI str,,'k tlIl FiNDL SUIT
'holera and Diarrhoea ltbnnfedy, Tliy tl ortctl I,\i'II to I)tIltnglits mid F
sStitnonial or a inzan whlo hlad p%-
^^^^^t-ff ri i* rim pff U'A flf j ^ il n
red by Ilt. rrl case was so en tztroj'Iifg Watchrd iter -l trir, r I
my own that I concluded to rnl1r oeing IriNlon jggjqj ori 9 p ,, I lk]
iemedy. The result was woB- at i tmxt* i 111 n II er wl : 1 S 1 tni
p I could hardly realize that I diCi'l Intn SMittnI. Before the btll .s 4
ell again, or believe it could bo set loiso In the tiruin a iman clothedl In I \r jit r r
er having sutffered so lonig, but wlill f(roilln htll to foo()t IHIMO'I 0aI 1
-i--.-+ k iL1,- *btbt .-h fi f lk not *1 V' atin r 1 e m 4s1_U.... % .. ittn etdIa .m. n IU fli n**! .s aLtti as JAhl A I


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k :1i fr? ITin*'lt I si l*o A rmw books lent tO Andrew farnegte per i rto nw o
1.h.i I rm m' , i w It heni e wasd beg tniom g bie carod r th e. cures
.'._'*'nnrnnmn n tlmwere to him an IbkpirateonkgHe tao staSim T\i Wtt Ye

,. .^AS.ACTING "8PEOIAt. OFF ICERi nobly ,- pntd tlie' lonn; made pow~teritLy |.j^)Lnba
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I Y*:&IU1Rlt wtC't erontheo slightestrM, 1. nat. to
i .'ed-Tlrd Arre of Ths Crea- m ty oiy !i n





^g "liPr iB of : "... Misfortune.. Within. a Weekm. 1 '. lio hciartt,.mlna. \\orals p should. come--!.-_. =- -JU nent kIS
qN%.YN 'r* tr c .tiuga'.iso.. l. . rm ...hPln nlie. wats beglnMi ntg seem orneer ~~... m h-- d
',i,..O! .Juelce Tim Ka4ey .e New- hypocrltle pr<,te~tatlons or dextrous, wonderfully successful inzpr



irJ?|^ le c'i neoedi' h loudly prcpflratlonis for l Iu:'Te favors. Co-i lame baok, kidney, bladder, t
bei ridagan J D Guthrie of tlumbns, nrr~oii'Klp|d bty Ill mutinous bles and Brlght's Di.sease, whi
w h o wr ce, tlo in,,it to l:ill 1ion. alone form of khdnas trouble.
99Mr. B e'B trouble ACIN S C OFFICE nl l o lo.a ae tostande Dr. KllerSwampyRo
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thekTihme, adWhn* ar warned e or tien, iit f te liver or b-lader trouble i
FoteI It wh oldc' ,*. liripthe .allh he
Sf Ohurt War '"i Rsfcvee
Vcthl thtnhep umvs-fo'rws




SP^1MVlliauy &rVeted upon a warrant 'A o o .,,p







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.,4g.riIhm hn d t. e Ot v g.or .t practice, amon0 the helpnss ta
Arrittotofhi Ce heaven uc(iks t ir i ..l r .! iieni dchade relief and has proved l(









p...-n. .':l.'ltheO *a-oon managed by, Mr. .,Oth-. long flue of prhblly lfiK*;II i!nd nt few ev er case that a special arr
-"ife at Newbertruaid thkin awa whiok treeio madr lilgi iivou:is Ittu pca-e
SI^tkiy, wine andsleer, to the amount o1f ]ence dlont tho ,nyh Ht.le eloemr who have not already toled yt,
tiy^pcr^t^ prctesatiri ormlaS^; dextrou;^ sor
,t it< be.r.forme,!mm Co nt Ju g ,Mav,,,, and -',n, ,'-o8 "our of ti(Iif. jt find out If you have kidney orbi ii";: .--_ _. oig o l iiels(l r:tl.iu o Whnwlt .. m ntnraln



r;, n lho a bona o e wa re-ar-I wodrul acnf rt Hin p



treIted and convelled te furndshe Co lerbac, kidnreylad
!7 brotherer bond of $500 to keep the peace,[ count inost. whcto tibe sligIhtist 1 t- Dr.K~tner &Co.,lngfi



AAibibhh a alao ea ured. The third ment osl kindnep brly lS.Pismuin t tio- hamton, N. YDi Theawh
|,ll,},; t9ehWii, -,^ .<.. B arrested upon_ eompalantl. turns, Tjet us'give the. chlildriie flun- regular fifty cent and nonra
.,,,.,#i .'.O^r0t~ errlgoneid light, love, conipanlonshlip, sy rpalith dollar slzes are sold by allrfoo



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i'"tW. wa carrying a pistol in hin that seem to the11b s. rest, evri llliot
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":":;.$., li *. .,fntit wa agli arag*, yeri .vngue" unproportlonedetitpt ouslvsroanma itnnd Binghamnton,,....... N. Y.. on ev,(
~j '.A- p 4~j.j. Mr Bale' ttpbe amdte rw, bl -n t tn
;:.:eId 4A01" lee', orteen Courat pWa or.Rre-
*Itt sth Rtei puorblisn andthea bry their places, view'' tihe world through m
ther eyel Bo that we may gently coI a A vDR MATd C LAe
I' uop.therigh to carry. to rgua lct rectr the eMot ogt their porspoctlve by






1"10'ettn,_ .. charl' wti made, lie hlV- our.grater wisdom.. BUCh trfles will ea -fi if:C
I 'd'.g n5'~ aresteled Ipn' awrrat nd satid be triywi l..f1h1roar oayayi osia
%~~~~~~~ ~ ~ ~ ~ practice1 among the bel's Iuhl fIibs 11rom1dJRmtnu
trk~ig h~.~4ib brakin and' ~n ere heaven Sucl t -1tt1 Win. ; alneca frelefn a rvds
)c0~~~~o I~ no. onte toqr wh hvent lrad rid t
K *' wne nd erto he mout o ttenc nion tvkitw t wn1
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4P~''Inbfr out ug ao n -P. hIs hours of wittllg.nfu.ui eln peaotSapR
aan soul Whe writin menio rcain
ofe In this paperfand
j'gWingh)d Wath blaucred.in an Tenthird meto'idesW~k$1ii' n~ it, ChatoN'C Th




c -h ala~arrgd ying .' pooethed lioghtn love Clpftl~lli) sypah bos fil cen an flonif
w~YAtv potu, the compln akinan st'atinghat wtree their littehrobe and orriofle Don' maebeemstk
a 4$I-a wase oarneryn a, pso nhst~tse to them so~n grft gtrtiii berg the %vamey SwapR
~~~~~ ~ ~ I his h.44uP ofue unpopotiohned rziruarn nn Bnhatn.N Y n v
A\.-tLt Inbeo drenConity Jug agason arrind yerigfindtnpt slvsit
J.1Xfiifl a bni d Forfsoii0at he washe-rr thepirnpa,, thel woti thu ht
rt3 L *~uoededjg~proingtoa furish FIethei eye socifi1o that we maIenl cotis. j ArRMTIeA
K.j, 'tohvudbotsd rig $5W to arry the opgiiat ectteer~o hi os ~eb
SStitthe chreWsmdc a-ourngreater wisom .1 Such tilswillt'ls flteetlre- Clmaroa
J~lo secred t *%! etn Mree


.teollesnt on a colmfniRjoZ& by a make nthe genuinely nappy, loppier ,, t reat ren
I ( nofthe peaeeof another district by far than things a thousand timeswlIl tocelhr
ppca stable, 'After acer- greater that come too lnte.-From "The "drnw i Iied provsutois.r
S;'(. ,ht t ta.meo nAter er PoWer of Truth," by William George t oiliate.
: "TFR that thio statinoeeit WaR Cr, Jorduan, Published by Brentano's. Aupont O tIe toinnll'lt'
utlee Forteon relegated Bailey, Aeidlig i tlterr lmi
~tfe
iW|i& 'thus the matter oezded; PROVERBS fdy ll liii rse w
I t.iBAtIley was inm thi e city yeateriy. ARABIC
'p& 'i.' _.v. *". "1, 1 "t !1- ciiltliii theln, cAusliijJ dpil
s'tted tliat iminedlately upon his To the dog who nhas T monitey men say, !ii thm cftuett liig l
Wge .Mr. Guthrie left- Newberry, *My lord dog." tuI jury. It was weli on
'n `intr.g that he Would go to the liouli- Consult thy wtfo.and do the reverse lig before he coiimenced.
..ll .O North Carolina, and would of what she advises. kOirely, lt 1 I'wllit of 1i
ti,.!..0pr6itirn until attimn. When th moon ls with thee of what Ji)'Tl fnortl g)lN(Ji.' t
Sin!tlhere'. a nigger in, tiho woodpile atccoliit are the tnatrs. e I- f t tl.l
,iSlthiB clue,.1 rcinarked Mr Bailiy, il Joy Inats for Reven dyas, but sadness ia:l) 'd i'or tlI; ii]lil;li)i im
f maer. "G rie i edurels for n life, te. us f .lstus Iil
ir~ilI r4 It ('irstju ii e nwitiiii i
-,..at....ifled. because t oHtwitted his Io who lims goii il belved(l, thought tIl)4'd a f oveWrwi-.lxn
ltlrybi Tbee re i ot while he be a dog land the soii of a (dog. 1l1 LK!. r kj T i lIt Is better tU cotnidit ten sins in the '[.o yeot he-arT' Il! am
S.1I.:. b 4 the. proceedings, a-%d I iglht of God tlian one In the sight of after a u'onient's sIllnce,
Shyubtlyt tht thi man who 'has 11. tinir ctyil r lttt (ill li
%L1)e harrasMsgn me would give $100 to T0hox( lho .ar learning to h 41(MJ1t' hal I"bel t)it
Ijhhind the bars right now. xendi practice uponii those of the or- dlivie Ittripito i 'i
iPa r.ewed for breaking and phalis. X lTi l.'oiii! o
P -ISe place, and I readily fur- _The be..__._uty oi. -othlbl R:idrs. I\nhls I'it
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u Miserable. i
ads the news- Dupont VDu io
the wonderful J T or o or
nado 'ba Dr, Jacks'nvllUe J eksacr
I Swamp-Root,
t kidney, liver Rapid ransit a
der remedy.
t great medl-
iph of the nlne-d Time Table i
century; dis- 4
after years of
i research by Depart For GA
ner, the emi-
ney and, blad-. 8 p High S1
cialst, and s 4 p
omptly. curing I)ily m
uric acid trou- 12:37 pm 'I Ocala, Lees
Ich I, the worst Dai1y Inter
t Is not' re- 2:25pm n Palatka, uJ
ifyou havekld-Da Nonh
t will be found Daily N
has beentested 11:a High Springs, Way,
'ork, in privateDily 498 R Hgh prngsWa
oo poor to pur- Daily _A)ally, Atluzitao
I successful in -- -
angement has 3:25 p m L
rs of this paper Rochelle,
rmay have a D iy.
11, also a book ------ -
)ot and how to 3:0a Il
ladder trouble. Daily H
Sthls generous ex. Sunday

triterchangeable Mileage Tickt
cipal railways in the Southlern Stat
aof Swap-Reo Through Pullman slfej er Port
. drwugip-sta Line ; also via Atlantic Coast Line
)d druggists, Eor complete information, call
,but remnein- J. A. 0O(
ot', fr. Kil- Address:
the address. FRANK C. BOYLSTON, Corn'I Ag
wry bottle. 138 W. Bay at., Askc
-----... H. M. EMERSON, Traf. Mgr.,
Wilmington, F. C.
W YER. ,7 ---.----,--
,reeuI"ted In I


ici advocate,
te but telling U i
as It were,
Underneath the Arago
b6 1? wIVM de- Julia and Hu
)e. 24. All
itwxst, re- POOL TABLE FREE
Ay after de-
il alddress to
in thl evei-- Headquarters for 66, E
. Then mid- Canadian Clib, guar
l.. p)ltgsio)im te c
he slow, sol- PRICES, E'
ill ti('xt (1( )1r ( ( ,
is--thetins Echo S1ings . . .
ig. 1ilchfltitI
itI by a slid- Y\ilsC)Il a . .a.4.w P .. .a. .*a
Ildi solem3 MVail orders a., specd
lI(1 solenlinly---
iid his man.J other goods and cal on i
i2 ownE glib JOHN A.
t'ret by the __ .________ ___
rilst himself, -

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IEMAN CASE IS


NOW BEFORE WILLS I


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Honor Judge Mason Has

led Answer to Mandamus.


HIE HANDS OF COL. AM

irtette of Lawyer, -With
son, Will Appear Before
Is at Starke Today-Case
ought By Both Sides.


MONS

Judge
Judge
Bitter-


b case of the State va'P J. W. Wide-
Sassault and battery, is assuming
r proportions every day, if one can
B by the apparent stubbornness
determination displayed ii the
by attorneys for both sides.
will be rinemembered that a few
ago there was issued through l-Is
r, Judge Wills of Starke, a Inai-
:s against His Honor County
, Mason, compelling that ollicer
F the case or show reason why lie
!d not try in, on or before rTues-
the 14th day of July.
Ige Mason has prepared his
er. He states that there is a law,


Section 130, Chapter 6G,
, which provides that
as and justices of the peact
jurisdiction only in cases
ianors where penalties do
a fine of more than $Ub)
nment for a period not
six months. Under the


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DR. J. H. ALDERMAN.
S- DENTIST .,
I [(Suoessor toSteiler& Alderman] '
Over Dutton & Co's Bank. Oainesville
SSpecoal atten$lon to CrOwn and lirtdirp work.
Phone 7)-a


4 D8 GORDON 1. T1S0o4
t DFNTIS1


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Graduute Haltimore CoUefl Denttl Surarery
Five year experierlaoc In New York City.
Crown. Iridve work atd Fil in S'peclttlttes. '
A:.L WVIt K (GVAUAN T KID.
OCrrc IN IuN. E.mi u sl A'K-. (;.i NKSVILLE.t -A


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J. DEMPSEY.


FVLRN1T!RX-F: ai x'icP:D
itndlt Mattit'Ic Ne -
[iMl)KoING (LAMMI-S$ HE 6 1IAERU.D.
\OV buy or sell lrnlturt *,r 'Lgn contrsctl
with you on Lhe '*m)ll ikim* tli ,,. -i, 1'llrtnmage
itOlcieted and tis [lsfitctaOflI At i. .-
G00 .U. WALKEH BAMIECI. r. SlATYlOtI


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SI LAYLOR


A rTORN(R x:YS-.'


Jacksonville.


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4-8-02


Acts of
coutlty
Should
of ni is-
not ex-
or iii-
longer
eliargQ


i which ,Videman is arraigniw,
Ity is a fine not exceeding $1
imprisonment not exceeding
the. This act also repeal
er laws conflicting with hlis ,


the
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PNX
six
all
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torney Thrasher, for Mrs.' W. Leo
h, the complainant, states that the
giving jurisdiction to county
s88 and justicees of the peace to try
i-of assault and battery is a special
and contends that the jurisdictiomi
ted in the county judge.
. B. A. Thrasher, representing
mitli, and Cols. J. A. Amnmonwis,
a Hampton and J. M. Rivers ex-
to make their departure today
arke, where they will appear bl-
udge Wills, It is supposed tiat
lher gentlemen are represenitting
e'e of Mr. Wideman. Judge Ma-
ated that his answer to the writ
ndamus was in the hands of Col.
Oons, who will argue before Jutdge


TO LOCATE SETTLERS.


BOD)IFORD & McOIIUM.


TO) T1IIE P UBLIC.
\V,m thIul: tinddrsignEl1, hereby agree
to pay* $I IOX(,) to) anLy 1lt infa cettireT (fr
pailt wl io can hllow, by siniilar tests,
aY $)airit stantit)fig tipoi fniy ti'letal
surlhaet as I)crfectly and for so lomg a
time Its our
.(iAPIIITE ELASTIC PAINI.
We guarantee tIA;1\'IIT'E E0lI.AS.
'rTIC paint to coltatiin o tar. rosiin, as-
phaltnuii or anty of the lprodutmts of
petroleuni, and wlvt enaliplled to any
surface aceordizig to otur directions to
wear perfectly for a P)erlod of live
years, and we agree to EurniM I, free of
charge, all paint iiecssary to repaint
any surface wieret it lhas I)rovt( (Itd-
fective. Sigried,
The National Paint and Varnish Co.,
Cleveland, Ohio, U. S. A.


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I:" --. SOFGITY N P onaIcial Insuteeflh a lo. r
.6 I I1* Hap aped aaf
Jr 00 Zetwray oof ]High Springs Was Ma p 0.l Wine na Of CIa
In- the city. yesteday. terednDow os

J I 5' Th t e '" ' i n C" "
.1 l 1 -0O R? COURSED Ftank 0.- Drive'k ils spending at few ntovo ad8rnr
*i`111 M* *.1 L .0 day with Lred at Ar lenanttet e oe




'r '' It IThS. Mc.n A -o I CIT *IS WA LI .
.4--I.,tti.r of Geeral Interes.. t ath, .. Ple"ant, neatly furnished room is-for K. Anderson of Hgh S
1 0 of- nzere ttihigleyouugmen $I per week aiafd Up.r at the Brown Houe yee terd
; irod by Our ejUse of bath free. Apply Brown House. T L Robiiis. a. dlittit





erodoy bIye Our'8 Refwum Toopihdyugdugtro e.iiece otedlne
t..: i:. _.. Tralnmamter A. L. Glass ..ot the At- o f Meirose were amo the
PIE o Pantic Comt Line departed yesterday 'this
{."801,"ROgAL. AND t0CIAL ITEMS Pt 0 Hon. o ester atd ta
,.. I' I an a
.. L *t9erfor St. Petersbarg on, offieal buil ,- W 3 yes erdyad i
,Th. Happened and What Is going ness. managerof the gainers Ma
:,ztt .r' j I". Sound kidneys are safe uarde of and is one of the most wid
Hepp0n. To. Id In Sho.rtParagraphs lfe Make the kidneys with enced orange neit in the Sti
life. Ifl lo the Who Rnyss My Rd "t h
: That He Who Runs May Rad Foleys Kidne Cure.. Sold by Jr W.





"fl'.J. McC um& Ao. o' ITY. LIST WAS LI,
I ltIn The' Sun.
E. E Voyle has returned from an o
I...... SSUES with Eu~hmsn & HlIlL brief professional visit to JZoksonville, Only $34.20 Delinquent r8
S: :A. B. Newman of Fort White was in where he had business before the sed for Last Year b






.4.,t~h pa9 .-.o ny cptla ,. -\ ^ ^ w ^ 2 eir
Owni yesterday* .-. _. TAn ciffgr nti
Ston. : yesterday. United Stateps vooutt. IAs thr best evidOence that
VA r. : ., ,,.. ,
'Have our clothing cleaned at Owen i. Hope Robinson of Ocala, the of Ganelle are prosperot
YWorks. tf. Iis dircetoikdnjun
:' j Is...n.f..f. .t ,. aecorpli hed y o ng daught of Geo. i '
I Mary.Affleck of ,High Springs i* aecom
.K. Robinson, is in the oity on a brief of city property fortb pas






otflujit relatiesd y ines thi cihiw ccyy sed y a ak nt optl
y4I.Vt~ng relatives In this city. visit to her father and uncle, Hon. Collector EIIvn states tht
i propAerty advertised in this






.,,hI : $Otter sa Moyers about those con Walter H. Robinson. at $ whc i
Vick. los ye forget
b-ts rlghtt d~ay quick, lest ye forget. Foley's Kidney Cure purifies the gasbee 1For.niaiyhyears
i : Thorn. Higson Of Williston was blood by straining out impurities and
%0i.. l0ng the visitors to this city yemter- tones up the Whole system. CN ROLE OF aN0CH
A.". kidney and bladder troubles. Sold by __
L ,-,- J. 3W. Meuolum & Co. Mn.C
,h,.wD;T. rtammel8, an old Confederate
o f ;Fannia.wastrading in the .., E. Wainwr)ht, one of the efficient
n.,-or of Faannin, was tradingz *n the rVd
: ,...,._ .. clerk. In the United StateR land offie, (Rockford. Ills., July 13.-
'."..",' ". ,P "has returned from a week's vacation at[ in the role of Enoch Arden
'/. ,A.. 04mn fBl wsaog"e to Roektor aler a
.. B :Simmou. ofBllws.mn Starke and other pointsI t a
Sthofl tho paid the county capital a II' ," V '"hi """_11 yeave,
:.'-..illIeseOey._ A......W Gilabrist of .Vade_ one This chief figure In thie
"S' vii yesterday. th!e mnOst enthlusiastic hard' roads Mr..s. Lue Ol.e. Twent
.>'Monroe1 VeIbe tbt linino men in the county and erstwhile prac- l Mrs. Olsen was ;njurc
-S K, -au-pha. was-among-the-visitors totia.radbile. wa.rnatn bum ,y wreck near,..= ,,uffa.o,
i 4 thIS Oil yetra. _mess in thie city yesterday. Iwas taken to a ho~pitaI, bit






, 3", E. We~loa the etfloIieI~t bookkeeper A.u as of Morgantownm. ha Her mined was not quite
..- f';.:orO:C W. 1$auknight at Archer, u'peiit to get up ten or twelve times in the/ ever., and she wand tered to*


.' Sunday wIith his family in this city. night, and had a severe backache and other victim of'the wreck
;* .".." wj. Eprnf ro. -s.-on o ann in the kidneys. Was cured by hoarti and by mistake w.
SW. pperso, of Broneon. one (it oley's Kidne Cure, Sold by 3. Mn Olsn.i
.the leading merchants of that thriving McOollum &0.Wh Mrs. Osen return
"'rtOwn,2 Was In the city oft bushiiess yes- W
Ju ,". n c Oaptain Walter Ray, one of the most ford she found the two
,s..', tord I ,
S.. popular and efficient conductors of the had left. Will and Frank
I V:' Wvans Haile departed yesterday for Atlantic Coast Line, was in the city for and surprised at hor ret'
i.:. Tllahaesee,.whero lie lias been ium-n a few hours yesterday. He was en. Olsen. whom he married
JtpZa0d pd business coteeted wih the route to Palatka, where he ha been g fully In his first wife's
'-sur,.";.,Otperm. court. _. assigned a run between Palatka and tag died some years ago.
IFpra"e" T-1ot iQO feet square, 6- St. Petersburg. fully dened the retu
VP'66in '- ... "-o I" -- I n' fri trees and "' floweri"" L"4tz h rotso h
irllig fruit tre and floers, Capt. Win. Bud~dstock claim agents frs wie T lt
;'N.N. .;.7nIyerilly. Bargain, easy terms. . e rights or the t
ineeoer, tea tm of the Atlantic Ooast Line, has re- will ive with her recover
I. turned from an offl ial visit to Sa Pe-!
***' and M4. W. D. Mno -nd Chit- trc ~ m \^ o8.P-_
MtIan d M#. 1 O). #io.a..d cre itersburg. lio states that the ( plf C.ty Entertained by Room
.o-f;I c Ttaoorna are IN ohy cRyy, t1e. ..., July
I..'-a-.--- *, cty i t delightLful just now, and that the re- OTer Bay, July
I af t a parents, Judge sortisniiei watz people from every dent Roosevelt entertalne
".4Ms.z a.G ..O, section_-of the State,. on Senator Koan or Now
,a Jn.,,... .', B.jSS of High Springs pissed .. mer Senator Frank Hisc
Ttyestrday en route street force was busy yesterday York ex-Dlstrt Attrne-
yest _! r erday' en route ;to ., n .I,, t
ll, ) .. ditching and otherwise repairing East A. hlln of New Yor
!on wlero e lOUiI1 be the guest- A h n
o, his a hur for l Uniou street between East Main and Ma Snator Franc- H1
*o f'- h i s 0no t h e r fo r a& 1p ^ J$ i k , ,. , l I -
_._ Unilverdity.: This work hras been badly Rochestpr. Senator Kea
Iaae La evy, tiL Popw traveling -,,,,ind t a,,, m,,u fl;t ,> Ri ,= b..n. nAi. T)fl ,w 4 ...n m ,.n q..


.. - . .. . .. . ...P. ,6. . . .. .
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;k is regis. ATHLETIC $PORTI
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rings W interesting Address by Archde

s, E.morTe con Gray of Holy Trinity.
'visitors to -
SThe Sun 7THE STAGE IS ALSO GOC
{obinson isT..
well grove., Every Good Gift is a Gift From G
ely expert and Should be Encouraged Wh
"te Properly Exercised-r.A Talk Full
GHT. Interest.,b

ixes Adver- "I atn not a man to discourage t
, city.. usefulness of great national sport
s. ,1 like games of baseball, golf or crick
, the peoplert
as reference I am not a man to denounce or d
t tax sales courage the opera or the stage,
t ea.every good gift is a gift from God, a
t th>e entire it' is the misuse and abuse of thl
list aggre- gifts which should be discouraged a
tller than itnot, the proper use of them.
This was one of the declarati
made from the pulpit of Holy Trin
ARDEN. Episcopal church by the rector, Ar
deacon John Gray, Sunday evening.
Years, ReF Mr. Gray delivered on address
oe. w an"Baseball and Religion, taking
,a text from Cor. 9:24 : "For All N
has return.
absence of IRun for t!he Prize, but Only One ,.
Rieth." As usual with all of this ei
History Is nent. preaclher's discourses, the a
y-one years dress was full of interest, and so
id in a rail- beautiful and appropriate comparison
4. Y.. She were nade.
t recovered. Dr. Gray stated that instead of m
clear, how- couraging he admired the ath
France. An. e- I n di, .h .ua


died in the young man, and he aadmirea himl
s buried a the snap and. vin and energy he mi
\ ifestedin his work. He advised th
ed to Rock. to always do their duty to what
babies she task they undertook in life. whetl
full grown athletic or otherwise, for a man v
urn. Alex 'would not perform his whole duty t
vhlle believe. earnestly and sincerely could not
death, hb&v. trusted,
Mr. Osen A large congregation was present
iod one am ,
wilo onecoglhear thi sermon, which was irtere
will recog i '- i "
&d wifo an I g from beginning to end.
Dd children. Saved From Terrible Death,.
[The family of Mrs: M. L. Bobbitt
evelt. flargerton, Trenn., saw her dying a
1 3.--Presi ,,
Iat.r e I were powerless to save her. The in
il at lunch* I .11 . .
Jersey,for. skillfutl physicians and every remt
ck of New "used, failed, while coneumptionv
Y Eugene slowly but surely taking lher life.
c city, and ]this terrible hour L)r. King's New I
'ndricks, of cover for consumption turned desp
n came to into joy. The first bottle brought '
As', __ A ^J ^l ^t 1




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