Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: 07 14, 1904
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID02223
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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-A -I.- FWORIDA. TrHUnMAY, JULY 14.1904


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Aa Um of infeatry Wind hrough

NH~RMiltfllng^'rO~ifad,'41 259f "*'IlXe. r east
ft l6ate "or A D..

"'t .Ag. It- owsi in-or Abto th
liear;te oc pGeneral Counte Keat
i-l@t sa, eamMta InaS, sa
r ag d ylachi adik other OG thaelgt bifa
iiii as ealB Tier ready to 1a.
|^it l |i~Mthga The Manic
Wthe maln Udae Yass, Pen uasax
ag. Claeas road, 28 alrea east or
I TBNI.? I Sows aorth Inte the
Sr~ivera, whieh paswe eat of
> Tala sao emptie tam iBte Use

goseg~rrapea'deat of th Aaaoelated
Swhbo arrived be. after a 25
* ride from Sia UnI g it saw long
*of fntathry ant trn prt, traia
ilag thk gh th e aa -talas-. At
ng Dima lian a loolloat, stationed
a tree tp, pointed out the way to
.gral KEalty's hemissarters near
1t 4ay. There the aRuuian esat-
-arty was fond. hldeM in the
ins. He saw General K 11T-
Klle a ample soldier, s 4 be-
quartered in a ative hut nearby.
a genmal looted oteerful and was
ased b expwer. He talked en-
slastleony ot the e t
LyTas. -
kreeid the genearaf teat were many
.eau o the guards the pride o(
- Puterasburg. le see them as
dkterheaten as the Cossack officers,1
eold scarcely believe them to be
dashing guardsmen of the Russian
Wal. They have become harden-
ghters. for hardly a day pasei
Mwat coRigica between theo advauf
S -of the eastern army and the Jap-
Oe. The whole army Is anxioum
-ght General Kuroki, whose head-
iters are at Vlandiapudze and
e.e men are entrenched on the
or side of the river. The bura-
pqgestion is who wil be the first to
- the dread valley of the Liank


aty eorvsed by Ire today
.t ROeaBi'. hipyards, at
, where ahe wa laid ap

Ii wa built a year aco


Now and ingenious Nethod ot
u-glig Un. artha.~

at a en.t of i@,00. -
O Ire -originated it a room used

men divided there attention between.
the big esel and the property of
the- hipbulding com-pany, adjacent te
the. - -. -


-:>T's- It is learned that a Texas
!,qn has been approached by Minister
"a'atura of Japan with view to fM
lr-'t? 15.040" head of horses of the
t-? &.ow used by the Japanese cav-

In a Hurry to Strike.*,
Chicag. Jiuly 13.-Without waiting
until the bhnur et for a general trfike
of 43,40 em! loyes In the ne ri
cipal meis ehag centers,,ot the ena-
try. be( eiers at the s-tock yards

* ar 'a d w ^e 1* toal a f;


Notwthstandiog the Argu-Eyed Em.
oyeA .of the o.ernent, Nw.
Methods and Devices for Avoiding
Customs Revenues Are Employed.
New York, July 13--Behind the ar
rest of the wireless telegraph opera
tor and a hospital steward employed
on one of the largest transatlantic
steamers charged with samugingl S.0
matra tobacco, the customs officials
claim to have unearthed a new and
Ingenious method of s gating dia-
monds, silks, tobacco and other mer-
Chandise which should pay a high
duty. Smuggling in trunks, carried
as passegers' baggage, upon which
labels Indicating that they had been
properly examined and aased by the
inspectors l~ the method.
Trunks containing the merchandjise
which the conspirators arrange to-
smuggle Into the United .Mates are,
under the scheme, said to have been
In use. marked with a private mark
and placed with hundreds of other
trunks owned by -passengers. On ar-
rival at this port the confederates of
the smugglers on board the ship were
in a posItfn to reach the baggage and
upon the trunks of-the smugglers past-
ed the special label indicating that an
inspector had examined the contents
of the trunki abd found nothing daut-
able there!n.b When the customss of-
ficials came acros .a -trank with suct:
a laoel on it they pessafr.i
How far the ramifications and ex-'
tent of thi! new scheme have gone,
h.s not yet been determined. The ex-
p. ,are wa s premature and was prac-
tically forced pon the' cnetoms men.
who were working on and waiting for
hbirg-r game. They were compelleli
to 'T:e apt i'n through the wrorg ad-
dres. plaet d on a trunk, found later
to contain !eat tobacco intended for
a manuft, i rir of cigars in Brooklyn. j
The duty .n the leaf of which there is j
65 pounds, is $4 a pound. Two other
trunks which came by the .ame steam-_
er were found to .contain 187 pounds
of Sumatra leaf. Onr of the prisoners
is said to have revealed the secret of,
the band.


Two Kansas Cities to Take Measures
Against Floods.
Kansas Ci;'. rans.. July 13.-This
year's recurrvn-:, of disastrous floods
in the Kaw valley has brought the
two cities. Kansas City. Mo.. and Kan-
sas City. Kans.. face to face with tthe
vital importance of providing a prac-
tical plan for the betterment of the
situation here.
The counill of Kansas City, Mo,-
has passed a resolution providug tha
a joint conference of the officials of
the Two cities and the two states be
hr-hd at once with a view of providing
laws which will protect this district
from the- ur vges of the floods. It
ts thl seir -;f the resolution that the
propoedl laws Otould be broad enough
to cover th- i -'e and sale of bonds,
f necesary. tI .-ecure the needed pro.

Jrs C-0 American Moures.
Cnlcago. .iuly I i.-A dispatch to Th
Trihbie f>om New Orleans. says: Cr. e
-i. pon i- fr rm Jhe p rairies of south-
w,-s Louisiana. and bronchos from
t p pt a of Texks T'ay be ftghtiuc
the t-atgts of Japanese within two

Short Bography of the Democratic
Nenisee for President.
Jpas, N. Y., July 13-The follow-
Ing is a short biography of Judge Al-
ton B. Parker, the Democrattei nomi
nee for presidency: -
18S2 May 14--Born on a farm at
Cortland, Cortland county. N. Y.
18I1-Enrolled as a pupil in the disa
triet school at Cortland.
1861-1.8-Worked on a farm in the
mmer and attended the district
school during the wintsq.
-1865---ntered the Cortland acade-
my. -
18B8-Wai graduated from Cortland
academy and began teaching school at
Virgil, Cortland county .
1868-While teaching, attended nor-

mai school.
1870-Entered Albany
187--Was graduated
law school.
1872--Admitted to the
1872-Married Mary
gaker and became clerk

law school.
from Albany

Leae rSoon-
and later as-

sociate in the law firm of Schoonmak-
er & Hardenberg.
1872-In the fall was elected clerk
of the board of supervisors of Ulster
187S-Won his frst big law suit.
1877-Elected surrogate of Ulster
1883-Re-elected surrogate of LT-
ater county.
S885-Declinea appointment as rfinl
asistant postmaster general, offered
by President Cleveland; refused nomi*
Satmon as lieutenant governor of New
York; made chalfman of Democratic
state committee.
1885-L-ate nla winter was appointed
judge of the state supreme eourt by
Governor Hill.
1.89-Appointed judge of the newly

j.i f ored second division of the court of
Attack by Torpedo Boat ". t
o-ic b .July 2.-Noon.-Admiral To- 1 2-This court was dissolved and
bas tat m l-ht Jly t request of justices Judge. Parker
reports -that at mi gh July 11, o rst
--- ae-do boats approached the boom was appointed a judge of the first di-
ieh blocks the entrance to Port Ar- vision of the appellate court, to fill
tat harbor and attacked the guard, vacancy caused by illness of Judge
ab Diana with torpedoes. Th rem Barrett, ,
sait has not been ceertained. The' 1897-Elected chief judge of the
Sep aese boats returned undamaged. court of appeals -y 60,000 majority.

I Seized Enemy's Po.tio. PARKER tONGRATULATED.
ItFoo, July 12.---1 p. -.-It s -
rted th-at fe sian ~cirs:-and Telegrams Continu tet Pour in an'
-eral torpedo boats left Port Ar. Democratic Nominee.
taHr at 8 o'clock on Saturday morning shopus, N. Y., July 13.-Telegrams
S-t ma shelled the enemy'S positions congratulations continue to pour,
-- the east -coast, returning undia- n u0pon Judge Parker. Judge George
aged: at o'clock in the evening. It Gray wired as follows from Washing
Is belIevw they .enc6ntered Admiral t DeL:o
ITAW sips and were forced to re-. -Hearty congratulations on your nom-
-r. A junk which a ~ethi naton and on your brwve and manly
a n9ing reports arin tgw terrific. telegram.
kaBloss at Port Arthw yterday. Mayor Carter Harrison, of Chicago.,
telegraphed: .
S- e ete'Levetsky Ihterviewed. "Please accept my congratulations
L Petersburg, July 12.-1 p. M- n your nomination."
lnel L*nvtsky, of the gen sta -- -
reult- of- theo -d o thes Kait Police Make I portent Arrests.
-hw1 Sw -- evacuati" n tockton Ca., July 13.-The police
w btew C haeatOn here have arrested two persons believe
eer Ku.oias position: d to be Martha A. Sabin and John
Si lt than that which con Kedall, who are wanted in Chicageo
d o berts in South- Arica. on the charge of stealing $3,000 wort-
S s If Lord Roberts tAcefved hri of diamonds and other Jewelry. They i
S ran v -registered at a hotel as B. B. Brown)
raoeand wife. The woman gave $2,600
a -entral Afric. It will be cash bail and was released, but Ken-,
e orroat dal would not furnish $56.000 bail. The
ito ass- me the- offe Is ve woman had $4,000 iS currency, after?
.I- he a ha-ve to fiht having furnished her bail.
uadac .tio n, perhaps giving up
L'etoais,- like New Ch ang. At World's Fair.
Svas mor consequence Worid's Fair Grounds. St Louis,
oJuly 1-.-The second session of the'
American Osteopathic association wasl
SSHIPBOARD. held today the Mihour state pa-
vilion.. An address was made by thf
ADestrey Whte r t. Xares BaWa rd New
k. eTr eity, and p _per_ were read

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Waaington, July 13.-The wther
ttMre-'s eekly aasummr of crop emp
dittos -as folnow:

atind in the states of the MaUioun
valley, ut elsewhere the temperate
has ben favorable. Heavy rains have
prevented cultivation of crop and
has greatly interfered with. harvest-
u-I tn the lower Missour, central Mis-
siuuppi and much grain in the sbok-
has been damaged In Oklohoma. Kan-
sas and Missouri. Portions of the
south Atlantic states and north ben-
tral Texas need rain, and in the south-
erm Platte districts severe drought



A e r Lies As a D t-* -*'

I d I esseem C"A" ai A "m
Teemee C"t.-

Mempbis, Temn., July 1-b-
. McDermol, the dety atherEf w

counties, was shot through the abdomme iU
Over the greater -part of the coru o o _a _- -. -
beit has made vigorous growth. but I --- b -
eontinaos rains have prevented cul- street last.ig, R T Is a- f-.
tivation and much of the crop snow dtion at the y hospital
weedy. .a' .
Wnter wheat has sustained grat ws t dead I t nm
damage from continuous heavy rate
N m and Wmxarrants wer Unee lr e g --
In Nebraska. Kasai <'Oklabhoma and warnswereled tHe
Missouri, where the unharvested grain a Georae las. Mike Hagge rn-
was e-.iously damaged by rust .Har- Htley r K e --
vestinag was also greatly hindered by eJ c m -- II
unfavorable weather dast of the Mis- th intent to kll -M-ilg -
alsalppi rlver. While spring whe- r wel s g bl r r|
as suffered slightly from rust over to ther suer today ad we uwe
the southern portions of spring wheat
regions and is thin and weedy i north- McDrfott, in a ttemt
em Mitnesota. polie, said that H mtaa st t M .
In common with other grains, Oat e reet cauaes lebda t
have suffered from excessive moisture th tragedy waa a -
In the lower Missouri valley, but else- e
where the crop is satisfactory. lw cap .
Cotton has grown rapidly through- The rem of_te ttu -
out the cotton belt, compats of too -^ -
,rWh growth being received from per. 1t werPeaOe. O.S t I e
tas of the central districts where appeared at the plaee t a 4i h
the cron is sufferur for cultivation. ligts were exttainuse and the

In portion f t the western districts bea The stte t
cotton is aise in need of ciltdation, ian shot McDerimttk is n690a
and aome shedding is -rv rred from iDeputy Sheraif Soalta, wro was
portions of Texas and South Caro*ina. of te radIng party. -
Over the greater part of Texas and in I Hona. Haggerty and Deg arf al
the eastern districts the crop 6 in -well knownto the rtlf tet
-a ood state of cultivation. an 4 1 M of the entire ot .Tley_ outi
parativery little damage from Insects1 several establlaUC t51ia tht city.
is reported, except in Texas, ahere l Honan -was recently lndite f
the- bwl weevils are increasing an I be-! compIty in election t the
coming more destructive In the caath- ninth wrd, A sa reeIt-i a t
western-cuntles. !in this ward a CmmsO of pt c
The weather conditions have been Sety, conspod of IJag ei-
highly fa~t'rable for tobacco, which Zeno, was "f*-m-_'
Is in a thrifty condition in all of the- A meetg of this .mmiteie h
important tobacco states. be lled to iaeMt ate last igt-
in the Ohio valley and southern 1shootingafray.
parts of the middle Atlantic states t
prospects for apples continue unprom- BIG FAMILY REUNION .
Ismig. A good crop of peaches is
Ve Wi gas Att d by Move TimI
being gathered in the east gulff stte.- Bn W t -I T- -
Haying his been grisly retarded b..
rains throughout the central valleys P P "e-.
and middle Atlantic states. JacksonMiss. Jaly 1&-A wy
ique "amUy reto was bel at
ANGLESY CASTLE' SECRETS. Silver Creek. Pike la aty nw t weik,
which was attended by mere than
Story of Rare Jewels of Extraordinay -2.W0 persaoa, over ~nea" atnf wm
were the direct demesia"ts d 7-
wgSB-th* sam George A414rd. two oPl
New York. July 13.-Anglesy castle neers who settled ia that nlhu
is -lowly giving up its secrets, says .noo n.riy 1e 0 yeats a-
a Herald dispatch from Lodon. Thal The Smiths and Aloris ae grow
catalogue of Its contents when pua- meJ multiplied with a"toNhog rpldl
lisbed will form one of the mandot r tfy in the past e ai have
markable documents ever issued from ayed a res arkablde pecast w
the printlag press. Fictitioun storiesa inter -age within taM h_ s
arising out of local gossip which x ed rtil the fam tes are
the value of the jewels and othef C ey interlaced at the b-
treasures lound in the castle a million, :tsh'ed of Mrelatim 2l0p amtnM sm6
sterling may be dimised, but the facts ot t" members is a very pe"pi-lag -
are In themselves sfficiently extraer! prenfle.
diary. The lving rooms in AnM FoIP was provided in gal Liaais r
glesy castle are furnished in a mannered irorc than 2.W0 per sona 1 an l s aml
that is magnificently extravagant. Ac- bands discoursed masic tr g t
coding to the latest computations, the tae cay. One of the Smitns camne a
jewels that have been discovered are the wur from Houstcn. Te, o elie
expected to realize at auction from, a erwnan -at-the r lon, a- d ae r
$100,000 to $156,0. traeled from Florida Int order to par-
The approximate value of the farni- tic--ate. Six generat-o were repre
tare and other articles, apart from the eI-ted at the .a'thers.
jewels, will be something like $00,00 1
The result of the conference of a corn- epor A re
mittef of inspection is that there is Rome, July 1-At
now every prospect that the affairs olgatio here.it wa
the marqais will not come before the thee Is aso truth in the epoWt pub.
bankmrptcy court. The liabilities at isahed in the United States that J A
present ascertained are about S1,380, had protested t Italy aibl -e
000. and it is believed that under the trambtrrTg ot Sigma Mrdari, thme
proposed deed of assignment -e cred. Italta minister at Tokea, t Pa er
itors will regain their money fali bMrg, for his pr-Jaspane sattftda4e.
plis 4 per cent interest withbn nine the contrary, the ItaMla geer-g
years, providing the marqms lives thti Consulted oa the-s-baim 1thte B -
long- ernsent aat Tokio A5 re#hr
The deed of A ft has been it bad no ojectihN th the la r
agreed to by a large number of the of Signor Mele aiaI 3B
creditors, iclaedig three conDnetat Ital. The JapsagmFa eswele e'Bhts
Jewelers, who Iav aisms tor aboit nf he rath :itth& *hr'
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-a-sugi ealni faW.v of Ni**F
whi. p With Req.uesttoRecouwid-.
At the request of the GaInesvioe

Bell of t. A ,gstia, F.. W..
.- r ,Talla-bassee, W. C Fosterrof
A~pj 1.:;i A. Cooper of Lve Oak,
Prcfier of Kissimm~ee, L. D. Gei-
r of Apopka, . Leitner of Lees-
:- be- g -i f. lash of Tampa, J. E.
Oa-es of DeLand. A. J. Beamy of
Madisoa, W. H. Stone of Palatka, M.
-:. womboht-of Jacksonville -W. .
ass-- emo of Fersandina, M..Morris
f -t itaned F. A. Haelthal ser of
-.Hampton met with- the church at
as las thoridena, July 12th.to ad-
SW--"vise' them what steps to take with
: feerence to the application for mem-
e16rship of Rev. J. B. Holley, who had
resently been excluded from the First
Baptist oherkh at J.cksovrille, Fla.
-At 6 o'clock p. u. we were called to-b
etder by Bro. B. Rogers, pastor of
the ainesville church.
Br. . -Nash was called upon to
lhad s iAn- prayer. .
-Tpon motion of Bro. W. G. Patter-
sea. Bro. S. U. Rogers was elected
irm a-a and -Bro. L. A-. Cooper,

J~insovll-eandalso the reply-pre-
ied,- wasthen read.

It wa then prdecidsented to ear all the
1. There port ofshe deacons of the
:J --- .._H..-... .. .... .

breksov had write n to th e ch.r at
Jack.- nville, a. d also the reply re-

1?:,!._ The report nof.the deacons of the-

2. The minority report from Deacon
-. . Wamboldt.
: & A letter fro Mr. Wambolds .ex-
Splaining the minority report.
-4. Mr. MeMill-an statement.
A Bro. Holley's statement.
S. Bro. Holley's overtures and re-
plies to and treatment of them.
After considerable discussion as to
the Scripturalness of the mode of pro-
e iare and Aobsequent ac.io of the
Jacksonville auorch, the follwing mo-
tion by Bro. Geiger prevailed, Bro.
Oates voting nay:
H "Whereas. It seems to this body, af-
ter hearing testimony from the First
Bptist Church of Jacksonville, and
--J- B. iHod-ehu that the said church in
-withdrawing fellowship from J. B.
Holleyphas acted hastily, and without
dte regard toi aptist custom in deal.
l with ministersof the gospel; there-
esolved, That we advise the First
Baptist Church of Gainesville to re-
fer the matter back to the First Bap-
tist Church of Jacksonville, with the
rtaternaland affeetionate request that
said church reconsider its action
ia withdrawing fellowship from the

S. B. Ro Chn.
- ^ L. A. Coorak, See .
SNightWas Her Terror. -
- "I woald cough nearly all ight
Slong," writes Mrs.Chas. Apiplegate of
S_. Alexandria, Ind., "and could hardly
get any sleep. I had consumption so
b ad that if I walked a block I would_

enough frightfully and spit blood, but,
when allother medicines failed, three
$1 bottlesof Dr. King's New Discov-|
.ry wholly cured me and I gained 58
pounds It's absolutely guaranteed
to sure emoghs, colds, lagrippe. bron-
Shitis and all throat and lung troubles.
Price 5e0 and #1. 1 rial bottles free at
S all drugspree.

Remarkable Experience Tiid by a Las-
kar Sailor.
New York. July 1,3.-Among a num-
her of strange tales related by the
Ocrw of the steamer Shimosa j st at-
S ft m Japan and Chiaand which
repar-te having rn over a large whaleo
a few mlUes outside of Sandy Hook, is
Sto the effect that while the big
V treighter was speeding through the
R ed ea a Laskar sailor was pleked

Th. swarthy heathen declared he
had been swimming three day a
u t I trid er ? bound for A*worj.


ha perfect liver laxative
-and is onequled for indi-
gestiao, headacha, loss of
appetite, and all other om-
- em-. ent of M the ach
and bowels. It promptly
relieves constipation and
removes all impurities from
the system. Fifty cents a
bottle at all drug stores.
Mozley's Lemon Hot Drops
immedi ately cures coughs,
colds, sore throat and bron-
chitis. 25 cents a bottle.


Lemon Hot Drops

CromwelH Killed Owl.
Officer William Cromwell may be
lasted among the list of heroes, since
a night or two recently he killed an
immense owl which has been a souree
of annoyance to people in the neigh-
borlhoo- of the .quare for several,
nights. His owlship a few nights ago
paid The San a visit, perching himself
upon the roof adjoining the office for
several moments.
The bird was on exbibition at the
store of J. G. Harrold during Wednes-
day, and created a great deal of atteun-
tion on account of its immense size.


State Chemist McCandless So Pro
ounces Columbus' Water Supply.
Columbus. Ga.. July 13.--thatta-
hoochee river water, even whtn taken
from a point north of the city of Co-
la-nbus. where it is free from thlt
contamination of the c'tv's sewers, is
,udflt for drinking pn -posee in the
opniton of State Chemi:z Jonn M. Mc-
Cao' es.e
Recently a sample of watfr taken
from the river a mile north of Noith
Highlands was sent Mr. McCandless
for examination. His analysis ha
beep received, and with this comment:
"Sample filtered in laboratory by
use of alum. I cannot recommend
the use of this water."

Safeguard the Children.
Notwithstanding all that is done by
boards of health and charitably in-
clined persons, the death rate among
small children is very high during the
hot weather of the summer months in
the large cities. There ii not probably
one ease of bowel complaint in a hun-
dred, however, that could not be cured
by the timely use of Chamberlain's-
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedyl.
For sale by all druggists.

Made Restitution.
St. Lonis, July 13.-Robiert. B Tay-
lor, of New York. who confessed to
stealing unsigned bank notes to the
amount of $(.720 from the Citizens'
national bank of New York. today
made restitution. This, however. wil;
make no difference nla the prosecution
of the case-a_ the United^States dis-
trict attorney sayvs Taylor will be
tried in November. _

Cured of Itching Piles.
W. R. Flint, a merchant of Orchard,

Ia., writes: "1 had been greatly trou-
bled with itching piles for several
years and tried many so-called pile
cures without relief, but was complete-
ly eured by Banner Salve. It is the
best pile cure." Sold by J. W. McCol-
lurm & Co.
Cid-tcs for Mayor.
Colu-n-. a. .y -Althou.TI:
the c '.tccT v. .1 not c nr ur. il nir
year. car~.atr- Ir mayor of -Col:1
bns are at T-: bting discussed. May-
or L. CIL happei! having announce i
tha at at the end of his present ter.
he will not bh a candidate for r.e-e :
rIcn. The names of ludge. R,:-
Craw ford. who was last wee-k el-'z.
:e porer: E. P. Dismukps. chalrma.r
of the finance committee of council.
I.. A. (Camp. chairman of thP streetP
committee of council: E. J. Wynn. an.
other member of council, and C(her
ton E. Battle, the well-known attor-
hey, are being discussed.


puest effrt, bat not eres be seeR al-
W3 JOke mB eteetlvdy s %a tbb>
ita Ue mentiaosed la "emreaot Ha
a Center" a.Ie was the ge-t at di.
aer of an rchi n, at w-boe tae
there were others ot tWe dot^, amone
thae one who .. was Letly Itti e
ID natural history. the man "eft
his bobby to death be was the prince
of bore. and his entrance was there-
fore viewed with something like c-
sternaton. He was unknown to Sy4-
oef SmithI but bis peculiarity was
oon laid barm.
"TherelHe no talk at alt ales you
can manage to floor him." Maid one at
the men to Smith. "Can't you Ianage
"I can try," be returned i-aliatfly.
although with some doubt, far there
was no telling -to what bratnch of hI
crotchet the bore would turn.
Tbe dinner began.- The one.or two
customary toasts. such -a 'The
Queen" and The Church," bad been
honored, and there came a lul which
was the bore's opportaulty.
*Mr. Archdeacon," said be "have you
seen the pamphlet written by .my
friend, Professor Dickenson. on the re-
markable size of the eye Into a common
house flyr rl
The arhdeaeon ONatma -y Mia he
lad not had the priv ege, aid n Mpite
of the discouraging looks on the face
of the guests the bore pursued his ad-
"Ican assure you it is a most Inter-
esting pamphlet, setting forth partice-
lanr hitherto unobserved as to the usu-
al asie of that eye."
"I deny the tactr' said a voice from
the other end of the table.
All smiled save the bore.
"You deny the fact, sir?" said be.
"May I ask on what authority you con-
demn the investigations of my learned
"I deny the fact." replied the voice,
which was Sydney Smith'a. "and 1
base my denial on evidence wedded to
Immortal verse well known to every
scholar, at least at this table."
The emphasis laid on scholar nettled
the naturalist by its implication. Well.
sir," he said as calmly as be was able.
"will you have the kindness to quote
your authority?"
"'l will sir. The evidence Is those
well known. I may say immortal, lines:
"'Who saw him dier
*I. said the tly.
*With ry 1ttUe eye' "
The guests roared, and during the
rest of the dinner nothing further -was
heard on the subject of natural history.
-New Orleans Picayune.
Consumptives Need Not Despair
As many eases pronounced hopeless
by physicians have been cured by Fo-
ley's Honey and Tar. L. M. Ruggles of
Reasoner, Iowa, writes: "The doeoos
said I had consumption and I got no
better until I used Foley's Honey and
Tar. It helped me right from the start
and stopped the spitting of blood and
pain in my lungs and todayI am tound
and well." Sold by J. W. MeCollUnm
& Co.

FporblIdder Pralt.
A reqln.St wMs t.wo made to the an-
tihortleh of ti.n of the colleges at( am-
ibridlge thlat rooi iiglit he foiiund on
thIe s.,avions lahwnl of their garden for
the lady student. of Girton college to.
pld lay awin it'nnliS. G(nessing clearly
*'a-tih what wiauld 1* the result of the
hadiksiwi of tbasre students of the fair-
,r .-.x a:iontz thei uwlmIryraduates, the
ni:,sttr replied that it was ordered in
i! *.t sttuitillf- if the c eth-e that the gar-
'l Ils iusist i- devoted to the purposes
41 Ior"rhiulnre anl nmst not be used for
!:sii.4.tnudry. -Sp;tre Moments'.

Order and rfashbod cannot subsist

Working Night and Day.
The busiest and mightiest little
thing that ever was made is Dr King's
New Life Pills. These pills change
weakness into strength, listlessness
into energy, brain-fag into mental
power.. They're wonderful in build-
ing up the health. Only 25c per box.
Sold by all druggists.
A Chicago girl wrote the beauty de-
partment of a local paper and asked.
"What is good for big feet?" Promptly
the reply appeared, "Big shoeas."-
Houston Post.

No Pity Shown.
"For years fate was after me eon-
tinuousll" writes F. A. Gullege, Ver-
bena, Ala. "I had a terrible ease of
piles causing 21 tumors. When all
failed Bocklen's Arnica Salve uered
me. Equaly good for bums and all
ashes and paine. Only 2e at all drg

.owode Your
j~~foI h stan
HIr Esca pig I
.- S JT r, 7] hair tr .
leasYo Tbea_ youAs -_epV wy
gcumda 1to. Avyes H*aiVAmr as a ii


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For Sale by Jobson Bro. Ginvie

.--TheSim- p d.

Work is made clear and distinct by
many pjsaytrons!g -Imsees not w

S or installatio n-ei belle, aneani-
e I I, lightig4evIces, b i alaraaIs,

motrsm for ay porpoM we ari
.^^' -,^ aitioo -tasOIiythem aU at ya& ftoyw
mnw^d odl fC tft%.


Jacksonville and New York, 7
Calling at CHARLESN)N 8. C., both ways.
The Fi"It StAa ship I. the C vgh. 5
Clyde New England and Southern Linws
Direct Service Between JACKSONVILLE, BOSTON n d
PROVIDENCE and All Eastern Points,
Calling at Charleston both ways. 7
Southbound ... ....... From Lewis Wharf, Bost- o -
Northbound................ From Foot of Catherine st., Jacksouvilie

civcM St Robus Ria Ln
Stopping at Palatka, Astor, St Francis. Bereaford (Delan), and I2tenmedlass
Landings on St. Johns River
Leaves Jacksonville 8:90 p. m. Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays.
Leaves Sanford 9:80 a. m. Monday, Wednesdays and Fridays.
Is appointed to sail as fohows:
ISonthboSa SCHEDULE -.
Leave pm .....- .........-..... Jacsonville... ..... ...Arrive -
8.45pm ....................Palatka.. .... ..ae _- .
8:00 am ............ ... ... Astor ........ ... .... ai
4:80am............... St. Francis......... ......... lO u
1..............Beresford (Deand)... ......... IOO0
Arrive 8:0 am......... ........ afrd........ ............
10:0.. am.... .-...... ...Enterprise.......:......... 10 l -i
F. IM. IROMNGER. JR.. Au. Gee.Pa. As. Westar a .O Jasi-.
W. OOOPE. Jr.. Preigbt Aeon __- C.P.L .
Foot of Hewaureem.-Jek~asvme. -
A. C. HAGERTY GenEast's Pam Agt..-New York CLYM C AM .L I.ft 2tXWy
THK.-- ". 0.IMM, Wx-. P. CL
General Manager. GeneraJ Ages,




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The Atlantic Coast Line
Montgomery and L. & i. r ixieFlyr Tihrug

Atlanta and Chattanga.

Round Trip R ates From Gainville:

On sale daily. Good till Dec. 25.

Sale daily. God fiftee days.


On ale daly. Good sixty days.

s ani e lee, O14^,S. L 6
2sad Good fortendaa*

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Paila th g several luspirlag
-jli -if- lte good or
IA e of Chancellor Crn. .

j a sa lm b-ist s m eber :

Of the Wemwnas Foreign Missionary
Solaty of Kavanaugh Memorial
fa of Ganesville, Florida, upon
thedeath of Mrs. W. .Phifer :
lsaaeh. .-t ou-...a p..a.ed -r.
nearly Father to call to Huesiel f
aorlend and beloved? sister, Mrs. W.
It ThUrefore be it '
,i By- 1the:- Woman's For-
aigia ssIunaur Society of Kavanaugh

tihe death of Mrs. Phifer, o I
agglety has loss a faithful and earnest
.*6Mi* the church an exemplary M
Omber and the community type of
Aocs womanhood; gnd, while we bow
1amnble submission to the dispesa
of -Divine Proidenee tt ha
m hr from us, we deeply feel
- ;Ie indii mi hero more tan words

ea.ved. Tuat to the family.' an
ae w: extend our sincere and

e0l -.ed, Further, that we furnish
4 *- y these resolutions to the falm
-'ly, alsoto The Florida Christian Ad-
sse, GainesvIMe Sun and Gaines-
vMle Star for publication, also that a
; y bibe- spread upon. a. page of our
t-i tes. Respectfully submitted,
-Mas. T. F. MCRY.ATM,
S"- M L. W. -CBiil.
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WIth its onpt ao ons, heartburn,
-Sal eiee, torpidity of the liver, con-
+ .Son. palpitation o? the heart,
-- blood, headache and other ner-
Sas. aymptoms, sallow skin, fool
-S-Bage,- sive 1 reath ad a legion
of ther ailments, is at once the mnost
widespread and destructive malady
a mI- g the A- eriean people. The
Herie treatment will care all these
bales.i 6e bottle. Sold by W. M.


Pmii nent Guests- of Southern Rail-
way Make Journey.
Es:! tlle, Tean, July 13.-TheGrid.
-: CItlub party; enroute from St.
S-Le-uis to Washington. passed through
Itis -ety this morning. leaving here
at- 10: 50 o'clock for Lake Toxaway,
C., in the Sapphlle country.
e; party t co imposed of 16 news
paper meI and several other -promi
*_t- pofltletans and railroad men. -Tra
S Manager S. H. Hardw!ck, of thE
Southern Railway, was in charge o l
the party. personally conducting hi-
ear. the gentlemen being the guc,-
S ot the Sother railway.

Ba sball Players and Foot Racerst
S LouIs J. Kroger, ex-champion long
: distance foot racer of Germany and
Holland, writes. October 27th, 1l901:
-"Dutring my training of eight weeks'
foot races at Salt Lake City, in April
Slast I used Ballard's Snow Liniment
to my greatest satisfaction. There-
-fore, I highly recommend Snow Lini-
meat to all who are troubled with
-:- sprains, bruises or rheumatism." 25e,
-Ite, $1 bottle. Sold by W. M. John-

Strange Paisoning Affair.
New York. JiiY 1:.- -31uinie Bardort,
27 i --ars of ag-t. a hair -drtsser, is
Sidfying from tle e.fcts ofr poison af
leged to hav -twen administered by
an unknown woman. Miss Bardor
.j was brought home yesterday by the
mysteriaus woman who left her on,
he stoop of the house In a state of
olaapte. The woman called 'ome
i-dre who were playing nearby and
r leavIng her victim with them hurried
Newspaper taq Drops Dead, .
S vasvwlle. ind, Juyttl 13.-FPederlck
le aAstein, Sr.. owner of the Evans-
V raeokrat (German) dropped
bed today fast after boarding a train
h ltr Sf. Louis.'

aBs T4:hstraas

S*itiiit it i- X^^^ ^^
miiilo 0- t u
frwWBB~ Kt. i~aa in(
rittras .i'f~ tards-bed

dItfam ted i:
a t-heor of th e hi

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In Chile.-For Iauatae, sthe Al r s so
Dry That It I' AiMas.ot imps iblo
V'ur an tnburilc Body- to DeCom-i
ifse Ia the Oritinari annmer.
A.niuw thel most curious things in
this qu.. er old world perhaps the weird-
eat is the baileyy of dry bones"' which
continually roles up in various parts
of both hemispheres.
In Chile, for instance, the air is so
dry that It is almost impossible for a
body -to decoLmpoale In ihe ordinary
way. Here and there in the mountains
or on the plains one neiy discover a
body tlit has beeu 04iy for several
years. but has no iumre returned to
dust than to life.
There !I literally a "valley of dry
bones" sot far from Valparaiso where
a battle waii fought during the Balmua-
|eda trouihle. IHere uiay be seei today
bodies of men and horses scattered
among the rocks that are like nothing
so much as Egyptian mummies. shrivh-
ekld by the Mferce sun |;and embalmed
by the natural dry atmosphere.
This Is not. strictly speiaking. "a val-
ley of dry linnes." bint that there is a
reul oneiu nCeylqn no onie who has vis-
ited that land M can doubt for a mo-
ment. It L- a i ctuliar fact and outn
which Is borne out by the testimony *
the English plantiters Ii Ceylon that
when ani elephant feels its last hour
approaching it will if permitted to do
so etspe lnto the jungle to die. Once
the sick elephant gets away it is never
-seen again. Where *thy go to is thc
It is ni solutely certain that they
lniilt go soi', ;t-i',. rid tliherefore as
they va"l-aih s!o. um.yseriously in the
hour of i oitl oni .lja ot but give'
crieden' tlhe lt tale which is often
brougl.t down frmiu the hills by the
Tanmilts and "Cis s*.
Aecordii ig tI thl:-s 't)ple. thn-r is a
"v*alh'y of-idry htii" istair Taliawakle.
wiic it- h a-4 l tit t\t- :iy-tivt, iuiilt-s south
of K 1ionly ith oltd l ':ital of the is-
land. "h'is valley., tou le c.orrect. i.s
said t t- v 4tU 1-'- : l ul eie 'oilli4 !o I t'u-1.

-'*.V'." \V\ *,:. *" ,-- o- .-ii:ts Lo to dit inii
with l -it .l -. di-til. ti oi.! ]i e- -
n.' --!" .,'i.):+-- .i .ve sought flr it.
lati .ii- *t t th. t n ple
phl:nts dt ti?:d:ppoe:r when they .re|
about to die it seeiuls lproluable that

lot at e itn m
h wI--eekto w- e lav e

.mAtWrae, antIN-vibtett(
be n the wind and the tesaft. oeotbe
rainasormt *a s uitDe tia
strange ravino 1 sc-t. lundoe
al quitedry.
The weird feature i that. alth ~h
tegetatio slo 1-8 to -hae been dee
herM in former years. nothing wS
growt oBW. Nitur IMasrotmeto4.COa C
the teniperature of the vaUlley s almost
unbearable, and it Is viAtc-d by aeimic-
dtirbances that caue the dead trees
and diy hot son s t rattefite ll dry
boes: hence the name the aley has
acquired. -
The tlege of this "valey of dry
bones" can hartlly be taken with t a
pilckh of salt. but let us be nothing ift
not complete. Many .years ago, say*
the negro story teller, a woman Hlved
on a plantation in CiBa. She was wo-
torious for her acruW her slaves.
Sbe uined to throw Mente pepper in
their eyes awl afterwardsticke actius
iemiles into tneir bodies just for sport.
One night the slaves revolted and
burned the plantation house to the
ground. The woman managed to e-
Cape li an open boat to Jamaica.
where she sought refuge from her ene-
miBe in the heart of the jungle.
Here shte developed a mania for eol-
Itletng all sorts anl conditions of cata.
When she had procured a multitude of
the felne tribe ashe amused herself by
torturing themu. The legend has it that
every night the demoniacal shrieks -f
the woman anti the cries of the cats
were to be heard even in the Maroon
villages. But one night a severe earth-
quake came and swallowed up the
cats, their tormentor and her home.-
New York Herald.

Cured of Chronic Diarrhoea After Ten
Years of Suffring.
"I wish tosaa. a few words in praise
of Chamberlain'i Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy," says. Ms. aie
.Bure of Martinsville, Va. -I suf-
fered from chronic diarrhoea for ten
years and during that time tried rari-
ons medicines without obtaining any
permanent relief. Last summer one
of my children was taken with eoelo
era morbus, and I procured bottle of
this remedy. Only two doses were re-
quired to gr.ive her entire relief. I then
decided to try the medicine myself,
and did not use all of one bottle be-
fore I was well, and I have never since
been troubled with that complaint.
One cannot say too much in favor of
that wonderful medicine." This rem-
edy is for sale by all druggists.
** l emlet" at Elsimore.
9l1 hi; k.-.:-t vi'i i1 ('n iiL'Mlnators have
wo,,eri.I why the 1,x.t placed the
.'oes. f "llrtIIulet'" at Elsinare. In the
lsi;ind of zealald. wlhereas thie Danish
prtI.o- livtd anil died in Jutland. Butt
t tlitimpal :Mt luior;-is ht-t E.K.Snore
di. r,'.r,'d in l.eir :Ir e!.'iv's tIlAt an
Enlidirti'h-up-iliy Wits a:eting in their
town in I:.>7 icr 1.'4. zwn:I among the
names of the at lO's itar several of those
who were acting with Shakespeare In
Londoin in 1.".'S. ( ib iously these ac-
tors oust have talked about their ad-
.venturs in Denarin and so Shake-
speare lbecame well acquainted with
Elsinore and when he wrote "Hamlet"
naturally placed the scene in a place
which he kn.w by description rather
tian in a plan- of which he knew noth-
ing. -_-
I a violent inflammation of the mu-
eou, membrane of the wind pipe,
whieh 5somtiniws extends to the lar-
Synz ad bronchial tubes, and is one of

the most dangerous diseases of ehil-
dren. Italmostatlwayy comes on in
the night. Give frequent small doses
of Ballard's Horehound Syrup and ap-
ply Ballard's Snow Liniment external-
ly to the throat. 25e, 50e, 1. Sold by
W. M. Johnson.


HarneSs and

Repair Shop

SIn Con-c-Ution with Stables.

Wk aw .

AbaIOR.t TisU""tifl A D(natim faa U; lands Is ^

E. E VO- LE..G.
Seating a m er I ViLLer FLOei I


Ourt busiee i strietl confined to toe veanos detai insis to thl
enhip of land,and we have no prvate-or personal "a t lo g Wmini m
with that buian*e We make a speealty of the psepar s o
make ehaourtive inestigio oat ites. We replemt prerblm-
all matte etaiin to lahe _uesment and o
deIo of at .onrg ax salem. -When y es -uout :-- ob
vie in our line all on or write as. Notary public in c .
B. I. COLSUI, bMf.

JAA. LM OG IsM President

Gas. W. Hum, YIs.-lsudb

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Capita}l....... ............... ..o.oo
Surplus and Undivided Profits... 25,0000

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Rates $2,50 per day and up. Rooms

private bath from May 1st to No-
vember .] st $3 per day.



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Retailers and Jobbers in

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Highest market priee paid I-or Chiekens. Eag*and other PrhAMM

A Complete wek ofR ay, Corn,ozat, Flour, Bsea., M44af, c wes seegmen
midRe We -hmle only the VERY, REBY Maosk atsite LOW

sOen lsur iii4daV does exist On the i v AHll work pmly d gun. T CES, and gante
laud. for It is certain that the evnt te-ed. Pr.e-s ?p at ew a
unwieldy 1,asts do not swim acro. ale East Uaie Streft--Cerer Seut
the gulf o'f Janaar. The person who IT'lversity. tab B iaam.e
Minds this elephant sepulcher will prob- .. ..
ably reap a fortune in ivory. -
Another strange place exists as a -flI MY V .1
real valley of dry-bones" in the is- l .
land of Jamaica, West Indies. Of
course there is a legend attached to it, } L T. SCHAFER, Prp.
but here are the hard facts and an Corner Grove sad Cvprem streets.
actual descripUon of the valley itself. 1
It is situated near the Cunacuna gap. Pbone t P.O. Bo4 _
in the Maroon country, at the eastern GAIrESVILLE. PLA.
extremity of the island. This region is
clothed in primeval forest, and the fact D se esralb-esa basin. b M i Usel
that rain falls on an average twelve CHOICE BREADS. CAKES and
hours a day all the year round gives ee e po es tno tae *ated SUes s
the jungle a luurliant green vegeta- F rTM EvrTDI,
itom not to be found elsewhere. B-utI Devered to A Pans of y.
th"* vAliey, thoa"* slt"ated rigut nj oaoa Osn i (3

* saitisfation always.

1 1878

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.1|l|^I~An -l- ~.WW ..-.. fs ta

m ~~~go"*hr we.aawZaa
enraman ogvit out 1701 areelat t hL
-ai L Ui.istk SkateS has eeseasedt fer ,
Thuirsne $UOMOOOO Ito 2 180^00,00. fa in-
^^3fe5se ^'Befgi~t~ yes f evereae lail
iS^S1 lion do^liss, r asel~y '7Oper cet Per

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a HS. Y G. D. AVS
A..--mselesI: becom.s 4 ree- i.e.

an0 am. . We.Vern eme .. w *
-- ra es" S. Pu"ar Senator.
--* S .TAUA-. -
M-" b Per re Corexn. du
ALOW ial PnraU

SNew- or. .

S ..- Se cta esry oftate.

S-jAMK. -ius..

""- X- - A BP.WABY. .

eapita elielalta in this short period
ha grown from s 21.10 to about 8l.
or above 0 per ent. It i to be noted,
too, the most of this increased e lrula-
tion has consisted of gold-of stand.
ard money-and unless all that has
been said In recent years about the
dagers of inflation, especially infla
tion of standard money, is false, this
vast expansion in circulation, all else-
being even, must necessarily have had
its refleeton in rising prices. The old
law-of supply and demand is still in
And the New York Commercial asks:
"To what extent is the present high
range of prices due to the expansion
that has taken place in the money *up-
ply of the country in the last few
years? This increase in the supply of
money has been on an enormous scale,
and unless the needs of business in
which eash is used have kept pace
therewith, it is inevitable that there
should have been some effect on
The uncertain factor in the.problem
is the extent tn which an increased
volume of business has called for an
increase in the volume of money. That
the volume of business has expanded
in late years iu perfectly patent, but
on the other hand, there can be no
question that there has been an in-
creased use of various systems of cred-
it in effecting exchanges, thus doing
away with the necessity for employing
cash. Itis quite clear that if there
has been a relatively increased use of
different forms of credit in settlement
of business transactions the currency
circulation has been inflated-whether
to a perilous extent opinions will
probably differ. The matter is im-
portant just now in view of the justi-
fiable outcry that is being made against
trusts and the action ottrusts in arti-
ficially increasing prices.
After denouncing the Democrats in
the most vigorous-and sometimes in-
decent-terms, as soon as they got into
office in 1807 the Republicans immedi-
ately began doing the very thing
which they had so bitterly assailed.

Sar After paying tribute of praise to
-- --- lon. O. AgIiN.Richard Mansfield, an enthusiastic wo-
M : "_ -.:. *man admirer said of him: "I suppose,
C-"-- Bs C~mmmoer. sir, that when in the spirit of those
-. a great roles you forget your real self
- -- .- JOHN L. RMO A.. for days." "Yes. madam, for days. as
-- -..C.rt. ." Yes .well as nights, It is then I do those
!:-.. Srem dreaful things--trample on the up-
-E-W. I-- _TAY--OR turned features of my leading lady
and hurl tenderloin steaks at waiters."
J stmks Supreme Ow n.-And you do not know of it at all?"
NOU AS S.. N L, ANot a s8lftary thing, madam, until I
O SS. Sl D read the papers next day."-St. Louis
Representatives. Quite a good little story, of course,
J A. ROSOROUGH. but that is all. Mr. Mansfield has suc-
S:. M. TILL*AN. needed in convincing manypeople that
:- -cq u Ju he is about the biggest thing in the
; H. M ?. MA ator line that ever eame down or
":went up the pike. While it may be
Sheriff, true that he ie something of an amtor,
SL. W.,FENELL he has not shown his genius by the
S-clerkr-a t Court, cheap device of assumed eccentricity.
,S. E I EaIsE -
Mr. :Roosevelt is surperlative or
S Ta eSS. nothing. All his geese are swans.
SW L When he drops out members of his
Tax C oneetor. cabinet he publicly announces that
SW..iCKINSO. they are the greatest of their kind ever
ntn t of PUbl Instmtdn known. Root was the most remark-
Dr.J.L K* -EY. able war secretary ever known, and
S now he says Knox has lefts "as deep.
county Treasurer. er mark for good on the country's de-
W ..IL, -sERss velopment" than any of his great
Co ty Surveyor. and able predeceeors. That is. Inox
J AMES CROXTON. throws into the shade hopelessly Wil-
liam Wirt, Roger B. Taney, William
1'_C__UY C i Pinkney, Edmund Randolph, Caleb
..OST WPI. Cashiag, Jeremiah 8. Black, Edwin M.
SC. Pc. PmBCK. Stanton, William M. Evarts, E. R.
.F. r.PAULLNG. Hoar, Alfonso Taft, Chai. Devens,
_- OWSt, Wayne MacVeagh, Richard Olney and
--r Memeof SabelBosa., others of the greatest lawyers.
w .MARl.- The editors who espoused the ean-
.. B HEdiday of Captain Broward for got-
e-*. r mi Of ,oa en or at so much per line now ob-
-m anSe t so ta- ject to his receiving the supportof he
-- a k isaeeeptable to him. It s editors who opposed him when he was
s eious h-ow palatable even crow be- merely a candidate for the Demoerat-
_-- es alUr -a stsees-toMed to it. nomination. There is quite a differ-
S_-__eae J -al (Rep-)M o ence, gentlemen. between a esandi
Gomn.r -M may a a date for the nomination and the nom-
lu-b-lefs, h hliS e se, and The Son, for one, will not be
bes laegely Is th driven fromnit support of the Demo-
:* lh efm t we nomin~ b yth m "fingt" of the
by the s hail ~1e3see in the Demmcratie party sinp-
s-afi--l." e1 w ab the advocated tbet e
--Atli s g ae-is he~ el e1adidate for -the gabegrnatosrl
^^^ ^"^ lly 1^ "' -*- ''*'::^:':''-:"^' CN

s ma taftlt g feo aim p 9m M

esttesma wmM help T abd ,

.urredlt. al e w s as mauA m.
Wa-e m w-e wflt b ,ender to Mi
Xo aw e we will -4Te thebigget t hIStM

The sugtpeople of Florm deeply

from time immemorial. t als perk IB
the ear liet sourcm -fto ihch sugar
-was produced and all oter mOdes of
manufaeture-have been b"rwed from
or based onwhiet.. The earlnCa
write knew sugar vaguely as* omey
of canes.' I the Greo-oa.
the" sugar cane wa the reed wh the
swarthy Indian mmdemoral. td to perbap
frolt whiCh they extfrated hich sgar
ows sweetmea al
It was the Arabs-ttse great Car-
orr bastween the east early wt--whe
ntrf cane."d the canee hehe middle agew
into ugayptr ne ilywas t he ed wuth tof
from whric they extrated abundantly
until West Indian slavery drove it out
o thefield for ab- time adseat the
trade In sugar to Jamaca and w -who
Early In the-sixteenth centyther
ciLo was taken from Sicily to W la
apnd wthe re it ('ar- Thend aIt-foundatl
wi.y to Brazil and Mexico. to Jamaica
".md HIaiti, Cane sugar was well
known in Italy about the --meeond ee-
ifry and has been common in England
since the Tudor period. The strenVouW
days of greaIt Elizabeth had sugar for
tWear sack. nud ginger was bort the
mouth, too. as we all well remember.-
SCorabhiil Maga.ine.
Sause ChIasee Baths.
A traveler in Mongolia writes:
"Thetre are some hot springs by theb
onad about twenty miles north of
Chi.ape-ng. The place is named Tang-
Khal-n. The arrangements for those
anxious to benefit by their healing
properties are very primitive. A row
of twenty or thirty wooden boxes the
size of an ,-rdinary packing case are
ranged betide the road. In these sit
bahiers of every age and both sexes,

wilth their heads protruding. Atten-
d.ntis with bucketscontinuously refill
the boxe. froin the springs. For less
luxurMionrIs others there is accomoda-
tio' i i a p'ul which has bIi_ dug out
coiese by. In this they squat. looping
up the water and pouring It over their
heads with brass basins. It is curious
to reflect that establishments like
Homburg and AIx-les-Balns have had
their origin in such begnnlns."

After Dinner
To assist diestion, relieve distress
after eating or drinking to) heartily.
to prevent on0aupation, take
Hood's Pills
s:old everywhere. 25 cents.

Is the aost healing alve IB
the wor:I. It cure& Swe, Cts,
Baurrs asd eli Sifn DIsAsem.

SetCures aPil"es]

a. ,*'I, IS t oCMA
A.. r r i "I "as Oble cavl
are a. qulrkly asd pmrasualylarvj

$1.W 4J 3 - firi*

!i*t'#EtJit.X, it or

frsewer, a he musty air of damp el Me ade w the ga
this miserable disease, which are beauthed into the las a-taben
the blood and transmitted to i ... .. ..
every partof the body-.. Then b -- n ena .a. t -
you bein to feel oat of sorts -ies ewr an6d ba_ e-i m
withdat ever suspecting the astisehastbwpexr a w
mCase_. o .ecergvY or appe- meaadedablood primr,-iaMa essm and
tite, dull head.xhes, sleepy I *iIdsc torbutcrt Wardid ar w
and tired ard completely _lI1bsirztogSe.-.,w"hkIXidmsaei
4j ofItheX23Lw* 1li
cirtion. are stae of the de o te argd scz r ewesl" aa&e
plorable effects of this enfeeb- pea to take s. S. every3mYear& *m S
ing malady. As the disease UIW .Madvi erwrwyb-toio S
progresses and the blood be- *" - 8r
com s moredeeply poisoned, boils and abscesses and dark or yellow p:
appear upon the skin. When the poison is left too ferent and the nuacO~
and germ to multiply in the blood. Liver a':l Kidney troubks and th rer
Serious e-mplIcations of tie arise. As Mlaia bui
Sand d--ve1o,,F in thle blood, thetreatment tobe- e
ive must bLina there too. S. S. S. destroys the gen
and poisons and piUrifs the pollutedblood. S.
S^ ^ is a guarantleegd prci v vegetable remedy. Write i
if yo want medical advice or ainy special information. This wil lA m
nothing. .THE S"Mr.W-GPGfSC AfLU







Round Trip. On
sale daily. Good
till Dee. 15.
Round Trip. On
sale daily. Good
sixty days.

$ .0


Round Trip.
sale daily.
fifteen days.


aound Trp. nayGos o
-oe O Iy Ie -ansij
,Good only toIRc-



Either through Atlanta and C(attnaooRa or Columbiat ad A MeWe. "Land Cte
Sky" route.
Only line ron: Florida with its own rails into St. Louis. Two dafl rmm
SJacksonville. Through dslee"in ear.
Stop-overs Going and eturnfi at principal mountain and ummner esoi pomatsM
CarolUas and East Tennemee. No extra co. Antopporstnity to visit the mreaSe
Sof Worlds Fairs and spend a vacatia-in the mamntalfea where ilde trip ceia be m
through the Sepphire Country. Lake Toxaway. the Hihlandes. ea.
Detaied and valuable information. maps. fo oe. etc.. ebeerfuly furaubef aMp=
applicaioa. J. C.' -SK.
District Passenger Anent. W West Bay St.. Jaeko mvue..

---DEALERS f-- -

Sea IslTdCon < Ct ttoL

Sea Island Cotton Seed, Baggaing and Twine. Walrus
Leather m Strips or B. t

Manufacturers of the James Doig Improved English"
Sea Island Cotton Gin, and Supplies for Same.



Air Line Railway

F* .

Savannah, Columbia, Camden, Soutern

Pines. Raleigh, RichmonAd,Wash-


Baltimore, Phia-

delphia, New York.

Two Elegant Trains Daily.

Seaboard E ess

Seaboard ail.


MO. es l. uea f.y s te- fr I

ttt e. T th e r mthe
.. ..4,n h t dn -, fIaI
Sa e, Spat OaB t AMr d tradr nadIe t-mwe a a . .
-kt.rimpkifthealas- tt of papr 'The w_-dy i1rt-e-
41 som m br .e asa .lthe fae te Aft
a su .H Ta0e The Atlantic Coast Line
-th ai pl '-d -er'... a.nd Is hiNny ad grits Prate al y a -
S|r ag woderfy Iuccfl ia promptly cring starE that tI ed U the United States FO ALL EARTLY -PIT -
eSpia]. -a Te st am c bladd, uric acid k- Is made fron corn. lu te hquati- li s; ~- t
ibs^ ad Bright which b' tiworsthe ties are also used In the manufacture aia v T Via a

__a fow_ .of k.idney t.uW = W a T h '
iayi Dr. K s SwpRoot is not rte- A Wa t n
--tsalit to We Ali ]mimedforeti bt. oa you havekid efter begy m toe the manuoacture of .l| .r. .. .... -..-"
--o-_ ne., l iver or b d t -- vows" t:irbe fotud er t la substitute for malt. r aa Be
.ila u u'isiiag the bolousat theirs and yloe leeld. Ito hasbIen tested A large quantity of corn Iha ued aI- .
--- o -lt-. many waysith t tem n tal wonir, ll r-vate nuay in tthe manufacture of 0 whik *-i- yi
ep ad on Sateday nht, practice, among thedSptoo poor topr and nearly 1s.000000o bubelos are lcpiTruseda s t RiandU lS -tt ._r
w M a tee. la. Ifnd h cttht l.s -ia rel ef and ao1has-prwid Gt succepu in tcksy enr in the man uf acture of co- ti,
i or ..dd.f.ofloe eeekd. hPea er el aoe aprrrtg sala ariege el. Even th the Time Table in efet festJane l--.:
gs| eeof a large ale whIt al- ed i of these prod uts nothIng GAAINEBVILE .-:AUresi-
i ample bolnd senate m, o a bk Te glinoad and other real _____d l. EII

-:ba,"teming-o Live artoead myd a the Itrd. we e l wn a hIsY I a ri._ ,n of vlnenlr a .
Te "a ta" elb is having ielngore about SwampRoot and how to der no s the aufaeture of ftare- om ',
n lew!ifti h eklyiewlord n'arte firt afyoha reeiatos s.n de te. gllcooa, whisky and a cohol are used p H Spn a -
stoe t i When writing entioreading thisgeerous as battle feed. Daily adcag. iarlte P "lats AloI
Illhaetp a i ap nd your Peu to-an TEm fLUTE i US MA XIMUS. P4 g Oeals, -eand. Un an ssa
at-es:a i buA patting up tom. Dr. edimer&Ga.Binesg -T_______ i evr :h ... :_ C D _
fr yo t oIsthe se'est Moae a thet tie 2:a10pW Palaik Daytone Jamt mn milsle, jT -c i,
tried Mintme Nellie Corpew to erthe t une in e h
e bease on selson of adde Do't make any mistake, bus remoe is the gluteus maximus. Hardly 12:11 am High eprinag, Waycroaes, hwaama, Bramwl, e;8:Rpm-
aar ehin fa oe da the o nae aloer oa 1 a of the lower extremities Daily Alb,.Atlianaa al Poilat N rth, t o

have trMiied Ym N'S I -
ky Hill smmr chool. All wish Blaghamou.N. Y.. on every botte. pirps.ymmauy. but ahef duty Is to balance o8:p o Ins
lie a spe___Ver_._th pe nian the bead of tha thlghr tkIlj
.- ., I tTI PREPARED.FOR. STRIKE. bone. It a-sists in carrying the leg tor -
.. -___ W r -d outward in walking, ad----
fn.d o tV P asking Houses Are Rerady Ftor Walk W ^ tg is aid isny oalmrent o ft 8a 1.i
sti sofla ttt Sun Reder. *Out of Workmein. bik___ .|_______P
lJ 2.-The weather Ws hot Kanwas City. July 13.- A strike o As It te tongest so s also the -
a-tnodderpadllging irigato ln a. the bstehers and workmen aftiat ola e. nusi e ssss. In ^thefoll oihi
E. Wood hes jusat got aup from a with them in Kansas City, will end grtwn mn I.t nn exert a force of 110 Through Pullan sleeper Port T oab Niew Y wli hI
---- 4m trgty ki fvera W. W. the six packing houses plants here poodi. to the square inch of its section ine aso via Atlantic Ct Lme ad t
W...s a. W. SheeM, Ms. laud prepared. Owing to the light receipts in the thickest part. Feehpaortole inforti e ____oe^^e
James and Mrs W B. McElroy are all of live stock at the local stock yards Another strong muscle, which Is sit- J. A. OODXWIR, Tkto Agpggg G ,lmil I *I
-os wih shea yphokll wti the tfOf otheo legIs c t T Co Ags.., D STA EM I
daofBNafeser. mdsheepoh weight of the body. The great tendon 188 W. Bay t., Astor Bailt
i-Mr. Now. w r-a. Bpeti minister bosand- sheep on haed. Whuel is ih00rantd in the heel bone, cal R a MEMERSON, Tat. r., r.J A
r"a G Pati ", is here ar-ing on .ive .toc. men at the sardr were ed tndon g illes, i also of Wag ir go
ast d aeestlngD Those who don't anxious about the sittion, as the first str1ngt. eW removed from therI ssM
firstheay recei s t loy. t ta s ti mel i t
eal, beanaleundtand"p.today, and awaiting developments :ie action of the muscles of ithe h Vs
lflhs-t t r the conference between the union c. Vo which it belongs, it has been RESPSE MPA S
S ster hsy gine g s leaders and the heads of the prinepal snipped acront.eheadof thigh
a ihdset pkin outw a chica r t -
ports. Be has taken a county right said he did not believe the packers PBIUim
SManatee eny or Homer would grant the demands of the men. D f e cover theseimportant points wao esetDlly
waMshing machine. The sentiment voices the feeling of a iit t oare. of sIrttfine 4
Lther Yaney and family of Early the managers of other local houses.
Bird are vesitg Mrs. Yae's p -
nts Mr. and Mr . DMoke. WILL PROVE TOTAL LOSS. a W
\ L~.ffor eand two sons let this 111111' 11111
morning forthe antaloupe farm near teaer Chalmette Strike. Snang I IIIL Aigen f t -
we r from a Thumppi River. -*- g f O Part
AT SAGAMOE LL New Orleans. July 13-Advice re Jacksonvile. Floridat fe l o
Fairbanks and e Gusts of the steamer Chalmette which struck a t Vic tor Sa fevin an Loekd. Co pan
snag below Natchez yesterday, say the re. -
yster Bay. N. .. July Ioo eIrc boat will prove a total loss. h The Victor is the beet sale ade, a
irbas and National Carman r The steamer was bound to St. l ightgt purchase tofa safe, or pt=m
elylon_ who --e-e over.nI tguetfromabowaicankaul, e U
Tese-of wow veawith a cargo valued at $30.000, and Jas. Everard Canada t s ss
t re for New York tod Seas. a a r sthabout 40 New O rleans passengers E STA
hen Ih h w edroute to the exposition. The car-
unt ts eveneingwhe he will return a cons is alle s good a yd better thO moat Infortation cheerfully fnthed. GANE
to IndIanapolis /.al o Beer. Made of asoops and Maen.Ne t 1 1 A __ *V.
Stork f or everal sdays tow The boat w alued at 0.. n OT RICE. Iff-
Newr -Li ve -s to Se ws ns d fr e50,000. A like I

ork y arrangements Jfor th ut of Insurance was carried on Pr Barrel....... O
S-partv-eft -t~oday tho president, Sena, hercargo. No livesnwer Ga Per Dozns.........1
- nT ge L _Gulf Ra
to FarbanK.and Chairman Corte- The Best Health Culture.
The e reeatagamore W No poor man Ian afford to bother ac W THE FRUIT VEGETABLE ROUTE .
ntinmed untl an early hour this with any of the experimental health OF FLORIDA.-
-mornig bit n.tie1formation concern. fads. He is too busy making a living GENERAL MT LL AxO F Oe R I t A 0
--lg it wz obtalnalbre. for hiMself and family, and when he E RAL MILL Time Tble eect Jl .
Judie viiam Hunt. who. nnfD afflicted with a bad cough or cold. or IMACHINERY REPAIR8. S. -
SJuly -. w. governor of Porto Rico, developse.atarrh as the direct result of
arrived Ahre todaY. -e tcame p a a old, he simply takes a few doses of o. o
Sip- to th .r.emn and to di Dr. Boehee' German Syrup. And if oum hn PiI Uy. I STATIONS. l.
e Port Ric affairs wth b ot moseriou, say consum- up to 1- irehs. Iunday
cu.... -- d.on, pro_ trates him or any member of
Cheerfully Recon.%mended for Rheu- his family, German Syrup can fhaUP!
frii j- i r.? IAr
nbe rolled on to efeet a cure. Tv PIML i Lv A
.. HiCbee, Daie, Ill, wries btle,.25c Big bottle, 75e. At W. M. COTTON GIN 7so 7 .. ..... .4.........Iri- .-. -
dee.. 1S G1:' .About-: two years go nD..---..-- . i
DM. M 31 Sol
Ss Chattanoc, Ten. Jy 3.-Sout. P PM .... ..-- --
.n oeerf y recomm. end it to ll bound passenger train No. 3. on te ..- -w._ 8 ... ; .ic.. .. : -
offering .t.m like a-lictions.a" 25e, Queen and Crescent route, had two---------- ---------- 8 .. .... .....- -...
t. o.... W. Joh enaches deraied near Oakdale this .... .. *......'". :- ,-
et. lly, N. 1 Jly -Te B Int Wred, ad te .. ... .... t..........

.ey Arms hot at.- Berkey. near Sea- .a er a delay of three hours to tra, .. 9 1 ", .......- .- i
side Park, N. was destroyed I- o Lv* ........I o
...re .oday s Id25 estimated $7Lsn ru,- w s two.-as- ,

--;_ dThe follui letter from Roberth i s A 7- -- ... .

ps d t -- I Dokey --I during the clvii war, ,IS t-t t l : i h uIu I ii 1 I..?allb A '- sA I 0 10
e tc sadrnis death.aNgtheoias sngdtrierae. ......... ..

L ___seKiSly 1_-_aW-P. Iftjtjijee, tround _d jia 9 - .. .-.j..akey ,"I
Are.j.. ...1i* ev ted-It .. 7...0
::- 1 lrm~e; :-J :lIm-W : F "q.hl~ ItwlfkM ~ tI- i- I: I! I: ; I-" :i "I :] I1 "I "! W *"" :: :7 11-

I *and

gAtheddteSon. bll wa
hmW hcad very lively
4aff..ans ru sles pres
# i mmaber of
I~ie aeort- am the p~
-de -o down too) -a
e 1t eiwderation. It
Lke special order if ear
I aetarck a number of
wi ar. The committees
he ether hand, says it
w matters If certain 4bil
ienthe bounse convened
r the committee on.
Btrsin which eight bill
r-Br a special order in
r the election bll had
oatfot. These bells were
* property fromi taxat
wse th governor's salary
-XD Wort &u44e; 1
wise it superior and map
pea; to establish a co
lto t define the jurldicl
reaeourt: to call a ec
savekuaani~d to allow a
esaiIdate certain oafec
t al4a changed the ho
snRles 1t 10 to 9 olek

IeU Zg sr t empty pockt-
n one-o the A U"
ti l e i o-roM tShe dothe lday toom u hs

Bri:nitffl-by ijBaftft .. tete m' IL
W" pc thtoeI&e country, ..a
teacealed by the goods tying a It
Paea gtiy-a abper ete it-. Her ore
h" as^ t-a s biy i esto- ]
- -a "tle prin a .tf a s*ore of t
.le shue endeare red to cover It-tqui
"* Bawea tsadkercihef, truV with her satabel
I to ra ar tesman, witb-Pt appearing to notice
- s bomr act"onus each time removed the
e m the peetAook out of danger and into
p os the figBht. Finally she adopted new tactics
and picked it up. with the remark:
s taken up Shumebody's left a pocketbook."
;our yi. Te' replied the clerk interroga-
ewtd ai e- ly. Thank you," And he took the
s -a sp. leter a wnd tsappeared with It for a
en* a~U po b is return the woe
art o se a -kedwith-a saglit sow oftIterest:
omnmt. W**W there iuhe mAn it?
bails alo Onl Wom' reptled the Salesman carf-
- liedso tesmly, with the ease of one who has
led-- tooar- been used to lying all his iWe.
ie e -"And who will get it f it t called
impr tofr asked the shopper.
e on r-es' Te firm." ise the epigrammatical re
will Ipe. W .
Sare di The woman went out. In ten or fif-
teena mnutes a boy came In and asked:
I y a was a poclmetbook with $3 found
rules mae here this morning
is were aet "Yes." replie4 the salesman. "but it
unediately has been called for."
been dih- Oh," said the boy and retired.
to exempt And the salesman smiled audlbly.-
"; to Il aleago Tribune.
6d &6

to mcreae
reme court
mrt of ap.
Otlo of the
Jl countries
as. The jre-
mr of the
.ek in the

1~ l-ased ,by the p-asage of two
Smportant general bills. one providhag
acre Iasen n thi amount t be

-,-" ad I-troe& a jolet res
eW to she. t. er nd a there
u siBa an reselna of made
m aparaofcei rae o t er-se being
4M Jrda of teMe otw ty.
t< take status of taberepids In the
Sr Mgeorga; another by Sed bnator
IAMa-tI regulate the safe of domes
e wind toI the stte; and anl other by
ie o immi o ration bet
SThe enate was Jor session about a

a- r, after- whih It we a iwvnto exet a
e sedt ron r orderly to actl ofn their
apiointeuts sent in by Governor Ter-
e- on Friday. These were all con-

a r.ol T-rtured.
kIieB amgiOea light that for pera
asp Imever bee- equaled. J ,oe
nI-sh1 k of Gol asa, Catt writes: "For
SIBBe"n i endured intterable pa in
t ueastis.m and er nothing re-.
B -ved mtbough I tred eOverything
ewsa. I gaie s* rAt Elearie Bit-
las, ad it's the reatet mediine on

Stebltds and genral debility.
1R agog o o*ism. and kWn!-
r lom ts toUw guaranteed byL

Rad Trip Ratesto Wasblhgton, .iC.
A- antc. -Co Line, the. quickest
roue by two bours and eleven min-
iUtes from Jacksonrville to Washington,
-oers excuarion rate, Jacksonville to
Washington and retain, *S7. Tickets
wo-meae. Tlorid and Wet
... a Limited, fast and et all-
iyea trate between the Eastand &South,
leaves Jasonville at _a. m.. arriving
in- l iNgtoa ~:54r a. m. following
Warning. No 40. Atlantic Coast Line
~pees, leaves Jacksonville 8: 05 p.
S N,, ,rvizeu in Washington 1150 p.
Sfollowing eveng. An excellet
p to visit the nation's capi-
atnat lmnal sot. Tickets good to
1ura lto october 31st. ,Avail your~
Sself of the quest and best line.
)th trains earry Pullman drawingK-
Sesleepers, Jacksoaille to Wish&-
:at. Florida and West Indima
eafrries Pullanu finest dining
| em, Suvanah to Washington.

Urs.i ai.Ney-whydoyou have Mrs.


One Lady's Recommendation Sold
Fifty Boxes of Chamberlain's
Stomach and Liver Tablets.
I have, I believe, sold fifty boxes of
Chamberlain' Stusomah and Liver
Tableta on the recommendation of one
lady here, who first bought a box of
them abwut a year ago. She never i
tires of telling her neighbors and
friends about the good qualities of
Shese tabtlets.-P. M. Shore, druggist,
Roehester, -Ind. The pleasant purga-
tive effeet of these tablets make them
a favorite with ladies everywhere. For
uale by all drggists..
The 5l-m1i r+t t*"a_ of Maea+tx1ia ll
tar of Steel.
Tl smphi-npt ;w:ay 'of luagnetizing a
bar of stepi i itat known as "single
touch. The b Ir to be magnetized is
laid on thie taitle and the pole of a pow-
eirul magnet iby rubbed from ten to
twenty times along its length, always-
nla the same direction. If the north
ple of th magnet is employed the end
of the bar trt touchedwill also be-
'ome a- north pole, while the opposite
n at which the magnet is lifted be-
fore returning, will be a south pole.
There are other and more complicated
methods, known as "divided touch"
and "double touch," In which two and
even four magnets are employed.
A steel bar can also be magnetzed
by placing it within a coll of insulated
wire, through which a galvanic current
Is circulating. The magnetisrm Induced
in this way, however. is weak com-,
[Ipared with that which can be procured
If the is.me strength of current Is em-
ployed through the intervention of an
eh-ctro-ma nuet.
Why Not Learn to Speak Spanish?
Yo eaw secure a eopy of the new
edition of booklet entitled, "What to
Say i Spanish and How to Say It." by
evading two eMent in postage to W. H.
Leay, division pasenger agent, At-
latie Coast Line railroad, Savannah,
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AUGUSTA, GA., $4 00

Columbia, $4.00

Friay. Jaly 22, 194.

With Day Coaebes and Pullman Sleep.
ing Cars. Via

Sou r Railway

Leave Jacksonville .. 7:46 p. m.
Arrive Columbia......... :00 a. m.
Arrive Augusta. ... 8: a. m.
Tickets limited three days in addi.
tion to date of sale, good returning on
last trai- leaving Columbia and Au-
gusta Monday, July 25th.
SFuther detailed information will be
furnished upon application to
J.0. L SK,
District Passenger Agent,
n WOes Bay S., J.ksoovi-e, F l ..

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Reveals the News and Facts governing
Studies underlying causes of Market
Movements -
Reviews, analyzes and criticises Railroad
and Industrial reports.
Has complete tables of Earnings of
Quotes active and inactive Stocks and
Records the last sale of Bonds and the
* yield on Investments at the price.
Answers, without charge, inquiries con-
cerning Investments.
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Copper Distilled.. 1 65 N. White. $.
Queen City .....200
Sunny South. 2 N. C. Better. 200
Gilt Edge.. .... 3 00 N Fi ne 0-

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from Gainesville toESt. Loais al I-
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965R e .d turn limit 26 days
turn limit 1 -bye fro dae t
Tickets sm Toedas In July.
Correspmmdaixlw rntes frow ether
ts. The L. N. Ia the bet lu et
For rates, iand sleeping a
Weseratius apply to ,
J. I LEtlUNO. a. Pg. Agt.
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Presicer.!al Electors.
o F. Buffnaum-F-rauim conty.
Geo K Robiason-Marion county.
Geo. Ho.lmt-Breyit county.
G. A. W. Wede!l- A. I-Cuahmin-Aichnas oTuntT>
For Gwvernor--Ho. . Jhf.far-
Seoretary 4 tf tate- n 'i r.
AUorsey-Oenerat-Fr-d C. Ctubber-
ly. Levy.
Coempmrolle,-J. L. Skipper Polk.
Treawser-E. -M Brstford, Dade.
Superintendent of Public Iastrue-
tion-W. R. O'Neal. Orange.
Co-mmimoner of Agric -nture-J. 8.
Rowley, Pubt.
Rltchie^t. Jotas .
Justice Supreame Cos for term of
six y.a-W. B. 'hep"ua, sabia
Junties Supreme Court-0. 8 Faur,


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^ rtar~a*e*de top*.
ae mCotra#ts as ts temp-s.rat

At this temp-erahwe water is thheav-
at This i the point of u max aiumn
-alB -rA- t -is point It beguinm
expand. TI:rlpere in winter. althIoug
thewie iteemy b freeSing at a te-
piature of 3*2 degrees, the water -at
the bottom of tL potV is six or seves-
degree. warmer. -
Suppose that water. oke everything
-elseh.bad ge in contracting as f1
oinied 1tfW it reached the- freeasing
i-ast. The hea iest- water wuld have
kBto the lowe-sto place and wterf -be-
me 1e. A^iabourhb it J true that
-'i*t- of water- . muenine pints!
elee nd therefore etergs -float.
shlofL bove the s vrthace an eighth
at teir lbu, stil M ail tLe water wIhen
S Abh-e bottom turnd lto ice the
069.e eWld" have locked it Iu their-
etlie and beld it tlwre. andi efore
t- wulutr was over the whole potol
-_- aM- beie- solid Ice, and all th~-p-o
l wouei- be entombed in clear, beas-

I f say, #In a .. lever
e th resee.. Devfnt
? achiasn. the god of war hI Japan,
ageage Ite siaay, love_ a dovera bird
g uical ian the wea of peace and
g tw Gota t *y temple sthrtine
uist... w is... -';.orhi'ped, -and
S-:y t a great many doves Cto-&
le &tber on te0rootf of the temple or
t- ou sM bflow. Te tablet on
"lls the nfumef te god Is Inscribed""
b*gal with the ilograph of -"HachEl
0e two strokes of whIch are intended
ST picture a patr of dops, the female
a the *ht -and the male on the left
esw are Haehlman's favorite birds,
^ emssenwrs ty which he sends good
t lidbigaorfpeaeeand love. -
fachiman never Sghts merely to sa-
Uate his thirst for blood. ie fights
battles -for .peace. He never makes
smere of fles so that he may glory
mve the conquered. He is a great en-
4Ary of tyrants and oppressors. He is
ever ready to help those who are op-
S preesd and persecuted. He fights
wast of justice He wishes to see Jus-
tice `doneon a-a sides. His banners
hear eriptions conveying tohethought
at righteownaesa sad justice.
S Miserable will be the fate of any
who venture to violate the peace and
welfare of the world, for aCU human If
his rIghteous wrath will M rsh down
such a one under his mighty feet-
^:'.'- ^ .: ra ~ f ,; ,.
C&ate ageete the inhabitants of
tb *seaiut as it does those ofthe
l s arctiec land plant cannot
...hat the equator, so In the Are-
S tie a atasrtie ocean marine plants
we osn^ d which are unable to sorve
i u rm water. 4Anog them .st i-

weeds which sometimes attain a gi-
gantic sie, exceeding In length the
longest cMimbig plants of the troptcal
forests and developing huge stems like
th.e ptria of trees. Investigations

frtenm thefisgld homes than to the
ocean. The genial warmth destroys
them, just as a polar blast shrivels the.
flowers of a tropical garden.
A omHpremtse.

Ye og Matron (with theories on theU
S eae of children, tonurse)-Jane. Nxu.e
* Tea-som. Young Matron-When s
baby has finished his bottle, lay "'h inn
tie cradle on tis right side. After eat-
^ --a chlUd should always le on the
tightaide; that relieves tbe pressure on
*the heart. Sttil (reflecivey) the liver
S l on the right side; perhaps, after all,
youa bad better lay him on the left
ide. No. I am sure -the treatise o0I
SInast digestion said right side. On
the whole, Jane, yon may lay the baby
Bhi bck until I have looked up the
m matter pore thoroughly.
Twe Only Obigettes.
SA story that comes from a country
gion not far from New York concerns
n_-atire who was seen -stomdly plow-
S a field with a team of weay and
elected horses. As they approached
the observer of rural ttife remarked
Ssynimpathetically that te horses "didn't
seem to uke the work." -
"Urm," commented the farmer bely,
"they don't have to like it. They Ol

Q0K .-pas -And a-_ Ap ;&
S that aren wplaty hale asoinedu
Stailtr thd aed peetm being allen d
Am the aWnter name and the btue ape
Sie aby tohe latter. These beetle ar-
amg the moat qoarrme aome of inueta
*ea igtht to the death on the. ehat
provoke n. It a long been theb -
in'f among ERngaeh boy to catch aad
set them fightasg with each other.
T.bey are as ready tfor bttle as gamn
eeks, and the victor will both kill and
eat his antagonist.-St Nicholas.
Leekswf on the dight s$d[.
The lesson which I have learned In
lfe. whichb- impressed on me daily
and more deeply as I grow old. Is the
wsson of good willand good hope:
believe that today Ie better than yes-
terday and that toiorrow will be bet-
ter than today. I believe that in spite
lt so mway errors and wrongs and even
crimes my countrymen of al classes
desire what Is good and not what is
eAL.-Senator Hoar's 'Autobiography.*
: selal Advanoe.
other Are you gettIog on any.
Gertrude? Danghter--Oh. yeas. moth-
er. We used to tbe lumped in with
"and others." but now we have climb.-
|ed up into "'some of those prsent."-
Cincinnati Commercial-Tribone.
"Miss Calsngall complains that she
has too much leisre."
"WelL why doesn't she take up some-
-She does. She takes up other -
pWe tlme."-Judge.
When a man has his picture taken
wit his family he shows on his pho-
tographic face that be was forced into
itt-Attchison Globe.
The eastet, cheapest and best remedy
for catarrk, colds, asthma and all dis-
easesorf the throat, chest and lungs is
~uakor Oil, the new discovery. It is
peofeetly harmless even to children,
ad is guaranteed to give perfect sat_
Isfaction in every ease or money will
be promptly returned. It renders
grippe-, impossible, quickly destroys
disease gers, and iuaures fall, per-
fot and natural breathing through the
nostrils. For sale by R. W. Vanase.
Island Grove, Fil.


and Building Material,

Sash, Weights Cord, Hardiare

E.I. HACEEU, Proarietor

Witches Watch


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aaUty aed vale ,

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High Springs, Florida.

SumNer NormaL

The Orange Spia Normal and| _


Olics4t MAX KRAUSS-,
R eprenc.ting

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Orders sent to us WHOLESALE SHOES K
O tr II I DeripUl1
receive prompt atten- Aie
tion and the class of
w ork we turn out 'is M I LIT Y Sho". Every
bound to please. pan-war.ted. e
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L rnI i -,,, Jaek nville. Florida

S_ -_ __ __ Merchant Luneh from 12 to 2p. m.
Uartbelomay Reddeer, a&I* *.
Send Us Your per teW .ger teereoDraa- i

Next O de r d
Steals, Fish, Chops Game n season
_____________________ to order. Pool, Billiards, Bowliag
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ave to do t.-arpers wWe. .,-
S Commercia natitute -
10 are se S ^ Will peB on Jun 13 for the fifth s-e.
eas yoa se e wtork)t Ifalds Purses vatages. Expenses light and free use
m pats aeaptat 16gla salib tH E Ja
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proved and animiproved), phosphate,
trekinand ifaruiig Mlads. bead him --
a li.of what you offer forsale. 2142m

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job 08ee in Endel Blook.

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Gras endoYour Bor Coee DeA Sare, the liveb, Bushe r
Five years'expereseae In New .or City.o A
croff"ar te LWork sft:iaseiamee 18 C-es

Order- tothe fail to cal on-m when in ovlie....gamperform_ _--
~ '' -HE WEST END tiots i a A a"
JOHN HIaS.P. ror. MlP perfect and -
s1-M W. Basy SM., Jatek rle, FIx. ditiO .
nd our Faust beer, bottleanddraught.Dot od by All
Order to the --** -V
(With Dr. G G RThon).
Poreelalt laiay Work ard the Reultiow of
Seet Seatles& DIRC yOu
Oc 36e im Mfier Law Exchange.
wran fteaw ner. Prop l _-__-_^,- wit
Jacksonville Florida -. C. k If k '.t
Job ; L.Atiata4 5Ra. ., Ar.S
Best Imported and Domestic Liquors i v aiSAm., Ar
and Wines in the city. rnc < M
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CiTtinff the oamy *lag d wfatoft"
uLansao St. Losis. TU esrsues -anik
Ie~aflyftO 9. O. A~a&afS at i. f~M
ou tbe entre fsy I* St- Low"s to n lmi>st
For rate tem ouar ewty. Wedees mrsail
likE ad wtebdullel, 1iseples ear irwMr
Io for book wwIba boakl ws t6webw
maws. quoting thei ratew& wste to

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k. 1 Drows Bmidlaga, ATULATA, GA.



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for T th eO X a d
Wi. ll. Di- 4 -on"val storese-"ofe o t eNa or-- f--, t-I-

e..... where he will re.pera e r. a .- I.*

nw ads.i
Dr. H'. Col.oA departed yesaNrday
S for Dauellos, where be was esaed on
protessicual basianes.
For Ret.-From August It store
Poied bJoyal k Cook. Apply Thoe.
ae nkwonvme.

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Jbai nu 1sby Msrular

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That.. of Who Runs May ead*

it .re wlAin an. k Kil.
u A newspapers for sale at the S.n

Good piano or sale cheap. Mrs. T.
W.P atnd. l e
l;l-0" c OfS-fom wasa Viay l

m---: ;-W- der foial Sa: e ifor sale
b~~W.- M. oWAm & C o.
*Punit ng4dO e for sale. Address
So_ M .aeisSM ieN M t.
ST. .Cap&erobf White Spring is reg
latered atthe Brown House.
George Thompmon of Meredith was
among the visitors to :ainesville yes-

S. G- es of Palaer was in the city
yesterday and paid The So an agree-

t When bilious take Chamberlain's
B toah and Liver Tablets. For sa'e
by allIdrmggfist.
111. large, well furnished room to
meat on block next to square. Apply at

am k idge were among the via-
itoy to Gaineville yesterday.
Captin and Mrs. J. N. Strobbar re-
tarmed yesterday from a delightful
aojourn at Worthington Springs.
S The San has about 1,000 old papers
a had wMbhich will be closed out in
| eo LOGO or more at $1 per 1,000.
ve. Nl . Phillips departed yester-
day for Mayowhere ho will viit her
daughter, Ms. Travens, for a few

Jodge H. G. Mason and Attaoreys
8yd L. Carter and W. 8. Broome made
a brief profeeadoal visit to Starkeyes-

Mrs. J. B Lucy has returned to her
1 nme in Jacksoaville, after a pleasant
visit to her mother, Mrs. Spenee, in

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the. valued subscribers of The Sun, or two. This young lady has many Brook d-
S 4was in the city yesterday and made friends here who regret her departure, tenoon for his home, having com-1
this ofi an agreeable call. but trust that she will favort them with pleted his business.
A eat awning has been installed on .another visit at no distant day.
the shed in front of the potoffe C. Sitsbee Married.
hich wil have a te. ndendy to make Read This. ement been re i
i- HAnnooement-s.beenreeeioed of,
-- taloup.- or pineapple-crtc. .Dr. K *W. Hall, St. Louis, Mo.-Dear ma E. MeAofwh m
l rts w et Sirp ar we h Miss Sadie E. MeArty, which happy
CASlUi'Wiber Aledenshort Sir: During the post yearwe hve thhott pae othe
sotiee. Price uaoted on applieition. sold over twenty-four dozen "Hall' bride t pp er o
Hae s CrateWorks, Hasungs, Fla. Great Discovery" for kidney and blad- brde "n epperreo Wednesday,
Sder troubles, and during that time June 29. The groom is more familiar-
A ng .the promineii Floridiean have received noomplaint., ly known in this city, where he lived
g this ity yeeday was Judge Yours respetflly, for any years as Burt SreeI. He
Haskell of Pala-tk. one of the 0. V A- ANTWrRP & fo rseN
HakellofPat n o G.V. .. was a very popular yong man ad
:.)auta attorney. of t.e Gem C.ity. A Texas Wonder. hi numerous friends her will extend
e._G Chamberlain of Tacoma was in One small bottle of the Texas Won- m aeog atins. Mr. bee i
he city yesterday. Mr. Chamberlin der, Ba l's Great Discovery, cures an I Sagdd -o be ver'ysue "ss' fl
- i-Jut tuMarned from South Florida. kidney and bladder troubles, removes
whee he hbas been in the interest of gravel, cures diabete. eminal emia- Chamberfain's Colic, Chelera and Di-
the wa~~an m kiaie...n al- weak sa, lame beks, rhema- arrhoe" Remed.
S-ft'-. a bt..--. v s i .it. to anda~irregularities of the kid-J c e
sAterabref but pleasant visit to aey and bladder in both men and This rmedy isasertain to be need
aI egamily i this city, C. B. Hodges women, regates bladder troubles in ia almost every home before the sam-1
s turned to Hi SprIngs, where children. If nosold by your drggist,e mrer is over. It can alway be d-
be be e-ployo m bymail on reeipt of $1. ended ipon eyen in the oste svere
bes UAmpkyd S in 00 p itOne small bottle is two months' treat- 'and aanieroos cases It is espsclal

Sead ----for" 7 s ol e -a itm ow may save I fa. r
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e-ll lseversyear igo. e -se
i-aos of the maas, a pewtst
ad mer ta he country, sad his
stion isa deserved eme.

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After a oolesoftdans spent in this
city Chaa. W. Bartlesm returned to
is home in Jackesoville yesterday.
Conductor J. D. Logan of the At-*
lntie Coast Line, with headquarters
at HightSpring was in the eity yes-
White Springs and return Sundays
during season via G. & G By. ine
hours at springs and return same day.
Only one dollar. Through coach. tf
Col. I. E. Webeter departed yester-
day for Fort White, where he was
summoned on business for the phos-
phase department of H. F. Dutton &
Strayed-One tan-colored butt-head-
ed milch cow, Jerey. no marks. Re-
ward for information which will lead
to her rescoery. C. B. Hodges,
Ladies' calling eards, gentlemen's
ards, business cards and any other
kind ofcards printed ia the latest
styles at this offeie-and the price i
reasonable, too.
N. C. Pettit of Waldo was among
the visitors to Gainesville yesterday.
Mr. Pettit is now residing in Mexico,
and came here on a summons an-
nouneing the illness of his sister at
For .ent-Coolet place in moan-
tains of North Carolina, six-room
eottage, foraished. Elevation 2,400
feet. Large, shady grove; no mala-
ria or mosquitoes. Terms reasonable.
A. R. Carver, Saluda, N. C.
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Hampton and
Mr. and Mr. L. R. Wood and child
departed yesterday for Hot Springs,
Ark., where they expect to remain for
the- next few week. Friends wish
them a pleasant visit.
-Among the visitors to this city yes-
terday was Captain J. W. Carter of
Misanopy, who is engaged in supply-
in Irock to the United States govern-
ment for jetty work at the mouth of
the St. Johns river. The quarries are
located at Arredondo.
Editor C. P. Setzer of that sprightly
paper, The High Springs Hornet, waS
ia the city yesterday from Jackson-
ville, where he has been on business.
Editor Setser is one of the most origi-
nal writersthis country ever produced.
and his work is popular among his
P. M. Oliver's Auction Hose, south
side of Wall street, is the cheapest
store on earth. Buys for eak, sells for
cash. RunR no risk, is why he-ean di.
vide his profits with his customers.
Oliver will buy anything from you, or
sell anything for you at auction or
private ale. By all means call and
see him. -t.
Among the visitors to Gainesville
yesterday was Abraham Allen of Old
Town, LaFayette county, a progres-
sive farmer and stock raiser of that
seetion. Mr. Allen also has a contract
for the delivery of a large quantity of
eedar timber, from which he is realiz-
ing handsomely.
Mis Wiggins of WayeroM, Ga.,
who has been visiting Mr. ad Mrs.
J.. .Jarri n this city, expects to re-

Watr Notice -Watter loneAl will
morig tly the wte
will be closed down for semwi booms
in order to eleasse resaroir at spuiq.
Thi is done to pr th m pig
dirty and impare water into the Ser-
vice. Respectfuly., F. MILLU,
Cheap rates to White Springs and
return via G. & G. Railway. Daily
limit, 1 days, -. Week end, golag
Saturdays and SaSuday, returning
Monday following, 2$150. Leave
Gainesille f:45 a. m, 9:15 p. m. So,.
day excursion o ly on dollar. Leave
Gainesville 6:4 aa. M Nine hours at
springs and back Same day. J. F.
HILL, agent.
George Gibbons and son, Samuel, of
'Archer were anmog thom who visited
Gainesville yesterday. Mr. Gibboms
holds the honored powsion of secretary
of the County Democrati Execatirev
Committee, and is now paying the
varibus candidates in the recent pri-
maries that proportion of rebate which
is due them from the campaign. About
forty per cent of the original -assess
dtant will be returned to the eandi-
Dr. J. Harrison Hodges has returned
from Jennings, Hamilton county,
where he was called on seoDnt of the
illness of Mrs. B. F. MeCail. The mn-
meroes friends of this lady in this see-
tion will regret to learn that she is e-O
riously ill with typhoid fever, -ad the
chances for her recovery are very
deobtfuL Mrs. Meall resided at
Fairbanks for several yean, where her
husband was engaged in the mnanufae-
tore of naval stores.
In the Mayor's Court.
Besie Hunter, a negro female char-
acter whose face is as familiar in this
city as the face of the clock in the
court house Wower, was arraigned be-
fore His Honor Mayor Thomas for
swearing. It is said tat "Mit Heot.
e" did not exactly appreciate the
company of a gentleman friend, being
anxious to lavish her affection o n
another, and when he approached her
in a moat lovable manner from a rear
window at her home she threw hot
water inhis face sand called him a hard
name, at the same time- ordering him
from the premises and demanding that
he never oil the earth around her
back yard with his footprints again.
The woman was arrested, bot when
the ease came to be tried the plaintiff
did not put in hi appearance. The
can was compromised by the payment
of all oosts by the Hunter woman, and
everybody went their way rejoicing.
WeO Pleased With Gainsevie.
Captain W. M. Brooks of Tampa,
who is connected with the Floral City
Phosphate Company of Floral City,
was among the visitors to Galiesville
yesterday. Captain Brooks has been
a visitor to this city at intervals for
many years, and is well pleased.
"'My firstvisitto Gainesville wasin
1883,/'be said, "and I have noted with
satisfaction the steady growth and ima-
provement of yeaour towns whish I on-
eider the most thrifty inland city of
Florida. I am more than pleased with
the nuameroau handsome b-iMiUW}
which have been completed sine my
last trip here, which ha transformed


At that def all woId-be
eto polite attention an
f air treatment, e to


The Birth Place o o res

You can save yotr pocket chang
bv -hi-vinYo T-nv -',-nus.

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.-port Fr.m the W. C. T. U.
At the renlar meeting of the o- Tf
man's. Christian Temperane Uaios,
(whose members are ever alive to ki" e
itesestof our town), the subject ln
regard to placing a drinking foontaril
o the square was again brought ep,
sad it wai unanimoucly agreed that its
wold be a great beneft to omr ast-
growing eity. A committee was ap-
poinedtoeoofer with the council in
egard to it. We feel sure every cit-
sen will be interested in this enter.-
prise. It wiH be appreciated by our
children. Mi-sDye was appointed ua-
perinatendent of 'Loyal Temperaeen
Legion" work and will meet ze chil-
dren at the reading room Wedneday
oLftonon. July 2- *t s n'*lkpr (4 F emr er

se ah o mt ek

Str. PaXSm WOeg. AaI w MMI DNM c |-
____*m M ~-Omu5v m 5Diul! OSUM a
If the Baby is Cutting Teeth
Be sure and se that old and well-
tried remedy, Mrs. Winstlow's Sooth-
ing yrup. for children teething. It
soohes the child, softens the gums, i
allay -ll pain, res wind colic and is
the best remedy for diarrhoea. Twen '
ty-fve ents a bottle.M .

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amm rAU sJi htip Ran Jarinto. of thei Mallory line,
AnMii l l A E nIUi 1was practlhally destroyed by flreIdtSIsy
''ARiMllSA RRFE A whilh lylng at oac&h'a ahipyard.i. at
Aiie i TI I IE !Cheseor,P. Pa., whuruc ashe wl laid siu
RflADD for riepali'c,
FOR DEATe T veel' wcs iullt a year' agd
apo at a eoat of. l500000.l.
Flcinu Each Other on Heightl The f r oriKad in a roorm ud
h e fitr atlirlnl oil nil vlarnlih. snd hell
Bordering Liank River. g nied' mc-rit headway before thice -
---.- rival of the fir> engilnes that the flr,
TRANSPORT TRAINS ON MOVE. meti ,llvidoti their Attentlon between
.....--.- the hig eshel and, the property of
Long Linae of infantry.Wind Through the hii)btildlic company, adjacent to
*L. iJ ---l.

Mountalne-Porces of the Czar and
the Mikado Are Preparinp for a De-
Cislve Struggle.
lieadquarter. of General Count Kel
ler. Niut Klay, near W.lauit Ila lsaa,
July 13,-The uopukimll irames aret
grutl yfacing ti a other on the heights
across the Llank river, reasly to en-
gaPil li a death gra*p. Thoe Jank
crosses the main U00 tang, Fen s"g.
Wang, C'lingl rouid, 2' nmilelm east oit
LlaO Yang, It fl Ta Tao river,. which palveW east of
Lain Yang and emptle lat) the Liao
The correspondent of the Assoclated
Pressu who arrived here after a 36
nille ride front Soe UIng Jl saw long
lla" of Infantry and transport trains
winding thrublgh the mountain*. At
Llang ias tilan a lookout, stationed
in a trie te1l. pointed out Ute way to
GQnoral KoHy's headquarters near'
Nlut Hiiy. Thre theR Kuselan east-
ern army was fmoud, hidden in the
plalp .. li saw general Keller. liv-
tlg like a simple soldier,. his taff bo-
lgi quartered in a native hut nearby.
The general looked cheerful and was
nronzed by exipoure. lie talked vn-
thuAlastlrally of the lengagiemet at
ol Van.
Arlicnd the tginIral's tent wert many
*ffic-ero of the guards,, the pride of
ft. lP.tnlreilj. To see thtmt an
weatherlheatii at the, Co(mack offigersa,
qon could blarc'ly tleveve" them to be
tl*. ilaulhiing iuardsmnn of the Itusslan
' aplial. They have become harden.
ed fighters. for hardly a day inases,
without collialona titween the sat anam
polts of the 4tern army and t e Jaip-.
anes-' The whole army to anxious
to light (1It'eral Kiitrkni. whlo.s' head
Slarllteirt are at Vlad.iapudt...... uand
who4i ien art' eutrenchodl on the
ether side of the river The biurn-
Incg q utittlutio is; who will he the first to
croSm II- itread'l valley of the lUank
Attack by Torpedo Boat.
T" l |i, .i lt > 1I .-. Noxn.- A- uifral To-
o i- iir ltlat at oidln giht July II,
ti I' i i tt ;io',I" itrhuachtl the I >om
Wli l>.i't k. the (icilritr-In to Port r-
th.u t.ir!,', anid atttel(hcd the o 1ard-
aB l01 1au 3 i4hi torp, lt".. '1'hn re.
all1 il. nit l T..'i ,' r ittcalloil. The
Jai, se'@ lisoats rI miiiii umlam1ag'id.

Shelled Enemy.' Positton.
Clio Pon, Jul. 1,2 t p. cn: It l re-
portel that flve. Itlltan *ruljerm and
several tirpedio .ipt* IW4ft, .iort Ar
thur at.8 o'clock on Saturday morning
last and Mhwll.d the .nyte pgltlions
on th.' la'iLt oast, ritlr2lnKi andani.
gted itl 6 tocloik In I(to ,venitng. It
It' believed they pnonlirtlr I Admiral
Togo'.l ships andi wera toIr-et to re.
turn A Jtirtk vt uci a'rrhed he-re IL:
morning ri'otn houritll tweo Itotrifict
exiplio-ina at port Arthiur yest rhiy.

Short Biography of the Democratic
Nominee for Preeldent.
ioulsu. N. Y., July Ijl. hb follow.
Ing !. a ihort hbioraphy of .lKdge. A l
ton It. Park. lthef litn)eperat c hiBtl,
liei for proehlenc-y:
18>21 May It -Hern on a farm at
Cortlainld, Portlad ev"ently, X. .
ItiIl iluollt-d as a pupil in the dl*
triet elittel at Cortlandil.
1468til 18fr, Worlked ti a farmn in the
uiimmr an il attecidind the dilslrict
ichnotl ilrlica ;l: e l\iii'<,r.
1| 6 li ilt .r d thi <',i;:!."ni1 tv.f 1 i3.

(i8 -Waa Kradlualtd from ('ortluald
acaitiiey anI)d al gaii ifnschipg dCcl(xil at
Virgil, Cortlind county .
I8tih- WVhllt i4h0hlllg, 8lllultiidl notr.
ial i schi(ii,
18140F l'Ntered Albany law aithnol.
1872--\Waa gratitated from Albany
law school.
1872--Adniiltted to the bar,
1872- --Marritl Mary Lee Scehoon-
maker andl became clerk and later asi-
!intolt. In thie law firm of Achoinmalk.
or & lardenherg.
1872- In the fall wa elected clerit
of the board uof itperviiors of Ulstor
1873 -Won hid tirAt big law salt.
181177-IClected ctitrrogateo uf tester

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county. 0. 101 "V" "C*"*""' hav KuW,
Itil -...It-lcted isurrogatl of '- Icslli cpt yt *v't+ i dletr'cmtined. The. ex.
ter roiinty licri wis pireaniltr.- and wan prac-
ISMt- ld nd acpliTcnineut a lt< ihllly 'ore-.'l <1u)n th. olostlaonl i tt.
asit anit poetma rtr general, ofleli.c whi w' r, w(o-1 rtlkl oon-ll 'nd waltiln ifor
by Pri-ei,.ent t'levelandl: refteled nomnll tti glri' Kgllo. T ey re v(o ninpe.lled
nation as lieuteant govruor of Nr v t aw ill hrlllgh the wr'og it-#
nY trk:; :a.. .ll afl an .i t t l ...or0 at4l 1t i- m i o Z t ri t. focil later
Yitrk: tecl oma.i+tt; ll'ti ll3 Lo lclia .nlltl intend for
-- e n .int r n iif:. nn i rr if eigarBe In lirooklyn.
IS. fT l in winter wra llppolnte I'he tly s lhe It-atf it which thetr iis
jG(iger I lc ettt ilprmp' cLorL : b 15 pouIndi. It $4it potilll' TWo other
Gvirn. tirl, r u l treiuka which ec ain y thea inelo iteam-
iflrtI Alllcolt d tJltliilo tit newly r cwrt ioinitd .et con.ain 187 pliulind
forceols aeci i .It le sn otr Ilie e aolrt ,.-c e Sinultran laf!. ) oif tho prlonners
1ap Tha l nr a ul tlvd and itav) revealed the secret of
189. -This ect.irl swet a llulve d and the h13il4,
at rqctuist oif f liistllr .JtiSlge Parkr
wA >ppolint-dl a jludgeo tfthh t ltrAdi. FACC VITAL OUESTION.
vishin of .lce' appo'llate cour, tio fill
vioaOry c a pci"l lhy Itlneos of l ,hiltd Two Knisis Cities to Take Measure.

ISl7--clp'tc''l chit-hf JuldKge of the? Aiainat Floods.
oourt trf aipsll-A by c9t.ti0o majority Kin .' r' Kans.., Jly 13,--Thli
.i '... ..-.. -.i .rii t*'*". ,;-- of (i aSlrl ua t litoodst
PARKER CONGRATULATED., f)th' I,'% tilliy has brought thit
l t c itkl,. KaeInlt (ty Mo, and Kan.
Telegrams Continue to Pour In *en I'aty. Kiiln., face lo fareo with lti,
Deemocratic Nominee. vital importance of iprtoidin a-prae-
opllus. K. Y.. ,utly 1:1 .- ''71egrain ttdial ptlan itr t i thte btt1l rent of the
of ccl(raiglations contlnua to pour .Mitailio'll :r,'.
in tupoti Jilgi,' I'arker. Jullgo (leorrg Th.ii tonellii'l fi, Kaneas 4l1ty. Mo,.
raI-, w.i', a.t follolwls lion tW'ashini, liia. Ia lioS-d ai reolull.ton providing thai'
triln, 1)l".: a joint -ciinfr'ne of tthe oltilils of
"'iernyrft'rc( aiulationin yiourr nilem ttl Iw c cli,11 1tll theO two statsen te
Inalliu aitu o your brave utill manly l-let at () wiith a v(w of. providing'
tel,'gra IaW w hich ciH proi et this, diatrlet
M 'ir t'rt ir lirrkioft, of Cthiclrgo. friICti cI*C ,vla f r he flxoodi. it
tehl Is n .f lie h i -rt i.flflion that the

Colonel Levetsky littervieVed. | r' "'* liit thly i. t,hngrati!ttlonvs i l'wr .1oI ci 'limli l I*I hroatl ccuiigh
Bt. P'ete.rltcr, July !',-- p n i.- a on iC .i-. r.'i1ion." l A'i I (.' i r acidl ial* rf I oniti4 .
oitlonel ig. lkly. o f .lit ,'cesi.l t - -l . .i 1.... .staf 1,1,,ii l- ; o twoi lded pro.
in an lhnlerrvltw toi laov i )tt f: f Polce ta'. e Important Arreais.
C.T T l, scwl i of thet 1 ii of te d Sto'ckl c'ti ,l. Jt I ily i .-l'l pc'jlju' ". hr Ar.erican Moent.L
ti c t t e' hh r havei l ar : .:' e t1 c l p tr ?".fl bol1 ~ i (lc il -. ,r: 411 4 -l.ooiu Ich tosi .-I
eof N'.",e Chvaiif tc lr c iti ic' 'ci lit A, i. tetti> hiul .h'ihc l- c'li ,1'(t i,. !:,(,i 'I.' IA ..i' l .'-y Cr'l.
A i;,ra' K>. ilin- 0oiui. A. to 1 Mo A. uuit and Jh, ,Trt ,w r \ < r iaySir.
nIr, t ifi ii ,th e ot li h at wh-bic h i n '' : if t .- i o,,' v -h, I h- ,iO PI O,'3 J j i pr 'iitr l f r oic
it tiet d 1 1ci .til.ertl- in goith Africa o in ll 'T ; rl ia n jet'' y 'lic c t ref '1:.-i- i e It h.,> b froill
It is a-s 4f l.rol Ithi.r r lci ied hi t r- a 'I I *a14. low. I ry, I h l hi-
,ellliapit lY' -t rcitl a I e tUi nstantlnophl. r rno l lc .otrl el ilt t II i ; l, '. If J' I ,. within twI'
. <' .ral iu t wil! i anot %k hI("I, e wR tltn a Kt ,- iJ- ,41 theat a x
a Icig liii'" is-fr.. I rteral licr.i'e t.' s 'al l i-,: Ii4) A I R roiAel h li t lt h I ' t
Ith lW l htv, i, tigt h pstih r is isranti I.
T'n to ti, i~~ic -,. c-ft--O. w a ll .fll.tll l" c1riy.'i 't ..' ,' ,r t, itf ti
01c, n .-tia ''h'i .-- heuf T u .ifl' hi t hic-lingr 'leri -h d hemr hal : +, t- *. .i a;J ttiatO> e car.
rear ricarcd ,c' e ,iu., gr'iir cp victt,' g ii .': -r
, t a nraiIppinnt:,.t,- f N?*'.\ w itlw .e ,At Wortl' l Fair
'Which ari % o' :,41> t l n v 14iort rn ) ll-'Pq llh L ;rit lf. t lui .h In Vit 4l t- n Hu rrry to St lie;.* _
than al ( ou.i' *Jul l;;cc Tti*e ^ *nal w"-'t cHrt of it'hi *' .' I' V' I hWut' watcing
. -- --....-. .. Atci'0r1K ct-foic t'llifc .ai- f itHli.tt who i ,i *t:,t -- hr a li rat rl il I
FlIRE ON 8MHIPfOARD. it l oi.''i t i n, the 'oMb 0i'rlt -t te pa, of "'i 4 eih 'sh niet 'lcri-
S vilon Aner alddre ewa, stiuade by ti' etpll n, ttr',' cc reef the cr'
setncmt Practlially Oeitroye, Whil# re ld*m A ,t thccrl i'c lEtaitrd, t oft New '-f ty *t ,' 'L' til "!t ht i ,arst
Lyi'" t ODek. r k city, and htaicer. 'ete re/'if d by 't it-" ;h. tT'T': htha .
0L 44tl phl i Jul,,j. 40 3 l stai .4: L,' Cuviier, of Akrln "04* 1 'tlt i .er: -9 tt iIist1 :



New And Inv'mious MWthod of
8muggliug Unearthi..

Notwithstandingi the Argus-Eyed ESm.
ploysa of the Oevernment, New
Methods and Devieoq for Avoiding
Customs Revenues Ail Eimployed.
New 'orli'. I.uly i ;i. 0-- l t tbho are
r.- ii thi wireliw. tolo grpih opera*
tor cls ai hRinpictl steward employed
eci (tie uif 1hc lItrwt7i traneatia
alitie-i r lctariAdl will akmnuglinti 8u
iiialra toltc'o, tlihe oustnal oliclals
claim to have unearthed new alid
liginlist itethod olof aliuuallnO di..
itoiids. s, lk,. toietoaen Anwi other aner
chaiidlse which houild pay a highl
daily 8n itugilig lin trunks. carried
as pa eongsrs libagtago., upOti which
lablis indlcatinKg that toey had bau
pricinwrly tigtilnwed and phased by the
InKpictort o Ili the iuthod.
Truntik containing the merchandise
which ithe (-'niplraiorig arranged to
anmiiglt' Into tlhe UnlItl eftatea are,
Ilnd-tr 1te n 'lwne1. siid. to havo betnB
in mec. niarked with a private mark
and pliaeid with hititndeda of other
trunkt owned by pliasaengerrs. On ar-
rival at this purl the con.huderatp~ of
the iuigglrst oen board the ship were
in a pisift? i to reach thie baggage- and
iiwnc the I trnivis of the sapcaliltm palt-
-eld ilte speria. label Indicating that an
lilispet4ctir had examlilned the contents
of thti trtunk ihd funiled althoin duti'
aile ti ere'in. l 'hlnit the t(-dtitOUa of-
hidlal' caiel acirspt. a tr tk with nilct
a l1 lew lcr thel r;miihl-tiions andti ex-

Published Twice a Week--Mondy and Thursday



Summary of h Wenter UMe 1 at,

W4alIAton. July 1.-Therwatbw
bi4res.'s weekly summary i orop oO
4ltlo Ia is follow:
U .seolaulbI 'ool weisher h ba 0
Unutd tn the state of t ti Msiwaur
valley, 1stt I#lewhree the tomperstare
ha besn favorable. Heavy rlle have
prevIei#d culitivttion of elrp sad4
ha hll really Inotred with aIrvest
Ilg In the lower Mislourt. central M1o.
alssippi ani much grari in the iholek
hbi t deln iottgtdl In Okllohoai. eKMs
Sas and Miao4url. IPOrt,! pr ot tle4
South Atlantile tatee and .. tll oM
trial Texas notd rat., ad in d th U oth-
era Pstlte dlhtrIoth, severe diotishti

Over the greater part or the ,o o*
belt has pis4eo vigolroau row;, bt
contliintsoa ralan have prtvsted a tle
Uvatiln and t much of the soapja neOw
Wtnor whelt has, sia4" sled gret
damage from conltlloU, v heavy r.tWi
In Nebraikae. KRasa, Oklaotla sadu
.Mlsourl, where the. bervOatWid iabi
was seriously damlgiid by iret. lHaui
vWa.tin wa also eaItly hlitmriK ai?
unfavorable weather e-t ot th MtW
slasippi river, Whitle prinh wtiM.
hai ntlffered Allihtly frosm r.st qjl 9t
the southern portonlsU of ,priag Wkhei
regions and It thin anud weedy is e'rtk,
evr Minnesot,
It eCommon with other 1ala0s,ilts
have suffered from excesilve moisture
In the lower Missouri valley, but *Ise
where the crop is etisUaactory.,
Cotton has growI rapidly 1 t ioimg l
out the cotton belt, eoitptlatat of too
rapid growth belnig racolved frot po6.
tionua of the central districts whrWe
the rop In suffering for rnltivatilOa.
In potiontlh of the wlettin' distrit.la
cotton iri 0 a0 i l ton inVied o cttvatioa,
a.n ,ont sh,',dklhig is riortied flt it
portionI cif Texas and South Carollna.
Ovor the greater part of Texas and la
iti .stttlrn distreits teo crop Il lai
a good iHtate of cultivlation, at4 co.m
paratively little damiage from iSetel
il reftrited,. xtept in Ttx a, where
th0e tbiill weevill are lntcirriainu aind be.
coming nxoreo Ivcircilve in the subuth
w*et-rn tountt lem.
ThitW&hef't6l4oihI4"llio ae been
highly fviramble for t to In a thrifty condition In all of the
Imnportaht tobacco statto.
In the Ohio valley gad southern
parts of the middle Atlantle states t f
prospects for apple oietlnue paprom.n
laing. A good crop of pecIes li
being gathered In the east'Noilf stItes.,
Laying has bem WreUyitty( rded. bb
ralns throughout the central valley
and middTt Atlantic states.


otoy eof Rare Jewels of Extraordlnay

New York. July 13 -Angleayr Astle
I s lowly lBiVig up Its **irets., a,
a, llorall dispatch from landto. The
catalogneo of its eonteats whei pub.
lashed will forms oot of the, it M
markable documented ever tlsued frl m
the printing pollr rtcllolta stories
writing out of local goesip which Axert
the value of the Jewels amd otbhef
treasures foup ilIn the easti millllo
stOrling maiiy be dimllsMed, but the facts
are in tlhetleteel suffleleetiy extraom
dlnary. The living room i in Afn
giewy raitle Laro urniilhed in maiinne
that Is 'alniflcently. xtravaaint. Ac'
cording to tihe lattt eomputfiUoa. toeo
Jewell, that have been diacolered an
xpmle t to rpalliz. It aauetlon from
$10O.uti* to $10,,o09.
'Thq approximnate value of' h.r tfurnt-
turp ashd olher irtliolpe, apart from tthe
Jewt I, will be sonimlthling lke $t0t0,00.
Tho result if the convfrenec of a com'
mittee of litinwcetion is that there l !
now tevry prop_'et that the aIttair.of
tlcth mnrqiui, rtll wit corne before the
batnkrucitry riert. The ttabliiltle at
priwi atn' ra'i re: soare atitl Sl,:2&t.
01. iSu it 1? 4 lwileved that utnder the
preitol'rd lu,' l 't if ai~, ument the cred.
hitsr will rc'ioili their hutcicy In full
.plue 4 M'r ront fntrtt withfi, nlni
yFtears, i rli' c hti nh i utr .lirt lii lti',l

* The .idev of *?tigaw<4 has lteei
agreii .oto by a ;arers* muter of tile
credtl'or. ithllttthlg tbree eoMiutWbtttl
SWer'ilt,rs. Sih' hsve elaitm tor tM>it
I2,.00.ws. a*d ecltati5 pi 1h Bt May
I jli.i i li.u ,, *. ',' 'm ',r J' : m' ''t ''

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Sliver Crash. Pure no.tiy, IB
0ut alfad o H pii gtd i
walhf was atrtmsded. ?a ayIb

ee, wi e eto Is d tat i

l l ettl et la ta, t. *
boost seatty 1e0 byara age
,The Smithslea A*t, la
ash maultiptled wit arteOlain ,,
ty dutlag the pust eaturye, *| Vg
rternayed remathabl< paehsst A
*terumarriase witbis the tggage o(
*rI-adn., hatl the faially tms a aw0
o closely laterlae! thliat the -eti r
:lhalmeat of relationship amotn bos.
of t.e members I a very per fsteal
problem. .e
ycsid wes provided n atieadaame tor
'morn than *.O00 persons. aBd two 9rase
barn4s disopursed taile tproughout
'etaiy. One of the Bltith cam* *'I
Che sa'ifro ttHoeutuiti.. gge aeti
traciojed ,from pnorTda Ion artl '
ttcitfle.'" : tx gecralloip *i
mubtl at the g, theri ,,'
S' Ieports Are P-isr,4- ,.
.Rome, July. l-At the Jptass* **
atilon hIre It wai IMUBse tii tU
there is no truth th regpet b'
icked la ithe ltited SttSt*h ta: :i)(S
had protesetd to Italy agalsat the
trantaferlrnag ut f"'It fl Mt0l.the
lia*ltan minitlr at 'tit*, to t. Peter'
ug., for his prsiJpiieeM atutad tOs
the' contrary, the ItalIun aeveratest
heonsutred on (be a 4et Wlllith te o
eipclpst at Tok4t,,la t w i p rlied thss
baitd to objectitt tmo t lhe Itf
*Ot aiptor ,!elegart to th "B5l



0 1p;





I ellft nt eiw
kiteVa tleelot-il,

SMIgaM ,f hae ,the
toaey btos tdy

Whllktall. Tit*N le

kalth to~te wa' adv
Sk but tr asohpe Stat.
Sma.ad b fall to1
e me d IinA

A. M
SWsi4pity d!ire Ab

i Setio bte maled
At Rowklant mlaIne .pt
t harsg eaap*ets tohs
thu fsome olpe at Rot
e wtlt s the gups th

qaskedlag Isis letter to his
s toklsan. "l *anln. nit

S TV .O IN18VXI44 $4N: JUI 14., 19041
......... .. : ... .. .


t Why Wiard Oil tands T. IwtB s iofsNew Crop H as
S lone a the bet paiBl l d t AJacbu.

Y s enown.

413 nI the u 4 eiis

..4 3lArV aSkill oirat.
IKiV .fro1 m U01011

a4 th ico tr sent Oy,
thousands f atef
Jpe T e whO have been
san pm reliev44 from suffering
ls! sOnd atrlled of paalfn
S" iments by the u0 e ..of
glnl Wiard Oil.
,'aglwt. ,est o, "
Ri lla4iil e9 o its e141.,
i.# ,, Tle 5 ele4 i4led.,

toll i, Is," Wr ,^
5. tIre 'tiq.t led stethk Ir
sm Coiiti s i tld, ,Ias caure
1 wt tood and IltVr Pill.
ia seinat orad.the ..

* M lo 6tes wAvia of Wet Virginia Well
$t1s AsqMainwd Withh i. M..6iQrahnag.
vIl w *Jt y b tnhlnassl1g to remdehr of
~on the Bss to hanow that Ho. Henry 0.
.. SD of Wst Vlrgtiaa, for maey
r4 I taiWed Statae e*Iatpr and Dela-
etlio aiolanee for vileplesident of
wtba llteld Seat.., is a eloe. personal
t .rieofr Ja. l. oI trtham ,of thl, eity,
!' lfilmu4po ln.a r tw oeeiaeloni baa
1. lidl Mir. Grnham at hls home here.
egngtor Davis is a Sue genuleman
SteAnd an enellent business man," re.
111 ared Mr. Oraham. "aind thoe Dess.
f pmrayle party wia wlein atmakingthe
deM isMtlois., I am ; urprlisd that he hadl
i M t e n 'ominated for the poiltion
P '"IIf elected l eonaor Davl will make
a meordl of wh!lh the party may well
fSel proud. I ami graktided that the
. 'btlld iiouh' with the eloepl.on of four
S Florda delegates were in favor nof his
II Bnow nmtnlastion."
ileely. l ote e --- 1
idvan. MI.4 Flore ce tlylst atertained in
jlo af Honor of Miss Deiand.-
I 1Swge OlyasIg July l.-Miss Florence ttlay
le atg entertained a few of her frieu4 s
S aturday afternoon at the home of
ieage. Mrs. 11. Cl.Jtt. In honor of Misr
,. R by. Danyd of (ealosevllle. who is
Iw we vrisltnber. The guests came prompt.
rellee ly a, 04i0 o'clock and the time was
Spl'.el plantly pased In playing numerous
SiltW piee, leading oak ad le cream and
R Ori listenInlg to dellghiful music, the
4 My- later being' furnished by Miiss DJ-
inatg r Land, who is a flna pianlst. Those it
l. ft Tvited l werel Misse LottIe. Annie apnd
a WBeuale Kono. Itoto, Ladie aud Maudem
In Stb Jelioat, Lila ltarrleon. Martle Chan*
ofj berlin, Clara UclOway, Utna and 1Uer.
a ` tMos ube0lerg Qlinucy, Hattit ad
bml^ Mrsth ISglish. Addle Riohardeio,
flitnn 8tale8 tpmui, Eminma and Salliai Jon-
uf khlo ad ire. J."V t.,lh-inberl ln
t i' With'inany eipressions of a pletAent
y ot6 oon th Iir bade hir holt
I(aR t good.b*. about 0:90 o'clok. A.l ex-
elation Preed a delsre to ace Miss Ruby in
Sour anmidt again soon.
iRead thias,
of .D Mobile, Ala., Feb. 1, tdt9.
t hie L rb I ir l. w l. t. Losui, Mo-Dear
o, he 8sir; During the paut yeat We hive
er iohe ald over twneft four dozen "Hiall'
Ore t D tlaovr for, kdne d blad.
t'ee? der titublee. and during that time
island, hare reeived noeomuplalnt. ,
Of the Yours respe(tfily ,

.M . A Ts as .W onder,

nauperooe tried. wIth
aM tbeIetLa( outiloh
s i OutliTee

' On small bottle of the T'xas Wone
d ler, Hal' $ telt Dloery,' eurem all
kldney and bladder troubles,' rnmoies
gravel. derie diabeltess. slenminal em.
aios. weak akld lamnie back'. rheum
tItm d tll irlrgulariiti. of thIe kid
dotys ide bl addet lin oth t ui and
women itsaulate' bladder troubles in
hd I tf nt sold yr dtrugit
,W slall ny at is l mionthls'. treat.-
eats. O., D ErveKtW. WHalal.ole tsaisnu.

Aereage This Staee'q is Greater Than
Latt, but OWing,. to 'on1innu4d
Drouth th Yih d Will Not Ilceid
that of .ast vr.
'Psrrtle arrTvliG in this city from
Alsehun staei lbat the action crop this
saonn will be very early, and that
Ioms of the new crop has already beas
rlluiosd. lin. Walter (r. Robinson,
manlar of she cotton pa)n imni i
lttnwso A Co.;, erloi the ta-alment
0t0it b ehrop throughout the oounty
wIll beO gnaqirel rule early. The
pliat huemade wonderful progress this
e4mon," Iatted Mr. Robinusoi, '* nd
I think I eft f so eay that the gather.
Ing of ih eCrop will begin, in early
Augei. n ly a month sooner thaa
laMs year. The line will be ready to
ico Into oersalion aboutIl the middle of
AuIet. I
"The aoroap In he cotton belt is
Somewhat larger than lat *season, but
l.do nolntolpat that the yield will
ba sy grester owing to continued
droutk, fram wbleh the plant hai seg-
frel materially during the early part
of the aeseon. the eaterpillan have
leoliaused dannms in a*ome section ,
and in the Alehtus section it is re.
ported that wormi very elmilar to the
Te0xze boll weylil injured the crop to
omear oSInt. However, the rop a
,tll, *111 be goo4. and reporteoming
tio mo ndlaMe that the girai will be
at R sd e the avSrae.
4otelshatialnhg that the erop is
eraly this year, thdre will bt consider.
able lite cotton, since a 0nii ber of
planter. deerred planting in the early
season. This latI cotton promises to
be good, as the crops hava enjoyed the
advantage of more natural irrila.
Col. Robinsono i one of the mnos
thoroughly piseld men ton the long

ttple feltton Mituion in the South,
and hia opinion Ii regardt d a authen
Ladlesof W. T. U. Held Intereatinl
Meeting Monday.
Ther was an1n interesting )lvetinu of
the Woman's Christian 'Teiprance
Uuion. held, at the roomin of Viuion
lModay llternon.
The meeting was well attediidd,. tid
a great deal of rnlritvi waiiis Int.
Ilusted. Among the principal busi.
nes was the subject or erectitg a
drinking f(ointain at ome c.nvtnient
point on theqiiuare, and Mledurnes J.
K. Flatch, teorge i. Duig and T. F.
Thomas ,were appointed a counmitlteo
to conifer with t'he Oity (ouncil annd
othierin the matter of co-operation
and assistance. The ladies began at
once the work, and Mesdames Futeh
and Doig report encouraging progress.
Brulglly Tortured.

i m

A ase eanne to light that ftr per.
sistent and uitn.orolfil torture has
perhaps never been equaled. .Joe
Oolobhik of Colusa, Cal., wrtes,: For
15 year I endured intufferable pain
from rhecutnatinm atnd iotlhilitl ri,.
l(evewl ,e thomigh I tried everything,
known. I eIan a S eIrIMs Elec.tric ait.
tern, and it'i tthe grtes. t tmiedn 11 ,in o4
earth for that trouble, A t fw hittlths
of it completely relieved amst eonred
tme." ust is good for liver ail kid-
ney troutblei and 'einrsl debility.
Only 60I. tit sHaietiots K'laranteed by
all druggist(
Accident to Young Lady.
The friends of Mi s Aunnie Po'irnell,
an emnployt of tlh, bindery department
lof the. Pepper PIubslhiti.p( unmpany,
will be' pained t ilarn that sle wats thli
viOtim of an aeeident' Tusesd.y wh 1,l
will inapaitiiat her f Ior.er' days.
IThis young ady had the itifloortun to
run s neelld 'through her' had, whi h
* may necessitatetihe atltiiplitatioli of a
singer, 'It 'i hope, however, that she1
will not becoitnpelled to tundo rgo this
Nlht Was He" Terror,
Wiouild ciiugth early all night
long," write Mrs. Chac. bAppligM~bt
Ahlezt rii, Inli., '"alal 'oid hardly
pt say slvt'p. I1 hadd'eoii'rnpiion o
bad thai if I walked 0t a tI.,h I would
$ough, frghtfuily ands pit Itlootd, b,it
1 holleiOf l )r. Kihtg', N1W lt,)Il.o.
*y w hoiht 'iUre 'inu ao tl I 'gaine, w
... |llj-tf( wiil ai~i throat ian f ,g trouble.,'
I:lK'iiiit;i : i eia bo frete ai

1 Fos. 1 E51) '





We pay freight ." express chargeN on the
following liqul,)rs:
LEWIS 1866, Away Above Everything in the:Whisky Line:

4 full quarts ...............
1 2 full quarts ................

BLUM'S MONOGRAM, 10 Years Old:
4 full quarts .... . .. .. ...
1? fall quarts ........ ... .

4 full quarts . .. . ..
o full quarts .........
1 full quarts ... ........

S. 1, 75

. 4 :o
. 1' on)(

. . . 4 i
. . . tO

4 full quarts . . . . .... . .
'( full quarts ............4 00
iv2 full qu:iart ..................

We handle everything in the liquor line, are
agents for Pabst Milwaukee and Jung's Beers.
Whiskies. (ins, lhm4s from 1.50 to 5.00 per gal.
Oalifornik Wine from 1.oo to I'.5 liper gal. Im.
ported Wines of all descriptions.


aPre SodA Water, all Flra rs, Ginger Ale, Root a9 d Birch Beer, Cider, Etc.

"We'lb.er'B izrh Neeed. of.


Seix:d. Yo-Wu.x OQ c-tLexs "to .


-l~f thl<(io(sd l)m'Dnt '11it.
lye Whiskey: Corn Whlskeyl

Q ueen C ty ..... .,

(G ilt Edge ....... E, (I ,

OverO . 4 o Laurel Vlly ..



S....... ... 4 4I -. V .I W I S .



0 "s'ox401

Idl~.ll~n;:Pti~a st:



Oin Hs ndred and Eleven Cars
Shipped from Gainesville.

GoorgIs and Carolina Cantaloupes
Have nean Movibng, bud Weatllr Has
Bson Unfavorable and the Crop Will
be Away Short rot) L.ast Yeatr,
Theli' IIiuvemenit of elraitonil froi
thlit' aiut- ivill i dstiritei fOrk the eO i>'i
Just eloshii 4 thi lartgel ti nlid liu l
proitlatile than for nil ay yetrl, if thee
itord .f tlifle frigerator oar people li
to te ino iithrixty, anld they are uetuil-
ly correct.
J. P. Kennedy, hm Oilever iageit of
the Arnimour Car luv!ee, who hase need
his headquartre rI iuainvelrle thi
seiaiui andl looked after tli (ianhio-
ville liilles. states that4i 1e yield,
thi iseon hsli belin iergel r llthan flor
niciiy jiorir. II. tal e thiet the ,hilP-
metitI have bleeni large anid thel returned
Tle're hlia teeni shiilped thisi ieOIIn

of calltaloupies olie heueidred is d
eleeven cars, scventy-six of which weire
sent by Seaboard Air In.te, while their.
ty.-ive went by Atlantic C(oa t lJ.ie.
All hliipllnteiit via thle Arinulir (Car
icie0pt were eol>eigited to asterii mar.-
"'fhoshipltent of caitaloupes frint
the U(ainesvilli' distriei will bhe tihehn id
by the end o( the week," runarked
Mr. Kenotedy. "The niumovement from
this ieotio I.i really over now, but wei
will probably get fifteen earloads bo.
ure hlie week i. out, wheia tie ship.
ping will be absolutely closed.
"The shipments from| i.tlte in (ler.-
ia aind North and Iouith Canriliia
have heti moving for the past ieu
days," continued Mr, Ketnnedy, "but
thk weather oteditioia have hbeun
against theoe penoplte, and then rop will
not be prolitle. The acreage ies JIs*
than lest year, andi feel siure that the'
field will' not lie nicuoh more ithal Imi l
a crop. The droiith lhis l'layred havore
with the Georgia tud Carolina grow.
eor, wIth thie result that they may
onatei out loser."
September Examination.
Bepartnient of Educatioa. State of
lnorida. Tallahasleep, Fla July
I had thoiight of easing the Seliptem.i
ber exanii nation on thle Aiani- telxs
eised in Julie, but being desiroue lie.
fore retiring fromi oufflc, of .subiti
utiting two upito-edate e'toX for two
having become somewhat antiquated,
atLd of relct'l'lZing two Huiithern aui-
thoar, one of thein an educator of
h'Jorida. I name thle texts below as -lee
basis for the Selptenilber exaiiniiatiion.
'rhote having procured or stidied Ilu
old text need not bit disconitlted siiit'
the difference ill books will not be;
IreaIt e-louglh to affect their exailinla-
tioni onl the iubijet wheoreilin hantge
ha< bt-etl Illade.
dirt hcgrraphey--llte Wd'. Word loseni
1i15 c.-ilch, by Mayiard, Merrill alid
Co., New York.
RuadiiKg-Aney standard aiuthot will
(ounposition-Ilutler's i0.'ool Egig-
lilh 715 cenlit), hy Ainerien BHook '. ,
New York or Atlaitsa.
A rithnieti-Milnet's Ilaiudard ((16
et*Ital) by Ainerican BooMk (:o.
U S Hiatory-Field's tirainar
$chul (41), by .\nieteriefen ljok Co.
Florida Hiftory-(Gr'een' or Fair.
banks i15 251). by II and W. II lPrw,
Gi.ograiphy--Rerdwa-' Natural Ad.
rai -ed (1.'), by A.Inericein ltouk ('.o,
l'hiialongy-C;olemaLn'i Elenne'iici (lit
CLntls. by The Macnmillan (o., \t.
ait. .
Civil loive-ririnlei in i;l-rllia- i.l
Co., lfLad. HFla.
A slKe ra -Whito.', IA|,l t to)
An noerean Itook (,o.
hI el-o ra Nr w # $' ,
yh- SlMacicilBh(-t to.t Atleltat. '
."c'hccry olcd I'raetice-S.MeMrra.y',.
the letAl'hepd uf the liteeitation (1k,
ceelsl, bl the Mcfa%'millan t,, At.
h J 1anta. '
Thoe tHiokl n'iiay be had of nulil
blok I eselicrle in Oie Stilt'. Or fromi tlhee
tmhl'ehcer' Iy h alil postpaid oe fld.eTltd
11 price hi peofthflly. .
It e .. N.Resp $t A r.,
State. Suipt liub, Itsttruitlto.
NO Pily Shown.
-,'fi yr fltrl tt wa allter tiiel cinl-
; ii tfftiteoly d writu F..',A eihlleKe, \\-.
;* e 't "l' I' hada l Irrcirield >'aI., ol
tile in '24 teit. i o i Wlien nii
lattd ,htekhti's Arniera $Slivi euri.d
ies. tiually good for helurne alnd ,al
aiets aced Ptiicei. cly &' Iat Ali li drtg
S lt~ile .


Ofi0ers i nd I)rmtenrs of Pst
Bald ? Sealp shiny and thlnP Year Have Been R.illected.
Thon It's probably too late.
You neglected dandruff, If eUINSS OF ROAD 0 GOOD
you had only taken our ad.
vice, you would have eured Great Deal of Indeblednesi> Hasi Beeic
Paid Off its thee Plst Yecr, and
Prospects are Looking Bright for
Hair Vigor
A U U A tha ROAd. ..
the dandruff, saved your hair, TI'|e ioard of diretors and of.lee'r (it
and. added much to It. If .10 uaiievi, sii. la d u ir iI held aln lW.
not entirely bald, now Is your tercinil mlnii .to I nfl ths tif opportunity. Improve it. etueiiiliaiy rue'dayi fterioe. when flth
1 be"le A ,erlrlqfiIwrrr. reer: oliloer* for the isullg etar wore
fy onF r' 1i 1 h elected as follows:
=1 l3.NA gg -irb r% Delle.vll, Il h e.r iralliilIVred. ililt.1 J.l alrri,
*A K kI #tr 116. 1e10010, A 11.,
471t i 1 a 4111 ieeriw1fesidumit; W. W.HIam o))|II, *i*f
iti for Ti "Mai. u nitd viee-prepidept., oeirltaray duld leni
OT* rcounse l; II1 K. Taylor. treasurer;
O O air eltur, W. C. .Show. &laein., (i.,.
J. M JIohnison oft Molaon,(a J. I.
.... .. firahruim nand W. W I mllnpion ofi
(i eillsville..I..J. li alr- id J. II. W iot.
MEETING BOARD OF GOVERNORS khise of Mlceullpy. and, Lee Urali.hnn of
Arrangemeents Will be Made to Adver- iletwie s bvilr,
is sGaiQnrivillhe Coming Winter. aif.etdI l lth mating, ad tlu
Ali iitereltlii iieieting oif i hei lord preiwnt elxpresoed perfect satisfaction
of Rt fV.rli(rs oet( t liUiihiesi vlle leihrd over the miniiiageneeut of Ihe. road.
of TrAde was hold le the touninel hiiiiii.e rihere will be no chlligei( li( tIhe mttan
hebr c.h ld y ifteriiiu(i. agemnienta (apt. 1,. K. Iarker iltrliii
There was i foll board preisen, land ilg I golelelrli upectrntendoeit alid YW.
a great dval oif interitt we0 nitii6ilfoe0 Ft. Ilank s asiditor.
ed it shei various hlusiness pliropositions The reliort of lth direators showed
which were bro right t.efor.e thle board. tiec road In good condition fltanlinally.
The tIrinloipcl proelositioun weflthe Uat- alnd operating oei a solid ninanelal be.
tsr of l edrveriinilc>g (hlhicerillle tifore i.x A grealtdeal of the lindlbtedniewa
the wiorhil cihe Ijriit.ipali nterior eity of the road has been relieved ad thoe
of hlorldil, with ithe re..uli tliht h i uon lreetour believe that It Inothl#or year
traettl wl niade witlii (hltilei l)viedi of it l [iroerley will be paying a head.
the Jacksonville Ihureali of enfornic. i s- lce dcvidend.
tiol, .Thee bureau agree' i it kep EMPIROR'S SECOND JOURNEY.
Gainesillie hin proninliite-,. ut well a,
dowote a page i **"Travelr' Mlianual He Visit south Ruutsel to Spld D
of Florida" for the esoun,". parting Troops.
Literaturi* of great inletrest in behalf Moamlow. July 1.-Tihe eniperor's
oft isi Nletiou will liidistriboited re- E- conll juourne.y o s9 tulth Rusls to
ularly through the bureau of infornia- speed thel1. diieprtlng troop. has thus
tion. Aind will 1it 1doulbt be' lthei meanie ir been Atllndeid liy demilonstriatlons
of iciduciing considerable immigratloin uiniilir to thoie madto during his first
here, tour.
No lands in the Unileil Stte ts are At Kolonna. after holding, a review,
inuor fertile r iore i adapted to farme- the emii|err atdllredsced the trIroops,. elo-
iig tid trucking than the rich lam- pvc-rei I he Ilia usHuriatne hat thyr would
Inmotk latlid of Alichula collntyl, aan mint the oti linir of the iteiaslan,
(ooinor hite world diaoetivrrs this the art An ttutii ,.-vo Cee'n thillow-
heteter it will be forall concerned It "I T 'lln e"r'ri', whloi wea ns thosli lolekingK for frnmiKng lands in rI I aloft an thon and the offiera
Florida do hot btecomueo pvted it will and 'n i tank to t theIr kne-e. while
surely elut be ( ee fill of the (Gaiines. ll!A nij'sy made thoe ign of the
ville llard of Trade. i'1>ee ak4ll'h the Ilikn above their howod
I tcauui and cour< ,'rest a i ieol>li..la of
l| Nrt eedte heclcef and l the Start m H erbSari A *iltrTieLy oe f Workine ii lrun ii eeochaent.
F'ortuine n ;Ini t IN(.<,.OI.l : SKAi. tlnd I t C works. tlirtt gh their h spoit. nman,
S en'% l. i ill i l tl h Lh ile ui ,dle l I .ilt. I.l, ad, ddr i rthe ", ielrlor I husei
trown dili bcdti throitihot iio, '..s Aliiel-
it retimly iciirketant.' lde tiand re. trii-,r h,. l .itite l.i tl, F'athe.r: \WV' Oire happy tol
Ice your iine'ee tie t rio w lioi ii lu *ii f dollar',
wotiiet t rt'l i cia c ul 'ieei. relii hi flle. te'' you Ittk- sce~'lh a p.ru ncpl titIre-lt
J1 i dni e. Ute4i i ;I, 1.elee 1 0titi it t I t lla.i rfnr s we wi e w 'orkingneeon
t I I l t, % i. Jvi ..>i.i ?. 1 .2,1 ier e i e la i to ,nter the ranks and ihe-t
...... ...... A K ier oy to itmnpe.iror and the'
NEWS FROM LAKE VIEW. tnherlanil. (;rictu.sly ac<.eit breed
-- a..ed ha on beiihalf of your loyal cillb
Two Enjolable Picnic Outings-News jectt chi' w, rilt niuen.'
of a Personal Nature.
lake View. July 12---We are having DEATH OF A GOOD MAN.
ioiile dry 'wether i elow. Cr1,h| ire ....
hiadyec iineed of rain. Robert Guy. One pf Alachua', Old
ihinte a crowd fruin hlere toti in the Ctzens. Passes Away.
Fourth at Uisiinesvill'.. All report is Aeliehuia, Juiy 12.-Mr. Robert Ouy.
hil tinte-. e- o.f uitr l i.'ti eilttens.t died Sunday
I 1'. Pautiliixg, who has lien, ice an a e eioritRfiti n hi i seventy-seveinth year
'visit to his duliilhter iiill lli Spriiigr skaid wae bIried in the Newhienevillh
rtttairied Tu'loiyuy, lIrinKing with himcee-intveryl Monday., Iev W. C. Fueter
his, grncildaiuglhteri little Miis Iullal oHleftl it ,
io Rv. WW. C. Fistrir slid family will
'ndhton lhevte for t hilt old honiu it i' VirginIa
.1. urner spent Friday and Wednii-eday filn a nix weeks' vacation.
Saturday at Iteddick, the giKuent of old
fried elds .t i lt -
cvotral f our ,upip tk en li,, A petite
party givi-c by SiMr atoel Mr s I., t |r- ww
Turner in houir of their daightiie-r MeanSi loIs of vitality, vigor
'l"l .":.r ..Qh !h..d or ton ,wnd otan a p
Ilanihy .1 II -Ildick were, inic ,irehi-k. Cli- SC' ,..i prStrati Ick-
i,.irh,..i ,, ei,-deedy r.'ceewic; hid se." ness. Th1is vhy it Is
-i'"l''"l"ce serioi... .'he liest thing
M.-, \:,:,.;'le.;,er, r t-ie-cl co i cto t th
lhi.,c.cct .\,tlhil.tn .n b<-r tirtheuly. at'. a!L'.atliVO Mi4 tOaic
S,, : ';" ,,,,', ,,,- ,,,,,, a. e one Hoo S
ci h1 1 S eie le ruler cin l n$ haslcy r-i'erci i.
.e r. HInuer acd Clark ,, i o.,,,. W ich ly eCUred thou nd.S
iiltr ydc tllg ai itf I i l> li to werlt Iii ii i .. i-.d..
die'wck. for I ellli ... l llA Ll (.. MIi lT
SiMr- I. I li'delltluilo i'K ci a e I e l 'r t r, S *I, Hrll.l'i~lr T. I
'T h 1 i i g i, t l ilth lh ait'l li iH't Hiyi, t y X' . . .. . -- l 6
itlate of i l, i ihith ry ea i hi t if th t XXX .... .. t)
wei i uii t e a i u c is Tii',re' weirte It tol M dal ,. .. ... .. S Io

Kre.-t enye eiiii'eoi 1' there. lTh. iluieir ,lid tlaiker . ..... 5i
t as cer il iii lee i r ,uch. 1 i t tet I; 6 1hi).l ,. .al . . .1 . ... I s iX
t,iMtilt. ( tlc dtf.Ok*ttui tiltl i t !' 1,t r) Iv' tr 'e W lilkity h r 4 l 1 to 8 (.a '
tielii ttI tl t lul md It i' i ,i t'itf 'CKo l dn 'ili .. I t!ies. E tra
ticle'i |lee f li'r tti -r el(, i u. y lit eteico eiiet lit at iwIIC e i ri teee Exita
.4idnij d er lat chri ,|tiiio charge- foer jaHI.'c '.,.Ktgal le"Ut l-gal-,
'.1 t rf ri'i r,wf AI I,'''ti t lir te'; i l"l,.,'* W wi.. ilt allow price
Iti r p i n hlt s l cwi1fc'.r 'd t t w .urk c vharKie for Jihg reeurli-tl to ut.
t.,I /r \ 1't, da i thoteld et deis'r,,. 1.' hl-w mtu

hree Tis he
Value of AnyOth

One-Third asier
On.eThir'4 F't

TI, only iewIln Machihne this dos
0 no4t 1ll In sOu Mpoint.
l mlake lI ti lghtesit rttlining liaein.
t lo a world.
* epd. im t eor abu.rei an4dMp .

A1i ana .. .. .."

U~n drliib uUl^

If'r M&it

w -v u9' Iwo Sa1
who cinnol( co31Leto to. t1i
city when in l tied of
Clothes wi. l ke it H .,
laity of hitting you at your
homnt. Wte Otrvy tha ft.
nert inlaki of Clothing,
Hat,. Furnishin$ a t d
Underwear, and no uitt,
tor what your 'iza' i,
stolit slii or ehort,

We Can Fit You,


For: Lad16
whodo not'fU d it
venlent to "oii.to
oity, we miake bu-e ky
;e"y taok by ndl

atyle3 of garmIinB t
leot tizo:w,'W .*i^

IsI Oair S~'Rim

c oep ba Id.-*', .i] w.^^^'fs,;'t^

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"AdVrtise-t .lTo 8unl$ ,

Sash, Weights Cord, Harn.re

E. X. lACED, Pocritcr

Summer Normal.

The Orange Springs Normal and
Commercial Institute
Will op> anl Junoe 13 fur the> tfihil *a,-
ce i'ui l Olllnnifr ternil. Eicellie f lad-
ViAntagKe. Expvnwse light and fr'e tiee
of thie fanmtue dulphutr (prinrl. If in-
toriKted laddresit J.l H. BRI NS(N,
orin lpAl. tilloiviltv, L I,. MPRK*.
r()rn u t~Sprioge, Fla,

Ord er Your
Whiskies I? roii t


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Ifl t131 f i' .Mlr l e'i.i(, ll e I .' 4 ;tIar
4 Ifl? l! i ll irt. ' ft N, i e '4rf 'N', t i l
flui j ;lldit I ffHtrt- a O (l 'X t (o fv f , 4 0
All gci"kll. iaekctl il ite3t, bo1)X., !
0l4I '. I wei< your, luliltdy buitimt
ltd Will trest you riahtf, Hend wie yOUr
order fr ot lrilil )t hlillioi t k,' .. '
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nui t ,1 0os loft
i ii4 Vmlll llt 0 i4
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p I .h se ats a o*t*e it ( *


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.Wa ltlte al

Mwf, tOl pretetOe
k 4it r pobl, ak a
t the alhis, ir
la e wroi' ,. J'mi

to iI ne g th f tol
-t Ofn atwiehai i
tb a blnele tho t tow

t ,a aolna a nd Cbn
l Improve g.
l lkt liwl. he, JlAt
- 4*I! e the ,tbttrbo
-itW titiUn boyrer b
Zthe *tta. l the lowt
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a It hund e@d
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SLemnon Hot Drops
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i .' #t tvIildged. Relvitutan t o Roed In tUs
' ;, At 8 Attry~kl ,WhetivtHd h"u- 1
| l (rt ( tpreat e w ti hv [ con lt ttd Haturday
) pp e u*OlWUX thle bt rai thing daowe was tih
b lk i f tHtiptltoly l otf n, privlla dl resolutlasii
0000r4lter, Of a, PItlaten1 sad shei
|- - g* t intittt < wat w rit4' t tLre wai
a P f* :Jt *iNO W tot el hu 4 t fFR'i ; .* o
i "e, r e~ilon", wausI monratIulUo0i
as 't oo. omtlatlti, ,hr Alton,' -'0; lt er.
tar|,j? %It* l'.l" troefthel744 lt slt
"Oc Asia", 01 | t*0i 'l iitjo0 iTel$oe

H ^f.Hiiugi.Onf ithe.r01! and the ret!'
i- r Oi'ttlte Jorlui! were 4i.t1,oined wIti
4 Mr.< m,'lMter' aroa "to hil fel aoid

KR. I tSpeae (W dea0le to have read
Sr B1' U^ ; J tt / St i 14
Ilka5 4.* ad it ww 8 f01low:

pb, t. oovatvielTaet this Uthe 'reateal
e1atwy soI1 t4e Wild1, that the' hpeMoA
-Stle ps tI y of tihe iaitoha Datoi(at
,4 ia at alsatam t ,ptatetmam'n 4n4 larit,
Alit 0 .r110, Ppike, of the Egmpire
at i, t fw pr.ealdent of
,! t', bit l ;t'States." ,
ir I .Whan Pa rkr'at name w'as lneitlonied
SAdi, meIber orf te hoaei tmmedalltoe
iF ilke liptO lotid oestrtrpi which did

q I oti tiVo WMa tilheO pisend by
Thiipelil Orlder of bsilness of Sati
re, ttoU td it thbe hwmBia was the
1i Mlrationa of sa.tp bills tor he
ii Sirat apd seir d reAdtt 'Ad the pi. 5
age of local house bill
OI of the qluit Intereatlnl hills In-
I troducod at- this maeslon of the goner.
L 411- .4,- "ei'iBhltlB--.irhat"-at' 'M-;:,.Tlii;-"Mi
Du aff!. to Incorporate asl Inlteniattt
life lfuritumera company. As rtolla
6w, tbh B*70 of the conatiliotion prohlblits th
fflSffiiffefe N1 as knathly trasit granting char
t*s to .lifte io lnHailralnt empanlti, the
d lll ia it thet nature of a esaeral law:
1 l it 1al omvpnanti* oralnirad tiller Ihte
presentt lawa of this statG and .ftreign
S Opalle ihi ltni buslInesil herare r
M *ATH. epeeitaly eirapt from ieti operaft'o1 O
tlh 4law.
I P1Ft 1lte wri company incorporatfld inlulet
thl law nust ,haie an original fully
04 t pld ah capital of $IlO*it0,040. .AlP
lu$, IhYtIDt Itfyldeads on th capital ntock are d
0i0l0, k.te 01' 0: fl tortW 0 years. Itl autliorls..
I life, Ad41101 I1 ltA,- omeo of tht capittil Atockit frni
tt, restallj the saomiulanllolu of the slninkttli fiti
o v,'t En to 4.00.tA0. 1Provllahi Ii also mrd4
ted hIto a tir the n etirmenato of t.* stock fron"
lift tt the A aicumtultaUons of the alakln. fuild,
ylrds S bit no stock bhal ever be retllre
w"hltc would larev mich hind leai thoa
M who a a $.t000 Oft.

p, but wo
0A4* JhltkP.
. wa. low-

tfi il1.5--

d t wapr
lid..;,:i il

eforre some
0t pnrtoint

Otiro y 4fy
NO0ral d lta

Hita, *lt
i*U can at'

LI.tter Rleated Officeor and Fatal
ight Oteurred. ,
Albtquerque, N; M., July 1i,-A.
Posse, "heiadd4 by ,tntelr Sheriff IR
Ntwehtoir, :ha. i ane to ufAll PrdIlas
10 miles it~ih ,at hfra ".oerpa a mt(it
hia ihral?,te allied attlen thilevs .aur
rO1thdrI a lio a hous teat on, lynch ing
thom. 1' hlA thret nImm Wa tr* r'rogntI e
.1 )eputyt Caiantaltt ioatph 1adatlt,
of 1 Padtlaw ofn theo treatt' in'1 the
latter pIkee 'and he prtiocedd to ar
,t them ... ,
A ritnailting ight In theo attet Oenemlal
Oltd oi the atilleid banditsl was WaiiAld
'd Sit Pautili was shot it-veral tim'ui
a ils Maipt inhetani(ly kill d The purt
i.e4d ane'. then. et'lnaredl at hostile ratu
thn owners out andl barred thbt doAtor
SA 'mob lof A*vtbral hon-dret p"Ropil
S'irlU fidtSd the h dtlttOf and then the
tostiohilgor's wihot t on A t br Alb qiuotrqit
to Ohtify the fl icters lefIt thb pla
a'btihlt te',iAty, bitg a xttaa ed hbetwoeei
hei li' Hlatit 'I i M li tbiora

* A U ,o The 4.k < tt "
Ya r. a It th ,it al Voa. t Wi Not htho
t40 Wr0i1 iA Wi ll ha.t.r i la iut p .ti ar'
Of,# it l iti 4" i 1141it 00 .a r t* rata 1 i t to

, iyi it. dsrdi a'4sty WaiI omtvM$y NI ?il i l l a> > v llitr a
IARI b ~mi, a ltit '"Tillat ot ttita W ai toa i41 -1ataalWtatti t,1'4

Pearea of Alsots uof ths l H. 004. or 4 1;4041.
,I M P Ut ( tlt w'ta i(l ,la r .li t1a at l tlitlo o itht,

.lr.t W i it VI Y ly coduc ts 4i i. tlittutt a th V' aitOl'a t .ar,t tt
teMt ivA )er (s is IMe I a ,ut ALat. It iit IH "a.u b l -, Miit bl. l lmfry., V4al ilersmt (o a
Yi lPry ootiinIt oiV r ti W ill NoS ,O ly( eIl or or ve h omi i to talitt iralW ttaim-
.1k i*iu.o S ilne o t tp iu lorltd ta o Intati tb I lolu totlt iei<> i ,'tl'

lite oou 'rpfor b 'Will boi3inei l a er ara. i t rir c it t aili tuo'i rro." ,
t~Ih rabu It ~l t a rati a r 5 lat' lr l..Ii a' oMondrtllai t Ai tAlilt Jig) i 'Ill bit."

'aiblyan e prKaprl, ar1t1teVl ll6 ,tta ,ii rla h t ( iitt) f

than for matny year.. Itti t t i l talWOIlIt N 1atta t irr.

liid will keep it up l uiil late isl thl u i iinh. NN, o it litr e "4lte Itf i' pt
g sont." Mr. laeare ad. "tThe o i Itto at t a t
Ihli year will i uh ,hearer ha r io ntre (hi atihh iol lhrt 7
laMr.essani. T h weather at ijal linnduntlt x. ta i ri e ti Sl tai itll. at,. Ilaillier,
hbo. bu. i ito.de ailntd altoietler wa ex. N r eW. VNIttN t I'AiN.
"Tho repr i l o oarttth e ftalrillear ai.i ltr !Jtf .l tA't Anat a Ml a siii. tf.ls.eia ttat'.

boll w vil hae (nerf ib ll f loor map n f vt ltrh. wi l 4' %itt l wi litta tiil.e Jtae f t o .'atllt. tataits
e w ills, bivi. ls th eiis'ur a it l itta I lll a'1lth e a let Iair taat Ira aa lat
$ hiot lett r0i0 o th eit .htl i 11 1, iA. a.a. tttu i if".attr, n t ,ate f r iitt.,

diuthI, d thI411 wilt not het Il t4i0ant1 N Im iu t 'iMlltA to ht
ut? back nltul g t io amount t.i. Na) 1.iNl.t, r0i, t t t a i.toilatOi U a a.t'loiw.," wl.
ssat w illtISOaInathaearler no V 0htIsnt
Wrop e o ir ht ihit ibi' rV, aitid S ea with ei l ta' ist.laoi tt tonae>it h a ntl'toirit'r-ta
04 14 1 t ti t t t .l i 'I ill(rt ll A iAt m totithev aisit
POOg hist-1a`0 0 Ift l a. i l|ir ilt I( |ut ile tl rlt it lit-t

a p" Ti ttil a llaltt i 'tt i l attT tat lt twlast
il. *.1 will be utt uhr: uib i fe ir ihj tatf taitoe aw ; '. I111. Tawlatat > N..tiaI hit0Klt.
R0 e lltt Sop. fl S..i atuWl wrllr tltai itrata n tU M lari-

|ear's* ...li. h w ,.lh .. iU ttal ,w la tlittra auilatala iili ltl
40000tI4t'i'u'r tatwat th eui (tat attltrurtto tlmi.a toritiet.
Eii r l hqi esik1ak1 -a In uador. 0hei twt-aiuii, i lh tt., IP t lali htil eoiiia t ai at e, i ti l rar

othllr tot aa i i lln the repHihit)a. r iU t'lnep ''i, I. ttt
O red of eeitching Ples, ta Isa t as. lo ttot.r a

is rollartAl had itlt trti lya y itTtwoe iti t t. tit i a .h l r. t l hltea i tla. l Ai
blegd with itairti lt t fhsot a etnetal Noti. e lit herl ,A n oH.i lt llit tM< .le
SOWNt4 11406141t l 1 h n aa til llt i alti.tlaalta.>t.r

ey#5. > iand tried ilanly so rl td ilye WitO 't r lwr ehires w itou rl ief. t i t lh l l'a not 0i t0 Wf-le nilu n laO.llat I t, ,ra. rilai t te it-

ly tired by ttr Sa it Ia ti pa.3 mar a ao d 'lse u tLan daritt a1Y lot
-. O f t t + tu w tu I r a0t j t aite al tt' 4t r ai c It t t l a i t' a i t

best ure 1,t t'Ioid Pla"y ea| t.<.it Ula.in hlt e, & o i -l r t au"at ta tr i lt lii e tiatar oif 4aritiatr. iti t ,
ii, Ih rg lir f ll t uI& n <>a l .ta sldtleh (01a IM?. 41 ,r thIei t Ah n thalla ,sit l r t lhe e fa iwf
1l4 on4r* wi.l B"iboot b feIel. Iii t wo ilt o N lt. a' Io N aIit f i.M tl .inu o. tit ti aNt s No.
it ila 1r# a wili a i ill toter trlif ltal tio tiw iat ti lt ni

t l, m limr ti re taluatbil lor a l it irtir lar oitartIa
J i Wil (l r ttliLa rrhIn lao. ,iBr< 0thanr6m;i airaltrA ii .ahial, it-a.tiII ,i

.. ,la.eiii raa* ai a t lutntlnitl fitltwtlareHcntnttt ititlr a e-t
4rt*qulku6 4n ciJ drr. si I Wtlti' i .0illjiti u. I* t -j L o illlft ll.t
rA A oA r sod e as l 'rAle t1 ris.

t!+~~~~~oveitv r a~t oimIinllit lillt. v._la, onmlml as li' I ti t

SI Bplllp-viOsd I
Oh, It Makes Me Smile



i. il utlu.*tille by

iHV. KVEtVi" ui
Ft L I, LY 1i A RANT E K I),

NO it': o Fusrlst m;'T.X<. O Fr i ul-
hI tt ? Ii tiotmrat Col tIri f1 the I 'llitot .tat ,n [1 r
te lS tlfbt 0l1r 0 I tli h tatr Florl.ttalt i
.iita lr teC vo tt l e t tei r ..v l '>, t, It a
T, ) te or il tr *tar Ii l oIl>ttiit. 1 mi', of
kttrl'ta atora rmakI, at Ia.'tiraaatt
. ,o tt e llnu tk t I o i ti, a '. l.r tt ,5 'I h ,*,t ',,.ait a,
July', A ,.b. l'I4; at the l lg a atatittl b e l Citti' t
leia duI ii l nw llo tlraetl t H if ln llat l, I .*rtailtlra Witill 4 t0ihed at
(In, arftlt orf W.t' (. alme.r, r'vtl '. ti, itt n'e.

the 0 41 t e, I k It.4i0ia atr
fit" t +b +ft rpIw ` Aftt W.|hIM) M114t11Ol t

id ort lit nrk> Wir b i t. l l. rt 1 lir( -4jjjjt)
Sltl a ri l a f. f oH l 1' A i tikl' t ( i
Lrn-ta>el mfroh

tllie l ,lltia etar e titt ii\ I, 1 0 lat

i tta t tx tr It t ti'ttit i'.. t ,t tt t t
*Os. it t ai ta*ra Itba i ,nre t > ti .a .iat l a ltei.
S.lli. oii tll, iltt a t>ill f a attt.tla a R la tt t ai ,
41k tlt"i, itt'i tS Aa ttr H +' a, t
SH I'" "e n l | hl t I, I; A n M )iirtrten n,,
mii~i(tt~tt.( ( l. tr<-im a.>-m

The O6d2t Ilsky

Rouse IGoeoi

n 0

tItranltetd A years old. i, til
g illoi 8.00, 4 full quaris
412p0. J, COLUlMAN 'FVK aE
Giuaraniiled 8 yepar old. b tt
gallon $2'.7 4 Iull 4 quarl l'.
tiuairaiiltel 4 years old, Ry tlh
galloat $l2.6. 4 full |4iar. s 2lll

thtlrfltttttldt it y'li old,.B. By lh5
hlt ali $.()o. 4 full quiart

-OIl0 POINTE1 t'ON fl -'ll
(IJaarentied 4 yparsi Ild. liy ir
gallou $2, 5X. 4 full qulrtal2.74, .
EXI'REt4N I'iPlr
We' hdh Itl sill Ithialding bnl*te,
Rye and Ailrolita Vhiokkivl in the
keat anid will save youth frTils 26 it'rl
tol o tptr a iI oa O your l|iril'iei9. 1
for lirtic it noaid 'ailoahlituea. MeJl
froe upo( a pilplirtioin.
.AO5 -&O-14id tFOrUIl PTlRsu
XACON, pilORlMilA.


The Holmes Company

llEve "tabhlithed ia ooieperage> plant S1,
U(intville, and are uow r-Iady ,,
supply uianlufactiurers ( f tnval
ltires ail Otitia rs with i he
Items iritl iarr,'ie l t.i
IP market .

Thp lnmnlmp rn..'

,i;v,, W, 11 ,,iti,, i. ii,,,. ,-,. l Ii It
Ile namem w. ,e..l.. tetn Or.. I .1I I U I I U I I I I U U UUI
ot tkt Towin, Ilit., KIV. t( >i;uhibit Itihl T1r% i 'A
o hen Gainesville Florida
Aital tautl till larUton+talaat9)a i;,.tLtt.act&.....l........aa ...... ................................
* '.u b ^i t eL a rt i 'i't al i '1 tari'" T 1' r aTi a.Lr t ed t O fl l . . . .. .i ..i. ..l.e. .. .. + .' .
their tlaltu m i a this aite att tr tir a;tti i
ta T lor Sixt N l,)'Ii.IIIwill N'41NEWBERRY
NIt fr : .. a lJti n.l.A'l. t ti .ttler
i"*" a""" KnFo N Salne -Stabl ,
Ju 't t a : it t l> D n( ,i t 11 r ; i 'iii n i. I
It iJu.ni itiiiam iti, het'la tis itf i.aalttrta. r .V W. ", IBROWN. l'napriiT.

NJuo ifor the ratli O fh itt N ta le N 'i. MwIt
Tett 0hli ?Ne i od te 4 ih10%ealtl'N. *I7tSil t s 'a a, l a I 'o l r i tty
T o % Nri4i, y p l MN o PM Sl h l lu le t o 1 <'. Cl r v. i T.b

offtenr ro to It lilt etitaidth! Ila .s iti,.t iy i a itit itlt. I ill prepa. d t
rl. Atar U t I lital Jt.tt wt i t ilttla.r a )t i t ertit itthanrf T
Owrioult *l rfllpirtvellat. tate ta' 'm im a wlll.i" huit cO i t a ait li i t l y

N 131'1i t Wi ,' l Arth | r ne l . M Pil *lt n i .\ l' irf. X lw
4IWa i rllia, tat., Mt islt Ol. tt t it t t a l Fit i! i tit
(1 iaSaYkw'J, Ntaa^ t l c ta .' t rta.aii I tartiti
ol't l *a ta. ikI00. M e .tiLt t it 'iAA i I ltt l tilli t tailtl .
i fli, i i i ,. r i l i i
ofr- 'hirther. ki^. .... n _

y >el ll i rtiNi ttIlla it t tii'i t the

^wok, a it. r I t ta t> a N .'. Iletita a ta' t rtlit aa!irl a..t01 1 t
tat oa tat taithe i.ta ltal ataltatl itat at. a t'.. fraliutt ihatat hit4 .. ,-L 16trl .a a I fill
ta at' at n. 1' t (ilaso.a I )i it ItarPa t ata *a t ttl a.>I ta t. fl.n t! ila Mittat. at ,a r. *,. 'at

'ta-a. qtt T ii II t..atkill,, ,a,,I.. tq l a011 'L J '14 Z.)01".0 ,
t ah a a'tiIl, lill l4,mleliu., Jaria aita aI, It a >Il- ,+, e-it'a Iva
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Notice, or DissolutartaI
I N tIs at, a.tlt a,] h n in ilt t l t t I

aa(ii lIaaSas t (.a 0
hk ta'rl %htIl t t vai stare,. a learlei,"aa'a""
1 rl i li i il .ei,. l h s ..' , 'r t '
rt h +aK'rui.l|ipt;,1 f1i-i.r .it, n'*tx ,,' ni, i,.r, l i>t,h er ieby taa 'llt

Jiutic ial ettlli ia l i rid a a a 'a t
t ir l twi i.I fl w, tllr b, at a
SA a nd ay all hll.

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.' ~ THI~ OAINI*VILLI~ $UN: JUIA 1-1, 1004
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PARER IS NO TIFIEiD t. ."' **'1' I .. 'i. a. ..
oi s tla ti c #(1f fly $c','re4tair) Ioti -I
,l'rkl'r e r 'iitt3 oeh.rt thc of 41, ln,
S-tlI lt I \ 1,\ Iv f t hIr r11141y l f|ll i i 4
eows Is Told Him aR- He Came l "t','. it Ui ,',,n, plp tccrcct 'I
form llm Itll ],;1,! il,. H L) 1 l III i' t
From Morning SwOi. ) ,! T r.,.4t '. i,',, I ,II in -' n wnt.i ., o,
1.lis-- 4 v l pa11 t f 1 Ie, I
G40HRRV SMILE ON, RDDY FACB The I"' ', t h w1il 'i1. ,lu( in i lin ,
-. ..... ).*> i'y tic,| ,t ici ll .' a*rae.er- I :,i a:'; I
SJUdge Said that He Would *ay Noth-. r'iitlr. v t >litki rally. 'i i i .# I
ng Regarding ,Hisl Nominatilo' Un. ta rh u i 'ed.
il He Re.sive.s Formal No.tific.ton ALABAMA FURNACES,
of thie am*. ..|.0.......
tri Not lh Depression *i. T O S uff
I"otIms N. V, .tin!. 11 -The nanwd
,jliIKgI I'l'rItr'!i ltiollJiflonhlin w41 g1 Was Pis'r .d.
Bl to him alt t;:50 a. m.. loiIV by tits, lirpife'h;0itl. !n, .la y I.t 'rise atis a nd S
Ccrrv l nlloi tif ihfe A cso'ialtJd Prel. ;t i i workt I at tlo' 't1rilr(es if
wb.) tlif tl c i itllibcering ollut of Ith *I1 4I' Ii':' t la Il4l'l"l 1s ituilti
waltr uftior fol lik iri4ng rWlm inm'lllo .|in %ilt ll i I. 1 fil rso h I
"\V'iIt, ji oiw, m'.Yim'vin Wit It." i'rie i'i w' at flr. I No matter how l(
the' reinuorter aK tih l i n fdite l 'ii' t ,f 'r h'r 1 is tIo fi' n"o atoul Phanr
J Jtulg.! l'urkier atlie lircd ovter thu htow f tih *o. sI' Wtt,.t lf tlhq We* ilo li h. Cure wil help you,
ol it lJl. t, {i oii whicTll h he lad l'e 1 i Itlit 'a i' ; raht ra, hill ho1 ;(t. l clttnl. 'r'i-
4o ,f coal a i rnituc i ive in soryfe miaasi1rt
"I's tiat ?" rei'plitl It ly ;ildge, him 1'i*l i'Ih e i oiit.t lly t i ging tile It his cured many
tidIy Nf i. lrileail g ino a cheery IA ti 11 oR 'f l1It i'art with hIt e miller
si,",i tie.., a.,c, rall, et,,il WB ,l, >",,it'" "'"' m t ,,i,,tn ,trt c In t'> ctn had been thought in
gn 4 il ,t 4 l h i ,sl Irii vie- aldi ist<.li i'. 11 liv.e ithi lelt "' *li ti' t.. ttiiuti il"s'eitors. .will cure these diseai
titirrest I1n av-ry fact andl figure, at, A a ati 6 i f'ity otr ail, couiniarrine a
the .rine, Inie' rcftraliing frolm tiht' *,,ai s-i ..iu.'.r itil n td Ihti iagrre make new kidneys fTo
aligtlltet ('oillltcnttr 4il '.li "i'i, 1 1 i ,. i rticw Ihiicc gllt that alt '
Wli,,it ,,, l tf he would ray any-. 4 ?) ht 11?' d, (lot ;1c In a vry short pOsitivelv cure ever
thing on tihe mattIh r of n l li nornlisiuon, tilnted c .
S shall ay ntg hatev At World's Fai. taken in time, and e
"U o ; 11 $ iane wint. r I th ant w rhainv1 A l t, r )l,,, F t.
1U, ,h'iIo ,iiiiltitt Ion." ,nvil.ii .r ". A '"II -.' p"" ite "" and Diabctcl it alwa
It. etln4b1 e i up hit' steep bank i ; r l' "l i' r 'its o)> nc'd ti iay, thi \
l- hb e anti B orlilly recvd t"" it" 1 i'!i" "'ali "l'"i ,ln in i'" "" Rtemember when
lril.1' g fli. g 44 tho otht'r lic.'-tlaper ) Itry, l l'' e' I ll.' ixhliilts ar. ncit at ; I .'R mem e w he
whoi hbld o ,en wailing tih'rc hiiut he Ii lc*l icc, t '1rflclllhcattiot il' desltrucionnneverceasl
again d't1n4'el to ake o nycotn. e ornctiletl. dtruci. ron neVer Cea t
upo ett.to.. h -h*-.-- C r once... j.and aur
'There Its little douit that Judge Lyrchitoig at Gordo. Ala. cure at once' ad a
Fcrk r hiae been connllcltt for niany ",iitnb MIbs .lil y A ri'ngrn
'ftyi that li ecl he' *>oiniTit(t,* ""antI "ne"i, m an, 't nan "ie'e o I dp *B1 tin.,
vlillo he tf the qtait'tlon this mornlniR, It w w 'th *Iroolih tol two wlite womc. lt kidne
litain that thI atn>uriceni lt ttof the re neVgr< was taletn from the jall at (or specialist in kidney
.uitl brougiKhl hlim no. .lilrlrlAiei inolessi. del by a loAl i hliianlged.
ic rhapr, in -,oe.t' de'tall ut the Iltr raccc efore it w
Involved. Was Wasting Away.
Jtidgil Prk'er dcveit'l thf flir-t e'lw- Thle following letter from iolert I; UUr PHtI(
Urt it tho tiiv'r."iitg to r.'ui!ileg tlie! Waitt of 1.eoia lti. Mo., is n: v itrelive I T
lit. ning ItoIrce .tl lv ttiKg cluc.e aitt.- "I havo been trmublel. witl khiil"ey ldi- W YVANCTi Of Paduca
tlch tc ul' '"tfuirnt. lIe re.liled ita; ease for while last lre years. I let tlihrt of lthe best physicI
niili-c 11thY o(tiilltirc' % w)% '. v-I mit(lro flioth aitit never feli l well. Dcttire'i the took ltl'ly i'eK
te ptitcnrmn. Aftlr.irnra Ii, arte with leadlin1 plhlic irns. anid triiHl ail tll l '
lor a ril.' .it hbf!', rick iTAmr h on relmedies sluggeeled without tlie Fibottles cured me perma
IoRn Sla, wiln ril sn oiphe Ios le.ntlt nally I tried Foley's Kidnley (cire- and sUFP
f lur staff today sianld hn. anid hIlutnttlRl l hss tLt i w bttl' eolltpite'.ly eured
tp';i"ar In inireueintt lrtifstioin oil all tll' atnd I am now socnlsI anicl w~ell." SEOUR Wasi iO Mof ira.
bltt:iVr in flor miillt' \ c,'hlhratlon cd i'by .f McCoitn t (', twenty-five year and ha
Pined foruntil icl i hi, tat I i WILL GET A DRAWING. oulht a bottle of
St. l. T '! "rainsl of 4 l" > at .i lion:, h4ii\ l Ih e f le 'wii tg lett.Ier from t lhe,
bhfuin to arlvei trt'anury dl, ()rtmetu't. hhclint ,, >n-i -.-.. 'derdate ar luly h exp|li>if i Nl,: SOL" AND REI
CLEVELAND ON NOMINATION. i"Mr. R, F. 1. Hamptloni.
.........," "retary finard ooTrat n f r
ExPre.ident 84ys He I1 Abundantly' "*GOinvitlle, Florida. NIC K i S SaOfl andfO Cie
Gratified at the Result. "Sir: Ill reply to )jor letter ofJ
lvaI7aril's Hay, Mt%0 Jill 11.- Jittie i'tl relijup'istig a ii lraiintihow'- .fleks.nville. Floridlt
'ornmer PrCuhtwint ianrm r tl'via Ieid- hi e 1I 'it'edi Statt' pospltitltce huild.*
a-bo Is thei gaest, (If Ji< tih ,l affe'r iin iig at ('t rt,'s vrillh. Florida, you ttre .
was ail-visedt of tbio :ionihinatlion ,of s0d1'4 d' thitt at the' present linic' it o
Jildg Parker for pro- itl-nt as enilot ii ii drawing i available, the |cirlnli.i M olrehtlttet LliWi-t rl n 1I tio 1 'I. ll.
as hle awoko this morning. later Mr.- niary aketchleli being only lncow itn eocrsole
l< *i-1aBid aetni the ftulli.o int lit ilia iii flr raticil. Thie ocillet will. he. JBlcrirelllmay itchieter.r, all" m.
to ft*e A ae'nriate'id ress: eve'r.jpl pleaihld tio *'ompty with your i
"Mr v.' nle m Ii" W aco H, Ptl r t"er son l1raight
I lFCC ,1 t as coon as a persrpetive draw. portl
54 porter or ri'pr.',tt active aof 11cc "l l11ebfll l" 1 i
T.'ve. blit andHs 1ci following ord otn l. Ii'L ', I F
tlnl hl room tio th* A1ceint'el crsv, "'Mtieprvtisig At'ilct" l eaks, Ffth, rCihoe.tp (lhint in leapin,
-I ai in lsitlte ltigncrancei rof th' to order. Pi'oil itlliards, uowliang
ar'tien i'r tltee t i Jlet I ',conveIntinta, n, x Consumptives Need Not Despacir Alley. Ita.. il e. t
I {ti l In ti o f-ir as it has n,mln!th Mr. A n i a set al prnl oitn d iitiPl' '
Ptark r ken Iri nt l "a it ll iy pthyiciallis havee iepollt retired bly
}tl," letualt I an alhiidently gratifle4 leoy's llHoti'y alid Tar. L.M I uggie's of
ent(! I iie l~t that thu r'neinnt".n eef (I' Iteasoiterr 'twa.w ri tei: "Trie doctors WL.L E\('MHANiK IE
waotl'k of the'tconventimn will madi to tlie aiid I had coinsumiptioin anld lI giOt not
!,<'>itri'anginc lr'> s r't, it ) l c ,r5 hril cf e I lt a1il I acutit d Ft'oltycs HIlitiey atd
tc". Til Mcarl I tu 1 Tr I haipel tie right Mt the start Chicago Improved Property
t I h." l'l, "lk l' and ,ltol'ped thei ipittin lo ieiml acd
* at'Ut thu thle. It d not knJw whe pic l ln, a,, hod tli aI lotiid In le it I'le. to Eighty.
I siall havy an tliwrlinttnty t0 read atad isll, Sold by .;. IV Mc, oluhin i
hio llat *t A ttrb.i'.s t t )r.ntl.n i-rhua es cottay Irowpert sand
in aty event ali i.lh rtltli BAS AU LL. CRUSHED eKULL. Prai Above prcpert'y e s
t hat nn riethctr t'p, 'u-,,,. mt" icie -j ". pay.y t n r I an itt t Icc r 1
neay t.,',' t(.,! .ei l,...,,f I lociec. Pitcher at Potiit ofDeath Watthed by teat wt. '
t "f il I a' i',| oi f r' ':" |Ultpl eae itI Bride. a
ED bt> e 1, I.'>act la I,.. A'lntst i fe eJ l. JW B W
*' ifI Pleased with Result. et.t ..."i I 514 'L t't'l t t.eA #it. etr, Il. '
"* oi. l l, ,t i',',';'i t n> .\I ,' ,,11 tht fi i^^i ';
S'- 1thc a i t' ,c"lce'e 'i. i t 40 *" l' I c ,e i I i 4_ T
"1)1 'oer t' r I aete ;it r wi th Itt '

i* e'cl, ic t f *tl" .X tl .rntotuh ttie ll'te>ne til ,'e pitcher o0 lit
l lu- i,^^v,^..i .. ... .. ................ ldi,,, hltt<)'* I^l t'*~llil '/til |l ^ % ^ 5^r' ^

Work in uiel'oinattYI th tr c' r4 ci 'i : ,
ce, u',. ,! li'W e 'r t w.n h, Th' holiest and. mighteali 'itt l l ,h' tt 1
II. I ,,'l .i, rt 0 I tiitt ling th t ever nas iaide i r, KIll i h 'leite .' s' e 4 i O '
hl l. .'f, ,, ,, a *,,,' ,,,, nir m t ue il5Lt ewl, tll'. T*1, 'e tpltl @ti,,ut 0.l..! aW^,', i
t.ni I l' i ,.h'- .. *.. *il; lkn ftl -int 5 'tiith. li" tlp5n ._. Im pg i|M ^
31 I lnto ent ym* , hirin-e.f 1 latKo n' m ii lt t lali ITlti l


Orders From KFdne'

ladder DI~ise g

ong you have suffered, Foley$ Kld py
This we will .

cae., of Bright', Disca8 tnd Dilbl t |
curable, however we do not cla m t4
sc in advanced stages as no medical
r you, but Poley KIdney Ouwe
y case oft ine o b r
:ven in the wonrst casei of B4ight
ys gives comfort and relt *.

the kidneys are afiect.d tle

void a fatal malady.

y uCre is made from a prscriptio
diseases and was uscd for ya'ear. i
L put on the market. :

A09 TR ATio HINM wTiY a .
Ih, Ky.. writes: t had a sevelicase `of ldd. dls pe
ans in southern Kenttluky treated le without sI
v Ca.. Th Ant bottle gave Immediateu s.len tb
neatly. I gladly r.s1mmend thle wo.defi= 00 e1d
N.Y., w-ite.: 'hAd bee troubled wid tboi i
d tried e ieal physicians but revived so e 4.0 I
'. EK tilli, h Alt t uog o tw bo*tl 1 WIas ahge

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itotits of rTitle and fid l I.fonMlt ,rg4 i ge ln th4 s tM
n _utty. Oar -aaf. t0 li6$ l iI~
Is tboroo hiy eoavervsst $ith

et itrig a mnbe of prom aint Au'e aa *nd b 5i!Pegaip


FbA 111 8 VI LLE. ALOnhrA '

outr ihuslie is trictlyl egoplodl tthe vanous d*e4ld e ita ital OS'i 1
*rhip or 1nml, uand we hive t no private or personal "aB Ito Ui lal
i th thc-hivIftM.e s Wie wha speelatty of the preptralo oif
inak exh.aultive iotlae0ition of $itlet.- We rpnt > i
11mintter, ;ertaininh to thtO assies*met anfd tMate f
eImption of 'te, .ndfIf tal *ta lel Whenyou0 0a C op i pt ill
'iee in o0tr li t6 1t1i on or write ul. Notaijitubl il i .., .
: S R. COLS#N, .. ..

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t^r^cB o^ras B0

Oki .*Wtl.No I pow*
H F.> Dwo TwasQe&.'Ot.dkt"04M
I*4c1 5* 4 ut fl:(*Mi Ok,m , ssesttl 'a a., Uaiaa4,Rt^^^,*ss ;,
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.1 'Wi ge imll

g i'

piepty so 0l ^ lf h return rou

rep gm s 'ha 8e6t6o with 1 the
" A00i copl 4#t0..^ ehbiih is leo
PP 0' 1 .u*PI, *op4q frilete itp oth stls re
pond) s epti sel ad ties farman as al

g Nasi.of MrW. WaodiM. ank J hi Ool

'hs My shpetoIdiot in Hostva..,

b. e "t a000e. 1t"o iith Rilmy( Hillt
S mselt' who l. Uowas n i m hn e is

r, h Is rWip WIth remit, and was on
t r iqui.te ,6 0 iIo M>i, a re hIoe will resth
p i 0ofre few op( wit t% hoe Mof. eho
P mummer. oe.t.l hri ..es erotet ea l eeth,"
l ha i Rt l ,tehl s l f ioleA again, after

ag- aIl pWept weehe epeao ipn '4. LU "stj ak lr
WIl" b!a tu1lR wl tlreel t at the w i0nd w0 n

t.l rome..,P rletw*4 theibepaelnation a. paresides .
aI" t.lOh St d desie t ite t e h Re i telng one
l li* "great al.m," He reports a
n 1 wIaU "b delightfl tri i to the Weinern* i kl
* *Ill be f di. hIar*s Ui feet is the gre" ~s

pie erin of i dts he World ever saw,.

-Rill Peace of Mleasnopy was a vpr ll(.
Oter to thie sit ii teordly.
ho Iti wr, A. o. Mfora of High Spring wa's
Otoug the vUltorson th lls ity jeter.

,,,' 'to M. Dean, Atneavl atotes manufae
dl trrorer ttiinmgas in tlie oliy on buesl.

ig l to 0. u. e. 00 of Palmer woa in the uityi
tmws i ble call.*
I rd ity Diltdyekl and son, Abe, of
S * lamminok Ri-p were among the vii-

ila ih' daughter,
"r i rtihe C thi Wi .

W1 r0tWasta Ie.
twm10m d Oled ullvie

heWite$hads. She was sea
NO Oii1 t iM $00k

sa toMs *e,b th Uate"Shea nill
. iial t op e to ur oeif rwa I

a O Msit. eiadpll. Slhe Mt ie
lip'00oo, who d 0she wil*
h hwitb, ioMe ait. merpoa..

irea O t oe who favored

*5 0 *Aihdm W.ar te aallrm.
tlip jpa !T ie

t esatd M,, M! cii, is o aoft.

la Ism"eTilt Water'h. Then

*r~tfay w M. ForsuB or! Aluehue,
(^Hlo tp.7 I:r,:- riiia hal been
brWp lsa. ma gaged In phoaphate
alaii(s t- Wet End. bat recently
c telftdh" apoaslioa. *

W h, is J. Wd o Mic.
y LR rgr of wllkWood
ho tlwtholl, Ja~e I
>riin.~f Joetsilll' aindV.:iJ Iterlomug
f Besy wr* eaong the vtitoet* to
N1tolkis e doctors bll, .... ;
thI nrmu! pour t ehuld

jiBWA"0i 'da'ij diiet. r ov''
.....*< <* *.w~l and put
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torte so alannllyle yesterday.
W. B, Andetron of Wade, one of the
progreIlve merehlante of that plaoe,
was a bueinesirlsiltor to thil.city yes.
N. Perry of High Springs one of
the valued sbeoribern of The Hun,
,s a tih l ty yesterday and maoe
bhis dIle i agreeable, eall.
traired-One laltas.iored butt.hiaed.
J i e e p. noyB marks. ne.
wa o Itlforati4 whih will lead
to hes rever.1 0. 1I. Hodges,
Oit iron.lsad labor contract iI in
rat dAmtd among all employerI of!
;lbor. Pri oc. each for less than 6e,
Al 6 a wtunUailn-ille. ,Fla. tf
After a brief but pleasant visit to
e family in this eity 0. B. Hodges
has returned to High Springs, where
h11 is oiploped In the paint shop of
the Atlasit Coas- Line.
for Rlotpk-Cuo.olst plao ein msoun.
tains of .orth Carolina. six.room
oltage, fturnlshed. Elevation ,,406
f10. Lirge a hbady grove; no uiala-
ria or ,imoaqltoee. Trmt reasonable.
A. r. Oarte a aluda, N.a *.
N. d. Oettlit of Waldo was among
the visitors to GSineavlle y*eserday.
Mr. Petit is. now residing in Meico,
and *lame here ot a summons an.
neehoeing the iilneos of his ister at

Thad P. Bryant oful Ytlnr. member
of t eBeard of County Commislion.
en',fhnf t9at district and ene of the
Ieadinlg oisiens of the West End,
Wi, monIl, the vitstor. to tiih, eity yea-
" W d ay -
Mr. and Mro. H. F. Ilampton and
Mr, andM,. ,. Ra., Wood and :ehild
departed yeterd l for Hot 'prlngl ,
Ark., where they eipept to remain for
Uth iextt few Weeks. Friends wish
them a pleas-n visit.
Among the visltSo "t this lity i...
trrday wai Captain J. W. Carter of
Micanopy. who 14 engaged 'n eupply.e
ilg reck to tih. Inlted 8lates' g6'ern*
tenl for Jlety work at the mouth' of
the it.16 J1hn rlwver. The qoarriee are
Ioteiltod at Arrmlondo.
Among tehe lr. lto ith hlo ireall ile
leterday wa Abrahan Alien of Old
Towe, fssLaisKtt countyi. progree.
ailo. fiarmr and *toRek tilser of hat'
sectldn. Mr; Alieu: aIlo has peoustraot
rothoel deliver of a large quantity of
eedar timnbpr. firon which he Is realia.
iag habdeonsely' i.

Satwis of a few mS. NI Wnttns of Wayeroes, Ia.,
tuh' t. hMWe. (trg *$1. who lto ben vietsiog Mr. and Mrs
akftenMaerly Miss 0oe .. H. Ja.^le 1i ttle oily, o.1 ets to re,
Hof .migop,' 6oe a stuto her bons within the net day
eas .ay tbs. er. at wo. this youn lady" ha. t.ay i

: p w h s04 he wht0 rtr.s hsi de'Atew

'S I *sh s ep d

Olw yhtama nlof TSope. w t

hi)reliph h ee ben a 'h Didater n
(h* Wdihltig uta#ftin*,
Suberibr who ire inarreors would
oblige us ry mueh bp nahiNllst l'ne
di069 paOyamAI Tb. printed de onO
yoar proper *how to *heB 1ouriunb-
e*rlption hae been paid. If you ee.
no pty li, PU. pwhat yu siou, 0w1.
Usurpe (lbboss and son. 0amuel, of
Arghbr wer among thaoe who visild
Oalnvwille yetlorda.. Mr, #libbonB
holds the bomiore polsilon oteert'laryl
of the Counly Dbueeritl Keiiteive
Oomminlte., fad a i noIw paying the
variolu oeaudidala in tRhoet neibu pri-
mainia shbt proportlon of rebate whieh
is due them from the eampaipln. About
forty per oeit of the original easel .
nmest will h re turned to the uandi.
dates. '

Dr I. arrioa Hliodgei hal reitiur
from enpings, Hamilton otoni
whereI he was alled on Msouns of
illness of MrsI. 1. P. balfall. The r
morous friends of this lady in this ;s
tion will regretS to learn that she is i
rlously ill with typhoid fever, and t
chanoes for her recovery are vs
doubtful. r. MscCll relidsd
1'nirbakn' for several years, where h
hashand wu engaged in thi nminuft
tIreof naval stores.
In the Mayor's Geurt.
Oeuile Haluter, a negro 'ftinle uhli
sater whose foee is as familiar 1s It
lity the fa*o of thtt look In t
court house tower, was arraigned I
fore JIle ilotior Mayor Thomans I
swearing. it i( (aid that "Mis 0 lui
or" di4 nhot eaatly apprelate te
company orf a gentlion'n 'friend. bqi
anxilous to lavish her iffetlion4
anoshlr, and when lie ippromohe4 hI
I i u ustilovable manner froin a t
window it her home is s threw h
water in hil faoe and trilled hiis a he
name, at the some time ordering. hi
from the premises aind denstanding th
he never soil' thi earth around h
book yard with his fobtprinti agaiii.
Th#e woman wes arre etid, but wtI
(hecase eanne to be tried4 the plaitai
did not put hi his appearntqe. T"
ease was oonmptomied by the paemto
of all odet by the Hunter woman, ai
everybody wntf their way rejonietig.
Well Pleased With Gailneville.
Captala W. I. lBrooks of 'Tami
Who Is soeinlted *ilh the Floral ci
Phosphate U0ompany uf Floral Ci
wase monl the vliltors to ialneovil
yesterday, aptain Brooks has bet
al victor to this oily at intervals f
many year,, and Is well pleased.
"My firnt visit to Usiaeaville wa 1888," he said, "and I have noted wl
,0lisfaotion the steady growth and il
provement of your town, which I o,
sider the moat thrifty inland city
Florida. I am more than pleased wi
the numerous handsome builditl
whieh have been completed sincee n
last trip here, whieh hai transform,
the business stion wonderfully."
Captain Brooke departed in the ia
teruooun fr hisl home. having cor
pleted hirbusinese.
Report From the W. C. T U
,At the regular meeting of ith W
roan's Christian Temperanoe lUnio
(whole Mniemberna ever alive ,i tI
interest of'our town), ,e l suhilt
regard to placing a drinking founots
on the square was' *ain brought oU
and it was ittanimously igred tilat
would be a great bene fith to ur Ifa
growing pity. A committee wa' a;
pointed to confer with the6 cooenel I
regard so it. We feel sure every oit
isn will hi ifitereltel, i n thl ent prise, it will be appreciated by a1
children. Mi l)ye was appointed si
perlntendeit es [) loyal 'remperan
Legion" work and willineet the h .
dren at the reading room Wednesda
afternoon. July )30. at 4 o'elock.

Cromwell Killed Owl.
'iflih.tr Williunt ('rmTOwll ..y .
clasied attioli the; li. of h(rw*., iiOtn
a night or tw'o ,r-criltlf lie. killed a
iminense towl'whieth hilat lbe at I oilre
of annoyance to couplee' ill tilue eig\
borhooJ' of the quare for *ever
nights. His owlship a few nights au
paiJ The Sun a visit, perthing hisnh
Umon the roof djtl(tlliinig the offiMe to
several mnu.ose e.
The bird was on, exhibition at It
store a ufJ.. Harold during Wi.dn,
day, and Oreated a grea deel of tteI
tiouo n ettaOiit of i Ilnotiene sitet
If the abyr is Cuting Teeth
H sure and ui that old and well
tried remedy, Mrl. Winplow Itootit
iln, Syrup,. for ebhildren teething. ,
toothe. the ehild. spftIienshe gauI
AII all pain aire' mwind oelic ad I
.hbe ,tete m toTarthee. Tw


S C. SIgsbbe Married.
Annoumntemenit has, bien rotel'
tite anlrriae of lloyd C(. Nhllsb i
Mis sSadie E MeAriy,w ahich
event transpired at tbe hntesa o
bride in Ifitplmer, ( Ofgort, Wedoa"
Juitte 29.' The groon is I Mor efait
ly known itn this city. wliste he i
for many yevrs. as urt :igltee.
was avery popular young men,
his tilonerius frieiviils hdr. will te
eungratuilaitini. Mir. sii;we iS.i
gaged in *heep raising ii, Or.o,
il said to be very uce(iftful. '
A Protracted Meeting--Personal
tIon of Intereat to Sun Readr,.
Judson, July .1.,-The weather i4
and fudder.pulliing i. right oil us.
it. K. Wood* halit jlist ot up fruli
severe casief lTypoid s vmu .r. ,V
Weeks, S ,W.shefthielt,. Mr. Ma
Jones uid Mrx. ,. it M htilr"y aie
down with thri. typhoid cur mitte"
kind of bad fever.
M1r. Nuir ood, a 1tapli1t mintiii
fruon. lant Cit y,i r ter' 'tt'rriyng 'Ws
proireatI mnte'ting. Ttu'h. who 44'
go out to hear himn are mistising a e
deal, as he is an able. nd tales
Ira J. Carter saya he is going te i
oUt all his holdlp exept his ail
and Is contt'niplattlg gousig t .other
parts. lie hai taken a coulily ri..
for allanatev couniiy lor 'nlunir 4l.si|'
washing mnachhitl.
Luther Yasncay aid family if Esrlg'
ItiM are. vurliiigI s Mr. Yitelu y's aW
reutvl Ar tmnul Mrs.V.C. C. I. ke.
J. N Inr raud two e ol* l.ft this
mornling for thi eatcalalonpllu ferm nw T


tl : ill, lo r A'.rs t
Devis Broker'

his fbo.
* P. hE.1
o Clpseta

Wisia aba 4

Dr.Merritt orthell
S.,The Clsebrltot..,

1 4hand I h 'If rt S
j hmit'vely' tiwu O tpayp <(ly

o l" 6, Hr. 'tttt It Itit'll im 1, A
1* e, ek' ti f Sll rdi W .iirl'i ,e

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MdoviYT orpeu .od. Kn
1hle. Hole lmIprossiv. 0
*Thee wa* so Iaoltredti in
ou|nt Vrno9n L4 il Nto. aso
of Pryt a. tM iT4dae Ining,
the following la.rs wet, i
for heb e,)uliius erm: '
J. NP tshfrP.. i NJ i.
M. of W.i W. P Holdier, al
iL(. L FU1d I. t. rj

DoriohiS Rha meetln *Mie V.li
epewoehs wret tiSde "for tk|
the orer,," Prinol(ailly amog
were the uk of h ll
mender Phifer aind Vioj.0
The order to in a mount p
aender-in, eompOlpiainN nU
young *ad ihiStlorisqme tnsmbsr.

Agent 4a,board at Pernandi
mowld to SuperIntendt
H.j ,Ground. for miny 1 eftY
of the, Seaboard Air Lit e Lit
dimn, 'has b i promoted to Ie !
intendrlnt of theo isth divisi o,',,
Seaboard, with headquart.rs ii
souivilie, vice A 1. Connally, rs1
to aceOpt the stuitpriilAteendei)ly a
A A H. railroad.
4Mr. Around, who will assumeha
duties on Augusiit, 1, began hi 0
s eprivoit secretary toR uperin"t
Maswell several years Uaj. fe* I
gardod Ma ogli of ,thie imit tMtl
railroad me. in the uounltry, I
ptolnotion i i4 deporved otut,

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