Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: 07 15, 1904
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
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daily
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Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID02224
Source Institution: University of Florida
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 Related Items
Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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6Uion KXkes War on
' -^>" t Packo-ra

muiE cITmES ARE AFFECTED

Public Is Beginintg to Feel the Effect
Sth at Strike I Now in Force
arerty 4CtN Mext and Advance in
SPrime Arbitratios Ray of Hope.
Chicago .July 14.-With no sign ot
ieakenhtr on either side, the only
a of hope in the butchers' strike
attua n todsf was the posasbity
at arbitration may intervene to pre-
e st a labor war fraught with surfer
I- sad privateion to the strikers.
is the effect of the strike con-
11Wd to the employ and packers in
-e niane itU"es where the eight will
bw centered. The consuming pub.
ie wilt bear a larg share of the


* ui t eA declared the strike. and
then It was too late for me to do any
thing to stop the trouble. It will be
sa expensive war, bit apparently it
will have to be fought out. we are
stro--stronger. strange as it ma
seem, than the packers. We have the
whole country to draw upon for the
sustenance and have no dividends tc
pay. If .the packing plants are idle
X month it will e t Up all their dlvi
4ends for two years."
/In spite of expressed hopes for ar
early adjustment of the diflculties
the. packers have hurried preparations
lor a siega.

Kaisa s i T.y, July 14.-At one of the
six packing plants which were shut
down yesterday as a result of the
butchers' asn4 miat cutters' strike. kill-
tag was resided todiy on a smas:
scale. The other plants expect to br
running soon with new men. The
big retail dealers have made arrange.
meats to do their own killing tempo-
rarily and assert tbAt there will 'hc
no increase ift prices bf meat at leas
at prt nt*:. Quiet prevailed earl)
today among the strl4aers.


bird" lm higher prices for meats. A number of women h are appealed
exports already have come from to the Kansas City Kans..flood r
;*.Wa cities that prices of the .prod- HIef committee for a., say:ig Z,,
n Imve ba raised. This advance, their husbands who! were packing
l?-! was said to be but a forerunner house employes were now idle. The
i othews If the. coufftlt :continues cutting off of their incotme- coming on
-j I. In addition to the 50,000 em.- top of their losses by the recent flood
ilyea already. on attlke. upwards of has left them destitute. The strlk
I- 00 m.ore a- involved indirectly will work a hardship to those per-
ta met of t them probably wllU he sons even if they received strike ben.
i7ad Idle before -toni ght. efts. The strikers remain firm. TheJ
In addit~- t o th e slaughtering de- lIn most cases stay away from t.h
iinnts-of a the plants being tied plants and seem determined to carry
up, the strike afIet_ other branches on a peaceful campaign against theit
of Tse la dstry in t h rU.t cles as employers.
-i-tter_ e, soap, buttonsand combs are -
S...._it aued. The canning depart- MEAT FAMINE TNHREATENED.
meaut where bea ,- soups and ail ------ -
nds aof ats- are put up. are also New Yorkers May e8 Deprived of the
_i hIard. w ke -,teiployes tavlsm; Juicy Steik.
"gone out t a-body. -lrty thousand New Y-rk. July 14.-A meat fam-
prso, approximately, ind employ. me s possible here 11 a few days it
iipent ti the big packing houses in, the widespread strike! of the Butch-
Cicago, and this number already has era' union continues. There is a large-
e: n reduced onoe-bhal. The effect Of amount of meat on hand In the numer.
t'- sttrike upon the mechanical and! oat packing houses about the city.
there dep ets, It lis declared, will but as 3,500 members of the union
-: increase tW army of unemployed in have been ordered to, quit work to-
h-- iago before the end of the week! day there will be no one to cut up the
Sneaty 25,000^. s.upply.
Arbitration Is looked upon as the "Roughly speaking," said the presi.-
; ty means toave t a prolonged strike. dent of a leading firm of packers. "JI
4 It-e strikers declare that they will I should say New ork -has about one
ibe -wiliangto consider any reasonable week's supply. Practically ail of our
p-opoaltion submitted from the other beet comes from Chicago and other
Wie points affected by the strike, and the
The' detail of police at the stock cutting off of this supply means a tam--
yards has been Increased in num- ine if the trouble continues. Even
e r, 'and- all night long the officers If the strike does not last more than
patrolled he strike district and the- two or three days. we shall feel its
streets adjacent to the yards in pairs. effect more or less. If It lasts a
S-There was considerable speculation much longer time we shall simply
-AIs to whether the packing houle. have to stop eating beef."
Steasters would go out on a sympathet- The strike has already caused an!
-e i strike. George Golden, .business advance of one cent a p i.l in the:
Agent of the union, set all doubts at- wholesale- price of bE-ef here. The
rest at a meeting of the teamsters', employers in this city declare they
joint council by announcing that the will make an effort to get other men
te amsters- ll remain at work as long' to take the plac eof the strikers.
as there Is work for them to do. .
S A crowd ot men anad boys numberlg BACILLUS OF LEPROSY.
more than 5,000 for the- most pat r
tri king employes, gathered in squads- Physician In India Succeeds In Culti-


today about the entrance to the stock '
yard and discussed the situation. Most
of them were in holiday attire,. aI
generl,. the greatest good nature pre-
viled. The only activity speciallyI
noticeable within the great gloomy
and desert looking buildings was at!
the Swift and Armour plants. In
tile anning department of the Switt
establishment a number of men were
at work, while at Armour's a gang o,
ge were busy loading provisions into
A string of refrigerator cars.
With a seeming certainty of a -meat1
famine, should the strike last more1
th- a week, -both the packers and
the strike leaders took a serious view I
a t the situation today. Each side
toughtfully considered the arbitratio 1
_chanel of escape from the entangle-
Leat. Indeed, predictions were ven-I
toterd that an armistice might be ar-
samged within 24 hours. Such opti-
-istism. however, was received v-t _
i good deal of incredulity. President I
thanelly. of the Butcher Workmaen's
-ion, expressed regret that the pack-{
T' offer to arbitrate had not been
*M0de earlier. Had It been, he said-
b a strike might have been averted.
`rb"Th delay of the packers to agree'
^bitratei" he said, "i responsible-
the kAfe dIt,-notu mak


eating Same.
New York, July 14.-Captain F. B.
Ro:, of the Indian hospital ser'-ex,
has succeeded in cultivating the bacil-
ins 0o leprosy, according to dispatliehe
frjm Rangoon. Burmah. says .; TinMes
speetl from London. He -had made


Attack on Port Arthur Proved
Disastrou&-

MADE AN ASSAULT ON FORTRESS

Reports From the Far Eastern Wa
Are to the Effect That the Mikado'
Forces Have Sustalned a Severe Re
pulse.
St. Petersburg. July 14.-A dispatob
from a Ru.ssian correspondent at Muk.
den dated Juy 12. says:
"Accoiding to intelligence received
here. the Jatanese last night attack-
ed positions near Port Arthur, -and
were repulsed with enormous losse-a
caused by Russian mitrs, not less
than .0.00. It is said, being killed O9
wounded."

St. Petersburg, July 34.-5-35 p. m.
This city was thrown into a fever o
excitement this afternoon by the news
that the Japanese had failed in an as-
sault on the fortess opposite Port
Arthur on Sunday night, having beam
repulsed with a loss said to rechb 30,-
uOO.
T'he original report reached St. Pe
tersburg last night in the form tof
newspaper dispatch from- Mkden. and
was received with incredulity, but at
noon when Viceroy Alextef officially
telegraphed the news to the general
staff,. it created a tremendous impres-
sion. It was immediately transmitted
to the Official Messenger, and a few
mmutesafterward the newsboys were
racing through the street. electrtfylna
the crowds with the 4 spg-. The
ioys were far tn b1W by people
eag-r to buy extras.
it e members of the general stafl
do not offer rXplanatiuol of what Ad A
miral Alexieff means by "Japanese
siIreas.'" but they .declare that the
viceroy would not have officially re-
ported such Important news unless it
hadi reached him from sources Ientirely
worthy of credence. At the same timl
they say the report should I.o accept-
ed with reserve. pending the receipts
of more definite advices.
In support ,pf the report, however
they point out that the date coincidesa
witC the second attempt of Adm-ir J
Togo's torpedo boat destroyers tol
creep into the harbor. It is true that
Togo does not mention a land attack.
bA this Ia not his province. The
loss of .f .of, of the besiegers In an1
attack againstifortifcations wita guns
in position. the approaches sown with
mines, was considered quite within the!
range of pos>iility, if the Japanese
as on other occasions, stormed the
fortificaticn.s 1 h their accustomed'
rc k lh sne s. and especially if the
mines were exploded under masses oi!
men. The general staff already ha .,
information that the besiegers had oc.
.cupied Taku Shan 1111l. 3 miles north-!
east of the harbor, but added that tahE
Japanese were unable to hold the po
sition. If the report of the loss ofi
30.000 Japanese is confirmed, General
Nodsu's army is in desperate straits
as General Stoesset will not fail toL
take advantage of such a reverse t'
follow ft up.


east coaAt of the U T eam

The utmost eoamSP ee al t at Part
Arthur of the ability of the gairsa te


St Petersburg h ly l-12-U; pm.
The admiralty believes Rear Admiral
WitheR's squadron i readering effe
tive aid in the defense of ort As
thur. by impeding the emstruetic of
batteries near the eastern approaches
and the fortress, 5t? going out and
4shellng the Japanese works under coM
struction for this purpose. The ex.
petition of Saturday is believed tc
have been of this nature. The bring
lag up of siege guns to an effeeth
range can thus be materially retarded
This probably is the reason the squad
roa has not yet left Port Arthur. au
It is Wot likely to do so until the fat
of- the fortress becomes inevitable.
The admiralty believes that the aus
val situation is greatly improved a.
sees evidence of the- Japanese fleel
showing signs of exhaUstion. be otf
felals here think that Admiral Togo.
-.with the knowledge that he will have
to fight without the operation at
the army in storming Port Arthur has
become extremely cautious about risk-
ing his ships, and that at present he
will only undertake operations of e
ondary importance, like a pursuit oi
the Vladivostcekf quairon and co-op.


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PROPERTY -LO OP "- -. -


Low LTiV Oiatc Wes lUbm


Manila. July 14.-A -r
the hills northeast at Ml a
a food which ban deatioyat as
Del Monte |
Two hundredi- vI waew lot.
The low lying 4Watris e i -- 4-1
dated!' The omaes -of tl AlatI
and foreigners are iatd. Trm.-
tation through the street i-s de :-
on in boats only.
Rain bs fallen for 27 Iber. toa.-
ing 17 1-2 inches. This s wrua mii4

placesm is nterrapted.
The damage to property ia enlat_
ed at $1.000.0. -


eration with land forces at New -- -

A special dispatch from Ta Tche Americat im
Klao says the Japanese lost heavily aJ l m a --l --.
while crossing the river at Kai Choa. ln which George Chrth,
According to a special telegram Po R. is the esu tal t
fo Llao Yang. the Russians could ein hR i bysthe- tr I --f1-e
have discovered further Japanese Pdel- ow -t
tach-ments in the valley of the Tia l o. .. -
Tse river, on the road to M akden" arl ta lvois dpeared 1 em 1e -
The correspondent thinks the Japa- left $260,000 _l Preach g a.
neae lb tl-at vicl!ty intend to direct waing st -1u. .
the opera tins of the Chine-- bandied ts e. r as r .,----
'e ar" choice; ati" in the ,urron th-" e. Thraeefor a- i s- a aw
ing v -.ay for tihe purpose of raiding *. t Si-e _
tIe railnwad and blowing up some a of- Java, -w .
the bridges. tire estate to George Church. Oo-
sel for the cbldrea s t. to arw t
JONES WELL PAID BY STANDARi the Impression that this w mas sther
S case of mythical Crawsords aa the -
..Montgomery Attorney Gets Big Fm. Humbert case, while co-wsew for MW
in Alabama Oi Tax Cases. Church antalsed that his aft-t
Montgomery, Ala.,. July 4.--Charles tuany exists, beiag a retired N1v -
Jon cf thic city, has Just reeelwed land merchat._- we receAtly -*, -id
a nice, at fee from the Standard Oil from New York for WBmpe. TWO
company. It is above 1.000. theog, upon the eourt asked that L ir
how much is not known. When asked presented to the ort and a ma-
about the matter Mr. Jones would ml ed the case until Friday to :ewrt t
give out how much he received above presentatioa or the pred1ctio- of rt
the figure named. He represented tU other proofs of his identity.
company -in its forts to have the re The genuineness of the legacy a-
cent oil tax declared amostltti r unquestiona at c-Ae
al. He fought it through the court 'bitterly cotested, mainly -beea sat
and anally won, after a hard fght. suspicions growing o the eutti im -
and finally won,. after a hard gt. Anerican eirs i the u aber eame.
Mr. Joes is one of the attorneys
the Louisville and Nashville railroad OLDEN RULE" MAOR .DIE.
here. devoting bhi time to regla
court work. He Is a brother and law Samuel M. Jonesa, a TAled, OlNe, H
partner of Judge Thomas G. Jones, re, p A -y.
gently appointed t othe federal beach, Toledo, Obio, Juy 14.-SamelXM.
and one -of the best known lawyer Jones, "the Golden Rule Mayor,' died
in AlabaaL.. He is a hard work at his home Tuesday evetiag. a tie
and gives little time to politics. result of co-mplicatios ofdiAmfms
The immediate emase of his death
STRANGLED BY FALSE TEETH. ws an a on m us. e
mayor had suffered for yeIan tro
Remarkable Death of Weman at COMY asthma and this was the primary ease
land. of his fatal mes.
New York, July 14.--Frlgteied pj The death it Mayr Jones h-
the narrow escape of her young son caused the greatest sorrow all Wr


from being run down by a heav-
truck, Mrs. Mary Murphy, wife of -a
Brooklyv merchant has been strain'


the city: Altboug aaay did ot ate
leve IA his ideas lon oc c agh
lemns everyone loved and reema AAI


a sab.ltance from the cultures which gle to death by r false teeth. im. His one great strW"aghald uft
te -calls L.eprohn anil which when !.-i St. Petershirz, July 14.-A of- e The woman wenet to Coney is!a th e people o Toledo was his h
coniumnip, c-, OMathe 1,-"" --a. g- The, woman went to Coner island
fji Cteere l rs has market t ,.- cInommtnoa-s : m thPra!a -k -for an outing. In his harry to cros esty. He was four tameelected NW
i-i'a.cth alleviating the s."pt...ns .ral '.tafo a: a the street, her son dashed In froa or of Toledo
of the d asextracted from the n nformatn derived of a team and narrowly escaped. H. T mayor was taken ll t we
The alt isd. extracted from the nu- f A u- s- e s ai rey etfvei mother attempted to scream and e ago last Thursday ad for the at
tret media and it is discovered that Adi Aleeffsstranging before a crowd of pleare 48 hours previous to his death was in
the bacillus wiHll not grow in ,e pres-, the .Tapaee attached the Russian few mit- comatoseconditon.
ence of this salt. In order to mak1e po4iticn a Port Arthur during th f
such nutrent media be distills beef ex- n htrf -July I. -They were repu .+- and the doctors fo the cause i
tract soaked in pumic stone in a cu:' ed with enormous :,'i -s is diff-a set of teeth iway down AT GROW
,;i t hH r o a t
rent of super-heated steam and ob. cult to calculate even approximateht jVrot0tofa 1c-F .a
tains a medium In which the baccmus the number .f Japane~e casuat-ie-. y I
of leprosy and also that of tuberculo. which a'noun:td. *" "sa t" the im Angl-Ge3rma Agreement. I Chi agr.
sis grows with the greatest ease. mense figure of .,. Be i, July 14.-Te Anglo-Germa Chicago. July 14.-Te Triba te
Pour cases have been reported as, -- agreement. signed in London yesterday day says:
eared, and in the great majority ofl Mukden. July 2.--1Delayed y does not apply to the larger poit flve f orevicttasereadedj esteor
those under treatment is said to be rransmnssion.)-Advice received her differences that may arise, but is con- day to Chicago's list f uth cl
marked. from Port Arthur esy iaat Generaj ~ned to legal questions like the Inte July accidents. Four died la ag
*.- ______ lt Fock attacked the Japanese ri.it pretation of treaties. It is sabLtan from lockjaw; while the fth ma b
eath of Prominent Divine. flank on July 5 and drove the Jaa tly identical wit the arirtio ed to wounds esed&t 9 b the aiO
New York, July 14.-The Rev. Dr nese from thb-'r position Th"? Rnusialt arrangements whitGreat Brita ha a toy ca non.
Lemaol Moss. D.D, ULAD., one of the cavalry advanced. as far as Nan made without other countries. --The' .the cities Is-t0e e
ftoemo Batt edeators a p present agreement is not the ou l two deat frie a
viaM is dead at his iome er aft The Japanese are landBng troops at UMO of the Kifsti vs o A- AI
a l a w of m e t one y'ao Pink Tao. aboat misW y between. tdto"s aW the sa ieat of A ttrety o the total s
a s .: e,.- a s -e ,.. +r Aztat ,- Ports.t t-oi nti8 o-- pi- etw" % -he,-


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,ton to.e tshe Galnesisle see.
S.hede. well," continued Mr.
tesltN ulnoalte Item The Sun of
the 2htha-t e hundred andt eleven

*:- sstlloo eat, so far thin season
lab U' Aw:

SA--K leo-, where the uriSng
inn loMdt (Oen Company are opmer


"fltv auet df of 'tuf'-md .,4
mpasy is et through *hipping yet."


enaoo l.a station ,:located stieen
aS- s to te forthwest of Galesvolle.
Ae Wh e qur s aId shipping
statiea of the riflmng Florida Orehard
e-p-aspy,w i are prob bml the most
4ZemaiYe growers of peaches and ean-
S taloupesi the tate. They alo op.
eate an extenivetarm h em Mu Olen-
,-B- ere Io ty.whieh bah paid them












1|?-- '-.Ht - Wit tuer
the meflt Mus of the S ofth.
Up Bdeta s threat, firm have been whipped




St er- n hmarAe and te fruit bead
-. o. ez wep ally nre varietyr, as.






S Grap Account of His Recent Vtsit to
Up y ggatreet, beginning his journey



O Thue. The attention of the people
eat at the hour of 8 o'eloek, tad from
then to9, wa ttraeted and heldto
this strikingly original looking object
asit ontiaed to take in the shop win-
toes along Jacksonville's crowded

m la a velng bag, graefully t wing-
ig from a strap from the older of
Ili stranger, rested the latest ieBse of
Sonetof ithe leadingjperiodicals of PFlor-

^ bluer referenee to ss and meas-
S mwes, with st a small corner in view,
oem a bent part of the iron elasps of
the bag.
S -onae ventured toAive the name or
meoust for the presence of the distin-
gashed vi lr. Therewere none who
had ever beeanfavored with an intro-
doetloa, and there was not a proba-
biliy of anyone being thus honored,
fo the visitor held himsAelf aloof.
It was not until he had turned into

immense bill of printer's stationery
That his name was given.
It was Editor Setaer of The High
SSrings Hornet, the most original and
one of thebrighteet writers in the
State. It aa8etser, who had come
to the city on business with a manner
'as original as the paragraphs he
writes, and wth dress more original
till.-Time non 14th

The Beautiful St. Johns River.
0Oe of the pleseaures of travel in


S Florida at this time of the year is a
trip on the St. Johns river between
Jacksonville and Saford. The Clyde
SLi1e Mi running a strictly frst-elaw
s _erviee ad i s patrons are well
S_ leed. The rate in each direction
between Jaeksonville and Sanford is
oly $.75, Includaing meals and state-
-oo.s berth, and is certainly very
heap. Steamser leave Jacksonville
SSadays, Tued and Thursdays at
S : p an., and are due in Sanford
shboe Sr o'clock the next morning;
lea e Sa 3', returning to Jackson-
Wille,a9:atla. m. Monday, Wednes-
4S* and Friday, due in Jaekeaoville
- o_40lO& as saawus morning. Pal-
-as erer jretain sttewroom, get-
alg at their pleaser.e

witkpluatut ofe do iahsp eat and


0 tht Iasle s
odo othe e
el^.Other people an a





cnse they always have at
ba d ready in cae of madden
sicknemor accident a bottle o
Ham i, Wizard Oil; the best
ad moat a rem titute for a
e famil. y doctor, and one that




-tuH unne essa r- Wuae.
Omighyoo reV 1medyiaory al
tnresaOald puic from Pricever


a pltewasant to take 5andmos.




effective ina of dmdtipa-
without pain, Pile 25c.


DAVIS' NEPHEW TELLS OF UNCLE

Vice Presidential Nominee Has Reta.
tive In Augusta.
Augusta. Ga., July fl.-There is
more than ordinary interest in Augus.
ta In the success of the candidacy of
Henry G. Davis for the vice presiden-
cy of the United States on the ticket
with Alton B. Parker. from the fact
that Mr. Davis has a nephew in Au-
gusta who is particularly popular.
In talking with Captain Charles D.
Davis, conductor on the Augusta
Southern railroad, yesterday after
noon about the' St. Louis convention
It developed that the West Virginian
who has been named for the second
place on the ticket is the half brother
of Captain Davis' father.
Captain Davis says the vice presii.
dential candidate, a man formerly tronm
Maryland, is well along in years. be-
Ing now about 81 years tld, but is
quite active for one of that age. He
has, Captain aDvis srys, extensive
coal mining interests, besides being
quite a prominent railroad magnate.
The gentleman is quite prominent in
financial circles, and has an influence
which will be quite a benefit to the
ticket he Is running on.
Captain Davis said he was very
much surprised when he read that his
uncle had accepted the nomination for
the vice presidency.

Piles Upon Top of Piles.
Piles upon top of piles of people
have the piles, and DeWit's Witch Ha-
sel Salve cures them. There are many
different kinds of piles, but if you get
the genuine and original Witch Hazel
Salve, made by E. C. DeWitt & Co. of
Chicago a cure is certain. H. A. Tis-
dale, of Summerton, S. C., sa8 "*I
had piles 20years and DeWitt's Salve
cered me after everything else failed."
Sold by all druggists*.
Alabama Ginners Gather.
MontgomerY. Ala.. T.ly 14.-The Al!
abama Gminers' association was called
to order In annual session at the capi.
tol this morning. The officers are
Hiram Hawkins. of Barbour county,
Alabama. president, and C. C. Hanson.
of AtlantaW Ga., secretary and tress.
arer. Mr. Hanson is represented by
Mr. T. B. Blake, of Atlanta, Ga.

Consumptives Need Not Despair
As many eases pronounced hopeless
by physicians have been cared by Fo-
ley's Honey and Tar. L. M. Ruggles of
Reasoner, lowa,. writes: "The doeors
said I had consumption and I got no
better until T used Foley's Honey and
Tar. It helped me right from the start
and stopped the spitting of blood and
pain my lunngs and todayl am sound
and well Sold by J. W. MeCotlum
& Co.
A metal r f is 'mid to he poshir
proteetlon against the building it cor-
ers being itrufc by lightning.


apilh the augactua o-et r theis p
Who elasticity At tih OWg Wh

mber eof breath, which vaa wi th
ahe Is ne to very three or.
ptlbe beats. In -dia bresathlg a.
abouk t onexe eth the air the
tes in renewed but -to xerese teb
amount s considerably inreame anA
the number of beat mu rS.
In disease such as reduction of lng
rea the blood in danger of beco-
g overcharbged with carboie sddt,
and the lungs struggle to get rid of thIs
and to bring n more Iyge. Exers
causes a similar change, and If of the
right jort and not to" long continued
the circulation and breathing are
ulekened. and the result ia good.
In severe exercise. such as long ea-
tinned speed trials the quickened
breathing ca" o loa1 gW copre w CWith
task.. so carboail adid aecutulatet
fater than th-en heart and the angs
ran deal with it and brcatIhe- aMM re-
e.on. t make up h b h

| AU Druggiest
Akthe resale of twis paper who are
offering with ildigestion or dyspepsia
to call on them at onee and get a bot-
tie of Kodol yspepsia Care. If you
knew the value of this remedy as Ue
know it, you would not asffer another
day. Kodol Dyspepsia Care i a thor-
ough digestant and tisose-building
tonic as well. It is endorsed personally
by hundreds of people whom it has
cured of indigestion,. dyspepsia, palpi-
tation of the heart and stomach troub-
les generally. Kodol DyspepSaM Cure
digeta wha you eat. t, i pleaiaDI t,
palatable and srengthening.

Trr!.i b Cuosfts.
A writer On Turkey says: MBed-
sreadsu< :rew i ut ised by the Turks.
Eaell rouw coutainu a large cupboard.
tn:it Ititu t1 Cwail, in which the bed-
i.e is pihnd during the day. and at
niebt te sl.ves come in when sum-
l wonle to make up the beds on the
flaor Ot!r bedroom requisites, In
the shapire of washstands, dressing
tnUes anu wardrobesp are dispensed
with as iupertluous. For everyday
ablution there-is a small washing room,
with a he I m the floor for the water
to escape through, and If the banu8
woul4 wash her hauds and face only
a slave brings the ewer and basin and
pours the water over her hands. For
special ablutions she will go either to
her own private hammanm or to the
public baths. She 'does er hair,' or
Iws It done for her, seated croaslegged
in her corner of the divan, and the old
walnut wood chests and coffers In her
treasure roou suffice to store er
gaPIWA- and broeades. ber silks and em-
U roideries."

Night Was Her Terror.
'I would cough nearly all night
long," writes Mrs. Chap. Applegate of
Alexandria, Ind., "and could hardly
get any sleep. I bad consumption so
bad that if I walked a block I would
cough frightfully and spit blood, but,
when all other medicines failed, three
*1 bottles of Dr. King's tew Discov-
ery wholly cured me and I gained 18
pounds." It's absolutely guaranteed1

Price W0e and $1. Irial bottles tree at
all drug stores.
A Hat.
l'orem 11 p.m.)-Yes. rw a perfect
martyr to insomnia. ry tried every-
tl'ng I eiv-r leard of, but I simply
can't get to sleep at night. Miss Cut-
ting (suppressing a ynwni---DId you
ever try talking to yourself after going


Cauve For (Cbeergtlans.
Cranky flus-:.ul fat a reception)-!
w's.h you were, :s lively as that woman!
over there. Wif'-l nrlumphi No wonder
she's jolly. She's a rich widow.
serveTed T a em ult.
He--They have dropped their anchor.
She (on her first trip)-Serves them
right It has been hanging over the
side all day long.
All men are equal the day they are
born and the day they are burled.

Cured of Itching Piles.
W. R. Flint, a merehantof Orehard,
La., writes: 1 had been greatly trou-
bled with. itching piles for several
years a&d tried many so-ealled pile
cures without relief, but was oplet es-
ly cured y Banner Salve. It is- the
best pile care." Sold by J. W. MeCol-
lam & Co.


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Direct Service Between JAOKSONVILLE, B0TON and
PROVIDENCE and Alln -Aem-
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Between JACUCOjONVII ajin SA.SNPi D
Stopping at Palatha, Astor, St. Franc, Beresford (DeLaad) and Iuyrmmd
LaTnding on St. Joh&s River
Steamer CTy OF JACKSOVILL
Lsves Jacknvile 8 p. m. Sunday, Tueday and tr .ay.
Leaves Sanford 9:-80 a. m. Monday, Weduedays and Friday.
Is appointed to ail a follow:

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04; Club. W Wednesday
S h the Married Lades' and the
ong Ladies' eard llubs were delight-
fully entertained by M#. H. -. Taylor
aher elegatt home on Wednesday
a-ternoo. Quite a number were in
utweudance and this meeting proved to
-be o f the most delightful ever

There were e tables, the game be-
lIa -progrsie whist. The game was
Splayed with considerable interest and
_iack enthusiasm was manifested. At

found that Mrs. Iiebols and Misses
Jessie Boadiford and Suasie Harris bad
Stie for tie rise, which consisted of a
e. d silver watek pin. Upon cutting
thecards Miss Harris came oat win-
er. The ebnsolation prise-. hand-
somee pitre-ws awarded to Miss
Battle Dennis.
1The program was concluded by the
serving of delicious refreshments con-
siting of ice tea, meat salads, whipped
Scream, etc., when the guests took their

-elasba- Players and Foot Racers
ALoua 3 KJrogr., ex-champion long
ditance foot raer of Gerany and
oland, writes. tober 27th, 1901:
"Dring my training of eight weeks'
o- raeast Salt Lake City, in April
last, I used Ballard's Snow Liniment
to my greatest satisfaction. There-
Store, I highly recommend Snow Lini-
1ant o all who are troubled with
sprains, bruises or rhematism." 25e,
e*, $1U bottle. BSoldby W. M1. John-

.. MISS COLSON ENTERTAtNS.
'Young People Etnjoy Hospitality of This
Young Lady Wednesday.
S-Miss Bes.ie Colson entertained a
--- ber -of~ her young friends on
Wednesda- evening with a Leap Year-
party. Obe of the features of this
novMel but ejoyable funation was that
each young lady should entertain a
young gentleman for a period of ten
minutes at least. This proved to be
a difficult problem with some of the
* yung people, and provoked much
amusement for those present,.
Quite a number were present and all
enjoyed themselves to the fullest ex.
tent. During the evening delicious re-
ftreshznams were er ed.
MisSCols is an accomplished en-
in-r, as was demonstrated on this

S Thep"i ab will, will 1I the bill,
Without gripe.
To lease tbe liver, without a quiver,
;. onme sat hs. n g
eWitis Little rly Risers are small.
sy to take, easy and gentle in effect,
pettbey are so certain in resale that
|g^ IIene w uses them isdisappointed.
ssepid liver, Jaundies, div-
eauaal tueablesalshedfn ian


: WNITE PIRiGS.-

Many Alacmua Count People at This
SPopular ort
White Springs lJuly 1.-ol.
A. P. Morrow d Jno. E. Hud-
son spent Sunday at the Hamilton.
l. Walter G. Robinson and A. M,.
Calaman are at the Hamilton for a
few weeks' stay.
J. E. Mean E. Thrasher, V. E.
bhi.tty M is Sue Smith and S. H.
Benon, all of Micanopy, were gueetu
of the Hamilton this week.
AL JMhrtur, H. M. Chitty, W.
H. Draeger, Mrs. Draeger, Miss Mary
Sireeper, all of Gainesville, spent Sun-
day at the Hamilto n.
Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Chesnut are
"peing the summer at the Hamilton.
Quite a number of prominent Flor.
idiais are now quar nrd4 at the Ham-
ilton and a lively place it is, the even-
nags being spent in dancing, playiu"
ards, ete. Mr. and Mrs. Bowen, who
sae old Ganaesville people, do all in
their power to make people feel at
home and they certainly sueeeed in
doing so. Monday evening last a large
character ball was given in which
some very 'handsome costumes and
some very ridiculous and fanny were
seen. The young ladies (about 20) in
the bouse keep things lively all the
time and are now busy over the prepa-
rations for a calieo ball for Saturday
evening, the 18th.
SIndigestion, .


With its companions, heartburn,
flatulence, torpidity of the liver, con-
stipation, palpitation of the heart.,
poor blood, headache and other ner-
Ivous symptoms, sallow skin, foul
tongue, offensive Ireath aud a legion
of other ailments, is at once the most
widespread and destructive malady
among -the American people. The
Herbine treatment will cure all these
troubles 50e bottle. Sold by W. M.
Johnson.
ELEMENTS ON RAMPAGE.
Hurricane With Torrential Rains Fol-
-:. lowed by Earthquake.
New York,. July 14.-A hurricane
with lightning. hail and torrential
rains has occurred in :the department
of the Hautes Alps. near the Italian
frontier 'says a Herald dispatch from
Parts. During the storm there was
an earthquake shock lasting four sec-
onds. It caused considerable damage.

If the Baby is Cutting Teeth
Be sure and use that old and well-
tried remedy, Mrs. Winslow's Sooth-
ing Syrup. for children teething. It
soothes the child, softens the gums,
allays all pain, cures wind colic and is
the best remedy for diarrhea. Twen.
ty-five cents a bottle.

Was Champion Handball Player.
New York. July 14.--Ptblllp C(ssy
who for 25 years held the title .
ehamploir handhall player of th" wc1 il
Is ded i bA hoe In Broody'. it
was bbrn years ago in Ireland.
Working Night and Day.
The busiest and mightiest little
thing that ever was made is Dr. King's
New Life Pitls. These pills change
weakness into strength, listlessness
into energy, brain-fag into mental
power. They're wonderful in build-
ing up the health& Only 25e per box.
Sold by all druggists.

Ag~tit of Ajua.rtnnet Hi e--WhHend
can you go ;.o work? Dignified Person
(who has atccepted position as janitor
of buflding)-- can enter upon the du-.
ties of my office at one, Ir.-Chicago
Tribune.
SNo Pity Shown.


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I -_ -the 7i7
|enter ii ssem tretenirast ri' ^ 4t
desegu. The -st at t" tr O- ... na"...
|gate i beiag arr -s angid for e --e as a-u I
.d of e t.
ip tha speural -legraph and telepioe
S e s -are to -e in use Itjr
eew on. Oe of the iarte r oom ln. A a ue-T, BfURTL i
I k e.ttcd uca for the newspaper ca e -i a p Arteus
respondents with "itay convenience -
MYore than 200 lettrs- weat from Juatdge
Parker 1n the fArst outgng mail, aost ; -













f.- nthe ee il d "l-e
of them replies t letters- and tele- thi
grams o congratalatkimf. More thaI
200 ariredf in the Srst incoming mal,-
and every mall since has shown a 1
Jnaked increar over the one before. l
tA tore of sitenograpber Hunder the
direction ofh the ju4ge's private se te
tary, Arthur E. McCausland, will be SA S I
installed witin a day or twoa t the
new offcls. The flowing telegram
was received today; Our business strictly eoied
"Musir ee. I. T.. July 1-e. A e p of lad, adwe hav rwat
aton B. Parker. epUs. N.Jy. ina netker' bminse. We akea







uain the.mPexhaU-Inves- is not 6ow.. of
elections heretoday:ta, athe ja first te .














,hrd. rn faa i:o m + surplus and Und
liuekcgee. claimed by the RepublH- i_ r line al on or write us.




ar. went Deocdratic. 'Worte srm te
firt gun of the campaign, -ando is lo-











s sires af.airste. T- The I Wd TtTe r-
N. F..& Hacoca. J. -. Taylor. Jr." T IlE I
F Jnidge Parker today received noti- 1
f.-ation from Wflamt R. Hea st that jAS
Re is to have the support of the Hearst
newspapers. he refused to say whetr- Q G& IAM
Ser or not he had zny word from WiI-
11am Jennings Bryan. Whether "'- THE ONLY CHARTER!
. mer President Cleveland Is to make
a any speeches in Judge Parker's cause
during the campaign. is not known. Capl.......
'but it is understood that the judge has
bhad an Intimation from Mr. Cleveland 2 iaplnB and Unlind
of his willingness to participate to a -
limited exyeni in the campaign. Dmeq *ihsiy a smme bm, wish ta
Regarding the date for the formal As ?arimfSSSS i
notification of the candidate, there Is
atill no dewiite information available.


Weak Harts
Are caused by indigestion. If you eat
a little too much, or if *you are subjeat
to attacks of indigeto the stomach
expands-rowell and puoft ap against
the heart. This crowds the heart and
shortens the breath. Rapid hheart
beats and heart disease is the final
result. Kodol Dyspepaa Cure dixgetea
what you eat, takes the -train off the
heart, cures indigestion dyspepsia,
soor stomach, and oontributes nourih-.
ment, strength and health to every or-
gan. Sold by all druggists.
Pai- of PiaIntiFt.
"S" here." c.- n." 4n.4 t- anpry tan.
"*I pl'h u ; v.'<:;1- tn3I,--e tl:at dog of
yowt nrtl'L I!; tis lhar!nl steps my
baby aw: ie."
"I was just foiug to request you to
muzzle your baby." rejoined the neigh-
bor. "His nightly bowling annoys my
dog."-St Louis Republic.

Croup.
Is a violent inflammation of the mu-
eous membrane of the wind pipe,
which sometimes extends to the lar-
ynx and bronchial tubec, and is one of
the most dangerous diseases of ehil
dren. It almost always comes on in
the night. Gire frequent small doses
of Ballard's Horehoond Syrup and ap-
ply Ballard's .Anow Liniment external-
ly to t he roat. 2.6, eOe, $1. Sold byl
W. M. Johzuon.
Some people hare an idea that they
comfort the affileted when they groan
orer then. lIt't drive a hearse
through a man's souL


EOIL IW-'fAI
Sares Co"5sa Prestw Pm,"te

NOTICE OFr BEGISTRATIOM.
Take sotiee tbat the regaitratmn bookI for
Alaobua county for the relsratia of eec-
torm will be open tor registraUoc B Mooday.
the LtA day of Au-,st. A. D. t4. at the eoort
bouse. in the once of the Sapervisor orf eae-
tration, until the tb day of October*. s1L
Hours of re&itratuim from s onlock a. to
1t o'cock in.. anid 'romS o'lock p. m. -at
o lock P i A. OXoutlaay. WedneemayasadsAt-
urdey. ThI %E*rkim revistratio osfleem wll
open rexisrtmon Iboks ii eabh dWItnet from
the aintt ,iMd to Septmber umtitbeueciod
Saurarl ls October. from 9 o'?ewk a. M. an-
I tU iB.. eA from O clock p. =. aMss 7 p. n.,
for fmcatio of eetoes. DIltiet boomt
will he open two day; In each week, La dis-
triet regrailon oMiers wia fgie modoe by
rostiu same. ainar tshe days the boo wniS
be ope&. ILS. CRJVE.

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"For years fate was after me con- GAINESVIUJ.E A.
tinuously" writes F. A. Gallege,. Ver- _
ena, Al "I had a terrible ease of -
ilee causing t tumors. When all- ~oa CH uzeAs. CAES aS PIS
failed Bocklen's Arnica Salve cured
me. W qu.flly good for brans and all OH)
aehes and pains. IOnly Se at all drug Deavee Aw i at o w .


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: Oonet Surveror.
JAMES CROXTON.
Pmr Comunty Comamisocers.
1: J. DAMPEB.
-J. G.OSTEEN.-
C.C.c.PZDvc,
Y.- F.PAITLIOG.
1- J.P.TOWNSEND
Per Memaber of Sehoo! Boalt
:--T. A-.DOK
:-..:- -.: W. J.-MARTIN.,
iy/:. '- ..*: B. WEEKS.
iy Th. D-ode will contest continues ti
d- t rb th. legal minds of Jaekso_
i- .- The oold lady is sid to hav
beeamoder t-he hypaotie infiaence o
-e Rev. MeDona,, to whom she left he
property, whenash zecoted te ewil
The deatlof "Golde Role" Jonei
si : or of Toledo, Ohio, removes one
ite bet charter of the pren
dnMaever ws amnI or paRbli oladi
he ld in higher esteem by the peopl
Ethiiws city ad n-gh m


40mg SN-lssmeM -elst of wi*daw o it is Vigelae ta tbee -..-'..
:~--V
*p*ably the t u eM -.ol abeuda.t emMr t. atinrlI to awing hi Stase
Speine.fs&the farms. f i S InoS the De asse steolema will pve.

Shohw thatis cosaes large q-as- it- e et. -- ': N
- 1tes of weed seeds and deeroys many g-- -- it a
^ of the worn insect pests with w rieh Rini eorta o be lsng SI S
I inre grai, fruit or any other crop. msh.e else tosies i-t. WOXen ale more Ofte
-l isiiredfront september Ito April ; dr -crsnt than m
1jsaMsally, imVirna alone1 the con- The World's Fair is greatly iater- cause of kidney and
auaptlion of weed seed by bob whites feting with bsineMss a the e t eosst Iiar to th.ir sex,
i a imont to b73 tons. oe of the resors this year. g.h^ -
ps which It+tbitually destroy, the ... -_ i- IS S
Sretort ay are the Maexia boll wee St. Louis is said to be the hote -
which damages the cotton crop place this sideo hfbades. .
Spward $1,000,000 a year; the potto _
Sro the .eoton worms which haveL
Slow THE LUDDITES.
* b:::nofn Earyisen 18,11 bands of
a* a year; the chinch bug and the Rocky A.ther. at. t Pame st ek s g
SlMoantain loeaut. The report urges Frame ase ims -s=m- == .:
- stnures r eure the preservation ofu Early in- 1S11 bands of distreb ed
- the bob white in this country. stovklug knittrs In Nottintghamshire
___ _i__ bedsn a ipng series of riots, marked by |
SA lb h been iue e fr a meeting o. at ata ee blg -ih an=aC n
s A ah fatbeen i tued for oreetirg parties of rom six to sixty under a 1 h 0
4of Bryan Democrats in the nearfotore. yleie e general or 'et Ladd, dis-
It i high time to eeae fighting among ied and arnnd with swords, pistolen wihs, f
oorelves and rally to the support of hammers and axes and bond together
the Democrti nominees. The South by illegal oaths, they sta add Xiny
has more at strike this year than at any smashing stocking frames In all parts I i s B U W
time siace the attempt on the part o of Enland, and tbir daring ourages
the RBepubicns to.pas the fore bill. continued even when a large military {iiV t iJ -.m
-and Parker should receive the ele- o was bros trlte t e i or- a ctd pa
total vote of the solid Soath. Mr. hood andl two l ndOn pollee magis-
Bryas says he will vote for Parker and trate me down to ast the e l
Davis andthis ought to satisfy those To uch a pitch had this dangerous
ho have heretofore followed hi dsturbance grown that a royal procla-j
standard. Every mother's son of as mation was issued offering a reward of -
shoald noM be: known as Parker Demo- ta o for the uplrebti of any of tn J Ec lm CL..
eratsj. -"__" offender. Not uutil October. 1S16. ddid W *
this wholesale destruction an -vte- o w i ai
A leading Iowa newspaper favorso-le ce -:it~ by wich time moreatrtan
giving employment to inebriates in a thbonii! frames and many lae ma-
State aylaus on the ground that "'a- chiw. h::l bite br:kn up and the
bor as wel as mediemine is needed to n-.cti ( h. .-la htronicleibrin
restore the proper tone and balance to o ,t i -1, 1f b o C n le -
both body and mind." Idleness is in- '-
jurious to health of body and mind n
and destructive to morals. Work is fm-f Ffr
an essentiIl of the proper performance Jst bf re string If your ivels
of l t f tion o st s -mrgish. out ot tone and you teel dull,
of all the fuc tio of strong umthn-. byllH el onattipated, take a dose of E aGl Round Trip.
ood. The busy men are not dipsoma sale daily. Go
has.mmata H esdyartan a till Dect s .%
time- atmto-tEng I 11 n you'llunedallnrith Iteirorningl aAA Af Round Trip.
The Louisville and Nashville railroad ceAndwa be all r in to m ue o TA lp ai.
has made a number of plantations of M. siy days.
of Kentueky numerous walnutsC have
been planted, and on certain rough SOUTH I
hills 100,000 black lowest saplings were .-b aa wn t r e la.
ps ed in the ground. Ten locations. "maiS_ waiit Wi RLre-iS FA ad
were sh elected for etalspa sperios, ae--0 #. .o b Mli ofa yotA
cording to arboriculture, and 150000 m Iu ,, ea.g 'k -*
trees have been planted at these n fln es-m 5smts onumaS
points. | -pe IB fther throubb Atlanta and l h'i
rSky roue.
A physician of Cleveland estimates __ _f r oBs lie from Florida wih it,
that every year 7,200 persons in that ThJa.ktionve. Through 'leepi g e
Ss top-overs Goli and Beturxnia
city have to seek medical treatment Caoml and East Tennesi.ee No
for dog bites. The statement seems of Wor1d'. Fairs and spend a vacat
almost incredible. If only a tenth of urw"m rw t-roueb the Sephlre CountrIy.a
that number are bitten each year by d D- led and -ai ble toformati
dogs in Cleveland it certainly war- "str ePasse
rants the adoption of drastic measures pto m*T.OM n .--.
for protecting the people from rabid ai iane e.t
Ser-ag Remedy Co., Chicag oor N.... .
"Who was it," shouted the suffrage ---- LS-TEIIL 111 IJUJ
leader, "who was it that did the most -'- ..
to elevate .woman?" Far down the a ms Air L
and drawled: "Why, the man thatBs ER AL
invented those high French heels." i t mst heal alg sIve ls
Aad Ithen themeeting adjourned. the world. It care SVres, Cutts,


*- surn a nd *I Skis De". a,
The total number of workmen itivel Savannah, Colu
throw out of employment in the last
twenty Iyear on account of strikes is o' "u es P In .
-,!".", ", ,2, it','; #ttl.# Pines, Raleig
estimated at. 6,105,6% and a lou in CgiA w1 9 Pines, waleigw
wages of over a quarter of a billion g8. Ir ag so sast Ohs 8lt: .
dollars. More than 127,000 establish- Cha. writes: "I as a t aton
mena; were involved. Pl r N a. BANNER nALV I gton -
n______ d Iw Vl" a
---ev sal & ega sar tsIt"l
"There will never be another silver 6 and es* del p i
dollar coined in this country,'# said gtPygp..pJft i
Director of the Mint George E. Rob- 6ell W 1
erts. The reason for this, Mr. Roberts s TWO Ele
said, is that the supply of silver bullion - AI WOME..
purchased under the Sherman act is V" AND WOME.
exhausted.__ Seb:a
^ (~ -weOes * B c mt'ra^
According to the estimates, three IS l t M r pei. .a-.
hundred physicians will be needed at ft"iKApiyte aby gials.
the Isthmus toattend the canal labor- ]-o.e. 1 " VS &I Seabc
eri. Young men will be given the Cirl-ckraw.3 mb
preference by the commission. __________-- --
SThe strike of employes in the great INA0 1 ER N P 1 L
meat paeking establishments of the
West has eaused all kinds of meats to
f materially advance in price. Only
ir ____a-
The surplus of the Western Union 4 .-UAy-.Through Pullman w
s Telegraph Company has risen, as e Si .^Sar ss o-
t shown by the reports .ist issued. to hF nfhl .s.s. ls. or fll Informatimo and se"
p $183819.000t, eainsmr ^ se sfn Vg t** A. 0. MAcDONELL,
WWII ..e. At. GeMesal Pmasmw
&l -Rokefel!er's hair is growing agai, in.JA S0
* It would beoet like him to gvt ridof
his stomach trouble next. US Your NO
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sn, but frequent attral
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r.
at prinePOal roowutain and- seulmer resort polatsta
extTa costt Ant jpaortuny tO uitite re "rae
ton ia the mnoutati, where Aie trivseam be aste
e Tosawav. the HmI siagt.e e.
on. maps. -oders, ete..ze, beermau ay d fpli ,
J. C. LUSK .- -
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h, Richmond, Wash-.


3altimore, Phila-

a. New York.


gant Trains Daily. ,


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)ard Mail.


LUAE E 9UIUET I

[ne Oeraeting
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-^ isBtb TI havies foa


S a e Bgmlastiv . her. the past
|k re&tured totheir home at

.- 8. N weiges and sonm
thaabysmv mgte-0e family of W.






o -. bee wsh.ws.- w-as _e ea rl.
me.&. wae-e he fienter a n 1



The red-sto. in the price of cross
B^ties heat soen of the ope rators out
OF businem here.
-rot. I. CV. Meitosh of the Bll-
asodl was visiting friends he.re .n-
'. Te S~wanee river haa been too
low fo mush fishingW, many of t he
t appeals having taken their traps out.
S-situated in, the Amiddle
weaetl he Treaton-dia triet, and -has
e geeraltor two Churches-Bap--
a (auristiaa-one school, two
=aft pday. is surrounded with good
..i- g lands -and thrifty a rmers. and


SON. l-- AFREE SB.AOLAlSHP,


S Senator ~MCray Has -Scholarship in.

t apoit. o PatersnfroD Macbool

co ty to free instruction in the 8t.
?eersbrg Normal. and Ida trial
S hool located at St. Petenrburg, .on
-Aa ,pers o, male or female, between
S the ~ of sixteen and twenty-fve, of
d educationn is eligible.- The
S alue of this scholarship, however, is
that the holder is exempted from any
sad ind ll habarps for tuition in all de-
p rtments of the school. Thediseipline
Is stritsand -none need apply who ob-
jeeftto this feature.
Students are compel ed'to board
with private families, there being no
S eiinary department connelted with
the institution. -Good board can be
secured from $4 per week up.
Anyone desiring a seholarahip ma
confer with H. H. MeCreary. Gaines.
ville, by letter or otherwise..

TO STUMP DOUBTFUL STATES.

John Sharp Williams Places His Ser
S. vices to Democracy. -
S New Orleans. July 14.---A telegram
--om Jackom. Mises..ss that Con
_ g dresman.. lhnt Shar nnediams wite

lace his services at the disposal oi
the nationL -Democraticeommitte
States during the oman campaign.
S He exopeaits to go to opus about the
time of the meeting in the east of the
S national committee. .
Mr.- Williams' presence ain imssissip
p l will not b ecessary during the
iesmpagn, the presidential andcom t
gtess al contest In tha t state beang
S:t wall tents and purposes already set-


P. LI Sm PW.i g.


No. 8.1
M Dai
Sunday


-a: 4.


use; Piad.
with Miss


Oan tarn and straighten whole length
of Shafting and Pipe-Cutting
-upto12 irehes.


Money s1 Basis For Damage Suit.
B-rmingham. Ala,. July 14.--Ado-
hs Hllo ayk has filed suit for $1,000
* ages against Paris & Co., opera,
iters of a aaloon ad proprietors of a
S- monkey. kept at the saloon. the
basis of action being severe bitea I.n
le-ted by_ the monkey. He charges
that blood poison has set in and that
Ie -is in danger of losing his hand as
the result. He clalma that the attack
made on Imn by the monkey was un.
provoked an d unavoMableby him.
Why7 Not I.Asrto Speak Spanish?
y-ou an sem re a copy of Ahe new
ition of booklet eatited, "What so
Mb1 in Spanish and Bow so Say It"by
dng two eeats in postage to W. H.
ay. divliso panenger agent. At-
*lf iteotLine railroad, Savannah.


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TWET NAL sIACIAL
3 -.- .EWSPAPER.....
. Mi-. -. .:--


R-eveal-the News and Facts governing
Value.
Studies underlying causes of Market
Movements.
Reviews, analyzes and criticises Raifroad
and Indtlstrial reports.
Has complete tables of Earnings of
Properties
Quotes -active and inactive Stocks and
Bonds.
Records the las sale of Bonds and the
yield on Investments at the price.


charge, inquiries con-


Answers, without c
cerning Investments.
oe w hodaily tvuilt.
JOURNAL s better qw
Mya sadprdltably sad
meato thaone ae wh des

.--PUBLISHED
DOW, JOI
44 Bread Stre
THE OLDEST NEWS AGE
$1aY ear,
INVESTORS READ THE V


MYSTERY HAS BEEN SOLVED.

Woman Was Not Murdered as at First
Supposed.
New York. July 14.-Investigation
bas dissipated |most of the mystery
surroundingnthe death of a young wo-
man found Monday night in the hall.
way of a flat building In East Twenty-
ninth street
she waat first supposed to have been
murdered because of knife wound'is in
tie throat which appeared to have
severed the jugular vein.
It his transpired that the cuts were
made by a surgeon in performing an.
operation several fays ago. and that
the woman died, from natural causes.
Se. has been identified as a character
a the streets.

Nerve Tension.
A foe to health is nerve tension,
sometimes due to hurry and worry, but


nine times out of ten due to poor indi.-
gestion, a bad stomach, a torpid liver
or constipation. These conditions all
reset on the mind and ill keep your
nerves on edge If you do riot remove
them by using Gteen's August Flower.
There is no better stomach medicine in
the world than August Flower, and no
surer cure for indigestion or dyspepsia.
Trial bottle, 25c. Big bottle. 75e. at
W. X. Johnson's.

Indictment Quashed.
Trenton, N. J., July 14.---Judge Lan-
sing, in the United States district
court today quashed the indictment
for conspiracy against Albert C.
Twining, David C. Cornell and George
1F. Kroessel. officers of the defunct
First National bank of Asbury Park.
Arguments on the motion to dismiss
the indictment were heard yesterday
by Judge Lanning.

Was Wasting Away.
The following letter from Robert R.
Watts of Salem, Mo., is instructive:
"I have been troubled with kidney die.
ease for the last five years. I lost
flesh and never felt well. Doctored
with leading physicians and tried all
remedies suggested without relief. Fi-.
nally I tried Foley's Kidney Cure and
less than two bottles completely cured
me and I am now sound and well."'
Sold by J. W. MeCollam & Co.


Pli
New Vo
plague ha;
according
that city.
measures


ague in Rio *aneiro.
rk. Jnnly 14.--The bn1oni
s appeared in Rio Jan. ir:
to a Herald dispatch fro.
The municipal and stat
have adopted rigoron
to check the epidemic.


Cheerfulo Recommended for Rheu
maisnm.
G. Hibee,Danville, Ill., writes
De. 2, 1901: *About two yearsago
waas laid up for four moths. wit
rheumatism. I tried Ballard's SOIm
ema cherfuly reoomend it to
ferisag from lHke afflistiooss" :J


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STake The Atlantic Coa,

FOR-ALL EARTatY POnMTS
N -r th w t S i t.h '



-T i 3For-a G- .l .a
Rapid Transit and Unsurpai'ed S

Time Table in effect June 5.,19.
art af &AIEESVlLLK


st Ine


Yr


sense seen


S- :-'_-_ ..... -" -- '- ;. I -- -_
. Xpm High pprui 1M- leM
Da~ ^iyr''-, ^ 9ia : ^';^^:;~ ^


THE WALL STKREEET 1 Oat Lebu, md
lke to ijvest u* aj iterediate .
21 adp~e ambot last- bw -
n t Dai l r h, E. .tadW Vme _jg

-DAILY BY- 12:15 am High 8pring-, Wayeros,. Savannah, Brumiek, a_.pa__:
Daily t Albany Aa all Poinm "Notq Ea West
ES & CO.. ...
rtL New Yort. Roeelle ,ieaopy and Cit
NEC OF WALL STiEET. .i i "
$14 eath. 3 .. ...7 .... "- a
FALL STREET JOURNAL ex.wo High i-."

hIntea geable Mieage Tiwket good over 18,000 mBssafqm the -i
eipal always the Soorher Satesare on ase b he bay gs tO _
Through Pullman sleeper Port Tampa to ew Y. r i i
, F a Rpc. Lie; also via Atlantc Coast Line a Baow. h
Ar t:.-a R aC3,road Report. fo'Foreomplete inforatio, cal .-
tousi r y. Ala.. July 14.-The see J. A. OOODWI N. Ti-.k A ote
retary oi tA<* sate railroad comrnim- ddrem:
shoa is sending oot ficks on which FRANK C. BOY.8TON, Com'l &..Agt.. W. StA.
the railroads are to make report 0ot W. Bay s ., Ast'-or BagildigJaei -
operations for the year ending June H M. EMERSON" T.i ralt. WJ CA--- a- A_..
30 last These reports are expect .. Wiigton, N.C." --Ba: -
to be back in.the Off1ce of the mcora -- ... -__..- --- --- ----. -,
mission by September 1, so t th- te - rr i
secretary can make it report t to tihe F i- ,i -- .
governor on or by October 10, the day l _ n
apecined by lawr.
B 1 CORREuTY W

I Ul _S.
oli' itf a tbare of your bmine. "




-- gents for e-


Sr afe and lok iCompany
J~ -ie- F _orida.4a fr 014 4-
SThe Victor" i the bet afe ade ri
-- ig the purchase of a after, orf in thatis -
-- ra br ta-a vmnh,. wMi sa amayr
Jas. Everard's Canada Bit o. B.
p A by*su ingM 8 a. a at-*" - ,-
RED STAR. b:y CISgs & a la .

As good as any and better than mot Information cheerflly furnished AnE.
Beer. Made of Hops and Malt
and NOT RICE.

Per.-z. .. . . . $1050
.Per arrelD on.$1050 IE "
Per^ Doen Gainesile & nuI Railwy

aXiesieMchineWrkiB THEFRUIT& VEGETABLE SROUt


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Daily


OF FLORIDA. I
Tim Table in eet July 5.II1.


No. 1. I
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STATI ONB.


Dfl a8


Lypg LF aVAMi Ar.Mr IP A MAI
75 ...... Fj. guiaeId...,......-............. ......;#0

s ....... ........................
S1 ........ ..........
S30 .................. ... H.........--
f i ... f*o ... .... *......r .... * -
15 L .. ...t. ........ ,"r ,o . ........ 1--...... 2.
SS0 .. ...... .....M -l y ............. .."."" -""" a-
8g- .. .... .. .. a Beh .. ........ ......... .- --
. .5 Ki rkw y o .. ..d .- --
S ....... --- ...... ..... .......... 4
S- ... .W.... .. ......,.+.. ...,............. 4
15 .o.. .. ....1.. ........ 4.
l 6l v15 Ly -645 A 4
1 6 640 70 ....7 : ....... .. .t.
:12 go 727 L5 -72 ...... ...... 80 --l 15 0-O
12U ~l26 '77 Ar 7 . .
7 Ju. 71 8 -
..., ..-. 00 J:4* . ,W 68.0..0 JaB : i ._ ...W- ...u.. .
.4 81if .LLake OC,0O. IL.FTStu TW
... p ...Taahmms& -A .L....,1, s 5n. -
1 ...... .-..a-l

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MACHINERY REPAIRS.


COTTON GIN REPAIRING
A. SPECIALTY-


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.rcItl eat orted to the heoae of
iletotB. I byf ofl s peial wjoi
m- o .w.hichltM Noelly:a
i eso at, loert the maertos be


F by the heC"al3 committee om
p eAnt.seat&W i .th jy. ofte
tn change. T e- h ;ouse; s*u
tc secton uproin f4orthelaterlao
Sand lrefat a.t b matter t ino
rus atesd, by D. by the Oexecra
eemt oef or esuc-o ae rtnee sol
iry tecnral be sftectionl ris

s to psatsded tatbo ith ar



D _w i e Miem.. t e
S- ton the regule with oly .o


erfe a Tdheft toath mer amen


-;a / -rtr .. -od.
W-A si em6 toIght that for pir-
astet sad unmereifual sortore has
fasaps never been equaled. Joe
-eblk of tOols, Oal.. writes: "For
2oy a I endured InsuffeableW pain

I ea acr i t-
mit'*#a thesgreaftetimedieine on
1-- m-". -A f.w. botile







ie-!-shape oro some time, i -e-cared
us Joluts good for liver and kid-



fer^ttent of the roads aneed will b
Vind no40-
ersviawerr, a 0.. July 14.-The ew.
b ili ad:tf hdict eh spans the South-
ert aiodC. N. a-nd I -rai-ds. of
nd xT a .tre.t which h"i as een in
aNthape for -some time, is Tceles
A- e ttentm -:of the roads and will b '
repaired -at :onu. The workw is- be
a egoneae at tlhe request of the cty

4o;jgaa FarmerTakn LTife.
iAthe- saie. O. Ju st ly ad S1-Thoias
-lpe a-; f-armer viga -- near -Rocky
M t Ga..m. ha .Committed sucie i;.











'etl ag ituselL Orey n was~p
od TVt* ate* to Wakhi.gton, p. C.
Amus C oM Une, the quickest
zhby~ to hors aind eleven mib-
Btfm Iekmeonvinle to WWsson
-* exertion rate, Jacksovmille to
SWathiuon sad retain, $37. Tickets
new amls. ;Florida and. West In-
di A Limited, fastest and diset aU-
leaM aethmnv*lle at 9a. i. arriving
in WO iigtoa 7M a. m. following
inrmiBg. No 40, Ate tiZ Coast Line
A., tu ivlomJ i Washington 11 :SG p.
m4 snjdug -An excellent
h ost antio' pi-

best line.
s B"-slua "i M- Pullmssa drawing-

S^I^^''^M6^11^1 @w *: *' -


No matter how long you have suffTered, Foley's KId y


Cure will help you.


This we will guaratee


It -as cured many cases of Bright's ease and Diabetes that
d ~~ben thought in-curable, howev we do not clim that it-
will cure se diseases in advanced stages as no medicine can
make w kidneysforyou, but Fy's Kidney Cure will

positily cure every case of kidney or bladder trouble if
take n time, and even in the worst cases of Bright's Disease
and Diabes it always gives comfort and_ relief


Reember when the kidneys


are afieted the work 'of


destruction never ceases, so commence taking Foley's Kidney

Cure t once an avoid a fatal malady.

Foley's Kidney Cure is made from a prescription of a


list


Skidney ise~ses and was used for years in private


practice before it was put on the market.


THRE PHYrSICANS TREATED HIM WITHOUT FUO .
W. L YA of Paducah, Ky writes: I had a severee case of kidney die- e d
thiee of the best physicians in southern oKentucky treated me without success. I
mhen took Car The first bottle gave imm ediate relief and three
bottles cutred me permanently. I gladly recommend this woaderful remedy."
SUFFERED TWENTY-FIVE YEARS
EvsoUR Wins of Moas. N.Y., writes: "I had been troubled with my kidneys for
twenty-ve yeas and had tried several physicians butS received nO relief Anti I
bought a bottle of ri'A CmU. After Ausing two bottles I was absolute
cured. I earnestly recommend 's K MU y Cw.
.r, ,. ,d jft A ,3, ,W uC


s En -E E .I.T j. W. '.o.U U M.


.trti.' a Iinnls- Byeak nrin.'rinv; ft.:, lMy 1o, ya]nw in ., L. I
Af'r- t*ks 'we"re"ubiquitou ""1 "" Commod ous,
sters are certainty the best road briek-


enr in Africa. Among the hilts some of
the rhinoceros paths were extraordl-
narily well graded. Unfortunately the
rhinoceros has a hide three-quarters of
an lah tbick asd 0o does not see the
aneii fy of clearing the thorn bush
from over hi road. An elephant in
more cosiderate-he makes a clean
wreep of everything."







AUGUSTA GA., $400







With Day Coaehee and PCllman Sleep-
ing Cars. Via_



Leave Jacksoaille.. ..... 7-45 p. m.
Arrive Columbia .... ... ... a. in.
Arrive August.... ..... 66 inm.
Tickets limited three days in addi--
tion to date of sale, good returning on
la8t train leaning Columbia and Au-1
gusta Monday, July 26t.
Further detailed information will be
furnished upos applications to
J. LUSK,
l-: .W est -:-- St i ., -- -. .- - -, .ia


Table Urexcelled.


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-L--fthr in Strips or Sides.


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GA INEVILLE, -


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Gin, and Supplies for Same.
FLOIDAI, US A


Three Times the
Value of Any Other

One-Third Easier
One-Third Faste,


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not fail in any point.
Rotary Motion and Ball Bearings
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S~oiannm ts t a "Proteesor." sai N y to.. te~ ..
--idrb._ eletoif -whbat yh c sons Oer the )*moat .c rl.. r- DE N d S-' i
I t'- -K-S.IZ .... W. th5atm ya fewe re w" he Ist of what you offer for sale. 24. -
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payn-sonlpla e t Z i s rae E. BAKER,
& o da h n Bo o- t ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
ao- f, .ot- theo oft moon being nhabited.l F OIOR IN -CHANCERY.
re Cattle a baronetr7 'Im elldfted r marked wi* h_ Joasb. "Noage.
ga nto.etiwlr wrth a refumt. of ore th t a d l -,
i hl ian tt4 toi his W fat tberMes o e the people when GAINESVILLE. Alachus Co., LA
4na-ityOde soanet?-tI o" tle b there is nothing but a little streak ofElo
4-M esaw t v y U iintlt b aO Offie in Endel Blek.
-sthpoke of him only as 'a t- Mse orne 'w... -n a P DL. H..ALDEEMA. -,
e L "Pa, sa the s n f the captain of DENTIST.
------ H i t .2. : ds U) [ Ss-e S eeweioSeis s Atolme-
THE ONION CURE. ofm Inreasi tDUe aApital stock er. -wnDesso'tCtsas B*ff
ry time ttie public can be hypnwtized S1e" us" to Crowa" lk as worAk
-6rWia SS to bohying a fewer more shares the

? ,bBl:Nk-ye ars - U .. iTi N O 1 .s O. m

i ----ag si .nd ep e a leyce when you are"FveamdwsO eze keie New Y- r Cus.
f---ot a WA a - fire,t "d- "M-
Sing t form a s lated that by giving la now her father F11 0..
r the y and simmer Ave or would have to pay for the bicycle.
la d aties .a to t bT HE WEST END
-: t-othe e s j:ust as hot as theo FNE WINES LIQUORS & CIGARS
4wn bear It. In about te w. The easet, chehpestd best remedy
----e ge --e po6-tl-. and thus -. for astarrh, -olds asthma and all "di- sJONa =E AM Pnos. eserw
-e MIYW and applyln& and t a eases of the throat, chest and lungs sa st19 W. aDas..tJackuonwaera.
ep en.t W-ill bet ot-- Qua r Oil the new discovery. It is n,
And word of.- cal 'pr:et:y, armle eventox Send Your eas e -in Jaaslonvle
It areoat or ~th bad ai g nu*aranteed to give perfe Order tsoe the
to isfaion i every ase or money willD ARRY LE JA I

a ready befo_ t o -g pe impossible, quickly destroys DENTAL URGEON
Sis rmreddisease terms and insures ful, per-. L SURGEON
awittiy :_fe-iawW. na"tu a breathing through- the
---tril. -Forsale by R. W. Vanse, Poreeia I.la Workf- a.nd e ae tsa sn of
ier|e S t-pt a momt.s. expeof Islan- d Grove, Fla. e .. Spelal esm
the body surface, which becomes e- omee ito ier Law Excha -e.
eti.glyfsetnstt veto a H liA. GAINESV ILL FLORIA
-osmOUFAURTNG LEEP. CRYSTAL SALOON,
s eir i mai all ws J .se rnk GardonaSer. Prp'r.
--o--t- sleep s -tha.....bJack so ille, - Florida
Te 4A oect of ehoulthav 1 erfey -.rle A
t gand t Best Impord ted and Domestic Liquors
art haye been, not hiappropriately, e and Wines in the city.
a0-ied to "tripod -of life," as upon
1s9a nsa the prosperity of the whole
e. w a a ----- .... | MAX KRAUS S,

.-- ai- -eatest eas for l ngs $A... tow
o haL ___ftud by Wf for,
s o be by p d lave pre 2A WEIL &. E LCO. %
_M jeoh al ln HARLTON, c. Orders sent to us cityL SHOA%
athe aea points closely to the Ot AX eriUs.

ta ..t .... t o and the class 0
A quiet pahy--rpao 5georOAenda
T. A f- Go -. SS- h As Every
waruth and atebafag heart work to bound to please. parwran*e-.




with the etiquette of ots. A Lan. fid WatcH MIv T
Arnica womana wished to be po-1 r ._ AI II -l
se eedat the court of the king of o


axony. The high cedals, having to- g. elthe WT.AL ____
qalrsi iate her modial standing at home* -ee S~rno* witasaoiifro12-o__a
dmelted. They represented t her Mehant Luh fom 12 to 2pm.
i h 3aa eetS* y 'sth of ster, abe Im.
Magte e aresHbootmake. The oealet obAWIN state
L Vamum mW bmw H ttchC S end US Your
,... abledhome and told 5rO the prices, ___SedUsour_,,, pe5d Wy w as. Dm.
[ br fater the linatio.. Th ,es yeait T810.
moasaft owe "heive PONmr* 8
it U'W ctem Itche -e Next Order
.ving them away. Se advetUW- ,. . teak, Fish, Chop. OaAMe i saMB,
to. order. Pool, Biliards, Bowag
That asred the od clty. She was flluU Aley. MW SW. Bay s.
ewend a the daughter of an end-
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A wsses% uHa s.
More patent. become daUsaused 6e.
-ame thare not visited often enough
ftM becaiMe they are required in pay
Ba xco.*vioe Oneof ftoo
eteraui *miems that I ever knew was
e that ad e a yag -meoaleal
- a ir *vtai made be-
e 9and 11 p. a. alagle day,
=lem two iitts waitd hAvew bm so a
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Ii took Jurte iasertionol
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a a.spraied B kle.
If you iMa anything fr a beast
M-- a. ea. p o and boggy, yoe will IdM


S drtge sM via G. G. By. Nine
bois atspring and return ame day.
Osly one dollar. Through eache f
Ho-. Fred C-ubberly, collector of
mi atois for the port of Cedar Ke,
waN. S among the prominent persons reg-
thlmd i nrt b i steered at the Brown House yeste r
rIqurkii by 0day.


Sdetly believe in e- old adage that,
i t The Board of Countyl Commi loner
p Too "He We R sWa Read ae been i session for the past three
in heiL .-- dy eqnaiing tai aeismen. T A

ument b- ^been iDnresmed will be
i--porsale au bhe al pu e the Dailyoand Twi e-a-


sale heap. Mrs. T sk a.
-s gw .Dr. D. Hick, of Otter Greek kit
e Is at .!.er mm m thed last week f lr Arizona, where he goes
a tteopeiof benefiting h health.
b :-lli- es - : eei sul ag with lun
a-itakveaeio oarme oeapilag a fore time. We hope lhe
S:wr s: d will reivM e geat benefit by a change
en W erfful~alve fer >aIe oflimt B o eIa-DeIoea .
gI?' tkf ":-lvBoad of.the TmeWCBn -.
eet at th e resie of Mrs. Ti. PF
IsU SM w one of the waraset MeBeath Fray afternoon at 6o'l0eek.
aeritjte|' a esperieasad. t i hop every member will be
be l tert karet is welapplled present. MXs. A. R. HAaxR, presi-
k p h wl eikh retail at $1 per; dent; Ma, J.L. KXa, secretary.
he; O.D. HSuff of Evinaston was among
frntm lo rinda are anMsalag mueh the visitors to this city Wedneday.
hto eklate in the alleys and Mr. Huff and family, A. E. Miller and
0S., familyand H. M. Smith and family.
F. McElstry retured yester. all of Eviston, made their departure
rfseia week's *sojour atWorth- ysteday for Warm Spriags, Fla.,
aSprings. where they will speed the next few
K.emn Mr J.v. Be-oek of Taeom ma w
e tGae le on a trading e P. M. Oliver's Aetion loom., south
Sto s. eo a tradig e side of s Wall treet. i the cheapet
store on earth. Buys for cash, sells for
'he Se Job department wil do eash. Ronas o risk, is why hean di-
Srinti.g in first-cas. se atvide his pr*ft with his customer.
Oiver llbuy anything from you, or
_Pr~r sell anything for a u etion or
Os., lesge, well furashed room to private sale By all seas call and
eOaN ekest toeasqare. Applyat *ee him. 19.


r"hase b asb
a inlnd which vi
B Ig ttlillfifiBarmo.,'

4eas a.aarts,
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towers are of
a Athlsn eigbo
geass a V weeds
swikBse brbee."4
4 laptaia T.
tes:";| 3ti. finer
duyyet eesday iro
eeas OB a shopph
"Osatalope o
g loid lote wiU

W. N. Daughti
s^.ahpla~g his regei
F...5, has return
akhes ap (uarte

Little Miss Bin
lyof Nage bhut
pas, after a plea
0. B. Diley
wretared to her h
to.n. Edgar IL.

therm distrit ri amenet the East I
seala tt reodiarg
3.0. Ilewberry1*'


A few subqcrlbers to thispaper seem
ot 5.000 old papers to think the manager can meet the
ill be dosed oat i weekly payroll with "eomplimaentse.
e at $1 per 1000. e most appreciated compliment
_iy editor of The they could pay The Sun would be to
_ a boaine- trip to pay their subscription. "Compli-
stermedate points. ments" will neither bauy provisions or
frequent occurrence pay the princess.
shood. causing the 8. L. Crew of LaCroesse was i town
to outatrip "the man yesterday and made The Sun an agree-
able eall. e reportegood corn and
Eaglih ani dangh- cotton crops in that seetion, notwith.
English,were in the standing the drouth that has prevailed-
m their home at Ta- for severaltweks. The farmers are
ag expedlioW. rejoicing over a good rain which fell
r pi le iI rates. last Wednesday, however, which has
be on hot based growing rops to get a hump on
oted app*ion. them. Mr. Crews ay fodder-pulling-
rorks a ~l. willoo be. the order of the day
around LaCrome.
ey, haIaing completed
stable crop at Rosky Read This.
ed toGal esville ad Mobile, Ala., Feb. Is, 18i0.
r at the Magnolia Dr. E. W. HaR, St. Louis, Mo.-Dear
Sirr During the past year we. have
abhe Warrea, former- sold over twenty-four dozen "Hall'.
now residing at Jas- Great Discovery" for kidney and blad-
ant riit to Mr. and der trrmbles, and during that time
have rived a no complaint.
, North Gaue ville, Yours rspetfully,
ome yesterday. 0. V"A Awrwzi & 8o0.
Johnson, the efient A Texas Wonder.
idr from the Haw. One small bottle of the Texas Won-
lone of the leading der, Hall' Great Disovery, cures all
dd, wam in town ye- kidney and bladder troubles, removes
to his oeil duties. gravel, e res diabete. emial emia-
sues. weak ad lame ba&ks. rbeem.-
_ ofUeladigSma i of ea
i_ Spri wa m in y and bOder in both me- a"d
bMt owing to the ft women, reglalses bladder troubles in
ei-e hias baitv fg MMldMn. If at sold by your drm gist,
Oaln.. ev..i........ ..e u astjuj. art.
f D.f WiObe sten at res ed
dihiwrtlnt ale. ge 4 ES-m9h fails to perfeMw a

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Wa ated-Man to sek on & w 1. bej
-Ao er W m.t.em-glea m es s 4
h-0 e"ke deffvh* amelt apeaem _o r-"mm-wil be fueat ke e 3am
poing as e-pma ve lmsy to osI-. I-l k p. M. -elay.
anbtm who sed antiea omf t- iyB k-iu, h h Me i -
osut through Abe amal, l. seef fSrsowvua weeks on a visit to hser s,
esge being raqred B, wbemst A S. Daislyaski of Hamnoooek 2Mge,
ame seat wasaees pior to iasag- left yete4rdsy for her bon-t* see*
atolu of the free delivery. .York.
Water Noice-Waer wl ies' ig c ,
take notice that at 8 Veeeka Friday asida, business cards, and say Mr
tam idol am & OR
mormnw g. July -5tb, the waterw-O N&a i. of OW"i -.riftsd m i ljimew
wi eclod &n sfoeveri al hourn
t order to eleiamersesrvira spring,* WAS, ti e- taJu
Th done to prevent the pming of e.
disyad e water io A. ead, Barneville, Ga.;. .
as petlly B. Ma ag aWmbia. Tea ; J. &Ha-
The weather permitting a water-r
Bmelon party will be hl on MaorLei. C. wee i
Tow's lawn tnis afternoon from 4 to a e Boue yesterday.
8:0 o'clock, to which all members of There will be a meeting of daSter
the Junior Epworth League and Lodg ALo. t .LO F., at dho lo
Orange Blomom societies are cordial- room over Datton's bsak tonight. Al
ly invited. This fuotion will no member are requested to be pveeat,
doubt prove a very enjoyable one to a there will be work in the seomd de-
all who attend. ree. Visiting brothers will eeeiv t


Consumers of city water should tillR
all the pa. l and other similar recep-
teele. around -their premises thi
morning inasmuch aS the water sapply-
will be cut off promptly at 8 o'clock.
This step is necemary in order that
the reservoir -ay- be thoroughly
leaned out., The water supply will
,be ent off for severalhours.


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.ordial welcome.
The tax rate im Alashuas eoaty will
be mueh lower this year, thanked as
the redaction in the State tsx by Gv-
ernor Jenings and the reduction -
county taxes by the Boaed of Coauty a rcX ar
Commissioner 'Can'*. the C
Fathe r follow suit and give a
relef from the S mi o-lls w


rn ii TOIl BEAUTY


~eM In gs~fti1ille by 3.5.


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W. Stripling, J. W. Fudger. W.
L. Lamkin and LJ. Taylor of Jackoo
viiie were registered at the Brown
Hose yesterday.
Dr. J. F. MeKinstry, Sr., wife and
daughter, iws Belle MeKiastry, have
Worthington Springs. This resort is
quite popular with. aine" ille people
the present season.
The rower of canloup report
good profits from the erop which has
just been harvested. A few planters
whe erops suffered from drouth, and
were consequently late in fruiting. are
still shipping at remunerative price.
Mrs. B. F. MeCall, Jr., formerly a
resident of Fairbtaks, thi t co ty,
died at Jennings, Hamilton county,
yesterday of typhoid fever. The many
friends of Mr. M Call in this county
deeply sympathize with him in his sad
bereavement.
If the city dadswould take a look at
some of the back lot on thesquare, as
well a other sections of town, they
would no longer doubt the necessity of
a city sanitary inspector. Many pre-
mises are in a very filthy condition
and should receive prompt attention.
Several property owners who have
invested in two-.tory buildings on the
square view with alarm the eonstrue-
-tio of what they term the many
"cheap John" one-story store roomI
onR Wall and W-et Main street. They
fear that the -more expensive store-
rooms will be vacated for those which
rent much cheaper.

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