Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/02252
 Material Information
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: 09 1, 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: VID02252
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
lccn - sn 95026977
lccn - sn 95026977
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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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F Par ast It i$ Thought a Battle Is
Udder Way Which Will O001t U1
Cntreverly lStween Ruela a*nd
|Lo (terlbuirg., Augul t 80.--.sl
P .mi.--The long'xzplcted little at
SiYiang lhas bugan, and the twou n
S te0 are now lightingg what probably
V111l prove to be the decialve battle
dI thte cainpatgn.
The Jaiuusos aree attaking GOefnral
.urtipatkin's furcee upon hil ohoeta
gftit.pd. and hli friends fn4 a dntrerl
*e0 are coMidenit that h'vlne ae Scet
d a general engasgment, hi w3ll 4dO
't It ie Japanese, In thief tW
m' received this mIrnig. KM i pg
l'B says tihe general advance of' Mth
Japanese began yesterday at poon, thuh
#sliian -tutinitoe falling back Up91
the mal llneas. Tfh hemalest Utinul,
i aiu taklpg placo when, h* 4 iApitch
vi,. ai paentj point 10 miles south-
e ist of .liaKnug., where tthe Japlianps
0se nie to be vcoontrtatlung for thelt
iltts' blow. '
l.:: 1ti +lutsitn iufferd rl prtnelitl
rqVly',i'e shrapeii' *re o. the .'p.',
a 4 till ry The Japaieie islect
'i' e itikadlo's birthday for the d!
W battle, and )it will pot boe ur.
g 5. If today Iu alueo iiuxllzed by
I.4ran i assaiti on Port Arth r. Th e
uitislait fot-c', are disposelt at Lia'
y.as to htieet eI light of
i,,t Japanese armles described In
"'i u dieptrtclies ye.tu:erday. The tel
egram from Kturoptkitn. which gives
this itnormathl(. tpeUther with the de-
wtils of, the retirement of the Ruitsian
troops upon iiao Yanl, have not been
4iven out. for atrategetlc reiasons.
'he combnlt h amiues of Gcnera.
SKuroki. GOveral Okr anst nrneral Nod'
so, prohp ly exceed 2i'.O00 men. Thelt
*,,05 arc e eonshlerbahly Hpiisnohr It
ulnlbers to Kuropatldn's, but thle Ruti
s(, I onmmandlr-l4n-li loer proahllyu re.
Ile on the strengil-h satl character ol
ShIpolltion td uveroopiie the disparity
ils nutmtbers.
The war office 15 waiting with s
tle0&6lthleis anxiety for news of the
it4res of tht liattl'e on wllch so
ot"uh depends
S'. hower otf hrapnel.
,Uao'rYanii, Aniglitl .0.--o0 a. m.-
',!rom i o'click this mounting up, t6 9
t 'iocktlhre rhaB been an Incestiant,
SShowerl of threpnel.., The sound ol
A,: lnnonadint is coming tr-i thhie'outth,
Vhere the Japainel evilently bave niu,
k' ierous it. Ml.eadly uhella nrie
,'utr4nttig. eveywhere, their wlhit
klk. beilng. dlstinetly' traceable
lh*itult the dark folllae on the mToinO
ea ldotid I The Japne are a eRar r h.
lg the wlhol country side with their
hre eilectliux certain iquoireO of terri
Os which. ftor a rouw moment,
Siass a aiti of shot anld hell froini
lt thelr guns Thfoy then peths to nti
ther square, liit., working th, whlio'e
.Itd., "+ th fi t hn ihtinlt l pri ecisi'.
itu'tun rg il~-h~t -t' n fl"iiis way the
itlre Riussilan front ham Be'n sy.tem.
UtiAllty -,atereld in the flirt foui
I i.r O of t.i caollonogn.': Tihn' coi.t
IAcl the Hi'nerB! .lithsi't advance.
Aali tle '.wwhute iro i' Alt thti hur,

|ed. hut their tndftitry i' stte1, idll$
I tH i.5orward. .' .
? .4ll* Rulians harf. tbeef holding
:r.nnuvtlud gallantly, and their .lOuues
i imall onlfh!c'rinx the terrlblena
t of (the Japau te' fire ,
JaP9 DlOvitr Rusian Ruae.
J,; "ao YVSIg Atiguit 31"- 'len 'nihit
Mi Uie baiterlte took up the. ttrent.
rear gutid lighting lh o thivoun @
'U to coticel' the niovi4nit.tilt wuto

ti! BtiVanurl ,Bpluyi5d mornilng. Fu)i




Kranovarh r#t4aemt u l, tp ithe duty Gn I WALWM QA INt As4 fA"A
1 o covering the retreat of general Far VEswI P
ouahleirsr fourth ,ail(erlst army oorps, VUg
The tk w. dllltnt (e SULTAN 3I *ifl W
cnMtlapp:l to advance. depoyln .liht ight / MeuI i*fw:l.
tountalp gun. aalnat 'tte RleRiu u i .....' : d0v ,lu.r* At lei." ,SI! e
rear a'id, left lanko iand; It ,was ltmper. "
"y ^ 'S^ 1^^. K...W-H,. O^g.imt of; asUi
baok Io n ermlt the remov of the b as dis
a Aind arOillery trainl. Mleny ten .r Abdul d. tas ariu ed here eIil* to t r 4i
were mired and the hor exha td WHO FEARED Hit P W the i I 0 ter 0 n lmelta l
The Coaack l and ni ny man wr --- Llous sat mt eares he 1
htrnt*eMl to the intws and tmade pent His satt Yiears n .lSltal iRo. ln theo f soowl el al mei
haul tb rou along, it wase op w work,whtob hO lea .ets
bnrth w ell the oflly othir a v edon. Vfina mnt-W Mra Thlty. Three thLety. lr i tho k eoll eas l ',Ee
The ordr tll preenulty of the. retln moerelgn of the Houee of Osman. o f"rev*pHisPO r llls t
ment on th D east front was expert. Imprl nm it Me rauel t! tr a r. ag o *n v t ealt has a
-nedd before Van HIVtt plPass. where at
It wasll neeuary to hold the. Jlpitee Condtutlnople. August 31,--*iasp of ,irst, I M = i
In rheek until the arttllery transport Slltan Murad V. te d V ei teril d9 41, atiofron* soa e et te
Prassid through and tried to, kelp In "b jfrede r whilo be i so the eti
teocha witt tihe tenth lrmy s sesad re Hed. , Sa '1t 0la4. of ea ise
feul by, General tleric lulm ann, to the It wa, relpoted, In Mhay loa t f beeo m i ilOi d h ad .a dee e te!

nvrt s well ad the sout.her division, Vnarom th iena hat laiutadV the thirtlM s lr bs adte y
int order to prevent e a t urnfng mO le sovereign of the Hou"os0e ot i60 .'1 i8 4 du!o m the lso t o. pa r
meont. dyni adnd,4 at te i tlme i however hwero hi t ill o
From dawn untu l drk wthe imen elar Ported -fromM the se.e aeo that hilare
Stro ps. although tatinued byr four da dhernti allh oVelr Tirke keown r' r r orwMrb t*y w go g f.
Its, g sifi, mln t ainU.d a rear ua rd i lo. the You n Turksl, ner e f t he d oetl'e f tu ,*ire, e at-i

n ,.aid hbi the r. ing and only awaed.as the ol. oalle u f ao
WHIPPED TO DIATHh c MO .n wiL In l trr tlon, to r" e ` I.tl M lit

gatitS 4)sid held his wife 1a^'; t^ra Pw.ilPe palace, ocenpl Abdul:Ht wit so y h 4*w. h*
Sulioch' -" W lt hlrad, V'was boie'In 840, a" aa,

t oeunari y h l t tway. Aftnr t ee u tuid the throne a ofter thal mr off'Ittev I
Ane s te r Traged .theo ultan A ebdul ,AsIa Maxt$ill, 1N
Stanteboti w A th l Mu l r July of that's yearlyr' ll ho W s ll400d t r t,
tO ee ttt ,ado onho an a l'A elt n a2W ththth nhe ,, sund on Aug. t hUnlitmtr 8,hi
o tl wn t hk upp ra rt of hI llo Atdi t h l t en d. tt I t a b t b ileiasa i ci etik m w ,N u *
Saturday litlt Iy a nou Of live mno, Th real fts I th .ea4elnwe0t" moremeI i heit atee
tarrkld out li .thh w land whippetd will, probabll- never .be klteptt, bt, a. 04. t e llnd ay ihlo l Iis..o
severely sitd thn shut. froni e c h i b ee limed tiht M hd wMa a t t the ri e
feOt O f which i. liey d inoo aferterwrdtol. ieor deal' march a k to t00 bYoga thi s Oh i t 's he si

:Befoirede whomrithoJ41er he 4e o11"WOUretst th t1rb o Ate. O t o
o 11mpeh heengretes -o-r r jde ss i-7 Up
lttu t~ pt numer dO fwhit e lb liamidanxAtefe eAWa t sIctoiea. to mofawe the 41p10%
etkgro p9opl e the manner. in which e t'atthis Turkls l "Maln with th Iron 1
wtas hanlediand told the nwalmes oil w n io ahehal bean 'tedin. mtgh Iaptd h.itM a tr ie
threo of h ihsi n a dsa auts. apefruomt his 'lMayt ttr f emnta o the c rl*'sli ,* 8
e tnld as mon e t00 hi.ole ex c t ,frs the8l e1 i n Pr i l at o th e net $flif oa
H said th ol' m ameto .o n th. Chera lpalm*sel dn.ide-'eix iip rtotiate Vevil s t e
ant hihait d hhniat the dour. e ivn oI )t erhe a lg he W s removed to soe t tli 51 sholh bAeht Lt i
wes. M.pVinedr thui n tewica n Ie iii th'b i Hrt., li t nte g bun t e -hl l im
ttse and thel ( his wife aortea b awhr. le! ee u .w ....ed b from Wam ophicallYli wil i

thpr lhaft to y that h# boped th thu Carried ,him sway.I Ao is rrounisd *:.by,' loftyY ia.iPAlI t
had' mo eny w ld bo f timen iON o wifeA" ..... .atly Iat.r.ted tion. OI er.Ar 1Il eiW"i!ie -
eard- o everlu glansPBrod a' ite o f, *the ec r el .. ....f...so
",r ae le e y ws see. ill a t ofh pnra e n6 aby s eng.DI.wWllber u a 1*f
ono tinie In tLYhe night hlirlde. ic several fioregneru s who" dhec l reld' t a but lxhib ,wh o th.N

f lt hi. h -s hou se. badly beaten ad tog hhW t a n as d haggard ip l to fJ t r tso te b s1o
shot n the rackin ever n lto t in a tpp tiearnce th e f o r "1 u t L' ita..a bdlaeloh.i tI O"gs"'t d'i
ttevf~ratl hf the white nelgih W. i notlost his majestle bearing "thlat Ibahu stsla
notifted and wobt to see the niro b he preservat the mappsncr ofso d isi o wolf Woat ot Vaaln h s1

ant bytik lh t. tatl 31-A l anA I tot of 1Mf1 T1 xas (10 m nt inftmeo d tb eo .apa to aBd C 'hiofIItA sottiAthetflai tqs
d th Co roner I t. 0, alnford was tal facluitti nt w. ob 4 t oy tge t l i l O ti .
anotd u nd held an Intqtle t. The ront em ent of itira hat, betein o'e p ofr'mr,,JeOe be *wyw '
The killing wsil don ilte da one o the .meet cerlu e hrater oOtnl' esh. under ia bj o 14l
tanc t fron n thl place. it Itf was m i. n a tlerp were tll tow se lt:i The brlae ds to pop. I li
poistible to lan rnall the dc txiof hee bod and every preeUtlon was a e to pe. stre. t in n s i*,. t at ,
crime. The eur'li ct hof the coroueW ent any ntlli ce of vbp I Wae eP$, trh or
ury At su obtained, howeverB, nd th In dwCon nl the outalde world from ra sch Moliat wl t0ebut t
shrlI has goneo to arretit tile persona" tnI hIm. ", -,er l-ir other aate ,il.
namd Ill the ouerdlct of the Jinry. Althoith Mttra4 Is snn edtt i e revIw .e ,p w
T have t lt*W ed frm diabetestlW ha d ie r I li en o the r,0to 1tt frew 0 44 4
SHORTAGE OP !1.000. rally been undersinu, r ecordla'"t'o ,ara ,bato The. "r*0p
SoHt alhe pal ve reports, that n he wasn ar by hl tk nd then help t lttheMel
Safety tosIt S lit h ofx M' sad JMidce t froedti 30 o.cubereloklr t ,trcieflynp mhe lu i.o the tt'l

hirca g fot, wist t hicore- M Saln a n Soo w Sm''' T .totetere o (f l t r cea tMn tel.t b
hic gtr o which 31,e-With the -Pell adATOYST A .' l, ied out to hees W l t

dA t. < pn, reti .tiw for tol 'P. resi Tdent .f tho q as hvlt 'itle rs teeare 'Ti Ha lti.gli o g 1
aine fthe r ltig f W a ill, has corntelm t Cig Army Mad newUs, 18 aa" n i 'to i,)'
(ondeo,t o !f a mortgage ofr I69.00o. Th yt:en ii .,', ugs 3.1., VICTORIA TttrfAIL.i

..the . -4 .. y lanor ui s da 1t bay att.r eH illt*i*44 1 I >
lo tit of money an d b ends fou nd g (tlie s ia te fO so 'pa. ..
it s stated,. wa under: 3200.000, while except fWr the' fnal 'reedin,. IPiec t L t i c
'W0.9~ *) .o whe.to.tal.'an. .ut cuated. *Potsevelta nd t S ene )r Lo tLsdomy ,ae Vepege. lt
'Attorney C(enaee, -ren-eisng Hoe. !pent evernl 'ou attending t some Seattle. Wash, A uti L a '
Viq t l Imnportut t dopsaimental bu estda which tUho l argestLat sa.mil t ", te llas
to disl,,us .the "eemsingslhorlage.fur.J ad bee fuorwad here from W, .41sttUe Vtti, will S il) !,5,r
there than to that he hoped thb 'rexiAg.alya a N4v. I0 iarryig dlla ilie O 1i
-money would be fotind ln some Otti Ithe t he ti i ftUireri51_,0* he._ %e u i ',
twla s ot f 4 'fI,,k bt n.T w ip onod. tull i~ lis~~.tt e f l e t t elo n p u r p o s e s T h e s i pa w l *t v i ,a 1 4 si o 1
"Rin,. heltorlng: they will ti ot ,p i no passengers, ,b* ehlb'Ioi. tlad i04 l nto I tiaq I
NEG0RO LYNCHEDi thael valui it elerltluK thile'' morale cat$o.Wbutt exbiblti thp rbjt 4, r hei l s r0,ofh4
n ''.n'd dI's'elliii ofllh the trw)90tp enages, trip 'inI to'pltee prd4 ,,a 1 t .. The *fth a
Sedy WatAfterward ThrownA tt e n toh Ut Btltet S taltes btt l.eOhteaila. hat n *
AntiWAew Intoat, e p 'rup mt thh e mneuvrrs 'and one The ship Williltt4cio onl Y IIWn I ued.l a eh.m
.A lsl'.. ....... tof0e, Texeas r+tglmenta Inu'stedl tbtt Jalpatl s and huam Chss 4,sAustratiiit *
'"th'p, ltAnnurlf Hiekmns Ky:., bae. uhr111 be ItF. k e .t at.the e .a 'lports butt uelt a''
that Joseph iuiiupals. a negro who at.eet but, .' 'lure.idnt wIs obliged t4 the voyage Ii it ll t water. lil,
. .... ..l ,_spu. upn' ling, u eelnp sI l invitations. , w!ltno, T

..The e-ew.. h b ,r ht 00. lo e s4 f, "
SIi i gd disrtc* upo e t.e. n .c I
!!tl110.ti l *d Po Thelo ''ITi B D uim "' and,0 tg v ithier ";
Ieilel afbi W le s.L n, t l m nf all naetlo ins reoarll la thale bllckest
i t*ais 0 t,0 we cgWa vit of 01 hmtiarkt discuss. It goes from ad to
it* @s o^ W~A~ whole 11flfil. m o vore the .. ttle sore that tfrst tptmar alre pomrs folioel
Smot hr ime1' ,1h ldate i ( the *
ans e bl sh the suei o ll aintflame,, a m
lo a n 6"11. 1 o w Iw oo i,^", ,,.,.,.. = tgo f 9 1 A r i0 ".1". ra.o,,+
e t4 * .P y. "5 l h body t o p south a.n t tho ,.
s WSlei l B5I o l l .h. t *len ii lo, .o iebecone ulcrat l, thqhairand s Ie 0i ..... ete e. '
Po ehpH a wd0I,4 n e Alah tu .ight yellow *lotch t Tk the r ,, ,' o ,
"t f and+: lble ito #u. 0 for bm Vie *pparaneo an if the d1.Mw s o 3, U vansh, 0s. ih M W 'M5l rW ,
Is pbeye e~r V"P!eyi'birmlgtii trp Ife s ei o h o ut,4 at t .i. sFtag e tA
__oeeil h t behasboe*, If lhUsthe snt o oaa nerve in tht. t t becomr i Ote r 4 te wiU the
lifti: 1 1 i lu el,1 11411 "I'Viln l hey nti l+t$I IV "ol
bourn, ;1h wtlhn.lyb^^i.^l^
SI lp b lt 3 f mO, ro te ots ol ththair to te m of the f e t tier is not
SAn er M one ou from th oud pot oywihre. To care lthi.s awful ionta
to llB t 't U* n id St Poskal Hudquarelw to O; I th l ut first (1l tnuri ""t e"t nottn wilt
*|3 *Pl b lfet i t ho iis the filtui atll inl. this o quicklyantd surely r.) $. s. q., which 4t3 bcell
a all i llll 4i r o i oov tryars A an 'tidbet for tho poisb
to th e t 0 11.Mllihs o -faitheb d virtof o n ag o Slothel up^oan f $1,0, for thoefaith a .slt hm ck Itt for a tieo, in) it it coMia ack inb a still rmore g rava ted
ul, p fer ame of their d4ty, some ori. 8. $8 Is guarateed purely vegetable, and $r,(pO is ofeted or poo
WQ *OBA000. IStal t hl t h1s 55 tMn eaulnd bI* that it contalt a mineral ingredients Writc foi our hoimc-trmatiet k
__o__ 4 learn allabout CoataglouBiatod Poison and how to treat it. T charge
t, ..rn ".ol t Th* e lu k an is the pluekym en *U N9~A. 00 AU M i4. a
S i 'who lon Il. wi h for oha I noos 10 ll ____
I S l Itlprov ia4 o 1ho mklle th. moat of .
eve4y oppO.eillty he Ban see. I__r____________________ _I_______ _____ '_ _
Sreerri g 1of l World's Fair et*. RES1 1 T PONSBLE OOMPANIES,.
7"" V som opl e were (dosWed last Monday. It CORRECTLY WRITTEN .OLIUlE,4,
24* w nill, howeeseWo st mush as betr w ofbo LIBERALITYor POLIOYCONTRACT(T
t mubol gS S o p down the Pik.. .. Conidersiion PROMPT PAYMENT or LtiSiEHS.
SltoSS Of* '*** k on s. tlWe cover these important points and respeetfnlly
MvlstIA l i.Ilhy itll.iish 0t-1t1t.* love chosen solicit, a hate of your busiepts.
oak ltlo,. h Wbtior rt, rest where o 1
o c.' ". +,, l ,.j .' Fire,1 Life, Aciden't andi Hea lthlsuurae
AN t t urt f e l forest, withv st ts
Ai,, rot, I th,,14 4 e0 oks ,ear.Lug til _N_ Agent 'for the--
.igt. of ature o aelplsaeth, Que., Caro-
"1)1 04 l 4t1". "rl"tte anod, que '-n Vic-
B B .l t VictorSafeand Lock Company
44 a lWileso0r pt, was destroye4 by a a
i;aleLo A, e The* "Vetor" t othe best nate made, and partis coatempl at.
o Ia Ing the purohase st afe, or lithD i t hat lin. e,
( th teme1 ** I, ...f. rrom a box to a bank vau., wfilsave money
iI u*. Ot do you tlik you lan support t I by eoosvlting us. CaIl on or address,
l N Colre Why, we've W en. "yrSHM A IZLL,
r M ll? . r .m ainf nnIto i antfanyto fullnh4d. 0AINiSVILLE. FLORIDA

Iia M.,jr easT-dOT ,i 'll Air LineRaa laid
n peeshape there ar se cos p~+ pton e enrf n it i FOR ..d..
AI bow p 'thoe I l Jails,

g a t otil ot he;
o la r e ,te ".de... i ...s. Savannah, Columbia, Camden, Southern
"es**dj 'Je*l r swsPines, Raleigh, Richmond, Wash-
st 5w e oel ,,.a 8ington, Baltimore, Phila-
0 of *ay euty to balook this 18phia, New York,1

AS Os0' manyed wea"'.s", Ee', T"o Elegant Trains Daily
qhIMIl05eia, who a w year o
W tTe. now lme Se o d Ex res
tI's 1"i boa* -n b *rd *ai it i, o
t* It ft oIilmood from ..* *' W l w e M ense **y Ai neyV
,whed l h roWs WP 1s. I f. Sisle by W. R. Jse0eo.
poet Weak Bln C a leN.* W d- .111, .by W '* .
IntsoWo o. 0 1 y Line operating

4i~p r Or Wpilka. ..,..., ,., e *
B 501 I d orse forid t ie o a Fr a full n atWr*: b Lper reservations call on agent teSboard or
V p r. ivree fTts,. A tne. G neralepi) inr A gentassen h A
th isg jme f io ia.k lo NVILLE. FLORIDA.
0eta; $96. mearyled So Perkles H lb i.t.|
ft PoPrkloaspA A. LIanse; 10S, aBot. P1s la 87k

eade of '- this pel :*pe, will e D ..
oe ioho ea dgo ss t se ha, -..-it- W EI.R...S "

arg1 ,arOrge ao a ar oess

@ uni^isn our sa de gir n t hrietiit ea

nIa g THE U 0 0F F C Et
hI.ts ---.I 'r u ,v .e e. ... ,0 t la.. ,,
risee r s.hari perltaoe c, fromaa le, e toNewl Orldurtu

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wuaveaig, 'E jHE
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-,nlAii i t'r lh il this
FPiv Negewn Arraesi in Alssam' fo

i attempt to llllmtaler &a JFaily living
a few mlle hurom this aity, airstt Chlews
etll Mxtof)lfe. anad thie4 is great eiflte
aorlnt in the lityhlot)rhiot or bia capt
ture and the atlomnit at the crime.
The' capture was nade through the
40f 4ialIon ifr two mnimbtirs of teb
gang, ec:ured after perllitInt effort' (i
1 the part of the eitlents of the nigh.-
Wrthood. The two nlimnbers state that'
the iirIroes of the coiahmuntly had or.
ganlxeti fo' the, ptirppo* of murdering,
SObbls enld buninug, anId the first
family to ree'lve this treatment at
'thelr haiqd was to hav tween NMre.
Mlagle Plott and her three chtl,ilren.
re( elm,
A negro by tihe name ofr John Cook
was to kill (ra. Plott and her da ter, lhle Pearl Plitt, aged about it
years. Anolthlr mu nnitir of the hand
was to kill her two iuoii,. 31m, aged Ii,
'and Riley, aged 1U. The house was
Meltn tip Ie pitiutlerdl, kerosene poured
ptin It, and tho. bodloas if the murdwtred
itinlmbere of tihe family, and the whole
then burned,
The attempt to carry out the plot
weet made Oin 1tildauy evyeling, Aug. 7,
Cooh working at the window of Pearl
Plott's room ,anSl another workIng. un.
derneath the hiiuse, Cook had uteC
needed In prying open the shutter,
which barred the window, IIut Pearl
was awakened by the noise, and called
to her brother. lie arrived tin the
room just sa the negro was In the ace
of climbIng In at the wlUnow, and h1
hastily fired hi gain at him, mnlIng
hlm, but frightening him and the aso
omplpice away.
The affair wa" kept as quietly as
lioslble, except that the eltisens ol
the neighborhood began at once a py&.
tematle Niquiry into the matter, with
tAe 0no. of ultimately searing some
elew to We brutes and effecting their
After abont a week's lawirs, a con.
feoson was secured from two of the
mimbera of the gang, and Mtonday Ave
of them were taken Into eitaody-John
Cook, Homer Peterson and Illa rPter.
son being taken at Chewacan iAe4aa
Mangrum. In Bear 7. ann Iethobeg
Dawson was fnind in bipelualk

Storm In Lowndes.
Valdosta, Ja., August 31.-A report
from the Clyatteville district state$
that a small cyclone passed through
that section Monday afternoon. A
very dark cloud came up and there
was a good deal of wind at this place.
In the Clyatteville dlstrlct the wind
lJew down many trees, and In stmer
places the forests were almost wiped
bear of timber. Many fences were
also blown down. though no Injury
to penlluu Is reported.

Vice Admiral Rolland Dead.
London, August lI.-The Ieath Is
announced of VIce Admiral W. R, Rol.
land, rvtlrod. He wa born In 1817.
Admiral Rolland r from the United States gnvernmethl
for saving part 6f the crew of the
Cnitl. States brig Somers, upset obf
the slalnd of Sacriflcloo. on the west
cost of Mexico.

Nothing Ia Heard of Aeronaut.
Sr. louiis. Atlgrult 3t.-Nothing has
b.en hard front At-ronaut Georlge
TeulintTn. who salled from St. oItils
Saturday iry Washlington. since he
paiiied tivi.r Wyomlnfg. M.. about 200
mltit'ias irth f S l.tis, Suniday after.
' n )oon..t i"'.1p 1i sed| hase i contia
t al n MR la r hal way.

retir-nt Stratton Denles Report.
Mllc ;: 'i U i. .\tigli.t ;,.- Presl 1t. t' ii L. I i. ', lMlill'. .lJackison
andl I:;.;, : '. r'a,.iad, has returned
,frsom a i 1 ," ', r iqi' an'l eiil'hato .
-....r..ity--.fr .. rnw(mrieir i't"Ai f his'
"1' e1 ,6 *,"31 rl' lem.

I I a "1 I-a a hats) t ln
ua l '' '. f1 hi lih a ii lilghlty
a r it li genii rally,
r'a;'tliar-1; .1;' l '.,''. '' I (';*( ,ll"l41i'i' r.illa

n4 at I ihl- to %1.01,l' It ''on't alliame
yoU ,a i .,1 *' i I .l I ,iy li a f t i'| t',a i k
ilt y ii.'' 'a i" . l i aa li'u ai '
11 per i l l. t.1'' r. 0 f i tilerl the
Il1 l i ita t [ a f 'a I Ill' ti. V'li UIa ul tai
kitA t, I ro l,, I w t '' tt 'lil I s he i.w
thalli Tu t tl:t' -'i ii )' I < l 'lli aiti l#,' s atk
wl.i ayo n ''i .' 4a'a a ,a.t waars look
out. for 'flii ; -I ,. la' til'y'w'riJo',
lo its. '",' a r' I; r t .' liutao'i.'l lia -

)'ny i Iitta 'a.y v. i ailla.t ie will stand Itl
*, ; t ia ''at d 1:;! IA Vka' g'w' s .'1 IIO V,'
wBllie the coi'! l lir'al vlilt roan and aide.
7,! >^ k >l.*: , ^ : ''* .

K~it B CV-!,LE. y OIRU KA,

V ll

Funeral 1)ectors and

Llcensedl Emilahlle .',

>Ianmtan.lilioert oi a aa .'ibUella toi'K ii,
flanre VPraMlea, iulwber laMiips, Art
aedsi I'p|lnh(erg) Easiinac KUp-
dais. ('anierai, and hiefegri..
l!phera fupplie,.

Otrd4i'r ,by TelritsIphb or Telepbioenl
will rlitle trsps 'attrealun.,

tleipy re Kt'ea pn i 'l lera pe loIt, beit
4Ar lsvapaililod uI T'lhosts.
I l I hlin i li k Ai 6 .t. 1. ; v l l i l r ,, 'lil i i l .
&i.''lls ill tis itl.v Il'q'A'l e i I'it li ll, PiWr iI
-hillit w .\ I'ls rll Il i r it ll illi .st hivo l
nio |1irwt'l'4 t fi'ilIiip lir it l ai with
iii l rhit Th' ll ve I illt'tely hint nAl
Ihirl-iisb Ihli-r a'ia o la-a. '' tl eill Ihli lin-
nar t' w irla t i r',lar tlioia, l ts aliilm ola,
o'liill iirla miu rl, r'aiti, tliy aiurfo s'trlmKers.
I'Thicy.-i e 'tr rtuirni ulix (lo'iii tliai lilt. Tliy livy a wi-t1a' s iaia'lory.
Iaeise liatitllK'ui l' a.ty way! wsi by elyx|'rla'>iae, blut they
hnave itl sil miIni'airy or riillpiaiil In.
t'lliga'hl'e. All l t frinadhii4ittalu etmo-
tloIir iieiw.lt ln| |eilt ninii ndl ithe lower
itihllifs alia ie' In it'n sAiiatioi, iouchi is fear,
naiiier, love, iuiiager. Jeiil uity, vunnlig,.
pridee, e'rlsllty., llay, biut theb world
of tliougiht't ttled lllughit ixhlrlerhncw and
the eluailhtiii lshit Ko with It hI long
to nu1it tulle.
It l.al II t I e l psychlli world were 11-
vidtl Iato two llaiswes, oie above the
otbe'r, the planet of se'nm sindi those plate
of Spirit. lit Ihe plhino of ailee live
the' fiawer aninsals, lilty now anud then
Just breinklnaK for a uolnent't litto the
hlilitr ll(atit. In the world lf sof nse
nluai Ins lnaIrsmed also; tlile is hbl start
antl fiallodation, but .e rises Into their
plluiai of pialrlt. and here hllves hi prip i
<>r life. lie is emanncipated from weniw"'
lI a wiay that blis'ats are Wt.-Jolin
*Burrouibhs In Hlarir's Mlagazine.

Emergency Medicines.
It IaI glret convenience to have at
-hand reliable remedies for use in oases
of accident aud for slight injuries and
ailments. A good liniment and one
that ilfast becoming a favorite if notI
a household nceetssity is Chamberlain's
Pain Balm. ,By appi~ng it promptly
tq a out, bruise or burn is allayl the
pain and cause the Injury to heal it%
about one-third tho' time usually re-
aquired, and aa it l an antlseptic it pre.
tents any danger of blood poleoning.
When Pain Balam fi kept at hand a
sprain may be treated before Inflam-
iliiatil seets In, which ensures a ,isick
relief. For sale by all druRgists.
In parts of Hwltzi rlatid the bnker's
wife lirries round site bread In a sort
of Iitilsiptr, lldt lahli has not a ,flied. Im-i
nititil ah clharie, but ethaiftera for a price
Witli the cutoosaner. 'Tlhe Id 'ntlsrll,
Wotrd fr trhis Ir'iw w1'4 ".i'heapitg."
which Inn nitnny place. l Eiglalnd hati
twi ei ping Norton. for liastlnice, is really
Cli'eailiing Norton, or the place where i
gwlios were elieapentt* l that lanis, sla.
A Mad Predellsuam t.
Mblbeil-l was ao airtitfied at the,
tPouch niuinstlhn the other ilght.F Plo--
Whaut haplta'twi? M. 1el-I wnnti.l to
auighli In ty s ievc. t'1,t I h!ala 'ou .y
dtatiolette own nnd hadl to bide tite
health In aay glove,
natlisla iree.
nIticon- Pio lhey irlv'i you! pnria'j
of ii-i -.t youar li-lrihs tl aoniu ? l'girT
T.h'l'ih-y i'ie aut nitl.lnli" Ite lave I"
pay far T"raian*,. ai 'l wos w ot 'eian Bi:[
tliiaNs a i ''i I I at I r;tt srm i in.,

A' raiili. ,i rvIt;i'ol til grel at pli ne
Sr1lM'ewa stilt !I) the Eoilmit 4ingastm.
s i n ri h 11'Pe iol tialdH 'lti t t1 0 or

saulh tI km'ltl liofra llof tllhe prl
liq 1t itllt il it atnirle ill t .i tth
Ib, Is t iI t t WN l.'h'hlll l l of uiidusval

TllJ llv it 'l 'io f Io s tll otktmii- itan na" l
oIn ilH'MIII ia te .\ if.o 1i en. lta Wa h il,
snaif tnll ir. aertrroi ist it.* wolrs*ialts as thew
'lt' Iiw 1 aireird lllastiO do..i not top-
i' r 1i h rn reae 'tal ltmtuolt't ullntil
N',. w;.'; .-..'t *i'v't.y worJa a'niler
thi l. ihly. O* \ iny el ra( urtie tiit';lly:
'll:t. day (liat ylrt liir, th fo)rd l(in
xviir I :!(u (A; t; Vcry jbrtty, ruill itf
new 111l no filly nl It. ir roti' hy
Williati!moI.. ,It ieaisl i toe lto have It
ilisaie!nsia;ul Iliat i llp rlser witloist
lptipr' twil' *i n 1saI1a1 | N II t gets."

In Praise of Chamberlain'i Col6c, Chol"
ara and Diarrhoea Remedy.
"Allow me to 'give lyou a few words
in pralie of hamberlale'u Colic, ihol.
era and Diarrhoea Hemedy," lay Mr.
John Hamlett of Eagle Pali, Texas
"I suffered one week within bowel troou
ble and took all kind of medicine
without 'ttll g any relief, when iny
friend, Mr. 0. Johlnaon, a mnerohant
here, advised me to take this remedy.
After taking one dose I fellt |ratl lre-
lieved,,and when I had taken the third
dose wa .entirely p4oe. I thank lyou
from the bottom of .y hear; for put.
ling thia resta remedy Ie n the hadg of
mankind. For sale b all druggltsw.
A .itis rrae Il.. Ilat..i,
A nt I e r 'ha ,l 'is' h l toSo
Imlr i 4 h .ilit vntutloit( K to Barou
ltolhali'thil i thilat he tuil lntt 0o,000M
frinit's to is p) oli who; id l lione $il
to ('unsitalilti<>|pla wilhoutl leaving uny
ncknowleluigient of tle debt the baron
"Well, wrl send you the 460,uO francs he owes
you." '
"ltut lie only owes a4 10,000" ob-
jeclel fh lt other.,
"Prre'.elyr," rejoined tbh baron, "and
lie will wrIt i tell you$ot *o, a:d this
you will g t hll1 a1lcknowledgllient of It."
The Best Health bilufte.
No poor man oas afford to bother
with any of the experimental health
fade. He 1 too bhesy makingg atlving
for himself andti family.d u hit hei is
afflicted with a bad eough or Aold, or
develops esatrrh a the direct lesult of
a cold. heasimply takes a fw doses of
Dr. Boeohee's German yrup. And If
something more serious, say consump-
tion, protrates him or any member of
hls family, Uernan Syrup eoan again
be relied on to efect a gate. Tritl
bottle, 25. Big bottle, 78 At W. M.
W 'rv Thiaw hl te paperr Te*.
"Nlvly tIle illits'r tl igo to ytour
chil'ei, hoit tlhyr' iralitilred thew illhi
"Y*>?." railleb fbhe iorililanlt of tIhe
awall ehiir"lt, "hut tlhf'reo ot a citr-
eCst ni 't1iiit0 to th' l t' pls'li sh tnur tn our
Chliolr."-' Ithillt lhl ilat l' rtess.
A Boy Wild Ride For Life.
With family around epee0tinl him
toudie, and ason riding for life, 18i
mile, to get Dr. Kiiig' Nlilt Diseov-
rly for conalmptlon, coughsand colds,
W. Brown of Lweeville, lnd,, en.
dried' death's agolnie from asthtna;
ballt th wonderful medieln itav fIn:-
etant relief aid coon ,aured him. He V
writes' "I now sleep soundly every
night," Like marvelous udres of con-
sumptiona, pneumonia, brooehitl.s,
couRhs and ooldis and grip prove lie
matehlles merit for a throat aInd
lung troubles. Guiarantend bottles i(6 '
and, 1. Trial bottles free aI all drug.

Bitter Apple Bitters.
Thll* '.th Century wonder in proprietary medciineo. itl etrongeot. en-
dronement at oiome, where it is bees known and hai'been most tried
A Liver' and Kidney Medicine
without a rival upon the Amerlean contifient and the e'qul of sty 'in t
the world. Ilie manufactured of heirb, angl of themi indigenous to
the soil, and i thre'for, stritlly vegetable. UbZ it and eat Wlalt you
please, steep well, and take on a new lesae of Itfe. Not Ih a singl ea'e
has it ever failed to give almost i~ntant relief and eVery ease whier di-
reotions have been .followed it. has effted permist' ent ure. S, 1 of
thoee it has eured and who were looked Upon as hopeless in the 'bti.n-
nitig and were loth to tr it', are today sainxits praise, d Ienlarin that
there never was a mediain o s good' For ale by alldr LRgits.

- rliaufaetured by th

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Tome Taloblo its0
Depart Pot ,
T70p ah ppma I

1l1:40pm OtAlL
Daily ,

t:10 p jn Palasi i
Daill;y 3 .

ll6:'fam I' t prling.W B5, ,
Daily Albs* Atla ,l'
8:16 pmle.SlgWp
8.5 a.n, ^^ ^i~if'iw^
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Inte oh
eipol rail the B4.
Line; alo viai Atansiaot L0us $ Si s
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at g~I%~t mind
A ~3swbere~
IS~ OlUtIlt. odIs ii

t n StheU tr pr(IS0 d. In the
10bS .twtxip l.) 'slorine a', a
10 7.~1 oWom nI ,

i 4 rbo stid ami t tap*emei mato

r".0 t Ui a sixture o 0(itI
tR r"' i an 1 alimitil reohiltl
at gU do Ptithlan sn *1hp r ulplaiont l.or

S Wa O O i .S ates It "pkrosaip kelt
li t jr tinAnit as0 0 o"Ail petr .llei ."t
M IN os .'I(s lto. It h. 0 co rt

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; 4, Hli e s"0 itro m *aed e- sole.
Sptit, was tl H e o.amto of stl
IW 4tn 1 ,t141 uOnly a*' k o ui*-
ro.m. Nt."ti '. o 't ", h M
thndUuen e a ,nnnas pet letnish
i uw*e** e1 9 Aedime pb him v. ,

bt@. AS leagths be t"'ed Ell etric P-
order pl d pow 'mld fale: Alllre.on

4 ug tep4le to tosmplet. reoverv9. Hes.
(I!O < e a dl tnd oe lt.

.B1 l t tof ., Oem a." B-
Mloa*044 bi ad *II!a him m
^T?'.'' o-lttoulalu.."Ool,1 fleetr. *OB.

rrg"t "4 Trucik Grower

1 I 5. 3. RliBt, fjtter aa PVasr,
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Sn 8ed yourl
Ord erto the


Orders seat to us
receive prompt atten-
tion, mi the class ot
work we turt- out is
bound to Iple)as.



Us Your

0ps ovr Mavnse KEn4ps' 4.U weor'S eaer.

IT A7 ,0. 7 O', LI" Y 1 /'
a O TQro PATt. II
(hiasll iritroic Hoty: OiainltOn-
011d14 Magnolia hio sl. avar .
Florid .
' dlAwlifi f'anilfuyn lrsIi without
aln If$$ 0 ?;wihtoW *, I ttaloffi errns e. 9
wta l u eM n t.'.

OAIs.YII.v.Lj, FLO.inF A.
0 eall s ur o il. pS r ir.ry, iram
* list o wht yft uoyrfor sale. 31a4
' + E. BAKER ,
UA1NEdVILLl, Alsohua Go.. FLA.
Omle in Endel Blook.
ISueoomw seIerA .!4eruujl

Ovet Dutwoa Co'ls Btnk.

Gladme lI

ip-etal aifRota o Crowo *aod MMdgwortL
. se. n....,r7.,.u* m **r o,

Graduate alltLmore College Dental Surgterf
FIve rIese' eprlotees t New York City.
Crown. &lrMae work sada rlnig Sipeodsltlies
ALL *We4wt Moe 14 Mill1er LUw xgoiChalre.

NaxLQ Lr djaer

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*j .'aJIMllKNtR. Propiewor ,
lsiiUl W,lthuy hi.. JikwlUvite, r"i.

Faust beert bottles and draught. Dou't
fall to all on me when in Jaoksonville
IWikt 1r U. B.ITwo.>.
Poroeal i louls WVrk ilad tle i t rulatimOlr
eeh $suilainess
Olnce n Milller la w xohiatue.
Rank tf mdnier. tiot 'r

Boet Imported nId Domnotie iquore
and Wines in theurity.



Boet Limn to St. Loiis

Superb Dining Car Service

otup-uvrs. going and returning, at
Atlanta, Knoxville. Loiaisvill., Ache.
ill and pincipal Norith li
1"Ountati reirti.
S, ee IHigh lidge thihest raillroad
bridge in the World), FPallous Blue
G[, Region., Lxinagto and Loeni.
Free, reclining dhair care and high
ian day coaches. Through Pullnan
sleepnX carI Jacksonville t0 St. Loui.
Folders, -rate te ch erfully fur.
nlshdl up n appieltiloi, 'o J. .,uk.
lImtriet l'IsaeenP r Aaen:. S West
Bay t. Jaksonvll W Fsa.

onlght in Ott Lotai o0ld In

(et os. St Ous Cssgmss.

Baird Hardware Co."
GAW. .ViL. FL,.

Jackson vill ',


ToI 1 ~.n, POWIR AW AU
6m| i ,w 9%1.* trya i t a ; #. .., .

s -s psao fo r iwl t7rr11rB a11aw :1Se .
t. asB otwr p4n otUerS. oumwt9etsed
4eoramsMp okis *tt9l
t su al in Vtr.

Bold by us @onti puouslyl fo
without a stnale ftalure. If voDA
wantl a p1an for lilfetinme
sent.e ,by the
Mathush. h. T
iPriea s low *S Ip so oeSsnt wLtb questg
CM! o *or *ewr WraleS,* On sy#v
tritl. We Peg trrolbl Writl
for prios TODAY.

Ludden & Bates
Sootmrn Music House,
GAITHIER f BRYAN, State Ag'ts'
W ri S, A tA.
-O--D' -ram TS

Vil L. No. R, R.

Exoursios tickets nuw oil ale 4aily
from (Gainesville to .t. l.lind iid re-
44.10 ......Return limit JiO. 15th
SM e .o... . Return lim t t t
2 0,0S.., Return limit 15 dals.
Corre pending low rates from other
oMints. The L.. A is the best line to
41. Louis.
For rlte, eshedulel sand ieeplng car
reservations apply to
J. F,. PLEINQ, Pla. Pass. Agt.
20M W. Bay st.. Jagksonvill.. Fli
C. L STONE. U. P. A., Louisville.

Illinois Ceontral


St. Louis Exposition,
AI c"4a4illn r with W. A. K. It I.nil
., (. At 1. IR. y. fr"in I Atlanta.
I. A um i., Ar I i. iu ,,: i.
Beorgia, Florida and

Atle df ll.t "t t, IA I,.. A el ,i r*"-. ,.' ... *>.*
111u the o** n'1tt:, i 'v il s r. I. t n ,r .t I' wlit'.d
thanfor to r It ir t I 'r It
' i tr r' lth t I;r ', sr ltt.. \Vi rito wt '

Tr1elni I't5inm it'pr Ae 10t.
. 1l Proiw BulldnIr, AThATTA. tiA.

Nic Lre Saloon and Cafe
.*Tasekonvi lie. Florids

lMerehstnt Lunch from 19 to 2 p t
.rtldeuMay KehiMter, sl0 1m.
pOtted Wrtkerr Beer o ilDrubth

,Steski, Fiah, Chopem oasit m l *,"
't PM t ad. w-.a.

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.-..y.A % -.-* -- it U is and Milwaukee. ne advertiseu
I kHlder, has oedJjthe los~of th book for a couple of
Meu oeMioterV to J. D. Pope- days, stating that the finder could re-
hie msideaton being '-1 tain the eah if he would return the
books with the tickets and notes. The
.. oe o te fle ad wasfinally effective and the book,
ReUs eh jIht State, e offi ttit ets and notes sere returned, but
SSe f tren l about :15,0JO the experience cost Mr Powll in the
kenty timbered Iands in the neighborhood of -5q. It became nee-
skty of ebelle sand Grove Park essary forhim to telegraph to St. Louis
eaa -which wne now being for money to meet his Milwaukee
S1it eproe. les. m t u
g.fHlabs & Holder porehased C-It.
p- so if.M. L. Moore about COL. ROBINSON ILL.
- e t C ratono- Went to Kis Old Eastern Home for a
STh e been work* Visit and Taken to His Bed.
tAe plac egularly ever since, and Visit and Taken to is Bed
seeded in marketing several The numerous friends of Hon. W.
Ired bsrels of products which G. Robinson in this section and
gthiodprices. throughout the State will regret to
r. Pope, who is a thorough and learn that he is quite ill at his old
teat naval stores man, will home in Rhode Island. where he went
hageofs ntereat onee,and a few weeks ago for a brief visit.
nte the lrm name will be Holder Adriees from the bedside state that

& Po*pe. It ges without saying that,
jaMmn sB both awre fine business
ai the centre will prove successful
iinder Whs management.
| e to Letter in Atlanta and,
Twaed hi n e Alarm.
U&e A 4aa tJoornal of Saturday-
altts a rather amosing experience
StU0aBl9 y aily of Newberry. which

"i a iet to mail a letter to hisn
daUsber, Timothy Bailey,a prosperous
"Ist estate deAler of Jewberry* Fla.,
wi e istoppi-a &a -the Kimball for a
eudaysFrdWay morning had the most

1n ea peas-te an alarm turned in
ardly _e Re Itno co n from Box 44,
t e department, -headed by the
f l -Iin l ed wagon, turned oat in
Si ore.FiSay morni and hasten-
e athall speed to the-corner of North
yor aml d Wall streets, from whence
t-- i-alasi h sonded.T: The 'heavy
aparatwcame rumbling from every
direction and as usual was followed by
Imme-ni_ ti h Uro-"of people. -
pon al striving at their d destination
fthelrem*en leaped fom their wagons
a t ts-Ied na oeareh of the devouring
ba4Ss. -The entire block, was sour
rounded by the numerous hose wagons,
engines and trucks, but no smoke was
tolbm see and o one knew where the
Ire ewm located.
41 6-the midst of all the confusion
the atention of Chief. Joyner wIas
eale to aslarge,nne looking man, who
with a letter in his hand was standing
as Little tears glistened
-aa beua they chased one another
dowa bis rogh cheeks and hewore a
most pitiful expression. He had al-
"aedy discovered his awful mistake
ad was then merely anmticpating what
m u e come. As he waded through
the. cr *d, the chief was not in the
best o, tar, but when he faced the
strawger and looked into his honest
eyes kemld not prevent a smile.
S"Between sobs the visitor explained
it wasI all ever-er m-m-mistake.'
And his huge frame shook with emo-
tion as he went into details
"e head started out of the Kimnball
la uess of a small box and was di-
rected to the queer little one on the
w eor and told to turn the crank. He
di as diretedW but instead of the
thlag openlg It began to buzz and fire
SwaUes appeared from every direction.
lenseat o attempting to escape when
f dimseenred is error he had made
ap his mind to see the affair to the bit-
teemnd, sd enady to m-ake -such
stBesWho-. : able.
4^Aa ^ at was waiting to take the
.i e, buat when he declared
fta his lirs vist to Atlanta,
(tritsiEme onered that no ase be

^ aIm hlswala eyes as
^ allwft-he flyt ith
tM Q UtoM b -s In tow."

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Col. Robinson's condition is not at all
favorable, and that the chances are he
will be incapacitated to travel for two
or three weeks at least.
I Upon leaning his home here Colonel
Robinson expected to remain only a
short time in Rhode Island. declaring
that he would return to Gainesville
not later than September 1, in order
to open the ginning season. It is to be
hoped that he will be enabled to reach
home not later than the middle of the,
coming month.
Two Negroes Arraigned for Breach of
Contract, Anotherfor Enticing.
William Bell and William White,
colored, were arraigned in Justice,
Colman's court Monday upon a charge
of breaking a labor contract. They
have been employed at the turpentine
farm of E. W. Millican, Valdo,_and
it is alleged "jumped" their contract.
They were placed under a bond of $105
each for their appearance at the next
term of the circuit court, which was
promptly given.
Hampton Miller, also colored, was
arraigned for enticing labor away from
the farm of Mr. Millican and inducing
them to go to Starke. He was placed
under a bond of #400, which was given
and he was released.
Read This.
Clanton. Ala., March 8, 1897.-I eer.
tify that I have been cured of kidney
and bladder troubles by Hall's Great
Discovery (St. Louis) and I can fully
recommend it. R, v L. B. PorxDns.
A Texas Wonder.
One small bottle of the Texas Won-
der, Hall's Great Discovery, cares all
kidney and bladder troubles, removes
gravel, eures diabetes, seminal emis-
sions. weak and lame backs, rheuma-
tism and all irregularities of the kid-
ney and bladder in both men and
women, regulates bladder troubles in
children. If not sold by your druggist,
will be sent by mail on receipt of $1.
One small bottle is two months' treat,
mentand seldom fails to perfect a
eanre. Dr. Ernest W. Halt, sole manu-
facturer, P. box 29, St. Louis, Mo.
Send for tesSimonials. Sold by all
William Canty of Micanopy Arrested
Upon a Most Serious Charge.
Information reached this city Mon-
day to the effect that William Canty,
anegro whom it is alleged has been
causing considerable trouble around
Micanopy for the past few weeks, by
selling blind tiger booze, was arrested
by O Ofee riman at that- place early
Monday morning upon a charge of sell.
ing liquor In a dry county.
anty was plaed in prison at Mie-
a"opy. It is reported that the trial
was held Monday, but the result of
the same was not asertained.
What is Life.
In the last analysis nobody knows,
but we do knew that It is nder street
law. Abuse that law even slightly,
pn resalse. IKSatr 1ain P eih u
iaeotlf t ii esi ieaiorwtuw

Lost Pocket Book in Milwaukee, Which
Cost tSSOto Recover.
SB. Hogh Powetl of High Springs was
in the city Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs.
Powell have juat return-d from St.,
Louis, Milwaukee. Wis., and other
points where they have been for the
past few weeks.
-In Milwaukee Mr. Powell was the
victim of rather painful etperience--
Snot painful physically. but painful
from the standpoint of suspense, for
!he had the misfortune to lose his
purse containing about #50 in cash,
several notes, two round-trip tickets
between High Springs and St. Louis
andtwo rounid-trip tickets between St.

the motor turns it with ease and
smoothness. This method is indeed an
improvement over the old style.
;Lost of Fine Horse.
Harry, the valuable horse belonging
to Henry Davis. had the misfortune to
break one of its fore-legs while in pas-
ture near this city Sunday. The poor
animal suffered such agony that on
Monday morning it became necessary
to kill it to relieve it of misery. The
animal was one of the finest in the
city, and was valued by its owner at
#300. Mr. Davis is at present in Ken-
tueky, where he is buying stock. The
information of the death of his favor-
ite animal will no doubt be received
with much surprise and regret by him.
Bucklen's Arnica Salve

Has world-wide fame for marvelous
'cures. It] surpasses any other salve.
lotion, ointment or balm for cuts,
corns, burns, boils, sores. felons, ul-
cer, teter, salt rheum, fever sores,
chapped handed, skin eruptions: infalli-
ble for piles. Cure guaranteed. Only
25c at all druggists'.


National, State and Congression-
a! Ticket 1904.
Pr sidential Electors.
C. F. Buffum-Franklin county.
Geo- K. Robinson-Marion county.
Geo. H. Holmes-Brevard county.
G. A. W. 4Wendell-Gadiden county.
A. M. CuAiman-Alachua county.
For Governor-Hlon. M. B. Maefar-
lane, Hillsboro.
Secretary of State-John F. Horr,
Monroe. '
Attorney-General-Fred C. Cubber-
ly. Levy.
Comptroller-J. L. Skipper Polk.
Treasurer-E. M. Brelsford, Dade.
Superintendent of Publie Instrue-
tion-W. R. O'Neal. Orange.
Commissioner of Agricnlture-J. S.
Rowley, Putnam.
Railroad Commissioner H. J.
Ritchie, St. Johns.
Justice Supreme Court for term of
six years--W. B. Sheppard, Eseambia.
Justices Supreme Court-0. S. Farr,
Hillsboro. -
U. S. Adams. Dural.
E. P. Axtell, Dual.
Congressional Ticket.
First Congressional Distriet-E. R.
Gunby, Hillsboro.
Second Congressional District-J. 31.
Cheney. Orange.
Third Congressional Distriet-L. 31.
Ware, Washington.

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These ae our specaltle, and are the BEST goods on the m
thb money. :
Remember, we pay the freight on these goods and 1 your ordws
ay as received.
Bye, Corn and Gli, $1.75 per gal Ion. No xtra charge for Jugl
The goods amr not deltvreed.

Pu Soda W r, ll s, ger Ale, oot and Birlr Ber, Cidc BRL
WVrite for pices. Cases an odtles are not 'o,,. ouat must be re d.


For Men
who cannot come to the
city when in need of
clothes we make a spec-
ialty of fitting you at your
home. We carry the fi-
nest makes of Clothing.
Hats, Farnishings and
Underwear, and no mat-
ter what your size is.
stout, slim or short,

I We

Can 'Fit You..




For Ladies

who do not find it- o
venient to come to t0
city, we make buying U
easy task by sending t
your homes two or tth
styles of garments to a
'ect from We carry

In Our Boys' D
can be had everytI
ready-to-wear for beoy
except s.hoes.

^ dr~caltdPurcae Ini.
gfogo B J. l gL888 Iobf

F* ^i -- l'-- W -- ,' 4 9 2 l* '
ilqi- Flftwee Thousand
7mim*er, Eight Thous-
lsisa New SBing Worked.

I purtat transfer in naval
lha been made at Ro-
-eI- - Hba- -of the


Saunders & Earte Add Modern I -
provement to Their Store.
Desirous of keeping up with the
times, as-well as saving time them- WHOLESALE
selves, Saunders & Earle have installed
an up-to-date two-horse power electric
motor in their store, which will be used
exclusively for the grinding of coffee, j.
The motor was installed on Monday
morning, and the power was turned On
for the first time in the afternoon of
the same day. Everything worked, OCALA, F LOR ID
nicely from the beginning, and the|
bosses and clerks "got busy" at once.
A test of the machine developed that
it was a big saverin time over the old
hand turning method, fifteen pound tr S
of coffee having been turned out in a
few seconds less than four minutes.
"I have been turning a coffee mill,
with this old arm for the past twenty-
five years." good-naturedly remarked
Mr. Saunders, as he bent his right arm
to display his manly muscle, "but '-e fl $ 4 t
are not so severe with our salesmen. I
because they are good fellows, and we I
want to save them all the labor po~si- i

The mill of Saauders & Earle is
probably the largest in the city, but 5.25 A

a.. Ivisr G -EMoA.

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"t- L-- lhle hapr s thee fs aboer rul be dnv.n.. ta
4m-Awsooby she ser ie-s part is aghrieal fore the ery was that excessie and .o ath.e aaer A
IgJ. A. 4 .e have been se- the farm laborer would be driven ouet :y r- f T sr ausV3--: wgsj s

__.edi____ e ellsasI skis paper. Jadge hiney. that genil nhas prodesed and on th e maicmr a t Ex- i a |
aisle is o*e ot she bost wntsers and farmers bare been able to get together pre4 3v W T", ir r-. lro.- is
Sbet posted men in Floridaand The there is a demand for more labor. Ayer Ptrll. Y r n-- +a
Wit.-nubr e"sout"es Itself upon seeir- Meaq*rew have been taken to secure s -mtoter :, ow -, tt
S_1_ -_og_ IHe s -eries. He wil devote spe. the needed labor thought of years The beto o -rd t
eiWst"- ... 4ea odades-rial subieee, i.lAgo&aW byetthedemand los yet t s .-p- wt tr n Mf._r -- ++- -nameg
ishiowg the advantae of a raience plied.. Twenty years ago the farm 'll it ra -
soWeek $ergayear ix in Florida ted Alachna county. but his hand wondered what improved ma- tktHr & d I Ag
Ls lSiiBMap* trenchant pen- will not be idle Iog chinery wotld foree him to lo. Today rthit ry
fiS fae d e= politial lie. th* farmer is wondering what he would Tho doCors (U on ow r sqac rc -a- at
ert a- ISen-tealine .- do without it. There is s great "a -fu- YO doctor rlius t. t e thE ie-t'e a s
a -i- .e--l fo e addi- FLORIDA MEATS. tuire for the farm laborer as there-ver trust it yourself." Theie n is.I. ,ar *-a r
was : the high prices for help indicate eal d S r*it tra. ai Pat r*.v.
o The future supply of meat i 1a qu~- that conditions were never better. a 5*-** ref nt 4. M'' -i-d a? y. i t .
tion confronting not only F oridtans. While the wages may be less tha in i ia v yu iar +has fr Aa e.r,
.l r iserted t al the people of this nations Wha:. the i-ty, the expenses are lems, there- U- R .A N..__
s-es iaJlie. s-hall we do for mewit With w e eC. fore the average is in favor of them an j.St'l AU 7- -e tar .: +.. .
e: ', .before s we are sure that we wh o Eta ndsb y the- farm. s t-
iasst*. LaI W -. .can expect no less a prie for mets in -
t e lt ime W m-Week the future. The great northwest USE OF TOBACCO. kIl V s&ndy "dr
-'. l.- W.. .foe ... wich supplied the demand in the .... +-
t-y (. t-aa, is no oger ted so as to on- It t is hown by the internal revenue. ay E a .gr, a da -
m--t++-- ^ -- -. thbe supply of it asamounts of statistis relating to tobacco. in that_ _-_ __ _i__r.__ '
-T--a- s P 1 Bbeef and pork. Th e oontr is being industry there is prosperity of a hignh -er - -
Stheo Sei-Weety settled by homesteaders more a&d order. 'D ring the scal year closed rne a d1 1 faee railroad tL.Pt a c r-, "
e see gear........1 50more eah year, thu reducing the June 30last, the revenue from 707,-. :rti-til travel*Id out. T rt5r.d
-:.- ar t i oef pNwt e-ae adsl from which in 4m1.S63 ei owas t t&12.4156 which. tan a m f.n e -a.curt a.4 +,. aI com e.I:
miltl aseept stamps of the past the country ha been sup- is a falling off ii7 revenue of $266.- .i' a2> brcirt again-t Zh- r- r- i-
_iSS!t plied. Thefaet -that we cannot expect 6.01 ntd a decline in eigar produe- oad tor odinages. ix years a.o t .
.a-.:h-- ~~su-Selefp *apply of meat confronts stA0ion for the year of S7l8.-89 6 ei-. womar rieWght a roind-tri;p ~a i- f.r a Qr ..
tAw, TWEE-. 'What Ishall we do? Shall we stand gars. In chewing and smoking to. crraan utatou. for w h a.. p9Ad 1,
1r0r rdeet. Still and continue to pay such prices bafeo there was, however, a tremen- She did not use the return pa1rt i ; the ai
S1. PASKER for aoeat as in the pst? There is a dous increaseThehese two forms of ticketnt asil reeenty. Thec e atorJ t r a
at New Trk. remedy for costly mets which lies "the frthy weed" yielded, a revenue rf sed to ta e : he tikea and pj h er
-with the people of our county andof $19,942 which was an increase offthetrain. he .s ed aid r-" .- tr uyed l' t .
State. Our people are in condition of 1,017,7902 tinone year. The quan- .*0.. The case was carried o e t
West V i. Ito meet the situation and fully control tiyw predtoed was 3&.650.7I pounds Uaited Staes court and the is a- t .4sr
Sthe price of meatse. We are somewhat Whhich was an increase of 1 Ow.,- rrmed the deeiston of the lower ->art. de' wigh a. to ha
ed StateS senator. familiar with the conditions in this )O pounds in 12 months. There is a although since the tiek-t was auAgIa mofthem re-oeed ax .
S I TA-UAFERRO. county, and trB tour view of the oes..i notable increase in the production of tUe d ralrod s t he e hacngd and*. eT- en'i y at.t : as
tion, w desire to suggest to our people little cigars and the cigarettes man- itS name. The court hl). t ,*a tr 4 disgs in ne reep9 ef
RA'f K CLAK. 'that they can with but little extra Isa- ofactured numbered 3,28.62,261, or purihater of the tierket paid f Ai far i n Pe- lterpo or Vie4
-bor and care produce all the meats, an increase of 1iT4,7i.*29. for a ride for the distance r IaA,
-st la_. :..-._- and more, than will be adequate to the by the ticket, and was .-4 to a gr egaist rr set -~me. -
A. JE GS demand. In the fnt place farmers, Few social questioot sre asked more ride a her own, conrenie e- h t i ~y were e
-. iEOOC aloss without exception, can pro- frequently tMan, what is the increase -d aes -f th ie
B.+ NZEWTO. duae a soeuSent crop of such pro- of- rime? The ertional Censua Ba- Keridenees for singt Ta-ni;;l are dgd is ~ i jretiensine
B. SONEMA-. doets sa will be ample to produce a reau i seeking an answer to this i- m now rarely erected in New Yora City. rooasa; th.- :aside Ia:n
Seat supply of meat, and to do o r quiry. It is undertaking to seeare but are going p a s- r were miTd wth a a
-ON B ~ WALI, will only require an investigation of recordtof ail the pensn who are sen- residence section. The great c is of a e-neerts -ry 5iia- moS
S- this subject; and in order to lead to a tenced to the various jails, penitenta- bilding site is an almost is."uprab .e t.
ftary atet t study of this question we will state a r*s and other prisons ta the United bar to the erection of ta0e i register i e. :
i A yr e ~)RD'.few established faetsforcousideraton. States during the year 19A4. The The ideal home life cannot be i gh- pr eseu: a .
?-- Florid farmers can prdoeduce at a wardeons f the State prisons and the ed in the ointary !at. it is far i#sb.-trsas e a i
L~~IAtt n.3E ck- less priAce beef, pork and mot- sheriffs of the couantie are being re- for a hild to grow to maturity a Lgsar. pr - all
S- ton Ta in any other part of the quested to aet a" special agent to re- small. poorly furaiah-d cab.n than .'r h.. .. pay a + ta.
C pYO^ll5Vr worMld, because you can produce from port eerain faet concerning every the most Rumpiuomdy fornisL ra. "L4, '- t oe g,
t C. ( M. she soil such things as c.eaas, velvet person delivered into their custody. - -- ai-n and_9- sd ids
OfT. reureM. beast, chafas, piader, and other pro-. Some counties bave not been heard The Bow-Wong-Woy elan i doig m e
IAM- T. XyOTT. doet which are neeessary to the ak- from. In some perhaps there are no basines among the Chiete in Azer- as titre becmae5 -
j irc. g dof the aests so much in de- ails, in others perhaps the local Jaiis iea. The soeiety has already 0 mb o Cf he W *5sUi'
gt 1 PhI I 1 maund at a le o eos per pound for are no longer used, in still others the members and one of is praed ics s s .or n e r
L UOL Y 'the matored product thad elsewhere, jsheriffs have possibly neglected the cot off the sacred <'eue and wear thr *ty thf fae we agty
misuer of Agriculture. sad beeaoue in the cultivation and matter. But the records of the Cen- hair short like other people Is :# in d rat of
^.. MeL :eL. bearing of such products as essava, s*s Bureau and the resulting statistics marked as a aign of progress or atay a---
__________ In o et., the cost of prodding them is re- wiH not be complete ndtil all are heard rate of radicalchange and wi taend ni 'as r a i B
^E I. MOBGAX. 4 duced to the minimum and because front, and it is hoped that the pressure protect Chanamen who are already in to f" 5:C a'r beWin
teae Court Six Tei, jotean producea pound of beef, pork of other business will not eause the thiceountry. |fr i.Tf resp idir 9oe ass
NWICK TAYLR. or msttoo at a less price here in Flor sheriff of any county to block this gr ateet cfdiideie' la lha

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ILT Mason..

Tax Asseser.

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Wa- -sthi at any place in the LnOited m*a important inquiry.
States: and because not only in addi-
tion to the above reasons, you are As a much married woman, racec,
not required to feed the meat produc- Ithe daughter of Amos Snell, the Chi-
ing animals for over three months in eago millionaire, who a few years ago
the year, and because you can produce was moered in hi own oouse by
a 1.00-poud beef for not exceeding the burglar Taseott, now claims the
anSD a 200-pound hog for not over palm. Here is her record: 1643.
$2. With these faes well establithed Grace SnEll: 1861, married to W. S.
and easily varied you are in a sitaa i3eae.. 1_82, divorced from W. S. M-.
tion to not only supply the markets, Cre : 18 3 tarried Douglas Green:
bt at the metime make the raising 1883, divorceed .from Douglas Green:
of meets a most proftable business, 14,n married Frank Coffin: 186, di-
and there is not a farmer in Alaehoa roreed from Frank X. Coffin; 18f8, re-
county who cannot each year, by a lit- married to Frank Yixon Coan; 180s,
.ie labor add careS and to his annual divorced from Trank Nixon Coffin;
income from 4$100to 0, which, with-, 1 mared to James C. Walker:
in itself, will make our county bloom 100, divored from Janme C. Walker:
sand thrive as the e 1901, marred r the third time to
We propose at a later date give Frank Nixon Coffin; 1901, divorced for
data and exeerptoethisas well as oth_ the third time from Frak Nixoni
er indurial questions, ad trs that Cofi: 19(, married to Perkim A.
any friend who may have faeUs in eon- Layman; 1964. divorce now asked
section wth this object will favor as from Perkips A. Layman; l9;, ancth-
.the --er marriage in *ight.

ME f"D',

The Sta.e Exective Committee bhas
asshorisd the chairman to apois
nin membe-r of the eommitee to
.las with W. X. Ho.lway, the
nomi oned didae@ for Stat Sper-
inseedeAs of Edemsioo. with 0-ad
Sto we bmrgt ae s him f or
cralse hilieL "Why fore"
IMr. HJeileay was *eaMld as the
prvlmy el.imen Os May wxh for thsi
ea onader ohe aws of the State of

whoa tft*e gahsyfis to Soenris

e wor of 5ap.g[ the lasws of Fleoia eai to delaew ohe

a '' puspisef P99fMa here desomd
i-Re- l er.l yllwr, heir -teless spe-

i* Mr. Ron- son -To -
No w .-.-- j thm or--+ s.-;--. - ..... .* T. .-
fc~~e~r *^r~~foi i i~wt~tc^h;t~o
ifui^fl~rji|K -^^^e"^ ^*-*-. 416 *".^- aw''-
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MIUng -w put ryea twelve1C Da-
dred free police schools were opened
in Porti HRie with a earolleet of
70000. which repreM s an ierease
of per cent in two yams. Twesty-
#ve per eeas of all the money raised
in the isanid sie Ameriessa oMep
ta has gsae into the webooels, whie
be" year the school fdl wa0 pe
aet ofthe ae, Mo g to $-

"A iman s a eM tall she a iof
twenty," Ms ?jsbpM, "a ylow
tin the age of Westy, a aM aiss Ny,

atd abt e So t wS O the wetoo-
A-01 si e.: ya/ at o *'* ;If he eh ow* *

sseiw of al l Writ' wair to .

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An order has goe out fr.on the .m : wti i1
United States Postal nHea4dnaere to l
the effect that in the futaure- all rai- ~4.4 of a fe psis ls
way mail elerks willhare to give bowds ~ a aesi
to the amount of $1.c'Or. for the farth- p t a M
fal performance of their duty. some- --
thing that has nor been wquired be. ; p4eWp- s m
fore. -L rt-higx bet-ier t* .feed t.'ei l
The Republican campaign a egun ,t e es ,i jrn tlBt
but the Democratic contest wild b f
postponed til Oetober. Jodge Parkl.- ork ires < arsin. ii I
and his managers want a thorn, *harn m se s aoy -
fight, to I- tbegn after the tepteimb- oine TawrE khi
elections, believing that it would W .art ap-ms ... iN
most froisfaul in results. Mr a 7 bnM

UlneiSam has on his pay rot! about -P: -a,.A- a r i-
ten thoassd boys from fourteen to a termont wi'h their
nieteen Jyear old, who are CempF.otd r were ues.u .-ys
as special delivery mesngers. le t i th ee l
boy gets eight ents ot of. tn c-ntt gree of i
paid the gorernent f the Mee-t .aiP Os I.aT. iBs -
delivery *tamp. wthit they Sit fw*% insdW

A Boeton woman left a 'Uarn
mod in a London hotel ad
tack to the proprietor :Ke-
till I eome over next ainmir."
wonder that all Americmns ae
ap=e as oiwimaires

Judge Parker as i "sedi hi
of apsepaetes by mhenstntag
pewdsmee for the if tues" e is

Th0 meai him de:asely in IM
the eattst pedriiMs.

lT. Meft -- shen -ll -
uhe lrasm hee sannt
-0isdo- d- gd w 4600-(

O O g5firm f sr i pp- M|
S ha-b.r pert o
WiN* 4 a-
What aten Bry, i
tI'etiiToie got ceamei s4
Whe o*n fer gprraa fcKfo
o realty. l a fMM IMM
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ie-sf 'of beasita a___aam
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54 ~WX -


g -on Squ Tuesday

dalleer of anmandt ad the ra t
El g muskets upou Tuesday even-
ing were eidenees that the Guards
era ready to make their departure
kfot. Aqatine, whet*e the eneamp-
aiesofw thelFlorida State Tiroop for
S days wili beophntomorrow.
Thmeecmpan-y, ny-ftour strong, amnk
,. ul n ,der .otma-d of Captain
Iton nd Lieutecnant. Sealee,
IwIad "opn the streets at half-past
igt.o~lell.k for the last exhibition
l i ifore its departure. The aen
--wd-i" well, and thew-e who ob-.
U i**d e se the maneuvers. noted
ti- sh boays were in excellent eondi-
tio aid tfiseleBt in every movement
i- e followta g omprlsed t roster
which departed br special train tfor
Xaebele: -
Optan 0-. E. tLaytoni; Sergeants
Burett, MeOook, Hampton, Morris
d Qrtermaster-Sergeant Avera;
Corporals Ca lisle, Boyd, Laytn and
Jeruipa; Musicians Davenport and
Iale; Priva tes Barnes, (. 0., Barnes,
Y. Blake Beville, Boyd,Carter, .
cartere, S. L., Carlton, Colson, Dev-
S.es C..V., Denton, Di"son, Dougltas,
SGore, ollovwa, Johnson, Jones, King,
SJ. BT Kiag, N.. Meanr, Miller,
I MaAthera, MRae. E., MoRae, T.,
Iahrls. Powell. Saunders, Sadler,
bShe eld, Strigfellow, Strickland,
&mokes, Stiobhar, Taylor, Ward, Wal-
Ile. nd:ase:y; COoqk Elly and
Young; Ma ..w Beige,. '
; Themre was, a lare crowd on the
s-vewt to witeoft the drill, man of
-. whm were adies. The ro wd was
ve0 enthusiasIc, an d several times
I ppl dthe |boys in t4eexeeution
of the various movements.
At Roebelle the company joined the
special train froi the South bearing
the militia, and it is expected that
they arrived at their destination early
l tis mriIug.
S The Guara re well drilled and
ske sa splendid appearanee, anrid no
doo the company. will be selected
M9 of the twelve in the State to
-pa"rtaptee in the maneuvers at Ma-
sia. In that nt they will break
#p at St. Augustine and leave for
Shat point aboutSitardat.
Notwithstanding the lateness of the
hour, que a number of friends of the
1 omainy remained at the station to
see the boys off, ad when the train
palled out three rousing cheers were
given for the Guard., with an oeea-
aleaelamation, "A hood time to
you, boys." The company returned
the cheer., and as the train was lost in
the dieane the ear was.in. state of
happy sad enthuaiassie contusion.
For the information of those who
desre to correspond with soldier,, it
masy be well to state that all mail
shouldm be addressed to "Camp Talia-
terre, St. Augustine, Fla.," together
with the name of the company and
S regimen to which it is attached.

S Count Voa Miiieroux Dead.
New York,. August 30.-C-eunt Al*
bert Von Micheroux. is dead at his
-former resdence in B aldw.as, L I., at
Sthe age of 62 years Count Voan
ierox who had served the Au-
Outm, aimy scoaipodwd tile Ah aM
4M-& irl,. = _t O_ Utzto ..nd partde"ued
1^ t e wr4 ^tere t hel be
dowtfafi of the eapIre. Then he
-went to New Ortaim, wSe*a hb re-
anced his titles and bemne a nat-
rallked citizen. FoB r a time he was
IA the banking business but relin-
qalshetd that to establish .ilk Import-
tag bontse in Chicago He came t-
New York after the great fre of 1S71
-in which his establishment was de-

Fearful Odds Against Him.
edAtrldde, alone and destitute.
SOh, in briet. was the condition of an
e edi er=by the name of J. J. Ha.
T eaYamile4, 0. For years he was
te- ed with kdley disease and neith.
Ar dstesnormedidines gave him re.
tLil At length be tried -Electric Bit-
tern Ithptla oa his feet in short
od- sud "o b a: o'mon

as malkt fotr ~rm, eaW kiewy trod-
i *at am of tomaeh and
j- ar- NM.I

4- !1- A' ,o00* --

Alabama Will Probably Show a Net
Gain of $18,000,000
XMontgdery, Ala.. August 30.-It the
counties yet to hear from keep up the-
pace set by those- which have already-
reported tie taxbtle value of Alabama
prop&-ty is going to be at least $18.
003,010 in excess of what it was last
year. The likelIhood is. however.
that counties yet coming in will show
very much larer gains than those al,
ready re -'rti~.
Out of 21 co unties which have sent
1. returas of assessmcints only one
Morgan county--ha- shown a de
.age, and this i1 -accounted for by
#e burning durtnu the year of some
lurable eaw mll property along the
mnes>te river.
T 11 21 couties are Autauga. Bul-
k, Chilton, Clarke. CrenslTaw, Es-
E.m',ia, Greene. Henry. Pickens, Sum-
er. Taliad-Ica, Tallap'o*a. Dallas,
Saldwlit. Butler. Calhoun, C:eburne,
iaecon. Mobile. Morgan, Lauderdale.
All of t hhef except Mobile. Talla.
ega. Calhouin, Lauderdae and Es.
:ambia. may be classed as absolutely
arming c6ourties which get their val-
ia altogether from the products of
the soiL Mobile is rlch. of course,
eau.se of its coast trade and large
import an.! export business.
Lauderdale has some small factories
and one furnace. Calhoun two furnaces
-and a number of other iron making
enterprises, while. Talladega Oan aa
furnace and a number of cotton millsa
Escambia has a large number of lum-.
ber mills.


Girl Saved Mlary Frcm Almost Cer.
tatin Death.
3JhinoIi., .eli A.guit 20.-Ger.
tru e Savw)er, th- or2n:; heroine w! o
pili! n ^ far x iv.? chi:.Jrtn acroaSS
the v,n ...i *I C heavy -t r.-r: Ia.n Thr uda night. is t i
rclv a c-.:al ftir. her Lrave
act, t:) be iureta.! by funts sub-
scribt by c:t.z.:a of Mr-iomiance.
The y.Tun _., :..n -avc-. the en.r_
party from an almost certain death .
battling v ith her oara until her hands
were raw, against waves rolling :
feet high. The sea that night was
s heavy that all tho ,arger steam-
ship:n r-ema!ned in p-rt.


Was Large Ccttcn Exporter-Died
Near Au-IjZta, Ga.
Auil t;, Ga., A.i.aU i.-J. 1Walter
lanmiaa a large c,,Lon exporter, died
sud'uly Jaat night at his country
home near this city. He was attack.
ed with convulsions.


ve 0

One-Legged Man Proved the Victor In ._-;-
the Contest. -
New York. Au.ut 3u.-An endure. d M t
ance swimming match from the Brook and Building Material
lyn bridge o Coney island, under the 'HAtRLESTON, N. .
supervision of the United States vo;.
untrer life-esavlng corps. ha s resulted Sash Weights, Cord, lard
in tie YicCtn,. our a mnan with one leg |
The w:irn-,r was. Charsr-s Segfreid A.T
of Bay R --. w'o neLrt'.ared the '.. -"-- ( !
tance in In,' L ai r at:i' forty-eight j- t
itninuti me
Syuf c)fe.n wsr'- close b E. HACKER. Proprietor
hIm a t,'-t.: fi!-0h. o. tLem faint- .. ,
ed after they hal le-d narly the enatirs
Adtaancct Othorwie they probably t A C A I4S C. Q M* ITiII
would have wv(n. Both have partic'- Palatka., Fa.
pated in numerous matches an show-

ed remarkable skill.
Nearly all the men
up long before Coney
ed becaut of the

contestants gave
island was eight.
cold water and

swift tiHial ,currents
Several were del rious when taken
from the water, and one or two had to
be removed to the hospital.


Mutilated Body Found .on .Michigan
Central Railroad Tracks.
Orion. Mich.. August 30.-Murder

aad a dastardly attempt at conceal-
menit i' the theory of the local po-
lice in the case of Maynard Bixby.
whose mutilated body was Tound on
the Michigan Central tracks near
Orion early today i
Bixhy, who was 19 years of age.
lived with his parent. ia this city. H,.
was with friends when last seen. He
left them shortly after midnight Sat-.
urday night, pulling out his watch as ,
he departed, and saying that be I
was going home. The watch wa~
not found in the clothing on the dead
body. and this fact, coupled with the
Ainding of a blood-stained stone in the
vlein!ty of the tragedy, furnished the
evidence of foul play upon which the
police are working.
Bixby was a young man of good hab.
s.A Boy's Wild Ride For Life.
A Boy's Wild Ride For Life.

With family around expecting him
to die, and a son riding for life, Is
mile-, to get Dr. King's New hiscov-
ery for consumption, eoughs and colds,
W. I. Brown of Leesvill-. Ind., en-
dured death's agonies from asthma;
but this wonderful medicine gave in-
stant relief and soon cured him. He
writes: "I now deep soundly every.
night.' Like marvelous Cures of con-
sumption, pneumonia, bronchitis,
coughs-and colds and grip prove its
matchless merit for all throat and
lung troubles. Guaranteed bottles 5Ie
and$1 Trial bottles free at all drug-
gists'. _________
Heavy Damages for Woman.
Raleigh. N. C. August 3N-.-Robert
A. McCrary. an ex-member of the
legislature from Davidson county. has
brought suit against the Souttern rail.
way for 45.100(, for the death of hsl
wife and for serious injuries sustained
by his daughter last January, the vre
hidcle I which they were driving hayv.
lg been struck by the fast mall trait
ft a track crosaing. Mrs. MeCrary
was instatly killed and her danghtr
fsaared for life. The damage
eltaned are the heaviest aked for In
S_ came of the kllug of aI womaM e and
b fight wll be ome to .m* 1t

Hluntt.r Fye XXX ..........$1 50
XXX X ................. ..... 2 00
Gold M3 dal] ... .. ... ... ....... 3 00
Old Baker .. ...... ...... 3 50
Royal al ... ...... .... 4 50
Lewis '66 ... ... ......... 5o 00
Corn Whisky ......... 50 to 3 (iC
Gin .......... .... .. I 0to 4 )00
Case Good at lowest prices. Extra
charge for jugs: ': ,-gal., 10e; 1-gal-.
15e; 2-gal., 25c. WeV will allow price
charged for jupg. turned to uC.
Goods boxed if desired. 6-15-wS|
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T.. TO sE ...-



Made inl Gaineiville h't




iiI IA. ou Di UtV
it- the Circuit court. EiWtt, Jun waf Ciresut.
^Aiachuat ro rmt floridv!- I'. Chacer .
Mars Ie.c. M'artim i.1. J:itre- H Martin-
1l,; for I ,orce-
it .-rp-earir.6 r. ;, id-.i et stire cAeti the tina
fie-d in the L4ni0- -tate! ,*aa-e that James- .
Martin. trheiefertti.nt itnereir. named. i-i a re-4-
dent of tae t-tate of F.trida. azud hao.- been ab-
.4ent front. hi ,Iee of re-c ier~ce for more than
i-xty day" reee;i!,i: tta-- Ordler of Pu'ieatimn.
and I eor-ce4_zA; ; %4,-eA M< that -erviee can-
to* t-e ibade -,nr. hiB. and iA over te age of
twentv-one yer-s it it therefore ordered that
said resident defendant te and be Is hereby
required to arpear to the MIl! of Complaint
tiled In said caue ,or. or before Monday.the 3rd
day of Octo er. A. I. 1I-f0. otherwise the &tlega-
tious of %aid hill wi- be tak-en a eonfesd ty
aId defendant
It -. further ordered that think order be pub-
isobedonce a week for fourconseeutive weeks
In The Gainesvilie Sun. a newspaper publihed
in said county and Siate.
TWbt August 1rth. 10M.
H, C. DENro Clerk Circt Court.
ISeall Br s. B. Wiease,. .C.
A true copy of origtaLt
L C. CI ITON. C cwk.
Per S.o H. Witgrec. Ic C.
EVANS HAILE. Solr. for Cew'Lt.

Egahsbedi~ he .Me.l

The Oldest isky

Hoo in Georgia

Guaranteed S years old. By t!-
gallon $30. 4 full quart #*. 3
Guaranteed 6 years old. IBy the
gallon $2.T 4 full quarts *3.'.
Guaranteed 4 years old. Iy the.
gallon #2.50. 4 full quarts 2.7-5.
By the gallon $2 25. 4 full quarts
Guarantt-ed 8 years old. By the
gallon $3JO. 4 full quarts $32-5.
(hiaranteed 4 years old. By the
gallon $2.5 4 full quarts $2 74.
We handle all the leading brand- of
Rye and Bourbon Whiskies in the mar-
ket and will save you from 25 per cet I
to 54 per cent on your purch-zsh.. S-ridI
for price list aind catalogue. Mailed
free upon application.
A5W6-Z40.510-51, FOURTH STREET.

Order Your
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4 full tuurt P'ride of N. C. Cor. i No. 3 : .- i ,-* ".'.'--, "' -' .
All goods packed ij- neatS box. ae ja t e t,.' .. "-m I-:
style. I want your holiday businc t... N.-',-s :. a Vi a.i.:It-,r tt- .r' -
and will treat you right. -send me ybur I '.- .: ice- ., .; ... :- 1
order from prompt shipment. ,
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MASTEr'S SALL i .,i t.at-lo"st-|
Notic is beretv 'iven that under amd i, ,4 ... : t i
virtue of it lir ati d-c-ree of fort'eiI"sur,-uam lta th h 4 r,, ,'i, t 4d a
nidenc ard tntitcredl 1> the Hoo..J. 1'. Wi'Lk. .,. - .;, Msit. i-
v -t 4...I ,.-iiM
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in ;itdl for Atachua pourtt)ty.in Cb;n<-.-rx .on t .s ?.au.e- a- j. rn*-^----- M,-, CB :
21st d yu of Jtiy. A t,. ln ; I -e rtawri .aI -** ] ri To fr (,;,.#. -. .9- TW, -. --
thwTretn iAeding;. -herein Mr:tc-t I M t.s-e ... J KL 3ort. f t aJ. -I
fu"' cs om lainamt and tVi-toria Fionida I',- -,r- ,if I-'ti-hr. -
phate Compnany atod othead c are it efendt Iiot I Atk. :i* at.. rafr. 4o. ,':,Um :!q,. .-ra*w I-
shull ofter for sAle and -eli l4 the' fthe'-i *id- 4 r
der. for ra>h. ;;t i pobhi' outerv. i -?e- .- r l ,,.r 4!e i ;\t-ii ..j r t r h*,-xi .t-'-.$ I
court hou,e door in saifl Aia.\t-tra cernv.l ir t i,
City day in S# tepmo-r. i'4 the -anie t1in w the
tfith day f -aid mouthi andl ; Iefal -- da. ---- ----- ----------- -
withbinr the leal bhur .if .sah' the'iro)ertvde- < A
eritbedin the lnaio decree u.itatr. hin.. x a N<'TI I. FIt P' Itl lATOUN
lbeln in Alaehua count%. Florida toi w t2 Th, 'n t ard n f.ce- :,t .a-rfAXt" V _a
-,outh hbaif of tne northea---t carter a0n thM- Jt I 5 '.0 w-
ea',t half of the ntrtheat -uarter o: tti \t,,,., s-re,,- .A t _t h .t t
northe-east iuarer of Seet-tio. iJetrjtv-tw,_ 2,) j itt the : ,tV;.r f tt 0 -u oa Cf -
inTrowns.hit te-(to. south ,ft .Rac;r: '-ven- June i -7- -vtt:t -'r a-.. ",r -uas i
teen (17 ea-t. otttttllntn Olte .tiJnrt.i a,.re---. II. .- it.4 ,t on n.tuir o C.:.Z r-LMfe*'. ol -o
n-rUe or I.Sit EP. TFOSHEN E. FO- TEK. \- ; N j a, snd Wahlurwor. TCTrrits -
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'tTH'K t1 UI. TfN
Noti-e i htiert-l i v tven tI;jt ;tBa u clf:tiou Wi.L
be heil in t-letion 1)i'tfl<'t No 14. Aahth.&
county. F'iorida. on S.tarda Set'term'er I7th
I",. for tiu- tunrto of determainifr wbhetbei
saki district -hail tweome a .Sjpe'ia Tax )o.ii
L.trklt. who aii toe the roti tru-tee* ot ,id%
ditriet and the ntumtber of nHli. of dittriet tax
to t-e levied anri eu leuesl aajaj for tIe tv',
succeeding year .
The folioA. n ierunis are hereyv {aJtnte1,
l5spector-'ani (-,ark of aid eieiotiu t I.
Feaster. J.D. Merry. Thoma- MeCtedie. ar -
D. A. Miller e'erk.
ThI% ,te Wd ciy ot Au u'-.t A. D 1*4
Hy T. F. Tb(stma<- ,'mtirmn t..
B1 the iHuard Attes't:
H. U. DENTON, 'leri
l.arxid 4'tie- at 1*ai ewviut i'a.
Aub :ist 2 14.
Notie u. Ihreby gigen that the ft,.iwitj-
natned .ett'r ha% tiled sotlte of ht hintenLion
to ImaAe final proof ir sti4i-irt of tus*
claiiM. a that aid proof wiA t1e made ti-
ore Reti r and rP ai 'aintes K e Fa.
on Seltemuter *). lt4. 'h'
NATHA.S H TttomA- o; :Vannee F'.a.
Hd. $ Tow Lship S. Range 14 E
SHe uames the tfoUowint witrnexse- to prove
miss continuous reiddenee upr nand cutivration
or %ad land.viz:
W. I Laeaster. T. G. Lanier. M H Slahn-
ter. T. A Clemmow.. aia of WanDee. FI_
ix W. t,. B3 'INSOX. Reeiter

Sunmmner ormal.

The Omge Springs orni and

Will pen on June 18 for the fifth Mu-
eefal ammaer term. Exeeoallt ad-
of the fam M aalpber ril. If In-
teaeted address J. BRISON,
Prineipal, Gaessvi~le, or L t. LMON,
Ornugs p ~milel

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Com jlainantA Soiurlon.

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to of NW:ge o AlOfAW
Io. the 7.r T se am a n or *
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