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: 09 4, 1904
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
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: VID02254
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
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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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VOL. XXI, NOi. I iAI'ESV LLK, FLOI)RAl. SATIRE I)AY, SEPTEMBER 9. 1904


P 1 M TAIiflAIP h..' *. *r'c>\nrj a n i, I^ ,, . f p |UIT wole a bu atMi! oontaastly. at a mr .4 kill
CRISIS IN STRUGGLE '" .., BATTLE WAuED WIH "**balc" t MA
a fiolll' ip t W84' .W ilh th.e ofh i cl r Pl h beparti0n d .rl ttion. W
SEEMS IMM INENH1 7:: '"A*'N*1 '' )t"' FRIGHTFUL SLAUCGI ER A
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.t heI .h 1 .Thpa*l9h.,g o.i). exrpvt U "- c outing Ito r."r
p a Million Men Fighting for >.,y hej. man i,,Icr,... aeih lg, Oraphic Account of the Lisa o utr Phtingr, e01
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the Mastery,

THIS JAPANIAE LOST HEAVILY

frttle of Llao Yang Nai Proved To Of
One of the Moat Sanguinary Con.
tests of the Great Struggle In thie
Iar last.
St. PeLtirlnure, e ,pt. 1.--S2: l p. nm
*.Thet batltl att l.1ia YViig last nightly
coutinuCed untl nidtiluight wlth friglt.
(gi ll l iR t'h IC r
The JapaiCtii at 'la.'t iucrAelled n11
getting a colmICnIt mer or, lortheglB-t ol I.IAJh Y8a11. ad (Ilne -r,
*I Kure patlkitn gave tlihe oridr to fell
batck on the nialli wolle, blit owI lr4
to the Japrnnee leiirei, this movIive
Oait was not *Ae ttcAo.1, The' anriles
slept In thter ipo'ilt;iont.
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Jaanpw crnwod at a point called ag
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oif ,U'wlhi.t labovie ,lao Yang, an4
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Cit !) e!ei j. t ?f tiltnxg the R iealai
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I .huid but a rvtision was made out
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tempted to capture PaluAiiaban, whio*4
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lit, Poter burg, Sept. 1.-1:37 p.m. *n. places their los at 1.014 killed N*w York. t. l,.-T, 4e
-Although vikl'atl Kuroplatkia has and wounded. for one hour fte r reetly report4l ot Pri" .g
hail theta best of the two daa' ,battle iIsells were thrown from !ihulabllylg Orowoe fta0 1 to, t0 1
at Limla Yang, thc, anilpese hero la Into Port ArthIIew, The above tltort' I* psveraor. 10a alttOtI
liatetiei. oveir tthe tital isstoi of the TI. nation was brought here tonight by wi0Li the obj~tI ote I4a
tMtle altrutigle. It view of It nun. t'hpene whoi apek< airelliat Iel eatis t, o" to fosat to e 1thie
ber of nmen and eune etli~gle. tihe and who waI ertoployed at the pollee Csr t Gnirr *.it
Oarnageo tdoulbtAliI will I ttst oat station In Port Arthbr wh plaOe he" to .erthte 1o-ploa | .
both kildie.. TIea tbet Oigures now left In theb evenlai are thet half a mIllion men, with about added that Utp t6 klls doplature na fat 't.,'"
1,50 lgulut ar rtfiglhting for the pals, ther aetatok had betn eda by the t. e tted Uthat I
terry, The cris. Is 1 vxpecte*d today. Jalante on Paknpith4n. .HO et4 Io :Mitvat'lvedh' ~ !sli
The public lr hungry for: lnforatlion ,arms prevlupea reports that thee Rus, to the i ,t # thA Ir
froth otltkll I oulitiri -ae. that the failure alan hall re-occn'ptld litheae wbr retel e here dstle4e tuim:l
t1 give ouit advice, lasi night iN Int tthereo has beepl but llttlt ilbiitlg rh t P**W' 'Iti
to'rIe-1.^',ld ol.in1atlIy in sonio quiartWor, t jitly., At 4:14 a n. Aug. 6 the proolt th I
but I6' explainablhie by the theory that Jeilane atac eh ior ot 0,r on thte 5 4 -P5I I'
O.Geeral KilCront.iA li L iit bsyn the' Borthletr(il p ml.lelll of h e,' glcqig lcC atlac to ptro-ThisT furt hi ai new Iastd 1tr16 use t d a pati$ ~N
parie rAprtsUt fiAo p lrUoi au, bts sports After three hoeiera' tirco Iiag. dtur1 Whoit ii* 0't1 11 0'
to 'hli t.iCemror inrormatntioni whirlph te, it ae pmbllh. crusi fire fromn '1'pt No 20t, t e Japa, asking (0i fi$l o A
edt. Th>e m(n',er tealr+vl received We.te .kuccede,|d In Wituring the frorft. 5, tr. aa l, tagtf t
lmalkte It plain that tlhe .lapantte are WCVilvn ive ltician were satly *way Wf his eboiaelatay h.i
trylitit lth the flakun of(i tolnoral Kui. froi lrt No ii the Japanscee is i po't Si ~p
roelluli', positiolin and atelrromuad the waveld aVr it. d nteveral feots coe trk*1 *eotre1y qf
l iunIttall -irllt at lhiaeo. YA ,g. as hlai. centratoiI their tii,' m It. and the Jpi,' 'b, t 'I n.a eCUts .h: ''I
shal liazatlie' was; Alit ia in SW.tr tof. envi, ewreie a iiltcomplledt to rotlre., llay P rlt, Il t4e e l'tl4l
t.-r the. liAttl. itf lraxelotx1ole, Abg. 18. rlnitg wsa lardtI by thy Chinese on thle Is outlnOd bl't4 *l44:po
I870t. htit ll1p te al.gt llht.. e rdling' uilht of AuI6. U. ,govrnspoet to 'Ille(
to .uin,..i.lm.! adh,,.vim, li'eIr p(4 ha.,l, .. --- ....'- - .IIly. against ayil t
fatiL l'i n 11, y C.eeI worC 1A'I All MINERS gTRKI, .' '"w"..i.s J i l
paintt. ,seAilh. tlC" .lienInle ahurnU. ----W '.'Th' Ipole addrtIhat
nCfOc glle. .our Aiddi-nCly., tihIr in.llia)l Quit Work on Atcount of Reductieon 11vr 1 tb. tliiropci pe
ilghI ltllIue lhi),-rt., hT press, In Wagei Clr e I oftreae pld to
re-ti zint frorm iewrlene. th' el lper. the status tu Ia the Ay -.I
a Charilvcir of triC l a.ll i.CtI l le.l tleinx K llh V Ti. l ne ., Itlpt. A'.-- A ilWt al
(,;Ihlii- 1 ithe tiact' Ie A tlha. e l atlhA tU T).1'l4 ljl'itel l r"i Co 1" Cni \' A.*el whlee a r.il allo't a 'l1c t lbo ut A4 ll4 i noti e + htil r *ni ployt d ii ,)r Ad. .
InC i>i h ,-r.i h IA ', hrc. at the'. Cr''.Ilt o by tI tAtill tre'ekl (A*el pa'in >y. "I' Hester's An sil Re04 ft. o Bea
T'ln'A'.,|i, '. li. In. ln,iAIA 'C Cle., erela, t-. ftrcehCe'tlcv l 'l TThLct e, in< ccre. WeaseYe te|y.
AItl< C int AA ',\1,,lt Co liAr +r-it. t e. c1 ervill'ceIaM thih< e IIiI+I+.-r KeW Oree Sept. I i .
p A.r. ihr... Ch oi I atimt tait Phtl I G(ei rigv ('taleIl C'upl'riontc4ediilCnt of the ermitary t I h t, r'ienaq l gi1 i
kl til. Ihi Aii ml' ..l t hIiCIanl, wc s .Iv tn i tlay th lcle' ti 1' t wae' wsl il m l e btL re. 1 given i1 T*ueda3 eve l tn
lt. 4.;.l1c I, r C K inr, thiii by dl. -it'reI let lA C,'irp a"',iM t ed e tom, actpt tl e roerlit 4 of Iotto lI at A.
I'>>Ac iti.l ,ve r te l e.' C l ii' l of A t(H. tti aemeI ridAliUlt a d. aC c or th.ll. r tat po rtV ,for fr theile iy r' l
al.ni< lP- ,lii o.erth fArltc1r ly ), )iit work, ''The majority of thite aalicuht 7T. I4, 104 ltst yeatl0,,
Al e piir eiI at h ld ilt" 4i.'(Ae 1ti have come here r' a1 t r to h"atlhn milllie an Cead li
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the' (,,. ,i 'Gr'1 (i ,,t that widr,. .":' aced l(.B0te,8tU nhe e 'r bltot .er. "
fro,,m iv th ,jintli w ae . iiealoe nncrrne Colonel ilestrr hit e mactc h)i.d" ap .
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t-oli'htuivm of wage paidt' and tihe, redn t th soith, and ha receIved rp
theo1s pr'i.ri cby itieh tomplIany wrea i mall ind telegpreiir fritwi! i Wl is t
"FrtM liM4iiigal. retdliet 'edclm ia ofttomn th toft>te tttl |eim IPt.si t. A
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daJ.labror, elnla ticel from I1.71 toiitil ve ie apdar ti rie liti, .t :o 1 e At
ll-r i Ala) i vl rv'sk retlAc. .romdt t0 1.hll..16i2,t beet o l this. 10O,0Awer.et k
tir ti.1l l.Ar day. Iteg atrelways en lrrot iMort.l slid in1h0udeid ..* "it
rooluT'l ero Ini .1.10 to 90 reti ipe recPl-tits This showe tthiat tlle tt0il
cOl>t(< yard 4 IDiggieg ePittrl'e,- cdntaicted of eth' imeith t ai t t0 tv ed ipl h tib *...
trwic 11peI tq !I.i per cublc yarltd. iloma *ii .lti.lcig 'l -.03- an. d iI.T 3
leoss 1an eduilg4 .lOi-011, the.02,
PISTOl POINTID AT AGNNT. bAint tll ie tio'th, ic'cteftla to o
-ditlion of.th, IIxW*'1r0 4d.i to'41
Men at. Jcklon., Miss., Demand Tick t higmhio_ thiriawnthetllrte
... e----ta'Without PayitiN e.ne.oo n-. hwitt the tin mantifctd pro.
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llin a me ilt'ral I'eslacetiter depot mtW i|I ,t 1 14 1itlt i tr' $f1lll'pere t ':ow 1M I
trh dCSAA'Ci i cc tl iCay. ,'a'v, r '..ra't i,,Icil 'ilet1 1'i W m .*',i'Ahy e0'r Thlrtadi lp ;i*', .: :.1 .1
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Iatllt tOr 'itr to.u C le iitcilteail, Allla C,. s howi t tco til e.litest.i... he.
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m ioni-y l Ie r'',itl \.'hente Ticm i A .IH t mnli lcnf Ion of northern : ill. *IHd 'tl .
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minl's reiIrtAS hie CeitCl'h.e. a m- rvtoelVo,' tonM ,' r1e wlll.a'c i -t 'e the erob i ,. b.
from lills ltoc'Ae -tC n t IC.ooki-, j)il,0', Ik, h A lt s lnd fiet l t I t ,<<( ,tt tB er l .: t .r
m- int tC foi,-cf- th)i i t, t 'lcanro vi e the tkick .I til
, lully l.00 people wtvor t l '
Ctoln at .tet' tinc atel.vr-ie>'thlt'asI io ... W len ,nDimn i rate. '
a (iate af extfin'ent' for i. n Irniit l 'r Oash t*, RWlk,. $8pt. '1.-Th Detmo
two. 'A iAioltCnitan wAvt Ceall'l tIcy 'Mr cratll' ctate o0lf i e tioini. tesil d l4th ' "
di,.,ri'iirt l peArAmin In .'b hou*e,. and l thd the uiatts:litie of the c tentlot In y tt
tfrait r 'wa pa I"'i 441l iilh r arroer., I it be tieis ctled, Pi qu'rnirr Atornef U '
awirnti' lo thei (t tA C h i hi fe' t andlit- ,iraml .laen t, 'Oiet eortt0r, of.Mil!k a e ',
'te i-4 I*thtel r*n "w *r "+'pr(;,hcA + a n.lh it atI was alleI'pmr Man llgiit cilernC l,'Ai t t :
wrutrh<''i oemiltt11t, ta1 i la la t -cemtel r |' It 1 etle 'ia e. P lpC ati l c th 'Wae i w''
the'' tian ws 4e early eovoterl ettcgety thi, reeittalti'otit holi Rteblliel, 0,o0"
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,n. uge tkI* 0* Iss i .ts Atest
lt su s hl.5r 6 t re ***. a
'The kI hrie.. I 4: a c.slgc @.lak in a
,.*hnl er.tIr n ,'," l ,gr'+.?. lily >*ri. e* ; I....) ,l
:te l*thoibIr io hIilly xt t b/e up 'Mir
the sirds to ek.1tri,.il dutgurbazi.on.
,Tll'ey hanbg their teied. at such r,.eS
liaSt trst ilp thl.l eyes Iii the r*,mnt
eonlour ll nlhe f; tow, citIng a
ai tluetb they twla1 quite made up zheitr
sntimdWe tht teir laot imr hlad (Owme.,
lu o 't e ormige. Tlhy am' 1ib r td
aIIfO, IreO (lei.es, fot~ s. p. laT *ld itnil.n -
*I with on eOY to ertfect
T1h 1MstepOtillly e *tes to be In-
h* li eIaks, forlt their eir tIn c.rw
hf hlst lrA aln e Mes; e by ai tbhunler,
(torm >(t( wlen iae e it Is worb th nolla In t1161 ouneeloD
that NSlaak.s*uir' 'iti Ieniito of AUthen'
,tMay. *We, poor matI I .-Aetir o, tib
114e dece It is Just I.emible that
Ibt. may sya tohe ir0 orIld ati of the
phrse a it Wfers to tieI striing of aI
oblp dtilng a thun1-r't.orl> and deck
alo, have twieb ftnriIsly rast nt
drIL.-lI On~I A i Ani0we.

MARINE TURSINES.

.5 Alassadeto.
In turbine stsaowerg there (i'a murk-
ed a n 1A of slbration, while the leaAl.
tIeet olw In gthe 0)l "of the t a,7lary
tgivest ea.t purlttylasu in f'. le-of.wa
iiakU. better ptoelotion pOAiAOe i nd
tls p glrethIl udvantlgcls of turbine
art, matty. The. rent the 0 1,.111t "n--
biraelBoy n VA while tlphey ouil tvn
Boor ,ian cuIte aPeio itte ltstple iii <'on.
.atruetwo aifnd qWlintilco.
In a Ainrbl tg fitf Ipi i nothing to wOrs
otut. Time only pInrtas l uDij-rt,cd to fri.c
Ot-llsteO plsIlle, t,1t gllese rnn In oil midtl)
after years of rkitAiut i.ort i .[tme Ino
wear. "'aI'r s' 4stirlne plaIns. of 4to
bors"powcer o.4d 4 ,~t I hlerepux wter.
bthk hav,' twoedln electric se. .
atirs for year*.,, have' not yet tnt ia
pegnuty r ras..
The steam tlurbie dalea .ibak to l
S!. (., when iHer etf Alexandria de*
eIWAe It In his boook on p1KuujSatIes-**
PrLson's Weekly,
What Is Life.
Itn the lost analyst Ann ly ktiows,
but w* do.know t hat I is tnder a rit
law. Abuns that law even slightly,
oina eualti. tlegular lmDinag nmIns
dorsne nlmtn l.of the orauns, reIultin
Ia eolaasiption, hepdae s tor liper trou-
blte Iif. IiP' Ne, ife .Plls gulok.
I* jr nItdus hIs. ',t's gentle. yet
h oreagh. Only 2e at all druggistsi.

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A(ol At let Is t it i ,rr.iw -. ,* a ty whh'dh Il l'.t1y o4i) lv* itit 'hL ist
S bunht la It i tswMn lat ly sees aue) .t..Al.
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no ,lest StiaUmy 1i t ilhe Co0StWI SoerTio0
Clyde New England and Southern Lin'
D;t t servie Netweel JACKS(,NVILLL-. JOSTNi adi
PIlOVIDENCE and AAll Eastern i'iital,
n!i atl ai Charleston both way$. ,
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Landing on si. Johnls River
is r, "*CITY OF JACKSONVI. LE."
LUTves Jacksoiimlie 1:& p. m. undayd. Tuesday and "'J'iradays.
Le)afves auford 8:80. a&n. Monday, Wednesdlys *nd Furiaym,
iAs ppointed to sailas fulonw:
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en Ckeoe eMUrb tasu. ltostatrsuelI. No Vor*


The SMART SET
A Magazine 6f Cleverness
Magatine# should have a welldeflin.d purpose.
Ueui4ne .nterstinmesr, anmusement aund metattl reerat(ion are the motel
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Most Successful of Magazizes
Its novls (a complete one in each number) are by the most hrllliant a
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Its poi ry onvering the entire field of verse-pathos, love. humor, tepdl
aies-i by the minot popular poets, then and women, of the day.
Iti jok4e, wittleisms, ak'etchb. etc.. are admittedly the most mirth-pu
coking.
16o Pages Delightful Reading
.No page$ are wiated on cheap llhstrations, editorial vaporings or welt
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MAO 000 CREATES

ALMOST. A PANIC


ATrACKINO OTHER ANIMALS
rive Osnines Fell Victim to the Polisn.
fu i *lu of This Anithal, and. Kt-
teimentl Relignd Until the Mad Dog
WIs Killed.
Opnildertble se0 tetnitt Irevaitted
Upo Iei streets, of Usainivollie Friday
ueoluing by the appearance of a nmqd
46g, sad for a few :imom0ent there WMe
seue of general anitislohn. Tfhe
ialw1l as a very line pointer, owned
Wb PW Je., who refused a shamndume
ai s for the dog lles than week ago.'
j fore the lnlmil was ihot by 0t-
tinr Orowwell It lad attacked and bit.
ea fAve other dogs, with the result
'lsit the commlulty is now awaiting
tilted with eonelderable anxiety.
another dog belonging to A. Parker
We went mad at the home of its own.
Randd had to be shot.
SAmong tlihe dogs bitten by MIr. Le.oe
polater wee theii e1 setter belonging
to Benjamin Miller and the animals of
L.. A. Jernigan and 8. J. Thomas. It Is
ua4erslood that an attack was also
*ade upon the alinsai.of E. K. Fagan,
but without efftet, as no res situnIoU
wMahowU oa the pgrt of Mr. Fatgan's
S anlas, and the mad dog rushed madly
It Is URggeslted to the owners of
6tho dogs who were so uantortn Ilate a
to get 'iaxed up" In this affair, keel)
4thelr caninps in custody until it is de-
termlned whether or not they will be
ffeted. ______
IN JUYTICO COURr.
Geo. Foster for Resisling an Officer'
Committed to Circuit Oourt.
For resisting an oflceor in the dil.
barge of his duty G(eorge Foster, the
ntegro who drew a pistol o an ofttleer
at Bellatmy a few days ago while the
latter was eodeavurig t take him
into custody, aud who was slubsequelnt-
ly arrested by Depsty Sherilff M. S.
tCeses here Wedneiday, was ar-
reigned before Justlee Colimaui Friday
morning, and played under a bond of
001s) forhis appearance at the next
teram of the circuit court. Ifaving
failed to give the bond, tihe prisoner
Wns remanded to jail to await the ac-
Stio of the grand Jury,
The charge for which the Bellamy
o.Ieer was endeavoring to arrest Fos-
t1 wai obtaining money under false
sretelnse, and he must also answer' to
that charge.
A HANDY REMEDY.
Mantock's Liquid Sulphur is a Friend
to thg Household.


R. MOCLLAN'


UndertaikingCo,
(USE li tlA,


Funeral Dir'eetors 1id
LIceused E 1balmers.,


Pl'ture Frame, N inlslr hiiasmp*. Art
6i9"sU pI'bolelrr).' I auian Ko.
dats, t.'aswras aud l'hategra-
plwrs' l.*lsptsiel

Order 'by Telrrilnh or TTelephone
will revive premps altietan.l

MEETING KIRiY SMITH.
legleate* Seletlad io Represent Chap.
tar in National Convenlion.
An interesting and 'largely aItendv4
meeting of Kirby Smitli Chap-
ter. United Dautghters of the on.
federasy, was held at the home of
Mre. J. It. Fiewellen, East Church
street, Thurnday afterwoon,at whihl
the following delegates to the National
convention whioh will be held at St.
Louis Ootober 4, wore elected:
Mrs. It. 11. Moreaty, chairman;
Mrs. J. N. ytrobhar, Mrs. J. E. Waln-
right, Mr. Jiseptp Mana. e. Alter-
nates, Mrs. .1. F. M.aKistry.Jr., Mrs.
It. Pearee, Mrs. Turner Brewer and
Aira. I, V. Chamberlain,
At this meeting the proposed amend-
mient to the Co(usitstltou was brought
up and disouseed,and members were
instructed how to vote.
There being no further business the
meeting adjuurned.
Mrs. I. II. AliOreary, ipretident, was
in the chair, while Mrs. J. N. 8trobhar
aletvd as secretary.

Uruguayan Revolutlon.
N tioi. t 'riigiayan nl nlter., has present
ed a note to the Argentine republio
says a lri;l dtlspatch from l4uenol
Ayrus calling aittltton to the facill
iles of evry kial the Urupuayial
rovoluilonislt are Alleged to obtain II
Argentinm territory. Hie says therl
are arrunel bands in the province ol
(o'prlnto and Santa P., awaltlng ai
op.rltuinlly to cross the river litt
U'ruigua'y to take part In the revolts
t nn. The mtinitt"r oif foretgn agfalri
has repidit to Mftnllster .Munox that
the authoritlee of both provinces have
rweelvedu orders to exercise due vigl
lane' to prevent any breach of nett
trality,.

Call for Appropriation.
Washington. Sept. 2.--R tportt front
the navy yard at (harlet4.ln have.beol
recelvedl at the navy department aa44
the rpeconmeldasitons for Improvement
there during the next year call foi


Every home requires certain well- approartations In the ishllborhood ot
chosen remedies of soientill, modern $1,000,000 Paving the street la ths
type, fQor te in emergency or on the yard. building wharves and improve
*ppeareneeofchrouletdispoders. Han- lull the water distribution are amnon'l
oea's Liquid Sulphur i such a prep- the main Items.
t1ti0on and Is uoequaled in its sphere.
h value unapproaehed when added to ucceeMlon e nglilh.
biting waters. It gives them allthe Indianapolis. 8ept. i.'-'apt. William
ltole properties of fliest sulphur nBtitIh tditaY 1ueesdIed Harold
*priai. Megrew as comnmnnder.nehlef of the
The ownerr of Hancock's Liuid Hul- rnlited Spanish war v(trlans unadeo
ur te.t ge id the aienienft signed April 11' when
ebolute, over anoe. ite. herpei. bIuris the AM41nmatIton of Spani1 h War vet.
SMi 91dl., riBrlrn, pimple., prlckly erans was completed. The national
beat, dilpthdritg rr, pip olnkes ardl eneasnpment will be helt at St LOAUis.,
otht diphtheria, of ealtar, oanPyelid id Sept. 19. when (Captain F. tngtlh', 0Ue6
t ornsor of sp ey will be elected. bilt will not taki
mouth or throat. offics'until Jan 1 Twonty-five thou
At leading phiarnilacitas, I eluet Iea nntr, o. th- rganizatloa art
deselrptive booklet otl Hancock L.iqsuid expIir.ed I, attend
Pulphur Od., Balthitore, 3d.. .
LADIES ARE ENCOURAGED. W -S ator Hoars e itio. h
t g.. ..... .n: il ilsh,; .1.in oln lithe eondltion of
C1 COmmittei on 8abscription for Drink- t lhurt vss t thsl fore
ing Fountain Art Successful.. ni",,
't'be coniUtteo of Itdiet froi tt w if' I r-' is cum4foriaTy anl theft
i Wo t n',~a it iTmnprrn nt l n-i--nm1T- .4... li. u 1. in Nt-i-rona d
st solicit public subscripitiu.so for th' t tl' i t strl,- iul i noi l. t 101 er'asod
puriFpoe of ilsrtalling a dlrivqkinig f 4illt .t onte conveniienit |ioiut ilpon the. h: I h r(; i-e .an,11 t '"it Atjs ;:,1
Sequ re ar now at 'work, sild. rin' rt I' n'' t'.'*'i viblo chanl t e. for e ev
tmot encouraging : s uts' t'as, ,
While several nie, dtonatidits have
be0e made. it is thoi purpose uo the Notice of 1 eache Examination'
prolblil to erect r a lhaislonoe fotil.- Asin xasninalion O>f applicants. (lor
LItl, and coilderable niioney will bewill held in
required. Those desiring to sstseribse Itimi city bLegintning oin Tuesday, 'i -
B confer witr I s danw.o. Ilist Iih ternber titih, i 1.1 at clock It m.
ag .-'.a,, .V pplioanliii will 1 required to uppily
Sprains ljtliuselvts with legal calp paper, penn
5. A. lead, Cieo, Texas, writes, sd ink. An exarninliot fee, o orne
Mareh 1ith, y wr dollar will be charged,, as helretotor'e.
aled so badly by a fall that it l was Exanminationt of white will be hild' in
lass and after uiinig svel re i the academic hill of East Florida emr
Ie thitfailed to Riv re lif. used 10l- itiary, and that of colored applimanm
.'s aw inlnet asl was esuitd. isn I'iion Academty.
0110a,4tly recon*iteid it Its amyoif t W li.f1o
brlning from ptaiisn'"' >. A, *". $i. County Supt. Ptib. l.nstruetion.
1db V. MI Johult'u aineeville,l 1., A0ug. 8, .9t4. ,

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Ria~n~o~~a ~ ~~~` ''r'-u~~~"""""'uyl"~y~UY'UY'"'UYYLL"Y


At the World's FPale,
P+ I inutl. WIW'.dA Fair .Irolnslta
nAlp:. *..,t F q,,'i iphhratlonh In. hon.
orf In It!ilan ridi Tonn'esise were hpehl
to4ty inand pirradei. with the governors
nt1 r repre"-oitalltIve staffs of the
two ta t partlelpslltn. tmarch.-'
ttrt.1a hl'1t he fO rIntlli(. Presit.ent Frin
Cfi r.'spondled to flovernor Diirhln. Him,
Ilar ox,'rrlpip were hrhl at the ,Ten.
itea' lilting There< w'pre a4.
dreson by PreiJdent Prancis. G aor Fraxler and others.

MAX KRAUSS,
,ReprepnUtlDt

E. A. WEIL & CO., 0
WHOLESALE SHOES
Of All DsueslptlaMs.


SoleAgente forEONAMRCH ad ItOT
3Bl9 qUALITT 8boe.. Bvery
peit iMrmeatosd.
J. Mlanao. Agst



National, State and Congresion,
Ticket 1904.
Presidential lKbtors. ,


0. F. Buffum--Franklin county.
GOo. K. Roblson--Marlon county.
Ueo. H. liolmes--Brevard county.
A. W. Wevsdell-Ujadsden county.
A. N.'Oushmnan-A lichtia county,
For Governor-Hon, M. IB. Maftar
Scrtar~y-oft tatet-John F, Herr
SInnroIi'll'- r. 1
At torney-General-Fredf C.. Cutlber-
C( 'mptroller--4. I. Skipper Polk.
Treasurcr--E .. LBrelIsfgrd, lDad..
uperitntendsent of iPublic Inatruo-


tion'r-W I.
Commiuso
Rlowley, Putl
Railroad
Ritohie, St.
Justioe Su|
sit y ars-W
Hill tlro.
. APdastel
,Con|
First Cong
tisunby!, HIlls
e tond,(sbl

T h I Cao p


, ',A0,r9pb< Oynj ma, r 0 iht,.,
Harril, a tltnro from Adi tavl, h
,bei'wn arrested i si0re chg,rald With hay.
tnlg Is)oin 'on.ttneoltd itn thei prointil,
oil 1' of dl.anmilte that hba shat.
tero.l Itl h'iOt, sf the coal oteratore
x. ~ ti, rhli ls k o li4 t wewptt. Witi\ s Ie
IA 4n1* tp inn r Tlmi'mlth hartlE with
,"!n.fia 'ti the tiperralrre' proper
t). ('hl rih at.1 IfaI. liiey wer or.
r 11ttit. llrtn! d.s1<> 'i raI'geit~ widt16 11 thi |
tmni4 I ii !,sl "isionTir ltfis nem'ro elMahn
tI,.i tl.y) tUra l ,i l i tililly In each ruaO,
4,nl 1 '14 t tt(in Io )tu Vtrr't of t ptewr's.
tts if)1, 0 0to timllslate the 'ctrl,
eor. elttiry Mrlirii, thfi' egror) whe
was arrtemli for dynaltiilln, the'
\Vi.s.wsrd cornmpatiny'a hmi| stso It Dols-
milt.', wa. fqnii ndot ullty in lthe In.
fervor sourt of nie ieoner. The AmeA#
iplon hunw. vhich s t)d n bos tor hins
tit thI, 4 1. 11f Atl.. wero officially
roll.v 1,i lt..'iitlo st e after.' Th4 e
event. are. lhi' s,.lv- h-iita s In ,ti(4
na in)s g .isnetihn, '

North Carolina Vterans.
Asilevill,. N. ('.. Hpt. 2.-At the
lonling sesilihm of thiw anual reunion
of the con hirlate ol)*lrl of Norttl
Carolina thi' following officers wert
elseted: (lneral J; 8. ('arr. Dttrham
divltilou commander; GeCeralP p. (
Carlton. tate.tivlle. ommatider Firsl
brigaltd; (rneral W. L. London,
firoeensoroo, conmniiderT oeond brl,
gado; Oeneral Mitt,. Charlotte, corn
mansder Third brigade: J. M. Ray, ol
Asheville, commander Fmorth brigade.
Was Prominent Editor.
New York,. 1ptt. 2.-C. a. Blpahr,
whoe myst riothM 1I anpearalnc tfron
t.he (inuraid liner Aurants, wa. r0
portedn vm the arrival of that steamer
at )over. tH:nq. ocr'itilt'ld a promtnentt
place In hiorary circles In this city.
P in anly y'ars I'to was associate ed.
itor of tli ()Otl,'ml, OaMd at the time
of his dlsalt.'warane was the editor of
Cnrrrint l.A.rauilre- Mr.t Spabr was
born at rolunisn, 0. In 1860. the ainm
of Rflv. It. N. Rpahr, and *ftadtlAtetd
from Amisherst rmilege In la1i. Two
years at LIlpsilc completed bti educa,


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Sea Island Cotton See, B
Leather i

Mainufiaoturers of the Jame
Sea IlMand Cotto in, and


IGAINmEVILLE


Rates 92.50 per day and up. Ro
private bath from Iay. 1st tQof




TH E EVERETT H:
235 W. Bay Stl' JC0rpso0r lRY

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SATUAT I ATyaIV "IWORt,131TRA

The Montezum a -H
At OOAIA, F LORIDhA.__._-.A

On the A. L. nd S.A L. Ry .V. J. P ,
None D ltwr illn the State ato at a rts
SMeetallTralnsl'.


ti'Nial, Orange..
nttert of Agrelture-J. S.
Commissioner -. A ABSTRACT & REALTY OI I El
reome Court for term of 't" ,-011 /
. B, Hheppard, Eseambla. I I I
supreme ourt-O.. V X .
Abstrat o:Title ad tfll Inttlo tlO fiwiI I-Raw t tI
Da aot Oc r snanr hy lived in this
luaml.a thoougly eoWReraat i f M iti
Dor *al. ik.' with 'JLa W V Vi
,grerional l)istrflt-J. Mi. IRE, AOCODETl, JIUROLAtRY. ,AD IN MtITYT Repan
tge. seating h nwnerof ptromainent Aserg atd ,eeapsaS
ressionga flstriet--.'. 'i, RAL ESTATE A D I I0
ng o .' 4 1 ", 1 '-' :' a, I ,d .:. 'a'0 4 4r4 5 4


.T.. I. STO..

I TH 'Pl 110.40. '


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a


Good- Bye Sale of

.li Summer GQ

This l the storynaJI td of ut(
O(tol r'priee os NOWier 0e p, ,ib i
good s eFTi. 0e wil B e0.e p r
,n order to lMoe out the ohne mMd mike roort
on the way:

10o0 Yftrd Figured IAW0, Yl p
c, c and 15o,only .........,
1 o00 Yards Summer D ood, li W
Solar price 15c, 1o and S0o, o'ly.. .,,
1000 Yards Summer Diee ,.' 'I
lar prioe4 02o, O8 and 4,8 "ly ..,..1;.
loar rYed Bummer, Dindmess 0od, u
.a4rprice &oo, d0o a606 s4o,6utt....


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q Ml *lrt. io may .ws eou o0 ml a lingl
0 V., su took 'k w11#e 1044 e a b r V V3PRw 00

rf lfin e |enV due( t M hour for 1 e. thian hoe to, for nine aSd l P
a its Jisrw -o r W 1 h4 40fmach inlo Wei h
'heaisaof ue ,e who sp .- t. e. ttr S w4 a t y while ,c
lis aeh e eii^he,^ i r f re*w The tronus ry dae rtment Ustim t" e Fr ulddeitoony wwr3
BHeiagdo m fm t' M e be thl it wilPrlnw > to,0X to ruVn the l te o d .4y h t itw e
S' ernwmens or liAt, iand 4 ),. 502, ree deent eyic lI tl k e dno mt dicine to
fl. Stat ane. T e uFre Qn(r fo;i r t9( i k ndifere nd wea Id R Ion 1w4 1t w itet ', i4t
ther s et .', n Zorf m irsh l a l her o Card I e I( felts ah!tnge for the b'Iera, asy Vle
ha pt4 ad bwd 0 of I s -uaro There are h1 th Uiotee4 Kingdom heolimproved t lat n Ite o a r
m Oii Cete.i4r4 of O t er aul o a i arllo. h,0t l mberenror.oer 1, motor eo*o ud. n n w in e If lit thy rta an ato md e of W' iae of carut
l im # ppte. owiinl to l~al K a Pih S. ld 1 ,.Wo Ioene.' Idriver., wbirc kp O. u well.
Ittl0 4nta will ma le. .. 0040-p :airi is p to i *
it y t#le. gr !e% of tihe W tu' rellt(M ,Thie vnm t powerful automobile ever ll l o n .
a %ao oa eo'lr emp 01o go' 1lo.tA built ie the tUbruni-llrilla rsoii rcre Ma w a b.
o.dl i1wP n4 iP raers her live slaIk having horpi-powert.
to*i0$IWh dI r : r 1 R.o P the N ie helth n.n, kicker ha? ,Iit i esy to
7 ,ice. to, II!, l, i . .ine -a *m *. l' t * ..., ..W.. tine f( u
S "f a Lth l.930 iom tives owned *l a rd d.gthasea .IS-. .Ot(r o oot a(nyagn bn4*aistslheapt>her nd
I 3!10 tl il t I r ,l8o 17 bulshali of6l bpellt 0 by thl southern ciftc, 7w wife to er .er duc Wi o Cadu ma-kes w t
11 i,!4,00ra, *Wsol P l < l.el ar's now ifo x olnl.4 oil frf l so 1w dqtie s e at ^n t,t i
1`0l e -1 *-ismiswallt relief e tie w pui o I ,glaudtrity, e rnv tlllng of the womb,
sol %oe4 1 14l1'ua o 1t0 frotlins i .. .....a leeu a, ovarl ou AI bs sdobe n h to remove wat. lry.
Bwea pri p o* 00 fjroma the Push is what..nlls a rian to do tIcoi a etitid dimh tumaW. Women who se Woiu c Iarmtn w.
foa Btft4 AWrtl iAtI$ l boe.wity sld ::o00 tbe work of December iu Iept mber do sot d r art ht i P 'o They do not a r bysteril Itac !m
Ofla I w4`Altm s f a 1hteh 1 furflthdt4Sh* 4`poutii nJanuary.e er the arritat4C
u teeoI Sill uhsed f InIts pro-h nCd a rblndr
o bil. W ,ll la p sAl Wn II. -- 17.t 1 .u of W h o C !dul puatrchel ftrl m you; dnlitt
__i0_- 1_ 1 u a t ood plan havue something w l p a wfr(om gla.
ralad~j for mlrketw! tel v'rl o ire
: lit.abel Lilttle of Bl de lltorre mah wh ery ody o t
I t.Ohely m1m106 v4nl tBe opt of her i ex In............
thew0od. khe alt P$OY14y thiOl 4t..
B BB 9B?1 only tstl June :10th, las t It Is reported tiLt b utll i h. i nea vds
Slhe wsa gre te d2 lk from the j L(0.. ) 0 3 i, on to help harvest the a ol
^^ jS .1Mte Isa Iool of mc tl Mis, at th e, o e1p.
*,O t*, slitio I.
1. 110lo r) wts, cupl.alain that P RF.PO16bl .X I 'Ot COMlPANIES,
1; ,ti r l ier iv*mmh O(b felt bad. cicortoln 01 N T S RRECTIY WRI TTEl 1 'O l.ICIES,
f B' o ^"*: '**' wb t t It I iw pe ,tea i Clumi Herald. "'Tirhap it4 l,..
,e nea rt f ea d o#, to .!edll*, vit eI pty," Sahl le r wlatbe or, Wo f, or otIJIERALITY or Po t10 I CONTiRAt
i tP doe kr p1`. 44sI 1ht fee ptlIetr i you had ime- Co del PROMI PT PA'FPA .MEN T ) vULOSES.
Emse tee Wiite nle l aue i thing i> I." Not lomg afterward the We cover these importai t points and r speetfnlly
.. w 0lM so lollwet-r +',illedl. if rcqly to a quititettot
.ed r ellS w0 d'ieei ato hai.> tra lth Ie el' thr he wl solicit a t ae of your butillees.
W01,. but that hil head fell rather tIad
eelr p"t .if: louFora ."I ti [I|, Actident and NealtInsuraRce.
4 B w '*' 1^ reuilel e lo ^" .' i o, s eup 'hirt. "lt oght
i tl g l e l* w Nr*. 0* foim I t, I u, ao u h,_ d _thi__ In
.tour1'' .m /is s ee *t So".. --Agents for the.--
's teth pfea rsausler beapd of en Side Usee southi. ti.'t for geniUs.
"t" i0 hae sn this'" W Vietor afe and Lock Company
.. |', ve a sa t In bantd Iluy it IJro
ie ee f O oiq fudl J)ey nod night it 3is lwore O:01= Li. 0 .O
^iB thi July Sf .ae. I ,Xaplore it o n tl "i IwII eluarIgu. The"NIletor" (athe best safe made, and parties contemplot.
SlMy.l ltAii 3p1nih.teb0 4Irvadol v Ith It g the parohase 6f a safe, or anything *il that line,
S* Then lt n rt we l I ci tt, e (i|w- I from a box t a, bank vault, witl save monty
l eeotolo rodi e pie tl *l 'CI lythe fryt of-IV L eonaulting us. Call on or address ,
tad to eqelise oth the supply and it.. V itlt fpt ofo h 1,)or u ai thought.

Sh torl .. I. nformation lheerful)y furnished. GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA
,l boastead entri,' eoverliug s ee Ia1
1 e ,: *1 i. l ead et h wevregran /ed "flit r Y"' fn.iioI fult the arh "
e go am of 1 t !aput titot, va t ythlgla t k u fi dt l lOF`
otoI ll^0lintif.*+t d 74*. t|' ",4 "8ir' % .1 'o -ll .t n 111 fr n - .. ..,i, ,,
#pres e W$)I to I,167 to 1001; to bun yeetnr i rtid h l'lut utitt a ogooit
.4...9s 290 and to 81,388 In 1000. Ibl e a I l e. n .in t 1'ar
Awe6ty New Yok so it.y girl is... ...... ..
spdrd to have pased a 100r t AirLine Railwaye
Slla elttion a 1d en led as a men.
,of, .vIatife.eavi rngo -Ver. .-....
of sh U0l0d $tates. ... .
womeoConnne- ie...speatome TV U TEEm Savannah, Columbia, Camden, Southern
S4i learerso without waring "pant."W
wes .willnot b... mh blamd i Pines, Raleigh, Richmond, Wash-
b atley look in other' direllons for
esploymn. r '* ington, Baltimore, Phila-
(1alyta w have the opportualty to : M delphia, Ne York
ib.,.h. Iwa,,,.iit, FAWIRITZ TOC. delphia, NeW 'York,
work .ra reforms the world. but TAI 01s.lA FA ORIT TDI C.
i;" t er e of us ca.n m0 ke ouro little ',wss I w veW. o
*s'w'eeter'" and more comfdable ilS.ow Linmeat C.. Two El gant Trains tDaily.
406e3oaly salrp e ods thpt have not i t s sSle b .. Johm bE
arg 1Gera populaettoa arS Batonm ---- Sea-r-- s
a ess hive per es oGermnal sMIN AND 'OMEN,
pit_ ... D, i. Seaboard Mail.


saly Sehosee ilike .the ttast to i ;
%V 4 a a "i ks forIherIlf
h________ __ _+ .. Only Line Ope ting
|| S i Wo' RIn on1se s r1 a sh e S fum hlrp ,ie .. Dplty Through Pullman Sleepers from Jcksnville to New Orleans
Oson4' Swvr '1 : 1 tee g naroig ans d their efforts seem to lor fll informtni i tnd ieper reservations eall on aaent na aird ,r
Ojtu iii q .. b e Brik ... ntmece. write A. (,. l. l, ,,EU.. .. '. c vit o ^.'T Ja..
so'mlT. a t At tenen] Paenger Agent
bPI7Ul 1O l dOljl jnerd, 1 %5l00. ..A.................. UL t1 01 N Fl.U I1A,

. pleased to lea t that there Is at )eait N S etlebit .ened. 3 0'7cs
t' O i sde tieo pr1 t ha i i siet. H a l l' V a c a m l i i O u r
.l.r hootRonad, e bihltM on s. carrh ETI l-.Drr COr. l C. ..
~'6 A9K3 l sit onay positive oute knows to thl

srL.... l5ratme't. HaAlls :atED:Rt.,S
So o ta tae. ln teral ly,.lg dhiee


;^\;^je+ w *.. V-,? ". ,*# : 1 B ']IB3 Vl'T+T.cnDI *BPTO "^T!TiA
hop e t ok hade* o wt ooswo.Ahot
th b.r i:L1 hn:ai do oe r. ao tIi' 4 la +o'
i4t. s le t t f alst egrte. Send for list 'u
* l ie bld a Ad ,r4 ao (. J. a .. .'. .,







*THE DAWt 817Y: GAL~t tLUEjP1ORIDA, VEPTE

Tly WN 'M To PA LRK BOARD O0 HEALTH DUTCH W8PTI8(TrTIOQN8s, Ci
' Preff. W. M. HoiiW 'R.ceivesC ""c"r f th I t'e ..> s o? Nt'e c 1 tl'ev' '
dilal Invitalbn to d jrtiinls, Of Je0khag0nvll, rl, It Cl isoere trumib.i, ti ,,.nul,,.l .
lion W. l HlloJluIow y is in rueipt P P -it$ Vi l yinI m IWl titi w0It l l l, Ii uio lj i id

se.p nibrter LWritcuu by4(. Wtn (U f f'lilll,' clt e'rlill, kii 11t i w 1ctit .ipl
"-W# e lpeilt t hvt o 'e a pis I idii e acld 'I 1
athbilhe o ar i g, tit bratig w hi out. ll t illlltld
pletimi' f our lc lo l ih liding at tk j il ill il"t ll l
Ae ou ara' theltlimoratJ flOin lisei ffri \ o Ait ,; wc i li if he I bc tic i l
ate u periitIt. C 0 0 e I"* o f1n I i'nlo I tI i ritn I1,Alp
sltrtctlo it, nld will hfl titr Ineit itsrtallr ... ...
sup iirllit(tled it, I sal authorized y t i t" Aii r il elit..ti. .lt nitirliii
the board of t.l l toes to write you toil UiI' hie ,*ii ti fli lii'." Ir lir at l l
k lao if by t l call t la b w'il h ith A i A l Imak, tO It .t tiL,* ti i, s .I h I ihit 1
AI addr.esi," <> ._l .if ii ( l9nakr it *i pIli' IhAi n rn .lc h1w l i
Pro. 1 Icil, way deeprly alctr, eI1 l.s ., r < c 3ll t r ii tA I, t f ', l l3 l.;ol ,l i i'iglit F

ht t c a i I iue u a i f h n it b" k v Ar "lhc 1"1 "a z s b t ,
t h a i it ti ol l ; e t a i |ali ly a i t e i la N t I f ll ,tAn i wf rt illt I r h a .I' lteV ) t "e k i
lirl' ly QI*W fi t ll'- t' llit'I 'I' It AhlA& IA
te.lfihers li thiii6, 6 ty Will e oill t t ,mid V*014tt. ta ts o-ei s tt our i p life I I 1
tilttu, heo farie lthl it will m iitiws.ill IWi b ll li hebohh o0,
siible for h im i llto t lt ....wei..t.
C. D. TAYLOR. l Ip .Lieu ieiuq* eaw uhl rn gds.
Will Move Selptember 16,. .1hIA.I I1 l'l.Al: Ahlll gIlr. t hi n;l o:iilla1ds*
Owingto the fact that .tle buildim 4v. tr. r WIt t lItthiw Ii ? in, o iec $iT
Jould ioit be fliiihled t by Si*ilteilier 1, ,, D. TayhI44, hlrlk o f the i.ty lh rd l ICiy r AF!,l. a et c- t', l I
s wiias originally Cinini t, ed.t Phlt iflr if IIalthli ot Jaekoinvtllh, Pl., hasl, f litlh r
s s t h t iltic ilte that looillioltn for tihe lost witl ". "'' i; ittl'4sio fi alit i il or

inst. A large force o fit t r ci I rhare Ill he a s a l J l oif ., i. lli'wd foilr .fit-l' ie
.s''ofr Ihir far otiiis catarrh reincily Perun'a yAi I l-u tlslil lti' l it'
gliged i lithilshing uil) IIf ieu tripr, stil tin Ihl ftjllitwinlg wordst, FIt I* at
F'oreitrlin Wittto ek assiiureiO thl owier ""The h ialthof theito aofa largecity to e .te, ll lif'o'..ri t c teiho c of
that it will ie r ywly by that tint. tI always a qliu tion of vitalt liteo l 1or t I IAo .ei.no. I irillg the tlco Vr llhlt. I t


A Pleasant Occasion..
Mrs. 1U. A. lteker. organist of Holy
'trinity Epiacopal Clhureh, uentrtaliied
the\ choir buys, and alsa the youtitger
girls, at her holin'io N. (Jardein street
to ice rear and cake Friday after.
lnoon, the occasion being the aeVelilth
birthday of her youngest son, Hugh,
All agreed that they had a good time
Schools to Open,
Monday will mark the opening dclay
for eTeraIl of th rural hcloolS
throughout Alachna county. .A great
majority of these sIhools will be for
colored people. In ordqr that the teach*
ens may get in nearly half tihr term by
the tirst of the year
Packing PI.lat Dertroyed by Fire.
Batlhimorf. Al. ,.i, :?,--Tli hr
pactlklng' 1it t it f STTei A tcqKtiranl In
this city, wasn ticiilly destroyed hby
fire, the loi heinfig stimntf ld at $12S,.
000. The hkhllltinlgs., a iarg, .stock ao
F esatit anti 1M lh,' !iu9, w<'r. entIre.^
ly cons linled. Ti li( ;ig- hlnl iPeer n I-
relved cnI!y tn hour or so hplforre thl
fire was. ilit' Tr I ,. tilnd hail Jtstt Ihi rn
IrIven Itinto the io pin I the rirr of the
eltablllhnii t, S1 qilh' sprcadr. that thu it efforts aroti, t ii.il
to civi t hl l nim.t'l e l li .inone l hhi' i t.
ten olit The fire 'vaul caiul.,d biy tlh
expl stion of ntrinolnia tianls. Se-er.
l lrenen received iilnier ljri'!,., biut
none erlolte.
The Best Health Culture.
No puor itij can alTuni to liolther
with any of the experimental health
fads. He is too busy making a living
for hiiisclf anid faipily. and when hle is
aflicted with a bad cough or cold, or
develops catarrh as the direct result of
a |old, he simply take* a few dorpes of
Dr. BHochee's ermnan Syrup. And if
something more serious, say consutiilp-
tion. prostrates him or any member of
his family, iprman. $yrup can again
be relied oil to effect a cure. Trial
bottle. 25c. ig bottle, 7Sc. At W. M.
Johnlion'l'


Th e I'rtlt of thr prtnsa.
A polltchiian itpli hi aiirrivtl alt -i or
talln'c iiicll tliwn wlu er' li,- i i III o s linil
a .'hll' thi h 'I lllinvlti dI'lyV futlid t0 l it
the twilo t licd hlhis tewe -r, r elil
to their ic r.unt'. Noit l vimii i t l<-arii l hb ,l.
for ilwi',lnitciict iicct i ( tit 11 llltic in.1 1 'i i
uveri'el tlhitt hie c' tii ltad )i to lot u,'
shift lI htiI t lh l- l illl i11. s i ,c.4-
pe lleel for tll t tii lht i0 l it ,i ,i ii- w i-l',
taot whiic lh- 1 ilynt t in I ll.l tluc l, t IA
a 1sl'40t on) it.- .I t tih h letiilus1 4 ii i ni
fitt iiml h.i fI un iid 4li" li ipri t i ,l i .41
uyt'hl ii lh l 0'onil'm lr, h hle.
.... "W... i r'{ i iktiVd1 fitnll, wlii tj ii.-
tilhah l llp itsired il tlhi d 1li i.tlii iu
thief tiorriii.g. *"liew i 41voein Slt-tI('.'
t"Oh, fairly w ,ll." rplle i lile thie i ,t ;
'tan ito c'hcuii.-hin lly. "'n t tk 'l 'h s ok iA .
..WIlM C whon I gilt iit p 'V illli' C!'!',

St. Augustihe Excurshions
(.In lcdount of the Annual Encaciip-
mrent Florida,'. State Troops at St.
Auguitine August llst to $cpte"mb.r
%th, a rate of oie fare plutil 2 cent*i hail
been aesthorized from the entire 4ate
of FlotHdi.s Tickets to be sold August
81st, September 2udj 4thand Oth, with
final limit tIeptemnbern ith. IB'eA.
Why Not Learn to Speak.Spanith?
You an ieelare a copy of the new
edition of booklet entitled. "What to
8ay in 8panish and how ,to at It," tey
tnditlng twLo centt in p itag tO w, 1.
I.leahy, d vision paenitfri aienit. At-
ianutl" oastt Line riliroid. iavauinith,
* oi gii taia : .


LA,e


A." ALT 1111


only tip lhe rily ulnicials but tio every
eltlisize.t It l ,its etln a souree of much
satisfaotionlt it ne to find that so large a
hnuluilr iof working wipeople in moderate
Ci rulli.11'eiAb, lvcve aepted PeI'runa as
theIr family tioclieine. It has cured a
large pnuiilhfr of Cesd eapeitally of iea
tarrh of s e head, hIngs and stomach
ind builitill up the ueawral health It
esatist fall hut provoahelpand biesingl
io ally coiniuunity where it is enOerally
adopted antd ueed. I -have found It an
issnewt rellialll e, remedy and am pleased
to enlore It."-- I. I), Taylor, Clerk,
]noard of Health.
It you do not derive prompt awd. atis.
fatwor& rtltiito from he iue of Perusaa
write al. o ini ic TDr. FHartman, gviniag a
full .taIsteinent of your ease and he will
tI tlcaf'dt to give you hid valuablenad*.
viev pritce I raI
Ailddcerie Dr. flartman, Presldent of
Trl Iliartman Moanitarium, Coluambha,
ho. ,


o11k IP't';;l,:ilt It 10 J;, ; L Uh if JIII iir to
rI 101il1n01t, 1i4 i > Kit 'o-10i at the' w tugged.
lill, iilli lh i'll tllh.l : '*t, w Il III h t f
kiui. ll r trt if lie iitoi, u Arhnhil I liuve
lboii laild Ilhii( lIs in ft .,*i'wiiIh cltu ,t.'
A f %eW cwlks liiior I tiilouiiiwt to uleet
B1r lI'twil tit It ,d tll r-it llainoiiiln it1 l.
plI iil nlic' uclrhi: v'. |i|"lpnilKciu d n i lllllr
,lllry ho hlil. N'.<,' hl r|ilht with whlnt & a s.l e I nlth, nf attirly
III t oh l ,l lit. 1 tl 1 ii t i rilat l 0o Muil
tlhew A.irull. \'i' lin V' wrolly llffer.
(' ti f ililli'-.' Tbtt1I, i1 ftte bilr tiklrOt
*Ih t tlilav iAit'.lI eI l. 'li itlli'letuul
il tAflritnl A. r ill tr3itit tl.i c hl tlit tiua
prnx'rty.'" _____
A Simple llto ltOo .
ll tI iia ;ir- i hil illot's ish|
t0"r'.'" 'it ii cieletlion I Ihrita iil'ilt to a


S. ill rtuniii t lanwye'r,
S .. ... "t rlit litnly li uity," Wii. til e rilly
Fire Damage of $10,000. mviltnIitit iholsiif'ii i lipclllailll Trii
Daltii,. Tx,. Sept. 2.-'-ire early to. thl' laiwylr iid lusilother think conilitg.
day lparity 4t-..'royed lthe .mnokio-.liuotue Ailinny .lournuil.
of hlii Armsttiiig Parking a plant n --
this c'Iv. Thi liililng wan camsnagedl A Boy's Wild Ride For Life.
to the 4t.,; if $li.,A ,i al tlhe itckt With family around expecting him
$3,000. to die, and a son ridIntg for Ifte, 18
miles, to get li). Klng'p New Discov.-
erw. oery for oonaumption, etouLghi and colds,
TAl li e 0h1i you'll l ntndl I'llW. H. Brown of l.e ville, hId., en.
tell yi whlil y, ., zirc'." .ilhl I'i', ,iarc. :dured ditath's agotile from asthma;
''l' lliat toltl him wIluit hI* .ti* but this wonderful medlelne gave in-
"YIuct1". itli.,0 r10 i1:'" tMi the i.sst, relief and soon cured him. H lie
'F n writes- now 0seep 5soundly every
"I'i'.lca'c t. W10iirftli't," xli nieht' Ik arveloua cues a on.
till- 1h1il. I'l"k. "isumption, pneutlainia, bronehitie,
ncouhs and colds and srip prove Its
A Blti--h-- Lake I.n aweia. imailtchles merit for all throat and
In chi.. c i m hNic,'.. "r'TO-r.cnrs fhel !f.ltt ntroubles. (i uaranted bottliee 6o
NItl.." li11tiisli1'4l l, 1titP-, h1<.i tha til anfi Trial bottles free at ai drug.
Lake \V'tte.r, swi-l,n., Is luittolil')i i... gis
lip iilni tills ohl r ld'-tlltiIr tlhllum re. I5t et IIlrtlthl saer'i OrltIli.
sIi>tlhig It. "(it-'r it ntio fcowlv flii e lhutI Atle'it. l ,ble t uu'oIty, ''t th. h i, lit. nr
Is friollzi too cdiath tior nit Ilaillul t i eii 11 ent of ithe IInventiiiio r c lni lc hiK ligl itgh
but IM 11 ti1in cclt44 IlkleI at ctitUe i f i nt r huu olSr. l biri I tl i iit ci ticI K of 11A l t iiiuthe.
ble. Awi .le liihiaiiitiiut around about laiuttlesica c- ty llt iverlol wi iinle
It lire Ielfeitwiod witiih ye.c hihiilltais roisr y gicre wo 0110 if rlhe nitiiltber hldhi aa
of lit10 waltclrS wlhie'i Ioit ccf itis ilhltAt *ungr that lie tcplil l rend n iiaewuipper
s ti out of iMont illwil t n i h.ipinta paragraphl ti lt v Iti irdl tanei by
sllitiging im;ik Iepmic thliat We.I till while IIlht of a farltliig endle. Thil he
|pUy'nts .Py whole ,'iihultrlte i utillt" isu cceeItli In lalt ig, ly ceorin'tlg lie lu-
wit ,f an i -arthtin dmds with l tt- tilihd


Bucklen's Arnica Salve
IIHa world-wide famle for marvelous
e.lrf. It atirpi eses any other salve,
lotion, ointnivnt, for bilttil fTir euits,
corn., burns. boNils., iorn. felon', I.l-
cres. teter, salt rheumi, fcver ,sorcs,
chapped hlahds, skin erupltions; infalli-
hle for piles. Cure g iranteed. ,only
e} at all chrcgistn'.k
Sei -t'l't ,laith .
-"Vhc it lt--it '- ,t' .t r t 'i
," C.1 I'ii-t- .t .f ln'r hunk ir.


sticklng bits of l kiLng 'giis olt It
aid theia pitcing hliln reflector letlilinl
the caitlidle. 'nillitilan lIltttlhlni, a
dock inrtatlr. w\vias i.n'6eti il iiil froii
this euxpcrlitiu t titirill the til t frolu
which he di'olvt' thlie rteftliK lglit-
bouseu s built In Liv.arlpool.
If the Baby is Cuttitg Teeth
Hle stre and use that old and well-
tried r"mnedy, Mrs. Winslow's $ooth.
nlg0 Syrup. for ebhildlrn teething. It
soolheI the child. softens the :Rums,
allays all pain. cure wind colic and is
heiat remd fordiarthoea. Tw_ -
:y.fv t vi itst a bottle.


Bitter Apple Bitters.
The 20,h (Century wonder in proprietary medicine. Its trongept en
dursemeunt at home, where it is best known taud has iwen most tried.
A LMver and Kidney Medicinie
without rival upon tlihe Amerldial eufitiseh and the equal of ny in'
the world. ,It is manufactulred of nhebi, many of theli, indigpenoslu to
the WiiI, and is therefore trietly ,eelabie, Me is and *'it what yoil
pleasetleep well, and take on a *iew leas of life, Not in a ilnf, eale
as it ever filed to ivhe almost instant relief and every ease Wshere di
sections haie been followed it has effoeted permanent cures. Numti'e of
those it has cured and who Were looked upot a' horplde,* in the wegi'i
ning and,were loth to try it, are today "& i t.i010 if ra is, seitlarisiK that
there noter was a mnedlee so good. Forallf byay all d rtilRsts,


-'-iManufactueil by
BITTER APPLE BITTEM S CO.. ,
A.A .*W .. ; ALD b "W. WMI I

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DaIly Albany, Attlata. all Po"'eOr

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taIIo Mo

h>terohangable MIl tea e o-
lpal rllways In" m A emi a.IE
Th rough Pulltan sleepot ka bs
lilme; als via Atlassvte iaoat Litte sa 4i ia l lC i .,
For omplteletil, -I o m
d .. .. J, A. OOODWIN. TlW Ao, Oil
A ddcvia"


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t *0 1w t o Bldso e JulutMo
y : iir4 gave hand f(r ii. appeirtt
a OUSouuce4 lmnay thai he
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Wllt 1. ,
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Ae lrtevt (m Dcr a4. 1t t e
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f y *R' 'rl t ut ioUi ani i r outr
S .-S 'i l Pr Asti 'Mr A. ,W m


SQ 1 OV APICJOATION UII TAX
SUNmDsx MlCTlON or NorrCUAlTi l
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P 1o3nt 5c3ro 0 ors CHAPTER
iAS Q or nIoUDA.


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4, is er, .i, le, e tl toa

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4W. C A Pk UCAOTI IO l '. aW
XhiPMUU sI ltboN or l0uA l

"ovf N(rtAaste .No. SO.
4 1 00 0 0i4T, 11.has
4tta eIoqt to is In so-


otic~ttteate ~619%the irne
mid ar tlola qhaii. be rklemvet
to itaxdeo"l will iste thcreotn
ba yr ALMOe bter, 'A.oti L
Is *1 of Anua. J1i. w4
'u Itt.ta oat,, .
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The Fiorida
l earON................
Fruit andTruck Gwer
1 ^Li. JBFUMBT, MIdr Mad i'roptr,,.


i *t r.... -.- .... ...... .... $1.00


ltami


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A Ahamdiataiiy (tlu itatfatisdnaa
TOwd epilly to th MUeM,
fata tad Veetgble growers of
h I& trial aubserilpsl oA of a
aOta ,e' ptof o


' pJaik*itaoi^0fl Porida.


Jis. Evearrd's Canada


Malt


RED STAR,
Ai good as ia:ty ain twbtWr than most
JBMr. Made of HoIpa and I(it
*ad NOT RICE.

Per Brrel...... $10 5
Per Don .... 1 .

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QOO over Mlrei to l'.dv. I A!. w61 ',

t. A.(. M4).j)t Y,

UOfli: Msnolila tHotel, Gainotuill e
lorida.
' i ,.:1eiLe r 4,ial .L;Ca'yi.";t)eLlt. r kr> .ilh
Otlii ,ilr tl li i ,. i it ii tt4 i t . (V*
f fli m 14 1 ot. .o4 T :.
rElt)1NANlP11AYERO,
ATnoR NkV''A'. LA W,

Can sell your O4i4 p1iroptitty. (filn
proved 0n4 tilimprouvedtl, ptoplahite,
trulekinlg nd farmlig la"hd.' h*. Ni1 him
i lilt ofwh't you otffer fir a,1. 1142m,


ATTOiNYkV-A T-LAW,
.S. )LIITOR;WIN CHANCKRY....
OAINESVILI.E, Aluehua Co.. FLA.
Oft11e II Endei llock.
-. JJH. AL)IRMA.N,
DENTIAI .
ISjoetUor W S tirer-i .A;drmanl


Over Latto A Co' lI rA,


UlbteLrvlI


;.tl attoiuet:oa o C owan dnal lirllge wurki
Phone ;h-)
R GODON' t TibfWi'

Orsfduate IHatlUtio-e (C*.,. Oie( i al Au!rgert
ivTe years' experette New ork City
Crown. rUide wirki aiu. '.u :.4s i4peotullei
ALL. WOEI (irlfAT411ti).
O ittoeI!Luil ier I r.c t ":.i:.e
UAlS4iav.I.i. ni.a.
T iE WEST END,
FINE WINES, It.QUO4RS C01iARS
JOHSN MENxltS. i.r<>rimoi'.
tit0'il% V. W.y 1t.. Jucks'omvlic. V"i6.


srO~b*l FR MIVETNEP41S At Ii PI'Klr.


TV Of TOW'E 4Woatti"t iANO
MKiABlII IN..


b f userr i<4 aw Art -4,% ws
worlmikaPAL*^. i V 4.iAL..
t oAs' t oz>l.A 1> l 4t 97
dratt, i ar. .

Spid by us contiamuotuir (a
OVER TRIRTY TWO YEARS
without a ilngle fatllr IT .f o.
want a plauno for a liff-imaia
ervide bulIy the
MMathuh1ie .2 %
Prin a low i oMlW as oolae:tt w ith un 4
Cosorot oeur serB ~Kee om i' J .
wtl. We pay frlatbt, Wreto
for pros tOUAAV.


Ludden & Bates
Southern Music House,
SAVANNAH. GA.
JOHN D. MURPHY, Mir
ENTABISHED 18?1
GAITHER & BRYAN, State Ag'ts,
TAMPA, FLORItit.


WORLD'S FArll RATES


Via L. No R. R


Exeurlioll tieCki Ir.W uli ;Itlred4ily
from t(aiaicville to10t. l.oui aud re-
jurli,


Faust btwr,bottle and draughtl. Don't I
fail to call on me we'n In Jacksnvllle 4410 .. ....Return lit lit D-e.. 1iilb
.... . ... ... ... .. . R etur in ,11it days
,, ..... .. ...... ..... .Heturn linit aa day..


IDENTAI, 8URGIEON.
Porealtt I1nlay Work itid the leulatlouol
Teeth atlelieltles.
L0: in Mt iler Liw uxeb4tiie.,
UAINkS,,VILI.A. FlIJARlaA
CRYSTAL SALOON,
Frank OGdaner. Pros.'v


Jacksonville,


Florida


Beat lImported and Iometie Liquor
and Wines lathe city.

SBOUHERN B.


WORLD'S FAIR ROUTE

BS ULie to,-St. Louis

Superb Dining Car Service
Stop-oven, going and returning, at
A iliant. Knoxtlle, Louisville. Ashe.
V110e and principal North CVrollnt
mountain resorts.
iWee High Bridge (highest railroad
bridle ,in the world), Pamoum Blue
(rllq.legilon, Lexington atid Louls-
ville .
Free reolininig chair carto and high
elass y daoaches. Through Pullman
slrelping carn JackIonvilie to St. Louis.
Folder, rsae, tetc. eheifTully fur.
nilthd upon application to JJ. Cliok,
Iitriet l'Paseger AgI;, it 1s. We(t
tay St. Jhekaoinvillt. Ai'.


41iL


orrea)rondling low rate fruom otler
o inta. The I,. A N. is thi lbt liUne t
St. LON*.
For rates, lohedu lv and lef|ping car
reiervationf apply to
J. M= PLLUMiN, Pla. Pass. Agt.
SAU W. Bay St.. Jasksonvill*. Fi.
0, L. BTONE. ., P. A.. Loulville.


Illinois Central
RAILRIAI.
DIRECT ROUTE TO THE

St. Louis Exposltion,
TWO TRAINS DAILY,
tI oMRwtl- with W. A. R. a, d
N., C. A ,t. L. *'y. frtm Atlaata.
Iv. Atlanta :a a a.. Ar, St. LoulAt To a. u.
Lv l Im. .. Ar. t. r 'o -.W .A4. W.,
THROUGH SLEEPING CARS
-PROM--
Georgia, Florida and

ROUTE OF THE FAMOUtS
Di XIE FLY ER


ki 'rlT li th<
Atllantiti ti st.
TV lle ital i:t%\
vtii hlr entire
Fte rat trite
'w< ml
knot ft]|K1


Nal is ronPipepit. U Aren
t ,g s 310tt r, jllaetc aJ
Bought In Car Lots. Sold in any

tI I I*at a r t e


Baird Hardware Co.
AL .... AW L .-
OAIIN'VZLLlE, FLA Sta ., ll, I


il lu or lin ti l 1.e l i t ,,t .n i
Lnio.. Thi, T icr leav e .. i .i .
l i tL 1.( u t eL 'toar t ;,r' V -,.
Hi ytowr rIlt. W rood's Pa ut a ,- ,
hlltty -. bet .it ii < 'a i i W'
S their iLi 'r w
D. MILLER,
ig i'goelifel Arivat.
ihl~llHnr ATIANTA, ,A.

s Saloo0 and Cafte
kso'tlie. O'nri~la

SLunch from 1, to 2p,
Rffhester, alit Iaz'
WIarwrger t Ber on OrAuiLt,


1h, CBhop, Oame 10iw La
Pool, Blitrd, Bow.;ia


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THE PARISIAN LUNCH.
A lubsltantiallIt eni liee d In th
v otvi or l il e I l lie l lit0
fr, !fi r- 1tri,- ll n; lPar; ; iiii r . Mol. l rill ^^l,.llt llll "'fI',,r,,-nt 'I n .." \ il. i-
jlr.i -,l< iahti ivil h i'i l 'ill42c r i the ee111
hCti rps, ;liTr wit"h hul nll i t l l).i

tb eyile 4i44 r 4, i, a Ii-e,. tc'n h i, y tI1're' litc


An i'gg lilll cIn l f urr flil willhi ll, F illiln
Ti jcl ei c w elellci' ili4 fltl t cci' 'lit l llei 'ti'
TLe ri c iiiii-wn i 2 i4 'c 6w, hI iiie
vrh 4lies tl tite rl Ill t h. Illl hI illd 1

f(lilv i h 'llli> c iia l 1 i ie o rlel iet ; wlf Itg
Ithi wit.
An ct5i i r ii eir c ol'r thl.e t ime ztiel
fle' vi l eailr e ti l w1 t) Ic itIliv- lutIll i 4M <1.
ttliI I 1ei1,t I 41 1 c1ll il' ec fi1 ii l l4 llle IlNllexI
il lit' v44 it iiv l iiieiM Ii.i 24i4 ve' 't l, i li. le
lix I i h timllll. IT It isllllr I i l l dllll
fcr l Pi l>itt i o t Iit'. ll tIW icur with frlit l
y11' it liiit fir iMn t kie. t-l I f It
I .sli il ''* J il: I i ni A 'i 4

tif f lit. hr l. ru i o hilt th1 I l ike it m a
OfK iwv r hlii li l tl ill + illd fruit ri1it
. 3'c-im > 4 iilme elId r4 t (lii-4d tol, f ch ier .

t ( with tie S.1lh l n il f1li' 4 llnd a tiny
c w'c t elli, ilh4 ''u'lia. h culi lling
(: ; nI r ij ii,,t '!j l, r I f ,lItill li(' lii
"ofi ) It 1 l -iA 1 t 4 I rlin4'.w IIIi frult nire
Ul4irlly jiler.'I "' IC tli n l enti 4 wIf nV ll rd -
lii ir 41r2i.4 lii4. iiricic i e |reci'elicrt ttiitl It
eff W llth it gt I't till tilr il a y.tiy
"laac e Cii.'2 ll iqui, ll nii. elwt.itI) t at.
enw Seat Dirm. Cl. Dnrlk.
"Wllt',it' for it., 11' It li n v-. il nD
elhrrliy ni' or. "I t tir lilt i ll i t i w n lefr,
etc-in l 2iri!-c tI'ti;c;itl i iti l C ut t1 )
wicar t lky iri tltn for f1r. i watt-r

tll4' f riln t i' r i t. t lll sill T i
(lit &iii y io lc iii l in t i'r tl C lilt
q roiH t li, ror tliIr*-.lI ll lwl .1 hut ilh .
i lihld




wl4wn iitl' rain ie 1 lin Ili fNOl 1l y drunki
thi' ir ill -
"I- lIh Ith ltih.9 w h rei, iow v ro 'i :i
ktIl ll 4 4lil 4' d i icttI 244 ct411 m c %y ilict Y
from they wid t.a Yfu ;lnt tn imi>-p
Tkalihr In l w' Tltty 411n I'.Il tt a ,1
tb 1' hlie- 'tro e' fetri' w41Ic irc'cc 21 ;


torm l I Ic'im wiy c .avfly tIlitney tri l a
t:Utlroird itlh'r oitiy>', to tget uilU r It.
ltii'i t hlil. iw tI lW ro f-m i eh rain -lr y:p
tI koi" theitu gl6 l'."- -lV rthlvtl (Ie'.-
Orford 1Trlirll,
Th l tlaer th iil r ',i ir tilc d wh it
ilit luK lit (cixi rd. Wilih3 l iroiul ly

point. wL .' it Itf it. ril< nniwtr. fr






o rk nt i io r i n i vitM. rts i -
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tOltef io Dt tir t1i4' otlit l ihh l'iv thlii,
blllu tt tli wvhilhy r.uillrt t o h Itll1. It
22 241 theliei' I.IilY tiV i 11 1 niii littil. in
he c~i'lrly ciglc i. 4ii Il t)', tn I llcl -Ic''titii. A Delt'p i r, li It c fro n ni 0iffi 1r 14nt 'chlilf .



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hit t ii1 rti lli iitte cticit i lt- 'tl i l'>itl
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tUK14 w6 ho liic litilt iiI tihi <'hllcliit 't.
Ilve on rice. it 1 wit tn'iirliy 4 tiuIe i
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Florida East Coast Ry.

LOCAL TIME CARD No.56. In Effect June 4,1904.
ilA W. Tl .OflAB 1STIONS.

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OLOIK COlNUCTIOM MAON AT MIAMI WITH 1TIAMUMIP OF TNI PP.A0. 0. L. LIIAY PM
HAVANA ANDICBY WEST
2,%46TlimeT| MU KwtlcB h.tnltivimaybte ox c-oW to knvt* ovf4 rtlpraii
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THE WAIL STI[IET JOURNAL

THE NATIONAL FINANCIAL
DAILY NEWSPAPER . .


Reveals the sews and Facts governing
Values.
Studies underlying causes of Market
Movements.
Reviews. analyzes and critici.es Railroad
and Industrial report.


Has complete tables of
Properties.


Earnings of


Quotes active and inactive Stock4 and
Bonds.
Records the last sale of Bonds and the
yield on Investments at the price.
Answers, without charge, inquiries con-
cerning Investments.
On e who dilly (iesiiul(h T,il WA 'lTIl"I:'
IlJOURNAI. Li ewtlter Tqullllfled to lye1t ilmon,
safrly aeld prulliablly *ld to aickse ailbut il'.to'
mett Wiltl lion wi dkitle nsl "t.


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I)OW, IJONES & CO).
Sr 44 l Bml Ht, NoewrY __ ..._
THE UO.IiET NEW 1 A(4EI VYt PW. l 4l1T E I'.
S l$t 1 ai r,l ll 1 MUlth
INVESTORS.READ THE WALL STREET JOURNAL


tAILINESlILLE'% FAVORITE
MRE?T.


Alachua Pool Parlors,

C. Buirts. PrpriteT.,

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Lcsted*t ID' the Porter Block, *outh
*Ide iqulre. Three irdteIf abies.
hr ub*lii. ih ulis0olldt i-nilt"
ind ~ftit Sib6. gio, t ,. i ,,


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YSTCoreNE., Jd i. ,
" *corar 6 rovl .olv.d v titrfim qirfets.


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cic)CE. ClutlosEM>A xK8MwI Plat
' Frtw i Ktti DY $ .
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i "i i LIa"liedm Oiu/*alei


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iuir l.ilile is *strit)y *i onifledt So 0th4 V#O1t dlvarloe 0 i0r6 -4 .
nerhili of ni d, ansld we -e a r..ivia or le tOl ,
|wi tht biit iintsllWi. We maUk s spoili o e t3
ml#kii ii'htatiuiiiv h tltfigirtion of title Wee l l ,m5e IO SSE
ill mnatturl i irtsitiin to ilthe *sse* tn sand itago t i 5m l
dlireltion o.if owitand In t lax .eS 'When You 0 ", pfi l S iS4,
via, in nm r i e2 ftIl fln or write us. Ont .r7 i aoubl2i i '













STurplu and Undivide4 PrO t,. *,Q o
Surplus *and Undivided Pr^,:, '. .... t^: ^J^,


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Staple aind F a r
9' Irdi, o hiorlI FiU ii*

SOUTH SIDE i84ARIL., .
Ilighet market plio pVid fol Odltlown. Ip is lmNiwo

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..World s ,Fir

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$40065 Ot
till De t n.

$3 A 9 ound Trip, On
+loitally. Goo4
sitty dlay.


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$2, 0.9
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SOUTHERN: RAILWAY

SWOLD'SP AIR ROUTE, ST. I WU
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;t.ioer nt etnit, AC-litit ad (leirnI Ot1rlt oral ibli l (i 011P5 1 s,'oQ m
Ou1iv "ihe irum Fior,'d ti iit n nil lo tlluitto at. l411L tr l wt do*. s

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I*. ailed a1 ic! ialunli,lenilcfrLorIitlo. s i toldI l. W.4 *h*, mom fiit d 11
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1' 1K4l J$. 4. Jolley e.f SIl ASlan.
sWO0rt L6isphas returned from an

I .t AdaiM of 5qhtlle, ite *sll -
410 i**tboaapr A bfe t AMploy of
UOlS0 5I dIr. wa ti *{lter todlhis
White a sd re' 04 efSr und:ays
I 4era avimi, Q. (, 0 S.p, Iv.Nipne
iW0 64 spriip and rtors stbos day.
f it dl5 .' U a i bolt d orL othe
to eell, l wil l e Salth
0),, g a0 s him.
1p04 0gllge i. Pofwit oof 110h
to Sprap stiteod a .to s.y w0estrat,
Ose ne roos fbar m MiesOpy. Where
.My bae b0t on a barisf visi SMri. d tla, J. f rown iad 0, J.
Olo*ra of ee&ky Polait hae re buried
I*to ihelrehmat ater 0 pe.ssas vist s o
e w York, Washlaxtmi and othbe
llalBri ham ColmP of the At-
S b at COam Lia'e we in tl* olty from
l0 Sae rilSiS y ts.rday. He we o en
0e0 P i kl, where he will poend
.L. a. *; S aJukoaeovile, for.
SO 1* i0 Me f tor A r ourA Cow,
-wefire tilted lai the Brown

1 *':*et.' X, Is l|er of Apol. VIba.,
SA W :ier tawg. U pla l will tbe
ll4 tt-p U i ,he $iaptinit ehihties iauday
S ivd iag a lgyis, ?e W' J. Carpenter preach-'
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-l'a wele (
i| & .. ere.i:*i

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ila. wher
i l of d t

aniW lea p*etw dearie
@ ieo of r,.Ml and

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Mp Myte o inorf adl of at



S 4i~Of5 sg seto, was
pSS ll Iit Wt dsail,
getebera a porelen elitlea.


go M i. I, $laeh o.f Worth

B1ftN,* bioldr of a teamss
M s omw at ilo e snl
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few hours ye* rda G fsin route honie
fromt Mieli0topi, Where hl had been Il
onfernetse with the board of trpiste,*
of ths Miiasopj sub-sehool diatrletl I
the matter of a e0ptlig a position as
priolipal of vil seshool at that place.


inst. I
nim'ber
vantaKe
rate.
I'. U.
months


h* The conference t is nderstood was sa*l'lnls"
Atatoe Water M. Daylv of Jaek' *ati4 fPtory, and Prof $ haw will 'no a, depa
tpilll.I pt of lia. Rob,. Uavlit doubt he lel ed to that ition. w ihr. h
e11 a iterild 4 eliiBriorIHoufIe*. W.I .11; .. 1 ... world's
tot Ha Oie l5 l t'laid in the evnin i From xit
Via she Gaintill, and Oult railrld t Li
Sa p!r, t ... lucerltiv
J, Bash' ansh atghter* Miss tore,
basel, hav' returned to their hotme gret tha
;Il the ithly, after ai plelat visit tI Vile, b
the foer'i mother, Mrs,., A. ,. thd,
:6ttl, Korth *Agsta, 0. :. l*1 'S
se ib htew been sbiat several weesii. atio
Mop JhWaipfr, who lps. besa fop ua ct b
o b titm mployd4 as manager of the m tht rec
Oithtiall -lelRanuart, r i. rilgnied 'efuled.
btr" potilto in onier to enter eahool. liunled
. i....o ,.edbySMr. .n.ofV.t CHiEAPEST STORE ON EARTH, u" only
(Glnlaevilla Irestt ioant ipahof broad sure pul
rin. good wil
W.T.Jaokson hasi trived in the ?oty write, ai
fl0ii Charleston, K. ., wRhere he has ne., it
ieen for ithe pst few week on a plea. lis hed rt
ant vTilt to his daughter, Mnr. John-
son. While lhe enjoyed the sojourn '
imenrely0 her ate that he is never, Cl'
thhele ifad tol gt baok home. t1n1 a c
The family of V. J. Herlongi, who bcLcle
ber been esldinag at lhell>oy for the ifeired
past yar, expect to again take up their eATCe .'
lhort it lthis city, and hvei rolited the UWIif | t.h (
P10e0o0 10 North Uai lVrnlity street, | tui'
from iH L. Hill.- This change I made t, : ii.
la order to giv athhil tldr nthe br- ".e
01t of our cellent.'shool aivantages. THI l
Amniog the pronminent High springs with eft
fIke who paid a!inesviltle a vltit yes-
4rday was Captain J. $. Dupuis, who
w1s here oni birlneIs. Ie agrees with woU 'Iw
lbe reports of farmers that the eater- JI L i*' le'
pllin arae playing havoc with the co.t- ala iin
toi -rop throughout sis see ton, iand ltasilt
stlimpates thai the damage will be-very ta'keta t
heavy. .. vCtc)r.
J. T. Juno and family have returned matio
:to their boitte atl Rooky Pltioit from
Hiampstard, V. a.. *hqre they haveobeepts \t-,*.,t. .. .J ,
eolou'rslnR for the peit few weeks.
Ieiy report. a most delightful tlimu. dr
r. JbOl wiad in theople y yF."satreay '
Di1ahl a Tho Stn omiec. ditetin.ll ,i.
tiat t Ata' esdisis of lia p'iapler tm

Aea ild This. .
-,^ Clatto Ala., 'Mash iM a lch .--.oer-
sif t.tLS. Ihave been ttari'd of kidney 1 ll
rod bladder iaolblo b1 101 Hi. n-sat 1MANN
Dieoveiry 4'lh ulis) and .loan fully ,IA lin TlI1
A' Tea Wonder. ,
Ont small bottle tf the Texas Won.
der,Ha tl'srKt D1i eowery.,- Btr all T
kdAs ad bladdwr rouble, remove 1
r i*tve. eres diabetue l inal tmis l llf (lSk
0100 weakian4d la me) iOks.' rhteuma-s
oa0d It, dAie of hk . id-
*0 a de in both aitn and
A ft 1110"1 oudtir Oulbles.iF
wOidTM far ld erii i .. -
lttlliuste'so l imontra' tr i at.o a i.r
14 tte iAedoan ls to Nerfte a 1|)| |I
e nioasaita. ryld by U I


"A" a4oldiliil '',i $


indication are that ,nuite a
fronm tlainiiesille will take' ad.
of this opportunity and sipeciat

Wind who for ithe past few
lihas been one of tlhe vaid
1 in the employ of S. J. Thont.
arted Thradlay for St. Louil,
e will take in the siKhtl [ tihe
Fair for the next fTw weeks.
. lIouti Mr. Wind will retiorn
i ak, where hIa las tieore ld a
e plsiition in a large haralwvare
Hi numerous friendsil here re.
t, hle deoid.itd to leave (htinsu-
t wish hinmi 1.eie* in his niiew
till ib In rece-e ilt olf 4 coilnliu i-
'rom Dutoiin which is written
th sides o f the paper, and for
1ol0 the ptulicatioii of imetne i
Tho Sunli has repeatedly all-
that curreslionde'ntl ialust
Oll1 sidt Of tlhe ilpcl r to ill-
litcation, and whih' the nian-
Sof this paper appreciates Ihel
M of those who feel inclined to
'id always invite es orresponid.
must be insisted that the' pull
tile prevail in this matter.
'ovie Found His Wheel
Voyl', who had the aniitur.
pile of weeks ago to lose his
by theft, notice of which p.-
in The Suit, was fortunate
1 ridlay to recover lth. saine.
'rson i et lthe wheel over aniglt
rw 'l ifer buildiing, now laiing
t'dl. aild a Irieid wlio reco ,
e. hike rtotifid' ti r. VoyIle, who
uittliately alid roeisltlaired it
i iidcedl a strange ,oineiidenor,
to hP jr-"iailI.I l that tile party
tli wh -el wiil n it ree lain it.,
For Sale.
wlulh blo.'koe within lre ,nin-
isure wltik to the iquiare, toel-
two biildiligs. tnonthly rental
S ix building lot#l ixilS 'lie
iluaile Lproperty itow oil tlhe
A gras d opportunity for iith
Applly to this otil-e for'i' for.
It you eani business dawlw
WA IA N HAS AtI:. ,
,i i ia1'1 itak l t hti t "i en-
a. ii atInltqan for the a*la P .
li aa. i iat V't'la'ul to thle liN l,.
1+ >i a i uiaa'i>(tl hp iht b ir-i Ili. s I
. I laa n' '!lif .nt.!w aiv o (4l tie' -ale it
'; 1 i It -.hAa l F 4 hll "' .N .' tiht"l...


Gainesvillel



undertaking Co.


Carry C (tlopiete Line of


ete miid- Collins

t to' FistItPrlcs to Sit.
T U aO P ,-. t i ll( 4STOt S.


$Ollt t t(,tY lC e if rii TO .
tot! COBntR aTQOE.,


MAS

IndPn


VpilAl dy o t, him fe ewrohen f t hhrn was U |nderta ki
iy hero, trasiastiep busuinees a" *. Q't) yes-
Wri ) t-, Sfit,,-er' plpt'i at ..lt, . .... ... ....,. a .. ,,-u l. t .. .. t.+........... .. .. *' ,
wL 'wW irttti s l ''' forti et Tj

Sure*4 to .thpr htun at H theorB (ew, weks she' will. >t' pdl s 'if re-
'say00 a0ives ah0, .eill 1id i thi rtorod J
Prof Jere M';Iiod superintend ai'r.' rudri wsh .hr a plfents V
ofB lian ifori lnofe1t9Vy, (i rejoisita Ja 1 i-rw
ovn tdl arrlival of ile family from rof. J,. A. rauad lof irat, rg
iMaon, ,Us., wh re mporarll uarl He lllllts was anti glln e viit l thi* 'eril otrl at t
end theb It tohoped i, r d i a, lie. Mtl a
toUhi they will be ploAsed wIluh their l teaohr tf no small bl ty., rl will | nprmptl alletel t-r.
nlo ht* ie. p pw lde nver hl. t ifliitll ii.i l \'tlride
progr /alve cll 'seeil d iu I py. eniir Chiap F rat,, t' whit Spriih gs sa, d ai. esville, "
mon thWe bunlas etltort to thol o aly r aiurn vis (t. & (t Itailway. l>iulyit f 14 -
jptr-n|y. MEr. Pator Iha bee suFa limit, s1 day*. 6. Werk >d. go le g Dt f Ado* I p*Eo.
hitb ps give l bci eonsderable lan Mollndaa following, !lO. I.reave*
othllee for hb past fe d. U(sinao hoped le mlS ri. t, 0 1 l huolt
Sda ewousinn only ns sislwlr. l-eave* tUtii the Isatcs
ir, itd M.i W. T. lChesnt and (inr llelo:4r.f m. NSin hou at, in FOLDh)
whildn hna ve e frpreingde and baek esme day. J. ."
etll ie sh % f f lo, been on a e vi it 11 Paii e to. teat
to the former's mother, )(r. Ms L. Ul- )r. r. C. i lAr. the dentlis of High
airr Msn. Obhesat *ad the ahildna springp, w* kann the visitors to this ^*lljrll \ v
haveen absent several week, but ality yesterday, Dr. Hiarre anae fori u 1 An Iu
r. Oin nt spent only am day or two the purpod e td having dir Alderman l
It whotlei+ollo. do soome work for him. M"Waa arei notl
Mrs. Ida Ta'tn of Waldo waIl lie tt M. I).'.," goid.atlIuredly .. Fine FadbeeSS
aoo tMhm who favored with a' visit yesterday. rs Tltaen arrivres. when or A own (oauthd ncdh FomL Locket tC
*xpee to remove shortly to Fernan. looking after wear ar comipelld to re- I8ih Grade Cot
din, wiih pls. he shwill nake hewr sot tn 'the other fellow's iliien.'" Il l t*,
ltdrimhave home heand lea loo- J. Ire. l-oah, the olreer reprey. nla J
motive *ngneen l the aveploy of ithe lie of Liut Celntral ouf orria railway,
beabourd Air hlll ql and wil hnake his is at the Brhwnta Ilotuse. s h r. Ito ch
h4e Onduartes ipnot oS.Y. I cam foor the pirpioe ol intlermetian THE OONTI
frof. r o rt Wahim., oe sral arti ia pclal trip t, h. n as'FadelessI
of lhie lor t eltilot youin teahler In World'l Fair whieh will leave Jlaekon.- 'IP i'Al
Columbila county, we is tho' city for a uill via tihlis popular routl, on thle 7th __


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MISS TEBEAU'S
BOARDING AND
DAY SCHOOL

tAINE 1.Lt. FltiitllU


THIRTIETH YEAR
Opens September 19. 1904





REDUCTION



... SALE....

11 avin 11



ThomasHard-
ware and 'Seed
Company, we
*ill for tlh.
nest Thirty
Days se 1
Any Goods in the Store at Cost.

The %loek mul|1t h1 ,n1 ITAI -.% 'it % i. tfle
time lu tAUy I'1rilturv. SlO ,-.
'Palnts or auythina ili our
line, (iheal.

T. F. THOMAS.

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VOL. XXI, 1N o I;


UROPATKIN'S ARMY

S NOW ON RETREAT

SJpaneae Are Hanging on RBus
I an Troops Flauks.

KUEP THE RUSSIANS HARRASSEC
0gPite Terrible WebthIr Conditionl
Army of General Kuropatkin Is Re'
tiring In Good Order-Other News
From Zone of Eastern War.
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iA I NESVIIIA IoIdU lA. TliH -AY. 1EI'TE KER I104

riiro of v n o 7 WATSONAPEAKIYI0 weRnsiL
S KNIGHTS TEMPL.,..,
a ;.. t;.. i !>,n .Hla,,H i. ,.. whf .lia a Popullut Candidatt' for Preldpe nt t
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p'o,,,t Francisco. *Tiho wirkltai,., whose tol prodiuce4
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abati.) ..Inr, tllhe par" atao hai, a.,l STREoTS ARE GAILY DtCORATED a*ks why it 1i that the men who prol
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but lI. l 'it fa,.iltiatel Long Procession. oi ;t> f tisat whirl he imaikus.
l i, toh, iti nato -agw, .allhl The cajp. I "Thelal Ilireor hraes thi right to Cilhi.
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TEN CiNTO.A WEEKX


ELECTION IN TI. .

STATE OF A!RKASA


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PL.URALITY 'lNTVY TrOUAlN,.
return# Shw -The Prunt *v0
0 Davhl Hil Aap!n No" IN"111 40',
Chief' *resutlve f le t ih;,

Alitl'i"Roik. Ark".. / 1 :
ittotrn fronm the state *e(tio
1e4r have bel v e0r1 eata the 0leotleo lor ,of atri l
to a toilrd term tby a plur, l
ft,' S' Bevera othiertttO0i '
Vot.4 for bt6t all the Othel '


' ai. f11. l il sufferings >|nd crlow te'.al '.ilat i ,' it ti I 4'l tr':4 -,,l It i ..i" lener it i oI giov'.r' i ^nt ,llill 55t'hllo tb hsrI a*n opep n i4t a i
I ';!>'it' -i" ii y. thi' lai.(i, hpartln frott p th llII 'ait l aut ) t ri'vei''w "|.Laiaa lina a jt.t caC : t( en>K) 00o* hlvita ng o fp) lUoia.
S. i..il, AV'(i t h, 4 ll miil ha dutv t,'attd 1 t. tr plain t tIhI ItrI" T Dhll that t l f wIi'k aro' tonI D vlls will itta st itTe lttig
. h!:"" t., ',,i: ai.:, I ia .fferu. "' o lt int f i tlti'i tinalu tad 1t i 'L.ran I r I li g ote behind his ticktettwo
1: '- ,ii.'u t. .d aaaa Italifi plachedol on I dtvl'iifi i a I'i' n'3I ,, t,' .-fl trll ilii th. "lT'f ltlha r-hail jsl. t ia of cornl when fl11 total volbe w aMse II9M
Ia holire i o t bt b o tild et td taa ht, or f tho t'I aamaia.a tu 1 sai ltllt o I plnl hei-rl chhtrtni wlh, *uarr too railrtti t lltatwloan T 'r tois thlo 1 te 4
l an11 1 i ,..it, jv h.ii.'urs to civr, te, In'' w .i t 0 ii i ric, the 'nc ng for iht rap it'nllc ;.nt, AIa toll, b.n .an tncrele of lt 0 V s.
it ..- p,il ... t. ).ol l Yil;g \ 'ft i l i, 1t lltma'... U la or h l" areo k t wi l i 'it In in lheiwathy tr ll ex. f flnvetrior M vyls' pIitt~ail, 1 ;:
he rat: ,.la! t I ,,r- ,! *Kh 'l'off wa so attllr4 ot' Mar 'i't r',' ta td h llt r. la ha n i !it aio'f. s' 'liia1'nt0 20, hthi lose Int i ah lii
hxl. aut , ; ..., ;;f ria i ai ot al i, I t a lti tl a taaiam'*.inrl. V'an Na. *a or h'ar Jwt ila;t s, ta (t1n1tpli t be 3t),0t0 .Ot She. VtlW tt,
aI 4. v it 'i hao'iaal a ai wll ir" i li t l fl1.11 3af gra 1 that tli, likttr, f work Aro i.o li ll ct1 Uidt wi l p41 1 *II!' ,
I.' at-It nI tIt a no':a,,a !re ins ~Is' tal'n. 'a' a rt a 'L la hr a rilht to ntitanlMtat U hait bl ote over ttl.il' t' a '
fur ir I I i. no w ,rit.: rl'oa f ttht' e tll' tnt e i' n nt i th ll' of i i wiorIltnita shtlla4l hodl.! I h th test thl usi 4~. .
'r., !,a I !' ;:ia, (,ftoir lhl. awful graiialhata.'r" E 14 St aIril. wlti laoorni'f edtlail' ftlhetlalhi liaiine le work, a i ,V- ial aoat.ll ai(v. lyl*.t i|a
fi''' tf..,: . a ,' ..... a i '. ing flour p I- t l a 'ch!'t lit ttllh'rs o f h!l "tufT al'd 'h wih tsita, lihe fort., a'. vry itea+ilt.te .ilieal, anjorlit!. which Ifetatllo l
.i l . ;,!,.i --i, ..b.. .. ,.trow ilh' granll i ealilnnptnl rh wed v w ilw pifthlea safety a ihilanc h. snh l ,liHe adlpont' al ; ttoiailde., .lt lb ;( ,i^
ItIh, I.c *... "+ ,l .t.... nmu-ta ru te t iil ilrtliT. .ta an d a ,ta t >t by a 4 l' |r I f i It shoor lti li .lltai, It U I., 1 lotal t. tlin iie t ho)ii oor t lll0tI11.'e1111
Si: ..... .< .. .. \\ i i. .. C' I'arl '.,.rd ,.. Ma' r see the tittrou iettion liito t11, 1 tott hfy Pltt ed. :
iat .. .'.' a..:. ',a: .,.v l'rt;>r t.'l il 'Fell ntv'';' F F','iiIl'.w tit a n ".'! fwvt, tof (th, ',-. ,o .. ;,,. a ..a,;, i a! r o h fill sr hort of two l.ear i !i i ...
ta l t,'a ,1. l.. 4.. wi nd:ta i 'a 4" 'l l. th' : n i ."' I "ftf tha tarth is only a lhe t itirll II ball fa"lg eraor vtn it' thtitls r o t
...a t 1. i. ich t.e ('r t r iu att ri1ed that il lti 'lessi thnliit 00h 0 ,ir t i,,!oit l
fa r 1f A; \.i, l 4.id4 fin,'ts -I 'iii .hoiN lwy0 tra01.11i-tttonil -aveit tt t W;ilt iII)$
Hr!vy F:.giting Reported. iai '1 la: a' IatN' .' Ill *aa a h wtkat .. 11'< tn fI i res ni'l ,A thte^ '11ap t loca a *" )!1t
aai ... \,i ... s i..! .--l. a.''a pl.'- 'r'" 'bya 'nh I all riWit; that Is Just what, were defleated. O 'ne'of n '
!. < a..*. ,i.;t al" l.>;i! rl i. i T, tal..a ? ia l'a 'a f ,. 't T all 1 pt i1i1t' y a t 'I ta'a ir ,1a1l. if lit o earth wias IntelnttI Ritita Inctolereased i h v ti mbel" ll
a 'h .'; > l ,i' trooi.*p t i l. il i Ht ed i iy lmi (i' ,iinlinefn'falet r as the llottalli pwne tcal. t 'i des antl tle other 0 t
*l t.t ,..^ a. a. a, ( |,t'' i , l,' tai i I al I.at i ai | .. o v hi, a e lilrri. anil It I1 IIP Sa- a : t ai t a ;: r ' h ch dren." ; '' l lin'n, p >., I i h ant it l'a < hH ren b il tirie lllIn tow thr, ritI to l1
a . .i -' :'.' ;';i', .ii <.l n i! ,i '. '" a* t.i t.i a' i. l i l t r n .... .ld ifia .1 4I rali t t 1te t a itnr
a:' ': 'I ,C ;:; la i al ,,i ,- I 't ; .' (-',ila. 1. | in rtUrl r. ht in ,uir lirniti it VERMQNT BSL CTIQONl0 :
SI' .;I, ,"' "'a I fha'.aaa. ana' hii i' I' ',llia' a littalal ga.' a 'a (tl. a *l 1 II1'ti it.''' '' ''''" .......'''"
I>'; .t ^ K+r:, ,' ^ ,,r n; f ti|r a til M'af. r .. S na.....tors,. COnriltre metn d talOe 01
vt V!': -,' ... w, l :, ,'.. a.t., 1n 1'" ': '"1i In 0' .' o' c aii. ,'aT<. R BEGINNING OF THE CND. lp cart To S ,letitid.'
It; 1 1! .1. t, r l ry-' '" l';l allao.t .- \hite lhvt ' Jtianetio Vt.- e8 t *1 ';
: ...... .... .. ... ..... i, rr'iatwi Many 8tocikya-, 8trikers Apply for alter w alher' condtt onsi cosidelqt
UNUSUAL ESCAPE. ita '1' Ial !'a a *'? .f Tie;ir Old Jobs. t'lt.aaM l linatUyt.lo irll tt l 'lt4 thA Wi ,.''
I I,_th Ti 'r,. t ;;- r t.' ai I~ 'a ., t I C '1. ', r : 1 ha ci a sltfii l tf l'i t'I dH'I 'i'dI by'.all artlIs p.l iai
a P'a t of PrI.vate Serva i on Govir. I. "o a ta iii.. tti'. 1ii t a 'la in i. t. lt, f ili 't *I-'' y.-.is i sa t ike t' uia t rtgholt!trta t V% erint' t'oi r... ..a't t'y
ncr's a.nd ; '. Itta'aantdr i ( early it 's> '. n, r' eea tlrnl ig to thae Tinta fact thiot ti e1 t P lion W ,as'1 ",1h r
III ," a 't t '"t : I' t ":a. ''.l'ar a J .i r'i, aaf i4t an'd pa, l,:.,ir. a iari th ,:l a ,% ,straIlts al.c tfl t he hl"t' l a l n ua t i t rttti' t' t"
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;, i: . t .,:rch a stirir ( M ane l ti > \ i nrk *a1 *fw 1rat1r ai u KIblica streaght. 4 i
I I. i' I a ; i a i" ial at t I i' l l i l ,lll I ,l rllo i r -a., ll14t ,it h o ult l o t ita m t a ch w't e ;* *,Vefl W t gt i
a ''oat lua a' ia tiat l a a ' ii '' l a llt i t n t fi af re tt a l e of ty.'i h wiatilc 'ltio throilte t' itO '
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,' r; ; i I t.' ;, l It 1: !r (Cl .io M ayl'l l n it li .l i. a Itlll etl t I h l h !c,',, f to o lc r two OOMl ',' .
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I..'.'P; h i a a a:'ilsir !, I ni f>:i -' i tltfl-r K'a T. aI i ,a'i'r ( iha t' g"t l:l'l- t t at l ci alitrlhl i I hh ) hl tll l llt J the l ItIt a tbtr 'iof r t lI r at tr I* : a;
tl r < .' ;r: in,:' f.,<'.. ,i r n a: 1 l '" ri a ai aa *< at .i't tral 'y IOl. Tr ofIr a' i or it) Thsrp wa a taut a i ttiK the'.a lCihta le c'J v. 'll e a "of Wa ldt a W sld toevaf. I
a ".. i, '1 ti"a'.a '! 'i' 1 .paiiaaiiaraaaa l inlhi-waf l lli 'rihfra r `'! 'l.i yaraaa ,'alla tllt "lilai'i' t<' a'Il,~ tc, n l'ti Hatn tamll"t@ l otia f. Caattlll,,.l cf1t' ',
aar .. .a. .. .. ,a: .'.aa.. .. .. , t;i a ,:,,' ',, r ... ;u rla ar>'t biar cat,,ia 'ean e' ; ttaa'ai a 'l'taii 'r"" a fHth. ;his (' f ta il: ita laina that .(lat w wra t ll ltitpon'J it: r e)l !i. "La'"t.:I:S..r
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t' a anld iaf'r Ithat l ta he c ta t'tint- a" OffIials o af the l iae ing it I onwt ratte aiaent Is eI
' '\\ ,''. a.. .. .i.: ,, ';-,.: v !i i 'a a'.h a' nia 'j.ak in in a Iat l i, iof aaiahiaa a hh. a en rar, le a that no Porter,' litif W ltA lgton I.. le iipr'otl
tnt ';,',) .,, r n l." :a* e. i ;Uia 't r. f i p t it'. 'ly hR f' t icl r race d ol i'lairIc lttail th. fl elh..l:. t l tiii' itJ uluL o e .,
la t ka'ya'a a' ntr 'o"rht"' t ui l 'ail pig, 'thr their !4ta blire, iad th* naelplislLte a te t
atla' i:.,:'. ;ii 'a a il a ,'a f a !i. S- BAN PLACED ON BULL IGMTS. ias wo blit i realistated' f1 thoiit Clarrae Mtot, of Sprtgfiel
I .\:ar aa. r a. .... '.. i .r'1l t--- -- il na1..1 tro agrvhinitnt wo itl -rh r let n of the prstli tnt I th e'. 'i
S Misouri Governor Orders Sunday Ex.' .aiy niailot aith tihr+ unrlian t i rli emilrelan t Ja|t.sart4. Kitt i'rdg i ,(iji.''
S ,,' ;, r ; ;ir h tibitions Stopped. G l iflne'l c f .till totil intlan i n, kIf ifi af llrnttlcl rn, aid D'i.l J, a
.... a .!... '' '( t ala' 1...... 'l'f' ra < (? i r i a Ia 7 -- I, al, na'la,.ow, i v a aiw tarl ia'an atl.lft rr tf inr t o "oal' t 'L P. of lof irltri ngtonl wtn was felt to b :'li
a'.\.,' *n 'r 'ii rat t alat a a airaa a'f with .N4'iraa' y (,;a t t<'n. r tat ar I i; t h of 't in' tl ib'l s'.t ona al aaM'.aar t '
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AL-_afLa a iru sa i irtxuo -atoisaiin4a t--g ai -wia laa1 I tai- for art w rrrr for t A.nltcr t ""aa t
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'a an ;.( ' t ?to losw' 1 l'. rii 'aa ti I l" a e a 'ala) 'ofiO It'.r''Itol ng wii w1 t t i th a a ttitln i l .ic an tan ltatw ha raio"teor.
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S...a. .,a; . .a ... ..a "', ",,,.' n in ,r'. AccusedI Mlen Surr' ender. 'a" *e l> l auti Cy.A ian it T.- Tie It ,, atl t
a,',a"'* "" a ..l.a a. lt 'a taaia', ;i. ti ltl' lh ,,"ia 'i.t'' t ta'. Parr ,t rTit t ol, Inw lrr rai'ia G i1 S .i ,;' : reI Ort that lt he books l 'an .
ft a' t "B l li 'It. l.nr aar ana al acolt tc It aflrcan oraiuity (0raltmal .'
c\'t -''''. ,'.' ; ,', a .' aaa T;." 'trc i'h ti.''ia 'a, +'.4<.' ala', ''" '.taia I'i d'! al .r 'I ari'al ii.'laa thr i.t' aataa a t re art ,. A t at
_tI 'mr e, Iroup t h I "a ix 0 th4' tio mi ll Ihaot) officiAlh arem orr o tt AhA tlso."lat
a-- tl i'a.d . Ililt aiat a 'ha c Craa $a'hof'th .t air h .a .' thi' lro'ity. ly ti" will irestlqb ll 1.
Alablniia Troops In Camp. Ata w!r 'F. ;%laari a a, ( a'. I *iltal l'r i ta. | tli lt r .iv' t a ill n i .n 4a. opelesixth tat the whb le stt ,
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(p^ **i oreoe 4ie, la te bag
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INW1gaIme e thap s 66tok her was


I..Allow meea sall ive dlou
s tfil-is In prl ofmn l ChaberlainL'
4e4 ea d Diarrthe ioemed
nites huell Joes otuml -of Eale
w i y Ii t le the os e week, with
t ie s kNiO d took n ll'.kItd.
St, l l lIt maiy e thnnC utp
w4a, Isejast
it tub hll tf eoid, r, 0o JohneiS ,
uhefm aidv d me to takedo
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to riwi mIatnkaid.s Fol r i lA e i
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Ahior. Hand tnook m:iHl.
iWIIwli 'herst, A~t .,, me to e
1'4Lt14 an hwoi ied, am)whe Ia hs4ai
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mWtHr hey iob ro ted the blsobd, Wfy Il
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A Me e'.. 1 * IOM I a! d.
Att ehltp I n brigll iihil. n W ooulially
Uwe it It w* tlirY ,t t r7/ ;l J. l ra.
!Ijnt 0l4 i1i 4 lTv lit It ( bltlM%.I t re-
*pIr- ap itC t(' Ilwul.tl (if tod stl l itiihaiisl
ty i 9m eP U w I rlbs tii p '0 ll i 1f 40 rl 4 k I 11 I 4)
i l M lit la rejlitpl. 4o.l 'llh t I thle
w boldl fi rlllatgriUit4 wn.etly, Thl AotwAb'n
T o last s ttstop.lsthiaul'ay fw t lttlv l ioynArrt In
Ssd al s it akliniuf idt Alt of mIt yY, (perhaipe
biw tiglMh. I t.u l.t KI4 geritor rtoll.tt for It.'
A i l B,i'fiAit il, h/ ia uI iiti 4lly r1f; r'Id to(
,5luoa i 5f iti4?lI.lili t hlit IM prt'il ai1ly lthe
r. rlwe t iat ly lti;g t, ti t :ll>ilho ltli it ,qU y ,if our
4 to, ibts O* *nj IU is ht Ili Io I o i dihw iiin l'>' -
wts d .sit1 ly A oti o I .l t 4 i l.utA E
forp t *it-i't" I o .1, aid .1iatlly i II t.I it
r t;t #l '*'*1r ti4' lt s''r tlr i 1 i"ltli+ Zi l il a d(
s. At f til 'tl 'itllI h i l..']AIJt. 'I11 o t iai
, muals ,i a d ,^tl .a O' .* II.' I, ,l.lA',illl i ;A llt *'
trbtisl h d L' ttV ) i t )In lt l ilt'rn I w1lilnt ihA

tly Silt it 'ifllI i l t '.i t Il ik'iit.wi tio tl.
tinltaly s 'tAl'4itA" .... A 't'A 'A <*4 ij I ... .i t ,At *.ii:.'
e I b &4l t.J niad Ilt ^ i l t -11* I li .' 11 .I rhl s, ',11 ,'.r
iw 'What i t. t i i iii, ii. I hAn 1al -t \ wiAll rv'.iili.r ti
ofIt u 4 bo *'lo ll 'I ., i r 1, Ar iil t 1 ,.i lf I ,t i l\
I ellA
i ,l i lm .,11'r A t ., l'i ~ 6'* 'tl'.i.iiiy w ;A -
tr a l -nd l ) 1;;i&r t t. hIt ', r t j 1 ',.r i' l W!* r
WC ftasER M. hlilhA(!itiil.- Ir klA t Anl nIhAiI uuil 4 ,A116
Ir e h IAi h' ri'Aott'.nitliwu I fA r I hol.
".aat iti $i ti m i'ira k l iit Ilettr r t l! he
xlo4. of i 'iiit li 1I tt. f;. ti4) 111 trW li M hl
tts bloou d It t Ati I# ) ftil t tV AtI lht d iti.t iArot lbl
a l haill It WOitt: o il ,iir i> A iA l n t iuli -
S ply thIt lith(itl4i! w>41g 'tl I=A On 'itt' ieri.
ull. \%,k I Cult. Ii'i uolt I's1 hiidlhedt Ih lirw.
ad *k a tujou iI tt a i Ot iln itlhfreliu-it tliiitf,
a0 i SW lift to htotr mitt isayf lot itllr Ulitt hlie fiei1a
0 Cliilitkiy' of iixniy, iiriiulilu tlhit t hI
lndiK'lthuat rB(erris to the lu r lIo Im.-
B B ,.*4r -ior ft1 L&K,, *o you ,mw lit colltpurl-
VINOD. son w111 ttie1. Iletlhorn of rlclwa oiur
lope nlkel s a poor crop of ltoiletury
iaken From ailngl Indieed."-t. Louis Glolbe )huo-

ptoeeding S*our Stomach.
day, wihn a When th quahti.ty of food taken is
d at th le too large or the quality t ) riolh, sour
tfosam iiV stoiolmil is likely to fellow. aitd espe.
in the itly olfly so if the digestion hat been
weakened byr oustipatiou, Eat slow.
his living on and 'no; to frtely digested food.
renall llhat Maitlate ithe food thoroughly, Let
age Il Oal1a ,t ours elapae betweeit iiitals, and
a room of whim you f lei a fullness and weight
ins hi riogio of th atonacllh after leat.
HIe permit' gi ,, tok I namberil'ins Stomach and
In0, during Liver Tablets and the souritomanch
on to se it. may bes aoided. For otal by all drug.
went to the glst ___
Mi $8 tor TIME FOR SCOTLAND.
re Tfor. Upon --
limualoIt ihe "tll el Oto Ill11 lrwelli Wheim tit camo
lhb baggage, e.m*taeethtos s Fvretel.
k reeIlps't of "Sittteakiltg i'( 0 ItwkK." ialt thi Mit't
e.deavored er. "t" in1'tll'rIh. M! l(tlitld. IlilH tl'he liimst
rIll# he wua Il'nterItlimU ti t iurliltlg idekvitl I over'
a addllo al Siw. it' lt. lie- 1 e0WI WI l Is W 1ll11.
evia of he tl f w.i.~ in thlre ablacy, ihll U..t .-
p iosse o iof wl tilte iw l' %A ti.' I lll.' J snrti iviillited
* expiration y tle hilt'L. rh. .T lTinTbut hl eiteiii. ii4O4
vered to the of tilt* e l iur iit lit thlls forltrios.I. |liiit
ad nompanly il~In toward r'irlton hilll, In veh.tricalIly
ht Sh e mater. ltl tl te dild -W tiltd, I lInt lith tovr lit
won the Li 1t he ub. tiln reWll Tl;-'l i.'v lIc stt t
thell oftlld al tlilt ffor ill l'hctlalil.
this time the "It latt i lutai-slii tostanild ot I'aritnr
ik Is o sting bill li tit .' tii ii I j.d tilr Lt Itstiee tih
ly, U he ha hae i l"lltaltiin s thil4t ilf ti' gu llon miAth
hill Anh tl t frail of l ll. l li alt s atil
hltttIl> d, while thie. roanr o( ttle l inu is tof
Colic, Oholt- orsle soine i ttli)tel Itln it' riosliig the
mVillid till tho thtar hamndl. ItI l1 (qilt.
Ily Iltnite"0ljit to sn6 ttl l ttttsiIho t ilt-i I$
a few words isMtoatit ttik to wntc h the I til at e('rl-
Iolle, Uthol- ton lill fhi just aS the ItI of Ils hilhl.
y." sayt Mr. i ternllt onwot itandi.ng li th cour yarill
hPil, Te'oM. Of thle i awth g w ju l1lnlt, waltiuli
A bowelttroi for the. ltstlfilfl Just orvrheitr I tl In'
.of imedionae rd-. I4t otirrrtld to we It would Ito
of, whoan my o etxilsth.4 to wattlitch tlini s n'dsI uo
a merhiant ptailng .|i .l y t hll inc notl'
thil remedndy. stot from 1l t'iit l ttt. Wtn the rwtr
IAl g!reasly .'* t loak p pa,.d ren tiely witlthotti. wintrng
ken the third hanrly a ,ynn-nir B ttn ihe hal'lst f li
" thank yIuu ciowd, tihe t'i. well repaid nuiy ~Vl4tt
tari forput. ing. Byeryt'ly dlo4dgd. A .hiltlr n
ithie haiod t srenaled. iitiiOlmen and womin Juti~uled
all d4iggats. to ihe sidte o-f tle wa;l. Of >urs,' it
--- was at over In.a Ce onld.. ul iii tlhi t
0 CfRIM. moment It Acu'ed tii t tla u ehl.trtc
shook hnd pti'w'd throuif tho crowd A"
i Body Wat' --"irninltlii .!%ewn.
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8. A. Read, Ciidiio, eIta, writei.
M$roh tlllh.. t.ll: ly wrist was
spran ed so Iadly by a fall that it was
iaclesI, il andailel f tisiilt. set'ral rmie-.
dies th4at flled to gil-0 r'Ael,. uedii l.4l.
lld'tinoL Ltniment ani d wa*a is etiil.
',I earuol:y ettinfindItven4 ti d' Itly4het
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CLYDE LINE


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Jaokaonv1lle and New York,
Calitig att CHAUII .4 T I ,lTO bh.C. abtiti. w,
The Fl net Steamsblp lt lhe CoiStwile Service
Clyde New Ew, ghd und U southern Linesl
Direet 14ervie Retween JACKO)NVII.LE. IB,',TON ail
PROUVIDKNCE and All Eastern 1'o16t1,
Calling t Ch rleston both ways.
l5ZBidC-'WSl"ICE ti. B.AILI1tGO-S
Southboundd........... ..... ......... ... From L.ewtis' Wharf, Boston
Northbound.. ............... From Foot of Catherine *t., Jacksonville

C1vae St. Johns River Line
laotwoan JACKcuONVILL.LI ind SANIrOHL)
Stopping at Pilatki, Astor, it Franci.elI Bresford (IeLand). andl Intermed
*Landiung on St. Johns River
Steamer "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE."
Lesves Jacesonville 8:80 p. m. Sunday, Tuesdays and Thursdays.
Leaves Sanford Is as. tn. Molndays, Wedneldays and Fridays.
.1 appointed to fail as fohlwo: w
Reau B.un, HilEDULE *t
eav :8 p ........ .. ... Jac nvill ... . .... rriv :
6:4 pm .............. . .. i iat a............ .. ....Leave A ;(1
89 .( am ............ ...... . Astor ............... :80
4 : am ........ . ..... . et. Franeis...... ... . -1 :(t
Arrive 8 an ......... a for d .....) .. .. ...
1O :Gam .... ....... ... j.'lnt rprise........ ... ... .It' .ia
OXNERAL PASK AN)rTICK ET FFICE.2o0 W. BAY TY JACK(N VII.
F. St. iM NMONGIE'1. JR.. Aw h t eu. llum. Aim, SI We,,t tliky t,. J ,oknvtiie. t.;,. f
W. U. l^i; lJr,, rrelil.MIrcn, C, P, LOV .L. L i.lrii.tcr.de^
Fo ot M Rorat fr treet, Jitvk41nM% 0.
A.(.', fA4,. T' t:.;ft }:at', 1, Y't ., N+.w York. C t JJ,'l M'LJNE, com AttNewYA01
THE.O. (i, EcIER, W.. p. liE CO..0.
tiuneral Manager. (General Aten ts,
b_ <' 'lr<>iilt, l .n l State street. New Yoril


THE NEW PAXTON,

Commodious, Home-Like Hotel.
ROOMS FOR il, (GUESTs.

Table Unexcelled. Every Attentioni t) (Guests

MRS. E. H. PAXTON, Owner and Prop., WHITE SPRINGS, FLA.



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The Atlatie Coast Litn

Montgomery and L.& N. or Dixie Flyer Through
Atlanta and Chattanooga,


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$44.10
n'ls.e daily tik till 'I .I


$36.80
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$29.65 $22.35
~'Ig i tiedaily., (i.o J )!itee.'nday. !'itl 5il@,le l Iti l, 11 V 4
,. ed o, for, ten dalys atio
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Cit ni W* pdy T'ial of
Store Day CVub Me~bter,.

iP!OIAL TERM OF COURT
I itI. Il i in Will Ur...r T.rl. -. -


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t' th wea and


*M g *** a a fousa rmy \ weary dpespor6
Plltiy~l-gfemeady-Tresl Marked in does tlllhem1 \% \desiyspeptic
SI scht hat w w ah It 1 ourlng all
Viginily of Bradfordvillo Wilh Wigna Is mIS ble to-do fort X Ic so II
f ocity. l, vwn f but trouble
slihlg tl'y dlloriorad \
A eleonlatt fromn Tallahasa-e to IThe or evirb0tdlnold.
Mirppoli' under da t4 tof btesber 7', K o o i
"Lass tight a isams iseltlng waii held i
a the court liloise to disease ithe e .t* uil.llsthn nural
ation euse.d by the dory of. th he ork of. he
Hiefore Pla (0u1i, paid the murder"of etomtiah, reltalng the
y.. W. ppl;' nervouss Ii e ,while
-"The Ieo.0 le art 1l0t dI'. e ienflamsj n:u.;es
er|opequt.iuit. h aar do. and membranes of that
erotlled ltthes tis lubs shallu i1 Or.an a" s.lowed t o
vrly dealt with, 1fl sad heal. It curesi
"Names of nmellibers of l rollliiltent ndl n t9i.. faltutenioe;
itiseus are said tu be ol %b e'blaok ervous dyspepsa
flit' of the tive elubs whioh are id & to Ail stomach Iro ble bny
be In existenAe In Leoot county and lea non purfyin and
whioh were organized a year ago. totithenlag the gland
"Many wild rumors are alloat Mmbran.s ot fthe atom.
shrulugthout thle tate of lyniching, .
riol aisli outrages, which iahhav no .
foundation save lihe oiorsral fIsuelinl
over their murder of Mr. Elppsp, wh)p was
an it.offettive asid truly good man, a. VTeIr~krteelsrTM.
well as a protinient citi.eii. So9e= olr. Il.00 Sira boidlMu 2I9M
"Peouliar outlitnes iesenmibling an lx hqwI p LS.WllIn 40, (uAI
out into the bark of trces around er-. I l "
tai homes in the Bradfordtill. 1 itigh-
borhood are supposed to be s6o0Im 1ys- s Sold by All Druggists.
bot 'of the 'teturt lIay Club*,' mad .. y.
probably mark those whooe destruc ... -
tion had leet i .latiused. F lorida, with CHANGE OF OWNERSHIP.
the reti of thu inathl. Is contrsted yfur- Mrs. R. B. Taylor Will Assvme Charge
a eeriou sobuditionu ofalattirs, &iad fur- of Kaufmn House Satirday.
their developnit afre expected. InT h of Kauffman Houe S 1atirday.
thle measlntim all is quiet i Tsllahas- 'tht Katffmaan llot l'itht Maiun
Wee. street. N., which -for the |olpt thlfev
Special Term of Court. years hus beeii conducted with great
"A special term of the court will tie uecees bIy Mrs. U. V. Kaulffman, will
asked by leading eitizte.e to try th.'e clt-a"g maanageteint afteSr supper Fri-
guilty parties, alid it is generally cti- dasy, wih-n th hotuo atid all its ltie.
needed that this request, will lit graict- hiinglng will go ilitoi the hatid of Mr.
ed, This, it is thouightl. will Pntiefy I;. l'. Taylur. 'l'hie ;dy will serve
many tf thoie whlo are. now dia~n'tiisng breakfast attulrday Inorisig.
the lynching Tof the iriwosners." Mr. Tlayo. r i well known in this
city, where ihi resided for niany ys'Ars.
FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST CHURCH. She hall for hotm, time, iowe'ver, tiets'-l
--- ^- 1conductingl tihe ir'airslii, lloioiw at litay-
Installation and Other Services Were iorton-the.(iilf, near Ilro(l stville,
Enjoyable Features. The friends of thil etainl. abl lady
AcOordii>g Wii ptevioi. arrassgtinatt, will gladly wleoine hi-r tot her old
t'h, inltalslatin ervice. o f thin m'wly hoie, and tht r s no dolit bilt that
elected pailtr of Frieltd lhil, ltallitisr hl- will ittj.'y a eftole f'tiil career in
(hliureh.c lhis. city. wire held hist wc.k her tne. tn-vnitsre.
eslilratsissi liii< (trtlI, .'etdsiy 'of LI\ c.
gust. Kacl, prougnr wa ait.,e..w.d WILL DRAW THE JURORS.
b a largeasd apiireialiv..e .ili,'ti.. County O>icers Will Draw Nanes to
'.isiday wa cessilerid'ts h'rlctlIs.
ing f w-as re'l.fthe t. rMf. Serve Jury Duty on Sep 10.
a. th.. Sunday l ..eho *,li. i wl ih wt,. larg.- i r .i r)iln- tlit'- l~th iutc the (i'erk
ly, tlei d ld. wans .>!sdti-lt'l )'y l'ref. of t t't 'ir'cllt clcturt. eisI 93 J gi' altd
I> S i>.... t. 11 .. .. . ... .. her'lr it o ill siraw 'fr ni tho l. i l

) "1.. 1 Phs t P tt Ir. rii. m wtete at- 'sli rt- I I
two welt written aid interesting i O' Juro-r tio itrvi. at the loliring tennr
ei-r read liy 1i.. Ih, ra I arrolil in t Ill Ihe 'lrietlit tuIrt. T'"hirll m nc,-*
MNr. M h.. ..1,144. T'hl..e m..re. fto- will Ile drawln, whith will emillol1't1. tI
lowed ly tfoir very ilptru tliv. td- ia lel sft-tlh, t r lst itI itl |l. i, jrir,,.*
by thile followiiig. islilt6 yoniiitg I I c"tolb r.
I. l:Il of L.ive I ak, \ .1. .Johi,'.i. of Bucklen's Arnica Salve
tit city. Prif. ti. (' 4T.irry (rf A1sl ti- I i, wiriil-w ilt famit, for titarvi i
Cetll itnid I'rtf. i1. I 1. liotiard> of I i- I Iurte It tirpi itt. as ny iotihr Aalve,
(04k lutioln, isiitis'iit or balm ftir liili.t,
At : 1 1. Ill. in lie itti.iilet oif l v. eoiiriri liirin i.l, ,tiii.' f..liim., tl.
(i MeKiit ',ey. the instillaltii il wer, et!r,. telf: r. ,:llt rhe.ii, fever iiiiries.
Moti n ws a i ably pr:itClhed by h ii r, C\. Celt Isot' l l lhMiti .i kiti r ruptioi n.: infnlli-
.ofLak C'y. Ther har.,ile,. .thre. gpu raltltterd. i tily
tC ie clt el w as -it- y gi. M it A tat n d ris slr' 'tI
L, Jaiael' tit Il'ytosln, and tih' charg'
to the new ,ator was giv.ei I) U.I, One Cent a W ord.
W ., 0. ltrowt. At 7':i30 p. me a vtryi ........,..... . .. -
forcible appeal wvais ade fur Lht .Mthi t. s 'ri'i' r ,s rw i
ter by Ier. A. L1. Jate, whi w wnhih t. i, h.-ad h.-i' *lr r C it i t Wm si tlc.
S joyed by al'l. i n. iiatl i -. ".;s. i' t'< ttis
cThee-ntirt tt rvivies closed 31iilf.day ':s-is. :i ,r '.eae.e\ t aiclr f e
night with a grasld rovee-tliou in l.i ir 1"n hisa io'1 -a.i'. a .-
pt thelie w pastor., Ilurng thlr rOwe l- 11- ..,- t .,u. ;, ,,', t' i,, r ..*i:,
tolsl thiher' torert, ui (lte e sstitifill WoIM i vrd .' olr itnth t,, l II' vrivenr at ir ulrerm .
Sof ,w lel'nt d liv.reld ,ly "I tva
Johnist.>(, r s u'iiic laIvttis Jli)ns i il I v. li; ii 4 aM i1 t.
H. M, 1- tl ini land otlihro retiret1tit*
big varinmii ori nt r ii:stt iits of It .' '' ,,',;' i :, .
c hurch. : : '; ';.1:', x I'' 1 r'^ ''' ', ''.
lree t Ilhelr %vat,. i Ti.t 0fTftrt ill lr tl .it ,: I I l I I' : ,l i
mlotey, ithv report oi llriaticv e n l ,a ntis,
i*ead until Hi Ih,-";el^, n( 1, r1,.^| -
d til it th' Vo: It' reip- .II.\ ILL'N 1, AtlIIII'E
ilo0 W'hihll r-p.'rt oh aU b i''.rais .il-T.
I tt l .' K Il ii l tri 'it'' r i l*'I'.
v ery highly rnectihirt.uted a', tw. I ,I
thitiate r. ( at i'i t i Loh'vd that is i A *I
bor h.re whi lc ,,rowfeed with o.+1rh 1 Ill 11U8 .0 rill I,
asiceuI:e .. hiureOlprlt l:'' Ift the Baby' i CutingTeeth. "
D'.e itiur h't 4 that ,lil i" d a .-'. "
t+ ied rnes, d'y. M ri. VhIuslowta +, ;ii1-i a : .' p L + d + .
RO^ti for chii. i n. t t t lated it, the Purter hluck. iouth
-ldh thte eq uare. Th rse trlae table'*
allNays I, ;ain, ie'"rwintd 'it m, id a. d ,ghiti, asid lrotmtj and cot.rteieet
'.Iae best rnsedy flotr .diirrh"ia'-,, 'T ',: ,+tvrice'. Th'hi publici it ,rdiila y ilivited
$-'4 ve acite a t iwe He a: tt always. wIl cu .


This


In the yard of a local residence, apahetic
ltht was seen thetheother morning. Nweai
the water faucet wa a family of dead rate.
They had eaten Stearns' Blecric Rat tand
Roach Paste and rushed out of the house to
the nearest point where there was water, I|
andgave up islfe together. Stearn*' Electrik
altand Roach Paste is sure death. ItI Is
easy to use and absolutely Iguaranteed to
killcockroaches, water bag, rats, sice. etc.,
driving themrout of the house to die. DealI
evr generally have the Paste for s l. or 1T?|
package will be sent, express prepalido re- I
ceipt of price by the Stearns' electric Paste
Co.. Tribute luildias. ChticairIll. Small
site, 25c; Hotel saia, eight tes athe
quantity, $1.00. 5*.


hit Sl1i, ( aild it l V10 0 4own w
physleta' im.it'(e* talou i twc tnt,,
atw IIll 1* way ll r, in (ts1 .11 W*Vlu IIo J.ilt.; .
iM liod t wu 11 hi II ,i as t tlI I trl.'
len in thiii s ortury 'woihld wairranti |
' ivi,fi llvig for twp; *sid they could I'r
tir nii uhl H I III' tit I t1 'l, i1 her
lf'>9(lt l mil i .tai l,.. I r. t 'l i i' itintiS ,
Tile alitprrillvre IHVli dti4fl"r l U r
bibuol all tlw oottlli that waR lill kl'lc
hy rust. Tihe tfr;' % ill lit Ut l i Y4 e.
ithe situationn ay' thert will lIh lilt i
nmore thili lillf a rop. ,levein halef
1ve bwen llulneied is ftr tlisa e tito, l
North Gainesville Party.
The' hunoi Ai Mr. #4al Mr4s. I 'T,
Nthmftr wase the ioiif tf tiiuch Uti aity
Tuomiday evenliiag. tht litieIslt' l tSIIkl e
party teiulurvsl by '.Ir: anld (reW t Slia. I
for to their frifidlo,. Tliu'lpiticipal fVt.
tur eo lhqf tvetiingi th fill lra>liupihine' tlimiIert, whlieh was
rendered biy P'rof. A. IH. liandolph,
alid the rufreol>ist.ts, which were a
abundant as Ilhei were ilt-kiusU
Thiur" was a lIge, crW>.l preseniiS. anl
those who were so fortunate expresff
Ith .11..l'ir m al haIsi IlIad a t.1 .l i .t $

A Boy' Wild Ritd. For Life.
WV tli fatmlll triynt l exp|t-tii> lli0 1-
to dic, anl a son riding fir life, I1
mileI, to get lir. Kiintg' Noewl liOu-
Pry for ,uimiisflmpti, .. emighll indI tsoldl, .
W 1I. Irowtin ol l.te'vatli, lib ** -
dlred deathl .suolit. from a*lhnit ;
butl tille woiltaerfll inedieltie gave i,.
0tlit rltief atiul ion souredrm hhn. t4. I
write: "I lInw hl'i.i. oulndly tvs try
light." l.iki-, mirvtIIh* Cuirf uI c i',- I
eilnsltatioi, I IiUI i)Iis, brouehitis,
iohumIiis anid colit aint grip prove ieal
matcthlessil llierit itor all throat end,
lung troubles. (4uatiralntoed ibttles e
and $1. Trial bottis free at all drug.-
gists'.


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I W. SHYDTO
"TUB- BIG STORiU2' ,1
1 1. , 1 1, *l* l ; ;l '* l' l .' '' ; *: / ^ ll' ;* *"' '*.:'


'.AOCKONVILLZ'_FLOI

tes $2.50 per day and up. Room
Private bath from IMay st1 to t0*


Vor sol h Isy J. lh. llford f (do. . : r

MAX A THE EVERETT HOT

S1 235 oi. ty St JAKINVIL1 081
E. A. FtrL ( ).,<. a 1 ...... .NA E- ..IL C. +.' ..
WHOLESALE SHOES ,I .reei ase.
Of All irlpti.. *- E.. I L.SO3 ,.
....1 .- ...-u ^ .....I.^ .... ... X II| _.__ __ ,: ....


Atl, Ag-ents.t rMONAItH a(l dMt)OVERI. AT !lAl' L A14 I K IT VO1 T LT IRAWM ,
l,,q,,,+ Ery iThe Montezuma Hotej

At OGALA, F140R1DA.
Agent- On the A. C. and S. A. L Ieys V. J. I 1PMAN PleNritp
REPU BLICANi None Better in the tateat a Day. Pot '''1

National. State and Congresion. .. .P-M.etall.. '
al Ticket 1904. Wb. e 3o:. : o ,7,f

.C. IV'. lhiff .-n.-Fralltin (Inety T
two. 14 Holihes---ir.vard. county. e .' T .'. I:
li Au. W. V Jeill--udd,,n countyy. i
A. M. I('.im(an-Algcluf.l e.inty. Se. X= REALT C M

Sei t tar-y o- f I at. tel-Jh,~ n, ',+.h(.',rr, I 1 '
lt..ru < l : 'e i (o t- .* r, '4,
l. r ,.A-ay .i eva, ral--" il. and f l.l -- f' o at"l, f.u11' rnlo: sed. i !* h
ly I.vy,"

UIierit t.;en h lt o l lltie liofuubl. ..n ..u. .. h
oantlin.(miseri of Agritulutr+--.T. ,F' .
Rowley PIutinasm.
iaThriad Comniges ii Litnr- ti Jn" I f nOt4 I e
,ustie. spituon e Court fur term of 1 n.i oe' O t ': a' 'L"'
six yfsa-W H. ,Sh ,ppant Esabi. E.E. V VO"mE VrR Rk. ...
t k', p Ulir ntut* C(ourt- 0; .F tr, ...^ ,, E ,,, ,, ".:,,
lli11hore... Abetraot of Title and fullaItfrmatl0id furlnilI l r l ndi Tiitlle nI.
MAdalmo.I~uvatl enuiti O ter mana erhalived In this! 0ont% 1 r 1MH Mli
P A xtell.. ittil. p througl (onier

eoud t'uit.resi. stil' |.istriet-JT, M. FI HK, ACCJEN'T UfRftLARY AR tD IND. m IT. AII . pah+rg k '
Chencyr.' in I fe. ,, itenting .,timritr tf promiwnot Athie, n fnd Ott d llooii i p *(
Third (ColtRrel i wart.W .ita ..l e .l : ,T. Jkgt1on ziz9 a 10


"TIlE BIG STO ER" ,


Reduced Prices on Sniuimer oo'"4

Are Still on at Tils Stor

We have bold during thl p iSt two wirekh ttIundi'4 of nito, 4 ,
i~uimletr tiptodp, Ilut no not de ir l o catrri inytiith11tl ovE riF em,1thif for Iiatott.lr w lk our iroe AV-tlC m. IuinMoo
tiIodS. ('CAT Y UT' YI (Y IK PC or I

t' i'ts Figt'freti Lawns, regular prite 6A o
tic, i l an d l5c, ionly .... ...... '.

tOo Y'd 8l SummerD l .)rse Gitood, l ".0
lar price 13c, Ilo anld 2(0t, 6olly.. 7. .

lat price .ic, mc, and 8u, only ..... '
741 Yards Summ1er DweMA (wlsI, re,*gu t
lar pri e Ioe, Jic and 5, 0,only...... 1

Ladies', Misme', Chlldfn's and ,1n's 4

LOW-CUT SHBOZrl
SWT OJ8:T. ;


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"'li',1 g iRg t puli4 the p.ble oat;


+ w ,_. 0 0sastmmeoton., b0 prn.
wi.sv.hp, ,ea,1s ,onr; io.nsp, qMi*.,
S ahtvp4 to, ,Mat lOWa tio prison for
.defIalOatlt, e(t.k'i T 1M Is the firt e-
44t0I* 0 ufeo fa public character that has
0'. tt ,i (if;made Will Slltrtet m4ethOd1ts,
E GMe l j $Nf a b tomw 'sha iil' .IW -i iil-r ,.*
Mn ~h ay*orT sp. '
,t As6149 iopt eat. 0 oe 'tarj 1'ft's
P+, tllitpl~a e !h iblti t o.WOO lae I0. i V
*eW. Twen'y!flse of the little browh
taioot w10o have e e dra ooned Into.
at.ead(ng tiii "mpdel sshooi'" haw rt*.
iieds 4o atend tihe laeteM any lotager,
Silie 'elf,.*s epeat' of, t1s s boyi a.d girl
OMP fla beta wounded and their, feelings
8 mes IIWVl*wraged b he.11 h allmiuln to tbtma li
S SW ages." This 'iadverlsement has bton
1'. diarIbuSedl all over the country. How.
,the wreary will eope with the Inaul.
o7istlioiia iaians to be 4,011
Man4huria. whole the RI11sp00e and
9 II8 WV *3i Japnls a ll fighting1.i Mald so hTve
I I^ 'r** 'la wht .ainda. tatll the U iited
Staties1 p toge ilnth ad ot an iare of
1f ris It-aaundser 1tlllgl. If tM' be tIrue, thy
....... .o not $he fou la quis fighting and iax-.
ISt h011 their people to death id iettlle a
'^ ViS l. ew, f, milllon1 (n Alanehuri, to r0,e,
btlaer : orw eml*Iiltl';i 'f :'heylig
Bat o e'1tilet4e t o lanid 'under their
tery1 fb I 04 prfer the hortorn of
... : ir .i .i..'. i .oi,dt .....
A er;all" tihe f11e over 4he tholbud
S'lo.ey' th peIople who drew nuinmber
a*bo 11, It 1i Alid, lr rftusingl to file,
Ikji. IW b.itm l'l4qs 0 t lhir rights alter
t per lI *inlntioaorthe
.ad4, rednitg iIt e not worth thIe
gov*ensatnniet's pria. of *$4 atore ad
W I :*,e other etpeni. inv olvd nla comply-
ag wI-th 'the law. Out of thb; fntlire
AOI ttarter section, ao; more than 4
or !'soare worth Uling with a view to
gll t ,a t..'. ti altf ttlement,,.
the mesa whot Is idrl oi wholis rwek.
lia oa half ltlse when he has a ohiwfe.
aJ who Ias Ho pay higher prices than
ever be 'ter for wht thae eat, ennot,
wo w?!I 6T I0, n"'' eomla *onflmont
OS > tho slue of t ghe h l fh r or lkby
'1 , li* q Bay asao"'lh* l tahe L iprosperous",
-r U e ultur. H knows pIrfoctly well that he is not
well off.and oratori canot euntfnee
t4 tatlutoner, himsto the contrary against the weight
S 0 o110o, oax othiown e xperienee.
10TAx, 0yL :' The man in the autonmoblle is go.e,
*~ailly so welled that Ie does noll
%^j F<^ J -Ise to know .that other have uoie
,ACK I BrFOaDp, *lahlt on the highway, Down.East
FEW0IT?1, Ia.. '. wre the beaine buggy 4drivers got
B 'S'ttl'v~ee, pretty$ gay the farmers carry a load.
; + ed hot itiu la their wagons alnd when
#vr:'toaa /d to ibe nr down they open
':.y' :** .' with a coi pie of roundd, It issurprli.
?* lugIn how it brings the proud ehaiffeurNt
4!* w+ "S UOth SO their mnime.*

,W^artI There 4e6#10 to be an iv-rwhelmnii
t 061 11r4aMa40 d for speehes from lBryata In'
a W ig :' aillthepiotall States. Very well; he
S, : ht t lkaIk tlheciroult. Hi is a
T. : Aeiseeor, .. brIlliant and eloqlint *1e pker, now
SWe COtOm'' e. d ntirelyl in hbarnmony with time purpose'
,dollo .r ,' of t he part, nd lis sure to edify and
'.,;? DIGCKINO. nirthttl4 a*1 well e entertain wherever
S... h goes.: ,
nt of Pnlat nutleon, ,, ..
,.. L. 4.)KZLL. i ' Contresa made a, imumetie appis-
c. ... p' nI ''t or to enable the' president to
tflltFIl'#i tiht the trustb-.thttt Is, "the lua
trues I fe only spent 4 tenth of the
eanity Sprveytr, fund, and hs oise tickled thetruasts
4MRS CROXTON.; Instead of inju nlg thern Why is
* D :lms a K
m. e T $l00 Or*ward, r100.
S'. PEDRW*C, The readers of this paper will be
o- e dreaded disace tht eoience hlia
b iofSclhool o brd.. een ablte o on Jo all ite steas, an
T A. OKIR thast ihs loarrh, Halk ?laiarwt lCmr
. I ),IA ., .. l the only poslTle U U koW 'to the.
tt* tiaed'lel, frateality. ~ttarh being a
..... ttBo .ml..tonl ,, .o ,, ttn
hwlitat tgoo taOtP et de. aispoal'tratmbsent. 'Ita' Gfatertha
iT0ed of MOOIl d0 a d 4 ,te I, takenl nIlrnaliy aet, ing dirlt;.
SOOlO I'tho Use eiIpls' it yd uo the blood ,nd tse*oU srpaoeeta
w ?Lgi casuallly 4e 'rnitth by buildnlAPg U t ve oon1ttu*
Stem bleed tIe Americap (iatoan d ksssiln. nature in doing if.

k__ __ _rtular ark. they otr one hundred do'havi for am
aliolr the feettkst thet a tlhe it thl~i to eIur. Send for lit
l n ,th4r bapMd whleh 1.' dire O'i. Co ltmo.


aIbree ,t the fr~uq l. eeni~Y I Tike ii a l'l(sFmly fi'iiafo 11s


" ": "L."iw,! I w^- *" my <
and th to InJ -a ne+ sh | wage a of
,rl, .atoiIougih tO l) r10'li to high
1tat very fao er who oarri h pro*
dte ti s(aoliikes mi; pay .Rtitf1 o0i
t..e eountyrosd before t;i ?in etar
,the l): ,!How do. ,the.. al thuoe
li;'6'1, tO tlast M4 Os PAY P I I

the l City Co.liloi of l>'nvI'r, t0l.,
hasl pa6edl 4, orde iltnloe ikl'thI the
tie of tradlint I stnis pui lhthiih 1"iy
flinIe of I$tUIto it) for *AhI offe lse,
or a jail s.e'neos of frtim thiirty t.,
ninety deW.. Thi eontititidonltty ft
ti.e eat will)6 i ,ont stt by m0er1hantlhf Ih6i thii *ttl4'..,
'I'ltm oilly legit.niat. timtpme of a
lariff if the relingl of neiedel rutveanuorl
but when t4is trLqilre a leaovy (atpurt
duly, mincldatital prtitectio to mAnt* .
fraturoe will result. U14t why should'
the 'ithedvlli not he to aldJuiitedl hat
farmers will g t son of tihe .bne ftIt?
The Chicago Tribune estimates that
43.1-1 utnin ,men .are on 1 strike iin
that city, and *mtlinates tile loss in
wages alone at 14 -,4I a W ek
'the Igame or *'lea)p frog" him be.
eota i poplar among Newport eoolety
VwInIei.' uld an epidenli t uf rubber iin
the neok h14 altacked thue moo.
D During ai tire In a New York hotel a
wrman dressed herself in lose than fif.
teen minute. The record will doubt,
elss it*aid for eternity.
General Fred Funatou will succeed
General Fred Orant in' emtianand of
the PepartimentA of Ihe Lakes, head.
quarters at COhiioio,
Opportunitle; in life are not so
siaroe. The ,greatest lack Is in the
abiltls it rrVoug ise them when pre.
meniwd. ___s______
hMali .isalint Spwtllon.
In the aialddie tatto umualle Unrmi super.
titloil fomnd t prensloIn tI thie f'rmlla
tion of Wof iiunage1 of htvled iersoni.,
lto the boiAte ort whkil long lpins were
stuel,. It wso coiin lntly bkelleved that
in thlt way deadly injury would to
,done to thae perain repr, iernted. Tiat
tlwlel't anl tirn'tlle mtitnltuemt down t ,
.the ee'amateenth (ceistury. The eiper.
titlllo i .ll d l till I.o ls UItAl lalacl l
thle highllimid' of Santland, "whteia, "
iisays a weit tir'rnmt l writer, "within
tLhe hlaMt few Ytar- a clay iatmdle o'f an
emlehly Wit souMlIt tn m trvamlia. hqlvnh
teea gam &mll I herr' In tlW o t(10 ligf tliat am
tl health of mt, hi' tail

Cream Vermifuge
THE U1RJWTEEO





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11 t Florila Se iary, 1 1 '

Exple ri ar ie nodt'ralt, Iiu ati'uiiu aui oeiW -li 1 (,,it I i s .
I 0 l| .l I t hII I tt l l . ".:1
i Eax eas t st.+ll nmltliiltlaition for y 'i l( \ ict\ Parelnti1 1iy s.uo l
tiier iduttlghter t tthe. Sa hina>jry tiJ hv.wi ll th r.y will r, ~ i't th. very
31Male lldeii ien Will tI untade ir riest military tl!,ipl A|, '
S* Ir ttuighl Irtt'giulatrity aSid prunsll iti l *lniew- tio' aItrl v itilwist Will not I* J ni ftrl.n t, .
AA nltbirW of cmurt r t* .I *taiifk wi a re h ,)riugl,! y IPrati
Ia. Nel ll I)!-ii, l of our ( iConmiariral a.tin ~1 irthitdl gratliti havy
iOC lllat pu itioi ll." .
Floa u'l y or tw delv .bilh. if iPrt t e, a ri ti h a it'l A r l t'.i No a i. ool.
"thl t l l'itet l I 'a a httl h i #* er hEr .tthli riveilrd thr Elst Ihjri.jr
,"f itil rI + t t "F A., k Ot f t +-- ; .mr) t 'h i e iA 1 -J
tppit i n ( .ry" .
p.atr h e t 'lo ho.f erhoor.Fof I
'I 'ITIiIN Fit KE. For Ot!ah> i..C. mm'lr.
JERE M. POUND. Superintendent,
GAIN IS ;v!I.Lt:, . tJU11l .





S1< tH('TL. 1lTITTSN r .JClES,
',,W r o r I IIE 11.iIIALITY or l' .il1. Y C oNThACTs
L.it.,ieratii.on PROMPT PAY.MENT LoSIES.
We cover these ii>portalnt points and respeeftilly
Woli'it a share of your ult'i5.ellsl .

SFire, Life, Acident aid Health Inlce.

-- Agents for the,---

Vietor Safe and Lock Company

The "Victor" t the beat safe made. and parties eiontemplat.
Ing the purchase of a safe, or anything in that line,
from a box to a bank vault, wall save money
by consulting us. Call on or address,
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Information cheerful y furnished. (iAINESVILLE, FLORIDA





Air t_1re Railway


Savannah, Columbia, Camden, Southern I
Pines, Raleigh, Richmond, Wash-
ington, Baltimore, Phila-
detphia, New York,.

Two Elef ant Trains ]):tily.

Seaboard Express.

Seaboard Mail.

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Daily Through Pullman Sleepers from Jacksonville to New Orleans
"For full in foraatiou and m leper reservations eall on anl l pint Satiird or
write A. 0. MAt'IdIONEIAI.,C IV'.LSTON. J,
Ast. General l'assen er AgenIt, 'aesieger .A ge JACK $ONVtLLE, FIORIDA.


The SMART SET
A Magazine of Cleverness
.... M a7i, e., should hat aV -eJll.d1- fltiwd priirhos, "
o tiuin elmleriainwtitl e nt and etal r rat i n r
of The smart. SeIt, rlutm la m p


Most Su.ccessful of Magazizes
th010 of bo lth henmuegher. an
Its mahort slri.' are mateh-le it-celk anIt full ci uIminintprret
tt poetvyyiOverfi.t the entire teld Of vese--patllth. Icylv he"i ur. tuler-
Bess-is 1,y th' e nmast iiotktular moets, men-and Wnmen, rif tho 'ly,.
It ll nksa, wiutticisma<.etche,..oet<., .ar admlttely the is t 'nirth-.prc.
.1V. i-- n. .. ""


lou rages ueliglttul Keading
a; paiec are wasted on ehea p ilhustarg .itor.al Vsortnia ar wa'ra "
mg ts a nd idle d clste elo s n. L 1 I

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A O NIERAL NI gfN SUE90 I ]'h!! l'tl'y ..,,i.,, ..


The Rioting Becam, $S oSerious That
it Became Necessary to Declare
Martial Liw-~Adjitartt.-Onral Poi-


1411e11.ieil Fttihatiiies.


ter Has Tlown Now Quat. Iri lr llailll -r MPltaiontp, lrt
^t ~. .\,.il l , 1! ,7 ,---I, 0 liiNii* l r.. 6lhastimu Kit.
citelit->n. i l lt,rl tsnli wl ai reltlt s i. i 4440, l4 and >(listlu4 t .
e lodity li-tween 0lhi ( n ii t:.a i i 1 ." 11",'I"i*l-AW1
t y i er t -snt t hi t i.'.u N al t i ' .. ,' .. i t-
tuon, a coltred drity driver, *tr't4k i. A Ohlrderht Ib) j traT!ph ir i 'l'elehiian
if thIt hoys it thi thtltli <' ,,( i;, I tl wi' prOt i l lre iapt l tihatih iii.
'ilotnl, itltlllattt nll lgly w.olini-1. _ ..... _ _
l the :iIIit iiati i1e soli'.r sattit, "" -'--
ail'! the atit latitlae-d a ttial, riot, CANNERY A SUCCESS.
',nd a f.'rce oif nt-gro- Kalthi-red. t it ....
ti 'T.. I c I.rIt ieb thini aed .l!ir, t 0r G. HG 'arvyard of Arredondo Canned
iI .itlil a terrilaio blow 1 ( li, Ow -ai Many Tomatoes and Pears.
flit, i>dirr Gf-lt ti the groull d V l'u ii- Aillo K Ow vah i r iilor lt t) thil y
s.^nijt' i ThIe singro. s tl hi-i arised th-iot, W'V ieildtity wita l. i i. liarvard lof Ar-
.'.,': i with I utii ilel, stotlled, I etc ri-ltidulti, who i l iiital al agre ratolet ltll
1t toniAi waai inlnitdiiatfly i'llt unilder at Thle Su1 oit1hO.
inartiil law. ielnitral F'ioter anrdstaff Mt. litrvard iiitalled t w 'ainnery
paraltddi throlliah lthl" treets, alil the at hi, lelace, anild for thie seaaul just
toIwn' w a ,quie.'til. 1Pre' aitioiis art, l 140tld ttrelervCrd by thi pitIroi- s one
ilt tr tihein to k'thl e l t, c ity qliet, hiit titi aiilanld tinH uf ti illatoes aitd aiIboil
if thI qtoliero atr. allowird to iotuiii li iit iie tilutird eatii of hoiuit peiars. ''The
ltrt tllit will sire~ry nccuir. capacity Of thi 1ilaiit is five hutldrned
TE...- ali per day, biut owing toi the scarcity
THE JACKSONVILLE CARNIVAL. of produce, thiss etergetiu worker coultl
Ss.eure- mntatesrial for on.ily the almolunt
This Attraction Will b4e one of the Fi. nmentiioned above. The products of the
nest the South Ever Saw. ianiwery have have been testlid, and are
flit Ja.,list is by no miei>ans eympiilte, hilt enoiuli anywhere in thie etoustry.,
hals already beenn ione to ulVe Iro the Mr. Hlarvard has not yet plaoed 'aniy
pu'bliW somei idea of what the visitors of hlis products upon thoe riarket owing
may lnd. to thil tact that lie hias beoepl clayed in
I Thl geieral lahi of tile marital will I atAJix )abels. The latils huve ar-
be the same is last year,.wlth agre-ater r.red, ihowetvr. and lie proposes to
variety of attracutiolis. Thie same hlitl push the giodsl in a few days.
31a55i ? iiditiolts will prevail, aind it 'l'he re-sill of this inatitulisti oaly
will tie a carnival fr-e from freaks, goes to. show what tlhe people of Flor.-
faklits alid intintrality. ida can do if they will only make si
In the STadtium there will lie daily effort. In variuis 4ii-erionasof hithe State
x*hira.inns of rtigh riding by thi tlhousans i of acres iof tiomotoie and
I'Uited Statl* cavalry; llreiwork ldi. other fruit and vegetables 4r allowed
1ilay at niight, lt!h larges-t and best ever to deiay on tihi h rolliund at a total loss,
se-in i tiht. South; I peciaily feati- of bleieasi e they have becumnt tou ripe to
dlriijg by inte't of il t- highis-t "alariedl shiia. \With a neat calhiitig tlaiilt,
- .-n and winotn ini Atirrica; a itlore whliich is not expensive, these products
ih4w 1,iring twoi iperfotrmantie ; baud could bIe ipresreved alid placed tin thie
,' tioi rt4 vlriee daily, t,-t-. niarket at a protlt.
Oin the "Ilke'" thtre will hli tweinty 31r., arvard state.- tliht hI iloes not
.r rn irrof6 their, Ohiite'st individual at-. iropoiils to krep hiii *ainul ry idlti niii
tra tiriis that atn lite scuitred. Thesie olthi'rirseao.i, lite rill plant agmood are.-
will iineluild- tIhe celetrated Str elts lo age ill tomatoes and nther vegetables
1:i, ia. mn Athe a .\ ti iii 1ir(tii. W' l tli ntIxt yeanr esiiuecially fior calining pir.
W'V-,.. ltiow, the Volano., thie iGalves. pos- for tie reaii.ii" that it will prfvi'.
'li Ftlood, li'g and I lniy Cirlitla, n of greia prithl to him..
.iapalt;.sfe \'Villa!e, Ilitld a ntiilllr r of i
! '-r e'i.rntivtil felt ii re. 4,ileli a, M3 t The Best Health Culture.
(i;'-, 'ltvr 'f witi.l, lai tirii), oi4r- NSo iloor Innis can aiffTird 1it bother
I ir (t'atio -Ilal. Ftrri l Wlivtel, eil. 'lit.i. withi anty of the I i.xpt-rinairitaIl inalth
attrattiolis at. ehint engage-sd from tih fadhe. lieh is too iusy mikilkitg a living
lealinig retorrit lii tIhe iuutinry, itnludl. for limiihlf antd family, and iviwhe lie it
ing tIe Worll's I.'Air. Lutia Park anid alllitedtd with a bad cotigh or cold, or
lirn. ii tld at C'niq -v I it ild, the ('iti. dslvelt|,his citarrli as thet direct result of
S"ato 'tRinival and 1in ill. a toll, he simply takes a ft-w dourt of
i'r alwald ti. \h-il, who is well Ir. los che's i ( i r anali "yrFlip, And it
kltown ihroughoiut tl e Sililti in his saon.-hinR ire srrious, nay ientiumpi.
i.r fftm lui't lras htt'.-ii o llgage-itd s t ire'.- tion. lro ctrates, hint i or any inlib't er of
t'r ,if aiusi.i, anid l'roftidslor Ab It. ill his fntily, tierainia Syriup can a ail
'he re.lit-d oii it o-flect a s'sarr. Trial
arriv". in Jacktinvillo on til !.h ilt lf tittlee. 2,5%. Iiig buti le, 745c. At W. M-.
rifi'tetibr Loi Asuiltle hie dutit0, ill 'lil Johisiionll.
l piiltition. 'he biandl of thirty tli<-ese
w'ill h selecte'd from th leatiilg co-lil. DEAD SOLDIER MAY LE SNYDER.
eort htails in the ni ted Statesia 'iThere Bga
, i, l .d antt i h. T. "rn thought thnt He fell from a Baagage
n iih, a laiid abelt ili the stirand Ct 0ch. "


btmie' entgagednit* as i naitagi-r of tte li< ltr- e ., \ ,
t :,iw, ianid will allib drivr a atti itintn ilL, : i ; r. ,I '.,';rn.
f profiAiitinal tr tltiing, jmiltiitg lind ,. .
tric.. tiirs-s tn t lisi i ncat riot i. Tt-,, hem I.' 'i ... i rin,.t
h.rJi !s. htiow ,v r. w ill iite is.1d tio a d i, I 1 1) ,'', i. livhii
y>'*-)(ty t itllt. hlt rp t l ow flatl.ur atitl l ot 10 i t''!t .'t of ti o flI :
will| not he *niteri.,l for lilany lfi tits bault .' i iO ii l Ii,,, ii it thl.
; l] -**)a" I .iL.'.;,; ri 3it. .if ; t 'h,. ,' t '' \v ;i santin1
o're L oss of $80,000. hd. , l it r l I' v ; .

t V. ." '* :r t .; I \ r ,*' B^ i ltt l l tn tui i t ' it' i' | ii t h


'" "." , .| The W izard of Al

Brli. .',,r tw.ti hs.irsl ht hI o "s Bitter
flin tn w,' ti..r co(tirol. Thoe i It's ia rolit that hl honliolr at
,1* wai abrtii a1 l i' '
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Beautiful Women,
" i i itinl chse'k., Rhisiet -i it ilh the ift
;i ,.w ot w alt- h l id a plrtre co ripls-IMI,
a-sie all wo en b-h naitiful.. T, ke a
S sinllh does,' of Ierbline' alftf schlt
meal It will 'tpr'etil cointtpatioun and
S help digest what yo a have eatslia, i1,W,
r; W1\m. M I' t, it1 01d>t. Midleathiai, ,
rexa ,*write M oy 31", .11. 1 Iav
Si'Ud ls'rbim.t in our fandily t-r -lght
1 e'r, and ouild it the ste me'ddicine
We ever ustd foit ceonstiatliiolr 1110
: r ald, alt ," ,ld '
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't t .I, ',! a iTi' f I l t' hln .A T'and











a ,i ght," itt'l atturn .ants wire It i y
1') i e' 'r t -tt fivt the i f t' itt with their






S k1%i''i Ji aifi' lwy rii i) h t a
r t'! iii w..- .'.ir ,'.i te- k he i al a %lo 't'ri t it

i 'is ll ,ly t y will 1 l. t :
i ASKED t RS BLOW A. 1i.

Had lattly itl th Knive.








N i r ,..,ed wi!th. twe;.rt $ t aiannt
t$."v Ti,',re were twtl afIn i baln thl
;i ('rack itt 'i ithr ,t I .h l hn eit, il artil
fin %tm I rill t Two of t! y wirond,
f,! :i;.uII w j't tl ir t IInfT an nnl i allel
atrili wh1, l. i alt>' f in!int W ro hui y
ulili.Ih> r,siiiil, tbo i fl-gh wilth their
h n t %'q jvforot Ih y r>looh fie wvtp.
rti,. l bioth w~lf lhadlly Bhf l itd It
1t llhltly Illih y will 11.

MASIKKED ROBBERY BLOW 8API.
OvrpH Sowrld mploy of Camberlans
Secure Large Bum.
lausd le, Ift,, 8'pt. 7.--1x 1tinihedl
mllbhhsr toilay vlbit 1 MeHig llh Vl.
ley Tradlnlng ronppany'! ear liamr at
sriltorton, and after rating 36 l gag.
andl cm-'cylicfl with bvtweon $70 a ndn
1190)i To'@-e we-rer two tAfvi, In the
offic, hlm, only l,* was b llrdlin c|.>n.
I 'lit' 1ll) i 1it lii tliim 'lU inr> iara ltl n
to ,rack lh !pi:otlier itf, hll oo it i alarr
Il Iho andff r(, .iinlill anll thy W%.vr(

H Sold a Pie Chambrlain'


I hav we i t rlitailn t tIlug
f.illedy for Inor. lhilti twenty years
atill it lias gp i-p ntir have ulil i pile of It anud can rieor.
Itue I it. higlh ty--,J f flllr l f it :,
iilstiiat, low. You will find tihi rem-
iedy a good frieid wh-e trouhied wih1i
a coigh r or old,. It alwai alftordi
tuick rllef aind ii ileta.aiiiat to.l tmih,
For ale by all tdlrilggits.
Dean of ULniv, '!ty of Berlin,
Now \t YorK, ,' ,r.. .. tlOfh.
prof ,sonr If o-n '. i. BI, i; nl .1 ii>'
T i se' l' rLl ,',: I'< ; riv.,il hi rr.
H o n me ,i tji r i\.n athtAol
Prifiu'snr Rl 'irt lll i \ r'hr\w v wa iall.
* f.b tllov t ta ''.e of1 hio nf iV 'r-,i y of
1' rlln frin i .f!* in .oW n l t il) f ri '9 va.
c n N-yN l' r. D ),.li t ,.wI t(ieof I he iiy l .
clriniv \, ht ih rii.ld ov id.v,'r nl in 4i'h

Pll(t riainil o if ttir %i.:# hoii l l>rw .
Ihtliif itoofevi't:. it pt. 27. Tioe ftli4,it
t> of Joi ltii I ilopi li. diversity' Halil.
I rt ,'M-. t avp int ter to 't. i(;r.
tuiti I hr. K. t I irt. N Ifo ,


What is Life.
in. thlu last antllysie nolijdy knowifi
Itot we doi kniw llthat it is on eitr otriat
law. Abt110e tiat' lJaw wyoPi 'slightly,
danu ret itiei. Irregoti lar Ivll a g(iatklli ltai
dt'erwittg-nii'nti of tlhu' organs. rt-itillinlt
in pilt si iiatlI, hleafdatllit or liver troi-
1l1.-, )Or Ki.il14 4 't .w Li.fe 'Pillslqult(-
Iv 'e-Bajiustm thlis, It's genitle, yet
horough. (Only L'6I at all druggists'.


I Liver Medicines

Apple Bitters
hiome. Read what the eole si ay
Prariii i sym 1sm- V1 A . I 1A 1


SiItn ii ArlHi: i li# .1 ,;t :" For twenty imonathi I have bioietl uniabli
t do hut litlet wtIrk (io iioibt ym arN Sware of thil fact), and iet*o
1BonthI of tfh'its time I' wa*as siarcely able to walk, spending at least .$,.w
ps naolitilh ffr tinediciie.;S lthe extiitAdinture f which al entiirey ,lost, hbut
a "l rowntiug man will atih at anythingg" so after bell persuad-d, to'
eatch a bottle of I.t Ai 1; ia. aia last rTeort,li which ( didj I am now Stlaing'
2i tio per iiotitah n s'extr labor., At the time I omtnll'ieeii *cd using It A,,
I.I was o dizoy tlr oullia'rely oe., andh to tlt a, purgative iseeimte
to make m ;natte r Worsiri, bIt It..A. i. put this 't l' aightlnod *auw I f*-la :
Wellj As I everdid, All who diAit tlhei wnadsrll .-ttet' (f It 1A. let
lftni try the arlick ite myaiaxptli. 'I. C, KI,
.: tt,*it 1' iidarel 44 ,4(. 1 ,
II your ttaiggistd t0isit'il hand l 11, 1; 1 write the compitny.
SITTER APPLE BITTERS CO., Httiesbotg, MiS.S,
.' SOD B W A. JOHNSN. ,


H.PFDUT.TON S
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,si l.lui,,nI (.'4)ttonl Gln. iin~i IuppU0$ for $ft^ii
'lA98N"1V rLLE, 1 FLQODA, U


Take The Atlantic Coast LinE

FOR ALL EARTHLY POINTS


vo'b31 "Ett 0

Rapid Transit and Unsurpased Wtio .


Timeo Tall. in off W t t .ept. I, 10.
)pArl For AINEBVILL Ap

i I p in igh pra ll Imi trd li -
i ally m. t. "oiptm
1 .4 -n -e- la, e.epburs ad Thelps, 4"d
l ilt lntermedist. ?Pola
,2 I d Pa!1. lytopat, J "eeggy i.
Daily North, slas said Wgiu
128 .1 an) t High lir nuigs, \Vawolro, avsannli, )sMa l. i
I)Dill Albany. Atlasta a oll t.oe yor*.t st* WiI




l HighBS pliu .


olpal railway n thie outirn OtiM acs sl
line, Hil vLio A4,laiBte Ba 4 Lue n s^ra O!
For 6mpletle nfornAtioi i0,, a .lto
Adlore : ... '
*RANK 0. BHYl"TON. Com'l.Ag1, W..
H1S W. tp a tor ., A 5Bnlld l l
H M.E.MIERS(O, Tif, $(gr.,
'llnington. ,. .




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Agents for Pabit llwalk liwlp
tilo. liihl i. Ib.r blhl. l lhi, 12, per doe. *1.80)
Jung's Olcnainnati Red hart ls.a
l',,r bhl', lo, 1 ina 9i perdoi. $1.
jt uv* 1 freight or empire( Ohtxg

on tlir ,llow^hGv Itq ; r :

S .tlWS .18606, Awey bvo' olotfgi1
tilO W*filaky tfti: s '.
;- '. 1. full 4114 . .; ;,. , '0 ^
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BLUM'S ono01AM, 10 Yearsi Old:
S4;fuH d afrts.. ... .* ***'*
4 i f ll quai t .:.r ... 1 0,.0 'VM"
l tEARLY TIMES, Pure' Sour Mish Whib y
llotlltd in P d IU'/er tlyervtnii )Nt Matpert.
S4 f(ll 11 qarts, del .0.'. 4



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pilt l. inw' tii Anortl s aiin .,,4I
alt ay', lt psfn 'pita e ,h 11 ha
ia .,s:glityl Weoad uoi *iatts, be


4:, 41 Votrb .w
,ha l b fth rot dteen a Ator l i ,,'
tilenti + ,Ap, +',st' OhftooWIl,m wb, p' h i ih t<
that t b *wletn. to .te.p (u'tthe' wasii,.
..4' dMisilap t aad h Itl',slb' f alit Isens, cen !inesl '' Mr AndiwTa
made a !io it aaroh for hsim burt' oul't
Pot find i :.. bl '
'Wlvawl A., Crow, hl brotherer, pead4.
d,44 tathlng partlt>, ll' found 1
track tf the young t 14n, .
-is. ki. "Y
W it U Aug.10. li10s "I want to smy
a wrd of pral 10r IBalltrd's H$,ow
iW ti. 0I sa0p aI on 1 al6 tO0onwina
IB~wg4dithd tori. In my kngp tosoanurda
Id ol shod 1 hat :1; would hyar
o day, w. o J. .
lwio ; irslap sl *t (who Is now in leas-
L"%)..") "s resioulrnnled a bottle
w Lisalieti I , la,0 l*le,
1Tnsratinh worl, Abowesse, with
lloal. pre l(4islean, of loo I
ofa otdelt, .They mlay. bow.
6w0l 'OOs'..Iro lowi at of uloln
Wiq, tltroad +d Itio site ekta,. or


I sUlh O W M, ;wvll auva lin QUorn. iet .
44asd-lk e forp s .o olbd W. l. *Ms. *
b.cie. i .. U t t vd.. o
l |' fav allt y dtinse," but It pirn P'olI r*latio= of hila Itut w.re present,
4 'g gT N4 akA4tht die* i t* mSuSl wore moat
St pl5ed1 t thiLmms.: aRd
Sl t ,i applaut a ifter his thlidl

ly, w it iM thot yi wtil la ow las
NiOW". e lA ,o 8llMa r i. O wM tpit.
1 i t I p.lp iil s bieiarl l., moneloutr'

i lil ist weO st wPt uagtierial-Al
'4 4, tho ,teol or drink itlily buy taku It
1at to im auIlaIpl al o.atur i antl Imva
S It ai~Ilyseo ril o or, ..'.t. rTl h .e ty un.-
A AAk tll j 'h ,:,.tr alt lotion. If tn d be.l
Sli,: of('Viffel hr.< who. Itf ti case. It
Speterl. i ltWbl not only to ine IIaIl
Ai | ^ t ig pren hwatl, autl to .lao ex* oeiail Iti
ble sIs hop l iiIndo, w of. n aotie of "tob.O
Ieton ol t tldulltettlon,":
a F:rful Odds Aiallpat Hlim.
:iO S lU Isdrlddea. :lone and dstlitute.
Wb, tbr.ef, was he oodltlon 'of an
4i14140. *1 odold by the name of J. J. Its.
1 IiVe0Illll, D.. For years he was
Sag. I d witl kldO.ny dleoa* ond neith.
p- e 5M t Ar o Qiton aot medlei* gave him iat.
Bli, s As lnlhb he tried Electri.c li-t.
t ton. pIt put him on his feet in shirt
"'er aa .nd now be tesiale: .' e I'mo
gthe rad 4tooomoplete Neovery." Hetm
$ht e.b for .ver. nlid kidney trwt
mi and ll formn of soonMah and
"Ml aonisn. .,Only e. .(tOar.
:* l dmAm.. C TYOft

lE tSIcH. AliUA ,UNTllII,,,


Al l .ant IM tnfei ea +',,



m 'g WAeYi qe- po



'o Verm u weret ed
A"to p th. til.ip tiVt
u ho lt W b.* p itr alp ip tl eel

V i g liht'a eoa e wlnts
tls mlaatterso o piealastog

'l ift t" e o totihed to 10i.
L i' d (jt id Ih a Cit. Obt
HM 661 p report s trout tia s
Kttage Itranc both V*erssost

| to U* )r'nese were h re.


6tt iganed Otids,
10# a8 e, etoateai r, head sand
: ta paobtd tie to dieo ps


Alalhua sounlty Is .ai),ix aOrie in
area, han 218n mnile railroad, i5t)
Oiles wagon road, M ptelofta"tw,
123 pubi sho ol.ooi27 pophoate
laIt"s 20 saw mill 1 T6,1M40 uolart
on-. firv newspaper,. and pro-
duoe corn. eotton, riO, sUgar,
oat. rye,. poloe n plteopples, o r.
snge. peace, pears, pullplm., ie.-
cans, and all kinids of vegutabliel,

Gi81nesille, the COunty Sea,,,
Has fourteet hurlchie, two public
shoolstlheFA Et Florida Hewinluary,
p ait ehouols, three news :appiar,
iltod StAtes land olltAe, the best
.water, fire alarm ka toni. lieitrW
i a 4d a lights, two lee factoriels,
l tolhreer wood fatelo-
1ieil Ottoo ui, Wtwo ntlso faOtOrii',
three rir tw foertililer manl-
falturinK ootl(aipalie, ne fiberl
inan*tupry,' oaie rottlfyhilg tur-
peltie plant, swo bailiks. and well
sto in d itore* to'aieitac 'i eve ry-
liiI o th ooaminreiri ril '.


Fruit And Truck Girwer
L.a. Bi)llH.V, Illtor apd I'op'r.
(4.. ,',otlA, FLA, '
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the frith d .~~, vl, s0as g ,s a*'
lA B i f. A l i trial vuiisonliption otf of
Md." .Jon. 'aoatih N willbe s rtn 1.e .lpt of 2.


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oa list of what you uffr for sale. LhA


ATTOtRNEY AT *LA'W,
.1i0 0LlI1'(, C ,,ANCER.Y.
prAINEV iILL i, Alrlihua Co., i .LA.
Oi liciii a ih n u nu ldl lo li




DR. J. H. ALDERMAN,
W E N T I 8"i.
|buCioeC itor eto S 't.orr Adaeraia
Over Luiton A Co's ulia : sneavlal
IS, B elo i sipottion O L'rown cilHridge work.

aR o0(t)IN U TIcUN'
DI.NTI ST
GUr4uat hl.tlar.ore (:>,',.tc tketita! uricery
Five ,eair' exrpeiter.ee tIn New Yaoi C;ti.
Crown.1Irltd e woDrk antd Fi. V 4! lsp.ilhtV'es
ALI, WuIt Llv'A rsNIrt'A a
<,Pl e l r li;,:t : i..\% Ex\'iui e

THE WEST END,
FINE WINES, LIlU'K A CICGAt3
JOHN ,MdENZlI.h ltru'ritt(,. .

Faust iwer. bottle and drought. Don't
tail to call n iiime when in Jackuuoville
DR. THAllSY ILEE: JAR\VIS.
q\Vlhl i Ibr- I t'hG.,H
DENTAL .I'RtEON.

R IY A INt; VLLI:, IKIA

CRIYSTA L. SALOON,
II I AlItAn I' ''I


.flhet Itmported amil IDollntiti Iinuomr
and Wities in the city.


SOUTHERi N RY.


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lBun .uK O r I .iI tr.at n 'a.tst!,i it i

Jl04i'. art! 7r .
4old li u5 I'O AtiIC).lJu fo r
OVER THIRTY TWO YEARSST
Without oa single failure lif,
wal ;$ a 6 lisnlt for a lifetii 'i u l
ar iceor .IIX tit


Priet bsb low as tioeasLi .tet W 1 9
i a car trr s a I O. 01 1
S rtrv. i, tv fr isi, WrA. ,
for vroec '4TODUAY


Ludden & Bates
Southern Msic House,
SAVANNAH, GA.
JOHN 0. MURPHY, Mgr,
EiTAhoI.HtIl i* '
GAITHER A BRYAN, State Agts,
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WOOr'S FAIR RATES


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tlteltnr limit l *l. 'lri5
Etturn lii.it t I days
tl t rtior lu il mi a tlaly


c('rrre-1'ohdilig low rates fr(m ot! .-r
roOidti. 1h'l 1.. N, is the t'vst in' toit
St. Lnuie.
For raI',,t', Iaihedulte- aaid f-I( ilie C'r,
reslrvatiouti aplily to
J. 1, FLEMINO. Fla. Pass. Agt.
a)8 W. Bay St..JalksonvJrla. Fit
,. ,.STONXE.. 1. A., l.oulivilf.


Illinois Central
RA IL'ROAD.
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WORLD'S FAIR ROUTE -ai""t" "".
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Best Line to St. Louis

Superb Dining Car Service
Sltopi.over. itnig stand retuirnilg, at
Atlanta. Knoxville, l.ouiville. .\Uhe-
villau and irPleipal North (Cartl Oin
IUitiu tari ntesortt.
see' Hlligh Hri(l, highestt aiir lbridgo Ii Othe words, fIaoui Illua
trai ls Iejilhn, Ixiritollu aild I.oui-
Iree' reclilin ug '.itair lCear IaId high
eclas lay ytiehes. T hr.oagh l'tllnhia
CIreiapting ear ,ls lackstinvillji toi +t. l.ouias
foldersi. ratess, etc., _le.tlrfillyy fir.
ilihed uipoIn applientioll t I. (., l,.o k.
laijtri l'at nasoai. r ta l, t s V%',t
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S s, I ,wire, Pipe, Pit


BogRht in Car Loti. 8old in ay
aUataitu.

00 11Oae ofO ur ti lAe

Baird Hardware Co.
%3AiNE8VIL'1 .EFLA.


S -II L lt ... \ I,, : -
THROUGH .SLEEPING CARS

Georgla, Florida and
Tennessee.
iP.l:'T!El (IF THE r,\ .Ml'"
Di XIE FLYER
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FRED D. MILLER,
TruvcllaaK 'lacuetlil r Airi'llt,
A. I itowM lsttilldintd., AT :.MitA I A.

Hic Areld's -Saloon and" Cafe
Jaeksrouavile., F l.rida

cle hants I.urtlcb fr ali I.to '.; id
Barthslmunay oltthelater al< Inln.
pitl t4 Wlrlegr HItt- r eoa loratitbl


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to, order. Pool iiars, B W:A4it
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A ARiII AN IEAf ITY.orldwa t ast Coast Ry.
MMt, TAL1.B1114, WHOI, IT IS AS&SIiT6D, CARD - Ef- t iuns
SN^ NAPOLEON LOCALTIME CARD No.56. In Effect June 4,1904.
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il farIai lat Ili- Jitit fi t ila lln tilnaviuhalt.i -
vil wNiil i1: hiill 'a6i'4 l itili l. tia fol.
I-AlV' ii il(1Sv rli I' l'> i 1t, f'rri' nu th r p t'l otf
Onle Of her owin l\, a. Min,. de t.' aliste-
lll
"M lit-r. T'Illl'alilt calm. e vi'it IlllTrris. I tla alot 111l1il1 It lipllea bl|I
lt< it' l 1 laV i tlr lli. l ..ita'a WalI111111 ww1ii I
I hi,n I libdall iilw i .v i t s t. li her like, a
fairy altii*>i ai 1iit 1t t i lil IIretl, her bltlu-
t1(iil ll: lia k uilIr 'olitil Ntiii|lry otilt her
li it-R al silil h al i iitMhg (of li'rge pi arlt .
h liwe 4ira al white illildt lria'iea i ltasil
gmilkifl 11t il(y w twi' t il ii t to( tl ihr .




&OtItel:lMl al fter it fruitlleslla aittemiplta
the ht4Ii tif aaall ati lla r-ilat' frhtitliN. thi'y
iaitlia.II MTarilia 11ulitrh Itia hiaaliaMia n 'Ulp-
Jiurriata tf'lli tie w\lbIi tra'nlt iI.tlvreae, to
ititt Itiilal ll .2 t lll atath a "l.ll ,h.Ila i el "ll l.a i~tl ti I a l h t l iit l l l aal a( i l.i l itlh t
It tallttiin fivaitr with Min ,. 'i'lliits a iln
ith t i llt 'l y l it i ir -ai at dL! d :il:!. tarilh liia i '.l h a,-dulhl (llt
I'twtt for hi rIs.lf." This ietoatiit aof
tl.he aiffa.r .ihin, frunt ny : ti!. aihr quarir.
ter \voulld tb'e 1t tre.ibl
A ei n ihlra;l'lbh t vettill \i*I 11n1ow. to
take pla -it t th!, I.ttxitillir, ;;tlil 'y,
the rteital!ui o ivtiv ti at iSiilner;al liw.i
purte .afli th, <- :a:it t ilattgn lf Itly. F('r
!hl t'ri4 t!iy itl 0,. Wi, 1 T'l i tilta .rio rt-
yanl of t.le pi>t,>ev was tansiiforiitAl
itjio a aOtt' of taijala,. ati a. ll tari ttn
lI lntrli, 4-t-,'iNlA I h lt- griim lo i* ilrati ie
hnili. Tlaa'a, liv' .e ilt Ii.ai!' r, witli It;titrr
at their hIe .tal, a lt It'r tlea stelve'a i4
Itlimli l a, ilthn, T arllir] tlr thi,' n lii-
iatlr of r firl'i;i laltaili'l. Waii t irtil>re,
wltl i m intu-rate Unrnngul.
Thotl w lilt l sl aitnle l addlIt IIrig i Ia !Y
brilliant Iyv hlit, itrail Itf ln1 "y a i
dltv, whb qlrewo;s,' i t i ,atl li r a ll e utrc astljith.
while their iet r T e'rt 3111411 alinurapiilrntl
adelnirtooii Ialrtlayd their liatereit in
iltlw youtiiei hlr. Ai iig thele Toup
plot tlia atitt liobt:ebii wte.re Nilttl4. 410
Stlttl mod M111 114a. lt loteuli,' ae ('iipolattn lhitiliilf niltcl
them.
l Atneti of sII lhe aoeeulily thle future
etllllerur ld iti :ltnirtlllidt ) lo hiapoIi>lii tot -e*
tI 1 ( llht l ilifaita" that of at get'liril oft
thu lltil Il alttl ll, .aailU W Iltl i lrhlrlt 'tll T
4I reptillh':ii iil i iplihlty, wI lh e lilm puil-
lon,. hli r:l y n mll i llt t-l i tIaiairt
aoSilis4l tot il.pre'at atiht ceutI a'tlltin. iof




af g itir -tr btnt cIatl liips alt i bi t 1. W Itl T \ot'ri t liad t thar ti d'l t at

lie .ti l ii la itiii It ets llri,. it+ ttia lalll it
of iti. tlihrT.i l ilt- 11 i i <' tli ,list
11 ItellitI il$ ri, r)1 tie first amr tal y .


Multi IN,$ i,. \.


THE FIRST NATONIAL' l


THIE ONLY CHARTERED RANK IN AIOUA. 'O
Capital ....... t.. I........ .5s0,ooo 00
turplu X and Undivlded Pruf ts. .. ,oOo W00

lly' ool aMl a pf
iie nmt.!'<(';T', ,tKr ii < jt *lifw b utmmii, ,', ,M , .i ,, i


B. $. MERCHANT a
a>. llate a .. uaad ''1 b an


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PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP 0014ECTION AT MIAUI. U God
OLOM 001tCO TIOM MADE AT SANIt W17I% fTA P i nth P. 0I. P C AT o On F
HAVANA. AND KY WEST Oe 0


T_ T0 Timo TbNm aow i U_ il whieh tr lnas mla b 1 eszi* 1,t en rriw Mlid ilalrt
CmpauWa totlart yOdl y d orIMs a or Osnr >o wmiqueera il *

*IPOffrateS IMAL o rOAa orbTaftwnstse-
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Tlt AL ST T JOIUINAL.

THE NATIONAL FINANCIAL
DAILY NEWSPAPER .

Reveals the ew.s andl Facts governing
Values.
Stulies underlying causes of Market
Movements.
Reviews, analyzes and critici:.s Railroad
amdi Industrial lreorts.
Has complete tables of Earning. of
Properties.
(tiotets active and inactive Stocks anid
Bonls.
Records the last sale of Bonds and the
yield on Investments at the price.
Answers, Without charge, 1inqfiirifs con.
cerning Investments.
Onu. who hally *4,.n.ill4 TFiIE WALL. NTIWFIE1
.l'ItHNAla I, lhtter (|iabilled I ot linveilt niIl
arely 1114ul rollrfitall) atnld to advhle albiot i ii "l
llllellb. | lall J1 114.'; lAhf l 4 itlttle
p11111 11h1111 Gall, pn e in1ot.
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SIt: it.I:*a! X>As AENMTV 4W WAI ALL VTIC1
$1i a YVear, tl ,. M4t0ni0.
INVESTORSREAD THE WALL STREET JOURNAL


An oth illlati n i tt tl at i tv lt b l '!r,
sion, tolM oasi'4tluaar. af theia t tl u hat 0 I

ah o11l 01I la1f bll.t aI ,,aa fre'It ., 't% |t1it i I O L |

Itttirtuaaa ci a i i l a 't iA", t aB lltl'. i iND I4 CO 1 INI S L
Wlitlh I Ilteit 11 i, pihlY.vliltiiati who i t we IMst
id' uls in great? iirlt', AN I
. 'Atit how 1c n1 ftrhlid. the r er'et.-
"Vi, I t iW ahlli 1 tle "ftiortingI.. It itPO t 1 &I OO

tie nitt trr(e 'tiapemy late evdm li
t tilta h~id*P.,t daik


JORDANE


JRANCE


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-- tl.vr io t.gh A>lih ta ntha ntO 0 lntls Am" 1
I ?li'" r.vytpte. .
Only i t4, .fra t wilortMd with Itt Own ratlt Ito lSt. Iti. TI o tw It, lw
Jantaiiaravttl ThIrou lhiie4 leri r ,' '.. ,aeo, ,,
i. i|.,.ertlr nf uiul Hftinln i prlo hi P |liP istak!Mi
t:a.ro..olj 44I al V n T ia .enmrob. Nso es1 Vo. A 0ptlw>| il4Wi i'g
of W.V.rU *' (i r a nml ndtexd a vanlatoiblJI igacin al lltt !!the^
.tl(. ,i h the S-1iiiohir countryy. lakUy Toasoay, :lt 5 ta2ssimgl
tNee w Ailti M liRiA ln i Ige ation.h A9 105o!m tw 6et i
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Gainesville & Gulf RlwayI o
THE FRUIT A VIGAIAISIAtO: R
OF PLORIDA
Ti me a ble ,In 9tiJoltw i l( 01s. ': :


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ialIn, earidn iesi haFrllia
BOUTHI BIDE $Q7AE. QAUSKV
If tghest market pries paid for Chlken, sIaI I; 4 4 iav

A Oomplte tok 0o Hay, Corn, Oul t
mud iKe. W h onla thl
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p 4-Ad41Th4 VU
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i' f' oL ,ri o ll, fit, Ganll io',t de, Y
tVh,:it m I. 0l Wir h t tr
Sslid 6*1a apmn #wa T4 1ede4 4 -e1' 11


"!1 :y : bath be a ra|ptratii, o dui'nol riliof 0o ther i. u el ont
I; 5, 1*4w$l4a of Jatlledt u hours 0at r ed !elilriI ealsme day.
eaut Itp4 th' ;*iB*rope Iloqa I Wh idrE thlted lih edi(' t ionl* try I
S'.Ta ... TheiH V ly' are>. to take ai4
ROl. Sol i4 *V Qab IdO pltNo IUIe 'no gninag oniotte unpleasant
Oo i$ny ni 4, .', ,,o Fret',e Fr' sVale'b all druggts.
Nf ,:r polt l :Wet s d n I 'h family of .', Wymi. auger
'dtprwiJ4$ l R:nt the (af:esvll( Plantlm and Coftfn
hi s pIlle eabbaP tlllThoU5otlage, +or i.rdflh' i street,
p p Jl io**4 aS. t l 1 n > o ihe Kirll hQoIe, youth li 'verslt

iOQae Latmbln of t l4Abrei ''. <.. elsu, a pIrogresulve i*oker
lS i Pt 0 ho1e from Hhlib ptln,. 4 mi 4d The un ain agreeblec all.
br* hs b Oa on amndd r. elson has Oe of thse mot mod.
... t" f 'f l ,, era: farthbs it vyr O lutiy. being
W. oiot, m Itsn er or the Alh 'U l IpPed with a up.ltodale Irrigating
l 41Mkii6 ll lP*whe hi will aemll in ,m es ( t auwees at raltsnK eounm.
afq :lfiw 'a ls e relievedl 're bry e .
i olBaor.se, rpriopletorof the re. M vTercy P0oarnell I0 d daughter,
Iw nHa- el. l,rrtld In thei oity trom
** ia, fnrmeril, a uprosperoIls Mo"o yesterday. Miss Pournell. who
is" w ..f 1. '0 . W. 53^ W ,
af al blite b o w I iln* on Itnd the lnevIlIe rad4ed and
y e pa through High SlAhool it t least hasM eoe
i 4ts P ute Pr te fr h mpurpoe ft e1 terilg that insti-
|foollo W the^
w ill e ri Ti8d to amn that Air, Puir.
i4 1 s e'p1 i 4 Itia fe w dlP 0 and
t Mf. FA! ). Wlret CR the fatly wll L oii d oubt make their
Syli# t tnemday tio pfrmauent um. here.
I!, Ib eis d wlh Zhl 0. IhaeMahis, shL briek mason
( rm4e poor 'in thel habsunted from Tacoma. where "ie
$ li, 5Ith lastoomp1iWd site ehmney and
vlam mepN t : h.*r brik work opn the handsome new
( M W. W. leei Spkeed three o l. hI. mberlaih i. h t-
a 0 H igh prIngs we I the Mahantat"e that, notwlithitndisig it
41irs0e o 5es T I otr hoam,.16o house in tihIs
r4 Sept# ilh ie from Palatka, seion IS mttr e nt in its sle fit*
1^ lS S e lil+1 '"g**'':'^', W~ tk. ellon ,a mcre moderdt In it R Ioo Iikil.
b, b nW lItmt'ilmtth tela. men more bonveilently arranged or
-tkl e if* Wds rvl. mpr.t oomforiabil" The owoer Is nat.
lit Nugsreh a4 family of aookty urlly pvod of his Bw h some
B ody lpr ofe eietthsd from, Memphi, *
W 0'ion lh#y *peit te pa fe w
aeb dielighbtlly. ThtraoutKing sle b
the tIde4e isl to I4. Louls and the A
W ' & Filrt at whieh thy were, well


M b'wh PD413 O mr, ande ya hit I to
tb l tselia stohelosM.of a11 child, the ,
9 4k dets of wwm osoutared resentily.
t904t. NMi vetret has many friends In athi t
W wl, and etion who will learn of hia 1
w *phd sad lftlone with lne relgret. du
MW W IM.rs. W. 0 9Hildon and children- i
AS Ititde*e yesterday for Klsimmnee, n
e itA 4 thsy will spend a asuple of i
i 8 l *a .the IUwta of the former* '
!i. ( Mr.i and Mrs. IM.dy. Trhe
da Io'te"d the weddn Kg of Mr,. Hil. U *
4 t1 e O 1* 1 4"Ps bother, which' will oeeUr at K( t 1*
*lNPll ff; t5Od5. 1 times. about th6 1th I 0t. y
,IUsW t Clap ltes tl White Spriing and
AM"sftIe a via -G. .& Itailway. ta ily
S. f tAM ip :1 dli 1y 8. Week uad, goi K t
Situlas and Sundays. returning
S a a I o Iday ,following, #. L. e _
tk .!i ,,ii, pl^lf]. 13~htllBM lleH6 a n.,;lB p. m. B ...... Sun i-
lday8 lieurlion onlyone dollar. Leave
W ik l 4isi1t Oh ville A a. m. Nine hour$ at Pricest (till -tW No use
rnlag stad back same, day. J. F.
p .aa t liuhned sa a .n .s. s. . ay ing so much about it--
t pnt. few Ttain D spoater .).. A. ,us of just a few items mentioned (I
saebene l a I ttos r. Atlisa ti Coast L ne, who hae. g eesi ylo an inx t "t
..ol..n. ., poltitO ( i the Gl ineiltle 'VOSYO U 1a l i X to th
Caaa . t ,01 e for the pst IS*M o weeks depart. Whole.
ad yesterday t for 'Akelaned, where he
Dlyaprod will peand a day or two with his famn. Mens bet ..i' Pattint
'on" A*"elrw i 5. A, soon as hereturn Ctslef Pei. (lt ind Viaci e-i h( s
a tof o8all ltwll M her KldhIls expecto Ru ge on his
ola aT Oom ual .aeati.n of ten Ay .... y I
Mk. wa tat Maur( Ari.forerly a clerk in An Strw at in th
i lI 110 sly sAteida ', tle OIa 6lv e ,mtomioe but for ithe
tta lty for past two. yn enmployedin the, rall. trt', sI|t.ial. l 'e
$sia ad Other Wei- way m lail eiee. madt a bierif visi to,
seaa Mted with itev- int this eiy yesterd.ay,r. Large Book Ltter Flie
iei l ss.; : exp pees Ar ow Is now inningg( wtweee Jaek. 1t i. 2;.
S ila lit wek sO. s. rlleoll 4 and ireenitile. which is onl.
1a4t', proprietor of the ideredt oIu of the test In the r$iwo 7 Bars ( tlUgOn l, (t. '.0o
l w lla f !e in from H'is friends h 1 w 0l d t e him .. . .
i spt n hvet tf that e TBaroO, l h e n r)e n ..t. B.,c i
anidM l"- : --. ...T. 'tlsea r l oa n
I ft d,, 000 n.lTno. r( it f. ap iid a l c .
It h 1 i Plisti .tou .,A IAl4 1Arih 8 iNi l c) ,r.' . .

p I e of pS~t 'Dhveny Sti. IAntO, and I.n fully ,IAr n'omg -,, : ltet o-
he U' Nea re T "xa. L ay L . '. gain1 ever t 1 #MIte** t are ladto seei A Taaltl. W'e, '
v, ,a, .l l t to w A 9f t h e t e x a s W
S ~p t lpa h'. .ed, Il i tel' tr We' iltl he eil all al y.
N d re le itda :h e Tavid b16,44Orr tiroaubl, removes .)'t o l I l. .
b. i*i l !,# c n S 4 1,m, M,* *, (.
oramthI1ae ce s an e h A . ..
S lo e* st im ad l t te kid the t'rowd *
ei:.ht puses and

IM0l*al bmbt Stl:a i r*4e" two uos' treat rT
w~ O A ,14W,10 1', 10"'tt.0:0 ,M"*_ Ii l I It n ri ;I k I", "WN. I A r.w" 1. .


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arrd4 4. thn i.y d wilt c*aIti M 'a
Rh. 'gthit s (1 af nd Mu, 3 .F 8'. i' r. P'
'dWie uttil t liit. rimasirnehs or h IIe
Kauffiman ifrvis, (rtdyrvthlltD; -' '
Atteii dirs t oR i'el Lt, lit e "-" ,
of adve'ti''senett if IPhlf.r ,,., Ne UiOF (IL
Yirkt lisoiko, whiBsh aIppoeM il t Al4 1114 O
avtuilloni ed tQeollon ii l hia toi ne. Tsin. Tis
firm is o.ff,,eri.,g >peI 'ltis In wv. N E% G0 J.)00 8
eral lliem tod.A thal t will likely turtprri *"
Intedilng limrohatl rit o ead: thie ad
d4 1 '*r whe> etheornt wu' oet." r.l.er .l i*(letllon le i ut l n,. t..t .I
a thti ele.vvr (lnl (I dis l Ito tl i d line. and teh r l |, .r .s
14"" erkentl a inddl'l o.


The handsome residence of \W. W.
(tolron, buuthv ItO(l r Avtse. t, l;,st
( alinesville, which 1 hasb le i l eoutrie
of erection fr tithe p!tt few wetke, has
ibesll oumpleted. and 't *oon as, Paint.
e H. I. Roth lnilltes iis work tie
building will be rdlly for iokepRIlney.
The house constalli ili rulu i andl
bath, i nmIlderiN i all its srrkiige-
snept., atkd soinethitn of which Mr.
Colso n may well feeLt iproitd.
J. M. Turner of la.ke Vi'pw, oie of
the most stlocesfuIl platere in the
Ooulty, Was Imoua those who, plad the
eouty capital t'a vil yesterday. Jlr.
Turner Is not only a good farmer, bitt
a suesesful cattle land Ihog rlsieras
well, as his smoke house Id iiow filled
with all abundancet (if tHiue, welLtcured
meats, suffiolent to last himself and
family until hogokilli.ig time comes
again. HIe also has a large number of
hinte attle, which, provide hin4 with
plentty of beef, inilk and butter.
Phillip Miller asid C, 11. iMallard of
the Miller A Mallard (rocery Com.
pany, wholesale, Jieksolkivillp. were
among the arrivals i thills eit yester.
day. Mr. Mallard departed on the
no in train for tle Soutlh, but1 r Mr ilivr
will remain here for a day or two look-
ing after his Interests. "While it is
true that I have elllbarkrd ill bulilless
it Jckso ill, ill, I ll thiei ily
home," he reinarked, "anad I shaIl l-
ways feel at home Iltouig 'llehe i'oile
with whom I lived and did liceshines jt
long." Mr. Miller espectt to sail troom
Jacke(oiville via ('lyde L.ine Satrdlay.
for a brief outing n .kew York.


Death at Newberry.
Uloom was spread over the little
oW1 of Newberr) ;uiltay. w1i401 it was
announced that Jebse SfMord Was dead.
[e .died oft iralysis, anid 'eiH, ttionly
ineteeu years old, tle he s wat a
reat l.hock to hIs liniay pf ink friends.
hit futnrl tifrvit s we're ably con.
ueted at Ebenrzmtr clvteoh by 1h4v.J.,
;. Iludge atl u'elock Monday after.-
oon. The reinmainis were laidl ts rest
i the pro',lne(rt oft orrowintg friends.
Board of Trade Meeting.
The (ativnville li(arl of Trade hfild
iInetinllag ill Ciom)Iiaice witlI tlhe ill
yesterday atfterroiot. a fair nlenibership
eill ipresvelt. A full lr|pott Iof the
?roetediing of the board will appear in
elnorrriw's isuit of Th e in.
For Sale.
Two *thule- blo ks within live r1in.
utt |hisur'.- walk to the oiure', cull.
taiiiiv Itwo bulldifnga. mnrilthly recital
2s., a1I six bul(tinigt Iott 5I I. IThe
n,,t .saltalilt property nounw oin tlhe
lark:i-t. A gratid oplpIlrti lilOtS lir ins.
'torr, Ai Ilppityto thin uillee lr tor lir-
iation if jouu lIltean lbuwlllt.I. dawlw

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MISS TEBEAU'S
BOARDING AND
DAY SCHOOL

(.AIVEs.l I:, I | I, Ii'liA


THIRTIETH YEAR
Opens September 19. 1904





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third person I have killed, and I have,
rioe Twdgy Nlormni. ttaongh."
Barrow Invited to Shoot.
AND ORRIBLY MANGLE r. Barrow having concluded his
S qestions, a member of the mob stated
-es of Shots From Guns that thenegro was about to be swung,
Sof Enraged Mob-The Wage iad asked Mr. Barrow if he wanted
n is Death, and Bradley Got the first erack"at him, to which no
wmi -.-..- _. repily was mad. A dozen strong men
*rrt m iv ri naipi tlt~


Aallt ecouna of the capture si'd
alp-o Wash BradI.Y, the negro
o utureatl : foot Mrs. 3_. B. Barrow
gl-er hue is Letvyile Friday night.
"$g heaM mt*e thh-he the lady ieda
Basl&qa hJare been furnishece
e S by Mr. toner Love, of the
S 6 Love, Sim.th- & Co.. naval'
fagpertors at Le il-We who wat
seirtbnhunting the negro down
amitwholarrtved in this iy Tuesday

Euy hour since -the crime the;
woodw sa-e been lull of indignant citi-
es loobitag for the enlprit, bust he
had bee tsa WBeBfrl -at eluding them.
Ona Monaday evening as sundown Brad-
y we s toh:e home of Walter How-
-aa, & ag o witt.in a mile of Levy.o
igwand tehed for something to eat.
I a*att he had shot Ms Bar-
ew sadlpt gave j-his reason that the
lyk pslt he diogs on him because
^be wsp ( fig through her yard.
aiowd was well informed however
on& waa*wre of the real situation of
shcufc'^ .'.r';. ..


MZen1 Wtooki eVW rne, au &h n n Ueco L
victim was dangling in the air, his
body making all manner of contor-
siont. AlIont instantly there was a
simultaneous volley from a score of
shot guns and pistols at the tbody, wittK
she result, peculiarly enough, that
-oth aims were completely severed
From the blidy from the contents of
guns loaded with buck shot.
Negro Died Game.
The negro died game and without a
flinch. He asked for no mercy and
was given none. Just prior to the ex-
eeation,which occurred about 4 o'clock,
Sheriff Walker arrived upon the scene
and begged the mob to deliver the pris-
oner into his keeping, but this was of
no avail
An Orderly Crowd.
At dawn the party dispersed, leaving
the prisoner's limpleas form dangling
in the air. Those who participated
were among the best people of Levy
county, who wanted revenge for one of
the moss& hideous crimes known in the
history of that section, and they got it
in a well-planned and orderly manner.
With the exception of two instances


Cuaptared b groes. there was no rashness.
SBradley wa given supper, and he Negro Preacher Whipped.
a. with the sht gun arose his lap- J-us before the lynching the mob
:.- ig hedooorse of the meal e bar visited the still)and paid their respects.
i H tor a exmge beto 'Parson Pitts," a negro preacher
t** :hISot and a pistol. o been giving considerable
speet I a going o have trouble trouble among the negroes in that
gSASag ea of hisii serap. he section, by laying twenty-five lashes
is an Ia oQd gun, while it it a with a buggy trace. He was ordered
S- too: -o b g and too tolteve the conty at once, and it is
S the way." Howard replied to be preumed that he did, as he has
abS he ad o pistol, bu that his not since been seen.
e g, who would be home Mr. Love and Mr. Lastinger, both of
a ues, ad a ne pistol whom conduct naval stores plants at
SheI O M ure he e aiMdtrade, Lo ille, exerted every effort to ap-
sa-awased-a ^ shosZii. With thi prehend the criminal, furnishing
eg t- for he quads of men from their respective
w asu to- get rid, of the gpn camps and participating in the hunt
P a rowad me, l themselves. They feel rewarded.
the pqmpoestioa for an exchange was
l. Howadt gave his brother a sig- History of the Crime.
e dt aoit and as soon as the ex- In this connection it might be well
a -Es was ade George Howard lev. to reproduce a brief history of this
nd she -gas -ad said: "Consider hideous crime, which occurred at the
yoA elf nder arrest."- Bradley did home of Mr. Barrow near Levyville
Snt attemptt t -o teA the pistol bua Friday evening about sundown. Miss
Mar to tn when be was overpow- Cora. the nineteen-year-old daughter
d by the two Howard negroes, who of Mr. Barrow, was in the kitchen
U hands together and anarched preparing supper, when she was start-
i"tolevyyO1e,. where he was deliv- led by the appearance of Bradley at
eaed to the citizes, and within an hour the kitchen window. She asked him
aisba from seveaty-flve to one hun what he wanted, when he replied,
d ed WAdntfoft the section gathered. Where is Mr. Barrow?" The young
hisumoa wasa eeed untl it num- lady stated that he was in the field.
be ss iderably more than a hun- He then asked her regarding the
ie, ama-g whom- weresume of the whereabouts of her brother, when she
beat people of Levy ounty-; the bus- innocently replied that le was cow-
ao the victim being among the hunting. Upon this information Brad-
eiB r ) ley entered the kitchen, when the girl
Pepation fo Lyhing. screamed. This attracted the atten-
The-ge e a i r to a Ilare stion of the mother, who rushed into
bi-k r- hoaularge,-the kitchen with her baby in her arms,
"x %ea the lawylie s8hoo hione only to umeet the contents of a shot.
e -s-pe llndhisg ~gun, the same taking effect in her arm
w-eek s .....o.i' tfor lynching
__band eeas r lynchin meand breast. With wonderful coolness
wesa-gft-i-a" this time. ..
S perfeetly Land ollect heyou lady the attempted toeject
:- .:-- _him, but finding his strengthfar supe-
*.. r i bor she fled from the room, when
--W~sk, m,. remarked Mr. Br- o.,_ ..- ....


w, hoasband of the deceased. "I
wat stask his maniunne -uestions."
: emstood tilenty by while Mr.
Reeseow-amtioned the negro.
--"Afte ar U hve --mi tted this
s o des.a _*-fo-:rwhch-' yoU are soon
eam goingsos ask you
seep queB ~ and I want you to tell
ate abs ureth l When you left my
eta teodieatios. are sthat ou went
-orM-thward. h~i you ta:m back
fYo ur-souaw eand s om this way"
".e.e-sel wan-ed to goto the still
Sdl at amy way. Thean 1 thought I
would wait until night and go by yourw

Wy 41 ': y os want to go by my


Sel wanwseto so by your ho e
a to the o ti beloe they did."
Whe_--di~no e x pes to do at my

"-t- n~btexpe- do ay thing at
yer be se, oasliet the sttil I wanted
so ,e h Fiertl whom I knew
vweliarsslaisg ot eaa"
hma oinestWaWa-ln. Parson Pitt.

SwtI t ime Itu:j1 lse?"
Vmibas~ii maket


OrnuuTa uv)w tCtWet aim or fis gun at
her, but without effect. Mr. Barrow
was attracted by the gun shots and
came immediately to his home, but
upon his arrival the negra had made
hirs escape. _

Start a :er Sarti.
Fortune in (INSENG. GOLDEN SEALand
SxA a Uvatuable medical plants. Easily
lrow dta har tay iobout~ thUeV. S. Always
Srea dy market sad demand ncreasia. Roo
in your garden to grow tbouwands of dollars
worth. We sell roos and seed. lant. in fall.
Bookles an&d uagane teldnar all about it 4c.


OFF TO THE FAIR.

oy Party Made IH Departure for St.
Louis Monday.
A jolly party competing Mr.and
Mrs. T. W. Shands and son, James,
Morgan Feunell and Misses Myrtle and
Alma Fennell, Mis Price of Lake City,
who has been visiting the Fennells,
and Mi- Annie DaCosta, departed
Monday via the Seaboard Air Line for
St. Louis and propose so spend the
next few weeks in seeing the sights of
the WoriWs far
FrmTPJaSksonyille the party will pro-
seed dirty to se Wohrd's Fair City,
iat poa retar expect to make stop-.
oresat &zhevMle, ). 0., and other
poiaet. Frienda wish them a plemant


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the machine easy of capture he took it
away and returned it to the person
from whom he had originally borrowed
it. Herbert Pinkoson. brother of the
marshal, discovered this and forth-
wi th swore out a warrant for the arrest
-of the reverend colored individual for
illegiiy obtaining money.
Montgomery was taken before Jus-
tices Colman, but inasmuch as Marshal
Pinkoson is at present absent from the
city and is not expected to return be-
fore :October 1, the hearing was post-
poned until that date, and the prisoner
was .elesed upon a bond of $50, which
was given by the party who caused
his arrest.
Montgomery states that he feels con-
fident he can "square things"' upon
Mr. Pinkoson's return.
Will Go to Savannah.
Their friends of Mrs. C. V. Kauffman
and family will learn with equal sur-
I prise and regret that they expect in a
Short time to make their departure for
Savannah, where they will make their
future home.
For nearly three years Mrs. Kauff-
man has conducted the Kauffman
House, aL up-to-date resort, during
Which time, by the excellent service
and clever manner in which she enter-
tained| her guests, she has enjoyed a
most profitable career. It is through
no lack of patronage that the move will
be made, but the lady's mother is now
a resident of Saranuah, and it is only
through a desire to be near her. The
relinquishing of her boarding house
here will be a source of universal regret
among the small- army of regular
guests, but all will wish her happiness
and sucesse in her new home.

$100 Hteward, $100.
The readers of this paper will be
pleaded to learn that there is at least
one dreaded disease that science has
been ab e to cure in all its stages, and
that is 1 atarrh. HalPs Catarrh Care


SPRING 1D.E, Baltimowre R} 15 years .i, 4 full quarI 'p6; 1 f2all
Family Cabinet. Maryland lRye, 12 years old, 4 fail quarts l5; 1i falloqa&a
BRUTU.% Maryland Rye. 14 y ear old. 4 fall quarts 41; IU fall quMarts.
XXXX .Momes.ahela Ry-, 7 year.- ld. 4 fall quarts .A.2MO; 1. fall qedk

Coupons with every pur-,'hait- t: our semi-monthly free distribute
guarantee satisfaction. or refund yuur money. Reference,: Nastionall


is the otly positive cure known to the
medical fraternity. Catarrh being a
constitutional disease, requires a eon-
stitutioaal treatment. Hall's Catarrh
Cure is taken internally, acting direct.
ly upon the blood and mucous surfaces
of the disease. and giving the patient FOr
strength by building up the constitu-
tion and assisting nature in doing its
work. The proprietors have so much Who cnnot
faith i its -curative powers that it w en
they offhir one hundred dollars for any
cae that it fails to cure. Send for list clothes we n
of testimonials. f. ft
Address F. J. CHEYSy e; Co., To. ialty of fitti
ledo. 0. home: WeI
Sold by all druggists. ~. home We
Take Hall's Family Pills for consti- nest makes
pation.
Personal Items From Windsor. Hats, Furni
Windsor, Sept. 5.--Windsor was vis-
ited by a nice shower Sunday. ter what 3
E. D. Phifer was the guest of quite im o
a number of relatives Sunday.
Miss Maggie Pope of Fort White has : e
been visiting her uncle, C. R. Spivey, W e Can
fora few-days. _
Mrs. Rosa Sparkman of Fort White
has been visiting friends. Mr. and Mrs. SOLE AG,
J. A. Rosborough, a few days.
Dr. J. U Kelley paid Windsor a visit MANHATTA
Friday and Saturday. He says he is
going to start up the saw mill at Prai- STETSO0
rie Creek in a few days.
G. A. Bles, our leading merchant, CARARITT
is off on a business trip for a few days. -
Mrs. M.E. Phifer has returned from
High Spriags where she-has been vi. D
iting her spn, S. B. Paifer. -
If the Baby is Cutting Teeth V H
Be sure nd use that old and weill-
tried remedy, Mrs. Winslow's Sooth-
ing Sytrup, for children teething. It
these th child Soft e the g s, --
allayl pan, ures wind colic ad i ....
. as, ed for dan.rrhy Tw-o-. Tt^ -
80


PRING STOCK ISRE
U-


Men

C Ime to the
il netd (of
aake a sp-c-
4g you at your
carry the fi-
of Clothing,
ishings a n d
and no mat-
yourn- Rize is.
r sh3rt,

Fit You.


ENTS FOR

RN SHIRTS,

N HATS,

OVERALLS.


For Ladiesi

who do not find it 0
venient to come to t_4
city, we make buying a
easy task by sending
your homes two or th
styles of garments toW
lect from. We carry
SHIRT WAISTS.
SKIRTS, .
LEADING ORS .'i
FURNISHINGS-
AND UNMNDERWAl-


In Our Boys' D-ep
can be had -evw-"..
ready-to-wear for
except shoes.


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AWNED BORROWED PROPERTY.
And For That Reason Rev. Jas. Mont-
gomery Got lnto Trouble.
SBecause he pawned a hay rake which
.ih is alleged was not his own, Rev.
James MongomerS, a well-known col-
ored man ofthis towa. got himself
i to trouble Monday, having been
arrested bylDeputy Sheriff Chrrve* up-
on a warrant sworn out against him by
Herbert Pinkoson.
Several days ago Montgomery ap-
proached Marshal Chas. Pinkoson and
explained to him his embarrassed
financial condition. He stated that if
Mr. Pinkoson would loan him a couple
of fire or a ten for a few dais. until
thi condition could be relieved, he
wmia ld give him in keeping as security a
fin hay rake. He brought the rake
into evidence and Marshal Pinkoson
let-him have the money.
liut the story did not end here. This
wal thie termination of only the first
action a drama which will follow and
possibly become more interesting with
each chapter. It was on Saturday, it.
is alleged, that Montgomery stealthily
crept up to the Pinkoson barn where he
knekr the rake was stored, and finding


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~ae ited of hag Why Wizard Oil stands. Celebration of Labor Day a Great
S- iaiqonr.e as the best pa Success That Town.
f- 'r r. em edy Imown. '_ _
-g TRIAl. WAS INTERESTING i it penetrate the pores of LARGE CROWD WAS PRESENT
THS T k ; . Viii: Tkin.
It reached the seat of the
S.. e T td trouble. Seven Hundred Enjoyed the Hospital-
-of f -W m M AusinX It cr the l, ity of HIgh Springs People at the
Ty Ilamportast-Evidence Was Too Barbecue-Speechesby Hon. N. B.
gmk w t. -- IosBroward and Others.
There was a lively session of the The Labor Day celebration and bar-
IMor's o Tuesday mornihtl beueat High Springs Monday was a
well as a itenteresting and amuj- : The many testimonials howling sueee if the people of
So ~ Ta- te eIen whi 1 received from all parts Gineville are to judge from the re-
the ports of those who were there-end
-^ e ,~t o f the country sent by here were se were tevera.
Shari 0 -of selling 9 liqur thousands of' grateful The program, comprising athletic
e 1 a. Sr-nage -W say, there, people who have been exercises and speaking, was carried
a t as large crowd psenat relieved from suffering through without a hitch, and when
Ssio r o i .the ut and cured of painful dinner was announced about seven
S....."but ten hundred people gathered about thee
S M Afr U* k e ailments by the useo festive board and enjoyed the hotpi-
every element of Gaineille' popa HamliS izard OiL talities of the people of High Springs.
-I The medicine whose stand- It was a regular old-fashioned barbe-
As pu-nlished in The Sun Tuesday ,, ard merit.p cue, and was thoroughly enjoyed by
e mesO, on focday last Ofteer Ti. e o tue those fortunate enough to be present.
IlsweB-iarste"_Brown and played Ov e 6enae. This barbeue'was conducted under
him In prison,b.t it was little trouble ~St."o Wrapper the personal supervision of Joseph
"r him totel-re bond, and was re- Ia awn iu @Bte. Pic- 50oc. Shannon, more familiarly known as
leased within atshrt time. Hailins Cough Balsam cures '"Uncle Joe," who enjo s the r.ptet-
T- tie.a cold promptly and prevents tion of being one of the fines in the
St important witpneumo a. State when itcom.. to prepring bar
ie-:_ p -an ,mot nimor^t antwitat -H-tamlins Blood and Liver Pills. bued meats. Four wbeeve, eii.t
S.f oseac .sioff was W. Gote, whom cure constipation, headache,
it l- ben alleged prihased apiat biliousness, heartburn, torpid mutton and six kidl were required to
e i rn whiskey in -tarble's gm ud liver, etc. Pce 25c. feed the hungry erovid.
a shop Saturday afternoon for a Among the speakers was Hon. -a-
-- I tr i- his employ, and hadpaid the .poleon B. Broward. Democratic no: i-
l-tthrefor--eente. that ,, ,diee for governor. Several other rout-
In isae, Mr.- Gore-id that on fourteen years, and that he had always ing addresses were made ad enthu-i-
Weda edaAfteroon he returnedfrom founhim strictly honest and temper- taly received.
s e hang been on the ex e, with~~ the exeetion of an o u alon. He brought two gallon of al glass of teer or wine. "When Mr. Monday night by a dance at the audi-
t whiskey with him, in eight bot- Gore who has been occupying quarters *trium, and everyone who attended
sirl, and took i to Mr. Marble's shop, in my -hop. came in from JacksonTille the festities have no regre to make.
where he, Mr. MarbleW and oter Wednesday he discovered a partially HAS ACCEPTED A CALL "
tgid fi began tto imbibe. On Friday filled bottle of whiskey on a table," ,
eight a: a ite hour the liquor had continued witness. "He asked me Rev. Joseph Sherrouse Will Fill Pulpit
been consu1med, and on Saturday where I cot it. and I told him. Jack- of Second Advent Church.
morig. hing thdarkbrown taste rvie. I al had a fll quart bottle The numerous friends and admirers
h went to Marble and asked him if he in an old trunk, or tool chest, which e e rouse o ackuon.
had any whiskey, to which Mr. Marble had never been opened. Mr. Gore then f Re. Joseph Sherrouse of Jakson-
rplied that he did-, but that it was not produced eight quarts which he had ile, regardless of denomination, will
ii Aiwan, and lhehad not the money to brought, and asked w.e to open it, be pleased at the information that he
"p- t in the box" for any of it Wit- which I did. He then put the balance has accepted the call extended to him
Iess stated that at that time he was, iltothis trunk and told me to help a couple of weeks ago by the eongresa-
tmsaelf financially -embarrassed and myself whenever I wanted it. The ,i- tion of the Second Advent Chureh,
left the plae, but later, in the after- quor i the chest. a. long ag it laste and ill assume his dies on the first
noon, he retgned to Marble's -hopl -as his own, and no one to my knowl- Sunday in October.o
With the money. He found Mr. Mar- edge is guilty of seling it." The oMrSherrouse was oc-
out, bus rown was the sho, After the- hearing of further evi- casioned by the resignation of lev. I.
and he handed him (Brown) 75 eents, dence of minor importance the defend- King. for the past year theeflicient
saying: ^Here is some money for Mr. ant was discharged, as the court de- and beloved pastor of the church here,
Marble; tell him I got a package out eided there waf no evidence against of the ill health of hi wile upon
of hi- trank," to which witness stated him. acuut of the ill health of hig wile
SBrown reptietd, "All right." Just as At a heuiness meeting of the church it
he was about to leae thle place Mar- Edwin Souther's Company. Iwas decided toextend the call to Mr.
Sble came in the door, but he passed on Edwin Souther.. the actor who owns Sherrouse. which resulted in his te-
S tand kBewnothiag more ntil ol a beautiful and profitable place rear eeptance of the same.
fleer Oromiwel approached him anc arke. has agaii embark int, h Mr. .herrouse, while a resident off J
toidini he must tellwhere h got the theatrical profession, and 11ate-d JaIeksonvil'e. is well known in this eity I
whiikey or stand the consequenees. through the city .'unday with a corn- and section. He is by trade a linmo-
Witness stated further that he did uo tatnl of thirteen irst-ela.. arti-st for type mnchinist and operator, and was
want the whiskey for himself but for igh" Spring.. where they have adver- employed here for several wee-ks by
a -paiter by the name of Johnso who tised- for a week's stand in the new the Hill Printing Company, having in-I
had proisedllid if he would get the i. opera hon-. stalled the machine which that comrn-
quor togo to work for him on Monday. While Mr. South-er- is not compelled pany at one time used. He has held a
In tthe meantime Johnson became o to resort to the stage, he is so deeply lucrative position as a machinist with
Senthised over the contents of the infatuated with it that. to use his own The Times-Unicn for several years, but
b bottle that he was locked up in the- expression, he just "can't keep his fin- recently gave up the position because
i tyjail poitn a charge of drunkenness. ger out of the pie." He enjoys an ex- he felt that it impaired his health.
"b" l eelient reput-atin throughout the H is an excellent speaker, an earnest
- C rAd ed country, ring p layed leading pat worker, and will no doubt render val-
.. country having hyed leading parts unable service to his church here.


Att i sgteo the eeings the i- some of the not famous plays ever The Sun, with other good friends.
o adjourned until 11 'clock, in or- staged. The aggregation over which will welcome Mr. Sherrouse with all
de I that they could secure the ser- he is at present in command are what cordiality, and trusts he will be pleased.
- let of Attorney W. S. Broome. i, termed in the profession "reper- -=Fri- Oids st Him
-When the nrt convendl at the ap- j toires," buat each is an artist in his or eaAa dds
o inttd hour the defendant was sworn her particular line. Bedridden, alone and destitute.
nd 5 testiSed that he positively knew Mr. Southers is quite a successful Such, in brief, was the condition of an
nothing about the affair; was sick farmer, and when at home takes great old soldier by the name of J. J. Ha-
nearly all of 8aturday, and was laying delight n this vocation. He is also vens, Versailles, For years he was
aeat in the back of the shop. H e" trouled with kidney disease and neith-
did oberve Gore come in and er doctors nor medicines gave him re-
nd go out ing the past season some berries which lief At length he tried Electric Bit-
-of the pihse everattimes, as he was were very choice, running twenty- ters. It put him on his feet in short
Swontto do regularly, but paid no par- three to the quart. order and now he testifies: "*'motn
tieulahrttention to him, inasmuh as ------ the road to complete recovery." Best
i was a common eeurrence. Accident at Kelley's Mill. on earth for liver, and kidney tron-
Did Go bles and all forwhs of stomach and-
o e re give you any money?" Joseph Forsyth, white lad fourteen bowel complaints. Only 50e. Guar-
"aor^ aped y.,1 years of age, was the victim of a pain- anteed by all druggists.
fN Sir, not a penny. ffal though not necessarily fatal acci- , _- "_ _
i"d yOU see Gore get a -package dent at Kelley's mill, near Fairbanks. "
o ayinthop?" Tuesday morning. Some person was T* T.
o & C I was laying down and throwing slabs from a platform. when
muld not aive seen him ithe did one of the pieces struck the lad on the
"Di dyou kniow whether there was head, inflicting an ugly gash about I1I
l rtl rogts eliquor-from this eity, when Dr. Lartigue sewed up nd a k n g vi
o We .nea .y To the and dressedthe wound. -
o:mes:y themi wVer eight The little fellow bore up miaftolly
in -httlesgto du under ted it did become FULL LI E OF
a : ne-eesarry tohimechloroform. Ab
lP it'..... ;..-:.;*. -:Bu.. ...-. aEaW OD 8.
)hIIIe* wa the-ant witness. IHas world-wide fame for marvelous--
ala.t USt~oU y eures. It surpasses any other salve, Perseml attenteM to anl matter. Ia
gi s1m B... OWo. o lotion, ointment or balm for euts, t&b I ie. a dl ai, telgraph orders
wa* et hebe1 W earns, burns, boils, sores, felons, ul ttit t*
ne {rtett r, salt. rheum, fever sores, _a e "ee F!
to~ f-04ils. Cre guarman teed. Only "


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agents for Pabst Eilwukw ler.
Export, per bbl, I doz, $11; per doz, $1.25
Blue Ribbon. per bil. 10 doz. #12; per doz, 1 5o1
Jug's Cincinnati Red Heart Doer.
Per tbl. ltWdoz.x .9.t perdaz. $1.


We
on the.


pay freight or express charg es
following liqu )s:
LEWIS 1866, Away Above Everything in
Sthe Whisky Line:
4 full quarts ........ 5 f
12 full q(larts ........12 75
BLUM'S MONOGRAM, 10 Years Old:
4 fat! quarts ........ 4 st
12 fall quarts ...... 1*2 (
EARLY TIMES, Pure Sour Mash Whisky:
1Bo1ledl in Bod umilder otermemu pervtt LitSl.
4 full quarts, del .... 4 00,
t; full quarts ......... 54
S 12 full quarts ......10 75
W BLUM'S SYLVAN GLEN, 7
Years Old:
4 full quarts. 3 2(
ti fullquarts. 450
112 fall quarts. 4 00


SHEMiDAN CLUB:
4 ifll quarts
# full quarts
12 full quarts


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Liquor line
uinm and
1.5f to


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400
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everything in the
Whiskies, Gins,
Wines from
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MOOAAUC TICKZM

JALON B. PAKER
of XNew rYork. .
-:-- "- ...for Vice-,President. -
E- - RY G. DAVIS
-- of West VkgTinia.

E S .A P. TALIAFERRO.
Member Congtres. 2nd District,
FRANK CLARK.
i -dt'- -- al Electors,
:" ....-. i- ]H. P. BAILEY.-
.- A. JEN XNGS
-L U. B. KOONCE.
A. B. N -EWTOX
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bsetury of State,
CL:AY CRAWFORD.
AsE-General.
WoLLIAM H. EL L 1S,
Comptrcoier,
B ^'` coA.m.. C. CROO.
N? ;. -- Sta+: te Treaisurer. :
WILINAM V XKOTT.

W,-M. HOT.LLOWA.
CA- ns pelmoner ot Agriaulture,
B. E. MeLIN.
Rairoad Comminnssioner,
JOHN L. MORGAN.
l s-e S4upreme Court. Six Tears,
_FENWICK TAYLOR.I
Justices Supreme Court,
ROBERT 8. COCKRELL.
STHOMAS S. SHACKLEFORD,
3. B. WHrITFIELID.
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Representatives,
S. A. ROSBORO(UGH,
0 -. LTILLMAN.
.County.- Juf e,
G. Mason.

"* L W O : FEXYELL
SClerk Creilt Court
-- H. WIEY'GFS.
Tax xA.sessor,
L:._.-W- W.-W. COLSON.

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Sbes boy the writer wremamberso
thtoateiaos ald as low a Afty cents
petba 41h a in the discussion of
6is fa-t by older beads the question
wea lseudas so whether theft wasana
money in growing onions at that rice.
In Oeurpresely weureawkedthat they
were-mighty eheap; pon ahich one
of the older ead- sagely said that1
anything you had to buy was dear at.
Way prcee. This remark so forcibly
impresed aus that it has clang to us


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though all these long years, and we and we trust that, as in the past, un- defacations, ete. This is the first ex--
hae- often thought, the more and der our efficient State health officer, posure of a public character that hasi
more we have considered esoonomic Dr. Porter, we may, by the proper been made of Wall Street methods,
question,that in one ense at least it precaEtiona, be spared an epidemic of but to men who enjoy speculating it
is true; and as our subject is one to this disease in Florida. should be an eye-opener.
which we propose to direct attention .... ~
it i- on to which this axiom applies. The Post Office Departmnt has A important part of Secretary Taft's
We propose to discuss it along thistaken a new departure. Besides ex- Phil4pine exhibit at St. Louis is in re-,
line. The raising of hogs is an indus- eluding from the mails lottery tickets -volt. Twenty-five of the little brown
try in Florida solely with which the and all letters and circulars by which youth who have been dragooned into;
famer has to deal, and we propose to fraud obviously intended, its inten- attending the "modelaschool" hare re-
show that all the hog meat he mroay buy tion is announced to issue fraud orders fused to attend the classes any longer.
is lear at any price-for the reason against all remedies that are shown by The self-respect of the boys and girls,
that in most ases the hog, to a great analysis made by government ehem- has been wounded and their feelings
exteat, raises itself, in that so little t to contain harmtfl ingredients or outraged by the aUaion to them ini
attention is required of his owner and to be composed of ingredient hat the overnment folder as "little sav-
so little provenderto t bring it to a e no medical value in the cor-ge" This advertisement has been
marketable condition thatwe are fully. plaints for which they are sold. Pot- distributed all over the country. How
aorne out in oar conviction, ard say master-General Payne has taken a the secretary wiil cope with the insub-
tha any faerwho baon pay colossal contract. He has announced nation remains to be seen.
dear forit at any price. his upposition to a parcels post which
The -average -cot to produce .i1) ,
.The average ot to produce .I would enable Americans to send by Manchuria. where the Russians and
pounds of pork, as ordinarily raised in mail packages of fess than ten pounds Japanese are fighting, is said to hare
Florida, we assert, does not cost two which are now #aent by- xpress, hbu he as much wheat land as all the United
eent. per pound, and in order to show now proposes a comprehensive inspee- States put together, and not an acre of.
this to be true it is only necessary to tion of every alleged medicine which it under tillage. If this be true, why:
tell how the usual bog is raised.: anybody may want to buy, and an do not the fools quit fighting and tax-
From the date when the hog is fal- oficaldecision if it will work a cure' ing their people to death and settle a1
lowed until he is put into the pindar To a layman it looks as if this wAs 'rf millions in Manehuria to raise,
froeld the cot i virtually ohhis living asoff of meddling with the personal right to.de- food? No wonder they continue bar-
from thenhe makes his living off ofceive and humbug the publie. Doubt- -barians or semi-civilized, if they neg-
the prod octs of the range, and the less the action of the government is leet to cultivate the land under their
better the range the better the living inspired by the right sentiment, and if very feet and prefer the horrors of
and the better the pig. The usual it is competent to exclude adulerated war to the arts of peace.
farmer plants pindars in his corn-ane foods and drinks from foreign eoun-
row of corn and one. row of pindars. tries. it ought to be competent to After all the fuss over the Rosebud
The cultivation of the corn is to a prevent the purveyance of quack lottery, the people who drew numbers
large extent the cultivation of the pin. nostrums on as at home. The same, above 100, it is said, are refusing to file
dars, besides by the plan ing of the people with the same arguments are and are abandoning their rights after
corn and pindars in this way it is as- protesting who protected against the thorough personal examination of the
sorted by many farmers that sucnh suppression of the Louisiana lottery. land, regarding it as not worth the
mode of planting gives the -corn the government's price of #4 an acre and
necessary assistance required fort its t the other expenses involved in comply-
greatest yield. and thus, with the In the completion of the new bridges ingwith the law. Out of the entire
small amount of cost for the extra eul across the Potomac, costing approxi- -l Y0 carter sections, not more than -5
tivation of the pindar, does not onlyin- mately #750,000 and occupying three or 70are worth filing with a view to
crease the yield of his corn, but years in eonstracton, is the realization actual settlement.
. .. Vq. :acua se tl me t.


all the pivotal %tates. V ery well: h
ought to make the circuit.- e jHe
briiianut and eloquent speaker, ,
entirely in harmony with the pnrpo
of the party, and is sure to edify-
instruct as well as entertain wbe
he goes. ___ __


The City Council of Dener,
has passed an ordinance makiag-r
use of trading stamps punishable
flues of $100 to i"WJ for each
or a jail sentence of from stist
ninety days. The constitatiolk I
thq act will be contested in the 6-
by merchants who use the sta"ipa'

The only l. ritimate purpose 4
tariff is the raising of needed resM
but when this requires a heavy -
duty, incidental protection to mi
features wili result. PBu: why sabo
the schedule,not be so adjusted -
farmers will get some of the

A Germ.n entered one of our
stores the other day. His wife
sent him for a box of talcum p-
and he made his wants known tw
salesman. The latter said,"I
kind-Menaen's'!" The Denth
plied, "Nein; vimmen's." -

Congress made an immense
priation to enable the p
fight the trusts-that is, "t1e
trusts." He only spent a test
fund, and has only tickled the -
instead of injuring them.
this? _______________
Claude L'Engle's Floridsa S .
lished at Jacksonville, is the :
est" published in Florida. It
published daily beginning Oe

The Chicago Tribune estimated


at the same time he raises his of one of the fondest hopes of Wash- 2.18 union men
crop of pindar with which he fattens ingtonians, the exolution into reality The man who is Idle or who is work. that city, and es
his pork at almost no cost, for he is at ,of a dream which has been recurrent he hasa chance wages alone at $4Y
no cost in feeding pindars to his hogs, at intervals for many decades. As the n who ha to pay higher prices than
as the hog is turned into the corn and old Long bridge has been for many o for what he ets cannot The game of
pindar field and does its own feeding. years the cause of shame and -humi- befoe fy any academic argument come p popular amo
be fooled by any academic argument come popular amo
Thus we say that for a farmer to buy iation to Washington, the strong new
pork at so small a cost whatever is viaduct is an object of pride. It is a about the value of the high tariff or by women andttan e
anyhahsurance that he is prohpero the neck has attack
dear meat. We think that the hog half mnle long and sit .so high above knows perfectly well that he is not
and hominy, live at home poliay,.is the the river on piers so far apart that it well off, and orators cannot convince During a tire in
only paying one, and we do not say will no longer be an embargo to nai- him to the contrary against the weight woman dressed hei
this as a theory, for we can prove what gation or an oubruction to water or own experience, teen minutes. Th
we say from many instances through, ice in times of flood. Instead of creep- less stand for ete
out Alachuaeounty. ing timorously across on the trembling Te_____oortr
Our contention is established, and structure that bore millions of sol- Theain th automobile i gen
therefore let there be an increased in- diers to victory and defeat during the erally so swelled that he does not General Fred F
terest in the raising of pork. There is Civil War, passenger trains of this want to know that others have some General Fred Gra
no longer a question -ofW saving and week steamed boldly across without rights on the highway. Down Eiast the Department o
curing pork, as has been in the past. fear of being precipitated into the where the beine buggy drivers got qartera Ch
for the cold storage has solved this muddy waters b-neath. pretty gay the farmers carry a load-
uestion There is an unlimited de d shot gun in their wagons and when Opportunities in
question.- There is an unlimited de. h- reatened to be rundown they open scarce. The gre
mand at a fair price for all the pork There are something like 325 Con- threoate of round. It is surpris- ability to recoi
which can- be raised, at a large profit gressional districts which are put ing how it brings the Iroud chaureurs sented
to the producer. We contend that down safe to one party or the other in to their oens. c e e- e
this industry will in the near future November. This leaves a large resi- TRUNK WAS
be a souree of large profit to our peo- due of doubtful members, some in The sheriff o Manatee county
pie, if they will but direct their atten- every large Northern State. In Wis- reentlelosed all the "ma" drink- Baggage of H.
tio-a to it. consin the single Democratic congress- ing houses he could lay his hands upon, the Atlanti
We are seeking data with regard to man is likely to be a good dealleas and the keepers have been placed under There was an int
the value of eassaa as a hog feed and lonesome after November. Five of bond for their appeance at circuit in the heri's i
the best mode of its production, and the ten Republicans members are court. Alaehua'si worhy and efficient writ of replevin wi
will tryto have something to say along fighting desperately to retain their sheriff, W.Fennel, set-thi exam- wu-t of plH. K
this line in the near future. eats. In West Virginia the Republi- spe to t e nne s seof others exam- ntie lig ma, who
a the. eu. le to the shqi of other counties eling man, hao
---C N cans. will have to fight very hard for several month ago. from eala Mondai
PRECAUTION NECESSARY. four out of five of the districts which"_ "fMr.-ig whio
they now control. In Indina &Demo- Mr. Knight, who
The controversy between Dr. Brun- t to carry three diaries, and There is entirely too little attention the road, stated to
ner, city health officer of Savannah, th paid to fast driving within the city his trunk had been
Mad the president of the Georgia ra i tti, un iorousy h and h limits. Pedestrians are supposed to for some time, in 1
Health Board, ione inwhichFlorida p i orou fgh nd have theright of way on the streets, the Atlantic C
expect to carry five districts now held et i t of yon he res te Alni a
is vitally interested. We gather fromby R bli but i only a supposition, the drivers ted it to remain
this controversy that smallpox prevailsby Republin, of fat speeders giving the pedestrians this time, he had n
to a large extent throughout the State the preferene of getting out of the However, on Mondm
of Georgia, and that by reasons of the David B. Hill announces that he way or being run over. agent in Ocala and
inability of the State Board of Health will retire from polities on January age, receiving a rec
tosuppress this epidemic there is like- 1 and will secept no position if Judge The indaions are that independent purchasing a ticket
ly to be, during the next winter, a Parker is elected. Mr. Hill has not idt wil onte against the following daybe
widespread of thissdisease in Georgia, been of a very retiring disposition. a Demo te nominees for she roeiving the r
and as Florida is only separated by He has alWays been at the front and rpecmve ofies in many counties at the company, buts
the line between the two States it be- stood up for hi pary'eea loyally. the era-eletion in November. to get the trnak in
hooves the Florida authorities to be Motover be has h ad about every- This is result of the bitterness ea- informed that ter
oa te alet, a spred of the disease thin here is, having served as ery gendered in the May and June pri- chargeof $2, whio
to this Sftfe wo-auld neesauly incu atSr Sey,aerma,and mayor of El. mnri, ad which led to t
the expeMditure of a largesum of i, Y., member of the Legisla- .same.
moey.tosuppres it. We fid from aure*, lieutenant-governor, governor Jdgl Parker has been the guest at The truak is now
thetfa- bright to light in this on. for eved terms. nd United SUMes both Winnisok ledge sad Elleavmie Sheri Feaneil, a
tovmy that the great State of Geor- senator for six year. He has eared of Thomas E. Bemedies, wh alged his of three days shall
-gIe as the-ite on of t a Legist theright to withdraw and devote i- nomination four yea s ago and who owner males the
teo appropriated only aboa $10 000. self to his peenalaffairsM. was Preadent Cleavela s pubie shall tsake further a
for amte se 1itoa of prnterdauag two terms. In te ven that
asish4,wwait, IDr. Bronner declares, Juat as The Sun said. The Hon. Bob ..it a he
isnot sf eieset so provide vaetioation M amee woald notweeep the pcatim If (Carlie Daiois. private e-r. jeetk
and a few sher masses in oe eeisio of private secretary to the 1 x1 gov t nrIy to Gesaor Jmalep, wishes Ts algh delksehr 1
with thediesmse, whIeh leaves nothing ernor if tendered him. Both is after ontete ef the eame .ii eto t...d....s of .t
it *ew wag f ipv idt for tim proper biwr aae," "ad be'll bgfasmes eeo 'behm, I *edC a ve
g i4M -s--^^^*^!^- ^^^, ^ -^ ~:~~ 9-f 'i^ 1?1^ ;^^^^^?^^'"-'-''^'s- ^^^^ f^^l '^ ^ I^^ ^ -^'^ ^^'


are on a
timates the
0.49) a week.
'leap frlg" 1-i1
ng Newport
pidemie of
ked the men,,

a New York
rself inlesstal
e record will de
nity.

maston will soem
nt in c .nemm
if the Lakes, M
9o.

n life are -4
test lack is int A
:e them wheis


REPLEVINED.
Knight Taken Fr
c Coast Line.
erecting p i
ce Taeody.wlb
SO issued aI the I
ight, a yoas- 0
arrived in the

makes his l'#u
Sheriff Fenel-tI
the, _ge l
Line. He past
there shie, dm4
o ocaion to s
alj he we"t il
paid him $'


becked she




k be -.lrKM
be ,esmd


rl


7


7


migation, ti.ltf-eaon a a proper
sepura&to of thow aete6 d and those
likely to be aSeesKd. We claim no
right erticise th e Legislature of
Ge is and will be effected. We, however,
do say that the action of the Georgia
LeRislature shows a disregard for the
health of its own citizens and at the
sane time a gross violation of the Bib-
lieai command in not doing to others
as you would be done by. This matter-
should receive prompt attention from
our own efficient State Board of Health


The maait interesting article now be-. If a high tari prodmes highl
kg imbfibed in tis coUntry is the hoe* do" it happen that int Ger
ex o ore of the tricks of the Standard where the tariff is twice as high j
Oil Crowd. The last issue just opt England, the wages are mue- lil
shows how the crowd without u dollar' and that in France the waes are
purchased a39 OC0JW^C0 e6pper prop- er till, -although the tariff ie
erty, sold it to the public for $ ,,0.- at Ievery farmer who earries his:
*0W, and allyy fleeeed the public out duce to market -mast pay a tari
of most of that money. Mr. Lawson the country road before he e
calis this frenzied finance. The aver- the eitj. How do these and ti{
age plain citizen would call it robbery harmonize? .
and muirddr, as the transaction, he pro-I --
elaim., caused countless suicides, Thtere seems to be an orerw
bankruptcies, sent men to prison for demand for speeches from Brya i


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THE GAINESVILLESUM SEPTEMBER ',490@

AFTER CVIN YEARS.E A

SINA LEONCON The
'Log Search of .Mther for Her Chr I
-drem.
CA. Mo st i A -A 1 a yUR I
:- _---'~s---e---- Of ven 'ears f.r h-r children, w:"
-. .B.t.. Su- -. se saYs we.e for," -a n frm her Members of This Association -
by hter form-r h ihard Mi:ey K Johi n
S .r Sit has succeeded ou. N. W.
|i KJ6a( w, .tr^ Sa mie Sth has succeed&, '


I N. PP& OF LEON

Twice B n Superi*ntendtent of
- Schoo and Wa Democrat-
pm|ei forN ext Term-No
himto AgeSSXin;6
STie-Unionl- of Monada eon-
iwe following seaount of a dia-
iatfiM m kUeWX toaatJ peopW in Gaies
rIgt Alabi eft0a aty: *
abhmsldse SeO4. t--A horrible
wM" sommiged I TLeon county
ai.g Ea. 1 W. Epps, for
__ 070m$y "]Weiundtfl of
aend eeaoty -renominuated
the same .of.M ws assas Winated
IT.yelockp. He wam ahon
MA wTeman, aed about six
,aud a great grandsm of Thomas
mlaA. A wife. four daughters and
MaR -rvive illa.
- Mr. Epp's euatom to travel
eIs a boWy. His horse was very
ie aSd allowed to seleet his own
I. 1b hsome was at Bradfordville,
Bie north Aof Tallahasee and it
hibewtom to leave town late in
jlforbome.
haw1t0 oefeak ist night a tele-
Ni mwaggpe came from his friend
melglr W. lester, to "send
erw d the sheriff. Mr.Eppshas
talltB ." ^, ^ ^:. ':, :. : -
rPaltmer and Brevard hurried to
Epps home. where they found the
ieo in. death. Three deputy
iff Is hurried to Bradfordville,
worhed on the ease all tight with-
Hadla a- See, or even a suspicion,
a tbe e for the crime or who

d*e B. A. Whitfield went out this
adg to hold an inquest on the


Ik/ & Palnersasys it looks like a
Sdelieately planned assassination.
e amdin was there waiting for Mr.
Egglrtcee aealong, and deliberately
ap- into the road tbhind the bug-
,ndpli ngthe muzzleof a shot-
s wthi eighteen inches of his
sk, S:ed: instantly breaking his
and- tearmng out the base of the
lin. M- 4Epptanever knew what hit
IBh or that he was" hit.
AeOrt reached here tonight from
Bladford&ile that a young negro hay-
Ing hii possesoM gu.n cartridges
ahdthosee uMed to murder
XI fElP a lia been arrested, and
w ld le brogt here tight to be
e t Leo t county jail to
aowatdilfotthe dastardly crime.

- -CRAZED BY THIRST.:

g n Find R ancman** Sono In Pitisa
bi iPli -He may Die..
Sugar City. Cofo. Sept, 6--In -a de
sa0ted conditions with his clothing all
Sfrioem hi's body a-_d suerifng '.-
-tam e goy frof h-atnger and thtrhst,
Amoii '-a Corad was found wand.erlu
timt the trains 15 amiles northwest ol

--a- Ya l derad who ,is the son .of
uadge Conard, a wealthy ockmau. di.
appeared from him hbome near Oln.Y
last Tuesday. and although seafrhist-

MI e"so. na-trace sim, was fo ad them.
:ie rem emerw nothing of his wb -
Bet-gs. and is in a- most pitiable statl
of weakness.- It ish toiht he- wll
diet frot the terrible ordeal he ha&


NEGROES RtEFIUSE TO WORK.
Smand for Coto Pickers Far EV
"ese .thc PrefentSupy
Moutrie. Ga..a. Sept G.-There is the
greatest demand for c-ottimon pickera
f re* that ba ever been known.
Cotton has opened earlier and fast-
4 i00 ever known. and farmers are
auicus to -eve it before a Septembei
4f *tolya it na the patch. The
Wees being d fa tor i Is acceptable
sad -It iA ts being hurried to market
T ere are a nunbler of 'empty wagoaa
In. Moultrie fOr hands every day. but
e negro oieo ant o ihoys who loaf
round towrl cilntt he esnticed aut



SZurich. Sc 6-The tvirgi peak ol
h OabtN r., (nA. Yalals. which
^s been Battespted every year unsue
ee..lfAr' th. e lat 18A years, was
e-aismb an S uday lat br M i Kern
f 4a.. K. ..,too t Parts. aw

^^^iria~i^ sad w.


-In fnlin; them in the hands of thA
Illin'e Chtlren' Home and Aid So
elety, an, ah: filed a petition for a
vrit of habeas corpus in an eff tr.
again secure their custody.
Mrs. Smith states in her petition
:"at -he was forced to pea-e Johnsor
In 188l on account of his cruelty to-
ward her and in 1899 obtained a decree
of divorce from hit. utno dispositiood
of the children was ma e by the court
In the meantime. she charges. Johnson.
obtained possession of them and A s
wa e to here they wern
placed-

S 8ROB3ED THE "PEN."


,Tanked Up," "Phoned His "Spark"
and "Got Nabbed."
Coluimbus. O., Sept. G.-Geo. Camp-
bell, a trustyt" in the penitentiary.
walked away from the institution lazst
night. He was serving a five years'
sentence for robbery. The clerk's
cas" drawer in the penitentiary was
looted of $25 by Campbell before he
departed.
Campbell was captured In Grove-
port. Liberty was so sweet to him
that he celebrated by imb!h!thn strong
drink, and then he sou-ght t. teiepdione
a fe ta!e ac ni.aintaice here.. This
tippeRi off hi- wtgreabomtti.

Read This.
Claniton, Ala., March 3, l97.-l eer-
tify that I have been cured of kidney
and bladder troubles by Hall's Great
DiHaovery (St. Louis) and I can fully
recommend it. RV. L. B. Porv-,s.

A Texas Wonder.
One small bottle of the Texas Won-
ler, Hall's Great Discovery, cures all
kidney and bladder troubles, removes
gravel, eures diabetes. seminal emia-
sions. weak and lame backs, rheuma-
tism and all irregularities of the kid-
aeys 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-
ment and seldom fails to perfect a
uare. Dr. Ernest W. Hall, 1ble manu-
faeturer, P.-O. box 629, St. Louis, Mo.
Send for testimonials. Sold by all
draggiks.
Large Delegntlo n Ne'*spaper Men.
St -. I -. -Th lar(,[ el
egatin i--pr n,-n and wri-
ters ever sni Yrou, on- c,.y iw ant-
other wil be.- ha-t' (If the (fatL gC a
Press club to the Li.siana Pircha-:
expostion Oct. 6 n-xl- oyer the 'Fr -c
system. Tpe excursion wi:: lear-.
Chlicago Oct. 6 ar.A return from St.
Louis oct 9. I is expected ov -r
o00 pe.oe, will go on the train that
wilt ma-ele a :a'yli-ht special bh-m.
ways IT is a ar .-:ntmber of new-
paner write rz tti .h:v m thr- n:,-;:-
wpsf wh,1o are 1 ,-'.-.i(iI flutf 'm '.r-
ofa cdib. wl cicomnipany t-. Lx-
Scnr-m i, inh.

Negro Confesses "is Crime.
Clarkton, N. C.. Sept. 6.-The ne -z-
who a t-alt. and munirdered -1r
OGer .-ker hiere was captured -
n. -ri -' V 1y i:,u a f- I 'I r -
.tr


DR. P. D. HICKS,
DENTIST.


:WALDI ),


lJOut-uf-tuwu people pleast- make en-
gagements before coming to have work
(one to avoid delay.


on *.u a Ne.. e Moe-y ..I

Watchve,
Jewelry,
Silverware.
Cut-atl,
Noveltie
Musical Instru-
ments,


Hy Buying of.

H -STEVEN
The Jeweter,
High Spriags, Fi


flur


SEVERAL MEMBERS ARRESTED

And Taken to Live Oak On Special
Train for Safe Keeping-Six Pris-
oners Now in Live Oak Jail, and One
Has Confessed.
That there is beyond doubt a Before
Day Club organization among the ne-
groes of Leon county, organized for
the purpose of m-rdering white peo-
ple, the following telegram in The
Times-tUniou of Tuesday will prove:
Tallahassee, Sept. 5.--The deputy
sheriff came in last night from Brad-
fordville, where the coroner was yes-
terday called to view the body of Hon.


N. W. Epps, who was brutally assas i-
nated Saturday night.
They reached town shortly after
midnight, and drove immediately to
the railroad and boarded a special
train, which had been prepared for
them to take their prisoners to Live
Oak for safe keeping.
En route, two negro men who had
been captured at Greenville and one
at Live Oak were added to the gang,
all incarcerated at Live Oak.
During the taking of evidence Sun-
day the fact was developed that a Be-
fore Day Club Waw organized in that-
section,, and met iin Mount Zion
Church.
The negroes taken at Greenville and
Live Oak had left on the 4 a. m. train
yesterday morning, and had been in-
tereepted by wire.
The three negrot. brought in from
Bradfordrville Were lshamin Edwards,
Jr., Nelon Lirkins and Sam Cald-
well. Edward confessed that he was
a member of thie Before Day Club and
'gave some of the names of other mem-
bers of the club, and whom they were
to kill. 1
The coroner' jury has adjourned
until Friday, when other valuable tes-
timowy is expected to be introduced.,

P rc-, ... Ly C %rm- n \ e tI Pie.
Ii;vn; C 2. .; ,-It.- adly pto-j
nia'?tm ,n av I :' ;- n;: e fr:,i. cannp ?
m.ats p'is-neC. a :rau-i ,er of young peo.
ple on th v T.a r:vr. As a result n
their mi-forTmne the camp was lroel
en up and the1 yorng folks came homr-


all of the invalids being .van a-n
,weak, although -none are now in per:'


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BILL Fear DIVfOCE
il te Creult Counrt. Eiz;:r Ju:tc.:
A:ae.ae; Cdo-i: Ftrda-I; C cery
va:ey lket .Mart n .-. Js- B :." -
I.L. "or Divorc-e.
I; apea0i:r, b- :dth:: a r-e'f t<, a-:-.e .2ee

hi .ce oV A.erce f.>r are :
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:ifC *;. ~'cn l -fn li:ae3 f -.o a i* -*", a e c.<-.
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t -- e,.:'-"-<">.e :.- : i: 1. there o:@ o e- i o..._-
re red : :;.ear to nhe it . ..
s:ed i- s.aid cu-ae on or .-e oreMA1 -.
oadte' ermriat:.
It furtier orderc:e t t or&'?r ime b
u-ihed owne a weer. fo' 41, -f ,r*or re -. efto
tu The ve i n. new' .: c sd
Tis A u.-a.i -tbh. .
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W. BD i. W.e > .
A .-e Ce o i..
H. C. DENSTON- Cer.:
Per m. H. Vicr.fe- D C
EVXANS HAILE. So: r.' s : rC '- ;
BILL FOR DIVORCE
In I & c C47eu2: CoxrtE K:::. ._ : :ai
j ,hn -'1. Raw- ., wV S n.'1L.C. .-1.'".-B^for
I :.e:rar; ur a:nd ait a:'reded on 'sI O ta
fnl in ,.a a:xre s.ated eaui.e th.aT iara1 c.-
Rawi thedefendaut tbereiE.named.3 iA n-
residetn of :be uae of orida. iS a reert
of Cinton. s outh CaroUnua. and is over the aUe
of twetty-one .year: It i- therefore ordered
tha t au non -re-ident defendant be a~~dshe is
bereby re-i Ared to appear to the Mi: of Com-
iait tled in .aid cau-ie honor before Mnday.
the 3Ida4yof .October. A. D. 14- ot4_ ewie
the aderato. of aidW b1 -wl te take as
eon'fe-ed bv 4-aid defendant.
It: further orderdA tat ti-0 order ie uia
Ui.hed :rfce a week for I t,#) e ec-jt.ve wete
inthe t.a'.ne.viLie. Su:a r-? et 'i;r s';" ed
in 'aid c rUt'* a-arSta '.
H. C. DE.NTON. C er- t:vrh (a-.
[Seali B S H. H IVee.. c
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I-and o0'"e a*i- Gaewv -:e. La .
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Not'-ei- terev: e-t *".hit "e -hat ,-L-e
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Hdi. for' t. ,-, oe IV n'- of-r'-,sw' .e tho e 5,
The fndamithe .th erwon. wo-tteres- to .iroted
hii er atinuoru arenrdeanceur mi.d ll eioa: t!0 L
of .It- ui.(hi'd.vi7.-
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NTIC OF TIC.Tht: L TO IA FTAN'.
otite i- hereby tavern lhat ua eieca io .li.






admlie he. itrat.r Elex o the estae ft IOb. I. ALiaea
vouchers. ofla on ratirdoy. of itead er.t
.-le. or, the turlmt d, (f Oetober. ;iur d e skter
to *< levied anid ctre tind afunrthyer r theti) -.












,lUie. or, the ttrsi day ,)f Cc~t

uo be dteham-ed front further lfmitrat' orV
ot tht affairs of sai ettmoe.
K2- E., EINts. Ad:iin t= .r.rix
D!^ISULUTJON OF i tO-PARTXEHSHIP.
The tnrm o! O'Donaid & Sa tt der. eopoW- :
of E&Idward O'Donad. M1. Ki aundaer.at J.JL- I -
Eiarne. i, tiday di vemt by mnutu-. conas
lEward O'Dot ik retiring from snf d tirm- T.e -
b1ui:;t- W:.; toe ,Continaed hy Saunflders *:
ar'e. -ho a%~u lite anl indebwedne and Wt
r-L ifdue iher. rr.n. .t be-'uaid.
A::z. -;5. .1. H. EAP.RLE
Nt 'TiCl..


ha-. ef L t im ,L. ,e ,il ,' ti- n .r,,
aiis -'. 1 '.t: l'risen accmtiat- t u o SOB.
1. Ma-ot. cin- nty *i e .di *,:m&n. 'mnrt Y
Floria arit-m ;i:i v -.fIcoa bte Japprom
arnl asti for tflai a di- hare.
JA.14S. GRAHAM-
As Adniini-3ttritmr ua eof Georae Grasbw-
deten-eaed. 5ft .


CHARLES C. SMITH,
Palatka. Fla,

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Ben. Z. B. Weeks of Hawtworn,1 Free to Mothes -A tear b Dr l
1A oof th Berd ofI Publie Mofet's "Teeskina" (TeehIa
der) will We- seat without a --tot
InMtretiton of Alacha eonaty. was anyoter writing Dr. J. M0fett4
visitor to this aity yesterday, haviagSt. Loi, Mo., giving the name of her
eame to tted the meeting of the druggist not keeping "T4ethina."
.?- "-r Aids digestion, regulates the bowels,
-- rreooaes and counterats the effects
Rev. -W. Carpenter departed yes- of somnier's heat and makes teething
Slterday for White Spri-gs. where laot j asy.
night he delivered an address in the Among the prominent visitors to this
eause of temperaaee. From White city yesterday was B. D. Hiers of Cad-
Springs he expects to proceed today to i ilac. a ember of the firm of B. D.
iney. where he goes to perform a Hiers & Co., extensive merchants.
I sM similar mission. He states that the cotton crop in his
S Mrs. B. T. Jernigan has returned section ii being greatly deteriorated
US d from Worthington Springs. where for by the caterpiller and something quite
tshepat week ste has been reeuper. similar to rust. The farmers will lose
sting. Mrs. A. M. Pournell is still at heavily by these pests this year.
h.at resort.and is enjoying the bathing W J. Hodge of Alazhua,. E.. K. An-
a ad recreation immensely. She witl derson of High Springs. Thad. Bryant
not return before the latter part of of Yular, P. G. Ramsey of Waeahoota,
s trd w the week. E. L. Johnson of Hawthorn and John.
Dr. J. Harrison Hedges returned G. Dampier of Hague were among the
sineM yesterday from Cedar Key. whither he arrivals in this city yesterday. The
was called Sunday on account of the !four latter gentlemen came to attend
Rocky illness of Mrs. W. B. Ellis. He reports i the regular monthly meeting of the
yester* the condition of the patient improved Board of Coiunty Commissioners, of
somewhat, which will be a source of whiqh they are members.


gratifying information to her numer-"
our friends-nd acquaintances in this
eity and seetiou.
Mr.-and Mrs. Uhas. Ch. Carter of (itra
spent the day in this-eity ye terday as
the gupsts of the latter's sister, Mrs.
J. Fleteher Hill. Captain Carter is
one of the-.eNient and obliging con-
duetors in the employ of the Atlantic
Coast Line. and: has been for several
years until recently in command of
the High Springs-Citra train. It is ru-
mored, however, that be may soon be
transferred to another division of this
great system.
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Cushman expect
to make their departure today for San
Francisco; California, where the for-
mer will attend the National Encamp-
ment of the Odd Fellows as a repre-
sentative from Florida. Upon- their
return they expect to visit the World'cs
Fair, and will probably stop at several
points of national interest. Friends
wish them a pleasant trip. During
their absence Miss Gertrude will be
the guest of the Odd Fellows' Home.
R. H. Doke and G H. Scofield, Jr.,
made a visit to Half Moon Sunday,
where they attended a large religious
meeting and baptizing, twelve eon-
verts having been immersed. The
crowd was one of the largest ever seen
In the county on- a similar occasion,
and the ceremonies were very interest-
ing and impressive. Rev. W.S. Shef-
field, a Baptist minister, has justelosed
a two weeks' revival meeting at the
Jonesvrillpe church, which resulted it
greatgood the fruits of his efforts
having been demonstrated Sunday by
these immersions.
Prwo i'bne-bla ss Daily' Srl:
Florida grown seed rye for sale by
G-. S. Merchant & Co.
-Simunson's Wonderful Salve for sale
by J. W. MeCollum & Co.
W. W. Stroble of High Springs was
among the business visitors to this eity
yesterday.
R. I Lumpkin of Orange Heights
was in the city yesterday on business
connected with the school board.
F. Curlof Archer, one of the ef-
ficient deputy sheriffs of the county,
was a visitor to this city yesterday.
C. Crisman of Mieanopy and W. P.
Reviere and son of High Springs were
visitors to the county capital yester-
day.


C W. auknight of Archer, one of
the leading and most successful mer-
chants of that thriving town, was
among the visitors to this city yester-
day. He accompanied his daughter,
Miss Leila as far as Gainesville. This
young lady was en route to Baldwin
College, Staunton, Va., which is one
of the finest female institutions of
learning in the South. Miss Bauk-
night enters this term upon her second
year at this famous college.
Deputy Sheriff Zack Taylor of Ka-
napaha, L. H. Hall of Orange Heights
and T. J. Terry of Forest Grove
were among the visitors to this
city yesterday. The latter came to
confer with the school board in the
matter of establishing a school at For-
est Grove. the nearest institution of
learning being about three miles from
that village. He was disappointed to
learn that the board convened a day
before the regular time this month,
which was necessitated on account of
the examinations now being held.


pNew


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l art I cPWad.is was among
e 4ltl o IGalnaesille trading

S wThmas, a mubstantidl farmer
-tUlIet van trading in the city


-Aakserl*eant visit to friends

r.i WMC-. Johnson of Micanopy
d a brief it to relatives in this
ity.e .s. t....
MB. Osude, the Saval stores oper-
aer of Old Town, was registered at

Xeasinandd.0. Chaier. of -.dj
_A, l aytte soanty, were regis-
lesl heMn Ho e ye st. orday.
Miss Mrsagg MeIt cdsrroWi tl departed
-steday for WUIIson, where she will
speitg week as the guest of friends.
GeorgeH.May. an industrious color-
44"i1r-er of the Alachs section. was
Iihe *iit- y yesterday and -renewed his

AC.. Martin, one of the solid -it-
ibs of t:he WillefUord section was
imai g busine in the county cap-

L. ia WlAft of Archer, the efficient
kepein -the employ a C. W.
Sunday with his tfam-
4ia t e hi -t y
A- T atoatof Alasehua, one of the
Stia citien s-of that progres-
at fown, was transacting business in

W.BO. Soowden -of Malsnopy, more
a iEhliarly known as "Sonny" Snow-
Sden, was among those who visited
ciaaaville Sunday.
JIT. B. Il, tr. of Hague,, was In the
city Sunday. 'He was en rouoe o his
ome from Jacksouville, where he had
bess to two or three days.
irs. H. W. Wat ade her depar-
t1 r yesterday for Roehelle, where
e *wlivtisit relatives, the family of
gM. atd Mrs. J. Collins.
-Mrs. Tuse Denby and daughter,
MiB Claire, hiave returned from a de-
gbtfal outing covering a period of
vMral weeks at Seabreeze.
amo.T. A. lcok of Santa Fe, a mem-
burof the school board from that dis-
Suet, waa nattendanee upon the meet-
Stiagot the boa d yesterday.


Thursday




Specials


Prices cut in-two. No use
saying so much about it-
just a few items mentioned
gives you an index to the


J. W. English a p.rogresve yong A.., Chitty of Micanopy, member woe.
troke. r o- lyats staSton, on the of the firm of E. C. Chitty & Son, gen-
-Gaae-ille and ift,. was transacting eral merchants, wa. a business visitor Men's bt 3.5t .50 Patent
business n thin eity yesterday. :"to this eity yesterday. C(ltand Vici Shoes
The friends Father P. ynch Dr. J. H. Colson returned yesterday go at .............. 3.1
rpleedto him home again, af- from Judson, where otf monday he was
StSWn Sabseeae of several weeks in called on account of the illness of Dr. Any Straw Hat in the
New York 6 aid other Northern points. o. $. Clyatt, who is sufferin from fe- store. special........ c
Our l labor contract is in veri.
a 1mp s Gus A. Morton of Eve, manager of Large Book Letter File
-Price -. each tories than 3-5,0t i
ot- 2ir 100. Send eash with order. the -tockton phosphate interests at reduced to ........23..
Address The Sun. Gaineille. Fla. ti thatplaeeand one of the cleverest fel-
-J.E. -Fatekof Aa senior mem lows in the world, was a visitor to this 7 Bars Octagon S6ap.. 5o
-ber of the firm of _E. oteh Con. city yesterday.
any, sive rcans and cotton A..U. Hilleary of Micanopy was in i3 Bar Ark Soap. .. Mc
b- ers,after brief visit to his family the eity yesterday. Mr. Hilleary ex-
a thi. ty returned to Alachus yes- pects sono to locate near Wauebhuia,Bar f oaap and Glass 5C
tpadayr. DeSota county, where he will engage rfad s
Dr. Gordon B. Tison and Turner in the fruit business.
vnn -tn. ^ .._ ^r., fr m. .,t, A ... . ...., C iosmn out our ine of
aa rear med yee rday from a visit Are you coasidering tree planting, Closi line of
Sthe World' Fair, where the former and especially peeans'- Catalogue for .Tardinieres -greatest bar-
Wi-"t to atead the d national Conven. eomingfall atd winter is now ready.
eer a It free -Gainesille Nurseries Agamls ever Offered.
---- .----- ---o N -w a u Dr. G,& 3. Means of McIntosh, C. W. ,
e r ewbryws oo3 a I We will be open all day.
vit eSteven sof ilachte, L. J.CWatt.C. Bo
ae The Swi an ple-a cll ill. iams of Bell, J. L. Lamb of New. I Don1- m.ls our
a- r- ly refreshing ..to see the m..ling berry and Homer Love of Newtown
S enry e e -after g ere-among the vi-siors to tis ity r d
^mam m thfecty. ryeteroayc. "
Ar. a M ir. T. Roax and daugh. Information W"anted- f there is a congregates.
g.s or- ... ny. years ...Wlady in this eity orsetion by the name _.. .-
Misearylr fr many Je= ses- ofors. Bonham, widowofthelate See- c .
-Awls l t -b o xe oaw d Lieutenant W. B. Bonham. U. 8.
nak i atheirb~ ae at- Wils-ton, ar A., she will learn something to her in-
-m m ad t r *t by conferring witL The Sun of

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W% Falrbanks wa

Msoet Bell was a b
b eity yesterday.
InBtletueker of
-ivitor to thiselty


A. L. aughtrrey& and family of Rocky C a n
L. LfCasket.'- s and Coffins
Point have returned from Memphis,
Tenn., where they spent the past few Pl Ft st at Prices to
weeks delightfully. Their outing also
included a visit to St. Louis and the PERT ERAL DIRiRM
World's Fair, at which they were well PET F N
pleased. Fade.es uietae! power des.o'. Cu-**wo-re
The friends of Mr. and Mrs. on ;r;;;. .udordoer: and Disteetantsfr
saltary puroe .,eson aUe. Houww. nwlom a d
Murph Everett of Donnie sympathize ea ohirW fumwated and d:iaateeed oa itafef-
with them in the los of a child, thee erm
sad death of whom oeecurred recently. BROWN HOUSE _CORNER _TO].
Mr. Everett has many friends in this
city and section who will learn of his
sad misfortune with sincere regret.
Among those who hav spent the
past two or three days in Gainesvile _
as the guest of friends is Wilson Zesh-
nor of High Springs. While his fam-
ily are residing in that place, Mr.
Zeshnor is.eondueting a wheelwright
and blacksmith business at Newberry. j
Mrs. W. B. Higdon and children
departed yesterday for Kissinmee. ff
where they will spend a people ofI J f ML t II
weeks as the guest of the forners
parents, Mr. and Ma Bandy. They Or CulHL
go to attend the wedding of Mrs. Big-
don't brother, whie wiU our a Kib. i Y
siminmee about the 1th insot.-
3. M. Turner of Lake Viewone of U Vae
the most seesemful planters in the flalaisille 1 9
county, was among those who paid the i
county Mapital a sit yesterday. Mr. iSy f iflsi.
Turner is not only a good- farmer, but ; B T D AD*'
a sueessful battle and bog raiser
well, as hie mokboose Ms oow Sfilled
with an aondau. ie weUl-easei Eii-Ita-rr- Fg.
inssts, susfleien lt himself u corikea we wse m
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I-Amo the p nen ordians H.G. elson, a progressive te
resisted a the Brown House yes- of Williston, was in the eity yesterday
teday was Hoa. J. C. Sockton of and made The San an agreeable ae.-
Jaeoville, whowasen route to Eve, Mr. eison has one of the mot mo d.
wherehe will look after his extensive ern farms in Ley county, being
phosphate interests. Friends of Mr. equipped with an up-to-date irrigating
Stoekton will regret to learn that he plant and otherconveniences. He has
has for the past ten days beensuffering made a great success at raising eret ,-
with malarial fever, which has had a bers.
tendency to go a little hard with him. Maurice Arnow. formerly a clerk i-
He expremed regret at not being en- the Gaineerine postodice but for the'.
fabled to respond to the kind invitation pas two year employed in the rail.
of the good people of High Springs to way mail service, made a brief visit to
address them on Labor-Day, but his relatives in this eiy yesterday. Mr.
health would not pemit Arnow is now running between Jack-.
Prmm Thiursdaysl's Dai u: sonville and Greenville. which i's eon-
South Georia seed rye to be found sidered one of the best in the service.
at G. S. Merchant & Co's. His friends here were glad to see him
Miss Mae Finley has returned from again.
a brief but pleasant outing at Sea- Mrs. Percy Pournell and daughter
breeze. Miss Hazel, arrived in the city fra eI
Miss Hattie Hedges has returned Mayo yesterday. Mis Pournell. who
from a delightful visit to friends at St. attended the Gainesville Graded ald
Augustine. High School here last year. has eon -
Guy Flething-, a clever young man of for the purpose of entering that i4ns.
Archer, was translating businas in tuition again. Friends of this family
this city yesterday. wi be pleased to learn that Mr. Paoue.
1200bushels genuine Texas rust proof nel is expected in a few days. san
seed oats to be had in any quantity at the family will no dobt make their
G. S. Merchant & Co's. permanent home here.
Mrs. T. E. McDonald and children of The handsome residence of W. W.
Rocky Point were among the visitors Colson. South Roper avenue, Fas-
to Gainesville yesterday. Gainesville, which has been in eourm-
Vernon Chitty of Mieanopy is spend- of erection forthe past few weeks, has
ig a few days in this city as the guest been completed. and as soon as Pain7t
of his ister.Mrs.J. Fletcher Hill. er H. C. Roth finishes his work the
Fredand Edwin Hampton hae re- building will be ready for oeeaupary.
The house containt six rooms and.
turned from Worthington Springs, The hoe conta roo a
where they have been recuperating. bath. is modern in all its arrange.
r ents. and something of which Mr.
Mrs. Dr. Flake departed yesterday Colson may well fee proud. -
for Archer, where for the next few C. MeMahan the briek mao
days she will be the guess of friends. has returned from Theacoma, where e
has returned from Tacoma, where he |
Miss Maggie Mlorrison, an aeeom- a s completed the chimney- aci
polished young lady of High Spring#, i other trick worlkon the handsome LOw |
visiting Dr. and Mrs. J. H. Alderman, hme of P. R. amberlain. Mr. M- I
this city. Mahan states that, notwithstanding iti
A. F. eott of Santa Fe. one of the is a country home. no house in thisr
efficient sawyers in the employ of section is more modern in its appoint-
Baird's mill, was a visitor to this city ments, more conveniently arranged orf
yesterday. more comfortable. The owner is na-i
Miss Ida Colman has returned from urally proud of his new home.
St. Augustine. where forthepastw THE HRISTIAN churches atCon-
weeks she has been on a visit to Mrs. stantinope. Turkey. and Yokahoma,
Chas. Leyre. apau. ave long used the Longman &
J. PattersonofRochelle, erstwhile Mattinez Paints for painting their:
manager of the Espanola Lumber Comn- churches.
pany at Prairie Creek, was transact- Liberal contributions ,if L. & M.~
ing business in this city yesterday. paint will be given for sue+ purposeI
Miss Gertie Lambdin of Seabreeze wherever a church is located,
was in the eity yesterday. She was en F. M. Scofield. Harris Springs. S. l
route to her home from High Springs I writes: "I painted our old home-tead
where she has been on an extended with L. & M. twenty-six years ag*o.
visit to friends. Not painted sinee; looks better thsa
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Hampton have houses painted in the last four year A
returned from a very delightful W. B. Barr, Cbareston, W. Va..
outing covering a period of a couple of writes: "Painted Frankenburg block
month at Saratago and other New with L. & M. Shows better than any
York resorts. Friends are gla to buildings here have ever done; ssandrH
ork resort. Fends are glad to e as though varnished, and actual t-
them at home-again, cost of paint was less than $ll. perw
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Warner ex- gallon. Wears and overs like goid.
Tiese celebrated paints are sotdidrb:-y-.
peet to make their departure today for MIeler e McKday, pesala, Fla.
New York. where they expect tospend ____ --_ _ _,Fa
a couple of weeks. Friends wish them
a pleasant trip and sojourn in the nPh
American metropolis. IUU UU O 11
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Becks and three 1 r
children of High Springs were in the U n rvll a'
city for a few hours yesterday. They UUu lu il
were en route home from Palatka,
where they have been visiting rela- r o
tires for the puast few days. Carry Complete ln Of




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