Title: The Miami metropolis
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 Material Information
Title: The Miami metropolis
Uniform Title: Miami metropolis
Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. Weekly)
Alternate Title: Metropolis
Physical Description: 12 v. : ill. ; 38 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: East Coast Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Miami, Fla.
Miami Fla
Publication Date: October 6, 1906
Frequency: weekly (published on friday)
weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (May 15, 1896)-v. 12, no. 47 (Mar. 20, 1908).
General Note: Editor: Walter S. Graham.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00076100
Volume ID: VID00694
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 31626392
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Other version: Daily Miami metropolis
Other version: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)
Succeeded by: Weekly Miami metropolis

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JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1,906. ,

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AN INTERNATIONAL ,EVENT. 4. of"

HAT IS THE RECORD: n TUB PAITulo t

MARKETS /
a TUB CONTEST I BY SBEltAL 'I'WENT\-rO\1t nUl'RII.
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lERIOlt"' ACCIDENTS. 1 I

; l REBEL CuepN o a : .neat Testimony .f New th. Pi:**- .t

Tk. M... Exellllg: Kl*>4 .< Spw... arty Owoier .f Jacu: -,UI* ......*

Which IN Fellows With Mey Nsladalg i / U th. r...,. GretaeM .f .....1. City 1(

Isv Detail* of tk. CM: **. I *ad lavnt Sl. ey VUvlr and Well.

Other T..I........ ef lst Tt.Kew .' If anyone think that there I* a let u
"pIn building house in Jacksonville
the third IlIler.D.uolI1
/ York Oct. '4 \ with the dally
ju.t let them It..pII''
: automobile Fool tor the W. eports published In ..rho Metropolis

e K Vanderbllt cup took plac o.day / .nd they will find how bsdlr mistaken. ,,

Island. The coune wK .. ''fly..re.
on Long C No AIM than FIFTY.TWO pprmtt.var. .
07 miles and rectangular In .hap| '., e ; .. Issued this week fortonstrucllngwelling ,1

ana had'to.be traversed ten time CO// / p d house The scor* Hand

j Seventeen car Were ready at tl : hull: Ine *iaI

.tart. Five of the. car represent! story cottages ,, i..c..H.. II i.;
,opre.en..d 7 Ace 'wo-etory' dwelling :i I. ........ Ikhree I
., United States. five 7 '
th
.story dwelling (brick)... ; 1.1 :
and two Germany .
Italy. five Franc. '
C .
The estimated cost of thn buildingi
the start of the nut-
delayed
C Fog the Yanderbllt cup fl.- : Thirty-eight on*.story at |300 sane, '"
fop
mobile race
teen minutes'to-day At 4,K the woi" U.490; thirteen two-story. at UOOO 'if"
No.1. drive eel. |2<.000. and on. three story brick' .,
C to go wen given and car t, r Ur m This on. !'
by Leblon (American). went over lhe A1 /. 1000' Total 144404 , .or. ;
/ eek .Is'a Showing:
good
followed at Interval line. lie
minute was by the other .cer. Jen- o v1 1rr The permit Issued yesterday aftert ;a,
atsy (German) finished the Initial v 1 3 eon and this forenoon were to. pertr>
/ r 31'
.>n* a* follows
round Ant end Lennie (U..II.n) .eo- / .
r.m. P. T Johnson (Is on*-story houses, .:
Frenchwho
and but Wugner ( '.
.
I around third wa the real leader. on IVI t..o on the corner of Johnson and Bee
ond street, end four on Second crest
lapsed time Wellshott (Italian) b.4 Rs.
to withdraw from race because of a" .nd Third avenue
Lincoln Land Company. ..10"1on..tor \
The
1' accident, hi. car going over the enbankment 1/li ,
at Manhasset. H* wee nhurt. house on Curtis avenue, be-
t ; 'ireen Oreen and Csllan street ant
lhr nearby streets Of Stewart adIl'
DETAILS: OF ACCIDENT. \ 41t1"n to Jacksonville.Josephine .

Further details. of this accident. sho K, Harrison I n '.two-.lory
C that the racing car driven by L>r., Well' 1I'welling on the southwest corner oCtoond a ,
holt Italian) went oft the road at tli. STRAWFppT and Liberty streets,
point where. Monglnl wa* thrown out i ..,---.--- --
In the recent elimination race. At U. ;. A NEW FERRYBOAT:
Curve the car plunged off the road
: ''r
down an .mb.nkn.ertt. through tn. /dhQl intrsot "Award for Launch for. .tb }

air among a group of onlooker. Job / . ,- ,Night aervloo.
Brooks, *. boy .fell directly In iron 1. Ji.: .
of th:* machine and was knocked twen ,. ,. : ._.. ..:. . The Jacksonville, Ferry Company ha*' '+d
h 11' ft awnyfTwoother 'bystander. _". .: -th. : warded contract to ChIle Jensen for,. *.
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'Wire slightly Injured The car th.n -- new launch which will b* used Mght a
'plunged Into* A' dlteh- Th* eteeftn .. ferry between the city and South ?

rl boy'gear may pre 1 not badly recover wrecked,, Both. The, Wriitiotlp Injure! A DOUBtE CNisEXPECTED ] CULLENS NoD F. F. DAVIS FOUND'NEGRO acketnvllla Tics present; boat hew been In use forvrnl ,b :{,,

and Ononbo, hi. mechanician, werunconscious ,: ; years. and for snmd time past .'
when' picked up but coon: , haa been liadoqunt In meeting Ih* dr
t revived. mallei. of the.ri Idly Increasing trafflo to y

MANGLED. ALABAMA PROWLING IN HIS BARN .id frotn the city. 'The new ferryboat
ANOTHER MAN IN '
WNtRl I' will be for pannger only. It will b*
Elliot Shetard (Amerlcun) ran Into : SOLE eo feet long, W feet wide and will bets
*:mil II at Iturf'a Corner on the ..1.lblap e' . draft of I4 : new ferryboat
Pt.WIJ'I
mid enenited.bolh hla lope so ee I 111 b* '" a 40horeepowefuolln ',
Verely that amputation Weep necessary. I' *' engine end will b* capable ofaklng
VVAONKR (FHl NC11MAN) WINS Indignant Citizens Board Train to Meet the Man When Arrested Said He Was Trying to n, fait time 4
designed by A. D.
The new boat was
t Loulp Wgner driving a French. car .. Ma Dooald's 'Iot rest Elude of the M.rrllI-lIl"v.n. Com. '"
.
Police.John
Bays the SI..plt.n. .
won toe race by three minutes Wagner Sheriff and Two Negroes. and(\ will erect about W.MO The tram t
,.
I I. known.. on* of the met .expert . p.n In Jen.on II.hlp :,
been set
already ui
I
work as
driver In h.urop: H. first attracted in Windsor Hotel. yard ...n'b.(\ hulI.* now prnctl ;.
attentltn by, winning a race for lightnara evldonc of where the negro ,. .
.u.ploIDU. ho found .
negrowaa completedIt
I :Wlllum| a very. two-third ;
Over the Ardennes circuit In lull>> ,. Mobil, Oct ':-A. commute of sixty Is not kno..n.what the program I.I but ,_ hud ben smoking In the. burn and .... cally I Is the Intention; of the builder. It
where h. won 100 kllom.ler. In U mlnUle. the Is that the prisoner will caught prowling around the premtecs .
men left."b"Oil': the Southern Railroad feeling kfrajd be would burn up tho buildingHe th. new ferry' ready for service
II.v*
a 41 second Wagner was a team ba taken from the sheriff and lynchedor and In the barn of Franklin F. Doeta also charged Hint VMlllam hd stolen According to the plan u'I. '+
male etI1.m.ry.who won the Vander .t I o'clock this morning to meet\ burned outside: of MobllaTwo' .TUB PRICE A SECRET at the 'oomer ofWor.ythntreet and his coachman clothing The prls- wl.hln, new sixty craft days,11'11be up.to-dat In very
"
bllt cue. In 11105. but dropped out who I retbrolegtrom FieriJa. .bout 1 o'clock thi I.
cup Sheriff powers I. thouennd writ met the Louisville avenue oner wa, given thirty elton him ownatalement .
after tl,re* rounds Wagner s time Wai Birmingham with two Mobil 'nqgroeshergei and Nashville train' this morning. i : morning '. that h* hal no home no peel
110 minute 10 I-B seconds, Lanrti a' the I 'WIlIl.ama was arrwted. by FnllremanIxird mean and no employmentTHfc . FIHM.me .
withcriminal uwault The but were dleappolnted non.ap- AN E"KROIIITIO "Sz
.. ( DEED OF ALE AS FILED IN COVNT
second. "l minutes .4-5) second.. the sheriff and prisoner, and was. charged with being a sus- _
to meet the sheriff pearanpe'of OTHER CASES
l)UY.n third, Jenatssy fourthTracy committee expect |...*,,- character,' In the Municipal fMarylasd 4
the other route\ Aveaer
Mobil It who had by .sea eer
and the prisoners> north, of gone : CLERK? ,OFFICE! 'TO-DAY. Davis said that Robert Alston was retooled far bent A. '
car ran Into a boy namedHerbert Court lhl.morplng Mr led DepMll Co,
Fidelity
llaldwln. of Norwalk Conn. he had caught Wlllluma Inkhls I burn twice Ing hla wife and 11'.' fined '10. Th weeen

breaking one. leg and fracturing both before, where the nnira hid taken lodging raid that lie not only boat her, but KITectlve October lat,, Messrs Jamesmxon

anklea; and It 1 I.. thought he I. Inter' MAY YET GOVERNOR Mr Calleas,: Hew I. Owarr .t Two In his Carrlago. and had warned him broke up She furnlluro./ It of the popular Insurant firmJames ;
told Mr.; Davis Andrew Donnell and Fred Moore, .
gaily Injured.The to.keep away. Th. negro 0' Faxon Daniel", were *p- ,
.
man injured by Elliot: machine ..ateadld Blork Right I. th* Deer that he wee frying to keep out at the i two plain drunks. wen dischargedAll agents fir the state
,. amid that : colored "fllll-O'Donnell. polnlfld general
died laterCIBAN. . way 0' "they police. }d Duvle
.f' Ik. City_.Tk. ......1 Terml.atl*,. fu. the Fidelity and Deposit CompanyMaryland. y
------ bonllIn.
of This U I the largel -
mttiitaMNTi GAIR IP: .,, OF PANAMA CANAL STRIP ; ITntted Btutea andes a
''. In the
I C tile Dodge ;will caa*. g company '
-" '- business of all
POPE RESIDENCE general bonding
.Trey 'J'r.1.*. fk* As.,..... but< FrankT: .Cullens; : the;genial, WJndso, HANDSOME kind.a. Anyone desiring bonds let any J'
'
Had <. Ulv* Vp.
same
f Hotel proprietor. now own all,, of .th" : ncrlptton: may promptly aoqulr tir

Havana. ; Oct ..- : ;detachment ,of 800 In A Jacksonville Boy Who Has Steadily Climbed : property. He ha acquired tha 'Inter o"t. phoning. II Jl No Ryles 114Mr : former general '

tsrgenhrude Into Curldad a suburb viIh . I of his )late partner Mrs.; Dodge. ; deceased. ; BOUGHT BY J. R. TYSEN gent of this company. was compelledresign
.
liaohale city of and Puerto Prlnolp wavlni Ladder of Fame I from Rev; A. ....' MacDonald and wife. I) to, on aerount of tils ,entended
threatening the peopleTwenty Fidelity and Deposit
Th.
"horn Mr. Dodge bequcsthed.ft'in. ; : he rl' I.w business.
Aimvlian marine* from u. d*- _
o ..-
Comp.lI, Is to be congratulated on
tachm.nl or duty at uerta I'rim-In.,. will )lr. Cullens will: continue to opera tII cervices of such an ener-

went lo Carldad. dlsperaed Inaurgent ancirrested link- after the l'th* hotel ' A-springfle'ld Real Estate Deal of Interest. : tlc ring: firm th.* r
thirty-nln*. II D. blued. lire present esaoutlvd.eero ago went to .n"huLto, r
Onral! CabaUero th. Insurgent lead ary fur Ut vernur Magoon. and who 1 I. s Unitedtnetea. government. ureh.e. It was only --nIlF.'haI he purchuee.t : R
0r. with too men. thereupon proceeded ti kndldata for Uovernur of, the .an..m4 from Franca. h* ,1"/Ipanlo/ Colonel block'of land near tab hotel, where t<\. 1 Will Leave for Frisco. CRIMINAL I.IBKI .
tits fieadiiuartar of the l'Om""nller olmarines anal line, ..as formerly. a residentI 01 illicit* tab secretary' and stenographervhen I i 9t. James Hotel formerly stood, Popes CI.Ir.Aknwewill
ad
and dsmandrd the but hall from Waycrois.Mr \ Ooverror Mignon was ''appointed A. K Terlar A..1.
rel.as ot| his I illy. now .
from d .. .
The following I* treted the deoi M 4aylonday
securoj Mr Heed pervlear. rileaide. Have Hearing
captured Insurgent. Inilead ut reles*. Hoed" Is a awn. of K. II need, whet h.
"leg them the Am.rk..anp disarmed Cabal I. In Vtaycros. and who wa one secretary; which lie .11.. hold. up to, lh. lied today and 'recorded In. the count] roost' Important sales. of city being mode by Tldd. the' real nigh man ) morning pest In th. Municipal'
Isro and his follower who could 'l. "Mstnwster of Jacksonville. Young Reednuidfalher '. present day I et.rrk'a.ofllL: On of the transfer0d.ay Th purchase prlo* I.I not known, but it \\ourt:! room Justice. Ferro will hold" 'ft'llmlnsry ,
t 'ught. Thereupon. Oaball.ro |.romlsedthat was ..1overnor Heed, o. It I* itatod that Ooverpor Magoon him I The deed 011' Beptember 17 13W. property mCd thi* fall was the I* believe to be a substantial Ague. W* trial, of the case of A. K.T.rlo .
all the Insurgents under his command "( ''rld&t\ I* recommending. )(r. lined:s appointment ot of the beautiful Second rut understood that Mr. and Mr. Pup" will and Alfred Bt Clnlr. .Abram, &
would disarm Young Hsrry Reed left Aay cross shout aa Governor of the canal *on.. Angus M. MacDonald. : a* executor of the of Mr D. Ii: Pop to the veteran numbs. their bomB In flan Franclaoo" .wher. olut irged by ..-Qor W S. Jmnlngs withnilnsl
eve year ago set was ipluyed with. Mr Reed I I. thoroughly conversant withnoIrs last will and tesyunent\ of Ablilo R home the aaln l lCIHftlT their muny frends wish them successgrai libel In putllshlng In ,the Tare t
commlesl atVoallngtdi' around Panama HI selection a* wholesale grocer .S. R. Tysnn ,'. Herald a cartoon alleged to haven
TO NOMINATE rANDIDATri. the fishery Dodge deceased and Angus M:: "
9 I..t.r h was In th* auditing departn en Governor, will live great pleasur> tohis > N""j 1 .... n llhelou
I ..t. section Itt township south rangiM
.
l[XH ld In Ill own right and Annie
rue D* Mr..Me stet. ('.aTe.ll.. I, .mid when (C't.I"n 1 NI.rli. "m. four yera numerous friends In this section : I COIBTAaetker .astCarolln. _Th. defendant will It,* represontnd by ?
r .._".....". C.*...... ,T*>Uiylloston ; -, I 00..14.bl.; wife of the county of Han- i cer- IT; Bhad (widow) lo JosepllniF orney* J. K lUrtrlrtue and Ci ngre_ r l
FIRST RIOTER ARHK1TICU.llsala : A'I"!' IMPORTANT .EICTINU cocll. and Slate of Main*, 'old ,to Fran); i iT. Itl-,....". MH Dlerr.dMr BMtellnl for MOO. lot 'W. In block( 14. m.n Frsnk lark. and the prosecutli by
? Oct. 1-The I>amoei atle Stall I Cullcuaor J.clL.onvlll.'C"v.1 county. *ealo.. llysbaaa.Judgv of the oeoui,dary supplement of Bur Hon. Ii U: Kli-tolinr A nun.b-r of wit-
i
Km..nll"n assembletl Be Held Knbjnt* ef OU .... ---- the have been summoned by built idle Sr
In Iremont Tern Will Try <. (C"vle Mem ken Will ky bridges Addition 10 Jacksonville" on n.seem
ria. for IUW all their title and Inter.Ht ctam
pi*. with a. fuU ,. ,....ntat1on from *y. ..,. I Tuesday Nlgka. rljiht. i Call: va In Circuit Court west. *ld. of 8t( Louts street anel 'the' hearing .111'0 elt'lUh' by lergelrtended
cry oountry In' the old Bay mate. Thi .f <** Rewat In and to all of the following. pieces,. short whIM th!* rcelteuitoolEIIa < J. C. llrcvley ta MOM Btrtn, for |I4 .. Th Km I'.. been\ set for 11o'duc.ll. fi

trite eandldaty u iirimouruuHl, which. .mused leas greatly by the Moran ills. -.. Atlanta,, Ort ;:::Th* first arrsst In i Tle.rs'wUl b* meeting;; of tile Jacksonville , I :> nwl-being* lot In or lie.tract city of of land Jstksomllie altuat 1 lying' sod : a Anal N-'ItarIHdi.'vs decree. (\In tics'Wllll dlr! llanrldge'. Riverside lot 11, of, subject lloss' plemmtal ta two mortgage pIM at of : -

-h I.***... and even frightened the. roinerstive '- connection with lbw recent rill was Council Knight of Columbus lOMrtbexl a fellow: I The wtfo Nettled that she wee 91 yean. 11.M) each. at I per. cent Interest U-MATKRHOHK PtMl. eI.
.
\' ., fur Nunn. U surely the death tcmde fI.t..rd..y, when W.lter Ed.monde tn their halt In the Herklm.r buildingTuesday All of 101.'J.'L" i'I and I. In block 44lecordlng i nf ego and had resided bore all her llf -

r; had at the feast Their hep I. In Itaugla butcher( placed In, jail evening.Octob.r 1.,1100. The ,. to the I. D Hart map of sell| Bh* was married on April I. J901.! and let. Tess.- 'Vr.ll rth*|| Uas**. ,.. t'.estruAwarded '. Htlwa.b.sylrsrTbe i
a
was being bounded on ties north by Du U 1001 on *ecount ..( t> Plhlaa.
lure J'j
( )
and although he has said that K. will called to order ::r'.l' the Bfondanl on :
Ih. granj jury lndlrlmanl chargli,g meeting I b* : east by llogan street, south bydaaru i orwl 1 treatmentreulting .
would nut run again. they hop to persuede on promptly at I cUKk by Urand KnightW of hr huabrnda Austin Tern! Ol S.vTo-d.y the V'nlWerslly Th. Hoard of ublld Works hev.rdvd
Mm to underlak the Edmonds u charged with have .. etreet and west by Julia street from hi. Jealous dlspoelllon InlIot urciUhlng a .I'
rice mllrd. for
a sea T Cotter, and the attendant of all football team meets th* United .. the contract
end lime In order to ,.11... hem trum his Is th. Windsor Hu.te| property. her to talk lo any on*. Tw to
allowing the walerworlui plant
Frank Smith, met a.budnese for
.klUed negro I earnestly requested
log Is I pump
member
Also lot t. In block 4J f city tHan'. map while In a await Bute regular army team from Fort Bam !
wh.t they regard as an 'Impending. calamity will b* trao.setel. .. week after' marrtrg. ::Fred M HIWOII stem fun.|> Comly ;
renter, whll the Utter was runsingsaga of importance .t the wuthw.s4 corner of Hogan sciJtd.m. SLeohna river thewife this city. This I I. th. first i .
|o far. hoeevw. Mr' Iwugla bcgive At th. last regular meeting aletter boat crowing the Houston, In .... of Mllwauke Wl. Tic cvst ".
the north slist to
being ninety
vlsduot airMts attempted
no IndUathm that he will' reoon )Forsylh street pursuedy mat Deputy I says liar husband of Ih. season _but the untvereJtylearn will be 111,100., '
alder hi. ..p.) ...siHl d..mln.t. nu to b :a mob TbS police aspect to make HoutwelU wss of received Bt. Augustine from appointing of the at. one hundred fwl of kit throw hr out ef ha best and drown gam has been practlclnf Unc September The' new. pump will have a Tt>.rlt,.
Mr the n.U again. Mora* I.dellant an"IIr.n" .. In block tl. city, I but w** prevented by Anna Bills of water day
a
shortlyKRInKBttTTIVKt John district In liar, 01 7000IKJO gallons
.. ,
.
other arretla, Murphy deputy r
Alo all of their right, till and 11.lfI".tof l them. On
,
. with td
" and cult he will theonventkn In the boat '
Ih
carry
was Jnreasa watapgpoly
the absence of Mr James F. Mead. who acid. who ... Irh will greatly
kind. nature description" .
vry with a click.In '
by surra Hut the oons.rr transferred' )*IB lie best her /In the sIll. Th* s mogul now ;
live ere nghtlng him with determl NCUB PAM'S wa* promoted and IJn to tIItb.r.t law or equity. of. In end to to all June Ihle.' court today Jackson UIwlUt NEWS NOTES OF 1".tHF.T. :: I* shout 11 o..000 gallon* f.
the Atlantis toast log Dumped
Tamp by mludf .
Gt th* property. reJ. pereonsj or ThomasOwen.
ration and .begin. In belie far putt gaJnt
vlrtory I. Mel.. by Injtltutsd This new will supply tee
Arba.eo of Wlebr.se 4 Railway Company' the firm of Abbl K Dudg; and Frsnn Till and lb. ash. of pay pump
*
lUnJly. pnuentxl
alooac,7 "u'.utAt'1tC'IIJO.: : ..., Salts. .f Turkey.Conahslleopl. An Interesting. program has been' nr T. Cultona. 1.le oo-parlner doing busl .Company A Bon and. Action the to onfcrM a lien his A wife ChlraRO..tba man,," In order to withdrawher .mends of III. clip fur .1 "least 10
tinged ky Lecturer A, M t Keefewhich Ih. Arne nanx and ctyl rfKxlg Trust y.ar..
.t tinder and labor. . Danisges |1.Wet 11..ur h* bad mar, usesfor .
; Th Sultansterdsy will b* pleasing .to ..1I'wb and Ih. nnte. Issues, for' material deposit. -- ---
4 CUIlen
I' Pnrlsw I. ID..... Islroul U t". .. Oct. Very IJ * 'h. dust than the ache. f.r.NtKOI' A/TION.-

literary Wald, )'. officially yecslvcd. Amb..... attend. ---- "rnflu and aocumulallnns I subert thereofThis '10 a Real r..ii; Tranafera.Today Milwaukee I I. discussing/ the question., ,

dor, IXshman '..11I0'preeented hls ere -All ..*.<. "Wltb ....... r.o.tl\I property In favor* of the Penn mortgageM Mutual How cold should .boer ..."- flldn'l ..... ".....-*IIU. rl;elM. 4 ......y Ad.V. .
N... York, not t-Rldg.way'p N'..kly. ...ilalaaa'Uir'Ant ambaw.dat'or; ;; Itre if Iniuranr Company. which I* a*- In the om" off the oounljcbNk mow any on In Milwaukee M beer sit' ..... Haaiee *f Trei.ra.yrte.
fat
lit* new "mllUsnl weekly for Od awl Wed for record deed a*. .
Wulllna'oll"0..1". ta th. were arpuod-(long ewiugh ta get cold Kle irln C'
rtmnlry" to be publisrwd" by Ik* Ittelgowar \11.11 lutaa to Turkey jmed by Ih* puirhaserMaiwmoy Ju".0".111.. < < mmny
..T.b.m.......,; lmulianoualy In satisfactory aspect of affairs In Cuba, ", w'l' widow\ and" J. J. Up. A eolleg of love-msking ha t>en *.. .... led a meeting of H. 'Irslntimn listhi
roortaon plan. from New'York City to Tk. ( ......... Decretary Taft has ten asked If InM ,Tslra1J.* 11I1. Dw+vrn4 Martha an4 Dyal wife( to W B:. Choker, for Ubltahed at Mllwauke*. Now. K. make .. sic d ann"un..4 .n Inrreas of ape '
judgment. .It I.* necessary ta s.*JI church their work. nrUv they should .give oklneately I il pit CCALJf-lh-.tr weg"e.
I Franilavo. tw.*a pablioaUan lo Uy. of tie. DyatCpcburoie !
Pan The Other .ttla. *** an Uaelain. Itill.del\ Washington, Oct. .,,-..'1'11I. anew be.eau mar troops than. tk., Poe .'!.w.1. board City. Pa:: Ocl C.-Hi4_ Rjul.ig It*. JoLL..q.hlor.aubdlvlatoa "diy.I ... --- ---- ; ; msrrlage-IkxneeEU: fllpjpmaaIn Is I I* file Opted advanr ni.rfe lit the,
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plum, Itdsburg I Uvelaad ChMwgfi MmtteatwIU. 'Issued a bulletin. showing theuantIVy j.. .e_J..... iumner, dui(a Havana ... OM and Iron Company ,announo* CmnpoJiy ta Charles A.Prow. Chlcego'kho pullr., ,*r* aha/ling. *l .Inmea.* ws..s stare. the p.,......* of
I Bt' Unils.: I Ihwwr: Ma* Fran: *f cotton taken tor pomump- today .r to-morrow H. ha. not yet wt they. tears.dlarmered. a very, v luaI . I Tb*.UpHnirlleld, for Hit! th* owl 4n fret i>l c clid auto which emceed Ih* spued limit Tile '" properHr. by Stone, WrUIr,
.4KB alll,' New OfUniu.. Viaahlngtoa 110' by mannfarlurer. pad th. kmdual twprrd.d andIn th. nvanwhll\ prep "Is.I aeaiii .. anal .M the Mohcnoy valleyi a"rln.lI..eI **delrtn I I. aw111tndwith. tl.r..tMs .out. four year *...' 'and bring. .the '
block Is.
dad AlUukln. Th. n.u iiterprla excites I consumed the last rotten year ..al\\... conUnu for th* disnairfe of i le I mil/ and .. ellhlh wide, tw.lvrlet "In....Mh Braehalll ta C-fcsrl.s a [)eeI1. wuUMin. of title vplt betaeen bK two i '. tl III........ up to1 per rapt II'11I"rI1I1fJllltl a
ODlKlt lnlrt.. *. H cenali' .ly .. uBtau* wcaItLISt poly; leaving the. unoustIsla a faro .L M*. III'" .. rbjuiall deep and< .*il.jial4 la eoataln oooj' WA B yet gel' land la UM VS n. Cr*<( natural\ ,eoemJi* ; tbs wages {sl4'Ia IK. y
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t*"-MMM > +++++++4+*+ ll+t'ii' FOR RENT-ROOMS. VJ-ANTED. \ Real Estate for Sale I \

I; ; :SPECIAL- NOTICE.. : urn Christie & ChristieREAL dSlCHEATHAM"[ "

F.r Olker Sperlale Ire tenet\ Page. For otker 8v..lale Se. Ifext Pac ,
Pi' ! -Cle_Ir4 A4vrrtlraete ..f \ I

I*! 'ii', ton ,,*... e>r more ** ibi.b pare I FIREPROOF OARAGE 44 West; AdamAutomebll *-.
'. Wonn. FOR RENT---T..o nnfumlehed connecting and liurtch luppliee), rellable JOSEPUR
b. taaerted fOr OKU eT A [ R1 DUNN
1. ......... ...... '....0... front rooms use of ytu rant KIATz repair efflcleni workmea eat ESTATE. REAL ESTATE I
U East Korujth, upetalr. work guaranteed .
P1... .._ ........--.. Storage j- 1 FOR RENT :
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|ji: t.... ......111.1. -- ;m--;: ;:; :
, M 44iwee4 I. : NKATI.T!: furnished with boa'rtl.Ml WANTEE>-Toii to paon IM to*' blool.
.t4..' + -Weet Monroe. wood, II load delivered.WANTEF .. West Building 110 W.ForsythSt.
i i Th. ... ...... ef all pwe" .. + FOR SALE:
." < ......,.. ..11_ erlsTBeel vrl<-Border*, M week! meal, tl $5,000 for a beautiful Springfield ...
1 i''I..... will ... _r.ct4. Tbelr 4 ; room, one block from postofflce; b"th' tee Main jtreet. i home 9 curly in. Lots in West La Villa $200 T .kee e CMV .;
,, Basae* will ...t .. give, I.qutr.es. ..law ) i and elrctrlc light Ocntlemen preferred rooms, pine! '
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: i eli Julia treet. WANTED-Position \enographer, b7: tenor finish, swell plumbing;, 'large S 'i1

) A..nl_... ... .bia ....rt. iwo -- young lady; experlvirea and wining to upper and lower piazza i, full lot, f 1o $500,20 per cent cash, \

' s>ea< ...*. .... ....I.... at tkla. n-mly furnished room .to rent.. Rl tart reasonable.. Address, ZERO, this modern home .
S | 10| .dee net late ...ea t e>elark te ) I East, Forsyth street office.PHOiJf. 1 70x123: an east front. The owner balance easy terms. The Complete, FOR SALE \

I ... ... .-"'" ---- of this has left the This price
.r.Iv. Iua.IIrSU 1 'RINT-o'.e; city.
.S y.. .....ti. ROOMS TO !: to four; fur ? teN for nice room, furnish' f best investment'' In the Springfield lot 72x208
t . is sacrificing the best in At low
i nlahed. unfurnished, reasonable. Call or unfurnished.VAXTFTDRoommiite. I NopeVty a price I to a part who will
+++++++ HIM If* I IOM Went DuvaL Springfield. build a rice home, the I lot aC the sooth.t .
city.
___ \ with young gentleman S 8 rooms, $5,500. .. corner of 8t John avenue and .
FOR RENT-Dhrew nicely fureiphroom. ; flret-clnse hoard; large front I $3,6oo-A delightfully locate King aired, opposite the home of Mr

HELP WANTED. at 4)3 Itivetelde arertue. room; table board, IS week. 117 East Bainbridge Richardson 3 new0tiouses 7 Fred Terkea,' This 'I* on,* of tb.l Bneeth
Springfield home of 6 rooms. This rooms
----.---- Alhl.,. > di a lot*. In Rlverelda.. tOes water
THREE unfurnished room wanted at I house is modern in every waypei- nd sewer connections Will not sell
J... Oth.*i........ Ire Jfemt Peare.VICAKTEDCook mire b/ couple without children, all 'VANTED-Fllrnlah.1! or unfurnished fect condition the best SIT VEST FOHSTTH ST. Springfield, one $3,150, :::Pt to a party who will build 'oft
convenlrncFl Ring I'hnne MB.ft houne; centrally located i permanent; no very a.Nine.

S .t one*. Apply |M V" children Address Box 830, city. plumbing and electrical fixtures I .. others '$3,000. I Basy! lot. left on a new Street that I.
BAT.' clean furnished room.. II and -- now bung through '
Aduni itreet.pS - -- large barn and servants' house graded th. Jamei .
: --' II,M r"-r' week, sloe' < two connecting \VANTED-Posltlon a* billing Icerk orbookkeepw property, on Bt John avnu*. Thus '.. ,

WANTED-Cook and man Tor hou.. and rooms, for K per month. unfurnlnhcd by young mM experiencedand $1,700 cash 6 per cent onthe_ bal terms. street I will\ run from St. ,John avenue ".
1032 Runt Church .treet.5 near Florida give good reference CLERK 10 the river 't
can and win ba raved with
yard work. northeast corner Forsxth ance. W. It. '!RIII'". no. M. MOTT
and .Washington.AOENTS aventieFOR Mrtropoll 5 brick and ldewnlk, will, b* laid.
"- : "' $2,650 for a 6-room house on Fer .... lip liner and water com. nee t Ion*. The**
: ;;; ; ;
FOR RENT-Tw" large connecting borne.bfl
WANTItD-'l'hree four Punfurniehed I5nprtvpmots .
or
will
within
-Here'. the ch.noe of your lifetime \ be completed
Ea.t Monroe. ronnie, .; control locality. D. H. C. care Laura street. This'needs no elab- liurty day. Lots will have view
IM floe
; .om.thlngentttell ti w; ._ _:.... \ a e
q'qS weekly. eeally mill.; .ell. In every RENT-Furnl.hlld-- all modern -- W. V. Tel Co. 'orate description. The price. on 8RING & BOYD or the river, I h.v. sold live ot tlie.. -
DEXTBR I'"omo. I"te! to parties who. will build 01a.m.1|
t5M home Writ for full particular this does its talking.,
BUPFLY TCO., Caiton building, Improvements Apply los Lafayette LADY, employed I during flay, wants room i own seine of them will commence at on .,

; *treet. :.. and. 'beard where there are other board- Lots Everywhere for Everybody ass DiaI-Vpekvek .efl8lag. ...... CHRISTIE & CHRISTIE rh.ei. rematnfng lots ,,11b.* sold to
M rjjhlcago.WANTEfVReartdant ---_. .._ .. era; permanent; give term. Addrcie, ana.rOB.10DAYSOm.. imrtliwho will build at the low price. ,

.4 selae agent In every ROOMS-Three unfurnlehed one furnlehed "BOARD." cexe Metroproll Purse.Joseph'R. >f II.000 each which, price Include all
floor. Vejt _
; ,Areplace first lEt S >f the above mentioned .
Improvement
Jtown to' eit bll.h permanent businesshandling Dutal. JUST ...received ilxty thousand, pound ol' DiAL VPCHUBCH BVIUDDtO, rermi
our good t -.t&ple lln.; dellghtful Dunn S |ie. cash, balance to suIt pur
T to 12 .
from
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cuter cured hami. prloe ; ihar.
time 120; to 130 week .
S work for .par :
furnletied fcron
FOR RENT-Largo room cant per pound. Write 102 Bridge streot .
k lyt big opportunity fop live gent.. Write all convenience The Wtit Building.' -
or two gentlemen or telephone Not ZtM. JACXSONVIL4.ZPROVISION !
k to-day. PUROX CO..,408 W. North avenue We offer three Iota on Riverside
ISO Julia etreet, near Windsor. AND COMMISSION CO.
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III Ge. A.. oaneu.CARROLL.. Walter 11. SbUe
Chicago --- avenue at prices tray below the '
FOR RE'NT-81J1 furnished room. up- tVANTBD-C.n furnish room and boart roR' ULJ:
AORNT8-W.k. up! The harvest I* at. ....1... at tOll West Bay street, lIne 10. to on. or two young men In private market; best of neighbor. ] full & SHINE HOPKINSREALTY I [ 605 .
making Ito\ weekly) pocel.biutiee
hand Other. cation for boarder. family. 4J1.Best Duval. lots. Ash for prices. ,
unlimited. How are then for -
For other C.reUI. ... Next Pa*..
t M oents lellen. I bar u8Orte4PI: SMALL furnished apartment for housekeeping WANTED-To buy smell bom AddreM _
:, bar with baking powder free; REAL
pound choice locution. 1011 Riverside
FOR SALE!
cityWANTEDTO Jacfcjonvill
Dog Ktt. or exchange for "
with nickel-plated aclHon free _, 27 Iota in me! "
I bar avenue property: Houee and lot and four vacant ypringfield\ S ESTATE '

SC t""or. combination, unit '& ntwtih per*. put 11.500 In negro property S Iota, King street on proposed and all south of Eighth street, out I
well-furnlehed
shampoo FOR RENT-Large T.
that be bought cheap Address car line. St Fla.
New
can AugustIne Ap BROKERS
.. I bar Cuticle : and west ranging in from
ortmeht price
T bare .oep room. adjoining bath! .11 modern Improvement I* O,. Metropolis office. ply J. C. FARREW. New BC Augtn ,
& I bar buttermilk and I spoons 221 River _
soap, ; private. family. tine. n.05000 to $1,600.00, and on
i free) copt. 11 'cent*. Can you beat' 111Largest .Id.>avnu FOR Surety Bond of all forms, apply to 'We are offering some exceptionally -

\ inianufacturere" : established ten ,.----..-- JAMES D. FAXON. phone B74._ GOOD aeoohd-band, one-hone deliver] terms to suit. attractive homes for sale. See .
,.ar.. No middleman'. pronto Each NICELY famished room., opposite "Wlndor wagon,, HO MacIBay.. If interested call and see us. Mo
: (Ja,'* delay mean 110 lo.t. DAVIS hoteL Us Julia tret. WANTED)" couple; board In private trouble abow us at once and take your choice.Telrpkoae .
to
3_ BOA? CO., U Union Park Place, Chi. "'- family or quiet room; near In. FOR SALEFortycorel: of land, twenty; ] property.H.'S .
DELIGHTFUL room In private family. 10S4. SO*) W. P'es'YOk It.
: c.." COUPLE care Metropolis cleared, variety oC fruits; good piece t.
421 Main street, flat I.
for country tore, Will aell for hail:
WANT second-hand howoeie. AnwerSHOWCASE value, at Cambon. Fla., seven 11.11ccmeat
HELP: A.NTm-M.I.I.: FOR RENT-Furnished. room.. houee- !, car Metropoll ot Jacfceonvlll. B. A. HUM
keeping. tin N.ln..treat.. ___, SIMMONSSHAYLORCOMPANY
ANTED.-Counter and fixture. ; ."It.. JPHItBT. S DENNY .

r.r Other .Cpe.i.t.S.* Nemt Pege. FINE furnl.hed .partm.nt.; bot and ble for millinery, C. C. BISBEE WO FOR' 8A1:.E>..Snow white curly; longhaired .'
cold water In room.. 18 West )10111'0&. Cedar drOOl.WANTEDMaslagi. Real Estate. 'ICYlI
r poodle pope Main and Seven
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MAN '. Jlfl Ea t Bay RENT-Two furnished large airy room: treatment, twice aWMk <

I youngmen only( He May street. . Address GENTLEMAN Metropolis FOR 8ALE-BuII4Un. .and. North '.,..eSHOS.D $650 Iris NEAR TIME '

EXPERIENCED: : male stenographer Office. etre..t. row for Real
J. It., .re Metropolis. FOR RENT-Large front room pleasantly begin your reckoning
wanta position. ....... Corner.on Wa1 Iut street east
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S .....' -- situated Springfield; on* block fron. WANTE>-PoeilUon In general merchandise FOR aAlJB Bar flxture ,Address 8. K,.'' Choice Riverside Avenue Lot !. We plowed the !ground, so
clode
to
ACTIVE man wanted to advertise, SI car line. ROOM( RENT. II EaSt. B... by a No 1 young man with eight care MetropolIs. erp frontage ) pavementand sit have to do is to look over'
blblt good and mancg branch of large yean experience Can give best refer the best street car service in you
IIS week; FOR ABNT-The Plsrld room*. 'Main double ldo our list and select what want.
mall order house salary per ences. E. C.,< Metropolis FOR 8ALHJ-Cott! Highway ITM: the city S Corner lot on River you
withadvancement and Adam. unfurnished. for sleeping ,
epItMS paid| permanent position -" cash balance
term UO $500 as rent will
i down. IW month. Writ BO1a. ,
v honesty more essential or office: nine need apply unions they A WIDOW fond of children. : living l ; In olty. avenue for tale at a bargain. This
_t than experience. NATIONAL CO., 120: are honorable enough to carry out all suburbs would board and oar for two _, $1,400Corner buy a large 7-room house in

Chestnut .tree(. Philadelphia. PS.S agreements' ejptered Into. TI8CHL.ER & R..rlhcl.Jlven/ and re 250 blocks from
O! three. FOR BAVK-Sprlntrneld re Atrnce of part Laura street in lot is 100 feet on avenue by Springfield( two cm-
:
-- COi Placlda. sMoty., Adams street, ALMIRA this office.WANTUD S on ,
-- quired. VXloxSTA .
leaving olty. Address Metropoll Is
line. This house new and his
WANTWTrUetWO7thY man Tlnankg near Main Oak street
: otdee.FOR Springfield ; eastern, frontage; running through to ,
branch office and distributing depot top ] -fltrangere to call at 13$ Bridge never been ocoupied Th? entire
manufacturer; aalary to .tart I.ACB CURTAINS washed and stretched second-hand furniture and : very desirable and close in. ideal location
r large street for SALB-JOne G&-horepower A tin and will make an house is. modem illt\Vuy,
.
k. with IIKO for flrM year paytble \I by ELLA FORD, ISM Florida avenue; .tov_ boiler COO"'n....; one 05horsepowerengine These sacrifice prices way.
_.S monthly and .atr. oommleelon andxpvnie work uaranteed 5- -.- In flrat tuuM ronaUJon: one'.em are for a home. Lot 48x203. PriM $3,500 ,;

r *. ,Applicant must hav* good WANTED-Offlce, position: good etenngrapher of coaL Apply PURE WHITE TURPEINTINB offered for a few days only for (1,000( cash balance at 7 per cent, h7
i4S references and lIMO cesh. capital se DRINK union beer; blggeet. .be t good reference. INDUBTRI- consult at ,
; If interested once
til Dual
i cured exnerlenoe unnece, ...ry.drees AI!. .... So. and never get bilious. -.1 OUB' oar Metropolis.. CO, building quick sale buys 7-room house oi\ East

MANUFACTURER<< PoatolttceTRAVKTLJNa I BON NEPHEW, Jaokwnvlll ---" A FEW more teis'.doilarlotllett. K B Can Make Easy Terms. as the offer is sure to move it. Sixth 'street ;r has all .modern improvements , i''
Box Tit Chicago, III. WANTED-Several more icu of book '
FOR RENT! -Furnished( room, ROPES DrLand Fla. .... lend in to suit and is new and in
--'-- to keep, book. opened and closed. WMBAOALET SOS Mala Street. P. Ml Money to sums.
HAN with several yean lug bath,, southern exposure. ; comfortable ,. M East: Korsyth; phone. FOR BALB! -Ticket Jaekaonyllle to New fine condition. Price $3,150.) "
for In light and airy; with private family borrower '
Jacksonville experience open territory. enfKfetnent T31AVELJER", ; all modern Improvamente; convenient , 1651. York A. C U, cheap O., Armstrong tl.BOO cash, balance long lime :

eer&' MetropolILCb.xW to Wlndtor, Art Kan and Du- WANTED-To furnleh plan and *peolllcatkmi Jrla.'FOR. will buy a fine home on Cedar
val Hotel beat restaurant* and boardIng H "t'
WANTB7D to make concrete houe. *. C.U.t .No 41. JVVest Du1.tr. attention for. parties given going to all to work build. W.; 8ALA-Cypr.... poita. any length TeUykem.ITS*. street* in city proper. House\ has I

poets g. B. ROPES, Del..and. ria, .... ,. H.prompt BAYER, Boom T,,MWeit,Adorn*.' .or *|M, cheap JNO..M.: STEVENS, \ ; RtAL ESTATE 15 EAST FORSHII STREET. large airy rooms snd ,is finished .

-, -;; SACRIFICE BALE of eoond-hnd oak .I INI'lSTHUftJlfJRT'MtJC5. throughout in an excellent man 'I
S ;,WA.N'J'BD-Brtcht: boy with' wbe.i.SS Apply FOB B.ENT-BOUau. WANTED-Phon* Illl; furniture. furnIture. and itove BRITTAN, U, 'TIMBER. LANDS.OPAN06 Price $6,500.
GRANT, Florida Electric nero
to MR. : moved, etored FLORIDA FURNITURE Bridge MOVES,

-i Com pall'._- COMPANT Cedar. Forsyth., 13( War RUWVTH Ar.: $2,000 cash, balance long time
Fet Otkec Ipeehals See ReatFaga.FOR FOR BAUE-Brlckbati, and, between rucftt jjeA fine $ house
buys a .room on
\VANTEn-A flnt-olaa waiter at Tot W4NTED-EaohBn. motorcycle for
S and Dnvli West
Jefferson on Ray
tc Laura street JUlNT-l"Iv..room! cottage, TO] Rosalie .anything equal value.- "MOTOR" Metro treet Apply J. B.! ARNOUT, 138 We. saeoolrJner.om, north frontage paved house etreet almostnew close An Excellent Laura street, Springfield;'has .
U.. '
S WANTRISli able-bodied colored men street. IUM par month; modern DO ... Bay etreet. In Springfield. Tbl la *A tdfal home lawn and shade trees. A bar.

teadr Inprov.mAntsInulri, corner. Margaret : and will salt l aulok. in the true of the
SS a* truoKere and warehoueemen; MOVING etormge,' packing .hipplng'Iymen FOR BAI.IO L a.. on fifty-room hotel gain sense
and Rosalie etreeis. .
,54lI0.-.Cisolca i of either an l-room
employment, Apply with reference to who, knowIheir buslneta. FLORIDA
KINOAN CO., Ltd. UO !EiIi: Bay MOVING AND STORAGE!) COM. I Jacksonville; centrally. located, fully brInk dwelling In the burnt Ulstrlot OpportunityTo word., Price $4,000.
Ureet. HOUSES FOR RBNT-101 Ionia US; It1(tlenla PANT, Union and Dixie streets. Phone I equipped for bu 1ne ,balance of term fine location paved tret, *to.. ora pbeaa USe. It Llara .t_.
't" !4t VIctorIa, two with, privilege, of renewal; ,
13); 411 Georgia IK, year beautiful Colonial dwelling., 10 room, ,
for 110. II ERN DON ft; LORD, oOlc, room' 12. ISOO. Address B. B. UACDONKLL, III. astern frontage, paved street wInce us.Springflutd. t,
newS
MANAGER! to sppeintsectu West building 'exceptionally well- c- te ..Jr..I1.. Pap
an
secure
( (rent scientific fame. lawful everywhere *, IDS West Foreyth street \VANTED-Four (4) young; men for' one These are bargains.TIDD .

5r substitute forbidden plot machine large, airy front room. opening on veranda POE 8AI.K Oood, eecond-hand upright milt 8-room houso in a very desirable
modern oottss.Rlv
-f FIVE-ROOM! flaw and board M 60\ week.
: with nlckela pennle or ; room per
played
*;
quarter for drink or clvar Finish erelde. Apply MRS. ELLIOTT.. 6MCharles Central location. Addreu REASONABLE Clilokering piano, cheap Party leavIng location at a reuont.'bleprice Riverside Property
.t..to. town muit Mil, Address PIANO. thIs
$ beautiful. like Caen reilitari tented or car* MetfopoIli.WAPfVEDnuIders' offloa. "The Real' and on easy terms
Kid on payment; 13000 new In
t uee| am|eaey>l l. lent free. Propo.ltlon..111 FOR RENT-Seven-room house 1128 Weet. ; order for, flooring, "' kind ciflaak EstafeMan. W. have bautlfut lulldlnc, lot. |1'\
BOTTLES FOR
Adam street, CHR1ST1U A; CHR13.t lath, brick, sand AbB-All East Sixth street where so
-isp ilme* If an opening In your section.L'NlTKn siding, sheetlilng.' : ,
J ( SPOHTINa GooD MFQ 1'1jD.FOR also house bill. complete, with price and bottle for any u.e. Appt. ." I.U part. of Rlvcrald. and ,It Is a pl le.aetel
JACKBONVILLB PAPER AND BOr.TLE improvements are being
to ulU BT JOHNS'RIVER LUMBER many
i CO., ( hihcego. III. RBNT-Bwen-rOom house, lit CO.. SM Weal Pr. I" chow lbe,. ,
.
.;. CO, Laura "etreet. -
-- made.
month J. U. IltBNDRJCKB, Booth Jo1i.
; $I N.4I1 monthly\ made pasaln bill; I konvlll. YANTElBosrd, Room-to -rent.without. FOR BALD-Handmme tabll for apart. If have not ""fDRICK[ RUt (ESTATE'AGENC1.[ [ /
tacking signs, etc: life business; no I hoard hot Sod cold bath.. ttl ment dining room or office, round oat you yet seen our Every modern convenience In. ,
oanvaaeln CONTINENTAL 1 T>leTIUBUT1NO > ;
i table aawed, hand carved claw. '
Florida avenue. six quarter
BEHV1CK:, Chloaso IlL I RENT rooms-HOUM and bath on; on' car line. Apply Weal Adams.WAN7'P1DNIce.. io feet;,will seat five p nonii i coat 13. will Gillen Lots cluding tile sidewalks and excel.. 112 W. rorsyth 8tr.et,

ItM Spearing ci.1..1.I . ell for tlS. IK Bait Foreytn lret. aerVt Phon 693.
I OW ANTJOD.-O<>od'man In eaoh oounty to clime eels. lint.. pieces.METROPOLId lens car o. '

S /- repreeent and advertlee hardware department I FOR RENT: -Neat new lIye-r<>om cottage; OFP'ICm. FOR BALE .,.n.room cottage. Appl, -
I put out emnplo. eta; salary 111 month. Including. water.. Apply 111 .-- on premlue, corner FIsher and MUchti: Have a look to-day. The Let us tell :you about this home. '
;S 111 w.eiilyiIpetiie) Aioney advanced, East Tenth. itreet. Phoenix Park oar line. O. W. A Few of Our Bargains./
I Itepartment .A. 1HR CQLUW614UU'I I TOE BXNTTL.'ra.Fit GARDNER, price is still $125 and up, ,

Chlcsgo.WANTEftIUtaeraan. FOR HHJNT: -No. laM Florida avenue '
-&S- '- r nln. rooms; large yard, lit. Inquire at, Other. Sfeelal* Se Next Psy... FOR 8ALB Horee, wagon and _harneu according to location. ...--.*ven-room houe. Beaver 8k|'
i : to MIl our new line I. grocery, a few step north.. I Apply to L. HOWlnTZ.. MOVlntei BROWN REALTY CO. rent |l 10 per week, Trma

ISO embossed |met card to dealer In oily 1---------- .. FOR RENT-Upper and lower flat, with Place. lOng U, Monthly payments. Buy"
and "e.rbylownI, eel) at putt; liberal FOR IIICNT.-Elght.room' house corner of'I II bath 740 Talleyrand avenue.* Apply *u ",__Nine-roora lio'use, end .I.bl. lot
i uommlashm., Application" must give full Silver end Eleventh itreela. flret-olaae Main ctreel. ur JP Albert street. MORAl for ..le, TU East Union etreet now and get the benefit of 415 Dura? .Btdg. Telephone' 1925 71x11)1; Laura slrteu ,.
partlnular and' name of """n... ,men I condition. In per month to dealrabl! '
Wi a* ...'......r... UCNOX: MAN IT' ACTCRINO party or will nil for MOW; poo cash FOR RENT-Fumlehed Bat; thoroughly FOR BALB-Lathi and vhlngloi, M.OW the advances $*saeeo-.IIl.'tDom house, all lmprov

I'I) ,.'0., Dos IX, I' alnll.ld, N. J.llALKUMAM and III per month Eleventh street now quipped for housekeeping; ill modern feet,ibeatblng. 0. O. COLbKEN.: '. ments; West ClaUs street.

being paved QEO. W. CLARK. M convonloncee; IM month, ; water rent ant PREWITTE & AHERN house
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for Florida-Experienced Majn (treet.flEJVENROOM. electrIc light included; rentrslly located.Addree > FURNISHED or unfurnished* "handeome u.k... $517. Passe S Blues i Ba.hU.c.I . I-4hl4-Thr.a-room. htoiIeaomavenne.

-4 traveling man preferred, line of itapleor "CITIZEN." ear Meiropoll Laura strait home eight room and Real ErtaU and Lo ns.VIUIINCk.. S
5- ( ceneral tradei position permanent house for rent River. bath; all modern Improvements. Ail-
|. weekly. ) advance with vommlMlnn.BAVnricn ride 6.. Apply S. PKKMCNTKR, WO TilE NEW ENSMINGER FLATS Jut dress I!. X., car MetropolIs see D..IIP1I1I.C.; W. C. Warrington & Co., ..

'4 J.ltHUB; CO, Ueiroli. Weal Hay (...-et. opened, hardwood floors, janitor""" ,
bitch, S vice, hot and cold water team. beat) FOOtsAL.E.-At once, cottage. 110 Roeell D.I) E WHITEHOUSE 'on. half cash, "buy new T-roora IM Weet Fererlh. at..... .ee'1es Ik.l .
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FOR RENT-Twa new six-room houseS; strIctly modern. Phoiti'eIt. Street; flee roomi, bath: store room, -
.tr.et.sues
4 ANTII:1): ) JaVJCK YWIIIJ.UI ..Hu.tlar. to will b* ready fur tenant about November two 'unfinished room upjtalrs. A 1.rATLOlt. ;. house on Liberty PIP atm? PROFIT

tack alcna distribute" circular, anm- 1.\1 I located on' liberty.. street between FOR RENT-Bome strlotly up-td-dat The Real Estate Man 11.000 cashj l-room. house, In on. )/.*;. Oil slock. II It a per share,
S4 plea, eto. no cnraslnc| good ...,. SUN Eighth and Ninth. Apply 8. O.Ml flat) all modern Improvement. Corner S -8prlngfl ld. If you are not eallsfud In that time I
S5 AUVUtTUlNU i>UJ\KAU! Chk.*.a. 'ILK1.NIION.. liberty. treet.. Hay end 'vVaihlnitan. Apply BURBR1DOE FOR BALB-Two horses gentle. rellabli "',eoo;- on* half sash; full lot "' ; REAL ESTATE. Ul Laura and In beat eondltlon. HANNB UKO8. ... Dyai-Vp.herei. .1I4t.... etreel. between Nwnan and I rode ty a lot In euborlce of Jicissos.nIle. -

-Sfi CourxwrroR wAprrltD41nt4EWe: TO I JET Hotel M4 furnished room I .... Itreet ---- --'" 6cean street I .Quick feUon necessary,
1 PtltUUHlNB Ca Heiond. ri.. eteem test hair mat.treeeei FOR PALS or axohange for city property 0..., ISl*.-i--rfceswe- H mee, SeOT.crHrrcriBLD. .
. cry Improvement; ...... one half cash) half lot on HogaHtreet. flU1I1.l1i1 It. flrLl.
--- - ; open for Inspection, Act quick FOR RKNT-Two hatideone Bat*. Uoa eleven-acre bearing orange grow .' close, In.
k )V.NTIC\-IOII laborers to wiwk. on newyslera Owner at hotel. r JIlTER Hotel UQ1 Laura. Apply>1 to 0.....'. U)1. and me hundred acre timber hand Fff house, iprlngflslj $105cask. IM side 54.IA .
r-j5 uf wlrwwk at ralataa, Fla. Llthla Tallapoaea Oa Agent pro Information arpy to owner. THOMAI 3,101 buy newroom cottage. psesce..S.vocnt ,
|sll per year, at 1 per cent.. '
itreatWacluot
: DONS.SraXMAt.TT
U. KICNtlKB 1.oItBEIlOa Palmetto
kt JOHN tected. Clue. Fla. 45,500 buy up-to-date I room hnu.,. __A___ Liberal Credit t to Al
JAOOBI'S
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MISS SCHOOL. !
rS AI.K! .MXN wanted for th RENT-ElghlVoo"m"; ; ; Term, part caah telance 121.00 f
Ilssldence
new and .
FOR ------ ret faJe buildinglies.
.. T' month) no Int...... I call aad>e* las al H Mai* ueek
'; Carallnaa tlaular a*and to *riorlda.ip rlenc*yWrii and*salary full psr.fj'.it. rerequlreil modern moderate rent. Apply 11M HUB- MISS JACOBI. ejCHOOL-Klndergartaa. t.., FINANCIAL.l" I 7-room hOIlI" . I We will dreee t
bard. primary, ,IntermedIate, aoademlo .. .. . sa..es bUl'l new Easy exeat Houee* and flat, UI l t. I
to THOMAS J. UPTON, Tesand pb, < "*' '. "V. >- .r K .1 ; IfiiFinr rev i

,<"un.., M learl II...... New York FOR-, IIENT-Lars.--- '."-1'0)<1" houee., ; sIlcuhvscleneee tea) culture open elocution. October coaching.let.: IllS French.culpturet *t a. .* Olhet averUU 'M Ne.< rag. CUM buyc term*newroom boux/oloe In. '10, one furnished bou ,}'.. fhe'People's Out fitters,

u1i cuy ;01 soft ltiverideaWdeuS.TWO wateriathi, .largeyard. West Adam ilreel.. Address OCR.TRUDB l l,8oe bay new. '.room boue. Trm THE ARCHIBALD REALTY CO.II i IM Mala. ) .!>..*.
Apply / J- ,_ .
and : F. JAC-OW. H Wel A dametreeu MONET TO LKND on ftret-claac< prop.eely e
1" ANTLP.-Cbopperi.ypreS4 pta '' PBone .O1 > .5,5IS bake one flf the .lineal located'bocise Male .u.... faeae 14TtSt.
llnitwr; cypreee paled nut of *waenp btOt'SEA.- on. |* enS lie; !setrle' I real .etat byught and cold U1F. In BprlugBeld. Lat...
l>y ikldnler. then ehoppW "Into II.., ngMt Htm H "W. ,'AHE11.. 'IC lEa.t FORD. RoraiMclt AWa" *tr.el.. ,U "
.bo" It >
4 piling .... fence .....tal sue. work fur Puval, 8TENOQRAPHXK.MUM '" you. LATHS
.wagon and IK revs leameter and wood p'U"; need capital stend or elartbueineeet P -. It per cent cUll, buy full alas Joseph'sAcademy
i. ih""viter. C. J, UUKHKB. ; &:u., ;rOrTlUCNr-nv;.;;;; eetl.... 111 pfinoBthl ---- If .... errlie n* before ar. bit balance monthly.: locatedon .. Y, I Four LareZirmedlale

udalook. rut Including. ..ta,. Ml East Nlnlt ROsA M. DAVU stenographer. ranging elsewhere; eioeptlonel fsrlll- wen elsie near Main .tr.... 1 IXllvtri1
and typewriter room It lnjemaaa.kulldinct lIes. piecing Xo-lt ..bund. quickly. KVBRETT JecluvatUla, via.OAHUINU

..I.r.IIIIIAN .NTa-.c."O'tIlN: 8ltO&' hint-RENT-Nlne-te novae. modern precept work) law work apeolaliy DUrOVR. Alu>rn.r, ", ..bin.. M.\ COKSG 757 ,E. Adams.

pflpl'i.Ale Tnty Ihe-Da ST.t14 Improvement TO Talleyrand a>.aue. ; phoae: 455.UAIRDREE3ING. ton. n. C. TIssese ISa.WANTED
AMOZIAT SCHOOITlvu ,.
: : U* Mala atreet. J M. CROMER ,
-- '" -'- -- Apply 'I, -
.EDUCATIONAL. tnsjllutlou 14 OeligalftiUjr (It.

4 rouwD. .. rote RENT-By uh.yrpseseans.. .........PAELOU....... .. prater In H 0".11'111I pressed |"rem.ing. uated la UprlBgBJeld ose ..r the mostbsa8tif5b 0
-- --- Pearl. ..t.....
t\l4vtK\ dwelling, 1441 ; Biding,.:rioorlog and .Celling aDd suburts. ot the City of JackorlunMy . ...ul.., iuuitltt la KlversUleIreekJya aa4
.oS f'uwn..orIlttl.. girl I wheel, en King's' MiMAeld.. every utM4t eoavenleore -I MRS .IUNHItR" Hair .) .g .rMj. NIOHT 8t'HOOI..IJoftkIl..I. p w.< Oeaeral Shop. '1'0'c.u o. pbone* ."",,11I.. and egeru ata Pllpll. Peery .... lee we < a / leagltt. eak. *riu
rood: e*. be **e. at KXChLltlUKtUIKY : ; ; key $5 UN Pearl street CUASJl the beet la the cIty, All Ike latest elao hand. typewriting tejerrcfhy. at&. shop.Tsrelnt $ Sec a tboroufk Led rSa4duolU.n. 4e4lvefe4 weal ef Ue vl4, for
(. *kUTtti Uutt ut Trad. !Ir clinch ,facial aid scalp treelif at .1....; only" M a .._t!>. bJUlTOHOM PPAOTICAL -- at yard end. Male St. Will age" Monday, ..... >*. U.... etsB) 'ar' InedCatnpbeU's et -
*4 rkM* *3011MOTTit15 'iim rv
iJ .leu the .Uu*( rtecirw hair arrlog used fuLLXUK. .. Wee ,
S $ ---- m" ; irrlXKg t......, 11\Ii. 1 1Aflly
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\o..on., eves alaM't. Owscr ea.tlAr. l'lt.NT.r-: bosses, : uarcvl raving a .i> cUI>1", Honuis Uami May iret; "h.... lew p aII, phone. W Lit prmpMtu U Wood Yard

i ..... r poull,. .......-. W."S JeclMatlUe.. ; balk and aewer ...I.ti 14 IWty bultding. 0... Wrea rweyth tofu* for .e.uaa&' It erlll rue >1i..* 16'11.' '.....;iiU HS I ........., Aveoet'I' ., r...... ar. ,
.. IoU>\'UI, ....a.I, ria. twos, 11. K1.NNB.U Meal ... / | comer JitU\ etreel; telcphuae Wlk yu Rat IBLALUJIOWI U f. r-et- .I I'JfI& IiIOTUU UrElllOK.: 54ei

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t 1 L -- ' 1" "",'n' ". ,"<'" ". t t ,!-.r" rsus: EVENittrj( '.ljROP9t.I81iA'l'tTBDAi. OCTOflER6,19O&: : .
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<4The Greatest I 1 DEADLY) 3LIJSJ1ItOOtrS.i .

ROCK ROAD TO Famfly Medicine I ---,-

; TrJE' BEAUTIFUL BUT VENOMOUS DEPARTMENTIONE

Ever Discovered Is eruna" 1 AMANITA FAMILY.. WANT


REPAIRED
BE ? Bcaeatk tke Pleaelaa E....l.rTel. .r ,

. Brilliant f. *.gmm Lurks a

SO "'&.1..* (..!*.. That I. Fatal' t* hLive CENT A WORD. THESE, ADS ARE MONEY MAKERS. '

*( Mea sad laitl..

Bids Aro I.nTHed for Doing th the dork diode.of loft' ; pine trw Oork'tinuod: from F'aee 2.

I and under spreadIng oaks In mote

1 The Hon.Wm. ol'.n1'000.* 'iv n null room In found orvmnrknhle
'W .
the ork. In color anti graceful I II InI FOB ILENT-BOOMS. HELP WANTED.A HELP WANTED-MALK.:
I form thud Its \ fan excIted id 1
beauty " "I "' "i ...
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G.Hunter. I mlrntlnu for hundreds of yctrs. Thi ROOMS furnished ,complete for house OOOD CdOK.'do not apply anlrm )'ro i tt'ANTED.'Rapnrleocred! | oven for ropalr1n -

A NEEDED IMPROVEMENT. color of IN bright orange and its keeping; bath. Iii Weet oorte. can cook; brln rtferenco. ell Main and .parking furniture. KH'TH-
I cbnIU Vrhlte I stein and I1-r.; 1 height.coed .street A RaN rVRNITVRK: COMPANY. .:JtWeat
FOR RENT-Several nicely, furnished 1 \ Bsy.
by the tnrroundlng darkness i 01 .
rooms with. or without board: beet res.Idenc \VANTElLcdlr solicitors\ for my poH
rrirnois 'TO Acacnuu ABSTHACTOF 1 the wood nod PI'E''f'IIt'a contrast as section of the. dtl'III) Esos: Jar n*'t>rlnit', extract, perfumes, cream WANTKD-Boy, W West M".n\--- S'

Ex-Member ____ lnen1nr ** )It ,In 1 iK-fiiitlful. Church street. soap, etc.'. Ubere.1 Inducement right --- 0'
TITTUB BOOKS KILLED. ____ i.t _ _ But bpnrnth the pleading exterior 01 partly E. MOVU1R.' Ptorturr:..... heal. WANTIt1>-m... boy. Apply ]. K. LrCr:
FOR RENT: Two, nice room to ooupla Ostrich ... lt'mm I and .
Furm.! Apply I to I p. L'KngK "cornS Bay Mil'''' I'I
this hrllllunt fungus\ poison lurk 10 for light noueekrplng. Ct: I>mon .tr..t, --, ,

of the fulfil to lie lives of men end cattle I''hone'.Z2t. WANTED;; -K>i*rlc"c...,l p-rntry ..woman!
Tr*-.fer ef pmaVi. O.de.ee5 )!.*._Agrtralfaral tlmt It Is (celled the deadly amnnlti "' alro ''L'b'r:. TUB: MANOR LOST. .

..-l.. ... Ai 'q end In different countries tnothers c.n- RKNT-Newty furnlehM room prt HOTE1. ' 5e*
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North _ _ _ unit their children to'beware, of It. vat family, convenlancea. m .Clay. -------- LO8Ty*>fM>er III" bunch, of Iroyw heart*
WAJ
TKD-aood: cook; room an place; haprd ,4-lng with eight keys reward 4fT
!,i *l -A, H.mkr' .f Bill f.r R* :f charm PLEASANT\ ROOM facing 'south on wages. H. Apply 1117 Ouk 01,..... .t"rnM to MIH3 BVUXXTM; at J. A.

'Werh ..* Material ovdei* ,"",I.. CarolinaLegis'ature. Auanlta' muKcnrla, tli deadly, or veranda. i reae"nable. .RI Cedar, WAWTWD-Ctiok. Apply In street, ('''nul'.h nl'* furniture .t".... '

fly. emnnlld, Is completely Incaaed I Ia Ia. UtRGIH, beautiful roomS furnlahed, '
Commlsslonemet r.
The Board of County fle ce like covering during tb* earl, downitalra: ftropUw, all ,'conveniences. ; WAN'rEDs. nok. Ap' tt4Street. NOTICE.NOTtCK .

at ,tn. court bou.. to-day, with P/ stages of Its growth which makes i..t one perann RIO; two, tInseL, III For- \.0 '.. ," -" 0

Commissioners Hyd (chMrman), decidedly egg alinped In form. AI oerl. ;i;; -About October lath C. C., ,

puekbabar, Benedict peclators"' and and Bur Interested ham. nnumbefvf < the ten lengthen this covering either SMALL front room suitable, for: one gentleman. pltionsilt ni tine"l>ee line will millinery.NCIrlCR \ open .up at Kl Teat Bay '

a parties, pre..D I. adheres la lucas patchea to the top 01 KM Julia street. 4'

BOCK :ROAD REPAIRS. the cap or It slips awayand forma m NICELY furnished south room.. an draled bid will be r.ceive'dun..
to the the III I e-rlock\ Monday,
resolution was sheathing cup at base of the p m. OctoberIS.
upfitalra.
I. .'MI. following .i .tern. Bant Church. IWO. by the Trustee for (heV.tr-;
adopted: works Improvement nonda ot the
cityof
flR.eolyeel.orbat the Board of CouComml..IOft.r. Another Inner covering breaks away ONE fruit ?room two double bed:!. on<;
Jacksonville, Fla, for tarnishing the
furnished, cloeetbath
for bid for middle room nicely
advertise in Us turn from the cap as the mash 'necessary quantity nf fuel oil to III".
the road known a* the '. llghta. ,telephone: rooaonable,
of .
the repair ; ply the "elrctrlc'
room expand and form a conspicuous city light plant and the
llmlu twu. S. NtiSTES.t 4 4'Tbe East Churcn.FURNISHBD .
on
road. from the city
rock city waterworks from Sanitary 1, IWT.to ( .
collar about the of the ,
Stein street to the city limit on TalUyrand upper part January I, l14t. arproxlmntely 11I,001.be..l. \
with crushed flint or item The bulbous base of the stem room by day or week.
: avenue, J or It gallons each. Far apectflcatlon -,
crushed granlt. rock fiv. Inches deep .ft..t amity ..dIPJ.. ever. discovered. toy opinion.. which! and these ruptured fleecy coverings Went Bay etreet.BVHRTTHING and other Information, apply to

In the center and three Inches on the comes from experience a* well' as observation. I. Peruna. The most. common ire pronounced 'which new' and clean lit 1 1.et R. N. Ellla, superintendent. The boaVdreeerve
rjiaractertatlca ,
.Ida* ", efore rolling." affliction to human kind U a bad cold Perua drive M ont of 'oors We RII y" rtreot.FOR. the right to reject'' any pr all
KILLED ABSTRACT BOOK PETITION 'ar'l. off' oatarrll invlg orates and glees fresh strength to mind and b041' are most Helpful distinguishing thl. bids.B. F tl.l.OK ch"lrmnn.PERSONAL. .,
"1 give Veruna tny'unquaSlfted Indorsement."-'Wm.' Q. Hunter Census dangerous fungus from the other varieties -
On motion' ef CommlMlonar Puck Office BIdg. Washington.. D. C. of mushrooms. RENT. '
baker It 1* eonsldered that" the petition o -.
heretofore, presented by Attorney 1. I. It I I. atrong. free frofa pest and .

EdwardAlltn. on behalf of varloisigners October. the ea.iifuI.In . Catehlaar. CaU la 0e4..... grows to a heigbtfrom. four to sixteen FOR RENT-Offices I III, the' new' Raltvbuilding
requesting the board to |in.tt- Inches. In color tIle ,Is sometImes corner Forayth and Newntn RETI: RED MKRCHANT mhtl"'Ut'I
CoLa condemnation proceedings lookIng spite' of the chilly evening and It lsv.ry unfortunate Indeed to get cap streets. are now ready; south and eaut ;. I lonely kind nnd llrmral" "very ealthv...
to the supplying ef the mlsstni a cold during the month October.. bright scarlet: again crane or yellowor fronts; elevator beat' light and janitor Lakeside, f wlxhea to corrwpond! with Indy; object
portion of the reoord' In the office or cold! nights of October this month !I.' Any cold more or lea undermine* the reddish I 14 the center and light yer- >*rvlc<.. Apply to. R&AL.TC TITLB!: AN.) matrimony. Box,44, St. Jomidi :41.,..

the cleric of the Circuit Court b.. end the most healthful month of the whole system and a great many colds lay the low toward the edges and It h.. na- TRUST CO. 6ALESLADIPol'lJLAit tgan.KORN8.
foundation for chronic catarrh pneumonia .. --- ..-. ,--- --
a the cam I* hereby, denied AdoptedCommissioners season. tlceable warUIke patches apread over
Fuekhab and other diseases, of the winter FOR RENT-Store rear part IBxSO, to I StORED KTrtCKtT-Thomas*
Benedict. There is on* liability however, which tbe top. On old plant the color fade "
Burnbsin voted ya and Chairman I ,eason. : rent on Ecel Bay mrcet, neitr In. Apply faniou corn curs does tn* work. 10o.> 4
Hyde and ",,0. t} constantly hangs over the month of The watchword of' October Is to .ut,. and late In the season particularly; K. B. Q., Metropolis.. MIS. It R. 0 THOMAS. lAVIlla Pharmacy..

Mr. Allen was present and took the October_the liability. 0 to' catch cold at sjuard against cold so I'* to make lispmod ; forms of the deadly amanlta are found FOR RENT-Part of Bay street slow.Apy 101 West Adams, Jackeoa"U).. fla.UORPHINB "
Ha has of Oils'beautiful and healthful stem GtOVElt I 'andTeacher.
turn-down food naturedly. night. which are almost white The I II
monthPemaa. I at HI Writ Bay or BID Cedar 5 ,, opium laudanum eoeoahM
worked hard to pet the board to buy or easily.separated from the cup at Its street. habit myself oured; will Inform you of 0
condemn the record owned by the cWhlBc Tee Tfcla. C..vemlrat hantileee home )
a Reeaedy baa*. PaR Surety ppl7td permanent cure. i4R o
Company.The Florida .Abstract and Title Security People0 have been accustomed to Peruna kept In' the 'house Is a convenient This mushroom I Is more, generally PART pfhouee for rent, unfurnished: JAMES El. BALOJWIN, Bex 11U. Chicago.: -
man and Wire wanted! no children. 17"
notary publlo bond for SIlO ot warm night during the summer.' They remedy against colds. At the 1 known than any of the other( poison Main street. FtJRN1TUI 'BRSONAU-lJidle! Dr Str.t. >I"nel'*
Peeler .",, T.I H. go out forthe evening without proper appearasce of the first symptoms 'of 'peireti, pciished
Cha'B. wa. .ppro" oua species. It tins long I been ua d asa -- en' :.41 In Imitationr Monthly Remedy wllevca In five hour}
Bompayrao and R. Stubs1 Jr., being; .the clothing Before their intern they 11usdthemselves chilled to the bone. the By poison Europe jta pny .o's your second-
mlUgate attack entirely. '
sureties. its Rest Bay street particular CROWN t : CO..
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MISCELLANEOUS. Sometime people go to sleep without Peruna. la the recognised family m.d- name, muftcarla, from> the Latin WOOl : I band i.. Address n.y M. Milwaukee, Wh. NI'7't.

Th. county treaeererwaa Instructed proper covering only to waken .\In the loins In over a million homes and |It. for a fly It* poisonous effect upon human : I'AINTE r ..I ,

to transfer all t money In outstanding cold.morning and /And they have caught value cannot b. overestimated when It beings begloa a few hours atc FOR BENT-HOUSES. THERE, .N' an expreas office I rl;..... at he.

Indebtedne' and road rand bridge account Is properly used. It has been .. .. The aymptoma r.11505cm .. establish uth Jackoonvlll* for F A man had sixty: docks: for sal ana
to the general revenue account RKl'IT-T..tOl'I' house, enrner
FOR .
--- -- the ,. and I tonwardlng vt
and falutnesa, 'with cold per- *x divided thorn Into two lot of thirty
Agricultural statistics of Duva FLORIDA
S Onk and Stockton. Apply press en. lid the sale of -
county for 1IAC war. submitted by Tax: plratton and stupor followed In sever FURNITURE COMPANY. 'comer For-!4 eI....... O., Is located at C. money B. Dents 01Pl MCh. OBO lot was to.b* dUpoaed. oCat t'

Assessor Turner, and found correct sod THE CONOVER DRUG STORE cases by death from a gradual nib and Cedar. grocery .ore, three'for fl.and the otljcr at'two>>

approved and fcli bill use ordered paid. weakening of the heart. I tor $1. In. his abaeoc lila clrfk sold S
Th. following bill were or4..4p..ld FOR RENT Ten-room house, Rlvevelde, O
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'' KJtmfMDOr RAOIII. M West AOamo-
5, I : 0. A. Petty |ll: B. B. HouiencIO A. strong.emetic should ba given at .avenue on river large, yard. ApplyTOBanana Automobile and launch supplied: reliable the sixty. ducks at live for 14. resiling

| ; O. W. Parkhlll. 11.010.L. Oandy AND ITS NEW OWNERS once and In. all cases a. physician street_ __ I < repairs, efficient workmen sat the until of $M. If oM according to
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lit.It: Cummer Lumber Campen .liould,b. called. Sulphate of atroplnla storage work guaranteed. l Instruction One purchaser. would bar*'
RENT..T\r.! large furnished
sifts: U C. Plckett111.BO; II. M. tbe known chemical antidotefor FOR
only
got thirty docks for. $IZI and the other .
Knatith 'UO.IO. and A. L. Turner rooms, nlocly arranged for hwinekeepIn BUILDINGS) bought, sold and allVmda' ,
IK It. > / ij this poison and to save the patlen ; modern convenience lit West uleo buildings moved with guarantee.A.RNOUT I thirty for $10. making $2:? for the lot.. : '

It Will Begone ,.of the Leading Drug Houses It must be promptly administered by tolony HOFhUNt. lei Main T.... What cme of th* .nlssln dollar f

CLYDE: LINE .AB8E GERS. hypodermic Injections.The -- -- --- .e.bsneilia. S -_ _
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of the City. poison may also b absorbei BALE. a. ".._._ ,
A List of Those and
Arriving Deporting
through the pores of the skin% and bad BOARDING. The Ellrabethan ruff I II likely to return
Via Bteamora.
cases of poisoning bare been produced FOR 8AL.K-Ixuly'i MCcnd-hand Columbln _- ." said Ma Twaddle. looking ur>

.Tti" Clyde. Line steamer. Apnche will sail WatV by simply holding an amanlta i lbs bicycle. W West State street. WAN'FF.D-A: 'f';:' boarders,. fltll. poems.1i from the fashion paper[ ah. wa read- % at the chemicals of
Th oM lobed drug store Bay supply only drugs and -
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Watut Beaver'
for New York to-nwrrow with the ful closed hand Its axhalatlons
-or breathing : Ing. '
lowing and Julia, VtrMts. for-many years conducted th* Mgheat standard of purity on phnil- l'ORIrnmedtia *al*. owner leaving- town, I'
passengrsrA clans' prescription Mr.' James 'McCsll- In a warm room "'i? h* doe," 'responded: Pa Twaddle -'
Ull Silver street oaR :
house to r.nl. ; WANTED-Eight men board rs; well furnished
.
r. Jewett J. 8 long, Dr. T. AMies by Mr, J. A. Conover, hns re-
Mr.. M. F. Jon... Oeorg F. Ora man.'who for the past seven. years his If poisonous lunchrooms are packedIn dining ..table /five oak chairs oak aide- rooms, hot and cold bethel; lIve *, with energy. -Vyou set Rio dog; on 11
ham, Jr., and brother' M. Morganthau cc tly en purchased by the O'l.ooald been Identified with the Conoier DrugHtora the,same box XVI th edible ones tb. board' three fancy rockers. .,. t"Q oak minutes', walk, of depot and sptendld him. Do you bearr *

'. ('1\1'1.' O. N. Bla Sister Mary Ann, T,' I*. rico Company, and will be under the will have charge of this department virus from the poisonous fungi Is ab- tabli-e; matting for four rooms and hall table board lit per month. 100! West .
ma cement of Mr. Edward X>'Donald, and being recognised a* a thoroughly stair and hall carpets, and other furnlture Du\'nl. -
.
Eraser n ik>wn and wife, and T. H.f .
f Smith. T took will be rapidly replenished competent and careful pharmacist morbid by the harmless mushrooms, Phone OW.- IIII-r.ltr. ,
andMt
COMiNG BOUTH. trim ljuid the public generally that It la this store. can be relied upon em tile original I FOR SALB-Bab: Wilker. Cull .t J1III Liberty, First-class ,board and ronma. I enough la Dike alll angel woepT"I
Tb. steamer Algonquin\ Is due to arrive his tan ion to eVipply any article usual Mr. Donald la recognised as one of : 1ee dead'ly Nail!: Second street, "
In certain amanita I don't see shedding tear b .
Jacksonville most enterprising baar4 goo( a *
to-morrow with the following passenger': to thX drug trsde. Several Improvements merchant WANTBD-A!: .15w 436 Newnan.
A. iJuisell and wife, F. Fearnslje .nJ will b\ Edited to the store, with the In- and lias been idenlindwitls several seems to lose some of Its irlruleucy FOR: BA.LE-IOOOO) feet J-lneh and 1-lnoh retorted, and hi* ready wit saved till

wife, W. B. 0..... R. Ora ham. Mrs Whit>. motIon) of / aklog It one of the most at- successful business Interests. lie and In the north of Russia and >eeky cypress plinks; 10,000 feet Boor TABLE) BOARD and room and board, d.,.. ..
bead. II Dickens. J. C. Cunein. B B Adridg trnctiv, the city, Special attention hoC many friends who will no doubt tender parts of northeastern Asia It Is used In lop s. o. COI>LTPN. M and It per week' 10 West -Ashley. _-____-____
*. R. W. Ball, B.: C. Cuntello, Idles't' will it gIven the prescription dnpartment him In his new enterprise a, liberal 'bam .
Keen Miss A. Mann, E. K. 11......... and price will not be considered In shnra of their patronage.tlon tbe same meaner as wine for Its Intoxicating WANTEDHoarders at .It West Monroetreet Old Wa,. '

Mr J. Graham. Miss M. Clement. Mis ----- -- .' .. rJ -.- .--.-n effects. Tb mushrooms are WANTED.WANTED ;. comfortable rooms, good<<: table; Retort-When- I get' Into my neiVnoose

Murphy ,J. 8. JacobW.. Ivers, Mr. Krat ,.. gathered In hot weather and are hung hot and cold! baths. I mean that everything shall go
tar Miss Jenen A. 0 Dennbten afld wlf. .sap..p.e. on the water partlcnlnrly.? Tf a 'To buy for each direct from
Ilk-\kxAwork. Rkho.rd-1 the
It B. Hunt. IL Andnnon and wife, .I.. Many "propl Ignoriiut of the true history case. arose aa sometime It would> In up In the air to dry or they are sometimes owner, lot on or near'car line, In first- OOOD BOARD and room for young. men *"; ,
Adler and wife, K. I* Uowen and wife of the church will be ooaodallted I J which a sacrededifice had necessarily picked fresh and put Into soupor clan location; Springfield professed.Addreas ;" or couple without' children. M West .am* a.4 be> foes-dck.tlck!

Mrs. U Cbbta'D.O'c;Bedol and wife, Mrs.ijt.rlin when they read the title of this article.Let ., to bo referred f 40. "cleota" "'u used: sauces A smart amount swallowed CASH, cor Metropolis. Monroe.Englnnd.
(, Mia Mrs UerteslerMTis whole Is enough to produce a days: intoxication. la Southern California
they "bulling
A. iCing Idles A. ,Hart, Mrs.. and them read It to the end. Tbere I Instead of church and whatever wns ARE .:cOt! gornff to bulldl? Call on ,or I Is exporting sovereigns sad down doe ,to m..... harnaaa are,oil, tnChloana -
.
Miss Kankln. A. C. Clark. W Ackenon .... In Corsica torn hundred years I ominous or evil In the sound of the phone H W. 'PALMER, Contractorand America will\ .probably continue' to export that /aama concern would be
J. Taylor and wife, Mr. Rlley H. Pal ago a :very pious family called the Bo latter' was .Imagined to be thereby Another fatally dangerous member Builder, ill lCaatBo'. Phone.1MB dlloh._. making ollv oil ,
Ills snd wife, R. T. Arnold a. BchnunckMr Their first child .f tbe amnulta family Is the death
K. W. 110..... Dark Wilton, ,.. napartes. was born I .avoided.England's. nip (Auanlta phalloldos) a beautiful 'ANTJeD-OODd naphtha motor; also to
Meyer, A. Freyer Maater VanZant, B. on tb* IBth of August Assumption --. hire good ,man. W. CALU p. o
urkee, Mia *. VanZantMrs. d&1..n4.. be looked very small and ...... luekenper .t E..I..... mushroom which also' grows In the '
e Tyron, Mrs, T.nlr.l: r. Miss HUals : feabl they wanted him to "be baptIzed : unpopularity with lb.Engllshmeuaod woods especially1; In pine fore.... It I.aot Is A WIDOW' In suburbs' fond of childrenwoukl I ,
well and fourteen boar*>.mt care for two or three; I
Mettle Ho sterg so highly colored a* the deadly 1-
,
.. without delay Their, priest consented the American Is reference.. exchanged. MRS K. M-tRKH: ,
to perform the ceremony, bat'as It was I largely due to the country innkeeper. emenlts. and unlike that mushroom, ,care All...'. store TalleyrandARB THE. WANT DEPARTMENT

.... . . . .. .. .. .. .. customary ta give to a child the Bam "It any rises of public aervanf ought It has a smooth satluy cap. It la uau. I
.f the of to be mad to examination ally white or straw colored but specimens TOn contemplating' building II I
patron sslnt his or hr: birthday pass an It
NOTZ3.&u ar found which are light brown homef fir,.pacer h to J. B. ROARK 'of The Metropolis is business
B?. AT70U8T1N1 : the good prlaat could not and Is certainly the licensed 'vlctualer," architect. Jacksonville, Fla.. and ire a

would net rail hint "Assumption Bana- writes V. V. V. In the Londn Sphere green, yellow and spotted. Tbe stem will submit KM different designs. of modern I \

tart.." I ii. his embarrassment hi lookad for at preceni any man may obtain a Is white and nearly smooth and the residences for yOur selection. ; etI. '
BH. Augustine. Oct. (.-Rev. J. B. Martin cup at the base of the stein Is lnvarlably ,metes. of reel cheerfully given getter. '
0
carefully the "Live of the license of 4
knowledge
of Grace M:. m. Church wIll arrlvi over without any '
from New Tork flkturday. where h* baabeset Saints" and finally\ found tile nap of cooking' housekeeping sanitation-anyknowledge present .
for the past six weeks a taint martyr who In tb* first centuries of anything but of the due The death cup Is ner\\. more poison. ,Notice to Non-Resident.

Mr. Ira Whit I left lost evening foiFllmont the cue than the deadly amanlta and Court Fourth Judicial Circuitof .
of church bad been atoned to pulling. a., beer handle. Moreover his In Circuit ,, '
N, T. for a vacation of tbre* stands 'first all noxious ,
fungi Duvsl
among Florida. In and for County
death that of wife be 1!
w.sks. on very day Aug. 10.: Of may the mo t Incompetent of

Mr.: and Mr. George Floyd of Jsckonvltl ceo,.* neither Mr. nor Mre.Jonapartii. housewives" even for her own famllyt for its poisonous qualities. SIgrows Irene In Chancery William and husband, James WII.llam. .. TIm
WANT
In tile eastern and middle states and
are In the oily for a few days. objected that their firstbcta child On the continent ln.nbeeplna I. an art .,'VI. Richard Vllllsms et al DEPARTMENT:

". C. R.' Monkey returned from JaokBonvlll. should be named Napoleon, baring to' bo, studied. lu England! It i II too In particularly large quantities near To Richard Williams and Nancy WllrUsnu. ', '
I test night. the city of WashIngton of Mobile .Ala.i
Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Kettle lire expected thus the high 'patronag of a brave often tie refuge of the man who wants Another amanlta (Amanlta vernus), you are hereby, required to appear. to of The Metropolis !

home Maturday from a month's pleasuretrip martyr of the early I dirts!tan church a a easy pbalr: to alt In, found in the woods in is 'also the Mil of complaint Iliad .I1..ln against costs you only
to New Tork. iort' / Letter to Philadelphia .North Amerlcaa: IIpnDI'I'( pill In the above entitled cases on or bo
Mr. J. A. MoDonald Vast ..mln.fllr A.. Hear toro Dmevm. very poisonous and nay be told b tore the 6th say of, November, A. L>,

trip her to the.......Ancient. In Xla.mlrl.r City. a pleasant V .A Pleader la Poeta. A curious mystery 1 la the temporary Its color, which Is I creamy white I"The'". Metropolis U hereby designated as one-certt-a-word: a, day to .use it.

Mr Harry Brown, genera manager of Tea Dyson I. not the only poet Isoreal uaeasine.e *f animals about aa: hour throughout' tis n"w.pap"rllnrwhle" this order shall j. *

lbs Keoonl Company, left last evening on whom Regent street baa known.Bouth before dawn no matter at what hour Although 1s said that the cmanlta be published one a week for four coneclive '

a business trip I* Miami.Mr 'y relates a tndlcrou scrap* Into I this occurs. Children tarn and moauttdrly are tbe only mushrooms which hav* WMKS.Witness . There are no discounts.
*. Fred W. Kettle left this morningfur Jiroved fatal, to' human lift there are. my hand and seal nf office tills '
)
which b and Campbell fell In awaken and turn
*n day people over ,
her horn, at Tallaoasee aftw a I othea varieties which cause. lIurb acute alto day of October. A D: I**
brief visit t* bar mother air*. George. the 'Quadrant.. Campbell wished to for another sloep. cocks crow, dog be- (lSeall P. D CAHBIUKV. Clerk .
JI watt. .rvllovo. a poor. woman and& rtiahed. Into oom* uneasy mod horso and cattle f distress that It Is well to guard against By li. J CA88IDET, Deputy: Clerk.Harwich .

Mr. Charles Ilalnesworth and Mr.. tile nearest shop to change a sovereign. mov about form' short period.. when e.Unl'th.m. .A Farri
C Thomas Xeraan ron .a rasp at Valna's Tbe boletl for Instance, have severalvkrletles Solicitors far Complainant
skating rtnk teal night for a pU"",,. Mr. Tbe shopkeeper wa attending to cua- .ffl..... returns for e UrnsWhat latt October 4. 1101.
llalnsworth waa the ..lnll..... timers and delayed to oblige him, and canae! Are th* 'animal* affected which are nodedlble although For securing help! getting a situation
kinds the other make ,
Mr. Wailer Cook gave an eihlbltloa of 1110 generous post lot his temper. by aom 'magntq wave which precede 1 many, on band O. t. IkeTHEATORIUM.
fancy .,tln.. which. waa greatly enjoyed delicious food. Th* boleti are distinguished
hereupon th* shopkeeper Jumped totb sunlight an hour or so, or .Is the '
by those present.Mv. by a .spou ice-like surface of \ house
Imrg Phillip MC. yesterday for conclusion that b* had two roguesdeal habit ooo of heredity passed, down' pores Instead, of gills beneath the cap.Tb M4 W Bay .'t, selling a or supp ying'any

Tiunpa. te with and rashly scot for the po.I. through" numberless! generations from ledned antI amusing Moving; Picture..
.
Mr*. H. F.'ltennatt and famIly arrived lbs. C.mpb"II.t004 In an original wild state, when! aa. alert- harmfuKvartetlea are bitter. as a "
helplees fury Pop the' "III.trlmonl.1ene, and
horn last evening from Wayneavlll, N. nil Ie. and change color to blue or red 0 kind of f want the Want Depart-
bet when Bout hey explalne4 things t.u. been Just before daylight wee ncssary others Vqunlly as good. Indies and ,
C,, where they spent, the summer. when cut or bn>L 'n. 'The edible varieties hlldren will receive .
Ura. Wdga* JwsnewsM and"" two daughter i. constable that worthy, who happened for protection! from enemies" lth every ,
remnlii blh'r-Annle Oake riuutIngton Open from 1t m. to 10 m.
*, who .bans bee ._4111. eome.tlmeher to b* a Glasgow met at one et- a. p. .ntoDllon'j of The
In'oulb', Companion. siooi' AeI\llI. lOe, chllelrrn Sc.rrd ; ment Metropolis has no
and Summer Haven .
at a* tie gueat I r"l00141,,-, men. Ig that Malar -. Eagbesd l.n. et Flenenre.
of Mr. sad Mrs. Oem Iwanowekl. returned I know not why Italy rather than
to Jacksonville lest CamaJl. the lord rector 0' OlalsgUr
Remember. title 1* collection evening day with After that It was difficult to aeparst England should b* called the land of Plee.An superior.

Tb Metropolis boy.al Qamt: >bn and the ahopkorpor so nowvr*. Tb.. truth I* that the EngIlspeople exchange ask. What become of 0 .0
all the ,pins Why they fall to the
their hands ar* aa art loving ODe and that LDSIIp.oS 4
warmly wore loterrlaspexlla earth aud heron, terrapins.-Atlanta 0
and nor than In "any region of
stplanatlon rrglvaa.
\ .r'e. U'la4.w*. Italy or country of Europe Bowers are Joo nal. .
(V Hmlnatr OaaotU. _ _ _ ,
$.bllW hit bl'"G wi n.. itnoded, It cvldeuc *,"I'J'I"' ..*... and. with the

rut a.*lda\. bat all. war It only a with..reI Ce*>laila ........__. J'I'&UH and P...... and universal l vgoIstlon. Better so *gg today than a ben to-

leaf wort together with all U the estImation of the average are nior IliUm.tel, and prnnlslly morrow.-Orman Froverb. THE WANT DEPARTMENT '
'S "born forward aa the b ltortl-. 'bor"- Intertwined with human xjt- ----
uornlah a'MIa' rabbit I. ini.ieum I.
aa A Myal Kmrmfmt.L .
Int deed of (01100 *ail livsm.. through.
slice Itself-Nsplc J.| Uattlno.Ml .
perpetual nattuHirpkn Hi* wlihr I word and should it happen to IMjswd Petersburg, 0.... l'-A nwrriag bee of The Metropolis Is read by
1. by aay one In their lI..rtll'll'h'lI leea arranged "between the Grand Duke .
*.l leaf li not dead lad loet. Thr
.
A
I'ereefcal ppesresee .
I they are oil their way to *** It I* svfU SLck4el.i only brother of Kmperor Nlplila -
art. focre* la II sot arcuuol It. thouibworilH4 I.mm.-rlD, afraid that young Wlldor .. and Princes. palrtcla o( Uunnaught
I Milt t* send thesis hntn/agala for thatxxaaloa .
U lorerea order. .his kwM forr..r of awkUat In C'.GnI.iIIb will. not niik* you s good husband, I.ilec of' King Edw.rd.. more1 people than any other one

>U>4 It pod? !>ospes Sot Ih* nf from Clara. t1ersWby not. seeming -- ---
I aahlng clrclv' many' t&Jola ar* toldefdlaaatri Rpm BarHee*. !* ...._... j jKwpurt .1
which ..*. stakes paper or the litterfrom UamraaItocanpe to that
teem ins
S which the Mrth aaaka 'fora.Mllhtty that bare followed den- k. ntbar It{ hIs News. Va, Orl .-Tn* ...It.". JlteJu assess peer alien set of: advertising that we know
I sec. of this auporatltlon and ooratotuco Beylvrts. personal pp. .l>Mf> N..ni CarnNnii, was .1110111 I Iaoached lion Giorgoodi sri nrst-clau,
viewed no ....... .object UiMlinldi'fnt.
1... Vr tIters
JIM"1.| tnra I at IIJ is-diV. ) I '
<'I tn putting off In ihrir boats after
All iriijacU) Ire SI wlo : mamma and l'irsgled mentioned Thrf North (' roit* wheo-fullr' loaded. J I - ,
about ----- --
tile i unlnxky word had b-n lkeo.II'wr1t Try it-aty) *
sill .have dleplarentaler at U.le.1 I ;tandanl Electric Co. see.
dome, through 'W IIk'la lbs UIIoaojiula it, III *.* tbs n* uakes lib personal a tuna I
Isauks I Id* word cbnrrh was axioaloUnoxlvu .length la "II feet, ..,..".., breadth I
.7, alp 1.1\1"40 JhieIf.'h.urt7ls .. her
I ppaarauco every scootIng after 11 over Miu)_ I
7 t* the nalaerBMU and arty feel mwt e.eh.wl'
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thjg ...t..4.t only a ....k. and armamrol. '.reylh. ....... .
\ 'was a.eewssip essshewpsj ,I. ,...e_ fwlc >l armor I.t> W** i ** j |1 . : _____I T.

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THE METROPOLIS PtBLHRED BY :Indigestion Cured at 74 I, PASTOR BOONE'SSPCIALTOPIC .



CARTER & RU SELl! PUBLISHING CO. S MI'. 1. F. MlMer. el '.11..., f. Y* OSSETT
.... I. T4 y+.PII e>f eeC. ".. raref ef
(DAILY EXCEPT. SUNDAY) --S I.dlgOatI.. Sal paIn I. .he alo..aPS: [
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.y IMirra Pare Malt Mkl.ky, after .
i 1LtlAM H. CAR/rant: it ..i.........<........... ........ ...< ......A.... ENistums yean' .( mtifrrimg and all etkervdlrraje .

) A. RtmiBULI.J. .. ..................... >............ .- Ma.***.' _ _ _ . had '.1...... S SHOEs
ISCliClIPTlON
I
MR. MILLER write: I "

T WTB.O ADVERTISINGTk : "t write tor-tour with stormy joy .and winters eattafactlonSeven liavapassed He Will "Make Reply (to Mrs.Graj. LlFESWAtKE sT '

over my head on th*. llth of

t .. C7i 'Is Mtka.. . .. MOa . .....u. !. __teh. February last. My occupation I I. It. T TRADE MARK f fftyf

: : ::"* Mevlh* 1': Hew. Tvk snsl Cksn* fty B: :;t.4._________________ R Blacksmith Two pearl ago I .
OB :::: Metk] .:: ..t :: _. taken 'With a pain. In my atomach. OO XkROO BENCH
Kale, tpeelal ..........1.. _.TI .:?: I iP .O
R y Canter ..* Wk. ..t 1* : : my food ,did not digest and t MADE
.l.... Oey (.u I .V *
.gle o.., (I. ..trt. . I ..U Cmwt. Cltl..../ .a, 11m *- t went to ace s doctor' got comes OTHER CHURCH SERVICES. Do All be' shoes that come 'to
e.. .. . . ." .. : medicine but of no avail, I, got You Believe m&yi .
.
Th: : ;:::1J':1;;," Only tTBtti .<. .. Bxa**** fcmlUorriot I : : 't :j- dlirouraged going home 'to my. dinner in.siQnt7 your hook, but to Judge a bar..

I... .: One del I met a man I told
I 1 .00 r O r V..,. o gain" when you've caught It
him how I felt, that If I, did ,not get FEATURES THAT WILL FIGURE 1:1 apin. -

I S. a speedy relief I would ha\e. to atop JACKSONVILLE T- ; .* tfttth. ply' a better test than price. That's
% : work lie! says. 'W hy don t yon' LIPS : CHURCHES.:
TELEPHONCS ."J4IM",,. .. saes Puffy Malt Whlskyr I went that iSgJfijeiig" only the bait. What the shoe Is

EDITORIAL ROOMS, .. aw night, rot a bottle. It coat II.DO: I fmahitateed'what comfort It gives and how M.Hrt.i. .

i S. took |t .according ta direction. I Well Known Uualclana Wilt ParticIpate .
had about one-half taken when 1 long It will last-Is the real test of
THE METROPOLIS Building is No. 9-U East Forsyth Street .S : began to feel better I got the second In Exerclaea. That. Will Prove Moat El.- .. value. Crossetts could
.5. bottle till I taken not sell

.S 4 bottles and eIra: like "a.o; teruinlflg to th* ChurchOoere-Pro- for less, nor be better shoes
,
t Averaao Daily Sworn G'trculati 9407 t' Star. There I will\ la recommend anlghbrwm It to theworld. ,ram. Announced though they sold for more. S

I wee talking with Saturday IIll1'ht.filII' S ,
S tt : h.. trouble with her stomach I i Regular aerxlcea at the Union Congrorttlanal Call an oeregmltn )'0." tit)', or .'ir. ... i
: told her I Church begin to-morrow It...
to get thla medicine. If LEWIS A.
CROSSETT In
the. purpoaa ot th* pastor and people 13t'uroue S *..
i- would cure her of all her trouble*.-
5- -5 :. F Miller 51 Broadway March2lit. vigorous and progreaalv linenof North Aba ***, Maa tVt

.. : L. r :MILLER 71 TEARS OLD. .24. laOS.Duffy's work and neither time. nor effort wl"V :
: 'pared 10 make trie coming monthfruitful -
I for good Mlea Mabel Jenkins s : :
highly cultured and efficient mualolan: of endt will sing morning and evening. and dInt welcome I. extended to ie.ll to attend
Pure Malt New Jersey. baa been moored to preeld Dr Parrlah will presto at both services these service. Sunday. acbool at all:
t, Whisky at the organ For aeveral. year pact ahha It you have. no church horn. you ers SB: itidaj' morning Th. new Christie
SCRIPTURE been" itudylng with Pro Andrew, aured a welcome at Snyder Memorlsl Selene Qiwrterlle. containing Bible lee-.

Saturday. Octohr th. At1 t: and have of New York City, and for two yeara past SPECIAL. ANNOUNCEMENTS. sons for each week In th* ensuing quarter
i If you wish to keep strong and vIgorous on your cheeks the
be obtained at tIme reading room.
T/Ard, save us we perish' MatthewIMPROVEMENT hai been organIst at th. Pint Conii'egt.tional may
L-low ot perfect health, take Pore Malt \Vhlsky regularly according toireciluna Trustee Meeting-On Monday venlni A tree reading room I. maintained at
D.ltI:: Church of Newark. N. J. being
and tAka no other .. m at Is.: clock there will be a njeetlniof the
chapvl each week day from I to 11s
toher during a p.rt of Mr. Hanaoom .
pas'torah. .
the tnurtees,
I I. dangerous to nit system withthey
your m and I to S mAll .
T !. before nla cpmmg to thla rltj. Mint M of the p.
W. t.-RPlul. meeting
mitt; poison the body and c a"tho".I'dIt..tllre\ on Christian
Jenklna I..n accomplished pUinl.t, n' .S
j e.e the heart, while Duffy Pure wen a. organlit sod will be valuable. Woman Missionary Society Monday. afternoon Science la kept her for those who de
nit Whisky tones and strengthens. the a at 4 clock. ,
..
aCquIsitIon to the muatcal circle. of Jack e'' to be Informed on the subject All
aland ..rt action and the entire Information concerning the pIck or persons
No cltlsen slionld In the way purifies *yiIt are welcome
I onvllla.. Mr Harry Haaien baa been agaged -
tn dtatreas should be given to Brother -
m. I I. the only whisky recognised1a .
; rMf Lino should be enceuraged to coo) aa ohori.tmand la planning toorsanlae
Frank O chairman of the
I. tnedlclno. and contains no fusel Johnson. MAST JACK8ONV1I.I PRKSBYTB-
City:. to build dock and warehouses ell. This la a guarantee. Dutty.* Pure a. quartet of pteailng. SolveSMr. deacons. WANComer .
IHaieena veil known ability -
4 road will lave to us. certain streets. M.Jt tvhlsky ha* ctood sever* test torIIfty \ aupplemented Kindergarten. -Persona Interested. In '
by lime aupport he la aeeklngnag of thtval street and Florida
'
.
kindergarten! work nuked visit .v
are to our
benefit ta accrUe to th ,city In a bull, yeara, and ha* always been found ( ,Mtrant.* of good muila Rev. O 1Hanacom .. kindergarten department. where they will enue. Rev Paul F. Brown paatnr Ifn.*

la values where these Improvement ci aolutelj;; pure and. to contain great who, with Mrs JUn.com, has find a well.conducted school In charge of HW Knit DttVaU Preaching I every '
idlclnai '
properties been apendtng a vacation In the liven.tame day at 11 a, m and lit p.1mm, Immedayarhool
R The city lio a very discreet Boar ,Ail Council, Miss AlIce Hoffman If you have chll
CAVTIPN-\\.e. ?.. ,.1< rvmf am*;, of ,Northern OeArgla, will will :4'
E"'v
k *.nd, the cltlsens may. rest assured thatlhat ..roteoted and et er *rrorer f.r n.",,'* rnre Malt the pulpit morning and evening The following Miss Hoffman a responsible age yon And compe at *M p. Midweek prayer ..tln

; what privileges ar* granted will be cksonvllle.everything. "'111.", .be acre jam .gt th* .....1.*. program will b* rendered: tent teacher exlnesday. T::3 p n On nut

There should b* none of that old cnd "! :;: .". .... ....oln..I' ,ore ...dlet..1 FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH.Corner Members received<< during the month ot manning the aoramt of the Lord
.tak7' ... I.i' aU **jly !. swale*; ...... Supper be celebrated A cordial In-
.. 1h* railroad la be abut out on pre [cat buslnesitg of Hogan and Monroe itreeta.. 1. August and September are: Mra. I. "I
t. bulk LoOk fr the x Italian friend' and atranger to each
.
117 West Church .A. L.
: Roach Thompson -
grounds. Let all of these question* of f track be ..z ::. .10. "01. ('......1..'.. o. ,., ' T. Boone 7th,, 10:45.paatnr: Song Servlcea.lervjce' Sunday conducted October lit East Church Mrs.; A. L. Thompson service. T *

based upon business and the III ere. of t city greatet label, a>4 make acre th* peal sire be 1)R b1P" bY'John Nlann l.amb. Mr.. R. B. Rutherford Ill East Church. M..... C. J. Davis,
)paid more prosperous la now ..dvoc.t..cbr. Tl_, jean the east reek I. nobrokea. Price, ,..eGo Me<|. S will preside. the organ Chorua 765 West Dmal: John J. People. Kt Cedar 8T ATuln JlTOHODISTTh ,
cal booklet ... ......or.. advIce fre. Mrs of St. stlthw Church
( Sing Unto thn Lord The followinglt4mme Joaephln Cowling Mnsseybuilding .n.l.
We all In of section
want
4 (or we can get Improve. ro
yeara Milt 0 .
DuhTy hl.ky ro N.
Rorhe.ter T. called Centennial Alma." will be to morrow will be conducted by Rev B.
4 pt the city aietlnbuuIneal and Improvement! irn, Thereidltlon considered and paused on by ,the congregation K Thrower who I I. conducting revival
for*, don't kick, but encourage everything that I I.. *. o F. BETTELINI '1035 W:. BAY ST. : liidIIWAT AVBMJB METHODIST ...n'l. In connection with His pastor of

L__ __ ____ __ __ "CENTENVTAt. AIM'S'' CHURCH the church, Mr. Thrower 11 an eloquentand
-- ---- -- forceful apeaker and greatly Inter-
Each one win one Service to-marrow: Sunday cohort alt
THE SATURDAY METR I la to educate. th* young and to 'Imprestupon S All the church and aa many more In tha :*5 a. tot preaching by pastor at U apreaching. rats and Inetmcl, lila hearer The **r-
Vied. irlng the week bars been well at.
theift elevated thought and pure Bible aohool S m.; 7:3D p. m Public cordlally
moral' Id...*.. It also enable them to tIll One Chrl.tltn I paper In every horn. Invited to time nrvice. tended and most helpful to all present

P As a.n advertising medium the Saturday'Mtttropoll Is f Beat It laHa KL9itcMr1 honorable and responsible position when To get all our people and .. many. raor; It la Intended memorable to make in this the history services ot time to
: they assume the respoualbllltlea of life a.S to read the New Teatament through before PARK ME'rIIOIMSTCIflYRCH. MILL- mor. .
attractive newspaper. made up ot th. most Interesting read lter, 'attrsbklv wrf hove before them. Now. please try to January Int.Tovtnrt S DA UP}.' ehul1\, and. the publlo. la cordially InIted

S advertising and varied department and I. the great Issue on B week. get any little boy or girl you know ot U n young man In the mlnlntrr Services to.morrow,: Preaching 1'Sim "and Mr.. Strode beautiful. a cong revival book conga..uaed are .
attend achool who Is not doing It or may To revIve and etrengthen the mid.week p. bY' the pastor, Rev 'J. tawtoh. many
I .1 Since w* furnish' It for II 00 a year It baa a little betber clregjLtlon than not S Intend to do CHILDREN ao FRIEND prayer; nmedtiogstot' all the yOtItgpSOple'a .Moon; public cordially Invited. cong F. McCarl at all of la this nualoal service director Prof.. and Fred,the

(he' ot'ber'18Iu" 91'tha week but the III' of tl>* circulation* nSf really "u''ell.' 8J1.R' imisla Is enrlchrfl ver much by Messri..
To erect churoh building .
a new UNITARIAN : ICF&
for It 'value aa an advertising medium In Itself considered ""J"We To oft: debt. Dame suit Holier, who are pl&'I.. t*
acCOunt V LAY SERMON TO FATHERS: pay our The First Inltarlnn Congregational cornet and ', respectivelyTh .

are, ttI..r..to.i.. Inclined to'believe that the merchant or business man S Editor of the Kick Column: To 'Hart. a new Bible church echool.o Church ot this city will begin II. regular -I serylee'IUn.' promptly at 10:.
To Virganlie another
S servlcea, fcc the ,'flnr at the ,Wotnan m. and 1:W p. in,, a* usunl
: t* unwise Who leave hla advertisement out of the Saturday paper The one- Vacation boa taughtfather. and sons To have at let one aermon per year on '. Club building. Bait. DU"IIl. street. row. but the morning to-mo"
a good many lessons. but none more Annuities' and Bequeiti." and on. On .1. du.ll t
$: nt.s.worddep.rtment., ....p.i.ny., la 1.rgelypatrofllned.) and the rel..on for'l lj(| startling than the fact that boys grow up Syatematlc Giving" on next' Sunday. morning O< to),er 1th atW coming week. they will begin ut 10 a..n
:48!! o clock Rev. A. J.. Coleman the m. '
la that people Have. found that this department-of. t.h. paper.p.y. the advertiser: ADd \what Is stranger. your boy I. growing To double our offering for Stale mil minuter, will preach on "The Timidityof 0
j : tjp. Some day he will ba a man; come alcoa, and thou to meet. the State. Mlaalon tIre Conventional'' It la hoped that ;
It you baV anything, that you want .4.. sell the one-cent a-word departmai do v>*ie will be w h.... you .are, and lit. whitl'vj.jmieh.d amp Board expenaai In employing a mill all thc frlenda of the movement! will be 'IIC I-UHRAN CIt'R n,
an4Laura
off: on him the reepo/l.lbll. alonary paator St, John < Anhlev
I ft The Metropolis> will sell It for you. 4. nlea yoa bear to-day, i To aurpnaa our own beat ottering S for present .at this opening pmnvley.. streets, Rev B. B. Rlhn. 1'. D.
S .4 .
The neat are free and the pubUo It cordially .
M"<| >*t-JOod forgive. ua'-too many,of home ml.J<1"n. In both the church and Invl ed. petor. Morning worel Ip. with ...mnn
ua lathers are trusting schools and club 3lble anhonl and by ao doing to maintain __ .at 10:M n. m I.I evening. wn..hll .
i: HOUSE BUILDING MATERIAL. S c and haphazard clroumstonce to fit our Our own home mlMlonaryTo .. ALT SAINTS CHURCH. mon, at I:M p. m.,'Slnd" .1 1 service
A > boy for this Inmliable usurpation, Ware exceed our apportionment In both at t a. m A cordial welcome to "1.Uo.
too busy to AH Balnti Church. South ;Jacksonville, .
g-yle companionship the March and children a day offering
There la no olty la the South more Interested In house building than. Jack we ow* them: ter.e. Irritableto and eo become 4 ahanholder In a mla.alonary Rev, Jame II; I>avct. Seventeenth Sunday ; FIR IAP1 CHUHOH.

sonville.; U I. demonatrated' ,the permit Issued weekly and! published In TieMetropolis. read th*.jromlae of strength In their nation) ) or after Trinity Sunday achoot atalt. the First. to.morrow.

: 'Of couiuo all wleht'o know the best plan for construction. the, "restlessness,' too different to their unspoken To obivrve mlnliterinl relief day, ths : Holy' communion' and ..rmon'.t I ... Dr Ilobaan will apeak on The
hope. to share In and .h.p. their third Lord a Day In December 10:.. I'U of Power. which wilt b* th. first
4 Ivtat material to hll used The high price of lumbea has caused an Inquiry about : ambition I Lit and work olose In upitiUs To auetaln; and educate an orphan. ear* : In a aeries on the achlevemahia
PAUlTa?:
Other niaterUU' 'The Tami. Times arlv some valuable in format Ion., which Is I and w* forget that they and not 'e for tome dependent .alnt or provIde nhoapltal ST. PABLO : ,. during the first century.During ..
Jockionvllle follows; \ ourmhe .are to b* our successor. bed under the National HenCA. *>R> ,v. James 1!. tavet Seventeenth Run : tha morning worship Hiss ItalIc
1 (very applicable a* .
We have not yet reached the blear-eynl clint Aaaoclatlon of the Chrlitlan Church, day after Trinity. Evening prayer and Gibbons will ling 'There la a City
S The coiiatnnt ndtanr In the cost of the lumber that enters ,o largely Into Utopia In which parent breed children To *vni. | at leaat one representative to sermon at 4.RIVERStL1E. Itrlght" To-morrow IIIh the choir will
Building aa practiced In till aectlnt la making p.oplethtnk-ahouC the small and society bring them np Despite thu, every national convention; and a harts glv their regular song 1"lr.
sllffarei between _the cost of a building mad of wood .and tha name buildIngS polygamy and polyandry of (ho dlvorM delegation to.FUteburg In 1M MFTHODIST: CHURCH some of 'th. feature being. ** '. '
oonatructed with walla ot fertile or artificial stone. The latter material I. a \f courts w* are still a nation of parents sot During the evening lervlcea the follow- S Riverside Methodist Church corner of 'Conjuration ot tha T.m..C"
1h favorite here .. against brick for houses of small cost, especially lit the business I \ children. And just because ... ar* thu Jig feature will be glxeni8la Roselle and Banana dtreeta, R. II. Bennett . (Durrner Quartet). Arlon quartet '
Jin*. and In no I''''''. fmpurtant respect is the. chang valuable than In the addl- sot tied In families, fathers and mothers , 'Should the Death Angel\ Call," by pastor Sunday' October fin Re..I.dln'. in Exo.lsls. selro-
SJonal security 1C affords against fire, ought to be frlenda of their children Inc I. N J-amb. reaching at II a.m and 1:U p' m by the Ion 8*. 0
I It may b* worth while to repeat some 'of the arguments In fa\or of the more compllonted" our social life become1! Sermon Reply to ;JMr*, Nellie Gray. of >aator The aacrament at the oloae of Solo I Plnlna of reace' (Bsrnsrd), Mrs,
1t tanployment artificial atone for buildings as confpured with either brick or the more Imperative doe. this duty and ,: Metropolla Fame." the morning ..rv...... B\mdny' arliool at >urranr*.
(weed. Aa against brick th* larger portion of thet cost Is paid out to home a. all sermons, soy-this prU'liege become Xhrlntlan Endeavor, ';110 p. m Dlblo ':48!! a, m Senior. Kpworth league at T (Offertory' violin cola. '.t."S ," (Handel .
: ![workmen beuau. tlra. ObOe Is mud liere, while bricks are mostly Import* I. A. It I. not merely that such friendship chool $,JO a. m All welcome p. m A cordial (nvltatlm extended toall. ). Mr.' Wurtlmeitet. .
gainst wood the argument are the Increased. durability the reduced Insurance make parents better parents and'clilldre.. Seata free stronger and nan- ladles' Lovely Night (Cuwatal -
and the lossetied danger from lire, the certainly that lories would b* only partial .... Melre..;lla e.rlIlly! t*- better men and women, they will msk, ADVENT CHRISTIAN MISSION church ,memuera eapaclally welcome .>. qu.rtet '

., bbs abaenc ot the costly Item of repainting every three. to pvc years. Jliegtreater "v II.. I'. reader to me* t... *.*. more-gentle that approaching.ursurpstlol Corner ,Weal Duval and Clay atreeti. Anthem. 'O Sing to th* Nsms'u?' Jehovab -
S warmth. In winter and the coolnser of summer In such houses. _. ._.... t*.....e4y orlla. Pwbllelty which for a moment startled ua when w* Cider J T. Johnaon paator To-morrron FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. (Rossini). choir
Tb.Tl.n.a la Informed that .an Increase of II per cent In the original cost 1. Ike be* .at... for .......U.. saw our boya could rim almost as fast awe ittg order of ",,'Ice. will b* .. follow PastorV.. R Bogga. O V, LL.Dunday Other announcement are a* follows:
.f'the .average building-for Inntanc dwellings--would erect It of atone withgtll abuse. .. Make poor article' skert and could plan almtOit aa wisely and 'reachInB at n a. m and T48: p. m.. aubect school. t.10 a. ml: morning servo I). Y I', V at 1::4 o'clock. W..M U.
& the beat Improvements and securltlus against moisture ot walla. Th* lame. .'B* t. th. .ela.. as vigorously' as we Ior"* shall Bur-. fat morning, The Voice of Ood to ., 10:45: Chrfaitlan Endeavor meeting Mi nday afternon 4 o'dock.; trustees

: authority states that the lessened. cost' of carrying such a building. built for render to frlenda the Church Text laalah Ixll. I Flrat "T p. m.t evening "lea. I 0 Dr Bogge mretl,ig Monday at I:stt P m. Prayer
,ent l. ,would In ton y urs put the dltteranca on the prunt al le of the ledger School and school teachers are 110 aub- Ibm. vole that would aroue. u. la power baa returned from his vacation, and will meeting. Wednesday at J: p m" Ft II-
"telng belle the. bulldlnga would rent for more pet to dtslrabla tenant. pnytnent GOUGED HIM. mIlItates for father and mothers Thewinter rul; second the vole* I. divine third, the 111 the pulpit at both morning and even- athea Society Friday at., I p. m nnc
S_ would be prompter vaianrlee fewer repairs almost nothingat all Editor of. lbs Kick Colui'.! has Its opportunities Just a* truly voice that would awaken u. lea In It Atone lag aervlcea. Club' Friday at I m
tepiUntlng would never beSleu,ended, und all th* huraaHlng tUmi at. eiponso. as haa th. summer And th. home ecuhave ot reproach .It correcla and rebuke. _-_J_-- --.
(would be very much dlmlnlahed. Last Saturday hi)" grocer tent In hi. bill It* friendship for father and boy Titui II. IB Th* reaiona aeilgned that MAIN STRBKT BAPTIST CHVRCIL --, n-
These. argument would seem to conclusive that the Investor or the home fur payment 1 icnnned and discovers. just as tnuly. a. have the trail. and thecamp Jod ahouM exhort time churolt. to put on Rev W L. Mahon haa returned from a
should hnrn h* wee niuklng m* pay nior for an the farm. Happy la the boy \ to the Buptlut Orphannga. at Area Dr Qeo. E. Lyons
.5 buIlder who ian possibly altc! rd the first outlay cue either' brick or atone her atrength la: Flnt for .ell-m.nlt., tun
4 for th* construction of all buildings. especially those. which! are Intended .. a goods than others clargej. for I went tlsexoral who know this. And happier silll ''a loni; tecoud that Ha may be dunned: dl. and will preach at both eervln-a
t our... of revenue. And' this\ aubjeot. J"ad* uaturalhyup. to the Idea. of actually; plicei and Inquired prices; No"', the tether. A PARENT; third. for the aak of her Well being: of the Main !Street! Bnptlat Church tomorrow Eyesight Jpeclillit mi Optlclia.
thla was unfair to in*. an old customer The theme for the morning ace.mon
Urepruot bulldlnica for Ika business section of the city rou'lh. In order to meet the claim of a .
i thnt gh the amounts were .small but I '
Outdance Proverbs.
la 'Heavenly .
world firth becaurcllrength
WHEN NOT TO KICK Inful and suffering
S.S -T' will, allow no more such, advantages ,takenef haa been given her to put on: III. .. At the' claps, of the aarvlce theLo.d'
> me I pay promptly and want the best Editor!: of 'th* Kick Column:
will be obnerved, and all
I I la easentlal to her Supper
: 'O.l... are ripe again.Tatnpaa OLD cloth, because It peso
CITIZEN
goods, IIpo".I rates. Don t kick- and prosperity Evening service. Dr. this memtera of tha church are urged to '
When you ge( a bad shave or a hair out King. of Wilmington will occupy the put. be preaeM At tha evening service the
City Council hmaderId.4toehOiiehtJU.. office: bf milk and dairy S STOW INSI'ARTING. Neither lasts long pIt. The, doctor/li an abl apeaker and egular quarterly. covenant aervlce will

Inspector, as 11. a useless expense !ami no benefit Other councils mlghdu,.the riltor' of the Kick Column: Wizen 'jou have a bad meal act before ,mid* hi. audiences spellbound VounnPeonl be held end the pastor h.. pent perioiMlnvllatlana
: WI y Is It so hurt! jo gut a little Job cof you You tuny get over It before' the next *'a meeting at t p. m. Sunday school to every member of the
.Same thins as an act of' economy S work done licret A week act I orderI meal even If you eat It, and ydu don I lit 10 a, m Work on the upper story ofIh. church requesting them to. be premnt
S '-1--a------ a email fence constructed and it Is not hare to eat It. cliurcs building la progressing. due. Especially; are the members who have

Th* crying need. I In Florida during the winter month I.| better. roads. Now built tr.t'.al I rlt';' neighbors' thai: when/ you find\ you'r* going to die poor .i.ver>txxly \la cordially inviteS.e olned. during the put quarter. urged toM
:
h.Is ., 11 line of meet anloa I they harSh begun> making poiketi In prevent In order that they may hear
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month. ot (ItS' the most, and: the "vle.t"lullJ1" over tha dirt '
the ,
Of all year .
'irouds and have
S work It take moro tint to get started yet nnnr METHODIST CHURCHTomorrow ha church covenant read exonded '-
S yaads I I. to b* dan. Some cotintlni have iron ahead eodconetrurtrd: goOd ItII.- I, I thin to do the work It la not becauvtcarpenter When your health goes hack on yet at 10:45.: th* pastor wllf preach, to them the hand of church frl

; W4S, but evnInthem! the work Is fur from couiplote are scarce Ivre but I susp*..tan Ute l'I\'t\ very long anyway and a aa hi. them 'Love on Fxtilultlon:' cwihlu At the clone of the aarvtaa they
Incllnaltun to hold three or four job$ healthy man die just aa dead. aa .a alc \ ,,'lille Unlalilng Vn' one I hqpe to see Olle. 'his .service will claus wUhTIl sdnmlt'ie.tratlon ooxenant The aubject will b* "Our (')o"e.
4 Th. troopa on. the treimortSUIonm'r'wltkhiCfi.. Brooklyn N y., Tuesday louse day a big ch..n.ae.. .. In gettingirK. When you diacover a mean .t..k I" of the sacrament of time l.o.d' n.nt." flours of lervlce, -Sunday achoola .

for Cuba, lied with tWm Iwodraeeitdttii' of fiftnous tighten. They are Lieutenant .. .'\dim* .promptly. CITIZEN ourWlchhor: He I is 40 stay with that Supper 5:45: nq| preaching. 11 a, m. and tnt
mean streak day and )night, and you, '
It. thirl and lieutenant I I. Pcliley the latter 4 son of Admiral p. mHeglnnlng c
S U Drant .
PROGRAM
I A OOOn SUOOFSTIONtdltor 6.'ii'l. KVENIJNa with Monday prayer aervlo
hS; Belli}'. ll'th ar* l1afh'-d to the engineer corpsOn \ S : of I he Kick Oolumnt When you tan't pay' all your. debts atanc Organ will ba held every afternoon at Ito durng .
*. Your'creditor would a great. deilrather Anthem, full choir next ...11. preparatory. to tha anrlaaf
muck Interested In education
: I am ia get the money In driblet ilIAD no* Hymn "I 1.0'I'b)' Kingdom lord" nwetlngi. which. will begin Sunday
,; of (the good feature'cif the new naturalisation law Is the privilegetf and so much wppomd to crime and dl.. .

,, i| |'.llrant* to'rlll.n.. their, unprououncablo! foreign names to an Fngllsh nnm. ,....,. I want ta 10 auggeat their Influence to all good to hare nun at When all. your wlfo tint In a good humot Time Prayer Commandments and responaea. led October Paelor\ Nth MRhnn will be cackled In the..
women use
; S .This' will ellmlual curb ami. .a ..a Mr. 1t.lghwiiCbJOi1&l(, of Rusila. or Herr .ind gIna and- bo,. go to school. You Mr fIbs la partially alanclng tim books b y pastor Musical reepona by choirand meat Inn by Rev ,Jnhn A Vray, a tinted<
and them that ( Smith or JonesPi against son.e of your numerous dlssgreabl *- ongrrgatlonOffertury ..n.ell. Ifs It.. conducted, meeting
'l.ba.ulweilngerbergen.. at Qeriuany give o Editor. and I. and thousands other, "
.
know that th* heal way to revenl mime spells thai gou) never make note of, organ 'Jlomsnc (Edward In a nllmb.r of 011' 1i'1ulh.n 'titles Pith' .
: S - ..., J I. When you are caught by a swindler It I lotati, Mra. rvnbyAala good. reiulta, and lila work In Florida I

5 : P. Ilaye, aon ot (Ihll talc. Preslilent. Rutherford. It Hayes. Is a rrillnnt of S 1 Is merely proof that you needed ..."' In. quartrt.. 'Beautiful; late ot Some- during the put year hun the meanaf SEASONS WET WB HOCLD hAKe:.
P-in--- 'ormntlon' and wlmlom that he wu nlllng whore'" leading many. aoula to an aooeptanr *
.
North Carolina; li, vln. 1111.4.| hi. lino' for ...ne' >'.enrs *t w..t Asliavllle, a \| and abl to sell you at Ms own price. Call and reaponeea of auxiliaries of) Jeaui ,'tlrlatcCL4RlaVIllE. I Ills 101H lY..AU.

suburb ot Aabevlllu. tie I* veil \known and highly. .steertted 'In, Buncomb ?.Agents.' .. \\'lien. ;you nod you e..n't have everything Holo Pace to Kara (Herbert.. John t. /'.... .. oar examination reveals a

county *hers h. la engaged. In agrli'ulture. On Monday last Mr. llnye was your' own way II you were 1o get II on). !K U. Barrlnglnri ANO EWINOTON Mlfl- the IsUnl d.f.cls.
: all you think you want youd find you Address. by psstor. nfl_ minutes, ':Oil- | BIONBervlree I. llwaui* wa are doing .a Irglttmat
.I.de" preellent of the .lununbe County erimtrru"eaoqIethOih.\ Detroit Jewel "anted list that much more Winter Watchword" .. S will be held' In the two.etory optical business.t :

- -. \ \hen the elmer fell w geta the beat of Oralon for evening1 ........c., 'rUvlmfr lark hnu o at Clarkavlll.. to.morrow tlsrau w* liars had ijior e pertem -

In thes miepa of greet cltUs tlis'elhl.or l>> prohletn -takea on a civic pride 1 Ihll 1rsde Just think how good the other. Araln to Thy Dear N.m. (Arthur. Cust fternoon Sunday arbool at 111I; praachng |n the .rlndlal of (luwoa lnaanyone .
follow must feel, and .b* sympatheticallyhappy . .!....). full choir In
j coloring, Krrry man. '* sue ad.,. ta the uenersl tool end h* I. most neigh-, A. A. !11o..I..n. and benediction < attend at .I p. ro AU..are cordially invited I. Hecaua our price are ai low *.

:' burly who contribute* m I1.t t to rosperlly, In whIch all may..ahare. Thla broadS Stoves'.and The orchestra and choral, club! will fur- III with our quality of work

..otlullluii limy nut be at 11"0 aei-eiUU, at least It wtll not b* by tboa who are .Th* epeclacl of Dowl rwe'vlng'! but rich some Rn* mu.lo for' the Sunday RIBTIAN 0CHDNCI7hapel I. p..lbl. w. lake cars ol your I..*..

ot th* vilnlon Ibat a elgnbor' la pee who renllwa. In" a. nelgliborhood In many. six votea at an election In Zion prove school. at ,.*>slittIng a. m our city. are cor- (. of rirat. Churcii of ChrlitV|. for one year

: particulars uolgnbi end patriot are aynonyinaus the luttrr till being, (iierelr" Ranges : that however apArt a rraf'er a |nsn maybe tally Strangera lnHfdSNTPFR. entlat corner> of Uunrae and Newnanrecta. Bat. mEmento I.row*,
there I* aJwsys aam. on. e ho can .- Hervloea Sunday morning at II I Mail. HI n mrt ., Trad ..
.
ulglier ilrgrr. uf elKhborllneaa."lie ) '
.SS U boat Urn at hi. own game. 'clock. Sermon con.in of "Bcrlpturaleala JaeiiMMlIU, ria.
--. : MFMORIAL: CITURCIt and their oorrelnilve ....... fromeclemc
"lie 'rvious' 'flgurea teiIt'erylbhrt.mm4umeylv0, told 1 bow many paper To-Biormw will b* "rally day" as fot18 and health with key to therlpturea.

t 'r* |'fln Nl *n4 CrIers! lnW>retlnj Ihlu,s about. Ihenw ftvery working day this Bank Accounts. ,,,.'.! ... Subjoat An Hln, limae

|"'|1""" (..'".. t4.0...t1.U* copies. TUer *r* .110..00 l people In sac United ecorstlon.. a. m. and Sunday program achool rally,...-.nl.Special mlrlenda lad Teatlmnnlal P* th RealT and expfirlenne. toasting A Card to the Public "
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Mat *, sod this .. ....* drily' for four ."pl.. R.."..* & Bours CO. 1teda ockxk 1
( \ on rl'r every pay Bond S We are prepared ,t* rarry your *.. ln\ W.........., evening at I A corJ
bowl llOOOOi a day far Hi* neWaiapr Tb. nwmber ot ttspvr" printed andtraO different lit m: general church rally Iverymember S '!!' take great pleasure to aauounctng -
three = =
count In on*, two or should be present.Mra C::=:=: : T -"'" -
I is 4nrraslug, still tturlng lha about II''OIl.'oCl wee spent by raer that wa 5av* moved
: year way. Pleat, a motmitreat'be.nings.coubt lids M. Wendt the new .....oI.t.
II'alit.' lur adrrU.lu*. Till,'" U about |l"*,0.. .*.lrt( erected la tb. 'newspapefkuslneia H.ARDWAREWHOLESALE against which you may wrIts will begin bar woeS. )Ira. Hvndt C'C>nIea J J. GUMBINGU[ back t our "14 How*," JOW

iL not Imludtn* bullilingi sad rent 5.'St your check Second yon may open a-ith apprvlatlv credentials .. lo 4i.fiklll ,.| Bsy street where w*

... .. aa a alnger. Bha baa a highly om- a will b. plo>*4 to ka all' of
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f saving aceo.al upon' which w* pay t "' ......b... record .. Christian worker bjr Refracting
cent .tni..t. Third, w* Is.u an .**na ut .br *Vloa In aong Snyder Memorial our frleada and patron ,rail
r ir jr jf Ask your doctor bout tb* udoin ol you( | AND RETAIL. I.t-bearing certlntale! .of deposit Is tt toe ounsjratujaled' on bring Optician. on ua a* s4'U .posslbls .
Ayr's Ctitrry Pctoi'a.lltttbi bout, IJj this m,table singer ta our city I IS
tS if Isplnj leg w. have a100 present
OuUti r Jv forcolJi. cou b* Cfoup. bfonchlitii If'n which. will draw Interest at tb. rat ot At I Is P. m. the npwortk I__ willhell (hoOf. forty ,......' theoretical cad "
I 10 West -Di' Street '4 p** /eat If left with .* lot,six mactbs a.rally with .11<<.... music and other, ? radical *iwrl..n..* In correcting de lhe S S bt MVI It's ill riht ibis got a bode of ki0 U
S .ttrsctitajeatsti.I tective eye by proper Ivnee., UrnkeMleft Iblng that. Rt sniwke J'
H Tf 4 OSCI. Thy pot abowt UnU forttltht puchS dCP.QIrILia.. pi.*. Union Savings Bank, Al time |wol., aervlc*.' art Jo tr; nr. ****-anfraniM replaced and real DOZ. ER'
i\/00fj I' matters? EarijrtrtatmtBi, early cure., a |>of>.uUr. cong service will b* conductIIh red. A '*'ge ,amsortnienl ef '.a... S SS
I IA !,..."- N. City of J ok onvlll0 .. hiM>w Conga af, ....I... .IneludlSkghe and tram <.a baud. ,, al to* "U ..l*,V. tiogaa _. ---- - ,
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General f Reduction of Salaries o City Cooocil Gives Road the .Shocking. Brutality of a



Urged. k7 ; Privileges Asked. ' q '. Camp Guard. '

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LIMIT TO THE EARNINGS. I I'r PEOPLE AfPROVE'T"E ACT. POSITIVE1PROOF. I IS OIVENJ

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,A TAKPA.MAN. BEGINS' THE MOVEMENT EXTENSIVE IMPROVEMENTS IN Tin:I THE WHIPPING ".AS COMMITTED' M"
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THIS WEEK. I EAST END WILL NOW BK (MADS.A A NASSAU COUNTY CAMP.




County Commissioner* Indorse' th* New Viaduct I* Certain and the City. The Coroner' Jury Hear Evidence *f


Scheme and Pas. Resolutions to This la Given All the: Protection Necssary.' the Disgraceful Act and Charges A.


Effect-To Secur. Mor. Money' for Important Provisions of the Bill That ..JV Keen, of the Verdi CampMtji. 4

'Building of Good Roads. Passed Last Night. the Crime. .


A movement has been started In'Tam. The peple of Jacksonville. heartily. *P- Many leglslntor. and Senator In trj. :

pa which, If It become. wldmpread over prove of.II the action of th. CItY 'CounoU last campaign promised to ',..all.'. cnng.

the Slat, will prove the most excltng Issue lilt night In passing the bill of the 8**. In the preeent convict leas system. which<,<
of the next Legislature of Florida. board Air Line which gIves this road per- ha caused much criticism all over th.

At a tneetlngof the Board of CountyCommlsiloner mission to crow Adanis. Faril.th and Bay country. At time there. have been r*.

C of Hlllsboraugh county, streets, east of the old Fcrntuidlna Rat) port ot alioi c king brutality on therart ot

held day before yesterday, a member. J. way tracks. those In charge of convict carafe, but .
Mack Town offered a proposition to The' aonboard la a.nxlo"'lo make extcn- ot
these
many report were exaggerated.There .
fix a limit on the remuneration to be received I sire. Improvements, In th ecaste nd, am I* a recent ruse however, that bus
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by the' possessor at the moslucrative these travke are necessary. Tlie bill proved true and which shows that a flu.
offices In all counties of the has been before the Council for eeverjweeks
gro won whipped to death In a Nassau
State of over 20.000 population Title 1. and at first there WM much oppo. county camp ,

going, to eaus. a bigger row In Florida. eltlon to It. \\hen the Jveople., howe>-er. Th Fernandlna Star In sneaking of

then the lr.ln..e at the Everclade.. became more familiar with the purposes this unfortunate sod disgraceful affair '
Ther II b* .a howl from present' aild of the road. this opposition practically, contain th* following
'prospective. circuit clerks. county treasurer vanished and when the vote was taJcei .
., county solicitors, tat assessors and last night Councilman Frank Brown and THE PROOF FURNISHED.

collector and clerks of Criminal Court/ Frank Owen wore the only ones to oppoj" On September. lAth a negro named. Rob- .'
I that will reverberate from Pensacola to .Its passage. The vote stood It to J. Inson 1-attlim-ire was out 6n the head

Key- West and from the placid bosom at CRRNPIRL5 IMPORTANT PROViSlONa. and tabbed In the shoulder In a melee In

S. the Bt MI\')'"( "to the wave-lapped suede 4. Some of the moat Important provision this city In which h* was the '**-grssar.
os the southernmost bay He wits so badly wounded and ad weakMind -
of the bill are ae follows.That .
The proposition will mane the next Leg. .by loss of blood that nearly a
to the conditions containedn -
lilatur a etorm center, land .will send subject week elapsed, before he could be brought
this ordinance. the Seaboard Air Line
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to Tallahassee probably the loudest and lo trial before Judge Hall. H* plead guilty
: EUJlway, its successors' and assigns shall) ,
the liveliest lobby,that Iota ever assault- to.arm-revstrt assault and was sen.
have and are hereby graated the right
eel the buttonhole of '' fenced to
rural "statesmen JaU far four month In default '
to construct and maintain two track
Every! man who hold on* oflhes. office lay. of |100 line '
J-\ : //ipj' and Its railroad thereon from a
operate '
and every man who wants one of ( Only' nine da> s elapsed from the time
; point on the present portion, pf the line
them will at once constitute himself. a he -was wounded till his life WIll cruelly
,
of the mid Seaboard Air Line Railway,
.. committee on. to grasp the Town 7/I ended In th* county convict camp at Vlr-
formerly a of and formerly known
resolution b? 1 ItO tender throat anll.quee. / part die by the atrocity depleted. In th* testiS
i Fernandliia and
aa the main line ot the
.. Cbs life out of IL II'i' many of the witnesses before tilt coroner's
I&i
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Jacksonville Railroad ln Ui city of Jack
It I Ie a /J1I..tlon'whlcb" I J. apt to become sonvllt between Monroe and Fore'th.treer. Jury called together that same diiy<<" i.
a State-wide issue shortly and i' by Justice Bun-sea ot CalUhan
ver/ ,
I Ii .. on said line In' the said oily I
on. thst the people mu.t consider It iij'h'Ii Following la the signed' 't..llmonYIA. t
I thence in A xuthetstrly direction 13
admits of a great deal of dlllOu..lon-an1l )) J. Keen-I ''''Wlh. deceased till*'
and a.c1'Oll.Adam.., Forsyth and Bastreets >
It will doubtless get all the discussing. In Bald city to the property heretofore nornlng for the first time. H. worked

that la coming to It. The Town, resolution hIt known. ties Henry Clark mill property for a while and then refused to work ,
a .. passed by the Illllsborough com and I whipped him with a'leather strop
and now known aa the pi'operty'ofthe
mlsslonsrs,' may b* considered si the ofllelal Merchants, and Miners Trwnspontati4Company and gave him eight or ten lick. He

warning ot th*, approaching. tarn- or Dqfatur H Miller; sin then worked all right until noon, when
pe.t, It I I" calculated, before It finally I saw' him dead In the Wagon
thence easterly to the property heretofore
lands at the State capltol" to blow ' I I I known aa the Bpplncer A. Russell property J. W. Skipper am e, convict rfuard

h through, a number 'of court '.hotse) and I i ij : 'h i I I ;. thence to Commodore Point, on the at the Verdle convict camp. I wa* with
trie office. thereof, creating somethinglike Mr, Keen to-day with the squad that '
/i ( Bt. John river, la th. oily ot Jacksonville
a panic. In a; ,few days. .ow we wilt and upon and ov.r any and all Inervenlng deceased. worked with I...,. ''Mr. Keen '
begin to hear the rustling the leaves. streeta and avenues or' opening whip deceased about I clock this morning

sod the first faint rumblings of the Impending ll I for travel now open or which may be and after the whipping he worked **
thunder good a* th* rest.of the squad "ntll. .bou'
S /11 A hereafter opened and crossed by said
MR '" 10:JO. I next law him deed In the wagon..
TOWNE SCHEDULE'. railroad tracks, permIssion to, lay which .
I did' not see Mm Idle. ,
Mr. Towne"* schedule I. thus told In /1/ I. abo% e' granted ,
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a / 'of saId streets W. A Dowllnganra guard at the
hlmiolf That whenever any
part by : /'
Verdi convict camp I worked the deceased .
"The clerk of the Circuit Court will over, across or along which said .nuki
man yesterday, Tuesday. and h.
receive HMO per annum and all excess shall have been constructed shall btpaved
fee of the odlce (s .now charged, shall 4t'1 0 ft1Eii by or under authority of the ,otvo | Worked all right I also win' with Mr.

go Into, Ih* road fund a. apecllled by the : ( Jacksonville, qal4berd Air.Line Keen on this (Wednesdayi'mrning.. Mr.
jb:4' Keen had .
to 0
; whip 'him t make trim
resolution' : tile few ofthe cotmty solicitor ,.' : Lltr'.zI Railway shall, at its own expense, paveand
work and he worked all
rlgKV atte..d.A1Iolit .
In excess of, 11.000 per a.nnu.t: th* I ' keep m $buraurhepalr the strwt pore .
-. ; i' II a chick 11 saw him stariof *nU 'i
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distinctof
county treasurer, In excess of 12.000: of 5.-' n ace between Its raUs and for a
the sheriff In excess of M 000. .and of the '. a I two feet feet oit e&ch side thereof with fall In a ditch abA three: or /out jnr i

.seessnr., I seen,.. of PII01I. all to be f ' like material and under,Ilk* nieeinoatlontaa picked him up and put om In the wagon, .' .
treated In like manner the city u_ or prescribes. and in default Otto YUIm .- am at present a con-
Plot In this I.. .. -tho J'
deceased
,' the city may pave or camp
I make tItle schedule In view of the of so doing
man this morning ... worked In the
l>av received. by the Judlrlbry of the repair laid space and require payment ..t
from said. Beaboard wood In the same quad .. myself Mr'
thereof
State. The Supreme JudRes receive 13000 the full coat
th. judges of the Circuit Court flTSO, and r't t 11 11I Air Un Railway. : .. Keen whipped him about W o'olock and.
th* Judgesof Ih* Criminal I Court r' I That laid Seaboard. Air Use Railway guns him about fifteen'or twenty lick
: ltrr.i --- and H. also whipped him about 11 :N. and I
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I consider 1 that a man will be & sbsll construct said crossings operate
had to hold him whilst Mr Keen
In the cItieS of clerk of the Clft'ultourt: '' trains thereon within one year from. the whippedilm
-. 'WAs date of the and approval of this : After the flrst whipping Mr. Keen
when h* receives n.900 far the services v' passage
struck him In the Jaw and kicked him In i
Its render I realli the responsibilityof I ordinance, and thenceforth the enld line
railroad shall be continuously .he side. About\ one hour after the last .'
of said company
the office I* larg, but the labor being
whipping I saw dectsied fall. In the dltob
and maintained In first-
a clerical work It has a value. .and a market operated
at all times to regulations and I saw hIm dl. ttv Ih* wairon. Mr.
Subject
value not In uo..ol 1900 per month. class order
.een also said h* would shoot olin It h
"I may mention the assessor In like or change now or hereafter called *
h. would become most r for by ordinance or otherwise aa to nolwHre did not work.
except
emolent manner In hi., work and unbliteed In the Cartoonist of The Metropolis Pictures "The Wonderwayon smoke., speed" grade. elevated tracks Henry Floyd=-I am a convict In' .this

hi. dsclslons, when h* mark. values on viaducts and further right and powenaa camp I'sW the deceased. man to day 4,
when he went work I
property that the County Commissioner ahall be necessary for the protection to saw Mr Kenn

5 will from time to tint be abl to make ot the citizen, anything In this or ln.nOolInoon.llI.nt whip him twice. I also saw Mr, Keen
their *..**.m.llt. from ''the or"to.the contrary notwllh tick Mm' In the tomacu or side. 'r held
i on Opening Night. j standing, and such charges shall be without him both time .... Keen whipped him. '
THE!: SHFRIFFStie : .
it
to till city was whipped" severely and nor than
expense .
..i. tn the .h.rIIY. lit the "a-ico. coon. 1; ever saw on* .whipped. ,
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- *; I consider the c occupation; hasardous VIADUCT REQUIRED Cicero Gadsden am .a convIct In thIs v

and would therefore, stiggeet, that That the Seaboard Air Line Rallwathall camp I wes In the swamp working today -
all tee. In excess of 14000 be paid over cause to be planned" constructed and and I heard some licks and wa told
to the road fund A* to the treasurers ease and ha*. given personal attention .u. . U U' I.. . .. ... ... With Samuel Johnson" By James Bowell. *- maintained" In thorough repair for ", .' Ihat Mr. Keen was whipping the deceased. a.

of the vrjoul counties of the State 12,000I to the most revolting aa, H* expresses Two volume An English cl'"lo.:: benefit ot avid city, paying all axpenaus man, Lnttunor I aw Mr. Keen whip

ample salary for the amount of work EXPERIENCE[ [ OF the belief that the d.I.e. eMs : NZW: : BOOKS REOZIVED : companion to Boswells 'Llf ot .John- and damages 'In that behalf Incurred .a' the deceased man the sound. time and 'P
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attached to their office A* to the so. curable, 'but BOY that cures are con"" viaduct .cover Us tracks from a point on myself and Henry Floyd and Otto Ull-

Hilton I might sy to pay them In ex. soar ely Jlo"lbl.- Lalln-AqI..rlcan :" 'AT PUBLIC LIBRARY "Hungarian Literature An Historical Forsyth street east to Hogana creek to man held him whilst Mr. Keen' whipped ."

e... of what the State pay her attorneys countries, where proper drug and nutritious : I and Critical gurvey.By Emil Helen. a point on Forsyth street west ot Its him. I.... Mr. Keen hit film *o hard

to ne looks" ridiculous foods are difficult for the leper .. $ .'S. The preface UUe: "The present booV racks. upon plans and specifications prepared that the skin curled on the pieces that Hi*

Th. Hlllsboro County Commissioner SYRIAN LEPER to.obl.ln. H. ,Indicates. however.that Is the first attempt In the English I.n.aU. or approved by the Board ot PubllaVorks was whipped I After tbs lad whipping

unanimously Indorsed Mr. Towns proposition with pl.nt"tlt good food and treatment The librarian,report the following new .... at a. connected" story of Hungarian and such viaduct ahall be oon h* worked for awhll.. I... him fall In ',

and passed th* following resolutions with -the proper medicine, leprosy, book on the Helve! at the, publlo library literature" .ducted or contracts therefor approved the ditch and two men had to lift him id
: even In serious caies will succumb : 'Short History of German Literature b ly the City Counoll before any work hall out. I **w him die on the wagon about

."Whr*( It I I. believed that soms of Pr ,plumttoher ,I I. recognised tin the By James K. Roamer A popular survey bo done on Bay street for the track mon. U o'clock
th* county officer* of Hllliborough county Ihedlc and iclehtlno world as on. .t ''Impressions of Japanese Architecturesnd "" from the Nbaung Lied day to the loned In r.t 'n.or : i."ft.d said Pat.board S P. lloWard' am guard of convict ,

and other counties In the Stal of Caused a Stale to( Get Panic th* hlgheit authoritIes: on leprosy He th* 'Allied Aria." D)' Ralph Adiuni modern time of Bunsen and Mommscn sucoeewn In this camp. I aw Mr. Keen whip a
Florida are receiving. In fte, a* the ha* been United State consul at Maicalbo Cram. Ten esoaya dealing with. the ar- Enlivened! with the author personal *xperi and assigns shall constantly of maintain said man. In the wood last wick tfl struck

proceeds of said omr. from fit.000 to sine 1ITI and not only ha* observed tlstlo side of. Japanese architecture.. The nce* 'In Germany and among German laduot or In'the vent It* Injury such or the men with the whip needle and kicked

'11.110O per annum; and Stricken. the treatment of cases In the chapter subject sin 'Qonlus. of.Japa literary shrines destruction reconstruct and maintain . him afterward H* whlpp ad 'hlm.ut ? r

..Wh..... The road fund In. the respective leper colony there. but has conducted nee. Art." Early Architecture of Japan . "Th Method' of the Recitation1" ByC viaduct. as the city may, require n1. tw.nty-nv licks and also kicked' him ,

eountle whets these. oflloes *r* an extenilv* eerie ot aaparinients ,' "Later Architecture of 'Japan" .A. McMurry and F. McMurry. ''Th. every pan thereof In' thorough. repair when'Ivar once and struck him with his pistol Mr.

paying the largest sums are utterly depleted . himself. During the past quarter ccorrsspondence Temple and Shrines." *Tmpl Oardene. method of the rooltation he* sprung out And tle'cliy'siiall have the right Council .t Keen hits the convicts In mad*>( often it
and In bankrupt condition; and. c.ntury too, b. has had an sztn.ive ." Domeatlo Interior." Minor of school room work, and Is'designed' to In the opinion. of the City and from what I, hV* ...n I* cruel to '

..Wh.r..... It I I. believed that the present DR. PLUMACUER'S REPORT. with the most noted Ar..." "... Color Print of Taiwan" "A be.a practical application otha prln hall be deemed necessary, to require the trac4*uJgrantee the convict. I have refused to go In the
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ortlo.rs or other Just aa competent medical scientists, of America and Not on Japanese Sculptun," Futuro Opine of method to the various problem corporation b remove Duval atrwtcrosa woods. wlth Mr Keen on account\ hi* I

would gladly accept th* said omenon Europe Dr. Plumacher has taken a of Jopancee. Art* (lIIu.-rllto4), of class room Instruction. It Is en vh.1w the am now croesea mlatreatment.J .
a laIr' anil reasonable salary basis. great photograph of badcasesof "P..rofll Hyglwia". Uy<. Alfred A.Woodhuii. effort to bring together and to ....anl.. Us tracks, with sultabl' I pproVh. E. Tlppln, .*-I am guard of convict
AMERICAN! CONSUL) SAVS TUB DIPKAIB many the same far
lower
and by rason of the said Change! manyhundreds leprosy and In many way and for Th subotanrs"nf lecture the various principles that control skill to the west and to xtend, the then. at this camp. _) worked the deceased.
and to
of thousands of dollar saved to undergraduate at Princeton. A II practicable man Robinson. Lsttunar, yesterday l
In given, tul't.acllln6-Fr the Preface.
ft NOT CONTAOIOV long period hi* com contact with 11.1' Duisl street
annually lo the tax paver of Florida, .... U. was warned that he wan (ery practical and useful handbook. New Thought .Book. Th New I xlatlng viaduct; on th east land contantly (Tuesday), September, lith. and ha Omit. '
"Now, therefore, the County C'ommle- -- In danger of getting the discuss "1m- "Th Esrller Renalssanca." By GeorgeSalntsbury. ; Thought Reading Club of thl* city bar on Duval street from. In thorough> I what I consider a good fair day'( W'fk.

sinners of Hllleburough county, Florida" nit but h* ha not taken It. ifs A scholarly presentation of removed their in aka and maeadnee from maintain I lh 11111 I saw him en this (Wednesday) morning
be first required by
In seeelon. asmbld, hating. regard forth II. I* __. *.. l a she Medical 554 treated severer leper patient with a the literary condition of ,Europe 'during the room oecup:od by them In the Woman repair, such .work to ordlnanc and the going to the wood and h* seemed to b* a
beat Interest of the tax payer ol the fifteenth century. '. Club building. and have (dont d the City Council by man able to do a day* work. I did not ,
our county do reec.lv aa ,follow I .....tI.:' Werld ae a Hlga...<.ert
"".. -That the genatotand member Porto Foot 11_..,.. A study of health Injurious where It I* accessible, to all readers. proved by lbs when I aw him si the camp dead.I .
.f Ih*. Legislature from Illllsborough Lerre.y-Me 1% Mewever "'*r, Supreme Court of Rico He say article In dally ue*, tobacco And It Is understood that. those pclnc think that It' the deceased man had t,

county ere ..*..b" requested to vee their that the treatment .OOlllpll.h.4 VK* food liquor, eto. FANCY COTTON'O..S' provisions ss to lbs viaduct shall In mspect'mim hid good treatment that,'h* .would have
Mark Afraid .. .all *.. reliant results and h* doubts not that the general pro '
( |> .. te against
the mad hand to work
best effonil at coming session olth "flynamo-lClectra: | Machinery! A Manual a good
O.n.rl Aleembly of Florida' to hare A few week ago' th* satire eastern It would have been effected.. .> cur* had the I for Students Electro Tochnlc" Hill Cent. r. ':; :;...__ la Mew Islona for viaducts Dr. J. W. Smith..My prafnjfcnnal opln-.

enacted a general law by .which. It hall sufferers given proper food. In By Sylvanu P, "Thompson.. Two vol. Tons: TUay.New MAKING UP TRAINS Ion Is lhat ii,. deceased nun, RobinsonLaltlmor P
kll provided thai officer* In counties "'hose portion of this country Will thrown his opinion no permanently fhe good re- um... A thoroughly practical, not too And said company, Us successors snj *, cam by his deslh through "
il. will b attained ,
population *xee n>
jtste cosine hll' : b* put on a fair and Syrian without. friend and sorely upiiiet.d'wsu .. colony, or at any other leper o..t. If dynamos. Ther are many electrician' cloth ease, having been advanced on the parts of tralna or stop any t.ajn.) engine whipping
reasonable" salary basis: and the *xcee. In n,. until ha patient are given: plentyof who will lIed this book of value to them."Recent . calendar It. eotne. up for argument today 0. car en or: across said Adsms Forsytn Th. ihembcrs of the coroner! jury were

I fee received from *.ld office over and endeavoring to reach strong, nutritious food.. types ft namo-Elaclrlo Machinery and the case I* now being cooaldneed. or Bay streets or any streets now oponr Jesee 'Oreen, "T. A. Allen, J, A, 'ur"n. ',
abov the said" salaries shall b* paid Into I some plc at which h* might .receivereaLment In eenclidtng his exhaustive aid In,* ; A Complete Guide for he Electrician : This llUgstlon. which Is sos of hereafter to' be opened by the city au.horltlee cy, J, S. S. Carroll end II 1. Carroll. .i

the road fund of the rape,'Mv* counties II* wa* denied admission |*."..tilt5 report Dr. Plumacher say 11Wht Engineer Sludnt and JYofeseor1" th* mot Important customs controversies that ObeY be paved by the oltyuthorttlea They rendered. Ih.* following, vwdlattAfter '
fur th. .. of building and Improving leproey I* w* do not y.t 1 of Jacksonville requesting II.. ttendanr of INJ -.
pur" to house railroad refused to ; By Edwin J. Houston and Arthur pending. Involve the construction to be of the olty
macadamised and other hard sur- any ; carrybime know but our people at home should E. Kennelly Include American types siren Ih* co-called oountable cotton cloth and at ssld crossing of Bay street or V,', Smith of Callahan, )'Is., and hear.. '. '

fate highways In said. eountle. even on freight trains; |.>*ople de- ; b* enlightened through the press that Of machine only, from a"", practical schedule of the IMngley\ tariff! act. Under ther paved *tret. .t>y said .company.
Second..That the** resolution he lined to Mil hIm food; h. was. glv.n i It la cruel to shun and abandon a poor standpoint with enpious Illustration. the ruling of the Federal Court of Appeal ticrosaors or' ...I.n.. II or they shall. .'I deced wa I win imm.rcirully whipped

printed In the publlo press of our e.liy. morsels to eat aa the end of long pol..; suffering! human ereatur becau' h* I I. Numerous. plate and. plane: but no math- *. Genres Rlgg *. Co.. the Importer piers and maintain such gate or get** its on the tOld dy of September I Hot, and ?t
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and that the throughout If a Lesarui Smell pox Is much more th city authorities, died from exhaustion, caused. from *
newspaper was ehunn.d a. eontact with him I *mat ".. ef the fabric concerned In the test may be required by -me.
Florida V* requested to copy th* Mme. meant death, and Anally a Stau -Weal contagious. ] will cheerfully attend la "A Dictionary of Electrical Words, case. won and If th* government hadacquleared sod a competent watchman In rharge sod w* And that this whipping wa lime 'It

and that other Hoard of County Commissioners Virginia we* nearly panlc-strlck.n any class of leper, but smallpox makes. Term and Phra_" By E. J., Houston. In th* ruling, certain fancy nay be required by the pity authorities by on. A. J, Keen, a convict guard employed :t

be requested to lake similar becaus the afflicted man wa set down me shudder I would. If allowed ,th* Brief. concise definitions, useful, especially ....VI. would hsv nierdthl country This' without derogation frum. but la reeucnuinn by Mr i' ft. Wilson at lbs Vlrdl .
action .In their respective reunite 0" a blesk and remote mountain side, srletllon.. rther storm a battery than to students.Dlngraphle .t tales of duty lower titan those charged of the city's rights W require convict. rsmp"; t

"Thlr4--Th a npy of these resolutions Itisre lo live or dl*. nobody iteming to go .lo xamln a mallpos patient. ft the following writer In on ordinary. good. Dumestla manufacturer such different or other means of prolen- .---- -- -.. I

b* forwarded to the Honorable Na. "ar* which.After '. "The Famou* Women' wrte; Oeors were alarmed at the court decision lion to the people *nd properly passing bRAd! ("IlCBII4TIIf.: ;

po<*oa H.: !**" Uovernor of theitati the unfortunate Syrian had .I'U'IP"L] n.t.. Eliot, by Mathlld Blind; J.... Austin by and the solicitor ..n.... personally along suck streeta or other Mreels .f Hu ---
ft FUvMa.I and that h* b* reqiMeled'f roused lo b* a nln days* wonder med. Mr. (Cbarie MaMeni Elisabeth BarrettDrowning appealed to Ih. Supreme Court to city and th. company'* duty to comply "Navel Pay" el A'leelle IHf H'sTKvenl '

to deal with this aueeilon In his forth. teal| ecl.oll.ls, began to volunteer Ih* I.. ossa ta dew. yk Cae .!'. pauses by Jhn H: Ingram; Miry review the finding of th. "lower tribunal wick .uch requirement at its. own **. "

j"t coming massage_to lie I.egteUtur" formation that leprosy we* not aeonlaglou I's-Day. Lamb. by Ann Qllohilst.Thoma While th. writ certlorart was granted. p..n.'. to 'Inspect ills Chelae Improvement sn4 :,.
dt.*._ and that practicallytie Hart Beaton" By TheadoreRoosevelt. Ih* Hl.l* russ would not.. In Ih* ordinary oelelirallon but: ,
OM ri4ks': re. g5iirsskhaves. . thane of Infection or' cooisgtun New 'Verk, O<'t.tTi.: *Municipal Clubap.sted ('American Plataumen" series pr0re4u..II.,.. .been reached for at rVr'nllle. Ik. Malla.. dsp success, Three .*4t jr1.orh was csptalna a free :

Oft 1. .Th* Old\ Ftttiierp'peuotoa would have bn taken by anybody. I Oils ftrooon II'to' th* *ea un, and .)' ,Preotdenl Roocv.lU: because elhi Inset two year Heavy refunds and 11.0m/ "owl one commander and two lleulennt! earn ;
and oonle.1 of skill. brought" I..tbat .- who might have come 1 la contact with will hold open" TlV usual praliK ..t.n""* "study rf the hletory of th. similar pretests new an th* upended Lockport. N. T.. -Th trial o( msndeis psrtlclpaled Berretary Hona

.. her a large nuivbrr of skillfulti.UiMsts him. To**. statements new are sup- on the 9th ef September. ass poat.I Mlddl We.t, was admirably qualltted to file of the hoard of appraisers await Ih* Ralph Tllleaton mall clerk on the Lake taf tell-ta led the speaking, end was followed: f

\' but nun were M prominenti plsni.nted by all 'Om"t.1 Oucuus.nt. pond on acouunt at the. unveiling of U. writ the lift t* thus highly ptcturasqu' Anal decision, Th solicitor general I appear Chore Railroad. for lining the mslla *- by Admiral ighlun. teaeral Jlura<4

lion. S. D. MeKalr. president ef the wriur by l>r Kug.ne H. flumacher I status of Wsahlnglea. *| th. pta.. at VVw
ktle>..ippt. Railroad'' ('..mIMl"",. who *orepied AmerIcas raneul at Maracalbo, Veotuela. .j I lit* WUIIamsburg ilrlgad Th* dub took The taoist Book! Selection In Prow Smith for the ImporterstUverford. object ot the releLIUhm.nl fit navy. t
the Invitation of the Prugreealv .' Lv riumarlier. In a report la .trip around lbs harbor at th* Invtta .nd Vn From lbs Urltling cf Sidney ----- ..l>lil.a ef .L.ssb.e Last, ay was to Impress the ot *l

Vnk. to enter the eonteeu Ui.Selr I* lbs Stale iwpannieut. ,......rt.. .after ton ef .... dark department e.i_lally .....Iet'." Edited by Mary .. Ilurt.lll .- -H..rf.-.l.UJi.- ..&. Vancouver II. e, Orl 4--A -*ampsnyat ties'r.oeol 'cacaO review r.1k'O: 1

*. oU Brook.haven. her, end was fur lung luay1, that leprosy Is But a CAI- I 10 Inwct Ih* .'''.._ Improvemeat *n4Ih .best poems and the cream .r'1hIi'jJi! 't>** ;: Pa: OttH...*rfurd I present operating. mill In Washing and i... fiord a timely opportunity With, .!

-r..re.- -el .lbs '1 ea-.w"-, ,,, the aglau* .1H."t.rf1 I* h.redUry awOennM; 1-loyd pier The IDCB ., (nm_ of bask dealing with Flnrtdii.) ace played lu Oust gm. ef football far. the I ton' utAte have acquired. a wy large oul imllllr! .'-nln..n.... for Indorsinghe

.. He "look. forw NI to te-nlgat with to a remarkable ..t."I. H* h**' here dined ca U>elr. return. ttatu Ihl ,Ut. kr. gathered la this little volumeJouraal MOI la-day. It* opponent .we. tb. I 11'art .vt lumber land In British Columbia. P's.tieel'5 .pulley lot aa lucrese* l.., '

very |>l.*.eact aa ".,.. ,- saudi as *.all.u.t" *'''.*:tI' the 'dl- tie trip at a Ivor t* the. liebrMe Me
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t.f' f I the play1' *. ban to liad I I. offered by tne-. .
attitude of the wodicnc> t, WIII'' f
I rln *1. Old +enilme' ire rdtit t true I .
settled long ago, always evoke
lutndcialping'; te ua ..., evu. ,," LO "
; 'lTELLS] fl2! STORY make the thatrlnsr. pyre gill-ten inet A Neat for
part 'of the 1>ull<1lnll-oot only Cottage $1,750
when the 1'rtvheetr play. the Md tongs ra
It alone but 'when the! acne comes or the I
f stands for*
surrender of Lee and the old mauler ot i I I.I
Plnkney HO M mot Ida boy, home from
the disbanded army of Northern A Ir1 .I,
g1nlaA| for "DUI." Its placing threeteve \ !

n' q L BAKERS COCOAUsed to lift the roof after the second set wIh) ,r , .
*o 1 Inspiring la It. It 1. enough to real .
tae how stirring Is the grip of this play I
(n the sentimental emotion. to consider
that this la a rhararterlstle demonnra I ,
r lion of an audience of Northerner and , -:
i RoundiKeWorld.XHighest _
Southerner which nil the Duval ) '
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t'' atar whenever a popular play I* on U l r''. .' '.,
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\ The everlasting muolcal comedy ..
) eeea Flnnegan. Ban. "bee been '
and AmerIca.t. cured for.an eng"4tement r-f matinee. and
night Saturday at the DuVat Theater.
/ handsomclrIfluqiratecf Like good wine, Flnnegan. Ball Improveo -
t.;, Recipq i with jt. and has been rewritten I'I
!i Bool entirely. for the *..eaiion. tour, Of the
ent free.
I famous comedy, which bus nude roil-
lion laugh and earned. a fortune. there I '
I* little left but the original title, anew r '

..arw.enarwdel.e WALTER BAKER jg G I' musical lines number new butrines have been..nd1 Introducedand \ :new

oeveral' of best vaudeville alters In
Established 1780 Dorchester Masse4A America are engaged and will render
their specialties during the action of the.
clever comedy .
New and beautiful" ,
_ .. _ scenery gorgeous
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'{ .. 'W and axpcnalv costumes and a chorus or

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ice DaullnsT new uniform. ban been pro)- Sunday, November eta. the day before' the music cr.at.d'1I1. favor among the pub : flat
arfi ,cured. by Prof. Jovln, for1 hi* Royal 14111 opening of the Carnival, on a Cljrdi Una lid and critic Jovln.'. band aland ou t
lrleamer. and during the week of the Cai* Individually from the general run of hl( r ,
y tart Band 411 Half to b. worn on their! clam lo I iia \
nival which will b* attended by ylslton muslo aggregations, for hi mu .,
kW trip from N.w York City to Jacksonville, from all over the Slat and South, the wide deviation from poem that bed bee
r Ira, when th. band will play during th.Carnival. band will furnish regular muslo The running; for *o lone with 'other band.
yl November tth to 1Mb. Th bandmaat.r Is 1 preparing.. a .p clal pro The Italian reputation, I I. rune)rag 1, .
photograph hows/th band u It appear. gram for the baby how. which will b* apace with ,11 t of Souna and Other famou .
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t on the bandstandwhen In full refill on children day. November 8th. He will bandmasters and he I* hooked mil '
!Some An* mu.lolan. ar. member of this also play a quality of muslo that will appeal for New fork HI* coming 'to Florid:
band, which will be lien at J.ckeonvUlelor especially to Southern people. muchof I. In the nature of a vacation, and th
the drat time In any part of the South. which 1 Is of hi* own composition elegant winter climate and tropical allure. See I C C. WARRINGTON i' CO for P
IM1 Among, them era tour soloists, who hav Jovln* I.I a famous bandmaiter, and ..h* menu were held out a* an Inducement I' PRESS BLDRTDOB.C ,
l attained a broad reputation. attracted a treat deal of attention In New him by the Carnival Association who '
# i The band will arrlv In Jacksonville York during. ;: the past sesson, where his It engaged him at a big cost mdlam with Al O FleU Mlestrelabeautiful Particulars'i

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Broadway show girl are greataid
to the original Barrett brother, who\
already rank aa.the beat of Irish comedian _
In making the hit of their live In
th* new fun trust, Flnnegan Ball" !ingenuity. trngth and brilliancy, 'Hu I
man Heart. 1 I. a marvel of stag oraft, '
. done by a matter hand In stage adroit-
The powerful .and Impressive _10. n***. Th author haa poured out his entire I OPEN SEASON
drama. 'Human Heart" presented by store of theatric knowledge In this
.n exceptionally ttrong company: of play' He- ham produced a work of nuurnlftcent -
t tt player, will be offered for the approval poaslbllltle for a m.lodramatlor j
of,, the lovers. of all that I I. .clean and Th character are finely drawn .
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wholesome In melodrama on the stair dialogue le I crisp, taehuman interestIc t
t' at the Duval Theater. this afternoon and I all absorbing, the comedy la charming -I Shootin'
For and Nov. 1st
t onlght.'Human. the pathos I I. sincere, Taken In Its quail turkey begins ,

: Hearts' has been firmly *s. entirety, "Human Hearts" 1 I. probably 1906. 'In our big show window will find on '
ahllshad a* one i of the most originaland one of the strongest plays'' over shown ogf you
Interesting of modern dramas. The the American stage the line of Clothing
display most complete Hunting( -
author has long bern famous aa a playwright Prices for night ar*: Orchestra. II and
but In the present Instance. hala n, cents and for balcony, M cents; mati Guns Ammunition etc. ever shown in this
curpaaaed all.his former efforts." For, nee B and (0 cant ,

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Intelligent effective and quick to learn A I'lsvlea |-.o pl.,
4k Jut ""what la repaired of them. Not A member of the Chlnee legation,' I Isled
only 1 that they take an Interest In thrwork. '
O. Klld Mlnstrola play their. annual with which It 1* 'likely to be most compared Mlu Walker Her study In' the stock ri I fully believe that those rf In splendid<", pulo tilled glllcg, wee ,
engagement at the Duval Theater Is more" violent, and the other dramas > companies tog.ther'wltb her experience Jamaica and Barlmdoe require no elect. talking Tins, he jnld, "cmia an-
rip on nut Wednesday?matinee and nlgntIt ,.1, of thl. time are not only more vlo of'lat ,season In more than tmpor anc* from Chinese laborer wh.t.ver. Al tldbublu. We hv no plug la Chine
ys tint often> that any one. gel a laugh lent but less! Inter.otlng The dashing I tant production, have r."e her ar t time goes on the negroe will Improve ;n" The right way to fasten thing* I II with
ii at' th. expanse of Al O, Field when he blade appear*, of court There.ere the far The finish beauty and freahnbiw. or i profloloney-th* pat damonitrat 'that button) odd buttonhole or with toope
U off the (tag*. But when they. do, Mr, 'nevlUbl dlipalahe and on* ofcries m.Interest whoa: : !wer. perhaps the. chief INHUMAN ltifA tTI.4. nod fasten
frog To, things with
roe Pay" usually appreciates the Joke at conalit of, the Inrush, of Confedtroop causes of her popularity In the days of 'A icl*..W* We.....' pin
well a. thf friends who "hav* the Uugnn ate *. But no one who over ono The Crlals have not suffered In the development . .., . . -.----. The our. that eland to Its cr.dlt li to make plIfI ot *n untidy ro.lteuirt:
him:" look dramatic compaction will Salve alntlfla To employ pin li -lo become laiy and
a apart 8h I I. .1111 aa charming a* make BuokUn' Arnica a >
It' While t'h. Ala. Field Greater idle1 regard theme clement .a* the chief when the theatrical world first mud her wonder. It cared K.. R. IfulforJ, slovenly. We have no ping In Cblnt. ,
strata were reh arlng before the insane strength of "On Parol On ,th* conrary acquaintance But her art has: grown until MAGOON HAS NO -USE lecturer for the Patron of Husbandry Certain .foreign wniifctur' ihlppod
pnd Mr. Field was the : the play I I..-dlitlnotly study of It overshadows her pe'lIOnalltllnd Waynuboro, Pa., of a distressing case
Fy an amusing 'Incident that .: ;JI''n': :.: motion. .of very beautiful emotion**. Visa Walker. will b. the last to. regret of Piles. It heal the wont Burns, nllllong of them to u* In the put but awe
7 ,company enjoying a hearty laugh at hi, Th play i. of lanH \lnt.r...t. With the hat that I I. soit Bores,' Bolls. Ulcers Cute-Wounde. Chilblain gent thorn il lelf. WI bid no UM for llthem
1 ."pease. and It waa eeversl minute before FOR CHINESE LABOR and Bait Rheum Only it* ate We were too natM
i the minstrel nwgnat grasped the druggists. I
,dtuatlonPrs _
*. Bldrldg the Commandar-ln- Ileirat ha one advantage. H* decant, Y..ipt.**l...*..
,Chief of the Army ..t Fun" had lustrc have to tell when' got It. Everybody. "On of the lad* ''in nIl Bunday
arrived In Oalumbu. from Europe. when I. .. Governor of Canal Zone Says Negroes Will know .h* Inherited til* pile school nines," write a correiponJent --1
h* toured. during the summer' tnoetb. "had been to a munlcal gerrlr and
l and everything Wile exoitement. in the .f- '" Dig the Big Ditch.diaries Oeswrel nolxrt B. Leo,
hid hard then violin solo
a which!
4t fort of Mr. field and hi* lieutenant to r. was the greatest general the world
pet the show-In perfect working order L _I H** ever known Ballard. Snow'Llnl- a number of the note were plated(
t; fur Ih*' opening engagement which was, ; m.nt U the greatest Llnlm.nt Quickly with foyer Instead of the bow-plul-!
1 E Macoon the retiring! Unitedmales treat them would Drove far lea. useful
t only a few dsy oft oure all pains It I* within the reachof cab I think li the musical trtn Tbs
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minister
to Panama and Governorof In, the work of digging the canal then the
the .
"Th Gridiron Club big flrt .part T
all H. Pointer MempeteadTea.
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; the canal son, a/rived In New York present l.boreMl. I gravely doubt. the boy dimcrlbod I I. n* 'a piece with a 11111oo
rhrd. Mr Field
feature wm being wrlteii, Title U to that Ballard -
certify
tale week on the Panama Line, steam, efficacy of Chinese labor To obtain the cough I In It' "Mincbpntor Guardian
w** 'working Ilk a beaver on the etege.J '. Snow Unlm.nt bee bn used In :
hip Pannma after an absence on the best result from Chinaman Involve. des t
arranging the big ..'t In which appear i ," of' my household for year and has b...nRheumatic
thmu* eighteen menthe Mr 14" prowls mmaurea on the part of oontraotor -
iiotabUs prominent In the affair.rt .c.lI.at Liniment for
to
mnny found t. an
goon. who bas been appointed Govern a *-nothing less thin the peonage system Revel Hieltrni.alt
r this and foreign countries. It wa a ot Cuba, showed no hesitation In tI."I.r.Inll' end that lyitem would not h. tolerated palm I a mn.v.r without "Will there much life la tb* '
semi-dress rhearul Ih* weather was Clark. Mala and
h believe In Cliln ... United W f Hold< by Thomas
that did not by the Bute have 2.UIO town from which rim.T"
swell.rlnahot Th performers. Inoludli ; you
f i: ,. labor. and at the same time deplored that t. looo Chinamen working' on the ciuiolnow. rorsyth.
Frees Sldrlrt: .. Paul La I t vtwnl director. Hoard-null. V. Cam*, employed on the canal., wrre ..m.clent have ad*<|uat.ly demonstrated that Winston' ChJick.il dldn hr the whe' seen the gtlicrln In our cemetery ota
Harry Anunk sad other wen' 'golnn . ". tie of the Boston and Mala Railroad In k
and ffotlve. and that they ooul.1b. the Chinese laborer will not do a stroke lIulll1A-Ual1> Neter.
over"* their, reipeotlv part.. They bad .y i time lo get off the track,
the work througcompletion than driven
/ relied upon to carry more they are to do, and that
i1 made th.mselv comfortable by re- ,.. ; ,. to . when they have saved up cumolent moneyto
moving their outer wear and they were '.. ., : Phoenix Flo.orei Show u* the mgr who never mike
&II I believe that those who talk of the start a shop they quit work at oboe, Park. Moving
landing In the wing wearing wile.. ; .... slue. of coolie labor'' b* said. "ar* not without warning ; to-night 8:-30, Free tiok.ti a rrlstik end w* will show you a 19n
of the
loupe, and beard vartatni r,1ih. .
fully conversant with the facts, Chinamen On the contrary adapt them.selves
b .n ,.,, **...n'-.I. Mr Field' w*. i" ,;., treated' a* the United flute* would! to our Industrial' ngroe methods; thy *r; luu6d on can who Deter mkkg aDtblulWalllDd._
' running around tIe elate In his ballet. .lf .i n
busy faahlnun. II* ram upon the *ggregallon I .' : : '::.'. .
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if nntsbles who had the li .
ppearam of being member of theE : ; '. r
H 0, 1>, Union rather than anything \ ; Are"Probably
.Is*. Mr Field s eyesight I* not any i't': You
too good end h* had nut previously olio .... . .
served that the comedians had removed A+
t their 001 and .chlrts, H. took on. .1'. ; o _
I# kwh: 'What the hell *r* then p*.'pl* ., ... \\ '"
dulng on thl* *stage let all themeeamsiWs C' ''
and! oth.rs who beveled any ') aRose Customer
>t buslnen her put ft this hou. **,:" fcyll .. "k: x S---l- "
*.l in *h* stage manager* The ./
C laughtr. that followed put. Mr. Field > '
"WIM' to the situation. i ) < ...
silt sea Tuesday go en *al* at Lesko m A ,McNelll's .' ;k "meraearper'"* If you are you know the quality of .Old Rose Rye and Old Rose Corn.

A l at.l !'. You know that for thirty-nine yean Rose has been distilling whisky and selling ,
Every boy and girl pie the oily will v4. 4r -ogt.

k* delighted Coiniway,lo I I.hear booked that at perk the *Duvet IU4lloy t' ; t EVENE :{ it to the consumer 'You know that Rose: does not sacrifice quality, for price..

ti Theater for next ITrUlay. mtln and. .

i _\Itfttl. . .. TA A. IA FHTb You know that Rose depends upon absolute purity to sell his whisky. .

+y who*.Plks.r.. alsaye! the good delay'llllo food Bill'for gems bon You kno& that in case of sickness that you can give Rose's Whisky to any member of your iamily with the supreme

t ..... and. la nobody help their th e good WUlc>r.CUM hew..rr..d bg* satisfaction of knowing'that you are using the best to be had. I '

Laming.having what Country>* termed eMrkus Ih*which Wlks. Home mean You know that your order was.always shipped by first express after receipt.. '

thai there will 'b* plenty or lai.."hler You know that you could have gotten your money back, if not satisfied, by asking for it, You know that Rose'
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for the city (>\1 The twmmlll In o. met.B.rulnWnalton .
' charge ilclms they will have tea lure* most valuable asset is back .of every sale That's his reputation. .
that the l> ruum A lialUy show" NilI I of the slot clearly 4n view" Th other* nf the Have mbr.1
.I nut aRurd to r.rrjr. "n.aqua.III" the,1, It wee curtou tit not. thai nut a singe lo da la At tl tumslv nmMuiy late 1 their .*. Four' full quarts: ofRose's Old Rye or Rose's Old Corn, or four quarts) assorted, shipped by express ,prepaid; for: ,;
many good CII>ln In store fur tile: I l..rfla Irene the room until the eurutuI Mr Borrana t. dashing I II
I kUal* tbeM"' hrh' *r* an-I I IKuunred ';I I. rung "uBUI I If It can ,tee dun I atuit fever, alls. as AleLhe alwajs.. Lue andtaunt I II $3.40 to any address in the following states: Georgia, Florida, Alucama, N, Carolina. S. Carolina, or any point on the
I fir the Ink and Istk' without seeming <. 4l.par.g* Ih* other and All.'h..l r wear counterpartotunie '
ef November ere *1]>*OI* Ikrf I "IN):< attention iwuld be r4 latter days In 1"II11n" U| I* the la.l i ilentlon 16 'III. lire set II .am*, Apart. alt wot Iv* MMMitary figure Mis.. hiulenI I the
send mail. Do
of HelKi Hill boy t, I Postoffice or Express Money Order New York Exchange or money by registered
Remit by
givel'! maN all tike I rest of the play. U la a* admirable Oreb Margin Ccraan' remembcra' )
Ibee entertainment. every y*.r. drinutl .'ud.ri.. .>. valatll a* :.mLI Tlmdg of 'Th* Col- '
pewee .* bring .rr n...il will IM *.-|11 I I...... aiul 'vel.'ort at pwaoiMlttl twfaA keg* WUtvwT f. X. Conlaa. T, f Jack not send stamps or personal checks.

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MOUNDS OF MYSTERY would fear. Coroalmo nor the Apacbe strangely decorated.: A largo earthen- I Til*' pony, scalped Mm stripped blm grpund by one blow of Ala tomahawk. ? LEAQ GLASS. (f{
Kid wa yet la I hie reign ot 'terror, bowl covered the head, ,aa a skullcap SCALPING THE ENEMY of bla-clothing and rode away. A* he lay there partially stunned and '
'but the Apaches were out for blood Across the thigh bone rested another SHOW Early In tbe morning another ,,..Ilbtmht bleeding,' Little Turtle fired two if Th* rror**..a h; Whisk .It .I*; Oa* S(..l

THE LEGACY LEFT fcV/THE ANCIENT and the country wn a formidable one bat a smaller one. In this boll" were I THE INDIANS GLORIED IN ,THIS wi flagged by a hideout looking rows Into bis body, pinning1 hIm to.tb* tad Pelt...... ,t!.
But Smith A hundred many itrlnglesa. colorless bone beads Designs to be followed by tile cutter' 11\,
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pressed on. I FIENDISH PRACTICE object which turned out to' be the earth. Then, a transport of fiend tare
TRIBES CF .NEW MEXICO. tile of Here there everywhere, upon the I snot first tl1'II"D' the.blink or plain \\f.
... allN beyond village Magdalena, brakeman who bad been through lahaees, he took Itobert'i own pistol i
--- -; beyond the famous Hone springs, floor, lay thousand\ ot bone, taken I the sad scalped. He"bid re and knot him, the bullet lodging In his glass with, whiting and water and then, ,
AP..allBT Kilvma |T.. the ....,..tI.t.I. later the scene<< oft",. never to be forgotten one at a time from the made of sand Tie Greater the tra.ry of th. VI. ettt. tense*, and: knowing that backbone. Not quite Mtlsfled that he traced wltb red?lead and turnentlne.The .., :;t.)
the H.....** Mil tHy .< ..... meestcree-beyond<< the old, historic and rock! that bad filled the 'chamber .tlm the' .... ala Mvmlf. Wa rri.r. the train was due; walked some dls bad .made a good job of It, be stooped Brat cutting Is classed a* "rough- jt

na. With It. HaMl Kmimrn, Pe*. : :Turkey niountaln and the lurid of Their weapons! their utensils, their ,Ma ,'Mha; *"rrlv.'' ...... Terrible 'tepee down the track to I..eft from ever the boy's prostrate body lug in the glim factory, 'when the l.]
t pled With I.....<..., plnlonn, wbere the silvery Tnle Roe gods, all, ererytblpg, .,dill lay about Or..al-Ta. f..* .( R.h.rt MoQ*. being 1 wrecked lie was taken on ning. ,hit I knife around his eftd glace I. cut or ground out wherever!: 1

Much has been nrrltten ,of the cliffS wind and has wound its way foe cea- the premises, covered by the wreckageof the; of beard, and the train meved up to"the .Ixty-four equate;' Inches of his.' peal 1...,. then I. a red line. The first cutting: \
the root'and' the drifting land from Of origin scalp taking but lit. which after b'-ct"oft" or ronghtng Is with a loft ate l disk tyt .
dweller vast volume bare been compiled thrice untold-this valiant pioneer of wreck, plundering It, theIndlsns trimmlig It off Jut oar*. I,
; ofDabu&o the weit ventured with hi* burro train the desert edge, :. die la known,,, and that :rogue ,.eL Invdefinite left )ast ** It was thrown over Believing, bis ,victim t* >* dead by which ther Bow a email stream ot ,a I.
concerning the ancient tr1bu and tmaty knife and rifle. Tb.,Mound of Mystery' I* not the Nearly every tribe has sosae through their devilish act that time, the chief abandoned water and very fine **nd. Th disk; I t., .

the,Toltec, the vanished descendants Smith, whom the author bad ,the'! only one 'In Socorro county which contain \ .wild' weird I legeud to, account maths t saw the I unfortunate min some but others of the band! In passing. back./ In a ,ilathe,. and th*' glee I... held ,by'
,, o("'''theKir god" ot andent pleasure of meeting shortly !before bla such things, but Is more rife with custom, but these tradition vary widely month afterward lIe.was perfectly I ed him with their knlve and poked the band of the cutter, ''abd'on'' his ,V

Mexico, and nil the long' tone tribe ottb death wa by nature Intended *. aoarcb.eolor1.t" treasure .than. ,' tbe''r.at..' Scarcely a. 'as to the tau .., Tbat,raiding tbe recovered but with a horrible looking hole Into him with their long lance ability to firmly.hold the glass and -"

*. great 'loutltweit bar* bid tbelf ". for bli lore of tbe rare mound la all tbat 'hundred 'mile city hair of an enemy I II of great antiquity bed. He stated that the bullet, although AU the other in the" train were long .itrue eyesight to see that line pro followed . l.'

place In fictitious and,historic nirra- and ,curious,' the myiterlou and in- of the dead"! .without Ita skuU, Its there Ie I no'doubt, form the'Bible It la knocking 1 him down, bad not Hue dead killed outright, and their depend the quality of the article. 'Vj.
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tire. But who has beard of the mysterlou tine, was dlreetlyreepuaelble tor his pottery: or penate But th* "Mound related hew the, soldiers ton the akin made hIm unconscious, and the bodies mutilated. a, 1"
,tat Atlantla" of New Mexico, final determination to renlde'' In that of Mystery" is like a I palace amonjhute : from the beads of their greatest. trill during the awful, night After tae "" had completed CnCglas* in blank or plain form I I. t.
lbs vanished .ople"ot.' the mound, land of ruin and 'relic*. Until the a .great d labyrinth ot grottoes . vanquishedfoes was the necessity of shimming dead, their 'work they rode, whooping and known II lead gins or best me till) f.;

whore tribe! were once p the autumn day of his death he never left the 1 among the lesser cells. ,, be not daring to even groan while the yelling. away, and the troop. tbat had glass. crushing or olplng| like wand1'', ,::1'
leave and who perl.hed-Dot Individ- "hundred mil city o& the dead; Uut An examination' of the skull In too: With tbo North American savage Indian was eawleg.at his scalp<< with witnessed tbe whole iff'sir from their Instead of,shattering breaking. like
" sally. but a* a r' *-lIt one fell swoop, remained for over thirty years to explore "Ruins Encintada" shows that if there appears to be some close affiliation a very dull knife vintage ground came, upon t scene window or lime glass. I.#.. fits
a* tam the avenging wrath ot God its mounds and cavern.., they were Indians they were fir from ,between the departed and his The other Instance which. baa com to Investigate and learn 'whether the From the roughing or .first'cutting j;
The attention ot tile archaeoloftat To tbe' tlrelcwi efforjta ot this sturdy Ilk the 'Indians of today The flat hair. I hive often asked many a blood under my own observation 1* that ,olBobert 8ieax had been properly met or not bv the article being cut: goo to th*;, fiA.
bat. pent centered upon tbe lacy history pioneer the Biultluonlin Institution forehead, the prominent nose. the narrow begrimed warrior why he should barsfor McGee, In 1864 McGee, a the IlII.tec111111Ja of, the'caravan.' The smoothing process the lam linee'or''' I"":'

,of tb. 'cliff. dwelen, upon their owe lone'of his moet valuable] New vertebra and other Indian characteristic a dead man's hair and Invariably a 'I..I lender' stripling of a. lad, came to ofltcor, In command was, very properly cutting being: followed' on\ two stoii* '
. borne and their biblti, forgetting that lInlco-.ntlQtll11tll. It was he who ei* kte not to be' found i&tho number of reasons have been assigned Leaven worth. Kin, seeking employ court martlaled and dismissed la disgrace disk, one of Gralglelgh or gi* stone' I
there exists In, peculiar proximity a cirated the "Rnlna EncanUdai," he skulls! as they exist In this one bill It U an evidence to his people that h. I tram the lervlco He never gave. Imported from England and the other ,;,

Held of more attractive mystery Th who first brought to,light the many catacomb The, forehead I Ia rounded baa trtunified' over his enemy Tb i government ny' satisfactory. raason tor his outrageous of blue stone the finest cutting being'l! l If
cliff'dweller* b"',. drawn our attention mysteries of it. trim and ghoatly grotto the temple full, the cheek low and scalp are very prominent factor In military: posts, even is far'a way' as and cowardly conduct. done with the latter... The polishing I J,

because they left n* their home Tb **. _ receding the chin square, tbe nose the Iqcantatlous ot the medicine Ariiona, A freight caravan .wai", at The only, part the troop took In the done with: wooden 'disks, from which I '
'" vanished race of Booorro county; N. M, Shortly before Smith died he took small Who then were tbe strange lodge, a feature of religious rite The that,time l loading for Fort Union ,N. affair was to bury tho dead. When' the glue goes to nu add "bath and rw.

bas failed to Interest u. tor the reason me through an\ excavated mound not Inhabitants of that rulnl Can It be avail believes there "Is wonderfully M. The wagons and whole outfit were they ,attempted to put :young' McGee thence bark to the polisher,.who use .
that It loft U* nothing-nothing, not tar from the Mound ot },Iat.r,." 'In that they were related to the Tolteci Inherent power In the scalp of aa en 'owned by' a contractor named H. O.JBarnetJ under she ground they found a verylively a chemical ('(compound like patty, 'and (
.vn'a wall Intact or a ruin uaplundered. it* several ,apartmenta,' arranged on those enlightened predecessor /ot the emy. All the excellent qualities of the ,,!' but be would not take thecb.DCM corpse, despite the fart that he finally to a felt disk or wheel than till4

Vet tyl U"ri )e1l ever been crud plnoa limb shelves, I viewed host of tolll..uma-antl tbat It was Victim I go with bl.his hair the moment vies It of' the. long and perilous, trip was' scalped and. Jkad received fonrteen brush wheel and finally time warp with, il
alone toe Tul. Rosa In the wild plnon hundred ot the rellci' and skulls of from this land that. A&ahuac' flat w*. wrenched from head If the of more than 700 mile through, the distinct .:say one _of which water.
I tlm Is renowned
a warrior so much
cUd region*, of the Bin Francisco the vanished people' Then I were itsrow populated Indian Infested plain Doles tileCOTlI'amI'Dt'I. wonld have terminated the life of an -*. 'J
familiar History tells us tbat the tribes ot greater Is the anxiety to procure his leased the POINTED PARAGRAPHS.It .
train outright
wltb that
Are bead. meal
mooatAlftiT you *, quolti grinder, fortunate ordinary man.
"bundred mil*. city \b..cSu4,", *o bowl, burned and figured' pottery, Chlcbemeo "came down from the clip, for the possessor then or gave him in Indemnifying bond or After Interring the dead the soldiershastened h
", Inherits all tbe and of must he to bat a' miaeverybody
Berth 'and .1 that tb.IIlI'tII bravery prow. ,
It known to iJ
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of assurance against I loss. The bond was
Quivers, of
strangely! Ilk* the sat city hangs shapes earthenware itenetablet its original ownerI to Fort I-amed, thirty mile rise likes. .
I yet tar, far target aod more wonder- covered with indecipherablehieroglyphics the sacrifices went the of UultxIlopoclbtIL vfctlin gatherer From fof never knew ot but one Instance In given and Barret,.proceeded to hire distant; where young ,McOee was .'1 11\1' IIorr," does about a* little ,
full liar jo. sv rr entered tbe great ., Implement of agriculture Aeamotero-a nara TSSK on account of placed under the rare of the poet *urgeon y'
tile,north .too according to Prescott, all my experience among the Indian good< as anything In Ibli world! w
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,, Chi danger 'attendingthe Journey. ,
to granite
hlttoric pueblo
duck
.i *rtlOB of, the pr a great plow, It wss three month before he '
the couth of Luna,' net ot Mi* barren bird, earthen pen.tes and weird Idol., came Qnatxnkoat)' end the later covering a period of more Jtlytn a third Toapg Mcdee wa*' among the. number, wee able to' boNnoved, Irma there. If you want to keep your frlendl you' '
of white takenprisoner
+ >peak> of Elk nou.UloTb ." bone, skulls. vases and counties lit. Aiteca., a century where a man engaged, and tbe" eannu'started oa During that, time he bad fair command must oecasiwunlly Itsvf them lion
In battle'
"Rulnae J1\1e.1I1.4.i," or"haunt tie trioketf whore hanie I could not The mystery of the baanted ruin escaped death It July 1. 1864It ot his mental ficnltte and was Ttju csq ihnv 'your whiskers off
'of can never be positively dispelled Mel- I was' a great many yean ago, tbe party took the eld Santa Fe trail'etrtktag qul..k.Ltbllo you rsn'get them! back
call tbemtlaEaillati
ed ,ruloa a* we would guee There ware lump copper, luCclmtly strong t* ten ill the Incident
they will w* ever know the c"us of a dear friend, to still tiring. a grand old the Arkinsa river. it tile great 1 I. henpecked, Hit
olat lad Nearly every man
are but a few mile north sine, Iron lead all of which posaeeeed the homeliest ot the ittick.:
the terrible and far sweeping death mountaineer" but loan od twdd of dial stream nose It. ,*on.flaenc a good rafting to disguise the i
rranclacd. not the Pan Francisco no tangible steps but which earth He, red The owner of,th* ciravan, who bad many
.f California, but the Ban ffancleco of revealed tbe \knowledge, of mineral tbat cam so simultaneously upon that I probably. was faced "wltb the' Wilnnt The region remained In Le..awortJ"OD bearing fact r
wrinkled and with
Eocorro county! ,N. M. n Wtxlcan' and that bad been acquired by the vanlab people of the.'hundred nine' clty" Indian pueblo older than the qvulat ed people. county ,, and tbm hair and bloody ground" for some of the claim for big dsmage from the government "taking It ea",." Some people take It
was no more on
village of Aoowa, ",the citadel of the The "Monad of Myttery" I* tindoobfwJIy Scientist still' speculate. Archaeolcglsts his hd than then Is on a billiard ball wont Indian massacre<< In the historyof 'and ',.wa* ; awarded ,a cum too es.y,
clouds," which wee young when ,tb* all that its name (nolle*. sra offering the many and con- II c'pDre4'1D the plain were perpetrated there, : which made him Independent for life The one' 'liming that .'and.'I' yen. t!
,Bpaaliti priest\ and explorers dret ventured ISo explorer of that Und of rum, n* I dieting;expliuitloii,, bnt the ")louadot was a prolonged Born Inalgalflrant skirmishes with the i but be persistently. refused to do. anything keeps t you Interested In life and Is al-
sad the the
takeo'to 'I'1II'r.tGt
arcbitologlit with bUD Mystery" still stsnds theN, grim fight Indian bad 1..11. .A.., out nothing
fitalllar the
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Into that desert wild......, to tribe where ll chief resided. for the sole survivor wan tile nine I II your regular work t
fired salts boon able with Its grinning skulls sod ancient ) principal to cone serious ulstm and now,
slaughtered attempted the city: has ever eatlifactorlly any McOee ,cl.lml.wer:. laid before the When II woman, bluff she' sslilora tf
no a* they That dlghltary one disgustedlook
gave
t. explsln'lte secrete' ButU story)*** .lIclta grottoes somber li tb* caravan .' approaching thejlrlntty ,
and In October, ISM/ Mr,
of the president, lies better then a oblatl
to the summit anything
daring poet at the and Mid that ,
II with Its |los and stillness of tb.te.turtJbI : prisoner of Fort Lamed lie proximitywas
mound rich In aattqultlea.Externally him and
% sent letter by
Lincoln a brand
a pass but It trikn mighty mea
r: Acorn not flush, a
great wee b* wa "bad medicine, and It
will frowning .12011'1ulJ" believed to 'b* uffldet!
protection
befer II excavation the
boa> to come to
special envoy, directing! "call' herAlchlson mow.I .
Tb* puetlo *t Baa Fascism watrumbllng tbe 'evil spirit' himself, closely related to
"Ueund of Mjrilery" ..ppe.redbut a on the silvery waters of tbe Vile Rosa, from further possible dsnger Washington is soon is lie ",. able to
ttt
Into decay when Acoma-eo at the edge of the sandy desert wistei to It: The chief ordered bll'.ubordlnatee Qn the 'iftrnoon July 18-it bad +r..t
bug pile .t reeks. and debris not different 're'.b'the travel and stating That he himself All a 'Trlvlt.The .
called oldet city In Anerica"wasyoung '' like a sphinx: of tile great southwest to prisoner been an hot d
from lb.'thousands of other exceeslvel/ d.-tb. caravan
that Mcflee's "erarIb.t4. boy
would
ee* wrong slid a
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;! other,day a,woman
and leurliblug with the Vlankelwoarlng : with loaded with provisions,
kh.n"T.J, San a pony, -
Button In
Shelley went Into at hour.
crumbled loode of the prrblitortcpeople. amp an early : "
; csm* Into a sliip to !buy a hit After i ia
a..t. the Aiteo. Her Vrancisc provided him with a rife and told him
Chronicle. The
But the and of the escorting troop stoked inns 1 :
spade pick When McGe* bad rl'O..t..ntl. !- tint tie woman Wit fitted to tins,
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quaint adobe "boot *( penat.** was explorer brought< forth'' denlepenteof to go back 10. bl* people about half a /mile distant but In ,full dently mere about;'bis mind which ; Looking,lu'tU* 'gtssi, the Mid to,the.Jo.II..I.tl . (, ,
For the sated the Indian of
fait dllntegrUng when Menteiumala a itartllag aature ..pl*.ai>* Cede ...' w....... reasons view ot tb* train Th*',men should Bad been remarkably clear to that .
bl* youth looked dewn in all his There are and Napoleon aid at Bt Helena that his the greet plain and Rocky mountain bate kept a good. lookout for miprises up ,
many partnut narrow > time, begin to cloud, and he became "How do I look In this b tr I
pride and ntlaaTag" kauteur. from the corridor In the 'Hound et hly*> glory consisted not In having won forty would rather" take one scalp' of a famous -probably did; In a way-but' possessed of a mania t* bunt Bioux: to '!IllIe" thief," promptly renpoudctd' ,,
gorgeou bit .Itarbarla. patac..t Cbs: lacy" The latter are lea than BT* battle, bat 'In the civil cod 'and scout or army oOcer who bad then was a feeling of sc"rtty In the the death. In one of his frensled spells tilt txnr. .
pultepec, lee say the people, of the feet wide) the forrar are ipaclou. and In the deliberation of the council ,ofstst uecfully chastised them-for ex" kiMwIedge: that regular attack bylavage tb* .... and the letter from President Tim.woman ingrlly,darted .towsrd
preeeat, pueblo, who** gt.rtlenibar and ample.' Cuter Bully, Mil* or Crook 1 I. ...n1l11.d. until .the (
atavlgny Cbrla Austin early
paved thoroughly with cement. This Lincoln were stolen from hiss, end 111m but the boy fled from t tb* shop,
lived and perished wltbtn It* BIN cement strange n It I II .f cndnnd the visit code a* "a mechanical than a floats *calp or ordinary whit hours of the morning, when sleep Itheaviest. -
my * row bovndari. quilltnot urpaaoed by modern .aD- mixture ., the remit of the instaniee any further notice of 111m.i' It .ill very funny until, \ tlmir. long air dt
The"bcsate4 rolno they toll M. are tlficturcr Despite the couiUee age retoJatten and the old regime of Bomsa > There are nny OB record About 4 'elck:, however, a band of Fore down years after receiving his senc.'mid her realise tilt .l IN bd .
peenled yetwith gnat and, ghostly' that bar elapsed stare the occupant taw and die custom." three .where men ban bees Milped and yet Brule I Shen; under the lead of Little i' Injuries McUee was wanderer, gad been roblx>d, Than she,itofipoil/ laugh

god *f ether dy aat with spectersthat of that house ot death met their tragic fourth of It* content baying been survived the terrible ordeal, 'butts every' Turtle, defended from tb* *and, bill 'when It wn discovered thit Little log.-I/>doa'Tcli'gr*|>brTh
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still stride tbreatenlngly aJong they sad the leer paving and the wall are extracted by draftsmen from a printed cue the 7.rg'r. bl* victim In all the fury of.a tornado,'' uttering Turtle bed been wiped out It ws* said, 4

laMerraata orriden.. list we of today .till practically Intact Blocks *f the treatise! The cote In a weld; was dead the good car that their wild war wheopa.''and of ill the that the. biggest notch ol MrOee'i gun ('.:... sereeL
r art to* .allebt.." to cept tote <*m eol which 1 haled hw. It to be net a sabstsntlr mass of law, but tale foemaa.abouM not b* disabused small army of men employed by the barrel commemorated the full measure Dl'lgbtorHllr.tlon England J J. cer-

'savage laperetineo, ** we will look at almt 9t, adamant hardne. ".. Index tons Immeuee body of Jurisprudeare tk the asppDad fart caravan; ,young Robert McGee alone of his revenge, a long mark for time IslnlX time equal 1 If not the superior oftlll'
of Indian
no "!tul,,** BnoMtladaa": only a* they In on* of the larger reoma of the existing ouakl Itaelf." On fn tact! a party took tip cam out alive to toll the story of t tbemosMrra. Chief end nine shortone. ";fof the country, .but ''tin ....11.1\.1'1\ tint.
are. There la but little left ot then.In haunted ",I....r "1t1oua4 0' )Mystery of the 411'1&lor'* obj ctlont>l* bobble 0 raH qp tilt Vnln Pirlflc the railroad and /, Every Individual wee shot subordinate ,beadmen who bad bitten education ire eMMarly| limited, '.and

I 1MT the fires while mea, who! aa Battth dlgntd It." were found was bl*, desire for the degradation of laid obatniedooa on' track After lead and tlped, a* b* lay or eat at the sleet st lilt command of the .- limited by time way. lo (three. wits have
Into the
.*... w.. Bnlth, ventured Into the ever otraty bvuin ." .__-....... the civil status' of woman who I Ia Osrk a freight train ran trap the we ta51The mules, of course erring title that Inner failed to execute no premiiig nerd far it, In tbe wit ,
forbidding fa.tn_ of th*. tend of we
Tale R***, Kmiih. thee In tb* pet.eat these ....1..... wetS. aneartbed. In ill tenselee! *; mlndlxa bring" When asked and firemen were Instantly killed abeeellrcIr : but the wigen were destroyed. 1>y fir*. breast .Lav*. done for our' peopl what pecountry
brakemaa .
Ufe, arrlvMl *l MeidaUai. la qt ting poeturoa loaning against the La tonnltte it wifely obedience : and beset Jumped( off their r.I\'. coven rut up'' bite breecbajid After IJttto. Turtle bad been sent to hi Euri b** yet a1t.wp<..... ;
-of-......- H via ,of leldIn _qneet of ..walla ** If their death bad been. alnultaaeon wee TraeMbed> by..alcLl'naclaJawJtIt 1o find tbemselve;; by I n11NarysIIisi.v.g.ai tl 1h th4 urwkb.which' 1 JN.!srav -_' _the J happy IU1 UlI'JI'9l1lJdll.If' lION'. TJurlllt&lU' bit*.,natoiaJly_ lieea JIL'
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torture. pleasure", and adtentnr A *' and tile "".lighting breath *f Brat .consul sharply roplM.. : "De you in Ibo darrtes. bat the -luck- *" was loaded emptied from its Mind begin to regain Its I normal equilibrium Industrial and cotnmerrUI" forwardii

TeakM la try sense tb.re was aa.danger 004" bad aintttett them II they 'Mlluniiatly sot know that the/ angel told Bv t* lees brakeman was chat and tall Tb Mcks aa the pr.ariaTeung until it list b* one nor became that has made u* sometini the idBlratlua .

la the wild of the "haadre Inexorably Uwirougbly>> Oat .be11a., husband Morality has. writ-. dl. "uitlil McGee wa tucked by LttleTuttle perfectly sine,-, Kaasoa City and sometimes tb* envy. ul
who hid. died .
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,. ;,: century Joan of prowess In waif that the modern 11111torlanullw.nUmental one of her general He made her and constituted a reserve corps whichwas I She, too, was captured, but she wa /determined casement which I I. popularly supposedto men and they were even more fere-
Are has recently aroused a plodder that he walk? In his triumphal procession barefoot prompt and keen to come. to the.j that she would never' grace a be coincident with the discovery ota clout in their fighting than their broth
;'A'food deal of enthuslism, I Is-1* Inclined to be skeptlrn.1 ant to and In golden chain! but hi* hon rescue when their husbands'. fathers Roman triumph, and (he /dldnt-she female recruit Is usually wanting. In er revolutionists. THe story ot herolo
j 1, the Cuban {Ineurr.cto. relegate hereto the name category. of or as a gentleman 'and a soldier compelled and lover were hard pressed In the took a dose'of poison instead fnct It Is by no means unusual In time \Martha (liar. the Bwls' woman who
Among nnt'lPlIlgn..d myth in which Jack the Giant Killer him to yield her this tribute fray Nor would It do to forget Dido,I nut a truce to the ancients, first sayIng of war for a man and h' wife\ to march raised a company of amion* and went
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Attired In a costume I and William Tell are HO prominent. "Those who say that I have conquered who. according to the veracious Virgil however, that the example\ of Joan vide by side It Is not agreeable rendIng to the war. Is familiar to alt
conceal her ,sex. mounted ,ona Once'committed to a pollofbf his-- only a woman have no Idea of our schooldays, wa rnlghty warrior of Are eeems' to have Inspired a en' but all those who have dipped Into Although there were not many female
horse and machete In ., f
; !aTa.lrY. 'Ith. .. soldier In the AmericanRevolotion *
pans. thin young woman led 'a charge --- those who served In that great
;, .which routed a large body of government : Boantote Ilpeseomau I we"' n struggle., did yeoman service Best
r troops This latter day amason s Tee Banana. ( f f ,,.' !1< } known among them all must be always

{,who took arms In behalf of the, nprls- Deborah Samson. daughter of a Massachusetts
"i, Ingle Benora Clara Santos, wife of the farmer, who entered the Con.tlnental \
11; mayor of the imall Cuban city of Pun- army in 1171 under, the name
&' ,Ia Bravo, and the tm reputed to be both S! *' ot Robert Shlrtllffe. Deborah did' not s
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stand In the way of her warlike. spirit
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r rat not a whit leiu valorous Inaction t She got Into a suit of man' clothes! and
than wee the bent of the woman fight- enlisted Her friends believed that she
i: 'ere whose name. have found a place had eloped with a British oncer and.
'.t' In history. Those. who were eyewitnesses prompt disowned her
of the young woman. exploit Debby served three year a* a prlvatev.
.. . I + soldier and was wounded twice. The 1
lj, ,lecture that sh* seemed to Cear a
charmed life, With the deadly nfochete lam-wound led tcNh\, discovery ot bet
tuning to the right 'and left! of her 1 t sex The surgeon who attended. net
;,, I bone head she etruck down the govrnmnt kept her secret" until ehe had fully recovered
\' soldierswho oWosed her withyre end then sent her with a not
:' : firm and telling hand. With admirable to GeneralWashington. ,- The great
: tSntrol other steed she led the ? man read the note and made no comment t
h Insurgent troop Into the very heart of ; but went to his desk and wrote
.(t the opposing, masses f.ee.A out a discharge .This h* handed t.
'j: .And the did 1 1 all this with astonish her' with a considerable sum of money'
which ahe .took and bowed herself
Ing effect When the fight was over the JOAn or An out
regulars were In full flight, find when of the leader a presence She returnedhome
:if the venora returned to her husband, and in the course of time marrieda
:Jl who had also participated in the en- ,t man name Oannet. After the war ehewas
4'I fagement, her fighting habit had been 3't given a pension. and the customary
I torn to ribbons by the swords of allotment of land made to ex.soWlere'
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t W.e Ar T.e ar.e Oe Ilea Coaeqe
f. the tenemy, The modern Jan however, of the Revolution. Nancy Hart ol
'wa* unhurt and beaming with the joy Georgia wa another famous' heroine of
,ttf Of victory, Begrimed; with Cuban dun the great struggle for Independence
, -there I* no other dust better adapted Women of all rank and position
}. to the purpose-fionora' Santos; dripping took part In the civil war not only atspecial
; machete In' hand dismounted from agents and spies, but also a*
'J. her .[f>nt steed, while soldiers and cltl- soldiers of the line. One who make An
.'. pen alike cheered bAr to the echo Investigation will be amaied at the
Thl 1. the srlrlted narrative of th'e number of omen who served In the

'press report and there In no reason In 1 ranks. some openly confessing thelf
the world to doubt the truth of It.. In 1, t tIdeact. sex, other disguised a* men Auniqueannouncement
,,t those post Cuban women have shown of the discovery, ot such
"t what they oould do In thin. direction. a military masqueradar I I. still pr*. .
't The prominent, part taken by Cuban served In the Army and Navy museum.It -
women in the thirty year of almost wee potted at the headquaftera ot
continuous fighting for emancipation General Roiecran and read a* follows
t from the Spantbhyolre form one of :
the moat thrilling rhaptnr of the hls- lleadqusrten Department ef> the Cumber

1 tory of the Inland Both by custom and Aet iitarerrao Tna Toatrp .!". .. 'belie ..r eta"- land April 17, IKt.
b"tro .:; and exempt! from military service, but torlcal doubt It I* easy to proceed to what tills woman wai-how wise In l I-,; -- 1' ( qY. "-- .tlU.; j me to call. your attention to a
: outrage committed In
I flagrant command
It I is a fact neverthelean, 'thai the 'sex extraordinary lengths, There Ik a huge council. resolute In carrying out her .- CM.AE SCROCA' Ca.AI"'ANT" -a voting person having your been admitted
gr,,rx has taken part In every war of whicha leap between. the time tt Semlramls and commands, desperate in making her .Of within your Vnea without a pass
record I I.. ireserved the. present. but there are plenty of woo plan] She has fought with all the And likewise Boadlcea-there was tlment In the hearts of succeeding and In violation of your orders. The
And when woman fight she doe man warrior. who have lived and world and It la only now when trAitor. a' fighter worth while! If there I* amore Frenchwoman not very different from rAee.qr medloal director reports that an orderly e
It well The historian of all nations fought during the Intervening year of have delivered. her, that. ahe. becomes striking figure In English history that enkindled by Napoleon in the men. sergeant In Brigadier Oeneral Burke
k bear record to thi fact. Furthermore , whose existence the modern historian Rome captive1. where shall\ he or she be found, Way of the race. That I I. the explanation dl\l come of the greatest leader the dare not remain unaware Zenobla the There I.I abundant evidence to prove back In the days when the Roman. perhaps, of the fact that women are which Is In direct violation ot all
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world has ever I known> the most successful famous fighting queen of Palmyra, wa that in analent time It \\'BI.the custom were making \living torches of the new found more frequently In the ranks of ,AnAi Oa. military law and the army regulations.
4 generals, have been of the gentler one of them Aurellao the Roman emperor of the women of all nation, except sect of the Christian she Incited the the French army than In those of any The record shows that title enterprising -
sex. The fame of Bemlramls the who vanquished her and who perhaps the creek and Roman, to go native [Britons. to revolt against their other Even at the'present. time It 1* French history must have realised the female' warrior wa the wit of
t warrior quern pf Assyria hall enduredfor wa a'remarkably good soldier himself to war. The wives and-malden of ancient Latin conquerors, put herself. at their I not considered especially Inappropriatefor fearful part that women' have played In Thomas B..Walsh,. a private. oldlr lathe
more than thirty renturle Ho admit that tie could' not have overcome Bcandlnavla, ermany were head and "never flinched until more a woman who prefer to> tie a soldier Parisian mobs. In the ranks of the same company
, marvelous are the account. of her her except for the ,treachery of quite a* brave and warlike as the. me"I' than 70,000 Roman soldiers bit the dust to be found In the rank" The embar-. Commune there were more omen than I JOHN P. BAROENT.

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r BUST OF REMBRANDT. A MAKER OF MATCHES A CALCUTTA BEGGAR "OUT 'FOR THE STUFF." FOUR VISITORS AT THE COURT OF ST. JAMES.,
The bust of the great: artist Rembrandt Sir fiend Holden I ie credited by' his
t shottn; In the cut wa unveiled fellow Englishmen I with I having Itjverited -
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vocation\ lie narrowly escapes. being a 'beggar on horseback" and doubtless\ would be one In reality were it not
for the fact that hi. low primitive curt drawn by steer Is much more comfortable than the back of a horse. M
Since 1771 "when Calcutta became. the seat of Ilrltlsh government. for the whole of India the city has been favored
with an almost unbroken record of progress. and prosperity In which the numerous beggar .of' the place have Canada t p
The quartet of Indian* herewith pictured went recently from *
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tt England .. petition the king ta protect their') game preaervea In the Dominion
and represent Rembrandt at the age' forests, The two blanket clad.. men In the center are ('hl..t.lInd. the others are
pf fifty-five The bust I. the '(I..I.n AN ASIATIC METHOD OF PUNISHING' THIEVES ABBEY FONTEVRAULT, Interpreters. Their arrival In London was the sensation .of the hour, and they
and work of a talented' young Dutchman. lived with the Shakers at Enfield, Interest centered- recently In thl old were the recipient of much attention' from all classes.
'i Toon Papula who live at The May began to make matchearfn: \ .. precisely aboey because of the report, uncoa-

Ru'." Hague the same year. tinned' to date, that France was to glv< THE LATEST THING IN LOCOMOTIVES
to England the tombs of Richard
J 1 PLANETARIUM OF THE FAMOUS CLOCK AT FRANEKER. Coeur de Lion, Henry II and tile wife.
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.,1'10, \0' trlaj exposition at Nuremberg. Germany. It differs from the ordinary railroad '
}+ The Illustration shows the very orlglBal way In which punishment ls In-' locomotive In material particulars It I* provided with a curlius pointed 5'I It
; :; The rut show'! the !planetarium of the moat famoue of Dutch .clo<'1a. The dieted upon thieves In the kingdom ot liurma. This method of cruclBxIon" was called "Richard the Lion Heart taller t ] to offer less resistance ta the air Th. driving wheels are nearly seven
::111 kl.xk U..lta,\ a. WimiWfiM place of mechanism, containing 101 wheels, all otwvk devised by the witch doctor of the country, and its cruelly recall\ the day ed. came to his death at Chalua feet la diameter It I I. believed by Herman railroad engineer that this Is the
l WITH" two which art of.Iras*. The ilanetarltam' tells the time of day. ot the Hpanlah 'Inquisition Malefactor are stretched on an X shaped crow and France In lift a* a .result of a wound locomotive of the future It I III capable ef attaining a speed of ninety. mile aa
the month, the year god the poelilun ef the sun moon pod planets. left there until death release' them from an arrow hour


"I NOTES AND NEWS. I! Ih* "a pall".. It Is said have rebuilt! Jol..4 over the fact that lit of the- new royally to have a newspaper perlaUi only thirteen plnta of spirit MceKlfnii Ilshe4 by the N.thrland; and H tt.r-
I the river bridges destroyed during the! member of the British house of commune condensed and written out for his private drlnka 514 tents of ...,,.. a year, HI. dam, Uoyd rltemshl| Navigation tornpenles .
SL Aluandif Jvl ppliui mad the first ins-U fur four hors..... It I* valued al war so that they are too low fur the! are total abstainers. reading This was suited some ( ."l.0 and tioul,..". lit' between he Dutch\ Last ladles' a
.-. 'pair-1If< epwterte.' 14 4JI4. I Qdue. -ChlnMe freight boat la pass under I Itbrra. A pheasant has built her neet on one thirty year ago. Nothing "which concern Included. In this year budget of the and Itrtttsh InOJu. from Java 'to C4.
" The first $>4)rbl I|| was ....111'1I. from An aurlatloebae-Desit'form.d-for I -__ -- -. ut the butt bf a military rifle range at Mm. whether pleasant or the reverseis luwo 'I1"tll nl Bunla Cnio, Tenerlfe. c.uito.U. ntntm. ..'n, \aJobaig! and Jtangun. >
s iH-uiy Lute\ ihfaler lo..iUun, on April Ih* imriMMe. of aui"|.lying. under certain While scratching his nose with the'! Tlothum. England She-ha-not bir omitted.- - __ ,_ jt'ay.llee ringing of church .
'I, uu, conditions, *|pectaclap la children In rod! of a loaded revolver. mae !" |>arU hit yet and evidently dues not e'xpect Compared with the cltisen nf other. bell at the rite: o Fil- tenTI-fihtriie. rfrni' mrmnynrriv.l-'yarly-by'
Thr H.... hatnem w' )>|ih the khwtlv l.o0Qoa elementary schools. aetldeuUHy,/) pulled the trigger and to be. the jaldjer doing their best to Freak Oils, Parisians are remarkably but the civil governor vetoed. the!the rhaai elloC of Ihe English ri<'h + .f. :f>(''t altered in ruilaiid fume I In ,order that traffic luay not be diverged. blew oB the Up. at his &OH.t justify her ccmAd...... sober people Lach I.erlslaadrlukj scheme, ,default; t/f unpaid I tae average
tooth* .*" le I the BVMI costly ever Irwu the railway U Mancbuit I Wilfred Law HQ Is said to t. re- Toe emperor 'of Austria wee the dre4f i |10 pint cf vine casually! and A new steamship !line ho been eetab- UO,4tWOI \
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tell A Rlnehart for plaintiff\ ; I TiMes CARD ito e-r, n EF!: FECT encrrEMBim i" >....

i\\ 11, IT, for defendant LINE RAILWAY
GED I wood in perfect- i No. .,...."' 1111.m TJ| McOraw v.. Hortm I I von A Abawl \
1 Taylor.' R. P. Mark for plaintiff: I uulyl MAW tr-ra fnJTJrj) vMp

Fred.W. Butler for defendant r.'.l.... 1..,......>111. " ,. ... bnllylPaJIrl I I lt) irrr>..ii8fc.pl DOUBLE DAILY ''SERVICE FROM JACKSONVILLE!]
ly-ventilated sanitary : No. Tl.:.B. T. Burrow Company ,... HWeeton. t l.pi[ """A.. m. A. . 1M \ 4 tree jLv.. Rut r Ia t a ..art | fc.| a'MMIL. /
for plaintiff a.n4< "", an =.:. t i.... 4 ". i,... Ron. MM. Je..A 1 mo M
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warehouses where the Wm. M. Hoetwlck. Jr., for defendant fOp 1 1 t>'L..... ormoa ,,''. """ Y wr. 1 Tpl! I'm Ur/ .. *.e Mates ,.Lrf 1 IM .Ip1 "nnon.1t.IE. StCKuoitULtJLOlin '

Mk No. TK-Hylvanu*JUIlwiy Hart vs ImprovemenlCompany. North Jack \: 1 f ?e?'I.N.: '.i m'Tr:' ...'"'i'I.r. : 1:: ORAVOB CIT* BRANCH._ ,,,, ,.. PPrnandlna. Brun.wlck. Savannah., Columbia.AttntTK TTtl" U'i9iUU !
', onvllle Street It .'.... I inn'''L... ..Tttwrrill.: .,.. 7IM 1 eM : H.1 II m. : :: : 5:45: r p. !
.' If. tor plaintiff. : mlngton, Raleigh I ,' N etfolk. Jvterebur, Richmond,
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temperature Fleming A Flemln for defending I tI.l J ten if., ;V,J'orm7..J m. It' KO RaD.Ih; en P-o'CI: I WuMnrton. nkltlmcr rhIliKlKtnliln New York and ,
73.-Celia B Wilbur and Charle W I | I l l<| ; No. 1 A ....IA....... Miami' .....II.J: 1! :: **>'111 vm, !.r N.w "barn, ..Arl 1 :n
exact the around. Wilbur T*. Jaeknonvlll Bleotrlo Com'pany i J year Bnan A Bryan for plaintiff! Jolt I:nln: Welt.1 '. "t'I'J..ta: : between Tampa, Jkckivtivtll" und New Tork. Cafe tDlaleg
B. BartfldB for defendant.No. I lll she| OT..T_ It, Cat Sefvics.! .
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I.i John W. rxvtir for defendant on and Pe' \ &: II' mlegtnn, Raleigh. Petersburg Norfolk: Richmond.'gg I I Iiltlmore.

No, 78-tHuilol Bell va. 8. A. I/ ti e" ymummiKH.Tram FT Calel5: : : ae Wmltlnitton. Philadelphia,. New Tork unit 'I
John U Dnnett for plaintiff;; J. C. 'ct-: *. !* en* fl rrr>i... rag ?rn<.M J 4fTl 1 >w L* "t",18, .A r'' \ rte Ml palate pact und notth. Solid I tramp botwrrnOnrllU Jack'

er tor defendant Pnrtcrr taro Train* || set. I*. eoaehe .s.tWO'T ( end W..hln1lt..n.Ilh' Pullman Buffet! 8l"p.
No. *- _>tern Urn and. Ceme..tCompany .! and Ini"ain ) iivlt f pre between Jacksonville and N.w York 1 1tnOO
Jrnffet ear between -Jack. r>. HOM1WTSAO BRANCH
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i llntntwlck Jr, fnr plaintiff. ; Owen'4Smith 'I and 1 II w14k> Cllnrll1. Otela, t bnrr. OrUnao. Plant t.flfl: p U'Cttf
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I '77-John F, Horr ".. 'A. C. 1* R I Jacksonville and Tampa. Buffit Pander Cars C'

R. CO. H. H. Buokman for plaintiff:., Pe"1,,1 Iau flan:"h t o PaLAUa BIU.MCJL L' ,hlaulrl heln. "hh/nltxu: between> JacktoavllU and Tampa

so delightful of flavor so pleasing John No. n B.-tl Rartrldir' Nolan v tor.. 8.defendant A. t,. Ry.: CoJ. 1 33iiifpfiis::/ : : ' 't.JRl 1r L7.a?-rwssda S&i jfc1,1,1, to i 4"\\ /Y Ifl'flll D iNi. Ocala> Leenhueg. Orlnndo Tampa and Mant rher! l.ftfl ltUU: *I

U. Dovcett for. plaintiff; J. C. Cooper 1 :| \ \Ar:;.;:.. Bm >area! .Xt..1: |_: aw(! j w111 nj t gMAlruRT / I. IU.UU r. polnta. rullman Buffet. Harpers betwera JacVaon

for defendant euu. ( n. do LRANCH.T t ha I Till and. Tampa. .
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in aroma ; so smooth ; so Na. TV-ODonnld and Taylor HardwanCompaiir BUn\\ onl111flatly,{ \ Inn I .IDo11IJ1 )) I r
.. AWAY v.. J, F. Snelllnc A' Bo... T 1 17 '''I 18 I Saytl( / 0-n 1 U Tallahanma. Rivet Junction, ptnukpola' MAbll I New liin P

.. fine. B. Owen for plaintiff. Mr1w" : tan.. ,rep tw-in; r............... Jatkre. .?w.........? t ....... 9.U3 A) M, Orleans and all points weal Pullman Buffet 61p n "" '
altogether LEWIS 66 tAaovr No. tDi-htow.r Box and 'Tank Cov l Nnh0 1 l7. altoNil.v.,...y.,.......L.. VIll url .,........Ar 'Ioltl JTItip ....... b.tw....n Jackeonllle and New OrUana.D 'tJ
Florida X...,. Nola Co. John W, 'fIe"lle lea NpMILr, ........,.... "" "II. Jo,,a.et''l11. ... ...At 11'1.11' rep a hfen :

RYE never varies. EVERY: Dodge* for plaintiff; Wm. A., Ilallowea Nnlf'4'pI op.[M t Inn PC Y"I',I t:::::::::::::: F.Mo All,ntin neeh:'11",:: ::::.:.:.::::A'.lr will: :': : ::1:::,::::: U lk City> Mnntle.l1 Tallahee.ee." I"lIn.I1.l bull \fl.tlt I U.*

Jr.. for defendant. LOOpI1III1a r lOp, 1e OOilie.................. M.irpTrtM ..............,...Lr I ita111 .w 41nr.. ..-. 'to:.00 T. .. -me a Buftot Sleepers betwenn Jacktonvlll and 'en'Il' LU<3U *. .*
THIN6 No. n-Jeew, Tyro v*. B. A. L. RvHarwlck : Tear Um. >! anew tilt Urn. at %hlo. 1 ..'".-_r"'fee-rf nii t* arrlv.nation . and d pae cola S
Ail for It next time ud )'OII'n uk for It sass.STRAUSSPRITFACO.DIj11ICINCINNATLO. A. Ford far plaintiff J, C,. front the eeer.l *, bat thalr .n-l-nu er departs al k* Urn Mated toli'vfram. ant incase
: eons the caowuy hole itself e-able ** e* aye _._ arum*; '
Cooper tor defendantNo. 8tark. Oalneivlll,, Archer! TVlllliton, JEarty HMD
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: B-Kmut Cast Antomoblla Compan, Connection mad at Miami: with P. A 0. B. B.' Co. ktemer alllng en' 240! P. BIrd. Cedar Key. : *, *
1 v*. B. S. Jone Fleming 'A Fleming foi I needayi. and Saturday fnr Key Wt and Havana at Ili4 p. !Doa c
plaintiff; C B. Peeler. for II..Iendant.I yea '''- peeler two atmplee' ear. awl. t"11 haamatN.a a.plt Ie saw anal 10 FERN NDINA N1
No -Wllllam Simmon tile mane",. et tD P. x OlUJI'tI'T. r.... Tleb. t AeM. no W. sae 1tI....... iuekinarnte. "" 5:45: P. U. -,9.45For : A
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Coghtan. O..U. for ; -

M. Boatwlok.. Jr.. for defendant ieh.dul". ana/ Bleeping Car' .erv.Uonll, call at Cltr Ticket OO
No. M-Unilf Schilling v*. .Jaok..n..lnllJC1eotrto tot Welt Bar. .tre.t. Ftion 1t0

I COUNTY COURT CASES .A*Company.Bryan tor defendant tor. L.plaintiff 0 D. Howell; John antSryan .E. Atlantic Coast Line. 8. C. BOTLITOX,* JR. AwlMaBt (9rarSouthern. Pa- "' ...., Jarkaaevfllpt'PRallwa '"


No. W-Anna Shelley v*. City of molt.
.. W. )[. Davl '. tot- plaintiff _% crncinnJB EFFECT rm JULY fl, MM.tU )

TRIAL WEEKCourt Barr 'A Odom for defendant. 1001 ICN17n.. arrtnl aid ievat'w.i en tall u raartby att. Mbw eempamek, ;
FOR NEXT No W-O.'W. Wych v*. B. A. 1.. Ry. are alma a laermatlau, bet awns action,routwa w set ruanel..d.Ao .

F. U DanG and W.,, A. Daniel for plaintiff ,
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INo.ts Aon, 0 A'lu d. Ihu.w o..Ihad No/1 UI.Ia e'iyr out, e.I.el'en

J. C. Cooper for Company defendant vs ton t,. i .Anal e. ach arla. AeI e.4Oal ai1Yy atop ,wp1Lr, ,.Jaohrerla. ,..AC IaIs.wy Bmocrmo A nut, i" IN.. t
No. ir-Callaghaa. en.l IA:,. hiOuor.te, .twI ,,,, Otty: ,.. lhayeoo.a.L..Le IttIullaI
Farrl Fleming A Fleming for plaintiff. ; { l.alM,. .,... UNmh.lM ,. ,
1..pU.aaiAr? ? w.lUYp 'fits .L. nh, ul. flrurM p1lchhc wiljr M laturniatlaa aM w sat saana &
Convenes 10 O'clock Next Monday W. H. Harwlck for defendant. IaplUJdp Ae.o sar.mnh', Lr .,iha C 40a IYp 14 At,.,,, ) a"ca ..,.. r 11e1, M.rvltowlnt '
la kann..lII. Lumber Company ash. lit.IAI.. t.barwwa ,4.e ii pin 7Wa ,. 7 Nn Ae...... Atlanta ...... N/ v o i. *t in. k v g *iyj? .., NOKTH AND wan '
.' No. 88-Th* > 1 top ....,. lByAt.. kIehumd .,L, a a. 7B o ?'.,,.. 1p Ae,.. Chatuaoo.a .,,'.. I?.y r TEC5SIIU PU... fci'Hy'J..UP ,
With Judge Phillips Presiding. h. Alphonia J. Irwln. Axt.l UiMtop. .5 I AC. A aab.atai' I eli ia.p w,,.. 1 top Ac,.. 1. .Le rape .uovl ; .:', b RY U Mill wp r Oa ;...,..:: :::
A Rlnehart for plaintiff. ; Barr. .. 'A Odor : .,..?.I 1/ Iii Ar? hatimoa ?1I., 111. .,, n, A0..., L'canneld ..ttnn Iwan .r.Kn.t. . : M Kt l tq IM Ar MM*... ua : ., :;:; R RJ I ..i.w. ,
for defendant 0> / IM ,,.?? ft'ttp Ar, Philadelphia 1L1M melt. .... 1 UL Ae.u. ? }.r LPe .t t m> Atlaiile. Oa ??.. Mr
M. O. Ftutte. C. Silo, ,.,..., 1,00p At., Naw Berk'ep. .: eta Ar,.... Louie t.1. 1:100: Rv I/.D 1 lea Ar' Repo ,. w.u ,M !V W ,.,wan'
No. 0--S. S. Jones v* Ae Cnrbwt..1..u'
,, Rf l N. 1 rep k Daltoa **m .. .. ... ,..,*a ny spa
The: following Hit of cases are docketed No. 24-Rubber Fain Company v*, Solomon R Peeler for plaintiff\ ; M. W. Lent, M/uT.11Nry 001 U A H. If. U'D ser11N.by,. RI 11 *r c xt.aoo**, y r.aa ;.... RAr > w ..y'A
I.eman and Rosalie Iemn. P. H for defendantNo. *1A SAKTOBft LmmtMv ky ,.. .u. a 0 ap ,.,,,w ,
for trial next week, bcdnnln* Monday Smith for plaintiff; no one for defendant I n-I. D. Moeeley V.. B."A..So. Ry. Ttlohman Ar Olnoinmtt, o j. A C, ,,. ,

morning: In the County Court, Jud,. No. a-L. Mohr Son V.. E. C. Pick James M. Peeler for plaintiff;. J. C. LwYILV Jwnrva: bl, Ail A, 11), IN' lTl rn >U, O..M..C.,. .W H. rV.r A Uni wAr
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h oars, Lr Lyle LUp fen.:. ubhu Nino ,. ie Ma.A I a .seas lll / Ar l .....,. to
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j PhlllpL presiding: alt A Co P. ir Smith for plaintiff; none < trooper for defendant ua/plAr. :
v*. No. Ilammatt Contracting Company for defendantNo. No. SI+D. Landretb. See4 Company l ThomuvllU Lrl t.! i 4e Y.ND r.WVI: le.1M AtQ lb YDP Lr /arJeq PAllaG1pBro. .-, ill .. "IHtK UiSeLv.
.. Jacksonville Walker A Preeton. StaufT.r 'A Co. v*. .. Cameron. R. P. Mark .for plaintiffS : IwIAe! Uual, um't LTJ I I.p LOe. Ubyaoylu.w At P .,.4r Ar wee OMlaeatt, O ,.....O., B AAr TxrnwJM.
v City of I Iieman Qroc.ry Company P. II. Smith B. Foster for deftndantNo il..PIAZ,0thm t.,.tvlll.tier,.Lrl I Ides 4MI .w. .e i.ipj 1: H>iAr,.._. wiro,L .,.Zr ?,,,.. 11, I oak rlaeldi Io.prs." fhlc.ta. Ill ? !ipso, M a .
Bhaylor-,- attorney for plaintiff. ; Barn for plaintiff; no one for defanVnt.,. ,9t-FltireraM* Company v*..,I*;I>. tipIAe.1 | tai::.:: Ital 4 ipT1 1 I I N-'M.w Trk Ram ...plea l.f a adw .
'tc Bryan; tor defendantNo. NoT Noble A Salter v*. Iieman Oro.eery W else et. al. D. IT. Fletcher for pin In- an NCMnn joN,L. "... I U.I 4 topi Aio.i- >luna t *.n J.'I -:_,..:.. IBp: DallyTP.IknandDwane.J ll l0 N.w Ar Lai
I Company. P. K. Smith for ...1.ln1111' tiff; Bryan. Bryan for defendant ?w L. , n-u'. IAI.| t..wuJ| *.M (A .., Orlaado ..y tIb/.y:SU I Ito N .-' waMn tit rifT 11I7Wile" An fcyv"ygj: wIt
A. A.
I-J"m. U, rlp. eta< vii JOAI ,..,LVlln iupf I M* U.4M
. vi if oi>i aVM. P I> w/ref BOOT O BIlTwixl.
Smith tor pl..ln.tllY ;: noon. for defendant.No. No. M-Florida Hardware Company U.IAT. Wul.ri v 1 t .. ? ,? 110 .>V ij 4. Ar...,IwamaaaDa ...,Lvl r:acv w< u'ea kVrin.. to n N.w Tortl. Dtnlnt l1 . O ,..".. ...feigKurAr a'Tkaash
McDonald "A Qp. P. H. -Antonlo Roln A Lan>*dorfvy*. Owen'* Bon. D. TJ. Fletcher for-plain- 7M., U. -'In I l r Upi ,. .1,50111,5, , ep Ar.Prt Tatns.LV 1 JD D Iw /.LNIl,1M

Gibbons 'tc Maxwell for defendant. H. K. Lorraine.. P. H. Smith. for pl.lntill' tiff; AxUtl A Rlnehart for defendant |1.T Manicani'rr ATI Lrp| < M.lAr . :, 'TRI 1.AP1D Or TRL aWl. IN..w L Ar UmlrvlIK LnlnMAO, Kr Ky ,., .....,.B&Ea >IIrAT r l {w ,
A'Ward Company' va.Raymond ; no one for defendant. No. M-H. B. Clark v*, t. It. Fart* /IIp, ... Mohll.Orlrai.L..LTJ I; U /0... : ..,...-. I Up Ajl'Yaala CHrAaTlLr 4- 11| H* gt. Lnala, M, r.k.,,,, K Kr p
No. I-Stffnr4( Pngfdtt! A Van. No. New VnJ&n: Fried. P Wm: A.Hatlowes.: Jr., for plaintlff,1IS. ; :. a11DIAr N.w r I K7 IJ*, ll'upl.? .....,|u,lunAr.| IX Were .? r{ I.e1ti.w|: leyAA Le :: =Iris, .. .... ..,,.Mea 14 t.1 MO ?
U Clement. : : Le w. H.
H tor 'plalntlffj for defendant .. Farrt for defendant dns.i., "ae..rllr Bwu.J Comihkla, d.... ,...... f<>- Jr M Rlewly M N1't..M. Rr7y mm .
:Demon for plaintiff; Bon.for defendant Nol 95-Wllllam II. Runt v*. S.'A. K.Ry. .. A.MAMATKB lNe.NINaWMW A.h.vlll h S C....:....... ... Ian 5? Ar te', ... 1r. Iu.e.Ar
No 4-C. Hrlnkl.y aailinea, va. Jonea No. JO -O re-Drew A' Co. '*. B.! C. DuBOM. : Bwearlngen A' Shaylor for plaintiff; r WRIT horn { Wp 1. ; .. ukw>avUi. .,AJ pins Ar HM 14 rl fm K OII Ae

A Qlreer. A. H. King tor plaintiff; 'no P. H. Smith for plaintiff) ; nO oni J. C. Cooper! for' defendant. earn.... 1MwPoH.' Tam"". ......de,. .>||A T..J.Ualdwta*. Uuitoe.......LT LT Kesrllh Lal..lllw Ky"r.i! :::::: :: ,e.. / e'e b Mn a Art M ,.yew." ,.
one' fur defendant. I for defendant No. M-Jd..I. 11. Blibc vs. th. W,' B hale utMf, Ar.PP'Weste. Ypa. LvoJ 4 7e. -
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No.Jo*.ph fltrouiu A Bom .... Saul No. Jl.J.' K1em tuber v*. Iaao' John Johnson .Company.: F. T. Barnett for a d. 'l'lltIn4eJ'.1... Po a. >ua .....Jvbwry ;; BunHsavr, :.,r r y I lam na ia-"rn a Pines mama," eaiiy e.al

S D. ,anvea. P. II. Smith -for plaintiff: eon. )P, TC Smith for plaintiff. ; no otii plaintiff; Qwen A Smith for defendant HITULBtcamcrt IMIarv11N......Lr.:yr UW tP-DYIr Pullman Prawlnc Ram an4 VMtlkvi.) train car.threuck,r"M4rMiv1it.4ay nimkn N Clai aid anatl.Pmik'

I DitftKI A VanDrrann for defcnitant.Nn. ; for defendant No -J. a. Wlok v*. Chaa. W. Scott. No, : Roar ,.,,,,Lr Uk: Noel// SnSet Ns. .IseaCiS'C p Mwra J.okelivilr Cad renun.rephg MHH I* *aV Kaaeli City, VIb.qrlni.LL >.
S-Pellerln furnltura Company, Ta No. Sanitary hfinutacturlng Company A. 11. King and F. I* flee for plaintiff leas Port Lulr .'I.a1An... Lrburl ..* D.11y fng Car g.rvloe. -
/, A Minion" .I. I., raffle for plaintiff P Fletcher and George A.. De Tampa Icy Ar.2apoa .. h Jan.
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V* Stafford tc Ward Company ; D. and Thursdays at 11:10 P- an.Bundayt. aupy ./ ::: .,.Lv /, .arj Pclbaa. Dawlap Rash sla.Naey t1CXCeLLR1fy
no one for' ; defendant : II South for plaintiff;. J. t,. Dotfuit for Cotte. for defendant aarub /. 11rn. sail L1.n Par,.
No. 7-William A. Clnbr nIM..yl.nd' defendantNo No. -. J. Johnson va Philip Oaalnky. -P;""_ howe.. A.w ark .i eta. sat tlmn'J( CAB 'IITtvtCW 01'1AIL mn eaa rni.ln In .l.Mr la AuaaAa YNIt''
limaai1roe TRA1NL
Cn.ualtybmp.ny. r>n"rtt 'A Vendee !3-Penple'a. Provlelon Company va. Owen. Smith for plaintiff; L. E lie l'a Timta.gtwra u aoU*' and paw yank, Tarrn1 nienlM. lawn.. Jaaaa etW aim wa.a THROUGH Car lift, SrawnHok a. m. p llmaa awl Jrmmf Dimwlna n (Mar.AF1RIVAI.I Roan.*- iMpag'grtn.e..
man for plnlnetft.. : J. N. Ilarlrldgefol I Mortnn A Co. P. II. Smith far plaintiffno : Wad for defendantNo. tngtoa Tralaa $0 Uand A'tulmao Buffet W0.pers betwe.a Nett York, Jamb. +
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.atrrndimt. one for defendantNo _WIIII.m C. Fielding "* Theme onvlll and Fort larolV. H AT JACWolCv1IJ.L'' p'jrr.m
Nn. e-E.! 1(. Tryon. Jf. Compnny t'a. M-J. S. Plnkuuohn Clear Company W. Pitt. and Alice I* C. Pitta D. C. see U Ituv Trowell. A Co. D. II. Dolt for ta John A: Lyon I, A. Zacharlai Campbell for plaintiff; Davl A. Hampton. Chka*0ad BtT CouU] throu-* mack kMWM* JaotuoaTtu..aid KuhTllk. Tralu SC .b u.tanuik Nw Tark, wuhln.ton eta-J'ta N 'h, ..N mend ryaa. 2.q.w' ,,.,,,,,,1 N.,
A Dakar far defendant Pullman BMowa Jua >BviU. via MantaBMnr u_ L Louts t>lala ear Mrrlo. a la Ah.alle an.-Nan w. "wan .hran ant fbr1A. UmtW". .. M.
plAlntlff) Biikrr and William A Hnllowe, Jr., for plain defendantNo. p rom Clnelnn.t4
for
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.. ** ClndlOMtl, Atlanta ae.-No i k Limite.d.w .t t
Pope A Choao .?
Dean From t.t.
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No.Enaene IIIC'M: O. Jordan for defendantNo 100-Florida., Blectrlo Company v.. 'a1e.i O and P. Pullman mrpere B WMB JackMnvtll. and fort Taiga > Ja.k..aMlli1 '
tt,-inirln.. tlllilKina A Maxwell for plain- 85-Tower* Hardware Company va. Otto Monte. detail A Rlnehart for a.. P peas, Dlelrlet y a..a.r Agent. 100 Weal R.y et. Fla.

lilt, \Ulllam M. Boalwlok Jr. for d..- He lie** et al. John W. Dodge for plain plaintiff. ;. Harwlck A Farris for defendant fur rb.rvatl3a. and tefannatten. epic' Anne. Atitinua Coa t"'UBa. or writ.W. . IIARDWICK, P. t. U. W. It TATLOB ((3. f. A. OR ALUM, A.,O, P. A,

ftr,1ant., lilt; I. A> Zaoharla for defendant. ; CRANK O BOVLJTOJK, DUC. Pier ASI. rtAJUK.. vn ra .. Agee
No.. 10-o-Elnterprlia lAimber- Company No. 36-Rlohard D. Drysdale v*. fill No. 101-II. Of louder v*. A.' 0. LIt tell Wed r4 StesN.J..k savl0a '
v.. DauitMry A< D.u"htry. P. II Kmltb Ifen et al. John W. Dodge for plaintiff; R Co. 'I,. B. Wad for plaintiff:; J. ?1Hartrldie T. C. WHITE!, Om, Pus Mtman \V. H. CHRISTOPHER C
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far W. J, CRA.IO. Paps Trot
7 fur plaintiff I :; no one I. A Zarhnrte for defendantNo : for defendantNo. ,
So. 11-Fluriaa' BullAlnir unit Supply S1-A. It.'Ziehme A Co. ..... Louis 101-Eat Cast Automobile Company .! -' .
Company va B. A. I./. Railway. John J. Canepa. P. K. Smith for PlaintiffUartrldne I : '. va a. R, Champlaln. C. B. Peeler h ;with Produce and Commission merchant
J. C. Cooper for :: would hat settle down ohi
h W. LMxIca for plaintiff; A McDonnell for defendantNo for plaintiff; Cooper Cooper for defend Reduced Rates ViaC.S.&F.Rya'
d'femlnntNn. l-Emptre: Mutual Annuity andi4f. ant for the balnno of Ma life and give tip al 1M K. Bar BtnH, Jaik..avtlle. Via.
13-fMwla B. Oil. A Co. ".. Cono- Iniuranr Company ... Harry 'B. Neil: No.: M -B C. Kyle V*.: D. A. Green. 'A.R. the r""to you know. Who but an,Jrlah- ; I Ooa.lgnmantasolicited. P.r.oaM.tlattoM and hl kl prleea Ntalwl, .

her Druf Company P. II. @mlth for P. II. Smith' for plaintiff. ; no one for de- : Logan for plaintiff. ) J. B, Chrlitl for. man would have put It goat 1hat way' .to Saturn. rmltt4 earn day- eold. Telaphen 1IH. I i
plnlntlff: n. H. Dolu for defandant. tea-lent. defendant the dollnht of the dear ,lrl.r Parlor Ob.rvatlon Chair Car on ." FNtae.eei Kat>e .l Bank of Ja.kan.Sla 'r4

Nn 13-W. W WamuuMt va. laemanOmoery No. _-N. 0.. Nel.nn Hanufaoturlnc No. lot-B. C. Kyle v*. A, L. Stephen. !rx! I l e n-J a e- morning traint cent* to Valdoata;;

Company O. U. Walker. for Company V*. Stafford A Ward Company A, R. Logan tor plaintiff. :) C.'B. Peelei. r* ((a Cants to Maoon, and only IS cent rtTirmAi.! HTUBCTOIIH date

plnlntllt.;. 1. X. Karharlaa for defendantNo P. H Smith for plalntlrf; JLi.. Donett for defendant. E. Kirk from Macon to Atlanta
)4 .Urown MunufaoturlnaCompany for defendant No. -Prltoh tt Bro. A McMillan T*. James
\i. II. Q, BOM P. If. Smith for, plain. 1 No. U"u.m.n Brother v* John A. O R. Champlaln. C. B. Peeler for plain.. St. Lou la, Mo, and return. MARCUS .CON .TdflJJL O..HOPKINS, 1* W. WALTKR, ., ;\
ltd; no one for defendant Lyon D. H. Dull for plaintiff; M. C.. tiff: Cooper A Cooper for defendant.. !Kirk'; Drug S'ore.Druggist.. $25' 50 On aala Oct 14 and 11: Vice Prealdant. Nee and Trae,'

No 14-O. II. Peeplea v," H. W. Jordan fur defendant. . No. ItX-MelvIn* K, Bal>oMk va W. H, I heal limit Dot 10; exttn CONANT: COMPANY I
James. P. H. Smith for plaintiff\ ). r* No. 41-F. M. Coup.: A. C. L. It Wagner O. U.. Walker for plaintiff:; J, Ion to pet. '0. MARCUS. ,
sine for defendantNo. n. Co Fi H. Jennlnv for plaintiff; John! M. Peeler for defendant Hot return. (Inoorporaied..)
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III-O..or.. B, r.lrbnnkl V. ..AVIllltini R, Hartrldpr Vor defendant I No. 107-Lon Pearl v*. Henry :Parch.R. ... 1301 Main Telephone 193. $$38 40 On aala dally. ; rood ninetyaaya. UN'DERTAKERS,
M. Btoakton. Baker A' Baker tore No. 4J-Uv. Oak Dlptlliing' I Companyv P. Mark for plaintiff; I. A, EacharlM .) .
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Hat F..en.. Seal Jek** vtn fU. MIA
plHlntirt;, Hry n A Bryan for defendantNo *. John A. [qon.. p. H. Smith for' for defendant !
IT-Florida Hud..ar. Company va. plalntlffi' M, C. Jordan for defendant.No. i No, 10H-J. F. Boater ..... B.' A, 1* Ry. FRANK 0. MILLER& CO.: Atlanta Oa. On fal. Oct. *.
T. B. Blrlnrfellow .t al D. Ui Fletcher 43Th Harrington Monnett Compeer Co J. M. Peeler tor plaintiff; J. 0. Cooper $$10,35 10; limit OoU SO,' *xtnloatp

and John W.: l>oJKe tor plaintiff! A. If.Kln vai E. C. uBne. P. H, Smith for for defendant.e'r- dos Wait Bay Mmt. ()et. .. lUlU W, CLARK. rnal4.>e> IL .. MOCLTON rwl/n' ;
for defendant. plaintiff Wad A MoCaJl for defendant W. v*.' B. A. I.. Ry '
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No, ] -H rmBii Ix>b.l V*. WllVlnmm No. 4f-1I.! Moul' va. II. R. and, II. B. Co. Jame )[. Feeler for plaintiff. ; J.. Sewing ja: : din Atlanta, Oa Oa ...1. Oct. CLARK & BURNS COMPANY.

s Call' I). irrPolaand. S, B.!) defendantNo. Fnatar for Stout'. U. Walker for plaintiff; J. L. C. Cooper for defendant rye W11 I I 85 11 and 171; limit Oct.. It. .......... ... 1,1I111. Cv\OII... ....... ,v yt
plaintiff; Wm. S: Tounir for UoiKett for detendnnt 1 No. 119-.J. O. Chrltophr v.. Atlantic Pen E.hka.gs S
l -r. M. Atwood v*. William Root. No, C Jlunt 1 Company v*. Lumber Company and Standard CypreCompany. .. Machines Rq.laL Atlanta, Oa. On tale Oct F'UNERIALDIRECTORS,:

P. II. Smith. for plnliitlrt; no one tor do- Crown 1iillll Compaayf J> U, Dovrett H. K. Buckman to, plaintiff. ;; .' Fke.o g11t. $10,35 I 10. 19 it 33; limit leaving ,' |
fendant. for plaintiff. ; Fleming; A Flemltac forelalmanta. Wm ft. Young for defendant Atlanta Oot 10; .xl.a.lon
No. --A.ron Plant dolnv kuln** ii I 0 Baker '
No. Ill-S. J'ertnefli r v* to Nor 15.
A. riant "., Oetirv R. Thnrnb P. I No 48-P'olld du 10 Cheese and Butter' L. E. Wada for, plaintiff I t: L, Purcell i 1 ,
It Smith for plaintiff! nq ono fold rAidaKtNo. A. llowi-a.Jri. for plalntrff. Frank B, TATE SPRING $$13.20Ml I u. U;; limit v/rag CHAS.. A. Funeral Vud
alne..le ". Irlne v,, Jarkaonvlll Birmingham Oct 11: ...- Directory
Jenalnrr. fur defendant.No Dr. 1'1..'. Teet....., *.. flla.. .
wt EntilaiaIr
KlentrloCompany 1). H, Pnl* and. 8. E. I tcniloa, to Nov 11. FiBirtl Dtricton ,1 :
Tohaeoo Embalffltrs
W-M tropoin n : Company Dr. Thoma Flan. ef Boon.boro, Mo. ,' ,;;,
Font.r for plaintiff) John E. Hart ridge for ''vc.-C. H. fimtlh. P. H. Smith! for plain.tiff .WATER tt. Ja ti.ea.nl., rla
practiced medicine for 11 MINERAL w FwnVrfk ,
defendantNo.. who Iia I I1I..r. Reduced tabs to many ether point Slave the ooJ/ LadUMclk 8f fa Vfi'eatfc
lik-Iannan A Gnfftn Company vi. C. ; nn one for defendant *, cay n. baa cad every preeorlplon Two train dally via a. a A r. out 01| *>tMv. ins 0.- Mr aid Su.... ", ,
W..'...11..t...... riemlnf Flemlnf for No 4*-t.. 1noberte v.. M. H. T. fn n,, : known to th* profusion for treatS Jaokaonvllla. TOI a. .... and T:4I: p. m 'J'....... ....... ....,.. ,..1IItI' .t.GfTfR .
plaintiff.. ; K. C. Jordan for defendant 8 Call' T.for Shaylor defendant far plaintiff, ; Wad A Mo- cent of kidney and bladder dliea***. FRail- TATE SPRING EASTERN Returning train arrlv ln>Jack.onvtll ..,.tSeIIo t. "...............-.1.1JACK80lWIllE 'IT art... Bit**). aenrvtrta,' fl*

No. B-K, II. TvnillnKia Sheller A and Papa 1>* ha* never found anything I:40 a. rn. and I:10 ... nv Via (hi* line
U. Smith Polk'man
No. -Pa1mr v the 'o .ffectlv In both chronlo and acut TENNESSEE can mak tt\* trip by day.light ,
MrCormlak. A. If. King t for blalniirr; P. H. Smith for plaintin ., pusefRerI b BRYAN
Company. and bladder trouble a* Tuley.KI4n. . direction or by '
llMrlrlrtue A MoIVnn.ll fur d.ferittiinr, kidney In each night ,
J, K. Ilartrldt. for defendant. UNOfR1AKING' CO
: ., CUre. It stops Irr.gularltl.n The Carlsbad of America." information a ,
further apply to
No. V"llml lmlHr.n Company v*. For ;
r and build up the whets *)'.t.an.,, For imwel D/r.ot... sad lrNY101y
M Undiay Cameron/defendantNo P. H. Smith for plala- .ate.by all a.al r.. Poiltlv. aura for Malaria. BtomMb JNO. W, JAMISOW.!) P. A T. A. J. E. Cor. Adams sad Learn 110 PRIDO/ rr, j.'
fur
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tin
no one
UniJ- and LIver Trouble; only watr J. n. .urrERI', First elm Suter ,.wk**wttl*a e a Fla.. *
.
Leonard Sued ("nm"a", v* Th. Twelfth New York Regiment ba* known that ha tonlo proper Ri 9Dttli Price I i

ay Cameron. 'P. If. Smith for plaintiff . lint finished .a IfO-mtiC march. Alley war the of Iron oouiblo.d with maineRs. DI.trlet Pa.u..a.t Agent. D. E. COOPER, Mgr. r .s1ap1-' IsaUi.srde.Old"= pra4 *|| }
; : no ,on. for d.f.ndantNo KlaSl Jo?
Cubaward. Stata
l-a *hn A Fink va Florida )'oll.tCompan not bound Indorsed by and United W. Bar .1. Pkea Ml ....... I. t IDf11M pAT MM i;
Mallory promlnentjaan
,. P. H. "w.AA for plaintiff' '; noon It !<.. a M**... ** .all rator Over .the United 8taU.j, ,..........11.. ,,

No.* toe H-Tb defendant 0e0TI. Heller Son 'Cons.p1my you' are after Whit.. Cream ".rm'. TaU Hotel C, B. Rk* wia.putatlon Spring
'gg* has a world M HICKS'
P. H. Smith'
Gardner
r. K. bottle
v* tike a
buy
all "..tre,... nl "
of warm *
the bail
,
for plaintiff; no en* for defendant.No. . Situated In th* mountain: Jooa- kUgl
Them
((4-Outmmd Oljunpla: Harkal v*. for Its torte children lnflu.no It improve on weak. their and unthrifty dl- floe sad ollmat unxoelled!| proureillv e I eC lUoney Cur *..1 CAPU DINE
Ooluant. P. H. Bralth. tor manacmDt| 1'0.000 apent ,
A *
Warner ... M. cure
and .lrollatlon of th.ir food pad ,
plaintiff; no ono for defendant.No. rtlon: tn Improvement thl. ?ear. For lit. I j :: n 9' ) .
.,. ISAATLP.UOLMES&CO.
IB.. C. Kyle va N.nnt. Arn.tl. Kr.ngtb.n* their halt neap '" andeetors endure regarding hotel and rat*, .. pef I cults rte
and natural
them
vigor
John. W. Dodr for plaintiff John Atartrld,4 \ i> a child.to, If you want a haalthy, address. .' Stocks, Bonds, Cot!,; BKKKT .. THOMAS, ALL ACHES .1
; A. Bon for defendant CArT. TBOMA TOMLIWiOW, .
No. M-J. K., Ore Shoe. Company ... h Sappy ebii gt a bottle Bold of, Thorn whlu'i 0,_. _, TaU ..ra..., T.... Cra-; and PIIJIOa l *. And Nwesa.ie4 t'C.
Cream Vermifuge. by Td.l....IM MNNS"ISJ
P. K. Smith for :
tr J. Strlrkland. plaintiff Clark; .. MaM and 7pnytk.rOOR peal Order. t* f f1W fw
for defendantNo. 1I1II"ea.IIW .
no one iC'"E
B7-Jhn A Ftnk v*. Florida Toilet SBMATOR PUATT. ROOT. W SIMMS. '/ YORK COTTON CXCHAM8E. .
Comp.ny. P. II: 8ml th for plaintiff. ; nome hi. //Igtnf for florUt. CNICA.O BOAIUI Of TRADE ; 'l"

for d.f.ndant. The actor Senator;; from, New York Phone 268 Itcksonyllle. Fla.CUAS.BJ.UA.&CO .
No.,W-W. It. Sebrlnc ". C. B. Oak..,i J
loubilee* regrets that then lin't a JU.ltumandment p/va1a ... u RIa = ROBINSON
Baby Bryan A liryan tor plaintiff; 110 one fur In .,1. cues under Ih* term of --= Ia.H SwR. E. We' .1

\le tdant. which Sm r.tal'l'fa..<< oould tp forward r., Ssaa ..,-'..... (Formerly D vU A. RO!>'".0D), ,.,
wont If No. -SamuI W. Alien va. 8. A. 'b.Ry. and month mailer gut sit a. r HO.E SS J.B t., ,
cry John U, rv.w..tt for plaintiff. ; J.c. M .. o*... Btt**,. Fk>- III."How's .
five "1m .\ Cooper for defendant.No --u.b: TMwltk >. A L D WIN !* L .9.K i
II Arm .
BAILARDSnOREMOUND 0-Nf K. Uanker is T.
that old of lice rc. Con
burton. "'''R'a. A McCall for plaintiff; tl pat ton, often ::1. In Appandlcltl: I AV .

SYRUP. aihbon A Maxwell for defendant :',.. avoid all **rleu* trouble with 810m. I -'-- ?"
No. fWK*.-l riMMMnt to take,rapid rMulU.Cwutcln v.. W. C: Qrlvol. .<.. P. H. "i.w 14f Ptlla They perfectly r.guI < _
nothing tnjurluu. Smith t\lf' pl.mtlffi. II. B. iiowden for tie I thx* organ, wllkout pain er dlaratart ;*- '
.let. .sdsnt. U..tlrl..I.t.. *. e 1
COUGHS COLDS, No.Annl. B. Paneu v*. Bernard J-J HASVtAtiTUIIUx0 '
CURBS *. SORB THROAT, II. Ouldbcr P. It. Smith' for plaintiff; WPTOrTS BbARrfBrT luQiiiiIl1; for ta< Hi Urjut{

<<) CUUail AND .I, A, laohartn for defendant.llllllnctwr MONUMENTS
ALL IMLMONARY DISCASti8. *; .. tHx va. Amerlraa Pro Plol Sir Thomaa Upton: th* Jovial Irl.h- Ii /f Stock tl f
J.O.Jsuklnif Drover lure ",nl ll"". P II. Smith for plain. I '
a Mr*. "'.n. ever kle the blarney none? Realhi HEADSTONES1s2W41a AntomobtU Sundrle Tires
Lubrioauu
"I "au't Mf: Daker A. Kaker for defendant.Not -
Colo.
wrtiwt 1 MJ *-W. A. Mlohmnnd van Arnold before sprlng. *a opinion "I NOR Vluld Oil Tre-
_
for JJaUnrd'i Horc- The Future's Scaled Book.
enough rrlkiAald Company. Wm. H. noatwlck.Jr ihould ban ba'married tone ago" h* I"IQI4UnNed Oil&.p CIIJmhr a

houu4 Syrup, It IIM cured .. for plaintiff; C. O, Feeler for defend.nl. aid In es lntrvew*)la ntfter day -ft OIL'' .... the wino man Wan no .b._ To..on' <<
Iii, baby of the croup sod my . I t had been :w_.. The. Aro.ricai AI 1 1t 'tOe 1Cark\ i
La..n'f \, look for don'.t. a pre I I. K
you
of Couyh. Try U.. frlcti ,. 0 iH'//'
ehildroo severe No. *J-.,.m"* T. THektt y* Arnold flrl* are potttlvelr eo delightful that a', t hem alone. Cora H woei'toomel ,
t kivotr no tatter ui tlcln.." ( Wm. U. Itoatwlrk.Ir. .UIes.fl ..1 I Genie HlgkHl., r . your or
mitonald\ Company. Mile elm .lad S ,' ..
l>"n't kn w-hep. .0" *> t:
/ atalntldl C. n. }'*lr for defend I TW ",,,*.,*Cr('I.. ,*. ...(
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end .' .00Ballena5now .
:k, JOe all u* a* l,M'Or*, why yes Aoa't in .,.
tut ,US. ....i ill f.* .fIIL .ur., If you dnn't That' NIoaoaptbut ,
Co. No _-W, K. Ke.<* im van Oeorce W. 'i.s.; w.uowlrSYR1 ,."I HI Sit It.Jno cur phoo* .......b"J"f.. >I
t ,
Llnlmet\t rare Harwlok" A. Farrl t.or plaintiff, O. li
MT: or/in... no. C. Martin for defendant
Jto.at=WlUhans.N.rklla vs. A.J C. r-j "' "" 1 !! lLlO-t. ,
.U R R. Co -Ill J-.N': l<'rllelptlff --L - !. !.

; John B HaHrlil' for defendti : :S ua.T..a" : ,,' Cunningham ", WeanFk .- ....., w a;f

Suld and' commtn4kJ by . I e i ill sad fit W. tar eta M..n'' T..pI.II s'NplaS e
tiRlckard: )fU- va. 1."tl1. nrn A.-n.L I
ucratmvuta1 FwswA.Nffg av.arlie Y y. to L' ate PUai \1 t,
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International shine Society.Sun- W OlD an'8 la ordeal home happy to love through without can, childiTO be'them which completely,,and yet the the ex-TM Clyde Steamship Company ,




pedant mother must pass usuall Is

I Br .... Mary L.. Bradt. Nohire so full of suffering, danger and fear

that she looks forward to the criticalMother's

...- ,hour with apprehension and dread
Have you had! a .klndnee. ehowntPaa
It on. Friend,. __ Its penetrati>f g soothing properties,
'Twa not glvrn for you along b
and and
au-e.npleasant
Pea It onl . allays nausea, nervousness; feelings,

l tai It travel down the year- *o prepares the system for the
l al It wipe another, tear*
ill!, In heaven th*.d..d appear. ordeal that she passes through'

Peee It. on. tneado the event safely and with but Mother'sFriend
iat-tera, N Fifth. avenue New
York.Preoldent. numbers
little'suffering as
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General. and FounderMrs.Cynthia .
W Alien "' have: testified and said, "it is

6gp d'cII.I.M President-Mr*.nI'Lr. worth its in |1.00 1
gold
r'm nrnrtU *. 9 weight i per yz
Pleaeant. Montagu, Franklin >l bottle of druggists. Book containing

Mua valuable information 'mailed free. ,NEW YORK, CHARLESTON and FLORIDA" LINES

MottoOood Cheer.Boni"Benner un"1 tut MAMIUD RIGZ&ATORCO-e: AtfawU. tan ,

Mellow la flavor. Aged for years in charred lOfllclal. oriran-The Sunnhlne Bunihlne" _. ---- --- The MajTilllcent SlMm,,,,frx'of TW Line an Appointed\ .to Siifl as T"o1Pte. -

; casks In warehouses flooded with sunshine. General report and column. are to be, Iowa, OaUing- Charleston, a 0. both way

: j, Best Northern Rye always selected by a memberof the found country.In hundred of newipiper' all over I m_, T-. ....... ........eeeivtn
Yv, ...... Tale
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the firm. e __ mew _
GENERAL SUNSHINE. C9rpetaFall ketuNe y, ll
at 1:0'
Tuesday Cepp ALGONQUINe, Frld.y Sl-pt n. at ItOO am
,
,Purest, water'from wells sunk hundreds of feet Both at headquarter. and In State work 11 at ;: Pra AHAPAHOS. Sunday, Sept Oh at 10:00: am
Wednesday
Into solid limestone. the fund la of the greateet Importance, Friday, Sept ISa1I-00prn.HURON..: :: . .::.Wanday. Oct S: at 10;0 am 1
kept le at tOO: pm .COMANCFIn.Wedneeday: 1. at 10 oo

Goes to the heart, .!not to, .the head. and Nebraska say gift. Bunihlna for It are note gladly. thl welcomedIn Spat" .a I Stock Arriving Daily at 27 West Forsyth Street Tuesday.Baturd.,. Dept o..t Ih 1aj1:00pmSAPACHEkundey.11:00 pm .IROOtTOIS.' Friday. Oft Oot Oct I f.. at.tIOOIall\10:00: am am

WedneediT. .
welt put: Friday' Oot I. at I:00 pm.-ALOONQCTNj" Monday. Oct 1..t.I''O am
y Make the next high ball of The emergency fund should not be over I Saturday.' ,Oct.Oct IetlAOpmARAPAHOm.wedneedey,0et: ,, 10. at 10:oo am
/ at 0
' looked by our' member Th* araallei: RUGS CARPETS Tuesday. Oct het: t;00 pm pm::.HURON COMAVCWB.,:.,,.Friday..Sunday. Oct cx-t Mni: ::eo oo am am

; .mo'unt will be'acceptable: Through thl .e_ Bear' Be..eyWoos Friday.Saturday Wednesday. rCr Oot.. I 10at3:00pmIROQti01St.3.onday: Oct II. at to:oo am a
RED TOP RITE.WHISKEY fund we an able to glv aialitanc la the Whew 11at100pm.APACHDWgfnesday: oct n. at 10:00 am
,tf lick room or to rellev, dltr*** In other e.rle.ws "...... Tuesday., Oct it. at t:00 pm;Aro0NQOIN..Frlday. Oct 1l. at 10::00 .m
way*, Lat winter we were able througlthl Oct. 11 at t:00 pmat ..ARAPAHOE.i.Sunday,, Oct< II.Oet at 10:00 am
1 fund to aid In alcknee. W'OlnSn' WJn..dar. Oct. 17, I:00 Pm..JJV1\ON. . . ,
One
law
7 NIt'a up to lroae.t w I....... Friday, Monday. 11. at 10:00 am
who' wee paralyaed and helptea. who bad : II at I/0: pm..COh1ANCytN It.,. ,
ae.d.a5 en 1etd Saturday t\\ : : : : Wednesday, Oct Iat 10:00amat
Tepadelee :
lived all her Ilfe ln the humblest way, 10at0:00: pmiROQVOIBFriday, *Ooh It: 10::oo ara
Rail and I Tuesday
we remembered'wlth lemon, medlolna I Oot pi at 1,00 pin .APACH1C. .. ., Sunday t
; WESTHEIMER. SONS eater. la all Wednesday oct ik. at 1':00 am
fe ,
FERDINAND Oct
eto. and a men slowly dying of tubereu. eti:00pm.AIAONQUIN..MondaY, Ort lhatip00am:
toot, wee often coaxed Clark: ha hoes kawn: for Oraae Friday, Oct U; at 100: ,
to eat little brbe pmARAPAHOE ,
a
,6S ClrelasM4 O. ....ia.w.. 1Ir. ... Jo .... M. 'ng' lent a little greeting such ae Idly, rotes aa the laccaet *uc dealer mew Pete Saturday Oct n..t '::00 ..m..HURON, ,...,.Wednesday..rid.,.. ,., Nov Oat 11 I,,.at at 10 It::00 00 am am

fruit eta Not only doge! the emergency In the elty TMa eaaon'a etaakla Wees- Bw' Wednesday Oot. J?' .J.JJPm. .C"OMANCHB> :. . Sunday Nov. t, at 10 .00am
fund need! help but we need a few .heet., net anly lars c>but better ..- P.srpey.iota Oct .trGOpmIROQtJOIkMoTIdalt: Nov. .I.at1000amPrelghtCL :
.
y en. s. .. pillow cues aj-tlcle' that w* can clean** All ataea.
T by washing and lay away tor anothertime
,1 of mead, Situated I a* the state office Wmpow SMAMS YDl. !: NEW'ENGLAND AND SOUTHERN LINE
la, In I ItATTDfCJtChina ' All width and color Nothing .,... B twi
the heart of homestead land and but the beet rotten o Jacksonville, Boe ra aad pravldeae cud ell ...t._
ranches, tar from town doctor, suet Potate ,
or w Japan. Coed end Ooooa I Calllaar at Ckarto.tm Beth nay.
could do a great deal toward relieving.
I Lara ctaak af Carpet PattwDLCIai'll I FREIGHT ONLY. ." .
The Woman's Christian ache and pain, and a.eit In caring forth Lnrounrxirnlald
have Matting
: patient It thl* department wa reihemberad .",..,. will yen Flala ant rrtnta LewtoII.rm Caulk...... side ..J_ swat ('.,.....* Street, ,
by member who happen to bowondertnff . Bette.. STRAMBR. ..."......111.. ,

Temperance Union Department, .,lunihlna what' can wa do to help scatter -S S Saturday. Sept If. .. ... ......ONO:
ee. Flea Thursday 0Qt. .:... . .. ..KATAHIN ...\.. .. ... Wednesday. Oct. '11
Bca1In II
die scat
Mr . 'CLARK'S uritn eaurfna Wednesday. Oct.'lo .,.. .... tCIIIPPEWA. .....
Alden, In her book "Women Saturdey \' '' Wednesday. Oot. It
I .1",'". R. KBAt, DM LAND, FLA., Fitts. Way of Earning Money," to make 't Frldey. 'Oat' 11 .... .1..0NONDAGA .., t.,...... Sktnrday. Oct 10
clear that she I* not a ream big thing, Oct It ...... .. ...KATAHDrN ,. ......... Thursday. Oct II
) and to'show that *ha ....aJc. from exporlence Wpdnud". pct 24 ... .. . . . .CRIP PIWA!: .., ..4. Tv..d.y. Oot. U
t
n STATB OFFICERS.PresidentMinnie : In the Btata. And this I* not the only when she contend that when neo to seek to giver cheer and such.aid *. e.n.Via Bru".wlck and Cheriveton.
i I i. JJ. Neal DeLand.V department that this little union' haled *aUy 'demand moet women can earntheir not charity, but love. .
1; ; Vloe Preeldant at Large-Mrs. M. V. all' the other In etartln Mar their own living touches the peraonal In all the way. poaitbl to n* let u Southern Railway
u Knott Tallakaaeea. cradle roll be worthy successors of the note by ,lexplalnlnr 'Without vanity ami cheer thoee who need what Bunahlne rai CLYDE ST. JOHNS RIVER LINE.
..Y .Recording g cr 7-HI" Mabel Peed present, untlrlnc ofltonn of FlorahomaOn. Without shame. tie writer can .ay thai. give to heart and live 'the smiles am BXTrTBKN
.a. she' h.** probably earned money at mon JACKSONV1UJD AND
d :klni Dean. DeLand. I the tenderne of heart which bleu a Round SANFOAQ
.I i? I.OurnllPlmdlnc Secretary-Mr. Clara October loth till official repreeentatlvee varlou occupation than almoat any alike him who give and him who .*eloelvei. TripEXCURSION topping at Palatka. Astor, St. Franota. Bereaford Datandj and latermedlat
.
P{ .,..' Anthony, Lake City.V of __..n gnat nation 11'11m..t Other women In America." Tho* who MRS. BRADT. landings en ... John rl"... '
Treasurer-Mrs. George T. Dolg. at Bruwli for the third time to plan fo know her and see her In .her dally walk RATESFrom SteamerCITY OF JACKSONVILLE"
'..''Oolntrvlll*. rwtrtot liquor selling; to native of Africa. of lire can teetlfy that while her axperlencee 8t 5
..,..;-. ..;...- Dr. Wilbur F. Olafti one leader In hove been *o varied she I I. the moat If ;yon are thirsty; itop M&o'lPlace I. appointed ...a: .follow.! Leave JaefexmvllU, "und. .. luceday' i
LIST.OF BUPERINTENDENTLMaCormlok. reform work, will 1 be preieift. charming of women strong ,tweet. tender 105 Eait 'Bay. AnheiuerBuioh Jacksonville., Tburadaya Lie p. n. Baturalag, leave taafor M oda\ya,. Wedneadaya aa<
'Antl-Na.rooUnlIotra. A. 8.. and *lmpl. hearted a* a child: She has digs, 1:11: a m and 'Frl 15.5th
and. in bottle '
? on draught ,, Best Line to ,,
Washington
made IIvinecooking for elxteen farmhands ,
'( Lake CII). Mine Ellubetli: W, Greenwood, nationej a a .eaa, .
'. a IDYADC.II.tl -lore. Lulu T.'White EuaII avincetlello uporlntendent,' has 1.- on a Weatern ranch, teaching a Also choice ,wines, liquor ant,d! and Points East. oral! I Ywa. \ rkppEDOLL, .i, N.nb h.r..

",. .., seed B ell \Vadneedar... October 17th, borderland concert a* school"matron", dnglng In a great In church: tent factory and. cigart. San Francl.co and Los An lAay. .:.. ... ?. ... a.... Jaak.oavln. ... ..., ..... RNa ap,
N. \
AIr
Palm and Open Meetings-Mrs. to be obeenred a* a day of prayer, D .oo [Ira ':VI
1'1' $$44 70 c.le.. Cat. second Lars .:.. 1011I//... ... '' eW
one way ( .. _. 1'e.Ia.\k& ... ,
,O,' Child Arcadia. thankxlvlaf, pralea and petition.' a* superintendent In a metropolitan -u ... ... .... ...ILeave Ioa e
{ Flower Mission-Mis1 Jullen Boull. Tam I. M candy factory, a* Inepectree In th* New due), on' ants' 'dally till Lea wave I:00 |I... ... .,. ..._...... Astor .. h. ... ...'..... le Lipro p.

\Health and Heredlty-Mr.. W. C. Kiev .The Southern Its Florida Expreee...nt.Company"!lot haa to i deliver Intrueted - York street cnetom cleaning house department aa secretary'' a* a buy la the reporter Oct Hot ,Springe 15. Ark:'bn sale Arrive Arrive* 110: 'aol:::'::., .,::':...:?<=f(Ddind... .).:':.:':.::::.R,t'ee:..7 :::a:

'jwyWinter'Haven. liquor packacea' in prohibition with note book and camera, a* Our "Special"Coffee $$3840 dally; limit ninety day*., 1.:0.: sun. ,,. ... ........ ... Enterprise...... ..... .Raven. feee emOrerel
.1' Leglaiatlon. and l'.uttOD-JOM Minnie town. where such (packaree) hive brlc- editor/ on a dally newspaper Thla personal -
.. X. Neat DeLand. Inated In the carne state In which luoh experience,'f Illuatratlna the openingfor Bale Peeeeater' cad .I'k.t 011I., III West Bay Itr,el, Jesk.g.vtIia
V T Brajioh Mrs, ID.: C WMtoott women In the field bas been -p TennJ on -
; L. L. town II located, and where municipal oral wag .
$ I I 65M.mphl.' It, IT,' Hi limit F. U IRONMONGER: III. .
1 lustisI. nance prohibit delivery within municipal upplementd by thetm'Wlo4C.) of the '' A. o. P. A. lU West B.y Street. Jacksonville
1'1..
I.'" Medal! Contests-Mr. Flora 0. LBourveau. limit" materlebetralts and the mental attitude 25c 'extension to Nov. Wl G..COOPER JR,. Freight Agent p'Lovmltt
: Jacksonville. e 'e. of hunred of women who have come to 10.Atlanta Foot of Hogan Street, .;'; ., Fla. kupertntendeet'!
"!' Medlual Temprr.ncMrs.. A. .. May Now 'la the opportunity for work ta all her at Bunihlna headquarter not tot / ; Oe, on His Sept A. C.'ItAOKRTT, Q. K: P A, New York CUTDK
.Oormlok, Lake City. towns In "'dry'" counties to secure wonordlnattoea charity, but for friendly edvica and *rm- $10$ 35 it, 10, limit Oct,. T; extension .- "' MILNB. Q F. A., New Tork..
Arbitration Mri, .. L. to Oot 11. THEo O. BOER V. P. O. M.
I' Peace and Agitate, educate, pathyThe object of this book 1* to offer ,
', Berry, Lake City. 0 .petition uggmtlon*, helpful becaue practicable, Oen.ral Office., pl r 10. North, Rlv.r. Branch.' 1>.
t"" and then report1' pro.Ten. Per Pound. Atlanta, Ga., on sale Oct. Bro..W'a7'.N.W ,r' .
..
: Prtaona-Mn. W. >f., ingdon. Oaln.ttt .. . 110 women thrown upon their own raouroea. *- i *. limit
$10.35 10. 10; exten-
tyi'ttt abet Kr. Lulu Y. Whit 1. .UU at Barnard. The hope'of the little volume .ion to Oot (Ut q 4 f
Purity and Mother Meetlnga-Mr Ak- Sanitarium In Baltimore. ought to cover all the Beld In which J I
$'I* R WIlooE, Horn Haves the exertion, of women are rewarded In Atlanta' aale girt
'f' Purity In 'Art and Ut..t1Ire-Xn. Il.M. will 'have e..h.: It I* not written for trained work.' 1$10.85 lI Oct THE NEW 'TRAVELERS" HOTEL
not glen.tlon
Ibrn.ndo county an
ForXnir, CeLand.RaJlroad I 11, IT; It.Birmingham. 4
-b era, but for Thor who need to work for
Employee-Mr. Lola. .>>. Foral this. t.1I. .. .- money, who ar ,willing to work honeetly., Ala. on sals.1.Oot. a w. Mawoocw. reepei.L. .... ........,..... p,.. "
l\: luau. Lake Cltrtsi' but who dO Dot know what they,can. do,"' bee bees oewlp ee.Orate& rea.del' end
=: rofusiM
Once more we urge lecretarle and *u- Wilkison 14. II limit leaving
,
'or Sabbat, Cedar Kay o".ria.noe-Wri.*. :X}. P. Walkor perlntendent to keep careful. record' of Thus'a book Home 1 Ie Library the liMIt, edited number by In hire the Margaret Woman $13.20 Birmingham; Oct 11)) extension ate IsMrekls rewe IB Is. Nit eemeet table acid reasonable :et..I'Hi

everything dace thle year Nov. IL
r BoUntlno Temperaao la.truotloa-Wn. XL Bangater, A aerie of practical
M. !M. ........" ... DeLud.Sodal e e book practical aubjecta by taw bam Bt Louis, Mo, oa sale Oct .
.. Meetljige-Mr. A, C. Nlver The Vnlon Signal has lately reportedtha autiorttleai on . $$25.50 U.. it; limit leaving St.
1O..woo4.. 'home-rtflnr" of Mr*. Mary' Jewatt Louis Oct JO,' exltnslon WINDSOR .f
Boldlan' and Bailor*-lira. M. C. Crw% Telford. the. national uperlntendent of by 1.,Cynthia"Women Weitover Way. of Alden Earning Money;0 & Spiller Cot JO HOTELMOWS
.
Christian olllxanahlp. Only a abort tlm.a.o
Orleans
,a i jaakienvlll Sunday Sohoola-Mr. J. /P. Coma, the State praeMent. had the follow-, I I. B."'1'h.h.r'Coolidge M.* D.Manual'! by. Evelyn $1 9 601'1. .. 11 It, ,limit-Oct Lw on .aala to, MOWS agLI...s. __ ... iepsbepa /! . ijacisoariie's
""John.towa" N eheertDf. helpful raeaeac from Mesa i
..
Sion to Nov. 10
L Beauty 'I'broU1'1Unl.D. by Emma and l
Florida's .
I Tempranc Llterature-Mre. M. M. Telford: i Urges nd Best yJ
:,\-Foikn.r I>elAn.... My Dear SI.ter-TII. month are rapidly :B. Walker"K. D. FANCY GROCERIES Maw" Oa., on sale, Oot J,' . yell .Rolrnd: .NIt
for 4. 'Houe and Home by MY M. !t. 1 70 srsYOUi. ...... BT' ?
I laden with 11For
flu Praa-Ur,Iran* O. AdDm" like paulnv opportunities I$ ; 111111Oot. ? ???, oR 1BAI011.
;r>)I.lv. burning our loved country. "Let everywoman Carter, Courte.le,1'. -.. ..=#: = ,
The by Mir Eleanor B. -- --- -
a -
.* Unfermentad Win at Bkoramnt -MlM who dailies, to protect> her home I.ormatlon'recardlD" rate to --
t<. Aol Crcu. Daytona. 1 fulfill her duty aa a cltlien toward the ClappCorrect 327 W. Bay Street .ether point apply to T. K. McCall. C. i.
< Union Signal. R.port.r-Hr.. Inn Q. State, which lane hai In keeplnf bar Writing and Speaking by ; and T. A.; James Freeman D. P. A.
.Adam, Lake Helen.T I life, liberty and happlneeVWill Mir Mary X Jordan e e e W, Jaak.onvllle. Fla.. ARAGON HOTEL -: 'j
Branch Eeoretary-MU.. Klttl L. you kindly do what you can',to (IP $Utte' :: n
A Melon Colem.n.. auur a deeper Interest In Chrletlan oltiMnahlp FLORIDA BVNSHnra: W. .. WAJIH, TRTJSTKB FOB I ri III. '. ...
Transportation Rat-Mra. F. Q. LsP8ourv.5" ,' through your pulpit, your' One 1Iq'.: "W. who ar In the barns. alaoluion. .. JI, MIa4& p5'aYaon
r Jacktonvlll! pre**. your union) T.. Senior L. '1'.. L'l. whose nature adopted the harneae naturally Duval :Theater Municipal Companywill :' '+" --...., .J.. _
and Young people eocletiestWill know that w* would think that dy ,
TIle World. Convention of the Wom'tsn4lChrletlan you end/ avor to acatter C. C wailed In which w* had not don at lastone begin. the "business ot delivering

;, T.rnrrance' hobo'con. -. literature Land of Plowert"through every On, county mile mlchtyiur In! your- other i act." ,which To meet had 1 In the conic dally way demand helped* .....DII7 a (4) aa. Ta-lllaikt. 'aiDs p,...:.' 11.Ice t101 to consumer, and eontlau at. t.OO at 'thto August:' DUVAL HOTEL ...KOd'.- .eatrNlr& POln..a.looted.. Dom PI'" l

!t; ,.n.. In Doilon on Dot 17th and clone God I t. ml.hller.'hU.. our hand often at the eipenae of once Inclination rats. : .wtao .. I.talll".
.
I; on the list Thl .li the oral time In our and brain ere working let our heart be I* true Buuhlna Not aa tbla kind lady ENORMOUS {iTRrOMPH. I.e panda ace td. *tly.ry..... S _.. h.Id, aaa'1Ie1 tile .Poae }
r t hlatory tbat Florida la emU tlM .to preying 'Prayer 1* tightening the oonnrctlon .iay* "to b* *0.eelf centered aa to want : IS ....... *.. delivery...,.,la _.. ,J. . "
i a', dtlacala for It requlraa a'' thousand with the /divine dynamo." Sincerely every of Bunahlne light for themelvee Human Hearts *. .*>..*., *.*. deltvery..18 ovate _
Id up mambwi fug each ielegata *your ," I* certainly not very iunahlny toward M pawed*.;..* delivery....:.IS _.. U K' or.yilt' it. next to City lUil. M.t*| r
MlM' Neal the Btata pr .ld.n was MART JHHVUTf TBUORD 1 other on the part of : Abonidlng In' luannlty. Babbling M paMda,' cue delIvery..111. 'crateIe HOTEL WI N OLE.IId hiodera In all .ppola..D..i beat M ta
(< .laoud worWi dnl.(.ta Imt April at efficient I She Soda a paralysed old lady 'with' ever with Joyou oomMyNight _.. t* **. .*..**, ..* delivery nLO, day American U Jaakaon*
Oalnaivllla and bal net oredentlall from Our union. might f5acme wlth.mIl1e., .,who svelte .v ,%. ....,.. .;t.IOe per kuelred ia. Uuropeaa plan) vn* pereon.
In this department through the .- daughter prlceel II. lla, 100. M.tlnee .. .... _. .hlb day. Clean "i"U t
...-".tlonal aeoretarys. work T for cheer. Bo In return for> tome trifle Over t. 1O *>, *me a .. althea Paa1N pees eopl airy rooms
Two othera from Florida heve rlou Toun' people loolailea., Will not ah*. para bar doctor' bill and paves prior: Mo and t> delivery .. ...... .UHo per ....ret weekly ail mover, rate, Free bu* from train*.
1' : part "local pre.ld.ntahave. : thl In mind wh.nlI.nnlnc Ovw SAM pounds, ewe .
ttiey hop* to be In Doetan for a ot clothe Again a poor wife and children 4WESTMORELAND
A the convention at lout Mra, MoCroikr.. for next yearfT demand aid, alao a widow. and live children ...day, Matte**' akd NIJby 00. delivery . ......, . **. heeded r '
ot and H. Smiley, or I eo that *h* reallm one bee not farr asker. yak *
i ;
l1.fr. ::11J OHarlaeL H lad .
; will b to ihMeworkera ( e | HOTEL 1 1ma. :=: lire
iJ : to enjoy tM' prlvll.... of such Dote Co.. Chloaco. orltnatilHoney Borbank't.All New Hoyin Pictures MANAGEMENTFormerly Irge a.pot lalartM'
and Tar 5e a throat and long UNDER NEW All steal
c notable' thorir and will oertalulr .
a Entire New.Llet\oC.Picture A. *. WAUC.vol. Feepela/s. Mrs pail .lb. den 'Weit .
eoeouot of the greet
cod
remedy en a,1 ..
tell;on next y.ar'p work at 'home.S ....... .
) merit and popularity Foley Honey awldti cede.treetg,

,NATIONAL COKVKNT10NTha .. and Tar many Imitation are altered Monday sad ...*..*.,.,........ Ode.' I Nl.CK'ARENO SVerabaraer .era-c ,
annual convention .tto'
fI ." thirty-third for th* genuine: TMs. w.rthl.ssimt. -
tha Woman Chrlettan Tempwanc lstlona hers miler sounding ns.m.s. .bee sob sad , j; ,Vnlon will be held at Hartford Conn, Beware of them The genuine Foley Matlaea.EDWARD *. Draught -

' .'' .Ovtubrr Wth to .. All tho Mtala offl-. Honev, and Tar I* In a yellow package '..., ..._ Adsse e-la.eh ..... The EVERETT HOTEtiJAOKtONVILLR
.. BHADENPRESENTS
the roneral aerretary. L. T. L. :
t car Aek for it end talon. any pubalitnleIt rte WI_. Wklaklea, Braadlea.MarchaAti .
It rslary..0filac department on. dele- I u the be.t. remedy for couch ,,ted Lunch from II .
.
. fate at large and ana delecate of ..MlBald oolU., For sale by all dealer. .e rLA.ar .
o'clock noon to I Special
m.
p.
membera, are _..bel. ot the national
up ON PAROLED
.t convention.Florida MrClelUp probably Tealliea now whathe Heal Order at all hour typM&. rkssiaatty i gepeBM Iw .ran.ne. ......
I 55 has- done. by touring Europe! when h* Lids Br Iklp.esr Bowling; Alley when Pool. Eta: '" .. wIOA'wa ......'B"IuS
Daa.ballSNattnN team I Ie .
should have four dalecatea, bafldna .
honld ba v* been at horn watching the -
:I.. the offloeti guying ui twelve In all political pot. i Author f'1)'Aror' ot the Guards," out of town. New add JnvUttrii Intptuvement .-
.
*
.,'- p ut ao far reuortetl to theDreeldent .to. JOe' GILLET, Btanafu.m GIL'SEY.I.II per day bout, U ale oily, .beet' a
a.ip.othittvt U I,
\o \a hope ....., f .
.
: Ike F.ead A romance of tbs South, The fretwarplay HOTEL 00. European (I paean). Clean
will 1 be othere. for the Inavlratlua .,... cool
4 there surely It you ar.. troubled with liver complaint wrlUn from th* Confect -- Sp.clal .aummer rat, tr...
", and help of theee national conVntK and bats net received help read I i crate view point, Artlitlc Betting tr Baniple room. *lao hue
>m I. a girt bl... ..Ini to the Individual thl.. Mr*. Mary L'1lemmona" Moody, I Historically correct 1111 Cllls.r. Caner toy sal ........,..... H J171AI.TNHKI prBprli-Qr.
work If .II'OI..ltnoW'
and to rha
,' ot Florida White Rlbbqnera who are In Texaa 'I waa IP poor .health' -with Nay *. sale Sateirdar at 1 r.. s. The Largest'and
.
Irolllllf"r a DNlar.did
liver aver
5 the North and tan attend the convention! me no good ant I year tried Iterblii Ion. SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY

kindly. vend word to the pneldent about and three bottles cured eta, I cau't tom"iIiI ....* l.... ..fI... sad Nlabt.: Best d'JOB THE CD;

- i \h.... . I ear too murk for Herein, a. It I* awond.rtul >, THEm0W YOU ;U'OW. Coal and Building Material
r'ii liver medicine. | alwayshave
Tha union at Fturahonte la lIb\ It In the 1 bouaa PublUb where THE 'G. I ...bsy ikiraaltk e a 4 Maaa OeeU AU IravUaad Cs-sage. yew Mre
awarded fret prlaa and honorable o:1 you wleb." auld by fltvina Clark, iIiI LIVER .L FIELD I wall *tae.**, rtiMsMe .....% BabIrs **: eN Mar, Laagaaaai A MarttoeeV
,J tlun They report the r ' Main and, Fer*elk, t eMnntgomery OltBaTDK MrNITHELg.THAT'S rsl.t M, Ve H Beaiaa ........ ,_....... rtsk
S ""pl.mr-r lilts of a _dl.' roll Uie Are l '
l. ( NPLA1uIi --- -
with a rharltahle feellniiharatlerlit \ to-P8IOPr.J-4a 'PRINTING
,
of the pier. I* leudln. AU. ,
SIOK .ulMtantlal aid to Mobil and other itrluken MUOUSNCS3, McMURRAY & BAKER.
HEADACHE pubs In Alabuma.Tartaa I'DY3PP3IA/ Seetto is sale Tueeaay at 1 > a*.' Office' in Florida

r --.. .. iI uttmntfAwptuoe amsa W. will (or tha 'ii.x( suty flays tell Haggut, flurrisi Ena-

k ( Ikaa* Un UTkey rettrre ptaw ,. III"' .aa.*a, lie lnsT1rtito$ gismo '1'8.Hlgh.grade about Bniineit Wafoo, .BUUon Wagon eta, at vary low n,.

mm Pnpepata.Is.c ""peeking uf the loruire to which urea, ai ,ws want to educe our stock baton taldug uwntory.

1 dl:wUu and Tat Baartj come at in. savage tribe In the Philip MA's 1 E r I Corns and MS for yourself that ws mean bn lnso.

} DfSI 1.uap A perfect notedy pine eubject their captives remind me 110YTOLPO AD[ C UNCI i
; ot the lushes eurterUg I endured for
k*DtntoMa. tvauere.la McMURRAY & BAKER
:; three month from Inflammation ot the Ii
. Drswte-a. Ma te.la Kldn.yi* soya VI. M. Sherman, ot I IDEAL DOUCHE l PUWDIRJSP.
,";1' the ...... CBeUdNlaJa evl-'C.' .M*. -Nolhlna' helped ma until 5 1 401 to', 413 East Bay St.

' tk*Hda, I tried kloctrtd Bitter*, three bet. " Work, Prompt; "
I -
.I; TVtrUJ Liru. Tkayurutc i lie* of which oomulelely: ,ureS me." PI"" ; .)
i. ....... ,sit, gsa&L Cure 1-1.., Complaint Dyipepela, IIt rlLai Service and Reasonable -
S Y/NaMeIke blood diiorder. aid ,Malaria, ; and n. I
5T"00UiirM.
f' dxituetae SKAIL lOSt ''SIW.L f PlItt loaea the weak and aervou ta I Prices. I PARRAMORE-OLDHAM CO.'S HORSE HOTEL-
.
bealin. uaranl4 by all lr w i fre.1wee*'

: f CgggGtt Mist Bear rrlo lea : + .. ntt.ar* :kewl.'uleJaveel'UU.: Ike pleea.reaWilt Industrial Record Go OASES CLAY AID ADM tTMVTS.Boarding ,
+ .
r
FmSimaa Si n101/. \ + (lee aes wt.I/ a .Mry at I
of
ror-.treah I',
c\ut roIlU.I:1 tnarvoleej* wales IK\la ntedU.B. kae awr Sale and Stable.l
!>'- m on draught atop at Nlo'i ) l p4+ *aula<...J.IhlJ'/: >rre (kaaWtore Wd kae ta plat aver _B"1....in4 Jlewaia Strtctt.TKLKTIIOHC Livery '
*
r' 130 Wait BAT. Th taut Sold and Recommended byT .... ana 1 adl.t 1I. .... Bsa__ ear ta alert kan'l .4 Ms ..* save., aa tawas a. rMw mild to.
.knI'P": 1 .- .lbs best 1M pssaYM,...... Y .Me' ..-.... -M-...-rat .
SUISTITUTIS. |IIY" on dnvfal in thii city 0i CTUIIKB, MM.-regeaq at. .-,:::. L r.t:t't :):;. .


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i I tl; city, .the guest of 2.1,. end Mrs, C In Ahe pavllkn at Lincoln Park to-nor-1 gain after pending the romer. In Lnn-I cad Sunday school at. *n. The

,\ Bolden. st NO. 731 West Chun I row afternoon backed up and 'hedged In I "II. N. < Mr. lr hap.not .n .'1 1I I choir will rehearse at :I p..m.

street. Mr. McCoy I he a pmirralv*,ftu 1 I, thus wiioje Fompany of clever. .t I .In. her .tmu I rant tnsetlng will he held' at t p. .m.
I I and veritable grower, See been man ere from the Exchanr Theater. W. M Hamilton tin* returned from Tallulah I Praise by the
ager of a targe n-"r,grove for the I T. company has fe* n I Falls, (.ia.. where he spent the silt People's'e.c at t-lo lapl.t. Yoang Kvsn- F

post twelve year f.* a Chicago fr.. ( thIs week for th th.a.ln.thusI mer H.I 18 much lmprmd In health. gelistle sermon by.th* pastar m at t p, m.
[I giving the utmost satisfaction. He I $park to-morrow afternoon and I Mary Washington 'I. Mill on the \
)t
Main .
Mi K,
I Street A
teemed and by hip employee.Mice Fan. and sketch will rllahed I under the treatment *of Dr. ..
rut
.Iuf
r : : to 1r audiences' 1 TW I W.IR, n of 8V AugustineMm. 1 t. Martin, pastor. Sunday : ,I"i a.
-Wind-nor. who was teacher In the I Ibhurtner.a ti Ilr that the pa : ilL lift nIs, *
school of the Baptist Arfcdi. lelt1 to which will fort fly IxRaymond 1s ree.rtnl I he .
II
I 10 from .. li preaching at m. at t and
I lat >enr. I* a t.h.' at Cokm.n In- .nt. h.r'llne. nv The Allen .
Christian
I I The for1 the colored' hits ) Endeavor
lt There
: atltute thl year. sro other attrsctlonj at the 1.1.ln. .ehol 1"1.
Mr. R. B. .nhn8IT and children bare p.rklurk attncllons a. wi pleaseand been f..hl, parted. a dark green ,". "II meet.. at. 0 1. Edna l,;
amuse all. Nobojy need hungry ;r I trli'med with ,hlte. Some An not like the
returned to at No. lilt
Harris
M. thirsty (hare, meal prepared ky preferring yell' or brawn l'ntrl C. M. 32. Church, corner $
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street after sp-ndlng a month In.I an experienced. .Oo. lunches and lighter t Il""nl.' Baptist Church lUl, t"'n" Kagle, streets. itev. T. J. ,;
Tampa with Son brother .
refreshmert there In great kbtind- rolled l I A sign party will ba given on next Mon Once. .n' lIe pastor' tile I I. a mn ofarknowledged m. T. (', 1..1.; superintendent. T.. '.

day night by the member of the tw The ".nl''."* for promenades, the Christian piety and nil Seem please will ice preaching at I .m'and Icccl :.
JBTr"1New : 1 II : : i stewardess .reS. of Mt. Morlah A. MK. ew eihlleratlnc roller c.l r. and all w'ithhim I I p. m .
WF { Church. will be awarded to. of tim T. A. after. '
_tAng
.
P. pr. rest ire open to the whole .u.ln'he.tUM1. .pnc' .1..11 np'l.t Ch.r. : '
I, the lady who Is most neatly 4r..e. Everybody Special clans will run to and pull hoga .I. . at Oht..te. .. Wltnn 1''lt"l. Janch .

.. I I i iI I I. In..lte. park at .," Interval all during the He Is it hi. >5he. ton of C* o" school at '::1 .. I"tton. sViperIntendent "

York, Oot. Iv-Th great auto 0, Information to give I : :: I The Indies of the Central Baptls afternoon at nitht.I Brother Tl..'..m be. pmtrhlrut .t' "
.. John Amhro spent tile\ summer I In and 0:30: ) .
mobileTac 'th& the statement made 'I will give an p I
(
*, for eu]>, offered/ *y MrVanderbllt lc .nt.n.lnm.nIn Rhode
the club had been night at church to BiA'M".R Island and ha"turne. 1. Bt James Reformed Methodist fnHvs :(
.a J
.
I I. on, and before Immensecrowd
an I Ambrose look lIke a bride .,
shot the .
sented by Tenney t t"a Bm.of the beat talent .In. Episcopal Chiiirh. On \ Bar"netf
scattered Ml along Ih* course on, tted. "Further In th* ctly'wlll In the .exerrhte The autumn basasr t Mf Zion band .""tle..' 1 Addition) Rev J. ;. J:,
Lena Island. the reck leg* chauffeur ar.C out In a few dayn." !; Thl price of admission will be 1* cent ; B. Churth will open next AIn".y A.l. Mri. Film Itak, Im"rv'nll'' lIce, Sunday school at 1,10 a. m..:: .
their .
Nn speeding liveliest to gain the prl h tain. "President end rt..bm.nt. will b*. on sale.. All and .llnu three nllh'.. h been suffering from nn attack. ofe : Wrllhl lor, rract..ng at I. at "F'
matter' at what risk of life or limb \er.Mr.. )
and It friend arc A program of exercises will b .
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The moet noted. automoblllsts In the world, t..n'Aclon. Invled. I rendered and Mm.' Pawjer on' the eletu .1 P ."
are. here. their rtnki. having been reinforced v.L" Mrs. Wllllnm Flgga and children h. of Mr each %night tnodwnr&1llnaera under the direction 1'8. 1.. I I. Improving 'b.h".r jet llnger Wet Friendship: Hani lit Church ITeet f
last week. ,by the arrival of Lend 11* returned to the clt>'. a'ter spending.summer SUney. *. I JacksonvIlle Rev. 8. Newman, pester >
M av.rre'and l>r. WellachefT" K. F. Shepard A Modish i t st Oldtcmn pleasantly: on mill w",..rve from b I feast to I ('ernclh'atcle I. Score stale j, Sunday school al t:W .. m., Jackson N._ )

who Incurred a penally of a aerloucharacter j lY. J. Ceth rim. 'HI coon hate two 0'C1.1 TuP"thing which" will* . time Mth hi. .lt.
In France for reckles driving h"n40cme flat erected on Madison etree. will be for the children ennvWednesdsy He nil,* been a Ions; (hive am I..hlnr at U a m and at and I p. 1' }
Is aim ,here and declare. that he has, No Is frln. returns It. Piixah
m.teo near EeginStreet. 1 to I p. m The doll contest will 'come hitchIng "< Baptist CI..I. PenaioRet' :
th. .fastest. cAr and will drive. It to tin Mm J. W. Kennedy and children. hhav R. J. Williams, '
son. than th* litre. been quit sic k off. Each child Is asked to Its favorite I p..r. Sunday If
front by the most reckless speed, Shepard .; shown to . for the f"t.la.E'n ks.at her horn on t doll to enter the brl. flril been ,1.1"'I relative. and friend ItAlnehua si'hool at t::3 a in.t H. W, I'hll" su- ;"a]
brags of hi* Hotchkla car. with rock and second ), homo "' ,... There will at
the .rlnlend..nt
road und I. not thought to prise will be awarded fie ellnl rtur" "klnl b .
which he. I I. not afraid. to in e.t.uc. hi leaner !ol um... A closely : h Improving. Her friend hope for b best d..P dolls and a booby tr fort j bell but lime .. by the f.'. I .ni at 7a P,m.Mt. .
.. Th* first .winner. Oeorg Heatn.. for the waist, and 1 1tucked I Mini Mnhel .
cup the Rome I* attending I the Zion
; I : baiL most poorly dressed doll. A prIce will I A. M. K. Cbur 'h. corner of
expresaea hop of winning again to-day. at the 1 be given to the best behaved hot i I Itntm I I Industrial I School. for Olrls.. r.:, Beaver and Nennan Ret & A.
Th following noted driver. of a.to" were trnt The pattern I Rev. I.. B. Cllerson, pa. .f. 1hLaura Bethuno. principalMr William .t..t.
end all friends'of Mt. Zion I 1 I willnpen
cheered! u thy. wer roprnlxed. going rand sleeves. Street P.ob.t"rl.n M.mb. p..tr. luld.y
.Ib. . to attend this baxaar. It will Ann Walkr I I. chairman or lhch'rrachier'eAld *t t m. W
c .k"d ; Thomp.on,
over the course... Dr Devil Tracey t ;I I Club Site lutooe of the
be
ure 1 the aim of
the attendants all Sirmoii
at of tlu .
... .. Rev .
.a Lnwolh! In rrayer-Mlller. ear; Bhepard InHotohklss 1 th newest and H . he went to be with his booths to phelae all who recent convert. *, well educated, and will In"'nd.nt The .J.
; Erneot Kesler' In Old"mo soft fabric mother, who wa III, .but t* now bette come.STANTON'S 1 be of much service to'her church. .t a m lord's (.pP.will haadminletered
bile.: Weatchedt In Plat' ; Luttgen Mercedes lie will fill Ma pulpit to-mcrrow. --.-- at I p in. The Allen.
; Jenatsky Mercedes. ; Christie In FIRST K ., Christian Endeavor league will mt
Christie, who payS b. has got to win .* i MT. ZION'S at 5:111: p ml e. H Anderson, president !''V.
LEAGUE Heavy Enrollment of Pupil and All AN 1 Sermon '
the
til* girl I I. to marry him It he doe,' Lan by pastor at t p. m. f<

cia and Nasarr, In Flat. Th. clroul The Allen Christian Endeavor League cot Getting Down to Solid Work. Kheneier. M. E Chull.rn..' ot R.,

a seems short tit som spectators. It Is madso -. I Mt. Olive A M. E Church will met .t PikVT Ashley and I" alreta J.
quickly I although It Is an miles I p. m. tmor. render the follow Stanton Graded and High 8cbol'.nd.* j jSt. IatUiron. pastor. Sunday school 'p
round and very fast tlm. 1 I. expected. Ii* i hog "fn it. first welt with an t1I t.IS: a, m.: H. b) Redmond, superintend .Y
nigh as n mile. an hour. Heath' Pan P.y.r song ..rvlc. Mr, A. C. I I pupi.. These In the following grades.. em. Monthly love feast at s5n.Fnji
; grade, MI. A. M. Edwards, Mrt. I
+ The
hard and Tracey' locomobile attracted I Kpworth league will at 4lt:
much attention as also did their drivers'. Singing by the congregation. Annie I. McDuffle. Ml.Anest Patlrso'i', p. m The Lord a upper will lt be adoTillnhbipl'e5 /.
both of distinguished merit. Mr. Vanderbllt Bible quot.ton., ) the. League.Topic hIre., Panchtta .N. Thompson" and Mrs.Beanie . Paul) Kaptlat Church, Stnnewalstreet. at t p. m. O' .

a. giver of the cup and ehlef promoter "Crl.t Life In the Commandments K. Baker, teachers KI pupils: Rev K lAne. heater. pastor. Sun SI. PaulA. M. Church .
of the race.. wa. the obwirvsd of Be Lft U.Our Obedlenc. second grsde Mr*. Hattl L. Srhell. MIJKalurah dRY school nt '::3 a. in, *uperlntendent *nj "'. I corner of"-*.
C Wlllm. J.h..ol
streets t
all observer ss hoi moved around. One ( .Scrtjtture 1.&n John Xvi n., W. H: B. Smith and MM. Emma A.Ward ; preaching. and Bennett pnstor, Rev A, .
of thC Thorns mncMne Is reported to !." t"A b.r 1M "upl.: third grade. at I p. m. The, Young prayer meeting at I ;"
Paper Mia Elite Davl. Miss Maude .. Tyeec l.ptl.t Peple' 1. 'nci i Sunday si hool at t a m.1| Peel,' '
"mil..
ccvi mode a tracihon of a .t the L Sv.l. Fnnl. t'nlon "'I meet p. mi Anna St. George nl
rate of 123 mile. sn hour. The following P.rtcl"aton. the L..ue.rk and MI. M.J, tBch..r.11 Bench prsld..nl". Sermon. by the.pastn ent. Monthly ''n h.r..n. .up.rlft.n",. y'
bet are recorded: One hundred dollars J. Buck pupils: grade, Mrs. D L. at p. Members to :
are contrIbute
ducted tL' ::
'.buY;
at 11
m. a.kP nt The
Miss Wattle Richardson. and Mr* R. J. Wiggins I .teachers, 101 .
to two hundred that the French team will 1 a. the Lord hn* prospered them will be
hu .who the r"c"; $1\0\ aVon that not more thai. Responlreading.. Mi.. Fannie Hani- pupils: fifth grsde Mrs Madeline B Martand The revival continue. and lowed .4mlnl.I..4. at I p m. into ,
on* Thomas car will be on th. Americanteam. b..r.. Mrs. L. J. Msdlson teachers. M preaching every night "next by a b.pt.malIc. Th* ;
/ by the choir. pupils; sixth grade., Miss Ellen\ U Brarten. hel1.Allen ( . Ind( ,< Leagu will'
. Remark by,the pastor teacher, 57 pupils; e\enth grade Mrs .n".Iome m..t a t p, .: Mrs A ;,
Drodnl
Isbell'i base running h Is not appreciatedby The offering.Critique W. E. Watts, teacher 47 pupils; eighth Bethel. ntl..t. Church, South Jacksonvtlle p..ld.nt Sermon by the I.,
grade., Mis* C. Cutton, teaehr, J7 pastor. Bun .. ." by a continuation
many fans, but when It Is known Mis TerM Williams.. Crri WII.m. of .* ,l.
pupil Prof. Johnson day school at ., Thome superIntendent 'acramental All ,
that ha ....d. the American League In Announcement. : high .hol L F. 10. .enlea are ,, j
thl department. It will b* seen that he Is 1 Mlspah. and Mrs. M. B.. MtLendon, t..ach.r.. M the at I LreS'. Sup .1 b administered Mt.: Olive )M. .1 Church corner In'lt.4 ot !
and, pupil m.; pfchln. 7:3: and ..
valuable on the buses He Is big to Plrlln. slreets. R. I
a certain. extent clumsy but he handle : MT. LEAGUE.The Pt. lohn.ol and hi. corps of teacher 1. m All are invited. 10k.r. .to,. 'Sunday school, n
MORAHS
.
his weight, with true athletic skill and .. matter well In handand the Central Baptist Cl.h. State liner t'10! m.1 i A ... superintendent I'
C has more peed end hnr** sens* when. Allen ChriatisnEncleavor 'regular work of the t.r .well set In Laura street.. 11,0,. Gardn.r Ross, pastor -; Monthly love feast at a. mv Thj V''

on ,the base. than nine-tenth of the I >f Nt Morlah A. M. E. Church 'i L.I.1 rn. Thl army of hopeful I I. being glreeseedy . Bundajt school at 5:0) m. Mine Lor'. uppor will he 1 at "*i
players In the .. .. .t I attention that I I. at the commandof Bessie Bv"n. .uprlntend.nL Sermonby p. m. Th Allen ( .dmlnl.t.ra .
ear; I : m tolo..ln. pr.r to-moro.. those In charge. Prof. Johnson Is glv-r the Baptl* League will.m..l.t 'lrl"lal: m. "e."ol,

At Lethnton1C7.., )yesterday., Nut Boy, / : : service b the llesgue choir. lug: a* much of hi. time as h* can spare' Young People s tTnlnfT, IIl meet at T Pm by the pastor at t m. p. .'
from hIs clause In luperlntendlng or M. A. president. Lord. p
heavily backed by the New England contingent : Alm. Day
TI Spring
k . dolor tie real work of B.pl.t Hanson
crlncioal
a F
of the eighteenth. a Supper will be aamlnlstered p. m (hurch .
horsemen won
town. .
C Tranaylvanla stake In a drlalllng rain R'iL.7k';; Laurrif Booker.: Boise of th grade wilt b* much In. Mt. ZIon Primitive Baptist Church, corner -' Sunday Rev achool, || ,at I pastor ,4

at the Kentucky Trotting Horse Breeder : I. Blllumi. . yet ther .always 'many of Missouri and Illinois street, Rev. aooden, t:10 a ; D. at4i c. <-.
*
*' Association meeting. The victory Isld m font and Rel.tln. Bertha %cll.on. .r late In starting to .. The 8. 8. Smith Jr. pastor Prayer meetingat 11am. .up.rlntenel.nL The. Lord's Preaching '

was brllllan as Nut Joy defeated. the Run4. round J.Mary E. Williams. text-book* In the "school have been e .mo| Sunday school at 5:30: a. m.. I I.t I supper will ba ad.ministered -
Of thin It .1.I : p This
best lucid of aged trotting horses that ore provided for Relt.Uo. Mine Bailie Paype. chln.a nearly & truy Mrs. Bpygner. superintendentpreaching1 : Young people's m Baptist 4;
& I Union will i'p
hud been brought together. In a race this Or not 8crplur lesson. Miss Annie. Scott .nou".11 to to what length many at II a. m.l I covenant. meeting ra. Sermon the meet, at 1:19
m u. by
a year and closed his racing season by winning chiffon h.nre I Imogen' Connor. patron go to met. thl and other at t p, m.; .sermon b the pastor S pastor at I P m. :
.,the most desired. classlo given forof uggested for I The offering. "qW..m..nt. 'tam ) a West Union Baptist Church ." :.

aged trotters. Much the *as* with: .I will require l<4 Doxology and benediction.MT. Is frnl.he with an &lv' .t Fnl.rpna and Running .
Hill, Church .
Baptist Mast LewIsvllle
: .
man for Janitor, to Spring Rev Odum
defeated bin I k.p pastor
which the sun of Nut largeMeld : for the waist Sund.p't
t..l In proper condition and attend Rev. G. W. Rbln.n. pastor. school at IM a. m, B H.: ii,
.... duo to the generalship. of Myron skirt. ZION B EVENING SERVICES. buldlnl Manning. ,
N Sunday school at I.n ., .
his other duties.. BJ. Drippersuperintendent. . .
!McHenry, who drove him" Tim. Waist.. .1 L superintendent A memorial service of nM
L41. There will
01. division of the No' Order of orvtcl: preaching the Into Mrs Hattie. James. will b *
f: et4i: 1: The paring : M, and 1.14'o
.thts.maodatlandp.ni.Wrightevihle
Kentucky futurity fell to Brenda York 1 Ladle' Organ voluntary. CKMA JNS'T.NeL at 11 m. by Rev. Richmond :
Fr.re
without a strugglm. The 'race was merelya out a "Holy I* lbs l.rd." b the choir. M. t. Cllur h. Highway and th* There'wlll b* prnaoh-
workout for the good Moko filly and I Instep yok.length. No M2 Response, Jubilee, ) Monday Will B* the Opening Day I avenue, Rev, F. Spice, pastor. Bun- Ing at 1:15: .r:4 at Tlt: p. On.An mrs t.
.
abe could have .on'ln much better Urn: and JO Inchoes wslst Hymn, onn..lo. ,of ThIs. Popular SchooL day school at B::3 a. m, Miss U A. Jacobs Invited. ,

had It been. asked of her. Tlm_1:10%; The above Flnt Srlptur. I..n. Psalm xrvll.Choir. superintendent. ; love feast nt 11 a. Grants Clmpel A M. K Churrh. cor.nir .(
Monday mill bethe opening day'at rn tha Lord wIll '
; be administered
'
;
1:00 iind
: % SuP. of Clny
separat pattern I I orange stieets. R ,
. Cookman Institute, and I v. f
Second Scripture lesson. every prospect at p. m by the pnstor T. A. nij>b., pastor.
Sunday school at
The Cleveland n" Imxeball team will arrive This stove ( Solo "I'm. 1grtnu'.L3o1nson( ), Nina now Is for a most prosperous year. All at I p. n. .ID a. m.; W J. aiass,
her In March and remain. fur one postsge paid,p.te ". 1Preyer. old and new students *re urged to be Mt. Carmel nlpt.t Church, Cmnpbell'. Sermon b Rein, c. J. .IIp.rlntendaQL..
month this number ot the present at the. beginning on Moneln Addition Rev. I nut.o., ".tor. Sunday m The ) |WUllrd lt 1 '
. ed nam* : Anthem, by the choir. Tho book store I I. already open, and -student school at t: m, A, B. Mlrl.on. 1 AI.'n meet at '4 m.Fnd".vot.f 4
p.
Don't forget this football meeting by not" : Penny offering.Notices. . can procure all .*ry book at superintendent; there .u be preachingat by : pastor and hue administration Sermon
member. of the Uraya. Light Infantrynd MEN .4cir'i: Hymn. the school. All book bill an cash and 1 5. m lind at I p. m, of the Lord' at
B tuition must b* paid one month. In advance. supper 8.10: p. t. All
Rifle at thin armory to-morrow. lend cents when Sermon by the paator. Rmsnuel Baptist Church West Brook are Invited.
on hand ana got busy; the football Mason one pattern.. For Chant by the choir. ', lye Rev. T. H
waist In About alt\ 6f the teacher are now' on Ward pastor. Sunday St. John's Bnptlkt Church '
I* bets. pattern one Offering OC'b.t'O ,
school at .
n There Dill preaching
. :3 Albert and Weare
p and writ name the campus b stree.s. Rev Q, M. t
.ne Sacrm.nt at I and at .
The Kentucky racing commission law (lie number of th Prof. Ballard. who had such tragic experience p. m. Vaught, pnstor. SunJey'acliooi i at t :
has been declared constitutional and the 1)0101)! In the AtlantaTiot I I. here Second Baptist '(hurol Kin,'* 'road. : .m; M. W. N. Cuswell) nplrlnt.nd.j vi

Injunction ..lIalnllth.*. racing commission PROM Bne Prof. Grant, the director t of uulKlo, Rev. John O Br.nt. Sunday ccl. Sermon by the r .10 a. m.T. *]
_
was dll""I.n4" Ih* CBS remanded to H/Brlgg: LEAOH EXBRCI8K8. rived thl morning. Th department :school at I:M I. m., Rv. 11. B. Brown, Preaching at I p. ru. ;:* BaptlsiTSf
the lower ouurt for further proceedingby W ha muslo bid fair for another year of .,. superintendent, 'h.r .1 be preaching at rounl p* pl ,'* Union will t at t: i

the, United 'States States Circuit Court painted Devoe To-mmorrow .it; at '.*) o'clock .. Prof. tJrant Is full of new plan 1.. m. and at | and p. m. i m; J, K Knight, president, .:1

of Appeals. The dclslo mu announced. I Epworth Ebeneser. end. modern Ideas for hI. work West. Jacksonville M. E. Church, Rev. I brstlon of the Lord. supper at 1 p, ra.
by Judge Corhrsn The last Legislature ever been painted. will b* a* follow. : ) E Among than. new ... for thla 8. Jackson, pastor Sunday rhool it Fellowship Baptist Church, corner of '.

passed the racing. commission law, the .....1. a* corns Apo.te' Creed. year there will :* .rnlno physical 0:30: s, m.. Miss Mary A. Sw.r4. superintendent Enterprise and Morgan streets, Rev .,
purntwe being to ovoid conflicting dte Invocation.Bonpture ture under th d an l monthly love 11 a. m. M W. Richard I pastor. Prayer meetIng -
en track at the. sum plan. and to limit five year ago. rrndlng teacher. Preaching and the sacrament of this at 4 a. m, ted by Joseph Cohen, ;
racing In general so a. to avoid too long Solo Mr. J. H Lancaster. Mis Miry Neff. who ha* had Lord' Supper at t and at 7:10: p. m. fiundey school it t: m.; .Jnssl. *\ "

n inSulin. at any one point. The> Douglas Bible word to be found I Ie"Pe.co" years of successful work |n the echool. St. Luke Baptist Church Richard, I :1 *rvlc*

Park truck at Louisville brought suit Stung Ep worth. League has Just arrived from her horn In Illinois. stre.t, East Cureh., W W. and preaching I at 11 a.tn.lr. bs
r *list the members of the racing commission Paper, .Miss Anesl E. Patterson.Instrumental Jane, pastor..Sunday school l at"I m., Rev. f. R, Rlodard at '

Individually to restrain them ATLANTI olo, Mr*. L. Cat) F. (L G.n.. superintendent_ Bong..,. by th* paatnr at I p. f

- from preventing this holding of & race ..," Ip_ J Rn t. + I I, vice by tl.. at u a. m.i b.l.m sac' Laura street. Presbyteriaa '
meeting during the tlm set for a rival Violin Mia.: Mr Cyrus I, 'P.torl. + DELANO KOTKi, 4 I mon by pastor and ; theflspiiet Corner of Laura and But Church ,.
.
truck. The lower oourt granted the Injunction ROUND J. A. 4DeLan& I '. . .
Young Union will meetat
L.
Adr. 1.lnl Beople's U KlhorennA. M,
pastor,
und'tho can wa. at ,one *D- I tT Sunday
tl 8n Kpwcrth ue choIr I m.. Mr. B. Washington president cliool at 5:10: J. ;
pea'ed' . . l Col1t" 4o.01o and benediction. Oct. t.-Th* publlo school 1.Preaching. rerelvlnt tea oOvSnant uperlntndenU. .Sermon m.i by I.th Bo..m&.1,I
,. opened last Monday with a good attend I .t
; Hall president Rev. J. P. Pat : and fellowshlpplng at S p. .
James Snbrlng announced yesterday. coca Prof B, F. JUdlcy end his ...101- m a 31.5. "and I p.: m.Mt I''
that he had signed whim tne Chicago Na. pI 'pR.II. anis to make the I Harmony Baptist. Church, State, near MoHah A. M. K. Church, corner
poml.e 1.1. b.t "ho .
FROM U, I Julia street, Hev J, n,
,
pastor.
would term of and
tlonala and play with that team In ST. JAMBS' LEAGUE. ever hAr. Ewin. Slono..1 Park streets Rae' n.
Bund'sschool .
.
Rev. J. A. Davl at ::1) m. W. I/ T. .
It that
1IUT. wee reported tho right flelder preached Bet .. Oordln. pastor Sunday school at ;..
. might l tie a possibility for the managerial ( i ii I I Allen Christian Endeavor Leagu of Baker. last. Sunday afternoon.' Th sermon Thompson, ,"" .rlnl.n4.nt. There will b* ':10 a. nil: A. T 1.le. superintendent.. ,

position of the Reading team when ame.' A. M. E Church will render ...enjoyed by' all preaching at J I and I P. m 'ton.. feast at . The Lord' t

t 'It wa launched Into the Trl-Stsle League. WASHINGTON Llr following to-morrow after' Tho ''monthly rally nn Bethel A. M. E. Friendship. Baptist Church Oakland supper will .administered at f p. m. ,
nut encore. The Phllsdelphl National I .nd [ ] : . Church's new blurting lust Bunduy)' Rev. W M Morgan lesIon Sunday ''h. Alan ChI.I.I Endeavor. fceagua' ;:

Lisgu Club triad hard to lund, th..play. the Leagu amounted to '4.4. Following are the I school at 5 a. m, C, J. Orlffln superin will . : p, m. by the

er, but Manager Chance. of Chicago, refused Mot alnlrlnl P.r..r. bJ. W. Du-by. name of the captains o fthe clubs tenl..nt, Thero will be preaching at I pastor' at I p. in,' l..rmof' 5. F.

to ronsldsr, any trad $$38 40 dally; I Slnln. by the L.ue and this amount raised by ...h: MeedumeiM I p n). New. Hope A. M, R. Church, North
ITAJVOINU ur THin CI.VCMATtONALLPIAOUYL! *. : 8crtptllr .. A. Stockton. 14.10; Ella Hirrlng I 18; M.II SI. James A. M. E. Church, \VestBrooklyn Rev. I.V, ..
Har. ( Randolph
\ 810 by Miss Mantle I 14on. : Illlams, 'IT, Emrria Coger, 13&. Emma Rev, p, 0. loodwln, pastor prlnt.ld.. srhnol at t J.. .OF'
tbnd" a
$17,65 I I W.mphl.It. Ucalogue, by th. League Wlmrlns, |4.Ml Jnnl Bncon IIMsggle .11; Sunday school at 1:1: a. m.I prenchlng Jones, mi t Jf F
.ul.lrlnllnd.lt. I'reschlng
Club. Won. Last P.O Ot.Ill Solo WI. El. SI.bt BII..n) It.55; Rosa Bsmuel tt. .>. at 11 a nci: the- Christian Kndevsrl II a. 'm. Quarterly. vontereno will .

Chicago .. ?. .. .... ..I1M (.M HINw | 1..t ,. W. Watson. All dlprtm.nl. of this church are In ..nalv. 'leiigue l. will meet at i:3 p. m j, preachingat Pinto at I p m. Member.. are asked b.: '
York ..... .. ,. ., *. 61. 'lot: AU.nla ) .. . C. J. Krvln and 4\h.,. ad prolre..I. condition ant! T.H p m. 1 attend and the presiding eldergclaim

FlUshur .;; ... .., .., H 'W 51.5hiitid.hphihui $$10,35 I 0 .I. 101 | R.cltaton. Oovan Oarb .tl on the must sut.ceiuiful Mt. OnyaKh Tinptlet, Church, corner *, Preaching pay at Tilt p, mSimpson' .
... ... ..;. ..71 n 444 l n to AItsmes William J'Yr "' Its history. Ire..r.. WB King's mid. OrlHI: menus, Rae nl.
rironklyn ,. ,.. ,,< ... .. school acid president. of the league, .and n""v.r. near Cleveland street R.". W.
?ii., ,or .. 43 r 4H 0Ml. AUants., : Rel.Uon. Orc. frv\n\ : a. m; l'r"a II:JO *, m. and
.. .. .. $10,85 0 Arthur Moor, chorister and musical director 1:3 hlnlII' P. Holmes, pastor. school at
loot . .. M I 0 I 7 31. I and J,I R II.U n. White. .. and T.So Sunday
.....tun .., ... .... ., .. 41 10! 12.' 1 Plies War U. Blade. are doing much to aid, 'In bringing p. 10: .. nil I Forest Crok.t. supsrln-.
"U.n C Malnchl. Bethel. to tie front. St. Matthews Ilsptlst Church ,onrrlef endent Preaching m. The

AMRXCANI3AOU. 11, |0..II-; Ci, .. Mr. end -. Sunder Miss M. Robinson left. Sunday for Iprlnl.Rev, W. Jackson, pastorj Sun 11p..1 Leagu will meet at I p. m.
$10,35 0 Seville I where she baa Uken charg nt :M a ,' by ll>*
a Club. Won,. Lost PC, I Atlanta addressCollection =:eI"crr : j fl.AI.1 pallor at 0:55:
I the publlo school. t n ) .j.hlel l lieireachlng The publlo t I. cordially Invited
: and benediction ,
ChksgKew o ...n.a I... .:.t.00 M rt 4 to N v. I W p
at at
The members of DeLsnd City : 7:
York .., .., ........H et 13,1l'1..I.nd ". Lodge F "nc -"--
H1BKHN1A NOTES A. M, ore preparing to make some \I m.provemani. Bt. Joseph M. H. Church A near OMaplnl ..
. ...ct. .rr 84 171 14. Oakl.n. *) ae.l. HyM, Ft
I'hlillda1t .... ... ..,.. >.T*. (7 Ml $13,20 3 Oet on their hall Work will begin Hev Q. W. {o'ln..n. pastor. '. In most ease a sallow, blotch4omplexlon
Pur Motive school s( ':*> .
suiwrinendent
Society In.
St Louis .., .. ...NItttrolt 71 biT tension t m.t'l.t even- l..I. and dul".. eye are due
ami rendered a full Mr. Fannie Pride, accompanied by herdaughter I ; love feast at 11 ha Lnrd'i .
.
.. itt 11 47 tM prOr.m.or ex- lo poor .** an Insotlv. ila.,.
Washington t 'I' ... ,...." W.tUw .on. *.. that wee ...njoe. .., W. J. ll.. Lnnle. to Jacksonville last. I II. Supper will b* administered.\ si I p. mPreaching Orlno I.ulv. Fruit Syrup aid dig, **. '
.0 Ikiwlon . ,.i .,... lot $ UOii$25.50 -' ; presdenl) M. Tsrlton la FrIday MI. ,III resume her studles at I P. mMt. Ion .1mulll." th. llvr and
and titra. Haiti Frailer I I. sec- at hiS Stale Normal und Industrial Plenssnt Mantlet Chlirrh, Lnulslna bowels this

Ysstsntay's baseball games resulted a* Bt. Loull. i ., and ...,. School this week.Rev. street, Hurbrldge. Addiion. Rev. H. mooth and' cl.... lompl."lol.
follows Nation I... (gue-Ikiston t. New $ 14. 1 launch Dorothy I ha laid off for re B U. _I"ke made a trip to Crescent -I Yates. psslor Sunday at 11 a.m ., Fruit Syrup dos* not rausesta or gripe '

York I. American ......ue-New York 4. ; h and did .not make. her regular tip .( D.a t Herring days .1 Mica on business.Mr. Ella Stary. Th..U. fc* preaching at 1 1 m. and Is .mild and ilsssant Lo take R*. V ', .

Boston, 4. ( l'I.,1. I, lt. Ot J.ckon"l. to-dsy. I and 7:3 m. (use substitutes. For Hi ky all deal.i'l
hle."o. were at the resident ofMr
...I.,1.tllt. 11.1 m:1 void. "**thr. o"t. : : E Church will to-morrow b* held at at i| 8t. John't and qul.t..m.mr.W. Spar, last Wednsduy I aN' Chapel, C. M. B. khurch, cor. .,.. 5. a
I I Ort 10. m and Bloshsm 'I R.W.I. .' ". -
a $$11.25 : era Int'lied to attend. evening Rev 5. O. .le, officiated .or Clay .h..tL.
.
A .1.1 .from Ik'slon Penal Th n w* IDI Oct Sundolrsrhool of John's B K. Bruce lodge A. 8. held *nInteresting psstvr. J'r..thIO si 11, a. mi Bun- It seems a pracllcn) Imposslhlllly
.e.lv.. \"nlno.1 the form of a I b will b* held .. H E. meeting 'M' night. The school st p. m, o, R. Wall superintendent. keep track of all of ths title* William: A. (
at
m.
a..n..r Ilaitlun. rumoll ;i ; tamer. light of she South will Join'withB Preaching st 7.10 p. m. :II Tart haa .e811.4 .and I. still acquiring 1 II

'Ih.t !il.. A.h..b, h had next"".eaon.Manager ent'ftep $32$ .801"1.1" > I : K. Bruc Lodg In giving a publIc I| ML Calvary Baptist 'church, corner of hi. rurny *. a Iroubl sfttler.Every .

II Henion, I 1lllm"r to luff..lo '! INSTALIATJON BEtTLAIt. In.t.I.U.I nest Wednesday Illht. .O Dura and Spruce street*. Rev KdwsrdYoung
verify 8c It pallor Sunday schmtl at I-, .
B.kr &e J. 1.1 ". a m.B.
bill said I h
Ih* csi. didnot knew '
that J.nl": uocsur' bad J3UO$ :Rlk : l Installullnn Cf Rev, J S. Hopkins :'- O. Wur.y. superintendent Preaching Woman
1".h.r .. 7. I; 4- at I p m. and m'
ot.
and ; of BeulaR
human .U. he did not pastor Baptist Chruch, ccr. ao' 1T
HAPrT1lWO. list Young
4 will 1
meet
think h* would l b. out until after I 0..10".. ar1
,ka of ionic and Jeavle streets, will (else .
the, ba.ball sesauii s*.over.Th ) ) I>*na,' T, l 4-' -- 4Ormond CSip.m.. I
$$32.20 plu tomorw. ftundsy school will'1 Chapel M. E corner 1
T > .rh.
price( for the baseball championship . | llU' : conducted at Im.. and st I a. m, Oct. I.--Many' here er* .11 of 1..1.1.Ll. mill $'. 0.r".I.' Hev, R. 1.1

contests tslll b. set tied by the n.- .will. b* preaching with mslarlsl r.vr. and phydclan nod I 110"6. pastor. lun"., .bD.1 st( 110 .1
lineal commission ..Lefl Ih* other cdlIton $17 Oulfport Uistallallon service will take place medicIne men are kept busy nulJ .up.rl".nd.nl There
'ar. detertaiiteit In. all probabilityIh I ,33 Nov. (I. p. m. In the 1',10..1.order. Rev. H. J. Jones, pastor of thus A. M K will b preaching I .h. at I
by the prayer Church hn, hss pull closed a revival
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same price that' last seastin : : ;: p. m. i
en.
1'1".1' N. W, U. the sVrlpturi* with l suer.... There were ihirtaeteddiilons
S when New York . gr M. p:. Church, K r II.Burgsss. .1
fought for the tt. will ed U adoule.1' l.* $19.60 I : L"1.It, 'red by W, Joa.singing lo Ih. rhurrh sod sit l I nnt'.. .r I Sunday r. 110
by .
oongregstlonxprayw Rev. J B Fin will baptised .ra
prk-. a year were just dnuUle' the .D.lo the Installation : b tmor. a. m., A. Payne, rliiteiidenL,
.
sermon by .
Rev .
J W and tMttf
ordinary 'face. for a box uat. Summer tourist .He Mra There preaching si m. For sale
I 11 M. wilt Rv. J. II. md 1. *ndj I by tasks MoWetl, irae
V.uh. Commodore. .* a hrk irij \
grand seat, It far W.wmA '
f. .no eataral| point on saU until by th* n Mound Orov last Sunday. at I .and t p m plate Mall ewdere

.niil.., ii and. 1 rt.l. for the **$.i 1..I" .October "* a..I. .' *. fn..tl. "friend well thy ware much pleased Finding Mr. Bt. Marks 'll.tl.t'hureh., r.vlr.j! | T

.* X"roOD rte lo by .* pastor who mtI pronounc GwlU acre again won.Th Hill, IeI.. Ci. Reed ,... lu.4.

Th. IMI4.ltPdahhtnaI I league < Umlta 1."r. bn.tJn publlo schools opened I.t Mnnd y rhaol .1 a, Bi preaching s .,. .|
IHMH.s- t. a stndleal ( elf. atlon* .' .1 .t.I. . the rvesjng at glIb publlo erttas. Prayer wee orTered sill b* 1 .m and st I and I Sadatt.4L

J .('*pl: Tenney of the.mo, hay above or pl. 'IO th* pastor will p.el by a. J Jon**. Prtpl L While- m
cished. either OB the befits Shlloh Itst.llsl Church rnrner
ouklleliter & upl&fa .k
"."_. .1'11.'I.hl.. ( "" and, 'rbphict.15 T JINQB AT LINCOLN( PARK. "th p"pl. to title yale. and addraeexn Beaver and .obn.o. .tret., Re*. J. ;

j *--*he.-ism&... at the south KudgruMiid ) 4.U.wl by I, W. Kennedy w. K. .n..I. MOnday seho"4 1//
Thursday President A. II, sVv rA c.o y In LbU. ., 1.,i.4.3tga.JIJJont&Ztflrat,.t
the .el P tfo .. Ho 1 I. the rat I "it. .
lUal Otvl. T un. ouu tb .. HUMl, JMk and m.Sumoouius >n M I* the sa islnt ...lr. song and prals. servle. H|1' iii
: will appear oa tile Mr. and rL ird gr, clal
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him with a knife last right day Jon*.. r

t a white man wax held to answer the
Hair THE CITY NEWSBTO1JI
Superfluous charge: of vagrancyHousekeepers I .

I I'i will find E. Q King I
;tt! Baa. t/ the Kw PrincipleYV.1UniJ new marketat 101 Bridge, always aup

; piled with the beat line of Florida and .
'i le"1i 1 I Ir. Western;" meata vegetable. poultry. ,

eggs and fruits received fresh dally
r. M at>4VpHcntine Mrnaa It h M. eeq '
e tni pffWUfttl v., ft tfcMtrtv? hair and delivered to any part 01 the city
''r,! 1"| MI"i .one urn i ernmm'mrrC *IUi : M-trot*..*. and .ubllrb. In quick oCler. Their telephone .
n tM eeplNter-.a' Tb*** ,n ff*>r4 feeN i
I1.,* .uftK wORn jfth. --. number I. 111 '
; 6anrml I* alnrN' U ..rl'"I"m I; The .Socialists of Duval will
county
d- _10" .Flan U i nitT4 .tT ,pfiTiicta.. .rarinon..,
**nfmirrln "ut* mMieal" *o4' promt'iTwlopej et open their'' campaign to-night at the 'LaEzy''LaEzy'
") .r- aeM. ,neat et .t'.r.'PI Wan .I.d .M Happenings Picked Up bj loot of Laura street. Several local
I** MirMto mrl.a M M | wnpn -
> > for 41m bf Do Mlrtfta:/ r t.r.C91'arlt IJ epeakere will addree the vol'era. Tb.Soclaliete .
An, Rae Tmk Yner mm.bM* wUhofJtlV.Mt.AB to
propose make an activecanv.ae
I. (.. mJ tr) If M b..U .n .JOkll I ih. (Nb Metropolis Reporters
will
'.Uim.4. fi r it. Fnr Ml.* bf All .rH.4U M dreg and eead out coneiderableliterature I
b/< *sM.t 4f.rMinj.M>M BiofM M4 between now and the elecHon. -

I;, -C. Q BETTS The. evening concerts at the Rath- And if you don] "la! ezy" it's.no body's ,f fault but yours, for we're producing a aright

y\,4? !T. MATTHEW REVIVAL. NEWSY ITEMS OF INTERESTLOCALS likelier let began, and last will Monday be night continue. October here in this city 'of ours. a :Mattress and Spring under the above name ..a

throughout the entire. winter aeasoevery that makes it possible for every man woman and( child in Jacksonville to
Tli* revival nrvlceiTjit St. Matthew s night.from I to 11 o'clock. Prof ,
COXCBHNIKO] MKN] :AMUMBAItllEI J, George rjrirer. the celebrated American '
Mathodlut Church continue grow In attendance "la
'0 .Iolln I.t, ...111 hive 'charge 01 the'muelo ezy. .
JACKIONVH.UR.
!'>; and Interest The exrrclse lait : IT ] ___
Intrrrellnlant again as usual and he will b.
& evening were particularly -
+ helpful to Christian, and were not void ably asslatM by the accomplished.
t: pianist Mr. .
Olover WinterTheatorlum'
of Interest to the unaaved Many Chrla-' a
.. OnwlaS' Our "La
U Mattress
'a trans surrounded the altar for prayer tit 0-rt ee* Omit lid la the name of a rep Ezy"

l" the cloae of the service. and a number of CMy j Thai Witt .POTT* l1..tal tafsaM lined place at 184 Weal Bay street for
young men went forward and asked forth ladles and children where they can witess .

; prayora of the church: Baa*!** (. the Ta>.*._*. B*..4Ta a. clean contlnuoua performance 01 '
; aervlce this morning;: was moat deilghtful loving pictures every day from 10 a. m, $1.00 DOWN .
and helifnl ta all prceentl Then '.* r1.PNaAfteeea ........*... to 11 p m., the admission price being PRICE $ 0 I
Sl.OO A WEEK
VIII be no servlcfS this evening' hot It Id 10 canto for adults and I cents for cblldren .
/i expected to make to-morrow a real rally The schooner, LeJok N..red' a) for The place I. vlaited dally by a '
day the. services whIce well altcn'ed Albany. 'N Y, .with S3,000 feet -of lumber large number of ladles! and children Guaranteed Equal' In Every Respect to Any 115 Fell Ever Advertised/ .

p' Rev. Mr. Thrower, a revlvallieiOf . The Christian 'vloinajka Board of ML
great ability, will have cheraaof'thd) t alone held Every one of these mattresses contains forty-
1: ; Choice fall suitings;; J. Naumburg, one a moat Interesting meeting In
.w. eervlce tomorrow All tend will Invited contlmi aid merchant tailoring, 290 W. Bay. the lecture. room of the Flret Christian .. five pounds of Pure' Cotton Felt in layers No
through next week are Church Friday evening and dlecueaM
tc'n Christian worker* nf all denomination! The New schooner York today Elizabeth with T. CM000 Doyle clearedfor feet If Important business: notably the Centennial jute No rags No shoddy
4', are Invited to as*at In the work, '. Alma of this organisation One 01 -
-- -----. lumber' the alma of this organisation Is "eachcauae The ticking; is a beautiful dark fltripe'of the
i THE CONSOLIDATED ARBER SHOP 'A cigar that'sells twice-"X-Senator,"' one' '
win one; a. a thaw offering to the that used $15.00.1 4
the
grade
same as in regular
a The .JacklonvllLlchJnlantry\ ; will upon the celebration of the centenila.1 .
Clark and HI* Corps of Clydo Barber. \bold It. regular .weekly. drill on next of the Christian Church The growth 1 advertised\ felts. The mattress has a French f
r Now at the Phoenix Monday night ,and every member la expected of this church and lie a .lllari.. hu
to be preaent at 1:30: o'clock.The been wonderful In the last 100 peace. and Roll] Edge, the genuine Imperial Finish, and is
; The recent consolidation of the Clyde this auxiliary to the church know. of
terbwr hop! at t*!\ T/et Buy street.,with Clyde for New Line York steamer with Apache 47S.Son clearedtoday feet of more fitting offering than the winning no of warranted not to lump or pack: :

4.t,: W the T.Phottilx Clark. at the n .Eats..11.known Bay atreet.barber by. lumber, ,000 bundle shinnies. 1600 bnrre'erosin. route Blonarles.Mrs., which. meana the winning of mis r Bleep On It SO Nights, and if you're not perfectly -
1.500 ancka clay and LIla package*
?!'i ''anake tho Ph.mix the Inrgeat and beatequipped
satisfied we'll gladly refund
r
tonao-lat 1 pnrlors In the olty it sundries Luella Boweta Younraof this city y Mt jour money.

l; The Phcrnlx will b* handsomely fitted Royal Palm 'Temple. No f, RathboneSI.t.re.will : died at the homo ot her/father. John U. Order one to-day. We take all the risk
lip with the latent modern furniture and meet Monday eveningIn Bower. 121 Winter avenue In Middle .
fixture*, and when completed It will also Castle Hall at 1:10.: All officers and town. Coot? last Saturday In the thirty
be the finest barber shop ;In Uie city The members are earnestly requested to be -fourth pearl of hur age Mrs Youngs .
ft . went to thtt city alx wreka ego to visit $4.50 $4.5O
rJ Consolidation of theaaytwo popular .hop. present.Cho (
-1 will bring together a corps cf the best 'ce fall nultlnis J. Naumburg ant her Lcatle father at Middletown and her eon, Our "La Eq"SpringIs
at
She
Blnrhamton. returnedfrom !
'1l f ,barber the* In management the ally *.a of It the la !the! Phoinlx Intentionof to merchant tailoring, no W. Bay at s the )latter. city on the Thursday

Arthur White. a negro whose homeaddre.e
nlcht and token
prevluua woe skit with
Jive the frlonds and patrons of the two

onrrlldated ahops the very boat oarvlcepowlhle to-day IK not by known' Policeman was arrested Boies on at tholopot the chilis tho end and came gradually, Bealc-ea her grew con worse. Loollo until L.itoe .. Warranted Not to Sag, Rattle, or Squeak for Ten Years

'11 chores. of'in.anity. The la belrtxMA
nerro
: la nurvhed by her fatheand. one ,
W. T Clark. onl of the beet knownsad
moat popul barber: In thla city for examination later, Mrs O. D. Hanlbcrurj\ of Ml I- It contains ninety-four coils of retempered Steel Wire with a very heavy rim wire of the
limited ear and two brothers ,
eon .olwaya be found In pre future. at the Dr Nolan practice ti eye dletown Frank L and '
I A Phcenlx whore hB' will b* ploaned. .to are lope and throat N W. Adams e Herbert A The funeral services were, same high grade. There, are no, cross strands to break or rattle Each coil is securely fastenedat

,4 fell frlenda 'and patrona. new The house framing on Park'atreet for another for handsome]Mr, W, held from. The her Interment father's residence woo In the on W famlly 'ednoadny -- both. top! and b.ottom. with a"patent% clip to..a wire running from end to end which holds

r SUNDAY BAND i CONCJ8BT 3. Wlghthian. has Just been .re tedund. plot at Hlllalde Cemetery. Mrs every coil firmly in position., The patent clip gives us a perfectly smooth top.WIth no sharp
had resided In
"""-- .': the able supervision of Mr. J, B. Younga : Jacksonville for
t lIullo WIll B. 'Rend.red 'at: Photnlx Cox; who baa recently completed .theleautfful nat:. eight years.. ,and has a large circle ends to tear the mattress or bedding.; . '
Park To-Morro.. residence for Mr 'WlghtmanUJolnlng of frlenda here. who .will, Indeed regretto
Ask "La Cover which when used with this
hear of her demise She woe possessed to see our Ezy" Spring Spring gives it

''1 "The unual 'Sunday, ;afternoon' band con: The petition and schedules In bankrupt of a kind and loving diapoaltlon. and the appearance of a regular $l$00 box spring and is more sanitary in this semi-tropical cli- .
frlonds everywhere She will b.
won .
ert. under the direction of Louis Qrunt if'dedleon (
of A. Knowlea a saloon keeper
+' thai will be; given tIt Phunlx' Park. to y ;;/lrl ., were/filed/ In the clerksIRiee : sadly mlaacd. from the store of Mace mate of ours: .
morrow The following( aelectlona will. ;of th.' Unlrd' States Court' to-day: Bros.. Where"' she hod been bookkeeperfor .

be. played ,. ... The amount unneeured clalma.la tlveta@ .the past five years.
4 Merry :American:""..,, "., HMtiZ, and the '.mount to be derlve-l
f :WlnannMW1nnle," from accounts la 1800. No other asset ,.* Did you ever meet the man who wonts

Confidence : hentloned to lend you money and. then expects Rhodes = Futch = Collins

"Ttie Dainty.. Sentry names" ," Lowers draught of and good In Anheuaer bottles.can Busch always beeron back you to toot epend It on Mm and pay him

Rollicking. "Olrf. '" end It at, J W McNulty., better kndwnla
'Franaeka ...' Mnos place, at 105 Bast Bay etre.tMr. Mr.. nerm'.n'Oelrlcha will attempt to FURNITURE COMPANY.
s', ""Idle Houra.Slippery ," McNulty'also1 handXea a drat-class break her huaband will If ahe succeeds .
Day line of liquors. wines and cigars. and she will .probably break name ofhi.

,. "Fantana. -- hi. puce 'Uenjoying a large puron.lte, I. relative\" alno 3O8, 310. 312 31-4 MAIN STREET JACKSONVILLE. .

A Ban Franclaco" woman la suing for Noble Yb"cll\colored woman, waield .
01 divorce because her husband baa a habit In |>00 'Justice Wlllard today They are. now agitating the question of %
'of throwing pancake batter In her face, 1 to an..er the "harca of aceaulting appointing a guardian for Mrs. Aster( ,
31 It I. plainly a caae of assault and battery ,to kill Harry Means; also colored who and nobody has even ao much as auggeated -
,allegre that the woman trle" to cut. a ruardtnn for Henry Lehr e I
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daughter of Revof and MraTalll Uiot ..s one rx-moci-HlIc newspaper' after an-

",1' J ,. . .. East Jacksonville has returned home other boa opened up on the Dumocrtils
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. STRANGE[ STATE'OF .
from a three weeks vlnlt to her friend Governor of the State wrth.. columns of
to r Mile Beaelo Young of Atlanta eF 'I'IO abua written with 'pen' 'dl|'ped In nail
.. sod \ ) wondered if It could le
SOCIETY A. Hill and w lfe. from Hendiraonvllle ( lot tho railroad l eau 1 hut gu dod \W
4iy were guest at the WI.ndlo thla vole of the. DemocrMlo Jacob IheniI itI.
LYJ meek: O I I. no way for the crier to escape th'.
,.. AFFAIRS[ drainage prtpcslton, and la the niittir
? M D. RuiiseU and family of Miami, an now ptan. ti F (Continued from Page Five..) In town and guests of the Wlndl Hole and his frlnide on one altle. the railroad
t'' to-day. : ..XMra i find their frlenda on the other You ray
--. your money and you Ukcs yutir tl olcu
/ Miss Mar Duwklni. Mr. W F. Clark, Clarence. Ellis.and :Mtaa Florence In the meantime. If the ol'l'.lIlI.n| Keep.
and Mice Marlon Clark. ..IIPd'yeater I Fill have returned from New York..Mlsi Present Political Conditions tin. It* present turtles It will hn4'tub
ii .. day. noon on the Imquol tar New York Ellis: wu the guest d irtngthe early aum Fvergledea high ..i..I dry. pit U>vrn irliroward
'j(: err to spend several week. visiting rvlotlv mer of Mica Edith Hubiard'at liearta In tho lilted males Senate,
and friend. In New York and. Brooklyn "euae, near Pou,hkeepalo. io Florida., where. h* .01.ght to be, and create mar
sentiment In fivor rf givemmeut owner
Mlaaea Fannie an*-Nina Andersonof Sister Mary Ann loaves for New Tort ahl" olr..llrondn III 1"1"11111, then woo snot
h Tampa. Fla. who have boon visiting relatlves City tomorrow via Clyde Line.. drtaineit" l of by anv men,
In Virginia for the past six week., --'- A BOOST FOR BROWARD.ALLAN My 0"011111 Inilunce la atxl it that of e
K7i are now visiting their uncle. Mr H. J. Rev J. D. Blocker of Stetson XTnlver the aerate rtllioiil Inwjer. I have one
i Harris. of KM West Grace, street. They ally. who tilled the pulpit of the Baptlat vote, but t expect for thnt vote to In-
will leave lot their home next. Tu.s- Church at Lake City during tile summer. dare th* Oove-nor'a l.oalt'un on the
ti dny I I. back at DeLand, and was accompanied RODO1CR8: SAYS HK WILL Irnlinne qll..lIl, a. wrll n* the posUtlun
by Mr. Frank .rr..o/\. of Mr. W. L, of the DiMtmcrnllo\ part on the name
\ A' rumor from Paris; ;: : which I I. not denied Warren who haa enlereil a* a student at \VIN X. ) ia VICTORY question lie ulrea ly .expreawd al ills pall.

by Mr*. M.r.h.1IIeld'. friend In Btetaon I ALLAN HuCXIEItO. a
that ahe I I. to be mar .
this "country I. --
r rled shortly to Dr. Hillings ot Chicago ContraNor.' Bond specialty. Phone of
Ilia. Present Tndlca Borne of Tibia DAlIFMARKETi
Both parties are very wealthy. and this No 814: JAMES! & PAXON

; will be Mr*. Field's. third nmtrlmntalventure. ---- Figuring In the Oppoaltlon Are Mnk
-taT a latl I 'Haw.Beea Gather !!..*!*.

-. --' .;,;;. Judge .and Mrs. Charles B. Parkhlll arid A bee gathers boner by tbe aid of Inc Broward the! Moat Powerful Polltl- The following/ quo"afons were

their Interesting. children are. again at Its 'trunk," Mower llpf or "tongtw" cut Factor In the Btit. furnished The Mtlropolli today by

horn atTallahassee., which li teed ni nn luetruBient for ex the' brokerage firm of S. P. Holmes
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trading the nectar from flow'en. The To the Editor: of The Metropolis: .
Judge) and M.-'hm.. B. Whllflelil It Is a trang state of political affair 6 Co.: _
tongue1 of a Ina li not a, wee once -
C ? A.RCHIT.eC1i' have not yet. returned from" 'a" delightful now ettallng ,In the State nf Florida. The fWRK
Yrrb'AI1 thought to be tbe roan. a tube through '
l STOCK QUOTATION
summer at Alexander, N C. Ooverimr, a *olf-made man and a natural

,', ., '. which tbe Juice l I. sucked but U built -born Democrat la. being assalloU by WI! iru 'nci( IIM, 'T1IT'
0 Mr. Frank Sam, 'Jr.. and her sinter more after tbe fashion nf I fine broom members of hi.'own purty a* no 'Qovrriuir ___ .____ _. !.
In-law. Mr*. Wilson. of New. Smyrna. With tbli broom the bee bruiliui of any Stain In the Union was '
or Am UugarAtohlun' , . 1381 186) 185 lab
.nf Mr.. BdwardIt
who' have been ." .t. beforeaaaalled by' men. of
probably over
Hopklna on Laura atreet, here sailed lip the honey or honey material from. his own political faith ? . JOIII 104)!+) .108 loa|

by Clyde Lin for New York City, the flower. leaver, ('t<<:., and pnuea U Certainly I nothing! .lIke It ties happened Aural. Copper] ", Ile Joj) lit J 14n.Jt'r

r -- down I groove la the tipper eurtnce of In Florida In th* twenty.flva yean of . . 77'' 78 77 771"i
0 f I Mr I. S. Jones, ot the Jones-ShajlorCompany the tongue to the tuoutli proper From my clllxenshlp hem, and a. I rememberno KHLAN. . . . . .. .7 481 .7 .
'. IbrcK 1,1 .'left this morning on a pleasure < Iemocratl> Uuvernor of any B.lutharn . . . . Int, 1471 147D
y i and buainess,trip to'New York: that point the Jules la conveyedtproligh Std(.. since the Civil War haa been soIiralnage Jtct H. B R. 70TO\ [ J47J
;- \ mlnuto orlflce Into the "flnt: abuaed by members 01 Iii. own p.rt" New York OonPornsylvgnl . I3:! 180 I IBB
," Mr and. MrL niT: Pope are .ontem.. Itomacb"" vnluniljr; called Ibo "bon.., of the I'I'er.l.d' now na, ,,,. .. 1411 141 flOI

have plating cold a their Malt handsome to. San rrandaoo home In dprlng..' and] 11"I TAB Jioiicy big U a. rent diem. the hoe line who trineen those Oovernor who Broward support and In 8t. r.ul . ,.. .Hlt 1781 \Tilt|

told, : leak lnljrotjrj'? where by acme mjiterioua : two primary opiwa contests the present Uoy u. H. Htecl, pr'd.IOB ION| 108 1

i>rcx-e.. wlilcli hn* not ret .\ben error made draining the Fvergladi1: an U. H. Hteel com 4X 4UI 48 4HYOZ ,

Chsunb.a' Mr. V. E, O.teyee'of 132 East Dural explnliiej I by irlcnre the julrri arc lactic. but those who now so bitterly. oproa -
% 'Chnmb.r- Jl )t 1n 7i' street. ha. returned. from an extended. rooreiled. Into. pure hoary: Whoa the him failed at Hie' Urns to accept the NtW : < COTTdl
1 >aoom a summer. vacation lamie1. and are criticising him for tryingto
hM'Ig' '
HI
tm:
' 14 cbrmlcnl protmi of trinnformlnf thenertnr mu uieW'Y;:
1TJSa redeem Ih. pledge* h* 11).01. the people
I n Hts l Mr and Mra Thotnii ; ; ;;:. p, Penham have Into \'l.cl I their guest. Mr E. H. Denham or pleled the bee llseoriea It Into ape of In the contest that -......* Mr. llrow. Jcnunq,10TT;: 10,7f"To,6I 10.:S3
Uonlloelto] art the Democratic nominee for Oov.rnor "lm/llPy. . .1082 1003 1H83 1! 1U61
the cell made for Hie of a receptacle
purpose I supported and voted for him Dlan4t,10.97) 10.OU 10 06{ 1 1.01)1
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., Mr J, T; rXsmuke. o( .St: Augusllne.. 1' or.yonra tlie .mlcrosooplnta' and have Icier regretted. It. but I dldn April ., ..;J..1O.$4' iai-4 JO !84 J>>.74
I. reported quit Ill and theentouuloiUti, bate: bccQitudyInf > take kindly to hi* drainage. avhem. J Slay.. . . ... 10.110 10W: 10.76 lUtH

the Iwea laborotoi-r. but ifs wxirkloga aald then, and I say now. that Ih* money! : Juno. . . ,. 10.51.10.kd' 10,M8 Id.74
Mr: M, C. Dre'Mlldl..n.: a bankpresident to uo .nt In drainage. If put Into a *.
p y : KXb3 1081 1AK1
the -
Y4 x 4,0 tRlMnta Inter- are at prv. *<*nt itnong uneiplained 1.,10.03
large ,
'ri' IS and man of, many
lent of herd surfaced roads. would doa
(irluber, . 1087 111.88 1060 10 4K
eat.. U lathe ell;. good ,nf the Areon. tuyttrrlf ,,
: "\ ...11 ly more "good 1 had mad up my Nm'curbeg,10.h4: 10 81 1047: 10;,47
.
the I
mind Id vole again drainage amend-
: llarara cad 0...... mnt: to constitution/ hut I har never! Ulrcmilr..10.7' $ 'f.7* ,J.4i l4---
}inand 'Mr*. Herbert Anderann. ef A famout rrtrrinnrjatirf('on declare meld, nor have I ever mad up my mind New;; -York; spots, ; 10.19 ';'i4 basis
Ocala will\ arrlv In the clip. tomorrowon Judas lararlot and I
turn
the Clyde hip Algonquin: that knew bent all the dnict lu la or assist In thus eruclflalm betray mrparty of pieuiaefed Itrrri!* T.....rro.r.

creation aa a cure for .1.." ho.... and Hi leader. for trying to redeem a solemn Houslon IfDOO to IT.Olioa. II. 0'
Mr. and Mr. O, Bedell' end Mlaa Be*. mule Horari nbould bnre a few pledge mad to his people hail 1 marl I New Orleans, t0,0110 to II ius /

'Modern: Artistic Home Costing $1,650 ale Gale are paaaemger on the Clyde quart of grace dally from spring until He are told that the railroads lay l'III last year.) Ualr.lan I J :C71
ship arriving, tomorrow.Oreeral claim to all I ha land embraced In I Ilr.i I last year
fall be *. The prevalent notion
aay
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s drainage district that they are npp"se S 1 d Mra: C: I*. torah are at that I.I harmful I I. Idiotic and cruel CtUCAGO QUOTATJ): .
It
Thla bungalow la of IIpanl.1tpIt of .",hllnetur.. From .soar porch you enter. a anal little veatlbul. which bprvlded a to their dralnag and are doing .11 It -- -
1 'with coat closet, and from which 'gueais. may enter. either parlor or dining room hum from. a. aummer aojourn In Northitrollna Oraaa to liorws. It the same as freab their power to handicap the Oovernor lihi Ll't.c-: iiU.: CL3J.7VVUrati
vegetable and fruit toue. Their c'I'U.ID : rITnrta to av. thes* Inmla for 111"paopl .
Th dining; room ha* a. Urge by window and I Ie a large, well-lighted room, connecting with Ih* pantry and I. If the" railroads are *n certain .f
y and bath I I. Dr: N. 11. Phlllle"hla, daughter and | for It pro( e* their need of It Yet do .Ji . . .
't'' kitchen. an admirable arrangement for good .r\lc There are two bed room uf good else room conveniently Their till to these land why they '
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'" .M-In.law. all of OalresNlIle ar* at the Iguorant, unfMllug driver yank them |jeet Io having them drained: and If lhrailroad I 70j 14t
kxatd Aragon. lit'. Phillip I I. an* of the motprominent away from It aa If It wag polaoo Inatpd h.v. .entered .pal It Irs In the MITurn: i iJ :
of modern non|* grouped. on ..... floor, no stairs, to climb and abundaal window apace In the Bt* eMr .
All eke eC1ny."lell\'A. a are phraktane fnotlnn of
of the life firing mejlrl* It ladesigned Stan of Florid to array tune >.a . . ,. u'' Hi 4:1 2
wiltrh'Ineaine. plenty of aunllgftt and rb."lu'L. W Ito. the. proper Interior decoration thla lioua may b* mad the Democratic party tralnat another, : 41a
them )11' . 43 i::J'
M.-r:: and their Maker for 4141} ,
U C. Oxford O* by i ".' "
hat he
have they don sot If irvpeaiortlx
with eaves and sloping geblea.affvrda rby 1' .
d Urge projecting
exterior bring 11I11..1. alga ,
Th
lulu a.very beautiful' one. Mr. I, A. smith of Alabama. slapped When tbrr giiaw ii.. lien of tree* or charged, the railroads hav Until
tY an e...II.nt opportunity lor adding to the attractive facade, by the combination of color that' will nuke"' a at the Wlndla Hotel ywlerday They- eat leave it I I. ''bwntum they crate p:aytd\ for and .... with Ih* .ten great I 1'et .. i. 94-i JlMl > 34 3.

t leasing en-eel: are on their way further .outh.lion fraa and'! riot get It Million of bnah political parties In several maw.*.debauchIng 11.7. . ... Ji, 1141} K31)

b erected for It,..., a* Uemlsed txlowt I.I I IIn lye lrtarat. no wonder Cleat men J'urkJn > .
This bungalow *
the
may ;
+ ole of to genie yearly by
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W, Hunt Harrta, of Key Wt.Dmoerllo grew /co advocate governmriH oanmhlp' of ,road. .' tS.t. is.ry> 13ft IBM
rigging- . .;;.::tVTTT.*...+>i-U _p nttn.tand_' glatlng u.-.a..i III nomln from the Teeolyfourth waytldo which should be ,utlllxed for a* the unly ....... of rurlig. erbtlei Lard; rlat. ,

.i stone work ... ... :. .. .... .---i.. t// 1'tsalering . .: :7.-u.----rr1--! - JhenatoruU _dtairlrt,_, otll.-IIt..w accompanied, our DObIe..httbrulL-belpl...*, dumb mlleague evils. Rut, If the railroad have, entered" ( . " 887 j htt7UJ SS'J $.p3 ,
by Mr. Harris and his | 1". bone. tbu making him polltlnrM J-a>u4- --.ll_ l I._ | u, and thai Jan 7.\1'1\ \ : ) +.F0
Jfrrk t4 , ,, 7p
' Ceaxnt Crpatrll--r----------------It-------------f-f: ::: : :::::: : ::: fl/ Hating work. , .: : : : ::::'.:. ::.::':::::: :: rtrdy Mr. Jov from Y, Porter a* aWn4e4, arrived visit I* IU to*PwYork oily bealtby and, bappy Hummer visitor overamcnl W1. I Is Florid nwnersl thru Ip on. the I T5i lightning iIaT' Iir -. --.

' a.. \ A '."" sad lIther Klr i-I'le They wr who blr bnnr aliould iBiem1 three) .In,. It <'81fe.tn.| t... anal to mae. If Taft 1/.11.l ll,...(:utana. Khat'* tee
Mill .
wgfal.rn-.w---------\ ; ; /1.1I' at Ih Wind*.* Hotel nod left this mornIng fatt au4 (he\ the animal* a tltMw to ins mailer with corking Mia |.*rmnAt urn
Hardware : : . . ... .- . . ;.... 41 Bulld.re proM . .. . .. ......_ IfIN.mbldg / fur their SMM.*- t V vet at tile gage by the roadalde eau ywplaYYplaONAL'ABCIY |4ni at Ih* grounds lit tl>. See' Vetkt
and aaa tllllaa . . .. lit waUUed Ibl4 *..nul tilt (ft: NoaaJ, Iwawet t.Trt .
+, 1oIIw. a.uaau".uwasshias .a 4k1'' Tetal enl deoae'JI..a.ae.l/I/ WJet Mary trv- ttle -1'11;,, t /. .,.-bl", 4 kv deg .

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.I- WEDDINGS MR. BURBRIDGE PROMISES YOun A ATTENTION

OCTOBER
f' No ro'ora .
Sickly Vrvftr. "'fca fimt *y4 sa I* DREW'S

Do not i1 'ay longer in placing orders for 'engraved THE PEOPLE RARE TREAT weak paired aa digestion* ...-*.,w.constipated aa a. result bowls ot tm- For .

invitation i. Our fall samples represent the very and weak kidneys w* knAw that. few

Intent nhapea and forms thai hare been accepted by f doses of tk* HHtera will.. help you won .
ibrfully. Thousands hav found this Argument
rt ned and fashionable society. We do not folloVo I true. Is
the Place
; LEAD in originating artist* effects with nonteriaL Exciting and Interesting Moving Pictures, to to Buy
lfostett
\ Our prices are the Jowe t. Send for sainivloa I : i .s .

I which will be supplied free of' charge. J. P. Be, ,Seen To-Morrow.,

f t K'lEVENS ENGRAVING CO., Wedding Stationery i Stomachfitters School Books &

l lingravers, 47 Whitehall St., Atlanta, Ga.. I Supplies
That the Burcahka All New VCl'l'IftPtctW'e8 rncea In England, which rtve* A perfect.

t are exerting errry point to picture of these/ remarkabl boat race' q I* therefor* the
give Ton but the latest and 'best Alms that ana given .itnuall,. It Is a port C '
," ", ... ..- ,_. ,,- -. _. - ,- -- of moving pictures can be readily apprepenee that has many .admirers In this city. Second : only medicine you Biggest Stock and Biggest'! Bargains
elated when one glances\ .t the excellent the wedding ot Klnt Alphonse o f TMA-H b.*d. to.make you
lint they '-II present to-macmw. The cx- Spain and the Prlnceo IOta of Batten p strong and robust Special Inducements to All PurchasersOld
of securing" the beet does not enter burg. This marrlar 1 I. known to every .
at an. The Instruction of Manager, Bur- cute' nnd this pctvns: elves' fin excellent again. It tone.

IISOCiETV [ bridge I. to the effect that we want our vIew of this crrrmony The thin and oothe tb.dl..U. Books bouIZht sold I '\We have ,books for'ereryandexchangeL
.. ,
theater-goers to have the nioet recent selection feature I. "The Thrilling Irish Drama a .. organs I
of 'suooeeeful moving pictures In In *..v""nteen scenes. and this pIcture and thus curie 1 grade, new or 2d hand. 4
-. the larger citIes and when. they get these uses. 1.TOO feet of flint It I* a play by 1 It- I
II -"'-'-- II he feels they will be satisfied. self and well worth the price of admis ConstipatJonIndigestion'//
Jacksonville, can be proud of the distinction sion. The Edison people prlso this picture

MrONWATTB.V tic ''. yrlck teacher: 0. M- CI.rlc. ot having the only list of moving highly, so It I. one of the most expensle II 4S 4T, 49 WEST' BAY STREET:
qtetitit-r. picture* th.t come South after being In their repertoire. The fire pyspepsialieart
1* Andrees, rice prmlden;
Wof. ... MU\ "
,.. ovanlng at oth, Ar QJktory J. C. tanler.. treasurer) C. H. Pierce, .eretaryi exhibited. first In. New York City. soon I t. Ii.. Insult: eocond, the hold. burn

*.0n.e ana united Mr. 'Yt'J\ lit U. B. Buna, assistant secretaryj The list that the Burbanks Company up third, tho robber' ca\e,.fourth, serv : _
thin city :M.ilngo J. J. Peoples, librarian; A. M. will furntah" to the patrons of tbe may Inc the papers, fifth, sixth seventh and Female/ Ills or -
Grace, Krlec6pil Church, Rev Camp Jpnnlnics, assistant teacher;' 8. F. WHams Kuval Theater, to-morrow, matInee ..ndtll'ht elrhth the chose. : ninth Kathleen Pet atarlaI / /
oflliMthig' u. I -
bell Btryker., of fill ltjr. come here highly recommended homo; tenth tho ftel; eleventh the ab I
press reporter.A ,
slstefl by the rector.. HOT. fl In J th. French of great deal of Interest hoc bra! and nfiong- the. selection will\ be seen the auction; twelfth, Kath'eon: In the robber' Fever and Ague To Main Street Merchants

Kr. $Btryl" vr. formerly and rgo MiniLyon shown during the pant six months, and following: cave thirteenth, the drugired whisky: Try k bottl to-
th* ehuroh at Wsyerons. ., 'relatives every member of the Iub, ha" the lost- The Harvsrd-Cambrldira' Boat Race In faurtsentb. the rescue. ; fifteenth the An 4ft). We are located on jour street, convenient to you ant p.oPs"". te
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a'so h'oo thor n Ji Out-of-town ter at heart, and the outlook Is 'very England; WeddIng of King Alphonso 01 geld; ; tlxtoonth, the village dance, seventeenth offer you all accommodation and courtesy consistent Wa .peottwJlr i'
,tnd friends .t Wsycross. bright for a rapid Increase In membe! Spain and the Princess Moa Of Batten- the wedding.It solicit
guonts were! Mf. H. D. Watts 8r.. cfAmortoua ship It I. the purpose .the club to or- burg: Kathleen Mavourneen. Letters of would not bo an easy mutter to dup. cros* for the Lyon-Watts. wd
father of the groom. !TV.MrsWcUoocl. D.... anlM two working teams and buttons of Which I Speak (sentimental!)t Two llcnte the hove fllma. Beetdee pi'e.eltlpga ,. will be reoumed at the Church ol Accounts of business firms 101"8m.11 accounts _llIGm..
: of AmerloiM, and Mr Blue and red. will be worn by memberasignify to Brave Children (dramatic):. Choosing a flnt-clans program ot pictures, another the Good Shepherd to-morrow at the
Jllllir: of Jnclcll<'ll\'III.., *?lstor of the whlnh tmm they belong to.The oJcet Sorvant (comic)I The Dlnlllusloned Lover number on the billwin bo .appreciated octal hour; 7 a. in11 a. m. and, ( PEOPLES BANK AND 'TRUST COMPANY
groom; Mr. Grow A. Allen, lst man i! Mln M"ry E,'Allrod. of ot Jockonvlllo New spirit, end: at the close ot :renal Modern Houso Furnishing (music); The songs, entitled .."The Dttlo RockIng George P. Raney of Tallahassee, sib ]MAiM TREET...
Mr. ami Mm Hum period of time the tram bringing the Village. Cut-Up comic); The Funny Accordion Chair and Yen". and "Chcyenn" Th 1lustrations was In the city yesterday on 1111II1_
York. and Mien I*> Morris, forraorly otrcycron largest n of mubr oflft offlj offij olargmt (comic)| It s Tome Move (comic); are oald to bo beautiful and buslneMis **.
.
*, bu: now of Jacksonville., Mr. number of new members Into th. The Burglar and the Child (dramatic). attract much attention. Prices for the .- -
Allen of Maoon Is beet man,,and MlnYlritlnla club will be given a banquet or entetalnment Among these there are three extraordinary matinee pro it and K cent fend ft nigh ROM hna returned to the city, -
Lyon hOOd with him. at the expense of the loslnside. .featurea that are seldom seen In the It to (0 cents. Door open for the mat from. an extended visit to friends In the '
!l'btl Vlftu wore many and very beautl. list of. First at 1 o'clock',nnd at night at 7:W West, and Is with the Mine
frlenda In the same moving pictures DoG Bomct"lIle. Dim H. Benivt*, pi*",li..(. .O* rg* H. na.._.*, trashlm.R. .
ful. Miss Lyon baa many The Phllathlne met with the Baraea cornea the )rvara-Cambr'dga boat o'clock. on. Fourth street, Springfield.Mr.
ana W. D. Baraetf, 'iee-PresIduct B. "" ...1_
city to oltor warm congratulations at' this meeting and the two societies. Aoet OuklMkn.

Mr, Walt who ta cashier of Is the no 1'.0pie" lew- arranged to work In closer harmony with leg of Pharmacy, :Mr Parramore Is a with" ride 'of miles! over the 'arid Mr*., If.C.: It_ of taunt J. 0. Ckrietepker Sevaad vie I row- ... MeO.eld, .se.t CsaSies.
Bank on Main street etch other with a view of Increasing the e.Y': : and Fourth street, are expected home
W. frl"ndMiv woman of unusual culture and she and era prairies, where ad far a* c
well known and valued by n to housekeeping Interest of the two .organisations.MACCABEES. .' her interesting sons mak distinct addltlon reach, ,field*. of grain undulate In the shortly from their mummer outing I j
and 'fr" Watt charming will r homo on to the Inner circle f.social life l IJacksonville. passing I1re....... Varying In color from The National Bank'pI Jacksonville
In their own ot ls
green to the ripe wheat. The horlxon can Mr. R. B Cooper, Orlando > aj
the
Kost Sixth street, Wi* ..l't of groom' The Ladles of Mncnbes of the World .b* seen Inevery direction giving a view prominent/ orange shipper! now; visiting j jIn I

to the brtdoWORMUCTCRAWFORD.. In V this city will hold a meeting nut :Mr. John W. SI'n.;;;;;;;; of F..rn'.ndlna. that la vast and very beautiful the city '
,
-: Tuesday nightat. 8 clock at the hall of passed through the city en route to 8t CAPITAL S300.000.00
the Woodmen. of IlieWorid, on ForoythStreet. Augustine. on buslnesa.. Mr. Simmon Ia Mr. arid Mrs. lJa-C. Sloan will soon _fr.' B. L. Dran*. of the firm l1ot'b C. SURPLUS $
The many friend of. Mis Lucy" Worm brothrr-tn-law of Mr* C. 10[. Cooper aol gt> to housekeeping In one of the hand Hunt & Co. has been rI i $500OOO.QO
o 1.7 In thin o'ty' will: read TTlth( I Interact Mlsse Hosier of this city acme new Bird apartments on .West Asa expects to b* out on Honda CORRHSPOlfDBHfCB IMVITIMK
that aho v/t married on Saturday Ins MR. BURBRIDGE ENTERTAINS. Icy street. .;""

to Mr Stewart IJniSsuy Crawford at the The Spaghetti Club was again enter- Mrs Charles F. Hopkins, of St Augua ; Mr. John LaFontlse will leav this; Pays Interest Time Cerf/f/cafes/ / ; of
rorldinca\ of JuJge anO Urn. Rogor A. soloed last night by Mr. James D. Bur tine who returned fro. North Carolina Mr. William T. Appleyard of Lnk City, evening for a trip to TahpaMrs.: La* on Deposit'

I'ro'or. In New Tork City. Mum Worml, brldwe, at hi. flat, on MaIn street The quit 111, I I. sufficiently recovered to be, tip la a student. at C.pR.. 1... Wernta' Fontlst. wilt remain at Clatnesvlll. fora Safely Deposit Boxes to Rent.
apart two.enioo. hero a. tho rUM of occasion was a tnbst enjoyable one and and" with her family about the house.Congreesman school at Annapolis, where h* is preparing eouple ot weeks longer.
Mrs. Mi C. Wiohlnrton and ),:ls* MyrWmnlneton all present. appreciated Mr. Burbrldgehoipltallty. '. to enter the Naval Academy,
.. now )fr.. Dous-l Math Twelve members panic P'rnkark Is not at till .- Mrs. Frank Johnson of Fourth street, .
ew. Mine. Wormloy wa resident MRohmond ( paled. and enjoyed the Italian product Well" and I'.t, his horn. "The Oaks". Mrs M. Fleming McRae who'hns boonseriously boa ,all her guest her brother from the --- -"- -

: a ronowaod beauty and a served In strictly Italian style. A so Oolnesvlll. II 111 at her home on East Man West v -
cultured end ohsrmtns! Blrl. ,The happy roe street Is not only out of nil danger. ,
clot session followed the supper and the : '
t : Mickey//
couple will. reside. In New. York City guests voted the affair a grand loomis. Mr fcdwln ODonaJd'a;: brothers :Messn. but rapidly recovering Notwithstandingher Mr. and Mrs. C. R. of Bt. Augustlne I
.
J lam and Guy Fleming' ef Archer are In very quiet and busy life M... Mc- are registered. at the Traveler Ahead
'CATLE -ROWE: 1. FLORIDA AT CORNER North Georgia where Mr. Sam Fleminga MaO has a large circle of devoted friend, Hotel. or Behind
On WodnOBdny evening at H* o'cloc! recuperating! from a recent Illness. who JjnvfltqrlT grIeved during I hererlousytllnesa. -
i Dr. John at(lord, ot Cocosnut Grove.
rcb. ot Wll . :Mr.-J. T. Hill of Tarpon Springs.,
Cb ; "
at St. John'i Kpsoopal| lecture /
will during this month at C rnent'alv.relty. '
N. C. :Miss Alice WlU."j; |I. at horn. from a Fla., la a .gueet at the Travolers'. Hotel.Mr .
mlngton, : Ithaca N. Y. l>r. GilIlord'sloplols
:
AJnlMIrlho attendants' wm Miss 1.01.Sta.nl.y. Forestry and Ilortlcul vlrtt 10 friend at Live Oak. The friend of Mrs. :M. J. Young lliregret "Whether man is ahead or behind in this world-whether
of thla city, who waa tlrsbrlileiimnld. ." "Tropical. . to hear .he 1* still confined to her D. 'K. Temple. of Atlonta, Ga, I I. k '
nnd entorod....lh Mr. George tur. u.BIRTIIDAT Judg and :Mr. Jam*. B.WhltBeld! and bed from' a. sprained ankle .and other pain recletered at; theTr'elete', Hotel! he is getting'every &\ailabl cash discount or whether' ho it' '

Catlett. brother of tho bride. The otler >. PARTT.Thuradfty nterestlng family, who wore In the city ful bruise sustained In the colll.lon'or : paying credit prices-is simply a 'mabter. of aJittle.judioio'\llll
ware: Mlie Meta JxiOrand .and Mia en rout from Virginia! .have left for Tail the Phoenix cor and freight train. On Mr W. E. Porter; : ;of Atlanta Go., I I. '
brldomiUdnj Mn Tab. ,J. night at her home on Meat lahasse* Blghth street, while returning horn registered at .the Tnav ler.' Hotel for a economy. .

HMwood Boha 'Ibol'll., of Bolelgh. and )Ir.. George OThrmaa Church street. Miss Fanny Mcintyre was Wednesday, noon. bneC .ta,. The man who persistently spends a little leas than be makes
the charming hostess of a very merry )fro and Mrs A. R. Toph and Master _.
\ ...Jr.,of groomamenj Mobile, Ala.; Ml.and a Nanniellumphr MlMJonnle party, the occasion being her. sIxteenth Raymond Toph of Dealt, have left Jacksonville Prof O. J. Oaccla; -will\ give hi* u.unl _geetisurd$ am-,Peae- 1*. and puts it at interest, this bank will know the joys of being '

ya, of JV'cu'iington, D. C.tirlUmmnldii. ., btrthdny. The house was beautifully decorated and are. now at Dowllng Parlor weekly dance at Temperance hall ,Eas I ahead and of hariag some money working for him. '
Itudgion In golden-rod, vines and potted a. short .,.- Jacksonville, Monday eVenfmr at 8:SO. A
Mr. T. MoRee lIntChThfld Theirnitd plants The color scheme. o gold and good orchestra will furnish the music Contractors Bonds a sreclalty: : PhoneNo. . :Why not make up your mind th'1lt you will get into the

Mt. 1'aul 1. Contwo'l... Bue groomi.nwn' Catlett. The white was aJso effectively carried out In Miss Nellie Brow, a recenj visitor ',. and a plceantsvening Is promised all tl. JAMF.I5... PAXON.; class who fan look the future calmly in the face, knowing that *
Xtl
rt honor, Miss Mclntyre costume and the dell acksonvllle. Is now with h.r. ou.ln, Mn, that attend. These dances have become
father.. fcir misfortune
hnr prepared You
of are ordinary
you .
the arm can begin
heIdi enters upon and wee 'Joinil titus refreshments, which were 1IoNed John White, at Tampa.' quit popular ot late and ere. alwaysurgely The Chamber. of Commerce of Ptttslurg any 4
rrof. Warhlnnton Catl tt. hi. bee after musio and gaines.Those attended. estimates that Its millionaires ants wit Ij a dollar and idd to it on any plan you desire.
and
.t tb6-.nltar by the groom of. Ann Arl who enjoyed. Miss :Wolnt,,"'. Mr Frank C. Boy Is ton, of the Atlantic -' neor-mllllonslres spend 120000000 a
mend IX. D L< Alexander reod by therc hospitality were the :Misses Alice Basset, ,Coast LIne Railway I* at Tampa on busi i Miss Edna l-ludnallOf South Jackson ;year In New York.'Well, Mew York has
>.n\ Mloh. The aerv'oe "nl D. O Adololde) Marsden. Pearl :Mclntyre Mil yllIe. daughter. of IIlr. and Mr. Henry to live, doesn't Ut The' Guaranty TrustSavings Co.

tnr. the Rev. Jamea CarmlcHnel.circle of deed Graves Me...... I. I*. Edwards, JHumphreys ness.Mr '-" Hudnall who supplemented. her courseof ...... .
..ZdiZeCtlett\ hne a, Inrgo. ,"M. Morris, D. T.* Vaughn. and 101''.-Charles Moody have as study at DePunlak by a special courseat .. "
r,K tl\ea ,In Vlrftlnli end. who affqualntanceaIn have come B. 1>. Marsden, V. Oustftvlson, Mrs. MoIntyra I lfubl1. .t.-. Moody psrenta, Mr.' and Mrs, Colunlbla..Unlnr.lt,.. Mew York. City, Phoenix Park. Moving Pio- Northeast Corner of Day and Ocean Streets..
thin city nn"iJlh0ll.! and Master Robert :Marsden; E. p. Moody of pcala.Th .' I. teaching In. tha South Jncksomlile turn to-night 8::80. Free ticket
from North Carolina.Mr school, We 4 Per Cent Inttrtst;
Pay on Savings Accounts.
nf the large .
Rnwe la In charge WOMAN QUIDB. handsome Champlaln home on Rlvrsld Issued on cars.tallvd. <
l.lnvllle eelato In Woetern North. Carullnft. I'again M,.. E. .,. ; ;;;;ton : .
The Women's Guild of All Saints avenue open Mrs. A. IX co and Miss MayCoarlimanwbo CAPITAL .. ,i$100,000.XX; (
Church, South "IscknonvlllB. will give adance I Champlaln I and her popular daughterS: were the recipients' of so His Stiff.wliiiir' .
LFJWJs.MOOBJC: In the guild ball; on Thursday evenIng MIsses Annie knd Gertrude Champlain, much social, attention at Boston :Mu.s., riled the brutal husband: -
Jas. W esident. W. M.
a October lltb. Refreshments, 00)1I I having returned from. an .extended, summer are now In New York City, -wjjf-re thjy Spratt, Bostwiok, Jr., V., Prea,'
Toll that old mine
; overcoat of hoa
MlM. Eilhr Lewie. uaughter ol the slating ot Ice cream cake and lemonade trip, .- ? have joined Mrs Coachman. \ gave Ilarlow Barnett, Secretary and Treasurer.
,,1. JllIIprn..ld Ijewli. off Aud. tramp iou gboiild l have !asked me
lute ( will be served. The proceeds will 1 go I -
I let Clark/ county Virginia a blood rel toward a cemVnt walk ;In, front of the Mrs. M. J. Vandergrltft:;; of Newmyrno. Judge and ':Mr."fubtor, Cockrell of first. I hnd plnrcct n bUlI red dollars

stir of (]en. WaJihlnirton and a great church and guild hall. I , "visiting her daughter, :Mrs. Tallahassee, are In New Torte City. In bills In nna' of the pocket ol that ,- -.. . -. .. -
granddaughter, of Nome Park Cu.tl., B, O., 1Ioon.,, at US Newnan street. 0', .
... married to Dr Ale.ande. WllryMnore WOMAlTsQUIttH.Tbe I Th young ladles <>t the Jasper Norm) coat, Blmply ,to bare the money la a

at ChrUt Church. WlncheeterVu The departure of Mra. Henry. LiKngle School have adopted a uniform consist nnre piece until you should want to
., on "'.dn..II. <1..Y' laet. The couple wll youngIsdie. of the Kaet JackapnvHle trol.I I and her two accomplished daughters for log of white shirt wrftsts and blue skirts 1purchnne'game clothes" -"William .THECOMMERCIAL BANK.
C In New york; Presbyterian Church will\ give a :WI... leaves a distinct void In drills the school \ .
.realde Icy .lde next Tuoeday,.evenlng. The car :Jackson, | Their on campus' present henry; Buddnworttiy," replied I the toed
musical
and
-- both tho social most attractive
1AovltwrtatNo FAIR. will leave the corner of Florida avenue he nt?. Women nf unusual Ctur'l a picture wife,. fixing Mn with a judicial ere. .

Tlio AVoman'a Club will agAIn Imve the and tnival at fh streets at of 1 o'clock.: :nWM one :roadened and developed. by travel. and It Is pleasant news to the many frlendi 'you worked tlmt game on me ,two The largest and leading State :Rank In Jacksonville, Is
corner Bay
AdyrrCelng: and D>m n.ll'II.tln. Fair step study In this and foreign countries to of Mrs Parker Bmltb that she Is to spend yean nga. '1 went through the pockets conducted In an old fashioned strictly conservative man i,

which' tlhey Inaucuratod about two yearaano. streets ot they the city.will. traverse Tickets all may the be.mainlines had :know them la a real pleaeure. and to be the Winter in this city wltkher molb.rM. 01 tbnt coat and found wornout glove aer' and I I. subject to regular, sxtmlnntlon by th*.ComptrolUr.
andwhich la eagerly looked" for within, the circle of friendship a boon. Clifton of Bant Monroe iitreoT. M..ru.. -p
from of the ladles for the small alt five cardamom seed lour
any sum voice i tringwilli : cloves ,
delicious\ her her habit
soprano Smith will
to eai' ae one of the Miss I.'Eng'es acquired '
from V
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Wiled to year
_,._. b......'tnnE AVfmtB nf the. fall and of :SS cents. will be greatly missed, and her class of in the Adirondack. of sleeping" In natckcH and a suburbsu time c -
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winter 'leaeon: ,The oommltre In charge J. D. BBLIAII!: :. GOES TO ATLANTA. vocal students feel that they have ..u.laln.d .- the open air. and a part of the upper l'm ihopplng for my dress.tomor-
atarted their work, nnd a moet, In- personal IBM. In her departurerom . tlassa will be prepared for this .purpoan.Mr. .
huve row.
Mr >. D. Bellah who be H ROBINSON Pnsldeiil H. BILLIARD 4lir.
. and novel exhibition 11 bolnj recently resigned the city and hope It may only ,
t>r* tlng for the flOat wick In December 'th.* position of mnnugfir of the J, 1>. emporary. :Mis Carrie L'Kngl! returned t. U Stockton; Is reported out of <,

planned fair I nlwnye hold In (ha ttractlr, Hum Company, ha. accepted the position to Jaokson to resume her duties ss teach danger and his family has 'the oonrralulatlona O.. Eye* Glaat .
a oub Tile: building* which !. .0. well, pelted to as advertising manager for J. M Cr of sight reading and thi theory of of a host of friend who sympuhlsa elf Jolm MaMdevllle nw all sorts 0'1: I
oaa.ioflEgpr.CIAb High Co, of Atlanta and leaves to- music In the public schools of Jackson. ( deeply In hearing ot his serious. IIInes 'queer things and wrote about them |In
_ _ Curb : morrow night te Inks up his,new duties Mr. and :Mrs. Thomas Barnes, formerly *.
1111 celebrated book of travel J'II< llOYiTOENTERTAIN-
MUSIC I. ... High ('0. i Is one of the largest. Mlsa Mannt' 'IVBnglo. and their intereet- lr lrVISITO'RS
dry good establishments In the Bout. log children also reslS* at Jackson.Mr. Mrs.. George O. Holmes and' Master Olaf In 1C80 tlTut the Venclou J obn vliltec .
The matchers and frlhnd. of the Firalrreabytorlnn end It. advertising contracts last ymiexoeetlwd lohnea returned this morning from 4 a certain group of Inlet (flea be called

Churcti will 1 be .l.d to WO.(MO, The wonderful .u...,*.. and Mrs, 1'. C. William*, of Co- month In North Carolina and with Mr.*. thorn) ttMuh was Inhabited by a race
l hum that, the PattI l>r. Sotnti bus of this great establishment Is largely umbla. S. C., who luvv been visiting lolmes' mother, Mrs.. Mays, at Augusta. of one e'eel glnat Of them be myt'In : TO THE CARNIVAL>:
vacation and will .
juet returned from bill due to judicious advertising. Mr. Italian rtends In Jhs city, hav returned to their
onnduot aervlcea both mornlnir and even- accepted the position In preference to ome. / Mr. Frederick Fleming; ';; of Hlbernla. re- one of tbeee ylei ben folk of grate .

mi.;, ..... Ctiarlea Davlea, the aooom- seven. others, which were tendered him turned yesterday from a stay, of .a month tature, a* glante, and they been fcld.. .
,
pllahed Oi1'liiitle abet back, and the Ills' salary will b* within lit of :Mrs. D. U. Fletcher' and the Misses .t ClarKvllla and Mount Airy da.Mr. OUt :for to loke upon jln ibel han but< 'f!
"music on Sunday will be especially iejwited double the salary h* ha. received heretofore Fletcher. are still at the Imperial Hotel '
and. unuauolly fine. and' his friends, while bIb to New York OIt,. Ml.. Louise Fletcher Is and Mr*. T./,V, Porter Miss Besot. on eye, and that U In ye mlddyl oC yirout" Hotel and Boarding House Keepers Requested,
part with him are congratulating him on onnvalescsnt but not yet strong enough Forcer and Mini Eulh Porter arrived .beet lie tiro tell of another one ol
RECEPTION.Ileglnnlng hi' excellent position. MrBellah I. a .to travel evening from a long stay 'In New York the. '')'Iel'' Inhabits by a race ot one to Co-Oporate. '

Monday, tne. Young People'i most oomptnt advertisingman.. and City, where they were. at th* Waldorf egged dnarf*, earn" baring three eye t'
Si u<'llItr of the First Metbodlet Church know. how to fill a star ,with purchasers. Judge William A.flockr. ,Js still enjoy- It 1s a matter of congratulation for her ,
will noM their usual monthly reoaptlona. 11* |I. a tireless worker full of new log his vacation In Virginia. friends her that MIss Porter abandoned Jackionvllle front November Ith 'to but an the other band scores ol preprlstors -
Thl wilt be the lint of the till eeaavn and novel Idea and. a most companionable her plan ot spending the winter In Ne. <* Notklag b.t ...It. 10th. will b* crowded irltn visitors, and : will I glee a special low rate Ion
attendance of all membera Iervjiieeted. gentleman Mr and Mra W, W. Slanton to be thl* great occasion I ,
ant a full : : 'thr.mf.r. York.1/ __ "I my, I'd give anything >. the boarding house and 1101,1. will)
Jreap
will be held turned from two months Th .
., The reoeptlou at a l boa lib Carnival Association! baa stab
trong un< as you are remarked
the, home ot Mra. J. I>. Ilellah. ill Iau 'PERSONAL doSSIR.Mr : die I and western North Carolina,. Eastennessee Mrs. Dlslr Burwell and Wnlr third arrived a rich barve.t. Ilihsd an Information bureau. ana ds-
ra etreet. At thla. meeting It te pur. and In Northern Oeorgla. Mr yesterday. lIes Burwell. with heron the lazy man. "Wut do you While hundUds ot prlyaU. homes\ will. sires hotel keepers and proprietor of .

pi. od t... outline a campaIgn ot work for *. II. T. I.ykes, of Tampa Fin., I* tonton left Immediately for Atlanta to . spent the summer at Sweet, Chalyrata jive on 1"u entertain friend, Sod relative during boarding Douss to furnish al ae In.formation (-
( the winter and oonaUtw other mutton of Visiting tier cousin" M.... 11. L. Gary, at urohas* a 'l/'lIuUtul'/ piece ot property, Springs, Va., and stopped for a tint -NotUIng but fruit," atwered the ; : th* number of peopl;
Intercut to the church and to. tbe'Youu. 1191 Main Columbia, B. C, Mrs. I .lilch h*, aelected. while In ....t.OIl', .I Stsunton. where Miss Marie rmnvull\ 'tber. s he Carnival thousands will be pro. that they can acoontmodat during due .t)
4 J-twplee busty I.kss la :i'r the most prominent wee 'placed as a 1 !Oo't at the Virginia' -Idea with eocommodatlous: In the Carnival and also a. to the rate per
women ot Tampa sijd' a socIal ,leader Mr Tnamlnger: owner of the handsome i>mata Institute, oldest Kpls. "What kind of frultr boarding house and hotel Hundred day am} aleo by the week.
'TUB JOlLY CROWD. among Tier friends. i, nsmlnger flail, corner of Market and opal schools. In, th* country, "The fruit of Industry. wsi the brief will taki room. 1st private .. Yb, aa.ociatioo wiH publieh tll'l. hit -
dams street. I II back from a summer but ilgnldcant!! reply and their m.al. ."- r..tlluraoJ.olt, end .1.0 clrgulale It esieeslvalyaonvllte
jolly) crowd was highly entertained Mra. Florence OeVeaux anJ< her daugh- in the Wet. .. Hon. and )of,.. Francis P Flaming wl.lteturn I. known tar and wide for Its throughout the Mali for the ...n. ,
tail BaturdayThe. b kllaa Adelaide Dixlire.: tar, Mba Halen, will return from Colum- to-morrow front a visit of com hoapiality. and It m.k. no SIfter ccciv.ni000e of thoap ,..bo will corns to ike '.
at her rMldonnt, oil Fifth .tre.t. Tillaorlat bun N..C., on next Wednecday afler an.hoen. Mis. Mary flrownth. attractive daughter -I ength: at Sweet Chalybeate Springs' V*' !doc ..asltt... bow m.nT thcusds attend the rC.rnl..I.. A oIdr... your .n.w.r. to the
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'\part'of an animal' hunt the prisebeing bps MIme Hllasbelh Fleming will| visit friends rival tbsp will all b. eared far and "
.. of several weka.Mr of Rev Paul F Brown. just Subbutw thouicbt you ssld the rot- "C.rtll"1 Aaaoolatioee ally nisisg. the
awardiHl to Mlu Eva Nouney) fur Visit ta Miss several point in ,Alrglula" before .n. advance In 1
'I- -- turned from a very pleasant t hilt mil from the station there will ha 110 the charges. following blsskl ,
finding the moat anlmala They then aUJuurned tage 11'11 a
to the jwrlor. fur aa extendeduiuelna : and Mrs, F.G. Baling, of Dun- Ileesl Young, In Atlanta.Mr turning boinaRev. .&,..nt-II., but 01 niter Mid hoW tar H+++ttI4t+.+.Ott4$. +b++....11 till III I +.++ttItOI4i-i
kIrk N. T. Trav. -
an reglsteradVat,
) prugraia. and finished the evenIng .1....' Hotel.Mr. *. )1', J llowalt. of .St. AugusUn ... Campbell Stryker, of th* the dillon war from the cottage.w .- -
.on the lawn, whore dainty rxfreeh -- and her mother Mrs. FUspatrlok' of Church of th* Oood Rhepherd. In Riverside i < York Bun. CARNIVAL! AsucicuTfotta
nienla wore served 'J". nest meeting ... the for fwday baa r ''lurned from Ms summer vacation
In
C. T. Wlngata, rat Illlllsrd ,F1,. Is Bnerman, T are city a .
will be week. after meat on Haturday, at registered at the Travelers' Hotel. *. Mr. FItzpatrick I. *n rout bomB. spent with wrs. Btryker In NewHampttilr 1 ----... ,I... ._....t. ...u..u'-s ....'. ffaeSeg ,.. Cerelvsi. '
I o'clock at the realdenc of Mlee Eva from a visit ta her daughter at St.Auguitln *. Mr. Stryker. _nt. coupleof
IMooney. All the members of the crowd *. ... day at :Bethlehem N, H., the IUII'' 1'hoenix Park. Moving Piour ... se7 .t" .11. be ".. . peT .ay em !..... pse .......
Mr. I I tewart tx>wts, ef Tallahassee,
are *iwe,.... Uy he. requvet cf the Mr. and Mrs. Walter Coachman. Hoped
of 8:80. free ticket
... 1ft..I| registered. ot the, Tnvelors' MoteL i to-night : JI" .... .. .. ... ..;.. .. .. .
.Id.... Mr. l.onllit Howell.; w.l-knomn! attorney .t..,, en route te this city et Way. i , .. i5..e.,.'I $ .eia.CAdlresa

MEKTIN'O: Of--TUB"- BARACA 1 I :Mr. N. WlilJral.. ( .';of llilllaTd, ru.. U at of thla city, lut. returned '.'from, a . 1. ggned on c&i>_ .. .::.....l... . ....".,... ............ .. ...,.....to....
he Travelera. Hotel. business and. pleasure. trip to Hampton 0
Tbe rrgular .*", I-annuaJ meeting of the: Spring I I
Uraoa Club wae hold last night, In their, I'' :ar.... h. U Parnunore anti her son. :Mr __ Persons whose diet ::1 1$ composed Dr. Armstrong '.+++++++++++1 II1111I11I 1 ++++ t.

club rmiina. at Pret| Hl'll Churoh.: lenry Parramore, formerly of Orlando, Mr. A. 1. Pavls. after an atwMie of of wholesome foodsare
the eliwtlun ot I>m.",,. and to have purcluued the G..r.. .." home on 11:..( seversi month from the city ts again most
inattvre of tmpurtem-e. associated wish the passenger .departmentof free from disease ,. . ..
rO'1 Monroe street, and It lice become ins Par comparatively ..
_ _ There" '.... a large attendance .... cantors home. Mr. Po/nta I>mrramor and the following oilti-ere were 'elected the younger eon has returned to llnltlnrere. and are active mentally andphysically.
calve fur the eaeutna- terra ..,Ne). where ke Is a stv -. - ol Mr. and Mra. Jr 0. flmltn, otuuih X .1TO.If.r..T.t".
Jacksonville.. \ I* al name front her ..

summers trip Nbc Brolths frlepdi will ;I dl. Csi5iulisIh5sPt.; ... Mil
be glad. to know that her health la muck D? PRICE'SEAT 2
New Interest Quarter Commences Ode 1st' Unproved. : :
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Mrs. Augosta P.lJicy and 'her: two ,

4 % PER, ANNUMCompounded charming daughter' of m Nfholaa' are FLAKE CELERYFOOD -,, ..... ). ... -w
Senator
at horn from their."" summer at Ma
r""'''.. Oa. bliss Julia DeLae* will earn SPECIALIST 5. JENNINGS
Quarterly to lbs ally early la Ik.* camping, wek and .

AU started be the guest of Mra. fcduardo Io1lt.d". 'III'. *Vr4. icy life *4.ily" I* Ik* .
account by October 10th draw interest, at her lovely. ham. *ftmf. 9t la* .._ ,,... W. ..-lIM "41-T'ou.v, AT taw,

from October 1st i e U r. and Mr*, N_. Merry arc-..aJtIlit ii wholesome nourishing and: : :=
0 g-e.eeismd idle s-ad .y ii, DyaVC. *>.rj k........1) rNN uS
.home, having relumedram a stay ef Made from the whole .I..t* ..... 5. _...... Pselilvei, '4t
Tha Florida National Bank. (III' weeks at tie !> >de. UthlaBprlng cleanly. ,.5.....t.... lpdrI _............L tha
efOenrsta.MI.eT.dlibNerri1estiU. 'whcarbcrryi hats Ik. ..1, t.mf\H. U... frt tmgflmmt 'Genul'na--Tarnpa-an'a Atlliaugli: $....I..d 0-T---z; ;; ; ; :
way, ""1'111'I&.t the aummer In Nevada d ......
-I"CKaON"'ILLE' i tm ski a..w- M. .... lroitu JuMph y. BmUft ran, comfort $u
.t-saes.ees Tk Pleeide ba.k sad 'Treat Cse.pasp.. with her....01. family Mica' Merry. .*. at I>|UM>|( with ,tiM Ihbugbt that Hoiumuisla
report auinmebtUog. la Ulee gad cauuMry i lOcfntt a p clta&e. j jFw'sal .
j'IU'n ".0.0.. all tie rkiry of him tuttr .luintfred. wu.
reede M ".t.tan., eeuporvd I b, all Or.c.r. j -. II L*,,. ,(. 1-.ec fAKOJITE. .arlDe like Lids

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'\\f )l ii; He Cart, ,,Afford, to Be"v-Generous' ," but There ( ) ,



III Must Be a Limit to His Philanthropy )Jj \ "
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-- Ftate and war were>-- sent to Havana,'began by. attaching ,their 'own Inters, to expel the Spanish! from the continent -I conslderable. 'Against the Jwme'r' maybe hi* responsibility. Th helplessness" of prosperity: such a* had. never been ",.
i : during the heated terra. Any cltlsen, pretatlon! to our ntbtlves and they-have They:\ had been here long enough. onset the satisfaction of having. triumphed the people1 he had saved mad. them his known came to the new iatloru At the. '
4 There Can Be No l of this temperate cone who has never confessed that they hove been Everybody knew.th..&.. end It was only in a righteous cause and wards. They were in no way capable beginning of 'American occupation ,
:: Question.Coiicerniiig chanced to find hlm.elf In Havana during unjust to u* In their I judgment the'' most stupendous arrogance that I against the latter the knowledge that of self government and they were the national treasury was bankrupt and
the early; autumn will understand'how Neither have We deceived ourselves. kept them from realizing It. If we had an Insult to the nation has been wiped frank enough to admit, It It would the national credit was. below estimation.
the Lives and much earnest'Uncle Sam must I The dullest plodder among us doe* hesitated to act promptly we should out. If American participation In Cu- have been cowardly of Uncle Bam to Whettthe' reins of governmentwere
have been In his% resolution to curb, not'credit Urtcle Sam with superhuman have'exposed eurselvee to the censure ban affairs had come to an abrupt end have deserted them lit their extremity.Had put Into the hands of the officers :a-,.
Treasure Cuban "patriotism'" of that especial : generosity. Nor Is he a believer In a of all, civilisation. W. 'did not hesi when peace was declared would hove he done It. all the nations ,of the of the net* republlo there was a o"I
Devoted to the brand. There no evidence that any: prolonged and continuous giving which tate. The ''predl.p08In cause of'our given Uncle Sam a royal opportunityto earth would have pointed the traditional elderable Surplus.' Millions had been
ifs i modern Cuban !InSurrecto, 'II ,going to,I looks for nothing In return: According willingness to go to Cuba was our.sym- assume an especially;brilliant nlm*' finger at him. collected and expended on. public |mprovemeAU -
Cuban Slrn lc "For Lib E by the provisional govern
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--- ,mont but no Indebtedness hall< been In-

erty, but 'the Habit of In , n ,' ,' 1 financial!curred.. Cuba disability had. and enlerged",was from on a. "h"her" .,
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1" >" spectuble commercial footing.. i
Must Not Be I 0 t : h But It Is a prosperity that. has// V:
snrredjpn l. .. .0- '; ; I : *{ brought her more pain than Joy. The

: Permitted to Jeopardize ;: ': : :", . : : ., ,1 been time brought came when Into 'the o much Island money by Americans had. '"'

:; : that they had' greater vested
; rights than the' Cubans.. The j nativecltlsens
American Interests-The : t% .:; ,, S ; began to thJnk.that tt was
"I' \ ;.; 1 time to show" an active opposition to :
;iPlatt'\ Amendment Is a 1 A conquest by' dollars, which bade fair" ,
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I \ to result" In absolute control.1 Hostilityto
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Handy,Weapon of Defense.' .1 : i quarter Americans*, and became the press apparent of the Island la all

: 4' encouraged It 'The average Cuban was .

'TJncle Sam's attitude, toward Cuba r .; : r . ,: convinced being taken that an by those unfair' who adentat.Was stepped. '"
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\I I IV / from the very beginning, of 7 !- : ; In with capital and brains and reaped ,t
__ (J, 'American Interference In the ..t_ /1 !: : ;" a. large harvest There was a good t
fair* of the Island until :
the
: prss : deal said and :written about the native'

(, 'him.benevolence At time worthy, had alone ot,been canonl It would Inspired atlon.have by The made pure re-) .1 : 7 . ,. : : :: } : ; -p'i Idly.being Anti-American robbed A Cuban by i Tank.sentiment senator tricks.' Introduced spread rap-a (

rlseA Cuban xsMendar, of church feetivalu I -' bill to prevent foreigner from hold. .

; would have contained the name .. ,' I Jog title to Cuban land. It'was defeated
"$&1flt Uncle 8am In red letters I > .
showIng
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but took a rood deal of
that the leut'.''..* Indeed. day qf! 0 ,c .. : .; :. :\, ,' AmericanInfluence to kill It 'An at* ', ,.(

_; major Importance. Such a unique example _ ,, : tempt was made to negotiate a treaty \
t' of disinterestedness would have" with England which -han been .. 4
revolutionised modern civilisation.
a severe blow to American commerce.That .
Tet It has been the agreeable habit of I : too met .with defeat. but It required ,f;
: the political apologist* of the period tobaee / .' the united American strength In'
their written and
spoken efforts on '
the I It. The po
_ precisely that hypothesis." From th.lit.tp&lbllo cnt'C took:: \Infinite pains to ,
movement to assist'the Cuban !
S show' Its Independence kitS there was
In their
patriot vtrujrgle with their a. howl of dissent. whenever mention
Spanish oppressor everything that ha. wa. made of any obligation to the
has .
been done been clothed In the highly
becoming garment of friendly" Intervention t United States. ;;
-the kindly charity of the 1w.:: Finally'the'Cubans settled down-to .
strong for the less competent It'wasupon _ -SacS. the belief that they had the Spaniards-! r
: thin Impressive I theory that- I 'whipped before the Americana rams la I "' '
American military occupation of r : their aid and that only General CallxtGarcIa 4 ,
Island and his native troop saved the,
was undertaken and _
54- __.__._o.wqeaw .. -. '- -1 e. .- Americana at San ,Juan The admin
plished. It was In direct harmony S r'T 0 _ _-_ _ S- ..._ _ _ Istratlon was assailed-. \ all sides.President ,,:
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this baslo Idea. that the Platt .. -- b..dQ- $iwe.o. _ -.a- Palms Was accused openly .,
ment was mad an essential feature .o-t )
the new Cuban constitution.-: thi tSI.-_ Sv-p' 1J of being a tool of the American (Influ ,
It Is also the ostensible reason anne >H1* long residence In the Btat ajacoordlng'to r
the contending,factions In the one cJ;hip.polltiraltre-
cannot bo permitted to practice. MOST RECENT'PICTURE. OF THE' WRECK' OP THE .: AINE.be ducers, "has" made Aim' one of" the- : accursed ": "
Irritating ') abit of revolution. It race. It
ask ing.a good deal of a Latin permitted'' to Indulge In hi. old time .to Tolstoi, that should be the pathy for an 'oppressed people. The bus In the presence of the nations. It He didn't do It. Herl1ve up all lde, That Is the Iituatlon'that Uncle Sam] 's
can to give up his Inherited passion trick. or" that the ,Platt amendment I* Christian practice as applied to ;.individual Immediate 'and contributory: cause 'was was a moment when he might have of the halo and established a-military. has been railed upon to faceAmef!*>
for overthrowing the eitabllshed order to be construed .. a, mere literary,ef *! but radical as he Is,, ho has the aggressiveness of those who' had retired from th.'cu. with\ an appearance protectorate. From the first It' was ran Interests In (he Island or's so great ...'I:
but Uncle Sam ha. don' hi. best to not Insisted that It.should be expected Jong regarded- .a* "eml.-tn..de. of tnost admirable virtue, i satis- %, splendid illee.... ,The Americans that It I* morally Jmposulble to retimo' ..
'work a.jefermatloiv in this particular fort.But Isn'f It 'agood 'time to throw.off o.f government- Before It ran be mad lamentably certain' by the sinking' of fled with what ha had, received and went to the Island and began a. system protection and the ,breaking out amispread I
respect and: hole In earnest about It. the( rather"-unnecessary cloak of paternal practicable there must 'be a very considerable that mute witness of Spanish unf je"d- looking for;nothing more to come except : :- of rapid development that. soon put the of the. old hankering for lawlessness "
Hit.i Imperative In his demand that or. perhaps, avuncular, oversight modification In th* liable llness .whlch lies still at the bottom of the gratitude 'and j continued new country on a sound financial basis. have made It necessary. It In ,:
the Cuban shall abandon; this 'pernl"clou ? ,Foreign nations do ,not credit .science :lof diplomacy.. It -would.( In 4t. Havana harbor.! 'I f f, friendship of the people lie had rescued Crude .and Ineffectual Spanish colonial npt so -much a question of what Cubit t;
babtt and Shalt nettle down Into us' with '.sincerity 'In >the 'matter and put the diplomats out of bu.ineau.riot There lie no good reason why we from their tormentor method that had prevall10' 'generations ha cost the United. States as of what )
: a contented and law abiding citizen,, lookfpon\ our'sollcltu"de.IU" hYl>ocrttl"a1. that we are to be denied a measure should fall to'be satisfied with our partIn He.dld not take that view of It. From without any betterment''w.re It will cost her If the lawless' element' :,
And that la the reason why our genial ItMs preJty 'certaIn that the-* Cubans of unselfishness, and a very lIberal the Cuban struggle. The cost In his point of observation It seemed that .abolished and northern way of doingbusiness Is permitted. dominate... ;i'

", and, philanthropic' departments have never, been Impres .by It They measure at that'In: helping' the.Cubans live and ,Jn treasure was'Indeed very the cessation of hostilities, but added to w.re.substituted.! CommercialA I CHANNINg A BAHTODvV '





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'RESTORED ETHODIST, MISSION AT,' ,PEKING. ',',THE :HYENA ,AS A. SHERLOCK, HOLMES. Brander A SPELVlNQ Matthew!: REFORMER.who 1* so prominent _- ,TYPICAL BUSINESS STRUCTURE IN' SAN FRANCISCO.

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Francisco since the great calamity of last spring. .It II a fair example of the
temporary buildings now being constructed' there blanc numbers. On ao- ;
'The cut shows the American Methodist .mission at ,China's capital as It 3., : count of the Increased demand the price of lumber has .rlllnlre.tI", as II tn'dlcated ''1
,appear today. During the lloxcr uprising (he old mission was practically destroyed I by the cost of this structure-14.000. '
and the Chinese governmentwas compelled to restore It."' This it has '. .'. !_, .
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A ROYAL CUP WIN NCR. NOTED: $ILLINOIS DEMOCRAT,
/ Alfonso of Spain has recently been Roger C. Sullivan achieved much of
SOME .EXAMPLES OF YANKEE, INGENUITY. A competing at a clay pigeon match In hi. notoriety on-account of a rather

i t.S-_ _,' the lets of-Wight. A. appears from spirited controversy with William l
.. I : the out, he has succeeded In landing a Hryan. who does not ,approve of ;
political) metb t Various animals have bee II"e or plpy.eS In the search for mining penoas but that be should' resign his position a. .
never' untlll recently ha' a )' been, chosen fop that purpose A great effort an author of reputation.' He ha long
ha been made In Franc. to the body of a missing priest, believed to have been regarded as one of the beet English
I V1*n murderdtt by tramps. :Idatln a' Part newspaper suggetd' that a scholar In America, and the new
\\t I ijI'I rV I 1'''''. keenest of icent all animals be tried,' but. It wa* a falurS'5 L* phonetic movement'I* fertunate In securing *

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rf i The curious chair shown In the rut are patent oRlcs models designed by 4t national' commliteeman for the good
'; two .American lavenlor of the last generation. One of them I I. arranged to S L .u of the cause This Mr. Hulllvaa very'
I,1 blow air Into the fttie of any one pitting In It by mean* of a bellow\ and tb. promptly sad omphailcally decline to
ether Is. filled with a fB by wean of which fllee are kepi from the face. There The cut I* ..pro ueed from a photograph of an Improvised court recently held at a Washington ,county seat prise. $Is(.' iie marriage to an English do. He Is a man ef wealth and Influence -
t!! are en many of the* |..:rullar device la'the patent olflre museum that theawretor The case In progress Is being tried. by a court commissioner$ and Involves the title it a line fence.' It wa more princess the y?ung king ha taken In the politics of his state cod I*
::111i- Intend to offer them at euctlnI convenient lo hear the eeatentkmVoa<< the preralea described and so the court adjourned to the shade of a tree. a'ively$ interest In UrUWIi spoils.r likewise, inclined to be sciresulve.that .

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WELL TO KNOW. new" tystem of spelling. He say*; "Topell Of ..'0' feet a second; In dry. weather lie cultivation require little or no labor. Unction at' their haids and' I I. known she knows howl. ook. In Norway
I well I* the diatIngutsbiogrnark would travel..t no more than 1.100 feel, U I I. much drier thus the famous among them a* .II.u.'n Arthur." a dyKprpUa" I* regarded M ?!(.
_$.aQ\\leL.l1rdd..r.f... death .ha. msnJxr of thai body and voted asmlnstngrl of a. scholar a* much a* good manners through moist air. maguey' plant.lUshop Ixmdon's population doubles In about ural rurloslty,
*ut lakea place at Itunlnaur,- near surfraa-e w4ta the flfteeaibamendment are of a g.ntl"m.n."_ An American, chemist the cut ofMesloo of the ,Church of England forty-live year. but that of the rest 'Hamburg has imniry for lie blind, '
l antun, at the ago of .'tghty-two. war to the c<)e ontlnuously a member of the choir uf by It. average manufacturer furnishes, 'dw.U1 fln *-grade ran be snad* from 'theJulee ever, be deprived of theIr. *oes,-as wa to-nwkittdy-bV-uwo. - _.. _j.: Jilt book' .ii4 a.H'
C,, the parish church for ..n.t, )'8 The HOft. tVllllara.. ptnrkney Whyl4 Harvard niMllcal school |91. as lotabllsh ..- rbarge has been lo rolnlnars I flea number ha been formed to try the experiment Duke of Coonauglit. King Edward pagne tin stork. In the ._.nrh cave A homIng \\t\gr\ .. MaryUDd, who recently bwame. chair of oeumpathDlogy.John I uf strike : A new plant called "malva".* bees. b"t4. ",r.-belollll to th. tils Nation |".1 year" was 100......... the Isle of Mill twp year end to's,
Pulled Mtale ''senaltMT forK third I U. LmIc. ux-aecroisry. of the I A ballet'' hlch" was and by charge discovered In Ih* state tf Blnulo*. Indian of Canada. He I Ie the Under new .law in'Norway every mvnlh ago relumed felts hum eei.'
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with jacket.aaollne.Cleaaa. whether th. collar It b ef*. :roar velvet scat or A Heavy Load to Cany.Alans -----

Ifi f; 1 Feed Your Nerves cloth. Take It \Into the open air,, a* the ; with dvspemla! COBM nervong- Will OPPOSE[ '

fluid il Inflammable If coming Into contact item and general Ill-health. Why Be
i Upon rich pur, nourishing blood 111 with beat or flairs. Rubber plant are cause" a disordered stomach does not per- Don'tPoison
I taking Rood's Barsaparllla, and yon propagated by rooting leaves. notbranche i mlt the food to bepropomrlydlgees'd' ', and Baby.
.. There are two methoda. One Its SMmllated ,
products the
by system. ii'I
Will be free from ,
UHMM spells of .,' I thoa sleepless nl ht. and anxtoo$ bury the atom end In ,wet sand until It com from toll disordered digestion, and SENArOR SAMS '
days,. tbOM ,gloomy, deathlike -feelings takea. root The other and almpler plan ta turn the nerves are not fed on good, I'oRT: : YEARS AGO almost every ,mother thought her child must havo

tboe sudden Start at for an amateur I I. to partly aever a leaf red blood and\ we see symptom' of nervousness 1
mere
I' nothing. but leave attached to the plant and wrap sleeplessness sod: general break PABEQOBIO or. landamun to make it deep. These drags will produce
;; tbo,e,dyspeptic symptoms and blinding the point of attachment With wet IIIO down. It Is not head over physical -

,!:pJ, headaches. Bood'i Bamjtarina bat don Keep (his wet until the root '..... '. exertion' that d workb"or poor; stomach deep and A FEW DROPS TOO MANY will produpe the SLEEP FEOM WHICH "
work. With thin blood the' R Declares ,
tbli tot many ,otNrtIt will cur JOI1.if Then deUuth. leaf and pl""llt In food potting poor R. Ropes nisI
%- soiL Change Into larger pole a. lid body li not protected against the attackof THERE IS NO WAXING. Many are the children who have been killed or
Hood's"tarsaparllla; plant grows Tou have JuiCe In the popular .' germs of grip bronchitis and consump
color, although there may be a tion.! Fortify the body at once with Dr. Candidacy.
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known: *i garsatabe. lOOdoMst 1. wear nothing better than brown or bios rare combination of native medicinal1root --
'- with your complexion and the color of without a particle I of alcoool or of which is a narcotlo product of opium. Druggists are prohibited from Belling
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your have the *had*. of gown too pronounced you dq not, hunt A little medical book authorities of extracts extolling, from prornl-ever*. ; VOLUSIA COUNTY CONTEST either of the narcotics named to children at all, or to anybody without labelling

for that become tlreaome to
youraeifand
; i (thoe who must coo you ,In, them.. Ingredient Medics contained Discovery!In will Dr.be Pierre'sGolden mailed I them "poison." The definition "narcotic" is : "4 medicine which relieves, pain
Thee bright color are beautiful and ocr,
free to any address on request by postal INI41I: DKCbABATIOI BT A DB-
_but the wearer muni be able It card or letter. Address Dr. R. V. Fierce, and produces sleep, lut which in poisonous doses produces stupor,coma,convulsions -
have evral. frock and be able to change Buffalo, N. Y. LAND HEFXBMCAK. 1H

occaalonally, Many years ot active practice convinced i and death. The taste andsmdll medicines containing opium are disguised,
Dr. Pierce the vslns of many nativeroots
DYEING OF OSTRICH PLUMES. as Jtcl and ho went to ; and sold under the of Drops "Cordials "' Soothing etc. You
Dear> Mr*. Oray-I* there a place In th. great expense, both'fn"aime and In money Stand by Brewerd I* Ale Braha names ,, Syrups, .
city where 1 can let oetrlch plume dyedbitch i to perfect his own peculiar, processes for
Thee I have are good ones, an rendering them both efficient I and Pale for ace ,*ckeM, bat:. .,I* Willie,*, <* lacarh ; should not permit any medicine to be given to your children without you or

Would white and prefer light blue having and them aomewhat dyed lolled thn" tonic Th, sltoratlve enormous' and popularity rebuilding: of agents"Golden .* 'Him If feaatcr Same c.. ...- your physician know of what It i is composed. OASTOEIA DOES NOT CONTAIN 5

cleaned It poaalbl Medical Discovery' Is due both to Its ....tI... .....
,"Of A CAROT-FUt.! READER. medicinal scientific: compounding value of Its and Ingredients.to I the arpubllc.tlon The CrrtaU Chart NARCOTICS, if it bears the signature of Chas E Fletcher..

Ostrich plume ihrlnk very much whedyed the R. R. Rope, ot Voluala county who
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name of the inyredlenu : -
10 I would advlee having th* while on the wrapper! of every bottle old, lost a large part of ills fortune '.. the. -
one cleaned! .. It can be done perfect! gives full assurance! of Its non-alcohollo remit of a 4Mnjg} .ult won by Judge : Letters' from Prominent Physicians
, If the people are hot too buay they will character and removes all objection to
end them and hare them dyed or cleano the use of an unknown or secret remedy. laaao tuewart, ii a candidate for the addressed to Chas. H. Fletcher.
or they will give. you an addren of a It Is DOa patent medicine nor a secret State f rjate against Frank Same. the

cleaner. one either I This fact puts t"c.' Democratic nominee. Mr. Rope I* a Dr1.' 3 w. Dlnsdale, of Chicago.' III:, bars: ."I one Tour Castorla and
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0 10--NEWSPAPERS. oilily duct),bearing a* it dors ;; I Republican but. be itandi by OovernoJrowardi IJTt1 advise its use In all families where there are children."
BAM WRANCISCO bottle C.xtri
wrapper The Badge' of Honesty, In icheme.In !
drainage '
Dear Mn. Oray-Waa the Ban Ttaoleoo ..- the full I hot'; of Us Ingredients.The : a moat unique announcement Mr. ,_.. _ _ Dr. Alexander B. Mlntle, ot Cleveland. Ohio, says: ,"I have frequently
Examiner building destroyed by the "GoWon Medical Discovery'enres. Rope declare. hi.. candidacy a* followi TINt i myson prescribed your Castorla and have found it a reliable and pleasant rent. *
earthquake? Did the paper go out of ex Weak stomach. Indigestion, or dyopipetatorpid ". '
liver and biliousness ulceration : edy for children .
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,faience stomach and bow leu and strstarrbsi! affections "To the People of Voluala Count?) valuable
Ch1'Jlcl.were Dr. J. 8.. Alexander, ot Omaha, Nsb., savs: A medicine so and
yes The Examiner Call and what "I hereby ..nnounc.'IJyeelf a cand
all publlahed from Oakland alter may be no affected matter.with It parts Dr.or Plerco's organs date for State. Senator. I am a Republlcan. beneficial for children as your,Castorla deserves. the highest praise,, t

the earttKluake. Pleasant Pellets are the origins! little I do not run a. a Republic had It la use everywhere." ., '

DEPORTATION SCHEME.: liver regulate pills,and first Invigorate put up 40 ,years stomach ago., They liver but people.. of an Voluila independent oountjr, I believe have beeS the Dr. J. A. McClellso, ot Buffalo N Y. says: *I have. frequently prescribed\ ,

and bowvls. Much Imitated but never defraud by unfair election method. A4QetabkPftpsMtOttOrASyour, Castorla for children and alwayg gbt good results. In fact I tile

African ColaDlatl-tor; N groei BelnAdvocated. equaled. Sugar-coated and easy to lots 1 oppose thoie method That I* the sUnQating theTOOddfldRegUIdCaatorls\ for my own children. '
as candy Use to three a dose. only plank In platform. toBoxhs Dowels of
my I.m tag the S : and
friendly toward Senator Bam He ha.treated Dr. J. W. Allen, of St, Louis., M*, says: "I heartily endorse your Castorla. ?

Deportation( tot;;;; aa a aolutloa cf I me kindly and courteously. Th I I have frequently prescribed it In my medical practice, and balsaS ..

the South' race problem prisms old only hung I especially dlallke about always found It to do all that Is calmed for It." In
aa the problem ha*, been revlmd. sod him U hi. being In with Stewart and S '
thin time the movement come from the PASTOR [ELOPES[ hli using hi. Influence to clear Cannon. -:0--: 1>1'. C. H. Qlldden, of Bt Paul, Minn., says "My experience a* a practitioner

L Weat. "I ha>'e noaolutlon for the liquor Promotes COUliton.Cllml with your Castorla las been highly satisfactory, and 1 consider tlan .

Writing from Denlnc. :K M, a man whalgni problem. It I I. too bard for me. AI' nns. excellent remedy for the young.
blmieif .. "D. R. Thomaa.. orgallalng ,though I think a child should b. Onum.Morphlne oorMtaual.
If one hiii. a tendency toward" takln secretary. and organlier," asks the trained up In the .war. he ihould .o, and Dr. H. D. Banner of J>hnadeJphf.. Pa. says: "I have used your Cue
NOT NARCOTIC.
cold ee.nl ly after wanhlns lh. hair a lltt Ignature of Oovernor Heyward and the WITH A GIRL then h. will ole food ar drInk only .. tori&'* a purgative la !the cases of children ror years past with the most

a.u da cologne or some other aplrlt .houl4 member of hi. itaft to a petition to Con. his need require and his appetite will -.- happy effect and folly indorse U aa a safe remedy."
be rubbed Into tk* scalp "ftrr the hairdried. I. frees In .favor ot a achtme which, tlut be trained to obey 'a vIgorous will th. ( '
lined'la a. followr servant at a tender "onulenc.' The ..5a'miD-sdwrms Dr. 3. A. Boarmsn of.Kansas City Mo, lays! "Tour Castorla it a splsn

To removeall_ odor of periplretlon get OOn....* )t. to prepare a home In Africa law of 'the survival of the fltteit' tend . $. Je' dULwmedy' for children, known the world over I use It In my preeUce'I
small quantity of formalin. at the drugi1t'lO exttndtnt (00 mile by 1.000 mil... more oY to diminish the percentage drunkard )
cent' worth will be .enoughend lose, for the x-elave and their off I *. Other influence. tend In 'the op 'and have no! hesitancy In recommending it for the,complaints. ot Infant*

dlnolve one teaapconful In a pIntS .prltl,.. where theyihall have a free am While His Wife Is Dying at polite direction.' The cursed lust for : and children."

water, Apply to the affected, parti coed Incppelld.nt'covemment ot their own, 10\ 'Hold; the fierce struggle for wealththe J
of N. "I
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Dr. J.; Mickey Brooklyn, T0 says; coosid.ryoqtCutorls aaexcellent
,', day end all odor. will be the fnlted Btat. :
< ,mov""' up and protected by Insolence of these who Inherit It ,
RhlelS may aleo be dampened with IU 4 government for ten yeari,-or longer! -t.! Home. the bringIng Into the world of human; ;: : preparation' for children. bolng composed of reliable medicines

bottle of the preparation' corked. should< appropriate money to carry: the movement souls b). thoia unfit for parenthbod. I __ sod.>JNl&nt> to the taste. A'good !Remedy for. all disturb***** c| Ui -.
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be kept on the wmhstand into effect, and separate the two racJ which may b* a worse form of raciaulolde "
Polled"' milk.a* a beaullfler In to be need to a it eatexten t by lending to Africa .11 than that Teddy wrote abouIt I '' digestive organs. .

externally, end la it wnah that makee the the colored people who want to gothoa THE MINISTER'S EXCUSE."SHE the people' of Volmla county were d'&urSiomac1t.Diarrho.a. ..
skin and and Rood here, GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
flne-irralned clear It I. an En* unemployed doing no honest and patriotic there would b* .0
Hah remedy an old ai th phlll and eo elm and ,all the colored convict Outside o\ greftere, no blind llrer. rmsArwulsionsTevirisIt-
I>l.. and h rmlra. that It cannot be popular donation, all expense are to be char**" "I favor g. t4Los OFLUP.qtw Bean the Sigaatnn of -
good road but I> .
oppo* '
." because there. I. a pervereeneeleboub against the i homaetead* of.the colored! CAN'T LIVE, LONO'AND .WE bonding; the ,.,oun'J.r If times wer,
feminine nature that Incline to settlerS and their new colonial' 'govern hard'-and many were out of employment ... ...... ., /L
costly .nd rlal.v txmitlflere.Burseon'i ment WANT TO M RRT..i ,
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might favor It Bond
adhesive nlaater used for Tb. propagnndlit let that "all honor ia.uedflOwIwhen .
wound la also good for softenIng hart them In their effort time are good and labor
ant eltliena" ,aid
: ; high might have to be 'voirn
; paid when tilt
corns, and If applied loon enough a put to have Congr. pass a bill, embodying _
ventlve of Wintered heels, the reiiult of he .feature above outlined, which will !he Parent of the Girt J...Very Indignant demand of the tax gatherer would be ..

wearing low-nut "hhi,. be pr".ent.d'.t the next aeairton.IBND hard to meet"I ?LITUILNI[ 11! :
The woman who bonus of the tort that and Make Pjubllo. the 81 ry. WhlcCreate think Broward honest and capable, Tfie.KfndYouHaveAlwaysBought

alto never ,tone am'tliliit for her. complexIon FOR IT.Thar and I tee ho reason why t should not
Conelderabl of a, Sensation Ir. .
. support hi admlnlitratlon. I though
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need hardly take the trouble to mats
In th cata
thlna-a *
are many (the time
had not com ,
toy draining theBrergladea.
the aMert on. Her face usually doea that
for him.Tie I lotus of the Weaver Planoi that are a City In Maaaachuaett A. 'we hare! atartea at I Iperhopa It wcT0o.vowtApgul.. In Use For Over 30 Years.
worth knowingbefore you purohaaepiano a
we had beto
hnblt nat drinking water so noon amor of any n...... Title catalogue A'dl PI\.I h from St. John:New Brunalik Senator earn through with lo vm eiemuie ......... n ..*....emeev, e_veee lOW.

< rime I ,, morning n* well!I aa obe '! :will ba sent free on application. Aikor o soysl"That Ixiulivlll and appear Naihvlll to believe that _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
I"u.n'l" In , l<_nllU1I 1. On 1n.., ran on< money electedBroward 0
too etrotxfly .omIllPndl'd.. II cleanse. It. lola wife was dying\ of coniumptlon and that moat ot los. land In 0 -
time .rOll reer.ttiit end rleori time/ blood b, WEAVER; ORGAN A PIANO CO., ,and that, she could live only a few' the ..Everglade: will belong to the -
.... Manufacturer*, York, Pa. Loulavllle Naahvllle. : .
1'1.tnll the'f.rnd. .n,1t I. "Jlo..d Ii and It. there -
P. O Miller Co, sole agent 4U daya anyway Is the escuca, given by }I.I
ilcur p....... to travel throuKli. When ought to b. .om. wiy to noake the
tha blood' la pure 'U la Imponalble for th, W .t Bay afreet, Jaokaonvllle. S. avery, a P.byt.l'lan'mlnl.l.r 'of LouisvIlle and Kaihvlll pay for tile

akin in I look muddy 1 Plymouth Mail., for eloping with th. drainage The Senator quoted one who
I'umlce should: never' b* useR on .thl EMETIC, SAVES HOTEL'S: .REPUTE. daughter of the Hon. Jamea Lowell -a intimated that Broward got II per cent At THE FALSTAFF MARKET
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t will uneasy illpurpose Mn. Qeorge L. Kemlnrway a welt, member of the Provincial Lcglrlature."The money paid for dredgeeand ,
without making the tigers rough took llghUra. If I thought .o I would.
aid! .eallouaed. known society. woman of Waterbury elopement place Saturdaydoing try and get Broward impeached We M Mala",.....1. ....* M\
to Hampton, the minister t..
procured
0 Conn, who\ la a rueet at Cite Gr.nlt.lI'y "If Intend
license and ring and took he one to vote for me h>
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BOFTKff t Hoe4t| Short Beaoh near tha (
TO HANDft, has right to
10 the .home of knew a know my views and In.
a olargynuui he for
city, weKlplaylnawltk her thoroughbredbulldog :
tentlona *. to mitten I SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY
Dear Mra. C1re,-WIIt you kIndly mecom.mend a few days .1_. and during the the eeremnny might have toact ,
'on. To those
snub, treatment that will whiten who da nOt Intend
'This ckrermatj-fiad heard of the former
frolic .h. loat a aolltalr diamond ring
and, eoftitn my bands I ipent the eummer valued at 1200. A learoh-of the prem mn"I... of Mr. Bavery, and waa to ,vote tor me' I hare only to lay, 'It ia Fancy FhlUdelpbla" Turkeys, Roattlng Chlokena. Fowls) Broilers -
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fit the ,.o *hore and my nanda ere. uiplcloua. He refuted to perform the none your bualnen who I am, what
tore falling to'rvSsl the milling gem I what Intend Dom dressed beet and pork,
tanned and roiifli, JEANNETTE.The : John Speh the hotel proprietor, declared ceremony, and notified the gina father am or to do. I am nol
following paate. will both aofti-n anil hat the doc had awallowed It. Mr.. by telephone.Th . frlanda.a conciliator I do not aeek. to ", .It.
"'h't..1the handnand hen been seed wltlhaxc father and Sheriff Freese'hurried Bom folk love me for tb*
Idea
hemIngway laughed .t the but WM. *
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Dunce; honey, four ounces; yellow wa*, ed, ottering to pay' a round punt for the broke down! and oone....... that only lovable thIng about me"
two ouncea; roae walr atx ounces, glyrerlne. animal, rather than have lie caravan b'. flrat wife wa* living.
half ounce. Melt the wax In a city meet under auiplclon lira. Htmnaway "But ah* 1 I. dying.'! he declared. "Bhcan't T* DHve Hil Mllarta sad hang C. ... .
d"Uble'boll.r.. While hot add the myrrh refuaedt live very long and we want to get iyst.pa'Take 1----- -- '- -' _-i 1'.

heat thoroughly. then Mir In the hone.; "We then" ..loIlpeh. "mak th* pup married' right away." ths Old standard olcova'g 'rAsTaLiso Dread reaches the .8oft'spot
' and roue water Adit the .glycerine Hello I cough up." And ha lent for a phyitolan 8avery returned. to St. John that nigh CHILL. The TONIC.formula Ton la know. what you are eat.meg. '
by little to make a paste Spread on the and the next day preached In of the MJnlr prmu4 .* acm-i heart .beoa\se. !I.
Wtien' the doctor arrived ha found one hocus ihawlog It U limply Quinine awl Ices of your THINKING
handa and wear a fair of loose. .(loves. IIpeb Handing gourd over tile'dog, whlcwe "local churche That arouied the Indlg iii a teeteleee feet,,, The Quheia I drl: out ,t.o ABOUT I"
nation! of the girl'. and rather malaria and ... iron bulliu 'up the systeiS, to the well S ,
lirRCltWtttDTNGaDiem promptly givecin emetic. The re parent Sold br all doctors. tar n......... Prim se pleasure palate as
be desIred han let the people be deceived sea's
cult wee all that could and
l&rg:*ttr y-Would It be fmprop he missing: ring was recovered. hey mad public the whole itory. Wbliky I fa Mid to be poleon to,the bolt as' strength giving and hun. t& THE ENGAGEMENT'RING. .

e for ire to attend a church wadding with WIFE EXPECTED, TO DIB. ,....vl... It probably give him a cottony :
But an InvlrVlon t If the I couple are si.Quitnisne.i I Men Feat sixty I* Dang. Plymouth Dot. l-4. 8. BaveryI taste In the mouth thus morning after ger satisfying. Try it.
of mine, but not iiitlmst.tyeauugh -
More than. half of mankind over ilxty lIh... -
,
for nit to.expect Invitation well known( being the eon of
an "WILL. I year of age uffer from kidney and the late Benjamin 8 very. Ills moth They ars-threahlng, oat th.' question ....
bladder disorders usually enlargementef realde In this city and does not.believe III eloping laloona at night" In Oakland. Puclcha&er'sBread -
There la no abaolute Impropriety In at prostate gland. This la both painful and' paradoxical .* It .
may the
here Ii any truth .In the ..r..porl'.bouth.r Mem. Ask your ,belt fellow te give us
lending a church wedding to which you and dangeroui, and Fol.,'. Kidney eon' tnladolng.Savery'i eider of the "closing"fiction I I. namaaDIAMOND ,
havenot been Invited. As a rule, alma Cur should b* takan .,. th. flrat ilgnf Bat'eu. limply' sleek before.he buys, "Tblf "'tll'erl.
who Nova
wife Sooth
It I. dnrired to exclude all except thorn danger, a* It correct Irregularitiesdlieaae girL[ Hvea. with) hla mother was a,, but abs I. I 5 ? ... us a chance to Stow him ow BolItalr -
who have received Invltatlona, a amalcanl and lose oared many old nose 01 tills Diamond.inounied, ,;
ylng almoet at the point of death, and or loo**
li _ _ _
Hill wltb the Invitation bearing Mr. Rodney Burnett, Rook
the word ".'1.... present thIs card at the Port, MO., write: "I suffered with enlarged I. expected to. die it almoet any lime. f. rineat' quality Imported Loweat price. ,
Church" Unleea such la the cat any aoqualnlunr proatat gland and kidney trout HIs folk lay that Savery la on hi. way ......:!1:111"" I Conservative buying, paying ipot MIll
'Oa
hems from St. John,, and la supposed to : I.
*. of the contracting pities may ble for years and after taking two bottle ..fI': 1..t'g .5. and getting discount Ii bow we -
pf Oat''... to to the thumb though'' g000 of Foley'a Kidney Cure: I feel bet. be In liangor.HI > :,{. ; .
wife. condition li paId to be the worked It .. to th
Bracelets II give greateiCposalbl
le.tewuuid dictate not going, ;
lao than I have for twenty yeara although f: ,. :: .... ; t'iii.. ,11 -
"A I am now tl years old." For aua of his return home, He was at >or; -t'+ value

QU BUt t s:. ANBWKRKD. ala by all dealers, a bom six week'ago> and had new.paper fW- ', a
clippings ihowlng the work that ha waangaged (
45 t em going to Dive a birthday party a -

) Stag iiffalr and intend, to Invite abon: HOARST-H ..011'1'1:1TO: BRISBANE.: .that tb. In people In New.there. Brunswick wanted him and to paid remain DIAMOND ; I I I _ ______
Iwnnly yuung im-n. How shall antertalithemf '
Arthur Brtnban' Mr" Hearsts brilliant with them a year. lie only went
"hull
Whet I have to eat. la ItItmeaenry I
to h'v" a alter and would It editor ha. been receiving a salary of tl1 New Brunswick .In the flrat place Brooches

fee. all eight to offer clgnr.. W 000 par month, and a. editor b* talks about five' or six montha ago.Bavery '
1NQUIRITTVE.If directly. to more pec<>U than any eMber I. auppoaed here to be on good .end '.. your Kodak Fin.lining. .

you are to have twnty young men editor III th. world ever spoke. to dally erma with bAa wife, from whom he never W. eaa. 45 IbIs better Ii'
\\e understand that Mr. Brisbane. wee divorced. and with whom he had noquarrel. lubber! and than
cheaper
attend early I foreaee a Jolly coot yes
your .. .,. _
Ha I I. M year of age and a naive DIAMOND .
time and there will be a devouring .'.1h who I I. now, considerable of a capitalist eats youreelf. Our faollltlea
pio''h food After you have received your desire to modes from hi. vacation 01 ( of Plymouth.He admit DA competition la quality .
aueeli. ap., Mielr tongratuUtlona. Julio ipoalng tb* wlckedn of wealth, but itudled for the ministry at Eat or prtoe .
,ItiMn,Jn punt den. If you nave one, where that Mr. llearsi haa plunged him etlll Greenwich.Conn.. H. was never settled We' carry. taU lisa at- .
you can have sonic masOn sad singing.han. deeper In th* Inlaulllel of rlehoea by bars and never preached In tM vicinity. JewelryNew man Ooods. All th* latest
your .oIysre handy trout thu ei.rt making. i contract'with him for a term and I I. not known to. have had any steady thing from th. Kodak- Clt.)>. B lad 13 Main and 339 West Bay,JlrttU.

fiif thoa who tndtil,ef then after the of flv. }.**ra ,at an, annual. salary ol raployment Before going to BaitGreenwich -
niuilo sleet/ a III....,. of eeremonlea who 1109 0900, .he worked at varloui thlnrt '!..I'II'tn bandsome *xolualv
. This will II... Uearat te iriongother* being employed In" a ahoeho MOORE BROS. ---- - ----S
.UI call on each person prevent to tell 5 permit give :
ft. He la of prepoieeeilng appearanceaci pattern that' will appeal to th* tact HAVE MARKET
storY. .11,. a sung or dance Insist that his attention to the business and ot his Y'OU TRIED KING'S ;
everybody prevent do eutnetblnv NU enterprise, which ans> now b* profitably laot known to have been In any of the moat particular.t Isew.s.rst. "

anil dun wait ton long, '.1'\'. your refreehmenti. advertised only by Us* ef a national roubl before. a for Florida ind Wtitttn Mull, Vegetables, Fruits, Poultry ,
. Of ""uroe. 1 dq not know tWig political party.Jiwit -
*_ ......_.. and f".lam, la 5eiOft. Phone 219. 205 Brldgi St.
mui'li roam, you have but I Ihould nut. mlulonarle ar* In'Wall .....t a
gent that you have the eupper In .the den., to iseutnatla.! the belief that, b* la a A, prominent merchant of Shongo, n.T. .
.or where you entertain, the bora. Uy nohiean _.c. to value Tby are awing that 'J. A. Johnson *ays; 'Baveral ,ea..
have a waller. Tour contraiee will 'ha Meant mists haw. US.OUO.OOO to lai.. ago I contracted a cough which grew '
.5 be only too willing to help, themeelvea and 000.... luveeted la .oorporatloa itocki and wors sod worae .ntll I waa hardly ). E';. .J.JEWELlER.o6'spa DRAVCHON'COLLEGES t tas
.erv. other The tuod ehoiild' be eubetan bond able to move amount' 1 oougbed constantly .

Halt. thicken salad, aatidwMiee, cake, and nothing relieved MY tar.rlbl .
.. tlnlahlna bUrk coffee' suffering until I tried Dr. Klag .
with and
IP
oreem.
Phoenix P&rlr foTiq' Pio. New Discovery. Before 1 bad taken Cola- I. 11 ..leiee| |aqooOQOO PAtS..dOOPTHIOHTICD ie4and.ree Ivan quit H". grown men, you know, weso' gashsac s
.. ... Haa., c.s.ltsti, ..f. blUb turn tonight 8t30. ) half bottle sough much bet
'resUcketsIu a my -" -- n.1>. a. v .. CQ'M"O il'MMBK' ('UJtutN8, d on oun. ler and la a abort.time I was entirely 1.1.1'. sad Tale. a reneeent a literary e..... ... We also _i.sc seat nanneeila&y: er ref and
Dear Mr. (1rayMy cotton summer eur.Iain cured. I aurely believe It saved usylife. The Great Headache Cure, TWea isstitha' ialractu nadeeeur (JkUtlaaauey..\ Write (or ik.. euaUu* eSU..,. 4',
It will alway be my family remedy '
have become enllM, and I would thu A New Test Ma. who Invented new for eelds." Fully guaranteed: tie F-f- AddriseJ f. IMMMI >neat either plies r i

to know a good method to une In ..leaaIng aploalv. wag'' kited by lila ewe In renIon. and |l... at all druggists. Trial.battle iromoPepsinNervousness Jashsswellls5 A POSITION i Asian..; Oe,

(hunt. AUMURKMH, ( Of couree, b* wont b* alive to en- fr**. e II w. Say' It0 faMolWeoioBth. 1 I I I iS.atsweevy5 Ale. I IReiiaisu.
Waeh then ta soda, made by cutting uo oy the royalllaa, but b* at leut proved btasIstfle
whit oap In plenty of hot ..water adding Sat It worked.. If that International balloon' race bad aS_ ISis. Wand' Pes.5 QdUQdU. T'ac-J yr4r1i4I
fur: 4 lubfiil a item' uf paraffin half .5 been started at Mobil or Feneaonla .laatweek
Urge *. your sloe ahaved sue, (ther would have been some record -- ,
Dtld.tcl1e.lndJgcs
4 Xlnee wrltiaout attain all when thee. water they ,are hang waahed where rieaa they broken.' CURES Insomnia oa. ..'t.S+b'I444+444441'...444H4++.+.++44.444'fl S

will dry quickly and Iron -while ,damn. .; >: ** .* PrvwatSe --

Tiitt'sPilk la worth a peuad ol curs There are On the Bpote j : Better Start "That Savings Acc't" jj
HINT! KOH\ CUCANINClIVer -
ma.ly poet eu Set era, Consumptive wh* We ,Are Able to Handle
Mr*. ,Qrar-.WIII the long light. are hopaleaa of getting weiiwbs. U No Oplttet. Absolutely (Unless\
"
cna.1. b* were till wHiter I have one key bad takea car themselves.weuld Not what you gtt, but what you lioLI-easeiIife'.burdeu

..."'rlt la culled em the collar by .aty hair, Aft**Mtaag, ,*.- ..*el a bOUe>.babNwIM now b* welt If conga I* the lost, as. aMI .6 o. al!) carriage repairing! that cone cut when you tn--old."
What sew t'ue* t* take It oat. aa I daa4 dariv* rre.t beewftl by taktaa CMettaewpUU. louBdatloa of Ceneumpuon. Baiter'. ,
wish to let a sew, unit How da yel . IIbav* less Morabouad Bxrap will ours that cougarUra ,OresSat.*-b. .*!*.** 1 111 MUM w aye)ble because we bv Lie "pleat"M W bat are you going to lo when you are oldf t Rest orrirorkf -

, sit a rubber plant? What are the 5._ areal Fails. Moat,. wviia.I .: c.. aq sul & ... .. abs akIILr' Bealdea.....'.. willing -- _____ If
p "hradlnt Solon* I I.. dreaaea CllII. ..IIIIH! I DRINKING TOO MUCH, bav ..*.. Ballard Hereoeondyr a"4 energetic. ..Id.., we chargeairly. '--- 'i,__ '

h.... a brews nit ..d a blue pony Jacket.aly . Uey ... fnmnlg relkv lbs ...*.., .p In say family. far year*-. my eeUdrea W. would thank jrou for a IfUl We pay 4. ,per cent intMrai compounded quarterly. ,
ompi.tte l a I Is dark sat I hams dark aever suffer with ......M.* V44 ay -
I
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tiilr and steel What rotor In hat or SICK HEAOAQIC: ....-. Clark. Mala, and. ITerayth. ', ftL order CITIZENS' BANK OF

tree*** would b* meet becomlne- m.' a.ili r< iii e t............."..*.< j JACKSONVILLE,
J. $'K. taw iffeihe sad raaaove toay lech loss D. Rarkefeller bn not: beeej te hotI'-oJ.\e '

I.MNI _t* wtU. b* w.m, but the prefer.W 'I btfa, 1-toiaMly MS ar,..*-.... church la Ckevelaail. la. tnree, week. ted I 5la.wesu SMITH & NEIL [Bridge Street se Cor, Bay Streettz'VimQ'
e5cs msnua be glvett to tb* riled Mp I Take No Substitute. r the seas, wile take UB the coUecUoa. Itworrted I I,e. seas La 1Ier Ja.aen.":bp .... "' ..,. "

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IT ILLUSTRATED THE GENTLE NA GILLEN'O

-.'... '- ,. : TURE OF 'ROBERT E LEE.
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JENNINGS or ' I Stow he C_l, Calm ('.._... ,
.I.... a Itadlr, Rattled Ceurler. m551' "' """ '
RJR. ciosa Our'sale of these Lots the
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The er..rl'> Kladly Th..eh
i' BRYAN .' ',, . ", ?" :" <:'" ._ __ Imttt: ......... !......<...... .
r, ,. ", t 1 r ._._. ast week while not being phe-.
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I WEAR A Not long before tbe close of tbe civilwar I f
<<, when General Robert E!. Lee bad ', :' '
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1 ,- '-.f.[ ,: HAT? I I.f. his headquarters near Petersburg, a .' : : STETSON '
: young man was sent to him with a '
,V .message from his son. General William S. A. L. e ", considering the time of year,
'
I. H. F. Lee1 whose cavalry commandwaa

then stationed at G., about forty . .- md'shows that such a proposition
couldn't better miles distant. Tbe wa' 'MO IP .
He certainly get a one. i message a verbal . "
: one to the effect that the son would : : t as we offering is.appreciated '
are
It is t the height of Hat'perfec'tion.. Join the father wlth-bli'eutlre t cavalrytbe i 1 ; :1", t : .,. : ,
aext morning .by 9-o'clock at- BOo 'a
,
home where
Our fall line is complete. W.e" have a wants creel; a'point'below Petersburg .. (1 at it is'I Yu

!"l on the Weldon! railroad. Tbe ,young > '
.long -middle life tells ,." & ; ,est known.
Hat for every head, man, now past .
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the story himself: : : w '. : We have J J19 Lots left and
IlU 0fJ I' was llttle'.more, than, at boy the ;
youngest and last appointed 'on the
,
staff *f our gallant ,commander and In ''D t 5, lave decided to 'continue the

addition to'the novelty ef It then were ...
s two other"nuosu' which1 made', the z ' 1 ;ale another week at same old''' ;

night's rIde,the ,motlt.exc "'.experl-,

., was sues njy I had Idol,.ever and I knownGeaeral had never: seen ,him Lee,, ..M r.,' : cJ" I' : ,. .;rice:) and same terms: Ten per
.
.: .t'. \ '> ." q
.: iI .1 .
I had to ride fast, and when at last "' '
(JtP : :ent cash balance in monthly
I left: myodrippingbores J :at* General ', ( c-, ,
tc '. door and was i a.bem'latei his 4- : ' '

; presence .t' was.almost;overcome with .. payments. If you have put f it ''a,};

fatigue and'heat, though too excited to b
. ,--------....-...--- off
realls. It. General Lee oat at a table ; 'until now without securing
:;zt rAvC
over some midnight work. He stopped i1A ""G"'W"'i A'TRII.T! CAp ; ?
It cot beyond control whlcb I 1. said to 'moment and to D' '
writing fofa rose receive i of these' lots
WOODEN RAILROADS than ;: :)ne see us at once "
a; bare happened rather frequently. Tb me. while r saluted, more ,

driven generally owned the' horaeg. realising my boyhood' !Ideal Ini I the
md will be shows M\
THE FIRST. CRUDE' METHODS 'USED often< of a ml.Prlble'deBC11ptlon, and commanding presence la which I stood I we pleased to :
: '
war paid by th* triP'or "gait"-Ball- It last Almost faint, *s I said I forget i -6 r+ C6L r BL..CCAE: K ROAD '

IN'GREAT-BRITAIN. rood Gazette myself and' my errand and seemed to i11ItNIIII t them and answer, any questions. -,

see' the .obJect of my admiration ) ;

Track Woe Ur. .lr 't..t FlMark ..kAt ait HMO aha Water.i through a' sort .f mist, like a dim picture . :- \ .. .. .q, .,. ': :"
M..... .( '!...-Th. Taaw.IJ looking out of1 a dark canvas. $ ( ,
It I* .IDloet'a.thlallabl., that a bird .
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wuToward_ the $.d dt ahoold. build toast on tOo water. Tot lIuddenI1:1.bec.me' 'Conscious! ,that 'i" ". : ; .:: I.II ) Survey was completed I this ,

th feat.*arr, that II u'ctli"l1t tile grebes always General Lee waa asking m* my errand.,, t f .

a do. With reeds, sand plant stems 1 "1 bare been sent by your son, Gee A A r 0 R rs week '
It m. 1 J connecting shell road.
to lot known with our
any certainty "
the grebe make. a regular floating laland. eral William II. F. L** I began ne-
.,iwha the first pair of p.rallel.meta ., MRMwhat hllwd *a top chenlcally"to"tell: you that h* will t.? "

,. wheled traffic w**laid dawn In nanally near the opo. water sot of a meet you with bis cavalry 'tomorrow : 'y ", rVNOLD& If with Orange Park road at S t. aa

Oreat Britain -whether It was of marshy er reedy lake. .TV. bar se,- morning Uy'0 o'clock at"And then i
J wood or of (ton*. Perhaps the former Johns This should
h\o\ avenue.
oral kiwis of grebes, but their nest plld.. __ ,
If th* voro probable, tb. .*terll b.fsuad'everywhere .- will be meet mraaked '
are ."\JOb aJlke, sometimes moored .to "At wbat point :: W' 'i'iI
'
ing and lit long '
the feeds, bat nanally floating freelya General Lee. > ncrease the value of these Lots

i skips balag much more snggeatlv of the waterBt Nicholas.. It wee a simple question, bat the .

Straw for inch a purpose than too*. cold sweat started out on my band Q. en cent. Will be cbn-

Bat oo loaf .* each nelfhborhood produced I Tb: ........ and lurea He asked It' and thingsgrew I ti per you ", '

everything It wanted inch things "What la acbooir"It dimmer than ever .. n.M 'I'
a Botching t 0 inced.of good thing '
were Mt needed. At last the dsatrnctlea laid a
Is a place: when girl who ban "I have forgotten general, I aa
of dabs Bear.Lida mad tile any Ilngerlag respect for tbelr'pareat soon"as I could get my voice. It seemed : .loco t."I G-.I L'L' ELI
*.*. of coal Indispensable. This could ; ,. : _
go to hats It lime. ed."-Ufe. to come from a hollow cinder my ' \ '(( '
..11'be conveyed by ins. and on* *fthe feet somewhere, ; : :
THE PEOPLE OF PARIS. '
: few plans when It oe.ld be get looked at hi : .. ..
General Lee me sur '
rich too. lUalted ."11.._ and aklllM Their float ....._t. !. ......1.. 'prise. Tben,. ,-as It to relieve my' em- : : :lorida Grove ka

'} t the*. day woo tb* Taller of the
Syaa! Just abere,! art heJew,Newcastle I know the men of the people In Parla tent "Can't you thlnkY" h* said, aa I -

}' JLhovt N*) rart ago a coaaldnabl too well not to know that their first remained silent I tried to go over the' --

trad hi toil tot shipment began there, movements la times of revolution are place la tbe country around. I could VI

rhlck oo_ led to alCaeultlsd a* to got.i usually generous,, and that they are not think of, one 'The general stood Realty Company,

t a., It rtile abase tat tb* boats. best pleased to spend till days Immediately stlll again T>efor* me, trying to think r'

,:The ........ was mill, bet tile art following their triumph In himself.., ._:
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a .f r**.aaklag' bd'dld Mt a ad la boasting of their victory, laying down "Wa It Ream's Btatlonr" h* asked. ,.4I..f'O. r /, W. HDD Sec'y and Treas

bad weather pack barns could not the law and playing' at being great "No,'general,' it wasn't that," I said '

'any *a agh to reader their ni* profitable men. During that time It generally beginning to take a Ilttlo courage. LOOK A I II n"::': 'IF.A""' Phone 2511. Blum Building, ':
.. ,torn uat.... baef actor to bla happens that other .. \
of
government
Sfme "Or Hatcher's war ... .. .........Il'l< _....awvAtBey"ROBBINGA J
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spades ft last laid down two parallel la set np the police return to their "No, general _

II.. of timber..for carti t. run 'on. pats and the.judge to his bench, and "Was, It.HOM.creek?' ...., ,. -. -.-..-. .-- -- ,
t Probably they 1I'.rmerol1 tout when at last our great men consent to "No,'sic." "'T.waa as blank as ever, BANK ntual. 'I' : 'orcj, several w.ullt.b,1\ b

J :plat at Brat but the sinking at,tb* step down to the better known and "Maybe .It Rowantacreek. :," h* : ) ((3AFE "That's my e;ld of It.' replied) tbe PRESCRIPTION PROMPTNESSI

jelnts weald soon suggest that ether, soon .ulrf ground of petty and malicious ventured ik'Slft ifter r* pause. I drew "'\ cracksman:' 'Youjii&l let,.we handle '

t planka' should to placed under them human passions they are, no a long breath the mist faded from my THE EXPERIENCE: OP AN OLD TIME those little details, Every man to his cannot/imprpss too often or W, strongly, the.fact

lbs struetor thou bocomlni talrlyot- longer able to do so and are reducedto eye*.. EXPERT CRACKSMAN. trade Tbey don't make 'em so strong of my perfect Handling of Prescriptions by Graduate ';

Bclent Wben fanga,. either on th* lire simply llk. honest men. Besides "Tcs, general," I "lid "If was Ro- that I can't get Into 'em.' Pharmacists in'private ]laboratory from distracting J

rheeli of the rails, were tint Invented we bare spent so many yean 16 wants crock" and waited to be dismissed "Then all of the details were' arranged ; away I
t .r by wbon la act! known, bat Jt waiapparently Insurrections, that !hers baa arisen with tbe unlimited. contempt I B* wan Hit** te Di' th. Jab, ad a* and tho robbery:was fixed for conditions. BETTES' PHARMACY.

"t' toward th* end of tIM among us a kind of morality peculiar deserved. Dl* It"W.U. but (he Reward Wu certain nightie tbe following week.
and Hot Wha. Ha. naa F......< hr .. .
MTeateeatb century, t* ttme of disorder a special code "When did you lea T' O was till The cashier was ..."IIIIITlOlIcliou.
w These wooden railroad seem to have for day; of rebellion. According to next question .His U..er.psiess EmflortT."One that he should set his share of tbe

vrrlrcd throughout the greater part the** exceptional) laws,, murder !Is tolerated "At 11 o'clock." I replied. It wu d'rla the fall of 1874," said an proceeds of the crib cracking The I

Clf th* following century,'and even Into and havoc permitted, but theft then half past 8.' lid retired detective, "one of the most cracksman assured him that If there NOTICE I' BRACELETS

t KM nineteenth la some cniei Th. Middleton la strenuously; forbidden although this, "You must be tired, Orderly! he finished and successful bank burglars was 133,000 In tbe job 120,000 wouldbe ,

Y, 'colliery' railroad at Leeds, for whatever one may say doqi not pre coiled The orderly appeared at the that ever used a drill In this country enough for blnl8 3 vent a good deal of robbery from occurring and the would get the .
instance was of, wood until It woo tent door. "Take this courier and see wa walking! across Sixth nv.uueewYork'enjoying cashier .r Is getting ready as ra,1417
1'11.111 for the of those days for tbe simple rest On the night fixed the cracksman '
Blenklnsop'i rack upon
on* that be lias some supper and a place to his parole and the mel ks pouihli to dsIlTsr los Waionsb
rP rail Theae itarted In reason that society In a state of rebellion and three of Ills beat men went a r rr
engines were sleep I sainted and,went out with low sunshine There were a whole lot v. b..n ordered stables. are being
1'12'lad nnqneatlonably cannot b* different from that at to the town and pulled oX the job
the Brit
{ wen of Indictments hanging over him otcoUl'le up .
the orderly 'I had tbe best meal that built and mules bough Until, howvsr sa
;,1 commercially successful locomotives. any other time and It wjll always eon night or, rather that morning, that 1 but OMT didn't worry blm any |(t jtt was a matter of four hours before tia.-company |I' prepssed t.d.tlvsr S ,
Maty other wooden rallroada had ex-: tan a number of rascals! who na far as for he happened to be on pretty fair I i"'I gang after''overpowering and gagging ! lee will
bad eaten In many a day and dropped )'0 sold on their 1qC :
baled in the earn neighborhood for They 'concerned scorn tbe moralityof terms with tome of the men attachedto the watchman. got; Into the main a: a:
asleep as soon its mv head touched the platforms Byrne avenue and ba. :
fifty or sixty: yean previously, and no |h* main body and despise Its point j .sheltered vih'rli served the municipal administration at that safe They fraud It empty. Then they .1. straits at. Us follewlnli CQ tte
s" doubt In other colliery districting of honor when they are nnobserred i crest a* my time Aa h* swung along be was accosted tackled the smatk-r safes These too, prleM;
,
bed In the '*
twit sued
,well.! One'wu: laid down, near She?. "B ollectlon. of De Tocquevllle" | ' : me by: a prosperous looking manwhom wore empty. The till' notch cracksman.was f s
When
I woke .HUM was no tent overme.
Held, for Instance *o aa about : pretty tnad.-naturally. a
early -- b* did not know although th*
t I7U from the Duke of Norfolk' colllery TIDAL FLUX AND REFLUX The aim was shining in my faceTbe prosperous looking cltlsen sddrossed '"'H* bad boon 'played for a, good t
.
Cold Not JI.C.E
was dear a vestige of
at TOe Manor lato tIle town, near.ly the but Its refuse the burglar by his right dams. ,The thing, and ha knew 1t, Tbe cashier [
encampment
one cud one-half miles down hill. It ee..I1...... Ino.......... .t .11. .11. one was 'crook, finding after some stalling that had simply looted the, bank himself

lasted till JTT5, when It wan destroyed lew .1' the eo..... left. On had upheld of tile the tent forked propswhlcb the man who knew his Dim wssnt a and the robbery which b* had arranged qC i It Itr

F In a riot. Next year It Wee reconstructed Those'who see th. rise and fall of kuspnacU. examined It It waa bung filled my detective took him Into a cafe sod was to cover up his own trail. To boss Bwehutng I to,". orm.r. :: 1:
with the Drat cut Iron rails There bare been Napoleon of finance '
Banged the titles In our Atlantic( harbors seldom I asked him some things.
.
e : In ons day. Us
with. food Tied to a tree near by was pet ewk ,
by Jamei Outran, theIr Inventor.. A think of tli* wonderful course 'In the first place, boV did ;you without number developed from among {
'wooden rnllroail: Ions ul ted,' .t Bath. of the ocean wave .which cause tiletlll.1 my horse saddled and bridled and know met b* Inquired of'the stranger. bank cashiers, but' I never beard of a To those pnnhs.tlni' I ton. /Is one t"ii1

T It we.,1eW! down hi 1T.U by Ralph flux and reflux, Such billow not showing... I a seised very dainty of the appetite content for "Well It appeared that the burglar Beater job than that < day, ll%< p.r ewtTe .

Allca: who., fearing a'!'nod n fortune lIT only cross<< the sea, but flow from ocean ,. of rr. and come,' I rode bad been, pointed out to the strangerby "Of course the irncksman and his tbos purobsslna- liD I'. t* I
knapsack eating aa ,
; postorno ramrods,. ncqulreil" and developed to ocean, and In thla way complicatedmovements my toward Rowanta creek. a detective who wa 10 shady that pale had nothing forit, but to pack ions In on*'4.", Me per owfc r
galloped
I extensive. qnarrlel of till cele-<, are set',oln,. It I* needless on te say that In the struggle he afterward did time for surreptitiously their kits and dtill'bock t to, New York Ira. than !f. Ibs, 1-le per! ... I
t I bra tod Bath: oollto atone on Comb.do".a They weren't of course, In a pcwltlon to
Thus, for mats nee, one In every .which followed during the next extending aid and comfort to the enemy : ALL ICSS: SOLD A* aelRUan.wDwmr BraceletsWe
These lx>lu, at a greet height lay anytblpg about how they'd been
t twelve hours the moon raises a tide few daya over the Weldon railroad I one of the old tin band of NewTork .
.and away front any regular mod. of don. The top notch( cracksman bad
billow In the southern Indian : crooks,
ocean .
fought aa I bad sever fought before
tr.n.It-1t became necessary to devise 'All the cracksman then.Now to read la the aflornaau papers the ... : are showing a largo
When ,this billow passes the Cape of for tbe man before whom I bad stood right; said .
a.mean of bringing dO\Tlllllcb a beery lurid .rroant..ot how the bank bnd stock We have them
Good Hop nt noon its successor I* al a* a fool and but for hi* own thoughtfulness I doa't suppose you are seeking plain
'oollea'rnHrond and securitlei'0.prokim.ttug
of cash
material been robbed
The '
occupied ready barn.. and by' tb. time tb* lint the posslbl cans of the fall I my acquaintanceship for the ask of In amount' and .Dr King's Kidney Cure or diamond mounted.Greenleaf .
the ails of whet la now called 100.000 ,
I being Introduced Into ,society or forthe
billow lias the Islands
reached Acorn of a battle but who deemed It
p' Prior r.rk road and was. laid partly lire grind his .teeth and en... The bank'afallut.
.
at culdnlgbt tbe second I I. the enjoyment of my winning ways.What's
rounding worth while to notice only that I wastired i
',upon low wall and partly on tbe wa announced a few dayi
,, Dr. Diuretio and
cape, and a third baa ,core Into. existence and hungry and took plain to your lay r King's
.ground, "Ilk tli. waroo ways bftonj- : In the southern By 4 that I and horse bad food aadrest I. "Tbeo-th stranger up and told the later. 1.
ocean. toe my Cure will
OS within a' dozenyours Kidnoy, positivelyeuro
lag to the colllerle In the north of "Tbe cashlert,
o'clock_ _____ _In_. the.___ n'innrnlnc__ ___. ,.follawtnr.__... ._. III 1 1I. burglar what his graft was. the &
i EUI'I.noJ, passage of tbe rape th* tide blllqw ,"7Vm the e..bl. of a bank a bit up be died a beggar on Itr..taf /kidney(/ and Bladder' trou

Y Ilie>d in colliery t)>., eighteenth lines shoat.century NewcaitlonM rolls reaches tb(Rngllsb channel, and then *.* ill** .* I*****. the directors stat,' said .b* to the. burgher aboutIt The New York"Plr.l ble. The } ill experience '

of beech wood, ('a..rullI.I.a..s/ on the tb* shallow waters delay It so much Many persons are la the habit of sayIng don't know anything Wrlttea taws.Tb . with Crosby Co.
arrive bat rm short In my; icconnti.Theri results four days ,
+ toP' and penied ,down to croupieres, that It does not at the strait of "Two pair of shoes" Instead of first written ststut are comprled Rt
of It. Th
which w.ro'I'a then termed Mal""<>p- Dover until 10 a, m n.n'tb. narrowing "Two pain of shoes," In the mistaken bank will only have one to b way* robbed out by professional In the law of Moses, 1401 B O. from the commencement of loaders minporftr/ ,
channel causes the tide to vice belief that the word pair should! not beplur.llied
;tI era longitudinal\ timbers lu Adtlltlonwer The first Greek: laws were systematlsed -
ometlme used, the extra bright Try high and almost pats Itn end to because It Is plural In mean end cracksrotn That will let to m* by I)r co (023 B. <1 The laws ofLCl1.UI treatment., For' tho kidney 41 WIST MAY arftfir,

'wing of saw In nmblluK the from the wave log It means two of a kind sad is'therefore ': out la addition I'll aspect get were'.,made about 844 B. O. i and bladder troubles of
I want pregnancy
rtkeooT the
robbery.
sleeper. t. 'b* well covered up: and In the meantime another branch of used! In a plural sense but my rora The Roman laws were first compiled !
tt a protected from till action of the lioneji' the billow runs around the western w* should say "on pair," all the same you .to rob the bank. You'll find PII> by Berrlus Tolltns 'and amended by the it has no equal. Contains

t feet There, win uaually two llneaf aide of the, British (islands.. rounds An error Is often made also"In plural 000 rang la the cash job.IB.It I'll on attend th* Bight to that yon ar-Of twelve tables In 4411 B 0. Thapan. ' no harmful drugs. Thousands DIAMONDS!

rails, th* descending ODe being called the north point of Scotland and move icing the word "teaapooofal. Jt I.I not : : dect of Juatlnlsn wet4 compiled' In
course I wont my; bit ont of that. |10, .
the mala way, ttie other the byway, slowly down the eastern coast of England 'Vaipoonsful. but teaspoonf, In BS8. IJIeckstdnes Commentaries were j recommend tt. Price I

Th car bold a Nwcatl chaldron, until' It finally Bow up the other words. Is not the teaspoon that 000 it* Jst square Its In these always division beard thatyou'r of published Oxford In 1705 and 1700 60o a box, at Hahn &; Co. ''We'' b tttf.llethsl unprvjudlned w* can person con.vncv .
should be plurellsed, but the
Bfty-thre Tbame and hips the wharf of Ixra- quantity! /
or bunarvdwelcht. 6Wdpounda. \ That' It Is worth their while M
a They wan Ublll of-Br planks.. den.-Pbllndciphln Record, not the measuring article bot what It plunder hand and therefore shah I'll trust you done to Every human soul. lie the germ of 215 West Bay. purchase. their IXsnoods ".PI. (

y, trencthraed 'll'lIl1lroo drops, aad had measures.. m* my after yours* I some Mower ..within and they would Th. mounting of txsmonds ls iYan
the Job for putting you oa to It. -- ---r---r-- - ---- Imporlllllt wafter, and we real
oak or sib aolee. They sloped forward The Pall*****. _...itleJ .._I"|*. "This sounds good enough to ..' open !If they could only Bed sunshine only, have i a !large *.l..ctlon, l>utws

havluc slightly larger wheels. l at .that This uplift of volcanic matter, restlag "What Is the most. Important thing replied the 'Fsct Is, I Its so and tree air to expand It,-Mrs. Child., /utla... apadere.An of tile muchdlseuued mount tbs slants In soy war
Instanc
yi! end which war found t. ease the on baked asndston and Inclining about handling a sstlboatrTbe sweet that crk't: :: cloying, Now, I Interesting atlr.dt thus your ring or pin
of l to exist lor Individual. eliar.ct .
ability 1.lder. haves ,
dun Then wheels were of coat westward at'a sl lu ..J .oh .< A..... _.._ ." | nay
t gentle >p*. presents old salt looked the navies over TV* aesrd-yonr proportion Yon give lengthy periods without food has lx>ei r, which the ordinary mountInsi .
' Iron tbe'rear l"lr being mad solid of IU riverward aspect"th. columnar or thoughtfully and then replied MKnow -m* a couple ef days to :Investigate; yu, "'b. "Book of Advertisement"would noted r J. II. Fibre, the eminent nit !lack. _

4 piece of bench wood dovetailed and i pelluded'' appearance that so ImpreMe -. lag bow to .lDl-1I'ubIllct0tl) Btsr. and then we'll talk business' ti I at tbe present day mislead" most read nrillst.y who while studying tbe,liab'tt: Our prices sr. l lower than are

lani|>*II''' tucelher. It waa supposed "J the early voyager; *-a gray ,wall "They arranged another meeting ittbe en by ,Its title. It was prepared at of the spider" known *s Lycosa iiarlnnenal te, !>. ojf"l1nl\\ elsewheree, Dlaoionda i

that lir.ke. bold better *a wood this beetling front BOO to BOO feet above the .The fmhrelU. same place a couple of day :later, I the command of Queen Kllssbetlt and observed that this spider ramie nne quality
Iron Home -of tu. wooden line lid.; shagged with trees printed in 1363.: : TU of the
a ** at th* anon ""'bero'. the umbrella I lent you and la the meaotlip the cracksman, pnipos Its little ones upon Us back daring set
k ended la a abort timber tladurtwberoit alt. .half burled, Ixhlud a scrap of yesterday who* facilities were the boot looked< book ws to dHIn the doctrine, discipline eu months end that during this llmitb :

tb. land sloped I murk to the river, (talus that la also vertturoua. At Ny- Joue* (arrowed It. Why Into th.* job. Do found that bl* man and ritual ef rb\ English church.M yonnr' spiders roll.um. sboolntelyno R. J. RILES COs,

loading <. a skipping quay, from whh-b ark It binds'; Into the amphitheater Hh, nothing; only the fellom I borrowed rally ws Ibo ciblr of an up state that uniformity should be secured 111a..t fo
L tla. cal could-- either !>. dUcbarced where that rwtty towa hat nestled. It of say the owner has been bank la a town not more than an Hrltnlu. Ibis 1 book was the U- son,a I Ion that Jt| Is the solar bsal"end Jat'kemlilr, .'I.. V
-1M.dew ibn11into' -lbo""ks.ri' surge rlvenraroVacala la form.Taintn 80 when rt origin of I denominational title In
a liking foe It" boor1 run from r , If burgs which .-trl4 It t. tb* ships -.Point ..& still ascending behind the cashiercalM. ...at-.the.. appointed England' fur after. Its publication.BsmiNHNi of nourishment. In other words\ .a.WbM

or stored If bed bait wen at band Uaventrtw. ranches<<. la 'High Tor a .. 1dpe....... .....PT. Urn tb* height wss ready to talk dean! of (,Cbristrbttrrb oxford "thnuotor"* h..r111- tb"'Totll'.1I : S wtfe-.......... teller ::::::; 1"
lift of *30 fret. A* the diko'oxtod.aoatbwerd !, and Iluinjilirey, professor of i divinity .
Tb waa* .. ..04 below t. effect Hewitt-Time dgira I sip smoking aftfflnflM IDS Is instead of "being releaurl 'coin i
not at bomo,
.
ala to us total \ .1 t (II f'>> oil. ski hot1 .'
Bsyon.no uulreolty with
61. hard night's work.
are.pretty exi>*uIv.. Jwett-Ttat lou'U bare a tile,foud might be utilized directly as] '
" la going dowel till vita a Leaded l -n.th III forty salle. but the IMIlsadeaurotwf true etuxiffb; the I..t..* you gave mmcost MM the abler 'for la order to pert .n. dissented from some of Hi. due, the source of all life, radlalr It.Loadoll .'" lumurrVit'* a hiiilisnd Iclls I a site ;'

wacoa. th* bens followed behlad. M front Ibo river for bU that
', tiYt M lhtlglalt lit U'- cola .g Iasc.sDlar00* M BUaaer U CM.( | J "" ,4U 4 astf/JiKke4,ttgarttA atrttO .'.a* ClUt.'I1.oD ;,:;.lets. .' Ia.. uauat i.qWnbwdr" ,,-1-i


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