Gainesville daily sun

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Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title:
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Running title:
Daily sun
Alternate Title:
Gainesville daily sun
Place of Publication:
Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
H.H. McCreary
Publication Date:
Daily (except Saturday)[-1938]
Daily (except Monday)[ FORMER <1903>-]
normalized irregular


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
29.665245 x -82.336097


The Daily Sun was based in Gainesville, the seat of Alachua County and shipping center for Florida’s citrus region. The newspaper was formed through the merger in 1890 of the Gainesville Advocate and the Daily Morning Record. The Daily Sun described itself as a “democratic” paper. It was published daily, except Mondays, by Henry Hamilton McCreary, the scion of a prominent southern family. After completing a degree at the University of Kentucky, McCreary established himself as a newspaper editor at the age of twenty. McCreary also rose to prominence as a politician in the Democratic Party, first as a city councilman and later as a member of the state assembly, to which he was re-elected several times. McCreary considered himself a staunch patriot and fervently supported industrialization as a means of strengthening Florida and the nation. McCreary’s wife, born Irene Richardson, was well connected in the civic networks of Gainesville and northeast Florida and served both as vice-president of the Florida Federation of Women’s Clubs and president of the United Daughters of the Confederacy. The Daily Sun was continued, in 1903, by the Gainesville Daily Sun which briefly carried the title of the Gainesville Sun.
Additional Physical Form:
Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).

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University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
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Related Item:
Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by:
Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by:
Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by:
Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news


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IL.VE8 NEA RtLY '1,000,

Asked Jur If At'yAttempt Had
Made to UndIly linfhIence Them
iTheir Verdi.*d 3 Beeon Dead-
H ked For More fhanhi eek.
'ttanooga, IL'fl y 29.-A sen-
aas spruang i thi .circuit court
When Judgi iM. .1A1son; call-
jury in thle i' b wittde will con-
soe, involyinl k .0 e(ate of nearly
Iboan dollars intoi-court, and asked
any attenmt bad been anade to
ly inflmue>n'e`e: in their ver-
The jury h5 een dead-locked
-ore thsan a weI . -
lmies Gonods a farm er who re-
llat Hixson U atton, in this county,
hwbho is one of the-lurors, stated to
court that op attlrday last he
into the Olattanooga Savings
!i and' asked for, 5-dollar bill. The
r pushed himlx1 0 in silver. Good-
inoticed the m.lztake soon after-
a and tookIt "Lback. He sword,
when he rtpirned the money the
ler pushed ou another pile instead
taking the surplus five dollars.
She Chattanooga' Savings bank is
of the thbee executors of the
itealde estate "ild the testimony of
officers wa- en to the jury sev-
days agovihich was strongly in
or of susta ng the will of the late
0, H. L. Wflteside.
udge Allis mmedlately issued at-
--ent 'B fcials. They
appear in ~a uti at 1:30 this a -
eon at whli tinUe the court will
i-a rigid 'lnv'd tlg ation of th-,
rges. It is probable that other at.
ments and tbencn warrants will
ehe developmni4ts of this morning
e created a sensation, as this is one
:te most- noted cases ever tried in
ire. Whiteside, .whose will is being
itfested, was Christian Scientist,
4d the contestants, three of her sons
d one daughter are trying to break
0. WIll on the ground that their moth-
was mentally uttrbalanced. Chris-
Science I playeaa conslicuous
rt In the trial. The estate was left
Sthe grandchildren instead of to the
Ildren, hezice the 'litigation,
prsg. Whiteilde was the widow of th,
Colonel JaraeB A. Whiteside, at
Time presd4-6t of the Nashville,
ttanooga aInd St. ItoUs railway, and
i'llder of that road.-


Abrew Bakere i ktrk' for *atUrday
Holiday*-R-l6rl DInpell*d.
New York, J'Ty tS- A "bread riot'
si occurred In tewaIrk, N. J., owing
Io the strike of Hebrew bakers who
demand a holiday Ion Saturdays. The
apply of unleavened bread having be
etne exhausted, .two -tibrews journey-
4 to New York and returned with two
gon load. They 'were quickly hehl
by a clamorlni tlhronbg'f hungry
persons andi a radl b their stock was
ade. Men and omn fought their
iWy to the wag ssi4i.a riot was pro.
oloked when a nuttivf periBons were
locked down and trapled upon and
several women -wre carried falnting
15t of the crow- 4 ... r
1. 1re police ayppea when the troll,
Ie was at its height. After a vigor
Sflght they dispellted the rioters.
,a Trying to Psleet Latter from
SShooting H4~ weetheart.
..w York, Jiliy 2* t-l fall view of
ifdr..4a of r ?atrolman Cor
iu1 Mulvey .i4 liot and probably
,tally injur-d. .. a corner of Ave
the B and Se41tatttet today *hile
tnrizig to preveltht' *~ter from aboot
ls hlis sweeU!the "

S 4oldwier Schloss. 2.
rls old, of hatter of
W7? Haini~
Ureoky54 ii tof

Many Imprcvemrents To Ee Made at Ft.
Atlanta. July 2', -C-ontracts to the
ftlmoun" of $1,uIl w ere awarded yes-
terday to Atlanta contractors for tho
building of otff(iis' quarters and bar-
racks for the gover'nmentL at Ft. Mec
These contracts were aw,%irded on
bids received in the office of Captain
BuCti, the quarterimaster of the Six-
teenth Unite, States infantry, now'sta-
tioned at this armn post, and accord-
ing to provisions by law must be sign-
ed witliin the next te n days. The con-
tracts also lirovide that the entire work,
must b'e (cotnpleteld within one year af-
ter their being awarded. ir July "27,
For tNwo double harracks, one bachel-
or officers quarters and one tierd of-
flicers' qua--ters, contracts amountina
to over $145,0i0, were awarded to Nich.
olas It:ner. A contract for one dou-
ble sot of officers' quarters, amounting
tc $25,O)0, to the Ferrell Hleating ahd
Plumbing coalipany. The quarters for
the noii-conmilssilomnd officers were not
accepted on the gro ind that they wore
Tho plans for their barracks, each to
acco oniniodate 10o moen, and all of the
hfflevcra' (ltiarters arc accoling to
the lat,,;t design of thl government
and will be somnet hling after the style
of the new lharraclks at Ft. Leaven-
Worth, Kanais.
Wlitithhe completion of the now
bulldiingga the tir.Lt battalion of the
iSl.xtoetiitil, now atatio iiod at Ft. Slo-
cur,. ,,.n ir ing olf c( miianies A, B, C
and 1)., will brlio hruMgh to this post
ainl a (''rniiinodatij)ns will be sufficient
for th( entire reginlment, which is now
divided. 'This will nican the bring-
ing of oieutcnant Colonel Allen and
Major Aiies,'s of the First hattallons to
Ft. McPhter-son.
It is expvted that the contracts will 1
be siginefl imneanib'lcly by the contrae.
tors aind w\orlk commencee, at once.
Finds Gold and Silver Hidden During
Revolutionary War.
Iliinghalintnu, N Y.. IJuly 29.--Nathail
tr itilt. of M\ ri<-tta, G(a.. an employe of O
tlih Kh i n .;o w \l;ir le tonipany, has
1il( atl t(i l a tteasIro (of tburled coins
that lia ( li->l.n I liillden since the Cher.
ry V,'r y'1re dit(lrig the revolu-
At it at title a large quantity of gold
was b,:rii hIy wealthy families who
we-re latir kill li by Indlane. Smith,
who is spending a few weeks o. the
John Ro 'kwoe farm. pticlied tip a cu-
rious gol.i coin in a recently plowed
fl.1 His curlosity was'excited, and
on in .tlgatling further het unearthed
-32 gold pieces, each bearing the inl-
age of (;eorge 111 and having a value
pf $i; ,ach. Then he came to a large
rirantliy of silverr coin, the dates run-
nling from 1761 to 1769.
Thie lind will net him a small for-
turn, aui(l the retId"lirts of Garrattvilile,
N Y.. atr' nucl u x( Ilxt l over the die-
cov iy

Great Reception to Britain's King a1id
Qu er-at Londonderry.
L.ond(otl(rry Irf'laAd", July 29.-King
Fwari and Queetn Alxatidra were ac-
corde I a great reception on their ar-
rival h,'re tiay large crowds from
the s irri3,lling districts assetmbled to
g;iet Iti.' lit t iKngllsh sovereign who
ha- evor v'lted Ilondonderry.
Tiaer tnj -tlVs were met at the rail-
road station by the mayor and orpor-
alien. The u.nal number of add es-
e( w, re presented. replyihg't Whellt
the ki::g expreasspi hls pleasguroeat tel
refer ni's to the ..irit of ;ood feellnt
anii hirmon'Y prvadlng all classes tit
Ireland. adding that If hls visit help-
e< to ,xter-d and ,,nsodlate thi feel,
nlag, he wo-uld e> richTy repaid.
Trial of Curtis and Jtrtt.
Cynthiana. Ky July 29 -Cotrt ope-
d at s hn o'clock this moruag tn
the ec.nd day of the trial of C(rtdi
Jett and Thomas White for the muardert
f H Marcuntf The one laBudle

men" wbose names w.r. draws ite!-
teriay and whbo SW s d

seed-. iCt i tl I R w ,SR
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Solexan Requie a Sistine

M "" _ ** ;'
No Suti Mass Been i t.ei,.rnal City
Since Demise of Piuis fX--ronman
Nobility and Diplonmatl0tCorpe Pa..
ticipated In Carerho",:a,
Itome, July t29!g-TThe 4't of the
three great requiem..masaa&uauder the
auspices of the-t7ereld tagoe foe tire
repose of th soul o gt poLe.eo was eel.
ebrated, thl4 mornln; i, the .Sjtine
chapel. All thf e t Oianlnw i at0e,
the diplomAtlc corpa, the Xoman iobil-
ity and many other diathilulahed per-
so$if were present. No 'tsich mass has
bee seen in Rome sao hIOe e death of
Vius ix. t" '.': "
, In the Sistine chapel' .ood a huge
white catafalque, D0 feet :igh, and o n
it, upon two scarlet cahtbnis, rested a
triple crown 'of gold, 'fhting brightly
lu the light of a hundred handles The
catafalque completely .hid the altar'.
Flanking the catafalqlt, on benches
specially constructed'. ,sai almost all
the members of the, sred college
wearing scarlet capes ,o.r their vio-
let robes. 'At their fedt, on stools,
were conelavists'or earotfaries, In vie,
lot, in theinarrow aisle behind,
between the bencheir andthe wall, itl
heads of the rollgaous oiltpra, archbbih.-
ops. patriarchs, pionaligoora and the-
monks, knelt or stood lit picturesque
A.t the tour cornersof lie catatalque
butnnel candlO' 10 fiek hilgh, 'ealsides
these stood nohle gt1. rd. motionliis,
with. rawn swoids. thlier noble
guards were' posted at chance eni
tfan;. Ililnpedliately botyd .In .roesrv-
ed places, were. all the diplomats.
The Intermlngled unft(onn 0of
France, Russia,, Prus84i, Austria, Spain,
le ighiu m)," d rti U t i Ptia,; zti n ,^ .; "-1--
lombla. Guatemala and llavartiftorwed
a YiVI1 contrast with the simple even-
ing dresa, of the Roman princsi and
crepe veils and' bliark dresses of thiJ
princesses who sat directly across the
al le. In addition two Iailerlei hail
been erected. In te gallery :On the
left were about a hundred ladies, alt
In dee') black, in the right gallery
were the special missions, among behn
being Sir Thomas Eamonde and Cap*
tain Donelan, reproseptlpg the 'lf"i
party in -parliament. Beneath the gl-"
lereloathe priests and Taymaen who had
been fortunto enough to sejo re tftcketi
but who were not dtilnguisheid oiti
for speclal places, were packet$ in dtltsi
seelu .in,. Swlis and noble guArdt,
chamberlain anid other va'tleatl-..ti
Oiaia lined $he aisle
M ichael Angelo'. frsicle on tbae
ceillng said wall iteanid tre-W y faint
revoliel ctona of thel brilllitnt lit eo14
color that stretched below from -door
to altar . ..
Tnae abtbe prost Italy frtjin l ora-
torlo eoimpot r, w*v'ed ,.hl:'bi t i.'. and
the silonce was broken bT th% Ote
ol the 'DmL rr|, Tht, e who ktiw
tjh.e vatcan well say the ititathlBiO. SA
tine choir new r a as t -diid y.
Through thie istorib chapli$tbe 1pei
uf boys. and rose aid fei aiIa
swelled trhumpbantly as It with api
of ptradist. ive the i b. r4teun at
spellbttnd at this pcrfttUa, oi t1 "
Oregira la chant iot a not. oi itr5t
mental stile wsa heard tl.* q*g .th I

At the altr Cardinallaefslao V~avs,
teli was assisted thy CardifslJe A0iaefj
dt. .ha'cema V"aantelll. UMelh a
RichArd wring i ,whlite Uttis
tellit eiiiaj wtwntLt S ataJ!,& ~,

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' 4i-ittter ,was a clatter of trm U. UlUR R
th iIo w aabbrdi lathed on the
*a ilew f onIA -when They titppe' ta ES
onle 'l oered their. awordi a'Rd UAII
vriuiht th|rt- eft hasnda to their -; ,
iruti Ili rg4 d aalute. C Oloudas of in' B Out of 8ts!t* "'wisoxk ^
coB.' us a n broke Out of 10itoAPa
ealise ro e ftroi the censors until O
Chae Ahgelo' famous la Judg. Folom1, -*
ment w'a. almost hid-den- from view., ,. ----.
i Bddenly the sharp tinkling of a bell -*CAPw PRkCEDED -Y Pllg f
ang through the edle, and told the ---
,orshippers that the hbot had .be6n C6nvtits Took With Them te*y(r
*eleIated. At the concluion the ohoir Qluari.s nd Jail Offclials as Hatlti
gain bulrat- out into song and Cardit hf- r a, ', i
al BeratinO 'Vannutelli, preceded by Sheriff and Officers 'Maki D
he cross-bearer. pataed solemnly at* Effort te ,tsoapture Them. -
atlund (the catafalque after. prInklti BAn Francio, July 20."-At test ( -
it with holy water. Sach of the oft C' nts the tr6pa posse 4 4
clating cardhials followed in turn and by the sheriffs of the different colkA
the ceremosnq was concluded with te e k epl Il> el.0( touh wmll.
chantingaOrsuj tiei ^a'1 keepIK n cl o et's touch wit,^-
t hntAS the d Oroma h. tn convict who broke out of thi
It Wal afte mlddat wheg FOardal state pvison at ;Wolsom, st their ptri.
Vannutelli pronounced the fAnal abs owners, tthe uavd! tail -ohiintti 1;
lutflo. .'rinal Gibbons had no pinrl Whom they- a t it
in "the celob*tion of -the ass. ..- whlo ttbe -ha t th thea
sat beslde iokrdinal MArtinmllo, amocm. stw tel". The paM f isulioiis
toward Coloma, w ere V-jhe: *itt5
the extraortdlary array- of -cardislo l a, a edo se au a o
among wh'o*' ar4tal "Gotti, who, in. iiaring tWo %ealit aay atthk 'hoy
sktid, Ofif sarlet Oape, wore thie wbltel utc e'
mant o the Carmelite orr d e av been arnedt oe it 4v
oi of he tbSo4t prominent. the. convicts and, wllt uritte with th
Oardinal' f"Oglia, dean of the ssred authorities it an effort tO. ptikt telt .-
college, st at the head of the loft row to the eir lstence. tt It iei oportel h-
of cardinals, near the altar stops. i the drivel of a at4ge wh"ih ptashd4 bo "
Was nottood that he walked with aI tween Pilot Hill ad adColotma that 1
erectness which belled his years, Cr, i saw the convicts waning c*los.
dicnat itampolla, the handsoinest of' gather, They all wore cotlsenai' -o li. 4
these princes of the cehtrch. walked alid were accompanied by, mtn who
with a set face athd head bent down. 1were tvideptly residents of the viola*
Toe clear, stroll voice with which Ity, wbom they had appIaremly forced
Caordilna VAtnutelli chanted the a to go with them as guiM0l.' A Pjioss -
created no little admilrationn fro laeorvilllo under -- erl- IBoeVlt-
During the ceremony one of th no. wlk was reported not f behind Uth.e
ble guards, on duty beside the cat&. following lhetr trall, ,
faiulo wait ovrconme by the hoat andl The result oa the fitht Ietwee. theo
hai'to be led out, Anotiher gurdsa convicts 4 nd the offitlrs. at 7 o'atlh 4
man instantly took his place, last .night pear Pilot '1f itd linraAl<#]
.....-- .i county was the i ath :'Otf r41,
-. Lond o' Moutnn Leo. j HowwArd, a colivlct, killed. outrigh
.Loondon, July 29.-A ro%,ulem for the 'the woandilnlof a another t~ i 4l
rewaot t BOUI ou o Loo ;r1 ,0egro 'naXed 8 Was celebrated at the Oratory Iroup Peerille, at the roiuest
ton today In the presence Otfa enor, on ogicials, will h*111 old t
tOt con gregaftlonts I Klnx Edward hs the 0d 0onYVtct. Wlheo,"
ropre ontqd by thie arl of Denbblgh. the onvicts were In cittiseto

the United StaLes embaitSAy, roeomenta- wI rlpe, The latter aplper06 o
ylve" of atl-the other oembassles and Io. having a hArd time of It' as.. tll
a-atinas .4- majority of the "Irlhb heavily laden with bundle* and *.iate
memberI of parliament were present. lton. .. .'
-* *'. .---- ,--- _, The latest Information lI to the iK";^;'^
SOUTHERN HAS ACCIDENT, feet that another encounter .h tlli' -o
S.... ---- ,/, eM pla-ce between the. leeing eolttxtIA--
Postatl Cler and Fireman Are Report, ad4 their pprarueta, i xresditinkg Il 4
ed Killed: idents of aohn Atison, a convct, 4i'A!i
Washington, July 290.-Two were alott)r.whe ,ntimeris unknown,
killed and sevem IjJured in a rear-end The losses& and rmilitia are cloet01n g(
'oliialon between the 804uthore Vetil. ipon th desp 4 radoes, *ad It 1 l kelyJ
bulled -mltegd on the Bouthern railway t. t wlttn Ia ewo bhotr they Will bt4t '
Alid a w-rk., train at Spring4efl, V' starro.nfd a on alli stdeis. Th Ie '
T mlles below Alexaidra, at :11 thl tile ofr tetrufitoIl Of th e omplett
tmornilig he engines and several of ba.ud t ailyi matter of a Yvry *iar'
the cars were btlly damaged. Th. e time at tl0e aithorlltes hbaVe ho* got
kile e-'" tn th$m a.os!egmhly ln handl. "
W. W' Woodward, Joneaville, V -
lIenold, a postal etrk. MANGHURIAN U T(ON. --
)-'- lireman. ..

eMmjain iawfiAg", OraingeV a tane Ree.tolu *Stand,
Potal clerk, both lex* broken; may JAetrl3 ,_ ,l,--l.ah-
Mar yesteoirda, t by thrloteame
etea earriagetns engineer ou t fro t Oiet t tt
S'SSleslir train, srtotay ,lnitmd JpauSs r0Wse -it still ailntisAn7
tt W .. L -lo W i1
intro 1,, Thompsoat WashingtwonD, (i). lon. *b ee tiioen-is thattag
l '.t ok Kiltler iLit t I. l l 0. le S0)itsm0 A th i
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oeIe 4intereatt of these msa-
tee ,hatida. -Stich effort8are
0 ( t 6 palsde by althe o e t people
U ieteang y tommend these
y geout lemen fortheo same'.
v ow 8l thhThhftf we epoendofr
;06ion4of:rb byhe. Bar. A. Thraoher.
tmfioi'reb ian. offeucng reward ,oe
ilothy'- lipi.Pot by vlionol peopleat
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ved Froenth That were eorth

tire-otmioly of Mhe Bord. of. Cobbunt of
tn, Toenn., saw herdyinng and
S^rlsi' .to s&vo her in:: vtolato*ko
It phytlitanai and every rented
VT~*t ed to reaoe purlind ls these rei

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ley ieriNgg lata4s. '. t.a.
Po''liye Brelak g Up Prh it f eht.
N! ,Ve. w Yorkon. Jtoly ,'An attempt toi
idroW plryl ht in ar stove found t l
Mediate reefwas prvonted bY the iullbe
Stan, thue n thaged world fatchmanr atll throe tal
aid luneges toublhat he (Wsra oveteeW bore
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r lZi1'a* Lewis, champion of South
Sand WillamH Bean, an ame.
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stronger than ninto t, ori~al Will. To

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";.-": ',r", :', -
_":4. favorI o4n, t 0ibqeos and ameur-
re n ta wee 'mqPbt periaktl It. osnee
s trong h ielse a f. theat orlnature. The agdV with ~,.rudttlent -fttby~

J~me., 4t einme&* se

-.M T+:r+.. .. J eI.. orit lte Mr. Dt el,,-ol
UQrraApply to"allya 'I eratil Wabto, At
Itet ctra; o r; whether*. It

:ron gy rgdthe pss4tag ofad the e Th

te, delairis t het t oula do. !awr

Tsme a urd seehidh th ow meet nwoth
meats wore .. tearh, oaf.I ton, spok
,tronge tn ppo lton o tebthe ill, d

Yau hlgi e wts,. enap tam n t "nt-aw
trW.tla, o le > toh lesauscno e o
",rs onmoent Mr.f Dal, deo
Itronglre kd to re was ; of the m h

il w e ttatbled on mg4ig onr l aoer the
beah s~p~iar.; $10to00 of-Fulton, spoke
Bril tI opposi toua the obtinin do
suh 'ari thae wote on Ladcleint Into l4w

Theo ayes' end nays wwe car d, ebut
before the 'result whes. Anoiuiced th.

duoed In the house".
y Mr-. Burton of Frankno-t--T, a"o-

tablth a local school system at Canmo,
In 'irankll county.
.l By Mr. utta, of GI lyn- 'I make it
'u.ilawful for any person to9 kil or offer.
tor, sale any cow, sheep, hog or. like
domestic anntmal In the twenty-fifth
'dtntrlct of Glynn county.
; iy 'Mr. nook of Telfalr-To amend
tin act relating to the sale of liquors
i aTel'air'county.
By Mr(IDanlel of Bmanuel-A reso
lution, to pay a reward of $300 to the
tiaptors of Charley Jeftcoat, outlaw.
Very Remarkable'Cure of Diarrhoea.
"About six years ago for the first
time In ntsylite I had a sudden and
severe attack of diarrhoda," says Mrs.
Alice Miller, of Morgan, Texas. "I
got temporary relief, but'it came back
again and again, 'sand for six long. years
.h bve offered more misery.and agony
than I ocan tell. It wa' L orse than
death. My husband spent hundred a of
dollars' for physicians'* prescriptions
and treatment withop, avail. Finally
we moved to Bosque county, our pres-
Oent home, and one day I happened to
see an advertisement of Chamberlain's
'0olio, Oholera and Diarrhoea Remedy
with a testimonial of a man who had
been aured by it. The case was so
similar to miyown that I coneluded to
try the remedy. The reSult -as won.
derful.. I -ould hardly realize that I
Was w11e again, or believe it could be
.1o after having suffered so long, but
that. one bottle of medicine, costing
but a few dents, cured me." For sale
by all drugaists and medloine com-

Demurre:r Qverruted.
Jefforson Cit:,. Mo. July 20,-Judge
'Hasell otvortrled the Ademaurrer In thil
ase Stato Senator Frankt Fer.
l?. charKget. with apeuttKg, a. bribe
of L1,00 from,Ieutenant Governor
Jonn A. 0Iee. and called the case for
tr4al today. M4orton Jordan, attorney
fur P'rrias lntniedilately fled a plea In
abatomeunt. and a reces was, taken to
give Attorney General Crow time toc
prepare 'a reply. The contentKon o
tli_ Plea_waas at Attor~y hteneal
',w had ~- rrlkiht to bo In. ChSl grand.
Jury room during the lnvestig tUon ro-
iUdg l In the Indictjeant. Neither
exA12eutenant governor Lee -aor Mirt.
W. J. Kelly, star wittneses, tve
tor the silte "am tiefeuse, wa present
wreB .oor. ws 'all. ..

you. I I
y.;if staltia
ba, 1 40 .ece edy -'. W, TM44a
of f.req *:<"i*4n 0irttoo
o n, .l tpass tr pain It
the backU Is alc
i4 t vthlnth kidiys and bl.4-
'n uto *order:.-' .
n i* gWb ftto- .to o often
4Ther ii comfortt in the. knowledge so
rte expr d, that D r K slmer'a cwamp'
ltot, tha et kidney rneedy fulfills every
woish. wo'd t "' rheumatimr, pain in .jhe<
bak, kpys, over' bladder and ev par
of the uriary. pasage. It corrects 1nablit4
>to thl W'iar and scalding pain In passing
IIt, or ba4 effects followIng- ua. of liquor,
W'neos and"ovdrcomes that unpleasant
nac0tof being compelled to go oAtt
rltetday, and to get up many times
dorng1thoe night.,?The mild and the extra'
ordinary effect of Slamp-Root is soon
realized. It stands the highest for Its won-
deiul c08r.s of theY most' dietresslougcases
If you need a medicine you should have the
best. b Sold druggisti in50c. and$l. sizes.
You mday have a sample bottle of thi
wonderful... -lsooveorj ....
and &book that tellMls alB
more about It, both sent
I "olut"',6.1&Kl l r by ma&l
Co., Bl ton, NM Y, Whmnwrltiam6n-
0ion rdift this generouaoffer in thispaper
,Don't make any mistakeibut remem
ber the name, Swamp-Root, Dr, IU1I
Wi'er. 'stWsnip-Root,. and the add rini
Binghamton., Y.. on every bottle;:



1 the amost heang salvT lan
thae wo4.i It cure Sore, C-uts,
anrs and all Skin Dteans.
It poeit*ely-

l ~ksr so eset Ohl

to t .*
Soldby J. W. MeNColuin "Co. \


/ *

Situated on the Jacksonville and
Southwestern railroad, eleven miles
north of the town of Alachua. Strong-
est sulphur in Florida. Cures Rheu-
matism, KIlney aud Stomach trouble.
Fine fishing and hunting. First-class
_able fare. Rates $5 per week. Free


Fruit and Truck Grower

One Year... ... ... 1.00
Single copies........ ....... 10

A handsomely illustrated magazinee
devoted especially to the interests of
the fruit ad _vegetable growers of
A special trial subscrlFtioh of six
months will be sent on receipt of 26
cents. Stajnps taken.
-;l;-;"----t-i----- -- .
Nic Ared's Saloon and Cafs
Jacksonville Florids

Merchants Lauech from 12 to 2p. m.
Bartheholay Roebelter, alom Im.
ported Warberger Beer o Draught

Steaks. Fish, Chopsa, tai in season,
to order. Pool, Biliadi, .Bowling
Alley. 180 W.Bsyat.

Repre entIng

E. A. WEL & CO.,
Ofr AU- IbsI .lU.

inS.. &Rent& #&IO VAAiUW UiVU.

L;' I,

Air Line Railway

SScawoiUL.s E'IrrairTZ J1tfa 28, 190,
S.7 8 I 5 SOT'MrERN DVISIO 54 45 8 .-
9 5w a so P 1 v V .....Jak vie...........105........A.Ar lo5Da 7. a oo00
15 855P so8 40 P .......... ........ awl ............ 10 a 5 a 4 20
1 48 1045p 03 P ... ..... ........ Waldo .................... 8 4 2 450
12 20 p I......P A. GAINBBVILUB Ar 5
... .v..... 5 P r............ A NE VILLE ........ A L ....
.. ... 755 pAr ............... Cedar K y............. ..-.Lv 5 .1 ... ....5
6 P...... ...... ...............Silver prlna .............. ...... ...... a
S 5 p 258 a ....... ................... o .....................8 ... 12 41 p.
S P .... ................. .. ood ............... .... . 8 117 6 a
SO p 7 a :. ...... O aodo ......Orla do. .............. ....... 00p 8 25 a
14 P 4 a ...... ................... Dade OIty................... ......10 S 10 37 a
S....... ............... ...Plant Ch y................... ...... 9O p 945 a
7 08 p l BOa .....................1imetto............... ...... 4 p 7 42 a
Sr 4l .. ..... ......Manatee.......... ... ... ...... 7 G 7 27 a
7Ar tS x Ar....... ......... .8 09 p 1 ....... Ar Monteao .. ............... .....1. 90 0 8 1

Ar aDen6 rk.6.a .. ... ...... .7 a ....... Atr a. aee..... n ..... ... ....... = 00 p 8 B a
VAr Jacksoville....... ... 11 58p1045 a . Lv Jacksonville .............. ... 40 0
+A yertandlta .......... 05 0 oop ...... r Lake City............. .............. .. .1120 i
ArT.erurnswiwk............ 1201p IO9sPV. Ar LiveOak.....................a 365p 1204p
Ar iavannah............ 1 op 115ou ....... Ar Madsaon.........................7 .56p 128 p
Ar Fairfax... ... ..... ....... 44....Ar Monicello....... ..........910.. i tp
Ar Denmark.. ............ all P. ArTallahassee................. 940p 82p
Ar Columbia............ 5op 855 a .....Ar Qt uily..'...... ........... 8417p
Ar Vamdeqi.............. 7P 4 a ....... lverJ .. ........ 605 p
Ar Hamlet .............. 0p 806Aa Pe11640oa............. ..... ...... 1 0 p
Ar Wi rlni gt-on.. .;........ .... 1 06 ...... lAr Mobile................. ....... ....... 255a

A bConnetions for Palmetto, Manatee, Onee w reandsa.............sota, on 81, except
Tamr .... ........... 11on and ew ork, via Rihmond andWahingtvlleon................. Vesti-8 10
APort ebor M........... day coaches, mail, b....... rMaconggage and expres...s.... ears 40 be-
AWRlchmond.V\........ 686a 812p ....... Alanta ... ............ 7boa
Ar Waeen Jacksgtonville .........nd Washin 10 10 ton, and dr Cattawing room.... Pullm leeer be-
Atween Jacksonville and ........... Ne Yor p ....... ..........
ArTghiladelph1a ......... .Wp2be.a .... St Louis....-...
.......;, Qago.......... ......
Connections for Palmetto, Manatee, OneeAland, 'iwasota,o 1, W except
Saturday from Gaind a ner wh Earlesvie Bird branch.
TrNos. 56 an 84, Seaboard Expess, drawing room Pullman sleeper between ew Oreans and Jacksonbetween
Tama, Jackonville and New York, avana.-ia Richmond admp Washington. Vesti-d
buled day coaches between Jacksonville and Washington, via Richmond. Cafe
dining car service from Jacksonville.
No. 6, Seaboard Malp day coaches, mail,. biggage and express cars be-
tween Jacksonville and Washin*ton, and drawing room Pullman- sleepers be-
tween Jks A. onville and NeGen. Pass. Agent JaYorksonville, Fla.
No. 55 connected at Starke for LaCrosse, Alachua, "Willeford, Watnnee and
intermediate points, and at Arcner with F-arly Bird branch.
Nos. 56 and 57, Pullnan sleeper between New Orleans and Jacksonville.
Steamqrv for Key West and Hlavana.-Lea~ve Port Tampa Suzdays, Tuesdays
and Thu~days, 11 p. M.
A. 0, MAcDONELL, Asa't Gen. Pass. Agent, Jacksonville, Fla.
E. O. COBB, Ticket Agent, Gainesville.



BETW .:1 N

Jacksonrvi1e arid New York,
Calling at CHARLESTON, S. C.,-both ways.
Thd Finest Steamships in the Coastwlae Se18 ie.

Clyde 1S-w England and Southern Lines
Direct Service Between JACKSONVILLE, BOSTON and
PROVIDENCE, and All Eastern Points,
CallinR at Charleston both ways.
Southbound ...... ........ ... .....From Lewis Wharf Boon
Northbound.................. From Foot of Catherine at., Jacksonville
V A '. -, ..'

vde St. hns iver Line
Between JAcceoNVii.i.w and 9A.WVORD
Stopping at Palatka, Astor, St. Francis, Beretord Landings on St. Johns River
S J Is appointed to sail as folhows: :
Leaves JacksonviMe 3:80 p. m ..Sinda Tuesday*, and IThuraIy
Leaves Sanford 9 :o30 a. m. Mondays, Wednesdays and Frfys.
dowl S"UHBt B DULt2 .
.: .. ...................J... .. :... ... A,
:oam.. ... ..
a.*imn.................. ...... i ..a -.......... . .
A .f '-.. ............... B e t : (l Iand) ........-... ." .'
A rive8: p am 3 ............ .AV. =_oq l .. .'.n -

W* .graynowio,

ChAh~itwtrhtw M


e covethese o theoirnpo rWa i nis n tati
so"'li" a e ~. l ha e *.1 ..eP 0ne

r o. a ln s. C for he

aVitor Safe and LoIlCipa

t The "Victor" is the best safe made, and parle0 contemplat-
r ing the purchase of Aa safe, or an"t1Iin thtlfat lbie,
i from a boxto a bank vault.wrll fsaven molly
S [ byonsulting us. Call on or address,

Information Cheerfully furnished. GAINICS VEL FL t IDA



a coun-
'. H. Todd,
fi te five in.
.tt but Judge
WB: cepting the
n, ost. Poned action
oe. ese^ o fited $ ,00h )
are i.1o3443 S da In which
| th6ir ,:n b* ttndi'Aing this timn.
lr Itnes are itt plh they must
t In ,pi-Pson .at Dadeville, Ala. if
la. fdot .th"IA. time. they cannot
thie money t i4 y v;an plead th
r act" atid be Teleased.
i expected that during the next
rwdaye. there will ae many more toi
e^before the couit 4nd plead guilty
'dak the lightest tomntrnce or fioe,
Sod.d andt Hardy. The prison. carried' t6 Dadeville late this.
S ,t stated that R. petition is being
otnup to have President Roosevelt
. pardon the two Oosbys, who were
onvIcted of peonage t tills term ol
Ub court.
:i ,,.. Wo?4l#rfla Nerve
is dtple&y-by iman a man enduring
tin off o0CcidePtal cuats, wound
ulses, buarisaldc sore feet or stiff
bi- ts. But theoL*'s' no need for it.
!j0klen's Arnio. Salve will kill the
an'-id' eur the trouble. It's the
stalve 0. d4arh forl piles, too. 25c.
d/.::. : i: +; .' .

r, President

INVOLVES $1.5:3,000.
et'is, H ,ndod Down by Judge Ray)
ce the U. S, Court.
t l ',i^.ma.i. N. Y., uly" 29.- A dia
S < n handed down by JudgQ
I n t*' Vnit-, States circuit court,
i ." $1 5u .
-I .i l'-,iv:air(;. o(.ne of the principal
S ; ): f t ay Sti.te q4a
I' 1 nwitre brought an ac,
aJrUac: .tUe Trust comn
SNv v(Yo:-i r.J the Bay Stat I
t :. f l la are. to et aside
S weon the defendants
a'; I. ," "' thr Lu gh'whIch, It Is allh,-
c '.1 It (ick of the Day State C iL
e Ii, v, r t t ssaac.hustts was ileg 0 l.
ly tra:ilsf'rted through, mistake to the
M \ aI('.ntilo Trust company oT New
York, when it was intended an-d should
have been transferred to the Bay State
Gas company of Delawarel
From a clerical error the action has
grown into an intricate piece of Ittiga'
tion. A deniurrer to the complaint
was filed by the Mercantile Trust oa0i
pany, and this is upheld.
All Druggists and Medicine Dealers
Will Buy It Back.
You assutnm no risk when you buy-
Chamberlain's Colio, .Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy. All druggists and
medicine dealers will refund your
money if you are not satisfied after
using it. It is everywhere admitted to
be the most, successful remedy in use
for bowel complaints and the only one
that never, fails. It is pleasant, safe
and reliable.
. . + -._ :" _ -" _= . . .

Gao. W. HYDB, Vice-Pgesident



Capital ........ ...... .........$50,oo0 oo
t:- Surplus and Undivided Profits... 20,000 00
oexumvely a banking business, with facllitle equal to any bank In the State
the accounts of Farmers. Meroharfts. Corporations eto. llnterest allowed
by S"eoial arrangement. All business transasoted promptly.


H. E. TAYLOR. Oashler,

Gainesville iGas & ElectricLightCo

Will contract for all of your Electrical Wiring, Fix-
tures, Electric Bells and Burglar Alarms. We make a
Specialty of Electric Wiring, guaranteeing all work t6 be
done with Southern Tariff Association. ,efore having
triall work done, call at office and get prices.

take The

up on P. & nupoi. or

SvUled JJacksonvilleS Lne u

Rapid Transit and Unsurpassed Service
Time Table in effect May 24. 1108.

Arrive From

)epart Fo r .AI.-7-...
3 .40pM High bpnnmg and Inter- 8:25pm
Daily mediate Pointa I ly
12:7 pm OOalsa. Lees urg and Tampa. and "8;01pm
Daily 3 Intermediate Points l

ail North, East and West Di
;4:om High Sprinlg, Wayeross. savannah, Brunswick, 12:10pmi
ail. Albano, Atlanta all Points North. East West _
8:P Rohelle, Micanopy and Citra : Da /
Daily ..i aly

.. .
Dil Hi ghSprings ny

.. r Fort T, toNe Y fPiar 3 *1 o"ast

J I A M GOODWIN. Tcketl Agmt.oGaie."14"

L oAL.^VItY 0I 1


^,,iTT'_7W .. ,i

Not a Sin Disease. Alachua
...tharheum&d" that the
dampcly air tetatnf the muscle. sad jointa and causes the terrible aches tr
and pmins, or that it iS something like a akin disease to be rubbed away with lion- I
nment r drwn out with pasters; but .Rhuematism origInatta in the blood add s
caused by Urea, or Uricc M d. an irrtating, 'corroding poiaon that settles in mnus-
cles, joints and. i6rv* ptproducdP inflummation and oreness and thie sharp, cutting"
pains pecnularto thi'dittngisase.a, Boa n n es B. R. COLSO
..Exposure to bLd weather r sudden ". wa 0 b"
chilling of the bod wl, hasten an at.-A at"s&m aoIw asoul6k-a, amb a GAINEKYIL
tack of Rheurmatiati after the blood and lgra below the neu. I oould not raiem
system are in the right condition for it Oar= o'o0 mb m n ait. iPot *so tribe
oothorW&T vb montswth0u*
todevelop, but havenothinto do within nUY rZe Isaw B The question
the real true caUseB of Rheumautism, nideotod R totirt6. Immediately I00"n Tho question
which are internal a d not external. menod te UAse l-et bebe nd, te5mark5 first ttushiewli
Linitnents, plasters and rubbing somob stlil. a o t Fae .badnas l .irstor...
will sometimes re"duoo thentflamma- on lay wlt. I will al trs tuee de eply
tion and swelling and ead% the pain for in 1 M i tft e suoesas oe 8. ao s n e
.ime. but fall to reie'e pe rmanently it t, t a Ao so o O Abstract
because they do not reach the seat of " "
the trouble. S. S.. cures Rheumatism because it attacks it in the blood, And
the Uric Acid poisot is neutrn'lized, the. sluggish cer- To any ploce
eulation stimulated and ,uiickened, and toon the sya- Alachua coiun
to t is purified and cleans lAl, the achl'ii muscles W.nd
joints are relieved of all irritating niatter and a lastWing o il appliPcatlon
cure of this most painful disds effec'ted.
.. S. S. is a h rmnless vegetable remedy, unequalled
as a blood purifier and an Invigorating, pleasant tonic. Book on Rheumatism will TAX ES ME
be mailed free. VE p F rrv Qser 7 sr -... A TIATArA,, M A AND 1

t I"

m~ ~I ~ 1

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B- ..I ,.!A, N &-

Cout C

N, Manager,

of Title a
lion for the.

of Title
of latd Int
ty hfrnlailed


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And all matters eonurn-
Ing tlhe rtolempltiln of n.l-
CanIeled tax certHlloeat
Sattendenl to promptly.

a Theytemporarlly
V-" WH t Jby agitaIg the
bowels, but regular action cannot be secured until the liver
secretes enough bile to make the Intestines
execute their natural functions. Unnat" 0 ,
ural agitation caused by cathartics OmpIs
continual and increasing doses to
attano the rteults.

Sacts on the
liver; cures Chi;;1 -
1 angd Pover, and every form of
S Malarial, Bilious, Remitting and Inter
mitting Fevers, and, by going to the seat of to
trouble, works permanent cure.

For Sale by Johrson Bros.. Gatinesville
.. .. .- --_ - - - - - - -. -- .... . . .. .

Gainesville & Gulf Railway Company
Time Table in effect July 5, 1908.

No. 6. Nlo. 5.
"Daly No. 4. No. i. .No. No. 8, latly
Exo'l Daliy Dally. STATI(ONS. Dhily. rbitly. KXo'l
Sunday Hu

LV P M Lv P rLv AM Ar. P M Ar A M Ari PAM
7 4 .... .. ... ........ aireld................ ... 600
7 .... ............ . . .......... .. ........ .... .. . Irvine
S00 ...... .,... .. u~ b......................
SOQ .... . .. ... ...... ltt ne ... ..... ... ... ... 4

8 1 .... .. .. .i. ...... lokma .. ... . . ...
8 8 .. ... . ..a..... t..a ...... .. ..... .. .. 812
8 0 .. .. t ..... .. .... ....... 00
S8 60 . ..... ..... .lyatt.... ........... .
903 .......... ... .. ...... w h otr ... .. ..... . 445
9 15 .. .... .. .1oy int ....... . ......... 4
94 ... 4 \ 09
Lv 6( 1 Lv 640 20 A 9 40Or 8 0)
11 6 6 40 7 08 .... ... my......... 8 0 15 I L
12 00 6 55 7 2A) ... .........Oytl.........., 40 9 00 160
14 2D 7 03 7 27 ....... ral........ 8 12 R 6 s80
1240 7 15 Ar 745 ..a mlapon ofty..8. 20 840 it 10
... 7 652 8 I rk, Be M IL | 7 62 ......
.. ... II k) t J nkeo nville, A J i i ...... ......
.. ... 8 40o 8055 .LeA Oy, 0.4 % & .. 7 21 7 .....
.. .....i.... It ^ .T1. 'ha4 -, A. L. .; I 4a p 1 A .....
I 1110 i 1110 a ..Vaot .t 4 46 p 16
..... 8 4 4 I10 p ....M non,. O &VP.... 1. 1 a2 12 4 a...,
.. ". s5 a 7 45 P ....... tl t17 r %1....... r7 )o a 1 00 I9........
A> *^ %# ^ r PAk " A M ^yPM ..... -..
L. E. BARKKEH, General Buporittelontn.
J F. HILl, Agent, JA8. M'. OG AHAM. Preeldantt

24 04



Jacksonville's Finest
DODGE & CULLENS, - Owners and Proprietors
| : _' -

.Atlantic Coast Line

_ ~---i-I--


WJII 4top your-rent Aid baur
you a home. Pr luforsnoa a
tion ial oa 1 a


In" additionon to the above I .
have decided to work a Real A
tate and Reil ental 111ce, and wllh
bo U khs1ifl for any buA laly w :
placed IIn my lanndlh {'..: '
i artles 0o to s4 years of am
'WI1 ou 0 ae s aand! vetat .....-
Aenut for all kind, Mahlnof
and Pirepuimf Itosdiug.

New INPea In All lis w.

A Pull Aun rment, sInluding
his xlulat rattlrns.

Spring end Summer
SSpecIat ies. ,i


O MA Sora and tlftghfiln r obla 3<|411,r1 ,
Sof t1!ftln..nd PI ltWIT
Stipt so 1i t r*l-.i


a 1' P


f- &Nw - f Lv


~Pe r4fieI

|xit, I s a puea3

pd;44 g o ild'roa4alule i
,la d lands and h o eodn.

^SA4 1-nd ,lh- com tIA I ,," AI : tii
ihAe nioK Wa po it" '
ae peat*
POsiii iae a found
S i.inuring efoot' 4tainlg o
210 *n P 1tmbdt ohf wp0

A.~.oer ;.om0natgoe l hApown s s L.s
iv enIc, without i!lt"bi
is 'an inserestinsg faot. that lh
I'Anttp land .tind and the Indfian wi
h.lbms fund bo lh comea toe 'the Stt
fiton th.eP national goteretoaxi,
now that the LegsBlature hats effri
to oee the former fop road-buildin|
I ie virtually national aid to road I" I
pwirVement. The awamp lands wer
granted to the Stme by Oongtres atbou
thm sstiddle ofithe lat century. A.Gr
^t of' n.the Lgladats have sie bde*li 4i
.46 91 *dovtued.' to promote r iroad5 abI

other nter tnal i provementsi
tlre iare still m.tlions of air.s of .an
trom Wohih as 'iiituena fuh d ae l
derivedal of whie is to be usied f
A6oad-sbulld hi. The roads are noti
,be builtls by the State, but by the o"tUn
S tie each ol which wtll draw from t
fund In proportion to the total as8e4e
va t e of et'propsrty '
The ipeopl' of the. United .State
know nwore now about the aflairs
the Vatican than over beforoi. 'por
fortnight previotf to the death of lop
Leo dX lu. the newspapers of thi
cowltry had ti.n&ed with articlesoh
theiitibje-t t t-ie apal sumilwslo
the methods of electing new pope, th
personality of thi-Indinue tt :uece
ionl, the hiso. f l teethods to th
Romtan Cathollooharoth, nd t"ll eort
ofthingsa A oaro'lt arusl of lt
newspapers of reott daca reveals
bnlas of informatijon that ho ittbe e*t
auted infno b1 wtha A, uqatorq
the newspapers ttand at th. h4ad '
Stext books so far as matter. oft Ou0re
history go. If there Is anything mo
to telj. about thet V&YattoaR' 'cv the,"
SWPope and the incoming of aneth
.pope Tts ha-rd t tell wiai i tultsl
g'here was neve n 'od rrut
Up)j' tti a sall bunch than' the tol
ft wtr. 'If ybu want people to knov
,e Advantages of your tont; Vif, a
4 aheun to locate here, 'trade "he
olt helI re an die here, s
4bla^n ee and. tell them '
.oisrot rehee. our ImprovI
MM i ^jtliHli$) btlnssaet1.11

0#1 4i$0

,4 re It. 4p ; 1 wilroa4
( ry is5 tp t M Vnderwood, whpo

Mrgan'e office. 1i was asked in .e-
grdJ ^ w^h^ te Rhifoi Hlie1 an-
ored ,t 1 way he could

S the k f"he.... H.e added
S i a yearH His

I ng the le ilrod pesdents
~ who're ondertoo44 1-recelve sagkidjea
f *; O 9 i~e.Rr a R. Rijltey, of

* .Nowsmti of the New York Central, A.
* 3. Earig of, the St. rP.Ul, William H
' QT'edle ^ ^ the ZLack"Iwanna, Iand,
d Marvin HUlghlttI of fhe Chicago .and

is understoodd treeve year
S 1,iallad eitalves a Iil tt esutmi A.l
? B. 8tI kno, ^efad of the Ohiogo Great
tr W.te~i, .h 5lso beiOyed t t rewelie

d Year upward. +
li' 4^.realt In ote'asigwages; ay-isthe

S.N~N w lk demanded $8.2 'a day and

got it through the conoitlation board
3 o. aniifed.tInpureanteoiofathe treaty of6
k p iaedetw ee the employers and the,
Si in the bull i trees. B Chicagut o and
L e*te nsiuiatlBi' e Uniothat the

d boat refused the advance the satisfac-r
Stlo of tihe uneadoft with tho newa
Smethor of avrtin ae16ikes would have
t ba ie o the WabThy have head soewith

it tp ll.r raihat sort in Chicago.15,000

-,rleW JAetitso .a a mer tine"aQreatn

& j trtlsN Ia d now ltit Re a t find on-e
'4 aitetabit bi. se in winding thesm up
d td tithroughi the oonshrainken assets
e ieimon ~lhe ced'itir.. It is eu.rous
1'4 that "loe hleonoertn, wh th at enorthou
o oapita are isen lickh of tooeney.a
-. O f '. t -it-ion- with tho new '"
d We offeTOe undre hDolla Re-
it- wad Core int Isena Oiu rrh that aon-

S 2. ~.nrt:Oma & Oo., Toledo, O.
a We,, the 4aerd ned;4 have known
a F. J..Oh iey for thie las li5 years, and
1a be ieryhtti pr 0t hy honorable in all
n itrsnei "Ar iation court ad finaneoally
y able to ary lut ainy W itgatliois made
e Iytheir flr . .
,. TatAX. iWhelesalie 1ruggiaste,
a" aalis et'k $. t arken a Inter-

Sll1if atong 4 rie otly tn theiuri blood
su. mucous !>oe/ the system.
, tstimolaleft, ,Prie te per
bottl,. Sol bIaldr Dollarst Re-.

i R . Fauitiiiliu Palatre 1 best.
S Ma ny t i trl ay Ctrash .
Ln ),. Ju ilty it.-'otI.reen person, 0.
we ., toon il!,. nitii tveu known

it b"e be li led amid a oyhoe i jed In all
hbu ineuIa' trai tsd f the Isle ly
tab it:da-T w-*'b y-* O B teleHgioped iad,

w k.te rus. At t kiled i 0g
h e l *, tg te othe blood.
3 tleb u seb. t

..!i* 1A' uhafri h Ieo



X e tthe dvLc.nive*, in -e o-. "r most delatr T, LtoTMA.. the
asear We ti prtla boels, liver and d i
Wtfill IU U|
I^?r i lie i 00a-t nd?--dnu I
k ropPi iea1of t :. The ejorl e '..... teSB O1bi .... "....U.
J0 s~jtele10ZLETS 1 oLEM O
w 0Bn a,08,of bushels9 as against *9.r, OZ. I .*
usrheel* for hqe pu foo out equal for s CDO
aea; 200)000forthejea >an3 bronchitis. 2 5c a p b r1 Ot
i00 export price advanced... ..........

Florida Eadt ry.
L bu. Secret in ar100.1Wils to- es M68.4 . .." "

1o h, t x. LOCAL TiMIE CARD NL 49 +Iln t:Effe t iy.8, 1903.
ief t&1s4 year, an. increase of almost _ *_-'K'-t''- .- _--
'fA'1;l 6t. Cort beh r the chlef fod .-'.
' i ,rtl6te 'indsirnereiult wa as, the eo-l off 'a4 : r 7

4ethhyt pr.ailed thogt ad-- o T0ridATaO
t A~i thrthe. andupirdte fldentyof t
,losavlest h thee.h..o. t.LOCAL TIMeE CARtD No. i 9. 28,
. .t.-y.rt at !eapt that he o x- ........... . .. ,.t;..eO X.
ptt tg alto inog off inv the yieold.n, b OUt BOUN-EAD DOWN. ,D

t l rePoulmfo of the cool ... o m
Wea0tb4tht bas prevailed throughout ? Dj iT. STAT I ..^ .^

pthia ier tith .tod heL h a n i peasant p ....... e. ..... A : ... -
hanner t 'el uth, w arughe twhen -treta es .. ....... ..I:::.:::::::'" ... .
o pTh e t er ..4asn al ... ......... I

Wegst wtu otre tha F g te coro"nr rano p t .ut -- -
Ser Oar .................. Oa e........ ...
onti s hoaies in "Nise spi sn l ...' .." .:::. PlS
Asmn sponfound cnesiontes li inn. o
S st rns ve eed t or sSOepa ia p ......... .... ... a n ........... .
l o Rp..e .............* rl ...." ...........m.. ...
oh i e d n to ... ........ ::...... de.........; .., .
y phyl teioanr hare been, *.red by A p ................... M out e................ s a
oe HmeyandTar.. og t er p e 1 0ug- I' p..........:.....aLDenms .... ...... .,

tleo of Reisoner. Iowa, write- T e g ....... ............... ... ...
d ctbon mi ead io. :::::e:::::i....::::::::::: : :..........
A ny oasea ponsunctod h eie .. ...or.Eden.................
0sa oP*ou J, . th

boy hey tand ar. beet hblpe d be ,right S ..... ...............tu ..'...... ..a... ..-
roi the start and topped the pttings ....
oTbloodand the pain my lung and .. ............... Be .................
Sl e ene b :.................... A er e :......... i.e... s...
ylo dwel ,Sgod yp...............Tiblah................

..o.. o'e'- and Tars.---t-.-4 a0 a p................ Tan dle................ ... T
,Ites, Pof re lie u onlow s, ed 'ole y', .he V ..... ..............J sei .. ,.
l s v .. ... ... ..... ..S.....ar3...

tioaey n thard cuo. 9 -It h eII oe d e rig 1 0 P....... ...-... de i j i..... .a ........ "04 i

trso reie f ta uhil- Lnotene thhe g me s as.. ........... o. o ....... s

e dw o.e9a ,, ........... ............ 3Sptar 1.... aMa -., ,
oMr.oand the nl ow l Si ing Syrup han . .. a h ......... 0
t6de y ln. v o eTand well b l. old by .e nP ..f.....tI .Ya
la iures wind- ' . . '. ...............r...... p:: dl "

all trementM theou hout 4he world". l i I I ti;II -.. = ,-+.. : Hill II
sesai on Premier | Balfour informed the Dal. t 0o NII 2 No.
tro.. .ed aolishin 1 am.. oter thi ngs . .................. .-- stOlpl... .i. Lv 0 .8y aa_. j a ilop 1

______ __Hi-2-P- a P- 11. 83

Offers Vo'yLow Rates on FollowingiDates
4dolonst Toickets to California. Uta h.
Nevada. New oMeico, Arizona, Colo
rad o, Oreg on. Whbinieton. Montana.
tdabo. Wrornpr, on sale until June ia.
St. Louis and Return
ONi FAUR ]PLUS, 9i *RO TS. bn sale
June 18f-17. ood toe0 turn uatil June-th 'tb
San Francisco, Los Angeles and
National Bnoampelneot A. R. Tiok-
eta n $Wle JuyI 3i to Auslust 1. Good
to return 'tll Optober I1.
Denver, Col., and Return
On arle June 80 to July QtY. Good to re-
turn until Auffust 31st,

.Pli~ui.lbPoimtaii sleeKitn enr dt ly between
JittOnvtle. Maon Atlniu. Chat aooga,
Naskhvlle and StrLouta e'ree roolinniqchair
otr. botwee k ashvlbe .ad St. Louis. and
thPro woulpumai l seeilnp a;0 daily between
N aavble a b OUB~ato Tbl8sa the oiat lydouble
trok MnL Metwee t Chio and t1he Ohio
River. _For fu pantloulara. ezkeo awndl amph)t
N.. 1 Brown .W4 Atlanta, A.,

$66 .85
--TO'--- "-'
\ L. & t II. R. R.

Ft rst- iound trip tioketr fror
Oalinevtt on niale Jily 81 to ,August
18; oo apon rtea from other
pdu.1e. ,oat one route
ald r"ot a n er!. Favorable
stop-ovef- atl txtisl Fihb lJimit

litUand trip rltee to several point
West an 4lqorthwiw -
For tfll intonitto d .. r
F0. F-L SIReQa At

These Tihm" Tableshow* the times a whiC trains a -y be '^eted to i'rrihe and depart
b |lsho l *tlott l brrlTlaor eltarture at the time etedtted li not tuaranteed.
w Mdooh. Ootpana hold llerlf rMpoflibleo for any delay or any oonsequeno. e istng there-
Pv .


i m tua .,T u...a.................. ~ a Lv Havana Mon, r ..... ..F...... con s*
fl e7 west Sun. Tbnur. . 009p Ar Key West Mon., Fri . p
ln W Sum ........ ....... Lv K ey W est Thee,. aB t .. ......... .12 80 a
S M .... ......, ,,..,.. T 00 Ar Miami Tues.. ....... ... S p
?or oepy of L al Tilm Osird or other Information addr essany Agent.
". A .KU '., Aa.t. w ao Ag.Ut.. ST. AUG 1 UC, YLA.

Underneath the Aragon Hotel. Vory, t t.,et l/w
Suli a atnd Hogan, JAcksonviIle, Fla.

Headqirters for 66, Echo springs, Wileo Hunter
Caxiadian Clab,iguarante.1 6-year-old hiskies
66....: ..' '.." **.*.* $1.60 perquart or $500 per gal
Echo Springs.... ....... i 50o 5 O
Wilson .. .......... 4 quarts fo ,00
Mail orders a Specialty. Write for p e list oU|
other goods and call on me when in the ciy.

Palatk Fla.
Fine Wines, quor and eer,
Bottle Beer a Specialty. Ma orders "i ha "r'W
at .tionr h irment made day order tS re ed.
Wtefor pricea. Goods boxedif

EA r

.....-- '; Id i 1 i

~YiS~-~L.~JFii ~--~'

i o nSTON.
md of the

e"In letting
it belng*t' I
o & Gainesville
tood Work at
6- putting down
+0te^ll it abroad,
it that the
... i. for the good,
takes to catch the
i'd<2 dwny that our
well in this work,
Iinow that Deputy G.
name, above all,
-.the prominent place
We people of New-
'a bfud of such a mhan as
He shows by his ano-
ie alieves in nothing but
of~wr ul and right, and by
;,he 's doing, and some
0,to. greatly change the
r, has borne so l ug.
eftarwe so many ood things
to t Pbeedone in and around
Irvingstou in the front,
2 ed to see his n4irne in
Which has come to light.
i eav il"had more good, brave
S. little town in Florida, who
Sa Ut4 ithe law enforced, what a
0od ioebte country we would soon
wi sober thinking people and all
as esthlosiedoon Sundays, the ring-
iogf tuae. huroh bells might be heed-
ed a4 inn ers on the downward road
torinli ilght. turna listening ear to the
Sold, old 0idry, from the pulpits and
press. : That inf is here only to pre-
pare no eternity, atid in the great
rush for riJies and pleasure, we fear
seme ray neglect" the one thing need-
tV'.- a.lltion.m Cim'z N.
Noweriy. July 20.
Edwards Opera House Will be Closed
to P4bl Saturday, August 1.
Having f.sed the property to the
Gainesvil Gurds itas an armory, J.
F. Edwa will turn the opera house
over t Saturday, the
which wiil leave R Gainesville
absolutely without a play house for the
coming seasorw
While" the Guards io one. if the
prides of the people of Gainesville who
will do everything to assist the eo"rn
pany, this door not remedy the situa-
tion, and it is to be regretted that ad-
mirers of the opera drania will be de-
prived next winter of witnessing plays
in their own city. As a resort tho re
who care for such will be compelled to
attend theatres at other points.
The timed is now opportune for soine
persons with means to tit up an opera
house here. While, as a matter of
course it would be preferable to have
a modern, up-to-drate playhouse, any-
thing wiodid be better thain nothing,
and It ~l hoped that some action will
be takeq-in the matter.
Stark is All Right.
E. EVoyl e, mIanagir of the Ab-
ned. _frdm a brief business trip to
e." ay say what you will, but
hat tOwn is one of the best in this
section/" remarked Mr. Yoyle. "It is
growing wonderfully, and has come to
ago to.a most .progressive ad( tp-to-

ple generally .are proreCsive ard puib-
lle-spiritedj and it will not le a grAt
while before Starke will be hear, fromn
in the list Of important point .e.
to be t.ei orankiest town in the world
when ist came down to the great na-
tionsii ane,dbaseball," conti i t' ark Mr.

tie. -Th: other day there was adver-
tied a ut4h- game between .-tarke
and A tOitonou thile Starke diaon ,
and when tlhie bur came fur the game
to be alld ervery gftore, office and
business, Sl*o.losed for 0I purpose
of allowing their employees Ql'pr-
tunity et.lte*I the contE'

At itti a Wo'ii I pa" .m
the rrpt i t an anrmYnoi rit i-Ika'.;4-
lZ'13i nfi t*Rl n#(l thie pur-" +'1l r,.t ,f-n
ed It to :e, ta. h how gr if'ul1 I 1171'
"she eX00Iind. A4d the,n *i,' iniil
vilv ly ~p oneo of her pack i'. rid
said. '- Os, ypi have a couklie"

t.Ioftow my lite r


JO N ...I N. ... .
Was Unite Sta"e Consul onert t
Londoe, July 2t.- i'.7
Unitoed 8tteo capiai l.
died this morJu a D it cotn.
where he had been :*itItu friends,
His death was the result 9of s*ba I'tleia
tal fall.. . ..
Mir. Long,. whd.eome ot we a It 8t
Augustine, ,Pla.,*as appointed oionul
general at ailro, In OIti bs 100. I
was' 57 years old.
The aceldent occurred yetetvlay
evening. rin the dark Mr. nLong i"m!a
ed his footing and fell trom the et*ip
of the house, where he waa stoppin,
fracturing his skull. He succumbed
during the night.
air. Long was touring Stotland, pre.
paratory to returning to the United

Wage Agreement Reached.
Indianapolis, July 29.-At the head.
quarters/ of the United Mine Workea
In this city it. is announced that the
miners and operators at Pittsburg,
Kans.. have reached a, wage agreement
for one year. The settlement which
grant- an advance of 7 cents on the
ton run of mine, affects 30,000 miners,
directly and indirectly. "Ati the 'mi-
ners in Kansas, Missouri, Arkansas
and" Indian Territory are benefited.
General Sanford to Speak.
Montgomery, Ata., July 299.--General
John W. A. Sanford, a distinguished
and polished orator of this city, has
accepted an invitation to deliver an
address before the annual reunion of
the United Confederates of Randolph
county on Aug. 15.
A Llihtnlng Chnange Artist,
The rapidity with which chapneleonS
change their colot is marvelous. You
gather one from an outdoor shrub and
it immediately becomes dark, almost
black, hissing and with its mouth wide
open, threatening to bite. Meanwhile
It is never still, but continues to crawl
upward wheneyer possible-up you, up
your sleeve, always upward. By de-
grees tihe angry black changes into
whatever- color is nearest. If one's
dress is of a brownish color so is the
"Don't you think that people pay too
much attention to money nowadays?"
"No, I don't," answered Sqnator
Sorghum., "Time was when a five dol-
lar bill looked as big as a farm to a
member of the legislature. Now hoe
won't-pay any attention to it what-
ever."-Washingtonw Btar.
EJxpert at It.
Townley-This proper says that one
of those idiotic co"eg b is going to.
make Senator B fe if a "doctor of.
Brownley-Well, that's appropriate
'enough. He doctors the laws every
time he gets a chance.-Exchange. .
A MoNae Baver.
City Guest-Why don't you haveyoor
windows washed, landlord? I can't see
Country Innkeeper-No, don't want,
,'o4m cleaned. If they wered clean I'd.
ha v to get curtains to 1 'p the -sun!
Men do not change much. after all,.
Three hundred years ago a wie 'man,
wrote thbl: "A man knows little whoi
tells bif wife all he knows.*"--Atchl-l
eon Globe.

Whqse Ad.?
ilriutetr Ink muses gratOali
ad vertlidng tt lI'
o. other. Tey CO in

as wvated, and very ni e ..o
bandy tey sans-

It be did. be I m emb W.;
60 u" mp*
and icS S-ttu< -' _,,
But bte UkeSs the lU .~R*'

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Pubtili" jnnori ti \

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O' tfit ter to I'l art it'illlr ,'ii, (iatiie'svrll Fla.

I i'ltro tiin I th ('li :
All rimn 1 ho wish to dr ,mi
wvll will go imlnhelsilatingly to

N. B.--Marcu Endel sells tlhe< fnnotns "lest.-Cluthnltg-j-the
World," mane by 8hl0oss Bros. & C of Itltimnore.
-- ~ ~ I& lm 'I r "-- . . .w v Ik' WIN'l, v --- ---- -- .

Fo\r a w. t I s.... ii" -

R.afiletl and Jobbers i

Staple and Fancy Growee,
ra*Il arden Si-,and Ferllire,
Highest market pri"A paid for Chleken.. g anid other PlAird4o

A Oomletst toek 'f Hr o.rn, Oat. VPlour. an, MeBra On, M i.- "041
anml We baldle umij the viiRY BE$T gooBt tLw





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NSOW&h by 0tor
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IrTV Or TOE, 1OW milt',
.nestl platn for tis trylllc- olalluat.a. t"*t4
tune longer than oatlers., ottru06t '.
0b0t matertil", and m"% artrtlei ,
worKtwolmt>l obtlTablbts,
U' to date to eir' .
dot liml t Ut*"
ailetU iiist .
old by us ecouithuously .ioi
without a lingle faillae. If y70.
want p eliano to. Iftethniie'o;"

Ia'tlhumhie ,.
Prtoie as low I oolostmn t with. qiasIt
OMsh or on eas wt BsoA 9la4 4' i0;II4iW
trhltl. WI 1Pay Irrlihb. Wrte*
ft tr l st TODAY. '':

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S :he work p
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i,. e.para
t owet
i*e as to seour
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abilityy, requil

.tl .To p
"one hundred
e hate wfoughbi
t until it ko--W
piis but weih*vee a
^a*:w ,f.boiks sua';rei
o t tpe ople fotr ktf
i.d personal tp ,thM
ootllt4tea. This ltfor
t completed through
Wid your prompt aid
able. The field oi
Rany person who a ei
id o impaibte to
"We desire inform
Sontenut of corr
tpolltOal, .sool
)rs of the period
Ant. of the colo
,t ihe uie of suc
Itall highly val
relatingg to a
*,*oft the Unite
olo, from.

of ewe a
or' Uportan
'*1hav o
:tien' .-.

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4v ity, in

Z. desire to
ir alnojwl.

Sitn oooelu-'
n your cop
imt4 "piubU-e
aJtK $<' *.

op ."' R m i, 4stapt Xo.
I5st,\'op t~~,wp yho was
^* the^r ^b^-'~ I b courts
"Git^o'"tr -the pen.
Hthfn:J:.t|e murder
ty "Thgtpi tf'er la .nd D Jos D. R;ioli, In Juar.
t 0,.toy io r 4899, ha.'
Ihi eo-a ot e d. It roleast was or
*.oalled^ ^ W'aiel~&d)n te undlsi of "inihufftcleuc,
*IV Was 1 'cS hocs Mrs. Rihe
^ _^O'WFRt TOhj't h a xtotr In the bhiv
,tAIou ,otory of the iut JitorS y t: e o el uT""o.7) '
agBei.her" to.e1 *'it0e o, thIs side
Srier a#te: te,',dieath- of her
b 1 husband, jnd was exttwdited.,
ti at 1 ,Rportad (*.aMs oare Doubted.
trhai. Adat s London il, y r9, ,-'Nothip: 1 knowD
X R& o e r of the report. pubitaed ya news
pri"od4A 'T v gp itU.t;s thie lUnited ,tate -to the. tf
Ste. that, a massacre of iews has o&-
p"41a t Oft l 'a. nellar angle, Moroc..
p*#aly *V 'The Morniel Le adei* of this city
'hne, ,; ioled. a 41:pa tch from Tattgler. sy-
f subj.(. $ tr4iti: that the- J6wish quarter of Ofran
donolutad that Wa( lotted by.Aratu Jmly 17. that a
y satlitte6-oryed N.ingi 'wa904destroyed,. that a girl
would require at W," abducted and thai in a quarrel
0s, containing. up M it.4 her ab4uctors regarding posses.
words,. IThe mag- iai ofi the W I, siz Arabs 'were kile4d.
roved an obstole Thee 1is no 0dobt tat this the ba-
h gr pee or reported r massacre of Jews
tion prevented its t .. '0.
*!, we, were so (atI trouble h Minipg Town.
esa publisher who noxv$tie, Tenn,, n uly s9.-A special
entire uesinesa t Th Meuiitine from B~ritol V a,.
d Vg tlny that. iate ~tt, V., a. mining
prepare a hiltor :town :Ris tol-, PoHlee QIe We.-
, test of the most aiy Hilkfts las;t night Utdrte. ta rrest
eefotrm our pae~rt p ai.ld.Slikiii.t. t i.1 i4Dy 1s and
e~, nei4'th:e aid t ht an ot atatiyct< led lDkes and
o Our" leading aitally wounded ow er.; Hitmed
:to have ja i in slt-4etfens%. iylng
upbrn hIe mau- that the meon ce to Jfe. On their
w beadHtIs s"fttiti parao hnoswippmW^4r* WTilif hen
trived a a55 pont peloled op.t
Xri '.' ,o ;' .c -'':- :.-::., -' ...** .
cords and appeal A Hawattise T.rrilto.I Loan,
Orma ltapw5at %f0o12ulan, July *:9.-(Ry Paol Cf
sa and t ble.)-'The tirioitali ftL'iar. bus
s s-i ly; enigagl .in prpIl,' totr the treat
,at.or san ony Aury department t W. shtitoi a
S.your! s e.iu AKnal' statement otf Rwa'a ii.t- -aj The
wil prve iuval document;: will be tiw .tded to gv.
o effort i large-- Dole and will be submlettld to Pr at@*en
d tht appeal will Roosevett Who will deterwin, wbethe5t
give their aid. or not 1 will Ppirove the territorial
action ooniOelltH8 liftan of\6,4l.0,000, T flnaictal state.
apqud.neloe tltb- meant 1U) a-ow that te boeted Indeb
iiti, or e oi a tedinesa $i 00,00o0.,.94 .
A frotia theeatab.
Dnles to 1880. We aey tell l bielWt bee so
Ia correspon attet bu>,y for eals."
ue the ue of do- "?4oaea lt "that job be has ls a
any event i t ~eb i ver as to work rd
d States. Canada t .
Its beginning to *t.hal' tIa H -40 it.'l
l MisbMin4 around after athe job
9erhni en land. .
Vents, are dstrel ,11 : W,':. i.i: i .
t dates, is impot tr to MIRS Id as' ..ead
lupplementinRgthe io rttb t'! "w5It Y 'O
Oathered from the
I this and other us rA m<
rUing the owner- i s t out aot fP d. .
n0e of Oi paintings e aa mado .. ., "'..1.'
hed men and wo .. And 'he biA: lea *ato<-4Ch1O
. sought t. .In t An ..d.. .A M
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S-the parties who originated aidr
Si!iilated, the rumor that" Force" Foid
ontined drugs or other injurious in-
g'e Aiehts.1 **

,- $5,000. additional will be paid to
'.ayote proving that "Force" does, or

.V tldid, contain any drug or other in
i.ou9di or unhealthful ingredient, being
co~pds d solely of Wheat and Barley,

with a seasoning of table salt, steam
.-cooked, flaked, and toasted.

Do us the justice, if you question
the absolute purity or healthfulness of,
"Force,;" to send a package to tfhe Health.

Department of your city for analysis.

The "FORCE' Food ''


BoseTO, June 5, 19038.
rSh"o ^" Pbod Cbnf"any AhUffal, NW. TY.:
GSwtriMsax-A rvmor having reached me that your
product. 0ROI," contained Injurious Ingredients
- took e o0casloU to analyze t, in the interest o.
any own atally and of some friends who are liberal
t vante you tunrow that 1 found It con-
iui e**l-4tvel- 4of WhOle Wheat, Barley and 1at,
iand 1iA"bolutelS tree tromn any injurious elements
whatsev. " A
permit me to express my sincere regret that such
a eriou ad belM rumor should gain footing
with the p tbUe. '
o areIf to usethis letter in any way that will
help to do your loduct jMsuce.

BoaSTO, June 80,1908.

lb WhOm fAav- Cbmcwn:
nyof Buffalo, I have vited their Mills and made
S ref examination of the materials from hich
-" OCo" Is prepared and the processes which
convert % Into its inihd condition.
I found that "YOCB'" consists exclusively of
vhaeimy preVOT5 "on* manla Indicated, via.: Whole
b and ,rt&we, with a flavoring of Table Salt,
fialsd, co*ed and sterled by 800 degree of heat.
Afe-tursofn te munufaeture which lmpres, me
_olde ly the fact that the prove hs Is etrely
mehaial, te food being preparel cooked a
bod by ma ney, wtho ever comin n ontt
withthehand omeloiliutgof the wll opereTives.
I- was alo gatied to"'% note that a. experienced
Ch a the en and that
oMre alo a expert
Pflotr ofderand


al|ersltvy of Buff lo,
June 28, 1903.
The Frce" Food Companyi Buffalo, N. Y.:
.OGNTLMiN-In view of the rumors regarding the
alleged adulteration of "PORCE" It has been a
satisfaction to me to visit your Mills, vestigate, and
analyze your product. i
You are free to publish thip statement made over
my signature, that I found FORCE" to be abso-
lutelypure, consisting solely of Whole Wheat and
Badrley, flavored with table Salt, and tree from any
inurous substance whatever.
I examined, in detail, the various steps In the man-
ufacWtre of your product, such a the steam cooking,
the flaking and the roasting as welU a the packlnT,
and And all to be remarkably clean and of absolute
healthfulness. The final roasting Is done at a tem-
perature above 3000 P., which, with thesteam cook-
ing, completely sterillzes the product, and the entire
proceed, from the frst stop to the final sealing of the
package, Is a mechanical oae, the product at no time
corning In coact .with .th .bads e or- clothing-- of t e ':
peaqbni handim ng the machines or packages.
Ver reseettlly, ..
Chemist to the City of Buffalo.

See pae 148 of Cereal Breakfast Foods," Bulle-
tn No 84, of the Maine Experiment Station, a State
InstittuUon, which haa analysed FORCE" with
other foods, In the public interests.
Copy will be maed free on request.
Rer ateo to Canadian Government Bulletin 84 on
^a'tsubeblctp, paes a a nd 0, for analysis show
that "ORCE' consists sole ly of the tat whole-
ome sad nutritious Ingredlents.
Any s c Mcerning this suabect-wil be chie.
Buffalo, T.

9IU lj +III A 4L L II

E. VOThE. MG R.*
Abstraots ol Title aori nf aion tfunihqd reading lands in this
ou nty O(A 1# ia a CIed iD thlt oo=@t _hirty- years and .-
eIs hIrowet sgaa with lend titles.

... <.,,,T .Tig1rn

Boarding by day ort week. fage
reasonable. Lare, airy Uoema
newly 0a0 _Wlfc.(llg l ii^
elaw aid Up-to-dateo
baths tree. ,: : .

'I \Nw
--d plow".

s e One Way

1 Vi Aue Railroad
te, in one way
phio and Missis-
incinnati, O.,
Oville, Ind., Pa-
8) 8 Louis, Mo.,
so in basing rates
'ph. a(tickets not to
.uphis proper), 'for
Sr'h of the line of the
p.hpiphis to Kansas
vpwlng points in Flor-
Nth and South Car-
S a~a located on this
Swh4ioh the company forms
"thoriled ticketing route,
rates under conditions

fhalflof the standard one,
Pius $2.00.
~t -Mlch 3 and 17, 19M3
fraid+2,190S; May 5 and If'
ru*eg pd 16, 1903; July 7 and
0 u*gust 4 and 18, 1903; Sep-
*.e 1er acl908; October 6 and
190B; 9ioverber 8 and 17, 1903.
ous passage.
t ntract and each cou-
Sn6f tiqk.iet to be faced "sedond-
is, not i in parlor or sleeping
S..pAre02~rSome of the staple crops of
t 41I.J b *ections of this territory:
Air vegetables and small fruits,

0piIei t I1L, rapefruit, watermelons,
s, ,
trp ,nthe fruits, wheat, corn,
0oats ad other grains, tobacco, cotton,
peanauv bay, rice.
"Te policy of the Atlantic Coast Line
Ss. lpte.r iAll developments along its
It QlaIms that it is the greatest
StruekhiXg rd in America, and it pro-
vieso very faility for getting farimn,
SIarde and orchard prod uacts- to the
h L ~n.t'kets in the best possible
Condition, in shortest time, and at low-
esti rate.. :
In. no part of the country is there a
.greateo.abudance of game and fish
than o Aiti lIl.
S iortherna f rmers are invited to
write fo. rinf~g atiol in detail about
a- the territor of the Atlacitic Coast
U.r -66t Ach.
L. Riley, L. L. D, ba,
New Yorrk writes: "After tifteen
Sdays of e-xcruiating pain from seiaic
rheumttifsm, under various triatlnonltS,o
I was induced to try Ballard's Snow
Liniment, the first application giving
ny first relief, and tihe second, entire
_relief. c an give it f iqunalitied ree-
S., mmeildation. 25d, 50e ,xid $1.00 at
I{w Johnson Bros.
I` One-Way .Settlers and Round-Trip
Home Seekers' Rates.
The Seaboard Air Line railway lave
arranged the following attractive rates
| to Manated, Braidentown, Ellentoni and

Fror Ohio River Gateways.
One-way settles' tickets endorsed
second class,, not good in parlor or
sleepingpear, toibe sold to all points
_. n0, the U u Wri. R: IR. and S. S.
m.. ine' t rates based one-half of the
ass limited fare, plus $2 (JO.
'11 be sold on the first and
t1iivdTU~t of each month. to and ii
incl gd November 17th, 1903.
Hefe seekers' excursion tickets to,

I arr1ntyoenton,'a lplme tto sraide,-
(ageney stations), at one fare, ps is
$2.00, or the round trip. Tickets will
l be sold ot the first arid tixird T'r~ndays
of each month, to and including No-
[vembr-17th. 1 a( '+ al 'im

t Tickets 'will 6e good to stop-o,'r ,,l
SSeabotard Atr]l g Roing ".o:qiey within litc.'.-fl-(.)
transit llImst. ,. . .ilva\
.The Beaoerd A^ir Line nra l
Shave issued aomw veTy attract ive d
vertistin mattr, Overing these rat'
LA which i beIn distributed extei,'
through the Woft*, East and North

west. -",
ured of Itching Piles.
SW. R. Plntt,ia werehai-t or etlrhaI
I as... wrq.sIi; ":t bd been gratl
troubled 4itk bignig piles for sex'era
years, t(. tylel ne so ealld ieil
pletel y er lift'salve. Ct r
the best pile bO o ld byJ
Collum fo.
Summer ,To.rO t Rates Via AtlantI
Tie ets aure on o via the abL.,
popular rotte t io $ rineipa ) somn
rrA ths rwaeountry, etcl
s etI Iree .d0d VV ttC until ()t<'o"
L 2 II, 19(.' Ul Ull+latop-er pr1 v
^ eo re loili'^'.*
r i : .i ...... :

Th my XVavs w thei Dw'.* J1 u1 fl A...sTX '.
When Rome vaa 16, ier glory and .omesor o "W lrA AMermeal
ipen were strong ai womqw beautl- ov AaDo a Oo's U QBeiftle
ful, they t idrst ImpoQrthse" uon j, S Xp al tolrt w ln and lBrdaeork.
the bNth. There'were 800 ub'Ue tbaphm>oe __
in imperial Rome. .
Before taking a bath tlWe Roman tool*k 3Q) G.)ON xO
a little e-trcivie. In the lhteI, hitory E. IST.
of Rome the room In which ie un I. ,
dressed was heated. and after undress ri* ruate Baltto qt oe Dental Surger
Ing ho. was an iuted with oil. Then Five rera' experteoae n New York Clay. ,
c me the eerattlhing and' rubbing (oa CGrown. Dda work a mtlUtnSp Oittals.'
the skin with the strigil. Following .AoA LWoL iAAt*a 'U _
this lwerK-tiltrion w.rS proLuotWl by OF1o71m i Pit.BI Ou. 'OAINUSTI UI. FLA
heated air or a hot itah. The bath
was coiuh+.ted with a colt douche or J. DEM PSY.
.cold ljiuiine. Filly the J ody was FUR4ITURE REPAIAIRED
atint! td t.inA i and Made New.
It is hbvlived by nminy writers that LOOKING GLASSES RE-Sll.VERED.'
the lae roucto of the hd ttmong t.I We buy or setl irntture. or canoontract
the .place of the cold bt aong th with you on the oommisstion basls. Patronawe
toiunis v.-:: the. p-'1nelpal cause of olUolted arnd saciction always. ,
their d(;wnf;AIll. Ti" luxury of tho e l t Ge.8o. in. wALKI"X SAtUI T. anAtLon
b ith wtit I wrVIakoIiiUI tind ldestr'oydotd
that persountl vv'ior ani:it it'rdiotiod for wALKEI A S AYLOR
which the ltoutmns \ere notorious In WAL.KE SHAYLOR
their earlier history. ATTORNEYS-A'-I.A .
Little by little thie ei rv ti'nt g initL l-
enco of the hot b.ilh lix tuli ily s, i).dl Jackapnvill, Florida
away the vittllty o tI llt.unuisi siodir
until the more hitirdy uMn or tile 111orti' -4-8-02 ___ .....
found' hem vtery ',:;sy os t con- AFE BELVEDER,
quer.-Medicul Talk. AFE l l
.. W l SCI1 i fIt K, Pro rieletor.

PitatniX of the Arltocrattm,
The RIevolutloI. In glvingI u t >01P-
rate nationality, had not detstroy:'d
titue honored traditions. Our mni1.iirs
and customs were English, bred in the
bone; our point of view that of the
mother country. Freedom and equal-
Ity were political terms that no one
dreamed' "of applying to social life.
What gave position at that time was
inherited distinction. Its possession
was free from self c6nsclousness-sim-
ply an advantage ot flrth, which that
providence who had always shown au
affinity to hierarchies saw fit to bestow
on a favored class. The community
was divide by -the grace of God into
gentlemen- and others; perhaps it
would be more exact to say gentlemen.,
their servants and others. T7!' privacy
of these gentlemen concerned them-
selves only. There were no "seocal
happenings'" heralded in their npwspa--
pers to'force notoriety upon family life.
How it would have astonished those
earlyaristocrnts If they could have an-
ticipated the fictiflous importance later
days would attach to their'privileges!-'
Elizabeth Duer in Smart Set..
5 l



The career of Robert Bonwer,
the veteran publisher, fatmurnis
a stgnal IllustraUton of the alue
of persistent and aagac6ou1 ad.
vertising. When be ogfanm the
publication of the paper whom
phenomenal success brought him
fame and fortune be 414 M-t
wait for the people toU nd out,
slowly and gradually, the Intem
etUnlg features of his joqrp&l .

He forced iltentTe'prtis Up-
on public attention by a M, -
tematio lavlhtiness of es-
"pnditure for advertItIng
which at that tMe, WMas
without precedent or P"al-
let Whole peg.. of 4lly
newspapers we *re sctured t
high prices to blason fertb
the mrerits off ble UfdIWtt-


From one end of the onbtry te
the other the tuamrB oft Bonner
and his L .der' we f. mad t-
nmillr to the people by eonwtaat
Conservative pubilabef. lo
ging along I the r O e d1 M'
routine. prophe?*ied bilktkfipt*7
aod ruio for tbhis SCOSVu BI
innovator, but Bomne" kept A
Bgiding a large sbhar ofO his
cMiph ti buylinBS pu ", 1 aI>
those recepts incMia wltb
-Itamttmni rxP .Idtty. -.
FverY dollar dlobBrd 10 t i.
rway tougbt Ito aIo do t
til cro ker te'0b "
and .peattlO t tri
t.ranch of boatlmi .ilmet< .
his trenneofdot weIL
The Is.on ism a t "at w wt"
worth edISB tO It

yw **
II -ag-AL.AL

loop 7t

182 W. For yth st., Jacksonville, Fla.
o. irsite Poatoftloe.

Best dinsty place in city. Fine
Wines, Liqurs as.d Cigars.
'1, HN 1MNZIIS., Proprietor.
Si-91l W. Iay .ut., Jaoksonville,
Faust er, bottle and draught. Don't
fall to l ,. i., r,,. *henh i> .JackSonville

Visit the-
The b.-tr LiqlArs in the city. Enter-
tainmnent e~o'ry night it t Roof Garden
T Theatre.

S.Use SBIg 4af torw uaatural
I 1 I,1 44 io fm 1t1hartAitnItaatU>"
IatIItt IrritatU ona r .ulora tlona
A ,." c..tas* 11r n ^ and not sirli-
*E KVAIscMII"M'o gen Fr ipilonou .
OICINNATI "old by XlrqIwfteI.
I. A. or sent In p*la wrplT .-
tI ,0.0.,r a trtt. a.4. 1
(.Circular *aut un roqMll

i n a w report ng% rot

s] J IdFr if


Iaypert, im,
Xl.it1. I. TAYLO 4 IManawr.

1ATBs tEASO AILE. The Uues&
I fh tand saU waier flhhinu to b- bod
In Fliorisl. Feih and salt Wa br hli h-
tag ito had in a short dItwoo fromai
hotel. Take the train tW roAtlweU
and drive ovwr to BayportP rprlt.I
|onveyance. 7*3m

Wholwole and ReWtal


v S o ivii j. .- ...- .

s \,' ... $.20.
W. BebB.,.
..W a .2 *.c..s. a.

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Fora a l-


TWORTH and WEST... as "The Sapphire Cowutry.
all Dei-sin Dll 4X

mOUTaMsM mN A ,'WAT, H. P. aw, s.lrt sM. sar Agt,
106 W. B. a tol JI3 5 I4 h .
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fquarts Hunting Club... ....... ,... 4 .
fU quart.SlOl o Up -. *... ... ..

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19 l quartB Mngm M T'arylwd ..'. .'. -. e"-,-V..

1s fnul q~axra nanjwB .%..*.. ..... .... ,
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...Iw a :..

'e4 'Gaits

pys.itl his bSAVily in' this ltty,,
t7at he hals been slightly ln '

1~t~1a~ltand Live+Tablets. e
:i a e iai d the IgII
COW. adeice dealers. -
'pn forget the interesting Rie o
bbsmball between the prwhos.0 an00
a the.bals park this afterneoii

% t .s 0 *7, a gb thase who attend iltl

he Atlat oas in t
y St Petbg ese

were twansferreu teoSt. letersburg,

o. "not0:l?0: 1.bu p
suadsine p:Of Oft 'oi lorn stet b

u~tl"l billl+ +
.my r i wh b f len aoa s4 W!

in this iss be.. This emhp.p silo e s.. 8'r t
e"t4blqmlohd in thpOtadiolfw.
Slass Jt
d~ wl~ite barberp are employed, i, *, rit, Ii
t'6Mytlingis neat, clean and OWitinlend Aric li
a pleasure to W A .0" u .... .. ...
aot and cold bath inA e""141etlols.a.
ngineor George Lyops o. the A. t- .
tio Coast Liike has returned vjoAa a sail while in
S to his 'eold -honme at Sa ati ,
rP*ooksville. Oeorge le one ot
t fellows in the world,- 6 !n
ba -the High Spring,-l.MoI,

ie lf, regardless of.. ..
'low sa1",the--last Onethe sah

.e v bImlsy of Orange Lake,
.t his wralt ftomn,

e rooms tok
a. o ald tap.
Srown Hpque,

btll eshe
r for a few

04 willre'.
isbeen Indi.
dia' fo r S..n

st -!businegs "in.
419 fi 0eao sut

i L my, one of
iWe edsic~ye of the grn' of
od Sea orWas .a vl~teor to
nty 4(tai yesterday. -
,, trgeon irmn the-

f ths Alantla~- 'Ooast Line
iddqsmrtes ~at Widycross, Ga.,
Iatter to Gtinesv'lfle yesterday.
, F f vr "the pastr few,
o of the vaiu.ed. employed 17f
ia~ ~ ki.......~r "Rxipress
t ~ ii thw runninga

i f4 ptgs% and Rochelle.
qi~eppali Sto be a 'gentle
,*-iug, things 'will go on
E*a tI toe aO party. The
dawbommodat'e lot of peo.o
S'Th4 lathstrlng is always

1 go away t'a the summer
#e away wish yos" the memory,
14 4es$ as4 ~a ieol e oream-.
ou*ffr Sen tt 'at the lawn

4#40 I tli itm yesterlo ay.

Slo(t f land at
neyllie and Gul,.
la starting, mps
to 41 pelel. mpaq

~kthe e6isfa tor of
In the at4y on tissi-
4, Mw NeX*0erry, who
k.len the elat n6w,
the) the fdor.
Sai4, puid that the
ais*1,d be conipletest by Au-.

'Qtf ig Springs

Ise a tre home,,
sided In

*ui th 4'Who b~d
~ sonville
tt* .a brief

Thet S 4 Flteoral,

It ,and .is
st o fe-
&te *03edIl of the
pt & d qoarsere

56*46 or, th

8. olds b danin 1he-wa
ser Weite oss Mab
at), 3 4a"son

rAg ,Ah ti b edgNg,. 1" ,
9 -a. A eoBad aly ..

,.ng d,
114 4 lPe of Sae 'asu i ed ,, pe u .r
I#er* a~,va :Ztero''sew of Bi .

.r By qi 10.poh.,te H rso e ifskt waid
rei4. ii oel e, y0eay yrtd .ar r-

.. .. !I| n. I teqItod in th
ir.!4t4i~rric Beach fro a tfew day
en a lobta y taeti return toan-
thei .A to.,y of .tlahbae a. he e wdsin
acji~d b.y her slater, isf Mabel,.
iMtas as s bttomil eet, &e.
By' 9I toI With. a uorse.bak rider

d' Tea Badly itenmaged. a
ron *he' r;euIlq t of auraathr peculiar

pa#its tag4igy lwhoh he ygy driving
on aQ I4idd with a colored man
va ,a riih~ a ule or West liberty

eo.rt athedfaterngreatiothe of ausrden t
'Zhls wab 4 mnost pec~ular accident

r'm twoA, i4point, "it was a
pal bIong ti lden. It neqretind in the
tmoh.:~i l a os-omph t dle db etrtu
tio ofi a w~e

=,, I -rds and Lieutenant-Bland-
rg tier returning from a trip to the
pite O the ni.lotagy target range, Chn-

oi gha'e lioe, They werdce drivn h
t reply, li iheid at the intersection
Al writes -,"O Liberty streets met a

ored ,aOo ..d.i. g a mule.. There was
oIPn to'Ootarly interesting about

tl .:t d '.: o-iu thoe." mue "hied,"
ro"i etly ito the bugengy with a
'd hron t greatato causthe the
aia .1o: o h -. Elwarea. vehlle.
s, W.rm Medicine.

pr. uo Z pe, dragginast, Leighton,
Ala, writes: One of pgtmy customers
had a oi)O bi was ik, ud thaew
up all food, could retain nothing on sits
l l e~ b whtl one bottle of.
b Ore Vermifuge and It

Iac st l e 4s$,..o t-pll of
Ioe .redmr frown doecild.of

e mdcn In te.

.1-runso 'it nA T. J W11a eo
w oreal d. C
s ath hi*;e xtopisive t in
proveu the6r dlg leep ofathe auiwua-l

& atid, at fod *e thenso'he nr-

pous ofprb*yt 4 t rTresthe" ,will Ikel
reoalth t-i a on e in tor se sral dia
WBs W. t____Away._

T.o m tolo .Ti er ..

Wans,.o .alms om.,- nsotv.
Amewsh t, 8u."t at the:e Brown.
Hote a M ~a. W.i4 Rdell of%.

Oeojetai on &

betwimand as es exda~o tel al-

phe *. of pr3~itn Theo wille lbelt"
euaen in there *@tionben ta eeael das

Jovsme k

ga.. a

o ~tcoQ ed Go.

"tort f 'beef ot

sretl oopegregatot t night. Re ~o
ee rih~k64t 1,rore herpiing aish .

fl ,etel Pop tspent a Lonne, of'et
.,0tando.0oleon has Iqt two horse, at
Wlal farm eaat of here, one, of hi, ond
ns te other bel.. ongig to ef T lwsch,
"Cd of tV
""s.; W,'ter Liniey was seen In our
community last Monday.
onier Wicl',soh of MaJ. .WIe, ls
topphledtq bi robin with .rheumariisi.
Mrs. P0'pe and little spa, Lonnie, of
laochas vie ted'hea parents, Mr, and
rm. W. 0. oheon this week.
R tev. O-B. Stevenson has returned
from his home at Ward Oity, where he
hi# been in attendance at the quarter-
y, meeting, and has commenced to
Preaeh 'again.' Mr. Stevenson is a fine
priaoher and a good man and-. it is to
be hoped th t he will do much good
while in thif community.
3. D. B3arron .'and W. F. Love of Jan-
ney, Levy county,, attended the liter-
ary meeting, whieh is beginning to be
one of the moct interesting -and in-
struotive amusement at Jennings
TheTeaohQrs' Institute to be held
in Jennings .Lake schoOl house August

I, is to be the' event of the season.
Pr#qf .Ormond, chairman of commit,
tee :on program, reported that all ar-
ranugementsm have been completed to
make. At & day of pleasure 'and a har-
vest of.4nstrettion. .All 'are cordially
invited to attend, and we 'promise Phat
you will not regret coming.
Repulsive Fatures,
Blackheads, pimples, greasy faces
and muddy complexion, which are'so'
common among women., especially
girls at a certain age,destroying beauty,
disfilaring and making repulsive,, fea-
tdres wJich would otherwise.a~pear at-
tractive ind refined; indicate that the
liver is out of order. An ocedsional
dose 9f Herbine will. cleanse the bowel,"
.regulat* the liver and so establish a
clear, healthy complexion. 0e at
Johnson ,ros.
in Mayor's Court.
Osa Mack is regarded as a man of
usual good character 'and a nature
bioh itos aaiything' but disagreeable,
but for some reason Tuesday -night he
got mixed up with a hard proposition
with his wife, With she result that the
latter had him arrested for slftipping
In the mayor's court Wednesday
morning .Acting Mayor Broome fined
thedef.endRtt"2 and costs for his mnis-
conduct, which. was prtnpptly paid and
the defendant was released.
If Ihad known dat nlggah wife ob
Paine ,Was wine ter cos' me $2 I'd er
sho' got my two dollall's waf.," re-
marked"the defendant as he left the
municipal temple of justice. "Dat gal
am bet or runal.' me and de house
long nuff,' an& do, d.nez time she sas-
ses me I'll sho' 'or right."
The Perfeot Liver Medicine.
Mrs. M- A. Jol!ey,. Noble,- O. T.,
writes: "I have used Herbine for a
number of year, and can cheerfully
recommend it .as the most perfect
.liver medilnead the.reatest blood
opriflet.. It is a ,medionje-of positive
merit, and fully accomplishes all -that
Uis elalred .for It." VMalaia cannot
,fnd adgement in the- mytem while-
the liver is i n perfect a order, for 'ne of
Its functions Is tooprevent the, abaorp-
lon o- fevet -prwiueln polsons. Her-
blue is a most eefflient liver regulator,
80e at Johnson Bros
For Sheriff.
.To the Vot6ers.of Alaohu County :
I ere by' annpuoe myselfa ondi,
d"te for the owfie of sheriff,. subject to
-tbow Lstion of the next DajUo`ratio pri.
mary. i fele4 promise to die-
a g el b t hhd u ti e o e o m oe to h e.
VeIy beet of M ability ,*ed I solit
allpvoters at thle polls.
.t.pSs.ful : .
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UND: ,coo

Special Rductih in several
grades whilp the" ardsiast'.

"- .. (South $10e6 Soike
H air Out T ti., bmoo.
Hot and 00%, bia e
854 cou~rteQu~t~~n 10~-ie~n
of l~epc40

Mi'Ti''ewrtrsddeAhra Cjtertainarin
Honor of Her Visiting FRtr. -
At the beautiful home fL her par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Rf. 0ushman, 801
Alachua avenue, E., 'Miss Gertrude
Oushman entertained Tuesday even-
ing in honor of ter friends, Misses
Mallard of Jackson ille,-.qnd Wilson
of Savannah, whq have-been her guests
for the past few week.
The evening was passed n that in-
teresting game of flinch, and ,the vig-
orous mannerlin which the game was
played displayedd great enthusiasm.
At the-e delusion -of ,-the courqst the
first prist, vas awarded to, Miss Jessie
Bodiford, while Miss Dempsey secured
the consolation prise.
Dellcioujnrefresh ents Were served
during,'tho evening an i Mis Cush-
man retained hir excellent wep1.tion
as a hostess.." '",1 :7 I
A ery io*e\Cal1;.
"I stutack to my engine, although
every Johi t' ached and everynor,
raekedawith pain," writq 0. W B7
lamy, aalocomotve ,i a*i, o f: ur-
lnt Iowa. "I was weak and pale,
without any appetite Undall raidown.
As I was abouttogive$up,. :aa bow-
te of Electric Bitter. f tak-
ing it, Ifelt as wellsI e.r' 4i-did4 in my
life." Weak, sickly.,rundown people
Always gain neW' ifi,,trsuentt and
rior femtheir o-...r them. Sat-
iatonU guarante6dby ll druggists.

Printers e ks.
prie 50f
There wil en'be'ptagdt.of
baseball this af, 'M i .. be- 7 a. con-
test between he 6' s a e of
Che alty." A shimleb ontS, _ft .bW paY
tiolpated in a fe week which
developed the 'tfa 4wM 4r6 some
food "ali pl boWsh el- e The
IaII. willcb lL at ;-:W046and
it Is heipedthat a g i4avqeipwllibe
pmsent to witness use ethidbtda.



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JlMslM tm!alved hra beend

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Ms h ne tot -*
litved that Those ano
ld tosap of Itoxa
toomaitie plate eia
o ahe bill re-t aRun
epared to
of thUiw
aest asw u those
* records, ion hat hi
at @oineo jtion of the
hemn bteng pl< M^e t
n the mo.( .ieh" ,is
arope4 Of In this ee
1 oteewt New* Ow
(it k.''^^ .* *mv

Se~eps a nto proectIon from
ibo*. t
4Th no additional restriotlone
I 4 I
It pertalm wio ts about Ben
t'* *sujgton that Senator
be 96mitmntte4 '!loairsaldent.
Aid$rih 1* the mopt ardent of
pitrs." cd lo the personal
nitstlvMt **9 o ld Oil
us^ the Baot ut U ;. oSaBte,
Sthetoe .PeaU eliants
ain tlarwy ppropiate, Ots

d other hereto trom the fold

lete wbi was sttlelsd to count
ashito tay ldotis in the
at Atwnd tWhao tereO
10* 4' olieo on

I Itk ieet n

-(er* the fat
end thpn we.
ibkt f^^ ***

otarse sades stiskur,,,aha o tb OkhI

abINstil6, $eao at.
Bsame y of Ihe 3Webwitp| b

Wnyear I d
4 aui-tem- SS s~.
a a *d**,ag The shottrae do *a.MMio t
enha ^year. b is t. red hby
Pt's feakIw Wileon of the Depir#a
i' i tore, utter a tripthrwough ti
t& aege- means that the AMieriena pet
Bhe tisslt continue durtlg the apxt
,' ,least, to pay high pree to
e Speg ri ys the Qvlveland Lseart A
ele-a kea onueo of the advance ti the
e~eath, bo- sneR( aitt yea was the perth
hit a aide-o 4te whkicb of mtiil for th; ^bqel
*nerina were but 2S.086,P2 bashelsy a
117ea, 0 and buihtls e t rhA
aBrayed orttN yar, nd 00,00,00 hetay/

ikk~um ajl^. ^Xd^
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W thi hWorb T WoK

IA miniature rralway*i a tot$i= be
an Itaton at the or trt,

a*" d-Awn by bab "oso "..,
*Theo ithe Arlt Pa lau on asereed
tor th xi .s s, ;
Aminirfeature railway amet< will he

an aration at the t. air, .
thre ears drawn by baby who titeeaW
wil 6to. runo throughout tee ghnuiudsth

f t .. ..por .tg.. tor

The Oio"g' wh" it being
would not talk to his urtt *4 prob.
ably have ii tteal i4 htovrag that
sh avuer g.lite ai ;'nta

We offer O,- Hundred ZEoll as 4e.:
ao b u4ater.^Bit ; RaWl t<.b O

We, ,te tuneraigned4 fto Kown
P. J. Chaney toy the la $aro san
.belireu him pertety ba1St o ha
* sines tnuA-Bfcone aam
lble to eary ogt any o^pIg^1
*g^-^^W lx^^:*&4^

b wst t e u t l I e1 n e st w i t h a . V i e I

.pt7kedtha. YMet b tit al4W

nh M$ 0an: B e Se r s l the rI

andAw bo t ab*nplt stays spthe that le
to te bt Iterts f ot 8ateleo e et wenre they h
ZI yes bhtse a valuable ~*pieeor *ry em$4 ~rwheenh .
W. woald be foolish to dapee o atS O.ngrown e
^li Val, "b1

R~meduce4 prce when by holding it, it __
wead raualyadvan*us. This it- h soehngo
t'is s a: Tali terro.t p o te t
hs beeh Washi.bngton sad we *ll
d h5b o ld t i t bwlreaohof 4ea7
mors a ee ussadyt

eSad S It they fall to 5Ses

The *ill a g buVill*
astly 'eesWid old their a 1
veado de as .n agg.h i.4 i99d to^^e^^ "


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6 <. ip8i 041Attnd
East ~F&S~nu
"o4 ""'0pi^?SIN|^ -Jlq I

s ot EZpenss sidhe.Isruto
will p
ura. E069lle4 f tdct a or yonu,
aaes 4 Partate n shed theird,| tre to the

se- a be.t of phrq.
, M:le studenb will. be under strict m
a S;*disjicipiJBne, Al reietsae ^uh

ae, g A tulber Of c et are 8taine4, All
188, horollhly preio41. $eatly Mll ootzn mer
tW41g 6t1. dt4tte, $.,h #

a: alyo e pl aha
t1lt too e*o In the s'ates hcas ^ be
hiealth r*eord thenEs 4 e ndy
Ad al g. 0", h0. 8.A *0 of `IVA
a ay "Th asipizae Apap to be perfet.'4"
TUIIO PRli $'or ctalognes a4reep

lJatMG$llms, u

49 nGMlvlJe, fla
a sRIO


o wV J aithe I

46mel0 the~ bedil of ~$her wbnkin
9 bethtll 6tt^ r ib u rea est
lj apet f th $|te han l)a. L

1pidaW, These wor W
|gt (el'e yew ara :o i h*
op sutones ~enyoicalo lt'
b o wthe 'Oonditi ot-f Labor .
.:bThip thter solemnly deolares tkht3 it
OtK o4y' tbo 4'Aty of 'ofthe brt
soialyseh duty of the obutoi o
HBOues SthS most falr-nome~ntous of ^;qua^t'
stp.Th# ~t)4u4 pararp~h of Ot.e
y b'etas witi h thit emphatle use
400pl0 000 A -

Sa4 a e, and there o!n be nf ito
owiattr that eome remedy

arethe are minrty opt
WIaL tod o g the

t h*nxte cot Webap, swhih

o*k sids ow"o
Iih 1eidtae.w aiaor of tks )op rh

ago gahe#1
11~ ~~~~1 46tte orl te of
'Agtthsae of ired rish meh
49ebewi able to lay alpon themase
o ppwse aake little bew 4ban

mli jj itel77 ,
"Tlheaptri* of ie lester fve jpl7
et to t who wou *a
shagesoptltht I sallaggo

e56 $ip ieagagie 0t thq Pope. 'to es*
Rel< bhrween for the sb
40t the Iih4tgeu, az4 the as Ith ~
tid a oan's *uih oot of the attal
of ohr*
"Itte l ife tfat Zn, thle ter r tg*e
Bnoe tallent to Alothowwho bewoel o

t*p o Rib h oof 'roh is6 e sad eobes ,

une was bikgua of thes h;eaogi.
**14%*ofab the t tax moreases
AM8ty i$eot'. w ette cit opeit lee
16 N Mhe ,for asjBth qi: iwttn
tt^^s:^1^**1^. P

ini til

aspira tji A
t4,, Isn' Atay 4 Ytfra.
Ca zti^^i, s. $'.. July 27.-seigeznt
Jaines ^o(iadon, the oldest a 'e lxitn'
the untd Mtesaryt in arivey ser
'vice, (4 suddenly atL his jYald eathi
Sin lls eity :i*da. Wor the past 8
yearn ij ha s ten on duty at te Soutlxf
Carolin& illtary academy' a*St3
;ler. *;itatnu Condon'w was 7 yearS
a^ d.' : w*as 1or in QueAbec, Cal'a
a." etllated s a drxoixm tW boy
w hen le was 10 year old. He hadlxt
lepg since passed 14e ^ae rto tethie
lpent, *,W refused a pension. deftmi@ -x~gt
It&tantIt able to 1poyrtnor actve .rty.' g
;y g d A' *' *''"**-.-' ^ ^ *' Ba''rypo' i. e.'.,' ,;.' ^
hoX, pin,., Jult SA---44 .a;* No:
te.te 'Wa Klo<^: Jer*^tt J*assgn, hr Whi~tiD
Mitt .^i^^er:;o u!tt tra pl*
too TregresnatiiteU tor a tocal trawr s f
lex 4*eutIat* nd teqlw \ t. bor
Smi~iitti's saloon He Mlr.'led ath's *^
eon aet *atlA lllyurea sitoh by ash0SS
a tit before iy tell. The ow was
gverw *ecoiunt. Jaruigan was aea
o* the bltxe kuowi ;m en in thi6 aootton.
cottain core Hurft aritain.t
.Londe ,:, JulyS onpoyi itot a
question to the house of common GQ<-WiIU
erax Baltour, president of the Qooard
pt trades said 100 cotton fa toi Ip Lcncasme e Wtet w*orkat on short time
an that 880Q000 orv f at*
tested. 'lthi was due to the ifldll4tt- ;
ty la sepri~sa raw cotton. The q^ue Rotue
tion of 0tton grown in the Drituhin S
emp~iril4 order to Areite a eupgl) out4
,ide 1*41t of -a, adthea. etatet of
Amuerlee. was rect.enl, tcrefsetlos
sideratlo apnd the board of tnrade was
prepawo to gtlv any prgdteble be. he
to tlhoe Sabmws~tM In the saane.m

a-,t ertr : t--a e *
* i h*tfa wt#e Ils S bS

ore bl X t he atate ; tt 2e S ) *
He w **te) utd mM ^t t****..
troat te qoqn* ipt* alscr s toatet
i.l we asss bav*eg m
a 5*t eS~squ s oe
*orb e.

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ON Vica^

OU .
' wt

I Wasi

IQ8 *iA(
vea rod


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bel~ whioi
Uervant into

egroes Us

00 pciaSi~~ 'wyf

GLu, w, J; asieaterigAO, W*M^ iwa r u wasppara
^^ NttrtwethreGmen w;a( w ith halves ind
ndW. Hous in tbhe w.ame miin'r,
it"ltt to heieved tht e i
w~erered i h~e huiro).
4LAQlotPA. ple whoD hear the 4$rlin ghtb~
lv-?lwljt wtasta pMogrset satgrb W
(Iiil@ api FPutarit the Eravest *as are was tor a
~~ '4 *fronK the notes of 4.he tp
a gt. ^ A .l sp ;,a wo*'ua thaiit.^.. the; ..: i*t1

47 ghrebwas crwe to %
i'^da.To M1^1sty

*gcttn r*C4 ***ag 1 -~
-* 's tokEx dn lou,
go New Yofk, Jaly $8a-r--not
B ~ K.afia pi'l njfm M g t a 'lL' s esm '." a s*'' w ,*. ', '*r^ **r"^...; sl*r *
&^Z3^W-'%M W''*<' ^ at^* -yW-Ca r ^' *1 'shnta of tod'*'*:*! 1 a^^ rt 's.''

inavy- 41 *
rt froM
L big bbt-
AtlanUta. rn
^atly pleOa& -
o the Keakt.
SretPads a

l nautioj
d1 oqne-h, g
1i per1-
jorce thrq".
on account
xuimed 114*
V coInsuU1b). I
8; averae I

aleh ts otva 3
'rom. gentle

gpped 41'00 1,
t-A hundre4
0.000 pountsi
Sacramento.. ,n
FO number 6bf
Is beyond 0g*
boutaine&d 4)1,
3Botl th the raxll
chardtist. S0 I
tardable tot
on, or 1',0o0 W

00 carloadt ,
0, IBoston a *4 '
kinds 4f C;l.
ported o by
e orliti'odiltah A

;xI4ths i 7a


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skking tbeoea

sati we sazbeelta
-GehamReolved Sev*e
at attir he aetionl of
*o Immis.lIhe t. I
R t~jIha utset S324 C
Le to a of thaoof;'O

(qy '*S of the 0teansd
^W, ^^Ltt^

sik toJeBt h,

~headses was ws as ota

P";; mil R ow,
lii n i~F-' a'* ja^*'^ t :
se of EMij. WI#, I.'
-am with abeSm. m
t law p~resaj Zte. and

@tvrqe ha>d retonned

a ed sChoo house Aue
*utepe of the qWarter-

e hainia **mandf o
Mr. 1wTevene itha *e
goe& pIae and it s to
4 |,tiRfli Maah soot

Hall^N^ s t~o ber

Snstit tot lto. b('l~d
tewhool house Aungt
" *I of the' a
unanm of easpeakt

rebncomplected to

lin poga thas
r..d ot..|lM

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I~ the .au~
P~ukaey eta
Pea. upoua tI~
whiab baa t~

faror of

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