Sumter County times
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Title: Sumter County times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: D.C. Hull
Place of Publication: Sumterville Sumter County Fla
Creation Date: June 3, 1904
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Sumterville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bushnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Sumter County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Sumter -- Bushnell
United States -- Florida -- Sumter -- Sumterville
Coordinates: 28.663889 x -82.114167 ( Place of Publication )
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General Note: Published at: Bushnell, Fla., <1937-1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 11, no. 29 (July 3, 1891).
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I' kY, JUNE 3. zgo4. No, 40

New Yo Some *far f SOMETHING.
Isa d. at t one of our !o"ur i es
in particulae.i
n";,'^-* I ,The Bevill Hotel and Mnost oP e' supper was forth blnefitn the church Says He Could Not Vote for
*I1,Os.V By the Governor, Attest:.. private house are full of boade o ad the proceeds wi go t ard coil. Broward and Retain ils *
(Signed,) many tCoadboy areherwo -w Sins Ing-It.rw
Jmo. L. CRAwroo in thecking hou. EXItOS Self Rspect.-Broward
Secretary o State. Owing to misulldorstadinj .--ple- ,'/ Didn't Keep His
mr T6....a ve. and foregoing is atruo and nic Raturday was very noe& failure. To cold draughtl o. ni rt keen and Promise
correct copy as appears on record in but we will have it oye S sweet cutItI gK windC aiidden el oln t.,r i> ,. Pron i. e..
this office. day when the people tot busy. pera'tirn, scanty clhlthit l undie ex- -
,(8gSned) H. c. w tat. Mr. Dan Smith i- d a flourishing pVsur of the tlaaat neAcf tter Monticello, Fla., May. 2.-Hon.
11 S-ecarMy of State. business now and h Id he help It public ll. enkinr aInd- inti.ll, brlni no Dannitte H. Mays, late gubernatorial
Talla -----with lai, a hhis o IIohenice rk Ma Archi. o ad oo Ba rd' lre andidat. and one of tuhq truest and
ilh hIs thre anii sad Aohiounla$d d I d ii. Vt ad cleanest men in Florida, has I" sued the

Kt C--. H. Sh... l.alvitin Ms. 'ev' .ir.tont CommoelatInstitutl lopenl n ' ret my failty e to win or.ly for tU
l M'L e ... ...P..... idl aron antnd oh Dou. o8baha fo the e nat oeontJUp th homes to thpqlgog

Mr m Bridget hisnapde t a. "a ndneebS.atuday hbetwn oentr light. ..thlar in agas spr 2'ng free I msado the rceo as an ludividua with
Shn Condr' and Mr ar o H. .ni o L. following open letter tdvdual oleofhp
iiifn.^ ln will soon put uBdw ofk etn godeoleft In any thing they under. Oranoprins" 8--4t. of our0 state without prejudice. ,
i lof ,C nR POurNtown. .e. ro* a Nor man e mor loyl to Florida,
fip lBo ColCman Shingle Cou they rm ....... TNI to tn bd intoret of all her people, S-S
Snwy with ther STCAH NE Th Ta ..... n .Th.. word-b '..,w orprouderT of thI honor than I wouldDA:-
wll bscutting .hn^ la Dr. D. A Thofomason the popularI appreciate fully the support o

*.M e-J- Taylor j.id. Miss dentstr pa-sed hierI Mondayo, iruhptae ihu nly rnue rty ,Nivormally An to my i future ore I thgov camernor.
wI t o wok m L vit to he Mr. Earnes.u B nis o ,t w. oomnuwmtroia nsttutndy lopehann June nd t my failure toon u skod by good friend.
Ise< -digtt*Alu o. .. ,. pIs.th forel ale fifth s tleln in summer isimplypony that n aooomest of Mr.tl
M Bridge"h"a.d are seen nic at the river Saturday. world bathino 1m r the enree. ani Brwad'e maelue as an individual wi
his pretty ot, M and Webster. 'mm Coleman shrestoodaer a interested. re 'j. hdn In, wrantod attoksn me i tn his ba.
iriln ndy and M.r in e t. Catherin e Sundayfavor of Our boys don't pry all'thee vs, you palln literature, which he promised to
will soon men u n Mr. Earnest Briles made buh will they u nder. orange wpig r ot. correct and never didthat my' prejudice f.
vetkmatoes. Mr. tapto do.kel ru No man tan bwillhe more loyal to Florida,
fWauihulln e y ta T h h s' ciesod good rr iedperh W suppobeInterests of all heronl him

of Fi3n(l w returned home family" bot u severe .nhy, broochi I will vote for Robert W. Dav/s,
S a y t .Ctheir S, rliT AkinA [d late o re s et; or prouder ofthe hotrr...than I would
wi becutting shin ne last Dr. D. A Tho' ason the popular ni, tl' athlnw r kt Gee. D.ab. MAYa..
lop ileTayWIloker returned home ntist, pas here Tueay man yrup. The t iei As to future course in this cam
hesitto herMwe, sA dCom o atnd at isreesdAce IIlhLa o a h Mr.te paign s o often ll asked by good friends,
SbeMr. Earnest Bres attending ed thool wticooch, were us of villa, W p Nohle u ihinell. Fnuth : 1Ilnn.. after having :psnt over $. 000o
ausilo for the past ten nie Mary and atelle Puelrday. l un On, W 1eber, Dniamond Dru Ltonre i wth th li bcious, unjust for an .
o lon.is- "d iorseday.. Wildwood. uI orrue.aI witho nt r ier w n hvis d /ca
ontourtoshingt thramill. in St. Catherine Sunday, a compliteray tur which he promised to
idsfouroar loads dsy, the ner Eatere, Mies Mary and Ebtelle Notice. Liver lcorre blt and never did ,'that myd f.
Srarleln ne prices; our Fr ., spent several days hee thss Allparties waihing pay their er. well mn ct will have parouhssed way entirely
have su ely b aen bls d this week, vt iting relatlvd, taller notes c4 do so by sending us 't 'l 'ebad t ll w
Mr tgettinggood pioes for all their After a two woeks stay In Montl. obeoks or money ordered, and we will ne Uiltf a tlrial, rn you ipr chiive rt^a^n r
;they are going to how there ap ollowth his parent, Mr and Mre. turn them their notes on receipt of more lhan pired will tho re
lton of this b hlaing to them by M R. ell, Mr. John Fuss e ll return, ame, au we have all notes in our bpeo. It cale ft me e nt i p
w nierhurch. ed to St. Catherine Tueiday. sehilon. Thanking you all for pRobertt isr W. DavisinI
tsn months are puttending up M. Dr. Noble stopped atero ting whratd here I0s d fi'l b texpleatAoratioIvan.

torytore for neral ford Hoe Fridayevening, enroute to youdxt on Yours truly, h Not Le Very truly,
the west side of ralSBartow to be present at the Woman' i Kngs. tIMOUH AWAR Co. a You D.. Y
or Mr. o Mslsionary Assocatlon. Webster, Fla., May 11. l dlltio
Wicker returned Meis Minnie Boulder of Tmpa, ha n Is Jsayt
bee ate como to wpend several wee-s with To Ocenl T A RISK ,
vil, W F Noble I ndai Fnd late here. he aftenow Inlir having spntvrynveihrhoo
bas b acemusic for the pat tn Mis t of Mrsn Min sel Bradford. n,, theb died erumin d rugtitdaturs taiia
Sday. Idwoad.1rotile. wit hott reltewaadvar or

tom at the ma Y lye accompaniedby
are realizing fine prim;eople evunrI ws tsent6vr days here this A parties wishing t pay their for. wellanday. Ifruidwii.
v 'suly b tbsedo h week, visiting relatives. of aerlli badlsthaih.hi
Sd sbyeniguif foa lthi Aftetantw woeekss M Niiatliourcta'
going h b alok.Wlis, Parn s andMr. turn them their notes on receipt of iore thn ied wi, the
ion of this blsing to them by a. a ll, M r. John Fussell returnsam, as we have all notes in outtiilit2 pit.Per
the wesat side of rail. nuartow to be pr esent at the Woman's KIROGHARWARC YouCA
Pe a Mine Minnie Boulder of Taupea,

^^^B r. N!!3o!?!

Peimlient Alachua iltilene Arrmeted.. i e.po1it 14fpes.
There w a senattoioal scene its Inllar s, a anegro mu air, U l
the oftce of County Judge Mason it who wa bbrig l w life sentaseie nla |e 5
Olevlle pt w Mthe pt wee h tupiatl es camps d6 Varuael th.
MKoL. OGtady. George K. hdZhu eand s, near Peansoola, e.3eaped troe the
J, B. Itroble, well known white cit.
Isas ofH igh *prlngs. and dward guards aD1n algt the past week, as the t
Beas. a negro of the same place, were convict were being escorted from the I
arraigned upon a charge of selling turpentine orchard to tho stockadeo. sawban
liquor in a dry county. Perdue rag in front and made a breakk ws aI
The arrest was the outcome of a re- for ilbety, just as the edge of the s meas a
vival which has been held In High orchard was reached. None of the Amalm i u
springss for the past three weeks. Bher. guards c uld give pursuit for fear that Oarkiutlaim dMetad w
Iff Fennell made the arrests. the otheriong Ic, of which there were ,s teSnaNo wof h
Five warrants were sworn out thirty orforty,, would make their s "
against H. McL. Grady for selling cape. ..
beer. His bond was laced at $250 The b AhoInds were placed up. Teatt*, Portland*e ote~age
for appearance on June 22, which on the t*Il of the negro am .oon as
was promptly given, and the defend. the other. onvicts could be put in the Periodical headaches tell of fre
ant released. George M. Rogers was v odckade. mad the trail was followed mnale weakness. Wine of Cardul
placed under a bond of 150 for his ap. until the Pxt morning, when the ne. cures peianentl ninet ot of
pearance on Juno 28. ro reach 1 *creek and by wading e., tearint down I oar
J. N, trobl.e waived examination in the weer, threw the dogs from yfetnale weano a Iryou
and gave a bond for $125 for his ap- the scent. asure and doctors have
pearance at the next term of the Perdue li sent up from Hillsooro th at is the best reason in
circuit court. Edward Bas waived ox- county, ha ag shot a man at Musco. th u should try Wine of
amination. and his bond was placed at gee last No ember. He had served only bedaoh Remember that
$125, but falling to give it he was re. fivo monthW of the life natence. He Seure botUlt o Wine of ,
handed to.jall. Is known a a desperate man, and Cardul
Mesars. Orady and Stroble are High onte before made^ attempt to es. ir
Spring merchants, and their arrest cape from tie guard.
was a great surprise. It is said that --
Grady was selling a "pop," and did PoundelSueceed Ouftmani n
not know that It was beer, The eVI- The annu l meeting of the board
dence will develop fects later. It is, of trustees tf the East Florida Bern. l
expected that other arrests will fol. inary was hell in Gainesville the past fl
low. week. There sere present: Hon. J. D. th
The warrants upon which these ar. Watkins, of ichut, chairman; Hon. A t
rest were made were sworn out by i. H. Baker' of Sumter, vice presi- or
affidavit of W. R. Thomas, mayor of Idont; Hon. G.otige W. Hyde, of Alac. 0
Gainesville. hua, secretary and treasurer; Hon. J.
SW. Watson, 'o Letters Patent Issued. Porter, of Du I, and Hon. C. M.
Letters patent have recently been iBrown, of Ma on, Smke Fr S l Lecmeti e Whelme
issued for the following pow conipa. The first bua nese before the board moke m Smlle ive Wolmo
nies formed In Florida: vai the clec tii of officers for the Ehen Is o Mice lT dbe
At Quincy, the Quincy Fire Depnrt. cosuing year, hlich resulted in the Ten men were suffocated by gas
meat Company, with a capital of $10,. re.-oection of the gentlemen who have from a small locomotive In a mine tun.
000, to conduct and manage an as. on a:iccessfully held office for the past rol near Williamstown, Pa., Wednes.
sociation for preventing and extin-. trm. day.
guishinfl fires. Superintend 41t 'Oullilams, having Fifty others were brought out un.
At Tampa, the Anderson Lumber tendered his r'lsignallon, It became conscious, but will recover.
Company, with a capital stock of $25,- necessary to elpct his successor, and At first it was thought that fifty
000. to acquire, hold, develop, Improve Profersor Jere M. Pound, of Macon, men were buried in the mine, as the
and convey real estate; to acquire Ga.. was unaniatously chosen. result of the explosion of gas In one
and operate saw and planing mill.; to of the tunnels.
purchase, Import and dispose of all The l.oulavllol and Nashville has
kinds of timber and inanufactur? the completed preparations for th6 com.
same Into lumber. mencemnient of work on its new Jeffer. W H 'I 'L_.
Company with a capital of $30,0na, large quantities of creosoted pilings,
to buy and sell for profit, horses, itringers and "otur material have
mules and such other live stock as been placed on the ground, prepar. -
may be desired for the best interest atory to being used within a short THE UARAITEEDt
of said corpora'lon. time. The company has already placed
S-.-- a quantity of piling and a bulkhead,
For tome time a rumor has boen in order that a track might be placed W ORM
Blectrc Light Company (Loftin's) had is to b onue similar to the Comman-
absorbod the Electric Light and Power dlanele, Tarragona and Mulcozgeoe
Company (William Curry Bona). but wharves, except that it will have no 1T CHILDREN'S FAVORITE TONIC.
the rumor was not verified un'il a warehouses on it, except possibly a invRN I,.
few days ago. when the formal tynso fruit shed, to be constructed later. vts lsume I assP e PAI NLY
or of the business took place. For The principal use for this wharf will Ballard-Snow Liniment Co.
at both of the plants will ie he in handling the export lumberand aa, ILOU m, no.,
w mtnchincry has been or- timber business, which is now handled
soon as it is inrtialled at Muscogee wharf exclusively. The
urilshed from ntthe latter will then be ,sed exclusively Re K

be made The B4ate School for the Deaf and ma m m
ly. As Blind is closed for the term, and M o faa of I di .
rred the eighty.odd children have returned
o their homes in different parts of
remain until next fall, IS FOLEs

their studiesF 'Y o
,f the princl-

bw L4, L OOUILL, Pa-
D. T. mstnrvillet
IM &00. Weter .


~6sI 'c DIndanCs



W M atmes that a ig
U bd 4O W* O atk 11 -
an effective eumy o the *oll w.*' |P
ell '* :i:
a will be Immediately ltrodused
late the tton state. The latest
signtlcance is attached to the disoo ,
fry, whichh was made by 0. r. Cook,'
hle botanist in charge of tropical ag.
ricullural investigation of the bureau
of plant industry. Cabled Instructions
have been sent to him to report im.
mediately to the department wt, a. as
siatance he needs In the way of ngen
and money. the
During a trip In Central America last
year Mr. Cook discovered a cotton, ortit
grown by Indians. which gave evi. rwe-p
dence of being.1mmune from the at-
tacks of the boll weevil and on or- .ad
dora from the department te later be- .ot
annann Investigation In certain points t et ie
n Guantanamo and Mexico. Aft. Cook's dried build
investigations have been in more or fame
ela accessiblo regions in the prov. ame
nce of Alta Vera Paz, Gautemala. twea $*8
The weevils lre present there, but the AiMt Aflig
nveptigationa show that they are up. total
uestionably kept In check by the's Tie fIn
presence of one active enemy in the
hape of a largo reddish brown ant. most 1i
which is attracted to the cotton by the curred la th
ood which It secured fr :-i notln of Hundrede of
oral nectr.rlcr. Mr. Cook a .nvistiga. Ing shelter
ons show that the s *iti. spread poeal
themselves over fields of to:tan four
r five to a plantsand that they are
instantly engaged in the destructon Io0
the boll weevil, lug
*-- belig
Advertising Agency Oees into ani
Bankruptcy Court. not
a i 4Co,. an advertsling agen. moent
a 1n. which, together with ia lea
vu^ cern, tho Dr. Green Ner lap
to 1y, whilh was ompe;led stre
ln Isa e 'ling, filed a potitlon aide.
triot ntitlni-ted States dit. bunmn
itme, d"ay. T7-, tosa liabil- ftare
at &1, C Co r rapresected whc1h $1.20o,300 i the
is dslltributed r"' H. Tir, totil awe*.
Itors. which are over 7.000 cred- Lnt
paper companies entirely news- Keya
gor to the Paclfic ad from Be n- Ing a
The asta are Re
at $30,787 la aIn nominally coat
couate due, of wh l000 in
by the Nervra l


Request ol Def1 e In Soul
doer Case Refused by
A dis ,ich from (1olumb
*ays: Cireuit Judge Erna-t G'try
aveday created a motion by the
torney of Morgdn, Thrallkill to a
the body o? B. B. Burton, cf S
whom Tl.r.lilkill as charged wit
Ing, to be exhumed to r6'"mit
seircb for a bullet e*n ;"ed to
B'rton's body. The jud.:c ha
there was no law permitting su rI
owsne 0 `

Firing of ig Gune Shakoes Down R
School4ouse even Mile Awvay
Detonations fro ~the test of h ry
artillery at the oernment pro g
grounds at fRady ook besides -
In, minor atUiagi has wrecke a
portion of a publl chool bulldln in
Coney Island, save miles distan
The boy pupils o Injuredu b b e
falling of a parlof the collin in
one of the room nd the other bit
dren were throw 1nto.a panle.


iloopssmM Trap Laid by Japs at
Loss Fa-agceg


en inI

on the
their wor
the weat.
w as at H
left at N
the patron
rife of bN
crowned its
tended arou
been placed
and around
and eastern
made wire <
Another It
with wiro e
from Yen C
of Tallenwaz
Chia Tien, I
Chou. A atr
posted at Ki
Vice Admirn

siuth on the utmo Tuns
,rd Port Arthur.
the high ground
e of Taltonwva IW.
ding to the east and
tesRuMssian right
o and the extreme
Shill. Thl hill was
of the line. A me.
strongly emplaced,
while rfle pits ex-
sides. Mines had
down on this bill
0, on the northern
ore stretched well
efemse protected
onto extended
Near the head
uo north of Ua
s south of Kin
lan force W"s
itl from Toklo
as established

Such bi Unconfirmed But Seeminlnly
Rdiable Report Reaching London
News Agipcles.
The Shan.Kal.Kwan correspandont
of The Dally Chralleklo (Lonlun)
send a report received from Niu-
chwang that on May 23, thinking that
the Japaneme had retired from PFng-
WangpChoeg, 15,000 Russians, from
Hal-Cheng and Llao-Yaui, ir. arched to-
ward leng-Wang-Cheng. They were
surprised by 30,000 Japaneso in the
Tatang pass. The Rusalan casualties
were 4,000. Over a thouzund ltus.
salas surrendered. The report dous not
state the Japanese losses.
Jape Take Kin.Chou.
As o lated Press advioes from Che.
too state that it Li learned from a
reliable source that the Japanese ;ook
Kin Chou Thursday and are now pur-
suing the enemy.
A dispatch to The Central News

a complete h l und the south. (London) from Takto says the Japan.
Japs Nearing 'Port Arthur. ern end of L insulaa. This ese have stormod and captured the
A spaclal from Toklo under Friday's completely on Arthur from town of Kin-Chou, .bout 32 miles
date was as follows: "The Japanese the seaward b marks tthb north of Port Arthur.
are now within twelve miles of Port opening of th investment of the After the occupation of Kin Chou.
Arthur, and the Russians suffered town and Its to actions. the Russians rttired In good order
heavier casualties than the Japanese to the belirhts further smith, which
who have taken guns and other ma. WITH A 01WNANIMOUS were attached by the full Japanese
trial and a few prisoners. A further I. force and carried after a stubborn
surprise is predicted as Japan is now Presbyterlene So at fsfelo Favor resistance.
Increasing her efforts In all directions Ule o he V us I e. In an earlier message, the corre.
The Japanese captured many guns at A special f om Buftlo, I Y., lays: epoondent of The Contral News cabled
Kin Chou." The general soneIl of the Preoby. 'that the Japanee spies lia adas er-
Was sanguinary Conflict. terian church tJli united States, by tainted that the Rurnlane had thirty
The latest reports recolved In Tokio an overwhelm vdle< Friday, adopted guns at Kin Chou and numerous
indicate that the storming of Nan tHie report of to committee on union.| mines and wire entanglements at all
haln hill Thursday was a bloody af- with the Cumberland Presbyterian points where a Japanese attack was
fair. church. The r'aolutihna adopted In. e xpe(ted,
The Japanese first centered their clouded not only favorable action on i The orr(-rpondent of The Central
fire on the Riusallan batteries, in vhich the report, but reconamended certain News at rlo rableH tha'. the Jap.
they were aided by four gunloats other steps to be taken to secure the anese attacedI(l Nan-Kwan Ling, on the
from Kin Chou bay. They succeeded In union of tho churches and to make narrowest part of the Kwa,.n-Tun Ipe-.
silencing many of the enemy's guns. plain the position of th church. The ninsula Wcdiinsday and d rove back
The Rilsslans had constructed a P,,. question of proposed basis of union the Hetuselan by matn force.
'rios of trenches around the hill oni will now go to the presbyteries of : Russlano Thoucht Town Wan safs.
a terrace protected by wire entangle.. tho general assembly. If It is approv- A Ht. Peterpburg npicial says: rhe
mnntH and other such devices. cd by a vote of twotlitros of them generalni ;tff is not In a pcsltion to
The Jnp.anese made a series of lite necer, arv stltpg will be Lnake at confirm or epiy thle 'tiln report that
rushes, but they were in vain. The ile next general assembly to effect the Jalpaneoe have ccupled Kin Chou.
deadly rflIe and cannon fire of the the union. 1 The latest official Information rotard-
enemy cheeked them repeatedly. The announcement of e reaul Ing fighting In that vicinity was con-
Finally..at 8 o'clock in the after- received with great e Iering. The voycd in Gonoral Kuropatkin's tole-
noon, the Japanese reformed and vote was taken on the fro owing prop. gram, which sild that the Japanese
stored the crest of the hill. The ius. oaltlonsr of James D. Mc. att: had tost 700 on May 18. This agrees
siani held to their position dogbgedI "Shall the report of thll joint com* with information con gained in the As.
at4Lt was 7 o'clock in the evening be. i ittee be adopted? soclated Pres dliiiatches of May 25,
o l Q Japanese finally gained pos. "That the question of b is of union general Kumrpatkin apparently ac2ept-
se of the ridge. he sent down tu theo re: iyteries be. ing the report from the sam Chinese
A a l msia oflcer of high rank made fore April 1190, for a(lon. source.
the f ftui statement to the corre- "That the report' of the esbytorles It would Lt, a great :nrplril to the
pond 0 'of the Associated Press: shall be submitted 'o the general as.- authorities in St. Pelcrsttrg If the
"The t'l hanese In attacking Kin sembly in 1905, and if ap ip vd by a report of the capture. of Kin Chout
Chou nr.i Nan lShn hill had to fight two-thirds vote, the .ico'a ry stops should prove to be true. The impres.
against ft q odds. The Rusalans were shall be taken If the wa be clear, uion heretofore ontertained that Kin
In full (,i tand of the s'ragetical to complete this union. Th the as* Chou would prove a hard nut for the
advantages co rdcd by' nature, and s ombly places on record t t Its re. Japanese to crack., d that its rodiuc
these advant ait" ere augmented by vinlon of the confession o faith In lion would nef a,.cg g raln nd call
the newest Inventl6'ti for defense. The 1903 has not Impaired the In grity of for careful, approaches which would
forts ,on Nan Shan Pill were armed the system of doctrine taug in holy oncitpy the enemy for a long time,
with heavy guns. The Japanese had ncrlpture, The opinion of the beet autiWcrtiles
only field gKns, heavy gpns being n. la that if the Japanese rudtlel Kin
available on account of the difficulties TALK REVLRTS TO GORM Olou by a frontal attbak, untsuppotted
of transportation. by heavy guns, which It is no' be-
'"Or army deserves great creditt Marylander DIscussed as Recepl Can. llved they possess, the capture of
for having driven the Russians from didate fir Preid ncv. the place must have been effected at
this stronghold; it was a feat provi. The Atlanta Constitution's Wihh. a tremendous lose to the attackers.
eusly considered to have been Impo n*gtol cor pondent wires th follow. Torpedo eoat Pight. "
eIble. log to his paper: .. etailled officlai report. o(f Vice.
"I fear our losses have been heavy, e recent poHltlil t event I 't royT ixleff of the torpedo boot do-
but we have gained the strongest traeted as much attention h in stroYer fight of March 9, in which the
point barring our way to the invest- Washlngton as the Maryland d Crat.- 8'reguleohtialsi was cut off and sunk
ment of Port Arthur." La convention of yesterday. i rait by Jalpanese cruisers pad the eight
The Japanesa swept the Ruasians are pointing to the platformI an of the following day in which the Jap-
from Kin Chou Thursday morning and ideal statement of the campaign anesa torpedo bhot was sunk by a
In a desperate night attack storm' from the democratic atand o t '1 trpeto is published In St. Peters.
ed the almost Impregnable position is inevitably being comparl jburg. The viceroy lays stress upon
of the Russians on NBan han hill. resolutions adopted by the New ork the great delicacy of the destroaSras
west at Talilenwan. democrats at Albany. and& torpedo boats and the ease with
The battle'raged In the ilill all "Beyond this, hipwever, stand Ith which they aredisaabled by a projetile
through the night and telegrams from great mantrfesattion of enthu i0t the engine room. The whole of
the Japanese headquarters reported over Senator Arthur P. Gorman, i t tp engine room crew of the Vlastlin.
that th eensggement was still In taken together with the high co Hlitl ws driven to the deck by the
progress an0 that the- Jappnei6 are ehentary resolutions adopted las esaping steam and the boat was s V-
still pursuing the Russiaans south of strued 4a moaning that the democa ed only by the heroism of the eaOli-
fta4mlbp and the head of Talleuwan of his stato Intend to present SIn nser, who, though burned and scalded.
b1y, The Russians had made elaboe. Orman s as receptive candidate went below 9pd sueooeded in Agaln
rate t roeparatlon to Ghopek the Japan. the pmidetlal nomination.'" getting up stan.

WIIN 'g uy Ko am ss Nis cOneON. TO O PS CATALOGUI NOuKNS.
:' ln s byeH IWoW ple U4, rns I *. S 1 eeIs..-. e
Sspot stsle. go g He is Ase
W-, e .ted in T s olmW war was struck
S Nt oww To* WySo t be au ild men 'At their sea
SSs dep i~u in mli Atls whom'bes *re*st n-

'6 be P A sWdo e" e meswarlu61

ISi ta.mi ad that all~en
hAS time b0 0 co1i
Part b* taken

~! bmberci4

Branch Commerc~ia8

'Depolits Received, rloney
Merchants, Firms and C

County Loans a Specialty.


k Jacksonville.

led, Accounts of
ns Solicited.

etrest on Time Deposits.


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GaI G~ood ok.

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not WHIAT YOU WVANT he will gat It forp)


Kin-Chou Captured After
Stubborn Resistance.
Daring Soldiers of
Mikado Faced
.- Big Odds.

A dispatch to The Central News
(london) from Harbin says the Jap-
anese losses during the fighting at
Kin-Chou are said to be twelve thou.
sand men killed. It is said these fig-
ures have been-confirmod by an of.
flcial dispatch.

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$U.Xi3StilSl I

Lecsburg and Coun1y State Bank.


Bumaineva Inrited.


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StI'ro I iti' Of ( ulllp)iii) ll I aI y ;I,'t.'t11 i ll Il'
Stlte, We' wnint your illisillesM ~ nd will alit tl d
lpromptlyl to iity in quilry Itllo it'o it;tli'llt e,
The Equitable Life Insjrance SocietY
Is Also Represented by D.Ae Hopson.

aIt' 10 to 1 you do Uf you an a victim
of malarl.
Don't DotW It '1e Da fem. a i
We'll admit it will cure mnalaia, but It l av
almost dedly after effoeut

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ad Sstomaoi, kidney d liver omaplainto .
so S caM. .lottl. All DrugileW.


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Raleigh, Richmond, Washington, Baltimore,
i Philadelphia, New York.

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'VIVtlcIAL EouIAN 14MTlIIhII ('4I1 nni lv Curld lv hiiltieriatla'9lt
I.C. ',. I11fKt 'r |)r. 11. Il It rlhiat', ni Pl0hdeliiGe sX '
.i. troilitl 'tit itiir 'ive clears wt it a sp i 'i
The ,.,tn. .i ,,rgrcir,< ai,,.,, i, ittilu', us , iti w hi ht ht o II1d. 4JV A1 .
s*d iT4JoSlihs iotlikle ,i Ic iitdi. "grIii ll lll:ir 'llll i, I i'i l'Ing l u 3 RO't, ? ,
and ill. it rat.1,11 Il'- I I %, lt,, t ilt r, o,, r 4:; 7W ,,,M h lit BLACK ROOT1
coined A& gn adv rtt slic, ,,i1diw. l1 0 liAd',ti e 009 ni lM t W O
r.., itide kniowin ,,oi,, ...o.,Im o. ,s.,,,,i,,, '' Ik- 11,,riol.,, hi,,s,+g lllul hol DOG W0 ,9
ii, s, t it ,I i ,ii ', It Cum the Chils that
hi M0110 th ......... t....... . afe ;liiisiit.t und `I10 Gmhm Toni,.
on i y ..ear.. --- ----.- t l'Wo ois i ,iu* if ti l ,,r.t u ii i t ". ,
.l.f a D A Ti.I Pii ti' tp iL . L .I I ,5 A iii i rig( u isiIs !i d i inl it il in l (l i i ,'
o..... ......- I To Confederate Veterans.
FRIDAY. JUNE 3, 1901. A Visit to the World's Fair. Headquarters Florida Division, United
--To fihe E di .r nr.. County Tlalen: Confederat,-.V< torans, Tallahassoe,
Some Facts. I take this method of sending greet"- Fla., May 12, 1904. [
A South Florida paper in speaklg of ings to all friends and acquaintances in COMRADES:-
the Gubernatorial race says for avis: Sumter and other counties. The evi- In designing the official route for
"No act of his ever called fori roe- dences of regard shown me in all my Florida Veterans attending the Four-
moval from public office, even I p- fields of labor will never be forgotten. tenth General Rennion of thn' United
ponents have not attempted t ihow They serve to smooth the turning Confederate Veterans, in General Or- I
where in one instance ho ever lot a points in life, and constitute a fond ders No. 46, want of iupace prevented '
vote or lifted his voice in boha of a recollection that will never fade from explicitness to sume extent. This I de- i
measure antagonistic to the wel of the memory. After spending two siro to remedy as far as po ;ible 'is it is
the democratic party or calculaid to weeks in Kentucky, I came on to St. the wiuh of the Cuinmand"r' that veiry
corrupt the domestic relations and Louis and was met by two nieces who veteran should Ie fully informed in Has B
family ties of the citizens of thistate. made mn stay very pleasant. One of every particular. The Atlanta or i U
He never engaged in filibuster "I.l- them traversed the Fair for three "Battle Field Route," is via Atlantic
tions, in violation of the laws the days with me. Coast Line to Tifton; Georgia Southern Thl
land, for the sake of gold, but a1 boy The Fair itself is ihe largest ever & Florida to Macon; Central of Georgia B
he gave his services to the Sthern gathered by the hand Eof man, in size to Atlanta; Western & Atlantic to I B
4.'onfederacy and followed its grlous 1240 acres, 12 large exhibit buildings; Chattanooga and Nashville C. & St.
banners until they were furled ; Ap- the largest the Agricultural Palace 700 Louis to Nashville. The train carrying
pomattox, devoting himself to cause feet by 2000 feet. As you pass from the veterans and their friends will leave
in which there was no hope or personal palace to palace, look up at the corri. Jacksonville, Sunday evening June 12th
reward, save poverty, sufferir and dors sustaining the lofty roofs, and at 8:05, reaching Nashville, Monday
the consciousness of a duty gloously then glance at the products from the evening at 6:55, thus giving all a good V
performed, whole world, you continually exclaim, night's rest before the opening of the
"We find him through Ihe darl days "Immensie! Wonderful! Beautiful! exercieics of the Reunion.
of reconstruction devoting his tin and Grand! Magnificent!" You cannot help If it is desired to go by way of Mont-
his talent in behalf of the domeratic it. I cold study the architecture alone gomery all that is necessary is to re-i
party in the hope of restoringwhiti for weeks, for the architects must tueSvt any Atlantic Coast Line agent in
supremacy in lieu of negro rule. have made a study of the Greek Archi- the State to make your ticket read via
"As a legislator and Conwrrsmar tecture. A. C. L. to Montgomcry and the Louis.
we find him faithful to every tist ir Every Northern State has a building ville & Nashville to Nashville instead
him reposed; s a private citise, hon. except Wyoming, and every Southern of as above. The train over this route
orable, just and fearless. He he beer State except Delaware, North Carolina, reaches Montgomery at 8:05 in the
attacked by his enemies as a dilroac South Carolina, Alabama and Florida. morning and Nashville at 7:16 the same
attorney, not in public office, hirepre. A11 of the other ten Southern States evening. Through sleeping cars rur
rented one division of the old Plan have splendid buildings Even the over both route% so that tiose availing
System, but on his nomination 41l Con rPrritories, New Mexico, Oklahoma themselves of sleepers will make no
gress acting conscientiously a/ ever and Indian Territory, have buildings change between Jacksonville and Nash-
and feeling that the interestaof hi and exhibit.. I asked in vuln for Flor. ville. If the number going will war-
former clients might conflict wch thi ida the land of sunshine, fruits and rant it, an effort will be made to run The bourne
interests of his constituents, iso Im lowers, the orange and rich hammocks, the day coaches occupied by the
mediately resigned his position as at the beautiful birds, the health-restor. veterans, through to Nashville so as to for en. -.a
torney for that corporation ad ha: ing climate, not a thing was to be found, save trouble in changing cars. St k to sel,
never since occupied a similar plitidn In the Horticultural building I supposed FRED L. ROBINSON,
What could a conscientious an onor there would surely be something. A Adjutant-General and Chief of Staff.
orable man do? A. governor th geontleman told me to go to the Conser-
State of Florida he will be the ver eatory and I might find some palms, A. A.\IMtElmiTl.\l(IHTENiX U'l
nor of all of Its people, Irrespec' e o0 )ut no! I was sadly disappointed there. "A niti living on I1 I:iri nei.r iisi Spring and Su
factions, and as heretofore hi preo here I rushed over to California .x. i,, i i In iahr irun ,, i,, i. aS p 111n11 '1
o a n r I gsil illi witi.riiuii it.. ; i-dn 'Ladies kiil fin,
served every trust reposed in dI ~ nibit of oranges and fruits in large 1)', ,1', i ilth,1,,l ;llr l iades ill fin 'a
that trust will be'preserved th, classjars, butalas!not a signof any.- itl in 1 itiil iisn ii us it .l i
duties of that office discharge satis thing from Florida. .said to myself ;fill it noiit .iil110 aitir -!iing it, i i
factory to the people of Flori an "This is a great mistake" But I sillup- lit 1'ii ;11'1 1i,.1I v 'i. 1,' i;.. C1' P
with credit to Robt. W. Davis." pose later on there will surely be some I ign. I told everybody that Florida is .tore i. .ilrai:ihti, : t -tri I iiw it i
What made Broward vote against th( out of debt, but that I was unable to Issil.1it nt-. i lthlr .Il Iiin, : 'tllvet i, i THE E8T PLA
bill providing for special damage explain why she did not seize this fine i t, bil, it' ih. uiiinrtii' Patwin P iaio ha i.I
against the telegraph companies foi opportunity to make her products. I hi 'it i tr ls. tlr aills i ti ii Ic
failure tpdeliver messages? known. gisftsin-l wtdi.iiFedale r.trs-, till'
e toman's State and the There were seven wonders of the
man who doellghted In having negri aniolent world and of these only the
man who delighted In having nTgtr Pyramids of Egypt remain. I classthe lAA WtW lT
deputies can never be iovewor. ThatIF St. Louis World's Fair as the eight p 'OR
one reason why Broward can't get it. wonder Its cost is estimated at fifty
Broward as a stock-holder in the millions of dollars. GOOD RESULTS
Jacksonville Ferry Company is a par. The seventy Pyramids can hardly be
ticipant in one of the most exclusive calculated in this age. AND
monopolies In Florldc and he lobbied Let every one visit the Fair that can m N
the bill through the legislature. do so without too much stral.. PR PT RE R
If Broward should happen to he Yours truly,
,,leeted Governor we wonder if he would J. T. LzoNr1i) SNIP vOUR S B
be as free with his negro appointmentF A sure Thing VEGETABLES Bu sh
as he was In making them deputies It i+ aid that nlltilnn Is ,r,. exi. pl
when he was Sheriff of Duvalcounty. t.er, truth, I..K. In' nl., ,, TO C. H, N, Norrs nd C ,,
A vote for Broward for Governoi ry fur l n' iilo n 1 i, u Illt, IS t .. ft 11 VIIn(-
would be an endorsement of his actior fo n ~o ,~ ithih B' Raltimore, Md.
1i1 working for the Flagler divorce bill. C- i. .'Vinallrl tit hepherdlitow w. litIIIWsKtfrt, i/.WlcfkfiURAI A.'.,^
It would be equivalent to saying that Va., 'aY"' : "I .tI a tvre- ,l ul -- i t t
Florida is not ashamed of theiniquitous lohlti. s I ind ior, u i ei vr P. D. GRAY, Dentist
in I lit rs ot, Put D.1RA1 Ii, rntt T R
measure. On. little sr fDi. -lInt's New lltI'.sv. WILI)WooD. FRI.OIA. |
Mr. Napoleon Bonapate Broward, 'ry thi-n curedt 5 ib in i' Located at the north-enat corner of
rittualllhh hlr(;rsstsp. Witlii IJ ing. C.Olif, Located at the north-e.st corner of
wh, seeks the Democratic nomination QGrIp i"""i, iioiilih' Inl (Aind Cl1.n mit llIon. public square whereihe is prepared to
for governorwasasupporterof a negro 'ry it. r'tItlariraiuelo 11by nil tri. B
republican for the position of Adernman 4.11S. Trial I.rl. s Iree. Regular do all work known to the profession. d Better and
of the city of Jacksonville ainst a S I.'i anId $1,o0u. r"Satisfaction guaranteed. than is Pc
respectable white democrat. l, ( do ---. ...... ... i..... ...._ .,
you like that kind of man for governor --
of Florida?
Itobt. W. Davis has said in unmis.
takable words that he will not betray
the trust of the people. Ie never E ly Bid C c t lI
has before, the people who know him
have unbounded confidence in him. liHe
received every vote in his peint at New Goods arriving bh the Car Load. Two
jority in Broward's precinct. Theresa Car Loads o NO N o. Ha jU8t received, Hre's
compri- for you. the place to get your Hay Jor $1.26 peri aL.
Mis Josie Sums.r. Breitowd. Tdx. New Summer Goods coming in every day. See e tire; no burn p
writes. April 18, 1902: "I hAv,. ued mount of dish r q
i3lliard's rhinw LiuiineiInt in ii y raiti) lig newo stock before buying etl erer bouL it. We pay fo
fnr thrie yeirs. I woilid l tn wishl.
fut i i thiire ii'. l hive i. ioI it io h-v-.- lve us a call and a
mr itIs gitirt for gr"l,,Ing !l. n I W A I sr T
h 'hlrknees. Ii ri LEE A.IrLES. r J.ht T. be
nillIlen fil.t with tireisd uiwel. 11 I *T. A s ,PlROalph. O
,* ntihsbel Ilntijnts 1 Cvr I' I S B" NEAR A0. DPOT. *
SSold he D r. K .it.
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idSale Of

Count of quality I Prices:

this County never had such
hoes offered before.

ey Is all that could be desired
lies and Children. A very large
ect from,

mmer Dress Goods in Abundance.
d here everything they want.




collins Go.,



Will Run Longer Without Loos-
8ssible when Set the Old Way.

TER, compresses the
metal cold; no burnt or
charred felloe surface
to wear away, but a
nard wood surface in-
stead; no steam and
water soaked, felloes to
shrink away and loosen
aint to replace. It 'gives Just the
uired; no overdishing; no. guess work
rall wheels overdislhed In shrinkil
ee the machine In operation.
iVelOne, Pr p.,
x1ord. riorl.e ,
M- -


SOnr business was 'trtIl veti '

i. m .
small but did not )'maln so-
stlairactiun of customols made
made the change.

Munroe and Chiambliss,
,k BANKERS, o ,
SOelas, Florida.
^**^** ^ *** *..

iIn....m... mS..wI.emi.... AUeW.at..

Butter on ice at K. H. (assady's,.
lion. C. Bevill was In Ocala Wednes.
Chairman J. M. DeWitt was here
Watermelons are leaving the county
quite lively now.
Jim Alasobrooks was over from Cole.
man yesterday.
D. M. Hopson, the insurance man,
was here yesterday.
Hay, Grain and Feed at K. H. Ca
sady's new store and prices right.
A. T. Coleman, candidate fortheriff,
was here Wednesday.
For cold drinks and confectionarles
call at K. H. Cassady's new store.
The few who had light attacks of
measles are out and well again.
Mrs. 8. N. Graham Is in Alabama en-
joying a visit to relatives.
W. F. Cassady is preparing to erect
anew building on the corner of his
town lot.
Hon. C. F. Venable of Center Hill,
made two trips to Jacksonville last
Mr. T. W. Graham came home frcm
St. Augustine last Saturday and wil
remain here for awhile.
County Surveyor W. H. Crenshaw
and Mrs. Crenshaw were here ruesda''.
Mr. Crenshaw was here again Wednes-





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On account of the deat
Fussell at Weblter, the e
general merchandise, exce
will be sold at cost. This
advertisement but the sale
order to wind up the esta
large stock and it will p
inspect It at once. (
ticurik Arrest,
J. A. Giulledgo, of Verl
Wo rl IWICle ii tl1w Itiplt ln
vrt! CasHi o)r plles caituiin L
lti, iitnw r. After ilhiulrr n illl
dilep ftiller(, Itickleti' Art
quit'kly urrietled fitil ter Il
,ind 'irir lMe hi n. It tr 'liqu'r
'll II 1ti. 2 cH it M at il lIrilag

To 'i eait'salife.' Dr.,T. 0. M4'ttr.,fI
Nuntl Mi no Aiuiin r),I Pa., made a stur~
ling~ tew mt raeuIungtIn it wonJeritrl .irt-,
,ie writes:I "A ptittivit wai til atiscki'i
wiih viitilenti.hiimrigss ,iadb

iilcraillion i I Pl R t iitillrn. t nelu dif.
len fouiind Eluclrlc HiliIerK excellent
for acitiie ltoiii ch nd liver troubles.
MW I premsrltitd lthen. The it atie l
iaiillit rl tii Ili first, :ai(d hits not hitl ,
in :li IiL'kl( u f rteen iU ntllish." IElrp-
rjfit llttrs iare pu*lvoil l.v gliuriintepid
lir l' ).\I Isl n, Ind)ie ilan. Uicin il'ilt.
Iln nt ilnd Kidney tritilems Try ihetii,
oinl. 60e at all drilwII-. ,

A Card to the Public.
If you want to make more do as we
have, we put 1200 Ibs of Kimbrough
Hardware Co's fertilizer on one acre
and bought one of their 2 horse power
gasoline engines and pumping outfits,
and we have shipped over 900 crates of
cukes and are still shipping. We take

For everything usually found in an pleasure in recommending both the en-
up-to.date Grocery, call on K. H. Ca- gins and fertilizer as being first-cl.
1ady, the quality, and prices will auit and in every way satisfactory. Had
you. we put in. the engine two weks earlier
we would have had much better suc-
Miss Emma Nelson, Master Edwin cese. CAMBADY & BIO.
and two other children of Mr. Ed. Nel- Sumterville, Fla,, May 16th.
son of Ocals, are visiting their uncle,
Gores Nelson here. hell ytou wat a pleasant physic
Cards are out announcing the wed. trChamiierlain's Somatch and Liver
ding of rol. O0 0, Mec ollum of Mayo ,,,ii t Iheyr..sy to ar bey anl
andMiss Bertha Brown at Webster (Iruiitlsitund t uedtlrinltialers.
next Thursday evening. T cU a OLD, IN ONK DA
C. W. Mann has bought out the mor. I'a'xe Lsxtvtiue lrotui) QulnineTubllet
chantile business of Dr. Knight and All driinals.l refutarilth ite liny iti it
has takenharge. He will not, t.aeroe- n111 h I E . rve's l tur
fore, build as he first intended doing.
K. H. Cassady has open up a nice line Oak Grove Picnic.
of groceries in the old Drug Store blld- The eighth annual picnic at Oak Grove
Ing. Everything new ithd fresh and at will be held on Friday, June 84th.
prices that will please you. Everybody is cordially invited to come
J. C. K. Bridges paid the TIMes' a and as there will he no barbecue as
pleasant visit Wednesday afternoon, heretofore, bring well-filled baskets,
John reports everything n a flourishing Refreshments will be sold for the
condition at Coleman. benefit of the cemetery as usual.
S. J. Gamble, S. C. Caruthers,
\Wagons by the car load direct from J, C. Hall, J. R. Fort,
\e factory, one and two horse wagons. Committee.
n .uit any one that wants a good H INE
on heavy or light, don't go away Will o)hsreinn hidulir'lin ie d .s1..
hole to buy your wagon when Wa 'lerI iiateiliiT the bow'ls 11111 cure
an do better at Kimbrough idw. liver lind kidney oiilntyiniil. It le
Vebster. Fla. 8-4-tf. th:r twli iithid w inirinehe and Invsnrit.
*- . 1r In tho wrld It I lit p rly v4'Kril-*
Sare a few of those lovely hats iel,. peri'ely hiirmnli.'*. 'lnui dhonld you
the Sumterville Millinery Parlor ba n *ilfrirer irom dielicase, iyou will
Mrs. Edwairds says she will uis it If yotu are wise.
at a bargain now in order to R. N. Andrewi, Etiltnr d Mnn
at a bargaino nodrt ,umit lindn ,ickleditt News .o r'rell,
out quick. $1.50,Ladl es Fin, writes: "I have used your Her.
for $1.00 and all others In bin" In my fuiillv, lanl tind It a iniMs
Every hat new and u4-to- ixcoll"nt mtediltin. I.s effect noun
myself have been a marked benellft. I
rpotummond It. unheiliatingly." 50o.
tS4 R. E. Wicker were iold by D. TI. Knl0hr.
an yesterday trans-
closing a land desl Neweasthingsout in Belts, Combs,
comes the owner Fans, Parasols, Ribbons, LaeA, Em.
Warm Sring broderles, and all kinds of ne) Dress
ratSpring Goods. Samples sent free. We pay
ration Express on all bills mounting to $5 or
Sover.-A. B, Bftrd, Leesbnrg, Fla,
ftona V W7

Non-Resident 'Notice.' Clf
I 'r-tilt 0'lii't. PIlth Juiilltl lr circuit ofi
;., ia i ,j folr Sumter County-InS L
E -'-v bill for Divorce. A
TildyUaIt iiter.fdendeni t. e
SThe comnitlatlnt hliavng i ade oath in tiwe We ha twve a la
Ibove stled eitt< that thl defendant, Tildr but little-that werl
I Ositirir, Is, hii beli r itxf a rsdsnt of the Stte nhoroughy overhaul
OR itleldr. Int litollo a ir,'ld tut u(atheitilf made sugcod as new
I of loridal, but fliat slitt, nu lh rolt esll rolao teed to do perfect %
That frvltIrifv i rl li|lt'in is i I a ip liad of "desired.
onlhet. AndlL Ihul1V ht, rq imV'ri*oI il f Wis 0xr of IWlll.
ty-one rears, and that tiller. is.l r ron We will sell the
otiler tlihan the dIef(eriidatit, service of process and each is a bargal
ulion wlom wouitii lood heuldt diefndanti. We are agents I
it l t iherteforc' orerid. adjudged and li Sewing Machinois-
ereed that ,ou. Tildll.vO.ntlittr, tipait'r and an Graphophones a
ewer ti' hill if 'ounthiali riiththil galn list Furniture and H
youl oil Ml(n, da. iii lviii dlY d of iiiiiiu, DI. to mail orders.
i04, provided aLtcuos (if Illi ulrir it.' liaul)b- Mr. L.4. Mille
llitbed otl. ritel wll.V l frP fu r 'riallti','utloti
wivtnki t llil' .inter oiit Tlln nl i nwi. O o
aliperir uilihhtilalltl nitt ilietrv llhi i II il sum. sui
ter o'iiUt prior tlo ai II Illh Dii y of luii
wlitniii'iniy lihnid antilu olicil lseal till* 4 I --
0y4 of Mar1, ,~i0,
LISAi.I] tontr.. Nr,.iy Ill
Clerk it ti lt- t'lr tilt I'1u1)
A. C. Clark. 'otii|s liin nt's ill ir, i
in i'l 'i l i't i i ours,. Fi.'llh .il llnitl t'lrtull e i I
F o'llldl iinn l for il til r (r N int.V. Inll
('halii eri MIliint
Morrivin ii ita., rfiuhat. li>.' f WsE
of tie iclrk if ('iv'ult I itin niiiAnd for S Iti- '
t. County, Fin, frin in' lllavi oiiilto 'ii to L ,' ( nOtnilhtiifilt shillll lit t li l ov .lit)lel d ,
Srino tlhllathi dtf.ntdlant Melvlin II Daivl' 1
n r he..it'tl of t i' ,i ill' of ulihat na and thlt
is no u itot n tli tto' of lii. ,r- IN TH
Vitl' Of U allh Cilli V II ill ii lii WoIIllld llhlld
imtilhnit li Ii is ivir th-l Atg uof twuty-unr '
'years. It i tlleri'fort orderedl that iii th said
ferlldusi itelvin II. DaIvIS It. i111 il' I" s CI U N
llrt'eliy roqltirtl li aopwillr iaiid defelinl ttit'
SkOVi'htmled tusi oiln tillinli drty in Jiun, >e,
A D. ,.l e""" i ti"'eiil ?i0at' "ll' f ilITAt ^i
dw ofaitld 1nin lh. II Ifiit lirt i'rordirer l i nl t i n
aI )i>yu o Lidlos l'"t he t l iiii)lii'dil o ''l each
we' k for fit oIl'liliiilvl' wi pklNs rior to
sal lth ilay or .itnt. iI tilr eUiti l (' irint, H 1. EA DC
Tie n to wreekiy lit'-wIziaer lilibilliled I I
lun c'r countyty, Florida.
D1,and ordemrld (lil>ktli ally of Airll. Ai I
t isD., 'i, OOREE NELSON. W. J.
\ Clk.of thoCt. C liMiitrCo ,I'l. j
CT, irT. IAI. L.
J, c. It.S KO CC'n,
solhltor for Conpllalnillt.

e number of Sewing Machi that have i-a-m
vill cloM at BargaTn Prie. "Thee machines lhie
led by exprilenced workmen aIM:ll worn parts bplaeM e
w for service. Each machine Is ajusted, tried a mis W:.
work before it leaves our store. Can be sen and riMe n
se machines very low for cash. Price s n from $4 to $1.,
in at the price. '
for the celebrated "New Kome" and "WW(4 *. B -
with or without button-hole attachments
md Records. A Graphophone and 6 Rect ,is or $L
House Furnishing Goods at "SMITH'S." Speisal attentle
r has charge of our Machine Department.
la furniture ., .
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NOTRCOIiF AI-'jl'JC-A'l'itN Volt TA X l)VKD

LAWS OFIIt'VrailttlA.
INoticeeishl'r.'byraveti thatTilt Itlh'idurin.iit
purehamror of Tax ('ertiflet'att Nos, NWd. W0
VC4 dated the 1sit daY of A 119uhl A. D.,, 19".
Noesbt. W.,80 .iSdalul Alt.a3. 5h101ai udt'No.
"1 dated August ifil) IF4S',has. filed .sold
sald c'ertitlesse0II tI$- offl''ivelid lath. urtil. ni-
plilCatIOl fOr tax 414'l 10 6toii%111' 11 0M&IMi'triai
%" law. raid eti..Ie e,'brioi.tt,' fol-
lowingd,'aerilied tPr[.i'rt 3 aituitiu III Murnitvr
nattlorida, uuivt
NT.4iof t"AW''ranilN%%I of :1 r II Sv29
441 W% V4of MW iq andilE~, of ME', arid PMW 1sof
N%bc ion,turd NE4 of Nh~ir Me,'35and
bT4 ofNE ond.*Nf't uf OM IM auiNW14 of
dn' &ialtetS aliIlii ut ~rna-
eviiene 11t 01'. or-da.
said land1i 11 n'..ew'Id at lieii tia,'o

.IlI vtao thron onWie 30th 6a7 of 1W A
III vaim cdsal this
60t113'r NI lAOC.
MayV. ll (:t ClSt uteit'Co.


(<*Xl** X@CX*X*X)(*K>*X*)


StExamineh, PLargeStoc and Eof

Examine the Large Stock of


Ila wK to lhy otin i)y bed for fNir.
eenll ye from Ia siverely hrilsed ,
l' I, ly liund rlief wl' .i 1 uied ia
t tii l h Rillhiard's nuw II tiliunit. I < .
can el hilly recouianiint.iI It as the
bett l ni line for brul es Lvei'r icut to
Lthu ni i ed. It hai iW ltlir ee et a
lill,tiv eces.".ty upiti) liiysrlf, li. I. X
lyrnea', i rchln tt, )riv r' villt' Te xas
26.0.6c 0c. old by I) T. Ktigli ht

We I by our blood, and on
it. W thrive or starve, as
our blo is rich or poor.
There nothing else to live
on or by
When strength is full and
spirits hil, we are being re-*
freshed, e muscle and brain,
in body mind, with con.
tinual o. f rich blood.
This i lth. I
When k, in low spirits,
no cheer, spring, when rest
Is not rest d sleep is not
sleep, we ed; our blood
Is poor; th is little nutri-
ment in it.
Back of blood, is food,
to ieep the d rich. When -
It fails, take tt's Emulsion
of Cod Live il. It sets the ,
whole body again-man 4
woman andc _
Z1T4, adit. m rl otfirm sa ito%

h a i rim "

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dies will be Pleased witli the

Assortm Ielt.

I also sell everything which ought to be
found in a first-class

General Merchatdise|

:' Store :.

he Store that Saves "ou Moao y


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11 Al 101-11 A, AIN. A. AL Ak A, 1& 10-01 Ad, 11-N A% Al A, IAL I& I& i

Mr. B.
trock o
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Is a

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Uucle Sam Prepms to"
Harve of beadt Gone.

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4 Terms of Ransom lost Riiclous on wto u tri .We ordered l heWal *a ibbet
SRecord.-3loroccul Rler ila Qaina center Quli isebe wM -Car Welt eA
dary-FranccFPears OtOnak. reourrmeb of th tu ica*ta
him during the I O M of lAnd o00bw' AIfARYIN OAPACITT
A the earlytday-6s01. whe-e "You aroe avag trouble with your
A Washington special alys: The he wak aund steafmsoft o s
kidnapping of Pordicirts and his step. dpoe flight r eot to the "Y e The first n carried on so."
asn, Varley. In Morocco, have riab. spato., "And hew alout the tlsrtf "
i* : n. l i their tvrms for ransom aid l o10 1 Qua r at Diftrger. "Se carried ofto. I lost two vast
I he stale department has decided that York conty. Pe Ial, f eptJefbern end a at.--Phiffs elphIa Rerord.
'lie: are absolutely impossible of ac. I 0, 183 : gt from Jefferson
.*:*' anc'e, college, 1 n ted to the bar
B ,,- *.*. ..- A long cablegram from United States 1854; elect tary, of Bearer FITM rmamentlyur'd.Nofltsnrnervo(u.
L,r! ane. 181 ofnearer atar now dent'r Antdisuse of Dr. Kiji'tvt0
",, Consul Oummore was received by See count 158 a litary se g otls
S" "lretary Hay Saturday. The consul stat. vice from 18 15 us lieutenant Dr.,.H.ELI, Ltd,UtiArht.h ,ta,Pa.
Si. ** In substance that Rasouly, the ban. Tenth Pant reserves, colonel
"T an& rkledrnPd hie v, l oy a man who starts at the feeot of
St, who kidnapped Pcrdlcaris and his 184th PcnasT ounoaers; recov. ladder Is d eown at the t eui
S/ / i stepson Varley ha1l been heard from ed congrossir I of onor; was
SI t t' / and made a set of demands which the lieutenant ofl 4 asitWlat comn fVat nrt.
British minister and Mr. Gummere misery ge the Mato militia Mwest, itoh, bictert r Itr*. Poor TWPa
Y'o wm "n s k had deemed It their'duty to lay be. agent at a; private soPe au- them. iaeoves odorsorfeet, armpits,
u C WOToomen mar avoid much sick I o er o0,,taory to Pn yl....ai,. la.;A. a ote op ohanig. if not at drug it send
S.Rasouly demanded that the Moor. member o nature, 1806-T; sec. w8 to EsTos Davo 6. Atlanta. a s.., for
nIss and pain, says M iss Alma Pratt, if !,h forces should b" withdrawn from rtary of eaith. 187338, and full sie, poitpild;nisi, ftr a' stamp.
the district in which his bond oper. 1879.8;* hiladelphia, 178. Ooe "pplioatlo proves itst merit. MoLty
tl* y will only have faith in the use of setd, leaving joem in control. ,; state'
TL l VC I D l t-rlie asked a largo money ransom the re Avctoo Aajwk-ru. ..
I Pnkham's Co to be collected from the governors since. 1, ad.isgn.owt0! seeattle,.
of Tangier and Fez, who happen to the ranu, credited utinly to ne 'paper"
e blitte enemlen, lie further de. e utive The busllness mel of tli;'
taDr3t &M. PiaenEH :-- I feel It my duty to tell all young women minded absolute Immnilty for him. States g raised ir onslderable suon
tholimu Lydia I .ilkha|nilU' wonderful Vegetable Comipound hag self and his followers from pursuit 187., d4 fo, tsce i n itr.
do forse, I wn as eco plotely run down, unable to attend school, and, or punishment for the kidnapping and public f e, andfd li retnrms were
dirtLot care for any kinl of society, but now I fetool like a new person, thur crImens which they had. commit. 199O ; -gr d gensuft set.
and have gained aeveitl It'.I of flesh in three months, tel In the past., To cap the climax States saeyt ...... h tioitlit
"I reominend itt oall young women who suffer from female weak. -of i demand Rastouly Insisted that elected tosrua ,puttletert
ne." -Miss ALMA P ltT, Heolly, Mich. the United Statfs and Great Britain ttarvy, 10 i t or slri wn uppos'I tot
A, FEE MED AL ADVICE TO YOUNI GII 8. should solemnly guarantee tie observ- u fatirlne 0 acuab. Iura-rattmanyyRamdotoN e
enl girlsr ttl period of life are earnestly Invited to n'ui by the Moorish government of uary', 1 me Beaver, Pa. l|Uo Issi.tfltylie'a ltrtt r
wr M eg. Pin kham for advile; she ha guided Ian a motherly way the foregoing l.ipulations. This. I I the history of thie turie with locl ti-nitniont, p.rnoun..d it lu-
bun rede of young 'eOment her advice la freely and cheerfully Sevretafy Hay had a conference Napoleon ti paol c-the man whbn | 'uesndIloe e vitllti U t IoIl dim.,, al thertol o ri.ldr I"
given, andher addreo Is Lynn. Mass. with the president, tad it wqs agreed 'made iap irlion I sident RoasevI..'lt lm titu ionil ut lt*aW.r re'. rrhl
that R asouly' terms could not be met. vice pre dient aRd brought the nlte ture, mltetsr.l t. by. J. I'h'ety & (",.,
JJudglng froin the l tra she is receiviW from many, young girls Mrs. To grsnt thrm nwotuld be qttivalent Mark Ha na int national rpolltis. 'Toldu. Ohio, ls thet..,' It 'lstitltiolal ,,ir,
PInltham believes thatyur girls are often pushed altogether too near the to forcing the sultan of Morocco to ab. on th ,,mrket. It is takin lalternllly iii ,.i,
limit of their endurance nowadays in our public schools and seminaries. ,i frofu lOdrihfos.tobutit a. ull.ontfl. It :tte ilr.,t.
1Nothing is allowed interfere with studies, the girl must he pushed to all'e in f avor of a brigand so far AB T Itfr SRE INSTRUCTID. ly on this bloel .,.l' rnlooul surfrti,. ..r if..
VLe front idl fgraduat.etvlthl honor | often physical collapse follows, and 1 1 nt a contisderaih! parr of a Moorlih system. 'rhey otr tr.niiLundred dlir. fr-
takes years to recover tl lost vitallty,-ofte it is never recovered lrito,.y v conrnl Morovr, theLine Up I Dm stic Delegation is to 1 l'stiaoia., a i. '.J.1
Illited Staten govilvrinllt could not totus a Prn'idencv. Co., ToleJo, (.
A Young C'hicago Girl Saved from Despair. without (estubllin n row 1nd ln- A Wasningtot dIspItch say: Twen y ii flitlilly s for 'onistipati. i
'"DBAi M1ns. PIN AA: I wi8h to thank you for the h.lp and ben. gero s pro.,odont iind-er. taK, to gKar- tyA Wasrotates altd two territories l a'r
eflt I have received rough the' u e of Lydia E. Plkliamin's Vege. Intrei the i.ets of another govern- I hld their idemnO(rfltle tatei, tonvivn. P*pea M l.t nI Tih.
table Compound a Liver Pills. When I was about seventeen nI 'ni. t tr tal 557 rdelegates 10 A writer 'SN advertislngt says it is tlI
s. ye r old I suddenly seemined to lose mny ustal good I oar \lmiial .llc.11it ir'ort.j' '- tinonh tit, ;a 'vtntlan has pn atti orf itarly evti-.v l5iitn cs nrnt
health and vitality. Father said I studied too cabl.' t thi iivy iticpatimnti at-i the S. I i o nposit i n to iatv itspyeiuil a ortiintl aflitri,
Shard, but the doctor thought different and ,,urdv the arrival o'f the, Kotan chlostn, le itolutin f poi t v "But wlwn suIn it It nlhit'ity s 1 :lu-'
prescribed tonic, whl.h I took by the sqtaIro uITr hi. ,umitand, embra.e- stru'ltin III' b't "el"edle tt t f"o d It hmut be advertl.t.d. No, nti-
quatrt without rellcf, Reading one day i Ing Ihe OIlympin, Italtim and Clovew. of ithe st, tit een thi r o lave, l('1 sellitself withoutt 111 d of
the paper of Mrs. Plinkhanm's great cnres, land, 1 at lsorta, .z. r,!. Orrh r, bern to instruatldmi ; in one, Floritda
aatd fi.din tho sy.tlouns described athern.e sa divided dettl on select ed
weredindine, I flldeidlIwouldgeveLydl ont to the, and:mial tI, ror t under the primary systemic. After latening to a oor young nian's
swererdt ryne,.I decidetI would give Lydia TniiMorte tollisfleetAail.a f14 aftote 'to&,%a
E. inha Pn a's Vogetableo Compo.und a n o, a r he t l. Foiur >states, .wit a toll of 140 tl of w it. ui to the heiress to gsve
trial. I did not say a word to the doctor ,,I t s inv ntru for him a he g h
I bought it myself, and took it according Tile navy d ipartm to directions regularly for two months, I'f the "ailing or, tihu l*Annlta. Mlar. h h nirt'uttep.it for Hearst. ItI nthe ontly ears for t wollen, mitartIn,
amii I found that I r'aduttlly mtnpreved, eila and ,as tin.. htls if tile south O 'ate, Matssichitets, has in. Tired, Aohshlw.t.iHwestins.'Iet,(ornta l
[it. alill my Ctiskutle Flithidt'oli.fit to Teniriffi' forItiltjo fO y I uatouis. A vk O Alion's Foot. 1asu, It I oWts't
andI that all pains le tle, all I a my lantl quadn, fn T rie for st ucted Its 32 votes for Olneyo. tolmhae Itot sho ", Ceswill v
old solf on(o more. LILIt.I E. SBrcL&tl, rnngler, oi join the naship frooklyn. tat. Iconsin, has instructed walk. At *Ul Drur Istsoknd shoe Stnore, 52..
S17 E. '2d St., Chicago IlL" l The detention of the Soulth Atlnnti. ote.s foi, W n Don't nol opt s any Puhlttitutn. KIsaplo e sent
squadron at the .1toronyan Irnrt wlnl Its h lt '0 vt't ftot Well. ants. Add'etasAtl t, .Onssted. l,sltoy.N.Y
squadron at the pot l he uninsorficted delegates reach F.n, rAdd_ .Srklen.olmt_, ___y N.r
Lydta E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compountd il the one stre ren- lie ppenilaent on conditions. If the ait- t tl l72.' Trust not the woman tlat thinketh more
ed$ to bI relied upon at this important period In a younf u 's nation on the arital of Iear Admiral the total of 7. the wherelf then another. Mercy will not
li withl It she can i.o through with courage and safety the wortk 'J ell does not rT ble srhowIBr the states which d, I in her .hrt.
le must accompliish. and fortify her phscal well beini othat he two atlre th presence have Instructed and those which have
50 tmtt rqtniiiran1 of Amhrican Wlcltnatrttetedtshowyqthat Connecticut. MUrn.iWielmnw' oothfailehotyru Iit t'oulhtdrtn
her futslee life may be InsarOd against silconesand stuff rerIng.I ,cWUit Inatitedshowth e lbgsoftnthefllne&arap d a
$5000 veliem ay be inala: warships for the protection of' Amer. -ridinaN ewY rk and Tennes ed bt
$ 6i00t tthwtthpruvo th4e ltniilottm sad s-gaataihs d iean interests in that quarter, lteasr Ad. -rI, e w Yorktad r T eonn e sseeln tind coliet.tbe 2a tong eaded mms
LydilaL. laMbbam Mhdlel.. Ce, Lo LY34Kew nmh'al Chadwick will be nauthoriketi to i Prker th i shoierit to give a long headed man
proceed on his cri lo toward hil st-. ^ir,, ge Pa, a. the shortcut of a dl.
toll in the Sotth Atlantic. California. Iowa, Tqevada, South Di.
i lM SitIA N IC AI)A-, iLIOtI'UNM, i tI rNlAn IN A dip atch from Paris says ota, New Mexio and Rhohode Ilaland lamsurPla'sOure forConumptlonsanvd
| Cii i TYNER' DYSPEPSIA REMEDY 't appro.in arrival of tn.,ied s..e. undrthe .tr ,... aper.nNowlehNY.;bi.U0.
TYNR 8. DYSPEPSIA RE MEDY A tl aprohi at al o ie otes from Florldrat, under the tsdithreet A ma seldom forget. a favor e do s
I 8 L -WriBoabxION.,Atlanta,Ge--.-A SI warships at Tangier, Morocco. Is vow. o
edl with some apprehension in aicial o natrurtlons of the party primary. anoer
quarters, as It i 0 feancdi It may lead Alabama. Kan.as. Maryland, Men. T'PiHi YONKRS COMPI.XION.
* *a *i* e************************e********** to a turh,,lett demonstra.on, Thoe tena, New Hampshire, New Jersey, She-That new boarder w .o atMe.
who are familiar with Moroccoan me'h- Ohio. Oregon Penisylvania South Car-t today- ha a bneantful ;live complex*
ods say that an ttlltmpt Of a naval nolni Washington. West Virglnlia, the ion.
l force to rescue lProident Pordleoars District of Cottnmbla and six vytes Ho-Well, after she's bePt here a.
S'' an d Varley proin abl' w'tI lead toa1 from IIorldta go fito the uinlnstruecttl few weeks I gutcs she'll hav* a prune.
th eir being killer column. comliexlon.-Yenkers Statesnan.
'The Frtench minister rcotinues t
rgLe the lMoro enan author ies t COSTLv cON IRINE MOtOOMRY. TIME TO ACT.
makt' termiwillth the brigaitits,.
*U5S$1$ ADSII 69141 I SteUorgee Warehouse Containing 4h0O WThetl the back aches and yout are al.
RUSSIANS ADMIT OTT S ACL Bales of leesy Stplep is Destroyed' wts tired out, depresned Pnd nervous
AsAmaed at Success of Jps ooi lbaring A Sunday blase in the Alabama, Cot. -when sleep i disturbed W ai tt o
Wayt t PortArtr. ton and gtortlgeCompany, known an
There is no attempt it St. Pet .- the Atlantic Citomiress Compaln St to art. The
i trg to disguise the fact that the Montgomery; Ala., destroyed the build. kidey. re
"I asfltl forcing at the ne on K ning and 4,(1 hbales of cotton. Los On sick,. .I nV '
Sfor Ttcngpeinsula trep n p ionK an 'cotton 028t0,000 and building 11110,000.
.1.i u n c h eo n s I :!: ". I; insurance on building $65,000, and cure. sc
{ticl end to resistance to the en nMY uac n t inga
Si until he reachos the actual f til seotton practeiilly covered In marine k I t ya
Libby's Natural Flavor Foods 4re U R. nations around Port Arthnr. mpanyqu an
Government inspected, perfectly packed potmnnn
S elantned foods, a.nd are ready to serve MA l -CARACs OUT Of 11 MINaV. lyi. r
a moment'st notice. SUltV'S tREQU1FT TUI ED DOW I -
e' neseeee Beaster Doe.t Weal Meaerld M s.
Veal Loaf. Vienna Sausage, lHam Loaf. Boneltes Chicken, Ox Teonacs el Alceivers Without utbority or Pe er V pice.Peslisental CadMMleos. rk"al
S Aro,Amtag the Min"y Teaptilg letctren Mictt. Ask Ver GOrwr fr Thens. bu I' 10,000 Cot speaking of the Tennwsee deonse. 41'
lend lor ur IoIoklt U.w .to. Make (s oid 'Thinsti to tat." 0 Reoaivers Taft and Miller, f the cretie stite colveltiOn's Indorsemt .. 1
S Libby. MoNei rLibby, hic*go ua Drnoa l Je Ill y & *' of htimilf for the vies prslMe-itleti l sayg My lusala
Llbby. MoNolII & Libby, OhlosagO Wclded to refuse imp request 11o by nomInatlon, Benator B. W Cin>ct hip. we.e so aWend suoT
**etttttt$tt*o************t*4@to**O4*9 t***gatts Mr. Stiully that they demand to turn-. s a cohlp not t upoma
j. .. ing ovor to them of 190,000 IlaW of t course, I appreciate very highly B Pill.ot him a
SFR O cotton, which Mr. Bully 18 were the compitieesa paid P me by the con- OueJz oxur
SR E R still open contracts o1 th day of iestion, but my candidlor Ter vies A vFRI
Stal Wailsnt a tnn, s W it .ew isT!a 7 the failure sad were not uded In president will end just where It b. ny
g t omIftho fallu gas,. M y alle ed eeadidal y 'bh an madn
I Id n *o lThe receivers, in refustalB /r. Butl endod in the Ten messo onve'ton,,
S en oe stla, in 'y's request, statRl that th y lhad an 11 1 whe e it bean w'taest my con
s All IH.'.' vios, hdsi l power to carr5 out thg cT tigIlos' sent, I will cecrrtillt. contct t
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i eabo, "I am ll a ol hDe bla tto nvale Pla, mental, Ph &eIandlld PERl al QMADE kII
lsaid the boy, hbeeltat. I state convention at lehville, Japan'sn em of eden navl '
1 11" ets and wants to Wednesday, Tennessee democrats ada alt other unlike the Amerl- ,
a owI e will I ay you've nominated James DIZFrasie# to sue- oan system aIpointment by Con. i PR. EVA BARTHO, 13 8 th
,-gto.ethe bulpr's or down to Watt ceed himself as governor, and adopted gr.anmes. a Japanese boy wishes 1VI St, New York City, NI.
fr -T,. kr SUtat^eman. a platform instructing delegates to to bbcome a val cadet he mut fl rhnauerae for thee wa
6 the national convention to vote for the graduate fri the public holes. doctorhe advocated aon operation which
hi WOORD. nomination of Judge Alton B.sParker, Then he muls pay his own e*pnses dreaded very much nd strongly ob
KMr. WIgg-Cook bas only broken of New York, for president, and to at a naval pr parator'y school These to so .nderit mew m ato chb
ae dish to4ay, dear. Vpte as a unit on all questiohs. expenses are equivalent, in American bottle, utn felto mue it tmprovedk i
w did The platform commends the admn- money to saout six dollars a month: kept takin it, as I dread a
Mrh WIhp -Tbe t better. How did strato of Oornor Fraler and o- Havig graduated frum the prepare. so auch. I am today in perfect F it e adt )sth
Mrs. WI9--It was the last one.- dorses the Adams temperance la, re. tory school he forthwith enters tho ad have not felt so well for fifteen
news lfegiance to the fundamental navad college, and from that time on years."--rs. Eva Bartha.
Srap. doctrines of the party, demands a re. his expenses are borne by the govern. Mrs. Benator fooah, ofLartmore,
Information of the tariifand an lpirestil- lent Any Japanese boy who has the N. Da.o Mrs. Senator WarreN, of
HI Pett OP V W. ntion of the postofflee and other al- nece sary mental, physical and' finan. Chln"II, Wlvt.I Beatte Leookwo
"Bat," peSgted the typewriter leged frauds in the departments at cial luallflcatvlns can thus become a at Ms Ge a Oerst Lospatreet, of
beerger. "AIam waen't contented Wasilnigton. naval cadet. Washington, D. C., are iwn cng t
vtltnt i wife." In arraigning the present adanlnis. It was a very proud moment for the promititt s adtea who tadeoma Pe-
"Perhaps not." rejoined the old tration, the platform, among other writer, you may oe sure, when he first '
btechlor, "iit at that stage of the things, says: donned thel uniform of the Kanda Miss Helen Rolot, Ka iLanna, Wis..
gnhe bde ia't know anything of good "it In especially necessary to r. School and be4zme one of the four "writes:
r evil."---Vhtcago News. strict the executive head of the &fd. hundred studouts there. The uniform "Several times during th e past twol
eiears o drmore my systeun has been greatly
S- ...eral governnmient within the constitw was p ain, consisting of a simple blue n need of a tonic, and -t those ,imes Pe-
Sr. Blslger' Huckleberry Co0dial tions. limits of his authority, and no jacket with a singt: row of lrass but- rna hats been of great help in building up
th6 Great SsuthearL Pemedy. argument of temporary expediency san ton, priain blu s trVuers, and a naval tli system.rrctorinepmy appetite and se.
cus QJ1' s. aUo d iLei TrouSbl justify the assumption by him *f cap o English pattern. Ming Muriel Arnitaleep ., enwoodf.
11es Chrin iqssuntery, ClaaleynM Mo .ttriel A Sot G greenwood
e. BoOdy L nd also c htien powers conferred, exclusively upon Our arums were nit calculated to Ave., Detroit, Mich., district Organiser
tsrhln, stom Ou f H N al the legleagisltive department of the gov. strike terror tom evan the most timid of the loyil iTemplars of Temperance, .
: ie dl., om oteMmenl et th* emrnment, or the violation by him of heart, since they were nothing but writesas r fo llow: r with terin
XJ .V% W. GA ,V plala provisions of constitutional, stat. mock iwoodea guns. Yet we boys es, which brought five on with uterine
OP. Waltw s A.Taylso, Auejta0 ut and treaty law. must have folsci d that the martial ,nd made me a plivsiml wreck. I tried
. $Th ae Tivs Isthe Ietthe rMeeotu "v therefore denounce the many spirit of the old time sumari dwelt in doctors from tlihe different Itho*, of md- r"'
Sany M twot e Itas. ure I unlawful acts and aots of usurped an. those harmless iaake.bllievo muskets, inine, butowithout n dany cIw bal ,changet )
T I llivex 1, V & pry:in my condition. In ins' despair I cu imrd sl n
'qotemp nFo n a o thority by the present occupant of the for it wulda e been difficult indeed o, an Id .,urste, who advised me to tly t
" s I have d I "On I rlts. tri white house, as attack upon their very to lind a ftircu looking lot of youthful l'eruun, and promised good result, itf I P,,
Oted Ig5hi line* S obeexistence of constitutional government warriors than re were at drill, would prt d take it regularly,
Wted s S Ye ie n otni ounr tr naony.a e u a t dikd' study? First of all kei ht this uip for mix months, an' u steadily a ,
Mdd.n i e "ey I |n t ii country. at dd in I
5tl J S W5ll.tw a W i adW "We favor the prompt construction the Jalauesee id CBlnese languages, hd ctrent ntdl health, and when &f Ill
l4 was, -*Wofls e av b of the trans.isthmlian canal, but we ldlving a liltI lte the classics uf enti.ely tured, I i am 'nef-l, hapy ,'
by Drm,'r5ee condemn the courseof the adlmintaitra. b.h. T rin w were obliged to write woman to-day. --Mis Mt',el Arm itage,
^ .i w c n Itis in deliberately puraulnng a lawless, copo"ui cllInI, Japanese and Chinese, C';iLiii y3 vetort Dr.
; .*. M fV y '*AY revolutionary and dishonorable course i ud disliked thi tasks just as heartily *, ^ t d my intorsement to thou tomi
t in that matter when the same end as Amerlcan b a do heir English and sands cf other women who have been he i
Should have beef accomnpllhed law. Latin> ctmpoult Gas. We were taught cured through the une of Peruna, I suf- dir 't
,could 1ave b1 *ocom fered lor five year with severe ijakachc. Adi
d su S el. p fully." English also, a d colpoltion in that andi when wcarie or itworried in the least Th
* ui S l eot e stSl ftiull, lnuguagi' were added to our tortudes. l proloned hadachie. or worried in the least Ohio.
CONFLARATI IN oglIENWOOD. Arithmlaetie, algebra, a short course in
Ceeu s e o Co eJapanewi history, a short course ino LSBY & CO
Cotton Must Have al Businen. setn ofSouth Carolina ggraly a, fr eeheand drawing, n. ALSBY & CO.
Ccluding nlf.woiri--ourfly this was
Citya Neep eof Ah e. enough for bloy of thirteen or four. 41 Sulkt Forsytb St., Atlanta, la,
hP t tIly one.half of the bualaees por. teen years of age! I feel sure that
O tien of ~4enwood, 8. C., was wiped all of my young American readers will
out by fir) early Wednesday morning, agrev with me on this point. Element.
The property loss will approximate ary military drill and Instruction in
$133,000, with about $70,000 insurance. rowing were elrctlve branches; but
which must be added as a frtllzer Mrs. Annie Moseley, proprietress of there were few )oys yho did not take
or the soil will the Central hotel, lost her life In the them up,
fire.Five days ani a half every week
become ex- I he, re originated. K is believed, in were devoted tf, these studies. The Portabin and tationary
h hansted, asi the kitchen of the Central hotel, lo. discipline was nit unnecessarily strict,' nL IneSO Boiler
true of *o cated in the building owned by J. & ant* on the whoe our life was even gines, B iler
many cotton D. M,. Spiget and occupying the entire J ollier than Amoercan boarding school SaW M ills
many otn eeond s.tory. The first alarm was life.' We wero a fIun-lovlnglot of boys, a il l
fields. given at 3:16 a. n.by an engineer on nnd many were the pranks we played ,ND ALL KINDS OF NACHINEIC Y
We have books a Charleston and Western Carolina upon each other. Even our instruct. Conplee e of e rriemd t tocekf'r
freight train standing n the yard, ors did not always escape, But "has. 1AMMfJDfAT r ipmenw, p
men stabl T d etr. aih tncrew was soon on the spot ing," as th torm Is understood in this Bast Ma bry.i.w satPosnd DDTes Terms
0l. We w.ai ad and the boarders were awakened Iby country, is unknowit to Japanese stu* Write us for catalogue, prices,
thm m to many hrm who.sku for die, by them. R. A. Abernothey, who oc- dcats.--Pronm r( icl Yamaganta's "A etc.. before buying.
OERIlAN KALI WORKS, cupied the room next to the kitchen, Japanese MIldy,. in St, Nicholas.
New erb -9 Unis t reon.W was almost overcome by smoke, but r m
AT atees.eei-se--.4M e. s. was able to wake Mrs. Moseley, who lKI DlID T I IKE R. I A proved carc.
was sleeping in the room next above "Look here," said the sour.faced sSvA WVv ILL plarsawMills,
FREE o W M EN him. 8he was greatly excited and beo lady who had answe:ied his "Iler. ,irilt Heta'it'nhersl orea. its"eetilnd
EE an screaming. II was supposed that mial," "your ad. Is a fake; it dis. e'riilk.Khiii Vnriald, Fed W~t rk re hinel.
A Large TrIM B S and bok of In. she wquld fit once escape, as all the tinctly stated 'objoct matrimony.," l.r'Cifti t''lmacV lt U .CI'ttr fL-
structions absolutely PFree anmd Pot others were doing. "Well-ci-um-you see," faltered *leariJo. rutit tnaftinfacttlrod by the
paid, enough to prove the value of Just a few minutes before a ladji- the man, nervously, "t'ere was some lit AI fins; I
PaxtlncToiletAntiscptlc arrived her cries lhuthedi and the ed lnistale, The printer omitted a word. -..
pteI Is o"t, (ongue of flames filling her window Thei ald, tBl(uld lave read, 'object to
bem to d tod the horror-strickeu few thit her aatrimony.' "-Town Topic.
a dforSu s death agony had come and was over. i I L
afIU r ro ia) h n a v i no a P ie- l te .
an d TYNER [IONERAlTED BY JURY. There is eomothm; rl t iu:arly njoy'able 'I i.4 satl ki o ,ied hi 4,
4 sma ged Ex.Postolflce Official and Nephew god time. lne da o goir en out to the a"Ilmi1g-r ean. dt ~ :"" .- 't "'i'
S r.meoa -- t Gui..ly of Cons.. pirac.y. w"ns dand ficklt s lwn by sotme broofe n as poo.'o ae sB' to recoum o.
r-4I e U m, ccl i a l 'at m .to bucrvedtruhr bre Wotd is a, .wa'k, .qJ,
U ain tBktul fly- At Washington, Wednesday. within ..eiulai amnd um li r ti ee, l e i so.. Nowrk,.
Seeg mth- "MI .wenty-two minutes of the retirement ,t iuttto ,v lie one ,ti ftl
Ges 5 b"sa e* of the jury in the case of James N. Id overyti, a .P iure dinner thst l
nihr teveryr t11'ti 'c ursedi tnner that The Bowels
fornmulaofanotedBoston pihyclan,. Tyner and Harrison J. Barrett, tried better tham ili -io rvcd. Wooden dilhe. I
SWithgreadt lanes aa V hl on charges of conspiracy, in connoc. a*irnri*. -^'iteit Nr'ia, ani ie", r bbJ esl
PeivicCa6 iflg tioa with theirr duties as law offlcera n !' re sttl s pinthie goo1thi ngsto t
STha Sn Ev-- Cu, of the posto mce department, a via"" nd ,"e ,e riete without t C ATw
.figcusm ---ifeZof not guilty was returned. o u th'n_ e i.- layer ~ tl e u irod leth d"'

lanIaned lo I *between, Lib yIs.
omatefllsPastinsi he throng whi to leave the aoed uigts i 1 1 tIdeal for ie-Nie sand
Vagnl Wash we room throu the Jtoury was back andr ti so lctht s pind tibe

quli -n of r ey h m .oh xse thihm ,i s .Stw t wt o th o tllh^e11d
ilc .i.ear IraL T announcedwgre xn th ta t1 no m i on ue esm s
ataa Ledba,' "lttepe tobeanrea the .it.rei-Noam.. re, m611," IS, U
""yoi ad e vng* Geet, rel o ro e eraalr oo ud i products. IN ae
?atrWaiteh, aexp eating lownge wait e, hd We nt on t

a te kise"arfo r/se alone t' es qva let toean
M eps* and s defendant h/tastenedto u tigailatnsrfcncef tin
give a nord er which Caused him to re. It h familf m e r th e ir t. .eI.

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heulthi, enjoy life and have neither
o ur il, t lanks to Peruna."-I.uoy
i n longer question as to whether
et citi ie relief' o to cure all such
) ritni the ipony ycarsr in which
a liet hemi pu' to test ill all forms
tagen of acute end cironi ctiatirh
n, c'ir lias put this remedy to greater
1.i il ic ,.it year.
II thie women lvho ire suffering with
orni of fieiai weaiklieas would write
. lartmai., ColumlIumi, Ohio, and give
.'iuiplCte description of( tIhrir eyinp-
iand the peculiaritis of their troubihles,
ll imnnmediately reply \tUli complete
ions for treatment, free of charge,
reps Dr. llfatiman, President of
llartman anuitarium, Co!inubus,


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