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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: December 6, 1906
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
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Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID00531
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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OL. xXiII. NO. 2.V7 GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA. TIIIJ SDAY. LKCKMliKR 0. l 0i( # TEN CENTS A WEE:

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GIRLS SOLO TO HAREMS. mie*. Ills d- nunclatlons could be

PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE "" '>' RAWLINGS AND MOORE beard more 4nan a blocld away. The KAPHAN BESTS DEATON.STEAMER
Russian Prince Tells of Appalling newspaper came in for their share of
Condition In Famine his condemnation and be aald that i

: SENT, TO CONGRESS Petersburg Kusela! Provinces.Bt Dec. 5.- HANGED IN VAlDOSTA 999 be believed would go to bell Dl

: Princes Lvoff and Orbellani.' the representative cause they were ,too'cowardly to be-I
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V of tbe Moscow. Zemstvo tagnolze public sentiment.

)',JCossage Received Strict Atten- famine relief( organization who have Both Went to Death Without Tbe Bible told of" the respite that Has Another: Hiraculous Esca]
Just returned from the stricken districts live to haunt men. he said. "We 5

tioaFrom Senators. I hare furnished the following L' a Tremor. are told of the evil spirit that went I From the Grave
f facts regarding the condition In the __. -or from a man Into a, dr"e of bogs 111.
I famine provinces. wben they plunged into the sea. I
4J3UAL WERE ENACTEDHlandaomely OFFICIALS CETTER TELLS OF HIS
SCENES HAUNT SAFE
WANTS TO !
The crop In the seven provinces 1 want my spirit to haunt tbe court
of Samara, Saratov Sembirsk, Ka- official to the end of their days.** I

Gowned Women In the Lan. Penza. Tamlor and Ufk were He Denounced Governor Terrell, the Rawllng said that he thought if HI* Sister Was Preparing to B
practically total failure In twenty Governor Terrell would wire Alf
Gall.....* Lent Color' to the Scene Courts, Attorney Cooper and Every Mourning but After Dream Wai,
province the harvests were verypoor. Moore' lawyer that there wa no
Several New Member Were SwornIn About twenty million people Body-.Knew He was Going to Hell further hope for him. that he ", ourasqueal" for Postman and Received a Let

a* Member will need aaalstance. for from four to He Said .. and. tell the truth of thf Bearing Glad Tidings.
ten month to !stave off starvation matter but when the mesaage came
Washington, D. C. Deo. 8.--Tb* until the new crops are available Vallosta. Ua. Doc. B.-J. O. saying that the governor would not Atlanta Dec. '.Theodore K

f oklef l Interest of the opening day of Though affecting 18.000.000 persons, Rawlings way hanged on tbe scaffoldin on interfere. with the execution of tbe phan private detective. and ex.mdier.
the closing session of congress lay Inith the destitution Is far less Intense"than tbe Lownde. county Jail yard negro the latter refused ta changehis who formerly lived In At.ac

*. fact that tae place of Senators It was In 1891. In some regionsthe Tuesday story of the crime. A reporter did not lose his lit.. as was rcpcnwhen
vVUtt and Depey, of New York were inhabitant have been suffering Rawllng dlexf instantly but the accompanied Ute attorney who was the steamer Dix, wl h ma
"Ailed and the eat of Senator Dalley, from starvation for ten year. passable negro showed signs of life 12 minutes Instrumental In getting up tbe petitionfor passengers aboard came to bin:
Of ''Texas, wa empty. The latter crop having been gathered la Itawllngs statement before the trap a commutation of sentence to the the fateful storm on Puget Soun
has gone borne to meet and answer direct only two of the ten years.<' Prince tell declared be bad told the truth jail and acquainted the negro- with on November 18th and in belt
with the .
charge* brought,against him by JLvoff believe the government estimate a* to the boys connection the decision. lie showed little surprise survivor he experienced' the cT.1
the attorney general. of HO,000,000 for famine relief crime. Alf Moore said he h<
Doth of Georgia' senator* and ten I* Inadequate. The Moscow Zevstro the truth again, declaring that Milton said the people her bad not treated eventful career.
I member of the Georgia delegation relief organization calculate that Hawling_ bred the shots which killed him fairly. Thte Kaphan family, who live
noose
were In their place Then the gavelsof ITS,000,000, and poseibly more, will tbe two children.: After the From the negro's 'talk, It waa e-ae7 400 South Prjor street, received
'/' Speaker Cannon and Vic President be neceasary. wa. put about Moore's bead he knelt to see that he bad counted on his letter Monday from their son a

Fairbanks fell. Congressman Prince Kvoff complained that the and prayed fervently for Rawllng neck being saved by reason of his brother who give a graphic dcscr4tlon '
Jrlgg has not yet arrived being local official, "for political reasons, and JIll boy, declaring he did not having turned state' evidence. lie of the terrific struggle t ._

t, detained at borne by the serious Ill- are Interfering with the establishment : wish to see them suffer. Itawllngswa referred' he said, to representations for life when he discovered him
ties*of hla wife but Is expected Wednesday of soup kitchen and the reordering I In a good humor all the tn,rn- made to him by Detective Fleming.who ;. Inking with the Dlx Mr Kapt.'was :.
1 11* only Washington a of medical assistance. Epidemics lag but said he slept none Mondaynight. Corked up tbe evidence In the In the cabin when the accld.

,J "few week ago after a busy summer hunger typhus and scurvy case but said he told the defective occurred and though many. of his f<
\ preparatory to the congressional elections whloh usually began la February, "1 wa "like a child going on along that whether be :wa. banged or not. low passenger were drowned
', *. Congressman J. W. Over have appeared I In, three prorlaoe.. trip. be ..Id. "and" was kept 1e would tell the truth managed to break through a wlndo
artreet. of the First Georgia district.was On the strength of his personal awake by anticipation. MI am sorry for Mr. Rawlings and rise to tbe surface and, being
) sworn In a* successor for the knowledge Prince Lvoft reaffirmedthe The execution was witnessed by tbe his boys" be continued<< "but. boss excellent shimmer, kept afloat Ube

wnexplred term of Rufu. )G. Lester, truth of the report,, lately officially guards, physicians mlntstef and I told the truth about this matter, found a floating box: and was sto
deceased. denied that girls Kazan province newspaper men. l..arge crowds remained and I can't change It. ''Milton Jesse i ly afterward picked up by a life .
Numerous expression of regret for bad been sold Into slavery and taken around the Jail but were not and Leonard was there, Just like I I from the Jeanie the steamer coinIng

Menalor. llalley were heard and. his to Mohammedan harem In the Caucasus. admitted. aid, and Milton did the snooting. I with the Dlx and causing her
friend predict that he will b. able He said the sale were Mrs. Ilawllngs and br two daughter don't want any of them to bang but .
to answer fully the chargewhich masked under the guise of entering were within, the jail, but did not I can't help what'a been done. As TIle reason Mr. Kaphan did DOt 7J

z'k Jtav been published Halley Is look domestic service.Paullar see the execution. far a* t am concerned, ft don't mat- tlfy his fellow detectives that be w
,od upon by his colleagues *. one of I Caw lings' remains were carried to ter. 31 y soul's all right!; aid 1 knowIt alive 1* due to the fact that la puuance
the strongest men In the democratic Case ef Larceny1. tbe Blockhouse burial ground at tbe won't. do me any good now to lie of his duty he wished to k*
minority and ha* many warm admlr- Atlanta. DAO &.-Vot taking grapefruit old home Iq Talfalr county Tuesdayafternoon about the thing" his Identity a ocret-b* was

3 '.ra In Washington. from a car In the yards of the board the Dlx. It will b* remember*!
Central' railroad yard Sunday. morning A few minute after his body was Spanish Capital Excited. working on a case. And It was

mos.o P. J. ranch a car inspector taken down Alf Moore his negro New York. Dec. ft.-A Madrid unto he met one of his tion of the senate a* soon a* the was tried before the recorder and held accomplice, was also put to death. special' published here Tuesday says o. friends face to face that It was ka
"' penJng preelttoinariee swore eooclnd In a 1100 bond on the charge of lar Moth Ilawllngs and the negro died the Spanish capital Is excited over that be was not dead. Ills friend:
*,{ +el Tueeday. Tb..e Included the recelpt can,. The ease was made by>> Special . without scarcely a tremor The execution the political crisis brought about by surprise Is well described In the 1
of magee from the house re* ) Officer W. II. RlCBBsoad. who of both men occupied only a the resignation of the ministry Mon ter.

t; .dung death of ..,.,.1 of the mem work for the Central road. Farrell few mlnut**. ''day Noisy group carrying red O. G. Guy, the member of
... Haw Ole
and J. lings
Milton
***"' ___ alee work for the Central and he banner gathered in the evening In Smith Detective Agency, of Aber4 dWah.
of old man Ilawltng. are
was checking off cars! at the tlm two sons I the neighborhood of the senate and bad only Ole day before )I
Given Limit of Law. sentenced to be banged Friday.
Few
the special oOlcer saw him take the chamber and shouted threateningly Kaphan waa discovered to be all
W6CI Oa, Dec ft.-Jlenryrew Leonard Itawltngs. another .oa. of
D. trait. Farrell admitted that he took Tae police scattered the crowd, arresting forwarded the letter to the ConeUt
the who shot Will tfol4uanoa J. U. Rawllng. and W. P. Turner.
*. negro
the fruit but b. looked ties the family
only upon It everal person, but the pop- requesting that
Cnarte Adams at the Centennial sentenced
and as a pick-up and did not consider.., a negro preacher were . gathered again and their numbers notified of his death.
fair In this city on Sept. T, be bad done any stealing Juet the life Imprisonment.These constantly Increased. A* the One singular feature of the story
which precipitated a riot and wreck cams a* people often sample good la men were convicted for the evening advanced the crowd focused .- th* premonition that Mr, L. V8tavore.
of the jail found gull murder of 'two little bUdrea, Bob
Sag county was
grocery store*. Farrell I* a well << In the" Puerto del Solo outside the .. a sister of Mr Kapoa
of assault with Intent to murdersold Annie Carter In aa to
attempt
ty and
dressed young man aad had a goodprevious ministry of the Interior. Many well bal that a letter would come y**<.
,sentenced to ten In tb. exterminate the family of W. 1..
year 1 t
record. The ease woo avery known agitator were busy among the day bringing the glad news that
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XHiattentiary Judge Felton In seataaniag t Carter.
I unusual one. tIM special officer people and there wa much angry bad managed to escape death
him the full fell at 10 &$ Bod
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the negro gave The drop ra.
laststlag upon the prisoner- being held talking. A great fore of police Mr*. Van. Stavorea stated that
limit of tbe law II. wa put on men died without a tremor
for tb. Mat courts. waa oat and the governor held troop had Intended going sho-ptag MoA*
trial Tuesday. Charge of shooting The negro stood by his statement
la ,..dla.... It waa hoped bow*looming In order to pareaasemourning
C M. Atm Jr. which that the two boy who I
mean
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of k
New Tr.'na'lN'' ""'he"** ever. that the excitement would pass i costume because
Wasalagtoa, Dee. i.-Thetwaw are a waltiag execution. will be bcaged.J without a serious outbreak. brother d.-tb. but that ehe d
Tramp Steamer Takes. en Cetten. I trains on tie Souther ..railway re- I ed Sunday night that her brother *
New Or! Dee. ft-For the first Q. rtawllngs) last day oa earth I
tana. eeatly aaaouneed will be put ta Robber Was' Weuntfetf.Kansaa living and that a letter world I< eo
--.. la aU yrar a tramp steamer I I operation oa January T* taete4 of I wa a atreauon on*. Usay people City Dee. 1.-'I'1Ht robber from him the following morvisg, **
was engaged to carry cotton frost tkls December It, a* rlgtaally proposed I visited him Including a number of who. late Monday night escaped after .e she waited for the postmaa .,.
port: to ......-poo,. The ..........t j jet the change being. made aeeeeeary because 1, nxlatetera to the South Georgia coa aaootlag B. C. Ward of Purcell I. I' coming to the city. Tb* hue

tale steamer, the Royal with a l caedule could not b* worked fervace, and he talked freely, but la T. a passenger on wet bound Santa true to the dream. bore a letter Nhr.
"SGStof over 1I.OOO bal., follows'loly out by the ant date ...... n... aa extremely bitter strata to all wb r. train at Holiday, appeared la I Kapaaa. and the home that *<
ur*"n eoeattoaal charge. mad two trala will. It Is declared greatly *' came to eee him. During all hi. 18 Lawrence. Kaa*. Tuesday In searchof 1 been a aces. of mourning was. trs
fey the New Orleans cmtUm exchange Improve the service between Allan xnontb Imprisonment the condemned a pfcyslctaa. Tie ....'. band wa .1I formed lato a bouse of joy s* 4.....:
'that railroad ..1M'rtm..Uo.cL kept ta sad Waahlagtea and New TWill | .sans had never beg so violent a.> he i wounded After aa ttaaorveosTal attempt a* It bad been into oa* of ..st.i .
tramp .'Mmablca1'. from local, and faetmat tbe haaOtiag W mail. waa oa Monday. lie has need ...1 I to secure. the eerrlcr of two i three day before.

MUMk ahlpptag tra.... Tb name and pasaeagar Th* Bret ss........ strongest kind of language ta physicians, ha disappeared. It. Is I
.4>C the firm chartering the Royal was '1 I meat ef tae two trains la ts* daily ......Uoa of the raa**.... .t of ale believed ,.. man I* la hUlag ta the lChicane. ,

JtOt aaaoaaeed I Ier. paper la eorreet la every p xU *Ur.racaet cae by his attorney, of the court. I r town of Lawrence. It.. uppoeed Rebbcr Make. aUg H*" fr**
Dec. .-A dlepeCaa
tao proeecutiag attorney and ether of* .
the date whoa the awe ea.lee. that the maa hand was hurt la the
1 t mi. ....... Betale of tbe coart. PaJ..u.... Tex. to a ssoraUg N
..,.., Frmlly> Depesr.illuEalu. wtn effective. senile wttb Ward, which ended Intb learned bi
X, Y. Don, f.-mbe" Ill. deaacltloo. of she. attorney i I latter being. wounded. way: It 'wa who

Walker, of the Prutiwtaat Episcopal W"... Man Se 4 fer .<. J R. Draper and Jsdg.0. M. with I 1"1'. the' wounded train robber tbo ..,.,.. se.'se. .
dtoceee of western New York, Tuesday Idsabetklowm. Xy De*> S.D..k .- wa particularly bitter and uareaaoa HeM UiOawo Itl..".... S&.taat '
train -
formally o.po4 the .IUv Alger. A.b,*,. a WH .... .-.. ..... able Ta. latter went up to see ..pol'f. R. I. Dea t.-A aal>axj* oa a Cotton' Deft 81.11.-- <

trove B. era...,. n. ...... of Bt. Aa CIO'II"'C'' & $ af vgray sad who .%. ItawUaga whoa tie xaesace was reclve4 I .teeth. tbe first trader the efty ,. near Cytax u. t'e s.rTb .
drew co..",". *lt.>"..,.,. NT. .". ...... wild late. .....U... tor .J.. aaaouadag that Goveraor Ter new charter and la whlea ao party. ll.0of. from taeeag OSc".
from the anlal.try of the 19s4sroelenure ...*tk.. *...r.... t* the taw e<<< citate. roll a4 r.fa *4 to farther laterfer i *. Ttte ere+oar took place was *Ms-mi4 ef at r*,tte aaOoa ... with Jw4g-*>.at of the. courts and was was held here TtMtay. Tbe earntoumag any explanation eialmis tie a==c-
ta St John )$e4exu+pai rbwreh ant W J. .......,... a r.,.... else .r.+<*d by a ..,.4JIa of vuaperatlo of party .ao e. oa the bale .1st. at present to state clw

n} .as wUne4 by tare. I........{ the earn .>f II Dock's repatatJe rarely ..aaUe4 ...,....,.. *. .s. ts was booed. wo *i do away take. A. giant at tieboak. 3.+ c L( e -
1110..._ would Utat4
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"minister ****ted by ... Mt b.p t. fret general aatftleeaaeea was sea lie vaU that its lawyer bat vet f wua 4jrtSa mfcrst but .....u.. Abobat1a twas :=
I Act a. odclal wetaee***. Ukat .... tke avoet. tee ejfert treated Waa rtgbt. Boat av.* b4 been : .*.*. H t. sold that Kepablteaawftfl .* loaz abavw..d WUl".... tits ..JIIILl = M"nrr
t ef tae shorts were tMt ..e.!'" .. railroaded to ... gaMow HUM bo had vane for tao rsat ..,... Robert ::= rat
of the O* f
".et.tary ef S* lt***.,s<-] ,..-"tvte. bring vet snaay *M*. the retwt bay- been legatty sot ..*!. aaA iaaf U ...U t t. OottrellYoaoaacsa..:_ TW.dcoartmeat and ooa.atp-.l. t. _

Waaatagloa. 1)..... .-JTofeeee ., tag r... ftwtb fet" MstsaaBM shorty a. ..... ..... more eorMR..*. to tae s.-tta Cev.ateeree' hsAtbitsd. Treasurer 8. O. Joaaeoa at .II \. '
Jleary ratrftefcl Ov ora.' %f New Port tint was oat *fUea alt pt.per- ceaalr tf b.ull ba take* eat at De. Cfertoatanw, oft .
.f to ais eepaetty to sow tI Dfvt and betag ....u..t with ...-* *. j ----
sty wa.. ideoM erary > ta> f Mare/r Hcbvatta and otbr ..... .{ "nar Wewsa .... Mses7'
Nm'eaevanao SaolesNll.. to .+afCe M %ae : Yow..we O4ea *t CNwwhts.llslrmbta. reweV... sMw4 atoned ta. late an .aybxs elan Ttstneiseo. et'lsle. ,../."11t tAr I New Yovit. Z>Ie... *.--A b*****
!.A:.... a J._': Fioeswo4 T. L..asloI've ,. I B. C.. XXi.-AMr* Ern wbeea Rawttai..bowM .ltHe i f> tor tke s-scx axlMa of tb* ra..* ba man arrested lite.Qa7.e t001 :..e sots e
f..NI'1 L_ yR ; ..a .*>* Set Wow, Rev 0....... t..ft.Hr. f*. '\"...... -led I t u..e.a eM .... boa.. tb* .'... yraaeiPO BaaoiHe have bee* t, pK; bSe %> K.. U. baA I"f fa t
W.: t at th. JLM>.rV..a aCtt..e.. ., bre. ..tl....sdal He was aiteraear. gee : said >* u.w1M wa gwteg to ->roJi* e4 by u. aacaotttlea a. *V- her cket .. e bas .w. -=- -
.t--: f\ .',.,. ...r \w..: Pont and .z.: ..a-!. \not..rner. W eo HarpevUa.a .... anal that lots oaJET rxs.etattlA teat ... tb. lam order '1'nDS..rsatinve. wttik p bar Sae a4 u. *S *
to . ... .toe StwMw' was 11"11.1 to wti..d 1.. thaw< re k'. .
v r w_1' i1* to a* 41ae 4 beet, to +Ries.soss U** taaiaor ha ... hew *.BMireta.r to tie c -
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THE DAILY dUN: GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA. DECEMBER 0, 1908U __

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S, CHUBB REGISTERS Women as Well as Hca Are Made MR.' CATO LOST


WARRENRECEiVER Miserable by Kidney and HEAVILY BY FIRE

Bladder Trouble.

Kidney trouble I""Y" upon the mind, r; ; CASTORI
These Appointments Expected to linct' uutu nulaimeunaiuoition; beauty Horse, Male, Buggies, Barn and
.
..... MgMMT purl cl"<'TfulMX i
Be Made in U. S. Land Office. _If :,:: ,...., !." ,'. .. ..- : l1th1.ldney..r."IJ :Tor Infants and Cdildre
out of order or d-{ .
WELL DESERVED PROMOTIONS EVERYTHING WAS BURNEDFire
eased. .
'. ; Kiditcy trouble ba.l ins l Kind You Ha'
Has '
-5ol.l. Chubb eeen Receiver For l>ecoi lIe so prevalent Discovered Too Late to Extinguish fF : ,
that it is not uncommon }
Several' V.en-WIII Succeed Walter 1 J for a child to be and AH L.ft to Be Done Was z{ z Always Bought

G. Robinson as Register, Whit c-: born afflicted with to Welch the Crackling Ruln.Orl.gl" *
-=- Meak kidneys.. If the AreCclabIcPreparationIbrAsHr -
Shield Warren Will Oat Fat Plum. child urinates too of ten,tithe urine scaldsthe Supposed to Be Incendiary.' tb TOod andlleUula-

Toere S.{ a significance surrounding age flesh when,or it should if, when be the able child control reaches the Inormstlon reached this city Toes Hr<*jhg S tnmftrKt: nnd I l Qwc bd :Bears theSignature

day of the serious bee. by' Or.. of Tam
jthc meeting or certain prominent pa* age, It Is yet afflicted with bed-wet
Florida Republicans at the Windsor. ting,depend upon it,the cause of the difficulty ll. Cato which occurred at his home
is kidney trouble and the first near Alaohoa about 3 o'clock Monday -.-
J lEfotel In Jacksonville on;.Monday step should be towards the treatment of morning- EromotesTKgcsfloaCheeirulnessandltesLContains ; -

.which. neans a, great deal, becaose U thc trouble e important i.due to organ a diseased*. This condition Unpleasant of About the hour mentioned Mr. Cato neither of

means the giving oat of some fat polUIctl the kidneya and bladder and not to a was awakened by a crackling noise OpiumtMorphinC nor Mineral.

\ job which are now bald In the habit as most people suppose. accompanied by a bright glare. He :NoTNAHCOTIC.:
Women aa well.s men are made miserable .
palm of the band of the greet Florida with kidney and bladder trouble arose, to Pad his barn ablate, and not .rI

",' Republican and both need the same great remedy. withstanding that every effort was ,5;. aJ21.mra
organization
The mild and the immediate effect of I made to extinguish the flames, it was I ..
At that meeting among others Swamp-Root is soon realized. It is sold I too late, and the barn with one mute '

4 were leader of the Republican party cent by druggists and one-dollar, in fifty- ", __ one hone(.two" buggies and all eon- 0k I
la Florida-leader* who have guidedthe size bottles. You way .In. tents Including a large quantity" of
party with sturdy and safe hand, have a sample bottle coa. hay, etc., was barbed to the
and kept the prestige of Ilepnbllosn- by mail free also a D_.*.*..>.....*. ground entailing a severe lose
ism up to a high tandard. Among pamphlet telling all about Swamp-Root, The origin' of the Ore la not known Us
those were lion. Henry d. Chubb of Including letter many* received of the thousands from sufferers of testimonial but It Is supposed to have been Incen perfect: Remedy for Constipa

{ this city, receiver of the United States cured. In 'writing Dr. Kilmer & Co., diary.It tion.Sour Stomach.Diant
land offlce and chairman of the Stale Binghamton, N.Y..be sure and mention was not learned whether or not \ FVorms'.convulsions.reverish 0 r 0
ness and LOSS OF SLEEP. V e
Central Republican Executive Coman this paper. Don't make any mistake :Mr. Cato carried any Insurance.
U tee, a power whose Influence b Dd. but remember the name &wamp-Koot, I ..
Yacsim 1e !i1tnaturc of
ad.
Dr Kilmer's Swanl1>RJOt, and the
the party a.a gust of wind would bend N. Y. MR. GLASS RESIGNS.
Dress Binghamton, on every Y
,a straw Hon. J. N. Coombs of Apalacbloota bottle. Thirty earCASTORI
member of the National Republican . I District Superintendent Atlantic CoastLine NEW 'YORK.l .

Committee, and It I* said I Severs His. Connection.A. .
Ida State Troop, and an all.round
Hon, Matt. B. MaeKarlane of Tampa, 1XACT
good and useful eltlien. I L. Glsss, who for the past fourteen
collector of customs for that port, a It I* said that both gentlemen have i. years has been connected with
prominent Republican who stands the unanimous endorsement of the Republican the Atlantic Coast Line and Ita leased
higher In the In Florida than his r COPY.?WfAerte.
party orgknlcatlon In Florida, and line, and who ha* served a* chief dispatcher
,hlAh silk hat-a candidate for Oov- that the appointment Is sure to follow trainmatter and superintendent - vi.vaau.__... a.w s.'v,.
.roor on hi. ticket In the last gubernatorial
tin a day or two. has resigned his position as district
campaign.p I superintendent to accept service

'p I wen,somming this up It la said REV. FALKENBURY DEAD. with another company.It .

there was a caucus a* to the appoint ----- Ia not known at the present time
;i, meat of vacancies In the United tilates Former Resident of Gainesville Passed who I* aucaeed. Mr. Glass

land office, eaosed by the death of Away In Tampa Saturday.

Register Walter O. Robinson a few Rev D. A. Falkenbtiry, a former The Episcopal Bazaar. .REMOVAL SALE

weeks ago. While nothing authentic resident of Gainesville, died Saturday, The Woman' Guild I of Holy Trinity .. ..
k eaa be stated U I I. assumed on good December 1, at the residence of his Episcopal Church gave a baaaar. the

authority that Col. Chubb his been so daughter, Mr*. J. II. Strickland 007 Elka building Wednesday evening
In order to reduce stock having been forced t vacate our present local
faithful and efficient In the dltohargeof ,
Cotton street,Tampa which was largely attended, and which
on January 1, we wish to offer our entire stock of \J 11 PORTED CUINA
his the and
obligation to party, Itev. Falkenbury was born In was a success In every way,quite sum
belJ so much Influence with''thh power Whitehall N. Y., and bad been a rest- being realised. The proceed will be OUT GLASS at greatly reduced price.

that b./' that the organisationthought dent of Tampa for the past four year, devoted to the building fond of the At the same time we will offer our entire and new stock of FANCY 110

It wise and lust to advtfnee moving there from Oalnetvllle. He new church DAY GOODS, price that will be to your advantage.We .
him a notch or Iwo, and thai he will bad been In the ministry for sixty - .
receive the appointment of register, years and had reached the ripe old have the large and best selected stock In Central Florida of BOO

vice W. O. Robinson, deceased.Those age of .1&h'J.eeven ,.... II. leaves TOYS STATIONARY, DRESSING AND TOILET SETS SOUVENIRS. FO
who are In roslllon to know a wife, three sons and two daughters. To The Public: TAXIS AND POST CARD ALBUMS and other fancy novelties.

,take that Shield Warrea of Apalaebl- The children are Mrs.J. II. Strickland W. are headquarters. for Pipes,and 8maker. A'lol..
j 'Bola will tueoeed Col. Chubb a* r. and D. A. Falkenbury. Jr., of Tampa tJ Agent Waterman's'. Fountain Pen.

ceiver. )fro Warren I I. probably the J. Falkenbury of Llmonai M. O. X am now the sole proprietor of the
\ youngest Republican of promlnno ln Falkenbury of Mlsml.I. T., and Mrs. YOM Will Save Mnty by Baying Now.
shop formerly operated by the Baird
Florida, being scarcely thirty years of Jams Johnson of Montana. .
age He has been In Apalachleola, Th. lu\ra' took place Sunday at 2 Hardware Company and will continuethe After January 1 we will befitted op lnournewgaarter. In the store at tl
corner of East Liberty and Est Main atreet (VIDAL'S STAND), whsre i
connected a prominent way with p. tn, f romthe Strickland residence,
..> the business and commercial Interest and was conducted by Rev. Joseph boslnra at the earn old ..'.ad. All solicit a continuance of your liberal patronage.

of that city, for several year, and I* Bherouse of the Advent church. work will receive my personal atten Yours respectfully,
regarded* not only one of the moat
efficient ba.I.... men, but one of the ELECTION OF OFFICERS tion. No *eab* will be employed by A. L. VIDAL & CO.

_"affable and mootheet politician me. ,

'-0. record for hi* eg*. II. Is reeom- Mount Vernon Lodge No. SO. Knlaht THOa. J. M'EVOY, GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA..
cnsnded by competent and well Informed of Pythla. Have Fine Meeting.
Sheet Metal Worker and Plumber.P.
authority a* a most efficient A largely attended and Interesting ESTHER 8. JORDAN. w. w. iiAM rros
*nn, and I* very popular In hi. hometown meeting of Mount Vernoa Lodge No. $.s I refer to my former employ..r. .

being lleutenaat la the Flor- 30, Knight of Pjlhlss, was held at .

.....-... ,... - -. ---- .. ,- ..-- Castle Hall Tuesday evening, when JORDAN & COMP AN
the following officer* were elected for
:mD'VIT.A.EU:>S.
stcniwAiBOOKCASES the ...ula. term
" 1( O. O., W. T. 'Pound V. 0.. J. A. INSURANCE

s \ .V Roberteont P..T. H. Kills,Jr.| M. ot OPERA HOUSE
W.. D. M. Tomkle! M. at A. W. P.
Ooffey| I. O., J. E. Kennedy| 0. O., sc.a.ssas.w *...a..w,. PORTER BLOCK QA1NCSVILLE, FLORIDA

t N. R. 0." .".Jr. i K. of R. A 8.. E. A.

Btruokt M. F.. Robt. McClcllani M.olEMJ. Saturday, Dec 8. Fire Life and Accident no a:%."' sad I

W. nUodlog.The '-
lodge we aevev la a more flourishing -
-J. A. COBURJTSONE -
eottdltloe, .which I* gratifying
to the .....t.n"'p. AT RARLOAVMINSTRELS
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The City Ceu* afiuur/fi ChristmasGoods
ti fl At the regale monthly meeting at
the Council Monday there ...little
Ya s all. knew %h gv-A hoo* Kold word
Duslaee of Importance transacted,

TEE: ::: G'UN other than the pay meet of the blUe for AN ALL-WHITE COMPANY|

the correat moath. The onU..... Ab.-awl.1f a........... ..&
providing for calling an election for
BCOT1ONAL 8YSTKVI ot ltuok.buaa Year noaey'e .wne h or past mosey
the bonding ot the city, for the purchase _-H.ek-_ ,
,lag and filltm .. acknowledged. th. of the did East Florida 8emlaary'
bu.b was brooght before Ike Ooe.. ETtrythlng New Thig Seau oPreeeejileg
l vier. vt all "..,," .,.t..., lx*.... sit a.4d It. ....-I read log.UfV .
tee I.t..t Camhletact tlpe.
st ....Soo. a....an.. eocnprU- ., AKMktnt 2t....|" |.
.t lu com l rebeasic.s.sa,* ....,len.e. ae> )
lag AMerme-s HolgeeaaxlTafler was dee.lc Ihac- Graft the

.lo.llxae, material, .atM..' work and ...pot.... to lawetlgml tale tee cost 20th Century Aerial SpecL&hShowtsg Toys, Dolls Games,
.f pw'.g with reek Pvarl street, toota ,
flnlalt bar4 a Ma..i.r .AIRSHIP. OfflH ,.
u.a.\U. from la *
depotto ...., ....._. ... o.s )I.......... Fancy Novelties Wholesale and Retail
of tee Atlantic Out
UOUKUBKAlll.xaREMOVABLE the ertMsleg .
a.llfallttatrt. I>w fiay sad Cot.r _
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U... ae kl ..*aMltt" .. to report at taAUehaa .. .cr..... -- ,-
r0 '.IIIa111At1 .eat egolar .......1It et ISM CbesNLArtewtlos I
Owr Pvee.wt .. FIREWIRKS( solicit the of the trade.
-- - ,--. -' ---- I -:.O *r Pact Geese. tT patronage
DOOR s.retleaalrat w..... ., *. Las.., tires. -n.. Ira eves.J &.. -- IB uMrrJ.'U.SiB f ---=' rTJ -=.ona.' .. ..+fB :- -
.kltae VN st.l U.s.he.ap IIe MAN
$ solid la ...PM...... Osasp N.. P. W. O W wiry,. ..- ,
AU in* bead and ..,....at,s of .... tell tire ..lsrse Uavg I* the bur UNZQUALLED OLIO I BOOK STORES
Ui4a are e-nHrely. eHmlaste4. ropes'hi..r.tay .....t.... l>...__. .. .. water*Vaa.>T.M.es>4 !<...lty Aete DREW'S

at n....* eAeev wiU Ve, aealoai4 sort SPLENDID \.OCAL CliotaPsr 1 s-
clotted toe ,.. .....a.. y"r. sad .... --- - 45.47.49 West Bay
er tspettaal beats..4 .tU be ...-.. ;d.; a.4 l C.ct w1.i 30.r .. 'I
...... A r.u att......... .......tJ JACKSONVILLE
FLORIDA.
Cs resile Furniture Ccrapany 1\ Wseaa. : tL .;. sloe: 11Utr nc.t: $2 $. .t'swat ; ,
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J'- I .. Insane Man Leaps from Train. -

FACTORY I St. Louis, }Io. De s. K.->7ame>a CLYDE STEAMSHIP COMPANYcincl
OTHER L. Gray. deputy United StateIn- :,
dtan Inspector of Muakeree. I. T !
FORAINESVILLE reported on his arrival In St. LotUs rf
: Ask''Ui' that one of the two Insane prlaontra

1 : he was arla-rtng I to this dry kd

Destined to Become Jumped from the train while. It was
c Center.TO moving 40 wile. an hour. Qray aald
ess manufa.cturing that the train- was not stopped a* the
.,'. absence
was not noted until -
BEGIN AT ONCE ome: time after he had 'leaped f 'rGov

About from the moving train The man
1 end.nt Pitt i* Now Bu.Uy EnArr.nK'.nKForlhe :who Jumped la William B. nilJa. sad
Openly te Is reported missing between Marthaavilla -
and DuU. ).I.. I s.-rt't'N"GS: : E..A.OEtWm:1lTKtI: : : ::
1FMM1 I. B.ltin With Three Harness --....-.,.. ._ D&TWIIXNJacl

,kl.1er1t But umber to Be I Increased, A Miraculous Cure. son.v:111e:: New York,

--5a rille has another mtnntte JAP-AalAG The following. statement by 11. /)f. Calling' CHARLESTON. S. O.. both .at.

L! ?,?.terpri.e which. If given the > Adams and wife Henrietta, Pa. will Tho Finest Steamahipi in the Coa&tvriso service
In the matter interest parent and other. "A miraculous
.'..re.eoeragh00,. ;the State I. des ) oure has taken place In our Clyde New England and Southern Lineal'y
and
b-eome one of the largest home. Oar child had ectema 5 year Freight Bervioe Between JACKSONVILLE BOSTON and
jtte.'ire lodol.rlea In this secB. and was pronounced Incurable, whenwe PllOVIDKWOE and All .Eastern Point.
-- read about Electrlo Bitters, and Calling at Charleston both way*.

Thorns Harness and soncloded to try It.- Before the second :
3.E3:4z-w.uinKLY
nw.! : : : SA ::cc.tN"GB:

\ raetarlDJt OompaoJ I. the name bottle was all taken we noticed a Southbound............ . ..... . . ......From LewU Wharf Baatoa
concern and It I* no mythiterations We always have., all kinds.r.glyyr change for the better and after taking Northbound...... .... .... .... From Foot of Catherine st.. JaekaonvlLaClyde
have aetnally began 1''. .. 7 bottles he wa completely cured."

teems of the e.tsblbhment. W. "''I, ,." ''. It' the up-to-date blood medicine and St. Johns River Line ,
Ga.. baa been 0. body building tonic. Guaranteed lOa
of Newnan aot"VVeen '
Bit, J AOKUONV..ac .nd tAN"O"D::
day arranging and $1 at all stores
two drug
twtbe past machinery'IfeTTts Stopping at Palatka Astor', Bereaford (DeLandand Intermediate. Landing
what
Erfint and ,ettlng on Bt. Johns River.
already arrived In position, Historic Church Will Ba Restored.

as this I* accomplished Washington, Dec. 5.-Historic old I Steamers "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE" and "FRED'K. DE BARY' L
axon Falls church In Virginia from which
jHBtratfS maker will be employed Are appointed to tail aa follow i Leave Jacksonville! dally except ,
the village of alls church derives Us
BAIRDHardware tiaturdaye.at3i90it.nl.! Resuming leave Sanford dally ex q
|beginning.jTtfltt<< name acd at which church President
m" Is himself a practical. bar.iBofaetnrer. \YashInctcn worshiped for tears 1* crpt- ...-: Hunday= .-' -.., at.8._I SO_-a..m.-..-_._ --Cr.watitioitw -

I having been for to be rf' 'ore.!. This work la to be dawn. 8C11KI>UI IS rtinaw.e.aN.e.d N.ad ,
.p a
ftiyone year superintendent of Co. undertaken by the American scenic IeaveSr8Opm..Jacksonville.' . . ... . .. ...Arrive' :la rU)am8t43pm {t
harness factory In Newnan and historical preservation society at ... .. .... ... . . . .Palatka.. ... . 9 .. ..... ..Leave HiOOpoi8KX r,
.kris be the biggest thing/ of Phone 7. the request of the Rev. Q. S. Burn- ) ..... .. ....... . .... . . Aator .... . . ., ., . .... tttOOttmllervaford
fc b said to the .. .... ......... (DeLand) .. .... .. .. ... liOOpm,
tied In the Empire State of err 111*, the rector' of the church. Arrlve8&80am..Sanford ... . .. .. .. .... ..... OamsuslO .

Hs will act In the same taJgitjr General Washington. George Mason! aOO am . ...!....! ...' :." . .F.nt: rr.>.rlee.._.:.......... ..... ..eo. 10"-& asst
Auguatln Washington and other men
.. for the local factory.I GENERAL PA88. AND TICKET (! ..lUJo;. 123 W It AY MlJAQKBOM VILIJI:. .
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who were promlnent-ln colonial days,
I Going At It Right. Hadaway Commits Suicide. r. M. taowxoNzN.JiL.Art.O.awr .*. Ate. II*WM Nay.", JtekaontUIe.ru.tT. .
Hampton Ga. Dee. 5.- A. T.Jllldawa were among the vestry men of tlo .O.COOl'Klt.Jr. rrclabt. Asses. lX>VaxU....,..rtnt.n.enl*
!-1f.are going Into this thing In right ,.. a young man about 31 church ____________ A. O. UAOtKTY.U. ,K\,'uoi.1'aM.Aau.Mew of noeaa ur.Y."wh.. ....va.._"11.-..D-.J MIUMR.OeMrrt.: ; Ast..NwTeki.

axtrked Major Thomas, referring years of age shot himself with a 38- Chlldren'a THKO. Q.' )KUElt, Y.-P..t C>. M r

siktTtntare Tuesday. "I have forButlme caliber pistol Monday morning. He OeaeraJCffei rtarM Notts River. Jlra...MIO&.......r. lien.Yspb
noted the demand for a bar- had been working In East Point tot F..orlt80010 I I.'hlt.. Cream ,, r
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Ma factory In this section with the.al&tball several months and came down to Vermifuge, the cure for worms and all

. have decided to establish visit relatives In Hampton being at children's diseases. It not only kill Take The Atlantic Coast LineFOR
Enterprise here. Wa will begin the home of*Coy Drown his broth- the worm, but remove the mucus and
er-In-Iaw. Hadaway wife died I slime In which they build thlrnet*.
firstworkmen about a year ago. He leave three Its action on the child is mild and ALL EARTHLY POINTS '

throughout the State within the mall children. A letter waa found leave him In a healthy condition. Joe
months will have a la bid pocket addressed to hrs mother Daniel, Barmao. Tenn., says that he .'a y-
mteclre) we t'. a iD ep.at.
'ascrt employing/ from fifteen to that showed hi. Intention premeditated save one of his children White's Nortli ::: .East t I :JoQtli at..satar Vest', t Ja.a'rtDeae4.r

sty Barnes* maker, using the most The ball entered his heart Cream Vermifuge when the doctor IU.. Mesttuwmr.

fesitr,* miehloery, and turning ..outinKtyaa death being Inatant.INDIGESTION. thought it had colic and from the Transit and UnaurpiiemMl Service
well a* quantity of harnessdsld..erlptionathstcannotbe first dose the child passed 73 worms. Rapid

sun A CRIME.. For sala by \V. )I. Johnson.Maccr Time Tab). lit effeel November, 16OO.

aacd in the South" '
As factory at the beginning will be Don't You Want a Keen Appetite and >k:. ettee CXttoa Hold Clectlent. Depart For OAINEHVILL1C_ _ Arrive From r
a P.rfett Health' Once Mora? 2*>*toa. Dew.' .-Th rto aaMllerMsnaaeautx
.b-a"-r..s;
'tripped with the latest machinery 19&SS a m Ocala, i .. I ,0oa In
.siippUanees for the manufacture ofamu Don't yon want keen appetite vigor' Cia cities bold their an Daily r ti. 1'et.rsburR Dally
nnal ei coons Turanlay National ..
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" of deaeriptlon. The digestion strong heart action
every one and state pwrty tint's were not .trt< tly 1:00 Ocala Le..bura sad Tsmp.. add $44p_
paa
-will be Immediately placed upon pure blood nerves of .steel and nat
adhered to. there being various I O- Daily Int.rm.diat.Polata .k .td0ap8tapm
'..lIu111. a traveling salesman will ural strength and health restored to called citizen and In4.pen4ent mo.".

IIt.ploJed. and the facilities will bellmUe4. you on >e more? IOPDt.'10 several of themualclpaUtlea.. Jacksonville. a 13aapmA
*s the demand require If you continue to enlist with the The campaigns have In nearly every' .101. m North, East. and West Daily

Iks faetory will be located In the Ills of indigestion soeh a* headache, Instance been exce dtaglr brisk 11 aU am Jllab @pn1ngt' WaeroM.. llavannah llrunawlek .,1' p.

BStr block West Liberty street op- backache, sleeplessness, nausea and and for the thirteen cities there are Daily Albany, "' ,la.ao..U l'niate Norah, East WedS Daily
'pats the Immense Thomas atable. : distress after eating speck before the thtrty-Bve mayoralty candidates. The - .

istipeeted that the plant will be In eye, despondency and nervousnet license question la many places has tltlbpm 1O&WsasDaily.

tntioa by the beginning of next. now that you have been told of the been made a vital Isave. I lloabell.Mleaaupy and Cilia "JJ Jjf

.f.... good Ml-o-ua stomach tablet will do --
you, then your Indigestion' Is an absolute Early to Bed
The Newt From Arno. 1 '.40p '
crime. And early to rise,makes one healthy rUOOr r.latka 1>aUr ;
\.a..D.e. fi.-The ground la very Mi-o-na will strengthen all the organs happy and wise-especially! If you take ,

"7. tardtaa suffering roads that will A .. _' -- -. .- .. =:.... _-Ott
very of digestion ? TOO get Herbine before retiring. positive == :: : :: ;,;: ;; --r---z :-=; :
bey- fall oat-.owing delayed. from your food the nourishment that core for constipation, dyspepsia! and lsl.rskang.astbl.INlleege. Tleketa gutsd over 1ItOJ .U. 01 among lo prlc4.etpal .-
t latr* was Urge attendance at For I is needed to support the vital fore* all liter eomplslot Mr*. 8-, Columbl. railways I. 'b. $outbera $"'.. are Da sale by the pr..p61..D.. .. ,
J'all..n .1.. .., I'art'tampsa to hew leek. via Atlsnile' 00Mt.
.u.... the nerve the write "I always keepa Tbrvo.h .
ehoreh at the Thanksglvkfwrvtee and strengthen powers .T.o. t LlD via Atlantis Gout Use .114 Sootbetu lull..,.
Thursday evening. This flagging spirit of mind and body will supply of your Herbine o. hand Am For eompUV 'laformalloa.al)oat
*,,),* -.. given under the auspices rejuvenated hop, courage aed, .o wall pleased with the relief II give J. A. GOOD WIN.$ Ticket Agent n.ineavllti..

*"ae Ckristtan Endeavor &cr." and etrength will be restored. In constipation and all liver eom Add,...rY8ANK
." ta. fins attempted! for several The fact that ) -o.na I* void under plslnu. that word east ..1'.... myappreciation. .1. DQYUtTO" Dl f.. Fan. Agt.. W. D. TAttlC.Trav/Pw**. Af|.
J*". Tke society, through its prnlS'stdeirn an absolute guarantee by J. W. Ms. ." Bold by W. M. JohaIon. 1W W. hay *'., "' *10.. *(14l...Jaak.nntlfe,145. t
Tiattto >tana.. MUmlKCUm.X O.
W. J. CKAIf Paerr r.
.. to express Its thank for Colleen A Co., to strengthen the digestive !_ T. (5. WHITK. 0...,., Pa....ii.r Agent.

irempt response of the people. It & system and restore health or Three KHIeaU 1* HwH. ---- _. -.-- ..-- -..' ... -. -..- ... .... -.....- ..-...... .---- ... _.,- ...-. .--...---
ti4M for Jon correspondent to see hy will refund the money prove* New Tork. o.e. i.-*.A s>tark froaa

1.."loa* eaa elalm to be a loyal moat clearly and strongly the greatmerit a candle carried by a laborer. 4**frs>.4 S E..A. :::B a .A. E :]: ::>W }'
**..., ".e" less a loyal Christian of ibis remedy Cato a can of gtaM *ow.\- aa4 **... ,

9\at.*. ao' .....' at the House of Ask them to show you the guarantee .4 aa eiploaloa ..... a gasg of '
...* this day In recpoase to lb.1'Jtia they give with every Wrens box of ws-rkmew. th. Pesasylvaala. rallr *4taaael Air Line Railway :
>aUoe of the President of the MI-o.oa. Thla will show abelr faith lathe *...r the Cast river Tare.

r...,.* au* and the Governor of remedy, and Ml-o-na Ittfelf will men were kt14 e..t"t" rla . . Fon. ..<. .
** "-Ie. sod reader thanks to Al'Otf coon demonstrate rte healtb-glflsig drtacOf twelve otkars. Us ..-

a. God for Hi manifold blessings. qualities. __ ._. busty' In.r1.t..o rot ir.4 aoeoftaiasidy Savannah Columbia Camden Southern.
'1l sa'.teetag .
Lb. .. Ias In atmoat. n. s ,
aZ J<> ChrUtlaaa to "be I
MIG c..t te Leave teabearal.Norfolk trots wares. were as..bd ..
p I the powers that be." I Va o.e. *.The real. *. tk. soot aaNotice. seat ...... Pines, Raleigh, Richmond, Wash- .
H a Clark who has bar"V nation of B. F Oe-t. aa ...... vtee . ..
:.C *.. ....... Baltimore Phila-
"W oollday at home, re- pre.t4at aad tratne manager of Ute .. Owr Cwl4 'ington, ,
18'ti sober school at Bell Monday.JTVf4 8e a board Air Llae railroad beena.w w. are ...*... to*.....*s that F.I. .-
X, 11, Ma.oct hsr daughter. effective DPC II Ille eraocewt .,', HOSHMT and Tar fee .ow*>-. ..>.. dolphia. New York
*.. .*.. MU Rita" Clark err will not be cau oattl the nut JDNt. ,. sod least tn ebl.. I* at aff.w..4 byrb.liatwoal
Sr!Tv. *'CI."C of the directorate la New Tar*:. Pare Food -. Dear U-
dlaaer with F. P. tag
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> >"oe o ar Two Elegant Train Daily
W.b IVneeeaVer )fr e s 11 coataio Septa .
+ .e.i faaally. tfee Utter part of tel dreg ass .. ..*.....*.. b *. Sa1.
t Jr. tt..ja *(.> spent Sunday ., traffto W/MrCollosB Seaboard
ep.tSiendst
r'r'rt ha O..e. '''''U.C friends and of praMe the Kaaraa City eoetbettt. J A Co. Express.


rt E r.,.... ot .f &Zr a vied TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY put. paaela Dee Cewp.eee.1iaune 1..Jf1II.4I. g'sNrssti Seaboard Mail.

, ""'r r"ort. BfcOMTlM. Qal.... ..taJ deperem..te sad m.wssw4a.t. .
r p 11.04.,....., ..... af4 Tako LAXATIVE reread -+ NIt .. lases ..".... its ..... a Maa.
tat twee.lass ...It.. t>rCfU 1 ,....... .ave.. -n. ..aca.. KxavN
OEOV.T
I,fir,, .sad. UrR ...... of Ilayse.oetb, .atar falle.to t-o..or e.... *i H but W. *' *. e see ........ .. MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENTOnly

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't.e.e. s fee "f' SL.t ...4 ..... gas
****> ** if %wi jr* a a Line Operating

_.. .. Ge.. Gr.", ...... I Non-alcoholic =. sr...1: .=':= Ditfy Tkrcoffe Pelfmia Sletpcft from JieUooftH to New Oft*N&- .
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-.. .... r... ..-n,. yYa LsRx Mtsvt. It ,rSarsaparilla ...... \.;
.. <""- * o Ul .T Gestenl Ss VI Atea a4. 'M fail fl+ r aUo. sad *l**,.r ,.*...rviosM call say agent >e.toasrtil >. .
.. \ r .. It.aja wme. antal- flsty.,1. .u. --.. . A C111I1 >>WTLITO. J.. Aasldeaa On..nl .......... .....,
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THE DAILY SUN: GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, DECEMBER 6. 19I>6' Srt

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Made Crop. and Returned. J1ADB FROM NATIVE ROOTS. Female Burglar Arrested.

11 aeon, Qa. Dec. 6.- .Judge m- SAFE AND RELIABLE. New York Dec. 6.-Secluded on
.ory Speer reckoned with four whitetieens the rear porch of Joseph J. Whive's:
> with That the roots of many native plants. home In Pelham Heights where she
charged ,111Jlt distilling
growing wild In our American forest, Growing Girls
in the federal court Monday morning poMeaa remarkable properties forthncure was waiting for her accomplice MaryBrown
They bad been convicted andXaliawed of human maladies' la well proven. Eventhe alias Mary Cook. Westchea-
untutored Indian had learned the ter first female burglar was
county's
to go bora to make tb..ttt| | curative. veins of some of those and
crop Monday was the appolnt.ed the early settlers their uses. The arrested early Monday rooming. According ,
time when they were to return and Indian never liked work so he wanted his to a confession made the
squaw to get well as soon an possible that prisoner admits taking part In 12 Mt girls need care advice and
Growing medicine
to
accordingly they were present be Jo the work and let him hunt. ,
grin their sentences. Many times Therefore he dug papoose root*for her Vernon robberies within two week especially on reaching the of
age
offenders of thin data have. been given for that. was their great remedy for female and sharing in at least 5.000 worthof puberty. A
weaknesses. Ur. Pierce uses the clemency mother's tender and words of
pleading
care
caution
the opportunity to get ready for same root-called Bins Cohokh-In his plunder. Although will
-Kavorlto rreeerlptJonsklllfaU, combined for herself. Mary refuses ,to tell
their sentences Tbls action of leniency often accomplish wonders. As for medicine
with other. agents that make It tile name of her gentleman friend. a
of the court was not abusedand
effective than other medicine' In
the four men wbo had. consentedto more curing all the various any weaknesses and sue called him. "1 would rather gentle safe. and reliable strengthening tonic is

return after their crops were made painful derangements peculiar to women. serve 40 years myself than squeal Wine of CarduT:
Many afflicted women have been saved the prisoner after -
on my. love. said
.
And sold kept tbelr.YUJrd. One month
from the operating table and the snrreon's -
Imprisonment and a One of f 100 for knife by the timely use of Doctor she bad been arraigned. It will prevent and relieve pain, regulate the

over the lower peltla I refrlon;with,
'punishment the. 04i( hae conuoltted backache spells of dimness falntnoss.. Escaped from: Siberia. constitution. -
The men were toHjpta up their terms bearing down pains or distress should not San Francisco.: Dec. 5.-OeorgeQersbunl
g-o( unheeded. A course of "Favorite Prescription Russia Political prisoner - medicine for
of service. will work marvelous tanefit a It Is a valuable growing girls. It
In all such eases, and generally! effect' a of Siberia arrived here on tbe critical
Florida Wins Over Railroads. permanent cure 'If persisted In for a reasonable China Monday. He escaped from has tided thousands over a period, and

Washington, D. C. Dec. The length of time.. The agent FavoritMwbo being the Ankney prison In Siberia concealed saved them from years of suffering. It can never
eu rem. court of the United States llrip r pareedafrom native medicinal In a barrel, of saner kraut.
Monday decided a number of case root, without. a drop of alcohol In Its Uersbunl was one of tbe organizersof do harm and is sure to do good.A .

between the state of Florida and the make put up tip for whereas tale through all other druggists medicines for, the fighting organization of the I relief or cure for all.female disorders in t:11s: > !:

railroads In that state. Involving. the' woman's peculiar ailments contain large Russian revolutionary party. Ger-
right of transportation of phosphatela quantities. of spirituous liquors, which shunt was arrested in May 1903. and and women.At .
that state The rate established women.are very harmful"Favorite especially Proscription"to delicate con In March 1901. wan sentenced to b4 every druggist's In $1.00 bottles. Try it.

was 1 cant per mile? but the railroads talus neither alcohol nor harmful habit- banged. As h# bad not assisted In
refused to carry the order Into forming drugs. All Its Ingredients arc killing anybody his sentence Wnn
each bottle
prlnl.t'illon wrapper. Jt Is a
''h' effect on the ground that It was unreasonable powerful invigorating tonic Imparting commuted tp life Imprisonment In tbe '
and would result In depriving health and strength In particular to the Bchlesselborg penitentiary. He was I WINE

them of property without due organ and sickly distinctly women feminine.who arc' "worn-out For: weak,* afterward transferred to the prison I ;t .CARD I

process of law. The commissioners or debilitated especially for women who at Ankney near tbe Manchurian. bor .
thereupon asekd for a writ of work In store, office,or school-room! wbo der. _ OF
alt at. the typewriter! or sewing machine, -
mandamus, compelling; the company or bear heavy household burdens and for
to comply with tbe order. The supreme naming moters. Dr. Pierre's Favorite! Long; Tennessee Fight.
court of Florida granted the Proscription/ will prove a priceless benefit For twenty years W. L. Rawls of
bocausA of I Its health restoring and We Are flaking a Special Leader of
writ and the railroads appealed to strength-giving power. Dells, Tenn., fought nasal catarrh. lie
the federal supreme court with the For constipation the true scientific' writes "The swelling aDd soreness
result that the decision was affirmed. enre I Is harmless Dr. Pierco's Pleasant Pellata. Inside my nose was tearful, till I began CEH-TURY RY:
Mild' :yet. sure.
applying liucklen's Arnica Salveto

Asthma Sufferers Should Know Thlr. th* sore .surface this caused the '
Ko1y'a IIon.y and Tar has cured New Trial-=Refused-- : soreness and swelling to disappear, For Family and Medicinal use, and we guarantee this whiskey to
be equal to any $2m on tho market.Price .
to return. Vest salve In exist. whiskey
many eases of a.tbm.'tba, were con Clnclna,".. Deo. 6.-Tbe UnlteJ never
nee. 2So at al IJ) druggist.
Idered hopeless >Mrs, Adolph Dues States circuit court of appeals. In session

Jog, 701 West Third St.. Davenport, here affirmed the decision of the Ducks Seized by Game Warden. $2.00 Per Gallo:
: Iowa, writes. "A severs cold eon lower court In the case of Edward
St. Louis Doc. 5.-:Ninety barrels and Furnished Free.
Prepaid Jug
is trailed twelve years ago was neglreted Kllcktnper! vs. the United States of containing 1,800 wild ducks shipped Express
until "finally grew Into asthma. The America.! Fllrklnger was Indicted
from Texas and consigned to a Chicago -
best medical skill available could not and convicted of conspiring with Ot- All of oar Liquors are guaranteed to strictly comply with the NEW
firm were seized by deputy
game PURE FOOD LAW. Send for Price List.
tn I*. Mays, of Ualcon. 0. presidentof
give than
me more temporary rllef. wardens and donated to charitable Institutions .
a bank at that place to the
wreck
N' rol. '. and
Honey Tar was reconi* today. This is the biggest .
bank. Judge Taylor of tbe lower
mended and one flftyeent bottle entirely seizure since the new state game law
court, found both liars and Flick
eared roe of asthma which had went Into effect prohibiting the shipping .
tnger guilty and sentenced them to ]
been growlnx' on me for twelve ,..r.. of wild game In or out of Mis JOSEPH ZAPF & CO
seven and a half years each In the .
If I bad taken It at the start I ..ouldh."e penitentiary. Both asked for a new lOUr!. __ _ ___ I Dept. O.

b..n saved years of suffering** trial, which were refused by 'the Cur For Sore NIppUs. I
J. W. MoColJum Co. court below but Fllcklnger took an Long Distance Phone 345. Jacksonville, Florida.
appeal. As soon as the child Is don nursing
apply Chamberlain's Sal\".. Wtp It
Candidate Spent Over $35,000.
HarrUhurg, 1-.. Dec. S.-Lwls A Western Wonder. off with soft eloth before allowingthe PERRY H. COLSON, Pfts. J. W. ELAHDIUC, Yice-Pres. B. R. COLSOH, Set-Trd
.,..1 There's Hill at Dowse Tor. that's child to uorse. Many: trained
Enaery the unsv *" Democratic a ,
best results
nurses use thlstwllh thus .
XJnoolD candidate for governor at the twice as big as last yesr. This wonderIs I'rle.20 cents per box. For sal. byalltltuggUts.
recent election. spent IZS.61.4I In 'V. L. lllll, who from a weight of 00 ALACHITA COUNTY

all camps Ira.' according to a statement pound h.. grown to over 18O. llesayst .- --- -. -'
filed today In the office of the **1 suffered with a terrible-cough, and ABSTRACT CO3&PAN"The
of the commonwealth. Stanton & Ma
secretary doctors gave me up to die of cantorap- Foundry

tlon. I was reduced to DO pound, .
...
King Approves New Ministry when I began taking Dr. King's New chine CO., Inc.

}Madrid [)QC. $.-King Alfonso has Discovery for Consumption, Coughs Ga.i.rLea-v-LJ.J..e: :E'.a.i ,_
approved of a new ministry under the and Golds. Now after. taking 12 bottles PALATKA. -:- FLORIDA.

premiership. of Marquis de Armljo tnwhlco I have more than doubled In Manufacturers ol-

Ueneral Weyler resumes his old weight and am completely cured." Iron ud Brrss Castings and Machinery, "The Title! Is the First Consideration.:

post of minister of war. Only stir cough and eold cure 00.'. Crate Bars Pbospbate Castings TV* do an exclusive. Abstract business with facilities for Imrartirg 'FTI
anteed by all druggltts. boo and $I. INFORMATION concerning the Till to any and all lands in Alachua Cj--t
Maine's Jurist Dies Suddenly Trial battle free.Addition Railroad and Hill Castings ALL BUSINESS TUASS1CTED PUOMITLV.
Uoston. Dc. fi.-<<:blef Justice
Andrew "'. tinsel). of Maine supreme to Reek (stand" i and Repairs. -

court, died. suddenly here at the Tbu O..A.s-r JUV"XCR-s: D1L-z.
Important
luthrle. Okla.. Dc. t -An -
rains hotel of heart disease addltMm to the Hook Island' t.ta..tat.tsar w_......a aheW>KNl rsemit..ee.d C... VUltN uttDlcna.to aeee ABSTRACT & REALTY COM PAN

.... .. _ ., d _. _ portant addition 1o lbs Hock .., - --- -- ----- - ,
been chartered to be built from KJ

Steno Oklahoma, to a Junction In Ilnoorporteal
Kansas with the Hock Ulaid at
E. E. VOYLE. MGR.
Mead The oompany Is known s. Atlanta
the Oklahoma and Canadian liver .Abstraeu Title and full Information furnished regarding leads .La
Railway company with places of business 8Oua',. Oar manager has lived In this eoontr thirty yeah aaaIs
at 11 Itsoo. Topeka, Chicago Birmingham, thorotighly eonvvrsant with land titles.

sad Nsw YfKk. It has an estimated

length .f :u.. miles; an eMimeted
cost of IC.12ft.000 and Its capital Is Chattanooga IB. E "VO :Y: LE..

.i.ii ttred at It."0.000. Its director ..
X '
Flu BUROLARY AND INSURANCE.
ACCIDENT INDEMNITY
are Rock Island o sclaI..
Louisville seating number of prominent Amrfean and La, lisp eompaak
REAL ESTATE AND' CITY LOANS.s .
What's Go.:1.c.--u.l.o. :: p s .Ir'1.orl.do::

Worth doing Is wt tth doing well Cincinnati
.
If wish. to beurd of rbeamatlsnat
you ,, .......e..ia..raIf
ttsllsrd'e floow U.I.....' sad. you

will bs "well eared. A positive. ears Chicago.wnniiuiurT. --

far sprain. enralgla, "'.1.... eotrselwtt **. ,
Baby snuselea sad all th. Ills. that You Are Insured

wont cry ITyou peek Is aIr to. A.. O. ).I. WUIIsms.Navasots. .i

tfivcv Him Texas,writes t ..1..Hd ,
BAQ.ARDS Wow U.I....t fore.rst.ed- sable aa4 trect3I
la a Company that U Rrt n s.bU. Have a Policy C
HOROKHJND SYRUP. It gav the best of ..".r. uo.. I always I... Writtea With Utwrslity of JPoJtey CoatrMt and the Comr-
w seep It la the .bos*...* b'otd by .REST UNI __ fay Leases Promptly
I'lejuuutt to tak-. rank results I
Sv
),1. .Io1a.to.
!
Owtalns nothing injurious,

-I CUttllS COUGHS..*. OIUI TltUOAT COLD. .".'".... a-....".r. Has ....,....4. j 4C C You Are Assured

i WttOOIINO CUIHIII ASU .......... p..,. ft, -It see rep et4ar "FLORIDA UNITED"L :
/. ALL. PULMONARY D4>UAM-S.; Mo* was ov........ loa without you bat sec'
Mrs, J, C. Jeukist.,11.,nv-'r, Urea aswtvtaal .aJ.f .a.ta.. *f tk* .. Jackavitl f 4* .. m ':\: ", 'ap.
" ('010.,, writ.; "I fan say .."...* e..aat ssssaml.isisi. a4 r.- oH4 train, "..., )....C Carlser ;
J enough for \& )"",'. Uot;. I tso very list Dy ........ :
It* was a *a4 U O
*>
hound Hymp, It SUM eared = p TAre&a hU_s Meet'-", '
;' tny baby of the croup. and rnyrhlldrvn 'lN1._ ._ :) Fire Life Accident and Ilealtli Insonaa.
a of .*..,. C.C."uu.Ct.., 1 to Attaoti.F \ ,
local
Sleeper .
1 know no better ""''ht'Io.." .... Cues f.'t.' .

fcX. ilk aaaj SI.OOflalUnl J n %Vatrs a. .f \Vatrtw. O.ftaral III i des b.t BHatU c-....... .............

F... D.Uv.ry. -ri'I, I

Snow Liniment Co. ,.) da.vg%'.r. afil44" fe y*''* with" e,*. .e rate*, mait** *r ..*.rvs Wee. I 1\!\1\
..-r. lX>lTtK MUk '-C'l'- .atsr4 *>y Df. Et..'. New ..ta_ .r. weft.James* I:' A.. 1VI C"tJ"SS: :: NL .2LN9

j.Uf "' 1'". i6Ds ass ... fcaft s. stuck \
... ..*, t.*> yar*,** B* body Was.. Freeman, II I: lalo"-" as UvrfmTJy rarmUW OAJESYU-Lr, ttjOXH*A

Sold ami Rvci fnmc kk\l by .r* sad bite ......... M.l- .*eartkv :tft* IRs't 1"aM..A 'I. .,.. ..o.wu .. na, 11

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4THE DAlLTSTJNs 'GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, DECEMBER 6, 1905*)

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CONSIDER THE HOG. THE GOLDEN FLEECE.


.I INpatptIIce ci.......n Tampa Times-Among the many Met Iilstily Parsed .r .... e._."... fl'flflFEDA11D .x

other Rood things solemnly affirmed 0r.I._ .t c..ar7.

at OalD"Tllle.. b 9 the State Fair Is 'the gratifying Of all the orders of media era 1 chivalry t KEPT OPEN

...uuer.. "c 'ha&' 'he hoRS ot'" the fattest! and, which have aurrlred the shock; ofaUC"ftslreToloUoda '

r .a. finest kind can be raised more cheaply on the continent A great many people have an Idea BY nlO"lTn'BLO OD
ot Europe since the great cataclysm of that old sore exist because of
merely
... .,.6. Ilot.bdPeltllaber.4s In Florida than 'in other Staten
; .A aY any 780 that of the Golden Fleece Is per- a diseased condition of the flesh where the ulcer i. located They

I ... ................01StUkM'. the Union. This Is what The Tirana Laps the moot distinguished and the patiently apply salve, powders, plasters and other external apT h, a
his been asserting and proving, on paper most highly covetpri by personages of lions but in spite of all such treatment the place refugee to heal. Whenever

.....Sap" tloIDpa ID.l3ooma for year, and uow that it has for royal birth or of Illustrious patrician a sore or ulcer does not xheal readily the blood i* at fault: t. '

the third vucctire. tlme.l> >en con Ineege. vital fluid Is filled with impurities and poisons which are constant't: :'

o,rlc8: PORTER lILOC1LTusrmoxs fined by the exhibition of the hr>fc. In The badge of the order la a figure of being discharged into the place, feeding: it with noxious matter

1 -prtet, s. q. pens It cannot be too loudly I or per a sheep in embossed gold suspended" which makes it impossible for the sore to heal OM' sore maybe the resultof

v TTs hedry morning elE': stently preached to the farmers of from a heavy chain of gold. The full an inherited blood taint or the effect of Along upellof sickness: or again .''

;gam/j; ftI'ed,poW by carrier la the dty.or he State. robes consUt of a long mantle of crtmacn the circulation may be contaminated with the collection; of refuse matter

.PsM< ef the United SUtea postage To successively and profitably velvet cut In the fashion of a sacerdotal which the different members have failed to vxpel through the channels of
ea rtldo..e IIM"It s: -
telS crate >>' fire wcka-.trlctlr Ineet such hogs AS briug the top pricesn the borders with emblematic device of comes steeped in poison anti a cut. bruiae

.r the market( It Is only neeeMary to tars, half moons and fleeces of gold S S S scratch:: or other wound often develops into'

tart with good breeds, fence and feet and lined with white aatlu. over a core, fed and kept up bv these impurities,
In local column la centa additional a line them with discretion and care, ratting.; doublet and hone of crimson tlamaak cmu&ingit to eat deeper into the surround

tt.aDd 3 cenU for each he balk or all of the staff they eat on The full robes also comprise a "chap lag tissue Indenting! festering! and causing

ad vrtl>ii>C mad known on the farm where they are bred. It eron" or hood with a long flowing PURELY VEGETABLE pain. External application* can only

31MdypLy must, however be borne in mind that streamer of black satin. but thin bead- keep the sore clean; they cannot cure: the
gear; han in modem times been general trouble because they do not reach the blood. S. S. S. cures Old Sores by

-fcc{ .Week Sun rasa eight pageforty.t oeoefsful hog raising calls for Intelli IT dlp' nfsl with. going to the very bottom of the trouble driving out the impurities. and

paWUhed every Monday and gen attention anda good deal of hard Originally the robes of the order poisons and purifying building the entirecrculation.: when S. S. 3 1

IT> ,* conUto all the news of theit work. The' creatures cannot be turned which was founded in 1423 by. Philipthe bas removed the cause the bVxxl becomes: rich and healthy the sore bcglnr'

State and g n1. and will ** out In the woods and remain fit for Good duke of Burgundy were of to hC'al. new flesh is! formed the place scabs over and is soon permanently

i pt.gtfrre. to any cart of the United the market.. The hog, like any other crimson cloth lined' with white lamb's healed. Book on Sores and Ulcers and any medical advice free.

,V Gul+.for> -ooycis-lnadv*'>cgt animal Is the product of his aurroaidg wool, and tUIa circumstance has somewhat JVC SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. ATlANTAj CA.

,. .. bilk become due after 8ntol.d"utiKmeDt. i' *. If he la fed plentifully, given strengthened' the theory that the
.. .
unlcaa olhcrwUaItacoatrmct. Golden Fleece was Instituted by Philip ---- --- -----" --- -- - - -
( aU the pure water he can drink he
Parties not known to uaItamiind he Good (In grateful recognition of themtnenv
will do_the rest himself.But 'I
for .dYC'rtIafaC ta ads treasures which the nuke of
to pay Florida East Coast
DAII.Y SUN. bit feeding must be regular, the I Railway
Addle**. Tlue Burgundy had acquired from the woolof ,.
1
Gatxs.vuJ.l. tfUU quality what he likes and wil ...Inal-I
1 the flock reared on his vast estates Local Time Card A'o.t. la Effect 1 If 1901. .
ate, he rrluet, have cool shade in the In Flanders lie It ..'It may, the woolen September ,

CHRISTMAS GIVING. bot days and n place' to lie sheltered. costume was change In 1473 at a SOUTH BOUND- DAD. DOWN, NotminouNn-*BAti UPN. .
EB3S -- -- -
from the rain and wind In bad weather -' chapter heM In Valenciennes for the .. 91U w.. t.- r IItTATION. -.. 1s -.-. is .

to get the bent results To sum up more costly materials of velvet taffeta > T patsy D411r.-. uen/ .
little .*aon of the year the one i damask and golden embrol e-rJ.-Lon. '-di'm1 mc.:;..............'.J.C' e.I1I... .........._..4. sapw -IDs- Y

(thought that throbs In the heartjiftry he this hog situation The in Florida, it In is sim don Telegraph.fJeneral f : : I: In.le.m. : ::::::::::::.loath..NI. A.an.llno.Jeetwnvlll..:::::::::::::.L. 11::: : 4u 4tisns "'

unselfish person U "what can ply .aftar' good : 'toiIr_ 11 aaw .. ................ I ........... ..............- a ...e. 'ttII'I.1ft \..
tuck, the same careful attention to I ll"em .. ..................... a-\- a guy ....a.roam. _
\\lfn"" my friends to Increase their I .1 .--..... r.... I-l : pm .. ...
'
-". U it only a crabbed, sor- leanly and wholesome surrounding, I Jackson, was a poor eater 1ft 11 lam._ 'ii'.r.J.M\ Aq C .......

Ia' this erotrnln commit of the same regular feeding and like gen and well for him that be he r- ..... .. ". .:....... .' .1iI..L.. ....co.... . tt "'a
was or
peI ftral care with that exercised In those .-.a lMsi_ Lv. ...'............bus.._.1.4. -r- ..
Far who aski "what am I going to would hare often gone hungry on the e d.na p'Da L..................."" 1au.l ...._.... .......A' 41IiP...- -,. MMIqs
,sinf" Children expect to receive States where the hog has enriched .D- lays when large crowds came to the Ilym I .opw .. ...................iro.1........................ .. .. 2.pr a ,.''i'o

lirs b.ppy In the thought, bat tire communities, will produce and return White house for a free lunch. It.. 1: =: 1 :=: : :=..::::::::::::::: Ur riui1n..et*:::..:::::::::::::: : asap atspw, : '1'4.... 'qt.
more net cash here than any related on oue occasion the poor man N ...... I Hpin .. loll u f5s.................. ". a ease .....
l, bsUaced adult. *Bnd their obieftreiu 10jai 25m Ar..P.w.. ""'J "..... ... ......... I11pa1ifll ..
Hiring. where in the world. wnan moved to thank the Almighty that m 11 A, -...-............ .\.U,,'..'............. .. Gv =-. -.1 ,..
There .Is one complication here that after the crowd had gone. there was a 2 1 "at 14._ .. ...........t/r.nw.(l7. ...........:... ." II M/pw ...is
1.4: dor* not include that class of raw piece of steak In the Ice chest off it riit A A m M .......... '' JW1 ton..I... /t i 'p' .
Ie miM", who by long year of does not occur In the corn and hog 'I : y................C''i'.... .................At --.....- :t' I.s J
elt. Up there the combination is which be could make a dlr.Q< r. Theraseems Ib-ilget- s...... .. ..........u..... ,H.-II Hljl, 1' ..................LAr i eepr. a I/t.s.. c
ahinird stinginess have strangled to 11ft absolutely no foundation a I .. .. .........Ttn.-'itU.: t v"TT.T 2 at w a 1.Mtr'II
Impulse, and who saf simpler, merely. corn and bORe Here for the Use Zr( ;.: .:........:.SMttoHT.*.=::-... :Hitv:i : 'il'a."a.. 4.'i, ..
stories of
1ceDnoo. Jackson hard
being a . .... .... ...... .... i6i:: ,.
he corn costs too much, whether It is s baps it "/ni .1. ............. II. A' 11 I" .
.." the Idea of giving up any.Imgtkstit drinker for his physical condition forbade .u Lipm'' -fl "r.::-. .'..............1h tdIu.-:.......-:7.: ::....:Xi Spar b ..eat
| l II necessary administer bought or raited. Other food. areheaper all exceftwes. lie1 liked his toddy tit .... I./'"" ................. .&..M..-.. .......... ........L. ...... !at....
u x/sts I btyw .. ................. .. tl.4e.u I 1"-
rte: i 0 gee them In a donative and more promotlve of rapid 10 company with his corncob pipe", but lot_ 1 e? ................. n ...u.. ........ ....... M .,..... a: .,-
rau.bot It mean and refers to the growth and health, though corn does ho was tin lover of all kinds of Intox- I ,..... 4 .. ................ .I"-Ht., . .. ..... ....... .. J .,... .1 a"\r. ,

IumkclnioR majority of people. not come amiss In the days of finishing cnnts.,..11 nine Magazine.Dl : Mara Mar :; : ::::::::::::.:::: IIt'i"' :ra t- ::::::::::.:::: : i. l..M o.n1 fj ma'sl.'er .a n.

ppur for the' There Is _____________ __ all",n .. .................i'o.Iii.ra+e. ... ..... ...... .. Mew "
I'Awias ahtle there I. a wretoh packinghouse. no h a "us. tr. .. .................. T.tf..ll.. .................. .. e .;.... tl.palY .
reason bat the inaction of the farming Nsr : 1i ................... r. r'. . .................. itew: i'I ."..
'a:'cy that he Is constantly In pain ,..-. REVIVO I s.. M................ .. .......... .................. .. t. anew b.1.e
derv" .nf( PltlnD that he give people of Florida why this State cad Health t..... S.. .. ................ .!Ct_... .. .............. .. N ee.w w :.......
up should not acrid to the Northern lI1.rket RESTORES VITALITY r.+..a w .......... .........e4 ,............... a a ..Mw t: ..,....
riles of a throw him Into -.w._ iaew /y .
peanut : or pack at home three to five alt'StaN. 'Ii : ::::::::.::::.wwv '.1r.c.::::::::;:::: : : Il.r eapl.e e.at.
[map colic. To save expense he I-.. .. ......_.._.. ......,.. ................... .. ;sbw _
I I nit bis family wild blaokber- thousand ears of hogs within the next I Q "Made 8 t.'Isle # .0.. p, .. ............... . ..l.e." .... ............. M /Aw $
on A e e n .. ...................rl { &t....................... .....
[toted nuts until bU children develjswto five years-each car worth a thousand WelillaftTHE + .. M I "' ,... ................ . ;j. a, .............. .. f. ..
dollars net at the station at the t "15, C .....Ia .. .................1141 a s1.: ............... n ('.. I ==
ph,.lea!, mental and moral pres- t ..-... 1.1 ,' a' ". ............ -. ...,_. (:II?.... ............ .. a 1t.w IlpvZ
[ivri.' bat lint prices.TRUST If ".. P"en IH w,... ... .. ............... i,I.a'I..f.. .ea u'".e +
fortunately such instances c::rrt=01l.T .4.e .......... ..lLv'.q., ,........ ........ .. ................ .Ar ...........I w"w
*tkli broad and generous nation areWtbt lei 'M4 ... Atl ...............W.m..w4.L. .. ........ .. 1..1IIjHIa
, MAGNATES HELP O. O. P. fis7 .j rw 0 It m F*:m:" A.pn ? .
rare. .dM..a flM. r.* tlfaln :3O..,.. It .*,. -"... ;;;;.ayes a/ PS 1..;e... al+rM. Can se list.M uW ... -
owerfuUy,andqakkly. < rnewb.eatberaralLYoung ,'oltr. ,' .LAtM/WUr.
The Republican County Committeeof naaa era rer 4a their km _......... end 1 '

lark Twatne's new book. Eve's Dla- New York In the sworn statementof old using men lllit'It'u.may raravrr It q.lekty their yoHhfU sad quietly tiger w.by ''', "11 a. :TitE wtrroat .....M. Ne, / T.fcutaen put under tb. ban by the Its receipts and expenditures for mo.f.. H.rrot aa. 1- Vitality'M..I".' ;. ., ....., -;;' ....
Twwtter Waaknea4 a eh aa Lm t I'o' .r.WiilaaTa .
Mat., library authorities, 'campaign purposes received $110.022: I \. >.Uar IXaeaava, and aff:*cao/ aatf-ai':::: .. ',. m'e' '."i"IV-wi\ -1 ...... L..A--J _..-..,.... --.. &r -- ----...-. 1 a.rwI
.atwcittof the Echola Th p* a sad la4iarrHURA. which naSta atta for .. J..7. Jos.evuw ...Lv ...
costumes In : of which It expended 91O3.782. r'at NI . I e. I WP-
slid E,. atttdy. busts.aaor marriaca. It a4 oaty euwsbr ., ., ",_ Iii I :::: "..... a...a . ... 11.'li.' .. s wrla
,. Is depleted In the book's flf- ontribators were chiefly the fr-ntledInaoclers st.rUag at the 5.55 of dIsease.hat la a Ir..te.rva .. ..." .' 'l .. :::::' Au 1..1. ._a.. .. .. .. / H,q
tki.p. Ai Eve did Wall and Included lowl. end bl..d bwId.r&:": I..Ibsk ... II *__ l ,1.1; ., aww r. . "JI&a,_a .. .. .. .L.I ) .. I htrr. J
have If
not the of street pw
the >lntc 4ra
al* rs*> Mlel ** *. I _.. .. .. .. . <.-. I' .' .r lb.M'1"...-..,Oak r R/,.-,'
-111' ef the ak""Nr th. Mr. *>f y.nlU. It ._rot. . '
Ills. bargain counter Elbert II. Gary of the steel trail j t foaf ulasdlnai*. laal.t aa bar1a IIKIootteor. t O. I1iri! rLIRAND OCCItLYJ'AL SreUtsaur j CO :traO S J.T lUlL
ud anff! fostered traits with James Bpeyer. 3.V.. a.1" maD. bank. l s ea baearrtadln vwk.a llf - -

,'r1arul tod on tries had not yet era and stalk brokers | Cornelias Van _mall.St.OO fr*. alTt BWT*.f al-ka r....._. ar.ale to all for wbs S.OO.wish WaIT It,. ,k.-C.saetlla 'M .; si *Ussil vlis ftl.4s 4slfs ef ta f. A O.--L-ce.ryaq.IIi1VAin .

tin iareuted" how can these partlca debut the railroad magnate.7. Pier with ctiaraHt. Onmlara tree A.4f aaMlOICtHC fttul Key Wen t.
** ROYAL CO.. Msrla. "'''' Ckitaaa. m.Ko '--_
nrycattorllans ...pee'E.e to pout Morgan the trust promoter j Jacob I IQtI'NeouO oatMsovsa
kih"4 t d tie modern costume II. Behiff who spent a few onhap S4t4 In Oslnesvllle. Kl..r.U4, byJ IA Ki wr .T....... hH.N.r.. .. .r.. /w U!ANA ...1:......,... -...q latrthM
tI. Bod i ford A Co. Druggist' N.1.e.1 .1. ."
ty hour on the witness stand In the :; tlcfr M\t.. Mal *./e, == t: K wwt .....:.. :T.+s...: Wee
h- __ .. ... .Tbvfwlal.. eww Ask AM/ buss, f sfUlllaga .
p.y 1dlDoat: resigned'' In haste aa nsnranee Inquiry } and the other coo -- ArliATAIIA-- :.:.::.:: ::.. ___ __:. ne..rr. atlpwA4JIIlowal
tw.krof the New York Democratic ributora were mostly bankers and I between Key West aaxl lUvssvsTAt

!SMCiarnH.te" and Is rust t directors Uow faithfully these LA GRIPPE ',lit tVY WPWT ......,. rt14.,.. .. i 1./p. ... N.A.4:1. .'.... ./ ........... sa.s"11
.*...,., lie .bool4 now repenting trust and railroad magnates stick to Al.Itvac.A 1't.., ........,.. . 4h..e KfclT w.r.. ......,.......... rasa

4 Ot.sator Platt follow the ex. he Republican party' and come up --- -T;. ;;-I) chary.; ;;;;;;i.na& Ihatys" $&:.:-M. "freaaf...
who of contributions when
.. *a ODe smiling with their -..,
..:*:a* 15,hu of the Republican danger threatens tb* party of protee Pneumonia fel..... La aHpa -" TLlTTlanTtMatifc .-rti- .tii....we/.h. raise*-.y Nlb. a.}sat I.epee.si.... S lyanfJm '
1htJ, C-. .tot tloni.m plunder and pelt. Tb. qo... fellows tr s ... of -., ... .*...*.! MH>....kl tart.rea.Nn**.. u_ -... N ... --aiMi:iii
vts In propoe.0 that repent, aseaerht tiosi U. would they have come. down but newer r....,. I.. It ,. ,_.....P W- be haul rwp.wiai.w_ s.,a.a./f_a1 a.' .rr..1...a..'s/taa.e. .......-

ba.k. cad trap one before so liberally to elect )h. laches Governor Honey "'"iaerc.opi el i rs IJOCAL TUtU CARD ar Other la/i.. .." ..
lwtI Conklln resigned .In unless they had known that fee FOLEY'S "
uSEC THE TICKET AOBNT.
would do nothing to uproot their spe. aid Tar
alai Interests, which are so opposed to J. D. RAIINfiK, Aa f. 0."', Pava. Art.. ST. AUOttrfTlNB, drLA./'
be r'.lted! S'.t. g the welfare of the people
me Coors ----.-- It stop the OMc- sad koala A* --ra, . .. --- - ... . ... . .. . -....- ._--, ......-
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*d lb. --- -- - - -
r! <-".sloo of the Flor-
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risrsslsFBeasi.r'- aa4 Ctosieaarpaoa.WfttaM
1'rc.. Court 1..01,101: 'b. right B. P. Umstead and A. W. Jseksoo
tq ,
I&uoad Coanmiuloq to Bx a are the tr editors of The Wt lt- Ifs.. aew.r .. 1ft o.-e tit.. cw-:: ...
z1t owe tor Ut. Sprints Herald. II.,.'. hoping' ; oer -My-rtla ke4 U srHy...44 Is taO tr ,

L .". ra '''Ia .ra..porta'ioe trial Umstead will make .. good sa ..ia> -? *.* suash ** bee ****. IetA.tAttawti ; FaySholesTypewriter
...... 8'.1._ The rate editor. be baa ecstor.. Hooees* to --.....Taa..d..els.lriref .

-r. C:ai.par... ton per _nee .. Used you 0... Kale by J. w. ...(..4iaa. A I.. I
.IOD. stands as the a. ---

4 rase Deafness Car*ot Oe Cured .
iDWDft.a
lAtHA .
By local applications, as they eso* J r .e ....a ..1r i
Lie teet'1-wna Rspablleaa .a4f.-- Des wreck the dUa4 portion of theear. e W.w tats f . ... +e +we..e,
r t
v qtr... There Is only oa. way to ..,. earr.rw r w. ... v.-.o.
_* were d.f.'ed by ._ ?. ...I ..a t..11. C>UOMyLttlls>1Di :
,r% b. deafaese. aad that Is by ......t.Uo.a' x
.... 'f' .std.. Un>ee, Ilk. .. w l.ntf+ .a i HEAT
''v'aov -fc, war' ref oa"4 ,.- resa 4l.... Peafaeesie eaaaed by a.

.. bJ 'lwtr dull." Preelde. lafismed eoa-dllio of tb. taacovsllalac o ... .-4.M,r...e.MMr 4. reN /i MACHI3I1: 09 THE HAKKKTHan

.... .' ., -.t 4 Lava. m a tile flock of lame tale tab of the is lafianaed Easts,lkUa yoa Tab bare a Whew mablla % t..w +e ...' aS .e..M'.e Tabulator

\\\\mtm[ HnDOAKD{) i iTflK !tvr ;
soood e>r Imperfect k4 sHwbea ... sad +r fet hfaa

f. -1 .......: it U ..U"." closed 4...'.... Ithe
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% \:> r atalNag resole, cad .al4>a. She laflsasHorn ..
1? asa"b.er .t pal.... to ... be dales eel cad th>. seta r.- ,-
4t;... Mat be bee d...... stored to Its skorraaf ..-elK.... harlagwIB LIp... .. flf 1.1......, R.aalag/.

:. aj:..., I... "p.bHm.tse. &e be destroyed ,.....? X... ..... ClaaaOkrl ....... Writer .f lie W..t4t
)r _, sit .... ...e.4 ly estarrli. wheelI.
ar 4ItS c-.t'"P'. 'WIN tiero .....r be ........N.bat a. eaesjs> e4 coawSllie" ; ._ _:i.----- .. ....rMre Cs. ... ,.,........ MM. P.y-)11t.i.e srS.

....bf.Iea.a s.*a.SaJ, ef .... asacov/e aarf-**. Fl .. I. 1J.J."t e ..... .., ...., ....,..
-- W. will d. ... eadre4. sUUarsalarra a ..' !+ :-
--a -f IT v.... for aay erne. ., deafa.a Ie..... by pe.rt rM wlA..es swam t++lw++} c
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t 1.gi.1a.. .. .. b* eared >TGarr ; .... 4'
0"rs ) that ae tag sass. ..e -. ...d s. wrs.a.
'::'s wid hate daac"4 U.'few. Ifalll a Cetarvb .... t.' eta r.0. .;" ,... e For Sale by. . ". "
--ue c:1 ... YMlswla/. WeN'/ e..Iara. tre.Ii' ri
rte.,. saes ..I14r.4. .. J. Cwa....r a c... '7.**.... 0. THE SUN Gainesville Fit.J .
'be $c34 by 4r. t.u.73.Tea. .. ,
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THE DAILY SUN: GAINESVILLB FLORIDA DECEMBER 6( 10G


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A ROYAL TRAGEDY. BEATEN BY A HAIR. I ID..lbal B"CTSzN'maa: c..o.aca. : :: !


''".? Sert Mardotr of *fc. 111 Fate I .....U;*;;;;.. TsFar thO JK. HOBT. O. BOWERS, WfNCHEiTER

: >>.4111_.'ut w............... .te.l ...(.. *>..!..

.', About the same period at which When Hannibal Hatulln was speaker DENTIST.
''Queen Caroline was earning notoriety ef tbe Maine house of representatives

;,tor herself there resided In a small away back lu tbe forties of the last. Office fn Miller Law Slcb.nte.]

t<,vm lo the north of Germany a manu century there was In that body' a certain ; "NUBLAc"
olV faultless attire, Graduate University of Pennsylvania.DR. .
i gentleman .
>tod for his skill as a public executioner
Late one evening two men InKOilltary pleasing manners good address and .

', uniform called upon this perK some reputation, but he bad one foible. J. li. ALDERMAN. Loaded Black Powder Shc'}
and be
i >a and requested him to accompany Ills hair was very thin was

;.. ,them, BS his services were required at highly' sensitive In regard to It. / h ", Shoot and
To bid bla approaching baldness be Strong Evenly
twine distance and would be liberally DENTIS . .
.rewarded, but that be must consent to had a habit of carefully stroking, with a' Are Sure Fire

fc ecL To this after Borne de- .bandollna or other preparation each \ ,
llndl91
Over Du"OD A Co' D.ak. astn enfne I
hair In Its One day
lour, be consented and entered the car. particular place. Will Stand Reloading
";ringe brought by the two om cera. Apfwreutlr while In tbe\ chair as speaker Mr. Hamlln. I .
In the Innocence of a good and
they drove a long distance
'sand. at last by the sound he Judged that joke loving nature sent for this liten.tJeman DsVEKE B. MORRIS They Always Get The Game,

'they had crossed a bridge and entered and, looking! fixedly at his DR.

, smooth and polished pate said with a '
pared courtyard.Tb. For Sate Everywhere.
DENTIST . .
ho chuckle: . .
< carriage having stopped was
A.*.t.te4 to alight and conducted along "lllauk old fellow. I just wanted to -'

:M rridors and upstairs till at last the tell you that 1'0u'' .. got one of the
Offlo over Marcus End era. Phone 19- rings
ndaJre being removed he found himU.1t hairs of your bead crossed over the

In a large, gloomy' room In the other" /
of which stood block with a "You Insult tne sir You Insult me I"
center a prUnT

\ far hoary end sword of the laid room on opened It. A door and at a tall the replied altogether the member unnecessary, with unexpectedand Indignation DR. GORDON B. T1SON.PCNTIST.. uvr OAK. a fiUlt[ RAIlROAD o(

: **xl 5-fy handsome woman entered and then refusing to listen either .
i .
to reason or explanation, ha left the Schedule Effective April 2O, 1808,
She
.*4, by two men and gagged. was -
forced to the block and the executioner speaker's desk and returned to his seat.
Offle Is MOJer Law Ezah e..'
ordered to do his om".. With some I When Mr. Hamlln became a candidate No. I No. 5 No iNo. No. To. 12 ND.Uy
hesitation be obeyed Instantly be was for tbe United States senate this Oaismvu.ta.'La.. Sun Only Dally ex: STATIONS Daily bun e. SunOnlyISunpnty Akun

;( again blindfolded hurried downstairs gentleman was a member of tbe upper Sun
.: house of the Maine legislature. Although AM PM PH PM PM. AN
placed In the carrlago and driven off at
JR. Ant
B. Arrive Arrl.e
ELLIS
Leave Leave Leave Arrive
? full speed. To all his Inquiries and remonstrances a member of the same party T. 5(0 sat a to .......Uv. Oak........ 4 30 540 10 00 tAr
his. escort remained obstinately and only one more vote waa needed to II ag Aram Ar//o j "...Oculist &".--......... .. } Lvaas Lvaao L. III L.1Lvea

deaf but on reaching his home secure Mr. Hamlln's election be positively ATTORNEY.AT-LAW. sal LUIS 457 Y.'G AI" 1 11Io .... M.'o.JuIl\nloQ ...... AraSf a sA Ar/be.443' L.Ar910 0 00 L'At'A 0 1
a large sum of money was given. refused to vote for the man by Are r.o AI' a M Ara 40 ... ..... .. Prrq........... ........ . L. a fO i.v. eo (Lr \ st9 .
., ,rery whom ho believed be bAil been Insulted. L Awe.Ao. Ar. .. Lb6 !._.-i I.mp\o.tJ'lI'1'Dp...._. LvO.. L2iin L-e: t ao t.v 1
him, with. warning that he would do OAIMBSTILIJC '' FLO IDA .
well nerrr to attempt to solve the He was defeated for a seat In the Connection nade at Dolln Park for all traloa to and from<< Live ValE and Perry to
Alton and Mayo Junction for Mayo. Alton and all tntetnrestate I'<>IDI.. .
nystery or tell of that night's work. .nate-b1 a hair but when the next Information as tn conceetlona witb olber line, 't>bona or call on General Pa
Shortly afterward ho beard. that the vacancy occurred be was elected."Urea .- r. A. CARLISLE A..r'phone 147. Leirln Dulldlnir. Lire Oak.
THOMAS IHWUKO< tTerUdcDt. R. P. UOP NS.Cmeralr.u. Acent'Lava '
Duchess of Wurt tern her?, sister of of Twelve Illustrious: Men"THE ATTORNEY AT LAW OAK. FLORIDA. i

Queen Caroline, had died suddenly on _. -
that. very. night the was a woman of FIRST AUTOMOBILE. And Solicitor In Equity

." great beauty and! known to bo an object

of great jealousy and ansplclon to J,( Wa. Made in inra sad -w.. W.rk. Rea Estate Conveyancing All and Gen! Gainesville & Gulf Railway Comp) ;
eral Practice. business prompt)
her husband who was. said to keep her W by a C..Iled Jpels.. door
attended to. Ofllce next to But
In enforced seclusion and from Jnqul- The drat automobile." said, the
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office. UAiMEsviixa, FLODIPA Time Table In effect July 15. 1O6..y .
'. ties be mode., the executioner felt no chauffeur Mwas made by' Johnnii Ilau
fated of stack of 1G%. Its motive
doubt that this 111 daughter Nuremberg- DA YER.ATTORNEY.AT. .
tib. house of Dnmswlck had been the power was neither oil steam nor FERDINAND I

IIgaud lady who liad been thus settetljr electricity, but a coiled spring. LAW.GAIHEBrtLLB. No. b. No 8. No. 1. No.2 "So t ae.

:',. done to death by' his band. Tli. flrst steam automobile was builtIn Dally Daily DaUT. STATIONS. Dail, I II..
FLZnin..
::Yenpie Liar.HEART. France by Cugnot In 1770. It is still Ex Sun Da1b'l I} J po.I .

o to be seen It." one of the star exhibits Icy .
Can sell property (Improved -
) ACTION AT SEA. of the Conserratofro fie Arts et you. I I
Metiers In Paris. 8 team carriage mod. and unimproved), phosphate L. P Ili ,jr.v A 4f T.v pi A'I. A Mt A rJ')1 jAr A
trucking and farming. lands. Bead him t 00 900 820 .......8anl ()n CIt7.. ....I 700 715 124
_... ... elect after It were built by William
H.w It I. A" by Vlbratltm a list of what you offer for tale. :nua.'W. ... 645 709 12 1.
\ Iteadand 121) III 12 882 .__.._.....Ur.h.m.... .
/ O.aa ....._. Murdoch. James Watt. Nathan .. .
6E5 8 (0 12 (
140 928 840 ........
"All beart sound alike on these lllcbard Trevethlck. These are E. BAKER.ATTOnNEY.AT.LAW. 200 lit Cli a Its ........ . KIuamy.... ...... 8:8 080 11412n
modem ahlps,** said the surgeon of a I most of them. In museums in London : 10 to am .. . .... EUhhorpe. . . . . 812 8 J4 11 :t

transatlantic liner. "Although the hull and Ulrmlngtisni. 2 M 1010 915 . . A. O. L. Oroll.lllg... . a 0\ 606 U tai
of the average modern steamer Is bigger "Several steam carriages piled for 2 COAt 10 10Ar 20Ar J .. .8.ln""YI11... 0uOL. 8 (()I.I 11(0
.. .... I
and supposedllews subject to the hire on the streets of Ix>ndon at the . SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY. . 10LT . .. . ... . .. .1 ._.... . !IOU

w. rlolencw of tbe sea. the machinery to beginning of tile nineteenth. century C 18 . .. . .. .. . . . .S. A. L. Croe.ing... . ..-... ... . 56'.
drive the enlarged. hulls has been In I but they! were so slow, noisy and heavy 4 ) :.. . ... . . ... . .Lower Switch . . .. .... . . 5 b. ti
that the did not tAke to them. GAINESVILLE. AUohoa Co.. FL> 4 25 . ... . ... . . . . . .C.nooo' Oro..lnv. . .... ... .. 54.1C
rrwaaed In slKo. With the Increase In people Office In Endel Block. fc 40 ... .. ... . . ........IC'OCIr olllt. . .. '...... . II-A
t;' the -b. of the engines then has followed Th* Ont modern automobile was 4 M . .. .. ... . . . ... ... .W..boota... . . _... . . . 9 lC

greater lunation built by Amade Molded In 18T3. Ilollec 5 10 . .... ... . . ..... .. . Clyalt .. . ... . ..... .. $5'.
"It Is this Tltirutlon which makes U exhibited his car In Vienna and In J. W. PATTON 515 ..... ... .... ........ Kirk wt"'" .... .. .. .;. .. . . All'
(Impossible for ns to read truly the Paris, and other men. as U always the 520 ..... ..... ..... ... .Tacnm$ . .__... f... . A I'"
Action of the average human heart I caw, devised Improvements on It Automobiles ..Civil Engineer and Surveyor... 5W1 ..... .... . . ... . ... ..... ,B 8
..,.. tried repeatedly' by all manner by about iAt>V. began to appear 6 87 ............Mte&flopY . . .. . .. . 7.s'
fOf the tit In the jokes of the day. They had DEALEIt 15 HEAL ESTATEPrompt 5 CO ... ... .... ... .. ..S . 7 :0}
In Influence
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d mm ns orervorne taken their place. But It was not until attention all business. 546 ... ... .... ...._._. . . . 14.'
the tllirntloo ou the heart but I find to 6M ..... .... . .. ...4ontt.stde.' .... .. .... .. 7'\
that by even swinging a patient lu a the annual cup racee began In Francein Onie, flirtt' door North of Thra.I..r' 5M 1 . . . . ... .. . ...Dsirigervsn ..... . . 7 311
''tiatmuock, where th* shaking up Is not 1KM that the automobll became a otllcs. P. U. Box 198. Ualncsvlll. Fla. 800: ... ... .... . ..... . .1f"'P11J._.... . S.i I 7r

greatly frit the result of the heart realty popular Institution.Nw Or.leans -- ... --.---.. -, . . -. 8 m ... ... .... .....F.r' J1r..e . . . ... . ., . '! .i,

''reading- far from satisfactory. I TimesDemocratIlowdoln 810 . . .., .. . .....__...Falrheld......... . . . . 7.. ..
Th* Onst day at 114NIn this ship on ArPM Ar AMAr P A II!L..P3I L,

her maiden. royag 1 had occasion to ..._.... c....... IUNTIM1RACTIC1LLT

treat an Englishman who was en. collect (pronounced Bod'n) J. B. CUTLEU O Dl Sop't, L. E. BA1titli. Trail; ftSOUTHERNSRAILWAY
.. was founded at Brunswick. M*., In
route to Canada on Innlne I was .. .
was'named In honor of I -- -- -- -
tartlet to brae l his heart. Yet be h4 1TXH, It
the fittest kind' of cardiac action a. I Jam** lJ wdoln. an American statesman '\ & / aatljKOPEULY

ascertained one the ship's machinery In high standing, who died In J

stopped, I bar since found It to bean 1TWX Hla son Jam.. IlowUolo a gentleman 1

lnvarlabl rule that tb..nglne. of wealth who Utter served In RENE9TEUKODUCES _

\lbratton makes It appear as though" diplomatic circle. Wing United Htats. N. H-Tb*tonow tnc N b. dal lUw*.*ar."UU 4Nl only sslsrocwsUos sad are se.Ivsrl

tb. heart of the averag man was so minister to Bpaln Itoa-OA. gav to Ute 1tea.--_.-..-----.-_----. S ._--.--- __ .._. u.._____ __ _____.___ _.
Ing to stop before I could get the collets at its founding 1.OUO acre of '
ROSPERITT. 'TWO V..rn.CITMAIirs fA.*rI.V a0.aa0.>WLv no.?. Aat1 W.-e7 se.Lv
laud and I3.0OO In At his -
't rtetbesrop. away' from his breast rnouey. -
death In 1811 h willed to the Institution J.ek.o.v IUe . ..'eo fit .... T 14p Jsek.oevn. ..... : ;
:
"Vlbnttlon tines itot hurt the heart J4MMP.... .... . .1'0. Ky.Ho. lilt beepLv : :::::::::::.. ::
.any: Ifc. not mak tb* mistake of up- M. number of valuable gift.-O.OOJ OM14/ Maya**** .' . ... ... ... lit I n vjlt tieAr A.. M_. . .......... ... .. .....1<<, II"
llotns.Ma.Me. KyHo. Sea Ar AU-la.. . .......... .... ."..1&, f s
: I posing that It itcw*. It just sounds. astfcougti acre of land a library of several tboo- Ar Crk tt.. . ... ....... . Kyftu. toe SM. Ar Ieo_.. ............ .... .tWR.1&. ; aAr
this .na was pool,.... ami.wKU sand books, a collection of Ace paintings WE CAN HELP YOU Ar "!...w.. .. . .. lie has ('Mn.. ............ .... 4. $., ..rAr
I the patient's nVhU[ I I. beating InTegular and an aaortuat of rteatlfleapparatu Ai1 . ... .. .,_ .Itl .JJ. .......__. ............ ... -S.C ..
t Ar Kv>fcvoi>d JS2tJra a M. dipAr ; .
This wb *
the
tortu the sbakuig. of tb* ship Institution. r IICPAUE AL'1.-4aIL.
t.v aiimAr ... .... ._ .HA, 111 4 fop ..
Rr tuocsa.u......... .... ..C'UAV .
4clra even the practiced r.M- poet Longfellow taught for Ave year f asrlw/.svllle. ... .. *. My .... S Wi. r 'i
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'1".D..O* I'ustTA. has t.r....."fd .Its high standing fromw.6rut. p KOUCCE and Ar >v .....---. .' ..... My skipAr A" Cb6eo. vas
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......_.... --- -- Mw York, ... P. M. K. saw ; C1aetanu.. ............. cal:A S C'AI '
..._ I. I/seas u.. CM..g.L...... .. I"eL.
la the northern Unite ntate tb*
A writer. divide the human life as van eoneyesI.a.D.rensany' s.m ;' . u.. ...._.......- n.n p. 5'
snowdrop" I. the only garden flow** Ar 'r.N4..........._... ... _II.f lls n......
that w* emu count ou yr after year follow: At thr** time seven a man SUN. Gainesville Fit. L.V Jwtae..al.. d_.. . ... .H-. rte t Me A' to'rvr.--' <0 ..... . .... .... r .
reb a competent ago la h..ys L.. 8&..__ .. .. . fi. Kf.t Is is.Ar .Is.t'... a ae1Ar
mm tb* earliest at.. of spring. Its Its of the laws at four time seven be .. tn .. .. _. On s.s.. .. ....... .. . *v k, SOD U 41e.saaatl cirnia.A. ::;:....::.....:: r'is
jfttttoua. whit hltiMAtn. with *tt* rt --- ----------- ---- A. A........ . .. .... .. .Ko." Ky t soy -- .- a.wArtn.IW.
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full froaassstoa of hi* strength, at Areitme..even Ar li*.aprws,5, O. . Kr XT ta.latiea '
altaseal of greeuM sung by Ua*.e si v"*r before the last snow tu.trene .. be Is fit for tb* business oft Lae.tll.e. ...n....._.... ... SkwaIt. Anti...Ls,14.::::::::::::: ::: ..1Ar
t.mm..J .* worKI at 4& ttto.* seven b* b*. ALACHUA COUNTK Ar ML t.asa .' .. . ....., K1 .......... ,:::..-.- -:: 1 !" .n, } :
\ I.iwrmltr. vu rlty A_r bw.IZ .::: : $ : 1. A' .......... ........... ..- .... .. "
IMt b.* without. snowdrop. for theyfcar com* grave and wUo It b* 1* ever deetined AI'M___.......... .. ... ...... .n- :.e.1
ba known to ta."... In narrow t.; at seven times sv" bo Ula Alaboa aoanty U 8OJ.4OO*.*. laar Ar Ks.... flay . ... . . .oIj.
Cxell: .nl IMnta Car Some All ....
bl. spade. and from that Urn b* ... ba 94* mil** railroad. 9110puet.Ale. oa a . ..
a :|froItMNM oaagway|vUnta between ilk. tb*tall baking houses hot;Most sun .....1Ut to dec.y at eight times sTtra miles wagon 1'CIIad. 04 ... Tbrooia. Trains. u.1 =-w., .:.::::::::::: :: "j

,mf u I"I.In *rdr to th-Hr be I. ta bU arst etlsaa ... tT
rtpen tJo1aIIu. SO saw mill. ffTtjCCU ooart N. f. 7f. i:2j WAfr'.sr>' li> *.... Drj *.*- +a
'bulb but lbs. aoowtlrvp tbrtve cwt la time seven b* .. la hi* grand cOma. 1.o.l..d ..;
and = .. '
partial shad It t4oiM ..,at... If It tee and at tea ti<... aaven be baar due.bows. seen tour.a.wapapen.settee rVe. sogar.pro- ..-lee..*a.. t. wawaelaw.. N.. Y..-r ..' .rS.,hJSS.i- IDritt r1fea 1JnI.** --w teMsss.z. '.

feaa a rtaur at tU. March sun, bat ta .*rbd tb* allotted spaa of Ufa, .*... ryo. potato. ptnppJ.or.aag .Ta .......... tr "iae.-- .....a ......... - .....-- J see.see.a..Nr. v... '

of tW tart few that wtti ew. ..vr .., p* -rli... par ,IDID.. p.. Aa4.M r>:o-l J> ;;o:VMtfa-ai, 'fg.a tleeMr4 t-.sl .... r" ;
'nlsri7. though less fr4y. In ukase Water Cue For Co.**tlptlo... ...., and all kinds of vegetables Sttz 5r2Jlk2r*< c- if>*"" .s>* M .........C>M............ ad -.3. -.__
EMI. at...... C5.. Jsasp is tMwo kw...... 0-- via iaM.b.eaaa. M.IMJAS
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'abad sad with a s rti..m .iHH r* Half rta, of boa water iko halt . _
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keep .,. bo.*'. r>g.lar. Harsh a. n. II*...wioK.r r M r. a TATLOT.O. P. A. G. A......"*. .A.4W > %_
of All Cough M. |i<.....
King ..lhsr Jcoe kold tIIIts..a WMn spergstlte Ha. reo"". ........... tea pebIi. _. - .. -. . ... .--
Mr K. O. O*... a mall .ar rWr s-t Is cadet. tabs Ohaaear. ..hooiab. Uat.'l' of yiuvwts.p - -

..0.0.....,. Ooa.. wed 1.s bee.In ..",'. tllassah ...t ties' Tnb1.s.. rtnts n..boots. three ....,........

'" U 8. s.rvVe* tar sheet "IU.. They .... _O4 *.4 g ..
... tiro alarm et*** .a..ute JOB PRINTINGS03DLC
:r"". ..J.' "ire fca". trid assay u.... tr sal. by alt .e.ggIsIe5eb.ard sad ens .Itha. tD b.. fe.tert.,

..- > mtUleia, far creep, to/*! OaaiMrriala's _. -... .. ........ ....... ,.,.. worst 'aHo.v -

Caught Rem.4y Is klajt ol aft> Paler Cr*.. rt.*. .-..ttel. .... ft.......

taM .. rlid .. Urn*. tar*. rattrood. twoarartortoc fettles e......
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to | every Th .Uaht.r4 Air L&a* .**rat.. bf.
-.eftpala3... ... gbetmaastnetety ::: 3.TO-UL.2' : Order to
\V* ,1M Ca4 U Ibis heat ...*.t, teeoe.&b. .. W&hd .
let .-,,-" snare Ib.lteryea nedTampa ... ... .fJt... Las
... ae4 |rlw1"< .rlala r*. tMk trala "ev'talt "' ..weM.I pestles ....... ,..k sta. east sr4lrsry

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Mind: Weakened. Drr._ saw* IIU Till*. '
" : Dec 4.-Th@ friends of Professor 3ilas ton In the first pub I''
t / wader bowie.Monday denied lhed record of the ancient gram FLORIDA'S FOREMOST MAIL ORDER HOUSE.

y A the mind of the JeadC'11Irch mar school of Aberdeen< - --- .
r that StV "X.'X.'V'' -* *vNO recounts this -- --
t *.* bad become weak- school legend about the poet Byron: "It
,4 I Lewis, a constant was said that on hla 'roD .
o! 'of Dowle. said Monday: he first morning after bis acceeatou to -vr- HFP_ 3 TTiTTilFs AJaokaoc.v

-I:11: ., delivered Sunday by be peerage wa known and on the
dv'e". -H in some respects InooM. I calling out of hi* name In tbe catalogueno e 13'1.
.LQ: ? It would aye been easily longer: as tSeorgl Gordon Dyronbut :,

,T M.ne if be tad been allowed toe as 'GeorRl! Baro de Byron.' be did not Wholesalo and Retail
11 bad been In a deep sleep reply with the usual and expected ad-
to the platform, sum' but feeling the gaze of all his

Ir VIjctore*),out comlsg waltlne went at once IntoIf1 gut schoolfellows" burst Into tear and ran Liquors Wines and Beers.

wt The fact Is that his ,

I. too weak to keep up with his Will Interest Many .- -. --
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wr to 3ecre1J ofoldS
\\ st.Sch:! is as clear as a bell.ItTui ; Every person should know that good Cash must aeeompany nil ordrs. Under the rule of the Southern
However, been a very sick ago Health. U,?eBALLARD'S health U impossible if the kidney are Express Company no goods rill h. shipped' O. O. D, ..MpecUl attention
C l",,.. Md to still tar from well." deranged Fole '. Kidney Cur will given la Jag trade| n. charge rllr Jug*.

our kidney and bladder disease in Cream of Kentucky. . .: .. ... . . . . . ,$.oo Per Gallon ,
f ;;Make Appeal. HOREHOUND form Urt>.D Hedge, Tennessee Sour,Mash. . . . . . . [*8.&O Ter allon
f Wruso DeC. 6.- Magtatrateyosd every and will bullJ op and< Old Maryland . . . . . . . . A<. . . . . . . VkjS.oo Per lallon
Tork made his return to the strengthen these organs so they will' Carnation Ufa . . . . . . ... , . . '." . . . .j.60 PVC Gallon "h
.- 1 0-Sulllvan. of the SYRUP perform their functions pruperly. No Cabin 11 yo. . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . *jOI>r Gallon
S f Judge henlih.tir danger of Bright' disease or diabetes thump lloue,. North Carolina Corn . . . . . . .$J.W l>r Oallon
And will have
tes.nl sessions In the cased you Hog Back Mountain North Carolina Oorq . . . .
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,..rtrkO the Metropolitan at care should bo takon of jf Folfrj' Kidney Cure I I. taken in
C t Caruso. who wa. tined ones health and Bailard's' ttmJ.. W. McCollom &: Co. CASE GOODS-Expr"*a Prepaid.
pjst House tenor woman at the Horehound Syrup will cure Cabinet Pure, Dyer Monogram Maryland H,.i

tai tor annoying a nI COUGHS, COLDS, CROUP A Tontch Clat...... Four Pull! Quarts . . .$3,75 Four Quart . . $320
House In Central Park. 11 BRONCHITIS AND ALL A New Orleans man bus proved thata Mix Full Quarts . . . .f9.73' Hilt Quart . . . . |4 75
S I that U* appeal will be beardjTtline PULMONARY DISEASES.Mrs. ., chlckru can live cnty-tbree days Twelve Full Quart . ,. ,I7.OO Twelve Qart" . . . ..IJ 00
Judge Dit-
': this week.counsel.aa Is anx- J. IT. McNeil, Salt without food or water lie wakes affidavit Stamp house Mountain North Carolina Corn WhUkvy A
'ldOffer, Caruso's Lake City, Utah writes: -Iam that when his family morel recently Four Quart . . . $300 light $6.00
:usA .... tor a decision as soon a. posslfeMUn eighty years old and 1 a chicken securely nailed In a Six Quart. . .$..&) Tail le Quart . . . . fd: .00
... thank Jlorehouml Syrup for bolt was In tbe cellar of the new house,
rut having cured mo ox COURIR! laving been forgotten by tbe farmer '
A Off er Visits Washington. cold sand other like dlseaeert." tenant, Twcnty-threo: days later the w :F_ SElma..A.: ..,

ItI.. RAaltngton Dec.Kondratorttch.LJeutenaiU chiefdelinth Three Sizes 25c, SOc and l.OO. rook was moved to explore the cellar 100 West Hay Mrrtt . JarkftnTltl, Florida. x
. .Gsaenl C. A. and discovered tho chicken, emaciated. ,
a'at. East Siberian Rifle DI- but still much alive.

s,.! rhi4, !flrtt Siberian army corps, and Dallard Snow Liniment Co. _-_..-_--_____-__-___-_------__-- ,

r !\ ai to be the younge t omcer of that r ST. LOUIS MO.. 0 Makes the Liver Lively
I Ilk It the Russian army was a nat ... +:: ::me'%.A.zn'Xf-1: :: I3A1D: 100.
Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup give
t at the war department yester-
relief In of habitual
permanent eases
aj. H. renewed his acquaintance Sold end Recommended by
Id whoM ronitlpatlon as It stimulates the liver
Brlp41General Barry
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r ODe of the United States military ". M. JOlU\SON. GaJul\8TlI1e and restores the D.tural.oloa of Site H.F.DUTTON&CO l

.oxrter accompanying General Ku- bowels without irritating these organs ..
tlstkla daring the .. -JapaneseSrttUn IJ..kespI.sk I. Japan. like pill or ordinary cathartic Does
m I never could reganl housecleaning not nauseate nr gripe and I is mild and
w- seriously In Japan. where tbo walls pleasant to take. Uwmember the name :B A :KE j' S

to Assassinate King.a can be put aside by one hand, where )rit Wily, Dec. 4.-A careful there Is no particular furniture to worry McCollum Jk 00.npih.I.lle.
C.ai h tu been made at Bergamo.. : one and where even the matting ran -AND DEALERS He-

t 40 m. !le. from here, with the bo laid anti lifted without tacks or ....... than I.e.
of C .oterlng the sender of atrat nails. But tho Japanese housekeepers In spite of all tbe compassion legitimately
::Bs letter to King Victor Em- of my acquaintance rather resented my excited In his behalf tie London .
Au auld referrinKkto; a plot formed bysat light attltudo, aaanriug. me. quite after street child seldom looks on him.self Sea IslELD..d: Ootton.. .
the writer termed the -holy alllto the inaun* r of bouaekeeper all over a* an object of pity He baa an
1.A ise, assassinate the king bti't'I. the world that It I* all very hard and. unfailing fund of jcnnd spirits, a well
( I .tile present the efforts of the po- requlro much work-oh, very much developed venae of humor Laud a.bound
4w hshve been fruitless. work Indeed. In order to justify myself leas capacity for getting, enjoyment out Do a tsasral basatat tw.ls.r.I ser a4. ..U rorMt. and Do..*U. Ita._.*..
to one housekeeper I flrew, a comparison of tbo meet unpromising U1at rlala.- The*.....M of B4MU,-.ali..*.rpe .\Ioae.f.r..n,.""r l..aMaa4lo'a rs
t Wlk.. .; '.!.. u... of her own dlmcultle and London Guardian. r..*4,e*o*rv_.M.senn*. ape.UI l..atu..*r. ..sJs. .oU*.U... .* she
t? "If 0ra want to tell whether or not those of an American woman but the **.*s.thl...>*.*latfc* Oai..4.'-....

t.t5' 11*BU yon are talking to Is telling American picture seemed to her *o ter. ".-...........
lit troth dont look him In the eyes" rible and she became *o deeply sympathetic "I* that all the work you can do In
4"1C i ail a Denver bank teller to some that I bad to atop abort to a day?"* naked the discontented em ,
| tab! lut night MI thought It was Just save her feellnga.-Ilonaekeeper. ployer. GEsV.L7.7.. -Florid/ '

trtbrr way." **M oue of those prea- -Well, sub" answered Ciatu link- I --- ''' ----.---. ...-.-.- -... .. .-- --.- -..- --.- -. .. .. -
*t -r,. always understood that It Y'Ir.t u.. nr..r.ker Icy "I .*p-vw 1 could do mo', but I
C. t9Uharder for the I liar' If you looked One day In 1T3O a beautiful csrrlace never was mum of a band fob showta J... M. O......, Pr..ldn% II. E.T.YLOI&, OaahUr,
sjarrty In his 7""*." That"a a wrong appeared on the boulevard of Part off."Washington Star. Us*. W. IITO. VU*FrldBt Las 0....... A*... OssbUr I
Mrifta." continued' the bank teller with an escutcheon In tbe shape of a
I QwKuia wbcfkuowa how to lie know pair of corset and an open pair of That's Ml
to. lit look la the he' of each THE FIRSTQil' NATIONAL BANK
| you eye when clssor painted on tbe panel Cough yourself Into a Hi of spume
6bt It And the man who Isn't awrier door. This wa tb* coat of arm of
and then wonder why yon don'I gel,
Dar. but who bas mad up his Ubomberg. the' first inn who made a
u>4 to lie to yon decide Orst that name a* a woman' dressmaker well If you will only try a bottle of G..A.XN"ESvcrm.TIlE : .

t.s. took you straight In the eye. Ituomberg. who was the son of a Ila Ballard'.lloreboand Byrap your couth
1 la ox voice, wben you don't look at rartan peasant from the neighborhood rill b*' a thing of the past. It I* a ONLY NATIONAL BANK IN ALAOHUA 00
Ie Sirs. that tell' you whether the Of Munich owed' his rapid success to positive oore for coach. Isflarns.
t I .a.r fellow I* 'lying. W. vise tbe *y*. his genius for concealing and remedy! ironobUls and all polmoaary disease.

tea frequently la the bank. A man lag defect of figure. He left sin ID- Ono bottl will eonvls yoo-nil your Capital . . . . .50,000 00

*'a esm. |I. to tell n* acne business' owl Income of DO.OOO francs to his drag*:!.*'*.Sfto. COo and $1.00. Sold by Surplus and Undivided Profits. . 80.00000
W..t" his feet or his band W. M. Johnson.

c H. km*., but never In him eye. 0... a4..sh&s .........b.r.e.a..tta 1*>*.....**.**i *. sap ...* I* tao SMM art
I b's trUiac tbe truth his voice win heirs.CASTOR 1NSw..ws. --. .,O,. MI.>!.....M- Lw..t fU*....
b, Ins sad tralgntforward.. and the .IA I .f..:=-== AU> *>: **trmm *94n m *t

r. sIere ot your gaze In his eye will and Children BROWN HOUSE ft.1:.TATLOB,Oakl. .
lit t<1 It. but If be' lying be'll be For In.'anU ...- -' .., ..- ...-I '"
/eSaIM by your ctlon. and his voles Th (lad You Hare Always Boegnt BARBER SHOP a
q trr..M.: lIe"11 hem aDd haw and GEAcrI4AN1 & CO.

) dour t:. throat. Too may rest a..44 ..- B..,. the8lgnatur. EABSCST APT, lrp.Nothlsw ,

sS sg 0f r.w.hests.that b*.'. stringing you.tupit,1 ."- .ofIte..dlsat Teeaodal w.rk ef sUfl ..... ..-... Retailer* tad Jobber t r

_. trot $55 M.a se.........-..
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. set SfU ..rplortxl. .-s em
. .- .... Je..a. (2a. and Fancy Groceries
. D'"O: .........ssi$.41ei Staple
Rare Urn :Jouson, --Ibe .>e ..' s' "l on tbo tablet marking the leg rum.** says dental orgvon ",. to
'-1' firs: of' tha celebrated playd4 saturate omla or bicarbonate of soda, Ink farfe :ad aMl FariiNztrs
IV a t:.. "poets' rora.r..t.* n+ed freely a* a wash and also la ID."
hek-r at.t"7, is ..14 to have orlg- saglnaT tb* gums. Tbo seta olutloo I* BOOTH BIDE WJUAUE. I I I OAIKKIIV1LUB.Ilg YLUMIA

V krkd 1Ia: wtb: lurk Young (afterwardwalking soothing to the irritated dish and I* Louisville and ...ft .. '.' prle paid fer CaUa*... xW sad ...., rr\4.... i
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.a a bOo there wben also strengthening. In massaging rub
r'2' was the fel- lobo from
. covering gave the gam with a rotary
by .
it tlll'fi.... to cut IL" I>r. BrewI the root. downward so nut any po AOo'| ..... SUMS of Ifey 00,... Ol rVmr. Mrs,. KMI. Cotton "*-4K .)is. ,
Na 5 to:. I.hr ell and Fab)." says that might have formed' between the aaa ,*. W- KatMlU. oafK. brut? ftKMT goods at tk* LOW k
. 5**r.. called Jonooa "liar teeth sal the gums wld bo forced out >BilT rnfCJXJI, **d ...raiM .....t..Uo. always
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;;t dugs the foroigo Nashville .. .
not say wb... Ac- for If left sroood the root "'-
'St-4'a to : rttaari->rV Otook of Days I matter will decay and easy oat Ito ,

a'..'t-. fW'ftMod tbo concluding them, and rata the to tb."

SI $.'l''t. fIf a.sloe verse+ written and dts- I II. l Line to ATLANTIC COAST LINE Aecuns
C'htwooaa .
of ?tows I. of
C a. In. PraU
ritDoQe Mermaid tavern The ,... s r.J ll.rn..ssm
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.t 'b,.. lteo .I01UGQ" i* grist to iJirmingharo, Nnahrillcs,
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eat attered after tbo ap- n.,. I.. eo other .a. Knoxrllle Loul
"''s of ... WaW,. taesrewssfol farco. factored that ha re*.rod *o eseeh Mempliitf. ,,

h,5 .w Pair. The epitaph ha* p........ sad *o m..sf *.*r.o.io** .1 yule CincinnnU. 8t Loa) ,: THROUGHSERVICE.
x Ao1 sees r1sla's. CoogHRooody.
t loat Wnra Btr gratitude a* Ofcsmb 1
t a :.'L.... oot waa tatrrrod to UIBo.*.hr.. sad promo Clilaago and all jx>inlHNortli

0:;- -. ** olfcsjy be tascvtpttee 011 I relief follow !.. ... Orslofsjl o.,. and WtwU !

-7M. : "'C, 'f 'See._wa -0 RaN IBrOoagH ..,. everywhere d* net ..**.*... ..

to*ify to tu ...rila for Ike beat3s ofother '1'1.,..&. .,...*...... J..%*ooflNo seC .. .
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:: *. It .. a certat core t.r troupe -. -= : "f :-
; '" Iw G"'fftbeorta 'a Coup I .Ihesak .,........
'aod wW pretest ta>* attk If gltoo stU Dely 1+e q.ss1. '

..... R--.cty. t'large Ent.pp+ena+ee.f ....,.....- h .tress... ...y'efMa r.' .... M h.sued.. wt4lh d4s4eg- JTO _",:rOE |...*.. whet you L.e. w111tb.4J Afolt lletweeesJACXIGYVZLLE.

A sot hers least ....... Ia gir... I "J* UHiads.iod .o..fclr.*. a* MI lav. oo..ALA sad 4tA1NtllfYIW.M.F .
rio. t tf.o**<-.<*>r *.enwu
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N is_w.. *>o optoss lortoo. sad stork Iab.. Tbroogla ion.. .*.*..*. N CsJsfO: .

':a-ntsldrs. r.w 1. ... ate r.ela4ata.s.f .. *oo.m ru.ld.st ..... yes ..,.,.. .. *.o4J. ,,.. '
- E. r..,.,. .r Alle. Cap.I . Stray o o4*
y .... Has ....,. .uwosvfUrCaftsr.So ..*.,.*,*.. .* .. te*.. so .. .***** t t
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'_ ts .., ........t.J ..,41c.w. It e>k she A e.s ,
Ise .., .. : ..eel. p.lhetiw'a tsal.. Itersedy w g"PN7 er ..,........... Ie :
tns.p. sad GOOD AY I N Ticket \gent. 'J
S :Cs s 1a ward .e erou... $04 sebd I.-y tsarly I, T V Ol au.assa? A. ;
sissyease seed .
I teslr--.4 ft a Ise urn umhcter1 L S >k.r JUt" I
salt (' ., ..reeasaarodIL. rtmFs.. A.f. IL :::1.:::N
r Ma &1. it sad tog4tee ..pieesusu llaey w .1......ss .... >.ur _
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Rye and graham bread everyday at

Gainesville. Bakery. When You Tireof
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For the bat printed atattpnerj MOVE
lowest prices call at The Sun. office. paying FIRST CLASS PRICE for .
Sexton Thompson of Evergreen .second or third class paint, insist on
cemetery having
ha been confined to hi*bed with To
our nee location, on corner
O L illness for the pan few daya. iIavis' just North of Potoffice, wherewe

Ga.Miss Rosa Lee LaGrone of Aagne.lt., 100 per cent "and will do our be pleated beat to to please a.fI' yon
you
U in the city, a guest of her rela
lives., the family of O O. Fed rick. Pure Paint Oysters Steaks and Short Orders

tftakinf Judge Syd L. Carter I let yesterday. oar Specialty.
:t for Tallahassee\ where he and will
was turn- you get full paint 'value for Coffee
mooed on Supreme Court. butine. every dollar you spend You are en nice. Game the beat. Everything 4

i.i i. Powder Wtn V, Lovn of Trenton wa trade ONLY titled to If jon it, and don't it get la YOOR it. FACLl' for aporlamnn.OPEN cooked. to order.

loa In the city yeaterday. He I* an extensive EARLY and LATE.
oroaitte contractor of that aeq.tion FOR SALE 11V
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2 ABSOLUTELY PURE E. T Hawthorn, one of the best Baird Hardware Cot, THE CONTINENTAL '

citizens of the town which bear his

C Healthful cream of tartar, derived solely from city name jeMerday.A was a .bu.ln'lIltor to this Gninoaville.Jatnea CAFK.RKSTAURANT. .

grapes, refined to absolute purity, is the active ,. L. Sandera of Trenton one of the Cheanut of Alaohua. one of -- -- -- -'

principle of every pound of Royal Baking bet known and moat prominent Young the bet citizens of the county wa GOODBREAD ,
r men in theVen End, was in tlal city visiting relatives In this city yetter
Powaer. un business .Iterda day
,
E Hence it is that Royal Baking Powder Found Diaeharge certificate of Mr*. R, 1.. Goodwin has returned AIDS DIGESTIONAnd

renders the food remarkable both for its fine Ch... Dlnkioa, from U. 8.Arm,. Owner from Wateriown' N. Y., where she
pent. a most delightful .keep one relieved of Mlb*% Urt. d;
and healthfulness. may have same by calling at The aummer. wbloh heavy. wear bread Mr i t
i flavor Sun ofllce, or upon application by mall. Friends are glad to see her baek. bound to ereaie.IT'S 4

,:No alum, no phosphate-which are the Too don't require an invitation you LABOR OOD'rah. last the thing forfarmers YOUR OWN FAULTIf
elements of the so-called cheap don't have to wear a full>drea lull, and turpentine men, 6On per
principal
everyone la welcome ao get happy at ocen$2 for 6O, or $3 per 100. Cash J'OU do aOI III' anted, wbolenuoie Bre.4 "
baking powders-and.which are derived the Great Barlow Minstrels next Saturday In hand with order Addreea. TUB on sod your,.bI..to.-aa I. w4e ".... every oar
ilellTered
at your dour byKBV3TONB
from bones, rock and, sulphuric acid. at the opera houe. iON, Galneaville. .1.. M

Forget that tired The regular weekly meetlnz of UAKHRY. '
feeling, don't borrow -
trouble, leave all the huilneaa Galnetvllle Lodge No OOO, B 1O.. E., hene 1115.t.. hCllAFCIt.. Prep ;
care at the offiee and at'I" ticket, at ", Ill be held In Masonic hall this even -
ftOVAL BAKING POWDER CO., NEW YORK. the opera house for.the Great Barlow lug at which a full attendance la deIred. WILLIAM ANDERSON

Minstrels' next Saturday, and you will . There will be work.

hWSOFCITYAND I I Old papers for sale at ibis office. find your work go better and the ex. The Loyal Temperance Legion will .f
I Biggest and beat loaves at the erienci- do you more good than media hold (lie regular meeting at the read
Gainesville Bakery. dine Get happy. InK room tomorrow (Friday) afternoon BICYCLES and j

COUNTY CONDENSED Work on the new Graham office at 80'cloak., At the close nf tfte
Board and room for one gentleman.
Apply 201 North Oak avenue. adding, Eat Main street N., corner "meeting lee cream will be served Electrical Supplies.
Eat Machante, I is assuming good pro Kirby Smith Chapter U. I). O., will
Gathered Fresh English peas and string bean portlons The walls hold lt. regular monthly
litter of General Interest are op several meeting at ,,'$
: for today'. trade. G. S. Merchant A.Oo. feet' and progress la being made by the the home of )h.. A, U Oliver North ageaty fer trading ....t'1'1.' ... Krpalrlngdene '
Our .
by Exporters. masons The budding, which will beoompletel PI..an.ar....*. this afternoon ., 3 premptlj lllfrtrfcal worker
\ Our Christmas goods are 'all 1ln andopen. In about six week, will be I o'clock. A full attendance. la derd.! .U ('
PERSONAL AND SOCIAL ITEMS Call and see,them. A. L. Vidal 'Ialh.
'
ODe of the moat modern office ,
A Co. ua. A. T. Hunter and A. U. IlllUary
urea In the city. were In the city yesterday from Mloa I I IA >ti'. UNION '
Net HasHapp.nedand What It Going For Sale-One Iron ears In good condition SIO a O.r-ll.o and women wanted nap,. Mr. Hllleary I I. the manager of -- ---- .. .... ST.
M Happen Told In Short Paragraph cheap for cash. Address I*. 0.; everywhere, to handle our buiuea. the famous B. \V. Fontaine grove,and -- --

So That "Ha Who Runs May Read Box 84, i No* capital) or previous experience re.ulred la shipping heavily of floe fruit thleaeaaon.
Iie 11n The Sun. Take a trip In the big air ship of the I Some or our moat ucoefol I Miss Nora HerliH.Ladies

Great Barlow Minstrels next.Saturday. agents, who have cleared $40 a day, The regular business meeting of J. ,
tpeelal!.price In Gut glaae. A. L. VI Room for all.LostLady'. left the chop and farm to take up our J. Flnley Chapter (T. D.O., will beheld

itlaOoKrjitone ametheit pin. Finder work. We tarnish everything and put at the home of Mra. Oeo KDroome. s
Bakery-headquarter* for will be rewarded by returning. to Mr. you In a position to clear $10 a day. 200 N, IMeacant' street, at Si4.0o. Movelllfisao4
tmhtti. Wataoa Porter. Write today. for foil particular National look thl afternoon. A foil attend

a T ladle.'calling card In latest styles Raymond Dix of Roohelle. a student ) Temperance Beverage Co., Mo .aee Is delred.
it Baa ores.Tvsetyeevea. IS,,_. Ala. \:
of Martha Perry Institute, was In the W. J. Walte of Falrbaaka wa among Fancy iaorfs.HATCH .
tickets for one dollar., city on a visit to friends yesterday.Furnished the vial' tor* to ibis ally yelerday .
Guamllle Bakery. :; U,. Watt' "took I In" the State Fair at r
room for rent, 800 Wrat
c Tampa and was delighted with what
Court atreet. Privilege of bath. Gen
tleman only. Address Box 234. City. NEW YORKRACKET. he taw. II. declare It was the bee MY WUIJO" 1| aaajPROF
fair the State has ever .1.... pay 7-. .
Have your stationery printed at The Attention le called to the advertlae. .
s Ban office.. Firat-elaea work promptly mcntofj. W. Jhl.,, which appear -- -- -.- --.. '''-' .... -_. --. r,

For the delivered at reasonable price. la our eUewhereJn) this ...... Mr* Z.I., haretently JULES
convenience motto. opened! .In the rear of the New' EICHEIBER6ER,,
1 The latest songs danee. eoon York Racket store, a flrtela marke
shouts noveltlea and feature specie) and grocery, aad eollelta a share of the Piano and Organ Tuner
tlee at the opera house Saturday next.Great partronace of the people of Oalaevllle. and Repairer.
0c Barlow Ml nit re In. Prooapt delivery, and all good guaianteed. .
-'
of CHEAPEST STORE ON EARTHHMOUUTTHIB -
For 8.1.-)1 fruit and confectionery.
The Oalaecvllle Automobile Com- THIRTY YIUft3' CXPBRIHNCKUalaeeftlle.
Good stand, good butlne Hat*
r iafaetorr reason' for ..III.. Apply toW Way ba an advertUemeat' In ibis
Issue to witch the atteatlea of the 1'Lrw.
O. Bole Wet Onion atreet.The pablleU called, This conapany came _., --- -. ......--- -----...--.. -,_.
our patrons we Magnolia hotel and tho reel regularly la sloe k gaollae, keroeeaeaad
denee of )1,.. 11.,0. Davl. 607 Wet i ga* ...,..a yllader oils, aad haa JEFF SIMONS '
Orange street are being Improved In I For MEN workedvpaqollea etlfetory trade txataa tat 1

appearance by a liberal application of b..... Their store le loeated om X.a ..
paint. Tho Shoe that ills and Main ......, opposite the o4 Coo. Fresh

will L. L. Hill)) baa returned from a vial I looks nn ".clluDcl wears us tleeatal Rectanrani. Saltwater Fist

keep oursloreopenun to Sanford and other point. He report well OH those Bold at $5 and<< O (l. Ifoebeod, formerly ef Melroee '
r a One lettuce movement from bat for the past few year ...>!oetleggeneral
that fteetloo, also that the celery crop $0. Wo still havo them at a ..,...UI. beelaeee at rot*

la floe. $3 60 per pair. Try a pair a.,. Hall .'.,.... ....t,, Kaa assess l lat4l
r Your money entitle you to the test himself with a sow ef II.... J 1*. If
and bo convinced.
Get Bloc Ribbon Lemon and Vanilla, .... _.. Wall of that pl... ae4 .ta.n I. taergaelMtleo :
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z of tae Flerida LI.. MUM. k
Abeolntely pore, go twice a* far. a red
the "Bloe Ribbon "'a.o'" I* perfee. A.....1&00. the a.r( >*e ., whiz. ..
tin Aakfor the 25. .1... Tilt! UNIT( mi will U to ..*.,..live. toek, n. ..ei..f ... seta OYSTERS
tae eompoay, ee>The Lekela4 New.
(fa rear *f r.rall.,e Coaa..
..,.. ">
1 a. will be U Laieiaaxi aa l Ski
1 til I lio For LADIESAt sow 9epaey wilt b* ready le* t>ar *l (UIKKJVILLK; ., . FLOItlllA.I .. '
I .** le a aoft. ..... Mr lfe.l>aMl ... ----t -
ass t>"M'** act
p.p till, 4 $2.60 is one of tho tire t- will hav..h.rg. of tKeeCU* ., Lake ceA* t-a4e wish tae IweIA.. *) i
In fiet ,
c I dent and lxst to bo fcn I 1..4. afford. !.-,...., |.le" ... |.*...... ..*Aaeeeaaaaodal ,

See the line both in DuttonI1n .


during! this Buy d Lace.- .,. NEW STORE T. F. TMIMiSUNDERTAKING }

[ yourOASOLIXE We are showing a rang CO.

nlflcent line of Blanket* NEW MARKET! .. ---

from, the ohenpait to tho I\
: FULU LINn OP

month Left.S : J. W. EXLEY I NllW ()OOD ._

KEROSENE ,e'our M< I H UJ]tugK atquality. I "u..,...d e4 tk.. T,..., .....tW.I. 1
t.-t*& ) ....c.,...'less v..... cad........ ......'re sou
i 0....,..., ..*.e.... e rr.e.4ics.
C and Gas EnhrinoOylinder Maa..1s..e.ty .. >.*_. aHiwill .01"..av.1"TUJlDft'lO'bI
Oan tra aide tine of: M a* ..*ii ... ..re. tae pose gad la", YXSCLrf.pze. .
THE Oils both mfcrctitiA and Brt1ffI eiet I ... 1:.." ..... ...... .... aexlC
S. J J. I ........ aM ..., ... ...,. .... .,.sss..ue.weI ,
-- i ...t. .ss4. irYe... sad dress pt' -
from : Iron ids: from f* &o. op ....*.n A .*>.'. .* ,.., .*.- ........ ..... ..........
......,Se'..weal sad sw/MfM1.M f sae tae wsr ... .....rreet a..s ki
...,....... i p.0.ur.s..ea.4. M.... ..
THOMAS '-" ''- '' 1
0 bill THE GAINESVILLE AUTOMOBILE PHIFER! BROS.. Jtxorxc iS X 0..a1l.. f7J.w14.a.

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': b. I GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA: 1'IlUBSDA DECEDIBEII 6, 1901( ONE DOLLAR A YEAR :


k: mle*. Ill* denunciations could be --
:AND MOORE incense! majority of lair colleague on'
heard more than block 'j
a away The the bench to declare a law solemnly I PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE
newspapers came In, for their share of PRESIDENT'SMESSAGE enacted ;
the
by o.bej- unconMtMutlonal -
con&rer.el
: YALDOST4' 4 his condemnation, and he said 'tha4( .. and then. tb.fdwny; to the
999. he believed would to.!heh SENT
go because government the!"' right to bare the supreme :CONGRESS
v. e aSfSHMMv hey were too cowardly to an.tagnotze court definitely decide the question '

.JIt1or public sentiment.:. ,. .

j ; : } : Death i Withoutfremoir. The ,Bible told of the respites that G E It Is well to recollect that: tbe real Message Received Strict .
live bAunt Atentioa ; _
to. men, ho Bold. "We efficiency of tbe law often depends not

:, .:'\ :. f are told of the evil spirit that went upon tbe passage of acts as to which From Senators.

,,<. .''itJ. from a man Into a drove of hogs there {is great public excitement but
J.: ,.,' UNT OFFICIALS when they plunged $jnlo the sea. 1 upon tbe t pasunce': of act of this na-
\r.; .. want mt spirit to haunt the court ton a* to which there fa I not much USUAL SCENES'V(ERE ENACTED
: Hi htiy official! to the end 0t their day*." Lynching Discussed at public os-cltemeDt. because there Is lit' A ', "

r'' ri I" .rnor Tossed, the Kawlings said that be tie public understanding of their Im'
thought
tel tF1.aS; Na- portauce. ''Y l1e tbe interested parties HandsomelyGowned Women In On
11 Y', l Cooper and Every, Ooternor Terrell would wire AlfMoore's a
h are keenly alive to tbe desirability" of Galleries Lent Color Jo the Seen
; ; i: ,MeM, Romp to 'Hell lawyer that there wa nofurtherf ,. ...lh.IL' I ) 44 ,- defeating them, The Importance of Member's
- bope, for him, that he wouldQue.l" ?tianal( Evil. ", ,enat"tluainto law tbe particular bill In Several New Were SwornIn ,
; and tell "the- truth of the'matter
_
: <|ut f Dec; 5_-J O. but when tbe. ,
:'f ,: ; message came fact tbat the government baa now definitely .
W 'S'f I t is .'on the scaffold Baying that the governor,'would not of Washington.. C... Dec. 5.-T1*
begun a policy resorting to
: C'.. 'igduM7 Jail,1 yard on, interfere with the execution of the NOT A RACE 'QUES ION'' tint criminal 'law In those trust and Interstate chief Interest of the opening day of
: ,: : negro the latter refused to change'hi the closing session of
congress lay lathe
Y where such
f3 <).,,.". ,; tantly. but the story of the crime. A reporter (.course offer a reasonable" chance of fact that the places of Senator

/J ,ot life 12 minute, accompanied 4be attorney, who wa Ceatrel.1[ of Combinations of Capital UCCCM.*. At first a.* wa proper" every Platt and.Pppey, of New York were
( ,. f'/'" '-rl 'c t dcfofe. ) the trite Instrumental In getting up the petition effort wan made to enforce these law Riled and tie seat of Senator Bailor!

>%,'Ij,\,,'){'.W' "I r ,- k a. ,told the Hruta for a commutation of sentence to the a Paramount by. civil proceedings, but It bas be- of Texas, vas empty. The la1:??

\ ''' i'! ,''.connection with the, Jail and acquainted: the negro; with ( comeIncreasingly evident that. the, action has gone }lame to meet. and answer direct

", .:.'::1.,1 fa said! he. )ihcfd told the decision.! He showed little surprise Issue. of the government In finally deciding charge brought against turn by

I 4 (cJaring. that fililUmBbota but some disappointment l and III certain cases to undertake criminal the attorney general.

"' ,', 'which Killed said the people hero hud not, treated proceedings' Was Justifiable, and. Both of Georgia's senators and tea(

t . ''Aftertbe .no 'ito him fairly., ,' though there may have been some conspicuous members of ...the Georgia delegation e.
felt. had he. knelt Fromthe negro's talk It was easy AN INCOME TAX DEMAND I failures- In these, case, we were In their places -"vhen the gavels

4 k $Uv .19t' Rawlingsrtit to see that )le. had counted on .'his have bad many successes, wblch have of Spcake* Cannon and Vice President -

*; he did not neck being saved by reason of his undoubtedly bad a deterrent effect upon Pal:' t auks. foil. Congrc mn

,'.. 1ft.r,: itawilnaeort having turned state's evidence. lie Mr. Roosevelt Advocates Free Trade for evildoer whether the penalty Inflicted GrtSS a not yet Arrlvert v lot ,

lt the m, rn-, referred!, he said. to representation wit In "the shape of fine or imprisonment detained at home by the seilc3; i
R', '.>wre ptpone, t JMonduygulag made to him ',by Detectlvo Fleming Fbilipp tees. Federal {ferriage aid and penalties of both nea.of his wife. but Is expected V h!

\ fi, y4i if who vorked. up tbe evidence In the Divorce :Law z:d Mautcnascc kind have already been Inflicted by nesday. IU only left Washing i a

'J.. cilia ; on .. caso., but said 1)4 told the!' detective the court Of course where the iridgo. few weeks ago! after a busy sumnu '

F' .; 'tssld.. '"and was kept<; that whether; he was hanged or note of Strong,Navy. can see Ills way to inflict the p.city prepafalory to the congressional elc!

r. \' !ctpatloti." 'would tell the truth. of Imprisonment tbe deterrent effectof yons. ,Con elPSman J. W Or "'
% 4 a don wl* witnessed. by they "1 Bin sorry for Mr. ftawlings Ind the punishment on"other offenders Is street cJC tbe First Georgia district:: '

i'\.r/h l > Blclana., mlulilef and his.boy.,'*' he continued, "but boss .ro"the Heunte and House of Ilcprescnt Increased but sufficiently heavy fines was sworn In as successor for the
tnuch. Holt
or'. .men, Iarpprgwde re- I told the truth about thus matter, 'ailvesj accompjMr Judge of the unexplred term of Rufus I.. Ixittrdeceased. +
Writ
New district court In
recent
a
".., r\.Uu4 the IJaJl;, but were not and I can't change It. Milton Jesse A* it nation we still continue to enJoy 4e<-yion 1 admirably stated the need for. .
.
and Leonard'was there, just like t Numerous expression of regret for
><, n literally! unprecedented pro*- treating: with Just severity offender
wllnes ands; ntr.wo, 'daughUi aid, and Milton did the shooting, Idont'want parity, and It I Is probable tbat only I', of this. kind. His opinion run In part Senator Bailey were.beard and hi'
r r !Cbt *, $Jail,:''but Sl4 I not any of them to hang butI reck lea*'. speculation and disregard'. follows friend predict that.., be will be able
utlon. can't help what's been done. A* to answer. fully the charges whirl _'
legitimate buslue method on the Jwdg Holt r ,ot d.,
I ", f "" remain' were, rarrlcd to far as I am concerned, it don't 'tnat* IS. Have been ..published policy Ie look
t part of the business world can materially .
; UItG. burIV-jround'.. ; .!at Jtle ter. My tout's all, right and I knowIt mar this ;' The lo n.ent.1I'de1)'e to e* ed upon by his colleague' as one ofthe ,
prosperity "n.h tbe clear.roueluslveJaiul
was .
.:. ,Telralr l --county Tuesday won't do:' me any good now to, U. 4x: >ngresu: \ our time 'bai atonemore dtr..udl\nt..aUlit undisputed.wu rfhG N.l'+ strongest men In the democratic "
about ins ,thing" good work of Importance than minority and hits many warm admirers -
I a* llagrnut oue. The transactiO\1\ '
.4 of; nule after hi. body was the present congress. There 'were ev. .' \vL..<... took place under this Illegal Washington..
l n, l"Jllf''' Moore, bill negro NEWS OF CITY ANDCOtrNTY era! matter left unfinished at your ,; coWraet' were very large the amount President ''Roosevelt' annual mcj-

t "'j 'W...''also put to death.tawlfnge' CONDENSEDA last ..,..Io however which I moat -of rebate returned. were considerable sage to congress occupied the tttea-
and the negro died earnestly' bope you will complete before and the amount of the relate Itself tlon of tbe senate as soon ss tb*

i' carcely: a 4remor. The exaat" your adjournment.Cerperatien was largo, amounting to more than opening preliminaries were conclnd' \ *
: ,, both men, occupied only a l.. Pander of 'Trwn'on. one'of the oiut-oftb of the entire tariff charge for utv. bed known ...dmoot' prominent. young Campaign C.ntributtone.I tho transportation of merchandise from of message. from the Douse reciting *

a .and Jesse .ftawllngs, the men In the blest End was In the cityun again recommend a law prohibit this city to Detroit It 1 la not too much.so.py. deaths -of several of the- member

'. of; old, man Rawllng* are business ,e.terda,. lug all. rorporatlouji from contributingto .. I In my opinion that If this baslness *. -_
the campaign expenses of party -
any ;
be ban ed was carried on for a considerabletime
to Friday.'Hawllng A. T. Outiter and A. U. Hlll'aryw Such a bill' ba-already passed one '
yC *. another- son. of In theelty jrrstsrrtay: from Mice.Dopy. house of congress Let; Individual' con- on that basis-that l iii. It this discrimination MR CATO LOST
In favor of thl.
WC wllage and W. P. Turner, "' particularahpper
,
Mr. Hllleary Uthe, managerof tribute a. they desire, but let u* probiblt -< .
:Pf' llcheC', ,were sentenced to In eCfectlve! fashion all was made with an, eighteen
: the famous R, W. Fonialn gmv", and corpora* Instead of
N twenty-three cent rate
'
,180n. m..t. I I'is hlpplug .heavily&1 ot r. Hoe fruit this Dons from making contribution for ,and the tariff rate was maintained HEAVILY BY FIRE
werewaonvteted the
men for political purpose, directly or. I ludlG.vsrnnnent's
easoa. against their .
any as
competitors -
of two little children. Bob f .
W J. Walts of Fairbanks result might be, and' not Improbably
,. was
among
tad Annie Carter In aa attempt to
Right *f Appeal 'In would be. that their competitors Horse Mule Barn and
Buggies
.. the visitorto; this eliy yesterdayMr. ,
.:4ttertrrinate' the family- of W. L. Criminal C... would be driven out of business.
..,.,t..r Waite "look In" the State Fair si
to Another bill which has Just passedone This crime 'la OM 'wblcb In Its nature Contents Destroyed Monday.
trbl drop fell at 10:55 Both Tampa and was delighted _hhh..,
,' a. m. ; Louse of the congress and which la deliberate) and premeditated.: I tblnk
\? xi...... without he lie declares It the
died was
a tremor saw. beet It 1 I. urgently necessary should be enacted over'' a fortnight elapsed between, the Information reached this city Tare '
Ct ;if, s ,1',. '-The negro stood by his statement fair the Slfte hat ever Riven.' Into law t. that conferring upon date of Palmer's letter requesting the
i p 'which xneana tbat the two boy who the government the right of In day of the serious loss by fire of Tin
D I,,, Work on the new Graham ofl-! > appeal I reduced 'rate and tbe answer of the.
*/ : ...gel awaiting execution w\|{\ hanged.. building, East Main street N., corner I criminal ,cases ou questions of ,law. I railroad company deciding to grant it. tt. Cato which occurred at his Dame
........
}4 ;: a.. Till right exist lu of toe state I and then
', many for month afterward this
W Rut Maohanle fa I assuming Rood'pro' near Alacbua about 2 o'clock )foz: "/
E'' ;, ).. b, Ra wUn..' last day on earthwaa's portion The wall are 'up several' It exists In tbe District of Columbia by business wa carried on and theseclaims morning.
f strenuous bns. Many people act of the congre It.is of court not for rebate submitted month
feel, and progress I f. being made by the .verdlct'for About the hour )tr Cw
irtstted him' including a number ottnlnUtvra proposed! that In any case a after mopthwsnthreka. | In payment of mentioned
i' .' to the South Georgia con ml"OOTbe bulldlnr which will be the defendant on tbe merit should beNt them drawn moth After month. Sucha was awakened by a crackling fi'-i*'

r i"'.tt1"*.ce. and he talked freely, but In oonl l..J la about six' week, will be amide. Ilecently In one district violation of the law'. In my opinion.' accompanied by a bright gUre. H. I

1. i &extremely bItter strain to all whocana. one of the most modern oRtae strue ,where tbe government bad Indicted: certain 11I.Its essential nature I I. a very much arose, to find his barn ablaze and sov:

to see him. During all his IS lures In 'h.011,. persona for conspiracy In crone* more heinous act than the ordinary withstanding last every. effort *M '.

,1J\On\h" Imprisonment the condemned $IO a O.f-Men and women wanted tlon with ft'b4t.tbo court sustained
luau, had never been so violent a. ha ..."liwtuh 'to handle onr business the defendant' demurrer Indictment while In another for- criminal court constantly>> for pun Leo late, and the barn, with one if.-'?
Jurisdiction an Ntunetit and which arise front
rear on Monday. lie has used the No stllal. or previous ezrertenee required. conspiracy U> obtain rebate* ha* been If passion or temptation. This crime sudden In one hone, two buggies and all tds-

wJngttat kind of language ta con- Szaoq ot our root .ueee.*ful sustained by the court conviction*, obtained this vase was committed by men of tent, including 'large quaatl J *
....nation ot the management of hi. agent, who hat elvarrd I4O a day under" It and two defendant education and of large boslne! experience. corn, hay eta, was bursed 10 Its

;+'fW.by his attorneys, of the courts, left the shop and farm to take up oar sentenced to Imprisonment. Tbe two ;' whose standing 'In the community ground.ntIIag| a severe lo*.,

,, ta4>. l>n>*.cuUcg atora ' and other ot- wok We furnish everflhlng and pal case referred to may not be la real .I ws such that they might base been The origin of he fire I Ie not hers

),. tt r HI* denunciation of his attorneys, Write today for full particular. Natlonsl that there should even be an once' to law upon the maintenance of .
JT'51 Temperanee Beverage Co., Mobile apparent conflict.: At present there I* which alone In this .
; R. Cooper and Judge O. M. Smith country the security < It wa not l..aro.d whether er e4Mr.
I ,.w*.. particularly! bitter and unreason- Ala ______ :TVK. : no way by which: the government can I << ef their property depend. It was Cato carried' any !....,..ee
It,.. Tb. latter ,. ,, cause such a conflict, when It occur committed on behalf of a great rail-
a went up to see 1 H. Wat. .. O. C. Worthl got / _.
# to IN* aoIveU by an appeal to a higher read corporation, which like.
Jtatrttao when the "
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message was Freetlesll'ainters.We -v.....-
that Governor Ter.y' court, and the wheel of Justice are road corpora tHMM. has received gratis Th. City Council.
1'.c4JtlIod.nnouDCII1C are praetlcsl paint maker I blocked without any real. decision et Itmt-ty rrri-u et
r'eri'bad refused to further Interfere the state large and ralo- At the regular' raottlitlylh IIH""'" "
; We have mad the I*. A M. Paint by' the qae-stloa. I cannot too stroogty *"!* pr1rri.>..4 for the tlbnc!'. con- tl
CouacJ ss
with judgment of the court, and waajrrrt Moedyihersbusiness
machinery for the period of on.-third urge the passage of the bill ta webs. and it* own, which perform .*
4 by a etreint of vituperation of Imports traset
nee
A failure to pa It wUl 1' quasi p-it4lc functions. and
rarely equalled anywhere of a century . which I* 01... than. the of the b*. hi'
\,I Our. msehloery produce lO.OCngsl oualy' hampering the ')......q..tloa.l cfeargml with for highest' obligation Inthe paymeat
lie .aid that oU lawyer had not Sort to obtain Justice the current inoaib. The ordC aa.a
Lone of U A M Paint better. ant In trace**c tl-Mi of Its blr. .rs. te that
treated l him ricU, that be bad been t, again? wealthy I .YW.... er corn*. t the cttlaeaa of thl country' alike and provldlag for calling aata ...Ieatlo.fet
railroaded to the fallows that ce had lea. lime, 100gsltoacein_ '' bit. wads rations that tto wrong' and: sway. ate 110I t tbe rarrr ass. Irs ...........'wlth unjust booeU.. of tr. 4iy 'for p. ,"

been Ircaltyiupbo*twe. .a Olffereat dttiif base. of the old Ei florids frra .,+**

beep snore creditable to toe ... theosaaJ. ot too of paint. hag mark foe: wagewermer. .she are j ....,- tea.MM ref dtutrtka.w .. birrs.k* was brwigHt before tae Cell .;:.**1

'ooucty\ If b. bad beta taken out at material. where. a p iat.r uses only Laspoe.d. Dot themselves able effectively: to voa- [t 1114.. 'f. la it* aarore H ooe itsaaUy sad pawed. It. .***-.t re*

......, and (being riddled with httUeu. I .. teat a cave where. the judgment .t at ; knr with ...,...,. -.d. tJ"Wt or wbkta Upon motion eetsimltte. -= ...
.. .. the best ..'hIn taferVor cnrrt ha* been sbMt u.... it l l. ....1Ik1IIt a
crowds stoat around the Jail ail day We glee: yDar' .0"' J very so obtain.Tb : lag Aldermen Il4dge. taws.. T*? .::'* ***
fox waooi HawUag showed himselfIKUrottsa he world with I.. '" 'M. beeaur I bar stMMrUtaatty Ia vlew a rereat... t '- seree'arate eumrartve M't wire'Maas
CC I., A )t. X4... lies r fe.. ,.. U .kill ebOua by district x>.Ice Aravtag. rail t to ne 'ly twraty rpotaUrd .. fave.llg"teii" tit> rTot .
the coW bah.. White Lead and ta ke utW A )I. !*aalIrun way .*..!**ye H wtthowt pee. .
Its said be knew fce.waa. going to .....r tn.. for lotw 1ft j..f., vMtstiea rf w rs ct'a to c* >v3 r..1 t..... r.'trst'ag,. .f re\.at.a -.;sae: ) .. from .V* tfcesbnartf fIse

I. .lea:i I.,? and that tie!. only OO-Otatkxs &.' '1.' test L. stt -I abets 1Li per r. statct It wawa aam .iw '1'1'' is t...t. -.c- tt2*'. 1nrent .. rathec4.pa' i "qr1 the e..la.c; .t ,.. A'J..a' 2 '
.rune t."Nt lea tlMMw to. ralkraf ... ., tII.a
.4 Wtta 4 Bertr1 r,:a w& 44"'IY t 's'y sw'it w "--'-- .-- .. srdd eromitiaw tat re?' -
.-"' ..)t i rtes CI4 t3V; "t't, .t.t1ll en.CC .,.- o'sI b" J. ,r'. )1'.u... city: ;'1' for! J't....!- "p!p -:w t"r' -'. t. stns.'! ow i-..is ety! . aat rsgutae mlhisa .t lb - r

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,.}TRADE' WANTS They Stand Alone. CONDUCTOR SWAILS SPRING -PARK,- -- -CATTLE. .

,. Standing ont in bold relief alt alone Returned From Tampa Fair Tuesday

r :UNION STATION frank.and eonsplruou htmeft dealing example with; the dck\ STRUCK BY BOTTLE After Taking Many pHzes.' WilY TAKECALOMEL'

and afflicted, am Dr. Pierce' Favorite After haviutf bn awarded niwnyprie
v Prescription for wok overworked, de-
,'/ 'I 'f ':<' /Vj. f1i' bilitated, n(Tvo '<. rua-down, pairrtcUwl ..-more than sev,--nIJ---. the 'VbpT't Mozlc' : 'v' d.e- .
.' 'ii,1 i''I''" 'Appear Before wont'O* and Dr. Pu-iwfc O ld.'n Assaulted by Two Negroes onGaiu'eavUle 8tn,e F+ir in Tsmna. 'ib. Hereford'
1.\eclic.-d 1 1 Ii"",'ovfry. tun fsmonn remtdxf Park Btu,1 i Eli1tlr. n pur.-lv '\ __,
I' i' -' <" sPrir R : ,
V ct'ilt 'onuii
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f ,f v. <5jik: "I:, _iacfi. iiiulcttBtiun. or d.p'- Gulf Train. compound, W1th '
and
gip" J1I1111181t1J11a <> ia torpi" +i lir, or blliuutncfs, all Farm C.uipany, ,.f ",'in,,'h N. A. O"llf- ,1 1==
% ,; d E If I catarrhal alT.ttioiw: whether of the vd from the seen ant taste will rcJJ.\ ... ;,
stomach. bowol, kidneys bladder nasal son Is mnttsKer at n of Bi1iousness.
/PPESENT PETITION reeoagea: tlirout. lironrLla or other mu- HEAD WAS BADLY INJURED of ouuif.t iu>..rt.S, lookiug" spick kindred diseases ".. F .
coils jp&vtaagfji, effective remedy bt expected after .. :;
and as utd'
/ I for alldi.easel s arising from thin pan griping Y t
\ wateryor or
nauua
t \t .
) ( f r Jl.l.ntal Cit. Impure' blood as. scrofulous and skin Negroes Were Passengers on Train, the long and tedious trip.( leave no bad effect ;
r Mer' Pr'"yl"g;" I affections.Bach Callisnn is certainly to bw ., ;
r '.J4 uafne .And When Conductor. Ajtdrnpttd to Manger
bottlo of the above medicines
: \ ) she SOc. and $100
? ., f:ompantes b.instruct.lon -: \,ears upon U.8 wrappnr a badge of bonotv Collect Fare One of Them Struck congratulated upon his soccers at I' ; per bote:
In the full Hot of ingredient com Fair. It was demonstrated, fbrt'uRb'' at all Drug Stores
) ,'Depot.e nosing It-prtnfcil in plain E Him Over Head
Florida ,is capable
places his exhibit, that as
.'H This frank and open publicity MOaa.EY'LEMON
a o '. the question has agile ,: the, Jmedlelnes in a clang all try them Ohs. A. McKinney of Louise who of raising flow cattle as ar.y other section -'

of Gainesville la the shay, and I* the best guaranty of their visited. Gainesville Toe dy, brings Information .,. of the country, forgo finer can be- ELIXIR.
be classed
merit' They cannot as patentnor
;lIon passenger station er' ret medicine for they are neither of an assault by two colored found in the South, or in the United "0.. bees Caxvn.as.-

'naeh A station has been -r U H'terrn feels thai he cnn afford to
_r L,'has advanced and In* take the afflicted Into his -full confldenro! railroad upon Conductor Swalls at Herefords and Jerseys. from the pastures

i ulatlon' ,, until now Ited and lay all tho Ingredients of his nicdl- Graham the night before. The trouble 'of Spring Park.

almost a necessity, clnea Ingredients freely are before such them a* aro because endorsed these and! aroserit seems, over the. payment of a Immediately! upon their arrival the. ,Bullet Drop Seven. Negroes-

of trains entering mod most strongly praised by score of the fare, when one of the negroes, knownas cattle were unloaded and driven to the Jacksonville, Fla Dec 4.,
having been Increasedh moat eminent medical I writers as cores 'Slick *' ..oddenl.trnek the the westward -e"n
.y for the diseases for which them media eon- farm nine miles distant to negroes shot. three of whom win die
of the town: dim are recommended. Therefore the doctor over the head with a bottle of the city. Is the result of a general row

'.' few days\ by authority a Dr.filleted Pierce'do not recommendaUon have to rely alone as to upon thecurative which b* took from his pocket. Inflicting Manager CalU" was not only busy shooting affray growing out of an 104 oil

Iff, ,J 'adr.6 petition\ hash value of b'a medicines I for certain an ugly and painful' wound. receiving the congratulations of our feud At Marietta 7 miles frfom Ul

asking;" that a union easily recognized diseased. Conductor Swalls, who was the only. people over his success with the cattle city. Those fatallyounded are Let.
at the printed formula on '
:, t, 'Ion' be (erected by the oath glance bottle will show that no alcohol and white, man In the colored compartment but also upon his success with the ter B run son. Alex Prime and! JIJII4I!

r,, d, entering the city. no harmful or habit-forming drugs'enter of the car at the time, shoved Alachoa county exhibit over which h" Hadley. They__are In the hosplw!;

t. :has: been generally signed' Into wholly Dr compounded:Plerce's medicine of glyceric, they extract: 'being the negroes' to the door and kicked was commissioner, and under the here for treatment as are the otbr) :

,and: professional men, of the roots of native American forest them off the platform. One of the negroes direction( of whom the exhibition was four wounded men. Seven negro*

3 lss ? os tn all walk of life plants. These are beet! and chronic safest. dis for escaped, but "Slick. ," the man msde. Through his energetic( efforts charged with doing the shooting hi..
: the of most lingering
.le'd'y .. ,.with, the result that eases.cure Dr. R. V. Plerco ran be consultedrnxF who struck Conductor Swaths, was arrested Alachua county tftss covered with been arrested and are In jail her,.

..,, i games of Influential' by addressing him at Buffalo and taken tn Starke, wherea glory-and Alsehua. county will not rne climax came through one nee
; N. Y.. and all communications are regarded - striking another with a fence picket.:
n affixed thereto. as sacredly confidentiaL preliminary trial was to have been forget him. .
Friends of each armed,themselves
t Trade; has decided to It I la as easy to ba well as 111-and held Tuesdsy.Uponreaching. \ inj
Y much comfortable. Constipation Is the war began. The jawbone of
more OM
""'" .5 to the Rallrpadif Sampson City Con CATARRH SEASON.
iltlon ,
: the cause of many forms of Illness. Dr. of the negroeswas shattered and kitnoeue !!
.._j... ,if that the request Pierce'* Pleasant Pellets euro constipa. doctor Swalls' wound was temporarily shot off.
the 'rallrnada be in* tion. They are tiny, .u.< .
la
ules. One Itttl Pellet a gentle laxative
.' t+ c 'a ;.,steps ',toward Its ,ful- two. mild cathartic All dealers in treatment upon reaching Gainesville .Months-Simple Way to Cure.With Children's

., medicines sell them. on the return trip. Fortunately the cool nights of fall, catarrh .
Favorite tonic Is White' Crew
., comprising II. E. Tat ,- I the wound, while quite painful will al troubles In Gainesville are becomIng .
Vrl'mUoge.he for'
cure worm sodiU!
V' $ ;' the 'Pint Natlu'naltntptwn MR. ALBRIGHT'S' LOSS., not prove of a serious nature, but will more and more prevalent and J. children'
diseases. It not only lib
s ':and Congress cause the popular conductor considerable W. McCollum & Co as a consequence .
; removes
t ri&,,km*.been appointed His Home, Pecan Grove, Orange Trees' annoyance for a few days. find their sales of Hyomel Increasing.At the worms, but the mncnttri!
Beans. Burned. slime In which |they build tlrim..ti.
and Velvet of catarrh
Board of Trade in ------ -- the first warning oneshould
r Aegti4oo befnrlt'the Information reached this city Toeld. Deafness Cannot Be Cured . j begin using Hyomel. *A few/ Its action on tbIchild is mild setleaves
him in healthy condition. Jot
a
r ., of a serious, lot to 1> A. Albright: By local applications, as they cannot days' treatment at this season of the '
Daniel, Surmac >nn., says 'that kBsve .
'dogb/ :JMM that (Oatne- who reside on what, Is known*the Mix- rasoh the diseased portion of'the year will often prevent a serious and I ,
one of his children lTii.'tCresm
,' Isla) -MMJ'of'' a onion de- son place,near the wsterworks pumping ear. There Is only one way to cure chronic attack' of catarrh. Vermifoge when the duetsthought
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ltjr In ,*W eoontry The station, at a late hour Monday afternoon deafness, and that is by constitutional There Is no stomach dosing wtthIIyom I it had colic and from! ale
I. 'lIf her are' a looK dbaoee, whIch resulted 'In the loss of Mr. 'remedies. Deafness caused by an l, The virtues of Its healing oils
; first dose the child passed 73 worm
h tnke>. It,very lnoooven Albrigjit' home,'a cottage of five or six. Inflamed condition of the mucous and balsams are breathed through a For tale by W. M. Johnson.

hc traveling public to say rooms virtually new, the burning of lining of the Eustaehlan Tube. When neat pocket Inhaler that comes with

-r .. t.. the, Inability of the Imckr five acres of young pecan trees, 200 this tube Is Inflamed you have a rumbling every outfit, and In that way the medication Assumes Rein of Government

:, .tret alb| train, some "f which orange tre*100 peach tree. and six sound or 'Imperfect hearing, and penetrates to the most remote Teheran Persia Dec .-Tki

.? in,the oily *t the lame hour. 'acres of velvet beau. The aggregate when "It Is entirely. closed deafness Is 'I cells of the no.., throat and lunge, report that Mohammed All Mini, their
there It (( said be It the result, sod unless the Inflammation killing catarrhal germs whenever present
i |gently, are times when lots l e to quite large, though apparent and governor of Aier-
% can be taken out and this tube restored -
a', r :difficult for passengerr to .errlftge could not be ascertained to Its normal condition hearingwill and;soothing and healing soy Irritation ba IJan, has been summoned ins

which !I. to. say the .J4 r. Albright who eatne from West be destroyed forever. Nine oases there, may be In the mucous Tabriz to Teheran to assume the rem

Kravatlng an unpleasant de- Virginia with the colony about three. out of ten tre caused by catarrh which membrane. j>f the government In the lllnes dbis
""! years ago has been on the place about I I. nothing but an Inflamed conditionof If you have a cold, or there Is anyoffensivedischarge father the shah The esUbliit-

'f' two year His friend deeply sympa the mucous surfaces. from the nose, or ment pf a Persian bank and the luai

d' ice to Our. Customers thise with him' 'In IbVlo.*. We. will case give of deafness one hundred_ (caused dollarsfor by tickling or dropping at the back of the of an* Internal Joan with tbs objed
any
r ; r pleased ass announce that Fo This I I. the second fire occurring In catarrh) that "anD t' be cured by. throat. If there Is offensive breath of emancipating the country from impendence

tt and Tar for .cough, colds that Immediate neighborhood during a all's Catarrh Our. Send for elr* raising of mucous, and smarting 'and upon foreign financier, 19peara -

,., ,. 4t _, trouble I.. not au>oted, by week, part of the farm of A./L. Jackson oolsr. free.F. Irritation In the throat If there are I 'to be assured
and Drug Jaw J.. Cur 'dt Co. O.
L. lion a| Pure Food Toledo
that Indicate
; bluR been burned on Than*** any of the symptoms catarrhal -
twine no op hates or other harm Bold by druggists 75a.
I _all and wtfTVeommend It as a givlngday.Catarrh' Take Hall's Family Pill for constipation troubles, begin the use of II,. Early' to Bed
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,, remedy for oMIdren and adults. T i j.__,- omel at once. And early to rise,makes on*b.aUj! .
, t f. M Ool.....,,'& ,Goi and Catarrhal Headaches Yon take no risk In paying $1 for a happy and wl e-especially if yoattlt

o ._...-!--- are quickly relieved by NOBEN. It Epworth League Meeting; Hyomel outfit a. J. W. McCollam A: turbine before retiring. A |pO'uw'

? -j ForToting a Gun. soothe the congested membrane, allays The Epworth League of the Meth Co. give their personal guarantee thatIf cure for constipation dyspepsia pi

'ftheriff J,.x.8t.phensof: Ala Inflammations and thoroughlyheals odlst church held the monthly business the remedy does not afford satisfaction all liver complaints. Mrs. 8lombla. -. Co C

+i *, y \. ) ooaht to, this colored ctty, eonvlated Monday, and el..n.... It keep moist meeting on Monday. evening. After your money will be refunded at .TeoD., writes hI al.'J.k

y .alp Wkltaker Oswt>||'s 'CnQ'"t upon a all the passages whose tendency. Is to the: ususl. Ort. the following offlfers once. Extra bottles of Hyomel, If a supply of your Herbtne on hand A*

v; ,j of,wirry'j. !; oncenlsd weapon thicken and become' ,. Cures cold, were elected for the next year Presl* needed, cost but 60 cents, making this so well pleased with the relief It gin

lt krwas 'fined $100 and onu throat trouble, hoarseness, hay dent, U. E. Huffman first viee-presl- the most economical treatment for catarrh In constipation and all liver no-

.*./*.. mouth,', mud felling to 'ralw '. fever "stopped< up' no ., breathing 'dent, W )r. Pepper; second vice ns well as the most reliable. plaint. that words esn't eipresi *1

.. oney will spend, hi* tint. In the through mouth while sleeping, often president Miss Myrtle Fennell tblrd.Icep..ld.o' appreciation. Sold by W. )I. Jots

r n: 'gang." slue, breath *te. It la antlseptlo and :Miss Mary DaCosta; Th. New Office Building. son. .

, A ,, 'P----' -------- contain no chemicals, or drugs havinga fourth vlee.president, Mbs Lilly Mason The Haymaas building corner of I

narcotic effect, or that can Cause | secretary. Miss Maude Neville 1treasurer West Main street S. and East Union' Rawllngs to Hang.

i R the* "drug habit." W. R. MeKlostry; organist, streets, the second story of which Is' Atlanta. Dec. .. .-Governor>rtwtn n

r, w. ovAaANTxa SATISFACTION MIssLloaTousey t agent Epworth Era being fitted op for offices, is destinedto Monday. morning declined to tat 3Rawllngs 1.
of old mu
the sentence
!* J. A. Progdon of the National Sign Harry Klnnebrew. become the most popular ss well as and the negro Alf )top

..rr Co, Dayton, Ohio, writes under date W hats one of the most modern of It* kind.. In and both must go to their doOl8 **

: of Oct. 12, IKMt _NoaKMX Is the only this section Dec. .4. Attorney John Rc**'!
preparation I hare ever used that ,.- I Worth doing Is worth doing well. Th. building will contain a number had petitioned for a reeptu ta sits

., I tie,... my sfHIctlou so speedily and If you wish to be cured of rheumatismuse I of office en suite which will be taste- that the pardon board might p1e"

pleasantly. I am getting the first real Ballard's Snow Llalmsut and you folly and conveniently arranged. Notwithstanding their cues, but the refusal ct fI

f" pleasure out of breathing' that I haveetperleneed will be "well cured!* A positive core that the workmen have governor to grapt too respite taws'

sloe I contracted. catarrh for ,sprains, neuralgia, bruises, contracted not yet finished, tenants are beginningto they must bang.
muscles and all the Ills that move IB. Attorneys Geo. W. Seo-
-- six ago. Money would not bay s
years tube of NosxNA.lt looold not get flesh Is heir to. A. G. M. Williams, field and E. C. F. Sanehea, and Dr. .

my another." Nsvasots,T.zaswrlte.t "I have used Clyde L Carter have already moved CASTOR I

Boy l oaaxA from J. ," MoGollnm & Saow Liniment sprained ankle andIt and AttorneysjChristopher Math..on,

Co. and W. M. Johnson Gainesville gavq the best of .satlsfsctlon., I always W. E. Baker aud E. O. Baxter pt'e' .;For InfinU and Children.

.. ..t your. money back If not satisfied. keep U In tha house." gold by to occupy suite In a few eta,.. B
j-f: : Bample tube and booklet by mall lOo.Baowit "".3(. Johnson The KW Yw few Always

MA.MFVAOToan. Co., A Miraculous Cur.

, withrxaii St. Louie, Mo. and 0,...".'_''., Tnn. Revise Customa Tariffs. The following statement by U. )f. Bear theRsbber S

Why tsuf fes* Sydney, N. B. Dec. 4.. -Alarmedby : Adams and wife, Henrietta, Pa.ut 81pat1U'1l0r
NOTICE. the rapid" decrease' : la the popoHUOQ -
when Interest parents and other*. **.A ml -
, d Assessor's Appointments of St. Plerro Mlqxielon. the raeuloos ear ha taken place la oaf A......
BALLARtfSSNOWLINIMENT: Tax Collector French government had revt***. the Aaaault frlncs
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Annulled.We . boos. Oor child had eesema ft years -CucaaU, Ike.
"" customs tariff for too Island tn order TIn... Tran*
it bustnc. bxtereta.. and was prooooneed' IweorabU, **howe. band of twelve robber altadalestate
r. have found It Impoeelble to meet to stimulate "
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heretofore. ) pub Four schooner atrlBg the port forbaiter .read about E1"te, Bitters, and ot Prtnc*** Avalova, p:
CURE JdI
appointments :
WILL
: the New dates will b* wade tot and supplies, the tax naaba eooetoded to try It. Before the second her residence and a s* ltl** U.
lished. tam
fr RHEUMATISM. CUTS. OLD 1st. steadily deertaatnr by eml&nI I bottle wss all taken we sours' a hM. They w- ro ptnrJ l
January
t!:" SORI2S. SPRAINS WOUNDS after ,'..., respectfully, tion to u.. Caaa4laix wet and north eaaag* for the better and after tsklag win b. tried by STAY JOINTS NnURAUOlA.SCALDS. 7 bottle ne wa completely ored.M" saartUI."
\T. D. D1&I.eo.. west. __________ :
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# It's the wp- o-4ate blood! medteia and !
b O. A. Krlwlel llama, TV*. \Vitxta W.QaineeUle COUOl' That III ..... body b<*lldlu soni*. O.&,.. i. 80s Make 1M Live u.*".
writ**): "1 Utll4L' lllIrU'Bnow. Fla., DH. 1, lDO$. .
Liniment for my family. It .....rt4ew ...-,.----- Cough 7oar'*tr Into a At of spasm it..* ft *, all drag.u>r.*. Orlno Laxative Fruit ersp: hah' '

?r ta the beet Liniment made. CaN"tor Epet.psr.J. and then, wonder why yea 4o.', get I -.----- -- perntseeat relief Ira r'a.e. of '
It rollove burn.. a nd ecalds.' welt It JOG will catty try a bottfe I PATTON ronsUpatioa M It stlo. .U..* *** J I

: !!c. aGe and S t,00BaHftrtf H. ".'.fOIIa.. \Vatertows).")1.1'0..', n. "t"lI."bOQa4 8.J"p your...... J. and restores the natural act 1,)50t :

Rural Fr. Pellvvry. wiliest will be n thin* of th* pe." h.U a t rwI* without (IrHtatla-g tfc.s*' err" I
S aow L..IHM8t. Co. daughter atttotcd foe years with .p$-, ...Cit Engineer *wJ, Surveyor... :
taebart.ra
potttl "N for oRfc' ) Ufiorass. like pills or ordinary
8'1LOUIII.' MG. !*p.,. was cured *J Dr. Ktaga New* bN4M ams' and alt pol' vo.ary diseases.On . DEALER IS KH1L ESTATE not pees*ate or grip ud ** IE J, ...I
had atuu .
Wf Pill. SH haa act aa .
r M Beet body clean'.. bottle .UI' .nvic* r-r--I JOOd..gi'L" Frocnat' attendo all bos!****. ptaaaalCotak. Remembet ;
for over Iwo year, fill..., t4tbasd i1.tt0.- tf Of*.., CUrst door North .f Thv.ate*e*. Orlsvo ad rfeIv esbUia' '.
SoW -.I Rcc......18.... tty and life giving t ot. o*varttu 2611' .
ore *ar. o J3*< m, Ostacytii. n..
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OF THE ELKS' LODGEabernacle EXCELLENT LUCK 1



Was Crowded at Me- CoughThis Individual Awards Aggregating.

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nonal Exercises Sunday.- $350 Made at State Fair. LL


ANY ELKS WERE THERE is one reason why Ayer's ALACHUA IN THE LEADIn

Cherry Pectoral Is so valua-

embers of Gainesville Lodge and ble in consumption. It stops Connection With Sharing Sectionaland Tho Kind Yon Have Always Bought and"'Whleb It i

Vis it,I"g j Brother Attended In a Body. the wear and tear of useless Grand Championship Honor. In uso :for over 3O yearn* has borne the :AI ->

FJM Musical and, Rlturall.tlc Pro. couching. But it does moreit Her Individual List Was Large, A* and has been nU\ttouu<

Exam Arranged for the Occasion. controls the inflammation, Will Be Seen by Puollshed List sonal supervision since ill i;;
Allovr no ono to deceive jl
Bf far the mot impressive religious quiets the fever,soothes,heals. In addition to the sweeping: victoryof All Counterfeits, Imitations nml J..At-n.M-a'OOtl"; ;
KrWiee ever held In Gainesville under Ask your doctor about this. Alachn county at the great State Experiments that trillo with and enilnnnrer tlio be: :;
FL .plees of a secret society, was the.Amoral : Fair Just closed 'in which, our county Infants
ao and Children
The best kind ol testimonial -Experience aeninst Ex] .
exercise; of Gainesville ..Sold for over a aLxty y......" I will be published to the world as sharing I
irdeePW. Benevolent and Protective honor with one other'of the f'irty \,
.derof Elk., which were held In the by w J._e.Ape9 aIIIoo'lU"N"tI 0...L.. .t. .-- aix as the banner county of Florida, What is OASTORI'I
Tsberoasleof the Florida) Winter Bible Ax-s. SA.RSAP AaI1.1.A. there wan nwariled to various citizen
Dfereoce Sunday afternoon PILLS. of the county Individual prizes as a' CoAtorin is n> harmless I
A. I I. the cotom with this order. __ HAIR VIGOR.W 'reward for their energy In making display Boric Drops and Soothing Syrups It Ss rice"

Lmilar service* are held .simultaneousla tb..fonaola base no M or rwu mil our t w.i_Mi.pcbll.... aggregating, 350. making the aggregate contains neither Opium Klorplittio nor other'
| every city in the United State county and Individual prices: BUbstauco. Its ago is its eruarunteo. It clestroj

lIert! a lodge of Elk. exists the pur- bowels Haaten recovery with keeping Ayer'. Pill the. awarded Alachua more than 11,800 And allays reverishuetts. It cures Dlarrhcwv ttColic.
regular
j being in commemoration! of the This Is a most excellent showing and It relieves Teething Troubled, cures Con
armory of deceased brother For- the thanks of oar people are doe to and Flatulency. It assimilates the FtMuI regular
Lnstely this meeting was the first of UalnesTille lodge and the audience everyone front Fair Commissioner Stomach and Dowels' giving healthy uud natural'
Li kind necessary. with' Gainesville what an honor he felt to have the Callison down who manifestsd an Intere Tho Cl.llilrcn's l'm ftcba-Tlio AIothers Pricud,;'", '

edge a* lat year there iwere no de. privilege of addressing them upon this .t In the great show which so com* '
eased brother over whom to mourn. oeoasioi, and notwithstanding thnt II'' pletely swept the path of victory CENUINE CASTOR

Coring the j ear about to come to afore was' a setoi of sorrow, he was glad to The county premiums have already
however, two members of be here, foe; the duty devolved upon been published. In addition to these Bears the Signature of
jtloetviile )lodf e have peered Into the"ttriolM someone. Afar paying a few oo.npll: premium, the Spring Park Stock
beyond and the services meats to Gainesville lodge anJ, the Farm Company and the t fctandard

ioodty were appropriate and belH lJt. city generally he bean his memorial' Stock Company took numbers of premlums -

BBC In eulogizing their. live and char.curs. address, paying beautiful tribates..-4o and ribbons for their respective
the deceased members of the order, exhibit In cattle and hnr....
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Meeting Wa Public.nemeetlngwa.apubllaonp.. especially' Brother Walter O. Robin The following are the individual W ,

It wa* son, by reason of the fact 'h.t.he had a..rdl..a announced by the jodgest The Kind You Ha6 B'In
Ltnoaneed. for 8 o'clock, and by that been t associated with Mr. Robinson po. Department B. ,Always
[i loertbebfgbuildingwas 'comfortably lItlcall social y and In a business Park .
lied( with many of the best people of Aay" and knew and loved him as a Spring Stock Farm Alachua Use For Over 30 Yean '
largest and best exhibit of live stock.
| desirous of learning how the brother, hence ho could speak of him .... _
h city I Diploma and $100. ewasMrMAea 99 __....... New *aee.ecvI ;
Hki commemorate the occasion. They I from a personal knowledge. lie
''ere cot disappointed in the proceedInr touched' upon the charitable and gen:: Department D.

*.for at the conclusion many were erous nature of his friend, and said T. XT God bey, Alachoa, bet six .
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Iht favorable remarks made. in behalf that many of the charitable deed he *.". of Florida! grown oats, 15.J. .
l>f the Elk, which had apparently performed would never be known. The K. Williams Alaehua, best bushel. ,
jffo misunderstood before. The prin* speaker added that he had not the of red rnstproof oats, $3. I S

ipl* of the order were explained in honor of a personal acquaintance with F. M. Ramsey Alachua, best bushel NOW Tl '
plain and impressive manner and Brother Jordan, but from what had of lion oat, |3, THETo
ib* beautiful rltaraliitia work. was' been told him by brother Elk., he J. R. Williams, Alaohoa, best bushelof .

arrltd out In a manner .which, could realised that he was an elegant gentleman velvet. b..ne. |S. ,Ge1: o.:
jiot help but to have been Impressive. of Christian character, and a J. K. Williams, Alschaa largest and

Lodge Marched In Body. community.Mr.man who I..miffed by his lodge and his' bet.display of cotton. Diploma and BARGAIN IN A WAT. ') '

Member of the lodge, with, a few Harry Unwell treated the adiencei .. $100.W.. O. Mixon, Alschua, best bushelof : ,

irultlnjj Elki, assembled at the/lodge to a snip, which, was' followed I peanuts $3.*' I have 4 Standard Railroad" Watch,'
om a few moments before 8 o'clock. b y piano and violin music by Mrs. W. .at. Butch' Alaabn, best half.

tram whence they marched by |wos to Becker and Misses Hampton and Rich dozen pampkitt, d.Cepartment. that have been used n short :time tfc"
|h* Tabernacle. Beats had been re. ards. ..

pmed iOG for the Elk In the center sea After the long, "Lead Kindly L. P. Prescott Alaeboa E. best two I will i Boll!! Cheap fir Gash. ''Write!
i, forward tothee they marched '
Knottier
Light there war brief !odg >
dozen stalks of '
sorghum cane, |3. \
ding on either aide of the sltle.rb service, the Doxology and the bene. once. ..
.r* were nearly a hundred Inline. diction. Department I. ('

[eluding' the officers, which made a It was regretted that Esteemed Lee Smith A Johnson AUchu.bet' bale "

pod ihowlog. The oOIcers of the luring Knight n.... Francis It. Craigilll of tie* Island cotton,$2S.. H. C.
edge! advanced to the rostrum and who Is quite III, was' unable to be J. A. Maulsby, A.aeh.. ... bf.., .ten STEVENHIGH
ere Mated in regular order. Exalted with his brother. at this meeting. talks Ba bland cotton,$b. ,
tier Chubb the presiding officer, In Daring his 'Invocation at the openlpg It W. Small AUchus. bet bale of I FL.A.B '
he center. with lion. Matthew U. of the cession Chaplain Rogers took short staple cotton, $25.J. : I SPRINGS I .

">IuFrlane of Tampa, who, wa to de. occasion! to refer. to his Illness. and O. Dampier, Alachna, best ten MeMS-- eaBHSBBHMSBBMBBaaBM.- .--BBBBBMBBBBeMBBBBBBSMSaSBBBBBMBeHSBBM-. --- .. .. ... .. .. ... .
i I'er' the memorial address. at his asked Ood's bleating upon him, his stalks of short staple cotton, |5.
,bt, t family and hi. church.In Department L. k

The ExsrcUss. all, the memorial service of Spring; Park Farm Alsehos. best WE ARE REA
Tb* extrcUet were opened with a Gainesville Lodge No. P00. D. P. O. E.. balfdosen FIorida.eiired hams, $10
I** appropriate "remarks by the ex. wa' as successful as It wa Impressive Spring Park Farm, Ataehoa. beet s

lied roler after which the audience and the lodge made many new talf-dostn strips' Florida.eored bacon,
*M treated to a selection on the friends. -....--"..-.-.. -= TO FILL YOUR i'
p':aDO violin ___________? $10. -- ..- -- .-- ',
and by Mr*. Decker and Spring; Park Farm Alsshos, beetFlorIJa
Cities Hampton and Richard After A Western Wonder. > "

I ,bon rltualUtlo ledge service, con.ia There'. a Hill at Howl,Tex, that'. b.Department Z. :

:dee ella l.la. Eev. 8. B. Rogers. 1t;. L. Hill, who from a weight of 00 O. C. Prdrlek, Alaehaa bt display ,
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Mr., J F McKinslry.Jr.. rendered a pounds baa grown to over ISO. ne says t of Florida-made bargle and carriages.Xploma .
satlfol and touching tote ."Shall '.I Buffered with a terrible cough and [ sad $39

Forgotten Mr*. MeKlnctry I I. doctor gave me up to dl. of eaasnmp- Asthma Sufferer" Should Know Thaa.Vol. .| ------ FOR-
postered of a sweet, mellow voice. lion. I was rf'dace4.". M pxtands<< ,
.4 her vocal work I I. always appr*. when I began taking lKlog'e New .,'. Honey and Tar ha eared
MEN'S WOMEN'S AND CHILDREN'SFALL
iaa.ct by GalaeTlll people. Discovery for Contemptlou. Cough many case of asthma that were considered ,
Tb* fcymo. "Nearer, My God. to and Colds. Now after taking 12 bot. : bopteee/ af r*. Adolph Bue..
*.," than doubled Inwelcht lag 701 West Third St.. Davenport
which I* on. of the ode of therd.r II. I have more
> '* Iowa, writes. MA sever cold eontraeted WINTER
and am eonapletety' eared.
-ae the next on the program. and
to was rendered nary sore eoogh and cold eure. Guaranteed twelve yesresgo was ".....t...
by the excellent
hat ir by all druggist. boo sad II. until It fleally grew llo asthma, Tbe
whfeh kindly WohIGle.,..! It* Trial bottle free.BOARD .
hl medleal klll. available oeld net
Mi"ane.. In which the lodge and
[I lid M.... Joined. give_ me more taasi. temporary relief Clothing Hats and
Lt"med I Or CONTROL. r...''. lloaey sad Tar was r.**.. ,
OUk Leading Knight Robert Edelivered .I MiR needed and o*>. afl'...., bottle .*.
beautiful. and most Regular .: Was Meld In
tlrely etired me of Mtaosa wakn bad '
.'aeklag'
ealogle upon the live. of This City MoeMUy
3rtKkf bn gr*.l" e* me for twelve. years.If .
| B. F. Jordan and Walter .. Furnishings.
rtfe of "
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r The regular monthly m *
JWb..... I had tafcesr It ."N tar, I weebiaave
.members of Gainesvillewko thiscity
e State Board of Control waaheli fa been saved yr .f safferieg." .
bad passed Into the - 4-
'-1"__ mye- )food.,. J. '. )..CclU..A O*.
=e realm beyond. His remark A membership'. wa |.......f. with _.... -
std e.ep .well eouehed and appropriate. Pre.ident N. P. Dry** in *'". eJl..l,. In Ilse May.ss c.wrt. WE CARRY EVERYTHInG READ't-TO-WEAR.
1 r. listened JJtb the deepest There was nothing Np** ., later- .. "
-- :'c.L. The foU.wtag e.**4 were dteaed of --
1.Il.ai. eel ,,...pirta the roc..U.C. beleg I. lb. sasyot"e.vart M.e4*y .e mff i \ ,
Brown af Vlrglata. who of a regelar re.tie.. Sines Clark, d**rdrly ...eds.fso&ad.eetsl ... Two or more styles( of say garments will be lent on approval far f
Me* a n....Ut...,roiOe.readered ., .d IW..r4.. tJM .
K. *. Walter a .
{ K" ,* Tamer. 8.htUa >
a f w: .......". "n, Will BeD* ..- Uaivertit ar hl...M, were | reeti leltellon. Write (utnptes; aDd prfces.i .
e"a: : vs ? .1 *. I W aa4e.*Mi Henry XHvto (el.or.e ,.. .
*. Levee* fattowed of by 'k hymn the ....U... /). .p..... $lOsed eau.L. -- --
My 8l. .,
Hen. M. B. MecF.le4 ......... /Mess I .; Teem- FtctIC.- i

>: Baler Chvth laj a few .. Every freest. .a..M ka..that Rind< rrl' .e*.y year W I.. ...... el "B. H LEVY BRO. & CO.
,.... .
eI1Is+a cad brash ta la p.*lh>I< If 1M are i ,
approprbs. .....u F.13.. T.aa., fe'gat .***. ....nh. 1ewill. ,
.t> n... MatUkw B. ) .. la'1 d.rsogvd.oij*. Kidney tier will I. ..tn... ...u.c sad *.ee. *>..* SAVANNAH
|7 tl *..>.... *..t exalted rakedf ,... .,. ..r*. kidney sod W44er disease. ...a.vary ...... soy .,... we fearful. till 1 l e- G-A
| C.t 3taer.'taab..hI..U.e., . ferso* and will fcoJM .* *.4 pa.pyJyl.g )ll.dJ..r" Angles. ll.1v.otk.o .. . . d .... '." ;
w rJ eaasome 't... peel tJf Tampa. C. as'erextthest it..rgaa. a U.y wltJ: M *.rf.*.. rile ceased eke
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&t-- .aeO.R.. Ga4 .kgt.n.l speaks. a.razmlepe.e iaa.edl pedants aJa.Ernst'trfeslesr ..........dets. Of..vlr dIf ....Xe...! ear ...oe said ...woe so 4lsapyrst, ertise in THE SUN '
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,!. JAINESVICLE, FLORIDA, DECEMBER\ 0, IDUfi.. 0' ';' ',,:', .

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., a NT'S 'MESSAGE I government." Not only should c ne recognlze come tax. stands oa an entirely different mines or of engineering Is now universally ttMllUr1' for- farmers/ Such a morn----

this obligation lu the way be lends footing from an Inheritance tax. acknowledged, and no less n* the grange movement Is b
his dally life and In the way be earns because it Involves. no question of the far reaching Is tbe effect" of a good Itself and Is capable of a well JOod

s 1 ed from Page Seven). and spends his money, but it should perpetuation of fortuqes swollen to an building or mechanical trades school a Infinite further extension for goal IId1!

0'1't also be recognized<< by the way In unhealthy ljce. Tbe question Is In It* textile or watchmaking or engraving long as It I..Tcept to Its own leltllDalt: .
our present laws should which be pays for tbe protection the essence a question of the proper adjustment school. All such training must develop business. Tbe benefits to be dedret

Iwrabl nations Instead of state gives hIm. On the one hand It of burdens to benefits As not only manual dexterity' but indus- by the association of farmers for
ttnlnatlug' 'between those* Is desirable that he should assume his the law now stands It b undoubtedly trial Intelligence. In International rivalry tual advantage are partly economfc IDs

v, >,,which do ,good and those full and proper share of the burden ot difficult to devise a national; income tax this country does not have to and partly'sociological..

a. .*.. "dcb'd evil.Instance taxation; on the other band., It is quite which shall be constitutional. But fear the, competition of pauper labor as' Agricultural Education.
: are as often ns necessary that in this kind of taxation whether It Is absolutely impossible is much as It has to fear the educated Moreover, while In the
inrq of big shippers (as where the men who vote tbe tax another question and if possible! It Is labor of specially trained competitors.and nntary effort will long run Y 01-
.' the Investigation of tha but little of it, there should be most certainly desirable. The first we should have tbe education of dons than prove more effl-

,compan'nUd as has been pay r recognition of the danger of Inaugurating purely l income tax law was passed by the band, eye and brain which will fit while the farmers government ass'sttnm: ,
:, b7 the 'investigation of any such system nave in a the congress in 18O1. but the most im us to meet such) competition! most for tbejuselves must primarily &
..,sugar trusts) as to the spirit of entire justice and moderation. portant law dealing with the subjectwas In every possible way we should help ment do yet tbe goner*
u; If r railroads. Often rail. Whenever we AS a people undertake to that of ISOL This the court held the wagew iwker who( tolls with his ment can of agriculture\also much.has The depart,

+. Mr to combine for the remodel bur taxation'..,-stm along the to be unconstitutional. hands and who must-we hope in a In broken oar
t venting a ',big shipper lines suggested, we must make It clear The question Is undoubtedly very Intricate constantly Increasing measure-also toll ground many directions andby rear
It finds
bow It
.Ing Improper advantages beyond peradventure that our aim Is to delicate and troublesome. The with his brain. Under the constitution year can ImproT h
aY: y '.Of; small shippers and distribute ,the burden of supporting the decision of the court was only reachedby tbe national legislature. can do but little methods and develop fresh usefulness
Its
constant effort is
i public. Such a com binsf government more equitably than at one majority. It Is the law of the i of direct Importance for his welfare to Rive the COT
f:.f being forbidden by : present! that. we intend t? treat rich land and of course Is accepted as such I save where be l I. engaged; In work ernmental assistance in tbe most eff.
: favored. In other words, i man and poor man on a basis of absolute antll01'allyobeyed by all good citizens. which permits It to act under the In- tire w.1'-that is. through association
of farmers rather than
to
r emitted railroads to equality and that we regard It a* Nevertheless tho hesitation evidently terstate commerce clause of the constitution or throog
p nts provided these agreeaanctloned equally fatal to true democracy to ' w by the inter permit Injustice to tbe one as to door tea conclusion when considered to I so earnestly hope that both the legislative Ing to co-ordinate Its work with tilt
ce commission and wero permit injustice to the other. gether with tbe previous decisions on and Judicial branches of tbe agricultural departments of tie in
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r .itlstb..b two condition. I am well aware that such a subjectas the subject may perbrfps Indicate tbe government will construe this clauseof era I states and so far as Its own ..ort

,alt ts ,Impossible to see this needs long and careful study In possibility of devising a constitutional the constitution In the broadest pos Is educational to co-ordinate It win
-'a oomblnatlon could order that the people may become familiar Income tax: law which shall substantially sible manner. We can however. In the work of other educational auttxr
at Ise ge. It is a public with what Is proposed to bo accomplish the results aimed at. such a matter ns Industrial training. In I Itics. Agricultural education Is neat!

the statute books a law done may clearly Bee the necessity of The difficulty of amending the constitution such a matter H' child labor and factory sartly based upon general education

011 I 'enforcement., because proceeding with wisdom and self restraint I Is so great that only real necessity laws, set an example to tbe states I but our agricultural educational Initt

". ad Juris realize that itsilawt and may make up their minds can Justify a resort thereto. Every by erecting the most ndvMuced, legislation tutlons are wisely specializing then
would. destroy the just bow far they are willing to go In effort should be made In
k !..the 'cosrtry>' for the result tbe matter, while only trained legislators : this subject as with the subject of tbo tbo District of Columbia. the actual teacblng of the agricultural

: decent railroad 'men viola can work out the project lu proper control by the national government and kindred sciences to ,"OUDouulrJ/
law against their will and necessary detail lint I feel that lu the over the use of corporate wealth people or young city people who wls.. :

>rcmlutn on tbe behavior of near future our national legislators In Interstate y yaction legislation FARMING A PROFESSION. to live In the country.
IY>' 1 'wrongdoer. Such a result I should enact a law providing for a wblclM HIPKcb action shall Great progress baa already brenmadi

ar nch to throw tbe decent man graduated inheritance tax by which a attain the deslN ad. but It this falls among farmers by tbe creation of farm
t ,;willful wrongdoer close as.9ctu I steadily: Increasing rate of duty should tf ere will ultimately. be no alternative Agriculture Must Have Chance to Develop era' institutes of dairy association!. of

and In the end to drag down be put upon all moneys or other valuables to a constitutional amendment. Property. breeders associations, horticultural usoclatlons -

>rmer to the latter4 level, for the coming by gift bequest or devise Technical and Industrial Training. The only other persons whose welfare and the like. A strlklnca.

rbo becomes a lawbreaker In one 'to any Individual or corporation.It It would be Impossible to overstate Is aa vital to tbe welfare of tbe able of bow the government and tin
>bapplly tends to lose all respect may be well to make the tax heavyIn though It Is of course difficult quantitatively wbole country as Is the welfare of tbe farmers call co-operate Is shown n
: and to be willing' to break it in proportion a* tbe Individual benefited to measure thorefTect upon a n.tlon' . I wngeworkers are the tillers of the soil connection wL h'the menace offered II
V _ys/, No I more scathing condem- Is remote of kin. In any event. In growth to greatness' of what tbe farmers. It Is a mere truism to the cotton growers of tbe soutbea
V uM be visited upon a law my judgment the pro rata of the tax be called organized patriotism which may say that no growth of cities, no growthof states by the advance of the boll wtvlL

r + atalned to the words of' the should Increase very heavily with tbe necessarily Include,th. substitution of wealth no industrial development. The department Is doing all It

commerce commission when Increase of the amount left to any one a national feeling for mere local pride can at9"8 for any falling off 'In tbe can to organize the farmers In the
-" tins upon the fact that the Individual after a ,certain point has with as a resultant a high ambition for character and standing of tbe farming; threatened districts, just as It bu
joint traffic associations do been reached. It Is most desirable' to been
the whole population. During the last few decade doing all It can to organize hem
countryNo develop
w., 7 violate ,the law. they say: encourage thrift and ambition and a Its full country can this fact has been recognized In aid of Its work! to eradicate to
Islon' of the United State an potent source of thrift and ambition which ,strength so long as the with ever Increasing clearness ThereIs cattle fever tick In the south. Tbe department

'court*' In the ,rransratasourt) cane Is the desire on the part of the breadwinner parts make of up the whole each no longer any failure to realize that can and will co-operate will

tThe'1 Joint: Traffic Association case to leave his children well off. put above a feeling the loyalty to the part farming, at least In certain branches all such associations, and It must bin
rt ) lucfrd no practical effect upon This object can be attained by making feeling of Iqyalty to thewhole. must become a technical and' scientific their help If Its own work Is to bt
ill operations of the tbe tax very small on moderate amountsof This la true of sections, and It This I done
way country I. profession. means that there In the most efficient style.
Just as true of classes. The Industrial
\ associations, in fnct. exist now property left because the prim object : must be open to farmers tbe chance
I and agricultural classes must ,I Irrigation and Forest Pr...rv, ti.i".,
did before .tbr"o decisionsand. should be to put a constantly In* for technical and scientific training not
I work together and Much Is for C>*
capitalists done
burden the Inheritance of wsgo- now being
creasing on
same general effect. In Jus- theoretical merely but of the most severely
all parties we ought probably thos swollen fortunes which it Is certainly workers must work together. It the practical type. Tbe farmer represents states of the Rocky mountain ant

that. ,it Is difficult to MG bout oulrto of no benefit to this country to best work of which tbe country Is capable a peculiarly high type of American great plains through the developoMSt
perpetuate. Is to be done. It la probable of the national policy of Irrigation"
railways could be operated citizenship and he must have the
''due regard to tbe interest of the Ethical Propriety Unquestioned. that a thoroughly efficient system of same chance to rise and develop as forest preservation. No government
education next to policy ror"the betterment of liter
comes the influence our
br and 'tbe.rail way without con. other American citizens have. Moreover
." There can be'no question of tbe ethical of patriotism In bringing about national sal conditions has been more froitrt
HIM action of the kind afforded' it Is exactly as true of the farmer
propriety of tho government thus of good than of oV
The forests
success of this kind. Our federal this.
r 'Ill's' ugtt these associations as.lt Is of the business man and thewageworker
the conditions which '
% determining upon form of government so fruitful of advantage White mountains and southern Appalachian
This means thsfthe law as construed that the ultimate success
any gift or InberltancejUhould be re- Iw.. r
to In regions should also pre
by ,the supreme court loch that the ceived. Tar our people certain ways of the nation of which b* forma a part
how tb. inberRance
Exactly ed. and cannot be unless the FKpie
In they
other
ways undoubtedly limits our
business of the country cannot be conducted must b* founded not alone on material
tax would as an Incident bav national ffctlvnes. of the states I imp which they Ba
without breaking It. I recommend prosperity but upon high moral mental -
the effect of limiting the transmissionby oe
It 1. not possible for Instance, forth and through their representative Is
that give careful and early physical development This
you
V r'' national government to take the education congress secure vigorous
It of the farmer elf
consideration to this subject and. education -
.. It Is
la not at
question necessary national
you find the opinion of the Interstate present to discuss. It.. wls that lead In technical industrial education by preference,. but also education government.Mm .
4 commerce commission Justified, that progress In this direction should' be to *e* that the public school system of from the outside as with all other ,rlal. Amphitheater at Arii 'l***

you amend the law so as to obviate the gradual. At first a permanent national this country develop on all its technical mn-Is peculiarly necessary her la I invite the attention of the eoitua

vtl disclosed. _ Inheritance' tax while It might industrial scientific and commercial the United Stats. where the frontier to the estimate of the secretary of **
be more substantial than any such tax ) side*. This must be left primarily conditions even In the newest state i for an appropriation to enable blv It
to the several state Nvrthel > have now nearly vanished when begin the preliminary work for tfNee
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INCOME TAX, DISCUSSED. baa hitherto bn, nd not approximate : I
; *** the national government baa there must be a substitution of a more strnctlonof a memorial emphlthesatsrsArlington
either tn amount or in the extent
r of the Increase graduation, to control of the schools of the-District of Intensive system of cultivation for the The Grand Army of its tjmblic "'

Both This. and ....crl-tuc. Tax Stronfly what such a tax should ultimately be. Columbia and It should se* tbat the- old wasteful farm management and In Its nation .mpmd& M
Advocated. This specie of tax baa again and schools promote and encourage the where then most be a better business urged the erection of such aD ass *
Fullest' development of the scholars tn organisation the theater *''
among farmers them as necessary for tb* prop
Tbe taxation again been Imposed although only: .
question of is d IBS cult a p
selves
both commercial and Industrial tramIng. eirvanc of Memorial: day and as
yin any country but It Is especially difficult temporarily by the national govern.ment. :*'
Th commercial training should Several factors must co-op*rat* In ting monument to th* soldier aid .*
In ours with Its federal system of It was first Imposed by the act tn ODe of Its branch deal with foreign th* Improvement of the' farmer's dead: burled ther. In this I beartfr
e 'government Rome taxes should on evry of July: "* ground be levIed la a small dls- constitution were alive and at the bead more Important It should be one of to be educated. In the widest possible favorable consideration of tfc* **,

.trlct for use la that district Thus! the of affair. It was a graduated tax our prim objects as a nation *o far **n**-ta the souse which keep ever

taxation of real ,estate is peculiarly Though mall tn amount the fat wasncreased a* """bIe. constantly' to work toward In clew tact intimate rvUtiooahip b*>

One for the immediate locality in which with O* amount left to any I putting th* mechanic, the ........worll..r tweea the theory of education and the DIVORCE.TUa '!
the. real estate is found. Agape there Individual exceptions being mad. la I who works with hi* hands, on a facts of tif.. ID.U education wabouU MARRIAGE AND
.. no'more legitimate tax: for any state the case of certain close kin A slm higher plan. of efficiency and reward' widen our alms II" a good -

'than a tax on tha' e franchises conferred" liar tax was again Imposed by the act so aa to increase' his effectiveness' la thing to produce a certain number of Wa*{* Qaotlaa SbaU ec trP

by that state upon street railroads and of July 1. 18C2. a minimum sum of the coooml wprKI and th* dignity: trained scholar and students.. but the 'fated by Crrt-
7 ataftllar corporations which operate 9I.OOO In personal property being a x- th rsamneratioo and the power of his education superintended- by the stats : g II
++ wholly within tb* state boundaries espied' from taxation, the tax then becoming position la the social workL UnforimatIy. must seek rather to produce a hundred I am wen aware of bo "' clm.--=
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'several municipalities or other minor of kin Th war Tvnn of the work la the public! school Is to It most b* turned now and then Nevertheless, to my JuJge=. "*
HftJvlslons of the state, Ttut there are act of Jon IX 19tbS. provided for aa th* exactly<< epposlt. direction. If boy from the class book to th. study' of Ute whole question *f marrUx ar-U T
V many kinds of taxes which can only Inheritance tax oa any sum exceeding aDd gtrU an trained merely ha literaryaccooir4lshm greet book of natters I tMlt.nata. ts should be relegated tn the aatSrtb Qt'

b.a levied by the general government so I the nine of '10J)0be rate of th* : *..ts to th* total xr.nKH I especially tree of the faroMr. a* has national congressv. At preset .
.. to produce the best r*.ult... becan, tax Increasing both la accordance with of tndtrttrial manual and technical been $e stsd oat again aad again by wide difference tn the laws' .t" ... .
among other reason tbe attempt to the amounts left and la accordance' training th* tendeocy I* to unfitthem t all observers most competent t* pas frat states on this subjec : -'- .

impose them tn on* particular state too with the gatra'a' remoteness of kin. for Industrial: work sod to make thorn rrarttcsl judgment *. Uk* problem of scandals and abuses, and sere Of
often remits merely In driving the Th. supreme" court baa held that the reluctant to. CO late It or unfitted to dowU : our country Ufa AH students now U nothlag so hairy eeo'f..1. f
corporation or individual affected to occioa tax Imposed at the tim of if they do go tato It Tula Is a ......* that edacaUcn must aek to wlfar of they nation aotb... 8; :;.,

some other locality or other states Tb the civil war wa.tN a direct tax bat tendency whlrfe *h* M b strestosotty train tb* *xe. tlv* powers of yomgrT '! 1 to which ties: nation bonld s *-- .
threw s
national government has long; derivedits an Impost or excise which was both cooibated. Our Industrial develop [ .. and b confer sere rJ tlgaiw i every safeguard ',,
chief revenue from a tariff on Imports j constitutional aixt valid. )lore recently meat depends tsrrety oleos tvrhairal .' -*.e.. apes th* phrase dignity"' of ttf. of the av.eir.> etttoenwo -a:
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and from an Internal or excise.. tb* court. tn an opinion deliver byMr. f'dace' t...... taxtodmc ta this term aJJ i> li 4M* t. tirvpar th* pupils a* U b* good from every r3 I.,;'

tax. Xa addition to these, tber .. *v I I JiMtic: Whit, which contained aa Industrial 4IdllCtlt..... from that walrh. thai us. .4... the t* each drv* *ptm* te tn' particular *t wald tbs b* .
''f11t7 reason why T'tN> next our .,... exceedingly abt* and elaborate U cc* dglom i. fits a man to b* a gems n *raa.te a the highest degree Ida tadmdaal ea- wwoJd confer so
tem of taxafoa ts reTUed, the national of the power of the congress t* I, good crpo er ar bal a, to that fee' .'3 re .w ot they may taetar tee wer at SJCMV !$ sheen ro.. ?
e :
UJao&
.. ratty
government should Impose a graduatedlaheritaao Impose death: daitaa smutmed: the watch tits a man to da th* greatest" .. he c s'o a "',& .1 pab3c e*+d&eo an4w :". .ri des. ...-- w
tax .b t If pestt, a graduated I conuttntVoitality .f th* loar"t ce tax; I H 1 sttoeettft fat The sk'Trd mctialst.M . :.a-J' wt-e eectat aa4 ensc'eror'e w .
l"
r ; aaed &Y.rrn e- '
taeea tax Tfe man of newt I, feature of the war rereaw. act Ot I'OilfJa . ttIIIIIt at.kai' nut ewe* teeeese CJIirsa.-:: ...... **. h. err-s'tlaee -at. 'e rer .... r I.

rwtnaUh owe* petullar obttfljfttteMk' toI l .. t..ql fta 4e .. e+rrrts terry t a stale Ibaaeln eer ........, ,
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::;::- 6MNESYILLEpeemnet DEATH. OF SENATOR CARTER.A .

I PROMINENT HOSPITALS SAY \
grt'tu Yto
tritC dispatch from Dronon The

11m.. Onion **)I.: ==

--- O.\DeST. "... **wA'.." :\n 11'.... of nereriJ I months'
11. 1005.{ St
.."'"'" ... peace Aot 01 tbuatrial duret PE R
.._rmll! 'S. tlf'la.t.er. ,' uD i
rre-" Senator from the. Tw 'ntT-flr-t e* i>a-

:::: Thul'da'at tonal di trict' %nd one o( tb. moat
Monday 4
)Every prominent men !its,vhe bum* end conn.
fialaeKTille!, Florida tydledathist..mein. Levy villa 8u. IN ALL CATARRHAL D,15d

uj g rj 3 M( ca ARY. Bdltorand Publ'r. '"The death, of -tRrttumr i Carer wa -- .
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etrjrcte| <) aa hi. irnfuliilon hM b".'uwfthnikt f } \.. t ,
-' Ti-; or StrBSCBirriowtfie hop, tat.irr.l wetfs. H<* .' ';i. 'Y:;:..
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; ",Twtee-a.\"e-' evji. tl a'year ; six was surrounded by b4i family wben the r S

eoths. BOc ; single copies. Bo.ADvxRTiBixo cod came all nf whom had been doe
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KATXS I voted In their attentions\ to him dnr- : _

advertisements, 15 cents a line Inr his illness."Senator i __

lorlhe first and 10 cent for each addintj Carter ws 73 year of ace J _
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insertion and a native or UUsisslppI lie oervcd \\OJ .

DtoUyed adrertitementa for three with distinction in the qoiif..d.Tnt"
months at, special fates.Prices I
12
'I and army He has been n ?e.Ment uf L.-vy
furnished upon application.v __ .
.rnaee and Death notices inserted county tor thirty-rive..; jeArv. ', and had

'toaries... 5 cents a line. always been identified *.Hh the b-st
-r'ee
x Interests. and o apbulldfiig of- th, county

Oua OLUBBfNO Lta'!'. y'9 lltt. had served as county commissioner

WeekV and treasurer and was
[ Elan and the Thrice- county
tM( V ) World one year . . ._$1 85f ..elected Slate Senator 'in 1901, ends i

its f F:in and the Atlanta (Ga.) .rred with credj.1 an.it ability' to his I
Weekly Constitution one year. 1 75 county and State at"tbe last session of
and the Atlanta (Ga.)
the Sun !
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the
g mi>Weekly Journal one year. 1 60 Legislature
the! Hun and the Semi-Weekly "H** death has east a' gloom over

m a rnon oge,...,year. . . . 1 BO the entire county, and he will' be sore I
ly I roi',ed. i Ii

1rWe will not accept Mtamps of' a I t-IIe was A consistent member of the
rdenominationthan cents. II i
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Isr Baptist church and a Mason nf hfgh

.,,,n'J"IR. % I
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THE PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE. "The funern' tack place Sunday *f I

thence at 1 o'clock/ thwlnterment b.- t '1 9TB119 OR THt 03000 SNIiPN6t1D, MONT/IIAt.
The Sun today present. to,..lt're.d.. Ing In tan family burying ground tin
tn Prudent Roosevelt's*menace In Levy rill*. i HOSPITALS ALL 0>TR THE,CONTINENT FIND rE-RU-NAVALUAnfU IN TKE1T1NG ALL CATARlRNdf
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in en'irety, .read In Congress 'Tuesday . "S..ni tor Carter survived by a wife, t 'ATAnIUt cft.h.re.plr.'oryorgan. ."ont,..'. AV>v r. /90J. Before the treatro

tfternoou It !' certainly, tnflleirnt Ore sons., Melt r.. VV. I'. and N R. Oaf1** kj- '. a common ailment In Canada for n'. found lerun m fell la *"".""* walk for*quarter of,a.i. : ''

In length to cover"every question. trr.Ir.. of Q.in-svUln. Judge',Lntnar taVleast two thirds of the year. cases.We. experiencing' much fU
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In which the American people are at a. Carter of'1\Ia0. John I*, and Graham . This condition I. no doubt caused by very can thankful.y ft it a rood tonk" weare walk a mil easily. .;
the time Interested and this the long severe winters' experienced In Through the.* tbreePto
present Cnr ervof this county ; one daugh Sitter* of the Good Sh pberd.
ij done! in detail.. _ ter, Mr. O. 8. Clyatt of Julsnn, and this part of the continent. When catarrh once fastens ....tt.apan make of known to the',
flcisncy
It will be seen that the PreslJent is a brother Judge Ryd L Carter ofOalneeville Therefore, when reruns was discovered the system It become an obstinate dls. Hospital your 81.remedy Job

with the Democrats In advocating cone ) who have the sympathy by Canadian people to be a reliable cue to eradicate. J r

trot of eomblnatl| n..of capital, aq In- of hundreds of friends In their sad beerearmenl. remedy tot these catarrhal dls A.f.tamloremedy-one that nachos A later latter T.oetysi
." eases, It at once became a popular medicine every Internal organ of the body-Is an
| come tax, and free trade with Le institution rad M rot<
not Individual and
only among absolute necessity.reruns .
Philippines In families, but In the great hoepltals, Is last such a remedy. Itsearches '*Thr.e wet kmyou isgrr.
The menage: 1'q too rolominoas to SAIAUEL SPENCER? how sat,
where It was n.ed.. a preventative and out the cause of the disease, Pervnlll. 1 SPe
admit ot reference in detail at this rircoagolds
relief In hundreds of cases. beating and strengthening the mucous
Rp.nner coughs. catsret.di
time. n'ead" aDd diflaeet It for your- Samuel devf nnd. the These Institutions do net hesitate to membranes, and thus giving Nature an "1 have used li myself nt

islf whole South will feel his l loss. The give their endorsement of the remedy opportunity to perform her part of the th. beet ...roaulu taken a. {

---- 1 important railway system which he which has been Dr E If Rellards, Professor of Geloey had done so much to build up reaches of theirpoor and sick. One of the many hospitals which reruns not only plum

in the State University' of ,FloriJ Into every Southern State east of the Among these Institutions la that of have found 1'.ronaor value In treatingold cough and cold. In their

", Is preparing a report on thflt work Mi..sUlppi' river as well a*Into threw the HI.to... ot Good Shepherd, who gave and obstinate ease of catarrh I. the but .. equally prompt and Fe

h did for the United Stales Geological: great States beyond these hints, and the following endorsement Hospital St. John who write, as catarrhal dle.... In the Cbf..W

I Survey daring his recent summer vaettinn Jt In each one a strong If not the The Peru tut Company follows t Of course. It I. only tea M'.uppos.
'We are happy to tell that your that a>great deal Je ?
you
Ills special enbje! of Investigation strongest itgenrv; for development. Of Columbus, Oh1 .
Peruna ha l'.lua..UalwUoa, Three will be necessary! to cure a ell
this Immense faring utedPerunm for the pail few
wat"3ewerace Disposal Through sjs'etn Mr. Spencer wsstliemaster
have tried 11 08 \old catarrh than would be r
I patients hone years' ,
months for ouf+ltrlt and poor w# ra
Deep Borings.; Ills report will cone mind. lls was its presl- relieve the alluinnt after It ,.
happy to **j that It A*.f/rf/i urn great Itcnoni Dupuis,affllotmt with catarrh
talc some Interesting and ,.aluable.n. dent not bee u.M of wealth or pull! or I tlfmctton. much ..relieved more than lie baa been lowed to '*-'Om. chronic.Direction o

formation. ___________ favoritism but because the-stockhold-! The SJmtcr of the OoottShtphtnf.AugvtJV for a number of years. *.for taking the
era thought be wa the best man they ,..,I9OJ. MoatnmLAf "A ,younjr'''', Itytmrt old has ma b* found on each battle,
J G Rawlings (better known as Old could get for the tositlon. and his. I let a cottVlnned ose of the remedy, ob.tlnafe sough: which ball a bottle ot llartnian book,.. called *
Kin rawllofts) and his negro aeconiw management of the vast Interests this Institution has found no reason to l'enrna caused 10 disappear. 14t which can IMS obtain'drnttgl.t -
.
far the aoklOtf.Ilartmsn. .
Alf Moore, were hanged<< at Val tided to hi* char < showed that change good opinion of the remedyand "As to mylf. two bottle have convinced For .poelsl tn.uet1olUt W

[ cleft. Oa. Tuesday. for the brntalI estlmnt of him was not two high o"n'j exprnesf Its satisfaction In the following m. that 1'sruna, J* magnificent l'rr.tii"n 1.' th....

I mor<*f>r of the Carter .child,..", The In enumerating the SouthV : t rmc >,a. a tonic hanltartuiu' ..Coluhibu.Ob.lo.'

raM. f&t( well known to newspaperrrtders men in the 1 fleldsof business, the I Ask Your Druirirfst for Ii' uu IVrmm Alinauat1$ (for 1907. :.,.t tc. '; ' ; :
to require' review. Safllee tour of Samuel Spencer moat be placed .: ., : ,, ; \

that long delayed Justice has at 4,.,. No other Southern man ever _______-- ______ .-__ ;_- ...:;:-'. --" -'.-- -- -- -- -- -, -

tat been meted oat to two most bru- managed such east Interests, or heldIn there are many of her "I".'... who

cal murderers who should hare paid the business world as Important a bare. the opinion of this. writer '

the death penalty' long ego. ponflion. No other malt ever eoutrlb- when lie" tries .o discredit' the patrlotlA REMOVAL SALE

oted aa much to the business life and cit+N+Kvhip fit Oslntrsrllle.The .

Dr David. Y. Thomas. Professor of the development of the South and rjnlver.|iy of Florid. b.loncs - .----.---

History and Political Science In the when w. remember the fact that be tn the whole! Stst and It Is Lake
In order to ,."n.. stark havleg been farted to vacate our Bra*****?
State University, la giving a course 'In climbed to his high place nnassisted. OU,'. duty as well ss that of I'..n- on .January 1, w. wish t 4 r 0er our ..tlr. sleek of IMPORTED OM

Argumentation and debate which fs by the accidental advantages that help envoi and every other town to do OUT C1LAS: at greatly minted Vl.*. .
Coding favor with the students. Intermin so many, and that he> maintained him. all In Us newer tn build up tb* In- .

the work of the literary *oty self *o successfully In his position wft slllutfnn-at Oaloeevllle and make At the sm time w. will nffsrr ojr .nir. sad new stock of V'\VtQ' ItOIiDAY ;

*' has been quickened and the de. mast Class! him among the Sooth'. It ens that all Florida' east be JOOD4 at |*rl 1... that will b* to your advantage. t

bating society Is now !In a flourishing men. prtrnd ol.-r.n..ol. Journal.
greatest \V. bare She largest sad beet .selected k In Central' KlaHda of IUOIMMTOYl "
oadltioo. The Clara meets the inattuelor Mr. wa born In' Columbus ,>
Spencer. Thanks, Urn Mayes, for your kind >. HTATIONAHV. PIlKi INO AND TOILKF HBW. POUVK.NIllff. ?Q.!ITAI.
twice a week an4 regular ... of hit kindredstitreside.
work many word.. Tb. article. yoa refer to es. ...AND IOSf GAUD AXBUMtf, aM other fsasy .)"....... ?
'fa the
literary society counts one He wee a gallant Confederate '
lour, shouldering musket .ap4t4! our ....nt.un. The people of We are hesdqosrters for )Pipe' sad H....okrs* Articles. r"M
soldier a
Olnevllle. ""...... have long *!*.* Pees
for Vater. . Koanlaln .
tt 8 htInx .A< when aliteen-yesr-old 7.abd ** . 'ffow"
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ceased to nolle ih ,.10.. of sun*
Pat The celebrated ease against Mr. In tb. rank until the .|.... o( th. rv."'.ft,. of f.eke C41y who. I It seems. , Y.3U Will Sere Manly by brier NSW.
convicted in the United States war. Illsesreerl' I. one of which the wilt. never realls thstlhe'gsieetlon. of
cart of fraudulent of the malls intt.praelle.of"kft HU'
use South has reason to be prood. tbs loestlrn 1 of the Ualvrrvity' l ,Is #!- A"J..a.,1 we will befitted' wplaoor' sew q.artr* I is the story .i lift

*ki b +.etal Science" fby borrlbl death wilt cans deep regret tied for. nil time" The "S,t.srotfM ../...' of E..t Liberty and E..t )fa... str.... CVI-DAlVtf !BTAMO! whips. w*
she pretended to beat .* b bad .. '
penor.St throughout the land serve* referred to .Is jasl one mile from lk. s.,Ult a ..N tla.a*.* of y.Kir liberal t..,....*.
soy kind of disease.. no matter faithfully In war and .,..*...-Tl.t ..*
.
limits of
......b. e..t..1 tv eorpn/ale y....,. ,.p'retf.lly
America r
Euntfft
they were In or ,
Value _____ _
__ __ Oslnesrllle. at tb. lermlnslof, tb. best
has .. ... .,
last settledby
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th. pay meat of the fine of .. STILL KICKING.tn pad street she of ay*lie> .stead..* ....!.e l..d a bf InElteWs.ed A. L. VIDAL & CO.

1SOp sad solemn agreement to never she Joist bused. after s tbo". .* *sh ejprem' ,
talr make os. of the malls la eon a reeent so.of Tb La*. smiaetlee
._tig such buine... )I re. Post Is City It.dex. a writer, la, dlstos. C fee Ifttt. west ref for pr...... dill .-, '''- . -_._ _._. -- --- ..... .... 'W'.w..... ..,__.. .._.__.. ... ._
" Km'le+ beta all tb. fseiltltes of ..lstrtiIi
years of age and badly broken la .log the rJtate University sad It. ."..,. w.*..r. i..lpo.. ret,.......,....... lsrunty 6. $sewedat-OJaei._ The Hew ?>.m Archer.

k ahb" -bieb largely' floe-need thermlttlnc loeatlon In Osr.esvll. .*)fi ...... )J.,.d trv 'be ffllls. ..e .if n..li>..-. .I..er T a.d L ........, wad T...! Are-.er. !).e. ti *.ll. S ....be .*

}e.rt I. the Jail sentence. -Oeder the H'Ority of ,.... tvr* vibe an pei.4ed tar th. fjsrleersitf derSell.Jester Archer ..... ........ ehis.aw" .sml& I I.
Thiel .K..CIalmcd to !.. able to healers lien of ta. J3lt b ..Hs, real .. ...s .... ... .,.'" sea r........ th.' Jf.. t.,............J-WIIl.'cmJ. ;
? tae little Volt T. tied ItS
elk .eo.anda of mile eb. la V..re..y. .......fbfy .eats. seal. I. *i *,> > report
i'.&>. 10 feel rt tvelf. and ewer I.,slowly ........... lb. Board ref Control ....... st Lekelt.sy. bsi greatb. d lb. Ja.r.ry Its Tt.wr d.r- /its... gr.t4 .e..,...t ;
bei "4 '''l, nearing the end of her' bed Melted the '..Ura.'*** t. tb* !w1 dw.e ..r ftiest'ae ..... W.*tit.*.. ee.nem J...." It $5.4 13. '.11.4.7..' $.' I I fir. 11i.b i. as.l wlf nf tIeId.r srwa

h"" f eareor. > Bst-woods ar Als>.* t wriy. . It xrw'W.. sad wM b vttetvf bt .rd.-I...,. .......... it,. ht* cif J'r. o......., Or IU.,11I4 ...

-- .tn.wber. fear the tto-... --fJ ....... ==: .._ Jeeaar 14 .ed J1'Tw*...' sad ... -" ,.. blaaq pot.o* wall (.

O..na.. a ......... w*"** by wsynf --.r. land c o....y--A late e.is. di.....,.. of itfotysKvl teat File Ikttmk.t .

CotmmOJf *p' r.fiv..i. ilt|..r..ts''ireH ghee NOTICE.T.a ....' 17.T.or.d.r.PM.d fly. ......1".... ._"" '.1414 .t a* r'....'

lun with Oe* d. IA' OMffceni diet \ -- Jsawsey fhtsed Ida Yeller soil .... ........4 by n,.U......, of ,......
l. tM nrafer bet ... ... .. ..... LeO.... .
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well T. .
c.-.ct.r atllld ......r'. AP9eiat'p ,_ Are ... ,.... a p.slleq*
1 .t Qrua *s wail n4er*....if SMW .>... k f* iars.s.lip. J..esry )..)1..J.u ......-P. .a.ae, .. .lett 'tJIH l JC 'f.....

__ ....W fist aM ti.. Al.*#. *>f ?'J. TSl..4 et-.. s .''l 0is..I W... W. 4. Wft04 are sgsI. itsl
U.H".. b_sisT east ere 1114 rases .be a.ap.yet. at Stirs ..... .
a ,...16"/ $1. W.., ...".1.... .ssellr k et.nf iq A..a4e, i.i ibtitsI.r
I.& 't" M 1.01 1-date lm .* a.....ssIH. .tit .......... plirrd.d .. .K. ..f.>.riot ..>...* Hod'''' y
watf.'W/R .. .. hi eke tea Ni l ,+ ... oJ .......... '.... ,.. '. I i. Tlae Wea3. bees a hdtmlS t.,
stmt. b.ip ,..... of IA' ley 1 .ryw Jib 7..Thar.'tlM.ber.s $...............' ...,. the ,
:-r' .... "9" .... ...... sflr. ... Mr ....tIt..1I4 ."eenbsg f1'..,...., '.. [ ipesl eef.jc7ha.
. ..... __ ", t- ... .. ... any as). TM* wale t a. i Jserf I.. YvWy 'e.spte. i reiSdeses. *f H 8 Jr-.4
I ----' ...-. .1 break she tae rile I* !.*. r.*.1.e p.et..ty f.e 1151q I f ,.....#' :.*. $,.....,.. -fl.......... I
r.&s'L4rv .. w .bet.. Pease
t; fttewtagbS -
.. seer r s 5= err noise'ww en user N ova sad It to a...... H i-* 1ft *>p *Mtnts S....,.., I. MO" ?. T.*e4yi -'..--.., ,....."y "" ..T.ac...,"'...-. I;J*..,.,.. ..... 0' ......... whletp raesvleg..... sirAys

---. uJCn-... .. .. 1 q..*tl..MS. Lak O'y *. ..* sii* J.r.eey cwt S, W.4ead.t. sad '...a., l>rk ........., -- Iakesl !. wiu.e .,,"" "'&114- i!

EcgR4w&wpp ; tkw.*.t lad tawsv la I W duce. n--S.. r". 0..v.Psliewstj. ...... .... (..._teiaa wss I" )ftee.apyait
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made superiority, or coutmuea and patient enort: in Dnng- fished a close! season;. from the tat
\W; HI:.)!igoon, tbe tif which be, was an honorary seeking preponderance Of t''
'," 'and governor president. The announcement of his Intention condemned the oppression of the nation lug ubOut a meeting of the represents May to the alit of7July.; and excludedall

o the Isthmus. to make this visit was followed of this part of the world and the tlve of the hostile powers on board a.. killing In tbe waters withIn 1I1n,
+,' I J upport. them and by most courteous and urgent InvftMJons control of their destinies by the great United State warship as neutral tei miles around the Prlbilof Islands.

Ole expedition be- from nearly all the countriesof powers of Europe." rltory. aud peace was there concluded They also provided tbnt the re-la.!

k most satisfactory South America to visit them as tbe It Is gratifying to know that In the a peace which resulted In the saving or Lions which they bad determined upon

>, nq. TIle Insurgent guest of their governments. It was great city of Buenos Ayres upon tb* thousands of lives and In Jthe prevention with a view to tbo protection and prervatlon ->,.
I Ida agreed that their deemed that by the acceptance of these arches which spanned the streets In- of on incalculable amount of misery of the seam should be sub. '
and twined with Argentine and American and the destruction of property and mltted every five years to new sami-
down: their arms Invitation:! we might appropriately express -
",!gTeement was;' car tbe real respect and friendship flags for tbe reception of our representative of the means of livelihood. The Rio nation so na to enable both Interested

ta'', sional\ governmentthe In which we bold our sister republics there were emblazoned not conference passed tbo following resolution governments to consider whether in

ot the old {ovl of tbe southern continent. and tbe secretary only the names of Washington and in'reference to this action: tbe light of past experience there Wilt

d l laws so,\far as accordingly visited Brazil Uru Jefferson and )Marshall but also. to "That the third International American occasion for any modification thereof.
and will thus ad. quay Argentina Chile. Peru. Panama appreciative recognition of their &er. conference shall address! to tbu The regulations have proved plainly! I

+ : bd for a ,tow months and Colombia fIe refrained from ices to the cause of South American In. presidents of the United States of Inadequate to accomplish the object of

/. 'can be restored a visiting Paraguay Bolivia and Ecuador dependence the names of James Mon America and of the"United States of protection nnd preservation of tbe fur

:\en7 held and a new only lx>caune the distanced' tbglr roe. John, Quincy Adams Henry Clay Mexico a note in which the conference seals cad tor a long time< this government .
i gur ted. Peace has capitals front the enboard made It"n. and Richard Rush We take especial which Is being beld at Rio expresses Its has brew! trying lnvaln to sure

? , .! and tbe ,harvesting, practicable with the time at his dis pleasure In tbe graceful courtesy of satisfaction at the happy results of from Great Britain sucb revision and
.crop. the great crop posal. lie carried with him a messageof the government of Brazil, which has their mediation for tbe celebration of modification a kind regulations as were

out, to proceed. peace and friendship and of strong given to the beautiful and stately peace between tbe republics of Guate contemplated provided for by the
., bas been held and desire for good understanding and mutual building first used for tbe meeting of mala. Honduras and Salvador/' award of the tribunal of Paris.

mt, Inaugurated In helpfulness and be was everywhere the conference the name of "PalaclO This affords an excellent example tone The process of destruction has been
17 fashion the WOo received In tbe spirit of his Monroe." Our grateful acknowledg way In which the Influence of the accelerated during recent years by the

t ,will come to an message. Tbe members of tbe government meuti are due to the governments and United States can properly be exe#- appearance of a numbci of Japanese
pporttmlry of ex- the press, the learned professions tbe people of all tbe countries visitedby cited for tbe'benefit! of the peoples of vessels! encased In pelagic' sealing. At

t' of the American the men of business and the great tbe secretary of state for the courtesy the western hemisphere-that is. b,. those vessels have not teen bound

itxlble solemnity our masses of the people united everywhere the friendship "and the honor action taken lu concert with other even by tbe. Inadequate' limitations prescribed
,o that the people of In emphatic response to his Mbown to our country In their generous American republics and therefore free by tbo tribunal 1 of<< Paris, they
the Imperative need friendly expressions and in doing honor hospitality to him. from those suspicions and prejudice bave paid no attention eiti!'r to( tvdoRei -.,

1" it Ice and keeping or- to the country. Und cause which be In my message to you on the 5th of which might attach If tbe action were 'f*::souor to the sixty i isle!%

,_ The United States represented. December. 10O5.) I called your attention taken by one alone. In tbls way It I Iposftlble I-; : 'Impored; upon Canadians. and It
'Mabel''' except tbat It In many parts of South America to the embarrassment tbat might be to exercise powerful luflu, prosfiutcd their 'York.up. to the very:

i .. Ill and materially there! has been much misunderstanding caused to' this government by tbe assertion ence toward the substitution of considerate ls:tndA tbemRelvcK. July 10 and IT

:rof. tbe Cubans saver I of the Attitude and purpose of tbe by foreign nations of the right action In the spirit, of Justice for the crews from several Japanese vessels -
J* ;able to preserve,or- United State+ toward the other American I to collect' by force of arms. contract tbe I insurrectionary or International made raids upon tbe Island of st.

tees and therefore to republic An Idea bad becomeprevalent debts doe by American republics to violence which bas'*'bltherto been so Paul and before they were beaten oT!

. Impendence. If thefftrxre tbat our assertion of the citizens of tbe collecting nation and hindrance to the development by the very meager and Insufficiently
,.w and It tbe In- Monroe doctrine Implied or carried to the! danger tbat the process of
,,.. becomes confirmed with It an assumption of superiority collection might result !n the examples many of united action by severalor several hundred seals and carrying off
;:absolutely out of tbe and of a right to exercise some kind of occupation of territory tending to become American republics In favor tbe skins of most of them. Nearly all
Island should conand many the seals killed were females and the
protectorateover the countries to permanent. I then said:
cool and reasonable
.r by urging
peace
,1t.. the United work was done with frightful barbar
whose territory that doctrine applies. "Our own government has always refused Instead of excited and belligerent
ktssumed the sponsor- Nothing could be further from the to enforce such contractual obligations ity. Many of the seals appear to bare
' ' treatment of International controversies
.; Ch'IUdd, world fdr truth. Yet that Impression continued on behalf of Its citizens by. t fall to the growthof been rklnned: alive, and many were
cannot promote
tdtion, would again to, be n serious barrier to good under, on' appeal to arms. It Is much to be the found half skinned and still alive. The
dad to 'I..* that the standing. to friendly Intercourse' to wished that nil foreign governments. American a general nationsvblcu public opinion will among elevate raUs were repelled only by the use of

aenagotf. ,In such or- the Introduction of American capital would take the same view." the standards of international action firearms, and five of the raiders were

sacs* tbe safety and the extension, of American trade<< South American Debts. of Internationalduty I killed two were wounded and twelve
ya urn** path to be wldesprcr.1 strengthen tbe sense captured. Including the two wounded.
The Impression was so
,' > smerclse This subject wns one of tbe topics of Among governments and tell In
: who self that apparently 1*could not be reached Those captured have since been tried
conference nt Rio,
consideration at the of mankind.
Ii 'and favor of tbe peace
,,hard we by ordinary, moans. and sentenced Imprisonment An
any
aud.patience and a resolution was adopted by that Panama Trip.I bad been
efaarity It was part of Secretary" Root's mission recommending to the respective attack of this kind wholly
, /ns. tiiy tread this : to dispel this unfounded Impression conference represented "to have Just returned from a trip to unlocked for, but such provision of
''bavetla: t utmost sym and there Is just cause to believe governments Panama and shall report to you pt -
r., great for them but I ; be has succeeded In an address consider; the advisability of asking tbe length later on the whole subject''of vessels arms, and ammunition will
that
second. peace covferciice at The Hague > now be made that Its repetition will
.adjure them solemnlyresponsibilities the Panama canal.
to the third conference at Rio on the
of tbo compulsory
tbe
question
': and to to examine not be found profitable.
31st of July-an address'of such note debts In Th. Algeoirss Convention.
collection of public and
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their new government that I send It In, together with tbls tending to diminish The Algeciras 'convention, which was Promise by Japan.
It run smoothly and with message-ho said: .general nation means conflicts of purely pecuniary signed by tbe United States as well as Suitable representations regarding 1
'.nj flagrant denial of right "".e wish for no victories but those among by most of the powers of Europe supersedes the Incident have been made to the
ind<< and from Insurrection'on origin. of and we are assured .
except our the previous convention of government Japan
of peace, for no territory This resolution was supported by' the
on the>other.. men for no sovereignty except thesovereignty representatives of the United States In 1830 which was also signed both by that all practicable tneasurea

"; Rio Conf..n"'i'lntftrn : over ourselvesWe deem uccordnttc with the following Instructions the United States nnd a majority of will be taken by that country to prevent -
tbo Independence and equal rights of the European powers. This treaty confers any recurrence of tbe outrage.!
j, U nal ,conference ,the' smallest and weakest member of : long been the established polIcy upon us equal commercial rights On our part, the guard on the Island(
"It has
mbllca, h Jd' In Mexico tb* family of nations entitled to as I' of the United State: not to use Its with all European countries and does will be Increased and better equr! :td
941-O2, provided! for the entail of and organized, and a better revs.::e
much respect as those of the greatest armed forces for the collection, of or- not a single obligation anykind :
II- I third conference within empire and we deem the observanceof dlnsryontract:: debts due to Its cltlens upon us. and 1 earnestly hope It cutter patrol service about the Islands:
committed the fixing of that respect the chief guaranty of by other governments. We have may bo/speedily/ ra t1 ed. To refuse to will be established. Next sear-on a

jplnco and: the arrango the weak against tbe oppression of the not considered the use of force for ratify it would merely mean that we United States war vessel will also JIf
conference to tbo gov desire forfeited our commercial rights In Morocco sent there.
claim
..nn;:. Wo neither nor such a purpose consistent with that repect -
'p f the bureau of Arnerl- any rights or privileges or potturs that for tbe Independent: sovereignty and would not achieve another We have not relaxed our effort to

composed of the repre we lo not freely concede to everyAmerican of other members of the family of nations object of any kind. In the event of secure an agreement with Great Bi":!
'of all 'the American nations republic. We wish to In. which Is the most important such refusal we would be left for tbe airs tor adequate protection of the BC"!
'un. Tbat board dlacharg- first time In 12O without any and negotiations with Japan tor
crease our prosperity<< to extend our principle of International law and tbe years herd .
, Imposed upon It with trader to grow in 'wealth In wisdom chief protection of weak nations against commercial treaty with )Morocco and the same purpose are In progress.
lity amt painstaking care and In spirit but our conception of the the oppression of the stroug. It seems this at a time when we are every whereseeking Tbe laws for tbe protection of the

.' ,conftpous Invitation of true way to accomplish this Is not to to us that the practice 1* Injurious In : new markets and outlets for seals within tbe Jurisdiction of T"T

,tttJitoa' of Brazil the con pull down others and profit by their Its general) effect upon the relations of trade. United States need revision and arr' J
.* llccit at Rio de ,Janeiro I rein' but to help all friends to a common nations and upon the welfare of weak ---- meat. Only the Islands qt &t l';:'j ,

from the 23d of July to I prosperity and a common growth and disordered states whos development PROTECTION SEALS. and 8t George are now In terms to- '

,A..t last 'Many: subtotainun -, that w* may nil become greater and ought to be encouraged In the eluded In the government reSfrrvatica
.".. Interest to all tb* stronger together. Interests of civilization; that It offers aria tbe other Islands are aba to t* I

,nations, wine discussed by ""Within a few months for the first frequent temptation to bullying and History of This Problem cad Present Included The landing of aliens as wee! 1

revwnce., and tbe''conclusions Urn the recognised possessors of *very oppression and to unnecessary and unjustifiable Slaws. as citizens upon the Inlands) without A

',' :embodied In, a series' of resound foot of soil upon the American continents warfare. We regret that The destruction of the Prlbtlof Island permit from the department! of coin-

s proposed. conventions, will con bo and I hone will b* rrpfc other powers whose opinions and fur seals by pelagic sealing still mere! and labor for any purpose except '
,I"hl) before yon upon the coning resented! with the acknowledged rightsof sense of justice we esteem highly have continues. The herd which accordingto In case of stress of weather or tor ,J j
a of the final report of the American equal sovereign states In the great at time taken a different view and the surveys made In 1874 by direction water should be prohibited under adequate

Rgta. 'They contain many matters world congress at The Hague. This have permitted themselves though we of the C'OnJrTeanmbered ...jell. l naltJes. The approach of vessels

Importance relating to the eaten* will be the world's formal and final believe with reluctance, to collect such 000!) and which according to the Burrref for the excepted: purpose .oo-+J
m of trad, the Increase of com' muni- acceptance of tho declaration that no debts by fore It Is doubtless true of both American and Canadian be regulated. The authority of the !g>""

Hon the smoothing away of barrierstree part of the American continents Is to that the nonpayment of public debtsmay commissioners In 1801. amounted to eminent agents on the Islands bot.Jb ; j

|intercourse sail the promotion. be deemed subject to colonisation. Let be accompanied by such clrcum 1000.000 baa now been reduced to enlarged and the chief agent sboaUl
'a better knowledge and good under. aid each other stances of fraud and wrongdoing or matf'
us pledge ourselves to about 180.000. This result has been have powers of a committing
liilug between the different coun- In the full performance of the duty to violation of trestles as to Justify: tbe brought about by Canadian and some trate 'The entrance of a vessel late
i.rppreseutvsL.; Tb. meeting of the humanity. which that accepted declaration use of fore This government would other scaling vessels killing the female the territorial waters surrounding <"t

ferwnc* weN harmonious and the Implies so that In time the weakest be glad to see an tutraatlonal consideration ns' while In the water, during their Islands with Intent to take seals sboaUl
elusions were. reached with sub and most unfortunate of our republics of the subject which shall discriminate annual pllgrtmagv to and from the be mad a criminal offense and rae**

Bali unanimity It la Interesting may com to march with. *qual between such cases and the south or In search of food. As a rule. of forfeiture. Authority for seizure 1 is '

observe that In the sucovsslv con step by the aide of the stronger and simple nonpvrfortuanc of a contract the female seal when killed is pregnant such case should Ixr given and tl*.
xct" s which bare bn held the rbor fortunate. Let us help each with a private person and a revolution" and also baa an nnweoned pup on presence on any. such vessel of seals of

I'fIMUtath' of the different Amen.s other to show that for all the races of In favor of reliance: upon peaceful land so that for each skin taken by sealskins or the paraphernalia for L<*.

a nations have bn learning to linen the liberty for which w* have means In cases of the tatter class pelagic sealing, as a rule, three. live lag them should be made prlrta '.11 *
,Work together ffctlvly.. for while fought and labored ts the twin sister -It Is not felt however that the con are. destroyed-the mother' the unborn evidence of such Inteot. I reco- !

.... first conference tn Washington In of Justice and ..... "*. tAt us unite inrtMting feroor at Rio should uuUcrtaV'; tw offspring and the naming pop, which ts what leglsUtlon Is nested to a ;I
1111e and the second( conference In and maintaining and making make inch a dlscrlininatlonor to rewive left to starve to death. No damag pUsh there. ends and] I ('OtD )It.. t.
',leiexIrn In 10O1-O3 occupied many all Aworlcaa public opln upon Ram a rule. iff4 t of the whatever Is don to the nerd by the your attsntlon. tb* report of Mr ,* \
effective an
... '...t.... with much time wasta.l In aswgulatod wbaea shall Influence International American countries ar. stlllfifrbtor n.Uou. carefully. regulated killing on land. of theo department of commervilabor
Ion power
Uaroi arethe
and fruitless discussion Interim. .. while' the C"OtU2ute.ot The custom of pelagic sealing) to solely.
and prvveot this
conduct' on sabject-
'eMse third conference at lUo exhibited creditors. If the JOe conference responsible fr s>U of th* rsent evil -
the or to a'
causes '
and narrow In essw! are compelled
tlonal wrong: such action ITwonU
f Aeauch of the facility' In the practical tree tbtrefam were to take .nd Is si V* l Uxefenl 1 fra" tbe seer ...
war and forever iwrnwrvo our of a &r.".tIng don tti* bop of mating crr.trrwith
the
tiers aN'r'tac'O
busln which character* sal from tb standpoint
,ettsfHitch of ootaU- standpoint '
th burden! of such arms other t. pCr a
from their reel rovwr&iuetit
lands bw
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,ra.* permanent dellbratlv bodies and of ttebtir resolving .f hul .altJ''. ..
tualseed behind the frontier uW to UN bUteooM cruelty nowpeUffic 'Qa t. j
cuU as are and this w a
.. .toPd It* labor within the period Itor should aet. In 1SS 1 over IftjtXW. : young scale were
,
, *, of tturop and bring us *'v.nuoarer The truo rem ** is to.titrte4 .....ac It will IN d gge.e '
I. sC six; weeks originally allotted for itselleas inspire reet. fennel deed from starvation oa lire \
to the perfceIou of ordered JIb the tetnesof tb*pro '.m8M' TN" serUNM r Mal rstl* > how f r
by
slons.Q Prtbllor ielam.fs. ; la Sevr It w*. Nfl.
Ft rty. fco shall eor' -ectjrHy, **M! turn which .. .<* ti...tfist tlllsgtt ". ..,.rt..ert' s&ottM ruotfitoe to protoct *u*.1 j j
Iwot4' swaTTac .
vain .t'l'ld' trt sine pehMd l .
. lt* apart from rib* specific iv.-uy prtxUicuou vtut "' ..I.. w* un . et'sterat' cw. where. t*,'LI cee l sopWMiU tsa ... aal betel oa fautdteiUt 1e.' 1
conclusions reached by the eonfrttc or 4< M3 adult (Venal. soalsh4
" off th* sad ie.tlg'raaesa, for u* ... t* / suds fj-
't" : ""PIe1b* arts Itoand *>*btor* wtt be atIIMCI\ e eantlaulus a
the example of tb. reprweents.t .. been killed at seta and ever aftMMOyoo '
and whtt er it Is not betterlb. t.-
t All the American nations en- an C'OIUWH' tM saiba.'t.Central g Noa" au.a Ca W stsrratWxi ** '
ot ...
t "* ;: TH M." .. D tri. practice by xtn tosrtftjg dw j
bannonlous and kindly conl4emtloa Amsriss. tb* rtwoH. Tb rrHlag barbarity oraQC'
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,.resitag In to have ba r* IiomaW'**T tf
wonts appear ovrsclvs* ta UM
r The** which bad existed) most
Jon tronbl ... well
.* sal discussion of subject of of Last a praetcee as tb* wasteful
acclaim la very part tbl .
-common interest ts itself of great and veined wltV tor some tin* bet the rep oblle. eIalft4ot' destruction which It Involve I
Laubstsnttal, vain for tb*, promotion of South America TUry bare my bartyapproval Ootet .U and liomlnraecglmtaatod nests DO dftaoutntloG and 1* iU yarnromlomnsUar \
Iireasonabl* and considerate treatment aa 1 am storm they will bar tn w.r >*.war which tbr atna "Th Bering sea trlbo- EFFORTS FM PEACE f
la tb*
grf>C all International questions. The yours, and I cannot be wrong to be rutooos to ibm caoattt 1votrwd ash, which sat la Parts la 1503 and

L4 bank* of this country are do. to the conviction that they correctly represent and vary .s..trGdSYO to tae com which decided agmlast th* claim of ; 11
ot'Uw Aarlean
|k yerDDMnt of Ilrsslt and to the people the oUront 1IMftI&1 tales-eels of Meal. the United State. to *>XctoIv junta Osr'IHrry,: aa a NaIissis Fuis-t I
ebaract
'SC Bio de Jantlro for the gn rouskosftltatlty people, I snot better aM and start foessfrin.a wbo are takIng ?t delegates. rtM the tm* sttttttd of the United' part 1m the dv.in>- a.a4 to Jt fed
with which our aa twpoctsat a pivtwtty right la tb* fur casts la sty last mewwig I advt
, Ills common with others wr rcvA. Btats la Its wnttkia of the Sloa roe Mat of these v atrt. **. Tb. thoeu.gbly crises OTtaU of' lire tits mil limit that Doe esap. 'see .r Rent .a Ma tats
, In tlttrIwork. tSodJ'toe then Ia Uw woni of the 41. ira4..etaadlai etleb esSeta'" dettnla4 ate a eeetbd
Wntertalo!' Al and fadllUUtd good egos crtala r.cslstteoa > the taltlattre fa ktact.ac+ abuei,
Wtgtaisbed format minister of torst4'ts ......... theI'Litad Ntst.s uad Mexico. smith tfc* tritraaal a 44ee.dsitdeat p+ee coafnloee' .t ".r11 n.-
th. -.u. nt Ar .atin*, Dr<< Ike*Nk laMr tau tM gtveussssit sea tart ot for tW Las sreslats :
Rent's Visit *u .taaablet ftrc"er aOstloet sadyieotvatiea Umber u.. geatdaaee eat Rssia
lnddeeteliy to the tsettaag or ther epacb wekeeghj lat*< at.I s MdSeo.e..tttft' mediation.. .r lbe tier .ent Ira tar t ., ..... ..,...... "" . ,
'tb* ..1t1ws .t a tstee,wktt' i1a11 III lrbo+#.'ff- e: i'" 11 etwtMt the .tavudrt.. .sages s tI!Ih Ong ,let Iota. J1Ir'pt. .. ... tleaei.ffanrsas ....---,.,.1I -. .



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:: sentlal features j>t which have been our other Insular S
al government possessions mould ,qUe tlOQ Is the man's conduct. It be
ftI home ties are looseof'd. when approved by many prominent bankers'f be directed under' one executive de- Is honest and his iy and gladly expend t to oth
upright In
and women cease to regard a and business men. According to this partment by 'preference the department with his neighbor and with the dealings .. the same measure of lu!i!Ice' a '

family Ilfe with all Its duties plan national banks should be permitted of state or the department of then be la entitled respectvlnd state treatment which we ex
to
and all its responsl- to Issue a specified proportion of war. good In return. It Is only a \" F
performed
1 Uved up to as the life best their capital In notes of a given kind. Hawaii. treatment Espm'tally do "we need to of our citizens that act I'I ;+y ; .y
tin remember i d ;!
our duty to tbe ; ,
IIV1DRD then evil day for the the Isstio to t>e taxed at *o high a rateas The needs of Uawall stranger i tbe federal government b
II
are peculiar. within our gates. It Is the markof
are at hand. Thereto to drive the notes back when not sure ;, will deal summarily with
bona la PJ and classes of wanted' In legitimate trade. This plan and Every, aid should be given the Islands a low civilization* a lo.w morality, to Where theY several states ht i S'ra
our efforts should be abuse
unceasing to or discriminate
wbeiTtbe birth would not against or In I ..
rate permit the Issue of .r el1t1"i.Mtbat theywisely
loOpnJatioD currency develop them along the Hues of a community any way humiliate such stranger who .
belowthe death rate. Sure- to give hanks. additional profits, but tO \; and promptly with
sunk of small has
freeholders
not of come here
lawfully and who Is
meet the ''
demonstration to duct else thisjwmall
emergeucv or
could need no presented by times
t & great planters with cooly tilled" conducting himself
that willful sterility Is. from the .of stringency. tateA. es properly. To remember -;, doers may: bring'shame ,
Situated as this territory Is. In this Is Incumbent on every
nupoiat: of the nation from the '"Spasms!" of HI:H Money;* the middle of the Pacific there are American citizen- and It Is of course mass of their Innocent:

ridpolnt of the human race. the one I do not sav that this Is bet rightsystem. duties Imposed upon this small- community peculiarly Incumbent on every, thinking fellows--that Is. ts
governj
the penalty Is national I Itl1. tiers as a whole Good roan
I
tat which only advance It to emphasize which do not fall in like"degreeor meat official whether of the nation or "
race death a sin for which : my belief that there Is need for manner upon any other American of the several states t be an International no Ie 1
sin which Is I Individual& attribute.( I ak
atonement n the f
re Is no adoption of some system which community. Thla warrants our treatIng 1 am prompted to say this by the at.
more dreadful exactly I In proporas shall be i nt":>fliat! and' open to all It differently from the way In tltude of hostility. here and there assumed !! meat for the Japanese as II.rh.
the men and women guilty sound b.ink. rn to fair treatment for Germans or.,
nrokl all possi which we treat territories contiguousto toward the Japanese In this
of are Jn other respects. In char- bility of dlhcrlin'n ton! and favoritism or surrounded by slsteroterrltorlea country. This hostility Is sporadic and ': men. Frenchmen, Itusslans

rand bo'lily and mental-powers. Such n'pltn' ro.I' ] tend to prevent the or other states and Justifies the Is limited to a wry few places. Never* : t ask It as due to human!
for the sake of the state setting i i llaatlon. I ask U'as'! duo
whom spasms of high! rnou.y'and tbeletis it Is
speculation I aside of .a portion of our revenues to most discreditable to as asa
oold be well to see the fathers and which now obtnl In too New Torts I be expended for educaUonal'and' In- people and It may. be fraught with J I because wo muat'.ct upri

bers of many healthy children. market for "t present there Is too ternal Improvements therein. Hawaii tho gravest consequences" to the nation. I all men.

II I brought up In homes made happy much currency at
their presence. No man. no wo- the year and Its. ncvurnnlatlon at New' I fit In the end to assume the States and Japan has been continuous I I recommend to the con'

can shirk the primary duties of York tempts bunkers to lend It at low duties and burdens of full American _since the time over half a century ago act be passed specifically\

,. whether for love of eaao and rates for specnlatlfH" rnr QIII(>R. whereas" citizenship and whenever? the leaden when Commodore, Perry: by his the naturalisation of Ja

sure or for any other cause. ando at other tlnits, when the crops are being In the various Industries of those I.. lion to Japan first opened the islands come here Intending to b.c.

his or her self respect moved there H I urgent need fir n. lands finally adopt our Ideals and I to western civilization. Since then the lean citizens. One of the i

American Shipping J large but temporary Increase In the heartily join our administration In endeavoring growth of Japan has been literally barrasamenta attending the:

et me once again call the atten- currency supply. It must never l he forgotten to develop a middle class aatoundlug. There Is not only nothing ance of our International{ 0

or the congress to two subjects that this question Concerns l'fsi.l of substantial. citizens a way will then to parallel It but nothing to approach the fact that the statute of"

cernlolr which 1 have frequently ness men generally quite ni much a* be found to deal with the commercial It In tbe history of civilized mankind. States' are entirely load

ore communicated with them. One bankers. Especrally Is' this true of I and Industrial problems which now Japan has a glorious and ancient past fall to give to the national

e> question of developing American stockmen farmers Dud I"tlue! roo-i : to them so serious. The beat appear Her civilization la older than that of sufficiently ample powered >>

plnr. I trust that a law embodyIn In tho west for at present at certilu' Americanism Is that which alma for the nations of northern ICurope the na.I I States courts and by' tIM

substance the views or a major seasons of the :year the difference l tn stability and of tions from whom the people of the army and navy to protect
Interest rates between" tbe permanency prosperous United St'ea'have l of the views expressed In the re- cast nUll< the citizenship rather than Immediate sprung
on this subject laid before these west Is from O to 10 per cent when*)sin returns on large masses of capital. I fifty :years ago Japan's development treaties which" are the law:

at Its last session will be passed Canada the corresponding differenceis *" I was still that of the middle ago. Our- i, I therefor ..uu..tlr.coo.
but 2 cent Alaska. a : ins that fifty years the progress of the the criminal and civil
m well aware that In former years- per Any plan must ofcourse I sta
tlonable measures have been 'pro- guard tho Interests of western Alaska's needs' have been partially: country In every walk In life has been United. State ate so amend'

In reference to the encourage- and southern bankers as carefully: as met. but there most be a complete reorganization a marvel to mankind and she now el to as to enable the j pr'enlti...

.t of American shipping, but Itns It guards the Interests of New York or of the governmental system stands as one of tbo greatest of civi i for the United States.

to me that the proposed recasts Chicago bankers and must be drawn as I have before Indicated to you lized nations great In the arts of war which Is responsible In our:

as nearly unobjectionable ns from the standpoints of the farmer and i I ask :your especial attention to this. | antI In the arts of peace, great In! mill. al relations, to emotes

can be. It will of course benefit the merchant no less! than from tbe Our fellow citizens who dwell oo the tary. In Industrial !In artistic development p 'I aliens under treat!*** >q)

airily our seaboard states-*ucn: as standpoints of the city banker and the| shores of Puget sound with character-" i and achievement t f I law now Is something

ine. Louisiana and Washingtonwhat country banker. / i l fade energy are arranging to hold In Praise For Japan. the federal I government' .

benefits part of bur people In The law should be amended so as Seattle tbe Alaska-Yukon-Paclfie expo. Japanese soldiers ana, sailors have I I end, sad In the mutter t
IJ
end benefits all just as govern specifically to provide that tbe funds sition. Its special alma Include the up shown themselves" equal In combat' to affecting the Japanese eri

it aid to Irrigation and forestry In derived from customs duties may: lx building of Alaska and the develop any of whom history makes note. She I ; It !la In my power>> to do wi
ment of
west Is really of benefit not only treated by the secretary of the treasury Pacific American commerce on the has produced great generals. and, I and all of the forces. tnllM{

the Rocky mountain states but to as he treats funds obtained under ocean. This exposition In Its mighty admlrnls. Her ficbtlng men. civil, of the United State wt

our country.. If It prove Imprno the Internal revenue laws. There I purposes to the and scope should appeal I notonly afloat and ashore show all the heroic, lawfully employ will bo so
people of the Pacific
ble to enact v law for the encour- should be a considerable Increase In but slope, courage' the unquestioning, unfalter.. There should however b* "0.

meat of shipping generally, then bills of small delPm, In a Uonll. Permission t large.to tho Alaska people since of the It United was bought Statesat ing loyalty the splendid Indifference. I of doubt a* to the power of the Ir..

I least provision should be made for. should be given banks. If necessary has yielded to the government f 11.000000 ,. to hardship antI death which marked al government, couipletely: to pet.. ,
ter communication with flout! ; under settled restrictions, to re- of revenue and has the Loyal Itonlns. and they show also" and enforce Its own obligation to
'
produced
sacs. notably for fast mall lines tlre their circulation to a larger $300.000.000 In gold, furs and near.ly fish.* that they possess" the highest Ideal of f'f'.r us t Inns. The mob of a singlet

the chief South American ports;; It amount than three millions a month. When properly developed It will liecome patriotism. Japanese artists of every at any time erfonu acts .

discreditable/ to us that our businessple. In large degree a land of homes, The kind see their products eagerly sought + less violence against some ISM

for lack of direct communlca- countries bordering the Pacific ocean for In all /lands. Tb. Industrial and f .'&'11"" which would plung .
PHILIPPINE
i In the shape of lines of steamers TARIFF.Lower have a population more numerous than I commercial' development of Japan has oat That city try Itself wo

th South America should In that that of all the countries- Europe. been phenomenal, greater than that ofuny powerless to make d.r.".. aye

at sister continent be at a dl ad- kale of :Absolute; Free Trade. Their annual foreign
tags compared to the business.. peo- U Urged. amounts to over 'f3.iOOOOO.OO. of I I At tbe same time the advance !In independent of this governi j

of Europe I most earnestly! hope that the bill to which the share of the United States Is i science The" and admirable philosophy Is. no less marked t would never venture to per
some fTOO.fWO.000. If this trade management of the ermlt the Mrrfotntaaee *fcomplained
were
-.. provide a lower tariff for or else absolute .
thoroughly understood and pushed by Japanese lied Cross during the late of. The entire pow !
free In I
trade
CURRENCYJtEFORM. become a law.Philippine' No harm productswill will our manufacturers" and producers the I .war, the efficiency and humanity of lite whole, c111t7 to protect the' olt*.. ,

American industries not only of the Pacific< slope the Japanese officials, nurses and doc city vr the uff.u.llntr community'
come to any Industry: and. ', tors, won the respectful' admiration of I In the hands of the I'nlted!
OIlS Defects' In Present System while there will be some small but real but of all our country, and particularly State '
Pointed -- I of our cotton growing states would 1 all acquainted with the facts Throng eminent It It unthinkable that .,
material
Oat. benefit to tbe Filipinos tbe .
main benefit will the be greatly' tM"n.n""l. Of course' In order the lied Cross the Japanese people sent : .la nkl continue policy under wbM;
especially! call. your attention to the come by showing to get these benefits we must treat over OO.OOO to the sufferers of fUntrrsnrUco. given! locality may tie allowed. to..
<*ad
subject condition of our mado. to our purpose to do all In fairly the countries with wtilth we and tho gift was accepted salt a crime against. N friendly

OCT laws. The national bank act our power for their welfare So far trade. with gratitude by our people. The and the United States govtt ", .

:D ably served a great purpose Ins our action In the Philippines bas been Intsrnatlenal Msrsllty. courtesy' of the Japanese, nationallyand | .sl riot to preventing tli* coin

ftt of the enormous business develop abundantly .justified not mainly and It Is a mistake and It betrays a spirit Individually has become prover I of tIM vein.. but 'lu the |tart rca_

ra the country and within tenthere Indeed not primarily because of the of foolish cynicism, to maintain that bial.. To no other country Itas there .Usfsndlnar. the people who bate |

has been an Increase In added dignity It has given us as a all International governmental actionIs I been< such an 'Increasing number of milted It against the aoae.qu.uewt
ilation/
J;. Kor per! capita from 21.41 to nation by proving that we are capable and mutt ever be based upon were. visitors from this land as Japan. In their own wrongdoing.,

several years evidence has honorably and efficiently to bear the selfishness and that to ...s..nc.tIJ. : return Japanese have come her In -" -

ttlon acccmnlatlng that additional leg- International burdens which a mighty pal reasons for such action Is always great numbers. They are welcome, so.

it Is needed The recurrence of people should bear but even more because a sign of hypocrisy This ts oo nags
crop season emphasizes the dots of the Immense benefit that bas necessarily tsn. of the action of ....,. and Institution of higher leers* .
got
of the prevent laws. There must to tbe of the Ing In all our and -
come people Philippine professional social
011 be ernmeots than of the action of 'lnllvklusls. Wish. N.tl .
a revision of them because tot bodies. *t .f the .Llaal Save
Islands. In these Islands we are stead It Is The Jspanes* have woo f* a
sign of base
a sure a
'
them- M they are means to Incur fly Introducing both liberty and orderto single generation the right to stand That. If rresptr. 't
bt: nature always to ascribe base motivesfor
ty of business disaster Since than their abreast of the foremost .. I a greater degree people the action of others. Unqoestlon : s Most en an lnnrrrtloa. broke
r body adjourned there baa been a have ever before known. We have secured lightened'' people of Rump and Amer out In Cubs wblrIt. speedily grew evlileni -
nation .
taatfon I ably no can afford to disregard .
In the interest on call moo- : Justice. We have provided au Ira. They harm won oo (their... merit* i that rise eclstlnaj Cuban' .overa.

from 2 per cent to 30 per cent and 1 efficient police force and have putdown proper considerations of reef Interest and by their own ...rtloo. th* right 1' men was powerless" : tu 12...... This! '

floctnatlon was even greater dor- ladrooJsm. Only In tbe Islandsof any more than a private ItwllvMeal ran to treatment en a basis of full andS I guventmeat was repeatedly sifted by'

the preceding six months. Tbe sec.T Leyte and Hamsr ts the authorityof so do. Hat It equally true that HM frank equality. The overwhelmingmass tlM then CnlMit. government to ,arseScree

4 of the treasury had to step In oar government resisted and this by average private 'Individual! ta any rest. of our PMf>cherish a lively rs- eat flnsltjr was SHMIOMI/ 11 y u..J ;

by wls s action put a stop to the wild mountain tribes uDder tb. super I ly d*vnt community does many ae pct and respect for the people ef pmsblsot of CuUs. that be !nlen4. i to I';

*.t violent period of oscillation. UUo
s worse than such actuation ts do religious leaders. We are constant' which be Is guided.. not by self later the Ua>kn. the stranger from Japs, I* h'-. that ucwe of (**. ettter iwnstttn.tfcMMil .

advance. In comraercUl ratos andacertaInty \r Increasing the measure of liberty "C but by puhfte spirit, by regard tot treated, as he deeerves-that is. ... M oolrers wo.,l
telL In the sufficiency accorded the Islanders. and next spring.If the rights of otber by a 4......,...'..... treated as the strsarvt from say part ea the goverafneat ail UM ho: ...'

fnidft even .* high rate*. All coon' conditions warrant we shall take's) purpose to do god to othf'f1l ..,.! *< of civilised] Xtarefie Is sad der.n.r I* &wi..erl..*. to tnsltitsis. ordsr. U was

I tnUresta suffer during eachPeriod. great stride forward In testing their raise the lane of the ewtawiftttty as s b* treat..*! Hot here sad there a most ertdeot that rhsa was tinpstMlInc, aa.lr,

" jgxceesive rates for rail capacity for self government by summoning whole mmtlarty reaHy great step worthy feslla* ha* tasalfeste ....." there ws every preJMUIIIjr thai If ,

em y the In New York attract money' the first Filipino ledslaUfe as. must often set and as ...ner.f r*<-* toward th* Jspaaeso-. fell. *. that I!' steps were nol based. ialety' taaen by

'h. Interior benks Late the speco- sembly. aDd the way In wbAeb they' .(tea d..... .... swank other SMIKWM inspirit has teen show la shutting them eat [ this itovemment to try' to restore. enter>}

d field This depicts the fund stand this lest will largely determine a met la tne last of mere self J ntercet. from the sesames echovto l. kiss ir*.. t'I Ictsce i the rvpr.*****'!*** .' vsrtso. tJuro"

' -0GJ4 otherwise be available for whether tbe self government tb.. bat psrl r heed chiefly to ettksl act |. matterfsr scslasf them pM tuition. l. the Island would apply

* errtal o..., and commercial bortOf'C'ft1 granted will be Increased or decreased ......... sop| .. the ceoturfes i's'' t, t* thstr resp..-tl'. .r.r.mm.ttt. frriMNi
to .
*r are sew or two ether piss.' tresses oftheir < .
. to pay abnormal for If ... have erred' aC all I* Ibe IbU- by this dtetaterMte'toe tm HilerB MiervenliMs 1st ender to prwtert
*
*. that each< fall a taKe la theInterest Ippfsvea It baa been to proceeding U.. tVmal acUoci. this teaxSefkrjr of the lav eorieSMir a* workers r. stmf t the Nve and property of ,belt II1U...*,
t-
of them set true the l erhosts
11Wfta-.d p.bile Is a !1wirted
charges I. rapidly la M>* direction of crsotiajr dividual cMnprtl a Mtioo to require . Thanlus t. tt. prefMiredaese fit 'f'
'red
ens lbe whole eoouBerce of the We sh.9fvlty. ales there are ... > wry f wa* sfcl. tmoNwlutsfy to grad
: largo measure of self government that aattQe( to art wilts J*.Uwtewsrd
: .
"tr7 a first rise ..4ii ... to the lastrf. Jortwl ,
esMMAgf .
are betiding rmuts. We bets far U Its s>*ichf ur*, etM41Jr crews frfp' f tltbao ffeveot theM
c r mere statement of these farts Immeasurable ....s of the people arranged sad stresACthesM. II.. aietth** ....... lag the isniversflfcss cad rwHecs ..1CoR".tala MtJMt frees b>Mwatla). hpstesis. tail
.a tat oar pmevt system Is settCefrtlT . for 1M boibSta o* rattrea*!* tot whsrfe do fret. gt4fy we* I ferthermiirai dMpaittbwt h. CTWb.. fhsserrstar >
to
> right Mtleo BerecanS Hs
t tad r a '
.t There' eone .I.".. S... ...".. ... irk IMS whfB : .
.t
Dead of war mad tbe
a ... It that they are glve SMUfsst seat.
: Let o also to own ...*.... sail n .. fsnffstt *.! maybe
ttforrcmatety. however., J. 8..... sfs tes>.s Ae fret retfeef many a free agrees to sing marmeta Tam wtrfestf to tAM that ether ststfcm. tny might'
IC.-= imposed chances must be ruled tattoo ..... A* more tmpn dee dirty .w H 4tareanS thetrs." Ho K M wlea "*' .. a* awry< .. hwr [sear. Japan, ghat w tS tLe .,....,.... .s u.egreen's
**l Wr*tlosi becaoee! they are to itself aad.aUe4 tea the 4et y of as JsMSjk Ire to tears frees s>* aril. awat AM effort to semre. so s.,**-

*: te4.. are sot easy ef cent pee. ssaoactax the afflr: oT sH ts* *UalasMler fee. a B sad UMS.eo4r to reym.d teeve Mas. ors hterset *** |.. at .. ...*. IM W.. H to aleowtt maul hetipeeis. the. ..*..*.|... fs4ftfAaIff
foostssi
-7" '::=:9 and teal to 6f11rb: ..zS.Uac the ,Aaw *ea. .*..-.** r**.. |. the seie sseerve to that svetsMtes that sue* .... MAw.rk.sws tesns Th.*.***.t Jspss ..*... Ehejr sfia.abi toeaM4t mumto ...

:. -::esrt:-' ratereeta.. We mast ... $....*.. fNsrto 'Uco cad IU+rI1rs .. to Wee ....... ft ........ he .ws ....say.., are wsM /r.....d. sad dry alt ssttleisUe srM.ntsad/cy and se..
'
as? p&aa wMc ea'il ma.Lrs make. It eetdeat eat It U to srverr way r.... oat the part ef As erlr+.avs at tW ...* some sa4.M vtvenxlt s..*..
.
-- ";' f sir the raf00 K 1M Ualted to tbetr sdra...... that the .*. .a..w aim to ra. frNasal etaadwrtt e f t.. bums to trs.t the Jf.s...... atria m ills *........*..l gerrass.aa sf tJft.ir. emu,.
2 ..... rtw* jessl .. we etrrvs' to rats.U..lsksl .
per cent bonds- MTW file.**** to fiy' veer. UMTSA. wvrtM+y sod e......w.,..... M hy yea !slim rand, the f..w.l l.*t *f thxrlN*
etasMlant eC ImdtetAsa/
b- rtseslatIsa, ttw toes. eI.rS1u. w tl eo ssarft a e../..stssi of tofertorWy h i poW>> I...,...... Th* sr..m *4r coin '
tM railer. .-... .-. p .callstt Porte flse w AA.Le.Awsetera u... esaar rtrmsetlesi } aommhkd faUst. d.ttbe.h
'<- to a. y .ttstd. ....... .. vswfee'ml .. ... ,1ft,...,....... grew. iy
1 dr Char suslldlss. the fsriftr
trsaary fwoeM jsdR
.. .c y') *t rte swat wsns. .o that. ther: <<
5 /'rdal pa... T.--' -oe ptefks .. Udu...+a..C [sells ails. $.t etd7 mmt ... tsst all wtfewWily' ae It Ursstts- ..r the A s.ttsv 1
C ta'asfity Inns prepasad pry ' at ... ,"Jos Is 1tiatte )Gtlrsr. but we SMS( treat wUh ,.... d JM <'sai lla.a y rfwwt .trigpest isof cad tAo ..........at ...... 1s w hail.. : 1..

... + eI.......... .&g.trpdretstw.nstdl ire stsrd. ped -.4 ls J: _e.+d' 21r.tpe.p gad. toed wtM sU Irmtsesaaa whw ..... eN past ewes .** ...e.|. We .....teer.+aar. ...+ *'!Sk the SO .Mthxl |t-ftwhfcte

rMtb atnr pw..tbty. faatI'r *n4ty 'I' e; Cw federal l eart at 1"eelrr7amat here ......... the ..w, Wb*aver ...,. sre .tfm, a.rree eeatlst w ...k far P'Mt' : .......... was rmbalt.d. pa. s, ,

-t"""" 1 Ute.r' ......... ba se' '.,.of. lesw t.bse! 01tlerkaritp. C atttwlic w ''''.''. 1IIf"M.1IIr. Seats at.rft ......,.1 dewebpm.ct Is ear reek. IIN sstasrtltlstlves ** c.*.. t tlt.r vflalstM

.... .,W' noILtSI15III* -' .. .' ww. tt,+ieaaaa tw ,' etdllr ,Makry grid ft td rt t. ,..... wv ....fats+s.tt .!.. "'1 -Ii.TBE :. t.



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,REGISTER f I! i SISF F 81 RLI"Iil I celvcrMr.cola will cocceed. Warren Col.U Chubb probably as the re- '

youngest Republican of promlne.ne: in

"N RECEIVER A TIME OF PAIN AND PERIL Florida, be.ii/ig scarcely thirty years ofag. S1oKs '

I ... lie has been in

; *t\ Miss emma!: Ool Bays: that Lydia a.Pinkham' eonne,ted in a { APal"hlao1a'l I

to e Vegetable Compound baa the oualneM and 'GOmm rests _
Expected __Saved Her Life and Made Her WelL LIlIlI.elfor
of thaKoity, for several years/- and fs \:

5. Land Office.PROMOTIONS. Jlow many lives of beautiful young I rf"'tardect'.s not only one of the most

yy fHrls hare been sacrificed Just as they I fiioient business rae"t but one of the
were ripeniticr into womanhood I How
at molt affable Cold Cr
many irregularities or displacements and smoothest politicianson Cough up.
Ua-ro been developed-e.fthii* important record for his ge. He U recommended
R Seen Receiver I F'or period resulting in year of suffering tAl by competent and well Informed SoreThtoatSiiff NecK. '

Mil Succeed Walter authority as a most efficient / t iI

'. ,, Rsftlatsr;. While man, aod fs very popular his 'J) 'tneV ,, I Rheumatism and
>wn. being lieutenant in the" Flor- ..

.I OetaPlum, \ ida State Troops and an ajl-rouod Neuralgia

ffcanee' surrounding flood end Useful elf tz-jn. ..
At all Dealers -
,' oertaln prominent It is said that both Rentleroen'-'- h+ve
" 'J nt the \Vindnrr, tie ui.>anlmoa. endorsement' of'the Re Price 25o 5Oo & I.OO h

Int. on ltl'uui"fe. pnbUcAn organization In FlorldIg' and -tt

i at' deal b.eau.,,. H that the appointment Uture to' follow ,. Sen!* Free1"Sloan's . .A/ .;.

,",?, ..' 10 a day tir two. *_ ,".% ' Book on Horses .

'')"': ,.fire now beld in the -r' Cattle. Hogs & Poultry \,
A Poor Organ
\ .of ttw( greet Jr'urlda
'
I zttlon.Iftnl D mj(*) he bile.: That's whit- your 1 Address Dr. Earl S.Sloan .-
liver doe. (f t's Then the bileoverflows
torpid.
1 It ng, unO.hll others. \615 Albany Sf. BOton.M
. J 9. Hepub'toan party ) Into the blood-poiaont your

who have guided u Emma ColeA system, causing sick'headache, blliooine 6 .

turdy and safe 'ln'i, *. sallow akin,coated tnngae, sick<

tine of )Ilepnbllcanstandard. mother should come tocher child's stomach, dizziness; fainting ..p..l1l1.1 i '
aid at this critical time and remember etc.. Ramon's treaimentof Liver pills NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX NOTICB OJT AI'PLIDATION r)1& TAX
Among thai Lydia IS. Plnkbam's Vegetable DEED UNDER SECTION!! a oir CHAPTER DKED WNDER SECTION 8 0.f
A.:1I:
:. tffenry rt. Ohuhb of Compound will prepare-the system /or end Tonic Pellets vtrengtrjenf;. the 888. LAWS OP FLOIUDA. 4888. LAWS OK FLORIDA

.. ,. .;of the United Btattaifman the coming*change and start this try- liver and makes It do it* own 't'* !tutor. Nuttoe tt! hereby given thai J n -.i
ins period in a young girl's life without Prevents Ana ouresthece troubles.: It t>urcb iter or Tax Certineater No.; 417dat! purchaser of Tax Co tlflente N >. ,2
| ot the State! CM! the 3rd Amy of JulA. I). I! W. the Srd Os" of July. A. D. IMXt. hunt J. ..vSeertlQeate
in Executive COm pain or irregularities. rnirta-do..n't force. Entire'treatment has tiled said ertlflost vs m.r oflioe.nd In my ufHoe. and h.a male, i \.
<< Vitae Emma Colo of Tullahoma,Tenn., 20o. J. W. M iCol him & Col and W. M. ball made arrollcatioM'for)' tarn deed tlon for tax deed to lue ID acnorouiu' \
r : ole (nflu noe bond writes Johnson Oafne.slU r .. to Innue In' accordance with tow Said law. Sate oertlfloate ellJhraeell: the t<, ;,,
eer1.IDt'lat.e' embracie the folkwins deMtrlbed described prop'rty situated Aiuchi.a ..
.4, of>wind would! bend JDer'Mr.rinkhamt .1 property situated In Alaofau ouutitr. (KlortJa, towtii ".IQo"y.
f [, Ooombs of Apa> I'want to tollyon that lam enjoying bet llorMa.towlf Nw i 4 of Ne 1-4 and Ne 1.4 or N" 1.4 r' ? w.4otNw ,
ter boaltb than In are for TTHIHI and I owe MR. GLASS RESIGNS. W K of Lou 1 and t. Seo.:31. Tp. 0. *. 1C. 19- .. 14. fee. JO.ThlO.ii.It I I.> .: iT
,'9' the National !,*.. it all to Lydia J& Pink bain Wetfetablo Com 91 acre. The acid land belntr a-mr-med at tbe. ,a The said land being aeimed at the date of the issuance of such certificate in _
', It,' and it /Is raid pound. Olatrict.Superlntedent Atlantic CoastLine 1 the i mi.noe of such certificate In the ua see vt. of J. K. Hmttb. the i "m*
v When fourteen year of age I soffmxl al- Unknown. . Unless said certlfleate shall .
Ire
iFnrlaue of Tamp*. His Connection. redeer.J.w .
Severs .
most constant pain, and for two or three Unless said certlfioatA shall be redeemed mo- o> to law. tax used! will IM"U,", t'''lercjn
et .for that port aibtiean years I.bad tmrennu and pain in my side A. L. Glass, who for the fourteen cording to law tax deed will lawe thereon on the lU.b day of December. A. D. 1900. a
el beadaclMW and was ditzy and nervous anL pat I the 84tntfar of Deorniber. A. D. ttxw.Wltnein Wltnexa javy ofllclal' lk'H ture an>l Ileal'hII
I who .t+nda doctor all failed to help me. year hat been' connected with *DDT onl"-tatgnature' ant seal this tbe Vtb day: of November. A D. law.(
lu Florida tharv his I LydiA K. 1'inkbam's Vegetable tbe 19th day of November A.I). ifeM swiw*' nPd
y Compoundwas the Atlantic Coast Line and its tested I S. \V1KNGE9. Clerk CinMtlt Court Alaobi Co.
Uht.ta' for recommended, and after taking pd Cfctk Ctroalt l1 .. 1-1 .. .. kla.
est Co ,
Gqyfn health began tqJlnroverapidly,and I thin lineal and who baa served aa chief dl.-< "" Hy M.Bu VII?Vaau D. C. --- - -- .
: the last gut>erha > it saved my life I sincerely hone my expert patcher tralnmaiter and superintendent NOTICE OFl APPLICATION FOR TAX

lug ence from will girlhood U a help to toother womanhood girls who for are I know peer I ;haa resigned his position a. dl- NOTICE OF APl'LIOATIOX FOR TAX I DEED UNDKR SECTION 8 OF CUAPTES

| ( >up, it I Is said your Compound will do as much for them* trieS superintendent& to accept service DEED UNDER SECTION 8 OtT+ CHA1TEH I 488. LAWS OP TLOJUDA.I .
..': If know of clrlwhols 4!88. LAWS OF FLORIDA Notice In hereby glean that 1C T.McDulcl.1'VI"-
> to the appoint yon any young with another company. .
chaser of Tax CerilQoates No. W>2 &4<9.d.tcd
.the United States sick and needs motherly advice ask her It It not known at the "present time Notice U hereby given that Beth Cooper.rarcber I I the 2nd day: of July. A. D. ltt. has tied;
to write Mrs. 1'inkhatn Lynn aiaa., of Tax Certificate No. t8.! dated saleS o. rtlfleate in my office, aDCt-..
by the death ofn and she,will receive free advice which who is to succeed, Mr. Glass the tl1.h day of: Jane. A. D. IW. baa ned made application for tax deed to bans
aid eerttneate In my olUoe, and has made in accordance wltblaw. Said oerttneateacnr
"blnlon few will put 1e'on the right road to a. application for tax deert io ir..ue In aooonl* brace the followliut. deneribed property slur''
N 'Nothing anthentlolsnesuined strong healthy and happy womanhood. Prevents Headache. anee with law. Said,oerflOoate' embrace. the and In Alacbua county, }Florida tow'It.:
:M.... JMnkham is following described property situated in Ala- : K 1-2 of Se 1-4 less 1 acre. Seo. 2ft. Tp. t S.
danghter.inlaw of
: : on good Force them No-aids them. Ra onus county' .1ort<1.. tv>wliHwM : It I9
Lydia 12. Pinkham and for twenty-five of NeWHeo.S3.TP.7. R. It"10- 0 eren.Tbe I I H 1-9 rrCM"C1. Sea. 30, "Tp. 7. S. R. Ji HI
olertt ''n the dhohiHIlOopt free of charge. Tonic Pellets atrent'hena the liver and the hoer laituanoe farrottUnleca of loch eertltteate In tbe name of |. tbe The said land being 'Red" at the data ct
issuance of such certificates the canes
the Wand that do their said certificate hall be redeemed of 0 11. VVIl
to puny, --- -- - --== dlceatlve: or,tan so they ao- jn and Unknown.
cording to law tux deed wlU lanue thereon oa i UeleM said eertitieatea
shell be
redeemed
l nn..nalllUtA 'she pj>ww 1------ of remitter, own work and fortifies your constitut'on j the IN"b day: nLlte etnber. "4.I). lino.Wltoem cording to law tax deed will IMHUO tbereona
," that the orRania4tlon vice W,. C>. Robinson, deceased. against future trouble. Entire i the a iBiolal I denature' and seal Ibis the Nth day of December. A. D 19UO.
I S7tb day vfJPovenaxjr. A. IX lat. Witness my official altfnacure and seal thli
wit arid just to advance I Thou* who are In poiltlon to know treatment 25e J, W. McOollum & i' .. K.. II. VVIKNOKS.pd the Tthday of Norember. A. D. IOHA.'
Clerk ".. Alachaa Co..VI .
fib two", ,.and that_ h'n .m : state that fiWHd Warren of Ap"l chl-. On. and W. M. JohnsonOalneaTille.. '1 ClrruitM S CHKVK4. D. O 1 Pd Clerk Clrolt Court s.Al U.>>chua WIKNQC Co. 1:.&. '

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a assortment wo have ever had, but in order to get just what


you want vro advise an early visit to this department. tho Sale, when a lot of Merchandise will ba knocked

down to tho highest bIdder. The FIRST AUCTION SALE

will take place SATURDAY DEC. 8th, at 2 p. m.

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baa necessarily been stow owing to the study of both of the mistake as well : -

izreat number of countries to be coninUfd aa of the .occea"; For this purpose nil earl r-.p. This prThcTple or se clency 'on tfioHno ofbattl Is almostdirectly or thai this progress e.
upon nothing lection will b* objected to by good men' proportionate to excellence in No
matter sot atlefactihoathat could b*. more Instructive thana nation Jean lire nn
arisen. It U Is a rational study of the war of 1812 aa of mediocre capacity who are fitted to marksmanship \V* should establish and continue to "

ait of the American republics hare It Is told for Instance by Captain do well while young" In the lower positions shooting-galleries In all the largo public growth Is a part ,
t Invited to but who are not fitted to do and military schools should ; .
Kfahan. maintain of the
now inotb proposed confer There was only one way In raceTt ei + .
join which that war could have been avoided well when at an advanced ape they national target range In different' and there may tie 1a /r

The close connection between the if during the preceding twelve come Into positions of command and parts of the country' and should Inevery tlon can long continue a

objects to be taken up by tbe Red years a navy relatively as strong as I of great responsibility. But the desire . way encourage the formation\of vance o f the general .

Cnxs conference held at Genera last that which this country now has hadbeen I of these men to be promoted to rifle clubs throughout all parts of too Ltn vAnd no nation tital

summer and the subjects which naturally built up and an army provided positions which they are not competent land The little republic of Switzerland to extinction can rewa'il l ; i ,
woold come before The lIaco.conIf'J't'nce relatively as good as that which the to fill should not weigh against the In.ter'E'lltB otters us an excellent example In hind: ItJ&s w-lth' nntIndlvlduiil.rncu.
made It apparent that Itma of the navy and the country. all matters connected with building
country now has there never would up I_ _ _ _
desirable to have the work of the have been the At present our men especially In tbe an efficient cltlxen soldiery tlon, correction of
slightest of
Bed C'ross conference completed and necessity navy, are kept far too long In the THKODOUK KOOSEVELT. flnenc of others +
fighting the and If the ja
considered by the different powers before bad arisen the war.war would under necessity such Junior grades and then at much too advanced The White llouse. Dec. 3. 1000. of views by the expo r
tbe meeting at The Hague. The an age are put quickly" through of equals, acceptance?
circumstances have ended with
Red Cross conference ended Its laborson onrspeedy the senior grades often not attaining standartls of
the 6th ofJuly and'tbe revised and overwhelming triumph. those senior grades until they are too for whose a comet
convention Bat our people during those twelve old to IKJ of real APPENDIX.Address goal opinion
and amended which was use to them and It they tlon to the
rules of ri
signed by the American delegates.. will years refused to make any preparations are of reel use, being put through themso these are the coiiditlcivilIxatlonj

be promptly laid before tf* ,senate. whatever regarding; either the quickly that litho benefit to the A
and highly army or the navy. They saved a mil navy comes from their having been In + peopls-
By the special appreciated lion by the Secretary of State of the are not open toworld's tb '
courtesy of the governments of Russ or two of dollars by so doing and them at slL

sia and tb. Netherlands a proposal to( In mere money paid a hundredfold for The navy bas ono great advantageover United States of Aaerica as Honor stirred progress btbe. XT!

call The IlagiM.conference together ata each million they thus saved during tbe army In the fact that the officers President of tie Third Conference nchlevementit of hii
arj
the three years of war whjch followeda of rank
time which would conflict with the high are actually trained the world over for U
conference o.the American republics war which brought untold suffering In the continual performance of their of American RcfMics at Rio must be left behind % r

at RIo de Janeiro In August was laid upon our people which at one time duties-that is. In the management of steady and b n.flcnt
aside.<< No other date has yet been sug threatened the gravest national disaster the battleships and armored cruisers do JancI% July 31, IW, To promote this tnui

gested. A tentative programme for and which In spite of tho necessity gathered Into fleets. This Is not true of assistance between the,

the conference has, been proposed, by of waging It. resulted merely In what the army officers who rarely have corresponding Mr. President and Gentlemen of the lies ense.***} la the se.msptr4 .'
the government of Russia and the was In effect drawn battle while the chances to exercise com Third Conference' of American 1te ub- by th. mm. purj-

subjects which It enumerates are undergoing balance of defeat and triumph waa almost mand over troops under service
careful' examination and consideration even. tions. The conduct of the Spanish war appreciate and thank you for the honor b* the nutation of the

In preparation for the con I do not ask that we continue to Increase showed the lamentable loan of life the you do me.I all enc our now countries In .eaton.that

ference. our navy. I ask merely thatIt useless extravagance and the Inefficiency bring from my country a specialgreeting others. There Is not

Psso and Righteousness. be maintained at Its present certain to result If during peace to her elder sister. In the civIHxatlon celv benefit front, t

It must ever be kept In mind that strength and this can be done only If the high officials of tho war and navy of America not on that will not

war It not merely justifiable but Imperative we replace the obsolete and outworn departments are praised and rewarded Unlike as we are' In many respects pertly the peace, the kaj
upon honorable men upon an ships by" new and- good ones, the only It they save money at no matter we are alike .In this_that we ar* aT Aenlln to your

honorable nation where peace can onlybe equals of any afloat In any navy. To what cost to the efficiency of the service engaged under new conditions and free and Impressive slnit*

obtained by the sacrifice .of con.KleDtJoua stop buildings ships for one year and If the higher officers are given from the traditional forma and limitations el.rnr.l.by row no political n.rtlreelt

conviction or of national means that for that year the navy no chance whatever to exercise and of the old world In 'working out tied. no judgment no a 1* 'tot.

welfare. Peace Is normally a great goes back Instead of forward. The old practice command. For years prior to the same problem of popular self government. the conduct of any stain'.
battleship,, Texas, for Instances would the Spanish war the secretaries of war .
goad, and normally It coincides with Jrja act I. ho consider) .
righteousness but It Is righteousness, now be of little service In a standup were praised chiefly If they practiced It Is a difficult and laborious task for OUtbUl'7 of removinge : '

and< not peace which should bind the fight with a powerful adversary. The economy which economy especially In each of us. Not In ono generation or C'Our-. >f aertantnbnfU |

conscience of a nation as It should old double turret monitors have out.worn".thelr connection with the Quartermaster.'! In one century can the effective' control what advsncos

bind the conscience of an Individual usefulness, while It was a commissary and medical departments, of a superior sovereign so long by each nation In, k.

and neither a nation nor an Individual waste of money to build the modern was directly responsible for most of deemed necessary to government, be cues In enterprise, In
single turret monitors. All those the mismanagement that occurred In I dealt questions of
can surrender conscience to another's ships I rejected and effective self control by
* should be replaced by others, and this the war Itself. And parenthetically be the lest stsndsrds., j
j keeping. Neither can a nation which Is governed perfected In It. place. edge of each, other ,
an entity and which does not die as can be done by a well settled pro- It observed that the very people who' The Ant fruits of democracy are. manyof with the hilsoonoeistandings !

Individuals die refrain from taking ,gramme of providing for the building clamored for the misdirected economy I' them crud and unlovely. Its mistakes and the

thought( for the Interest of the genera each year of at least one first class In the first place were foremost to denounce are many Its partial failures that are ItU4th fruitful

tions that are to come no less than for battleship equal In size and speed to the mlMnanagement. loss andsuffering many. Its sins not fw. Capacity for trove"'ey c'aAnd

the Interest of tbe generation of today, any that any nation Is at the satno which w r. primarily duo to I self government doe not com to man there are somoaranirn ea

and no public men have a right, whether time building, the armament presumably this satno misdirected economy and to by uatur It I I. an art to b* learned. which Invite dt
from shortsightedness, from selfish to consist of as large n numberas the lack of preparation It Involve and It Is also an expression of character lead the ,American" t.pu
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.ac upon principleiplloatlon
Indifference<< or from sentimentality to possible of very heavy guns of one Coast Defense Needs. to be developed among all tb. practical all of .M'

sacrifice national Interests which are caliber together with smaller guns to There should soon be an Increase In thousands of men who xrcls' popular only In the fuluro through U

vital In character. A Just war 1* In repel torpedo attack while there tho number of then for our coast defenses. sovereignty.To lent Mfg," "nto ..4.oe&be i '

the long run far,better for a nation's should be heavy armor turbine englues. These men should be of the reach the goal toward which w* made her toward the

rral than tbe most prosperous peace ..and. In abort every modern d*. right type and properly trained and are pressing. forward the governing of justice end peao am i

obtained by acquiescence In wrong or vice. Of course from time to time there,should therefor t>* an Increaseof multitude must heat acquire knowledgethat lieu of fore sad war, ':".

Injustice. Moreover though It Is criminal cruisers, colliers torpedo boat destroy pay for certain< skilled grade., especially comes from universal education The association of so map
for a nation not to prepare for war era or torpedo boats will have to be in the coast artillery. Money wisdom that follow practical ipri> from sit the republic. !

so that It may escape the dreadful consequences built also. All this, be .It remembered should be appropriated to permit enc. personal |Independence and self In wilt their own homes the I
arise
of being defeated &In war. would not Increase our navy bat troops to be massed In body and exercised .. respect befitting men who acknowledgeno prate and amenc kindly you dlseuat the

yet It must always be remembered that would merely keep It st Its present In maneuvers particularly to superior, self control to replace that of common' Interest th*

even to be defeated In war may be far strength. Equally, of
better than not to have fought at all. will be absolutely useless If the men summer just past bas been of Incalculable << . respect. for law, obedience to the palloa of "'.,uut.relafMIt"Oft

As has been well and finely said, a aboard them are not so trained that benefit to the army and should lawful expressions. of the public will ,. all Iho Americas

beaten nation I* not necessarily a disgraced they can get tbe best possible service I i under no circumstances b* discontin consideration for th. opinions amid In peaceful and eonalderat. *
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out of the formidable but delicate and ued. If on these practice m.rch.ao4 terects of other equally entitled to a ferrlns1 upon lntersvatlna
nation. but the natIon
or man .
Is disgraced If complicated: mechanisms Intrusted- to In these maneuvers elderly officer role .In the slat, loyalty to that abstract alone qutto irrespective et '
tbe
obligation to defend
lions
you my adopt<< act th*
right Is shirked. their, care. The marksmanship of our prove unable to bear the strain they t'Onc.rtloQ-Oo.. t'OUDtl''g' you may slang will mark a'

We should as a nation do'e.er7thlolt men has so Improved during tbo last should be retired at one, for the fact spicing .. that loyalty to personal| sovereigns ..".... .lo the dlreetloo. Sf

In our power for the, cause of honorable II". years that I deem It within bounds 1* conclusive" as to their unfltnes for :I which has so Illumined tb. good mdersUMMHa. y.I

peace: It Is morally as Indefensiblefor to nay that the navy la more than wsr-tbst I.. for the only purpose because pages of history, subordination of persons The. neneAeonl Msullsan4
a nation to twiN as efficient, ship for ship as half of which they should be allowedto I Interests to tb. public good love the peopto of the U
another nation. commit a wrong upon a decade ago. The navy can only attain stay In the servlc It I* a teal misfortune of Justice and nivrry of liberty and I An. te.> greatly ....,.*. ,..,..
strong or weak ss( for order. All th.. w seek vtetorte* hot those oftery .
sn proper efficiency if enough officers to have score' of small com" must by aa .
Indirfcrual thus to wrong his fel I 1 I ...... Hwaw 'far
slow
and patient effort sod of bow no
and men are provided and If theseomeen nritlmetitsl ..C'Btt..tthrougbout
low. pany or posts
Wo .
should dp all tn our powerto ese.p' .... av.rigny ovoj.1'
sbortcwmlngs .la bis land
hasten the day when, there shall bepeace and men see given the cbancoand tb. country. Tb army many own W. 4.... the 1M...,.......* '
among the .tlon-- peace based ( required" to take advantage of It) I I should b* gathered la a few brigade or and among' his own peopl. each one of r...... of tho emalleoi and

upon justice and not upon cowardly lo stay continually at sea and to exercis division posts, and the generals should ua Is the fleets singly and above all la b no student of o.r Urns caa' fall .
sobmissloo to TV practiced In handling tb moo In much reap et as ...... of the
a good deal wrong.In this *direction can accomplish but squadron, the esrrcts to bo of every I masse Neglect<< to provide for all of to too tbat awl America alone but the ........*. and ... dais th. *ton. .... I.

-* cannot accomplish and kind and to Include. unceasing practice this means to Incur the risk of futuredisaster whole clvtllasd world I* swinging thai respect .... ...., ..s rifiy of "
everything from Us old governmental week. alN. Iho
away moor a l ssprssslan of
the st the conducted under penalty of attempting to do too gun log sod ..r... W nellhor
Intruding the tale *f Its civItUatloo > * UIt nor oetp
much that will test marksmanship ladm roadlnro. and nVienry of both
would almost Inevitably be to do to tb. rapacity of tb.. popular Haiti or frrtvn.*.. or sower. that ,
worse than nothing, for It must be remembered of war the army and navy In dealing with lb.recent mass to govern- Ily this pathway 4. not freely ......s.. lo every .Air .

that t.ota.tk"Ktr.mWt., Maintain ,High SUtMlsr1. sudden crUls la Cuba- Ilhutnit mankind Is to travel whllnrnoovr Itlead. *.**lt*. Wo wUh .. I....... orkortty
are not In reality leaders of the afresh their rato to the nation. This I* easondi or trade to Yvon
cause In botb the army and the navy there &.. Upon the succos* of this our *
wh' :b resdlneo and efficiency would have wealth, to wisdom east to spirit, hot ,
they but oofoooeoUoo
espouse are ordinarily U urgent need that everything< posslbl great undertaking the hope f buman- .
tbo o who do most to hamper the real been vary much te. .* bad .II not boon of ,.. Irwo .way lo .....,.......+
sbould b* don to maintain th* highest Ity depends.
thl U not lo down .
pull othero
ant
leaders of for the existence of lima general staffIn peeN'
cae* too cause and to damage the standard for the personnel alike as ro- tbo and the general board lathe ?forisn' w* fall to **o Itsolf A* yet tber Is no Ilkellbond aryls the oOcers and the enlisted men.I army" make substantial prosjrsoa toward a eeounoa .roooerliyrwta W a ..tatantta.
of establishing any kind of International do not the tlv* tbat la any service navy. Bother e.a.nttsl to tb* were perfect popular self ......enamftc.I < that w* ay alt 1ewst gveoM ;'

power of whatever sort there Is n Boer body of enlisted mo proper development eve or our military believe It to be true that viewed sad ..,...., .tegeuws. _, .
-"bleb forros afloat and asbor Tb ,11Mwthere
can effectively check wrongdou and of Junior officers than wo hav la against UM bcground' of condition a
and la the troop that wr soot to Cuba were a few OMMtb*, far the ant Uo *:;
ctrcumstsnc* It .
both the array and the navy. Including rectory a .*..,*...., a d.cad agoKorofamool ho r.ear+tiao-t |n.
would be both handled Caws..lr.It was tn* swift' aur..p.set of
a foolish and "u
aa the marine All poosfbt encouragetnrat la l. add ..
corps. saeq
my own eenctry s* sprs the AMMNM osotlneot. band
wag for **t mobataarton and dlepotrti of troop can *
drprty. a great and freo nation to to the enlisted men should be reareda the latttl*at participation I been. will ho ,...*....*l.4 with Jho
iulf-of tno power to protect>> In and otberwte and everything over MIa ever a womptUbod by oor gweminent. of lit. .-ta...."..4..4 rte .
Its given pay I great Place of tb* poopl la the *f i|<**l ......,..
own rights and even In exceptional practicable don to render the Tn tpodltloa landed completely odotuy and honesty with which they ....... in the aral worM ......** at Tn
caw to stand tiptoe tbs rights of oth- service attractive to IDea of the ".btt oqt lpt>**j and ready for |...modlato are .pr.-.f.. la report for law, laro If...... ThU sill no ..IM.nr.* fortwol

era. Nothing would more promote 10Jqcr tTl'& The should b. bald to tnostrictest sorirfj-o. several of Its organisation obe4I.. to the dictates of a aoitnd .*.. .... neo..,..... *f the *..../.u.*
,-" nothing wookT further defer the discharge. of their dory, and to hania} remaining to Havsna over .. '. lho S. part ft AA* Astsrloso oon....,...t*
morality and In .ff.c1' *. and
"n trpoo earth of peaco and right- sbould toe encouraged sight before spotting. op Into d.taeb* pt M .. Me/...ww/ M"|o.t .. ............. '
---.MOS, tttan for the tree and eallght- them a demands spirit not the mete perform.anise moats and going. to tbe r several OSta. ) of administration. I'I'I'll L4 ee ....... ........... M sb.. sets ..fibsrrK
which StfowWo fa time. world bas tal* prog'rs see /tree fell
-.d p.rt'vsar.es. of It
peoples who though with morn It was a on* d.a oastrstloai of the ** duly as
tumbling: of daty. bat the performance of bees mere carted than la Latin. kuwsetly w'-lsb. that asepad d.*tre llosk
and many shortcomings. far more than duty IT It C'OD4or.t.' value' and offteiency etl..J.t&r. AmstVa. Out of the. wr rlK of Indian ......... w .k.. fA time tn. creeks. and
n.vertheles..Mee. toward Jostle. des tbo baoer and the interest of tno American msaltarly It was owlag to lr.* part flgatga and rare eoaOlcts and dellwar noel tIottt.......... of .,.,. '......... amp.
pratly to render themselves "* to the Koral board Coat tao ......
PO"talle "' and la return' the amplest navy 1ft with wts..ge.. seep "
law
naUoo and .. ... .
lief strong .v rajr>et*
loavtag every depottsm and coo.ld>ratloa. abooJd b. tb4ra, was sU at tt* ootrl to meat tfco Co g side at .... Nlwsp.a ...... wore f.rtea.....
barnarisiB armed and ablo to work has rrtsts with such instant xnctoncy.ntp bare criers. Is.4.f.I srecsi.n laa let so heh, ...s ....... se ....w that ..
e.tr1t.ed Wet Total and Annapolis already I cord with u.o fMmeW will ns. ,.. a. ,.. r". .. men .... ---'F fee wnislMwe .
wtn. Tno chance tor tbo nrrsllent oOcerm.! W do not after .... CTrtg oa rfc* ..hor1eat bee. .
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eat
torn pta,.il in. forrtt 'r .*...r* of pa-wee rwahf 1e tee t.ta
etUetnevt of .u.p.... p**<*fatty by need to have taooo school* mad* mr soUse at say threatened peat.e .wee of ite.4 = Lee. w .
the .
Jrt-Urattoa now depoad mainly opon On should. wall tno -... .. corp tm particular' pnaJtt by ,fwooW. UrtWLoystfy M. ..-...4 en wieiia...... sat wa.itse
the poassslsa by too nations tbat ntaolaU the contrary wo ....,...,.'....s . .. ..."... Its ne*.... Its dIg' . .. .. A-w...., ge..ua. ...........
HMi.piwitie sorvtrov Tn
loo eight .f tn* fact fast the . .
taa to never .... rare tI .... as>le'+ea e ...............
do rUU of snfirtrat am 4 aba. of each sebool ls to torn. oat .1 i J army and nary war eweWjo* are of lav ally, It* beater. hss n-a she-is. panS.m ......s ae4 ........ MermIte-. -seam
t-v pwtCta to cnsko tbeir parpooo ,ISM man who ..*. .. abovo .....,..wac cakoaJa'Ie ... two aorrlts. aWp fee |n4liS*.j tM...., TV ant. ..... ., . ........ of ... rs4 tinevel
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*,. lee.-' '. ....- ....... I..... Ins
"- ..*. a fight!** man. la u.. army Inpartlcalar I aid toy. r*>ofvrt* with oontaally lav rule et beers p rssts in. raloof .... Sea of ae' a .......... as see m..ss-I b.srM leer
it I* not ascmssry. tt *tta. I ft"7 andCUHoHee. impnrteo.tlrbesiwg ... .. r>wprty I* fio4. rfM4, and the tndte .t hsc4 .... h ", ..r rwr... .a4. brl+w .. t
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fear from the insincere and unworthy kflTJ disabled victim, to bear the ly. seClTed only by legislation which In live who are themselves most potent

MESSAGE demagogue promising much; and entire burden of such l an inevitable my judgment should provide for the In increasing socialistic, feeling. Oc.
performing
nothing or else performing acrlfl<>e. In other words society withdrawal of these land from ale of tbe most efficient methods: of avert

nothing but erlL woo would set on shirk its duy by laying the whole or from entry save In certain especial lag/ tbe conaequlnce.! of a daner-rcxM

-- the mob to, plunder the rich, as from cost on the victim, whereas the Injury circumstances. The ownership would agitation which Is 60 per cent wrong
f'1 then remain In the United State Is to remedy the 20 per cent of
from
tbe crafty corruptlonUt who for hi* cornea what may be called the evil
1y or tnia type which should not. however attempt to as to which the agitation Is well found.
own end would permit the common legitimate risk of the trade Compensation \
work" them but permit them to be ed. The best way to avert the
people to be exploited by tbe 'very for a worked by private individuals under a undesirable move for,the gO'VE'rnncLI:
wealthy. If we ever Jet this government in any line of industry to the actual
Call Into the hands of men of condition under which that IndustryIs royalty ny :t 'm. the government keeping ownership,of railways is to Be, "urcfIT:
r Much' contrjl as to permit It to see the government on behalf of the
1 either of these two clamea we shall carried on should be paid by that p"t
that no "xctMNtre price. was charged pie as a whole such adequate '>';ntro
show |
ft ourselves false to America's past portion of the community for the benefit -
y "Preachers. of Moreover the demagogue and the cor- of which itho Industry is carried<< nll1m.: >rH. It would of course be as and regulation of the great Interstate

lr, w tent.r, niptlonlst often work hand In hand. on-that Is. by those who profit by the neccs3.t-y: t'* s-pe"\T-a the rate charged common carriers as will do away: with

U labor and cap- There are at this moment Wealthy reactionaries Industry. It the entire trade risk I* ty the common carrier to transportthe the evils which give rise to the agitation .
,.:ui-t .IH! t'-e! rates charged by Against them. Ro the proper .
of pt aatldote
4* affecting' both such obtuse moralitythat placed upon, the employer he will
the f ho*<" who ml tie It. and tbe supervision to the dangerous and wicked
t des unions there they regard public servant- promptly and properly add It to the
extr'iJ t' fb3onJuct: of the com- agitation against tbe men of wealth
; who prosecutes them when they violate coot court j U
; jre Important to rebt legitimate of production and as-
mon ('fIurl!'r:*. so tliat beT shall In nowo such I Is to secure by proper legislation
the law who seeks to make
; elaoy. and that U or them seas' It proportionately upon the consumers .
|done by preacher of bear their proper share of th*.,public of his commodity. It la therefore fav-jr ouitouir'Ctltor at the expense and executive action the abolition of the
Tile withdrawal of abuses which actually do
of nno.her grave obtain
,' These*ore the men burdens as being even more objectionable clear to my mind that tbe '!aw
those cqal lands would constitute n t In connection with tbe business use
of
te a ''violent claw than tbe violent agitator; wbo should place this entire "risk of a
analogous' to that which has wealth under our present system
a, not wealth, They bounds on the mob to plunder the rich. trade" upon the employer. Neither the policy or.
There Is nothing to choose between been foil;?*?.! In withdrawing the forest rather no system, of failure to exercise
and proper tndveter federal law nor/ a. far as I am Informed control all.
lands frotu oi'dia.t".fleUlement.: any"adequate at Some
such a reactionary and such
control of corIng an agitator the state laws dealing /with
/ The coal liko tile tompl. should toe persons speak as If the exercise of such
.
Fundamentally they are alike In
away' with the thq question of employers liability are
the" of the public. governmental control wojjjd do
| with wealth Into a their *elfl_li disregard of the rights of snfQclently thoroughgoing. The fed treated nM property away
and Its e.uItal: MUJU d be under comlltlona with the freedom of tnd'1ldual Inlta-:
other, and It Is
-, Ion I excitement and natural that they eral law should of course Include employees .
ty -
which would 'nure to the benefit tive and dwarf Individual effort. TL's!
should
In
c. the aim I* to lathe Join opposition to any movement lu yard, arsenals and
brutal passions of which the aim I* tearleu'l,. to'.do the like. navy of the public as a tv'hote.CORPORATION Is not a fact It would be a verttaUa
calamity to fall tt> put a premium
ail. upon
S sinister Jemagogueaties exact and even Justice to '
.
individual initiative. Individual c
who'aro alway Railroad Employ...' Hours, ;and Eight - "
AS-TO. LABOR DISPUTES.Federal ty: and effort upon the energy;,;: r
A -r e/ such a campaign Hour Law. CCN'R L. peter and foresight which It la RO !:a.

letltncs seek to ash e I cat) your attention to ,the need of portaut encourage In the Individual t

"1 I, with those working passing the bill limiting .the number Commission of Conciliatios''andArbitration' But. as a platter of fact the deadeningand
at CarlyDate
em la governmental of hours of employment of'railroad employee v Needed. Far More Complete Supervision degrading: effect pt pure socialism,

s' and sometimes *. Tho measure is a very mod The commission' appointed by the Required. and especially of Its extreme form

1, 'i/f/ reformer In erate one. and I can conceive of no' serious president Oct 10. 10O2. at the requestof The present congress!' has taken Ions communism and tbe destruction of la-

t ., Worst enemies of objection to It. Indeed, so tara both the anthracite coal operatorsand strides In the direction of securing" dividual character which they would

L' >fetts to adv cate. It is In our power., It should be our miners, to Inquire Into, consider proper supervision and cbntrol? by the bring about are In part achieved by

: -4 /ors"of.. sensational aim steadily to reduce the number of I and pass upon the questions' In controvtrsy national goveruiueut over co'1'OruUon"en ) i the' wholly unregulated competition

'k'c" tr" t r magazine ore hours of labor, with as a goal tbe general I In connection with the strike u ed in Interovfite bu Iue8n. aud the which results In a single individual or

nil men who are Introduction of an eight; hour day.. In anthracite iltglona: of Pennsylvania enormous majority,. of corporations of I corporation rising at the expense of all

M >', it effort to better. There and/ Industrie 'In which It 111 ftbe and tbe cau,*sx>ut of which the : any .(ze are engaged In Interstate bul- others until his. or its rise effectually

t octal ,and gpvernof not possible that the hour of labor controversy arose, In their report. findIng ness. The pas*ee:of the railway rate checks all competition and reduce

,- should bo 'reduced! just a* there are and award expressed the beifff bill and only .tp u'fess degree the passage former competitors to a position of utter

i W the neb roan as communities not far enough/ advanced ,"that the state and *federal" governments of the pUTe f6od( bill And the provision Inferiority and subordination

' : .a campaign of elan'not for such a movement to be for their should provide the machineryfor for increasing and renderingmore In enacting and enforcing such legislation &

( him to seek good or. If In the tropics. BO situated| what be called the compulsory effective national control over tbe as,thl. congress already has to>>

amt to madness that there Is no analogy, between their Investigation" may of controversies between beef packing Industry mark an Important i I its credit we are working on a coherent

'r' "1Lee.: .are bard and ,needs and.ours In this. matter. On the employer! and employee when advance In the proper direction.In j plan with the steady endeavor to secure

bt mental' train-- Isthmus of Panama for Instance, tho they arise." This expression of belief the abort session It will perhaps be j the needed reform by the joint
itlMal' to nppie- :conditions In difficult do much further along this of tbe moderate the plain
are every way *p different 1* deserving of the favorable consideration action men.
Ute doctrines from what they are here that an of the congress and the enactmentof line and 1t may be beat to wait until 1 I men who do not wish anything b.rl-

oatnmlt. n crime : eight hour day would) be> absurd, just its provisions Into law. A bill has the law Lure: been In operation for n terlcal or dangerous, but who do III-

e t dto; bo false I as It I* Absurd no far a* the isthmus already been Introduced to this end. number of mouths before endeavoringto I t "nd to deal In resolute common sense

a nato and tradlnntlottal I I. concerned were white labor cannot Itecord show that during the twenty Increase their scope, because only operation i I fashion with tbe 'real and great evils
will show with exactness their
f: life: More- be employed, to bother ns to whether year from Jan. 1, 1881. to nee 31. of the present system. The reaction
'aChl. and their shortcomings and thus I
merits I
such
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IJr and
the necessary work hi done by alien 1000 there were strikes affecting 117. aries and the violent extremists snow
define what further .
q ."'iao'a livelihood and 'a'S' black men or by alien yellow men lint G09 establishment. and 0.108.094 employees give opportunity to symptoms of joining hands against at.
Is needed.
c .j ., to some of those wbo the fcazeworkers of the United !States were thrown out of employment remedial legislation/ Doth assert for instance that If lop
' Yet. In Judgment. It will In the end
t. and result In the my
r may are of so high/ a, grade that alike from During the same period there be advisable In connection with the leal we should go to government ownership

}jitlcnl success of others.an tbe merely Industrial standpoint and were 1,00; lockouts. Involving nearly packing house Inspection law to pro of railroads and the like the reactionaries

".: every such movement from the civic standpoint It should be 10,000 establishments throwing overa label because oa such an leavetbey.ihink
tbe
J vide for putting a date on
rill: or else will provoke aiiOrt. onf" to do what the would stand with
, : object} we can -In tho million people out of employment. and for charging the cost of Inspection people
which
will Itself ren direction of ,securing the general observance These .strikes and lockouts Involved an to tbe ker. All these law have them while tbe extremists care ratherto
I.a
t.u | ,undoing the mis- of an eight hour 4a,.. Until estimated loss to employees of 307. already Justified their enactment Tbe preach discontent and agitation than

tliT demagogue nl recently the eight hour law' on our 000,000 and to employers of 143000. Interstate! commerce law. for Instance to achieve solid results. A* a matter

;but also In undoing thee federal statute books bas! beet very OOO. a total of 9450.000.000. The public has rather amusingly falsified tbe predictIons of fact our position Is as, remote from

,hoiH.t reformer. ti.e scantily *observed. Now. however Buffered directly and Indirectly probably both of those who asserted that of the Bourbon reactionary as

,.'of; popular* right has largely through the Instrumentality of a* great additional IOMU Hut the that It would ruin tbe railroad and of from* that of tbe Impracticable or slo-

; laboriously' aCble'Yed.1 tbo bureau of labor. it Is being rigidly money loss, great as 1t wad, did not those who asserted that It did not go bates visionary. We hold that the government

nev'o1-ao. rlf* enforced, and I shall speedily be able : measure the anguish and suffering en- far enough: and would accomplish should not conduct the bud-

..1 the demagogue and i to say whether or not there 1* need of clued by the wives and children of nothing. During the last five" month ness! of the nation but that It should

nr full sway. because In I further legislation In reference thereto employee whose pay stopped 'when the railroad have shown increased. exercise such supervision as will insure

,% III** alt moral bands. ...* I! for our purpose is to see It obeyed their work stopped, or the disastrous earnings and some of them unusual Its being conducted In tbe Inter

, ("x5, and hysteria and son In spirit no lens than In letter. Half effect of the strike or lockout upon tbe dividends, while during;: the same period *st of the nation. Our aim Is. so far

4c replace the spirit of sound holidays during summer should be established business of employer, or the Increase tbe were taking: effect of the law" as pay be. to secure tor all deceit

,N. .wl, fair"dealing as between for /government employee In the cost of product and the Inconvenience has produced au unprecedented, a hardworking men equality of oppoi

r4- ,x. In sheer revolt against It I la a* desirable for wagaworker who and loss to the public. hitherto unheard' of. number of voluntary tunlty and equality of burden.Ntccslty .

'anarchy thus produce toll with their hand a* for salaried Many of these strikes and lockouts reductions In freights and fares ef Combinations.

tn the end! to turn towardwho officials whose labor Is mental that I "would not have occurred had the parties by the railroads. Since tbe founding The actual working of our laws bat

xq restore order, and there should be a reasonable amount to tbe dispute been" required" to appear of tbe commission there has never beena shown that the rtTort to prohibit aUrembinatlou
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relief 'at being free from of holiday. before 'an unprejudiced body rrpjfwcntlng time of equal length In which any"* good or bad. Is noxloos

burdens of class hatred. Labor ef Women and Children. the notion and. face to fara. thing like so many reduced tarIa..have where It I. not Ineffective.' Comblu-
JI 6u. ; state tbe reasons for been put effect Aug. 27. thou of like combination of U'
The congress at Its last session wisely capital
for, Mme time be aroused most Instance the dispute would Instance, two days before the new law
provided for a truant court for the bore Is a necessary element of our present
ttton: against jntderd by be duo to Into effect the commission
} doubtless be found to a went received '
District of Columbia, a marked .tep In Industrial system., It Is not possible
1th. so that they' permit a misunderstanding b7' each of tbe notice of over C.OOO separate If It
advance the path of properly caring completely to prevent" It. and
wtU of thavery abuses which other's rights, aggravated by an unwillingness tariffs' which represented reductions -
Let were possible such
for the children. me again urge complete preTra
.in' part responsible tot the orlgi of either party to accept" a* from previous rates.It
that the congreO provide for a thorough ton would'do damage to the body politic.
outbreaks The one hope for sue true tbe statement of the other a* to must not be supposed, however to
.
Investigation of the condition What we need Is not vainly
for our people lies la' n resolute the justice or Injustice of tbe matt..sIn that with the passage of these' laws'it"
of child labor and of the labor of worn I try to prevent all combination but to>>
.'i* d,fear Jets but sane and cool' headed dispute The exercise of a judicial will be possible to stop progress along
and
eu lu the United State. More secure such rigorous and adequate C'OO'trot
a vahco along tbe path marked out spirit by a disinterested body representing the line of Increasing the power of the
to and combltulions -
more our people are growing repot supervision' of the
)utl'el\l't-; very cougresa.. There I the federal government such national government ever the use of
which tbo
also the fact that the questions as to prevent their Injuring
toast be a tern refusal to be misled : p* would be provided by a commissionon capital In Interstate commerce. For
of Industrial but of eoclal Inevitably
are not merely public or existing In such form as
Into following( either that base creature all other, conciliation and arbitration would example, there will ultimately be need UM
outweigh for
Importance I' to threaten Injury
who appeals and pandora to the low tend to create an atmosphere of friend'I'nes of enlarging the powers of the Interstate
and these two (question most emphatically mere fact that a combination has secured
.at:" InsUacta and passions ''order to come In the category of thoee and conciliation between contending commerce commission along several control of
practically complete
arouse one net of American. against parties, and tbe giving each different line, eo a* to. give It a I
In the far reaching
which affect most a necessary of life would under soy
their l fellows or that other ,..turo. way the home life of the nation. The aide an equal opportunity to present larger and more efficient control over circumstances" show that such comb

equally base, but uo baser who In a horror Incident ta: the employment of fully. It* case la the presence of tbe the railroads. nation was. to be presumed to be *<1'
of to accumulate or' other would p"revent many dispute Lgtststi9n tho Proper Antidote.
spirit greed or young children ID factories or at work verse to the public Interest It If c::_
add to an already huge fortune seek anywhere are a blot on our ctvllbu" from developing Into serious strike or I Tt cannot too often bo repeated that

to exploit his fdlow American with tlon. It I* true that each state must lockout and In other cases wooU experience: baa conclusively shown the (Cooiloood on Ig Nioe. Ceeilo 3.J

oallou disregard to their welfare of ultimately' settle the question In Its enable tbe commission to persuade the impossibility of securing by the action

i: t soul and body. The man who debauches own way but a thorough omclal Investigation I opposing parties to come to term of nearly half a hundred different state & SOS

I other tn order to obtain a of the matter with the results In this age of great corporate and l\- legislatures anything" but Ineffective GEO.S.BACKER

1 high offtc stands on an evil equalityof I I published broadcast would great combinations neither employer nor chaos In the way of dealing with the KAJlVPAcrcaK1LI 01r

corruption" with the man who dobattcfae ty help toward arousing the public con employer should be left completely .t great corporation which do not operate

other for financial proOt and science and securing unity of state the mercy' of the stronger' party: to a explosively within the limit of

when hatred I* sown the crop which. action In the matter. There I.. bow dispute regardless of the rlghtenons *- any one state. In some method,, whether ESr :

prleg. up can only be evIL ever, one law on the subject which of their re.pectiv. ,,.claim Tbe by a national Uceneo law or tn other n
because proposed measure won.'. In the line fashion we most exercise. and that at a
Immediately -
enacted
wDmgeflue' and C.rruptl."let.riiM should' be !"
of securing reeegfnlttott'tbe fact that an early date a far mont compute -
need for an nvstga>
plain peopl.Twbo think-the me.siaaaIo. there Is no
In many strikes the pubf1c.1tlt.D control than at preeent over these .
the failure .
*. farmer, merchants" workers lion In reference thereto al Interest which cannot wisely be dln'can.a.daQ . great corporation control that wilt &
discreditable' to the
the to whom to enact It U
riUl head or hand rusts
Interest not merely ot gnml 1 among other thing, prevent the evil
I A drastic and .. -
ABrlcan tradition are dear, who I3vetlwtr \ national government.
ronventenee. for tbe question of n of exrelv orercapltatlxatloa: sad
and to act decently thoroughgoing child labor law mould *
country try just and proper pawls policy mast to that will compel the disclosure by each ::
of Columbia
bo enacted for the District
try their (ejwghboro-ow* It to them bt< corporatUio of Its .toefcboUtra and

.entire to retnember! that the most and the terrltorle be MMdd.mt la all legislation -w.1 of It* f"P'rt' aDd bastae**. whether

damaging blow that can be given popu Employer* Liability. Und It 1* writ au advance "\l1 owned ine" tty or through subsidiary

'tar government t* ta"elect .unworthy Amone the excellent Laws which the testing each step by the ftC'tUa' ***..*. ow aslUated corporatlona.' This will and Jlatenal:

and olntrrtrr agitator oa a platform of congress' passed at the last tesakea was The step pr|ose d rata wy t>. .*..*,. t.i.d to pat a atop to tbe securing oftwtirdUwte Building ,

.Ttaleace and hypocrisy. 'n.OOOTfOrh an etnployev liability law. It wall a taken for the deceea0 of Ux evsa.rM ftDC.. by: favored Individual .

an Issue U raised la this country marked ,step tn advance to- get tb Jon would not l.*s>4 the parttr. ta legal at tbo espouse whether of to* gvnrl : CUAKLKSTOX.H. C

;nothing can be gained, by Cinching recognition of employer liability oa fashion and yet "wottM give a .terw. piths. tb* stockLoUNr or the Banilm

tfroni It. tor la such cat democracy Uclbtelf the statute boofc, bet DM law did cot for paMte optofcm .. ..tr atua' awl I wageworkvr Our effort obeold b* rots Sub, Weights, Cord

oa trial popular self government go far enough. In 81'tte ut all precaution thus to exert He toil t.vrtsr for t.j* rtM ttturlk ,. prevent cwoeotMUtlott" a..srb .

reader republican"" forma 1* itself oattrlal. exercised by employer" there are Withdraw .? Gel Lartf. but -o. to .vpn*. ...s'central' ...A.N"DGLAS8

'" .. Tba triumph of the mob la just J unavoidable arddetit aDd even death: It t* not wt* drat the. _t..** ffejejUlalWwate It a. t* see that It results ta no Lams

'M ertl a thing .. the triumph ot the Involvtd la nearly vry line of trasl- Its r-caatttCNtf tsar 1*..tot 1 to the rros.a The rearttoaary rWtrs

.hitocrcy, and to bar escaped oneDanger sne.* connected wtth the mechanic. art*. hv ''''I'oQnu'wfiO 1Nw. f *t* Ht roaMwative sjx4rlt for Oe

tt avails nothing wbate,r
:' to tbe other. In the tad the reduced' to a mtolmma. hot it canllot tcml ettrwy her ind* ***4 assir' < meter. trA rmtcret .. a step towardwxUENta _
;JhoiM>st man. whether rich or poor who be ed.' It t* a ,', x
< cowplt ry erimtat or t. atl ftrvfcafetttry a n'. altrf a BMtUrr of fart. It ..
.Mros bU own tiring aod tries to deal frrt aortal tajmttr to comp*! the The: Q"'U-Q.. hswttV .. rats ter 1" 04 the*e ...actS. Mn** sad nibs eeeeserva Advertise The Sun.b .

t1N1lf ,Jay fete follow. ba,, *s tn1lx j10n01O7Me, Qt'. ratlvei. ttw faintly: of the

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ovooo oooooooooooo white man suspected>> of crime Every
P ooo Christian pair rot tn America needs to

0 lift up his vole In loud and eternal

d' Dunaed from r..ge One) o Sco, t..s Emulsion strengthens enfeebled tg \) protest against the mob spirit that Is

threatening the Integrity of this republic -

entu- ,,,t. although the congress' naa ro- nursing:. mothers by increasing their flesh and g ," Governor JelUs or Alabama.

.Iy i passed legislation' endeavor- +. has recently spoken a* follow: Tbe

I'C"t'l a;'(lit a atoll to this evil, the dlffi"f. o nerve force. lynching or any person for whatever

:":: t obtaining proof upon which to g crime Is Inexcusable anywhoro. It Is a

2, rasecutlon In these ewes Is soL It deflai.ro of orderly government But
provides baby with the
tlr. fat
', 'at this la the ant case'that necessary o tbe killing or Innocent people under

ever been brought In tht. court. and mineral food for o shy provocation la infinitely more bar
lid I. healthy growth;
tibia and
I am Informed this case and yet Innocent people! are likely
anda. brought In Philadelphia to die when a mob's terrible lust Itt I
ALL
recently DRUCCISTSl .
AND 9I.OO.
oae cases'that have ever been once aroused, The lesson ls thU: No;;

are brought the only in the eastern part of thisfoantty OOO > ; ooo8. good citizen can afford to countenance

In fact but few cases of this a defiance of the statutes no matter AU
what the provocation. The innocent cworn

kind baTe east ever or been west.roNow.under pute between tbe parties and thereforeIf hold the respect of all and wbo cannot frequently suffer and It I I. my obserration sw

country circumstances I am 'forced to Improperly granted may: do Irreparable be reached and made to pause and more usually suffer than tttwKtillty.

the.e conclusion In .A case In which the wrong. Yet there are many judges deliberate by tactile public crltlcl-m. The white people of the south

the clear and the facts are soflagrant echo assume a matter of course granting ,,i In the case of Judges having a life Indict the whop colored race on the w.MN
proof Is so of a be ground that e'fE'n' the bettor elements
preliminary Injunction to tenure Indeed, their very Independence
It Is the duty of the court to ,
which shall In some degree -i I the ordinary and proper Judicial disposition makes the right freely to comment on lend no assistance! whatever In ferretIng M
fir a penalty of such cases and there have undoubtedly -:i their decision of greater Importance. out criminals of. their own color Woman who sulP
with the
be commensurate gravityof : been flagrant wrongs committed -i j I because It .la;' the only practicalnnd Tho respectable colored people must Vora Ilealactlos, sit
As between the two defendants !j
the offense. by Judges In connection with''available Instrument In tbe- bnnd of learn nut tohnrbor'their' criminal, but em' dnestoatorpid 1

In my opinion, the principal I labor disputes even within the last few 1': a free people to keep such Judges alive to assist!! the odlccrs lu bringing them not llll their Rtoomol

penalty should be Imposed on the cor years although I think much less often I i j to the reasonable demands of those 1 to Justice Tills la the larger crimes and otherHERDINQ ,

poration.: Tbe'tramc manager In this than In former years. Such Judges by they serve. and It provokes such attocloun offrniio QUI

cue presumably acted without any ad-I I their unwise action Immensely .tl'@ngthI I I I|l I On tile other band, the danger of as the one at Atlanta. Tht to races Biliousness, C

vantage to himself and without any Interest en the bands of those who are striving destroying the proper Influence of Ju- I can never ft on until there I* an tinderstandlng and lover* Dv.

in the transaction either by the entirely to do away with the power of dlclal decisions by: creating unfounded' on the part of both ta and all Liver '

direct authority or In accordance* with Injunction and therefore such careless j I|I prejudices against the courts Justifies make comtmtii cause with the law Mrs. O. U. lh

vast be understood to be the policy or use of the Injunctive process tends to i and require that unjust attacks shall abiding against criminals of any color" Falls.Tex. write

the wishes of his employer.The 1 threaten Its very existence, for If the 'I be met and answered. Courts tuuxt Ultimately Treat Each Man"Justly. burs the lHnt liver

sentence of this court In this American people ever become convinced .! rest their defense UIK>U the inherent I Moreover, where any crime committed ovor sully trtfKl and, myiwlfnrcKn. ithan
case Is that the defendant I'omeroy: for that this Is abused '
process habitually of tbe
strength opinions they
i, : by n member ono race against n I roorxnrhititlns.'d
each of the six offenses upon which be whether In matters laboror
: affecting deliver tbo %
aa ground for their conclusions member of another race Is. aviMiyod lu a
baa been convicted be fined the sum In matters affecting corporations. It and must trust to the calm and I I such fashion that It seems as It lint PRICK

of 11,000. making six fines amounting will be well nigh- Impossible to prevent deliberate judgment of all the peopleas the Individual criuilual but the white .
In all to tbe sum of $OdOO, and the defendant : Its abolition.As their best 'vindication M I'
Ballard Snow
1 race, la attacked the result Is to vxns '
the New York Central and i
,.
to Public Opinion. '
Criticism of JucTgss. petite to the highest degree rare frelIng
nodson Hirer Railroad company, for I It may be the highest duty: of a judge There is one consideration which I There la but one safe rule In dealIng ST. LOUIS. ,
each of the six crimes of which It has
at any given moment to disregard not should bo taken luto account by the with buck men as with \\hlte men:

been convicted be fined then sum of : merely the wishes of Individuals of good people wbo carry a sound proposition I It Is the same rule that must |M> .a|>' !

flS.000. making.six Ones, amounting In great political or financial power, but to an excess In objecting any plied In dealing with rich wen! sod poor Sold and k

the aggregate to tbe sum of S1O3.OOO beI I the overwhelming tide of public sentiment criticism of a Judge's decision! Tbe Instinct lien-that Is, to treat each luau "whatever ", 1t. M. JO1I.>l MlueiitMry ?
and judgment to tnat,effect will and the Judge who does thus disregard
of the American people as a his color. Isis creed o- hU social
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entered In this case. I I public sentiment when It Is whole is sound In this matter. They t tI position with even b"nI.JuaUl" tin '

8ttng! Aside of Judgmenjjp Grant. wrong who brushes aside the plea of I will not subscribe to the doctrine that i ii his tool worth us n man White |>ettI tiou of fl\l u'a whole UOll. /Iu( < '
i I our pIn u
Ing of New Trials. 1 any special Interest when the pleadingIs i any public servant Is to bo above all.. |I pie owe It quite aa much to themselves

In connection with tins matter I not founded on righteousness, performs i' criticism. If the bout cltUeu. .those I| as to the colored raco to treat woll semis every. those fouttmiult who U*......

would like to call attention to the very: tbe highest service 'to tbe coun I most competent to express their Judg-, the colorml man who shows by his life wmil,1 tlf deprived *Cdnl '

unsatisfactory state of our criminal try. Such a Judge Is deserving of all I ment In such matters, and above all ,i that he deserves anus trtHitnieut. for It 1t"'lh"l! _ciano''

lair resulting In large part from the honor, and all honor cannot be paid to those belonging to the great and honorable I Is surely l the lilghiMit wisdom<< to encourage to th. totes ||

babit of setting aside the Judgments of this wise and fearless judge If we permit .profession of the bar. so profoundly tii the colored race all those true of one portion.'

interior courts on technicalities absolutely -' the growth of an absurd conven- Influential In American life Individual who are bones Industrl .
of .bull.. ,. It IsMS as
; unconnected with tbe merits of tion which would forbid any criticism take the position that there shall t h. no ou... law abiding and Mho therefore for the whit marl.

tile case and where there ISilo attempt !'! of the judge of anotber type: wbo criticism of a judge under any circumstances -' make good and safe tu>lgtil>ors and cltItcus. If he Is wlM, wilt 41.tlh..ltn

to show that there has been any failure '. shows himself timid In ttto presence of their view wilt not be accepted I llewsnl or punish the Individ, In n mass to

of substantial justice. It would be' arrogant disorder.- woo on Insnfflf by the American People as a whole. In 1 II ,1 ual on his luerlts as an ImllvKttial. and womanhood wilts
well to enact a law providing f clent Injunction such event the people will turn to and
something grounds grants an I Evil will surely cause In the' end ta Uh1luHtlnnahl,. ftducatl.
: to the effect that JI I I that does grave Injustice, or wbo In i I tend to ac."t"f'pt'.a Justifiable the Intemperate both races If Wit stitwtltut for this obtAln..1 In our public

No judgment shall be set aside or '. his capacity as a conepr. and there and Improper criticism uttered just rule Hi.' habit of treating all licemembers dd rrytblng toward i.nak:

new trial granted In any cause civil for In part a maker of the law In by unworthy agitators. Surely It Is a of the race gtHiil and lad
good citizen but It doe"
!I t" misfortune to leave to such critics .
or criminal on the ground of misdirection flagrant fashion thwarts tbe cans of a alike. There Is no question of "social
lowest and most brutal' ,
: of the Jury or.the Improper ad. I I decent government. The Judge has a i function right In Itself which theyar equality or "ucuro doiulnatlou Involved. ,;
:
those, for InstMitc, who:
mission or rejection of evidence or forftT'Or power over which no review CAD be certain to abuse. Just and temper vuly the question of relentless.ly .
as to anT matter or pleading or 1 exercised. lIe himself sits In review J I ate criticism, when necessary' is a punishing bal luau anti of securingto crime of rapeare In tuna'
I Ity men who hay hadcation
procedure unless In the opinion of the '! upon the acts of both the executive safeguard against the acceptance by time good man tbe right to his life.

court to which tbe application Is made. 'i I and legislative branches of the govern- f the people aa a whole of that lutetn- Ills liberty and 1I'.lm..ult of Ills bsppl, almost or Invariably very" little menproperty jtu,

after an examination of the entire',. menu Save la the most extraordinarycases : pirate antagonism toward the Judiciary news .. his own qualities of heart, bead for time t -t"
combated manby
which be
cause. It shall affirmatively appear that be Is amenable only at the bar must by and band enable him to arhlav It.
out of his
the error complained of baa resulted In of public opinion and It.4s nnwls tomalnt.ln every right thinking man and which. If 1 I Every colored man should mills that .asrntngsawho !
educatlua.
:
became acquires
It widespread the ,
among ;
peo-
a miscarriage of Justice. that In refer
public opinion
the worst of his la tb.
enemy race negro '
I pie at large. would constitute a dire ed above mete brutalrour
ence to a man with such power shall
criminal anti above all th.
menace to tb* republic. negro ** tb. bust type otb ,
neither be expressed nor led. j!'! criminal. wbo cotuuilta the dreadful.
WISDOM IN INJUNCTIONS. colored man, fjikvusuch J
:
Tbe best judges have ever been foremost I(I crime of rape, and It should' bIt felt education a* la'

to disclaim any Immunity from 1 as In the highest degree ail offense '
cboola like Hampton i a
Proper UM of This Power Rather Than criticism. This has been tree sine the EPIDEMIC OF LYNCHING.. against the whole country acid against when tb. boy and Ruts. '
i days of the great English Lord Chan- the colored In ;
for
its Aboiiiiva DcmarJcd.ta i race particular a men and young women are
I celjor Parker, wbo said "Let all peo- Rule of Mob RepreMaU Lsealsc .1 colored luau to fall to help Ih* ofttrera duatrlalry as well as I Iputflle 10
ny last mesnage I suggested the l| pie be at liberty to know what I found
Bands of ClvlHxtUoa. of the law In'"nnlloa down with all school. brsnche
enactment of law In connection with
a I
Judgment that so when Y
upon
I my posslbl earnestness and seal.
the Issuance of Injunctions, attention have given It In any cans others maybe In connection with the d.lays'of the very of these srnool turn
such Infamous offender Ioreorer, In
having been sharply drawn to the matter at liberty to judge of me." Tb law I call your attention sod the attentlon great majority of eve
the of '
judgment crime should
by the demand that the right of proprieties of the case were. set forth of tile nation to the prevalenceof my rape any of tbam taceme
always b* punished with death I
aa *
applying (Injunctions In labor cases with singular clearness and good temper trim among us, and, above all to what IHI1* crlmlnslitytak

should be .... It Is at by .Judge W. It. Taft when a, United the epidemic of lynching and mob .... the ease with murder Assault with Hi. form of that
Intent lo commit sbouhl l tussle.
whether rp >* '
least doubtful a law abolUh- States circuit Judge. eleven years lance that springs up. bow In ODe part which lathes lynch law*
a capital crime, at least In the dlscr
of In beor. Earls nat. of these ,..tlOfs.-/
log altogether the use of Injunctions In In 18O5j ITb our country now a DOt \
ago. section north, south east or west has lion of the court and provision should matter of that every otl.*r
soth be mad by which the. putiUhmeot. .,
matfollow who td u..
In which ease, of course. the to critlcls Judicial Action la of vastly I Its own faults. No section can with man or wmnsn a
lefcUlatloit' would be Ineffective! Moreover to the body politic wisdom spend Its tlm jeering at UM immediately upon the b ,.1. of useful and b M.orstil* as ti. win
more Importance the offense. while th* trial should' t* of .boa.
< I believe It would be wrong altognher tban the Immunity of courts and faults of another section. It should Rood will and reelect sasswho.
to the of Injunctions. and attack. be bay trying to ....eJWt .It. owa abort'' so conducted' that the victim veal. not I .* neightx ties. or else tstnbelp
prohibit nee from unjust aspersions ;
It la criminal to permit .,..mpa.th Judge. Nothing tends' more to render coming To deal with the dime ofcorruption be wantonly shamed while giving t atl. i . eta whole rob*.-cS ran a* It

,. for criminals to weaken our hands Judge careful In their decisions and It Is nraaary to bar asawakerwif loony sat that the .last posslbl put bit btll.1lJa no oilier way for neap
coasdnc and IMty sttatl be ahe. lo the 4talt himself the who Ii"
In publiC! to the sjegro msn
upholding the law and If men seekto anxiously solicitous to do exact Jostle
destroy: life or property: by mob vlo- than' the consriousne that every .octof supplement this by whatever legislation .,i Tb members of th* whit .e.. on moet t* help lb.. negro to hi,* ,

!fence there should be no Impairment of thetas I* to 1,* subjected to th. Intel. will| add spwed and certainty la UM.1ft"DUOII > the other band should understand thatevery algJ. ...r who lives near hint mud ... '
the sl candid crtttHMn of the taw When we deal lynching rrprsnt by just eo steady effort slKMild lee to better ttltM
power of tip courts to deal with Ilgent\ scrutiny ;,
then fellow Such crttlclsni I* with lynching area more I Is aeye4afy. i i flush a loueenlng of the bands *f etrlllMUoa '. r.Uttoti_ Ii-Hween the. Iw*. OfSMrit :
In tbe most and effective 1 of their men. i
summary A white \ that ties. spirit of iywtblag ut ttHM atbooi4' Ialra .
far beoefiHal In proportion as It l I. fair. great many town ar* lyncbed. though the benefit ;
possible. Bat as
: tIO pa'alble
way the abuse of the sboold be II dlspasstonst. dtscrintloaUncc based ; bat the crlat Is pecwlUrly. frtxjoent la Inevitably throws Into prsmlnenr In tIHtI 10 their; ralowrl Iwplhe and t4 ttltat..:,

provided<< against "I' some power such taw as on a knowledge; of sound legal respect la black wen Tb gvtt .*. j the
I ad r nested past. rear.la ciple. Tb rot/o>eot. made by .rrt..1 bating raus of lyacnlng ts the pfp ; who dwell therein JIlo.... .o4 wtitbr Ih* bttfit ba "** ,

this of there Is ed text writers and by the acute trance pecfklly by black user, of ran take; part In lit* torture tt a tea. teen. st west a. great to the whits ',

lodged matter Injunction tors of the various law reviews. upon the hideous. maw of rap, tb* mostabocatnabl man being without I'tavlag bU own people among whom these r tor4 ..
In the harxU of the a
M** which Is nevertheless Judiciary judicial dffcttton are ttterefor highly t la all the .....&1017 of moral nature. penaatMrutly k.wr*... pit lit. after lt..y and..... ;rII.

subject sary power useful. Sou critics roti-tltat crimes, oleo wr.* than order. a'*... Every lybcblag mesas jeer s t murk .. II r.m" wterwl., furthermore. t
to of
the gravebus
*. It. possibility sbonfcl be or lees Im-.Mtlal trittmaU *f 1 freqoeotly svrug th* cocnmtsstoa of I BMrsI drterkmitbrti |O all Ut. cttlhlrim Imtlvkluato who, wn..

xerrUed with* a power n..nd sborild atonal oplatoa before wbleb earls 1DOt'.1 tits nnt. by Ukeaiselve lortvrtfig to t; whit trace any knowledge; *f it sad I ly. frmtt evil t. ptrr. from gr40r

be subject to the extreme je.laa* *rrol10y of all meat I* made te-/ stand or fall death the man coca mil Uag It. thus :i tUernfor jet .* mesh UU4MMil .roe. j I I I. or< tn a ..pi.t ..f. ba*. dg ......

wo. and coodem nation slxxild be met. merlU sad thus wart a strongwlu- I II. arenglog la bestial faaoloo a beUal W* fur the soil generation of Await .>*,. IwlwU In .a.. tagammatary

.d oat" .. ranch to the Jwftre who falls enc .. secure taU r.lly of I deed ctrl redacfng Umaselv** ta a eras ia **uUry*peb. *.awl writings wUWii

let o.. n boldtjr when fmre,.ary as t. flat nooprt '*....
the jodg who owes It wantonly or opPreeastvety by no mean. wltiMwit It. o**. .so.ss grow by what It feeds.. I but let II |M> J-tlc* aadvr tb* law andnot ,1M.I.. ant **ly tba. .adl. the m.b,

strong rcrompaaKoL' a. U often. M. by a dins t ''I vpoo.. sad wVra so.ti. tegln to lytkca | lb. wild and crva4 savagery sfTbr lot alas. ft. .4 try wbat rrtmfseI0ig' "S'" \ 'I.

ueagh to I*Of/rmttrMr ilir his a oBc Jndg will ..ajeta attack upis tb* Jdtrlal falm. .. ...t 1 for rap they spe*'IHy xtrod the a mob call -**nnt.9tttm't greatly to .r*..ir
.. sphere *f their> 0 a I...* dart fyncti sl .t repetition of tt. '
UHP t ..11. the tttilw a
*
any rrwort <>) vtoUroe or Intimi motive of the wrwfiats H..,. .l wld .. 1t4...... ,
for If th* law t. bt the .*-.*. *-f for nsay a4lier. ktod .f crimes,, *.. OkSttwoUiims very rrtw against wWrfc they at.I..a.ct. 1i,
lotion ** *< another
p I
.
ot d ( iidsI for *ttr whUft IMS a
.f ".* a'arise ate are sat ..... Whoa.. web la campuses
ta*
praiser
tot C"WAID 00 *a** I Itt.w.c
what fil. be of .
.
f4atea may elf wail rwonrtJe-raW direct l*.rM. epos UO. utter ttt .
at a .
Meats Aeeo. raaf rvt.Mv. a et.f-.rt Is aJatktal rsp prow of the peeps. .t ... rare and 1M m
of tb* Vkrtjraal oarrsf. 2"bftw .f tli. ladfvtdsMt sad of the dataevtw.. ebtebsae
parties lrarti4
kelesNal are ( La aantb.t taco th mew
as !
+ tlArrtdA yt5eh.ri
mast: be with e +serf.ea+r. .
a* tMMltathM to draBatf .. saeseeet. ut aH ertssw Oovwraor thaw 1l... .a sells It furtl and at tfcr ...... awl writlafeetcher
'
frrder the seesse lsgSl .,........ sect fIIr't..aI i win f ttemtr .1. -
flat there ....t 1tk...*. be I tossers. farsh.tws 'M .......
*. leeretaar. the two serte.r1omt dive of (loesrgIa stated .. **. eewafaarise. sarrM7 tae *..*<. wr )**tffyf ... action .ma4?

suck to '-sbaew of la this tnjowtlr tstortagto pewou I IPn..t .......... ., ....... elmersetn- e pse/. year *'It "I ._ .ajr at m verityIfcat it* **ls44ra If M eat *Cp't quaaWato j ., arlsys. .u Ism ....... s Lute. ,.,.. 1es..', .

rorUdOlajr ; nMt 4."ato *. ra4. is ,... I *sv. wtflkM the Ut aMMMte eated our ..* a* a whets iyto tag sad rs asee nr0 perpl. of in*

ta to.true for ttteir own lMrttroat -4M't are 'aa aJ1''*as* ..... esaaorlr a agsr'o it.to I' ta..> ftre* .< ..r' a t1.ua.s btslsetssarro .. ru* by uw*. ..*. down. say *fe h.tg : _s. yeas r. ..... eight. at tN aamucakmatrte ;
psacvful sad lawful ways, nor mosttajvartlwa .as who ware purrsstd IlU.. ,. own oeast.ev tieeas lbsa u.... sod. jtbe
a. .. far a. rar ./ &.W istr M. ky as4 wbsi ssn of I" rr'mlceaj tebu.wif.
.
tie MM teamed t, aid.n.e doe art. skeet tow ...'...* d a jm.itale. I sal fcrwMqgM ....... t* trial pal a set *fntt car !.. SMMa.s>t prvtil bjr aatrto ........)f) cry .Irrei iMYMty. they ,

(ieemes trfg rporatta to carry*** .ot hot .." .pears. Mesa .. to .eeay.'Ar. ices : a It w Its wtrlrb b.y testa ............- mmlbletw.na ttt Ifceir tansies rUt to glee en rata f, 054 .!1.1x116. << -j.; .. ulreaGm.dly -
for y "
1:1: km own axraa&tsvcDvt. rooselestr. alt r. rsea' ** kite swltirb ....* .u Qtzk ap Gaaewey ., kli.al..mp pt barn time horn roe eb.t ss'l' _. "l. ... i *. t. -' '- ", ..t... It14el soil:. I

otpst be rew.mb.vad that a pttmlnary as t"ee4t t. net ,....... &ary sand 'Wb...as tiles a# a taeebtaattamm I .bwTidOte; l 1' elaaa .. tssiugtaet dabs.w5. ..'.*.'-* ". "',. bt. .1. tlwrw n. ,
la4na etlq ta a labor caU' sl"Ms'i name rkarb dbagtat.*. e than m tfrsnl. ... .. .. .. . >
** .*!!II V a5. .... 'ere M .. tnAfra'm'es. >em aWtb Interest r....RLsiesto .10" i r .. rt"\
gr'aad AlIa art wttbaat adegeeat... preset ovsur' beer .Sis ,.,..... ,,_ VS'S ""n. r .' ....0-. .ettvtlalMee ..e ...(......,ill,.4 Tb. ptl..sal the ..,....tkss. et *sot. : ...' ....,.w. .. ,... *. ftSW_::1/

> '" thw wtty can .of law totaX t*weft t>ep.w Clw1. f 3... ....1s.f.. ._ ::ff bur r. r **. ..b Mwhve4 'Js ebo a mov. ,tgwargww I doe Tlsl fwa ll...itlle aebe .4 ......... T
wactasfaMs
tt .. .-z. on_'!!...eit tWa. .: 11 d" aee4. pr,a/t *" _h amu, rsye w-3 fA.us... 'Walt."lyeeet......at fdnf lends f4r.II it gift bi .t> !. ptf t 1 cc..J...... as Yagtt rrvva JRESIpiiMEAi



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Our cold storage rooms at Gain*. ADV
LEGAL EN
Till. and Alaehoa are now open forbualae. iISFIGURINGSKIN ,

.*. VTe> have just completed

two new room at Gafneavllle and fire OoNTAti r ZS"C"

,.. take care of all the meat No tatData' t e rtteatnl4UM4

Ro.I that comes The Diamond Toe Co.. R. HUMOR' icy
A autaetent doetM
B. Livingston, Manager.George Otc,S I* thl> onto.leseast. *
a.ato.t its 1ll ; {iilwad.
Dirt and George t Ea
Sparkmanof M rob 3rd inc
Louise, two pregreIve farmer and M Impossible to Get Employment, o* ltV a111e. Trnmio'li ia ti
stockmen, are making a great uece..* ..U TTMnmeU U*<1no

Dakinf" Pow4e In hog, .ratilpg. among nther thlne'sThey Face and Body Were Covered With bows widow wWritf nor aura know uuw.d heSrs aaW ,

brought a drove of fifty One boat Itching Sores-Scratched Till '1amnown toeVVtn absa.te
duo to to the
to this market which were disposed of Flesh Was Raw-Spent Hun j+artl a bell: A. U..
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r to W. D. Pagan at a good 'price, on the dreds of Dollars Doctors and t ereby stn or soured Ittttalt r.to

Absolutely. hoof on offer eft+leee. WYe
and '.'otoek w xu, Os Jan,
Mre. Georgia Porter and son. Join, Hospitals Grew Wore Remt.terand M.eetrer s
Land Onto lnUatssarjtte,
Pare '4. left RockyPoInt yesterday for Wath- The said eonlesmal ha
CURE'O' CUTICURX darts.sled Oak ,
IT. bias es
1 + InRton, t>. 0.. where they' will make BY bow that *ft.Fdit dllt

tDISTIN'CTIVELY their future home Mr*. Porter has of ibl*notloe eaawt bbm to
IN FIVE WEEKS dared last such ootlae b
A been a reldent-of Rooky' Point and of -- .. |>rot>.r Iwhueauoa.- ..
.
CREAM OF INNY a. Q
this yea'raand
city for many her many'

BAKING friend regret very much to see her "Slnwi the year 1894 I have been ,
TARTAR POWDER troubled with a very b ul care of NOTICE OKDKKD .u'Ptt

.)., leave.Mrs.. eczema which have spent hundwda UNDKH 84NW

O. P. Gannon. of Rooky Putntwa of dollars trying L1tws oC!
Royal does not contain an atom of to cure and 1 went NoUoe la herb, sit'
In the
hopping city .

phosphatic acid (which is the /. of her 'on. Harry yesterday.Friends Cannon but to the they failed htwplUU to staled twrvttaser nted alt the tnd of e.rttneate day Tax of l

product of bones digested in sulphuric who ha been quite low, will be grail.| ; cure me and it baa made appuoatloa

,. fled learn that he I I. .1t waa getting worse! ooordanae wlvh law.
to
: now considered
of
acid) or alum ,(which is braces th* toUowtat d
all the lima Five
out of danger. Though he I I. till sled la Alaobua cows,,,
one-third sulphuric acid) substances wccka ago my wlf H 1-4 ot law l>4. H< of dv/,
qntte weak, he expect to be entirely bought a box of R. 1*

adopted for other baking pow- recovered. ID a short time Cutlcura Ointment tbss T...maid land being awAuanuo

ders because of their cheapness.ROYAL Prof. J. G. Kellum pf Tallahapaco cake" of and Cutlcura ono Unless said Lumber...funoaI.eordlnt stomps.

secretary of the State Board of Control Soap, and 1 am the satb day Its law of,Deem tax .

came to attend \he session' pleased<< to say that I am now ccmpIuUly Wlsnw Ins omctal
cured and wclL the iilb day of NOTM
BAKING POWDER CO.. NEW YOI'C. of the Board and remainedover "
1' was impomiblo' for to
!
me get
td dark Ctrault
for a day or two with friend O..l.e11y
employment, aa my fare, bond, and M.
I IOUNTY'CONDENSED I The famous Barlow'Mlnatrol*. under here. Prof. Kellum I I. looking ,the body were ('Oven'aU1 it. The

NEWS OF CITYXAND direction of J. A. Coburn, are billed picture of healtlt which !I. evidence eczema first appeared on the top of ADNINI! TI'ATo
my brad" and it bad worked all the tb. tlelr .
that the red trills of Leone I *
to'appearat the opera 'oose In this thek:
way around down bite back of tny neck C h m of
city' on Saturday' night''rText' December8th. agreeing with him. and around to my throat, down my to aU lcraonaCoMo0rm W '. .

This popular 1i'lni-rella a general A jolly' crowd of our young people body and around the hip" . It Itched You will lake onttoa d

favorite here, hating' been regular attended a "eane grinding" at Mr eo I would bo obliged to scratch it, the not t>ut>lioaUow or t
and the nflllla waa ruur. Uirator" of '" o.t.i* ot

Hatters of General Interest Oath visitors for several :year. Strickland', near Paradise, lat Thursday "I would first wash the affr(trtiparts l wtu,....i._fn.I*n% to for the Alaob lion'

ered by Our Reporters. J. ,V. Exley' ha rented the Pearce evening. Among those prevn with warm wntrr: null Cuticura F'kx41a fay ao0ountaamt '
U Misses Fennel) > koap, and then apply Cutlfiira Ointment , anal roport.atbt w
were Myrtle
Patty
Hou ie and took po .e,*'ion last night. and let it remain on all nl lurUaAritnlnbitraUw& dkrhorad vl n

PERSONAL AND SOCIAL ITEMS This house, which U}ooated on East and Nellie D ,mpie( OHie Carpenter In tho morning 1 would uao Cutkura rrfNOTtCM th""

Liberty' street convenient to lie pub. Myrtle Binnm and Allen Butler ) &81'. I am now all well which all

1| Ho .querehas twenty room, and i I. Me *r*. Ohln,. Cratgue, Mathetor, my friend can toatify to, and I will bo OP. APPLI

What) Has Happened What Is Going J j, one of the oldest and moat widely' Avera., tlodwin) McOook and Vidal.' rilcanoil to recommend the CuUrurnJtetn DKKU: UNDfUt.

Told In Short dire to any and all prrnona' who ........ UAWH orPtili 1MNotkre
to Happen Paragraphs
known boarding horses In the city. I W W. Feagfo of Alanhua and JII. If wish a ppwxly nnd prrmnnont euro" of ,

So That "H. Who Runa May Read"H W F. Townsend of Gampvllle was Meek. of Macon, (fa.. were In the city 1Ik1n .. Thomas M. lhtniter. ...rv......b.""b.b.aC'..1'0.rttegatnd

In The Sun. yesterday, and made The Sin an :200 ipect Htrrrt., t:: "C s. .nb.h A 1'aert
'In the
trading city yesterday. Mr. ap Mar. :10, 1005. l ut Orange N. J. ate Sn Mr OftMM
Townsend states that the farmer. of predated eall. Mr. Meek 'In a Tren ar, ant 1..1 Tstn ., tar r r .aMoa f.*r tan dvurdssu.
from luctday' Daily Sun: ,,= .=. .. With. lee. Mbrans
his section are badly" In need of rain, ln.n boy but ha been residing In Ma _.......r... o..u.;.....I.a.sM ar..f.l.n.".NM,,'r.anr...wy a..lv.A the fftllowlotf .l.....
Rural free delivery' boxes: at 'k'hdal'scheap. ......r jl.a. N .....-c. ... e..lIN slid !. Alanhu
I the sky juice being alarmingly' earee eon for the pact threeyear., where he ....,.-. .b........u. tn:AS.dr.nl....5.0a.PW.I .- !te t t ut Nw 1TtM ./ =-'i.t".: "".,
ha* held '. .lucrative position In the ': t M.rw rl.:f.M.. .L.A .-- a-c -..... ,
In the East End The Mr '
Waterman Johnson of Mleanopy' wa same epndi .........t..b..$sa ............... alt land bets*a*.*.....f! .a
offices of the Macon and Dublin rail __. .
IB the city yesterday' -. lion are reported from every section ____ . __ 0 ,_ ___ ____ __ ,0'_ .__ .._ _0 he of web ortlpel.. I
of the road. He I I. now pending a while o' Uakr aW
e.rWknt1 sl.tl t"
Mr.. B. W. Wails of Hawthorn pent oountyrFrom with relatives and friend ....t his old but for the |past few pests conducting to Saw. Sal deed wilt weodlat

yesterday with friend 'In this city. Wcdnettflay't Dal/J'"fUfII:. home. general nt.reant.l.| t.u..n. at t'ut UM KHtt_day tay of tMnolalto ItWltn ..,...ber.aWsatr A.1...

U J. Ward of Mioanopy tran EL. D!. Ohamb-rlln of Tacoma was uam Hall Putnam eouniy, has .. ool 1 1Mb dNOTICK .. ur 1I.IetSMr.. A.
wa We are ,fp receipt' an 'Invitation to ; .....
trading In the city' yealerday.Je '. .ted h'm..lf with' a son of Nun J. r, rA/
acting business 'to thia city' :yesterday.Dr. attend thn silver wedding of Mr. and rill Clerk Clre.ll Vutt_
.ae Y. Bradley', a well known merehant WIIItf that plae* anti other In She --- -
E. F Vidal, a leading drnggUt' Mr, Frank J. llagood which will occur
of Alachoa, spent yesterday' In organisation) ' nf the Florida ii.! Htnrk or' AKI'UCAIUCKU
of rela at chefhome In- Jaekwnvill
le"berr'p8a' Sunday with : en UNUKU M64rnoKKoik '>' WSa

tire In this' el&)'. this city on baiiine**. : tie' evening. of Friday, the 7lh 'lne, ociallon.. the ,t'rpo of which . &.4 w. ur ww.uu.I I_
will' btt Infu.I1.toctk. Th. uRIee
Frank Peacock of Grove William Welch, a progressive young This estimable couple' are well known t Park and
.>( the com pan j, ao Th. Laa.!ai.d New Mir ....N.- .r 'I'.. v.t\
George Peacock -of IIawthorn"were trucker of Evanston' was among those In this city having resided In this city red MM. ....... 1.. Ill '
a.a.*t*, will tx ,In Lakeland, and the A. I.. tIn -. .... blvd u
who came to Galneavllle trading ye* and 'In Mleanopy fur aw
trsdiog In the many year
city Monday. new e?m any will be ready' fiir boaloe > m omo.. a..a has .alN
terd.,. VIf"od.III eonaratiilat them _. Isu oS... sal twee III .
W. 0. Bummer of High Springs, upon -. 'in a shoal llm Mr .Husband with I... bald _rtk. ...MN> .,. .
senior member <*l !h. Summers Furnl J. N. Craig of Mleanopy,, the genial their quarter of a reata,. undUturb' will have ehargv uf tfi. 4itft f. at Lake* : '.d:1: !: .a''A\

tara Co., was In tnwn ,.....rd.,. agent of the Atlantic' Qoaat Line at .d connubial bUn, U ml. MH M.ntr 4} N..H WfM ..... .... ...T."

visitor< .. ... .._.. .. . .
that point, was a business to 1'i orn TftureriatDalfjf Sue -- --- -- --- --l.-: .
0. Victor MeKlnatry' baa to .. N. W.ue. sad )14. vit
gone this oily' yeaterday.' Sexton Thompson of Ktergreen cemetery al/kulrra MAl.... *. ... T... ..... >t *l -IHTb a.r .,

itlon Alaeboa, where b&has accepted a pox For Sale-Nice White Leghorn Cooke ha been confined to his bed with 11...... .... by etetne .t aaovlef .....1...,.. tweed .t_aU._tan fI' _b._tat o/no > .!
with Alaehpa
the Ice factory. VlMi i3r tU Uue,5 ta sad toro AM.b.a
,, .... J.
.f M.Trwm W. w
.rett eight month old ; Wilbur' Illness for the pt few d.,.. Kt tr. $1.1. oC turi4a.. ant dated M.epa "Lf" .
W. A, Snowden of Mleanopy. one of 11th. A. U |iwa. aad"W wo AlnMUMof a. Mhsr14 -'tl.e--: ::;
tha bet Gem strata* Price $1.60 esoh. K. V. Miss ROM Le LaGrone of Aoguta Alaaua ._.,,., VkwlO.. wa.r.m W, K. r4ln :. eel' .
llail ol "
poaled horsemen In the eoun : Merry Mleanopy', Fla. G*., I* In the oil,,'a sweat of her r' la* ItorUeMNi.ta |4aialMT aM K.IMMMM K Verse MC.f.sd.at. uv,. ..r w'' .1':1C.; :: ..
tl. was the visitors to Gainesville' MonV I..1IMWVf of AU-lK>.a efN1t'Fr Ibo*nl day .r !>............. A.pd .
day, . .Friend of A. b Wooly are glad to tire, the family' of 0 O. PeJrlok.James acre IO |M| rose. la* foitowl il- ,
r tato aa tfco p H rt vt tao i aM K.lamX K ,Y n ii
u. CU.nh Cc
welcome him again, after delightful' Chetnut of Alaehoa, on. of Vorlo. to .aattarr .aM ....aUma lotm All
R.
Winter of Waldo, representing tact ..,*.. M.*., llama. or iNkeo.l of Mad . 4zsiu
the LDddeo A: Bates Southern Moale nmtner pent at hi. home In Besfcrd the beat .hl....* of the eoanly, was M aal.4. Ilia* aad belatf )a APaolMt* oouaifanl

Hoo., Jacksonville branch*, I* In tbe Del. Mrs. Wooley expects to arrive visiting relative 'In this city' yeterday. dwrib.d a taM=W,:rvwtda;0.-MartU. wrap. a a.asw..e jw- an4

city, '..er. ; /ono w. N.wlax..1,1 N
/ e.wr t1tta.esp Iva 110.
Mil..* Beie and Julia Bunch and Gay' Zeirouerof Roehelle wa In the ".m. K. Love ot Trenton was trad wwta =.--T..TWo. 1511. .RsS, sod .
Ibws emesM bs eb.lw. Iowa rare west
Jolla Wainwrlght have. returnel from city alerd.r. II. was en route to Ing 'In It.city' ,.*..rd.,. HeUanoiieu . MC a04 s....seari.ee' Lillehala.e.. .

a lea.ant vUlt' to Captain and Mr*. B. Dutton. where for ih'r next few day .lv*> trr..tlo contractor of hat see.lion. rib--u West, elena...sad'Mf.a.kt...6IM_ ,...Isis/.,.............,. ...S.

P Otttcn.at Fort he will enjoy a-hunting trip' with WOT.Btreo . s_. .... a ao.1.4 C..+sI ..&- ,.... row fowl
\\
"hl'e.n ...._jf sod a .......,. ..,lot, ....... to Ws Ww.
F Ormood, T. D. L'nk Wlndaor.ad E *T. Ifawtborir, one of the best .1.w an lass oesla .... srael. ..... me
pee i et Ladt.seod 1r tot sass ..s.. w ,... .
W A. Porter of Roehell were In J. W 8lrquefl of Tacoma, who cltisena of th. town wHteh b-an"*. c N ed U.u. e4 M .... _." W AMsSed H I4 bf J. W Mfitulrout 'A Uu et
.. ., .. <
sec P\IA" b eM.. east ha.tlww tr
tn"a Monday The two latter renew has been eundnetlng a merranllU bod. name, wa a business, flatter to this "H'f'f: tawspww/ne essa. W >i Job....; Oeta..rlib, r

d their subscription to The Soo. ne. an1 growing. orange. for the petfour city' jealerday.Mr : ; c seta Leib Maeme'r.eatr lane 111 1' ie. I, ...(

I hate year., ha* decided to return to fl. P. bas r.-.I 1:1::. =-N4./ rae cowls tae. : Uea.Mosad
come very One Rhode Inland Goodwin.. elesowa1s ..... .. ... ....... e1Mrlol.
B/d Cockerel for ale god: *strain Ma old home. SOnllnta. ).11..., just a* front Wat.rtowa. Ji. Y.. where; ..it.spent .. M Ise Met -....., __.,... ,a.. :

large vigorous atcek. Price( from ti hi* henJome grove ....bma' IB bring. a meat delightful .nmmer.Friend mw tees M4w/M-.-Pao Mw,bsmeC same re...Yowa.. stn swwd rwIJau t m EVANS SEED COt;:

10 12.V.. A. Jones Fla. him 4n < Mleanopy, ...-....., Marwehue. ac" 1.. ride. ""
Box ia. Jndv riyd L Carter awl Captain. J <.ui 4- rHeha,ff. .*vtin.a*.* .f .......,." ....-. M. w ..... $M.5tb .....- 1s.dier.. IM YIPIa.d
ass. ,. a. M.wlb m1,.
-a '
I)r Thf .. McL nd 0,. ... P. Oct zen O ).IeO,." nave retoroed from Lvfvill Caa*. Dlnal. tttttn U. S Army /)"", :: = .. t// sass ='WowS' so..NI5 S4sraoI ., ,,u.a htthtl.
............... ...
afteroooo tha I aerobe Ib ewasbN.Nsa.s.emsoU
d Xe.berry .mi A. O. McDonald of .. where o* Huoday y .r may .*v. same "y .."'"K at The ...lb.ml..s..M.r.d otr eewue .

the foneral of the former'e ..,. ,. ..... .............
Hoa,"brook.all enihn.ia.tie Klk.eamety attended !ftu. offler, or op n applkelloa$ h, 11II.... Y.'Ipa r .s a S-c e cia 1.tic_: '
Ywt d u r..yr.w. bar. ,sass N
to Le tfdoday l. attend lb. lode br".tteo", Ilenalcr N. H Carter. th. 'foe O. G. JI..I....... arererty Itr tl.ic.errs . =. rt..a s+at t e r= a. neend. 11tw..y Fordl'aatal.ep..

tt sorrow ..nw...' ""nlr'n Lvvyvilla cemetery', -..-.-- ---- -- - .. ._-- -- - .. --d '.. A'.bam 5..d..-.sass-.Ubbm. a.nr.de.. .... Ut ....... .. .....,..... :.IrU....... n bite. "pi au c...
It... J. K. bemld of the Baptist ,::: saw .Av..swwa .t taw .2r.err taartr'..etslast
.lf.z.odeg, Taylor h>* aeeeptrd poiJc.00 sALaXnilee ........---..... ,.....sa..e4! Me/ ...- .....1 M.*wa> (:.w......
church m''lsUa.! be .. ..... .... be. ....... i ..r_ Saw ..*'* hr..w !*.*. to la. OlrMat ., .
.. with the n.traetloB depart -.....--.- '- -.. .-.. d ." ........ ,....... .s.1'be. .......... ..ltw .*...._... n....... w &-.. s w.eat M P..... ,.......... filet ..... LeNree.ln0w. .
J .tfthe East Florida) TeUphoee Per.11..1..n1 la.eaaa se ewAMeSna i K. V ia IM aa a/r aaJM .areel.M w
...... :.. .. .#. UMh* C3IDsy'. and If t yesterday' for South ...___ ...w..ts....... .. ..5.... ...a... r. ......... W } w J_*.* A I* ........._ owed. V.a." r, 0. ......
flwl4. to sesame hU. IJtiABr PIAII05. ,......._ bid as r C'aa. .v M ..,............. : .............. a ss'V""f"'P0 V.z.A: ,.
fotU.. eMew/sa1 ..... ......w car.a.awM.M .. a.C I 'I... tw.sbH etb 1.OJ .. .. .,. ..,, .,.
... ... .... P...Nkt.labnNW - "'
'''...t.r U. o.I.a,. Illll4i .. I bfrs.e. ..rr 5a4 so-a a. sew .
ra d Z-: :.:.reMs.e Sic" I .--.. -.. 17..
toe 11.70.. Jr is! the AMrb..Mw..s- -awl := due Away MIelaL.elm J A.....,.,......... t'ml. ..... ......-.
froaa were city tai .Mho......, ..l- M .__...., 1... rib... :: .- ...,.....- -_ . ---". ..--
Waldo 7"'."' .'. This was : d 1--,. A II "." sr ....... ..... LA GRIPPE
M":.r 11..,,'. first nut. *'th. ., ,0y. .... ... ..1 .....e ......r r Iffnl' Dr PYLWATWM' PUM ?ASI
to ,'
Uj tai *- ..... I grew.,If& CK .CtU..&. 4A1' .'N.sat 4"KiiCI
ab :: :
1* -A, d.|| bw ., M AM.1wa..wwlC MirMe .- r.rl
lw.l.4 .ea. a. ,sw e.M.n. ;:11 ;' Cae.. casst I ,. M Maid....- saws al-4 .ivy A r.. ""'' ............ t.St.we La rhp.uw .
I Q O.te.o aad n... W.J. Martin _-w. ..... *s.e.Mw T....esa.1.ar /r..4; t'.. l:..qaj,_ MM*. **.....*.ut tare .. ....... t'att ww Mac on. N
: tw.r.N. Ma e a I a4 A tMK A U( /** ass/ aids .w.1
et Doe.... oi.mt.r* of 'IN. Board .f t. W nIIf",....... -..=... .... .... ... . rr.eww
........m. ............ -..f1 /'tw -, ...M'...M iM ...-...- M MaiM. Honey
.
Ssey Coa........._,. said. tlldool O'WI II.JYAtL. ..--... ew fl ltsn.Rqwt M..d wb.line FOLEY'S
z"s: :r'l
-- ...
**. u. .m
pe *lt. are fa tiw city to ,
:: lnlclr7pplt$ AD owls.( 5.wide "' aM Tar
a.4 ..... ....". *. Thy mad $ ( lilattrr1CJCglAy tornma !I ::a.4 Wes be to t .Laos.
b.e Sep So!.! exclusively thiKon pews............ w... .M .. ... i J..Cw.M. --. ... -..a... ......by Jw ewes M Lee Mw
aa ..c.w.'Ila..t a.e'- ........... ...... .... -IW a.b hbswbwr s., ........ 4oa.T3. b saeFe ...Cc.db a..A ...... tbu
't'+ fn. kl byJAS. ...0.r. sa -- As e..se.a.kti. : ...-- ......... ..... ..... ......+5 eoasaC a4,.. ....... hmstr5Mecr.
'"f ... .. Ibis eft y aa4 section .. New semi k I. .kswe. ......... toe .........,"..t ese- ............ M sas arrr.rar rac",.eld. tnt f....;.,$., ;
; k" aadhfrs 1A'dv.n s.wrar. t ... .......... sr wsec- /. L. Am.nst
k -. -lIr be -.....a. w .. 5esewea.. ,J....,,. ., Aar y.e ..54 ............ eSMA trs P.re.J.ad.m..wn .... vadsrm e1
;;Cot a l..r. cal law rfatfc of their A. ABIUMS .ar..sMr. ..raw ... wr a.a.sar tear Saw : .. ... ...ewe'. .. etas ....... ...... IM Oi.e.4 .a. tAtwNt.
.a::f N... t ..". .....-._.... sow .. ,- "...... .. U ....J\ ....... Mrw..ea.4 to*-*.*.a4 M Ml aoif
; "4 4..r. ..... s.rr. .te... e*. Main St n.-et. ..awsw.M ed-..... .. t itwas ."F .. ...... .. ....... w-.-. ..... swat MM ..... ...... t..4 .......I ... h.. Lap wrbuis...
at 11.Ir ...... I. Itlrmingb.iIi. 201JACKSONVILLE ef. ,.as s..1.1s.1rT'' ;am.dCeVwd. I eSl.ae., A ...... _...taa eseed. -
.aibt ef '" -f_ X..awasd M ar.+.At .. a.r"t"' sAhpseay,
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