V. 2r muwiimuma---
and he' upa
wa MI b Iii Iacono of
ah Iah Pat.
Away6 on Oitc dil
12 Ubnotl Was N~t~t
h lujbi te Peait44
rOf ofperjury *A.'-
r. Kettlebp S*9*5
w Im h
ersal sand. toW
Is ovity JIM and\b~ilw,
~efr; Retlehchand k
~h s bai~d on ConvctisS *
10-'#Opaud the boveramemt
;mne W-4deegate from'
4d tbp continent Was
delat th opening or the
datareet to the
,01r$e W'm 3o IWUP iiWt o IM weo, t o he myI
L de % : to Qom &
Iora. 4iMi6b.0e s hOs o heanh e
odu.rreA to > maS froa* Uw
'1M^~ (~@M *4p aof-wh-d to the bottohaof my
this Ase ...'t gong to rha to (r
could g -ke er explain the re 0 g --*~ 4 sa" and when he
mar e l* wee t boue a nd stepped
the an t t t -a a d. oght at tubtimee that
TeI h oo M between l he WM goi way, but he mad tShi
Tn.'-.. i-e-- `arrgsm uts sb got his. pitol and
Syo muam0e Ba .
A.. Mr. etolS f 7d Sran k dder 0 Wh0 ths aftercatioi was go
Weft a house; I n 1 Mr. Sodeld, at th sate there
bMs a aand atd just wath/g, wee there a number 6f peo
:te v hB t tmuPtels p te T .
mNade a iltta ti Ullog paMi lKYe o Ye. ht at the time I went
tes., totthqmn from the aiggetr' Aay. That %as when he asked .me
ode, anid I had W ome in and there it I wold aot g all the way, to go
thad sea ame ean reingard to half wy' aad ve w id settle it rwght
et- b1e -ire' b tere, beai.e th tim. I habid hide right then--
Werhf r or four saen there la tW "PeBee"- the very word that
r hastmam I*p. a. teh lanag I t 0." -4 saMid Yease, if you cannot
that the Sat kan who ia Ot MWi t at AoMI. please re.
Natte 4' *tt Stea vaw aia's wood*, eOpta Ay Wife ad ldOren." That
thaty tw rana d wasa i it, I would wa t tt t Usa e.
* u"Ie htiS for his day's work and -. Weri your wite sad bt hine
the an of my ailes and wag that there A. Tes sir.
'al, boollsa there wasoe BO d Q. In Ae. house? A. Tes sir.
it. About that Mti M dder and w o Q. Ware they where they oould
flit ca mal M llan about th t hear this profane language? A. Tea
ft-4 gppo aboat tirty tfee t- sir.
a Wht the t did, Iso. *e to Waxs Q. You asked him, did youAthat
Sad said, "MUole, He Aeasters alde he cou not orepect you, to have Te
a mistake this mW Ask a4 hauled spiot ior your wife I and children
fourteen of your yes, and as soon 4 A. Yesa ir, r did.
tbhery r oup I wa haO e themt to put Q. What did e say thet? A. He
them'back on yeur A. tieO Hamd saiad '-- d-- that." as well as
"alright." ad whiat dd-the la. I remember, or "0-- 4--- them"-
gsage that e uIsed I mwi rather not I would not b positive about which
a unless It a w ma- sid he sald-"thbem or that" but I think
"Well, by God. aie tmi hbl oMe he4M It G "0- 4-- that.
p we will settle the other"-ead Q. fe shoved his psVtl back down
lkdd right ao Up it ay ate I loto hiL pooket whI n yo turned from
W"s standing oa my troat'poNk with the post on the porch to tto the
my laft hand leaifts aegaast the pot, bouas? A. Yes air.
oad at the time Mr. Miller wau se Q. When you aex saw him where
tUllg the gate poet. He was werkin ag wa he a4 whers e you? A. e
to my yard at the time) Whe l- was standing with his left hand on
1W got threh he come n and eat the gate poa t like that (ladicatles)
dwna by the parlor poet-veranda, sad and I was standing at the front hall
when he did, Maxe kept wa, and door.
aid. "I suppobe yo auaed mie of Q. The door tht leads to th
tMallag some of your tes.", I ham porch? A. Yes sir.
$1be, I never dome it and he Q. That was Ip plaint lw of the
ms. "Yos are a -- iar." gater A. Toe ir aI plain vew. He-
)t that way. l e W he a tmth was stoned at gate swith his
a ald,' Ma yeos ar e mi tlet hand t U ueaganst the pot, and
i -er amcad yo-, 'ad there is a his pistol alot of his poaketoaept
td any trouble; you eaas o awy about a Ineeh-aes ear as I eam tell.
pet right and get yr satarity, Q. Whioh hamd did have that
We an set tlelt withat table. plstol Io? A. Ia nia right had.
I told him I dWt tVat apy Q. Wan he still tala resin, wor
at mtt youq at be wA r ahe dotai aythg at the tum
"Vole s c mebo of t coe h i the door? A,
Sa-- thlat I it .t
hat e trnble at my ho- t eC ste what laimd betwem
bis. ha tb irth hi p t th ^? A Il sta tre d
toNg ha tt I we 5ag a?4 togg M a here I
wai e atd y M aa
? towl e*at, A y. Bed w m 1. 4 ao tSay
has vqoftt OR the
r- :. ;-- -7
? AMIbeiame" y
Nt ( to -sia* MaIP tI
o .st tthedepa.tst eith ,r
OMtft t e SayNe d e ad tft.ed poe
net hera the olnvoaeosatea betwefa
A sA bg os Itof ebuW 14ti
w-m. t he depot t at depot I Ma
*tD OW the Idat by aft. He spwe
olsd the kllit n ; hie mae i dklo
to WhideA d, t dt not eadr whOscar
WitI PIptM that aterne t oobut did
f0et hear waI not poauver bobetw aen
them. Soffeld left the depot aW
mAhw &Maad halt by mB. He aw
Sooleld d. igf op hli Gaohs talkitn
to Whitedeld, but did not hear wrht
Was Mid. Witness did it remember
seeing PjpUln there that afttrnoon. in
fact he was not poldtiv pbout ari
[SHWN T, GRAFTING
MAYOR, IS REMOVED
Formally Relieved of Offic.al
Position by Supervisors.
JM. GALLA4HER ACTING MAYOR
First StepTaken byGraft Prosecution
In the "xxeaution of Their Plan to
Retet. God Government In San
iasa raaelaco, Cal., Jun.t 1,-
Mayor Schaults wan formally .:..
ed from ofce' by the super,:, .-.
tleir meetUng Monday after< ,:. .
pervisor James Gallaglier v.a. n,.:..
AMs cting mayor in hi& place.
This is tbe first usep takiit, .h 4
raft prosecution in the xe : -
their plan to restore good govr
in, this l ty. The ground on ;
Mayor Schmlts was removed ',-
owing'to bis Incareeration in t
ty Jail foltowiln his convictin, i. a
felony charges is no longIr aable
perform hi' oflcetal duties.
Gallhath will Dot hold the po.:;,
of acting Mayor for more thi:n a ,:
days. The resignation of a 'ca.t
member of the board of sue:..
'ill make room for the apVI,;n!: ,.;i'
of a responsible cTtl7en, w ;..
take Gallagher's place, La a io,:n
thing, and the defense did not ooa- .. b -
older his testimony of stiolent im. as could have been made undpr the
portance to cross examine him. ctrcumstwanch He W e at 3 o'clock,
SSiafter which fide Wills delivered his
3oth Sides Cleee. fair and impartial barge to the jury,
Tie State and defense then an- and at 3:15 p. m. the twelve men, tried
nounoed that both asides closed and and true, retired to pass upon the fate
e a"Wor-eys were Istructed to o of Wm. Thomas for killing Maxey
to the Itar, each side beang given mne Scofleld.
hour nad a balt for argument. The Verdict of Acquittal.
taking of testimony was concluded at After being out for a little more
1o a. M., and at 10:15 Col. Chrlistopher than an hour and the spreading of
Matheeoa opened the argument for one ballot, the jury returned to tho
the State, preceding his remarks by, box and requested that th. tirst
reading the Indictment. Col. Mathe- clause of the charge be read to thom
son spoke for forty.4ve minutes, and agalti, after which they retired to th.
made a plain, unimpassioned address, jury room, and at 6:30 o'cc.k r. tumrn
cooling himself principally to a re- ed a verdict of not gullt).
view of the evidence, especially con- It is understood that three ballots
tending that from go defendant's were taken, the frst two being eles n
own statement he vs not justified for acquittal. one for conviction t '
In taking the-life of deo ed. third ballot 'bolu clear Z* T
Col. ., A..Thrasher Sanders was foreman of the jury
followed Col. Mathees. He baega This verdict oems to mewt itb
, hls argument at 12 o'clock, and con- general public approval.
tended that the only evidence that This has been one of the most lIter
Maiey Boofleld had been killed waa estig 'bae tried in trai county for
give by the defense. iUke th attor- veral years, as the parties Iltereste'
ney who preepded him, Ol. Thraher ae well Bknow.
dwelt priniepally upon the evidence, ..
but took a different view of the same. A Correotion.
He grew qaite impassioned at timeI reporting the tstmo of HO"
and contend** that his client was laep' in the teIlmon Hr.'
Jusltfable in akin the l1 of Ma.xey lAMna ento hTe Dally Sun .esterd:,
le. the of ae orati the statement was mEAI<
'SofeN "that'W he he reached the body t0
Congreammn Freak Clark. pitol was about a foot or elght.--
Col. Thrasher spoke for 2 minutes inhes n It,' tstad of protruding
oaty, klavtin II lutes of his tame i the pocket of the dead man'
or his mInut ae~ate. Mr. Clark This was an error, as idr. Lancater
approachepe ttema. di- also test that the pistol was; '''
ateod maner, artl6 oarly alling trading ftr tg deceased' IKKc
the attention of the jary to the power
with which the were isvested--a
power .to take humas fe-ad the
iaportaan of their eareMal eondra
tios of the ose. He caretally review-
ed the evdmo taon the standpolat
of tahe dlt ad paid o 0 M r
attemtta to e lw d seMl-deenU e
So mpremtd the d et hi e0k t
h &a 4 mak e, m clMsed ith W
ma appea tothe Jury to sequit the
600&~A No permit bi to rtm
ito W vwi ad iAltale. CoL ut t
m4~e to tse t am kept by J
*3 0Ste 1"stwae ha. w e A
svqa ftat to t s emoat whonm h
eleomd at M1: i. a, Mwhn tahe t
took a reml aMt 8:I5 'ai
*^^ Afwm^^^^ p ^^^*^ d'B
^^-w^^n^^ f^ 9 l*^--
Vanderbmt Again Openl Purst
Nashvlle. Tenn.. June t '
annual alumal dinnpr nt V"'
M.~oday sight, Cthanuclo J II t '
land aantno ed anot'-r ''
eostribtlota from the Var '*
ily t* nlvterUyi. -
eat11bttion is ow cf $i< .
Meems from WI!Uam K V.
Krandsoa : *;Le 5 :*" '
or of the Dac~esa. ". .
This contrthBtlon raises tIe .4.
Ifts of the family 'I* t'"
to early 2t,
OreSo Jdoge Den'.. Mot o,"
-sver., Colo.. JuDI* i '
.Jt Aea Moadad de'n:'
g flt a temporary J *"
on" fO Mir. Je F t"
IL KC. A W A
%f m logmi
Um" WO,1 beJ pOIY 9
Bn& sn e. m. and Brooia
*,the isu lest overy.
help *akea crowl.
ot hanf supply the demand.
o V.Uaroett Au -(lMay
,0tt todW, for Ca
.650 |e away r, ONi,
ill be aervloes at the Trin-.
pal chur h by Rev. P. B.
Udat 11 a. m. and 7:
tLee l the guest of MidW
*lllaa at Orange Heights for
td!e ~are nbuy pr ctlctng
S o en's day exerolaea, to
IMf one- *io In July at the
t.- pVWo0 l church.
$e ar eiatioary priated at The
rnn*4hlas work plmvtQ Y
Ste nable prices our
2 W bd g4I ilerntbup
in a caimMss aloes "s14411%m
Co01er, wilh ....~agm.'
ptausiliabie as Ivory fiip or
k jiimdndd housan, 4seh4W
Including the, Whito U
Wbh ~Igou are equlpppd W1t
bm ets in Odunesvills *
at'VVXDOR Shades on ma
ettatwemehour two 1"W
& MAUS UNG I
,W .h wi wOt up
t i* Bellss .er
the itet of hs sister.
[ TUMULT-- aON.
Lively 0O O,44"s In tiM Premch
Chembe, j of puti-.
Paris, Juse l9.-The setion of ft,
governmo t I. determtnlin to prose-
auto tm agt Itorn $a the soutI of
?raoo led to a lvely debate in the
ehadaber of deputies Thesday, but tft-
Utr a tuauIio0s session thi cabinet
ceuted o Itllrobt vote of oonudace
by the large majority of 254.
PremEr C imtenceku refused to
agree to th.immediate dissolution of
paIrllamet eo ihe government's plans
sad demsad64 that the motslo 'be
Pdftponed until June s6. In a spBech
wMeh wais frequently Interrupted by
nolsyv rotesta. he declared that all
rs ,ff. -,of coaelliation were now ex-
, Mrs.,0ode W**ks left Thurday for haueted and that as chief of the ov-,
ineoe.vlD, qh she will speai a, ernment he was bound to enforce re-
tvW d ay etl lpa pet for the law. The committee
; Mri t W A, tIitwo ch1 at Argyllieres 'bad set Itself up In
en' Ie, lft Wednes. place of. tho central government: It
'day. or .E. where hey will he chamber defeated the postpone-
pead meant of the Interpellation he would
S1. aIJ '' i are.ed F j Itmediately countermand the prosecu.
fromB IA? Qs.,wher he Visited sev* tions and the chamber wonad be re:
Ieponsible for the grave consequences.
I T ihe o AvinmA t' mn' li rami- l.
H.F. DUTTON &Co
---AND DEALERS tI-
Do eIs beakbg b um. s na eS m t, a DoesiOc fzL'ane
Yheefe ase &WPo =& @ mw 5mmunee"pua~os.armes t am" obama idol
M lU Smlth haveI ly adopted 412 to 158 voted.
Week's visit to Fri
Methodists Raise Large sum. ___ _eB___lle __0T_ d._
Mrs. lAte Howell has returned London. June 19.-A remarkable
home, AftW visiting her mother In soeee in the centenary of the Priml i.
Geori*a tive Methodits was witnessed Mon- (
Mrs. W, H. Tucker returned home day at the session of the conference S*a M E R C H A T & CO ,
Sunday from IAve Oak, where she via- .at Leicester. It was proposed to in. Betailen sad Jobbers i
Cited relative ansd.friends. augurate a thanksgivingt und and at.
SMteges dal aUltoo and Clem ter a solean dedleatory service, W. Sta l
Picet we_ p hrpe b sopplg'n8ttirday. P Hartley, a prominent Methodist, of. ti a o
Jack Gatwd returned Sunday from ftred $41,000. This was applauded IEI
Abbovlo.e Qeoria. where h has ben wth enthumela., after which dele- iralls arIde o ad Forflzlrs
attending colleg4 the past ten ste after delegate promised genero, r usFgI r
months. oontrlbutloas. At the close of the SOTTB SIDE SQUARS. a a GAINESVILLE. FLOI.:
W. 0. man left Sunday for meeting It was announced that these
- W. Chapman lft una for offer with the pledges already made Highess market priee paid for ChekeMe. Egg and other Pr o u,.
vl, whtore he wi pe a week on behalf of Ote churches reached .o Be.
Mis Uae B.elle ethvin came 1..350,000. A Oomplews ak o Bay. Oorn, Oats Flour. Bran, Meal, Coton --v
Mis141 ".1. Belle Metu'ln came1 a".nd a We handle sol" -he VERY BEBT goods at the LOv .
h*4O t ,]PrsSda m t nAuguste, 81N ARE .tPQW. RisT PRyOe aoa n uarante saUs faeton alwav,.
wbhee abU has b attending school.
I. Ltpab of Worthington 8prians I ft AuI Pleg mlsyham e
Is here for a few days on business. S< fa ta e Vaswe t ateasf e.
We have a "Merry go round" In our o treat DAnruL nd d Pswiter Walr.
Little town now, and all of the abildrmwit hla Iets or Wtso his ha[Ie
are delighted. water frem the oesea to prevent the tde
from rising. ohodule Xffeektve April O, 19M.
We are sorry to report Porte yU a nnot asoomplsh' s _iftnotory '"e .... 1 _.. ...
Smith on our sick list this week.* He ewe without having a right understand- o. No. 3 e. No. 6 ,,
has been having quite time with tgr of the fundamental causes of the y a unO~y re STATIONS Dly exSusOniy Suo(.:" L <
measles. You must kill the Dandruff rm. -
jedford Wqterjtaion left Sunday Newbro's He does thils because it AM P M PM e P AM* ePrrN
for orthigte sprigs where he will is specially made to do that very thing. La eS e ArriveA........rLive Oak.......4 rive r I!T
for SorIt ln pr w here he, to o in 4 0 1 ...........,ve O64 ....... 0 "O
When the 0tore "moved, the hair Ar 8 0 Ar209 At8r40 IL _-3.-@ LvT& ora ,v.o 9 ,
apead several days. ha no chol" but to resume bealthy LTv LT4IM Lv 4 146 DwB ......* Par ..r ArI 4M Arw1to ArT
wth atl b(Muty. M IAr 4 i .... Mar IeJtioes ...... I 4 43 L, LT
Detroy the you remove the Ar Ar Ar ........... ...................... lv O Lv v L, 6
There Are Few offset. Art AIV 6r 11 8 II.v aDo i....-Ijv I 8 Lv '.,
People who kww bw to take care = 6old oaseet Dowa Prk for allrles obdfro duveosaktand e n .
o, th uel- e--the . ajorit, do Not. L tamp torMy* to The Hjerplede Co dAyoofM awdaro n all mtofoUo.
of V00-46 Majorty 8ti. UtahafInforinal now OW onGeneral 1an
The O -e boa m-SS ln -p ant o n Two s1-&0 Se.ts and $1.00. *~. P. OU.ke senoral..ome At,
Is the body. V. s-k Allb J. g& Ooggf Co. Special Acets. Aft OL&aw y
ORAM~kM onU M AWM
WUMs, Wuim 1 n w MwevS
tor Okhla sad wrer sad lad It the
best medlube I ever ued. W I woR
oAt be withbot It Its au oot or
MldMe as It to r grown-p pepleO
aMd I weoseead It It is ase aor
La Grippe." loM hi W.I MJhsam.
S'*Not Guilty" ays Peraker.
Washingtou. June 19.-lenatot
Foral ,r, of Ohio, hasa iveR out 5a
wrlt'ei stpeBdfnt, summg up the
tep( tr'on.v nkeu by the sesate com-
n-1ttee on military taiI tn
t:at It faUl_ to O.'ow that any soldier
tbok part In the affair. ThS state.
ment vwbch the senator says he
Mak@e is* "plain duty,-to the truth.- as
well as to the aoou ed soldiers." and
b6*eaue he Is "more fnalliarnwttath Te
Testimony than anyb elet" las I
answer to a publ t efUtmeast that
Ie" testUiony oonolusively showed ie
sola0er of the TweaWyflh bAMtalkOS
414 th shooting.
A -pW e
ms a o So h i
4 se-4f as0 a0 am
InAs ary. mb oa w s -
n, .A v
* R a *.. -----a-
--l _' - R" mo
"won A qke mooddom
"*. rnkkAlw wt
of an tits&
13 W. UNION S7,
9wr wm Ra aJco*%f. -~Yl
We do an emblift AbuMeibn'l
am wib hkdowo ivmt
aif-j"-f- j wa
All ofO,.4se'O dp trOnrPe.ponal G naree... A Tr,., ','r
We Know W i Ooovaoe* Too That We Handle Only the Beot M ote
Oan Bay C
Pure-Rye Case Goods, All F. 0. B. Jacksonville:
Not Wood.... .................... ..per bottle. $1
Old Forrueter... ...... ...... 1
Old Soo e ........... ...... .
DuNa Main......................... "
(amadi" l0b I.........................
Mount V rao ............ .. ..
Three Foeatere ............... .. " 2.
Heart ................. ..... a I i
k tch W a 1y.
Kleg William, V. 0. P., per botle...... ......
King Willlam, V. 0. P. r ..................
Dewaru. per battle, 1., eee .......................
Blaek Mad White, per bottle,t.80. *ee. ...
Duavill's, per bottle $1J, eea...... ....
Jeo. Jamif. & Sons, p er h le. $1 0, ease. ..
P. O. W white a d juS ............................ ..
. 0. W white, b .. ................. .........
1. 0 W white, Pl .............. .. ..
te l a VaFey Oldotore...........
asky Fok. pa beale ........... .
oil P Mespato:
Ganm per Iom o............................
Earfu 14sb,(0dom e.am~~je WOW)E
east, ~ ~ F # ; .0. a.. joebmesa lt~Va
W1 M!M MAWL ORDER HOUSE
* '~ ~ *'J *. ...
#" .4,.. -'5'
lift"I i "" symplam
ow womb VOIL
.... JM) tel
COT RACES 'f'
Edward and Qauen, w,
10 State From lWild "
nag AMERICAN GATWRING
dreds of Fashionable Soo1letV P6,
pie Visit the Famous Heath*fhb.
*lows Prices Paid for the is ite'a,
Ascot, Engand, June 19.-Despite
a overcast sky, the gathering at
Asx Heath Tuesday for the opealitg
f the great four days' race metinj,.
S the most brilliant of recent
T"e houses in the 'vicinty, for
which fabulous rents are paid for a
evw days' use, turned hundreds of so-
cety people on to the famous heth,
while thousands of others mOved to
L.ndon. King Edward 'and Queen
Alexildra. with their guests, inelud-
lso the Prince and Prncess of Wales
ad Prince and Princess Andrew, ot
Greece, drove In state from Windsor,
vtere their majestles are entertaining
House party for the meeting.
Tire were ten carriages In the roy-
at procession. which was preceded by
Ia escort of cavalry and outriders,
who made a brilliant spectacle as they
pssed the crowds of beautifully
dressed women and their escorts on
0eir ways to the royal house. On
account of the rush of the recent yearO
tfe strictest rules were enforced to
prevent the uninvited from entering the
ac'osure, with the result that it was
lot so crowded as usual.
There was a lArge gathering of
SAmericans, those receiving Invitations
to vrw the races from the royal en-
Sosure being Ambassador Whitelaw
te:d. Mrs. Reid and all the members
of the United States embassy and
tLfir wives; Miss Carter, Mrq. John
Jacob Astor. Mrs. Potter Palmer,
Mrs. 'Cass-Canfleld, Ma. Ogden
Mrs. Cass-Canfleld, Mrs. Olden
r'Pnk Mackay and Mr. and Mrs. An-
ttcny J. Drexel.
BRYCE GUEST OP GOV. FRANZ.
Ambassador Smokes Peace Pipe with
Quanah Indian Chief.
Guthrie, Okla., June 19.-4ames
Iryce, British ambassador, and his
party, spent Tuesday in Outhrie as
the guest of Governor and Mrs.
Fran2. Among other things Mr.
Bryce Monday smoked the peace pipe
with Quanah Parker, the company
hilef, and watched the Indians In
Mr. Bryce was quoted as making
further comment upon the Oklahoma
"Your proposed constitution he
said, "seems to have a great many
Uprimental Ingredlents in it. Somes
f the propositions have been tried
a~ some are now In Iae in Swftser-
had, which I regard as the great-.
ut democracy on earth.**
Election for Unlversity.
Athens, (;a., June l1.-4Te board
d trustees of the university bas eleet.
5 Dr. Homer V. Black, of Atlanta,
iINt, professor of chemisty. Pro-
tfutor W. O. Payne was advanced to
JlaLr profs.Por of history. Ptlo-
s P oR. Powell Stebpena was
elwed ad adjunct professor of math.
*'c Profesor Tomllnoi fort
Is: ta !, :.tructor la mathemaUos.
o' R. Preston Brooks was
u *f' the new1 chair of Geor-
S.... an~i sociology. Instruc-
.. ny and Baglls liters-
: 2'..'L,,'rized. The degree of
,.r *, Cclonce In forestry will
S* r conferred In the ualver-
a'er,' Union Maes Meetl t,.
S -\:a. June 19.-A masB
, '.,: Farmers' unlio for this
' counties has been call-
" .' '*irday, June SO, at the
.. '. !r this city. The meet-
*mn\ned nla the mIorning
S"I 'll be a puble affair
"' "'* one is Invited. Il the
union wlU take charge
S ,',',rs rwill b admitted.
r:and dUIlm Mime-g
to to be arcoin to 'tWi
Shave atteutisandA. it
*kua C ~ tth
i rs G
3 7 MMI
D'Abrug Visits efton's Mayr. II.-i l iOJnPa r O7 V
Boton, Jene 19.-The Thu'.' < Ab- Isegheti Players ad Fot ees I
brussi tade a formal aIl ,n iM)ar gLeft J. Kru er, s smO log'=
7ttagerald Tuesday, accfr i by diisas f ot racer of e y e arm 1 -M M
Baron Host). the itta'an oFnJl FrIo16 Med, writes' Ot. It$, ": 1 :"Dwr. gO ggO X gl S
the city bll the de nt to be gaming of eight wWf oot I
Charlestown to pay '.:s re:.ts to s sM tut Lake Oy, in April OuI.
Admiral Snow, cmaMandact of the I s l' L iAMM
navy yard. He then boarded his I I
agl iP, ad *eved the return vie- o
Uts. 'he da. tMan west tW(*4 a2-!No oos" L t
braIge. w ai IuMnon a beet W I- Wr 1'.Wth I O I- 't ---T u,
p fa r hI at the roams ef of ce rb i. ( ,a
vW"Mt por tocietiefs." W. IL SfNu h.-. 4. 1. 0
of id& "Wmow.
w4w a wo 0
VEN ZU 'EsELLION POO " -.
President o Pleased with Oe n S THE GER.MS
t a tonM His Country. I L TI GE
New OrleaS, June l-H~s3t1t 14
S* rates, a W York business-m OF UA
Swho has justwtrsaed from Vesneelt .
Ab has made publIc the gist of an ater- Th h Te blood, diseases are carried from one generation to another.
Sh PMidt transmit them to their children, and so it goes on down the family
Sview he had etly with Predt Iba fr yfrs and years unless the taint is removed from the blood. Espe.
Ofeme Castro of Vealtgela regarding the 0a iys this true of Scrofula, for it is a disease that is **bred in the bone,'
v 9* Telopment Vemasuelas. d tle the bloo is purified and every trace of the trouble removed the
Prealdent*Castie told Mr. Cat islrable disease will finally undermine the enl:re health and wreck the
THi that Venexunls IN now "rebe6ldhiO lfo its victim. The usual "yptoms of Scrofula are enlarged glands or
proof;" that an era of peaose haa utmors about the neck, which often hturst and become discharging ulcers,
egE^S*S1* and that the axt S ow yearo wil eyes, Catarrh of the head and throat, skin diseases, etc. The trouble
EPWRIOIRATOR ess the development of the natara so firmly intrenched in the blood often attacks the bones, resulting in
4"--W"n *i resources of'Veaesela. WI Swelling, or hip disease, while a waxy, pallid appearance of the skin.
I*ii nc fiawtal an r .** Mr. leg of strength and energy, and often lung affections, show that the disease
q wpader that we rscoeuuMd a Cates said, "ua during moist of the entirely destroying the bright red corpuscles and rich, nutritive qualities
a swc kaown quality to a time he talked of the country d ItIa 0he blood. Scrofula being a constitutional disease, one affecting the
I wVsaa i of patrons future. He told me that he is ret circulation, must be treated with a remedy that builds up and
WSU r oly pRehaed with the moral foreb gthes every part of the system, which haq so lnq been denied the
ODOS" country showed during his Ills. It strength and nourishment it should have received from the blood. S. 8. 8,
S* evinced him, he said, that he was thebestofallbloodpurifiers and the greatest of all t and is therdog
-I onvned uhrmihensaid." he the i rdeat emedy for Scrofula. 8. 8. 8. searches out and destroys all ge
011 .a e not feared as dictator. taluts and poieons, gives strength, richness and vi-or to the blool and c
le <*I "In speaking of his scheme for deo- Srofulapermatently. It so thoroughly removes the trouble from the bl
veloping the eounlry, he said that that no signs of it are ever seen again, and posterity is started out in
FjseiWms as f plans werfla mind for two railroad with aelean, pte blood supply, which is their rightful inheritance. S.S.
l which are 4*eined to opera up the while thorough, is gentle in its acio and the healing vcgetable ingi.-dien
rIIe- t nrrefrigeratorsnn everyrw richest part of VeaGIela. which compose it build up every pert of the sav.tem. Book on the bl
Ia terstevery osekeeper W. "President astro told me that at- sad medical advice free. T=B W SPECIFC CO., ATLAINTA, E
0 4%x rr oter he had established everythi at
_... &L YPonT HUABSARS
TNO esa MuamureaouMaMe ceCOamV home on an absolutely stable basis,
etas.* I aSmesN A he will guataatee the Investment of
Foreign capital and establishh a strong
bank to help exploit the natural -*
sources of the country." I
B "IILOST IN THE WILDR .(Iaieapow"t l
SLS 8R E E. VOYLE MGR. .
rwdL-v'rs 'e Hundreds of Men Searched for Baby AbtiMses of Title and full ito matlon furnished regarding lanas I
a.y In Idaho. soaty, Our manager hs b ied in thiseounty thirty yearI a
o0ra. a-: Boise, Idaho, June 19.--Toddlng s thoroughly Samersant with land ltl.
P b."L.OaL 7 along In a wilderness of towering sage
_____________ ~brush, his throat parched with a S I O
,*,,_,_ ,thirst of forty hours, his strudy lit- A I V "7
TRAGEDY NEAR EATONTON, GA. tie legs Tora and bleeding from briar IL. ACOIDENT, BUROLARt AI)D INDEMNITY I8CBIO.
SEtrATONTON A. rons, the 1s months' old boy baby sating a number of pr4ogl t Awnrle anad Enaish somp.al%
of Lawrence Marsh, residing near REAL 8TAT AND CITY &LOAN.
Supposed Assassination of Putnam Caldwell, was found Tuesday alive GOMW.S "_L X I 0 'J1.
County Farmer. and prattling to himself after a search
Eatonton, Ga., June 19.-Robert which began ,with the child's disap-
F. Adams, a prominent farmer living pearance on Saturday nglht and In ls. M. OS4A&m, President H. E. TATLOI, s
8 mlldA east of Ahis place, while at which a posse of several hundred 4M0. W. BHRs, Vies.Presidet Lis OuNAI.AM ss. AI s to
work in his field was shot down and men was employed. I L
left for dead. He lived long enough As H. nry -A. Hanthorn, one of the
to crawl lome and tell his family that searchers, led his horse to where the
he had been shot by the Jones boy, boy was standing,f the little fellow T IR A IA
or one of them. They are three loqoed up wide-eyed at the strange O h. IrMl^'lD L
brothers, who, it Is said, had sworn man In blue flannel shirt and wide-
vengeance against Adams for killlng brimmed hat and then at the horse.
four years ago Klah Jones, a broth- "Pony; baby ri4d pony?" the .. UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY ..
er of theirs, for which Adams was youngster questioned, with glistening
tried and acquitted on grounds of eyes. pl H 0
self-defense. "You bet you can; bless your little ,*apitp...* *.. .*s....e I 61
The community and surrounding old heart," cried Hanthorn. Surplus .......*..... .......... 0,000 00
neighborhoods are greatly excited over
the tragedy. SULPHUR BRINGS HEALTH. Interest Paid on savings Aoeunts and Oertaeste of Deposit. AlU
___ Traast ed Promptly.
Probing Hampton Roads Disaster. Purflu the Blood and Clears Up the ,.. TATYLR, OWWW.
Norfolk, Va., June 19.--The entire Complexion.
&nd Norfolk railroad tug Crisfield was Werybody needs to take sulphur _______ _''
ordered W appear before Iupervistng at this season. Nothing like it to purl-
Steamboat Inspector Oat Tuesday for ty the blood, clear up the complexion A
*it examination to determine whether and remove "that tired felnlg." But ol A re Insur..
that boat, or It tow, Is responsible the only way to take it Io In liquid I
Mr the recent wrecking of the MIn- form. Hancock's Lquid Sulpbr
sisota's launch and drowning of the taken Internally is the best Spritg In a Compaa that to ReIOalblo, Have a Poley s
eleven men of the navy. It was an- toilc. Applied externally Hanoo's Written With Uberaloy f olley s 0iesi d the
nouneod that the hearing would be Iaquid Balphur quickly cumres em&a PJft Loom PrIopal.
jWd and open to the public. Tettr, ad all ka Diseases. Ha
-ek'., the only Liquiad Salpm r Ot. V I A
China to Enter fWne Market, meat, reMove Pimples, Blaceasi You Are Assured
Loadoa, June 1.-Ohim ts about sa4 ores, and gives a beatiful aoft
to enter the world's wine market tor lveWety An. YTou druggist *edls It. That -so 5"rim A' s e -ess - oee withnoo W0o hp e
the first time, according to puabUise It cr Iuward D. Herring of Parede. refuge. I !
tion Just issued by the foreign oels. Md., if a bad ea of Dasea, a .d
Baperiments have been golag oa fTr M wrts: "My face is as smooth as *
ten years on the shores of the OM as fasat." h
Cellars belestongng to the vineyds are wrti4oSulphat Book dl pht free, e l o opt iwwlt d
now stored with thousands ef cak s Hancock Ufluid Sulphur i uS _susase Ce-peaI p etod.
of wisme. and It is the aepeotatloa to w0 liiIO. 1 ,
rasket this product begnala la the "
satamn of 190o. bgnigHomeopaths in Conventen. *M -U- A 1,
Aaneent Re t H,:, a. ,fu. t ,r o lateormfsi IgiaH OAINII VILL5.
s InOW I Ly aT m emo f It2 sixty-eigh,:h annual aAlion at tn
h ail mest O the tweat th eS ates in i,, at ':.re. The coiovetion
flI.Iy IAtI8t f the tforEhm 0* ;was5 called or :,r by Presldean --'--
ry. A nattfe oar for a A ward Boec *r HioIo.ker, of Hartford,
a. Burns, Outs, Upraina, Neuralgyao. ;,ts of standing commit-
v er. H. Roa Itmey, tees were ...* .!-, and several pro .
wr~tsa: U o ave and Inow Ulant p ams s .. '.* *o the by-law w | e r.
o Babanat n4d spalese. I wanted. A n.srmorial service wras
a5y ingSi n pIls. Sold by W. eld forth em be rs who ba e 1 died T.,0l
'a of j
by Siotoaue' Mstege
06 too~uemnaives. phe
ie 4*M 'Wte bohin eAirht fj _
J, bid to defead The U11tted State*
,Ee w ria*ament thredgh the wmInsater of "a :w "'
sk d-tm of the gulf, jAs t ne whhi
b u lI las, yd forging ol- ,- n vW Oer I0 Tv* baIe IOe othe signature of
stafment or bill for sw- xIr 'as agd under his per-
7=7"t d, bil6Ml o. I, _#I atunder hi hI'pr,
a uiii.ueasina e Its infancy.
ll brou0 w asTly Wb tt a h e 'aeoaet1delve youinsthips
Wal f e 1 it madytseroiltoe Iwh A'llConatetfU ., ImI Band "J ut-aei ood" lare but
S tjie a wes oats eIxplalnag the wMttatr Withaddingmder the heal th, oq.
SBbare Ip itheu arrsin. osoer, sad- Zaba T Ae, C4flM IV -3-...qu agas. t ExperimLent
den to k 0 bottle oaf trbuetlle 4d
w OMAfrom h wt O ookt and Isuoeedd
oh..e .os j WhtIs..CASTORIA
S 'lw bore the oer and-
041Wegold et to him. ft. Is f rbIM t aMstor Oil, Pare.
qN dUI 2f1t. bieyes and batly a4l, pro;pa ad -o S1i p. It Is Pleasant. it
Se foi aid w rr oier Opm nephne ior other Nearcot
to the O rady hospital an non destroy Wo
S1Oas' andmd almost dyingl ooaitioa. Sad aflas e M It erO DeiarrhOea and Wind
l AatU4ote were brought hurriedly, C O&cl. It relieves TeethiFg 1'ibles, aCreu Constipation
sam' ,**wry otort madoe to resueitate sad 'IIIt legny. It IindoW the Foed, regulates the
the oo2psolo4s 0nero, but he did not amach andk Bowels, ftamg houathmy id natural sleep.
Srewin eosfooudessa. Io ttth oc.- e.e OMidrens Pansen-h Mother's Friepd.
lelto ourred within thirty ainut. ,.
lul~COLL$ION oNsouiIR c.U u CASTORIA ALWAYS
pt 1i ,a rs -e Aga te nr-
PIagman KIlleMd and a Lady smen
41she10e, N. C.. June 1b.-ato
Inaa killed1 a woman passenger sort.
4atly ad probably fatally Injured,
Sl ,l0 t 4 a 6ore of passengers shaken up
s W1111a~~," s uli -e l bruised, was the remultm I
OtMhettedriur ail.wy The Kiid Ton Haen Always Boerlwht
. .....-.a lylva, between the regular /TheM
C.ar : sLow.tn Noo. 1 and a freight in use For over Yars.
M y June Is.r $2tea Noe. I was standing at Sylva In 6 For Ovr 99 Years,
hof the "J stati when the engine crashed into 1moisnsseneso. MeO ma. ne Wgm
of Virginia the rear 84d.
Ca pA.aiter of 'ih*e t man e thbi enU JumpI e
the ,as a prisoner and landed on his hean, austalatina
ft 1106 "e court Monday. ipjurles that a few hours later re-
Optain ietined to take san- ,suited abis death ESTHER 8. JOfOAN.. W. W. HAMPTON.
otr sedt Whre 6sked to do so by a Mrs. Grinstaff, the olty 'palbea-
w ad 01r4at- Im 4 gOet injured, was. In the re. coara, TA A
o5142 Pot ----r -mnd bearing the ,nIne beari' towa .s e ewA N and uhIDA N
2.e, the train, became pbi c-str 1JeR & V -COM PANY
..U.. b.. d ,jumped off the platform, almost
Adtdoa dialdirectly under tre wheels of the apI
Ithe a. but atSE Oat Pa* ptseelg eatine, w which struck her, INSURAN CE
aa to heed the requests .t street tt one leg and otherwise
eAr conductors In the fttufe. r her.
MU ________ PORTER BLOK OAINESVILLE. FLORIDA
S ir Waeurk Repert for the 11aM t-A for Catarrh that
Sam L..S.. ..a..S..A..8 w.I O .O 4 ,Fire, Life eand Ac cident Iho d b,
tMaw t th f or- On e b a e. phtely sopale
'" ae"s .... LOO g thiwhe terg
". 1-R4. UKeILey Jpl.diI_ o to be ma ya sel
P34 q. L. w......... 5.78 t-0 0 oWt&the blooded eauOn possi@l
May 7-W. cd)o. deirty ofr themr. latre Cata h
ratios for the abth of are A atet- -nbre P. J. Moey .
State sehooa1.......... 3,8.1M OW, t oand am o
May T-N. T. Henderson. sa"M at te la t i y061
ft"t Vs." abn ^oof l a mo kt Mrsbr sure t yoes t.
X K. Oosaa=I.7. man mOM IT To, Oh4OR by 1. J. 'OV t BLT alGs. 1. WE3
May I7-4. M X uan J. P0 1pM b rPahice. PrIl T7e per
Oea A. x........ wO bAa Jaoksonville and New York,
e l.Oo i Ws. Cr 09alling at O A0 L W, 8 0.. both wa,.
Mar 81-4. U -. 1em, tOK. I $10,6 for Lost Finger. g B
to be oredta a s moathas Colambua, Ga., nfe 19.-r-Teta bs vi
No ea. <...a... .. .. o...tousd dr utJoh Olyde New England and Southern Line'
Tatat r .ece..t ... :::::3,3l Rybubn bB hi. :J friend, 'E. 3 N and
a........... tthe agle and Phenix mill POadAll e
Bamanoe .................. US.*I. for that amount. Btslame that Se botrGS
Coalrtteejad t*M 9hry ough BO fault of his, and th* Sesthbo.a................................r om Le wI Wharf. Bes'fl
Oer al Pund .........d... MIM stfor dcmages r the result. outhbomad............ ....PromFoootfOstheroe**t..JackiDonvilP
Mecool Shad .......u..... m
Phe.ads Forfeotred.. hMPn f'.A f lD A Clvt St Johns iver Line
O.Waden .........,... C STO IA UUE Stw'.a.. .A.or.K.S. .UvRa.n
lane st tot baasoe..... DJ' Ty *. .hass liver.
_a n*r Steamer "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE"
t ld appeatedWI ItoMUil 5 follows Lease Jaelseaville,S.edaJI.1To*hY"
__________ Thssayaue, 8su8. a. Beauraiag. leave Sanford Monday'
pa"W" eof spse, No. W4m
*5, sk Awsof Fudd% I gioe bei.
ks"Imt so~wifgtb -Maim~
'AZ -~ UO
Bye ow ffW WW E w -
.rRADgMARKS lam ............ Ay. ** .*.. *..* ..
if~~~~~~~~ ~ pswl og.I ~ ~ ***......
SMM in LT g. __C
wm~ u ma e -u-~a. b. r AL
IL favom um IL ILO WN," 4o INA..
inu~7 ,~ 4~.t hA-9
0 W ; .
- m~rmkawsANA rlafle SODa. a
4b"* vt- ,,
J' . .
.a Po Rt ...
W. X&a' Street. s. ? mu.
adays delivered by carrier In th6 .
tn, -partof the UsIted it p
jorf ),c r:$2.50 "Ak o ;tVS t5tbr
Uo ,OJ rent s v weeki"6trut 1*
dad Ltg nti in local ColumM oemto 'bub
ir in, and 5 cents fota bShddits
'or display advcrtisfng made tUwn 0a
le.rwie4.eun b ian edigtl-ga forty
,,per, published every Meada" sad
Igd*y, and co1It81 aU the to heO
to, State and genril", sad wll
postage fr ee, to any ri f kU
ort anada, for j.ooa year-l adVamIO
seeing bilk become due aft
ce of advertisement, taS eti8 tm
ted in contract. Parties tNt kWk to
W required to PAY for wdvgtbag io 'a .
Address. THE DAUV SU,.
0 0oooooooooo00ooo 0
Wi Ouva Jelly and Preserved Flig1 o
in Alachua County. o
Twelve miles from GatlaneIMe, to
south, in the midst of a busy truck*
gf section, Is the railway eta-
of sacoma, on the G. & 0. A
minutes' walk tom the depot,
the summit of a hill about 60 feet
and over 100 feet above sea,
L, have been for more than twenty
the attractive realdence, orange
au. fruit treed and fields of that
known and energetic farmer, MT.
C. Smith. Although many of the
tree were killed to the ground
the great frost of 1904-5, the dead
have now been mostly replaced,
4 the groves have again taken qn
promising appearance. On aooont
d the unprecedented drought of the
ev et year, there Is but little fruit on
diWer orange or guava tree and the
aep of figs Is much Inferior to that
S11906. When the writer visited the
on June 17th, 1907, (had hi
Ibbes here to record hisU thnk* fot
ft kind hospitality shown him by
r. Smith and his clever wife), the
of the long drought were very
Lt. But a deep well was being
uk on the top of tOeblU ,a4 If
Mdlent water is met with an aer-
a*tor will be set up and frotre
The guava enclosure is on the sum-
Ut of the hill. It is 100 feet square,
aMl is surrounded by a close plnak
IOl ten feet high, being enteurd by.
a door In the side. One hundr trees
d the best cultivated vretie aof
to tropical guava are Inside:..t e
Wr-shaped. the white, the; MWok
aM the yellow being repretfataed* ti
U t Wlants were obtained thsre
s ago from Reasonwer mr. of
01to They were set out tes feet
rMt. They now form sturdy e
erached trees, with f se clean hd
"d large sappy leave ad twa
Or have to be awn of above to
khep them down to ten feet In hight.
that in winter the whole nelooure
) (o^ring the top. Lat yer the
branrhps of the guavas met and
;*etiliedi th4 whole enlosure, giving
Ly Lirz,, croi, of fruit Bit this
.,r ,runing. the drought has
'...# i-,d their growth. The
-Tt ha' l- er seen in the W t In.
a' "- fine clean, wel-frown
P a .",;t,,,Y free from mamle, in-
.,, 'h r t. '
"' :are picked when ripe,
: .;r L. the Jule pr s out
: ':" Lr, .,. The juce is
.t amount of the brt
ar (costing frt- 5%
ha" dissolved. the qid WIS
-.~ .aud then O"Peirede
large Un-lined upe
*.Th,.re ilaM.seed tI
S 'irequb to 6A *0
Serpesj.a hs *b"
Ike &to alne am lg'b
Theli" le a -
1 end Ot eoyge
4 am wo I
Im m f
o mahte fcnac
uavaguava ae grow n the open
o to e osr This gva ba
ond, p fruits, near
eablat we in dres b the
"AN*6 i# those in
maklavord Jy with
o bheater lmtt fto On account
f harvga been supplied wAh waste
th e tropcal they va. Thbearig well.)
several hrubs d the eattley or straw-
hberrys gu atre growing in the open
or in-the enlosure- This guava beatt
small,round, purpl fruits, which are
agreeable to eat when fresh, but do
not make such well-flavored jelly as
the tropical guava. The small yellow
Chinese guavam which is also growing
In the open, yields a jelly from which
the true guava flavor seems entirely
,absent. Some of the varieties of
guava In the enclosure, especially the
large white, are agreeable dessert
There are six large fig trees grow-
Ing In the open, lower down the hill,
on soil which experience has shown
.Is not suited for oranges, being slight-
ly clayey and apparently resting on
a feruginous subsoil. These tree
were Injured In the great frost of
1894-6. This year they did not start
well In the spring, on account of the
drought, and were cultivated and ma-
nared for the first tie. They are of a
fine spreading dome shape, well
branched from the base. Two of them,
measured by the writer, are 36 yards
in circumference of spread, the
branches being close and reaching
to the ground. The variety which Is
used for preserving .Is called the
Smyrna. It forms quite large fgs,
iwbfh are yellow when ripe. If the
fruits are left on too long they may
be eaten by the black crows, which
have to be driven off or shot (OneI
or% more of the six fg trees bore
sugar 'flg and these turn brown when
ripe. They are not so good for pre-
serving, and were not used for that
purpose.) As It is not podible to'
ship ripe figs ny considerable dis-
tance, and th afgs cannot well be
dried in the sun on account of insects,
and because they cannot compete, If
dried, with those fs w h have
been fertilized by the fig wasp (such
a the dried figs now produced in Cali-
fornia) the alternative is ,to preserve
them in byrup. The fgs are picked
when firm, and Just beginning to
turn yellow. (There Is something
in the ftreh:d gs, perhaps the milky
auice, which is irritating to the
skin, ad it may be best to wear rub-
ber gloves while handling the fruit.)
The Ags re first boiled in water for
one hou, to remove all acridity. The
water s trained off and the figs
boiled lor from two to two and a
half hours in srmog syrup made from
w", granulated-sugar. This syrup
S ades a strong a It an be made
W*hout crystaulsfg. The flg are
42. put while hot, l Ito glasUM bottles
with screw caps. Pigs thus treated
form an excellent preserve, which do-
esrves and will doubtless attain wide
popularity. Last year. at Tacoma,
more than a hundred-weight of ba
Ims gathered from each fi tree.
There seemsra to be a good demand
for doseldc guava Jelly itn the Uni-
ted States, since the foreign product
besides being usually heavily taxed,
Is not uniform in quaslty, and being
made carelessly and oftem with wood
for fuel with Inferior sugar, Is not
seldom smoky or otherwise of poor
flavor or consistence. igs well pre-
served tn syrup seem to be superior
to the dried article. There appears
Ito be a likelihood that, with the whole
of the United States to supply, the
preparation of figs in syrup might be
profitably extended in Florida. Where
fig trees do not do well a heavy mulch
of perhaps moss, or of water hyacinth.
might be tried.
B. Be.. London.
LAte of the Imperial Department of
Ai6Iftere, British West Indies.
Jdtge 5. C. Polsock, in the United
taM District Court at Leaveworth.
Eanow the 17th lst. tno the case
Sthe rsA Btrewing Company ask-
5MisbsM. Mint au'moey-enwal of
_or tal-ew >uaosr.e v federal
lm on- seems ne.o. In mdt
m mmw f tm rKa mu d tat
so$e a 6 *b* **owsw f '* o
s a~wR -s -9me
t .o:- e, *
dre" has s 'Veto
Into which *htpoveor
man of nu=lMu pointedly attacked
some of Preiidpit Roosevelt'a poll es,
and especlagy hr s attempt to dictae
to Congress ad overthrow States
rights and h0ome rule. "The cryult
lawlessness 6t the age," said Gv.
Sherman, "Ids h gradual weakentag
of the legislative branch of the Gov-
ernment. We need not denounce the
cause. We deplore the fact. The
cause may be the personality ofita
members. It may be the Insidious at,
tacks of the executive from time to
time. The legislative originally was
the strongest and most representative.
It is so no longer.
"The State governments are pow-
erful agencies to train the citizen to
Ian appreciation and understanding of
civic duties, either in State or gener-
el Government The State cannot be
reduced to a mere outlying Federal
province, dependent upon the general
Government for Its general local wel-
Such advice from a Republican offi-
cial shows that there Is a deep under-
current swirling to the surface for
the Democratic policy of the freedom
of the representatives of the people
from executive dictation, and the re-
suscitatlon of the reserved rights of
the States and home rule.
This Republican protest against the
"Insidious attacks of the executive"
and "the usurpation of those in power,
drunk with the lust of official might,"
as Governor Sherman puts it, is a
much more caustic criticism of the
acts of President Roosevelt than has
come from any Democrat.
Politically It is very Important, as
Governor Sherman is a close friend
of Speaker Cannon, and would hardly
have made thiMs attack without his
counsel or consent. The old school
Lincoln Republicans are evidently
combined to prevet the dictation of
their present Maknuous but erratic
Democrats havtlong viewed with
alarm the Iooeoclastlo policies that
have been fostered by the Roosevelt
(action of the Republican party, that
in the name of reform is attempting
to tear down the constitutional edifice
reared by the fathers of the Republic
without even asuring a solid founda-
tion for the centralisation they plan
in its place.
While Presadet Roosevelt Is given
full credit for his adoption, of some
Democratic policies It Is feared that
the efect at his Mthlltolan false e
doctrines w l bring disaster. The
fact is that President Roosevelt is an
opportunist ready to grasp at any
bubble that rises to the surface of the
political pond:that he thinks will aid
Representative Reese of Escambla
and Rowe o6 Madlec will ask for an
ijunctiloo enjining uihe payment of
the $1e00 appropriation to aid the
Tampa Pair Association to holding
a State fair In the years 1t07 and
"Mere man knows one uVene l-
Ikoth of one per ocet about amy-
thing," says Thomas Edison. Still
there Ios Oerge Bernard Shaw. to
"whm we may turn when In doubt
He knowe the rest of It.
If Mr. Rooesevelt ever has anything
to say about the fish prevaricators we
know of a Princeton yn who wIl
call on Webster's dictionary for an
In o particular Alachus county
Is alwal's boehnd every other county
m the m .he publication of the
detltquet lsa list.
r AND WOM*****.
.! on a t,4U4 4' I
Lff P., 6d b~i 11014 # to
t,.soo. gimwws.'d I
A". 6 UW
ASure Cure GSSB
w Muscles. Lame B
WAN miST Vthat stop Irritation, subdues taIdm
ITEW rthe Pores, loosens the Fibrous 'fs,
- a free circulation of the Blood, giving the MUnasig
BST LmUMrNT ON IARTM
ON TO MD.ALWAYS USKD ,
SID S01ATIO RHEUNMATISI
KN . A. Omw i, 0 a .,. lonmoz ,
Ten., writes hes beearyin the baths o
Not ulsbs,_ Ah., io slatle rhMnmatlem, but I
sm- riof fr-m Ballad'a 6ow liniment
BaU ard lt StLiniment Col
IoL. Mm U, & A.
W. M. JOB TSOl T-
0*00. *.0 0 ia .0000000
The Atlantic Coast Line RallaJ
People all over Florida: see the Atlantic Coast LI
"Purple Folder" for schedules to the Jamestown EZXtp'
gition Two daily trains each way with through PFlII
man Buffst Sleeping Cars.
Season sixty days and fifteen days-limit exorio
tickets on sale daily from April 19th to November 8ot
at low rate.
0Coach exouilons at very low rate.
For further information see your nearest railroa41
agent or write
FRANK C. BOYLSTON y
District Passenger Agent, Atlantic Cmat Line, Jaokseavii Feri
Air Line Railway
SAVANNAH, C'OLUMBIA, OAMDEN, 80U
THERN PINES, RAEIH, RICHMOND,
WASHInONA S AIOR PHIL.E
ADELPHIA, NEW YORK.
I0I II Iv
Two Zlat Trains Daily:
Modern Pullman Equipment
The Jamestown Expoltlion L
Norfolk VW .
mmabom 1ckis a n D01.
h~b~e sad qw mA p e
IL Q ~ uwUwom a
a. ~ -:-
I I II
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4,. ,' S 7~j2iM.T~,. ~K 7
~ *b~ eas mal.~prt
BOX ~ Ua
thes.h sa as4g
pyb hashma, or
d ie wo Inim sm b
*at abs toIambspo
thtfoury W, witout gumS
m5Uo~~t*Als..widh Wbloh Ve
Z=e m ~p ~.~px trod bn
b DIN*oo 1thte
Oft*s Mi.~ h -
$O MA 0 INR.I
G~suIs 8611488* 1BIC".
3A2DNAN. MAIImON Ah
14H o~ iim q -m s Or ogy.
ALITO1IUY AT LAW,
0auw now, wfut m aw
IJraft and'Trigck Growei
Lo &. 3Io53I, no1w "d ?ryVrt
OiNs.. *.*.o0sa00004600. 0 0 0 4. Aug*
Ot "00"~~ilsms a~m
*wetb ION bwon at now
.' ; ,' ' '
,+ + A fte piM "~ -W A r W .'* L ^ v.c
A POCKET BANRK FREE
To Each and Every Person Who Re-
Semi-Weekly Stn for Another
or to The Daily for Three Months---
Also to Any New Subscriber.
- -AA, A. k A,.-,A, A,, -Am
TIn PCKifrT Y S BANw PIDEMI ( IR ct110il
....IN OAlH!SILI[... '
Benefloent epidemics are scarce, but such a one has struck Gainesville.
and people of every station and occupation have the fever.
It is most interesting and instructive to study the constantly changing
line of anp'ifants for Pocket Banks as it files through The 'Sun's busine,;
office. There is the mother, bringing her daughter with her and securing a
bank for the girl, another for herseY, and inquiring aAxiously whether h.
may have another fori the boy who is at work. She receives it promptly
Boys come-eome are steady, serious.faoed chaps who \v1ave b?;g1un 1,
think on their ow account, and who ask questions about the operation f
the scheme wh ow the results of rubbing up against the world
Then the Hil school girls and boys, gay and active, while th, ', %v
man and business slip in" during the noon hour to get a b.nk ':"
boy or girl at home, after asking one or two leading questions to m 'ik- -Io
there is no joke about the 25 cents.
......fl MAN IN OIIUni ......
on %A- -
A HANDSOME NICKEL POCKET SAVINGS BANK and an r
IV mi-Me-",im L S q
at am or more it i 0
I c. v r I
Lvw m u -r -
as tas to __
e srorat i o
1f -he State of th
o0m1pany the ton l r
rtwei. o ofsis
t sofwithein the otaf aV t
Ast cl sei of inorporate
; operate belo unde ,
d oh Vmetrl; aot Ia t
rpr 1.-The name of tha perW o
S oery ard pM ; n
B all be Maddox Fo t4 *W.
county, Ferorida, and o*d,
rsh and offices a, wor and IO e
ctinthe operawithin of the bs
S and2-Te generally be aed w a
business or buslrasse0
M havedi alndl the powers 1 td
y hall be the re anuftaflfti,
and selling of mnaho tenr a1nd
umces operate foundersol, buy-
d *selling all kinds of ron. br a ss
and other metal; act as ate
stoc of said company pOhall or
tyon n the pureand ollas dided
twchuner d and Fapply a; an
corporation r hall havue of One wn-
Dolly to do, perform ha followed,
rele and enjoy all oin property
ers and thin as Shal mt-
tL necessary or expedie-t for the
acting the operation of the but*
and' generally be vested wift
btoave alle for tha rested, a r
ecs may be hefter mi rann to
Article 3.-The amountess of this.
rastock of shall beid companyduhaled by a
ty-five Thousand Dollar dividdce-predent, ser-
two hundred and fifty sthre
Itih of the par value of Oneretary aHun-
teDollars, to be paid n aby thfollows:
mnelve thousand dollars of jtoPerty
a just valuation to be fixed by the
tors of said company at a meet-
t a to be called for that purpose, fire
dried dollars In cash September 1907, and the hal-
acy to remain In the treasury to be
Otpo ed of in such manner as the
dwtors may determine.
Article 4-The term for which this
lo.oratiorn Is to exist Is ninety-alie
Article 5.-The business of this
.1'oraton shall be conducted by a
President. a vice-president, a secre-
thr, a treasurer and a board of three
iwtors-the office of ecretaon and
traurer may be hequald by the
folnoin The board of directors
S ,ll he elected by the tockhomlde
at ai nietIng to be held on the first
a in Send member 1907 and an-oye sh
aBullv thereafter. The board of-d
Twtors ahall elect the offIcers of the
rn.:lnn --(he president and vloe-preslt
dli.' 4aIl b elected from among
th hft board of directors.
ti the f hi hesrst election and until
tir ~ iur c h sor hall be quais o ed, the
1ol0o1ir1 officers and director= shall
i i..i. and Ellar. E. Voyle, aec-
SArtC 1.- n hd E. E. Voyle shall
" I..i... '. eflrt board of director
U %-ir_ orator of said
^^r-, *ia a;d the subscribers for
t. .. k r.of with the number of
P'" ..t.... ri:H. for by eacj are as
I -. .
a~,J -. -
Archer. Florida, 110
Gaineeville, Forda,. 10
Gainegvillo, Florida. S
`00 i V an lI t h d aY o f
J. 1) 19W7, before meA. 3.
notary public in a4mrnmm
k4 '- r~ WW. and 16W mto
'-rwas 5who maboebsi tme
Le. And $"Wwafty~w ss
fr:...tbat they sobs ~ a th
a w. w expAa vas am on
.C.oa0 h Excorioa to Nor-
folk; on sale each Toes-'
I t ten days. No stop.orers
w 5 |E-Fiftimenday ticket. Good
S 5 in sleeper. Stop-oversal.
low.* wbshi! limit of ticket.
$01-gSixty-day ticket. Good
$2m 1 sleeperr. Stopovers
at4wed wbtin limit.
S75-Season ticket. Good In
*Weli eepers.' Stop-oven al.
lowed within limit, Dee. 159th,
2 -S 6 pokan, Wah., Jane.
$7265 19&b to Joly 11th; limit
fept. 1&&h. Diverse rouse.. Stop-overd
allowed west of Mempkli or shilago.
880 I -Portland, Ore.,*Seattle,
$Ug If Wash., Victoria, B. 0.;
*p4ilonsBs eare as to Spokane.
SINOR TOURIST RATES
ON SALE DAILT-LIMIT OCT. Slst
Denver, Col ................... $67.90
GainseJille, Ga............. 17.20
Chilago, III ................. 4.06
Detroit, Mioh. ................ 44.46
Niagara Falls, N. Y............. 48.
Lookout Mt., Tenn........... 24.15;
WashLngto, D. C........... 37.00
Put-In-Bay, 0. ............... 42.956
For further information and Pillman
reservapon call on or write FRANK
C. BOVLSTON, District Pausenger
Agent Atlantic Coast Line, Jackson-
Alathoa eoonty is 800,400 aeres In
area, has 948 miles railroad 900
miles wagon road, 56 postoboet,
128 public schools, 27 phosphate
plants, 20 saw mills, $75,000 oourt
house, four newspapers, and pro.
duees orn, cotton, rise, sogar,
oats, rye, potatoes, pineapples, or-
anoes, peaohep, pears, ploum, pe
eans, and all kinds of vegetablee
Gainesville, the County Seat",
Has fourteen churches, two obli
schools, the University of Florida,
private schools, three newspaper
United States land ole, the beet
water, fire alarm srteam, eltdil
and a li ht, tIro leae Iatorles,
machine shops, three wood lfat
ries, cotton git, twe moes feAtorMe,
three railroads, tYo tfertilll r as.
ufheturing eompaiesm, soe lbee
manufadtory, one reetifylan tSr
pentlae plant, two banks, ano well
stocked stores embracing evM
thing in the oommereial lie.
TtEASURY DBPARIMNT. Office of the
WasUloTOW. D. C.. Jugs I. 1 M.
SKALED PROPO9ALS Iwml be reeelved at
Uoe until 3 o'clock pr. 0 8the 1fb
Oar July. lW7. amd theu opened. for the
oesutioUM (acompete)l of tbe U. S. PoeMP
osBee at GalmeeSe. Florida. Ito co.aeoe
wiMt MW lafU and MpefcaUoMS. cem paof
Wheb my abe "a a had office or St tbh e 00
of be ump fi e ar at Oalncve FrdA a s*It
P R HINTING
When a man wants Printing
done, he wants it done RIGHT.
That's the kind We do.
AM Al44A 44*k 0
EVERY HII N G
In the way of Commercial Job Prnting.
Write for Samples and Prlces-as Good 0
as the Best, as Cheao as the Cheaoesti
V" U'Ae WI-ma hvedm m.
Wt an a-Ybs v ~
j ay and raw abm W~.'
W. IL 9@%it
.1.-B . ..-
. ,' ,^, -^'
II$!4.?y I ~1
ald by Oar "
AL AND SOOI800AL i
He*dand What is
Told in Short Wi
1W 4e who IuMe M
p for sale at this e.
calling cards I n t n*
boles typewrite for fOle. 10A.
leases for sale at t~d oBoe
$3 per hundred.
L. Halle of Jacksonvflla wet
in this city on busIaeW.
the best printed statioery at
prices call at The Sa o*Bo.
C. Vertrees. Jr., of PalatkA.' wi
at the Brown House yeter-
ty Tax Assessor W. W. Cosonb
turned from a brief business
W. Taylor and Thomas Roebuck
gone to points in South Florida
a surveying tour.
Gardner of Tampa is spending
Ja days in this city on bltineas
pleasure combined. .
hie best typewriter ribbon oI the
et for sale at this office at 75
W. A. McGriff of Micanopy
ed to her home yesterday, after
t to relatives in this city.
bc Hines of Willeford and son,
,s8. Hines of LdArosse, were visit-
to the county capital yesterday.
onrmal Teachers and Students-
dial prices to YOU on laundry, at
Pver's Gainesville Steam Laundry.
C. C. Cagle left yesterday for
lter and other points in t de In.
ra of the Gainesville Furniture
nice rooms on
for man and wife
J. H.ZMalphurs has gone to Jackson-
Wille on a business trip.
Lost--olld gold band bracelet. Re-
turn to Miss Witherspoon and rehelve
-': Dr. J. Hairison Hodges was called
to Cedar Key yesterday on profession.
Dr. J. H. Colson returned yester-
day from a professional visit to
Mrs. J. W. Means returned to her
home at McIntosh yesterday, after a
pleasant visit to relatives here.
1las Aima Fennell left yesterday
for Hawthorn, where she will be the
guest of relatives for a few days.
Jasper Malphurs has accepted a po-
sition as checking clerk at the
freight station of the Gainesville and
Captain S. C. Tucker has gone to
Ocala, having been summoned as a
witness before the circuit court for
Mrs. D. M. Phlfer of Windsor, after
a pleasant visit to Mr. and Mrs. Mar-
vin S. Phifer In this city, returned to
her home yesterday.
J. A. Hague, agent of the Atlantie
Coast Line at Tyler, was among
those who spent yesterday in this city
on Important business.
L. W. Jackson left yesterday for
Ocala and other 'points. He expects
to make 'a tour of Marion and Citrus
Apply M. B.l counties before rurnaing.
V. P. Moseley left Tuesday fbr his
bome in Kentucky, where he will
a few weeks pleasantly with
i and relatives.
Mrs. W. D. Smith left yesterday for
nville. where she will be the
t of her daughter, Miss Rosa
for a few days.
CCodu(tor W. Lowman of-the Sea-
Air Line. who makes his head-
ers in Waldo. spent yesterday
this city on business.
l[utwn )oganr and Mamie PaschaU
married in this city Wednesday,
P .1I Lynch of St. Patrick's
li(' hur(h offlclatinlg.
rs. F T. Ilouglass and son. Frank.
Mr, s .1 Mixson and son, -
ar at home again, after a
at sojourn, at the Jamestopn
0 DI) Huff of ivinston, one of the
Sur'c."f.ul truckers In that see-
of tihe count), returned to his
.tsrday, after spending three
r1fo.; in.. this city (n the J*ry.
kiL N\ S- kr-rt anui daughters,
the ('u;,:. r i,umber a,
rl n d ;ro,,,,r a business trip to.
Pa or points in gooth
S* ," intcre.t of his tiel-
Th t'!". ,11n,.mting of Klrby
Kt r 1) (' whieh was
L^,. 1', iat 4: !o o'clock Stis
"" ^nome of Mrs.'LH. H.
S**** postponed 1at1
. o 0ooo., e e oo 0
UP STAIRS OV S 11N*OO
DR INN RTOOAY. :
SO; Roast Mtrtln.
I Cc'. Creamed Pbtesf t 0
Bakeo me". *
ad- Tjmatoasem a"i 1
ligg AS Yow OMe $losse
'%P LACR p" "lAi3s
Wanted-Manager for branch of-
fce we wish to locate here in Gaines-
vills. Address, with reference, The
Morris Wholesale House,. CIncinnatI
Mrs. Fannie Dickson of Hawthorn
was In the ctly for a few hours yes-
terday. She was en roqte to Fa~stte
ville, N. C., where she will spend a
Eletha Mickeus, colored, aged about
thirty, died at her home in this city
Tuesday, and was buried Wednesday.
Undertaker T. F. Thomas had charge
of the arrangements.
Friends of Mrs. Moses Edelstein,
who has been Indisposed at her home
on South Garden street for the past
few days, will beglad to earn thatcher
condition is improved.
Mrs. Leggette of Clinton, N. C., who
has been here on a visit to her sister,
Mrs. G. E. Hobbs, left yesterday for
Hawthorn, where she will spend a
few days before proceeding home.
Many anillia extracts had to be
changed to comply with the National
Pure Food Law but Blue Ribbon has
always been pure. It has likewise
been of the highest standard of qual-
C. C. Hudson, formerly of this city
but now engaged In' business in Jack-
mavflle. ls here for a day or two. Mrs.
Huison and children have been to
Gelaiesvlle for several days as guests
of Mrs. J. B. Douglass, North Franklin
FOURTH OF JULY-Seaboard Air
Lane railway will eUl tickets at rate
of oae and oomethird straight fares
for the round tri between ali points
wth a inim rate of fty cents.
ckets oa sal July Ed, Srd and
4th. good returning oa or before July
Wasted-Mm to leas barber tade,
$15 to0 w11 ky ped P radates; few
tool and be tart tree eclnbc.
-eops, OL B9W -ears aow.
Wrte at ee. MNer aD r Coleges
bsWe; leg a ewz sbeme,-re.
S.7 'M pee i@ ]ANN OW
Mw4it Adjou lWMie t W. ba
Wae Being T r mbeAleme
While the i gthe State vs
Brown, W"S ith eibca
e06t, was inu yesterday at
aMon about 56, and while the
feedait hbu*ef wA on the ate
the Odurt adorned until S o'cl
The Jury la this cae Is compo
of A. J. Feaster, W. H. Guthrie,
Baldwin, Fernando Sanchez, A. J.
Costa and Joseph Warren.
IN MAYpR'S COURT.
Chas. Gordon and Rebecca WilI
Pined for Disorderly Conduct.
Charles Gordon and Rebecca V
Am* were lined up before Ma)
Thomas Wednesday morning upon
charge of disorderly conduct, havi
been arrested Tuesday night by I
llceman Crockett Kite.
A fine of $10 and costs was
messed, which was paid and t
Southern Uxpress Changes.
D. L. Graham, for the past thr
years agent of the Southern Expre
Company at this point, has resign
to accept a responsible position wl
the Dutton Phosphate Company.
Cashier Hooks, who has been wi
the local office for some time, h
been promoted to, the agency, wh
P. F. McCook, billing clerk, has be
Card from Wen. Thomas.
William Thbeass desires through
The Sun to extend his sincere thanks
and appreciation to the members of
the Jury, as well as to his friends,
for their sympathy and support in his
recent trouble, assuring them that he
will never forget their kindness.
Mrs. W. R. Steikert and daughter,
Misses Chatlotte, Florence and Caro-
line, and son., Master William, left
yesterday for point in Canada, where
they go on their annual outing, and
expect to be absent several weeks.
They go first to Niagara Falls, from
wheneo, they wil -make several lide
trips. Friends rish them a pleasant
and bsefeial seloumn. In the mean-
time Mr. Steckert says be will be
perfectly satisfied to "keep house"
Chspost Store on Earth.
We have just received a
nice shipment of choice
patterns Prices strictly
Are much cooler in the
SIImaOr than wood ones.
tbave a magnificent
ad now is a good
MIee to purchase.
Our Shoe Department
ot.ia s. some good things
for M], Women and
C(Ildrea. Try us for
- - - - v -i'l l
. ......... ......... ..........
IS ALWAYS ABSOLUTELY PURE
.LQk the C G-la Crown and Label and you are
ed.tbetdrink of Coca-Cola obtainable. The
Itoat primt arM always exactly correct, in-.
S a ,uniform drink all the time; no over
W1f er2'*? S*??'PW mixing to contend
Jacksonville Coca -Coa Bottling Co.
Mohly from Jan. 1, 1900, to
zay 1., 190I Inclusive.
July .. . ....
49.05 59.73 43.43
An Enjoyable Function.
One of the most enjoyable social
functions of the season wps a lawn
party and watermelon east given by
a number of young people at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Vidal.
East Gainesville, Tuesday evening.
There were about sixteen present,
and the party enjoyed a number of
the most luscious melons seen here
The lawn was decorated with Il-
luminated Japanese lanterns, making
a very pretty effect.
Although this function came almost
In the nature of a surprise, those pres-
eat are under obligations to Miss
Lemoora Vidal. who retained her repu-
tation as a clever hostess.
Among the prominent visitors to
this ity is Hon. S. W. Williams of
New Orleans, a special agent of the
general land office, who is makla a
tour of Inspection In this seotino of
the country. Col. Williams was hber
on a tour of inspection two years ago,
at which tim many of our eitkasw
had the plemasre of meeting him.
He compliments the eity very, highly
on its rapid advancement, clamaereal*.
ly and otherwise, since his last vist.
Hew Peeple Lee wThor MeWy.
By 0oeanittg It about th&r pesao&
by stowing it away In 8 ) N 4i
jare; by sewlag it up u dirte a
ticks; by tecking It mnder the woles
and carpets". In capbeoMrdi d b
r.au drawer.; these ae of the
ways by whch pe los their
money, and somedmp their Vve
New Pseple Syve T ir Mel y.
By deposittng It Is a gosd. reliable
bank. Comdent that this beak ftay
meets the vW e i esdie. we teder
Its services to al who believe Ia keep-
lag on the Msia d.
(Next to Postotfee )
Beginning April let we will put s"
our summer ratw of $4 per week--Il ',
peale-and $4 trad.og tickets. Strlew,"
ly SJs.olues in every respect. Two i
large eleetrin fatas. laoringe omfort.i
COLD URINE8 OF ALL KIMND.
Coffee the beet. Evergtbiam
nice. Game looked to order
OPTN EARLY and LAT*
resh Saltwater FMi
CiAlMZ5VI.LKC, ** LOSID&3
1. or* now PF*Pared to accommcb.
the trade with she best Shp a
afford. t ib isIi. le.'Phone Ill
PULL LINE OP
..d~rl 153 33U
I .. l aM S~e upb i I .
or"* ase "oeie
Fpoal Be U b quad.
Ole m". )"ll 4"J wb~ *$&am
NO Le Wif Opte04
m~o to WIN. Von 0 e. olfta
- *g W O d~m atIwete
your next pair. we muu-
A bib*@" OW?090"s4 40NW OUSE
Sboes that we" 0W W
Trade with us and be DaamnnR &SHO
m" m 4e0 full Im Vs YNR 6,1 VKI xfi ,r~l ,,,,,
;WEI.RR ~ If f .modb ss
at Gainesville, Pla
i^ 'a....' .le, M o are wu f 1
tg sem acuse ou, Sad t here ish
'eM U nevrit on p o to ny dt. g ',
a utigsdt a get pyorh mtn .,
l mo the ti-- Mr. --Mthr wat t .-
Sdto ie house wipt N* Wa" m
1* talE hm that I waa, not goins with
a"nd he sid, "W.eLa come ltlt
ad 7Yard ia th-e .,I uam &bt. hds
ScM., At tht operi, when he
5,u amwhtre, or eha wArIe he was QI
,,._.+, g out his pitoul tlt Ioon10 0 eI
M 'rs bead ya od thole paoM s
v w t~optes pe stou M pO It w j
MWae i.tband offt ote ai t O
P -"-s ti e h ma t e t ok t t
1eur ust s ae pistheoh iade an hs blod
;,ig ag riost ead heid t poer aoy f
trble vi.hY ou ate a w t w
Sto have trouble b at a ny a hdto'ld *hea
.eMO eto his- hoe with a" 'aet I M I
4 tt Xhim that I w&&anot olong wtha 1
oi ma; aib he "Iad, "Well, comen ats mtgi
ay',"1 ltM and'1 Ial ld "Ma eI ham dot A
Be hinde was horsins it m the whie h
u ~ a d .go. ... .t on. I ,an ot atsll o o that
I Old.l At that period, when he tt y
H jhg S Sp b 0 just psfase t o gt my ia and go wit hI
Wit V. W atwhe or half way. he was
S B: sote_ g with h f pistol IWn his pocket' that
ii tbl tudeda hand wase on the pistol-- t?
i"i aof the 0l*toL.,H Oan er d
e andlt o of- the istoL. tia
'AMe ft ime that be took it out/J were
b is Wu" sbo the handle; and wh t boo*
ty ig1wl"0 She -yllder anM d I could oth be t
a Aa I t behtidat the Po et mtat
adleft band a* a&d told Maxib
f wais log aw bO W ith behim any.
M ad ot his"tol an yT
St itt I had to t hati
., Mt-th he did't k as e to to"
Spywhere tad wateatn e saidtg that, 8tri
0 Ulder put his pistol back In his MUM
Spoofet and when I did, Juast as soon *t e t
S(t11.U I thougll ht I was safe, I tuArned a was a
"ie Qtak a j could atd went Into the 8ie
th' hop b# Just w tet as I could go. It oeding
*W- W" not more than six stepe util I ompe
A t :SA, wared tShe woAt door. When I done White
^ af4 thto. I taied and went to the Brat not hb
M> est ro of the use w. ad I beard them.
tl flow wHodder tell him: "Cotmp& At b
0 -SMa*, and lets to-he has doe6 SMowa
Sbi tb l e" Mid Soofeld repeated it to Wh
f. *mm. tiewl.al A t-Md "I am a man from the W" I
a$m C M m mhead to the bottom of my tela
IafMa Ut. a I at gaoin to run bom t
Me t- l^'' t- man;" and when he th11,
FLbw" oand I oubht at the time that prt
be wa" g ain away, bat he madeThf
(r. g4 oo aWw t &B?#$Mtts 4"d got his Plitol and The
at J"t -00 bit I&thatd am ono*nm
a B-l '\. While this altercation was go. the at%
b 00, Mr. -0040K, at the gate there to the
t Uk ato~ tf- eerStaLwref thte a number -peo- hour a
i~f^.en weoeaft towl reepekMit tae as. 2?
~~ f*! Ir, wiey
his left hm1
k that (inudi
11ig at the front
K that leads to
_in plain viw go
p In plain view.
the gate wit
a.n it the pDo
Atf his ocket q
.U near as I
l, did he have
I his right hand.
. talking, cursing
"thing at the (
kto the door?
hat passed beti
? .A. I just ste
s aid "Maiie,
i "By let
See him do
with his sg
.*has timb that
apd from his
with the I
at that time
bUnds of Mr.
t reason, and
thoee nces, that !
lIa all suffering
$gta, objected the,
h ehis direct ed
Ithe ofta e stat&
n oe n afnoo
aUnd the 1N
e0 Arlt witness.
14 wit4 Was well acqd
h ithlt lao deceased.
t he 6p t 1hBell with Mt
4 on e Oupsaday afternoon
thi kMIlp; he was in
am "with. lofield and O
field that ternoon, but he
ar .all g omversatlon betw
SadI':IA t le depot
r, by sun. He a
Id alt. i hi. mule ta*
itef4,1 it did not hear WN
did not rem
i that afternoon.
s ~did not
h9 f of sufficient
M t i tne him.
,"il defense then !
p4 sides closed I
utrhivap blastructed to
ad fh argument.
of )IM:w concluded
Lo ama J& Col. Chri
t i .i. hlis remarks
Ihe I ku.arvTe minutes
L a ed adda
SlJ in elpally to a5
bw k illd
A w suo s'
4.. V. *
OW VF~b*~aW-Mw 4
IA ii 'o
1. &s W~ 1svhS.w m't ow- ~
s. ~U 41th. ..06" hrwoe
"gallo SLNMI N ISh~l teIe
iA" ft *t$6 wIN
btes .v a;.u ii
tM Ihorss" Wwa.ss
0 aft )bw
6"d ot 0
. J .,\.
WON" DeIBwhoeskm$ tl m
*. It beep. the iiIaa~f
Sm ~ sron md hA boa md
u~emlugt~ewfro ItIn met wit-
qh the Chae
.~I~uIe~bUwed won"&T hl
hsv el dI~~L ad I oao
well and iI
Any one who I
wID fliwer ag
ber that I
for the Km'
an i a
it is trfe
said may g
I h fom any to
40 ae n iltg
"u, mans. F=
Sthe trouble aq
plmckost and v
j~perience in tmr
.Her advice is
The South's WO
MAIL ORDER OSE
Is NowReedy to Fill Ordf or
8s, i iOMN's AD AID
CLOATHI N, HTi
Stocks larger ad meocoa
Best quality at m*t el
Spring and Summer
B H. LEVY,
TRAT & REAI
'iL L YOYL.Liin~i~d
-.4 Whi ~te
Mti67y belSved Itw
""Masnich an ac-
pstftoy, but because
WIona are Iln' ,bad
y of the caSa
d, H. -,is .
pon a l
and the te
tire day until
taken up M
t, the c -',
a late hbor.
to bring (
There was no 9
u5 thd ay*. p
f this *erdlot A
ill0 o'clock .A
lat vt. wt Tm
r of Maley
I, be taken
ww witnesei "
vllie withia .
to Superntendent i
on. who waM s p 1.s
e at Tallahaa ti e.
who stopped ovir aIind th
lng of the smmw P^4 V
Prof. Holloway's frA
were glad a st d #A *
t him again, mi M .ia
If a" beingp agit $e ;
lty to atop, M a i at V4t
indicatjons ane ts el 4d
Sof the Stats 0all r" wkVt
Prof. Holloway "
lPiot of the e
fternoon train Asp *
Be been a"j
Ow I 0
'', I~b:w he No
'to be 1sot 4* bee00s'0
*a in taad
bh aw" it roe pmm.U
-~~~*U so b sd abe'~qu~
orops s. enisrio
ad lu I ie
m oblef jmt alwte ?
ho'ilitt 4 the office at
bafr~th%' mDuch to
islp mturally, for
U the -capitol
R~th ~ 4omble inlarles
bU s uatn.aw, or
gut In. qbthatwl east.
id d tn
r. .1. At-:
odv. 0604" W 11- a
ow54ElubI. admyiimmv qna
;" wesldtoicet te'4b" T
of Ellbw ofdPLO* isp nmte tM
ASe OM"t whik us Mi* w hmowa*
~e. sa w~U e usd pec
ThekIa @1t Ois a.iUUvalk
Se Tttsbb beiall
-n, "a oms
__ u410L ILt thsai Sade
FOR AlEB i
Il e.' 4m
i.0. At i
Lot-" c itlif
a d amble ti^~m tlst o
m in .e y wMa ol It& of
a tot ereforiar i o ^l
4, iriS 'oI blsngs,utot p e1 ob
th Me66 Implies. With pppr u
on, <.joyment, of coote.nplIation ani <
tod a lthbe ue of ,thicinee disaed wothe.O
ay < s oaa s mpe'wholeioae reidm'4
rea e Califortna Syirp C 0. fo
Sia to the California Fig Sy Co. pny-
a 'remedy has been uong and favokbly
f Ff t d h"s attaled to world-wide ace
l asax its pure laxative principles, o
to ph and the Well-Informed of the wrMl
Swe:r r adopted the more elaborate name of-4S
y It lo n dewCriptivo of the remedy, b o
byt9ata W Syrup of FDi-utd tob te
twen ~ eamof the of heCompany At
t h font of evry package, whether yott
1 full nase-Srumpf Figs and Elixir of Sen'a-
t-is h one laxative remedy manufactured by h
M aui beretofore known by the name Syrap of i
to ,aWloas. The genuine is for sale by al lead
State* in original packages of one size only, th!I
very uold under the general guarantee of the '
o cture, at Washington, D. C., that -tho, remr
the eaag of the Food and Drugs Act, JaI
S ;- SanFrancisco, Cal.
,4.0. U S. A.
ful as to
it is well
sawe of the
U who would
tion of right
I each hour
taken at the
NO has won
m name of-
S4 are well
I of natural
1d' Elixir of
Of Figs and
* of which
Iwt l apsro
ma of in m f tht
dk~i": wow son Det'
"a rn~mv un-pA
sa Teges ;nI
mlis urtmed i
~ie#~:,l~,wge; whit~, art? areesber deuet'- Iip~~~~E
r.00 dktZ1pe r.uzistge1gtini
Sa eeoftIysted 5S IA TAM
AM Amlisttow..Tur sy6t a
~S~ido*"05.shame- WON. Iotelot,~
b*0ss keOlthebase. Tww of them,
!PSUUSby the wrter, afe t as
Mi *ftf5~aof 'pread, THEhe
at A. o *Nwim w beig CI"losaad rwmot
OW A dtboe 5.34.The variety winh spin* NSweb
I"" q.It hom"ins quitWlthe 0g0, M*Sd
p* 1 u
Ydw hm ip.u ieb tm""
,~. ui emsbY th be bak wo.which,1IdYMO~P
.0010" bedlIhaof or IM. (one bey or
4 O fe of th MIX 8g fb on W.
0* 1- w w fine t gat igso au tse brown w he shWda
Ito aft so rN a"ft s r PM havft e
* I mwd6b i fd t eUsed t w tatm
d* WrPo) As ft 1t n o t .t
mi~m~e us'ft I rISe 50gMYsay Oua~erable 41,.
aRUG 'the AP emnet well be 1&0.-
taamhs~mt~ drid Is he ia nSasount Of Insecte Thr
~~~~~a Saa." 'ertin'mh s Mathy CSIUOt Map" u if
StIhsPGrid. h thhame"in
-o lsnwift. ase t so eDnow prodeIt auN
laft it W=9 u.Th is t I4kda fow bu
111, ;W406 "a' &M *w I" "berd ~ r
Whr ar. sad Justr
jwpjaw iebrw. -. .(There bhem efor t
Ihis-?b this fteshf perhaps thm af tbeh"M
W, *ftUQTW is dfltati bto 4" e
AS, f g. tn &M 1100 n~be best tiowavrotb-
Ob, E tU4 br &V h 48 .reswlandling ,te ) THE
l ogb oI rn eta -0 V bo[W t In kwtwf
samIg~wshIns lmbed ON mwd the g_
) q lew No bad twf h "totwo RG
.u -ri wL4 7sh~ The is are
firic oiurlro~: 98 ft am be mm 6~
*~. seMs with wt 'I I, whit ha jnt teU-
q w 6hg WdLJ 0 srew c
ietet -Ie4as er haS elotbb& The, AM
in afof^ s rma"thwen WW tI a~g ShImb at A.
"w 1o o awn %on p 95shoI hft ow. ataeI, ___
w *, whks Y~(lSbL t~Ui "( *eOst f I
ha ri, u tra
-4m lfrrI lU t luna
~bnr r rANNtlt k#w
or rir~i~ktriai~l wrw I AP
rl~ ~YI klftorJII Mp ALM
as. Figs well
mm to be sup
4. There api
hat, with the I
be to supply,
y good ret
'apply the de
4m" all son
at the T
by Rev. A
0*1aest of 1
iti July a
9 mD O'Ca
Id ws beWeIsIbit
psars .news 4-
on tmlatlvm 5vS
6 fai k f t110k
JA c meows -M
Rk the sh
- Tmm, be
1 cooled tS0
1seis sohme tA
lb.. at so
is a m
0 t ytII
SI lid me it W 1i Sb
va -~beftoead wSt Sb
.'lt low I".~
'~~t w3.m ~
S.C~b~ w~. Me r-- 31~
a -m --ir me
Md,*mt be 00 be Omaf
ii.0 t 0t at
k ub bee wa5
Sop& ft-aftae bm to
41r 4"y t q
S. mw bbee*an uk
-40 'l- I a
i~~A 41t~S ~3
SW m ----
I w aft a li
AW w sow mwdl
#A wk W 4 5be.t t lm
..- .. .. h
go t IJ640
rtwi~ .J ~me, two*~
r 11 nmd Indi low,"
is,,- Se,* bks JatI .0
Ow. s a* Cho *a% J 4c 00 S
suo sk ew"be.
-"O~ 4d OW
4Ss~-i -bii L~~r Sbw---
Ebms an Aw r *rb mgvbf
~i-p -1 1~MA be
iwd'j*" ike e t ib w'r s
dla tb s m u s am
I-ot I"tMe T buj" M
k do was* md "-~ey
10 of ~S nw am
a~e -to-a a teSb
wr ~Sb Wh brrr f mw2,.
bb am ts o *miowa s ma
eMl -d mlb is-hi m llC
To ther~ar ~~lo
"IO "'am If" lll "d mow an
Yii- hrg~~ MmI ~-'
1~A of .. may a m, swim
Aa4Is S me v40 ai es s-
St"""a f t 3muw, 0"
IN" bo aser ped s i
wwwpJ ehbogus* tdi m eU
son stI Ow pmm at srweb
4S0"% wsamw St t 5
*sob u.W 6ie del& tall ds
*i ~0 $owed a
we am Ows-WI
Ropedr, ur S.d iinYIin dC we ll
,sdvlaw U am S tl
of.LY~t is r~adM n
Of aLll b itnas* u d&
Aim^i eVU Owr 00 40lM
~r er i.., Sure r 3 34 Ilrf
- be Sb u1 w insp~L+Wm P-~us
mad MP mass *amu~
p"uas .ema reMM. bt a
0 -to Sb"s o"Sw, *i ~
w-w b" rIgsi uhmbe" We
asI~s--im. alwa YIs.
- -"onbemit w ftSWbOw fI*
-~L vs. bbs St)~ll C
YL krs Sb bYIt rnsphr
sowsofN' II k Lam -No
undai -e1 o mmm
!nr~ tie 5--.u crl
A' too in~~- s
;N 00 to-S m as
IONO -ow bo s II o
a "SWSipeo aa a
wlOM "m b ysobveKou
two 40to wow wo e dis
-efO hopolne U auto
"ast 5Sts"O- xh b a
byth IMSIS at., S fe '
hy~b~to plVti a
mite oruind. S
ly bsbm Is hiSoMrelea
Theme thI sbOnDespon
p" fo uw Saimbodo. iAt rsUfe
taben *vp hIs e ,too Md...s
eve $Osamurbiate be
aw a swbe iog*adift 1i
avdhibhiofailibe e ia
is w~r. hula. wb
~uajaeSt~uIg SO r
rnsmt Ur. BLMa. o
lead oat amddw detest be is
*0 e Iso Sb mato a
944 lWOW to be.
Pam tow "we tw at h
alwl~ti Shd. thum 40
mvsrn Us -tIn do" lo
himp 1.C. doiSb ak
06" VA3s-4StCMi"& WNW S
S~at do as ft so
a ma -e w"w gsivoor
hi Sb1 ~ Aii
um- eru ab U
lbe a dot e
Pot Stfe bVLsI
m aismS. 6
ag k- $isto ~
lowng 40CtheT St tie
mm t s-tmmk- -
&be ohbn ibmcaab
*, ibbe ua=
6=ob at Vw
. a* gm a-m.a"
VSW W ofb tbewt m
S. as k adsw"m -
4fe( 1 fo me Oe bda
-S* tes o i.la
Oiva you in~
Or the heflt
artor 09l, p4
Oft& and In
1-1-, t lp
a TTe Oldest Whiskey
of b ; rIMr
.t s .
"'? '4 ,
AMMIvt 060ind Of
W IA ,04bg" w sl"g OLD IENTVIT 0Con
ttu~ wA tir -thp 6.4w4at th
~gisbp~e M4" r.iwba. who. from beaded wareboms, I
b~1iorn~ woo urwm~ Four full quarts 10.1.
lode N o maver y k "!Or* bqt~waw
40* o,' Mtu ueoW" lit-. -XPRUSSPRE11
h4vMDWftbGuw~am; DtqgANOof We hall *.w 1eurama
4qi"Timem Dlei. TNlE ALTOMAER a F1
%.K,.Y lame to.MALC
~P SSS4.'IftirWh bemanto
Woo* p ?ap-h1A MY S o M E R (
Rpsieibwa Mm "4Y. AVOMOmmUt
w~btw te le andF
SmWiskies is fl
wm SW: SQUAIIS t .
ovaII OWn, i Auft. Hi34bomaketpr~ aMs* hs~,R
N O W $ N.VAuto o b 4 1Sd o s m 'ft k o f B e0 6 s o am-
~~gs"tbtty.Iy or torts AOapeS oeh v ibe *H~kr
I ~ber Pr~A~
, Colton B
Mi Albeit,~ SgCIIB IN----
f mm~ru~ aC~Isa.l iurn-
; i:d lr &a.-a~rat
d ~sr 66 haw~r
;1 irr ~ikrrsl
The Kin YTol
I* Ue FO
' ~ '
..*.^ .. '-
-" ~ _I .\.a l
NOWbeUrtby 9v A-V
r 4. OVA t ths suliain f4
nthices n S odo so w14*
~'be plad in bar tid altionWi to rib
cover On thesa.
plmas mvtr payfthe *m~e Qto
OWNit.B03T. lwam I3. K.RIVERA Attornej
II. US Dsidmee~ ftLAWS OfFLOVWRA.
w 14 aeoNo*=: Rmemse No.tve betWA.
is wzus in
'~o**ul ~hAfl"RAXY-AT LAW. 64 13e~ N i
~b~m40os~ hat 4QmIt*AFL4W
As 00At0tawho ILUAT80"1 A S
ON. tm"d: ur C",oeMod
Will Mat- %MQ
~~~~ ~ ofGlSfM
PatONv U&Isle eb~peo
Yet Ww atTPark
VQ JL 1-
PATMUG TO", %Amp 08H ikwown,.ma'm
ph nki .eiemst Ver
being0 1,w at*,
MenWuh o b hl~
-. ~ ~op-aker h.A,
mugilter of U
WaftWN o a 191
k* boumehM. a
lit that a bi
Wde a quift
Ptheb U ,
W #lA IWi
I kI I
a lbb, Iw
htbl flts o
rovrd to khwilkl
to her bommevt
IL C. A. W. IT
raldsor, where -
tof reliat esfor I
pm of the ktla**
IL McKinufl, &It1 "
bruh. two qI~
10" the vsTWO"sI#
]let. who =Wd
5.L A. Aver at;
40o has been
hito her home.
'K, H. Wit'
beeoned tu Mau
efor e 's p a r e ..
hase been a
Fever, will be
Deditiou is vestW.
iT. W. Sansb lu&
Iaynesvnie, N.- C:W 0
Ithe summer. t
IPleasant and e sJ
W. Sikes 9f Cd~e
Yesterday an bie~
Ifor anoth r yars rnb
Sefte Berille of
tY yesterday 11r.
feared in Arrdomi, 1
agenI~cy Of the
Somber A. V
rf,Whein in Lhe we
'and time.. Wrie,,
I iosg-diignee 'phae
S. RIcbaradi or o
Of the oldest amd
bU eunty, in in
'The .sun a trie~
Y~. wb.h r was 111911
but no~w at Crystal
I tgag4.d ID the rw
1L8 in the city y
w ha 11lhir~y friends
LIglad to a"e htM.
RI'K Fo1Waters, mee
k, 1 the 4*lIveiy
ba. berp sh(, wp
fe of V eeks p ~ nl
W.s lirs. wutv, is
YW M11lke'anOf WAldo w
I.,om whit, S in
and baby a" s
*~he~om~d~ wilthe *
e j $$WSWgqadto install, the
ILSN o teGainesville
vwk.wib" Will be located,
%aGW blooh, and Is now ft
~ ~i. 1%wo.'atR00418 ewas
.**A,.1 a Mb Litag by ap
ot St?164M$51t to
or tO heWei
111 .' o .9.he V wmc a M tlas i
~ ~stedas M. U~tehoda*ws a
00009.0tbPO I gb C
'1V* lasts hoqredle, meiothe e
W~. Adev~~p~ ho E magged S td NyetendIn te -busiessto
~ dqiagsome wrK for he 1it the ca mit war parin
10. 06 gasa uii.7, itUKau
C. a" 111", boe isItMwlL
is te ot?. fri~~a~q wa Is he h H.v. SS*ong 0T.icr tedat
h~thui~Wpaus of he ~a b e4 a0-4e pet few~i Ios.M.bh s
JAdWi$ engae. ofte ea
Amik dieijiAwdbwoftakes ofheMew as i t
F n Wo od. teMVIsAu etrskbinsco
~t~64S9Se hip O t hm onottbW tet.M
IL A. 14-10 #sh It w6o
hW4Ii)~ Mt LasW Ai iwth. IMee in tMto b eiS
#A U *0 anel brofetm W edriok, firh'6
a ftS trhe. PW j91 =44hes ta
A" M *PW newel soe*
l~~epII0f 44vilbm o 'n a sTot to..00 h.
qt o 411111,W alor* wa a kibi
~eu~ P. Our lft t w *1
QaimuvlP.e. coro tI
~tr md to wer, ad be aesd
the pImelalehwr Of tha s~bed
3U~4I*INQIC WA tig l-
me dms.i i
uIe W. Corr
Smeiamdaaa ho b"
batsafew oeusip n thusm
twoI m tinW"INthe
ohm kbfkldcr lo
Remembr 3. a rri bI rN
4" ver edww
110% ML W. V.LAN xw lmm
IW Ifw0U's. 0 00WO be "Me
W~~~~ r 5,MSS f rY~1
i eso a durk at the
i i two m
ii Whdaur, -
v pugant 0 W t teomst"
Mrs. Panutie ofi of Hawthort
as in the etly I 4 w houri y.-*
terday. She was n tq UPaettw
vill, N. C.. whore sIpeed
Blethat Mlmke. olo acoa
thirty, died at her home,
Tlasday, and was Wrle4
Undertaker T. P. Thomb
oP the arrmnuement&.
Mrs. Legette of "1lat N.
has bee her on a viatl
Mrs. G. E. Hobbs, let
hawthorn, where she. ik
few days before proced ng,
9. D. Huf of Binsoton, orn
*host suooessful truckers in tAt
tiou of the county, returned
home yesterday, after spedilr
ot four dapys In this eity on the0.w,
The btstorlcal mseetUa oft
Bmlth chapter, U. D. 0. w
to bre been held at 4:30 o'o
attwifoon at the om of Mr I
MoCremr, h4 be paposttod
aour No*atla R1al
ham; tsee o S Ior*13
9004 ..uft =
two' blocks -.nO Pi
So Chaorlete mooP
ite1 anl" on. My
elsras tor ptolat '
they so on tther i wr l
expect to be abset .
They go frst to NIagapr
whence they will mat
rips. ri Ecs wish thebf
ad beMfotlal MOoIN,. Itm
tbme Mr. Iteok41 t sy Sa
perfectly stuised to "k1
IN MAYOR ",
,pwI" ee Diem..,.
06y. 0 ot0 n iH ame iv
oa we ( w lar mora
beo arrMW TOaeI. alMt"
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