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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: January 25, 1908
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
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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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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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Volume ID: VID01185
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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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GAINEIVILLE, FLORIDA, SATURI)AY, JANUARY 25., 1908


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BRYANIMIHAM


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4E MADE SEVERAL SPEECHES

btand Banquet tven Thursday
Night at Whih Govers Wore Laid
For Four Hundred uetme-,Many
prominent esple Wee Present.


Blrmn lha Ala., Ja=. 14.-Hon.
William Jemaila Brya, of Nebrau
ha, arrived la'Bira'i gha from the
cJty of Nadev lo, Tel.. at 1:30 a.
m. Tb1urda, Wsd was met at the de-
pot b a lalar4.deleatlOs of citlaena.
A oomamttee od twenty mot him
ema dlmditaseu e tie d. Mr. Bry-
as with Hen. Judi Harmon, of Ohio,
were joined by representative of the
Bryan altb d e they struck the
tate line. Mr. Bryam made haort
talks to h people at Cullman and
Blount Bprinag
Mr. Bryan and Mr. Harmon came to
tSe city of Birmlaham at the Invitation
of the Birmlndha Board of Trade.
Mr. Bryan' poke at the Bijou theater
Thursday morIatl and at night at a
banquet at the HUtasa hotel.
W. 8. Jackeon, attorney general of
New York, wia a oneo of the Invit-
ed guestsao I .bobanquet. Covers
were laid for foe hundred. Polltl.
ioans and ladin.* eilseons from all
parts of the tate, including almost all
the ttab oelals, participated in the
demonstration to the visitors.

BLACK HA A AGAIN ACTIVE.

Outrage Selieved Toe i*een Perpe.
treated by leeon In Chicago.
ObCica, Ja. $4.-After several
weeks' silence te 1lack Hand crimln.
oaJls, charged Iilth bomb throwing,
sallied forUt WOdlaeday night and 0n.
evened thlnga Ii the vicinity of Polk
and Clark streets.
A supposed dyalite bomb was ex.
ploded In the rea of a barber shop at
145 Polk street, Whlk building A
Joins the alos eof Ptrick O'Malley.
The oonoeusson was terrific, but the
only dajnage ouod was the break.
Itg of windows above the saloon and
barber sbop ad also the rear windows
of a small frame structure adjoining.
(wing to OMllaUey s allied Identi-
ication with flaablng characters in
the pasat, the poo were of the opin-
ion that the boab we aimed at him.
W'hl:o lavestlgating the matter deter-
tlvf were llvea Information that nl
thItr eye put a different aspect on
tV. ,omb throwing.
1: la said that the proprietor of the
6 r shop, a Syrlan, has recently re-
#" *1 several blaekmnallin letters.
L hee paid so heed to the writer's de-
r. a-nd for amoey. I tle last letter,
' ". h he rooeived early this week, be
%as threatened with harm.

WON PORTUNES, DIO PAUPER. i

Ceath of Jaes Ullman, the Well
Knre Rasing Man.
Naw Tork, Jal. 34.-Joseph 0. TIL
tn. the Well kabWi racng man. died
Ir sanItarltem at AaLJtytill, lI. I.,
" "ee result of paralyss from whlcb
Iff'erst tor narly a year.
Joe" Ullsa aad his two brothers
"'"-, know as mea Ia the mot 5eo
ul boorakers Ia he Sountry and
' operamoatl exonr ed trem o e
to the other. Abthout rll-
t woe soral fu he lokt
agaIn Sai d n la tht he 4ded
S t paonsale. T veAntre
'- the lackLte of 8a opers eopsayl
w bich he I adM to have lt 45.-

Lyam Walt To SI Oteegae.
Ocrterrille, Go., Ja. t4.--Captal
'oma J. i, Lr. r tial edty. a.
-'J M hs e aalM as I alo the
'* tatea tas I allsto t lalO la

to holM I~ thar, 4Mr., Stt S,
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PROGOICK OF THAW TRIAL.


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Cae Will Probably Be Placed in the ntruunn I U l
Hands of Jury Next Week.
New York, Jan. 24.--'heendofthe
second 'val of Harry K. Thaw, who Nu t Mer tls lgcd of o r tl
I charged with the murder of Stan-
ford WhitM, is in lsigt. f 1t to Jan. IL
The greater part of t.e evidence In
the case is now in the hands of the
jury and uve for the technical *YI- CENSUS BUREAU STATISTICS
dence of the alienists, practically all _
the testimony that the defense is ex.
pected to offer has been glven. Two Report Shos that 10.337,.07 Bale
or three physlclans .?o attended Har. Were Ginned as Compared with 12,
ry Thaw at various times in Eurqpe 176,199 for the Same Period the
are expected to testify, their st)rles
having been promised by Mr. Uttle- Year Previous.


ton when he opened the case. There
will necessitate some little delay,
Allenatst will be .alled upon to ex-
press an opinion as to Thaw's sanity
at the time he fired the shots that cost
Stanford White's life. I'nless the
defense has soeni surprise In store,
which Is not thought likely, this evi-
dence will end the case, so far as the
defendant's side is concerned.
It Is not known what IMstrlct Attor-
ney Jerome and As-istant Distrlct At-
torney Garvin expect to offer In the
way of testlmnoiy In rebuttal, but It
is not expected that they will have
many wltnesses. Th're is now little
doubt that the cnre will be placed in
the hands of the ju:) by the latter
part of next wt

RAILROAD EARNINGS IN GEORGIA.

Reports Just Filed with the Railroad
Commission of the State.
Atlanta. Jan 24.-- Accordlng to re-
ports which have Jint been filed with
the railroad c Inga of all the ral:raads In (Georgia
for the fiscal year enilo!x June 30,
1907. aggregated $.72i.075.65, as
compared with $l0.3,9.490.11 for the
fiscal year ended June ;0. 1906.
The gross earnings for 1907 were
greater than tVose for 1900, but so
gret had been the Increase In oper-
atnc expenses that the net earn
In=l dropped nearly $2,(,000.
The groas for 1907 was $40.697,737.-
42, with operating 'xpenses of $32,-
028, 531.,3, as against total gross of
$37,10f,,bf,C77, nnd operating expen-
ase of $2.sG,:.7,t 1,9 for 1900.
The Atlan'a nnd \'W I*'oirt was the
best money-Parner during the year.
showing net fe;rnings of $4.872.40.
while the sit il, ~taItmongo the lare'r
lines wan t ri Iiilsv l.e and Nash
ville, w it! ,I;! 5i ; 54 per mn le.

FIST8 USED FREELY.

Lively Coc-b-t Occurred as Funeral
Was Passing at Statesboro, Ga.
I Staht'.bor, (;aA Ja 2.--As the
funeral i,,~<,- -, ,n of Mr. fl.
'urner sa,; ,: \\'edn- ly fisticriff ia- er, nl~; in The
coinSb-,staint* l or P. s
Brinrn, pr of thr I'a ..ior,
Institiutl .' > 4 .M D)'..a .i
It is ; ' t' A t at I'rof,' ,,r
Brinson a' .:,, child of Merrvi
gald. anl I.. h'one' The fa'l.-r
did ao' ; a e'In of tt.e prtn rl
pal. anu .' r school recessed feir
dinner mrrt ti-n 'nar the center of the
city arndt, s~l r asn t expan '!on
Brr.nsn sai! le t. ad a rtglt to whip
the e.': (P C. word brought on sn-
other, a!nd '!.** 9 le ass % P s d
and blows **" *.4** P -e*aS i artd
licks ar*c- ex,'-si -d before frientil
tIn'r!Trrfe *" eplir.e I iaus'-d
muc'ih tM r.: '." n t *re 'T?# t' h t t1.e
cPO-n I nt J. I t be In far of I
p in, !L.....
A;ree cn Trusaeto.
Blrrt ti .i Jan 2 It Is
le s.r r -' ', .' .. < ;1 ' n +' '*'' K J .
elf ?etr' a .;J?-). *,' -as do4
clarsel trc. .' '-i vtlrl t1' ageqI d
on ti thr 4 to lb '.'s4 o<
Pe' J oWe. + ,Le r .tpsr s a t.
fairs T'e w.n -. T and W H llr p
on ar s J sad W t1 Is
Inf:g'. K,'1. ,' ;: .*'., A.I a'- proat-
iot Ia b.a. .* affaIrs

Washington. Jan. 21 The c'naues
bureau Ii l issued a r:,;,It FPh)wing
that the total amount o' r'.ttin I the
United States glnnre fn.ni tihe growth
of 1907 to January 1, Ws li.3;7.tiha,
bales as conmattd a 'll1 l .176,199
bakle for the sa;ne l,*prl, I in 1 96. The
total number of active ituniirles %as
'27,370. In this bull' ruund bales
are counted as half bal ;
The number of urotindI .:t', Includ-
ed is 17,6102 for 11'N. :. ,.717 fu lri7
and 270,60O for lIn0C.
Sea Irland lin luile,t s". Il 7 fr \19i ;


56.326 for 1:,07, and IliI
The da;ptriuticn of .
ton for 19(? by states I-
F'lorlla, 7.t.'l; t ;. I
South arolii'a, 1.',;;,
'Thre acre lut iil '
to Jan. 1, 1908.


' t, for Ito0;.
a Island cot-

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The perc'en'atg of t o' crop tinnel-
to Jan. 16 watt ::.; for ;7 und 95.3
for :1n.u .
POLICE CHIEF RESIGNS.

Charges Pending Agalnct Officials at
New Orleans, La.
New Orleans, IA.. Jan. M4.---ln.
spector .. H. Whitaker hrnd of Int
New Orleans police department. ban
tendered his resignation to the board
of polloe commissionerr. 'barges of
shooting with Intent to kill and of mael
fearanee pending aalnast the luspeo-
tor lamluced 11 resilgnation.
Tho rolnnration was accepted and
(aptain Wllilam J. O'(Cnnor sas
elected to the vacancy. Mr O'Connor
has been prumlnent Ia the detocltve
The charges agalrit Whblaker grew
out of his s inas:l )nal (tt*mpt to
a,.'ncn an a:ltMs,4 rernsoal Insull a
1wek itgo. Accrinranie by five d
tI tives t eanLtre'r the neon~eA.' t r If
fle. of J M. I i, .% *i:, a ti had Itat
'it.y pibi'hlvthe.t an l,1'rl' aSl 'ca111111g nii
(iLptrobrlou namene The Inurrctnir
'r uck the editor In the fare and flnril
two shMt*., rlall.t that he hthiiulht
IA el4 (In was dirneA 4 a it1,l.
W hital>,r sa. a 1 e 1trl t,.e nre-t
dan. ranged al'h *n'eml'el k' lrlt.
aiil ,t.*i e. ) r I ni Ill trl!i for
nn yf iV-to "j -' 'i e I '.arij
of i',r'e
URGENCY DEFICiZNCY BILL.

Reported to the House by Chailf7er
Tawney--Carrres 14.1'4.000.
WashIrron, J.,r% 2r -4hairtna
Ta nry, of the r-, i.rnlittc on a;pr
pr;s'lon. oe roi.. ''od t: e urgtncy
deit.ory e j7l;
The ; car-t!, a tno's appVrpra.
1tln of 24(.174.4Z' Inctiu :lg the ful
l'uwl i Items:
Tre-sury .eer' **atl, I.clt.e7.l,
r'.t jay and t'vfint r nm, ta. (' 4 ; an-
1a! *.(al'!*hm e'*. 1ll.; *. depart.
rr.:;tof the':o n'* l .tt,C47;. I. r.t
e6Bt of Iu g .r'-" ad Iatwrr, ('.'3,
900; l'aljed Sta', r-orts,. $ 1,0,:9;
po'il *sri.- .S15: tlibmial
rarnl,. $125?.1" (' rO W f t.;rMest-
a*es 79. $70 >?. .eP'e, e.ot'urt 'of
c!al'.s. ($9; vI s'tlit of arontsf.
1t*9fl ':i tl' aiaount rerom-
S.S.A4 4o $k4 ', t5 ea Itse th e to
tl asum of .ewt:I.afte preO*atel lt
and rer.ItS, by ** ~tryrtiltt*e
Iarludlea4 I thle I '4.We total It
sa a&ppopiMtl>ta 'A 0 wfiM to arry
frward thI.'*gh Iteaobs of May
Sad Jane. I'a Ls '* I aof eradliat
II u miLae a i>aN. tsIla sI F mPalisc


"Ma tmt15 Abbet ,.uwe - u-w -- -- -.
Hart-ae.;..( 24 Tbhe CIot,
Ause ci ytq Kal i u* a bgr-prs DeDo to is b
D -', it ws- wtmei trMAWS U S -da 4.


1.5 M)3 6U14 7 5-5. **-
twd rnael 947 Is W r RM& prptkow a wol-grl9 ae
Emogogm OWiN ph*ePOa. thai .vet lorti 1104rP404W WIWI3511 Lauhia. ~tIO me4pmSf'g ad
Mo wmgr A, oO g were stoles T. no M5' hemOWNy Ostatr
vo a No mow a as *I*"
?~ rtr:; U ..L Ma. wC obaIJed tht'0O~ a peOt sines)~rY

*Inos ,~~iseei~USBE
and.


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EUFAULA WOMAN 18 FREED.

Was Given Preliminary Trial for the
Killing of William Jones.
Butaula. Ala., Jan. 14.-4'allie Me-
Laughlin, charged with the killing of
William Jones, who forclbly entered
her house by breaking down the trnt
door Monday night, was dischargd.
She was glven a preliminary Iearing
before Judge I,. J. Claytoa.
Her statement was a batantially tie
same as mlvon when she surrendered
to the chief of pollre. She said she
admonilhed the man that she would
shoot hint If he broke open the dtor
and h)i(U rpviIV I w && Il lt hd* i i.Uld


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MURDER ANU


Semtlisal Tnr y Ocan u

a Brudwnay Rtaursl


WITNESSED BY 81 CROW

Woman Puts Five bullets Into IGfd *'
Frank Brady, Newspaper ..l... ft
and Then Turn Weapon Upol Meet


I mi[ Omm 'ro shoot as quickly as she could. Her slf-She died at the HoIaptal
evidence was corMlnorated by eye wit New York, Jan. 14--evoral hua
neuoi s. drred pvrsou, most of whom were WSo
It waR further dovelople that mob men shoppers, witnessed a aIlrdl,
violence had been threatened her, annd ad anicide la the reotaurtat of
that ,he was not hdesred In the nelgh, large roadway department store S
Sborhood 'The Jidge said that ,, HW1'el"artay.
hael a right to protect her person and Frank I ready, an advertlalWg sl0 '
property, and that mtb violence aInl tor fur a newspAper, was ot 1 .
Spersonal threats was not the proper liaiPs alnd instantly killed by a wm ,,
coui wU to pursnu. ,''.ubervative elt- whose nuluo la believed to be MaYll .
liens n). that the verdict %aa the Clark, of II1 West One Haedred 11
only co:rc't onVunder the clrcumn'an- Thlity-thlrd street. Ihe wosA tIh
I C. Jonqs' remalns were 1ntt.*eld shut hery f and dled la the heaplto
here. Ills wife Is prostrated. to which who was taken.
-. Mr Irady was sitting at a tahe Ib
WINE IS NOT ILLOEAL the rvrtaurant on the elgbth Boor 1I
--- the Ilepartment store and lte 1 n%:
When Served at a Banquet Says AL room w ti rCA,! eI with aeopper sth'
torney Mayson of Atlanta. empiply uof the storl who ad I-0iS
Atlanta, Jan. 24 --r-lkmyii the therP for lunch. The woman & ppewA11
i" aralirkh'" Ibnquet given by the VIr. ed at the table where Mr. Braldy 41
Siln ina ).letv of Atlanta, at the Pied- ani firld five shot from re Fmnvt
month hotel MIondly nlght. where wine Into his neck, fare and heet.,
flowed as freely as wll. City Attorneyi Drawlng another revolver frm '
SMasson has bhen asked whether the mutl, the womas quekly ared h es
state prohibiltin law has bee" broke. esota Into her own breast sad I0I
en by this service. backward to the Boor.
HIl has stated that the law was not WHtnea e to Uie aboottag etl tra. *t
broken. S fxed until,the last sbet ag Tred.
The question har never been put up Bra4y was dead whe they r keseme
to him oflc'rally, but In course of a Oim, but the WeMaSS ws Mtill 11 ,*
conversation Mr. Mayeoa, who was the and was hurried to a beiltal, wher4
president of the Antli-)aoom league of she died within a asort time
Atlasta dertan the pral eas ps, Residee the two revohfersl ed Is
states that servlg wie I by private the shootla a third rNWlser, futl
parties, at private lairs, easaut be laoldd, was found eoseaoSed ta M .
i oastrued as betal against the law, Clark's mut0 after Se elulott
and baa so tated. The bhoottel wrU the aw rtti M
fbrh, he holds, Is private, and that of a series of violent quarrld. 6u4.
the law roanlres the right of a pril arerortHa to the womae's lUttln
vate party to serv wiase Isa hl prt. In lulfllment of a threat to lkilll


vale home.


This unoesctal opinkin, followlalg
wlne- serving banquet In a pmrohbitilo
ptate, will douht*lea serve m a prece-
alent fIr ftultre refrearC.

MOB'I VICTIM ODIS.


After All Man Who Was Lynehed
succurbe to Wounds.
Itt(an, Ala., Jas. So ---4rerv
ri:nklln, the negro who ewars t vi-
Iltm o#f a nwmb bere HiMndai night, but
re' xi t alive and take bark to jal., i
dittet \dnet(eay morningal a reoull
of the toutindiUa Ittred by t ;e ren-.
btrn of tU.8 lyinri.ng party After
the retro usa Iaken tjark Io JAil, fatal
puncturict Is Il I ildneys *-re fouon
A ri-it ,ias irain t b:,**i.:it aSil it
by tr. I. Iu4dienc of a no/r tlu ttsnte
whrl( men They slxi Sd tii n several
tine:.. but 1e e`rape,4 an the eheril
has bot bae*. a lo to fnnd out Ibe
nuer.u of the ,artlie The rfeeloa
agal(.t the r*ior.e is high, as a a re-
su:t iif Ite showing of A (I Palk,
f'r ulhirk b'rasklia wasoI bbed.

Seaofemost Abetlng Mind,.
Paln V's..l^A., JOa. 6l.-4-.ltIy by
*l.Ias James T stikalsa ha reported
do S.:1lff I1o UL t 11 .oabaem Ist la
a-o. ':. tII at.L.4 of Walter J Hart
It itf. Is l -1 aadi 4 u4dr landkct
mren' ,( ct,6e** gruilag oet of lth
falt te ad the I'Silforals Trest ad
Itae I (-.*' Ei'ay bhor heill i

i'* pr'.ajer ttalsed& at Ieae Y ea
pert areolat aI the opteVlak o
rN Wattls. It teao bt.e m *** e
gory to give fd1le*ot a skort ported
of from i so sase him fIro lmaSe
lt,. I'


S&A-000, P-01"ltOloof aboo
mstof.o ,..i.*et', j age
4"1 to s7wi#l 'O spread of @*WWI
fewer, the busoll of eseylls #A S'
spOeiui sawlhs Wods.4ar do@" W
i at W L"-t ; to" blw ftI ow
to ~ ~ o the aansod sd b


Sin a public place,


A note found la the rwaOal's per'
proved her to be Mrs. Mary lAbhe
('lark. a maleuat, the wtl A o i
police otcor sad etlepmd r d of a 4.
year-old sn. Ra) mod. Brady Wma
30 years of lae. and the sole IsppeII
of a belplaes, aged mother. oit weW*
be had made a ho-e.
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SAVED LIVII, *UT TAKnI OWsr 'j

Lenely Life of LIIhtheoeo TenYde VIb,
ballaSed His Mutnd
New leaves. Coas., Jan. $4-4N .'
N~Iea, IlbAM teeter at toe IIglhtheI
on the New lavels brea~water, AI4
miletd sulcide by settlag his thIUN
lie bat trled to kill himself Ite e f
fore, but we prevented by his abiy
ant I
lie had a reputatIto as a bs e, a b P
Ing saved a aaembert oflves by
rase je during storms I la I gl
sowed. 7 Two years ae b
a m l from osagrieiaA bfarede.
le thceaht that tho soely We i
letlres4 gagabalaaeed Me m .',

Powud Deed; Weod IW W e '
*rbarwitt, N. C., $,
delI bdy ft lhooiaa re u, In 1
old. was oe-d a art 1
from his boom la tianIos We t
Be slay marles with a sashoe
sla e heart Toeas Psri 6
earl la thot eeveala rtlag a -i |
smale reter I S lo at sat, r md,
Ws"e. with 11od as 1 0. e.
seaeh rveloed the Il Aeedb"
a aU ad tor Pw7 sfg ,
with bled-saSlme p arts,
se*red a* the gMe" of le
ael ead Sear 1e ais o II the

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S (AOR

I OSE ITS SESSION

jI i S lon f fThl .
c ba to Bad Fridby 4.

I MANY DELEGATES PRESENT

President Max P. Morit WW Unanl;
S nously Re4lectl Prmelde, While
S the rmei Honor oell to Setary'
Treusirer Roberts.


After a most nterestla and PIoe
i u session of the Florld State
redration of Labor, which has
s oeveont I t hi city sineoos
dy there mesUngc hMsadjourned, i0
WmAS of tof Me kteoi br i
eM to a elo s at noon ridy.
This proved one of the mot smu
siuful State coventlons the IO
tio has er he, sad, notwithtW4A ,
le that the attendanoo was -a6 as
re as b had been antipatad, the
dlqgCI te lot down to work, sad a
eemplishd a gret deal. There wdw
mor thm fifty parent, but thif db
bMobo M have been needed. Amed
thee bare, however, were th M l g
MaoteM and supporters oe oONgl
laeb of lorida, repreaeta e( *
btiach of that prolbheto6 M16
keeps the world and the goeritdhm
on It fet, so to spean
Theb metins wau orod t order
Friday iorls g at I o'eoleek Pres
4da Ma. P. F orit, wMIw we Odiow
od by the ollcalL
Aftr a few sports iby ipeobl a
standing eammlttees, te eletii' of
ofles for tohe s asa yr waru hd.
whIch relto e as etoris:
ax P. Iorlti Tiamp ws unaalt
nmoxly reoketed; Janm e Goddard
of Tam kAt viespresidti Georg
Roms of JaiKsomviu, second viT
preold4t; W. C CCoope of Jaosem
ville, thid tloVpresida t; Mirs. e

preddentt W. U. Bayntoe of Tamat
AMfth vi esideat; C. R. PNattl oel
Iampt, sixth vieeprMint; R L
rper of Jacksonville and Q. (P.
StrIdfrd of TampS. voce-presMl ts at
bet ;J. A. Roborts, who has e .erd
the' tate Pedetontso as tith aar er
tM pat several year, ws Wir*
mossly re-elected u ras4es--0
Sar; delegate to A. r. ofj* 0o"eTe
t td be held in Desver, OItraa
J. F. tart um of Tampa; ddelepp- to
Immlgratiml oonveutloa to m t d I
Tuapa during the btate ftit, Jb
H. PomWr of St. Aguietle. J.
Ronero and 0eo, a. Grove o TIamp.
Thee ofers were dlly iatalled
by Organimsw J. Triplett
A resolutia wMa preetd a d
passed authorlting the eleoU
board to form a stok coiaary to a*
qulre possession otfThe Cln l Unlon
Timer and oondut the sme as the
oflelal organ of th labor origanst
tlons qt the ttte.
A reoolutan of thanks was present
ed and inalmously paIsed to Dr. T.
F. Thomas for the use of tables dur
Ing the convrntlio, Resolution of
thinks wtr r l.u passed to Dr. Thor-
as Ilay. mtor of the Pitrt Preby.
terian church, and Attorte L O
Iaxtr fr for the* rnyer and address of
Wclbh'me, r*,%i>ctlvvely, at the opening
of the coni 'ti(l ll.
IPr. lilutt tlriis. In his usual
t'lv iii tillirl', t.lve minnrtr. pro.
tikt tt l Sir, rietAr)-Trtcnurer J. A.
tlohN.rt in Ihnalf oft tle dngatte. a
taIr l ,1.1, tillan alit i I'n. which was
Iliit no It taken,(i f rl'irmlatkon for
lit ftnlhriil miud eflclolit iorvc4e v n
ot'ire after which the ro ntrl tio t ad
j4nliedi to, nmo.'it In I'alltkaA L Jan-
tn ry. I ', ,
The d'lt p!.ul I), ft ft(r thalr r.speM t-
I l.h n In' thi ti, ft'rlnnon. well
|llw-e4! at'h tht, I ;h(. > iinuvention of
lIO,., ntdt th,' * i> In,<, I,.c'rl~d them
l~y th, rtl ar> i: ,,1 t:l sii 0.t


BRIEF DISPATCHES.


The Iot)A of nxv . .
s irt e of dt~mm t ho n
P" vs A,


*.l to 3


ne b At I left, I p ~ I'm i"dr
valled for Mseg:rcii kr Fato e~.&a6
!i l !ertl kv& t' Ae4#,t.
16P J ms.-:-% of ctlivarn sri

%ra t 1vog. b r.


V tag, J&.n: aei# c ae I
: Anai (hi-s ha& beesrlled
1,11, stsiv~raIMP It* ut be NNW
o by O JObutr& I wy, formerr9400
Ury toe LOm OQesenrd 0M K 64
d" Ffaaah... I


O 'MIkT IN ATLANTA.

Iht'tarthe Cmmeref demmlsIen win
Hold Thr eay Sesdon
ttwro*,i. 14,- 'ie toatirtoa
masomwe emrtIess wIll be la At
ata or trend days ant mmtl, and
ill bHe slo I the f edral btId.
lagf the talt sa seas" iamg the
Tth. Sad th e sateramt on the ltt
of Iebrary,
Nothing wau Itmo oMflllty ef the
appeadag viit of the eomaleso
utl a toelgram re vas eed at theo
Metdi btaiU g raIestig that qutar
tems be arot tfr the oamlasl
from PNruary 7 to 10.
The members of tMe omnmlutou are
Martin A, Kiapp, of New York: J.d-
soa 0. tlienmt. oft Wurgtia: Mn-
oh M. Coobkll, of li.rtirl:'Ctor)e
A. Prnuty'sf Ve-'ip.t: r. K. Iae .of
Clifornia: R. N (Ulrk. of ltow., ad
J. S. .Harla, of ll;llani. The sre
tary t ttheb rmistlaon Is tr.ward A.
Ioseley. of Msusachiuett(. wble Mat
tin S. De, r. f, Ne.w York.. is
Sideat 3E TO CURB A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take LAXATIVi BROMO Quanle
Tablet DrunlAt rofnd nmoey II
t r e to am. IW. OOVVS aI
astaI. IIf asWfh heb Oft

Coluba. S IC.. J, 4-The sat
erli aembly a Istd Robert Al-
drl<. of I 1r.el, )W of tweIet
end jeletal etlrelt to I11 the amex
lrd term of atJm Aldek. regned.
IAmgee i. Gary *M rmeet ai
estte justie fe the me s' eeti
without oeetlsa,.


"Had (114 t ta or lftIgee1tw e for
) re. .*%u mp'tAte. mUd uha I dwi
r t urdb'" ed#0 aid lfrli. uIhlrd L
I' .,Id Ntv, 1- 4 'u" rue Ii
%'.a.4rr. stait'ary. Obla


;s


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E=-
l tovoalf We boa acy.
tb at bad'" ad girls 00


I for weeks lott p e.
waft hve been A& C .
t WouM a.t to ot tb Jer
J obadeo vpanlul sro
v ftoi we t ti rte. p erl m to






iad himdred and et oru N ,..ms

afairxk t ob Tet 3 o








moIrn to7o t U dayd teo sri he', i -.+rInte .E :
and Mw f bi uJm ,a .. i-..
-"I-*Y- I trrl tA tIr ciy
i orll Msaito AI"reto t tt i0 "


et sle ow, t he d sw illl e
iomleSi; hWd r dYr od elh i



eftren4 wth s e p tatow st Vea iv

mIhAve Hthea dare ey sadtae
with h Wyhe wa andaly tue

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'o n tobe& l IMf "RRY AND INDIew.MN WillYom"taLt
thr Jil hM e a.rMm or ....... i a m el ot -t^ -- -- -i --








/ram ol klmt ho pio-h f Rtl EUt 1, Ci t Sold :.: UhlEro!r FLA.
rom yeo to o talIn: o tac ftah oile r. .b -,1Il

hiard w toar r Six 7w it bve ,
wdr' o-* aly for Q, i 64t
weerm o an thwmb el a day to ws Ma rts' l .
desire, MMBAtl le, Holsfb& r rowln
Mad having a bIg (#a t tje m
t)O. But.a.r mid, oam* da y i

tnro am bola tm. P ee ar pfti
for th ible de laeIi 0t0 "o fiett
sta noalA die.It Wi t yom to gpi
waen y"t will msf yoar stake, but OOIMMa teo r 4SeaMd re rwis tMe*IA. our


We toole tBab otw, ir MW a t eti ; e
Mr lua show peot" b* at ob

oreat, tmi 0 at at yg. will t or do
for what Ios r H. al. BL A eV .
Truth mans eaua no b WariY. ow l *
Yoe amrea ita proien WMppor e of aR Ma ft O f Yt AID INDUdI I"M C
t he I hbosi tmes o ((s t- or m pme AA Il
t.ass t llr o pea e a 3 ll* Rut leW CtMyI oans
I I Is &Mr. Go to Vwb, Mc
you bad tpw .ar yom lab-m .1 i oe """


wisd nM cadie lt r hwil oeto prtst
raegra ism wad mayo wio will
Stand for trats ad upthamf. T we voIA
tebth mwat rllstim, t it day sho n a
awts theni th aIREats, deetea .6 thaS i R esapo A sibleN aNv a PoloW j OrS tly
arwye, and theo b want th i W ts M o W r ribelis o l otees sa d __-i.s i yw--
'Coe g a. .aed s th l. Pr hre a ge a-p..l. y, -..L
youarsel for the world. t e a bsm
glam more ta a anala. It y"
mwill tolmtothetving there You Are Assur
toa o dobt a"b do t ear ba aIl pri;gh
stand rtrs M" 110tso aess The
wlans theof 604o" t am t t"o" &M th


We saIf that am miolswat e Woe 0
waere Iat Is1m late. bar a aeM e Cospe Bpe s
The paster Is LlR .
otetre fors tah ot wl n d be so *


pld has of.rl and tryed tm the laagreatiga ,
tas l the ptenl mre sad theeoflp. n iiid
tei towns. eii*ate hoa bes wabl Copaie Ie puee sei
Ter sROIsART O. .Y DILA


The Jay
Of liV1n9 IM 0 hae eed hum.N
UP* Hsfinfsui yr W h bays
oil ot Joy. I"need a"t he L
trtvl Md ft"s do t b U 0 b
ar yamuth.?IVY beft se Uuw


hale 'aged iNumb heevr ar Peja
sa~d laid It ra be 5Slb~.I -r
rsxuanmeml K as a be modIsh. mY
.~lyupps' t, sale Sy V. 3.. Jeb
ra.
al-utr a; fstInag dr In tryter tr
trba'0 iue W1, b81I6M dowrOW lsa
tmu fltad.1p.l" R id o a..1 bet
m"Inme as i aamU rmo service to

& too 40 mager


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Ohe am* rwbow ft
saw I*M


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IL '..K~


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rr~a in Fa c e.2 im-Crr~YY~

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IAdU UARY


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As tp01
a. tUt. gl*.

than t s
Ution of a"tples. o
age" tfot A -- i
t Plet. N



thident MtftM i



prelate Ind W *Ila V"p,
tatedetio, 88w Mnt pwrs th
beautifuon tie lres oa

set with f.t led

slivered & fM e o rm

priato ad-- #*Dar






which would seyV hie,' and p
dated the "qee th
bto the a 'Ws.e Ia
eeremonyt whito full









by Mr. Jveao. hi k'the audi
wous lb thereto p









B well, who etIded the aetrl
Mmthe presid-t pet rlahae.
t the p.



as well, wbo 9t1 the i ms m
the president Sglu ppaams.
t,~~~~~~~ tb ---flf i-ra


D eath Of e. POr
Friends of l Ir. formerly
*f this city kdl f Jak evv
will regret i to eIars of his
death, w l I pU o t ithe home of
hi Ma I Jackson-
Ville, W d
,"rem of
age, a how ere, hav-
Ing retded at at beeth of his o ,
406 W. CoWt trt. fr some time.
He has bees Mivta to Jauoavlle
about six mesthba
The body wa take to Co neat.,
Ohio. for bIrilh big saooompan ed
by his rm.
The ftW l will be held tomorrow
afternoon.
Constpaties headache. va.-
sea. di a(i-, -, heart palpitai.
tion. DIaMe fiM pipe c deka,
weaken the g ol don't Cam.
nDoan's 3eav -I kaUy am d mre
onsUtpatie. t *eA~t Ask






MAtII I


A =ew .4 Oomplete
IJnef a


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p.


COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT.


J. P. Ward Arrested and Placed In
Jail on a Serious Charge.
There was an interesting season
of Judge Mason's court Wednesday
afternoon, wpen J. F. Ward and Mary
Jane Moore, both of Wllleford. were
arraigned upon a charge of livtng it
0 adultery.
The case was called and part of
the evidence submitted. when further
hearing was postponed on account of
the absence of other witnesses which
It was deemed important to have.
Ward was placed In jail, pending
bond, while the woman was released
upon her own recognizance to appear
at the proper time.
It is said that W'ard has a l l
wife In the Went End, but that be
left her and took up his reasdeado
with Mrs. Moore.

A PAINFUL ACCIDENT.

Clarence Malphurs, Ten Years Od,
Fell in Fire at Hage.
*Clarence Malphurm. a lad Wa year
of age, while playing at his haom at
Hag e with a number of other Abil
dren. had the misfortune to 2all ito
the fire, with the result that his toe
and one arm were badly burned b
fore assistance could reach he.
Young Malphurs was brought to
this city the following morulon, when
Dr. J. I. McKinrtry, Jr.. dreaed the
woUads. While Iatnful, the wolads
win leave no bad effects, a the lad
is expected to tb out agal to a short
tgle.
THE CHARITY BALL.

Thie Function Repeated foe See1t
of Library A~esoeo e.
The ladies of the LUbra AsamoI-
ton repeated the charity hl at the
lMs' Home last igkt, farther wm
tUe of which will be made lae'.
This function was we aettded.
Special music was aseeed, Uad sWt
gaher the orcasie jaed da in a
mnen mJoyable miamO.

All the Weo
Is a etage, ad ~ 99hi e G aw
IImmreat plays md prI omIr t art
It he so Mperpwor or amrtl .
!Qea, acuts. sprae. a- an peal
ay It. try t a-siO y wU always
go It. Asybody who h6 1 as0 il.


beon fow 41M l-- s avbg pow
Ise wbat It dk 1wStwlow w
sIow ONDrM.AL_ o

upas".of s*sedONOb".
6 1 serv. hb. A 6f
p s askue iOn be p A""N
phr
av---el U doo* wamapl'


.w
alwo of as 1 Wft a ~ #0
a ACW-1 dw Par a* "M amrc
~Ct~r~~to IN"I PONS"1(1
WIN

~dNow ft


I..'.,!


F ORO CIC0URS SLALL
W. R. Thoma Uve Steok Company
l To Have BIg ale Februara 93
As will be sees by announcement
elsewhere to this issue, The W. R.
2 Inomls Lve Stock Oompany proposes
Sto have an auction, or foreclo, urn sale,
of horse and mules of the T.
R. Peckett limber Company, on Mon-
Sday, February S.
The T. A. Pickett Company, who
Shave been doing business in ruwan.
nee county, failed recently, and the
Stock, comprisog -from 40 to 60 head
of fine mule and horses, was reverted
to The W. R Thomas Company by pro
ceam of foreclosure. There Is in the
lot ome fne animals, devoted to all
purposes and those In need of a good
horse or a good mule will do wel to
Attend tis sale, as stock will be sold
ak a sttlm regardless of cost-the
s tock has got to move.
the Aaotr interesting feature of this
S sal which will be held at the stables
ad of The W. R. Thoman Live Stock
SOompany, beginning at 10 o'clock
* Monday, February 3, will be the man-
ner in wblch the stock will be sold.
SAny reliable party, who can furnish
Good security, will be permitted to
Stake the stock on twelve months'
W, time, with eight per cent Interest.
t Farmes and others desiring a good.
p umetal animal, will find no better op-
? portunty than this.


p.$SVN.LLE, KY,


oVPMS KD M dlad STORY
FtVe-P*Und Soldering Brew Poll on
Mm's Head-4kolI Prostwmd
New Toire I fp. Id-Oroopb# 6
the AM- Ows offf01*ame me.
br buildg a "lowr w" dway r We&
aeday aftor.... a rebodhet BePe
or salderlg Ies landed et (be bead
of a asm hepe rwo Uwa at work an
the tweetyeveath aoor ?o t h aeca.
lag bullas. hralas nd ffactarm
his shaH. Teo victim, Jobke fyle.
Syou@ of ago.-e, was ke Io a.a
#tl I na dytiel cditks. It was Mot
leased ,. dropped tbe Iros.
Another misslle. this tme froma a
*ytterlous rourco, in tbe hape a D
"ooised teel bt !t, ejssh.olo ws
throeh the skylbta (w te lrair bild
Iln. barel) u dsolne A- *taut Iotwse.
Vor Murray &S hi won walking under
the glas. WISNes it COMO Is eiU a

Paeda Seplee C*FIetre,
Oahwi .Jaw", Jo 54.-Ietbctiee
halo rotarfed from th to-ofgas
,Walker. 0ld *, unader aUret for pass.
Ins bogus 0a *l1iaaI--? Oft V'!
buluat S aInre sunberof Arta, srtl
of me r1 hadl which Were 14*0114d
$7 i.swbmw o sold to 1aIrams.
Whom ba wwWinlitb sa0d the bw
I"g esriwes ." $lies kiloby
am rnw a"e N oslow to tbeee
se bab rn Yet bees -.s
Sg hmobile 10101111.
howT. ft.,Jan SCI40
Shie Ba'sn in e.1 SetyI6P W
rn Is F ta tomh
I'4Hw) I,~ ~twe Ow1
to adei, 7 ti* for W' d an di
mit cbe hr K4 of be cityU
evart. dwo Ow voil at Me dg
= t.ea~ each r W~. r
meUy un sad ftumI. ?be

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BUYZINWlPdt li WAsTO
II nea laded uinga WOtS,, ow or lSe, e
wk Pooear f o'on'rutloukar sE t ft e Ow nttlinM. T 21" b
not a p oa In the natla' e4.4ng-.yo ron no uIA, M
tor wbkh one t1n 1bur. Is It 'IMply aI au Matot ofnL.ir
two ou ikse bud In n"wn mid h nting .vow, A OWN.
014ed "camoinw, sdtlan uilver. We am WII
to nin.' nofto s gu"Olu-WO show tatith W"plees








IgatWy TtAIUI with a 0i4inkeof, m d. el byw VII1 MU
SfrPim Uskso, owsall b y,

ME IMINUE 88T ITQITUI

V-- n haa wr* mwl Po ItAWN of--
Soft Odd -of AN


I '-a.- %, Malw Uk, Ou~lnIsrad e l'. eee Jm i)
ofi bmism tm y O.dubL;. Motlwill h" roompt
,7s.15. (mon211.1* L qIw~ft.
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me One Lw


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MJ ithe ws" winn 1 faci, the in has I e I bd
IAch"arakt -owtptrnmshrtmet
p.K a iek*s*e of
11 Wil lafermned of the World.
AUU bSWiSIopiN is unoi* sa. toH & evod di&

a# Pqm Knowledge o F umetma nd KmowI6

Ehr i .an dY a dss ed h V" &W is6=16" omfd diea Syiq
.M~dLdsi c h~ us awdin* t6e pr"oofI o ima WaOimm phyuim Md

.Ims~l Qtaat~r pCaamg .1bc al. id.d Wmdda dimk-
m ood W of h..ws.Iv hi o e do or Wabls ehhm 4m do
hA ow of "M plind 6ovaW fva ami We dot kl Is t 60
sod fm* h d"% fa 6 Do ex"Vapm at W"UM 66 dab" we no&~
'Th)abh s besa boo6a d &W6bfmow
dWrdideoiof -*np oF F-o-d has ase toakd wcm
cm am msb km*d knowufiphyuibim
L&.Lmd.uAui amiel y aBIw.A epn
a = w rwd to be oi6 be we ha
dw son of-sm oi F r iMd
gba. 4 am demeue,. 0 da t#e ney,
k dmlrI uscamed f bat A6hW
m -- AW F-ra r ~,--~t
ele*4 4mIMe M enwm whe MIamehb ie
%i. Cemy-Calla-rm -

.cc bt dw ful --3r
Sp-smd Euw d ta I eer
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~~uni alihai dthe
jToo
'A.A. rE4 th "a4.

NS*A=.... .. POWi 4 0 teabo r: wUoi .4d"
Ir s...s......s...... f a NOW
A~~~~~~6 3t3l....1731S~ Many of 5a hew t"4 it~
,.S3WIV ..lT. Sops. CePe=sdkesua IdD tbt t U me a"" M6
ach ) dph b"y-. vMori W
owq tPor01 Ta Wc oe to matuatltv Oli f u.A
p. aIm a.M-t. ? msu eaot kuw ff. 1a6 "u


'The Dalftw M dat. eC
%% Bwv SON, PubloIshe .wtyu uIa&W lo Sm at '- 'a 'm

aI ymi o egto $i. ShiesilU Ul*w IE )h One uephi tbl ~iu'dZe yea,.
the VI rt "
6wss a yull 001*4U om**; $2.0 WOO this texCPomt hatjjjjltjjjjtC Yam

eft or so 9"m A" the4&m* Is! 1ftvly homt uma apqu *
lomles u s to matsaef'ts it the be bi .me aN Wowbe ertl t




-~~kb hi the ee al
Mid:gowfor amed A aut, %o =a ft *A. 0"44w Aebe o Ma
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Noalib lU ft bstw M.two* uIt t, hD TW' WW" It hi b*ewsi, b ?- t
"-' lorrl.htlole. rmhet dew tlrdmt moaT .1lo e ,~~Sp apgm bae er
a*"Of tobIeWIAI ,d f t e a *d00 e ee


aq~et ead ift.o b w.PkDs "it w bnt Vow. tam
(nice ftavs ne dlt that te o g m IDu itwlI e therMu
a"f rthanml adlI1(L sd we
bm diis aftw Am Nook hwis boo T" al MkbL Am


M tat. 6"qswgofgh their p even 6er0 1 PV01ae0-bvi.' Cm.
"t eeq hr Has" hlqyo, S ot tMstiw 3n.so
V20 thr .i qtmmr ,. ni.0astibe


sea the Wall g4Wg to a" a# mo w"ml4people o"
"WHAT Wr ,, .hleI efm the the





DeUeorati e wtv bad he wi ""Ii~~,~~r P3.P J tod d IPI


gui~ p~ Ofrrsn all Its
W_ i 00 m so4k whomo blow141p*o
whow hea g the light Co a ibrCioI
be I be qwmd w wr4,ro rMM at
Plat the yawning em theC Iwat We.i084mtoI **Iwo
""t somw wCwerl In go. owl, folliftm dw imp
:~r---dkOU~ bd ~ A.Mook ; %, 4 Atrad` $





*,,blle"able r m es amp J*tic hase t thmW
: oat ~wt rlbL I Ollrdrefoam aryw a oft*l~








_ih I' r. d P ~oP iIrmpr~w
lLt ww e p M& th



pgg~pegI .m't 0 e4a4 b uth ofi dOf the oU
lug". I m *Ulu TM WWI ItruIr~kdU~ P 4


rapo iIIemw weePp we uwi
ae im t as it w top

LOPratll party had bee
men mi s t have beu
Sot of work, mUlls miht
wae miht have bee
garmlafts of the national
have wlmAttId saolcde,
.U111ad h1omelus 4ad
ma alght be tramlag the
4f New York.
a thatt Cows would or
iV milk. heas t oly ai s
Hi the rain to fall, the
aiiw, the traita to rum, the
l ave been devastated
beod O d earthmau:k; In
dreIn atof the srnrday
woM hnave crouched In
the c loud portals of
llseas-ts, fanrtlg to raie
aid dre din to look Into
have been ierc,. and no
If the Democrtir party had

Pa rk Tramnalll of laIk
Sle a abort Utmea Mo lwthdre*
ohe ram fto r Ia slted taten
ma amabi derided be wants an
od slat w1ek he anoumneod
s a candidate ftr the oeie
S II itthe of the sttat
1t W. 11W l s. le* to as
itob Iaf and willU) undoubtedly
MhW SoiMa.4 a and It elected would
I t1 *se with eredlHt. Irmowver,
I Ito p argaist a hard proputiKton
his ebtrt to win out over (tl. Killa.
a present Ilacinbeuit -onvt as
iS a p eroo L;ken a hbe abs against
lith tt. ;c>airatl rat4 *f-P ts Iher'


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odra of tre ono eou not be, mal-' Than a freen.gine when your
taaed, sad Iq easI agai t Mr. Davis
wu nor pr~it4 pIn IeaU. house is on fire, because it in
Thus nee em e' i .str santly ecures the entire value

eator TI n oferei a s ol- f your heme-that is, when
tom whiob as been adopted by the am i oR upon
Bna wkte b bdi ting tee t Ys, name is penned upon .
sao drle,,., tb, totetotato Oob ^\ .
me.N CommaSalO to Inorem the bse strong policy for
ate whether any corporattoO engred
In ,ltoertlte eoasamsre are e
ownef of any stock of other corpora- Fn6 l ruc
tios whlob ar trenaportlag pI I
*egeO ura freIt H so. the cr r. aIn the best of capanis. Witer wiad
mission in further directed to trnas. a splendid aids to blg blsms. How
mit a statement showing the erxtnt about your homT If Ant in Mety, this
and detalls of sak owrwship. so far ooce a ll at once II Ime it except of
las thL farts now apper to the odlioe a line from you. THINK.
of comrnlPl'tn, and to state la what \
caeM' the rorporatleas who se tok I
so owned have been eompttors for
trn(a with the erporatIdo owning !i ,l
their stock. When Mr. Tit llamas firt
Iraented this resolutloo Se6ator 6LS gg M .
Aldrich offered an. objection to Its Oii tI
consideration. but this ho withdrew. Th eOGalneevlll Natl *ee@i U1S,
and it was adopted by the Senate. _ ____


It would not pay a marhant to
advertlae un.lei e eould take It
pay you tu read and answer his ad.
verthement

The Statte Po tu.tii.tor' Conavemto
meets th anu ron the, aid of Petbr-
ary.

tTAT6 or0 OHn t IT\ (,, 'l' IHat. (
Frank J. t''em v n..r nt oh that
'he It awetor pautt,'r the frm rf r.
J CheaOy & Co. d'1'i bu nvnes to the
itvy of Tolpdo. (, tv1 a t1 Slate afhrt


-aild. ani th t tah 1Arm Ati i y ythe
%km of 000. Imuttrd I-I llur for reach
1- r ct: .rA ry so ranlb or t"nd c\ory ctase of C.itrh that C enuoi
1 '0 SA n g po w er( .hra-^ tt b y th e % we ( f t l i a l C mLa m
4 ud "wv!rtg" Powtv f( Curo. rH ANK J OWN171':
i I t h t tb i t th e y to u w to j ure t o W o r e t o (&idI
) qor tbs In'Je'nt. di. S lo-ri to befw'. io r,. r
"wj.aeitof the 44 W m pInrvus. this Oh b4v itt ['e-
a --i r.a-t-4iod &ld ad. cvmtwr. A. 11 ISA. A. W C(k:-%Sk).N,
tg~ftl I 6otary P~ibitc
1alts' C&Larrb Cure Is taken Lilci..
&O.l ai. sad s dimdly unM the bklx an
is r Fu an aswteof tse sytv %ad

Attktst megosarad Fg.J. CH & Mo. TOW O
C. elIW inssta. Tikc. O
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'rEOrIVE r OVMBERB 10, 1901.

ILeve Qainetville for Micanopy, Fairfield and lo-
cal poito South .................
Returning, arre ..............
Leave Gainesville for Samp~en City,, Palatkar
Lake City. Valdosta, and all points North
Returning, arrive GainesviU,.... ............

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SAVANNAH, COOLUMbIA, CAMDEN, 8O
THEN PINES, RALEIGH, RICHMOND,
WASHINGTON, BALTIMORE, PHIL.
ADELPHIA, NEW YORK.


This. D"t Tr&U Daily:

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4SEABOARDA EXPHRCSS"

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= A no at 2 Agent. 0lONCKRIT DANCER MUU HREO D."1
merdls Ithe mwwlit-nal pWlse Searching for Man M'lelved te
iro pe ql io a o tr rts from. nirt' Ie Connected with Orme.
1 1 seal tAsi h okls In s2lulton Gttago. Jan. 14.-Mtas Catherltae
Ssuchiei hle riwould. lt alo .irtbiht a concernt daer aed id *l &t
TA rdlelrai lascttroptr o n, T icla ad oz::nc :r't otoI r an w NOh1A !t t
;, BR IE Ni a atii 4ic5tl intritlve, -it *was fond shot to death l 4. her .. .t,,.
aUseupte Usa atiferaawo It ckd roo at 92 Wells street early Th .
Srel&ft tftheoItbooae ofthoIrlck .lerry. da. PRO FC. HEM .
k, Bloodro3B G e000 Sel root. XIone 'r e police are erchingl for Jaem -----: ..'.
great M*^- te and A mistrial was ordered. He ret tad ro' e othlI 1MGee In contctiton lIth the murder.O, TH" wouL6D'0AdV .
Jackson Wvkls ,-WI Sv a &ni arralgnld last Tuesdfy a n "(iod l Medal Dhe 'loryIn ,uih ilg % W..'* A
rro jakot tjf tehnm leede o uy ron or Ua-rrl .a.. nhi Me(.cahal h, attentive It the wo.
St dnrdict rendered of not guilty. h rotMang iff o orll o ich ma for lom time. Only recently. It ... R M F
thieves g* -- n fteenmeaded by stand- I said, he 1rs *several shots at an.
Soper Ground was broke. Wednesday T Ma kle Othir tan whom he believed to bhe a w' 'll give a sid*4l1tthg vtb.1 -
n rd iBHOW ........11' ng for the big cigar factor.-y to ofSeethk laoseofia riwa l far tier aff"e'tiuu. For thisthsbr. ant A a 1d Bad/ tbe brectgd l t igy bay cugene Hot- a s ti t usso l of, co w e e s eas arrested. but was out on Science of the omr. Th putworm
so1 tinier. It will be a three-story rMck =4M a t e i thiat g y. bond and te case was on the court ance will be gives by'1agldr from
corie tratre ard Is the second nage n 1 VsMi d ll for Thursday. the audlene, while ther pe under
Vagp elgar factory planned for Gary ---- -- the Induence fn HfypeWMr d if
was t. s rb of Tampa. f ouhe Why you are doubtAtl abhet dbfu le..
tb co -- eOnditojn hbold your baby uffter? Whes,, h ne of Hyp11ott11, g0 lpam stage
est B1tOOI With the arri of the [rltah e m I tttl and rUestle, do'*t Xpi.- and be convinesd.
Florida s te er Maconomo in the port of t pearl t a him ad use any old thil TWO LADS. ON ad
There 0taMTWO LADIm 4O ORLay"A
The an P l the w ork of toning oe of Year tigbbor reco mmeds.t By a ON OENTLMAN wil be aitted
et preset. thi lrAtest cotton cargoesr to leaves bo te t of White's Cream Vermltuga One 00 I i ok% j the
that. pat this season will be 0om- gretst knownworm medicine and
ad will hold T eao wEl o i amgowiconsist of c g ldou t m orn ,bildr's dss. It ist ald Opera HouIse hdeAre :1 p. aI
UpEveuy Tlkek Is Seed Dad'a Peel'
e lith of elw v t .e abrt 14.0W square bales of the flecy led' m In n a Itl on, builds up the system
ch. This l t it ir staple and wll be shipped to (ermnln Io makes thi, ny fa Mr. J t Guarantea If Ye Ae N t at i
uat DeLaY. p,' .D, of Ila- 0. Smul Tampa, Via pl., rte.: M o Will be s e.
S7 says Of gl baby was t and sickly, oould ao tad eur MWet Wet burned.
Monday WM a rei tday Ia W A. Johnson, reieding out near au raet if its foo and cried all night
tory of g tha4t theo line of Polk county, was B01Y I used on bottle of Whi te' Crea L "
tested the bfntM e bl of an Wednesday to pay his taxes. wsa i 1me1n VwItgne ad In a few days baby was Lr
ts vert hedd that..ety. Mr. Johamon was in a company of oo leu-ghl happy and well." Sold by ee On e'
ere nlnette batlto tirt 1 M who tered the Confederate pasmsa 0t W. W. Johaso ..
rer lan sd At thi surrender of Gen. e se- - ,
SregttAa a at Appomattox he and Probable Cn of Murder.
thra otitrs w the only remalnlng ~I Atamsta, Jan. 24.-Turesay on I la
y M. Flallr o"N"ON Members of e eompany-one hun -., the dead body of a nero wa d o I 1
of the "lm' b dred ad eveateen having beea killed. f.. on the tracks of the Atlanta and WeIt V
Miami and K0 '. o This old hero It worthy of all praise m ri Pint railroad at Red Oak.1 whllib Bylag YIei Bs ke
led by a partY E f 5 and respect and should be cared (r E ot 13 mile from Atlanta, TI w
I rsrt pesY lW 0 1 1 tDu In his old age by the State and sec. -- --- ro h d b es struck by *sevtl tm'a 0~ IY
anhd' was.h, = orrtbly m-aled. 'As b
rights' Key. tion he served so well.-Polk County oeares touches for Ita perfect a- d was horrblyood where .e h 'Aa Abe h pW
1Record. .asaene of blood where be bad bees re *B Is K T PHA rop
Car N od ou" 'aJ.-our r at. over by the tranas led to the Ibel
C fame. Is A 1 The census o* Bartow which was that the negro had been murdered sad Por yerwe e ieve l'e the
lshe. b s S ordered by the city council some Mrs. r. W. Stellat of Maspltown. played on the track the aniht before Baking ot hutdrfel ef I
she has S tm t me ago has been completed and Pa.. who with br husband, arrived A eloeo examinaton revealed the hat to*at s. Ar e et the t tif et
ao a tem t besIrhows a populaUton of three thousand in MSIl the other morning to ipend that be had )e*a stabbed: hle throat It's nwa tee late
town a.d b 8bM! Ie and saxty-mine. This Is an Increase the wt.ter #e IEe los of se Out ad alo h alt io the l ult ehoor. l s i r.
town and -Idhft about five'" I
orof even hundred sinea the State oral hbladred dollar' wrth of dla.
r eu was taken two and a half Ads and other Jwrly by learvta
L Johnson. wom there math, year ago. Bartow han reason to be them lt the PullmA' ear to bih i'II NATURALLY ABUNDANT.) tn
mt an d dlled e Jones. a proud of her growth which is steady they travel to Jaekaovlle. J~o -
section hbad, -ar Ol, hbas and solid and partakes 4p no way of belo the trla o' 'bed JakavW l as ve s P ee at eree. ew sJA Bas ltrt
sod through eWdest of be the character of a boom. If this n l- atu d rf y M Stering wetlam Teu d m 4 I
twice wl tp da y r orease continues our sIter city of the ladle' retiritn room of tA* ri. ai prwaratteoaead daarff(r e l lA
and acqitte b let tria. eland will nave to. look to her M oear, Uad removed her etr, J a eNae t o iMtaf" SOn, Li
first trial l .l ed t laurel Huh Wear. who took the Whes ashe had tlnshed her arlutioa t has r o atteh sht LHaer. wtay.
Mrs Stering le ft the room, and L6 Dadru fS I the gr s eat vstaeluweathi t o I *
.. ..- t ll i diaa~os4 sad the los all alrlroult4 f W ad du4raff l omuad
Sths-c 0 1A"oaIs h t6k k tha i e tb a r, we flr. i O o Ihe Ni mI I
-- -- -* Fore "-'' -' r"" "'-I
14 h bd a taken to the wash raeek at e ir l pybeirun hat wtU posivelytr o* s
SJaksoevllle. A seareO was at On destro the Is I we'tires lr H lde-M
F oremadae but the artiles had bi' esa tey 1aae, _re free PM PON"
selmeat, ae at.te r r da ous drau4,
tfond and made way with. The kseM It alter Itea Ig s i lastlys makeihar Os h
was reported to the Jacksvlttle gloasy and *of as lk. "Veror the tns ADOVi mQ
poll and a liberal reward w- be 0 0 the t." old by
Bding diru'rtit. Sd te ta $(#np fosr Is i n m0f0
Spa' for the return of the Jewelry.-- mple to Th. werpde Co.. Dot. THS :41 OO
OfC IanI Miietropolls. aWh. on "*wo PIaeos. ..0=0
S Teook Notal Vowe o J.wa 1. Bdlrlai A Co. lpeea) Afwita. -0


MULES


Fob. 3rd


111 be 'OLd s6 sAUCTIION, ulnde'r for'oclmture
the Hofmaimdlfuhm of the T. 1R* Ivickett.
r )mpw. Tbeft wil be quite it mimlwr of
I. pt '-.~ *L4 Oid A Fnm Horse, :113l 4Mules,
In rg 50 O1Bso.d
-a-te WIN Ddpet~ d at tOle ritsbl.! ( f The
1!,qIIY"mM 81* Company, in Gaiuie~ville,
': ine 11 i t a pod Horae or Mide u%,ill do'
A 'ted 6b1l a* as tbee will ccrtaiil2y 1P4' l-'

qA k. JAM"BE SOLD mtivii i f.,r-
fW b~i y'i"ob ohaw. he tt.'k will lie
"~ tm'L with 8 per cent iwrt't-4 when
4NSATIS' 10; NMILFUWIII3
ilAWL IA.,
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Itateboro, Oa., Jan. 14.--N*ew
Treseed here of a ulique weadli
wSe oeearred at Ur oseaty, t eo
traetiag parties beinas Ms I0 be A
In aSad peter Johaaon. The
ponag emple bhad a oenageOnet with
ItR. J. B. Dixos, of this phlaM to
meet them along the read between
Pulask isad Reglqer. After Ullam
the pulpit Sunday at these bo place
tev. Disc started for bhoR: The
paing couple met the presber aI
getting out of the buggy were married
saadifnl a the road.
Simple emeody feor La Orippe.
La grippe coughs are' daagroue as
tasy ftreqsmtly develop tnto pEW
meail. eUr'ss Meam M and Tar me
only step theogh o bt heed ,
stregthes the haM po that ao
-a result seed b eavoed. Tb,
mee PVisy's Mosey and Tar
o harml dren ad I a yrIss
package. Refue rsetftute J .
MOoIuMs & Co.

Persed. o., Jm. M -A q1
aom e ore mes t"lers sSim
ays tht as atestLI|M by toe o
ueae-g eoeer df lest kleresas
de opes6o the bat et to e two Jaw
msa taeO It era rl y the OW1
-*r Tueodg" wOrM ,~1pla
Vlt stserm. Atle Odr a ses
deo aM elshiled e e wre t -eS
e resrvaite. It dIt eO d al.
mt the Nee were *W" a ba ds
Ospealer Aes POd.
eated Lw. W A Ms Ma -- 0

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Fdc~r mml r'cmammilivo thkce 1( inimt mitchilig a "Wo
puljar rFlmpoilmml fntm he Aeio'it'n eohliiieft
A gimusraiit.e'Iirelidt icmIOnsSuIf MNIH pp.-
paW In adlviiK'4 c tjilh.riptihaal. NSo silMwriftliI file
fouls1om nl91 iS Itert'imiPjIie'd '.v A nli lil fll sub.
ulmM otionp (lipipctamitlf'l tl[l si p irnleIn of thir paw
t In aU'e'ordnrwe with rrgulatimi 4 ,f* iuptdllw FU.
.puinwnrt-n ml ini IEl'cE 10 Ifor ycarf wih Tb.
Clonotifu imi'o ulori.vtm i pa fiat.
TIiuikc(of it-IS Ip p for fitr y $IK.l$-TWh Ti.
W9eelry ('(i,rirtitlii'r, ptllJIICIWE )%Itiiit*y, Wln..drj
and +Iliv rmdl to M L F. I. Lraf db
Aft #Abft MTK $F 1-1-1 th 1w
mkr tsal no-ww n-. r 't f do tol, fay boook;ro .end
Utit llhlit, 0ive'hy d ti ft PIlnwiiliff rh11)ifq.
SuborripA0ons may lo prspil idirMt tamCIompmnied by
mowey r4"aer or wWIpte&'r."I lo r rp("Wt.o
01 1WUTE in ever, tormeship mel nol mm
m urin (*,11th Sm ith.
wbjo are tri.k' ifrgtr n' 'S Vi N a month with but
ittle eI.nt. sti ff '01.llot inm'r.0'fring w ith tlw.irrr
work.We. want "inw for fto7 in your kxwlity. u1


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DICKERSON TALKED "ON..NIO

And by His le vr W" We.d!O
In Vindletlag Us. *@'P1 W IW'
Overwhelming Veteu.4AII -Uleib
Ids Centerue U M*I
Moolwlbst aadlaf thes atW
Ud s onterese NAd 401 S t a

The prelmisa9
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opening of tkl."*SY#. a''.
The great
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Charges of .SA h we 0
ad aginstre .3.WSustUe
* ereots sad at" 00, dds of da
tense and P"eo ht h ht
were Irregi h th, Ow reu in aUewtM
J. It. nick sen 0 0M M iuiage at
the charges wwere 'MprMWedyt
and thatt b e J. wu .*W s
Wrongly *upeq;i th thea .
=out, Was uIs* h N bU
that the oeesi te d 0e4tSweh s4*
erem.n. The qqm pisimed
theo tlm otilon 0 "to40
The Re. 4ais1
Mt. Zion A hUhJasas
Vie, to at"l attheeoa.
ferenec, 0
The CUlen Ours
as 0=1Poe" ofseN* oS f kI, .

who cornaathelo~
Cal courses.M t Osivatevrlty,
villeprfcrce. hwawspWatura sAd
ot hcr leading 9911i,6111 ,"
Id yrut. might weo mhbMu I""
Inh.et ing: at the oftraWith a.y
R. T. Uordam the PU41 40 101'1.
In the isriler ort6f the imp,
first, h.clmd. third,id J*WOmrtbpsa
clftuiios flt and wi06 *aM d by
their vt3ulutte
I'ih)1op Tannerpresi with hi
twu.mi dignity a"d BM0&tj~ftl a
Wio rethren Iblnk b t that hes
intiu tor the w next qiiMi.a S he

C!cThn he Kfius An
Weaksi -by Im SrIuk
:idwK s NS abetwo" IN1114a.
I to bI *-u clbvrend t uv -uTy
ate!~ Waddeor tioqabi. w~vw tu b~
wr~eimwt phw Lrthit
nearl p)4I L~

sbhec nak.t impurtaa


Crt. I b(II )UUlrkIilsce)S wom

g rl *at~l b~Ut)' ti' Lad ted. ti


p4\1(; kiM', herSSew M -
to heal. Ati
&, Vl -0 umOImk W-
I *r~ el t~ e'* corsal uorySa La
:tl~r Swaump.'~l, the wr
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winL better undrtond the aftrnE 'of
mrloda t a now bolsop.
9B1i TamasO stated that an
*eX tL0. neslg would be calle at
I p. to. eooder some ma 'fs for
the bj ste ur of the ohMr6.
Iatr wi be spent to herla
SOlirttt, rport. all m eott
Arm the ohaoIme have about bees

Deiae--e"ed Proslewa AdvIw
=" Me. that bw*leSak peOWI-
r Jr M a the dialsg oar waiter,
lbtesmog.ser2 ,.
I lat irsa o tes of Iw roe e
"Tiah; bt bs ea le wte an
d4ot ?mw dway teach es If dat
a s Ma" t. ood olt. Aad
*1i4 e da l oami e Mew re Pd

fmrIh, Btr bt maybet ym all
Alftm tkw te M St he. toe, nI dat
Nie ld.d.t Tetau w t Cat. m Oo
"N% I MwL Thake aai, Geougs.
Itf' mighty aie ao you to a p me
rem boriga a lot at st9 I woulad't
"Tansa. Ah pcoe Itre Bmatyw do
msr ldoat, ba AM's e so amesy.
I*n*y 1eople-0m s g ieems, lak yetO
f4t-ftM-t *y 9W bWl dat
filt JT tn wt 'a* m ban. o ed
rM to tW' watteb. Tuma a I
eM.*'--mdp.
SMe01ea t* OIn ..
"Bterlulto s at tve own aus that
odtary batter 1 wata ,r with
*ams" deewae Good Health. "A sta-
SoW f-secafl a matk emnlty con-
talM fr oaa.0oo to 14.0000 ereas&
The member ay eveno be uch luarer
the this. a1 the remoral O tream
tfro te i mlkl thg erw are taken withL
it Mt o the pr esw at cbuertag tb
uans mae oltsectd with the tht m ia
the better we baa the MeacemtreUe
at A are part at theb gem contaled
to the l1k ftorm wkh the better was
dItred. bo t1 a pouad a better &tt 'I
rivWdA tem twenty plate of alk theb
NmrbM atbaCterta must be aiamet be.
yap estimate. A brWt emp tatom
WiN Ihow that tew auMser et bacteria
oeawted lao poutd to better misbt
efaty Veb th* eonorwews s of at
W te Wboa."

An s ldieew Dangea
0 t Ute worst features oat
k*-y treble Is that it I a s teald
IaM tsee ad Wbefor* the Vicm
not us & am ber he my hav a
et na mea T. Take Pe's KIMey
Owt a* is am A or ef *m* A it
akins t m1 ulatltes san NA e*ts
Won teams a disbetwe J. W. I
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Cehra lea
0e a da a&rWhw bb ht so
M Y $- S* a w t 6 'ow" OI
Se a bC wha eaYylla Se si-
Ias%" if" msai." o Pa
vzm d bow aom "*me In M-rr
m"M wo add fte a ebs

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"N"Am Is New Yeah.
SWed. di. rePsm t.
Sam. 2.-Puvats 4s
I bee en"aed to Fuard
t4 mdIbe M c*e Fith av
Sas Miaday, tm weddiwg
pl Vaudrblt and Count
"yJ w~rU taue place.


'lh |lnt irosoatn, wblob bar*
w IwwdTw r 4, are valued at
'.Iwo Ume ,Lvwill be os
SI ose darsad might
m4 a paft ethe Aer will be ooa-
astntlrm Uard la or abou the room
uftH an sKhrtted.


"mm ml
It io ated that ales tha two hun-
erd Eta wMi attend the earemo-
-a.h willAeWa take lae tho e ball
rl he r mealdmea at 11 o'oetok la
thae orabi. A wedlag breakfast
will be serd at oW. Aparty, la-
6"ln Couate ad Osut DMatl
ekea and and Couat Peal tarhay.
wao dS to atted the weda l, left
Ihae Weodeday alght na Alfred G.
Vaadent's rivateo ar to tdvt Ni-
agmras has. tj h party will reasal
at the falls r two or three days.



CA IA

lnsm oNYu m buIlqi

apseH-.t ciyrSU


Talking Theegh 4ta Noe
Bo called talkingg through the ea"m
s not talking through the a m at all.
but rather ballu to do o--that sL
Instead of lttUa the toe sood h
the nasal cartfy. to be Hmfoerad
there by strikft agalnt tbe wall aC
the cavity, which act as voting
boards for the teae canned within
that cavity, we abut o the cavity and
rlefu Ie the Its aItual re-omfate-
meat It taew asa rest a tla.
uareeoant qAllty Wok we cal a-
at, altbouh I Its tia ard MnLoesse
became it leik tn wal essusef s
The only rewody tUM tna ct to
shot of the Ievtt.-Katherte Jewel
ert in harper's Baaar.
Prog Narroew 9 0pe.
A crrosart t writes: "My sea
agd tona m a ealfr yearwa wa w k ;
to th e gu* wha a viper ahet tw
fet mIe tad maPt thim. A gabdau t
with a eam abomt te aea e a
cr0ket ban "ht the apt pla e
whno a aIp eod f the grate et
een tb he beb. theaL ey remate to
frmlom a fieS. hIM happed at at
Ia prI~m bul-m--Mar MulL

-"DMid r Mtis Jawkis ha
-" 1a *uea I d kaew.t epiedp the
your lad. tt s h had. whr wm th
wouMn't "m t a I emse to hat
beard "-4~- ~n2Meeral 1


Pais fkJJ)od "dI 0"1 LMML
we am Olie Ishem"e
pow Am TM out"
is" ed -


W. R. THOMAB,
President
0. W. CHASE,
lt Vice-Pres.
0. K. BROOME.
id Vice-Pre.
E. D. TURNER,
SM'y ad Cshier


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H. F. DITTON
J. 0. NICHOIS
-C. W. CHASE
J. A. XAULTSBY
s. J. tIR9AS
0. K. BROOME
W. R. THOMAS
W. B. tAYLOR


for Weft
rmr in rLr
purtmt si hILh
hirn w of "
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British Amerlea Indians.
A French titld lady made a trip
that took her 1,00 amles beyond civllt.
satlon In the far northern districts of
British America. hbe went forth ac.
companlqd bg only two Indian golupe
nd penetrated to the sixtleth parallel,
riding astrid, trampin, paddling In
light canoe, boating down treacher-
ous, rock poketadl rapids In clumsy
native b"rse and for one period of
two weeks wsin no human belng ex-
cept her two Indian anrants. "The
Indians I that regi~ are very supes
etitlous, v aY ngrattef l, very lade-
peadent, bfertry hoMit I o1laed a
chlef to ahrs l.ua be with me. Ba
refused. To eat Ia company with a
womu would degrade him. He wobld
loee "ae with his tribe. In another
part a the coatry I bad am -i
diana sad their squaws an espedl
tLon. nut the IndaM would mat Ie1.
mit me to shoot ary game. One of the
tradltloua th the t left by some old
mediaie a kn a#since dead, was
that I, a w.m wrn a e ve par lttoe
to shoot mouoS or at k would be-
come asicasm d e Io aws wold be
come powerful a master the men. I
offed them $10 for very hot
mtat make but oaey was no I
doceMeat."--'Gas 7rvaao Chroele.
Doa't lt s tLh baby 'aSer from
ea1ma, re or Sa Ny ta Il of the
skl. Do a's Olatmet Irse lsutant
relief, cura qulkly. Pwrectly safe
for chlldre. All drauists sell :t.


Direct from


&Welpl Couetn Abstract Co

Pefw U. Cebms. t 1 WBlaming, vtol
Pro.~; It L AMs. -Tres&
eAIJUSILLZO, FLA.

We do an=udY" Abtrc bU
Sm, with hottiss l Ioparng Fog
tormaem laoseuif dth Title of
myO wad ea& mdi'2ijsm county.
Ubud"" e A riorpu,.


ET


FPrniture Sold on Easy
Payments. w Cases
Made to Order. ,Repairing
a Specialty. Se. on Coin-
mlimon. /

at Reae I nta.
a mn~ imllhm.


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Finest Old WhiskJ
WIISIY-sa hoae dtlflsi fog Ir-llm St

G O WMM M b at 4,
WOW ubt~ ldmigain e 90 "fwt "ri, is Inq~s u sase

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K^ ONLY A Ll STE
Mi ebe^ the Curtyw ain er a Moment o
W A Oe of Liptn Tn~ipd. an DA AM* & PEARCE, *
A' recent Ineld46t which boh:a l Its
iad i. simple outlines the polnhility of past I NTI 8 1 8 S.
frI t I o tragedy is described In the New York
aod am .imes. It is another llustratn ( Otee rhr u tt & Co's.
,reembt.he f ho careless the world Ia of the ladl- Po e NO ,O aieyllle vl
iilu It .r .~: vidual and bow thick Is the cloak
In t O.1 1 wbichb one may wrap alout his pe-
eI. The,. 3 SUat sonality. Not long ago, ~ laborer emt 1, B I
ase.do played by the Erie railroad in Jerse"' D.. B .'3 -
df City was rm over by a train and bad. FoC A.
teS pd th his lel##cuta.. ..a.DENTIST.... '
eti i hbes A polUwman telephoned for an stO ...ET.
,to ro +M .b f th. blmnce Thei tnjred man lay o a Ja oklonvi I c O llle e ,
distrICt. In gjtvm The grass patch, apparently bleeding to OoGlover Gafltellot Natonil k.ln sCA oh"e
,e whe tfto 0~r+ cu- ,death. Juts then a typical railroad,4 o .oe Me .6 IB
ardtt e sfl*ai ,A tramp eI dty rap sa runtered alog T t
of pc klO bi _M alt. He tapped a policeman's elbow. lyd
odte a .kk "May I ask What's the matter. e Clyde New_1
ter li and lctr?" eb Atqi. De ar? I. o OWER Pre gh t I B~gr So ad
ote ,' .i plki "M n ble6din to death." replied t. ROVID 0
some.et Aae tak- Dotteean. DIST 041
but 1eW,4C e him?" asked the tramp. "I might be Of. ts Ml*e" Law E.. ha* AMo.o.en Whe .

a. rilI.serJ wm *M ii A*dloi A*.btoo.. St**er, "ClT |^ M Ov^HLA' "l tO' l| I[ *t R a t n
asn W. i She Ya t o u .e .. -r-ponded the offi r. 0. "-- ....d .... -.-.. n.,.s-o. IxU
ol th IghW gi et the b orr, the trap aM. d for water to
| rbaIari Of rll crwd to an hwandkrchifs d Bina PNlATBAr alea Ai.th a Ng o ,



made of M KRA row ,., a evlr o, D 0 a mee................pa .......... t l
Iadt lo "' Mt d tor t ," b e replied s ohe ATeO I A AW ,O VoPr l
bthe enggoS ried _k _______, 3ArKA: & BATA TE.. T. 1. .CDU R .LM A
ad ret lt tl ar trri Ma Akit oWeEk .:3O m. .. .. a.... .. .Jacr.sor.lle ...1 ... N. I No. ToIt







tKSldbeC tW tI- Makin Ar.menian Or0 1 !- 8. B CRO L.0 1 A., "M InOioNO!R. . A |
e a e ...............e ea.... ...... 1: .



Prpaer thL )xl.ylllttt feIt Prem tb Tv1 o lmow bow man. .tMlo oIIOU Io. in property, (r. L bur: Ia ............ J.. .Us ............... I. :
svers m"ath Itn. T obeha be a dre drtll ta tb e
lAPER Cl i a K OR ae aid clime, thie hymn wAI VILL3, Alm0us ., P L. De O0a. m...... ............ acNtordD...... T. P. th
henK EA ,says, are taught to salute tAhe stan Oeg taM Mar~:a0 PilIc. De :....... .Ba.tp.. 4S.1tW.
sad s o te and give "tthir o ha web M oIm. .. A. 4I: e e I
Hermat K hSuple Set their bands sad their hears lto ther FDINAD .SAYER, o nel no PIr 1Oh iver W, y.ee se.. wll 1
ti country And in some of the LA. RATMOND, VYioePresidt Ca e U A M ,
It t whot Sc 1hec tilt trn dowotfn shool, y0ou may see 0fl. AIOREIm AT LAWR,
best klids nt with t China dreM ,o. h8 ;N0R0. o. T. *C. A WC. .A..TT, 0 P. A.
and Japan PER S At of KoREA. 8sa d ann ,and inltaan, JPIeois. DPIe N. I.. New YorLk. ... N. 3. N ew Te.
It es ly. r~d the Is obils frn. Cbhne se Armeia. o Oft.ek n L... SCRODB-B. d. A.,n .a 0.
apr eeno th I g r at ti m e heaven kws how many e aot er eato oat ALWH. lLy property, (lnT I.e burg. ha. Jaeqmv t0 .
to Chin sa it h Ol1 alitres an omti In tin splU metahiqs prd and laWm reted), phophase, L. D. JONS, T. . A., JoHPN PNDR. Y. P. A.,I
entirely a ad thout res"mony. It iv oe a Jei hl.Hsp.M. l ads. Oh JN.Roartioe. la. P N New Ta.



thb Ai* f* t p l ala. rnc y A r n h an pr evet and0
the asmoe ttThrw sense of othe vautty of material whrbk t Sisweforsale CLAK FIG P. LOVELL, Ag"et. JaWbevillR% Ph
material lob In d t put Into this crucible we canl a 4tA. AOveral flee, Pier 36. North River, New%,ork.
obatale t Provo and which in another geno atton a OA
sbtwo will be simply Amy -orl3raxits. ATTi6EY AT LAW
1aMni. a wool eAn lld.iolokrnEqity S. MCHANT & CO

spread mbui ^ be a w T.his s to certify that all drug sts eral6 P r tie. bell e s p a
to form `this 1 IU. ae l. iM W a n uthoriled to round your money It fl .. -i va1ns L, r i
aI~d b'a Honey and Tar fklls to am
ipe is Im C "" """ r: hal te lgs an d pre"ventbris h
tries. an mee ofd e lt results from a cold. Care.is Pbi Pe CLARK & FIE4LDING o3 ws VA A# a,
breaking the apb as we eg adtghe and parents praioeth sea 7i7 de i lt
machineryy is imtTaptio. Contains so ops te .::.1%










^"s w'aaK'te. ^:Y l' .++4.t-/-e4 0 ,: ..... l am.re....h ..;..
After the. bee made lth Th e te I tULL .as In yow pbeh ge a W4.
paper the Ups p o a e substitutes. J. W. Medlmrea W PRIae,
the ht obat .ti h t a ct lt Co Pres Um islCourts, Statea
pieces, VE se to O '
stamp with te et. At the eas D U.
time the I" of a pl -ntD
called to, 04 the olbbie"o Te erehors. elasteesO We 41Ous5 eof
X. J. earr *eoneud.lateo* AfAIees
Peru awver DIartl aer olai or t demast o r *el Ao w f
tenacity sa ___OWNord___
lediup P..arry. de* 4, e OAINBOVIIU BLI*IDA
aM n y ill LOW__ _
tA ellma i x int, bl a to AdnW.bkft.. t Aolnh,. T. F TMU* R
the tcllman i) 'rmsm a beis as 1ea ** ..........
ditors wm V2 WS wo M oMw Bd *oeve _**____Lse -ab
excit' Was 54 ay oeagreashes. UNDERTAKING CO. LA

arainst de sh h; t'sIW f I 7ff as, :
a rtaet de 'ki d b ggg d FULL LIIuP OP Fb s Peer as
ti 'I1 Do av ba evtle sa t i us Ura NEW 000113s... 4 **

.t deeoet t the are o
the cbnr r rtCh oi fet a ." "r Ins ) o
sealwPd his Mbtltigy. 3o3Lg '3TM, 'tOP 'INOh bi

UT.9 miQ etib bDJ the reaIch _____OOaa~~o


so..lse f(wassomfor M is 10

Tea cansw a o-wt mOc6 564
wtn. A l'uGi~e -Arel' Iht 0
by Itso t:. t st.S WALW po wOW
1ell It theI.41s rem a a
low tiast "~''4 mila mates
P.4 out (., t a -A kp9 *P nse
is Its IrI W be So do hem
onJeP.,wU4& It too th esaw
sum to ri-wsbli4There ba
W !mu n Ita al
-ed wttch K-Is
1%, 4 1 40 ~ ~Ll

'f-veol s awwoom LI


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room


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ftea" so all we llots ftl
inapw sPnowedU,


In A Ainil A AV VvaujL
RIP~iLRC AD,
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ALUA COIRMi~
abaft n,** Nm, Siuth, EaSt oi Weasst

33 pmr sboele. SISr~ I[ Throiglh Psatimaw ft.rvii. on All Train..


amp* be*, -.
Consult the "Purple Folder""
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vsatioia~w, la. yeeir n ne Tirkas AgssE
fr wilt. ar emton I'A


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MSES

AGAINST PREAIU

Charge of SditoUM M W
Against 7I. WU1

DICKERSON TALKED FOR HIM

And by Hi ,Clever Wpkc OSaeeade
In Vindloeting the PrNaihr by an
Overwhelming Vete-oentl Pi
Ida ConferenSe till Centlnne.
Notwithstandlir the old wave, the
morning session of tho,CeOtral AP
Ida Conferenoe had quite a smber at
spectators Friday.
SThe prelimInary a
S tlang of mlnutes aratr
opening of this-as aie.
The great eduesatonal 'ort a C
Rev. 8. Timothy We, ,P.D. atof t
.pa at the Thyrady "i ^aie;
S ws the prineial top l M lo
Among the brethren. Friday
seventy dollars were aneWe* ar
I* e0 tloaual purp'oea.


The hearing of &MIo
;; Dundllonand G0aiusevf
ossisumed Um great~ppisS 4,[
ko al HOT* b ad the
pofts from these dm. pua

Mrs. J I.J He 6Moi'a
addressed the o0--wi n oe Is
lk~of the puboiea"4a to


ih a dohere at $ 19.i 01or the o1
*Mplox o venoU, uotl "Mo qi
At the Pbiladdi4I9a PblisIngbo o
of the A. M IL.somnoodook


S Charges of asMueto wero preheat.
d e against Re N. WlnMam at the
lomrning a o. bt J H. Disk-
eoron and other took 1w ee of do
feune and proved that tWe ar
S were Irreular' l r that nreu Rev.
J. Ii. I ckerLoa moned, asm o as
the charge were Imprperly draws
and that othe M N. J. Winl ams
S woaly a,; that the Malah
mat enwas a thha n the eme and
that the astea rWe at this aea-
ferece. The --Im dbutalse
the motltorn i.4 to 4.
The Rev. Lpator of
S Mt Silo A."N u. Jaekson
vlle, I also I lia ast the oo
tereno, .' '.
The Centmra' Odl ofemo
o le omi psed of art a of m.
telllio't uyotug M ti including some
who completetC r an theologi-
cal course at tHowad Unlverlty,
Wll, rforce., dwrdo-Waters. iad
other leading sqootls.
lrillty night was mNsnsloary ami
nictlnig at the noautreasea with Rev.
R.'. .Oordan the pdriotpal speaker.
In the earllhr portMo of the day,
first. i.tmld, third sld fourth-year
clatos meit and were examinsed by
their co imittees
111tlhop Tanner preeldea with hie
wi,tl dllgnity and mpartallty,. nd
tl, ir',ethr-,n think bet hat he re
ttil n Ir the nirit quadreaelua. a he


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.. I--. .U .. UT^ ^ IL.^~ --I '111;ii 'i
win better understand the afains of
Plorlda thu a new bishop.
Blogb Tanner stated that ao
executive wlols would be called at
I p. a. to oonlsder some maters for
the b it iterest of the church.
laturday will be spent to hear
oarmittn reports, as all reports
fro the churches have about ben
made.

Dislaterestd Prefeeelen Advil.
"rn Bge that beefsteak potpte"-
T.r. Mseld the dinlin ear waiter,
listolag sear by.
"Ad bring me some of te French
"Tamab; but boas, maybe yi o an
4dont baw der's Frech Deas In dat
lo dMn't TLMkas Oeorge. And
S--411 -a theh bretag me Iome po
am.Bh, bosa: but maybe you all
dMalt kow deyls tat ta oo, la dat
"No, I didn't Thanks again. Oeore.
l'f mligtyr nice of you to kap m.,
atr bring a lot of staff I wouldn't
Wast."
"TasaU b Ah ockoa It's mabty aiWee
e r do dat, bo. Ah's en so many.
aaen-y people-nice *emamena. k yeo
4-wast moaey W We'tabe dat
mllbt Ju as well '' been handed
ver to tb' waltob. TamabLb A *b'
hes"-Jndqe.
Bieteria In Butter.
"l'eterllotwhsit have shown s* that
onllnary hItter sl swarAilnl with
fermu" declare Goodl UHelth. "A san-
Ite tapoo"ful o t ilk generally toa-
talas from s00.0O00 to 0.000000. serms.
The number umay even be much larger
than thi. la the removal of e t
from the milk the uoer are takes with
ti. and at the prieen of uranlt the
gers an collected with the fat a ls
the better we have the coacentratlon
eo i lage part of the grms contained
In the mllk from which the butter was
derived. So l a pound of batter d.'I
rived roem twenty pl tu of lilk the
number o( bacteria must be almaot bo.
yad stlimate. A brie computatik
ill show that the number of bacteria
estateed nl a itoud of butter might
really roech the enaoroua sam of re
to te bllikuo."

An insidious Danger.


One of the worst tfetures o
khley trouble ia that t la an insl.
a disease ad before the victim
realMe his dangw be may have a
ftal malady. Take Foteyr' Kney
Cre at the t alga ofl leuo as it
areas tlnreularitles nd tveut
Brtght's -sse-- ad diblatei J. W
MeoaAiml Co


to I ta l.X"* it0 .5. al I ors On the b*ob t Me
*ig Makse. 4012 i 4 16 "" 4w mag ftleeto f a c"rtain Iuvwu in
AII Se o dise whrbo ejomys thSO ne
it0 8of bengreather near b nmm
Jijb lW"WU &dm ftor a Mbeautda
I IOM L otball rtob
'at
e1m 9I' really cast do It" ha nnbG
M4-tttlimr this h u t b(msg~i

the Moot pa ft I&OJ 0 esft f


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?ny
Ir~;norJANUARY~ e 2~iiO
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-- n I
N|r l inlI New York.
I (n Wedding Preents.
J amrl. -SI M.-4rpvate ft
teeUtive betsa engagd to guard
the Va~jdmIt deble on- itth av
eae, l e Moiday, the wedding
@I MAs Oiidlta Vanderbilt and Count
agl0 bie ayj wll3 take place.

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ANALTJ

A t S the !! s. A!d-L -or =-

doim CooCor has drsi7


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OIeg Isellmllnra s aL
Thl We6lihg parents, which have
already kb esrlved, are valued at
paepr-Iatf y 91,.000.
/, To Suonmed defecuve will be on
ik'- oesdi t*e bouse day.a4 nllht
ad a pla loithes oekr will be oon-
Itantlly i ar9 Ia or about the room
u b I ftts are exhibited.


n -- ALO s m aw ou s ro NorM 9
M SIml
It is iatd that les than two hun.
drad gut will attend the ceremo-
aless.Ub will take place Ln the ball
rom of the rsideoa at 11 o'clock In
the moratig. A weddlag breakfast
will be served at aow. A party, la-
ludlag Cosateas sat Cooat Dealls
Ameekeyl ard Couat Paul alterhay.
wdo afe to atted the wedding, left
here WTednsday alght la Alfred 0.
VandertH's private car to visit Ni-
agara Pil0 The party will remain
at the falls or two or three days.



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Tmit0 od AltrW b"


Talking Thneugh im Nees
So called "talking through the noe"
s not talking through the osee at all.
but rather failure to do so-that is,
Imtead of letting the tone ood dteo
the nasal eivify. to be reeafurad
there by string against the walil
the cavity, which act as e smeng
boards for th toma co4eaned within
that cavity, we but off the cavity an
reftme t te Its natural re-efere-
amet It take en a a eault a thir.
unreonant quality which we call U-
Mat, althouLg It i thna and unplasag
because it leea true amal resanca.
Tbe only rteedy lit to ceastg to
habt off the eavity.-Katbete Jewell
verta in Harper's Bazar.
Freg's Narroew Essap
A corrmepeesdrt wrttes: "My oa
aged ten uai a half year wua workt
in the c*r"ai whba iper about two
feet lon itled1 paut hbi. A goad kot
with a stew about the ai of a
ericket ball brOk the reptile's splne
wh!ie a ha p edge of the granlte ut
opei tl belly, thereby retoring It
tre~m mn a freg. hmk boppIl eat of
Sl priu u hurt."-Madras Mall.


-Vid yes cU Miss .lswklms ba
-I sat" I damt know." pied te
)jYot ld4y. "It eBe bad, her ameath
u-~.h Sho theM acaneb mtoh*'
beant.r Cbko BMW *oReed

IeolaI ArMmsesgse Sigrdagn be
"mtlewsi Pvd o aw L"&
We am O3Ssa f &imhiiee
ra 86 uld TW ow 11111101
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W. R. THOMAS,
President
0. W. CHASE,
1st VIce-Pree.
G. K. BROOME.
~ad Vice-Pre..
E. D. TURNER,
8o'y and Caaser


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for hau"i.bu .h
-am in waydo.
pdrtmut of hu
ing, we solicit uru
hrrdn~t


British Amerioa Indians.
A French titled lady made a trip
that took her 1,00 miles beyond cvill.
nation in the far northern districts of
Britlsh America. She went forth ac-
companied by only two Indian gulAes
ad penetrated to the sixtieth parallel,
riding astride, tramping, paddling In
light canoes, floating down treachcr-
ons, rock picketed rapids In clumsy
native bqrges an for one period of
two weeks seeing no human being ex-
cept her two Indian servants. "The
Indiana in that regon are very super.
Utitlous, v a ungrateful, very Inde-
pendent, bu ery honet. I Invited a
chief to have luncheon with me. e
refused. TO eat In company with a
woman would degrade him. He would
lose clt with hi tribe. In another
part 7 the country I had aoe In-
diana and their squaw on an expedl.
tion. But the Indianl would not pler
mit me to shoot any game. One of the
traditions of the tribe, left by some old
medicine man lon since dead, was
that If. a wema were ever permitted
to boot mosel or dk gme would be
come canoe and the auWaws would be-
come powerful and master the men. I
offered them $10 for every shot I
mligt make, but Jaoney was no In-
ducemeat."-San Francisco Cbronldoe.
Don't let the baby sSer from
eeSma, sorw or aly Itching of the
skin. Doea's Ointment gives Instant
relief, eures qaekly. Perfectly safe
for children. All druggist s ,:1 ;.


Direct from

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II. F. DUTTON
J. G. NICHOIS
C. W. CHASE
J A. MAULTSBY
S. J. THOMAS
.K. BROOM E
W. R. THOMAs
W. B. TAYLOR


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( Inorporatel
Perrr M. ColMso. Pr J. W Blaadln. vice
Pre:; iR Cole. See.-Tress
GAINESVILLE, FLA.

We do an emzoalu Ave atr b
seeas with falItIe te r Imparting Fui
ntformna.oa cooeerlag the Title of
my and all lands aI Alahhua county.
411 bustesN trBaAAsa promptly
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Furniture Sold on Easy
Payments. Show Caes
Made to Order. -Repairing
a Specialty. Sell on Coin-
mia1ion.
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at R r-eonaig 3 atWi.
22 W. Iio S. I., N -s a Ul Fla.


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0G0D WHISK RY-La l, oo dwrulltd o
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Mnd a anbat, ISTiraUng erwte.
For inmw yr wea hare bae m ear
ubakin In war ow"awareboejs, d eky
ra fth eartanr gi 'nOrild P er
by er wqmaaM g uparaft.
al"% the vwIna l 11M food web= of *9 OM
t'x afftm" w oImf Wh~deL Wen. tq am
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tadon the hu siatr-d not the
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pade of
mand saY m t
The es- an Sii of
trib miXtn Md thIl m aY ttI rtpe

several moIt
heiht f cuti.4
PAPER eMIN ,IN KOREA.
Hemit K .KpAlU. A. t Bt

It is nt tie tt he
bat kinds of tpI.i Awith t Clana
and Japan iM rrd of Kom.
It Is lanle t f A~ tohe r0t'
paper excie thl piA 0it twat nMade
In China ad .S It i s polle
entirely by Iae .. d wttboot

obtatneC fIWtklij to Pro-b
teibanet_ __ __era_
in the sprtui e wa'riofr'
tailnis a bf idftWat' d woodw
ashe natlc AgMftO v tMet pulp.
pr.md uopoiima oit *, ad bi a
to form this 111t9. A1 : AMtr MId f d
paper Is l"W j "asld g am trodd !
Into pulp, _naIB Mt same way tbt
grape Joleea IN med ea cos".
trie. a"d 110f06d of pnip-
tor I lower It au msntm id wot
bremklag t- = 410 asei4 a WMen
machineryy i aL .
After thL U ban b n mado liatb
paper the, pldM p up to a
beliht of I '. e thn e cat late
plecs, t bto e Wb44046d to *kw
Otampl With t he1 I 'At Itr asno
time the W tbl Mi tof a plaat
ralled teacWtI S 1C 1d. tihe sotibleI
parta of afe W to gi*
tenacity s ot t- ppe.-
Exchang

A nero Iatr Pe warmalg up to
the cliax= ofI frane, sad blt sao
lltors wern wante oMw a mocm
excited.
"I wlhas waN.'.O ar oIan onsIhmla '


C~ca~edhqes.-n Mabee ye,
ftilm, It do- sb Vt V ; i'ws*tyew
A CA lut do sk -of dakre, as*t
firainbt is Y' V w~ dlOmm' me'
de. Ain uOrcMOW I~. or I Vabas
e"r swim d It if
rwlvoon steeao
A devut; Is be rur o
Athe ebub (A dt fedii 8014
Whufep~ beadier. "a
tip nu, sr ~ r 'be 1 seks
U (nelor dg6Hirb'r U(e the prachI
UTir Intl"~ ioI
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Patrietiilw the Maklng.
Patriotam NIo Ww York It cnaoomO
Itan. They bare a fla drill la io
seloosb It wbeh the children of ov
race and clim*, r the hyar. bo
says are taught to salute the star
and stripes and give "their beat
tbeir hands aad their hearts 'to theI
country." And In some of the bf
downtown schoo you may e cmg-
dren from bomrns German Itala,
S.rrian. Scandinavian. Jewish. Huags-
dran. Chnae. Armenlan, Orek and
heaves haow bow many of er mtl0o
alties a Joining In tohi pIcturesqu
ceremony. It rtves oae a reallstag
sense o the Taety of material whekb
It put Into this crucible we cl a e
and wbhlb In another gnmtlon a
two wiM be simply A erit .-Batio
Tranrlpt

A Card.
This I to certify that all drucggist
ar authorized to refund yetr money I
Foley's Honey and Tar bel to tore
yoar ooagh or cold. It stop theM aah
hels the lun and prevent tile
rsulU from a cold. Cure la Irt l
oedugs ad prevent pma bt ,i 1and
er naptUo. Contains so optit.
TIk gate Is In la a yellow p* Ba.
a bstitutes. J. W. M00o1011
Co.
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND OTM11S.
ITe eredonlm. Ilee at- sdm4IaN o
N.l. OI An. d-eeed.I.f i l
*=Vi& Wy easo oegams s E m ft
lw 1 aa.imiw.na .INN
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AdadlfSlr. of Uo KUa0 of X TLm.
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A recent tncideIt wtth hol's I. lts
simple outlines the posibillity of past
trnaedy Is described In the New York
times. It ti another tlllttratloa
how careless the world Is of the Indi-
vidual and how thick Is the cloak
which one may wrap about his pe*
sonallty. Not long ago iit Ilrer eu
played by the Ee railroad in Jersey
City was rut over by a train and bad
bhi leg cut oit.
A polkemas telephoned for an am-
bulance. The Injured man lay op a
grass patch, apparently bleeding to
death. Jt then a typical railroad
tramp h drty ra sauntered along.
He tapped a policeman's elbow.
"May I ask What's the matter, ofl-
cera' bhe Inqured.
"Man bleeding to death." replied the
pottceman.
"Would you mind it I looked at
him?" asked the tramp. "I mllht be
I of srioe."
"GO aea.r responded the offor.
Beadlng low over the wounded la-
borer, the trap a;:..d for water to
wasi hi hand and then begged the
cro*d fir clean handkerehbefs. WIth
i tart daom deft, rapid tw kbe
made a toirnquet and stopped the
to* W Wood.
"Are you a doctor" some one asked
as the maa alpuI away through the
erowd. .
"I uased to be." be replied as he hr-
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RAYMOND, VIoePresdent and Oen0ral Mal-agh, t Ti-
YNARD, P. T. 1. A. 0. HAOI RT, o. P. A.
Pler 36, N. R.. New York. POP N. R. New Twb.
OLE., 0. A., V. M. MIltONONOIR, A&iP. .A
Leeburg, Pl. JacklamvQigU f a.
8a, T. r. A.. JOHN PENDRIE, T. 1. 4,
Jacksovillo. Fla. Pier 31. N. ., New ToI.
0. P. LOVEI.I. Ag nt. Jadmsolvlle, PI
OVelrl Ofoee, Pier 38, North River. NewYork.


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NEWS OF CITY AND

COUNTY COeNNSEO

mtumn of Intorut Ottb.
Ud py Wt Bprtere.

PERSONAt AN3 SOCIAL ITIMI

What Hal HappenLs and What li
eolng l/Happen Td In hort Pars
graphs g That "He Who Runs May
Read" It In The Sun.
J. Muaon TIson of Ocala is lu the
city. 0
Frelh Bratoga chips today. Dor.
sey & Co.. 'phone 16.
Mild white cbeem extra flw.
Baulduors a 4arle, 'Vphone 1R.
Oeo. K. fRblanon, a well-known
business man ofOcals, Is the city.
dIprini -Prk buttel--motins fnaer.
Preh'lot Just In. *9t"Olers t rFA
BSioked bal bt and boaieps od
fbh Just in. for A Co. 'pbone 1U.
Specl al e osla nJatditlee- lf p
ent difcoant for the next too daf.
Saunders & M .
K. W. MIlicMandand little 11 ot
Waldo were among thoms wbo mat
yesterday in this qtjy.
The Real Thing.. d D60 idbbon
Vanilla and you seit be real vanilla.
marte, romn the fadst vaalita beans
that riAw. '
'i wids of 8. H. Wliepe clerk of
the, c(rcult ugart. who hsu been III
.at l, hinii, will be grattfled to larn
tldit I,. Is oilt agaIal I
(t t cutr sulit lirecmAsd for Hu'nday.
,'ll di or atnd deliver Nitlic. Gallres-
\itlhi 'a'llorii (Lmupanuy. J. Illoxham
1"1., troprl W, West Union street.
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NOTCTICE!


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Evaporated fruits and raisns-
fresh lot just ha. BSanders A Iarle,
'phone 18.
Fresh lot National Biscuit Co's.
Shakes and Oce)I s Just In. Full line.
Baundrae & M e. .
SDr. sa4 Ms. L. W. Warren of Ce-
dar Key g t Thursday In this city,
guests of Mr. Usa Mrs. 0. W. Brum-
Sley.
Dr. Thl. MoLeod and Ira J. Carter,
two well wn cittlsens Ot Newberry,
attended the lks' meeting Thursday
i niht


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TIC COMPANY. I


Will CIee WeekW'q engagement Here
Teda-A Peular Aggregatiqn.
The Jqvnas Dramatic C6mpany
will doil a soeustful week's ti
gageest tonight.
Last alght the Irish comedy-drama,
"Bt. Patrick's ie," was presented to
a goo tled audience. Mlr. Jeavons,
S Kalthen, made a very favorable
himpresso as the Irish girL The play
was a 4ood oea, tfll of eamle situ
o and istartl cllaax.
A ppeial t amlly mathe will be
givel this atirnoo at 2:39 o'clock,
of "Dlal BooRn or. PIoneer Days of
Americ." This wel known drama
is w on th life of the great
Kituy hater, which every school
boy M girl hlselro doubt read, show-
1ta the burtrp of the ablus, Indisa
masares tad other start tatua-
tioee .i vul smees. Good singing
and Oblh bss y the company are In.
trodued. All should take advantage
of this opportu~wy, which may not
happen agea. Mr. Jevons will give
this special M nate to one and all,
big ad little, ol and young, 10 cents
only. lto charge for reserved seats.
Bring the little ones.

Holsital AMeelatlon Meeting.
The executive committee of the
Ganesville and Alachta County Hos-
ptpll Assoclatldb (composed of the fol-
lig named: Rev. Those. P. Hay, B. F.
Hampton, H. B. Taylor, Ferdinand
uayer, J. S. Bodiford. Chrlstopher
Matheuon) are reqdebted to meet at
the office of the secretary on Monday,
January th, 19080, at 7:30 p. m. Im-
portant buslesj to be transacted. By
order of the Chairman.
FERDINAND BAYBR, Sec'y.


President


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Gainesville national "lank


Dited Stat, ErCo" ii City Sspsdb


---Capital Stock $100,000.00-

DIRECTORS:
J. L. Mpdlin R. D. Crawford J. F. Jcon t Henry Davi
*. Wm. R. Steckert Dr. M. H. DePsa T. W. Shandu Cb. A. Fairclotli

WE OFFER EVERYTHING GObD IN BANKING;


CLARK & CO. BROKERS


Cotton, stocks, Bonds, Grtii, Provisiols

16 Laura Street, Jalllsoqvllle, Fl..


Brnchl Offices: Tallahassee, Lake City, Live
Madison, St. Augustine, Gaine rille;


Oak.


SaIrsslh Ufs sier J. Manam's Star, hl i. Square


An gxeltlng Runaway. "
Clean lags Wanted-Whole piecesAn Exalting Rnay.
clean cotton rag, free from buttons, An exiting runaway occurred on
pins, etc. Pepper Publishing & Print, East Union street riday, when a Frliay's Fr Alarms.
Ing Co. orse attcbed to one of the delivery An alarm of frb was turned In at
T. r. aval tore wagon of the Gainesville Bottlln 3:10 a. i. Friday, which summoned SiE
oprtor and lumber mluflcturer ofWorks became frightened at a pas1 the department with Its usual prompt*
S Manapaha., .pent yeerdy to t. city b~ loco0otive and made a bold ness to a house oocupled by colored "
K:anapatha. spent yesterday In th.is city people on West Main t N. It was
with h family le on We Man treat N. It was -
I i. The animal wasstopped within a fortunate thal the department re- SITUATIONS WANTED.
W. T. Williams of Jacksonville, who block, but not until considerable dam- ndd promptly, a t wind wali STENOGRAPHER-L y, comI,.d..nt
eha been here for the pat two or age hd been done to the vehicle.high, .and a re der the circus m- 8 williNOGRAPHdesIredy, omsn.
tL ~ days on business, left for There was no damage to the driver, stance might av wrought consider d ess, a evlle, F -
"IJ~ilef yesterday. however.-coowrought onsider- dress Box 833, oabseill,, Fla
I h s_ however. able damage. However, the lames, I__ .
Have your taMirltn, done by the w.F [ .. ... wblhich originated from a defectve FOR,^ L.
GalneevUlle Tallorla Coorpsy,c West I mne at mackerel for today's trade chmne, were aoon subdued.- - .
Union street, J. Uoxam Dell, pro. Just In. Dor y A Co., hone 15. At alaryp was turned In from Box FOR SALE--lfty pair Plymouth llck
prietor. Sults aede to order and patliU Prh mburger and Philadel- 28 at 5:5 Friday evening, but, as iiomer pigeons, mated. Apply \\ J.
faction gualanted at reUoonable ph cream cheee. Dorsey & Co., usual hrom this box, proved to be a Denby.
prior e 'phone 15.' I false ~ parties have
Ralbert Weley, colored, was Lrge SBoth Florida oanges. 35 ben omed to turn n false POR ALE-Black record carbon typ
brought to this city yestday and cents a dosea. bheaper by the box. aairmn fo thi box, .ad as.they are writer ribbons for leal work it
placed i jaill. He was arraigned be. Baunders A Brl. suspected, there may be some trouble The Sun offe.
fore Jotkl Henderon at Newberry Suits called for, pressed, cleaned some day, the penalty for turning o Ai-. -y_ e
p a charge of larceny, and was and repaired same day. Galnesville In tais alarms Is heavy. ItOR BB xt BWr. Pl.ou
,,ook, Wnrie W. T. Joles. Ft.
sentenced to three months In the coun- Talloring Company, J. Bloxham JID l -D L shl. Wi. . D. No, ..
ty j. l. proprietor West Union street .
For Sale-f will sell my store on Never can tell when you'll mash FARM FOR SALW-IC oltat of 6
West Union street, on aoooant of en- a fnger or suffer a cut, brioe, burn acres, 40 acres under a good v:re
,aslns in other business. This is a or scald. Be prepared. Dr. Thomas' W i l fence in pasture; 10 acres lil
good opportunity for a lively party, Electric Oil instantly relieves the .. .. ..cultivation; a good tve-room hui .e.
and will court closest Investlgatlon. paln-quickly cares the wound. mall barn; Is three'quarterr ,ti
SWoul4 sell half Interest to right party. Hon. 1 L. Farris of Jackcsnvllle. mile from the station. Price five
A. Reeder. '. ndidatd for Congress from the ec- 5 Cet s Per e hundred dollar. Wil make terms
The Gainenvilll Furniture Company ond district, who has been mingling wjth a responsible party. Addr -s:
has a change of advertinleent in this with frrie:ds in this city for the past Each Insertion, but no advertise. Otter Creek Lumber Ooapany, o)t
issue, In wlilch they tell the public two or three day, returned to his ment taken for less than 20 eents. Six tr Creek. Florida.
a f, e thln's about nmttths. ru-g and twioe ys t er'day. word ake a line; no fractional lines,
carts. This Is one of the' mo.t re- Remen,, r rof. Ilemtreet. the every word over each six counting as OITUW ITIL
I table flnrit tie kinIe hi e itralfamnous h pnotllst, who will appear at an additional line. CASH in advanced
market for uch goods to call and In. y and T d Profaccomany all orders for ser- A
day and Tuieday ever rs. Prof.
"pW% the IIn "o" InthisentRA
flentatret Is regarded as ono of the
ol.t . \\'bater. A. XI. Cu.hruan most remarkable hypnotists of the .WA..- NTB D- d lMAL E HELP.g .r -
WANTED--MALE HELPi. ",'- ---. --. -.
and I. T Rchafer have returned trotli present dcay. and his work is appre-. Oa IteaU Le ted t% Pri al
Jack~clivllle. where they went to at. elated cvrrywhere. WANTED-Mea to learn barber trade. -
tu.!J the cer*noutles of the Inilug .rf Te .. Tallor... Co.pany. ew wewks requil bet payl No. t1 lk 1 city
the' crnertone of the new lMasonlc j lo ham Dell. propletor, has open. work within the reach of poor man; Il equipped, ai the pl o fr I.
STei-ple. W It llighn as also pr el for bunes on Wall street, next canu have shop witrri mall capital, Mnt Ir.n, and childra.
-ct,. but Ill inot return until t6.y. door to Ro. Ay drug store, and fr n rom 31 to 820 weekly; O Y STERS t fa
.I* h t h hao c*nf.,rred ul tl are prepared to do all class oi f ater- wnmcerful demand for barbe..s. Cat. _. i Ontin
l le Shrliner's degre lt nght. ir,. di.. cleaning and pressimn. aloue mailed tr Noter barber W TE COP
Mr,. I |lal -h., r.e-turned and will at all timaee have a full and Colle. Atlnta. l anta a DRIPPED COP S.
frui Mt niipi|h. Tct* where ho %.as. 'oeni'llvt line of samples from whirh j Regular Meals, Trading Tiekets
%t',,,,,,r,.,' it few r, i ks agn on am. to take ordcre for clothing )or both. FOR RENT. iW I
IouUaIl t : t;. rito.e IllUnvt'> or he-r' menn ani ladls-ladles' dress goodt T- w ar ed rm ''ll t pyo ie omethini 1
~t, i ,r ,b "e ltr a w !: t ... ,OR RF.NT-Two twelsbednroims. nothillr. 111t irive pon "e i ntr"
FI t r r. ,t QkI .i P, r I. I ,l.r a sloI1 ty: ladles parlor In con-, 3n- ... *ill 'at a . ... "bl- -J--
SAt ply 3 4 W. C-urrh stre*et it ,r-elmabes pr!.
S,':, : iV il ln r~t.. me nt.lt, nation A tailor has been enmplkyrd .I A l w ClStcial tnlp e rs for partissr d
if hit i t Ihm edl Il The Sun Shle lud a Ill It prepared to turn out your 'FOR RtNT--N,?w .ve-rooA cottaI e oo i"n 's rt i i*Miw lh I. in '.
Val burt.il in MA.nItere< Ia nrl'nl., work r-ntaptly sad guarantee a per Smuth (,Ganesvlle. Apply at Hloulm I wfl. ()lmM n early aId rlat
of Mrs*. 11at is %ia icath;se' deeply with feet fit ware's store or an o-. 1. %tV *. C P 'L
Usher in tlt*i, >.'er,. 'lnt4l, V .*---------- ---------- --
Win (' (',w'.r Jr. "f'Jlpourille *. u A*, RL TA tp EE, H ..... -
tr,.rlth Icc, 'r.-tlAHX Tt of the t'loria R .I HYDL r K LTAYL C CAHAA st ls
State Federaltlion% of labor. wt, hbas
tu h' .r sith tat .wif nratF TIO AL B NK AINESVI
I ao n c u Ir 'o m th e a n u uA l c tin w r tio n F M
oI the rt!ratl'mi hat returned to
hls htoni Mr Cooper. ho ie among Utfl CO M SS t1.U -| w n
the ts l IutingMrtantl metibe"r of the -.. . -
Sitft Fnleratlon. *s pnXInotpL d to
the' pI,-tlk,, of third vic*,pt'e1dent at
I'.eloei,"""mfa d,'T We Ofer Unexcedld Failities and Up-to-Dae MeUpod- f Duedingo
,ill be noted from the proceedta
of the cellrtes eawlere. He s ROM1'T-- OURT EOt-R RELTAB'I We Pfnicit Y'wr lnR.
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