Title: Gainesville daily sun
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 Material Information
Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: 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: August 4, 1903
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
daily
normalized irregular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01938
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
lccn - sn 95026977
lccn - sn 95026977
 Related Items
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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,Qt manufacturing In the
''' ast Affected. *
INLY DUE TO HIQH PRICES.
ntan It Is Expected .:More Than
p .0O Spindles Will'SBe dle-The
Conditions Prevail in Fall Rlv-
'Id Lowell, Textile Centers.
_64mii., August 3.-In cotton manu-
i~ lr this city, tt Is expected
oMre than 200,000 spindles wyll
ep'.14e4ti;in th# -P.,nth of August.
oae mainly tb tlxe igh -^rice.; In 0he
An ma*kt aLnd the hesitcy ,oft
sot, ao agree. toilay
n :d- a'visitd e Whil.:any raw matter.
i~~ a before the rise remains
storehoiues. -
ttemn have been made. to Induce
,a coitonm maufctgttr*'s to enSer a
nal. agreement to sut, down fot
tt4 erlod-or. oan certain days of
(e4 p wee'kut owing to a large numx-
S WUnfnished contracts an iron-
Sa 'bement was deemed inexpe-
this tiitme' '
^^, .on.di onsi.In the cotton mar.
Si'museod' much inconvenience
v';d.ivr,.p the textile enter otf
^ 'Amterlote.. -
1 onethird or the 80,000 o6pera-
there have been Idle thts week
Sof be 40,Q,00Q,:OO apedles. 7,00000
z .be worktig next, week.'
S li. another 1kaing m4il con-
g-ripp of r ton-ii anot
'- a1rc!a le et'eta o account, 6t:
JI-l (l0 *0tot\'t ft*orporations
t.he strti., the operatives last
Whte the mill .at Lewlston, lis-
4a0 Wi uhut down to
*ebi other corporal ons which
l iut eir.. Vprodtutlon are,' the
CitY. of Burlington, and the
.Prnall. cf Pownall, Vt,. the
6n01i 4-lifisof Claremont, and the
eaiconmfll .of Dover, N. -H.;.. the
SV IOn villol of Dorville, N. H.,
tiher plants in the latter state
f'ral of-the corporations In the
ag .valley, eastern Connecticut.,
t' a counfidnt feeling in some-
A 41 offices that after Septem-
t.01611l advanced a general im-
Sa in market conditions will

.S"NG I OWAt AAT CORK.

Salute ad, Cheering Welcomed
STheir i .jst....
S 8 efrin of the

.lut ..l. welcomed
i-, Qwad que AldOadra and
paron their atrival at Ork
Ing" board tiheI royal yacht
^ctt was bght wVA* btinting,
"i'hote town4 *we e'ei. deeorted.$
etets ware0,1do wit Jubiillant
r The ,(pd otrif r aid cltlt
l of Cork wlon!.e.d the vlitor
Ithe de oraAtd t-eets
Sicb w6 lid with troops and blue
,p^ls "totie race course, Where thl
!reented' colors to0 tWo .ri- i

| 00tolIc bishop of Cork. was nto
avtte t -lst .t tlhe ermog- of,
iW 7"i' oolorl. most -4 the maen
eincatgoth* but he i etd 0 b
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is pistlol faiI*g tan*5 b!itockdrt
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I .: ife ly ,t-.. dI ar, '
iho. clla e. Leo ela4elr ;
Rome, August .--4h, Sat votq of
thie cardinals it conolave today 'did.
not -result in the election .ft a 0n
pope. -
The cardinals all awoke at an arly
hour this morning to the ringing of a
to bell to rondlf tPe. soletn tii
-he-sbefore them.;--- Mase- e4<4-in
the Pau !ae chapel by Oadna, Ore-
glia, the aemnerlngoi who afterward
admi4iisteoedd communion to each car-
dinal. The scene. .-A really in
majestic When th .mnm,4,mers of thel
sacred, culege, humble co nulc"stl ,
advanced to receive the omnatitUoi
frqm -the hands of tire caMueillgo, who
ga6e subsequently ;s *rt address -on
the sololia nature of the ooiasiou. At-
ter thig each cardinal celebrated an-
other masos, either at a lt .r i the
'SaOl Ducaeo or In hi.t own roonma ,t
m ovi.b1t Altartprepared for the; per-
? cottee ,and rolls ,4olowed. Th48 war'
ta jch privately by. the cardinals I,
their cells.
Thenlth great buiBness of the day.
;wasi at hbAd.- -
W At -10 o'6lck all the cardinals ssMem-
bled .in tkhe itine chapel for the frast
ballot. The chapel presented a"*ls--
btue ;of much anymation a4d beA'ty.
V/olOt was the Jeading. notb of ororl
Six candle-s on th6ealtar gave a pecu-
liar light, it con$,cnetidO with the
light streaming thPOugh the window
and glesamingl~N the 'eptsy tthrones on
the long llme of eat* b "thir bl-
dachinos (canopies odcutped by the
cardinals) Intent qOn: te beuineal in
hand. Everything wat yibolie. ven
the baldachinos \*hly Iwere now raised
over the cardinals' cftfirs' In the als-
tine chapel are a sign that each menM-
baf of the saired college has a perote
atl Dit n. the service of the, apostqti
sQ, but. w-hen a popo t elected they
renianiog with tl.s i ol of'p eor,
''The caridinatsl went to the S'itUine
chaipel- accompanied by thoir orntliav#
lts ecaryingt portfolios ahd paper.
When Cardlnal Oregita. wa, saeedG
all the other followed his example,
aid prayers were offered, after which
Mgr. Cagiano, the gowem or of the .con
clave, called "e xe omnee," thus an-
nouneing to, the conclavlts and pre-
lates that they must retire and leave
the cardinals alone.
8QUADRON'tI NARROW -ESCAPE.
Cump Very Near Destruction in Dcnce
Fog on Pacific. -
New York, Auitust 3.--AccordJgs to
a letter received here from a. member
eof the crew f the crulaer New Yorkl,
the s the other vessels of
the NOiefte squadron -bad narrow s-
e v f.olim destruction on July* 16,
, bfoe reichlng Dutch Harbor, says a
dispatch to The 1craWd from Ban fran-
'W Ith .e sNtw Terk are the Marble-
head a44d th Dem.lngton. Teo ie selI
were iAtentlng !louia, says the letter,
through a dense fog. According to
the dhart a*4 an obeervatten obtaIn'
ed just before .the: tao hut down,
there wi* plenty "of olar deep water
fr fille, in evtry direction, and the
1sPI p was sto d and the 4U hw yeii'
fels wo oordeed ted 4the iame. All
Anchored and sd mso e w iade until
tl t ..l.ted. AoAh ad t, ery dirwo.
toa. coul4d.te eean breaking water, and
o a. quarter of- a mile aheAd wA an
liaa4, oi whih, but for the iboIooint
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* jwri-y *9Y4 W*K o freleeil lastwa- or^thl ath

L land, hb pssat"d into the Pontrol of t ona rO ,i
TO trust company in this cttys t*, '4 0u
DECISIOi N IN KA Pa o IUobbly one of the lmgestastreet rv- ftS-AOHt VAL$ S l

oBt L some tmoe the Penkiylv Ist Southern ..4aL the IN*iiii O e
pahy Not Viol tateL j co a yand the nlte rettCs ie M'adW g s
SForbfddin-..' CaonolldAtlon Pa.r t l 'reprn*tei In the subway pid tr .. ....
Sand ~Comnpettnlg alt wylhe slt .t said to havo deired paISn o.r' R.ht of Way* P.
ot, py, e l otf these a .lays. eleven years a l ,R
an t -. +' ," er!2 'I "' t. '
LoetPau Min. Au t. 0Stemway interests wdbi hEja 'radrdw? trY zs t
oCITCUrn ta bo h it e 6d the horse car sstem to ;t ) r
r i e of tur;e tatoof e-i)~CYy began to ftto. tunnel t 37 to balo! l ,r
L mesnt ,' agalon t the xNortioeln lecurledee "' r '. e .. star... . ..r. -- g- '.i tl e C Zxi. io l
..mPJa ,Y ., N00a to d c st aitrousa end IW i ia of hiPiti.thP6 ., .w i h P
Northern curitle ny and tuiine t,0 tley 1te f ongt the a the l'i a*
divldually in which he. sUtstained the ad could be ha de part of the a I outhe i 4 d ?i
ont~,tion otfu the d Ofldafwlti and d"ar- "ydtomofo Ma n tta t i *.. h c
tted the bilL of hait ofbn et l Urnm beNen 4pted thAat ,the lI'.
.ta e 1"k d la not t oeN te ele.trl. .teii .ot Quee. ha. d .passe-4.' ht^ o ,Sbwt, u "'Th
"e0o8 t&a Pth to.t, a trol ar the. omont i rt Nrtow s to #1lat
:datlon o. pagr~ ele.4 <" *mltlni ItnM htInr the trust eom,,-nPy re-n outhsntoiOn wbi^ Wi iV-1 l e .

tn asked by ,h et or Miesota ltitst l o ul be rnedl aaille rt
ato .train t. o .8 w .. Am. the radse said to have p ." ... "r o 'ai "
troam votlttg the u ti th.t e 5 the h ds t of the trust conmpaiy ushe y 2 the So, ~1 rS a, ot,)t.
ho cello eyffecta thc results O e ,w ybk and Quoena Con.ty -rads will lhetl hb e as up o.
S RItli o l ctrii pa ay, which was owaod by t'.
a*o fedel 1 godrdwueat t victorlY f a Philadlph)fyndleate. Tbl road Qfk. -^
tneir, Sni.* in no Way" wh-Mever. Tn x1
suit involves tue same deforniants an operate ,,. extendio. D a- . o ft
d. .through Qi -y t 1 eg P Inlt, '9 :
the tllio general State of facts, but r-ide iin Jam ale, and all throtth Mei"+tt "e<" eM f I"
wan based on a totally di uert ct ento1n. ~ ai ad J ., at d alo t oa< Mt, o uPt ?
on o b law. lT,, e. deal ault In the New York hind Norh Shore road Lea gui Po
which the Securitiea beaten wa, prosucutlon foi vioU.aon~ of Far Ra'kaway and -onneots at QUteom juIt take- at a m.etglu of
the Shernma anti-trust law passed by wth the Niasn county )lectrio raill. smiths 4. rldt4 Mnen'i,
the feaeral con ire -, another brani which colneta lAg th rhtaitenti f thIe
The slase suit in wbhlh thoe .Oeul t N t aty and ects a ofeIrence o stt)l t
s corany wis was ono ea ln into on folPa tiheorotletto 1 r W hi
U-tsO[ Minnesota lthe te t( fo .count. The lne alstlo skirtthe teW .w 'Saiuel Prk.i hia astli b
He o.01^ Mtones tileathit ^^ $a.04060"0 rsce track now bulld.iu4< )noutly 4ndoredaadp4 when
bidding the' onOMlla tton e parole the Hlinoe botweetna Nasau anid QuOese Ms Adjot'atled he wr M ,Ie"1M
1). ...sked by. a00at i pi .
and emtitfg lines of railway The .oiales, to be kuown as -'~ t ti$irs on the phoul lers of ftai
bearings of tbhe ,tate ult Wis begun Park. tt dee swes. A thou't"sa;n4d o e
Friday, June 5. before Jui 'n Prkin l.ad:lltlon to lines 1. aroady7 ur' msrheb .behid thO polld, o
In the .f ral %our it. oe tlon. a used f th t lle, we
tiUbmis.on of resams of toktlony by i the oread purcahdued, sq the :unco4rei(bua.'' Y,
both ids for o s wheh aquJrin the property ean$' ll y t i tat thtat s.se tIty
BFre~ erek ,. Fingers dll. ,),t itW lt ri I"Oitrou r0Tid0
acted as aferee. Tsio inl0. argument e id r -n bhil lar of U oe tdi "nl tht n bide te !In ,ld tll i *
-.... toR.ilde methe unlono ani tpAg
orgto i3 enw dy. In whla.th fAttorey CONTIrACT LETM FOR NEW MILL. dwird by PaKl sendthei
Ooorige 1. Wlline a ni A~tto ntiY s D. .... o .- w ew. opppourtated on A-.. eodll
Mun spohI o for .thh e tatt and Oieoge Mu o0dae Plant. To n,.ild .by hia In the sflrt ilnt s
B. Youns. M. I). Orover land C'.. W, Bunn ] Outa of $I200 : 0 Isndd r alltleMiont M
for'the. i defendants.a. hei craswat to ub- .t Coe inbtosn, ]ta, AulU 8.-the con MtSapfyes el
iottoed W.odnftl ay. Juno 10.-. A a p- tru i t fr bs t iindl nl MftUooty a Iottoi iS atpn ondbe 4l i
peal to thO U ieted !tate itarprei.n no ll No. 4 ha o bea. lot to RX t 1ugAer trn l noha n noa '
ncort is now pnding In the federal at roe,, of Montwomoery. Al.,. i.Le ot e o h j
u..lit. S. tw o bi>Ueqi5Ct on dA :-1 .g aoondli o 44 s b
Judge. Lochren In hs!a dn,.lion *5y TIs wilto h*. of the, iargr e-t eottoe n f' te ebuis "
i "nha defps nadi *tt- b ( re Mt orthl lle < a.t e to .xlAol es lOani. T hor e c toMn M 8 fmplo'+ e the
Raltlwaye company, ls a Moi.n lot.a A i r-aOlipt a hstv t t'As b "ilt Into tRll ttI' w a.tl i tV f
.b'i a ctumred! the.pwpitey +ndleohtBe n e. a l tlaO. tovrthee season t o r L a ''4
1Id rnehbiA Iisad the la .fntantni.ted s4 ottoni nilt uIv St'i' .Idtii i', Fridar aiit f 'la
a.oontrol of various sp* elfl e rl y hr l s rovot her it, z e r t!$ cotton $41mP tft
poratloias. That the dcfenl~t North. j tu ring of, re tO t t oe Oily are exp l d-.
eran ft railway I a Wl.eonula In grtapt4l,. M" j
rn* dpmv- reposeut e nn$ ofeutof a The
cor lWAun which ileod ittt *rtloloel o: t~u ntitof-b kl'I UAl, i 10la t toto(l a
Ineowrt Uhnlu In htirMlonte ra I p 13S0r6 t .00i' d lO t **. '. "otol
pur als M a snl oa reqfl* all a.ohe-.ril troa4, , ,* . ; *_ w hs a
olling tcik hIm4 franc .sea o. thef MNwv !rk, AwguL st.--4r Thouml niii' M.o
:" rthea Per lfo f L ico itt y, a1nd be .alg Ipo trts otd f r aNiagr t ll b w. etrtbo tou Ik
taed ths bill acquired f roeirt it p1tld tilin not the lblh V Rl tet W
I t tfraacblsw r ad theth psriy s roW bto ag t ts r tr 4
*nd ano rol of other pe citcfioedo .olh y ldbonim amaO bn r Wt r th'jo.1P
eorporationeL .That aild .rgvtbe f 4c t opuodo'3 -L 0. B4m,
.er P 4c ilo which i* ow a tnlod r ny Iew Tyt l"wcbt .uab. Te tr wI) Te gr wer .
years sv.rpal!y own. o6Srai,, 4m oain 1mb o, flo a. 7. mp. au rNa eu*$ sad l l
tia.ia,,.-. l,,,o, ,larliwy .t ndln e .C re uael ,10 p. T etwu edu ri rsa
fro01 th. the itlel of Dtillutb, lt. ":d *lC rtL Et a nea t sIuar 1i ( sb U Pa rka4 -eti h e
Mtiqaraxgli, st.twarn iro sta to .c1 byM the bin si o ftw t t
d.aho u, WM hti tatoa to pu'' m ald, Nl o yWrh 4
wih tIna.ia e..iditas .icg ,.

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ntW a-* l ttrn. r5l O^ tatssfrowuo -i?
tQ' e-r dI i 7r the sesa of bothel sd -t tbsa0durn1A b 0 S tel -ia ihMb0
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l3k:q t ihz road ;^M
Zt wa^ pave wIth
(qaJ, l<$h average
frtoikiiesa Ieco=.
rut bdo either side
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op-f toads b i tis oLwa taL
hit aNssihort tpe hays Ap b' b9th
ter ata o reater oat h tohaeligat
ja .ie cotutries wher9iay i. not
wto,'at.ble pitch and telor sibstance
See*n tired Rilfoundito^o-q
tal, but where clay can be hadas I;
prs ly the casen iloridt, it is beat
y evenly preadi ove the.... oatdbed
will Ilsoeis te neta:l ne.ssary. to
4S(kp:a good itad b-y lbtie oneh.af.
another bad practice often ioreoed to
4toa uoand as a binder for MIoadignt
-;e ; !ithingcou Id' be more hars.-
tit A ros ar o rued by ttie
as a gri Ieton wearing
'I ,uentyasked ma. opinion
an10 *WI say thato I know

oo lasting rod. :-
A matter .second only to building
is keinBgI roads In repair. The cdiehes
at th idea should be kept lean. and
. t l ti es else the weipr i.th
.*4ld t$Ot f ,ely i m ,taften
the roadbod, -a d ruin may toi1kw. I
atve ae koe~., where $6 spent in
li*in 4.hsB would have saved
-100 rl ,tMOna e roadbed,
e If I god roabhuHdlag in
o'wtida u _i l -ed)y roekl with shell
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a ithh zae of modern ma0hinery,
of u pt ide. abik^ materiilo, rolled
ll ^vit. adeven. :.!rfa'e
JwouId tth ait a living aotument
hNINZretn W roa very rqh
Ob the w eo Sta or
mnuia t Oi:ued to make.
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AhtndsoinelY" illustrated -t.ngazine
devoted 0spiooaIyF to the interest of
tI frult iid vegetable growers .O
e dpiaola-tia1l subseription of six
mrooths will be set on reelpt of 25
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'W 8 SUNDA 4ri '
os'"r HisS', i
of Torrqr.,"
at. Augusi 4,- egn
r." This. : bjet of
0ouis'e of Hebrt $. $Pelow in
wlpit at the Vine StreetCongrega-
ehurch last 8sy.'
*t, "DeArlyi bo vonge aopt
elf, but rtier give pawe unto
bti; for it ,jsw itten. Vengeance iis,
-"; I wi amy, alit th a te a.
I1elow said in part:.
trin wa-s four hour late and I
W K1ta atja litIle railroad sttlo a
l V tiwkstern. corner of, i
t^jcfMBsour.. .A fellow-travier.
hrm I was pacing up and down
rtold n me that '*'he wa'
pgt Pierce City.
Ddihing parties have been +pz.
that It is impossible to keep
'hiem. But you may reoall
4iaoee dity is one or the black
IWO!! the map of Missouri. It is here
h plmob drove all, the negroes oat
'It+at were not lynched. pe-ka
'S ihe affair my informer said lh
dned" there were about flve lofit
| ,Mniggera" ,,thire .bgforp tilthe
*ble,. and, that not one of them
-een allowed to stal. P'f ':
S4,only knew orf two people there,
holaid 'ot approve of these. doingsi
6' w his brother's afather-wi.yhW-
hirthe "old man" cried abrto It
Vaeotred it was an outrage, A-Any,
ho protected against the aotiod of.
ob was in danger and they had.
ieIy ooiid do to keep the old man

hyid4 ynoh one man who had"
i1 O.g tdo with the orime. This
Pinion P admitlfl ou t azs esld
ii.ge, and h lynohed

lded long that phrase of
't11ohed on g0beral principles."
qO ,ago 9I w *in another corn-
witi a ew ile of *here a
hadVeet bt'inld- -a't the stake.
iehq-ard ofa womaan who was so
irrifld that her nervous system, after
^i.I of months, hid not recovered
-.W wsho~iok. To be in places thatk
+ioen visited by slach outbursts of
6*r and to talk with ti t people
a fia'tIs-.O reallse In 4 part, at least,
dred.fal meaning of this reign of


, itZ i0a'r : .. w ela' :otth; In *ast
t rowned tjhe counsels of justice
Sobriety .White mnen,as well :as
sfhfke uttered mediaeval tor-
6Wane mne n and women are
_ed at these orlees of blood and
ter. Beings created. in the im
So.d htase acted like fiends of
,- .e light of the twentieth
.and uwder the stars and
eee deeds are hideous.
o~aage Is 4 ommmitted. -S
...'s.: ae arrested. t m
beryof Jastlee has tim o4
A Twembles.. They crme
trl.es ;'a*i tm era and ropes.
slKamoron ,Qutsild of the aill.
q'd' the 4oor. The vie-
In their odl.. and .oream
......... s A beast. Is
*tadai this It tram..
owrb n Ape ,. '- prisoners.

iertaed si W likely
etto theW 'pi.es. They te
pgge4 to the >teep lb of eternity t*r told to pray.
Sihe.e "etimable elUqnt" po-
u tb their w0 AS butter
6 oeashand AWikM p8 theA
-i s their !rf4 d;alv| x :
iht. They maka ast*l o the*
beaies. If tbe wn* selaes '
hy build a Ie t be publh l
lain whtii tillh *wJ Ihe


doc
the


a aoeoeint of a b 'rawtet O. In, h Itai.
saai{to 1 *thas t' ,r44t t ili"4 U e'


0 gt: pae wa t tt 4to tO oryto
imirn Anothert 9d ,O iew danhe
USartt remoVf I tiw erer "t i
av9id there gt hA i WW pb. Thyano thero
weas a dipa A d
whSqh tol hQ th 1aea th tM
le4"er of a miobiih had de an

moatre estWHrt iwsg b +ar,' .. +'foot
to mention thm t the e eRa t h
r tn p fe wan .devthr the story ot
the eegqape of a .mi rer from a St.
suii jail. tyy asil a dieaertrged
employee rhot his etoeake awnid then
!Wit aonixwinig f moppbd of: Oh drove
sixteen negroes a way who ,. ,she,
brought there as walters by a .oater
from ielghboring ifty. the aetftdaot
ated t itt In thris same torn ,ins t18
all the hegr6es had bel a drIve out
ater a br'rlot lh whII, tliie werae
ahotion faore w fre at i quntirdes' w ich
nhell isobes ntioned.xt We
ow 1 that for one day's s-hro _tole
of irime? And thio is the story'tbtht!
eoAhsgto us day by day In every pa&-
per we read of the b-tealkown ot fop-
ular govornmeut; and the triumip of
What i% the Canme df his taBit.tIng
condition of affairs? Thls question we
shall discuss next next wePek.


FO A A u EAION.
Situated on the JAcksonv11)e and
Boothwestern railroadd, eleven mileie
tiorth of the town of Ala-hosa. Stropg-
et isolphur in i'lorida. Cures .Ietu-
mottein, Kidney thd Stomach troob4le.
Fine itshmg and huitlng. First-olas.
.table fare. Rates 40 per week. -re-

mt ierI"a SA -WPonll
Notice lB bereb)y ateibiyLt 144, :, I, o 'f1.
a aberlff of Alsohus U loria
by virtue of nit deptm out oi the o
orputt court, of 3l.o* t,jUs aI
St. In "nd for AI bu
oaowiMre. elerte or, ofldu!tINA ^


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Rnd Fever, and awevy' forit of
aal BlouRettn ad Inter
emitting Peversand, by going tl o seat of thb
trouble, works permanent cure.
.T CONTS .r BOTT SI. '


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-Lyons'


Grotto


Uniderneath th e Arogon Hotel. For.0,th at., between
SJolia and Hogan,Ja6ksoiivile, Fla.


POOL TABLE FMEE


LUNCH ALL DAY


Headquarters for 66, 0Echo Springs, Vilson, Hunter,
Canadian ClIb, guaranteed 6-year-old whiskies.
PERIES, EXPRESS P.RPJAID:
66.... .... .$1.50 per quart or $5 00 per gal
Echo Sprinxga.. ........... 1.50 5.00
Wilso4 .......... .. 4 quarts for 5.00
Mail orders a specialty. Write for price list on
bther goods and call on me when 'in the

JOHN A. LYONS, Jacksonville, Fla.


falinellto & aGul Railway Company

THE FRUIT & VEGETABLE ROUT
I O0OF FLORIDA, i
Tihm Table In effeot July 6, 1w08.


No. 6
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'etr, 1 m.SIe di@ now "
Ni tasee or C0 a ',for 11.0


syst to svei t:ani< i- '.*
1 AR ,V' aiaD l3L SIW. *'- *


~Vi l4iI a i n, ttractis,,
Asi 1fowr garden uch as sr-
Miss Tebea4' day and boarding
Sot Wet Mai Street, south ,


Igr ha4 the Bo n'will soon bee
S~F road,', A r~aa i.s one 'Of
t wats in Soutih flporida, and ist
t;d with a lve, progressive peoY

Ol^ Tstluter is tbh n.m. of
4pe1 just started in the enter.
q#n rtvt hiee e .nWrs oof
11 ? '8 141 Thrzyer is pdltor
p s and t fi'tilrs tisea give.
(f. much usetoflness to the
ll _i whlih t published. d.

|Bl awsla 3rra saj thea,
S rfdi several Kansas
i ne ietre tbhatt ::teaoher4
Iy';l0oy1ed1 unless they
a9 'not fio "s 4 'onow-
.6 p^ye 4tirtitne the sehoolo



n otsw ia )!5 be-n lodged
"JA4 '.the rbtend ent on thbe


iai 4 a th 14 will events
wie 1 :0tdhere .etoa


I o t lqoitk Itt ,of D*uval
at$ e Is wn sig w. A ngat the01
Iikleu. ie; has alo *nboue oeI that

Tincludng thoh s barroon- run rit
ia ..ot.i dl th hf otelu.' ~ theiu edt
fthte latter etort the old topors ot the
Hda metropolis will be cQiopelled
.li their Sunday' suithles thle
is'n day, which they have hot
toforerbeen ;compelled toI do.'
'e Lakeland Sun refers as follows
4a'e e nlcent State uomupt roller ;
0 9. roop will be a eadidatia
*Iedl -teI to the eonice of comp,
i. r,. 0room.ut hemado a mast1
liestf dle .' been straight
line ins hls toffial capacity without i
oro hi. friends or eou-t
plBeE Thl^t ~.n of an nofilor merits
e ataIpar of the people. Thus far
ke M l d, ]piB 4ssont but as this stage
t it g is out to say that heP
>IlhfatV no Oppbaent, but asionid he,
mte, his p .irecord will win him votes'e
Iih .prob ,hal : nevYer rteclved be-
Sffo*t number to lantLUhimB
the same offloal capacity gags."

)4spi^etattv* Liv!niPtOn of aeor-
|ta e~p~e, h melf a highly indig.
tant li the OhsargS made in anate
itWarn that he proflted by sproial
S irm emer: Supetaendent of
|i~ v Alh.n: i A.that he, f'-
establitahment of numerotas
tooute, tI hli Atatriot and that
|t'* el bers of hia family sad i*s-
I lu'i thq employ of th Po !t-
ime|ntm and especially of.
i '4 e.delivery divielton. Mr
4 r that. every one *of
Ia ettirlf without
toi+ that no rnoute
Iihn lt district exoopl
that he h~is
S ,th ~f |iotetl oervlce.
bib appolntment
l^ "<~r rtei exxmtn.Wc


i s..Intf(ledl.i wlJ qene threes
aetstant p abco.m;n^i'. i. p. iso m







hi, publ..hinO ieo~f the bst. eely
newspapers weit of t'h4 B "w4tmee Vriver,
He does not mihe0 hi'wroses'0 in the,
east, and is p ndindt some of thioan"-
diateso with led gehatamerblowA, ju t
uchIblos ais F rank ,!pe will land on t
big oppon Onipaign t()O. '
Th6 Titusb ile Star restart. that
o'ew Sm yrnla to, outid qof St. AUgoq-
tinei, ti0he oidetown on threat Coasts,
bqt ite lA ew syrn. Birpse nakes Wth
tahetvent t bs this 1are for t irsedCa
'titme 0ws toa os being a at fl driley
a*ptry4 *.+4eute 5t n- p'nthe

out thro Iet iseaW prois, altos, antit
moapeover adied emmidab^y Po the
1i.ed o1 the Ialey of s ande pad d
lens Wlethot oAening etewhere. ,
'the lontiger the eve immigration law,
noted at the jd session of ongretes,
4n opertlen tthea 'poa a''ppavent b'-
somes the fact that Senator Elki er
and' Qiatliuner, in their endeavors to
protect thtir railway assoolates, main-
aged ti seriously IJure, the measure
ai, to greatly facilitate the importa-
tilon of the ,cheapest wdih ia most unde
sifabje class of u)iqpean labpr. It
has just been discovered that the word-
Ing ofithe bill. relieves the, steamship
compantie andea{IIng master from the
eobligatio heretofotr iihposed pn themI
of having their sailing lists 'visedt. b
Amierlean consuls and paying a fee
Po i for every lisheet pased. This pre-
abtfor was a most wise one and Ire-
qa ie-nw'. resulted iAnt prebnting the
luortathou ortscoitrandtliibori, tmigr-
tion from infected districts, ete, and
moreover added conlsideably to the
income of the already underpaid add
neglected conila. If defects In' .the
bill continue to develop as *tlmre goea
on it will doubtlesa bponq e necessmry
for O tngress to pahss ,suppleentary
measure, a nd whot that Is done there
,It little doubt but that the attempt to
place an a oertfonal quali stationn In

be made..
T1e teootertj wih qwhiah Pr aident.
hooveta s de c h lared t haW after' ,ft
Wingl ri tor al ffty years as
ufon offioed the Govermnt.aent ring
ems.4 I,'te'.bf *n open shop." that no
4icrulnnatton shal be mide between
,unont atd l ~nIonih laboroI la the talk
o^th, t.Fday in Wstehton. On top of
'. thoosdveltyiN W^aott to that effect,
mtoreoveri, oo s eiiiti.. news that he pro
posesa o make i fa ves(timgtiot of the
mnhods tiployeO with a view to se-
o-urng %te prforuiane e of tahe
work the 'pubit printer, on
an eo nwniestl bots,. and the
politicians 'r aChast. ThAt the
President will Lqudpubted)Jy lose the
labor vote is the unanimout pradltction.
A pomincnt DAeo"tt iAo
111man11 ow in Washitgton 4elare that
the' Preaident*s *tend st uutdoubted-
ly due to tle advioeot, the New York

who have assured hiia that hi. fteuser
position of friehdlineeiisao ti t sits
was aoing to lose hImnl lit tippowt
his own State where (be emploioi
class all powerful.. "Mr. Rooptw
has decided that the Wall et&eet tote
will prove more valuable to him, ae'-
cortupanied as it always le by genoroas
eontiTlbutlons to the campaign fosa t
tha thy labor vote, much of whtoa'
woudt be east for the Democratio eats
didiatewhen At vhare time to vote," lS
the ezp.iabtion of the representatte
referr*. to.


Neary Forfeits His Life,
SA runa. aot ending
ptarttd a bt tloer qtu ene lsde f
3I ts
fw~yaniw tet IIn bir il


to ete thetwo <
Iert4 &hded4 a hi' .,
.tlQeA. 0hafee d'i
.co, i4 (a1rr tw, 40M 1!.eAs

e e% all pars *f the eodrld

Cb't e is. b at aWorcester


he' medl, rtern tta. loatrer al
.griday, Q47 a 1rhbanTr.ae iry. "r

on t!j u.atin tireaesuy eotaire, d.
$ ,500,0la 5 s Sirease oa
$^t0Q,09 t nleb balance ti.'. 8.

r ,iwn SuooSads Untbac.
iAtehmn, Va~. Ankuat 0.-Irv. Al.-
rt prowvn. b. D., today *& Js.
*. re5th t t s re .of tine d?1-
ylege ot s htonoN. On unotbak g x-
tirest bt ar near tid city.

,, *h sward,
u % SO ieri of t(ls'imopf *a to learn that tlerse a4` 1Tast
t9darendeda lsfeaee stha se :an Eo i'
been al-le o re in all its ealt ts1,
tat l s.Otah. Hall's Catarrh Caure
is the ily pofe ti e ore now known to
the md ioa fraternity. Oatairh bet i
Aodntsu Ftldia reqlire a &
asrati tmeoii t Otaw
Cur I tfklit .internally, acting 4ireot*e
Wy upof the'blod and miuoop* siuraoesi
k yf t es ,ytin, the reby' .estroyitg the
foundation of the disease, and giving
the patient satrngth by bauldiig uip the
conAstit uti and assistIng nature In
doiig Its work.:. The proprietors bate
so much falth in. its dc'rative Opw,,ra,
that they offer One Hund red DolIats
for any oe thatit fails to airie. ASend
for lisat6f.timonials.
:Address, F, J. CTEN eY & CO.,
Toledo, 0.
Sold by all druggists, 75c.
mala '0mily PlI sare the best. ,


RAILROAD .


7,o Io '4' '.1, ',y n


h t imiPi^e di.Pease,4
SIu *a tak up by thee-



Sof, bldOe e ts of is enfeebling
"4rad the blood becomes
Seepl p ad esses ..l dand dark or
w pots P p the kin. When the poison is.
ft 't and t cobes and gns to multiply in
blp4 ier auid dQ4vey 7troUbles and other serious complzatiots
iipl Ai a Wia begins and develops in the blood, the treatment to.
*.' ii i ffeativwe must begin there too. S. S. S. destr,
g un-.-and poi.ons ad puriffes the ppillut
blo6t4, and under its tonic effect the debilitat4
Constitution rapidly recuperates and the systemI*
sooin clear of all signs of this depressing disease,
8*. S. Ia a guaranteed purely vegetable remedy, mild, pleasatatAd
harmltes. Write us if you want medical advice or any special inform?
tion a.Qwt yeOt case. rThi will cost you nothing.
.... S f ,~PECIFFT IC CO.- ATLACrA,, A.i.


Fojda'East CoastIy'

LOCAI TIME CARO No. 49. In Effedt MUy 28,0o|
"i : u I" t 'Du sIP,


5.59 (544291
I ~ Daily.


sTAnIONS.


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..... ........... so ak onville.............
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Spai~Mka.*
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..................eow 8ayrn..............
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4.............. .....Bt Pl G e..................
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..... .. Bea h................
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A. ........ Miami ..................Lv


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Daily. Daily.

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_,lbrY row._Raton ..o.low int RY,-gVate,
vuars rtrlw siii!09wwwU BuuXzuowa aXoX ORAmGE CITY BRANCOH.
60i4at Tikoets to California Utah, S i og i1
NevadaI., New Mexio. Arizpona. Colo- BtAIWOI. .il1 -a.3 NO.I STATIONS.
eAo, Oreon. Washlintoni Montan., .)i l Daily 1 3
Idaho, wyomina op 0o unt June 1.0" f .A.AL..Lv m rnr..Ar a
n ;. . ........ in.A ll tOOp *IOIOL Lak Tielen ..Are i b
St. Loumis and Return -~a .s.. .........A8 p. n ..Ar l ,-
1 00M i6pall aLv.Orenmw City.Ara I 00p
L US CNTS all 45laAr. .Or. City Jo Lvlai4 S8p
I CE NTSOn sale.
June 10-ir, wood toret-urnount~l June 25Ltb l i ?i fii 1 N9 o. 20 o N022 0 r. 8-;
San Francisco, Los Angeles and D a. B aDaily. Daily.Sta i
I. ,e t r ,m A R, .. ,:.a
etson StileJuly 31 A wuiat a,1 j318 J )I a.auti .. 0a l 8a C pa Slpi
to return until OoT0a ber ls a arg...J11 4 .. ..T s as 7 40 12 00 n a pa
Denver, Col, anA Return 'ae *o, l L cOh tran$S a be neted toarrive aind dAe
On sale June S0 to Jly 9th. 0ood tore- a ho r dely or nye oequeiceaslnt an s
turp until August .. .. A D a t

Tlo Pullman sdelno r, datween' WEST AND HAVANA
ea ant, i$U AND OCCIDENTAL STEAM$HIP CONaECTIONS AT MIAl~ti
ou ullnsl ep ear 1MI .e L H NO.
ridl" h and Ctct*o. is theeo -double IVn
Nokhve U ciator tO e...e o hbl.6^^ ln.UE...,...........,..800. u^ Mlia.n, ai. .. ....
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Firstlas tti fr s nd UnIditded Profit... 20 000
Girsti-.olnaidt rlpsikets from [* om 0016w ^

retain .TAYLOR. Cashr -

O-obtr .. ..
tU vdd trip rates to e.ret pointss0,0 0 .
:West 4 1Mor es..

s rt information address
** s we heAt. asbess. buy auts ior as rtomste

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O'.RGIA L23 AT .
itlrwn Text-'Scd Cy
I'' u ,: se--V ie 1.87 tO"46 i
/ ylauta. Ga., .suafliSt .- t
tie: do bt. remaltai. t1i-t a uniform
4i y'temn of text :bsO -will soon
V-~.b: established for Georglb,'3 common
g.tooll, for thb house of reprosentaf
ivktles passed, yesterday- bhy- 'a vote of
l107 to 45 tlhe bill proKiting fotr this'
-hbaMge, in the present arrangement.
*The lr*e vote given the measure
sw iwa jwhat of a surprise, though. it
w.a.t;E wra1y1. believed It would pass
-'t#.ik j gooN margin over a tonstttu-
i.'onal. ijorityt '
leB hai been determined opp6iM-
tion ~.the measure an4 every possible
fort. Ias been made to defeat it. The
gisit hLs been conducted both In the
.m0j-tt*d room and on the fltor ot
i~ eholiae, and all sorts of legitimate.
Stactle have bqen used.
'liThe iffiorm text-book. bill., as pas-
.aid by tho house, is a compromise sub-
a1ttute. It bears the names of MewrP6.
iWesBt, of I.owndes; Mitchell, of Thom-
si, 'and Whitley, of Douglas, all of
ii-horm hao introtdiced measures on the
$ 0ibiect, n S cOmXnmitted on education and adopted
J*ittter coRsiderable scrapping 'In the
-, *qfmmlttce room.
'or a Court of Appeals.


he general judiciary co mittee of
houAe heard interesting arguments
erday from former Chief Justice
Bn Bleckley and Justice i.4ttle.
e asuireme court, In favor' f the.
hdch proposes to create a cireuit
of appeals for the purpose of
lng the supreme court from some
Iprcsent burdenss, The bllR
be taken up again on Monday,
S a committee from the Georgia
-Associatlion will be heard In be-
otf r.
.senate general judiciary comn-
be b, reported favorably the
Ui4,,ll to abolish days of grace
t1i. State.
a.e m'cst important 'bill passed by
0 senate at yesterday' session Is of
Ipi~l treat to Atlanta. Thib Is
-e. bill introduced by Senator Perry
prvidrhig for the appointment of pro-
Aiitlon offtcere In the cities of 30,000
| 'Vver-a measure which, a itas an-
*,iOiexpla*ned, wta especially *bham
iT d.e' by a large number of ladles in
iteta ai other cities who have giv.
hliohight to the problem of better-
c nhe condition of youths who may
| .aty4,fr.zfi becomtg. crimllials. -
l|t';eiasture does iot make the alj
lintitett of such probation officerss
tblatory upon any city, but leaves
b ato the mayor and council to pro-
vde for such appointment In case they
t fit.. It applies, as stated, only
tO'the larger cities end only to persons
" l1ty 6f violations of rtunleipal or.
vi'anuces.
t ouses of the general ashem'bly
g1 '- acted relative oto the general
tea f lobbying which have been
in connection with the leglsla-
Ji i a joint committee has been ap-
4 Oiad, *nd "investlgatlon of the dmat-
Yi1 begin .on Monday.
ontilu .ld Wiuped Wthout the Aid of a
I 'lJu .ptpfrom 'hard spell 'of
E (yn ).y M. T. A
siz', a ; Knbwtn merchant of
ioi* 4 Ten wI,'I -ued one small
10am 'i'Coloie, Chi-esera
lDixaBwhO iftnskey ^hsd was cured
SfethtsatBpe in the
S dote Rwhen thi reb edy Is usmod,
nere ire,.-% brteer-
Ba doctor Can preat'bq a
i onoie fo bowel . paln.t n any
either for theld wnosad l. O La
e il. and i plant to take. For
I.4tiy -ll drvsgets nd iedicine
Flt _i __PHt :r

1040"o Baptis in M6oU t Tuakw.
yesterdayy pastel' ra0olution 4le'
t"iens the noegroS who LtJWtVmp0
Stp Booker. Witlingtoni'og *pec
PiotM -t. usiday 1t. ....
0i.to. mee all the cot al. I
:the tsiiite4 Stautes, bThe -epUa
fth tb* ii-to. be*, U.060A0(
,.~~ ~Md j pry e1 WaK a it. h

l0e00s O *#I. .- to b*e b impiVit.
is) 1t\tbe postal Ifrads". .
: Advlcs. -ro.' Yes.Iaisdielar
iftat PreIsedl Oiri*45 treating for'
Wi th gat harhe ..-
g Zilcfa willisa llftwsn. ^'of Cl01"u
% .leap' 31) feet tlr "a pole- Friday
..ve himself f-oM, d eatk?: hi tact
|jllve wirS. ..
lon JBrtion. the SaTasiab lar
s{r. baa -. de. a 'ia <9 t lto-
g govronmeut : cW aid a
ViAen"i, a wowrillaSi' s.t a

^^~aIh w WH ,|r^l


a a', 4 .t "

drIn fDo~ttti la a i a a t
pzrts of- ihA titdy b'e driyeni
uby ood t Uto ,'' trat and agittart <
um at tt. 'Joseph'a, 20 IaUe north oQ
Port 0ets. N.Y., cA ^euindb t \
.wrecked t-o heavy dami fturlismhl
the lutidings -of the r.treatr.e with pow, 4
0er a14 electric light/
Pipes weighing tons and .machinery
were swept down stream and tost.
One side of the valley was wept clean.;
but the buildings remained ittaat, and
Ao lives were lost,
Bankruptcy Proqadigas Plted .
$o.vllie, Ten.. AguO 3.---A bi.ank*
tiptcy st ltition_0 (a Ald to4ay galat nt
th< loikUtheri and .~FtnsAy ootbpa.
ny, of Lenoir 04ty 'and Meiniphio, Tenn.,
eand Qadeden and A"niston, Ala., by
the Ross Meehai Pftuidry oompapy, of.
Chatta-noga., t alleges an titndbted
ness of $2,000,00'. and asaetu %t $,t000,'
000, It seeks to have the reitlvedihtp
of 0. L. Iurlburt, of Chittanooga.
Tt seeks re have thie r0eceverehip of 0 .
L. Hurlbthtr of Chottanloogai mside per.,
Sent, and to take the original case out
out the Nesw Jersey federal courts.


SHeQave Bond.
bIonton, 0., August S,-AmBlstant
Postmaster M. W. Able, Who was a. .
rbsted last night, charged with emr
bezzling government fupda through a
contract for livery hire today gave
bond for hie aplierace Auiguit 11 be- 0"
fore Commissioner Thompsob here,.
Suit to Recover Land.
Atastin, Tex., August 3-Suit h as
been file' in the district court by
Georgia Lazarina, against J. L. Hume,
et al.. to recover the league of land
situated In Saratoga, Hardin county,
In the oil district, valued at $250,000. -
The lan-d was originally granted to
Maria Xmienes. The pl.ajMlti Lalleges 0 FRIE.OLY
that she was Ahe only surviving heir
of Maria Ximenes, and as each Is on- In tw,' "sVt.
titled to the land. PubliU t,-iiii
Foreigners Prohibited.
Berlin, August 3.-A dispatch from Verdict
St. Petersburg to the Co logne Q -
zette, says the Russian authorities re o
reported to have notified tife govern-
ment at Pekin that Ruiasa will prohib-
it foreigners from tn Tying in Ma- i lnnstrui<'ii
churia att present, but that slX years
hence when Russia ha 4restorbd quiet
and ordor In Manchuria, 'the country
will be opened to foreignerS for tfreoe
commerce.-. ;.,
Shot by Masked Highwaymarn. 1 B--M
Spokane, Wash., August 3.-John World,"' na<
Krienibuhle, treasurer of the Grai] Word,"masi
Lwydge of Odd Fellowi'bof th-iw atte;,
was shot by a masked hlghwayma ondi 'w
a Hillyard street 6ar last night. The
robber secured bout $200. ...i....
juries are not serious. "
Brlogadier benersl Hi-kln84in l ils.
Hanata, Auguet 3.--Brl9gA4dw GOan1e
al WIlllum T. IaskIn. wo l has juste ,
been re ed, sailed today onthe h tain-i
or Morro Castle from Nw York. H ... A. W
was given an enthuslasiUs fiArwell by l f
the American officers and his many
friendni -hero. O-
VRoyal Wedding to Occur,. ---- -" ----
*rl'm.isttt, Hosse, Augut 1.-A
great gathering of sovereign, lWexpe!t- S
ed herd on the occasion of the weiddngl
of Prine Andrea of Greece to Princess
Alice of Battenburg. -The ct in-
peror William, kitng IDward, King
Clirlstlan or Denmark ,and Klng Geore. ,
of Gree:.bave already promwlId to -
attend. la" Ij
at i lne. need.OUTH I IDKi 8Q
BInutert I ts awfully absent mtind H t rt p
*What in 1ris latestt?'
** &IIa drivinK TBif ) an har.- A Ciomplete stek
moered-bot trubf. He ho6l0e and pt e and R V
:'.ttll In i hsison t O nt a ,rt4 tit
M iu tlA....ithumb i :' '111iWorw-,C'r- -


B.... ........ allexatoiN i
-, Yi ,,wfnt to be mad s b Adk-
*rii.. 705yo? .lr, well. 'l put it .FI
tll -2ptv o.Just VVi a e
o $10" an.. t 'of prittuaa me x-04
clent,-t.-it lii'v0i't gt a. "m r ,.
.o .tt<.," ,w. 'I ...t "&e do "
yo ,i'* o Itt UI t, *U. oa. .- YO
'rs bt"nkrtipf A4WM i. !I -" u ioT *

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All i11i.11 who wilsh s) (1reol"
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far eti k del sell tht it- ous "Ik t-c h-iihii41-th0
utt by rShlo) Iurol & Cr of liitli oVlt ll on r,. .
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tatili- -h 0o Tehns 13, P L- ftrt8eville


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bi alalU t,,
itaoitQe
Mof .atlnl
eaugt.


T X OFr T6N 'oWER AIR
DURAblITYr. J +l
--- .
ouest piano tfo this -brnr olhmate. start
tune longer thln otthOrs, oonsrutoie '
best materlsblW, d0 m40%t artltai.
wo Ansetatil obanitnblt,.
Up to datt, In *very



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Ought In Oar Lots. v old in
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mini lerdn S V, asod Fertiiers. X ,
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the nourishing qualities

of -Malt and t1e tonic

p7operties of Hops.


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ua h 0o 0 ~1 ,
aShi.Iapt- for te g4oet an, he
ieobed murpltne., buthe 4htd \eot
g*w'@Ose.' then 44Itbh .hat 4*
ponful of Chaml0bdE ol4o
lraod Dilrrhoea Rt y, ud

p kl,. ie: .Ltimb:r- 0. F
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7. "r I^' L R..L al.EitatL. .,'<..
IIt o #asm hqld his handsome
< tot hal4t Ga*0e0,ilWe to B. R..
1|Itan. #tI 6 omfithe omaoiet modern
r i| 0i1he oty, and Mr.
ti tbe t ate upon hia
)E!A J liAand fatally
S into h house, 000 East
Go 'n Up to DI.
M;lB.rt e' at ZvansvlleInd.,
Ites: ^t"fi: flr yar3 I fe. sroubIl
i&ii4 ad bladder tffeetion,
-7 tteweak .*aid ,thin and I,
.hi .e to uhea attend 1 was
lea thed oo 9 b..le oUo.




at". S 3wi a te IIok of
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vision, the finest hops Qbtainable, and thoroughly
filtered- soft river water (-river water conarn no
mineral sal's and is tkerefe e best adaes ted for
S//e,-rodu o ot f good bee rs-- .-), thus making it the
ra.C4.


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essence o purity.

No house o is. complteW w hu this nourishing.
refreshing tale beverage, the '


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SBottled only at the
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Datly i .ediate. r.nt. Dai)3
1IsZ87 pm MDeal,%LeabiijtgadTamjpa,m, S4topn
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E. E,. VQOTII, MGR.
Abetiacts of T iti e f and ftl nornitiin futrniiahed' reg rding )ands l
county. Our manager has lived inthis ooaiti thirty yere Gi&.
s 'hoiitghly. *oversnt with lon title.

FIL IEIV IfOat "S IT
FIRE, ADO' UVOL&RY AND 1NDEMNIY INSU11A46
senting a lUadtbeof prominent Americnt and En lih conMb t
*.IRAL STATE AND OITY LOA.iB-


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Ga~flestille]P aS &Eetr
SWill olMiract for all of wEk&$6a' W
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tr)aft- detree irtere .
1t the GJ Cao Oneed
naght before )(ia'torId C, ct
t before the o t of thle. year
aid system Would lv e ab*ild trala
1 irrlng diyet* Chto Cicagt arid Pit p
g trom ?*r Orieaae and Gtlve^oa
that soon thereafter they woutd
s atement was made. after," M
4 oA' the. whole system 'whtch
=s several weeks. Wittwln Wie
i*lftec the hGould -people will.
a '..weo bank line In operat.lol'
ftlhe M4isMesippl river from .:
to New Orlea... ..which- wl
:'-m in outlet. By that time
iae, they will be,' n Plttalarw
east, ultimat.y reaeoting the
Sfle aboard s4t Baltlmore
Bird held a conferetne .with -.
d of trade committee 'louldng toa
shIig a line of four steaS:er
n here and NW Yrk. t .11
carry Gould trafftoc roim tI

S' Not Over-Wie. .
iere is ahn old allegorical pi.t 4
ir soared at agBtas.iBopper t "A
"'a.t.oT hedioessly I' I tad, g so a
'this is parallel b he
spends a lar siis Of.:tUney
Oipdg a ..olone elarb gi.
videos fail" with


biiser sr PUrity and Noure'kid
rthoe L ; -e asment. a





hi:Pnutdweiser ladvertisemont which
Sa nm ber other portoh o Nhisylo p.
l "drws an is" eThresting eompariso
MeiwPe reooised aa't~he m'sogt propipt


en reliater nediobeer in these wor dse e
^iss.r For sale by all d ruggifts and
io"re dealeras.eer han poorbeer
beerif mor Purityesoandme than pourh

Busdweiser thdvertisemnt whichual-
Spe shfal6 another tonirof thispro pa-
^clw draws an i~iferesting comparisonu
mention ater anold wabeer inthese woiast:
- r.UPoire water is better than poor beer.
4l 1 er- is more wholesome than pure
"eoause of the nourishing qual-
of malt and the tonic properties
4 "This is obviously true despite the
enteions of cold water iqnthusiasts,
explains why so many physicians,
t 0rhe Budweiser for anemic pa-
naot 0only because of ita refresh-
S iiand invigorating effects, but as a
)(Icat~ gndetfeotual means of admin-
aerig uouri ,bment.
41~he exztree'oare, used' in seleetign
SWell as n t supevising the actual
ewing ot Budweiser insures perfect
Yeavot and absolute healthfulness of the
oduet .
titt is brewed froom malt made under
o direct psupervilion of the Anheuser-
slth Brwing AsioCiation; the bnest
g| qbtsJle and thorougly fllteftd
SitBt I...t3aiplate thL Ingrew.
Imoirant'' 1iA this ipninectaon to
'ii 'bat' river water11i I4eak for the
goo4 ) Ir's th reason
t none ofthe hurtful

'mkfatly obottia d beprs"
tabi^^l tit| well gs nted..
I.t.uthully called ,'the
5neiB .O f pnrU *. '.

J. A. J. Moti ,Pmrieo. Wayne
Mo.; wi.tes Ia Wve 'litte twin
b, w14 Who ave laeg bothsed with
E1" **s all hi lirsi. I' ttrid every-
oe failed
the first twi,



" mql 4eaaj 55. I b.:.-:
1 l~ tmI detiy^ / h


tested 9 ron,
~ Wraao~sco, Anmust *.~-*I~t.~s
"~#&~S~ eab 5~, t*p Itatian. sas
xd~~ we't'w du~I~4 a te*4lo~ last


1 7 a4 1ro, o r Y tildrs &ti



~*Ihattn Albaa located, o5.' this al
o bt w h h***copay I '

tstite o and northS t of sho lin of th (o E UIn no se a"uies
it4t o system ( SMemphi o 0an1s Ors w o 5avnAN w r.
Oty'), the following poijotu in Fl0 -I ,* ----- ,-
ip.a'Geotga~l, rth and '8outh O:r-0K E & ,Y
litna and Alabama located on this rUoRN KIT a 'niiauED
^(;^,or tqrwhth the company ftits iann Maeedo w.
paot an authorized tieketing riutie, LOOKINO OtAA8SS t iL 'dIAVERICIl
at ef4lowing rate u pderO)itl ie0uy or 0 e 'a rtiurj iWe or can ountrac.
named :OU l i 'i to u>s. Patnropae
..ate-One.-hflof th standard one- " -,-p
*a tarp, plus W8O0 00o. U. war^35 a 1MI. T.TWAY
XprU 7 au*l 2^. 1908 May and jr WALREBR & HIAYLOR
903; JTne 2 -ad 1 19080 July 7and ATT Y
a1, 1908; AugSet 4n a Oaiep of




ss, not good parlor or sleeping 13 W. foryth+.. J4k nville, FIl:
:Eer ate o tnErj the staple erops of ....-..
the4IT ittit yof thi territory: BS di' litce in c ty Fin
Ajo vetbfo A and *mall frSd t Winnsitunr, ad Cigrs.
acheA, pMoars, grpe. i s, oranges, -:
pietnl le grpiePfruit,. watermelons, 'IT"HEN IN JAQCSUN VILLE
xilttande othet-frtuits, wheat, corn, .--Vit tl--
oa aud~other ~tains, tobacco, cotton, E OR C iT, SALto) N AND ROOF
pt4tQts; hay, rice. "OA tDIE N.
.t-he policy of the Atlantic Coast Line "Th itqi in t he city, nter-.
it.'t~,toSte all developments long its anmers ta, t. y night at Stee Qarden
.t claims.h that it is the greatest - J- '......... .
ruoking road in America, and It pro- -.U A uW .
ies evoryaolity for getting farm, '. t a nor at
garden and orclard products to ithe ttrr,^'t
northern markets in the best possible .W |w*ttiu^. f ,c o u oV liiubnu)-
condition, in shortesat time, and at low- t',, no ,, n..
e dt ra tes .. "o .'l, s".
I no part of the country is there a 'urnt ..n r,,t Wl.
greater abundance of game and h ti mr o U
i'hanon this line. 2 ,. .acirittar ue.t oa geq1$A wYLM
Northern farmers are invited to Fl-. d, .. .
write for information in detail about ng --.
the territory of the Atlantic Coast ....: -... :-. .}
SWatch for a Chill. f to W" ie"3 '' ;.
tine .:,1 0
However slight at this time of year ... ; ti-
and in this climate, it is the forerunner
of malaria. A disposition to yawn, l,' .. *,N' ",RF
before the chill. Herbine, by
promptstimulative action on the liver, ic Il. t
.rlves the malarial germs out of the 3 V (
ayitei-, purfles Lhe blood, ones up the |f '. l '
system and "restores health. 1c0. at A
Johnson BrOs.
TO THE MANATEE SECTION. pp Sto TUO. o
S. ". -WASH I-IN GO' N ,c.
One-Way Settlers' and Round-Trip -
Home Seekers' Rates. -. .
The Seaboard Air Line railway hive tM 1 n fl\1 111
arranged the following attractive rates |l
StoManatee, Braidentown, EllentoA and I .
Marasbta, Fla: B yi .
From Ohio Rivar Gateways..
One-Way settlers' tickets endorsed *8. R. B. TA VIIR, Manager.
asoond olasi, ion6 good. in parlor or a
*heepittg ears, to be sold tso all points -
on t. Uie s. & W, R. R. and 8. R ATES ItEA$ON AtlE. 'the fnael
iOo. line at rates based one-half of the fresw and salt water l"4ng tfo had
forst eilt .limited fae, pl. 2,00, in Florida. Fresh niilt water bath
Tickets will be sold ont the frst and hotel. Tbke tha e t rainh to isokellVr
third Terudays of each month, to and and dive over to Lisyport by trivele
teladnf- November 17th, 1908. "vey.ane t4UtM
,Hoirthe'1 ieeri' exuriaone tickets to : t'o"
P ZF ,Uetoi, Palmetto, Braiden- LS E A
town, anotee., oeo agid Aaruota Y i BA
(ageiy ftations),rati one fare, plus ,
the oldoa teftrsh and third Tuesdays f
of eah moth, to and Ciludling No- LIQUOR DEA ALE R
embef 17th, 1908, with final limit .
twenty itone days from dtls of ; ...a "
S kets"wllt be good to etop-orve on t N w
Seabord Air Line railway en root.on d ,r oue p .3 ,. ...,
goln- o!gI y within fIteeniday a tu o tp
befor H bid.y AW S"
trheS r mald Air Ltine raia .(t. ..
y tdtesrib.:.an 1 0 rW.Bsyt-et. :Jwlt,, iae.t
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WASHIWNTONT,NEW YORK ASII ILL and
and (the IAST. T SPRItNGS. N. C.
CINCINNATI, CHICAGO, ITH l oAND OIl 't SK
The NOIRTH atd We.S.. iBhtapphiC ni'


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ter ElrMo0re~hi s rtu
sp a pleasatit l tW^ frien :; ,in

a00le. ".



tot.owhII.O tUe" oaIII
,l 0 ~t~ et t man, is
am few dayev tn Tatma and





thap4t, hoM ai
gltZt Miiper dt, Zanapal e.-


00a 0 'im i ga wderte'-'th
la, 4a4aser 4.of t e A -
Wtil"'C' d ite" yell S
;::ntiehtdn Motnwine, Vs.
a: l:1l"' S ienrtuk.'



l forget' h:e 40t Al-

4 *e, a peadattrg pu., '



tarth i Sdaleg at. '

I.lake Md fa~tl ly exspeot 1e
ir depvtue ion a hsot i
e realde. While the people qf
neetille naturally' regret sr oee
etotmable lmi th. bet wishes
ego Ct t
et Liberty streettl which as, died
; various oeuses are betog ate
Thest trees for years toned
~tenovaI wiU bse regretted, 94

8t we. eolles departed ye.4tt.
ys ok, h ., 'where he wilI
Wt* |otu id W olumb, .
ON ti y and ehtldt n, who will
with ni to Kentcky.
hW 0ish he a plea-..sant tr.ip.
IM2 . iels and J. 0. Hailt of.
uhian wale wao4g" tre "visitors to
ci4.'akt~tdThie latterr' who
*Wsl.lamr',states thoat tQ:he
ltto5, etocotton cro are

$eptmabl the fies ,iretd of cotton

AmS. W. R061io1404 n.on sister,
SeA. of :tlevn Sprgs, a nd M.
he departed yesterday to ed Pr-
4 6aw weeks wita relative.
L1 .lu o ps
sd o land Spis 0. oan otf


60k 0'
Swell set opf trav'
*ry^, Newb Yprk. Is at 6th* 5.pwa
lioUise.

fronm brief bo1 0p0a40440 vite,. .t ai of Opi. A. Tolber .'


redo o .


delightful tr i o Ta9 .44 St.
Petersburg. ,.
SMrs, ~. Vqabhe 'as retune to
vnut to tken^eai4 reAkigs as Wash-
. .gton,3D. 0._
.TA- OQpii at b ron h St~ day' via


A Alaetit~oPthint .Tho.rday, Augse
Pleasap) an Coirt streets. sao 8-




.ay... ..-A -h us'
Mie sMar.y .t bhi deptrla. yestr-
day for Oiiao.It Ohio, wfete she
u enter theconservatory of u.
0he expects to be absoot about three;

A new sidralkt is'being laid 03png4


rook aI the material being usedI


manotb tor'e period" |fim on 9O4 e"or
::hW^N|<-^tF?^|^t,^-. fr..



spem..iflotons see E :. Baird. d2taw.wtf
S. M. Perry Ro le has rety rn,
do h04 hhome, ter several months
pelii at liau o lt.e on the Et Coast',
whe.:re he tas beenin .:the employ. of
Ste FOr as Coast- Railway. Mr.,
Perry la had the meistortune tobe hi'n.
disposed to m the past few weeks, :and
decided to resOtrnB to his hme. His.
friends are0t"d to welcome him again.
The nuiners friends in this Olty of
MIS Sde Thomas, the eliteoUnt book-
keer ,tok Doiaa &M Sasundg~es b:ho
wIa tcaited to Thomtrilla, G_., a few
45*4#*o$0.611 Se0rn ofh' te Illnes 5$,i
nft ti5l *i)Il be grasifie4 to learn
S is rhpidIy reooa ang,
.ell o aus ay be l*p. d to
es^tu % rt thhrieHS. Tue lady has
bed tuW thgO wltshemorrhagiotever.
.t flMS%.a lemditng, anl eminent
colg. A. retiwgied st d toe-
ubred th t l the Sta4e, hIt-


lbver- hs f Mo-!
riah oesgreutlio 8hnaby, an both
p-reaaher and eaalontit ar well
T-erlewil be b sWeoal o meetiag of
t mauiteciOI' he and Wette l6of

pod'eto of retoryhe M g ,* th e
ih tender th o th
retutesy* the r n a!
ioesu ~ii ih l oostion is o

.a.. rtrp^ y atdter?


4 a 4 m us


via'd.a Coas e ,ht ', ,Au4

.ie adal^k< Ontly r17 cents
rbnd rip.e.a^ :"

o tr WvH. *t Moo"y.'M01 ;.00 d
forttry^eieip hfr Vity e
negiot5,.tNftd5'a iere grelek
Jes. qip, the asuestt'rve .t it!R
repeesaivH r f !th* Roundiree l'aink
and za: Qudipr| y, Richmioond, Vs.,
has re.t.r-ne omn ,an extend trip'
throgis Lo$oeiqana, 'Misitailpp VJsis ^
u4a Alabar in he ithtereas (of ).'
drfn. 1H2e pejfpts the afldst vade, lt
hasoevke eyed 4,. an orperienoe '4t
,eWev 'e .. On thM road. He.
0ta0es that pipects fdr ropas in lhe
SMrOMMl IAllen, of 86uth *'Fqrk
Xy.. pr.ve.te ..attaokIt of-
eKolpnr' bytakingb -0hamber-
h s boah and Liver Tablets then.
Siatataidk coming on. Such at-
aks 4re a y aused by indlgeS..
tion a4 th bet atre Jst. whftI
.neod1d4,tpcianse the stomach and
Mtaok. ,40ttksI. of bilious colic
.may prevented in the same, way.
For sale by all druggists and medicine
a pan .ie .



GRAND




S... WON

' -"SA .LE

S--AT THE-,-



New York



RACKET.




The hot summer a 'are upon us,
and in o ler 1 iven things up a
little iand again4ftrt our cu"tome
tO unheard tf barns we will on



*RIDA8 A TURDAI,

.

ive our Great i4tuammer Sale. ThlaS
we will make w.o Of th1e greatet days
eth city or eointa ,r seenin the
way at baraaiuu4rtItt lln Irses hare
b .n eat riht ari^Ntt ad Itt *eVey
tabt ypamlM he "t aOportnieR






......


;./.. . . .. .. : "


-pleallr brr****i *Ps





,tehrb from t m*ksonville forf tNe*
Swhoie tbey mwil speri a few

W, S. ?icha'ron of T,*cou% is in the
i1,y. ile was arotimoneit Iheri Sunday
en De. Ot %ft M s'Mad. de h at.t his

Ilon asxIi otv .W[e'ootl
ip t*idanitofy ypilterday, and will
4main overt to t-he meetnle of the
Board of Cowty Copmieissionaers, of
fter a eat visit to hisother
ine fe ~4e., J.... ,anpo;rt, the,
..George W retrn d, o atI
ropumed h.ia.. AD'pie+,d
,g Hon,. Td. of|Si 'l-o a t.y.
Joheon r of "Hwthbe/ rare in toty eThrey
aseo to #ttenajl S regular pnJy
taion*ts of whfai' t ar em
boys. .; t
There wl l be untLoI ineetUng of rhe
Some a 18d iForplgn i iga0o6 ai soi
o'o Ihe thodis, whorh tte,0dire
room of *tEe lMethtdieals eiroe this
evening .t 4 o'block. 'A f1ll sattedo
oancepisp-desired..;:p.-,- ,-- .
parHon.tJh G. Dsamtl.or and hsany
complitehld daughter, M-il MIna, of
ditgio, were vtitheprs to, this bity yes.-
terday. 'iher young. l.4dy. returned
to her hoWthe in the attorion, ,but Mr.i
siua-pter wil, kmai o zntil tonight or
tomorroww morn ifg-.
Bafidy Grahatn, who is attendingg
Prof. J. 1a. Brinson's normall school at
Orange Springs, spent unday with lls
parents and friend ein thhcity. uandy
Bays the Springs are i-n excellent con-
dition, and' tbat the resort itcrowded
organth visitor from 'very section. The
aIh ool i los proepe*ing,.
One of the profithen Vtyfora fewto thi
city is Fred young 0t I0,e Oity, one
of the leading bustiae s "men of 'thiat
city. Mfr. Yoqqpg Is a1o president of
the Lake O Itaber. Company,
hourshich yeserd about. te departed in the
afereoon for imber aprins, winr hCo
luriniia and 'Alachua counties.
R, L. Harper of Jacksonville; State
organizer of theW Axirlaiot Federation
of Labor, was In the, oty for a few
hours yesterday. He departed in the
afternoon for High Springs, where he
will organized union of retail clerks.
SMr, Harper expects to return to this
city Friday evening, when he ,will'en-
deavor to meet the :arpenters' In the
matter of forming a unin..
Escaped qn Awful Pate.
Mr. H. Hagginsiot Melbourne. Fla.,
writes;a "My doetqt told me I hed.
consuiUption and nothing codd b
done for me". was gi''n up to die.
The offer of a free ttaO bottle of D-.
Kings"' New D9oviery for o$6 ut Rpe
tion. induced me to ty it, Benalts
were startling. I amxw 0 the road
to recovery and owe all to '"ro. Klng*s
New Discovery. It .urMly .aved m
jife." ThTiW .rat o ire isI. guaranteed
for all thoa t and Ipang diea ee by all
druogista. PriesO and $1. .Tral
bott lesfree. "
The Guards' Banquet.
I celebration of moving into
the opera house, the Gaineaville
Guards held a banquet last evening,
when many friends were entertained
by the oompan A tull report will be
given in The Sun tXmorlw morning.

Mrd. alonslwk* .'otbhing $yrup has
ft 5oothbe the cbild, ofr h euma.
Spin, ors wimd .i0 and[


.. .: 4 Theosanduld. WfI
Clrn Yout
If you.' a te obbed ith kf
'Brighati' dite eti vel 6
bladder, atlbiep in ur pe and
healthy deposlS' or' too f
.ohabasof-thu^z1nw;atuirtli
and bladders, ropa"ca'l eweiin 'of
feet and legs c/, ete.,, we guarap
that 'y using' Snit 1'! Sure Zidn
COure, a.complete -ure will bS effee
Price 50' 0ts and' $1.'00.! 'or ....
JOHSNSON BRQ. ,






HV I A$'". ... ... .". .'. ....

K.ET8, FTI ,
ii, e .t4A f
3E...to




Personal attentli.o.r'
Sa l i businigs ithia
Orders b~ ~:ail .ote
graph -pr t1yatteru
ed to.


THOMAS+Kf N,


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(118 E. UNION'ST.) . .|


Special Reductions in severaU
Jr.ads while the cards last.


: L; rt -I U uare)
e ,
Ho 14o OolBtbs. neoui
Rsd e~rab a trentlon,, The1


Attientlon, K. ofP. ...
Tbe, regular weekly meetJitaj
Mount Vernon Lodge No. 0~ nights
of Pythas. will be held at the. 0Oast
Hall over Dutton's bank at 8 o*lqot)
his evening, at which a foil tti.tI
Iace is deired. Visiting.brotheas wjI
reeive a pordisl welcome. :" ,......
-" B. T. 8carru, OQ..:i-


otht rah and: roy. Whn h
4eren.e r Se who..i bliusht g w.Ik
heath tn- Dr. ZitWe New Lif l, i
tbe 1~Ii OBe*


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