Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01948
 Material Information
Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: August 14, 1903
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
normalized irregular
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 )
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: VID01948
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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1,1N .157



:Rn 'ber Heading For
4o e eGate City.

lr^ T*here Will be Three Hun-
p'osoal 0r" Fu1n Which, in the
"., Will Contain Seventy
and' Persons.
lrai*tsAco0 August 13.-Prom
ktl next Monday there will be
; Of special trains pouring into
Sailed with Vigitin vetIer as
d. JotA.my 'of the Republic'
044W,- -In addition to these op-
4 iany thoasana'ds of people
t"t tie city from all parts of
l on the regular and giour-
SHotle asnd lodging houses
ly tllng up rapidly with the
o 'n3 yesterday 3,500 persoes
Ihrough Ogden for this city
W'it'Ay of tfhe Republic tick-
0t (s'figured there will be three
i ~bcial care .or thereabouts,-
't' the aggregate, will contain
AO9i persons. Commander-in-
S4 Stewart and party from
Itpia. now at the Grand Oamaon,
0h1 dAte to arrive here on Sat-
$oni of Veterans are furnishing
ttion to .visiting veterans and
eaU. of registration sl now fully
.with its duties.
. orders have-bpen Issued to
i~i; by the chie f police to
r. th'veterans and treat them
S'Utart4sy during their stay
i"l erraatiagenents have been
': provide for any who have lost
xay and patrolmen will make
Bort to get the visitors to their


citing Tax Rate Is Passed by
the House.
,, August 13.-The house of
aives did a fairly good
iness yesterday in spite of
that considerable time'was
outee passed on many matters
it. pasedo the 'bill to limit
I rate to 5 milis, diefoated the
ipcreaee the .la rl" of judgbls
Aupertne and superior courts.
'e bill o -t-revent thet raudu-
a Of stoots of good in bulk,,
' amendment to the franchise
, passed the bill permitting
railroads to straighten out their
ati,; acted favorably- or unfa-
Son quite a numabe of other son-
baures of eer linportawee.
house passed e Perry or the
bill by substitute, the differ-
Aing that the subettute limits
ate to 6 mile' for all purposes,
Ag the sitnking fund, while the
by fhbe h enate did not in-
1ttg*kin funa, bho permitted
'p 1ey Smrb the purpose of rais-
* annual $100,000 to pay off
o aie pit. ita foot down hard
i4 o- the oproposltion to In-
i* salaries of judge of' the
a4 superior coort, ad of
*tatby Sator Cob e., propov-
Itistee ftilH sNprem comwt from ;$,00o
fro lt$A 2.000 to *8,00,
:3aed' the eate by a.
vote, was atnewded in the
-to tabre -a. ts salary of.
froAm W to 6.06 ad
eat iacresetg tbe *ow-

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House Hears With Amusement SUlmr
mary Bribery Chare". t HirrInP
Atlanta, August lS.-4n the house SWEEPr' J fflIUH
of TepresentatlveA Just before the ad-
Jou-11menot, of the, afternoon eesion
yesterday was read Mte report of t h DamagO TO P1lantatitons Will
special joint committee appointed to
iivest.igate the charges of lobbying t AAmount To Millions.
In the general assembly. -----.
Great interest was manifested InA TAKE VEARS TO REPAIR DAMAGE
the report, and when Chairman Jobt
M. Slaton, of the committee on thb Evqry. banana Plantation. I the East
part of the house. presented It as "the
report a irivileged committee" .th. ern 'Half of the island Has Boon De
conversation that had been general vastated-Great Damage Done in
on, 'heloor drintheohe passage ofn Knston .and Suburbs.
senate bills ceased and- every member
lir-teuned ntently to the readingT of Kingston, Jamaica. August LI.-
th epaper by Clerk John T. Bolfeuillet. (DeaLyed in ttansmisslon.)---The hur
Special igptereat was manifested Ito rlenne, the fringe only of Which struck
that portion of the report wohih dealt the western end of JamaAics yesterday
With the testimony of Representative and which it was thought haui m1ased
W. illa, of Cherokee. relative to instead "o proceeding to to e northwest
the' offer of ,$500 for his Ifiauence veered to the' a6uth early this morn-
against the hil4d labor bill, and an lang and atrukh Jamalt, with ita full
other tithe what amounted to an'of .*oree, Inflicting damagee whlkh it will
for of $100 if-he would change his vote take years to repair.
Jor, speaeer. This was the only e01- Cwing to the Interruption o(f tele-
deuce as to criminal lobbying which graphic cominunication, it is Ituposal.
the committee fou-nd, and owing to the ble as yet to estimate the amount of
fact that none of the guilty parties the losAse, but 'they must rk'ach tall-
could be identified by Mr. Mills or Ilons of dollars.
others, the committee made no recom r Every-banamna plantation in the canst,
mendhtion regarding it. Some amuae- oe:.r half of the island has b t. n tvav,
merft was manifested on the part of tatedt. The situationn In th, wtestorn
the- members during the reading of half is unknown. Constfderahl, injury
this portion of the ;report, arnd there waa done to property In wKli;mston and
waste at times .considerable indulgence the ouburbsa The roof of thoe lectric
In laughter. light works was blown off anl tho ma-
f At the boncluslon of the reading tf chinery was disabled. Railroad traf-
the report Representativ E. R. ORA, fie waa.Interrupted and the .stroot cars
of Dougherty, moved that an appro- were ajtopped.
priation of 90 cents be made from Many houses were damage' : by 'fall.
the treasury to pay thb expenses of lag traces.
discovering the party who had attempt- N4. loss of life is yet repo"tedt '.
ed bribery of one of the members,
and who, he was sure, from statements IMPOSING -CEREMONY.
made, was none other than Brown
Alien, the man connected with the Rev. John M. Farley Ie iOv-sted With
Will Myers murder case, Who wa th Pallium .
never discovered. Now York, Aiugust 18.- With all the
A QUEER CASE. ceremonial which tue lRoman CthJillon
l_ urch assumes on fesial ocaitlons,
Goat Eats Revenue Stamps-Chemlets the Most Rev. John hi. F'aley, arch-
to Analyze .Btomach. b:ulhof lo the New York dioceSe, was
Louisville, Ky.. August IS-A epe- Invested with the palliurn at the ban,!
clal from Memphis. Tenn., says: of the Most ,ev., Mgr. Diomoedes Fal-
The stomach of a goat is to be aniyz- cnto, apostolic delegate to the Unit-
ed. by expert chemists in an effort ed Sttatels in St. Patrick's cathedral to.
to account for the disappearance of a day .e h I
number of Unite4 States revenue Every effort had beon om- to on.
stamps, involving several hundred dol. hnceo the disgniy and sp,,i ador of th,
lars. A wholesale whisky firm sold cereiuony. tile cathedral ILieif emerg-
five barrels of whisky to a saloonkeep. luIngrotO the solemn mourning it worn
er. The whisky was delivered and a fortnight ago for the late pontiff Leo
left on the pavement in front of the XtfI was decorated with flig11s
store. The proplietor'a pet goat tte Thi prleosti and laymoan compoeing
the revenue stamps off the head of the r;uard of honor asoen bled in the
the barrels and soon after a govern- dItoctian house and mar chod to the
ment inspector inspected the whisky arcl tplscopal residence, where the
and found the necessary stamps miss- paOlates Joined them.
Ing. H4e thereupon confiscateda the When Archbisbop farle) after the
wlisky..' m narrh from the. arch epl-opal real.
The proprietor explained that the 4ef4ce. reached the main otraace of
goat ate the stamps. The inspector the cathedra he wai kmgt y (he Rlev,
dlineued to aceept this explanation. Atf FatLr N. J; Latelle. rector of the ces
ter a oocfesnce 1t* wa agreed o o kil thedral. who. presented a .rucftix to
thke goat aand examine Its stomach to him to IfS. He wak i ao blessed
locate the missing revenue stamps i with holy water and I4cen -:
order to protect the saloonist from' The proce"tMon thebf pa-sed down
heavy lne.-- the middle isle esAd wern the malit

Pleasure Party Makes Trip on Naval
Vaeht Sylph.
Oysts, Bay, L. L, August it.-The
president and Mrs. Roosvelt. eccom-
pealend by several of their children and
nothews and by Mr. and Mrs Jacob
A. Rtes, of a Rllebton $llU. I., today
enjoying a. outing on the saisti yiebt
Sylph: Ole iatd waa the objective!
point and it was proposed to have a
plcaic'lusches., Although the proof.
dent had noe Sga6meats today wfth
visitors e eipewted to return 1 Sag "
amre -113 t I0 o k '4 A this afteranmn.
tar TbmIo bohas ceptd the
p7esd ats i to witmeas the ia
Val review ad lapiettis at Mteo
day from the iok ot f se i axllary
e.iCrV lf Mayo r, wbtbch ona tat d4
will fly the w!esii' tog
W oAnd *y hi i tverwu cenItlam..
Chmeas.s Aegst 1.-A ymar-old
boy who givs-e ease a s rewy DIg'
nwar. sd v0 wasas ha tAth e *
asltt ss-dWeas t. #a t W e, tedW
-w : t o iM-Ib ta. a ti I..
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M i ilr lrlai~lt'*^ *~*:- *^lT lAw ''l'l

altar was reacBhed tlhe. choral 4of rece~
tiou was suran amo the archbishop took
'his t.- on the throne-
After pomlaocaJl aoso, eeli-- bY
Bishop Jobs J. O'Oonnmor, of Newark,
and a wmeoon by Bshop B. J .-Me
Qnald. of Rodheter. the pat.l buItt o4
avpoluttaeint wai reed by Vathbo 4
vell.. then eas-e the ret-vt of
the psapl Ibleilbg, the blmjafi(lot of
the pallia e by .gr. IP onio, -aoist
Ian a.adrts by tbie Crgy. aman .&"To"
by he Ltiy an e'ply by Arebbidt p
arry. : ,
Invetie|tlos Begun lIf Pesaistleal
| Wip(wg at Prison iPar. p
Nille1e in't ,, Ga. Avcut ..-Th

of AauI}*t Reperieteadapt Al h
of h i ttre tsim farmi. la tha wipp
pis at Mto Man emlor. OM Mas f
prflsem> eea ~M e;;gs tea
e s n is
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AUGUST 14, 1903

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""-- -"""" TATREVLT
Arbitration to Adjust Existing Differ-'
nceel In Alabama. jgs
day's session of the hoard of arbitra- T :
tion which ai to ad'ust t-heo -- 1
df forences betw e the Alabama Bulgarian
DI nunr' and coal operators, open-. ourent ibnd,*:,'
44 with a statonnont by theehalr. V, IE B d '..*
ma., Judge1 oor GoGr y, of elawmr, WERE COMP.EL BY DV HRSA1rt
regarding the iwope of thq arbitration. ..:
This itatoemeat was the result of an n
executive sein of tha. board held h
. late last oig'ht. Judge Gray said that,. ODitriot of Koritxa and Have Captu.i;
the following matters wo(ld be conaid. ed .Important Turkish Supplies IInt
ered as wtithhi the Moatt's sope: -rtr nPreutlns.
|-ight hour days; 8 conts adv.ty e tn Pr.n-Miltay
. miners' wases on the ton. with corre- toastanUnople< August 13-One hmbut .
-. ponding increase itn 1 montthly pay days; priees paid for dadi gd iat eorfvltoh Aug. 9V. aoord|isg to
or. narrow work; differential in Ama- official 'irkglta reports. The il stag
chine and plck mining; mtlniuum num- diapitthbel whi o h&av b on ommint- -
ber of days to'be worked each month; catedf to tihe .tusltanta, d AustrianRlf n4,
Sreadjustment of day wage scale; 4tt- baPlted state that the ilnuarrectlonary
ferential between Pratt mtnes atid the movement' il t oie"Ing a"ily, lcit 1
other mines. Pasha. inspector general of the ab
On considering an advance in the tan's Maiedoanltat. reftor, repots that
Swages. Judge (Gray said that the sld' the. young thEu iSn all tle rulgtianr i
Sng Ecale will be tahon up.both ln ain-. villages are Wlet0lg to the 0mountat0 n '
nIimuus and maximum, to join a06 tha nrmat bands. Many
At the conclutlon of this st.teomont among the Biuilartui petintry wish
J. W. McQueen. vice Drusldont of the to remain neutral, bi t were compelled
Blc.a-Sheffleld lteel an. iron comps- by threat to help the revlaoitioary
ny, again took the witness stand for oitmmlttee. .
,the operator. Hie said the output of hUIein Hilmi Posha, who hlas bet
his company was due to the opening ap.l'ted vail of Monsatir, r"pprt. a
of new minos. Regarding company lu-milar prhead of tWhe I'ne-tscateMt
stores, he suld that only the bat goo4s "wovrement In the vilayet oUf Salae.,
wero handled at the lowest practioable where hn tae ys, the committgC Mte re
pIri-c; that his company does not o d on the a Campaign of ma
trafflhk in store checks, and that c e. ore, icendaris a d pillage as in the
It tl extended to thrifty miners, -l, Tevtom Oe4ttr. ti in .
de.,itred that last year's wage scale lttn Montlr etnl tit the towp "I '
a ot e especially n th of Krushevo it itll ociuplet bUty the -l n e
attOer of day wage. He did not be, ugcIAnts. Four tuictt4aud -.t4ur i .:
Ilev, that awy furnace ouhld make Iron tooi-wth mtltttmy .su iantl the towi"'-
for U.50 per ton, and adtled that there and are preparing to attk, ack nd, it 4
are 460,OH) tons of irou on the furnave possible, retake the poeStion-. "it
yards In the district. Judge (n-ay lg with the roboela In progress ll' H
asked the witness many questions Weo the dletriet of Itbral, where it appewrds" i ,
:ardiirg irotM. rlcesL and production, that tIm Albstiatas ar attackl* Bti*'
s *ince thb selling prl:ice of Iron Wtwvorns arian vllagcs. --
tha wa it, of coal mtnkirs under the The Insurgelits ontiuotiude to dvastat
| ystonu practiced In this state, the district of *oritsi and' have 9 'p
t. red Important Turkith suppl ies .
ANTI-JEWISH RIOTS. provitons. Mor or les sever giitr'.:*
--- l lgI reported l t(i tthe triettt ofIc K *
Report Made By British CoS sul Gen* t,oria and lrtrna. uTh s. hunde 14i I'
oral at Odesal. surgents are taemitble obn the hei &tW':
lrx-ndon, Augustt 13.-A dtipatch fwroim between Q-I*vgvowll A 4VW Yt *wi' -. *TW l'*
the British consul general it OdMesstt ty-xal ulasLhimeI peasat e blt$. ,'
forwarding 'the report meade by thdu. naisrrtered in the village $ternitl. *
Britih vice consul at Odesua, V. o- M. Tar Prlope, by hbbe-t is s t :,ln.;t .
banquet, who wa"s *nt apoolally to gont military precauttila = beit
Klisbhneff to obtain the facti roardll U tikeu AI the town of Uklt b to pri ,
the recent' andU-wlah riot there, I tCrattted 4yDnamit itage.
published today. --* ....;.
Mr. lIosaequotq s report, which dt, MASACRO I(S VA1DI.
id July gi, generally agretMi wit th .-
.tor!re of the ooarrances eabled to- hterve*nt** nt 0 f PwW.w i Alne* Pl "
the Aaeouiated Pres. It says; Vhitt OlSeM s
The area of the disturbanced omin Bo atte, rtlgaAMlllaA nPtl .7*.Be S-l.
primed two'thlbae of the town of Kil %sh. forget l rilde |ew -eIveed-vi y
intff. Te laurder. all Monday, the second day of the htditur- hub'. Thel ll .sA!e era daily .
benes. They were rpt r .td ty gatheby l in theo maOie, d ift i# ftr /
bands of rioters i iaf lersut parts of ed thti a radW r ef,the Clristians
the town. MnyI believe they woer. tl hao ndlng -
the work of orgned company I Offlctale hbore ipres th e bllier tl t
which faet argu-is t l M of a pr the litervet-io- .- the peWes a lo
arranged ooPpi yr to etxuiamtt : 4t41% PirOs .tlfth f.e .
tAbo Jes, if this beltet fi not tro ac ti.' -h I' t imeat .be qit
re4lst0, the rtr moet be ttribatetd i s
to the. articles Io tie Deulssabete, M
t t t01rthe ,ews 4 of ho r "rhlt ti1i m
the auitsBetmttlc organ in lisbtuieff e, I tha Me t if. rtie fhe m il
to those umtonuded report of the i *wt.b., ga e e, t
mude. of a Chistlan priest to the M4 r oli ~rry e
wine drunk eartrly on Moa4dy sod to o tot'Profon for so. 00"Y
the belief whieh feeels to bave g o',s pit pof i to irring lmibajLit*h
wih the eoethaued inaction o(f the 3 laummi uete, little ovrno ,P
thort leas that the latter wiebed the oaat *t4lp is Paretyl, li t e'iti r t -
Jews ito e fasessred oba h r eir or slto .ol ar ai pgi ee

red i t' A4parently. ae9ia s .s -.. lat ti S Mm4%i* e **ii
.4 among te lower classes that ti m. gen^b;s.o th fe li d.' da o's
J ws oulht Wot to be In a Haj it .d~r i cht, At, pvesent: .i.
TM local atrthortltes tak 5o *Afe Ie Shoulld tm v the
tve.step to stop the iots, -he ai i l. isyt f toi^ ilt to.
dits were pa.elve if 8net M ethe. 5a Slg ,ig tles
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o oml on^ ered and seutelced to
I .e eitan o F ruit a"d Track Grower
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o apbmi he lust beau GotedI by the1
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en ert thbat the
00 Wle OOcatte clases o.
S meas the .ttrie move
oe'te only tfor th Mnel-
| ^|boted,,iiUons, but alwo
SMte le gorunveIrnmeti
* ttln, it B added, are re

Sol'tl W ireeao e
tssual e 41co'er*
"a f*ed torotding tiscoqr

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bt or ques-tim, no
tter w yoM 7 re.

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~raud at '~aR~.
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Ii Safe and Sure.

tIoy's Kidney OQur
Ite iot obstinate cases of,
r and bi4der diseases.

l the: kidn 6W .with'

tlo ,tssues.

ii iDiseas
n .. tir a

Iw drfu1 CUrtiv .
dt4 t p .t medicine



Second Oay*' i ailon of ArlAl
"do at 5irmtngham.
Hl4imlnKliin; Ala,. Aunutt .lA
tho olenin of the geoodl ^ e ,*< i
of th0 arbittratloA board Whicbh 1 I.,
seomhled to -settle tbe 4lUte.re h.
twev' the Altuimam ouo mlnero ap
oportc"rs on waolfti."d O1 r e.lUt*
tlo.s, % large attendams ncAto mtnii
o pperatorae aud others wai irWqt. Jwii
.George ry, of. Delaaire, ehfrniba
of te board was m iW~ praWmpUtly
Atid tAll0 the "b4rd to order.
Th he tarins of th tftlUniouy on p'art
of tho mi Wrs wmit r-egar4 to to ci0~
mndsovter y sya sis. or: coMo.ay .torte
it- the ata, m. wioeb :bwin.t ,sNpeap
afternoon, was opntnue4d, A aubl
of miners teok the wititHes tait4 snd
Stfi, -ith re Ward t to th0o worki*i.
of. lio mystmo I. o rmer. to in tpotrt he
cot-ntnuon of the o sp*e for semM
nmontlily pay drwy irteOi t1 det rewat,
. 4 :totheiR welfar-. lth pitnirm, wt.
Soosow6ls errteu, the wa. Mave to tiade at the
a: etls bpowt r-o oor u .e o ,to

Stone Ito, .ma Ob..irma OrWn. e|i
t nhe wonto.h si ot f.tt. .
ties 4 i tihl i11t ti6os'ne4lmI the erttlra
E tlo tSe and DrtW.a x
e Fod 4A ato prnorolnenf 4ru
a awt Roekl aH sBnieonx Jy., w write
,re Wr , d p IM. a. ..B.
B igj 'p i~ r.for i Hqebine for the
% hr o u. I oomers, wm e o raeid
I sh .4 : setse .nd we are

wT WWs a 7 MwarWe v. -4 W. W I
pIir~uW ib resonsendla.g Hherb
SotUstle *tJohueon Bron.
tKnoxvtel. Tefli. Assiitt 1-A*
*ontereae of coal operators wlh
hers o the ITo fted Ihise Wp
tao fAmeiriee of Vsreip
vs. 4eae.:d bater. ft(i ahgi
the purpoU# Mt consider1ag a
eier r.rTbe zest set #
a da Tea 41w14 -

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no El Mioun, s)
cleoar tl meIi

1 amno pn'st the tK'oi
owe all to Br,:igs
It; .qrely Jvg4 KiX
at. ourie I. gateratied
!4 lng disease5 bll
me Ir and iiy

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- Nii 4 4sitht~iwi^ |q
bst*i $bere have a$io

ill on sold taa beexioIa
Wt* pea, Irngh md J.Os~
Spt~i oo,
Ao and a doen o uOitf AA

|^ d\ |es bte RI ted~
tai^ qa toinedet the alf
eng ben 8hspaphtilse !a
Of a large: crowd o::4o u

s'atwey has be k on4a
4 $8per inch ad $150,000
sIt ibetd Ahat Brtmsh rai t

1;e tlmea ubo6ly as those k

4 brca b
its ditg te Foth tore.
^tob^li ~Tito^ :14S
klyn belae 40sh $9.700 In
It t l0.<00 toos of iron were %

bldin .
Chinese medlionB ootalaing or to*i
^..,toes,; betedfi; *do~wn sa4 ;?d%
ttby blxanaburile underground ^
6 oo, f yeqta figured |a t

omants are bo 44 made th ii e-
oh has ben immersd tt
gporatve qualities and thgear ^M%
(a than1^^;^ coltee rmthet^

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|4^Arrsts to Fo0w

|ii a ",)y s w. yeste-'

i a Jowhe rib. pnelyt.,",
_0; was held oharglsb ij

I 'isca .ed all hi satoo
Woit of Walter Iall, wihq
ron Wednesday for tHe
l0off pn a light bond of
a 66e Aion of the gran4
fall tepit Aft the lr, dou
U *ooUs has been sold
SitW ibn4 county for 'th*
ths, apd i.naemah a s

)t etbt'ey OWanbe hnp.
o thie ron o thi o
ld- wh^1.^i dnetiesseu hav.
t ~$ps clkH beer mandt
l u :oe a drunk. kthe
!eJ.l will probably bring
S.iit ese lenders wlatbin

a.y^.. pr"opoe' a t
lI, Ga,, August 1i.-v41om'

iqmdavefw.t sthe ef4 *
'^rtty efcekp~d. wci .wre.
adog. '?e guard wari a
rTq leigtb of terms **d
Sim es oulu4 !1tc be as*

rof T elti Owm.

apirles ofn. tAeieW in toh
go to teBtt ic(*ttttyo,
fvtjthib at the people *of
iaptaQBerman. wtile the
VIp 'wr. ^.ther' lapguages
u iatlRy French and Ital-
( 1 hg as a role
tbhyp ofthe peo-
lie dpcumet. andwl notfepa
Ite bt'^wtech and (er-
l ept9, or aittlomas
*he blxe^sherw make their

t* the rnewsIM

h:e t be-

kst 1ZI9: Ikighedor$I* rf 'w

pq~e~tW ^ueathe Klasses

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bWel)tes Itfte~t~ilDob.
Webfet's) heret
ta3ces oonasta| ,w^'fl
work acnd wQ W r,

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o^ the ZB~aghishb^~sl~ o~4
ObOiw diotlohlarie tlAlow Web
ster lead..
It in the tayoritt wit~h dge
FSolK~aTdnoatoPrnerl,e o.
A postal cr iltl yu
iiittewestfag speolmeu p- ge.on

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Situated on, the. Jaolioville ao
Southwestern railroad, selevenA l
north.of the towb oft Atu"l*eab us
est sOlphor in :Foioto .nOw "h
ntisap,m Kidney a' .t St VFle flashing and hutliag. irst6rt
tabIl fare. :Rates $4 I- week. *PO
^bah :: *;. /.* : : '\

Jacksouifll, iae
" :' .. "'Y ^ .., I

otton, Stock &ille. Gra

Poivate lAaled w*re Nom York, Qhl-
OQO anid l'w Orleans. Aeoavnt hxoo
d41d on roarglp. Referenee iNatlonal

fio Arnd's -Saloon aPCION
Jaiksoow'Il1. Florid*

4ta* kxselhantsu LuiaLs from l to2 p m.
old. AIlffi~lspvqwf-olodl*^ *:'
ta-o Rut

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Outlitter to rt|cular Mt.ot' (a ItI' Vll I

mnen who wish to dr,4*
go unboit WgIf to

N .,- r . el e"I- the o wmoe -Clol
Wold/ taiet. by 0ette rnees oo.^ j lta)

|.. :::. 8 Olt~ ii

Staple and Fancy roceries,

')00U1r 8133 SQUA lR, s. GAINZSYit&Q. VXOf&WA
Highest aarwket prIe paS4bf tc&0I~ens Brta. sa other PrsAux
A ot lok. 1.' ,o) O WL" M '

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0 te roy was eoft .Iw t

b 'wtier4f iiF.lnneSQwtlutl iniii N yAqt^f ch
I jost tie ling 6f, f
at wads he obarg^ing1 wo

J^4 Wenesd'ay for the
t light .-bondo tS I
!ai4~+*O tito, of the graad
t1ofall beh t, the rouit | Oi it |

oo.. -lbasbeoot-t, ieid1' I er
ath e Io L inasmuh, s G e.' eo *c taph |Q

p 4lalogol very mn lworU aIndwr

Stey a be h oke
,t p f. o one tingTA N :. ..

Swi~, ..ba T W ..':,
kw aioe i ke a er a u Stry.
Wb, .
epm~f Ioni Pbabnbring Oer 14a.tionqrles fllow. W ;

a From Convict Pay. interostig peeaune pagt oo.
t, Ga., August 12.-4 et
apedi tlromn te prt.,on G. &,C MER,, IAI O *PA
F 'O0ere all p iow: ,g cor-
"At A;t :the enAd of the I S i

. n n l1ezia oul lr lnot be aE lBs 1' I

~0 '' Athe .'.
T TIN). A W",ep. to.o,

t#,t y -* ,* ). . .. .*- ,
Sa~ emwan wi. e the
Su th who.M tto:ge t w y
bihtc doctamnts and notftas Situated oo the Jacks%#vill. aP4

1 ^otireds, 'or"oatonai north of the town ofl4 Meiobu 4
~t^WN s ;^ t e $s- stlpbhr in o Fla F&.I J htx
or GUermta tiow", Kldoe y ju s,4 ke5 ii ble ,
I^ ^e PiIne fishing and huntifh. A. 1t*M

e T. A;. A Oft b:

Jackso.ville, Vla.

@SSi*? m, t o* terlfwA .hI Po te *essed wire. Ne York, hI.
(lptiatt ) AfitY g a e, ago ud New Orleeais ,Amweouw*s hin.
rF tete ito d 41ed ou m RTereule., Natioual
4 Tseh soItile, lo"d" A

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