Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01957
 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 23, 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: VID01957
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
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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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noess Said to

That the Rusian
;titacid WiU, in ANR
eiIy, lve in a Few Daysm
i '.ttra .
S$^2 .1-Ofticial advices
.l;AA* sq"lTOn off Inladi
t6pl vt Terkish waters with-
K '0l4 ~is h the Turklsh
E" ' g^i at adequate assur.
SV t wit 1et all the Russian
w o'f the" warships will
4*1 to TuArkey's assuromees4
t a*s4.'sdesire to avoid
iK mh.*Ppear to Bul-


;wr Not possible in Tilrkish
AuguArt 22.-tbhe Turkish
.*ei d at ".the- -oreigo of-
Sto mae Inqulvies regarding
sit;,: thst it ,wa the Intentidon
6 rte!r- *to sake a. Joint naval
4ttltion in Turklhh waters and
tew a protest itf anything of th-e
was coemipllted. The foreign
lt',ai:s' qade it" clear to him
ihtt" JBritSin ,ha#'taken no c-
.t th. oha4raer;.\aid4 it. appears
lly iWo Willl refratI from car-
o `t their decision to dispatch
4pa to Tuirkey as the Italian emr
4.1 ys no report of their depart-
As 'et betL, received. Thits Is
by the embassy ta iJndicate that
|$e ;beetn dev6eoPinents striking
@"p inadvisable or unnecessary
presetit 1s0o5 t1. a p "htthp dtte
I T~la aca ptand or the Rusa.
',*,. swihleh wai confirmed at
wileb hem.bassy. .
eMi#gotiations respecting Mface-
.arT conddttrfed on the continent
R" Secretary. tjandowne- and
of the ambassadors being away
L on : ..
aiTurlbLsh z ambassador leaves
1n itnorrow for the country
Vh"h Will remain for 4a0me days.
r diplomtatA pdlot out that the
t-for. a settlement of the Mace
i question outlined by the In.
debt Belge yesterday could not
aroved by the powers. as it is
it t6at Turkey would novp r smb.
S peaceful oco.patioun of the
(45' -sdI the Dlarguhellrs, A
al sai ad this could only

I- L r
rtetlaW* With *sowing Made by

o Shsamrock U's perorm.n
9K!ees the wowiag" onvSeuton
# is r tnaebe of reapturing
4ee'u v'.p uder any weather
l. 'the *ODBateud papers
uset yterday's aorttvi race
i ntothing t thq respective mer.-
to t9o boats, but *ter qds~t

4pot tualfn the xpseetaitonet
t'eilalor lnaa lMatIwrt and
| C 'prtatn Burm beiu to have

.eto. < :aa dY t, tn view
00k w York H lcrtl

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r aus~PcTUo *lrP Viu~t TEIiiNG

Expecdltion ,-0St.elbly Wet in Sq.9
of abultou oQ .;M l ''
obioa. i August s02.-vThTr0th
toiay as ,tlhat s* men:t wttio t d
away rOi hicago a ye ao:'i.ti
search of a gold mine in 'the oil4la, r4k
now under arrest at TrwkIe, island,' t
the West Indies, -aspectfl-e f iif
busterint Their arrest and tihi d49
tention of their schooner Meury "uy
been laid before t'e secretary

Charles orrtgan, a 'Texas 'teoelim
came to Chicago last fall, watched s
'allors for a month avd then t'oK
five men into l'hi confld4ece.
Corrigan sa ld he had a map ;bhw-
ing the location of a goltd i:ta ertv
Ing 'that of Kny I.Solomon. Hit 1 0ir
was that its discoverer had been rLv.
en out by natlveCl aid w'ihen he doe4
on a ranch he gave the drawlnoC to
Clrrigau. ,.
The Merctury sailed for New O-
leans In October. It was to e a e 'th
gulf of Mexico and cruise "i~long
coast of South America to Pat g ta.
Charles Hardin was the master Mnd
owne.r.,according to the ship's pagprt,
and 'EmiI Von Boroucke was the flrat
,When the Mercury crept In the har-
bor at Turks island the American an4
British consuls discovered many erau
Spiclouis circumstances. The schoo-
ner hacd papers fb. m Ohi ago. but
could not account for the time which
had elapsed alnce they had been taken
out. Hardin was no longer master.
The vessel was held pntil the bual-
sens of Its owners could be Invieatigat.

Brown'* Lawyer Charges Con-ditin o1
SPaper to Murney.
New TYrk. Augustt 22.--1ktWard MW
hepi4r4,' counsel tor Oolopol Willinam
Brown, owner. of t40 shaves of the
stock of The Daily Niews orporatlon,
asked the tspereme court today to
gran in' InJtontlo~ t retftrgnin'ge ith
sale of tho Daily N#Ws. whitck. ha been
advertised to taka, place at public,
auction tomorrow':- -
In his remarks- to the court Mr.
Sh arrd saW that for many Year's The
Dagly News Was oun at a prtoft of
$100,000 a year, and that the year be.
fore Mr. Munsey acquired pomexseton,
The News mado a net profit of .$7200
and had in Its treasury $90,000.
"Now,' a.i- Mr. Shepalrd, "that $90,.
000 has vanished and the paper owes
$295,000." mo
Mr. Rushmorc, counsel for Mr. Man.
sey, said that the sale afhouk not be
enjoined. He maid that gthe paper
was wrecked before Mr. Mnaney a.w.
quirod Mrs. Wood's stock. D1elA ot
was reserved.

Negro Cut t o Wide Swath in High Ger,
man Octety.
Berlin, Aanuat- t.-Mun'dv Akwa ,
negro, from t OCameroons, casillu
himself a princL who baa been viAt
Ing with high official society at Kiel
and H1amburg, was arrested tpody. at
Hamburg for not paying a $1.750 hotel
The prisoner speaks ngsilih. sand
German 'dpuirably. and wrote th
Cameroon language for the tintructnoo
of the Oriental saemlary for laguaoef
in Berlin. He obtained xtalImw
ereed4t In Hamsbtrgr by. saying be was
waiting for an audtnnce with tbe rea.

Caleb Powers' Trial.
Georgetown. Ky., August ,-.-tn ae
Powers eCae today the 4epoetloe of.
former eGver"or W. 8 ?Tlylor, the
reading "of which was begut yetertday
afternoon, was coicluded. The cOutrl
excluded 15 questtM s aeted au t eo-
vesatlonw with W I. Oooiton; ,t.
his (Tiy!er'u) reaiou. for pardoslni
eOieb Powurs; Is yel7t5id kc(Iplex*
io of b rse genersta embi eto the 160 .
.se*lic. the l4tg o fiMs e'rtiifat@le of
eiectlon sad ht* reasons, for lsevtse
the .tau' of eawtaScky after bes it
dieted, Thpe wet. the b cot
income et .

K vot'saee Ge4ore UwpovnOfW, *
.Nw Verb1, Asse:t 9a.-'t' comes
to w or forMrO W. 0pt ti s 0s0
B.ntt is l.drovti& dNe oin di.
atches W 00. p or
to endi *I Zd

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Qffplail Says Thy Cap ,
*Poe a Yacht as $(th
o .or England, ajnd Stie
:Can Conme Away WinflngI
Yw Iork, A^ASt aiSl
"nt 'O-ams'er "ts T'iahh
aTwphecia Japhaee oawry. n
his plans. Japan will; lf
in ti e natt contest ofr toe

here to see t rtruulae bwt-
Itbterest hASxanelal re i i
to prepare at 6oneW
a racer to eate gheg V t
.tao s. "
"We can build ut in
*Ithbr AmerKs ok BnDl6a0.
"'ad you laay b1% sIre Ith
next International 3yc{ r
will see the Aag of JBWnT
the winner."


Complainants Claim $61,000
gomery .StretRialv
MontgOimery Ala., Augqut
suits for damages i.hi've.. P
the city court of MOIltPbht'i
the Moutgomery Street '-it
damages .claimed a6munltit,

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uY" Ar J F'ii

Per a Ti.* o Threateot$d Serleu in'
SPIft jury to Revenve cutter,
SU r Ne-oW YeOk~ Aigust 22.-W-th a lt)i
9t chktau grn plunaing froW aide alt
o w l s d threxto-ing' t tet* 'of(f hbl
ley Will P pl~te with *v,.ry lunge. there was
quite :a bit of exctIlenxot on the rev
i. ene cutter' Grosham,. while she h Va
. YACHT, on patrol duty for th yacht race. Butl
for the bravery of thd gunner and the1
uilsd 'Just m ber of the crew of the cuttri

er Amert-
ves They

f I.toutn-
ire, of the
ca rr.y out4
a yacht
A merIca'W
who came
oonI) 04LMG
. he 'will
1s country
ii1ldit off
a boat a

at at thk

Usblag On

of Mont-
n iflh d In
ry agalizst
ilway, the
g to $51,.

Thp filrt sultl. was filed by conltnld
for Mra. L.ui Walter, hlwr an executrll of the estate of I tierit Wa&l
terms, the ypmung dent auOW who wA
killed by a car of the o M ugvin"ery
Street railway at tho epri.' olDex
tor avenue uand Law r'. atrteet, wo
July 16:
The complaint avers that ti lenth
*t Rupert Walters was naosed b int,,
Iiteance of ant empillye of the Mtte isg in
Ory Street railway a ear. It (i frithler averrn, 1 the comnt
plaint that the ..cr wa.j l4e(ig operate.
edLin violation of throe ,.'* 'v tordittteed,
aro of which prohlbltt rucitln with
defective brakes, and a. third whrlhc
provides that car shall b. regtlarlyy
injpectWe every tWo we<>' ,t by. the city
elc ltrelan.
The other s'ilt was fn!d by jGrantL
Patitlfer, who Ce&asis $I 00 tdainx ie
to hlit.tslf, a tetam of mI~I, and a
wagon In a collision which o.ecurroI
b -tween hlmaeef td wc. N of the. Mon t
amery street railway in June at the
comer of ILawreae and Mimps street
ind for wlhith he claims tbte/ar co*y
thkny is rahepotpglb1 -)
SBotf 'ulti, w;irn .b ter 4r' tt ,
Rtotbnr rall of the tvi' I 41,ut, C ,
the city outt of ( r u-ery..... .

*1GO0A,0 I, A IN ST U.Utfr.I
Firm De)ah6g In Surgicl't tuppl(044
SalNera Loss. \
St. Louai, August 1*.- rM.e It4ng.
occuptetl by, A. S Al. v &6 0t 4ealsw
itt optle' l supplies asnd urgti tItrl
*at"is 4 at ,14. NoOrth Brod.Wy, .was
gUtted by .re airly today he total
les is etmnated at lo. )o; partly
ly tInsured

atdolning, uierd from dmagT by
water (
Mrrisg theb r& a water t ower feit
"arO the street and s rabId Into
t TT, J ,.fI.eld Ahte *stor' di 600

^IV' Arps Death Mourly K.gee d
AtnalA. 05., AIgesQ 41topwf:
froa tbe b41ed4de oft iM&P O. arlt I.
jlbth (5ig Af wet(o i0 r1t te

4. 43,14, 4 s ttlswiib sa
tant illso s( t teat Mea5 r a.-tb e

eastsfK at bfa spf d a ae 4*, *5
that tbh4 (.at$st' I bhara'dy giI4 tl~ts

t < 0 H *ft Aeleg 1

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Trial Ia Utwl


Crowds at the P4lase 00

the ltmight have bn astro. Mu A64mente as the ..'
cage'No caus"thi Mio;.
In transport. not cxionfttitloti a pr c t 4,-
of tbhe Amament, but Intended tol ',interea
one of the ocean going revenite cut '
eti. It had boeea dropped on the Parti Aui t r1"Pub1eb .!nS.t
lower deck anid apparently nobod, s growUng. on tntenses e ,t$tat :
thought it was worth while to lash It bW t trtl 5 *Agrlta 14 clOe, M |
ecurely. t" e ctrowte s at thel palace of jt. t
Tbi.) Orrsha, which was thie flare W*. l '.auitented today. :
ship for t M1 patrol. was tying ngeat te0t ithe beeril expe ttion s I.'tI
thu outer mark, where a heavy wall : iftpte wfll. reached tonight t.:y
a- runnitnK, At tImes whe rolled r ottt .ottaid0 belle e that the adto
heavily that her rattle :almot wNnt ov iate genetA" *.i reply to Matb l '
'dlw water. It was amid thiA rolll twl, td dlJtip for the d efe ni* ,-
ieoua. heard the crashing dowc thu'ps4 tpo.lk th, Verdtct -Ulntil to
beow gind felt the treinoro psaatnl moow'
through the cutter as the gun itrtueb A.on:3 th s have served .
her heavy I av id..- plces ;ar th tie lo. today:: wasl :*
'Thstt flpte -kis tgun has hrnk ora u t tile* predeit o'L
loo. dowas beiow. and the captat eltli Ietabwbph .ante4 bj
iays if y Ou don't want holds linvy thU VemItt1l :i li*i: '*,
0 thklee ,ofi the cutter you'd bettor gel '-Ma tre .Abt4frtolatite ";i 1 bla4it e .
your men own there and tic It up." r the fMSea t" tt the Ii
Thia ws Kio stAlrtlingo mesMare p >ur or:ditors haoaw /Atihiigb Rt0-*P
ed Into ter: Oa t gunner by oni 9O"eo swold .be1 tIiAWllBw, oihIi
'ot thebcrw iat carqtcltJtr whioi aat .*
'he t&unitrn made for rh ovotpamnlos tt V ;
#wy, Asb he ran he 'calls d tobl4 -a4 wrels l(od .through tlIe preppturp,. .",
aietamno sOme of tLi crew, t16ling therm *o tloat of re hf nia .. l
to bring ihse," With evry roll of the '
cutter the bg Sgun wxn rt *eraatilngj t ITALAIjINS' TA. :
port or starboard, flHowfuig tieo listing '- "-
of the tmoat and thiroatenitiAx with deq arsmatio StePy Reventes Ravate. sa'
anybixty whow gt in ita path. The "/
rolls were so- cloe together that the o inihraliAlk, A1A it A ,.--*14 t
neon worei,kept busy dodgl ls. MAnlPy vetotiKationt .f th1le moler i' I4i "
Tmes they rlskted their lv~. p .trying vstOat riStl tha Hl wh, .at
to fase n the line &ad eoaouragod b. toiwi. W 'ith *' b "r otk bJ l#
the brave niAmpl c4t -by th.e Mta shot' woind at Pa tt -rnt .
teWW, they lrtal ntil t.'in.y thes mornitsu ahot 4 t' 30 clock.
bhad tMO g, a1U U otroli all 1tti *0 as Pa-rts i Onl Salvator gaw
securely could d4o 06 mare hIrmri n haVe om. aeros' a 10 MInaat 1 0m4
Thou han.-.s of two men waer. Iwnjred *a .Isno, wilt Mr. Gtat no ale s
slightly in the struggle.. piay be o" of th. e Gardit.i brotj er :
^*- ^al l o, sho t 1a4d killed. It- o0eets of t
OLANS FOI0 MORTUARY CHAPlR law I ofx atr ago .t the alty o *4
SsaeqIin, 1, it lu. y. in .e0 ettit theIr:- 4
Long *olatd To HMave Imltation of An eI. ftIm 4.'t,. i '-A" k Otu o
clent Catacombs. D isc.i_ fm e s ae e
eNew York, August 82 -An arfhitectle oa sla f 1
has completed plans for a mortuary th betig bOr.IdS as l
cleiwl In Calvary coneteryr. oen LoMns 'ur by, oa ,ora of od: .ier6ma.4
Land. -with an 'underground cavern fo toot ow. a t
the burial or pr-lets. roh hk'mbhllns Obtra im _.. a. sh
eta-ombnh o0f Rome. was Brefd oro the .. of the
The hie Is one which Arehbiao dier
Parley .t(anceivjd whlwe t !-avelll rat lt la i .w
HRo .-. shout two ea ttr s,. It C d pt
ourred to him that the areS s...b of .irm sab... .. '
d4o0es0 of New York, with Its large o al )cg SA '
tabeor of prieSts, should sav# 4me. : i
.utct place f -r their buelat.' i* T Outwsrdly, there wiltt be Mttla in In w te cIpistW t jidi
ItltaLe thie toe of tbo evtst'rWofm.b it rGt./1c t i '
0-tla'; liteia,01d that ,t .ihapel b#l6, hrff e t Ee0.rI*t"
stand ov"r them. The .vea, .i'-"t

,space wotoi two ares a o r" be d*N arrSt, Obrg4:W t.t. .....
tow tts~t erfe. The wal s will be "t 0Wa I b. t* ;" ""
iIhould the ptans bte crrfeld e t (reprssentet *

0m4, t approesh to anything of tho
Mud atOits at. the asot orthy is stltw Is *W M :.
Pa0stosm sooaks Wet Teat o t
U -d"r t. lut.itu.o. the.e is tT.ret W; i, S.
WadPw d a ut, -P-ow hO, W "xWgt
tBie tH t h bapel. II Q t, t .
*t0ked i twe h*abit of thait owler-- *' ttwe 545 4 lipratsr
tae sast Xsa1te io tie Oatbt
sfobeh-4*r.e OttBg bris. t)e 1 *
1I eTistoM of As dgiepofag od the bor tiS, F O22

age besee of tile lega. la taa is .

L Aii AtiSt SW-Sa lk rtLry ports to*
td ra %' t *s to sK- ta eBhlp, : N. i* '


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Air 77:inr 7"7

ing the highest average
eiwiiiati oio, 44 at the
th, same was -twh.ad to.
100 Moogfty on ndr,
sMed the- most reditable
K7a|bkintt of the matter Prof. fol"l
Wlo4okoneeion to compliment, this
p^B~p|ain Vry highly, waiting that
Meag ran ve* ,htg.. p h
-Not, Oves-. Ws .
e oan old alegOi q1 piotie of

sfm:)wI th ei et ap

ai- u." the P hlf' MMl ke Offer*

bOwteIas Aug t T... hoe .S- u '
S~ ebturtb 6.r Aut.. Tof. Aneone
0,i 0a to ". l dy s e o Is
b wourd a s 'rtitipile n the os r
.dl ses. Foto stiea t awatdrgi #thnd

; eou t ; i i Pce 'M'ilo ikp offter"of
N.Tt8r.Anltin r t. If&61s. -T oi.

r tod Wiltg or A fw T. H r4xrAftn

g h :^ would b6 Um3nT 1hi li mi; lels sl

p r os b at Ye41 a c the 01i r. i tos: ;t.

Aws. Av n asle t a & *jton iuvacton

qt Upo. w^i, Upo nyeaxc
Mh"roan to

14 U~riga bat.

nldhging Qid aNo r 0roIl
6f 1 -. aO., 1ip4Mgt ,;' .re 4

e in r to6flO4 w tin t.als
Wtp"b oo t WO0intla O and
*Thz.e* i i s ';l pftl.rzin ..roe
"a c: tt... It ap aev r a ine

S Who'a o i spb n e w pre* wI,
be -lukt atn'da labor brought In, The

b.aV eru that' thee i
tha"-0, h* beein reiit ato Atto,

Iasaioe boast. The new permnejint *oorp

vApp n ,e1: Rel. "IPver.
W tinrgton, 'Augusst B2.-ohnit \&
Soho6;ed has been apopiated. weceW
or th/ Naveiaak Nationat bapk 'of
d w)ask., N. .m., to rpllever Bp* i*'
'aitatt W. A. Mason, who was appethi
ad re6otver temporarily 'when the bante/
wee 4Zos0. Mr:. .Bohofleld wlt;ilte
as soqn a the assets ea ,

taut Al ht trt4ss tha efectacta of t *$r

wheB the s1' tk her.

iowe nd4 Oh d comtrActs today

*:f will (u Iah 18,000 tons,. on-

'so^ lRie'wtife and tl5pm pre hot we*
limE nty better e otip.h
Jasper-VOey lene. Rnt M to moahtn
better. egiasu-Ltt > _

.lu T ulattatwL^*:; ;..M^ .: -: -

dealing *i n the world,
iwd, of Hic NeoW.r. O. wrifti.

Swc.AA T RE ~ i( Sv* Bce (Mt. t
FSoA TEEJ a . ot

Situated on the Jackonville and
8Outh opternir rallroad, eleven miles
north f Ihotoiti of Alach.a. Strong-
eat "elph u In Florida. Cures Rheu-
Imat i0m, Kidney and Stomaoh trouble.
fiAe fishing and" hunting. First-elage
table faire... RUte t6 per week... Free

Ohe Fi rida
Fruit and rTtabkeGrower
* : ; r,.&l... e w ...... .. 10.

devoted epelall.y to the interests of
~lotruid *ndvegetable grower" of

'A special t.riak iubtri-rtion of usix
months wlt A't. on receipt of 2.
cents*. Stam tke "

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neton for t, atee, eeo ad Saraota, on 81, except
Satxd at',roz 0 e. -
Tra eM St b 9ap, drawing room betll n ; p.
Tampa, JaeksonvHJe and .~e* York, via ETehm1ond and Wahton. Vesti-
Jbule4 day cok between J onvnile and Washingtnti, vtfi ltokn6d. :Cafe
'N..66r8oar&MSdti, bsggage and expreB.-erB be-
tw-.ei onirlimnandom Pullmaseepers. be-
tw eenol a ek*on*i I#se. ~ ** ^A[ yav V*l- ;. a
No. t tark r Lrospe, Alaohuai rd, annee and
inter'medlate' nolntuah *dbAtcne with Earl Bird btanOh.
ITosd 0 an' 67, 'ltnaisleeper between new Orleans andl Jacksonville.
9 oo. .I.:. . . . . .. .* b e-.
wan hers o S t aana.-Leav, Aort mpat ridaleys, Tuesdays
E. O. CTOQBB Tiket Ast Ge. Ps. Agen, ackrnville, Fla.
R. 0. 0O3, .Tiokt An .ac11...

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Callin at OhawIet o ioth ways s.

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At I E olsn WaW
,h 'jxth Round-
rlns oif Executive

' olfl O Ghhairman
: u the County Diwm-
-Oommittee cou-
i-7lg whether or
iUtd1 to -hold & pri-
n o( \ anucessor
'I \Assessor Bell,
hat.it was decided
v to select a suit-
eepmmandat ion tO
tarappoQntment to

il!hed in the court
sU0ed to order prompt-
sy Chairman Me-
^ i iAiwl the purpose of
: o o. H.ib-
or a his place and aa
tih~we at. following:
4t44o not present;
mB;., M.a Blitch;
A^ah^io^I1#~not present;
QOW Creek, J. H.
B ^rteknton, -- Mar-
v^iaiCesville, J. MF.
,fr i erdfct 8, R'Hiawthorn,
ol d; l Pre.~1it 9. Island
X. K^tgPtntooiect 11, Arh-
lB reinet 12, Arre-
S^ .. Vetiable; :Precinct 18,
ish, J Dehea; Preoinct 14.
44 A. A. MqRae;. Preoinet 15,
f ?.,. Zelley; P cinot 16,
+ Tew o, M. rner; Preoinot 17,
SW IA. trioekland ;'reoinet 18,
.-" A Osteet; Precinot 19,
.6| i to, H; 'Hat) Precinct
i t ping A. E. Summers; Pre-
lair. T. A. Gay. Pre
S.4he calling of the roll the
i proaeeded to get down to
: Ieh. first quest tion before the
Wg +w the advisabilty and Prae-
iTy otf anitg. a Ttimiy.. ThiWs
tiras disuswed freely by many
aWk of the q mmittee. both for and
, sa prlma.'r, aatd some good ar-
We. were made by both advo-
l*4 opponents of the primary
ire. The ,principal argument
t the holding of a primary was
nUse at whi4bi the candidates
oh placed, and another the fact
tlaig to the season of the year,
umirs were busy andd could not
hi time to go to the polls. A f-
*.idterabl* debate on the. ques-
tAiiittieenman Blit8 h of LaCrosse
a relixtlost as follows:
h l it is itplpreoticablo,

eot. .ooiii '" g, ,was
before th b eetng

etIVe i9t betg eAst by
as Venablo of Arredoado,
to the steettag that hi.
lts rcd a primary and so
Bd him to vott .
St be

t Wp IIii ms 4 ovedo o psoed ande

atas ma-
eld be 'a-
@t of*a-
sst.s >. A.


r. Lr. s s. s .ad. of Q...gars in e . w d.

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0'Y .n,,-oInaturs* o
oeedivbe to-His Etoellewoy.0,
it migh- t, be aid inwonlioi tiaI
the 'M'eet-itigwas oharironious onue,P .. .

Thqro was no unpleasantness, no T .
wrangling, and altogether the actionn .. .. V A,,, .. .
in recommending Mtf. COlsonQn seene4 Abstra~ts of T Oiteanmd\ if ,Arormatio furntrlhed ga rd~jing lands in this
tomeet the approval of both t.he drom- keouohty. O R1On r ha* I* 4 1e ti hiis "oti(1hit41.4i 1ar1 nu.d
nittee andi the public. \ tihoaOghly ,verat with lad ts.
* / Physicians and DOruggistis. .. w "w "
For4d Sturgeon, a prominent dr3ug 3. T r
firm at Rocky l1ill 8ttion, Ky., writes .
"We. w ore requeted by Dr. B. FIR, AGCOIDENTIB 1laGI. \KI AND ND DNEMNIT, ITNSUIUANgK, IReproe'
Snigel' to send for Herbine for the seatingi aitbn AeI a an Ind sh companies.
benefit of our customers. We ordered A .1 .SiATE AND IT.OL -
three do.en iin December, and we& ate glad to stay., ferbine nhas given woe b o h l i ....... iii+i," .1 1 : i :^^.L.l. ... __ L -.J + : L U^ -, ---- i *.
great Satiufaotion .that we ia6dpl-,.
ate this order thr'oe ean idng tod
e y ve.Your. ssa9l2Jfl another order
We eg to say Drd. a. h Sehle aekes
pleasure in renonivteiding fHerbine"' '-
-... .,rere a .. .
ooo bottle at J0ohnso"n.1 ..... 1_ S -f
Installation, Srvices.
On theocasiPn ofthbq isttiotdu ati n
Rov. M M.Flejag I 144 tor M 1St
Moriah Baptst ohuroh olored a
week's uerviees will begin at that
church tomorrow evening. The proI 8 .d Attend....
gram will comprise sermons and ad .
dresses by some of the leading colored .
ministers of the State, and a .poial
feature will also be the. musia, the
ehoirs of several churches having com-, ; ea. J n: V
bined to make this feature psrtleu- ,
larly attractive. .
The public is cordially invited to ail 1 xpees ar. mod1rate. Irstrnctio and diS.
services,. ciplne uot U'riOlSAed in the South.
..e Paralysis.."

Cured Paralysis.
W. S. Baily, P.O. True Texas, wrl4t
"My wife had been ifftoring five yiai
with paralysis in her arm. when I w
persuaded to use Ballard's Snow Lin
Anent. whioh eured her all right.
haVc also used it for old sores, fro(
bites, and skin eruptions. It does th
work."' 2., 50o and $l.OO0 bottle's
Johnson Bros.
Mr. Jackson's. List.
L. W. Jckslon, who has kindly ek
erted himself in behalf of the KItb
Smith Chapter monument fund, fUl
nishes The Sun the following Hst c
0. S. hamnberlain, Taoma .... 8 $6
W. P. Shettlewofth, Evins-ton -. C
W. W. Jokon C
T, 0. Uswthori, Haw&ho~i;.. I C
R". Ht. nitb,. H ,wth orn.. \
J. E. rhou,, ,e.,PolkI .. &
J. W. lbherbouse, Polli- f .
B.F. Dyr w, R"e. .
Hay !4 vwr Seaon Here.
ictiWs of this annoying disease wi
ezperixensteg abtonoft, by taking Fo
ly's* Honery atdTar, las i sto ps d
cult br kthing immediately and hea
the inflamed air page0"S, and even
It abould fll towoi l it li giv
in*stan relief. et e* nber the namn
Foll's Hoe su. t y 6Ta.. Sgold 1 b
7: M ao -- --- .. ..
AuWmm. T.oiTwtS'Via Allani
Ticket* aw"s I* sleui* the
popular roue to Ut priat.lp OamSi
^resortst tloug|ti some * are good setoraIin uwtlW Oskob7

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S Bx eUent ac ri g Parnt maay s-.r bei- aufghb t the BeSmi-
S3nay k o wg thtu they. wiltl re i. the very

S| Mate st4dentA *il be nider as ot manita y
S dis nepli ;, AU. I sIPrent ;r tav. i .Y
id prowpt ,b,. I -ce w autbhor0tyt i6epsn wilt
Sot be penx~itte
A number of ootusee OreUtaud. Ail are
V oroolm practd koenarly :60 ourm

Salty of ts able instructor. E e a
S|iai ist lbohool i ..i... t. ba a
" 5 *healt o.. .....,. I $ i ..

~rn ot' U. 8. A, sa. of th 8 ip
,' ar ..he ds cip appea to be pef. t..,'

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have delW to Worh a Rept
tate and 1itestl y ia, a\tR
be thaihful flr any hbo

uK I? lURA7 0A Calrtl0 0O to $ ye of
b Aghwt for at. knlds WblAb
and rirfapr of R.qoftira +a


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a; 4( th 1Avfed itatq. to
tol^' 4n eGleflto ie:.
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ft state .ofamttei e w/'n^^ i4i'
to^ presiadentialY en-afdt dfte' on ,'
^titt eaketU toe .. )Ui:j

6 A1 o rf elt!bourne Fla. t
go' sad. no~thig^ poonlid |e

^^'W^ 'tvi& jk^.o.^"dt^
heI ws \rien as b aome
(8l rifa,^%lk.boitde4 'of
Discaovery :for 94. siumttip

lltt *' ; ) git odo h e ff~
(iPl 80t add.e* by al
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lr High Prom f ..wb.idge.
York' August'. o., sero
1,91 haM ;a30astaillyto eipied
'e .truoture of t new br0ale
eoted 9vner ^hr 3ast rt'er,,
.*4 tti Wdilhk nbiurn b
^ rowboat ot 4 reoore4
iUct. Atnse now ar
A n- O vtr
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486 l.extil worker of thi -.

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aIdRemnittrng ad Inter,
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f .oor yesterd ayo tondiitdne ot thqt i u rI
to' of We o ermn

d tlO, W m.O COnlose sr ,F-t; h; ... : 3,sree tO .
Qd : 'om te'R. 1 tett rt a t tt ,w apfta.,l..., n'+i ), wA I ts tg yi
Ito 12.21 mie. t ivn ent and baa4 iv

10.0 10.01 10.04 o (. 1nMtr sa('dklrave. beBi el f
A 9.79 4(h nother ila(,e of watern f,. ti. R
L ; 9.84 9.81 9.3-4 stately r ..w of lfwic was Utilt ; and d .\ lE
T Markets. p of RuKita, t -liq^( the llptlil
i ,gh Low. Cloge of tie Prhw Gir Iltn iu midv l p, ,'W buW ..on. P lure, or o pn High. ow o poasan t t irl. 1'z t.h i! na ovel ,palace c o om+wh.!^* rit1 s t :*ronke
S 80 79 79 riie and hr tl w\yere o e,. t' ll i'4 i I
't 81e 8 80.8 81 root'. of which taie winio (and ftitt ." tri w1M. l ..SlAiNt, .ltlLANlVo
tur-e and heil wa'rq eo mg*ucted wtofly,
9.821 52 51% 51 of trozt wi ater. .1 W s I H8H A Y L O
<9... A1 2 5131" J1 / : l .; ATTO N Yg-v Si-LA w
p, .f 85 84 8411 "John,y a igut wl' you'ro- lo
M.akt% 86 86% 36% out Itutl has loa sttil old o ethl a onv. -rd
.. -the head of i big idresainfkilg Oatah-b; '
.125 18.15. 12 85 12.87: lshient to her boy. ------ ---

,.. 1800:, 1,15 t8.O0 13.00 "What do.. you do with Otag eOttA .rkIl .N -IN JA, OKS NVILLE
i j .ere?0 a woman who wnis behWa titted *. ,
PP o% 8.2 822 asked. A t

p' .%79. 7.70 7.65 27.65 aW e fld needles with tleni.", THE CIRY$T AL 8AUt)N AND ROOF
S< 77:.7'7 *'7.87 7.70 7.77 "Every day It naturally t w ppnns th lit t "ntet
1'.82".... 7.87 7.80 7.87 y forty-five asst0tants drop ) great talnineveuy-ih at o oof Garden
wYork Stock Market. m.nny needle on the floor. To stop andt mheMatT '
SHigh. Low~ ... look for ithee needles would take t.ime
US L 114k They are aip left lying. thebefore,-till ,EN AND WOM|N.
...xa - a the atiy'S end, when t a ele ner g' e l o
114K ,. 18 the room with a magnet, holrdltn i h rn4 i

..141- 14l 189 140k aud in that way all are recovered In a n i aB .rn
92.. 9 .'9. 9.2% few minutes. To recover them by any e,. ent to 'w*
Ab+", 52 p ,HAYPTL Dr,-

2 83 29 In 1889 a hunter In the northwest of $., . t ,rai g
2t 22 % Q A 21% New South Wales wounded' a kIangr W *.
... 82, 81J 82' ro-O The aulmai went ,N through the I *., l j
S' 41 41. mulga nnd the alt bush a pace too if' b ,.
^ 6 75 7564 1 74 74t fast for the bunter to follow ad was i B ,.. bo '. i
A 19 s# oon outt of sight. The hunter was .a ...,* .f,',
I ..7( :27 29 2T7 bushuan and 414- iot despa lr< fotl- r .

.8.7., 21. 7 0 1 7 22- towed thf blood trail, hopeful of a ow ,s"
4 77 70 0 770 s hort aar.h and a speedy Rba. At ono 1S0, t
So85 point of thre pursuit it may be that the b
S 12 trat. grew faint aid necessitated, a h
closer Inspection. Anyway the hunter .

' C~urod of Colic After- physician's stooped andt picked up a piece of atone.
Treaterit Ifiad Pelted. 'This he examined. Tlhe red spot was pisite ten
y oy whe four years od weas not on it. It was In it. It was not ilWAlHINT(CN D, .
ith tnd oria-ps In his blood that no saw; e t was opaL uch -
tovit r polotmomic A r U* IT

4 pbtneneb htoo lI-a. t V .. F $EE BA,
dmbinrlainhst wol ame Jr esd I' A "w.
S.bRee^ C92N The stodgy faced boy at the lst ta-
Of dslR n aynd3 ble In the publIc ilbraty readit. room Wholeaie Vaid Retail
S eoee . ilkins, el .* a struggle poat serious. teo O D A o R
W. Mr. Wiln is bookkeeper has oveswed both lde of a foolscap L R D A L E .
8Shell Lake Lumber Co. or sheet with a vague smudde ovet whh iJh
ale by all .:drnggis and medicine he still labors. HiW twisted mouth ol-
..mpnle; _. .. 4 lows the motion of hi ale raking pcenil i

year 1688. Of all the two ptt only Wlif ...'l $4.20
n.-Wy .7S4tt.lerit d Round-Trip oueh l deciphemble: "The AbIlloae our .ot, O "ads emew 1f4.25
seSee4 Rates. slon of Jams II. The englihB people .our t. prew m ...
i'. bold ,Air Lio railway Iave hd born a grate deel 0tom James 2nd 10 o' I'NI( LtSrT.
but when at last he gave birth tq a W -
rw&tu.4' v in sor they said this tWe{it d- 100 b. ta sh
.....1... Adel.'arhe lhIw in WVoilr Wortt-. jIW. N ts vlle,

# k0 -ke: endorsed
r:"in parlor or
ftSu. ta4 be sol ito' all points
is, v. S al W'. L : 4. and 8. 8-.
lneat rates based pe-balf of the
lass lft2te fr plus 2,00.
paswil* ;be sol4. sa th lwst and
Taeadysof sash month, to and
tine' *eike euxueomit ticket to
Iseh, Elot.tt t #a to, Braidei-
il Psnite,-.6 10''0e.. d Sarasota
Bi stti4lons), as one fare, plus
ohe ouwad tripr ekets will
-i Tuesday
..i *u* 4 ti^ ,di No-,
"': 190n8 i limit
yib:a d~y rout d of sie.
~ Awill be gqq to a** over on
p e ....g s ia t o t on

* :^#iar Ai .!.:'" riailway
Bsia .tf iaie*h rate.,
U i,,, North-

Ie twin

.i tooi

Natittes of Central A"erl*, aTe
which, they noialp from dried P DI: 10. 15
beirles nr 'llspee. It Invariably l apot t,'i
the snioker soro throat ad *A
causes cancer of the tongue. he l. i "i TA V I OR, aser.:
ltves of 8outh Africa arf afftented i a
peculiar mitianer by the mtoe a '
the dried leVv of the camphorplait. '- BATmJ5ASiAtlBNVi$L. Thoe fltnt
The smoker' tre-mbles with frligt 4 # lt al 4ll Witer tilting to b. bad
nothing,. weepti btterly and uses It iFlorida. Fresh ndJ ilts et bogth
sortS of word whhkeh do not In tbe ing .to- b d in a s ihsld iatiot .mm
least express hise mnwnlng. The wild hotel taki the traii-S to rook
degan, another South AfrivIn ptilat, a nd drive oere to by 0al-pw
pobiois slowly tbose who nie It aontlyeAl ... # '
A wrt. to tI-.- ttt wyOlAiaMil l i 5
In te antsbllum, da as I .c h1 ITll DALB
Vi i hsRY "raT her -th-Bn Bst ..
her co^mpsn' sat still through the!Ong m. T.W a p..
6i1iiir tsi.n silenoture.'A ho.,rnet.ot
nmi t unid rt her cape and traveled ,4 ( *'sid t
about seariln for !n outlet, atingil ,X
tA it weO when coffer We was l served tftwP 0 OW
the driwing ivem sibe bad to "retire." ; OAi A'l1,yt
Fei ~~r fam on. ndilibewas real l, ...... '"
lbt tb a.ero or etfqueStts i s.. u* ** + i :
ta, It M pe.. Atespot p .st .. .. .

tom' h 1a 0 Sfti. so ulwmardei U"an et .f

wor '-- "he .to a '

'hi bV0 ~ ywtSdQto

Sts OIW g^


Foe "t i- a

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and the EAST. iT SPRINGS, N C.
The NORTH and WEST... ."ThS 4hy.

Og All Twes&e
.... M1RN RA W. AT P4,, M r n,
W. Town. P. T. M.. Wm D . a A,
,W 4. H. T~v&a A.

Take The ftlantic Coast Li n0


North : Yn s t 'l. U. uth.:

Rapid Trtanslt aun 'ine urpased My a

DepArt For
8:40p in

2 :U p m
LI (40 ti

x* to

Time Table in effete May 24. 1908.
High 8prilogs. and nter. .
mediate Points. 1
*eala ousburg amu Tamp, atia

Plsilttk4alons. JaMsnntfl&.
Noiorth, Et aid West

lbhy,- Atl-iua all POU.ilWiS Nwth, BfillWOW"

-heUe.n ,caio.py and lt,' l'.ta
*, .,. ,. i.< h' '.,.,.. ... i .iH i l < ... -*.. i .r.i ^ :'.'t^ ~ t*-. :7 5^: q':-

Ttero o Aj )bui l .m i.ttl ^r q^tr: ,TWp 4 eW f 1
lne als v1 Atl*iLo Coast L m am #lelli lr al .
oAA omplt in fmatio. Mlil on
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