Title: Gainesville daily sun
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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 26, 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: VID01960
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
lccn - sn 95026977
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 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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I)AY, AUGUST 26, 1903


or o Tobacco Meen t io w -,0 1Maouo"
SLOO
...tton or the state conyewt4on of the
idll.man' Massaa- farmers who- grow- tobacco,- held St
S: ":... . "- "Rocky Mount, which t took strong
gi|| '.||utr10ed. roAnd against theoo tr5t is
very heagrlly conmnendi ..byA th.
~g P r T TO DEATH. growersa ~iall parts of the state. .i
asxsuyances 6f full sympathy sad .co
KN vAre Said To B operation are coming in from South
i Dead-i.4urvivora, Fear. Carolina and Visginta,'while UI ald-
Dippie'u're Are Afraid that Tennesee a~a4 KentUcky u also
.....^ Afra In symp4Lthy. .
le .The convniaton uhats doclared i' fa'
*vor of, a-aatem of local :vto.- C6'olpr
t 4'.--fth l aks ar pansra to iuy. store aid ra-&nufUtts
Wka agored all the wo- tobcco,, whle the latter Is 4.Alo* tthe
t 'two villages of cost of pruducton., the purpose ibng
,k and lonastr to estitbllsh these is every t toio
aui red the vi- fgrowtiag sction so as to enable
ged to have e people to control the silttit8h..
ersarr it is .he plan to tut the Irice of
tf 10* do are se 4to share of stock in these c opora;ImolS
eaS1 tpd the isur- at orly $6, so as to, give We i the
4 b to biuy the bodies, smallest armers8 an opportunity to
tl th IcIon of the beconie shareholders It to said that
the tarmners were never more detrnrm-
Sthe roola atton of the Ined than they are at present.
l ought"t bhe vilayet of Secretary of State Grimes, who to a
th* tIoenCts cut all the JArge tobacco grower, and who attend.-
ires .o 1 ~ ti the city of ed the convention, saa 1.500 rowers
with tlhe-eastern parts of were present.
rumrneors here RIOT IN COLkUMBUS PARK.
|ing .u,4 B )marep are pro- --
tL th e iOfAdranople Street Railway Official Attacked by
Party at Wild Wood.
.S GAPItIRED VASILIKO.. Columbue, Oa. Augat 25,--A small
;d, : '* 4--"-- sized riot was precipltated at WIld-
IIr of a rrlson Are Re woo park Sinday atte nx a by a
poted Bin. number of young nien attacking Will.
p&'S~t 25--Accord- mp an official of the Oblurmbus
P sh av ltkes w tlhe It. Railroad- ompany, who has charge
tu aeth i :len of the Caino at the park
Sth0...vyetofdriooej C-amp' friends went to the rescue
Sthe gar lt onlsiting o. and after a short u L excltng battle
d "4bout, 100-;of the in- h attacking party wa put to flight
,The iurgeant now r o of ,th young men afterwards re.
M 'a.6, Uie h kh turned a ta,.1 0y i
Lt"le I c ^ the Crowd -t-uck Oanmp ai hard blow,
imported to be attacking He the fled with a large cue I
@, thw ..of K iralllil 6 e'twith a rock.wthch hl held Ir h is h/ahd+
to Aedrlianople. purshie t. w r
a ek aardMe d uasulitan rat- At a brlde at Wlldwood I the
STir ved St -"the^ oth : fugitive joined a party of hia friends.
ot.oa from the neighborhood A pitched battle between the two
, ~tarint a massacre there crowds occurred at the bridge. al.
ye been se ltered is the ia- though luckily nothing but flat were
at AnaiOl KxavaS, ad are used. One man who was close pre s.
I by the atthlor tes knocked down three men In quick
ithOouse at KtUrue-Burun, In- succealon.
i. tlonot yt orlrdngt It as. The police arrested Charles Hagan,
C by t keeper c- es Schell ana. Warner Yougs,
1 t.e nearnesl-of the ur- three young men. Camp'sa injuries
The Italhn embassy hit ro are painful, but ot serious,
* porte that it boWls it re n bheridan. ater emproye of
,r .any njur which ay e o alroad compay,
I- .eona.ul Ial at Mon- tce Opainful Injuriese-
I 4eant4sW the punishment of
b i*n^ted t eonaaul remtly CLUBlibM BY CONSTABLES.

*iam Attee..mk s CharleetaO CIttna ffer In Affray
k. With o0e*y Ofcrs
o2S l itt trs, p se u e n8t aMd treasurer oA
i1ihed t.6 P4 t" oBnmpans. h n him N
ot "i ther;' IL. .. Wlqterw w"rey severely
ioth of 1,t @'t TA tclutbbed by dolpuary contabl.es 1
t`r."key an have blowl a t up & W1 rs ate .t
*e ^Y blOWil "i' the ,tbreofR,4. M. WiMters at -MTu
e Pt n sul4tlg with nya lgM Saturday night.
rpotted t ,a 200 p Tm Moostable ent to the plae of
I.* Wieer ,o make aW raid and hae .cled
TO r.AV- SEie' i D the or against btem. '"bey gained
-cscess t hroes gh another entrauc i t M

appi muisported 4.va 'rho e 6or a Warmen with


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s1afe Bows eae Watt B*t4l. WM
AUM lb Afer a pieoth aM rl les atd tholte were
to A sent .for W. tetp ient of




sire 9uewweY The Wetter bsefroatersa btoth see
ar poia^irtl 534'l a twelt two io s te

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INTESE IRTEEST IN

;BRASKA~pS TICS

4 tat Oiyonftfon k Of Dmo-.
rt. and: 1topul ts.

PVi~ltt iM4PORYTANtT QIOJ)TI iON.
I lany D~imocrata; HaHve Deotared Them
0e lis Opposed to P* iln, Whilel
Othieri Are" in Favor f t Joinnj
Hiarr kwith Populeistas.
Colnth aja, fNeb., August S --A-A
thAough the Dennooraiutc ..te ot nvem-
tion does not couvneU untit-l tomUrnroww
teveaagt Intense Itterest alrea4y pre-
valls and today a largii n* kaber of deo-
tiates and loedera ha arrived. It la
SconSdently expected) that J-dge Sulli-
va preos-t an asoitsA&_ ou the au..
prefie len0cb. will be repoixnititcod.
A nurm.ber of promoinmSja,- dlegates
have put themselves on fon.orit I (pA
loea to fualon, w ,tile Others ill ad.
htre t the policy or JoA1mtlg hlands with
the POpUttllta an.l dividing the ticket.
Wvdle Mr. firyan haa *notb minad, hi) po-
sition clear', it is believed he Will ta
vor fialton *rid mAy rely 99. hh intiau-
anwe to aec re harmony.

Grand lalaut, Ne.b., Augsat ?5.--
tlterest in the Popullst -state '- v'ian
lion, which meet tomorrow c .nte.'r
Itself today -on the arrival of i nutn-
ber of party leaders, among th.,mn for.-
mer Senator William V. Alert,
SVhe questUon of tustona Si p s iO?"r.-
tant (ona; and ex-Sonator Alliu has.
sounded the keynote of opP!mttiott In
a letter written to a Matllitn, Nob.,
nefi'spaper, Mr. Allona tatkel t 'e xcOltion
to Mr. Bryan'i staud ot tlme ;utthionl
Uand Sauatia that the Pop itL party
must declare its ind(lped~--",. He
:=Uy,. .how.avr.r thtat .Ju dle.wl ,,l .J.-
*, ^vaoreme Judge,.' willl 'be re-


ioiaiuAted by twe Popuilrts.
Sullivan is a Domocrat.


Ju-dge


Shamrock Rermeaaurod,
New York, AttgUit .--- -iaamnock
Il. was remtea ursil atI o t ldry" dock in-
E'in basin early today atrtr having
teKen ont.board her cable .and anchor
4s required by the rules effectlAg the
aieauwremenett of the cup yn Thomas Tipton was ou bourL Theo
measurement was takon by ( 1aries D.
Mower, omiclal me ua or of the Now
York Yaobt- club. and wateh-li.i by Mr.
Fife, reprseqatlg BhImaro-k. Ill, and
by Secrtary Oarvnnk, ptr-estitlang
the New York Yacht club. When the
maeuremiftt hao concluded Sir TOom.-
as ULpton said that he hadl 1boe in-
formed by 14r. -tower thAt Ifaenroek
tII's racin ralk had not ern freotea"
and that It would b1 t-nch-IudteL If
Ai presume d that sulielvrti w -lVlt wb I
removed to equualise the -,r.,tr At of t.!
anchor and cable. ft-iw-.' wa, ta-
ked oui for a sat at 1E o'-leek thlis
morning. The boat. filed out. of the
'Horweboe with alo *a sll atd lower

Cahicba Wie(Bli- and Cooke Strike.
1 k'eima,. August *5.-Walt wi sacd
Oooks employed ii serWral dows4o0n
hluch rooem were ealItid out o "trlke
eArly toidy,;- Te number of- wiSso
respodia. i 0 the order was inmo,
ow g to tbe a mir forces .t duty
at the ttn. ThWis 1i the that rtove
the renewed Saht 4att the o
ittstaura4 Kepe' :aewitatla.etin. rtg b.
two months a tWi up the wtaiJ,
Ushhmente luroea by tb and
wlich trMsaulted f h! 'tegrarnn 'tof ea
tim thelr- ew 'ite . !i a, u t :i f
tmhef emrply. Is a *taie**t Ia
sued by the col e ad wa'i'eesth
reason salMgeeth taIae aeitoat U A
leged dissrink tlon p t pertf of ttr .
a rbltratlo, psrd a the. det.- a
)lathu to the QKsteat of bour5 api


oute Ao(.et -,te etsn at 59*11*.
k Mi. Aiga, A44 -A "pfta. /t
Chavian A.- fw iM at AtlsD ,
wa. As.4 4eas$ herd pAt

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RILACOMBr D QE OP 114 YEARSA
Olddtt Colored Woman Probably In
Oouth Possee Away.
(ri.Oaso. August ,---A 2Mlpatch to
T,'e InterOcean from N w Oleans.
Widow Victor Marie Derannboura,
colored, stuppo pd to have reachtod -the.
age of 114 yeAir. i dead at er home
here.
Accordlng to st tctn -made by
members of Iho fatlIly theo woman was
borb ip the year 1789,T i t, Oharles
Parlsh, iand was the property of Pierre
lAoto. a rlih plnter whIo aftorwnr'dt
rewove4 to the lower coast of Algioras
The woman was a slave until miS.
when she w4s purechk.md frnmn th La-
co tfanitly by her husband. Victor D -
raw.abour$i, with miine children. All tolhr
the deceased had givtn bitth to S2
children, of. which iutibor only nine
survive. .The oeldeest l. 09 Ytars of
ate and the youngest 47. The wo-
nah had never Iiown any novert ill-
ness and had only been eqoflndG to htov
bed two weeks before her death. Prior
to this event ish, wita perfectly sound.
and could move about without w .asi-
tunoo.. Ilor hoarling and tight wtre a t
1toat perfect.,

LORD BALISBURY'S FUNERAL.
Servants and Family Will Act as Pall-
llatfloli.l l'ng.. Auguat 25.-.-lTror a4al
ltaburN'" c ffln hns been tinnally cloe-
ad. The sorva:,nts ind fatlly will act
a liall-Lwiter r att the funeral which
will b1) held at the end of the wtelc
when Lord ldward ieotl, military see.
re*tary of the FArptian army and
fourth on of th d'ecea ert (tatetmnao.
rMaches Ia14land front Egypt,
Anibahuador Choate today te4pgraith-
4 to I.latfieldl, oxprsling to n behalf of
the Aruerican nation., borrow at the
death. of Lord Salisbury.
Tho toxt of Mr. Choate's mo sage.
W ihwit was dd-r et' to ltorUd Oran-
"I havo heard this nmoning wfth the
deepeat regret of the doas oft yeoar it
luKtriousM father. The people gif tihe
United Statne will sincerely sympa,
thize with those of flngland In dpklr-
lag the loss of the great stat6smaaU.

THIRTY PEOPLE INJURED.

Peculiar Accident at Junction Illinol*
Central and Erir Roads.
Iloomintgton, III.. AugutM 24.--Phbiar
ty or more p&Maengers were eartously
Injured, some fatally, perhbao,, by A
peculiar -oltil oq ait- the jsurictlon of
the tlllotiol Central and lAke Arlo
and W stern -raIlroads, two mnll
southeast of thae aty shortly before
coon today.
Wblle a pasesgtt Utrin' westbound
o( tue latter rost wa passing over.
the or Mslag e ear at steak whitolh w
]be)og puathe by a roitArh engine o00
the t llUHino Cbatira, broke loose from
the *e0slao ad* 4tied Inat ti1e side
of the passiaw l trwit with terrifIc
force, breaks the Moach in two and
jnJurl.g early evory one of the txty
oeaA."41-. 1he,6-7o0' s w thrown
over on it, sid, an4 porttally down
a" enMbalusest. The train removed
the -ifajurd to a neighbbeirlag tfi
hboue fort eswtcAI aM, ."6 e~t-6 r
were brought to t I hegptel tI It.
city on a *peolat -trai Te WoeSt ag
ena losg bee 4agnrooa lo0 .


tress Uti NM Or2Ienh B ate 4
qsica hae Imee toertug th c a Wp r
se#ane t4h gJa 'eonditttkg h a.rar*
ei in this ehlty Th aex xnsh ou *he
ssaate sa' id their city In rent
vepse derle>ped' intd a busy vt peel
tthat th preset fa1Wc see
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BUCKEYE+

MEET IN

Ohio Demoratto ~tla
vention atO tiib

4ONBON VERSUS XZIMMAlt-M
Principal interest Center in ThAbti
Two Candidates for thla Gubttmteopi-'
*l Nomination--Withdrawat of M II
*- ookwatter as senatorial CandldateL '
Goountbuas Ohio, Augtst a8.-Pro wls *.
uent. Democrat u are in .ofevreomno her. *
today.Areparatory to the tD mocrat .
etate coau lttion of tomorrow.- tnr
weks there hias boen a contout of un-
nusual ItenIlty In the eight conmnties
betwee u MaIyor TomA 1. Johauon, of .
Ckivelant apd Iton John L Zimtnnh.) :
mab, of Sprintfiili'4tkhd two caddft
datak fe' the tibe, l itAt houzi' -M
tieU.-to aI' t" 4+ tegls.. 9Both-
coume hore claiumintg a Oaority of the
600 delattes .\bs!tng thiett*r etlaima n'
having eecu'e d 44 4Wlegk4t whese *
sefar are coAtested, The*e conttet-
will be settled tomoe OW an aU the
pr llmtniary agitation o.vM te ,jirkal*
eatiton of the cottet' it 'isaid.t ; 't i
control of the tmX rteeUK o la r n- -
tals nmesmB eonti'ol ot. e'vryehthtne ols< ^'e-
lncludtng the now state central oo.
nlittute, that conttrols the o Kirg t alattuon
for the c0oiting -prerdidntial :year. .
well as tho a0omnmlttt40e o' Teibluatloe,. : '
rulsm and order of business aiUd per- ,,
manent organilatltn, all of wbh 0 Oke .. "A
of inmtprtaitee at.tte preitent U*.ime in :.'
the contest beotw and tiheo tvnervattive for *euptls-y,. ..
Tihe withdrawal of John W. Iooktwa l
tor as a oni4t atA for sentoria.l i '.,
Oorstmont to su as b hp.n tw td totsay to advance Zim-, '
mormatm'a can-lldl'y. '", ^-M
MZlipermaan atd f^ okwaltor both
relde St piagfioeld. and- it waee otalm.i '
ad that Jo0h nm isft hud started the
lBokwaftr oia nOiMvu.mt to *lact 2 '%:
meranm-n'su laterstua, eepetally 1 tkhe
order oft bsines onld abrue hbea ti *
*d so that the ondutr mnat for etaW.
tor would have con*e itefr ths os;.*
nation, of thq state titalei: The Job..
sob meon stlUl ltait f aat Athe:r4 mfust -:
be ms IntJorement If'-r s- etor, *s-
though noI ot* has bea ns ..ed it
0okwalter's place. Thi Seiman, ...
m a*f e not Ils favr of tr g q lopeBntton v
*aMung any cs tot res0 5* .'

oteia btwem*n JotiihmS it E r
man for the gobqrngtottl xm siW .
..t. fo "ttl 4,h:,,Ab -k
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se,-l Aw 'x Victor!-- S te ate Loak Company
Wa-yoho ...... B , ."o.... rm a;,: J *r's ,^ ) *
tod t ... 8. T T..t...'iS eo J h 0tnga:",. lt e ol
~tROUporetoR5ppett hes ol' torby cozs 4 us. (ail on o dress,
6e 'A' 0 tdtwf 0 11 Wkto In tim," 3eg -thet i h01 0-I t4



i c te as hI u thorli oe:r "id th e Ibes of era l 'thou- that

pth h aes closed or toun w seand soldiers. eonte toffer) o ... ro r.eter A

$,1~ 4 atuteo, whic, reads as kiltter be been sent to Patr
,.. .ruh, is s^ aS "e t e re.:. ..*:..: A irL'.. Lin e R a..i ..ay -

4 1S keep open .store, parenty 'ruebed It h a.. broke ot
"ordt oeof.any wares, merchadtdi le ~ i The DU *t hve-etried t. end .. '.1 "< ....
S4 i attels on Sunday, or"0 the war, whicc m a 't.'e t" "aul
0 0,J sl vaqshal .,be punishd-. ." . ,, . ...
tsMtii,, by a fine not exceed UL1AN 'vIELS To CZAR. EAT EM I ... ..
'.-: itab, P en^?aa ".'- oiload 14. 1048p 50p. p . . .Q. ..............'.;.--.^- a 7 .' ,-
.'in oame. of emergency Or .anA o .... .. 2 a
However, merc .ants, shopy u..an Squaddv. ithdrawn Prom -, haen, , ,.. I. .. aYA
rad others may dispose of the Turkish Waters a A Xd' ;. .
I1fort 1 the necessities of lifeK, to Yetereburg, A gust 2.-The U R ....... .. . .... ....S e . .. .....
t mera without keeping ope t o." Blaclc se .qUa-ron ..io, l. .. :YO UR 014100..EA N....u. .rop, vJt1is ". .. i,,,
. ordered to T ish waters, a wh. ... .: .. .::
.'( lh)ve hiad several complaints m a rrved.at eatern Emuropaa .r ,7 08d.ill. ;o a ..Si48 ... . P et 1 :........ ..;. .
t Within.'the past few weeks : reyAgu t.19, to sppo Ku ': A.
Odlthe practice of allowing th e an on. the sultan, gr ot ....... ..: ..
l u 4il afd'mold ddink stands 8 e as0ssination of M. Rasthowsko, and al1 Skia Dise s. cured Ae.BT 4 I UWor
aad doo bui.nesa all day Snd.ay, Ru an .nl. at Monastle has been | ........ 0 0 .. .. ie .. ...

Sthe Justice, "and I propoBA of p SALVE ... ...... & : ........
OW sty uor en g the s ac ds ra k tolo ,e squaon .





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At in hotel" testantanS The new, hO reobne o. Peterfo Sold by J. n. McC0llnm &Co. Connection for Palmetto, Manatee, Oneeo and b' aota, on 31, e
i tabes aot, but tans rather a.- burg, fi ito Tr'uaets tha the porte -. -___. Train ro. 84, eaboa e d ro m u ma
to tIHik 'that it neans evety. requAetd Bslgim to nominate UA Tarmea, Jacksonville oew i dl asit?,tl
:', 'a"h ight be' conideted . t aT. o officer ,.tor the Turk g d b, fl nt n u o bl e day cch between JacI.eo.ville ad'; Wia .
w^ a '1) o' /a,.O t oIk t bUbU I d i n n ca r s e r v ic e fro m J a ke yaio v ll 9. , v i R ic h ot *li ,
01mo oceisiedulty on d th pbatwr i tweeoai. 6i6h ord Maly cache .al, baggage and ex-rs. s cars
r wille olmayuntpd 'nhd iaty Wrtplear Capt Overturns; Pive Injured. 'tween Jaciksonvillee aNd sbg"n, atpd4 dwing. room Pulinuma. $lx..ers


y, and oy SOanday fu- len e FOR HEALTH AN lEREATION a Saers a aa ve
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SAfter the arrival o the mails for the shlltly Aiyrt. The substantial coQi. Uort,. of the tow of Al chu. ._.Stron- _
____ __ m .. CL.. D E LNNE
Ainueber of the tfruhtdealers hal e pants from more ,erous i.-.ries. mae Kd yadr om ah troube.h
.e.. Interviewed ho tim subject, and t Fine fishingfandehuntie,.neFidst-class
without An xception they feel that Report of Death 'Untrue. e th.g and hunting. Ferwt-ola. e
-th lrIon of Jatie Ioan is an rt- e.
.-.age. :They state t t.It I perlsh- woredo the4k m is h-toWilotrse ba. th.a
l aud that oeess tialy in ies all r o e ofIre e of Chhua us. Ma .---- -
horfompar .0.., to, Pave aiteoc ratd arobhn The Flrida
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I 0a -ed, to sellviga on Sunday, there Aunt actor engaging
tW -be a loud howl. from thope who -sf to Henry I would advise you to A handsomely illustrated magazine m
'l ha been compelled i Upend upr take him to a t palmist and learn some- devotedespejaly to the interests of ....
"a tt. under this law' and this osd' thing Of his lhfe And character, .f olm ani vtgethle growers of Je Onr ille O fdew er YorBh
may yet result in an ltoreing te ra- at the une In one of Calling t ARESTON, 8. ., bothwa
y ande hands lA-st evening when we were out A speciall trial tmubscriWtion of six Th Fiest anan.- P Tampale ways.dac
ain _--._. _lrdingy and twas perfectly natlei..- onthsA wl be kent on receipt of 25 Th inesle &n the othie. Service
Poured Paralyls. Wahl ngton Btat. oent. Stamps tak
e seO.eD.O.Trine, Texan rits s -- V ---- yde ew? Englands1 adSouthernt Li.,
tty wife th been wullortag fiae yeof B eed.-,n l reeol. MatedAUoSt DireJt Servn"e Betwe" n JACaOi Aget, aksl F
' wUth paralysl ein her arm. when 1 was Bale rkry little in India-they V ,BOSTON ani
erauaded to tse allards no Ui. bey sprItual aw as a owe 5 Representig Can allestoe P
t. .iOgrg. oe. budting an Mtone h Ee A. WEIL & O....
.naso eW d s i aremainr open tdro dreamira th w pranks of baby ou w r riodre, .. ..b" .. Fre, is' Wharf, ..o.










bi'ste ad in upn s aand i tolvint proletnB of the unt- W.H L RE S ALE SH OES N thn.................. btowotirpt., Jack4o;1%1il.
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JeR-^^-^.^ ^ 'o and say In the presesee of Its elders. Of All De ripttonea. C d'
SMay e the Murdeers. It tls the religious w4 around it and ----- .. t t e y
trot. ug Z4--ter si da' doe nt bWak out Into bolster Sole Ageltffor ONARBU and 01E S topping teen JAsCt C tireto J ). ara. nd.o.l.
Work on thm.e rsteou Mroer. .' ort w en l m t prayer N qUALIT! Se, S. -i .g i Platha, Ast6 Svi.. taa (D el). Bnr Itrm,,
y Alpone Wtiaesm, v oson mtttE. Rut there to much loset Inda and pair warranted,. -. -.g JohSBive*r
"- team r .r
bo was '..b t. -beee' h.mble oom - .. '* '
b an ixwn SO. bon dl as pp' Ty ae at a to Mana AInt steanxa ll to eah& nBm
a eat. M te4 o te Cathrine e o.ap s
a,.' 6". 1h W a U N I a- -wf otsfele tm. sme oin *u*;ie 4l b; foS* 1.. 'a S afiLr a y sO t
^a0 ot a iwe in obeatence to law anod I--- --. -:--j*j i.Ml-ad nd Thawdsys at
A~til b a C stp ^ ag rn lawlemea in lia AMA -Won WA OXE PASS. ASS O B 06 Y gr JACKSON
-i m" a" It JeesonvUle FI lorld w.4I J.L. G .
pt" SO ef, ,. JgckSOU^tii
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.....TO. t4-j." ". .Melu u"t L aoh rom to2P. .a a O MOa r.+ General Agent

1^a3*5$ ~ nhxLw nn" Sao"
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Sthe


GORD

iAL MEEtINGi

of Five Thousand Peopeo G.eet
Snnakae r


BiDpiitS WERE- THeE LEADING ATTRACTT


i i Prqaent to Press Their Claims for Go erndr and
l*n Owent Strongly,in Favor of Re-Election f 'allaf.erro,
! .peQonserYative Speech- Stockton Calls Tallaferro a Liar,.
ial" Dispatch to T.e' aily Sun.)
!] ^.^j(Special Dispatch to The Daily Sun.)


.,-li., Aug 25.-The
.esxapaign here toA
iioeasi io every par-
Sthoitind people be-


of the. meeting
. 0 Jordan,
Qotda Herald,
ilohrist, the able
DeSoto county,
hre aand who has4
1a4e any man to


was
edit-
and
rep-
who
con-
the


t, of this SeCtion, of the
ative men were present
eiotiot of the State and the
tei hour for the firing of he
aB was anxioiusly awaited


a ,Speaking Begins.
an.es i;. Tallaferro, candi-
-elznionaA' RT-Onited States
I a the flrt aaker- and was
h. l tremendous applause.
Wais. ctanserlative through-
atin :hilirefeienqe to trusts,
iltonxily opposed
o JethntiOs*' speech was on
.i.s a lisi platform.
O, Stoekton strongly de-
Seastor Taliaferro and ac-
of trying to ruin hil business
a'. purposes. Ite said Talia-
eorrupt mran and -dangerous
i;pnteIrests of Florida. *
|impen Davis and Sparkman
O'trong appeas for support
'i4eeve .fl.ees for which
candidates, and each of the
dressed their claims in elo-
4age. -.
mernt Favors Taliaferro.
teit is mnanifested by the
:aoutF1 Florida In'the cam-
Snext year, and 6he tend of
t sl Itrobplly -in favor of the
dt Senator Taliafeuro to the
States Senate, and the senti-
Sequally strong against ppo-
so Congressman SIparkman for.


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are none sounder and more enduring
than such.natural advantages, coupled
with the self-evid'nt thrift. and en&er,
prise of your people. -One\ould con-
tinue at length upon a theme.so inere,.
estiing, but when admonished, as I hTAv
been, that you expect to hear from me
on th~e subject of my candidacy, such
admonition must be regarded as hardly
less than a command.
Is a Candidate.
I am a. candidate for re-election to
the United States Senate, and this, it
may be added, is the (Irst time I have
made formal announcement of thu
fact. I shall not complain if others
seek the office. It is a high and hon-
orable one, and the ambition to fll it1
is natural and commedable. Its dis-
posal is in the hands of the people.
whose verdict all true and loyal Pem-n-
ocrate should abide.
It has been my lot and pleasure to
serve in U last two congresses vith
those able qud distinguished gentle-
men, Senator Mallory and Represent-
atives Sparkman -and Davi.--and I
wish here to testify to their faithful
and zealous and effective w6rk for
Florida. There have been nodissens.as&
or divisions in the ranks of the delega-
tion. Entire harmony has prevailed
throughout, and to tlhi, more than to
any other one thing, perhaps, is due
whatever of good has been accom-
plished for the State. It may not be
inappropriate to review briefly the
record thus made. It shows, among
other things:
A Great Work.
Nearly two and a half millions ap-
propriated for the improvement of
Florida rivets and harbors ; and i thi
connection the delegation had in mind
the fact that such improvements would
open new highways of. commerce, the
competitions on which would insure to
all our producers prohipt service and
just and reasonable rates of freight.
This work is far from- finished. We
hope to obtain from succeeding con-


ipakton Becomes Gay. gresses large appropriations for rivers
r0 .replied tO Stockton's and h:--bors deserving recognition like
nU aanimated manner, which this beautiful harbor spreading be-
eir.n from start to finish, fore us.
other things heo harged that The delegation succeeded in collect-
lagslr bought tho Times-Union, ing the Indian war claim of over forty
Wey went into the pocket of years' standing. This claim amount-
t>. Stockton replied and 'said ed to over a million dollars. and after
0iaferro said he got the money paying the debt of the State to the
,Je off the pe, lh Hied. general government, has placed in our.
liaterro iu0med0tely rose treasury nearly seven hundred thou-
ir anL. called upon Peident sand dollars-a potential factor, in-
'c this ph eediro Strokton deed, not only in reducing taxes, but
t he would take the li back, in emphasizing to the world our al-
icaua e eousidered It un- ready sound finanetal footing among
rV7 Thife w- a nOuW, ber the commonwealths of the union.
r; s Snt and this part of the Several hundred thousand dollars
oO t -ie caue of colsiderible were obtained for public buildings.
-. A tonto- Was bitterly de- SubStantial appropriations .were se-
ot this- uncalled-for breach oured for our lighthouses, military
STIarro pe ch post eand naval stations.
STa pechAnother Worker.
ig the ftllJ text of Senator I#lorida's representation in the na-
Ss peeoh today: " tonal Congress was increased from
Sifted In the art.,of public four to five members, as a result of
1 wotld'fedt like congratuiMat- which a distinguished Lamar Is to be
P teoPPortunity.I id- another energetic worker at Washing-
A So epr t ton in Florida's behalf,
toea, amonfgth bet thought, Pensions are gotten for th sur-
!aSnd best- interets of the vivors of the Seminole Indian War of
n Bot terh'gipily for 1%64-67. and the widows of soldiers of
ino doubt happily for you, that war. Doubtless there are among
otat. Mr lot l ha, not .you some of those bra*e soldiirsu who
Io that Itne. a14ld, under served agalst the Seminoles. Others
A o. s#ail not" be have passed away7som of them lear-
tonit#-pen whiah, li ag widow behind, Although that
oli'NbJ!hre Ir.O war oecarred nearly half a century
nIy first st to Pants ago, in the pioneer days of Flpri4da
"tiot ,w ijh.. t St. when this region was a wildernases.
iI OritlM n fRi.l to Ueoe0 voetlran&s and, itri wdoits were
0id aNl ir saost o ing denied lthe asoor lta their old ge
R *Mutah ,*d*** a 4 ad4 poverty 4 them ,by a generous
wlpdeernAt Oa ever i government. A t&be Osion'if Co-
S la* a to-ta- grts before the last, or in Jate. 19OW,
4esat u sey were pd .p.t, t he pension
N I f'h tals at she Yata of elgit dollars a
.a bp*+s .. *a tab.o M h of. tiMt aa ow re-.
S a 5U1 itt.hi. pea . aisa of oth.
*. are e pevidlWiIe,Bi M w a ea-


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They Smoke

Ciz CgarInd


STh" Largest Soiling
ra of CIgan
Ei the World
Tht Band is iA.
Sm9s Ps


W INDSOR HOTEL


Jacksonville's ,Finest


FLORIDA
BESTYEi


And
'S LARGEST AN'D
AR-ROUND HOTEL


DODGE & CULLENS, Owners and Proprietors j

JAB. M. GRAHAM, Prestldelt. Gao. W. vlyna. Vice-Prelsdent


THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK


THE ONLY CHARTERED BANK IN ALACHUA CO(
Oapital. ..... ......... 450,0000
Surplus and Ulndividod Profits... 5,00ooo 00
Does m leumavel balt a l ir nlesa, hIb fasflLti) a equal to cny bank Ina the t8i4 $olletin
the a- no a o, 0 mwerM. Merohu. orporatldti*, oste. aIntaret allowed
be IVOl Irrie~remessnR All beulnos transoted p respty.
H. E. TA YLOR. Oashler.


Gainesville & Gulf Railway Company


STHIE PRLfIT & VEGETABLE
OF FLORIDA.*


ROUTE


Time Table in effect July 6, IW.:


No 6
Dai no. 4. S'i. M.
s Pao't i py D'tllyi
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Abstract of Title
To any plee of laInd to.1I
Alacho0a county hiral"hed
on applteatlon. ,.

TAKES RKETURIIN
AND PAID
SAnd all umatlters on menr- .
ltg1 the Imetuiption of un*
onCe)led tax vertlikvat" ,>-s
atade to"promptly. "



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Ofti.ro Very Low stI oen hwUngf ates
S iolo tafo t '1 0 1. .. so
Soteo on as
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Will step t*our vrevm
yeou boimu. "iF I
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REALESTAlt
ANO R0
hit aeddlt4 m to IN
hitfv'e teIlded t4o woft
late and Rental of.ki
bh thankIful for an
placed In my haUds
Aloo ANt irAK
prtle, (0t to 14 4y
Caltn mo 49a1. Iny!ll
Astrt fenO all kinds
ind ,ireproor Koollg


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lS-6,QNTS A POUND

arnes MPlatation Near

oalesl Have Been


^ ,li; ^ of Sea Island cotton
eiso 4Alahua county, and pos-
.i the State, this year, was placed
i.9 g4"ir't at Alachua Monday,'
wia .eely sold at 25' cei.ts a
,,i. weighed 811 pounds, and
_mWA :by J. R. Williams on the
e plantation, neir Jonesville. It
pt# tlhe igest grade, and no cot-
A.W iMba county has ever proven
*vialliams, who was in the city
,orny :n route to Ocala, stated
Bi 1| 'Bye hundred acres i the
L p, 'ated on the Barnes planta,
a "nd lhat notwithstanding the
iedi havy rain, the crop is des-
. Iq .bear: prolificly, and produce
oott on. The pli station is situat-
high, roi ng land, with tlheye-
a the* s."water, runs quickly off,
'''maige* has not been so great
.at oi low or bottom farms. He
4liady picked about five bales of
tlbu.tj only one bale has been
0So the gin, which was the bale
eted iMonday, which was gained
h ft.aday. the 90th inst., .
ba d|dwa great deal of exper-'
i0 nuitton sinje coming to Flor-
^|~rlt_3ed Mr. Williamsi yeter-
S ,".elleve I have this year
ase-t .orap in phe couomty. It is go-
brting very good money."
. WiMlimnis stated, that J. 0. Haile,
6r, uceessfu1l planter of the Ala-
ett, ~4uld have a good crop.
lail.e was quietly working for the
bale tof the.,season, but he was
dy, late. He brought a bale to
A raoba ginnery yesterday, -and
have the same oni the market to-

;. "'.Nqt OVer-Wiae....
tore is ai old allegorical picture of
Seearid a.t a grals-hopper, tut, in
|iidtr '.heedlutsly treading on. a
. cThis is paralleled by the man
spends a large sum of money
ilg a cyclode cellar, but neglects
rvide his family with a bottle of
*iferlainV's olih. Cholera and
'toe*', Remedy as a safeguard
pt bpwei complatrats, whose vie.
t mberthoe of the cyclone a
St5 .0 One. 'This remedy is every-
treeogaisedap the most prompt
hpllable medicine in use for these
For sale by all drugggiets and
Oi;&.leIers-.
IA'rlA.. L DEL A.BOUT GIRL.
S'e ot '.Ferry~tia.t-,One" of the
:i'*; '.r..: trPr cni.p lal: Kille .*'
t Vernoi, KInd.. August 26.-A
Il sY.( fo ai iti" occurred on a
at in 'Point 4tow ihip last night
'"en IBt Robinonm and Samuel
"btaoik b t hk over the
SiBm:4..the'ca.utu i-- throat, sever
the Sitular v~l". 'Lusk died in
ito.time., RonSobn gave him-



r Ourad Withoiut the Aid of a'
t/ *;:1 iDo tor. o r .
eth Jst froat ahard spell of
1nx" (dy.ent.ery),ays Mr. T. A.-
t, a well- I wn merchant of
S"", Tend one small
trains Colle, Cholera
h*a*e)meady and was c.red.
t t doetr. I consider it
S oTeie in the
Ifdptor Mh :s remedy ia u.sd.
S< ea presoibe a better
ull5r wet eomtplhiht in any
SOr adalt.
.~.l.ai a toake. For
it1 l -* *sFtIbead .-medicine




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Backaclie is a foreyrnxter alJ
one of the. most .onitUtn sY-i|
toi~rs of. hidney trouble ai~4
Womib displacemnent. "
READ MISS BOLLMAN'8 EXPERIENCE.
So. 1o time ago I u as n t very
weak condition, my i wbrk maide me
A v'ausi and my vht cn ached frlhltfuiTy
all the t'iUxe,-d had I rr h ti lo he6fle
other t othtlr g 0o- a b.Li
E. Piukhaiu's Vegtble
pound for me, aid it eeme to
streugthou m lc a d Ihelp' me at
once, and I di' n1ot got so: tired' at
before. I coutiouoed to take it, and it
hroug ht health and trengtfh to imwe,
and i4 wnt to thii. you for the
ood lt IVhai do13o me."-Mrwa KITIs
I O4LML 14,, l t, & Wales A,.,
New Yor1c Cit .- -Sooo ftorfit froHIognt
ab, i ttearuproving nuiininm4 canet oPv Vwo
Lydia E. Pinkhiam'i VloigetAblle
Coxnpouind ures because it is
the greatest kuowix remedy for.
kidney and wo iibh tmiouble, '
Every woman who is p1uale
about her condition should write
to Ars. Pliakham at Lau, MZass.,
and tell her all.

ROQKY POINT N(WS.
Water is High, Whith Cormpels Travel-
er* toGo Roundabout Way.
Roeky- Point, August 25.-The* water'
Je so highat the Armn that we have to
travel, ia Mllard's Station to town,
ati increase In dista0noe o0 at least two
mileA to tho reident ,n ths vicinity
of Rocky Poin-t. (',t h.tap tre are
not oqmplauinng bwt oith contrary
feel gratetul 'tt the- 0oot i lpaer$ ftro
leaving them the woods to drive
through, now they have aboli he Od the
road.
Chas. MacDonald is building an ad.


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FR iE L UY -UT
In th. 0(, .,rt of
Public Op<.ikiln


(Cuse of M( RClUS E'INDEI. v~.a nil
wiait good clo hih'o.


miIln I -:,


Verdlet for
MAXICUS NIDEL,
Olitt otr to Particular M.<'v, aine v llle, 'la.

l.ns- rt l iot-r(o ef th, Coor : ,
All men wmho wjih to droes
4 well will i unheosiltatingly to
INMA ; CUS ENDED L.


dition to his residernce. N, .-MareUs Endel selli the' famous "Buit4-Clothingl-tbeh
Ed MaeDonald is going to move into W mane by8 6bloes Bros. A Co,. of Baltmore.
the cottage on the basin'. o b . B lt ..o .
(ieo. Beck has moved to the Deti ... .
place, Judson Jones moving inta the
house he vacated.
AMrs. 0. P. Cannon and family, Mre. -.1 . .....
Vai 'Taylor and family, Miss Barton
and Geo. Main ate sojourning at fSea-.O
breene. V& E Ft M IF E,
John T. Crown is enjdying the soun- Ok11
tairl air of the Adirondaeck' and t Le
rapidly regaining health and strength. 30: i a.T .12 t.' * ... 3 ..
He. has one of the most intereaJt(y
families in the State, ten children, the
oldest.only eleven, yet all undet per?- F ,t .yJobn..uun rol._, vi* .
feet control, even to the twins no t -. .- . . ... .-
eight nionthi old, The latter, ifent*rtd n, 8 I 3A U *
for a premium for size and look*' ............ -- II UUA5-
would 1bohard to beat. In these d4. :' t.-. and Jobb. i .
and boarding houses almost as a unit
generate days, when the hotels, fla and- a_ Fancy Bri is
are barring 'ihildrien from their doors, 1|e
afm from odi .-x nncri de. Jru. tly .0, t. it s o
refreshing to meet with children so .* :.. '.' ^I^ 'LL .... ...........P t
well behaved, so united and happy. Sn .i.. ',arus :w s a .rwrrnuZlli,
Mrs.J. A. Bieat and. family returned "OUtt 8i1D 8QUAI. 0 :AItN*XVftLMj. rWLORllDA
to her'home ,odaftA, r a prlouioged L e .d"
s to er father, Samuel Wen i o hothr
H.ay Fever Sason He -Q p. f y. Qorn, Oa,, l or. l, 0a l. e O Me.
Victims of tAis annoying disease wi}A W"bt l A W' w o A Otly ee r good. at
-experence great benefit by taking VtO- . ? PR ". ".d g at.., "
Sley 'sHoney an.d Tat, It topS di- a
cth breahing immedately and .hl#413.
the inflamed air pahge, and even i
it should fail to cure you ft will glwi vel
Inatantle. R*mmber the name, I
Fole. onvey and Tor. Sol. d by J. ." .. .. .. "- .
W a H um & CO.
Cr' %1notin of J; ;COT N;;DEPARTMENT
8eorgetew D, K y.. Au.sw t 2S",- bf , ._. ,. ,
cro"wa-mlaftlon :of 41 w Howaard j,
the tweMri s* beg"e Wfitturdasy
vejtlg oif-*ourt tli umor laig. .r I.'. ......?.. .ai S '.T..
of lmaw'r &Wr a& parro" Is AdSeektiveuos made 4nwwrhi-ouf t
-e.-'f i"2:be a ..' u .... . ,*
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NOTIT FQR W :EET1 8: E t A( ,
TY f TONE, PO'I .ER N
IDURAIILITY "''.:.

Iao$t itstan for -thiNs ttry.nv olimate, ft ,
S tune b ehSt a.ntorltalt, iandi nnoqt sjtluUet ".
Ul t artto ste In ever, ..
A .. :,d tatl ln id Un -,.

Bold yusI continliuly$t ..i'r
OVER TIRTY TWO YEARS
lithba afattbglc failure. If vo,
flttl a pit(ano for a, IttlIomen
servot e Roo :lt the .-.;:. *

Prites owes W asiIs eosaltst wmil ex








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^iaae 6ff five

4 iwsheild by.
loh !saperioro
1r1Iebut be.
their favor
b ,4tariff. The
| P S difierern-
4i ,i0* i;d we here
So ba should e rc
BipOe jo't, part f tfhktn
~ t W lU atd that, all of
lheinpoitat -catt port.
J lfong, eatttde'king. :.
Sflowc0itlzena, ou.
'otrt 'no .litte to
lridra The benew'
iih1 < ie are of thO peos.
di ,h4 tfew. The" pffO~rt
e to obtain tar-reah ingl
bdeno efl. in:" thl,.
liziatwehave-endeaore to
Wot tear down, to d vieIp
44'trot nad hitthat l haeve rbe
,p l ae y . .. ..... :
~ Ae quesion of osppit, atnd
0tt41o'.0 IOsconcerned, my position
Sel alned W' t am- opn
|to^^oloy-witoh would. tear Op
i' 've Otil 6out o'f the

fi^ Iestne et in Irehse
-t6itith.u ndPharl* o 'lrightso
| den edh ranks fre k a inoe
|4^r ;theahrm Ohe'r i th union' r
a is i th grea det work .oph
In the produtre n. sof Flrida
therm. (o-notio. that' there


S I 0 e prob.etion o sea



Amb f in in thed pruoto tion aa
re n t inthe produotion of phose

opvtitn, Airab ini the prqo4ution
001'p first in the production 8t
,le, first i ponge,' high'
i oai4Vaeiadlumber and o.Ietars,
bt'arpt again at 'no .dastnt
: SW., we ,have'won our .'a.
bthe swat of our brows
.bib *coupling to our energy
A4l nd developing Influenoe
A thus, I say, we should
liW6*n,but build up. Weneed
pita here in Florida to assist
I mitopme'nt of. outr many. and
I .Gtood-given reaoureas. I
Sr. hnense areas filled
t "' anid gardens nd "cattle
C ,isee the smoke.of 'busy fad.
crng u(ver. our~eltles, busy
4tI" and-rail .nd profitable
O'n for all our people I am
'Who seek to divide a great
b di~sontent and strife, to
'Rtatewith a policy of reaot.
P||ri~grssBibn, or to make is-
hn. geat foroeAIwhi&h would
a*sntony and aeerd.
ph 1raove Conditions.
tt unnmindrul of the aot, how-
Sfr-.ave conditions onfrnt
ttmid In deeltriug that *troxng
'should be applied to oerieet
0e trust e il has grown utail
P s ie vory ibrties of the'
O Qur present condltionas ,x,,
kre not t altogether unlike
th obtained over a century
*iih forced the colonies to
9hadkles of monarchy and
mapnhind the etqrnasl prin.
) .1raeq)-'Eqt.al sight. to
1 t-)lrlvilegea to ntone,' It iS
| rlno to keep alire in our
tas^^ qo 4uy~ orltw kw
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1 A jl t :'00 '014 t'g es rh We 0, sh
lthofrasnd 0f ob <, & p tie *at-tr.ut 'dbi psad
isoh theh n* >ob o t fer We 40- ior ~oItbe s 4apes oteed 'by fry

|^$ te ea t sir^p0^P', Whut ;0.sW1 |ir0leaI fasorie the u enate to
emprtant b o-p hd* onjps~ r ctiri n.yIu eik. 4ie ai'e strong anid bE ret-
.. .wse thledrit $ t 'e- 1 I 4Inst ohe step rttedy
iti 4t bhewaJ that ~ti a.- bfl, bira the trusts, and w'the ial
4 t$ol4 VthG o the Rp- ublga, payWy wold h.sa wr ilng heons id taoes
're sVti habee 40creat ind r :fo frx atoS elie, gI eisted ., tihede-
tese ul nd oo wlt l prQ4e. -signeR to~ pite the treasury of tohe
1qu2itous ih btarifft must be ch1 nd* of Walt 'ste bankers and 'speQo-
the position that ta e pothective rys tiBted 8tiats'isenators by direct vote
6f the Republeoan party wolo d revt/ of henieople. I favored the enlarge-
onally build up the~ tonf poieOs an4 dli- Ps t h power of the laterstate
-vert the wealth of tChe nation ito the hpnreh ommipsion, and have al-i
control of the few. We h;:v:e PIn' wh y Syadvocated giving the Florida pro-
realizing of that. pey, I r o rits, vegetables, tobacco
these intolerable -on4t htn the m a~ d to the sae measure of pro-
y i i honest tariff reform and wise eOt4 give o he manufacturers of
and just antl(trpet lAows ete dth 4 ny prs of the North. I voted fot the
neither fear nor. oMr., interoceanio odanI in accordaicewith
..nWon. ..a.Y .. platform o.lthe Denmiratic party,
Now, myhfre-iy ll'. nt o ani tiease' su'h a canil would put
laid perApil ii pelif. I n. to :rooean co ere, and would aiford
Florida d r oW '.:Vtirg.inok ovr ithirty.- si a obeck on the powerful trans-qonti-
years ago. ha 'nQting. uoroe al- hetatg railway s in the control of traffic
tuble among my se.anbF "pSeations from ocean to ocean. .
than a V itingneiss to wori w tAn te. 4n-, tm 'riefds, I. have never de-,
gan :y bisdites.' abee.br st iepr ni"ed diigentwork in behalfrof citizens
matrk'r Aop R(faak5onlVle of 'Pforitt ever humble.
sawmi-. I g logged in th. .h Ad s eI'i matters are submitted
knd eaten tlV hy0uWithy aun1aon atthe to yop-a r a.anl!edrg sntellieres
pfre, and proud to ithatand to detin from the facts if I
th fEsl ftthoFe days. are J"havedOemy lny b you, by the
itpunoh ofrietids tdy. As ouno e io prty n by the State of.
:I re.as mdtedtir yea's ago' to yhe theSen- o.
ate. M a jeoI i, otdpen ot all :who u. tdy Forfeits His Life.
read, l shows that no vote ofmine A. rUwag almost ending fatally,
a evr been east fa of te tea horileulcer on the leg o~
truits; it ahowe loyalty to my party onj 3. B. qrnerFranklin Grove, Ill. For
*V y questIp i t issuer it show that four yat aedoetors a ndll
dicredit has been brought upon r. a l
e..fatr IatIou1d ilu grhaduno treubl hto.cure him. Equally
he fair nme of .Floida be 'oul e g'o"od b-rn, bruises, skin eruptions
unkind to tire you, wth. upnessary andpu o2s. 2at all drug stores.








. Should Attend.S ha.5te


ast Fla. Seminary. .

Expenses are moderate. Instruction and dis-
ciplii e not urpa ssed in the South.
Excellent acco aios for young ladies.
Parents may send their daughters to the Semi-





nOt be permitted.
A nmber of crises are sustained, All are
larkgd p at-i t early l Of o CQmmerr 1
t hoth h id gradua tes have excel vnt





Faculty Ef ten aobe instructors. Eactd a spec-


Capt. Hearay of thbe U A., says of the Semi-
nary: aThe diseplin e appearsto be perfect militia







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J. M Gu'lliatns, Su L,


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TROPICAL PINIE-APPLE TAR AND- WINE
Is backed by more than a million
dollars of Florida capital.
It cures Indigestion ad Stomach
Disorders.:. : "
It it a pleasant Toniltl ies appe-
tite and strengthens the p 1ympb .
If your Druggist doesnot :6t 'v
it, write to the manufacturerss.' Cur
or No Pay.".
TROPICAL MANUFACTUfRING C60.,' ,
Jackionville, *Fat..,
Note. -Tropi6al Pine-Apple Tar
and Wine is made from the jttice of
the Florida Pine-A pple: Pan', Tar
"nd Grape Wine, and i- ab)ol utely
pure anda true, tonic.-'Ed.]


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45 t irtatgl y t

8pfMar ~Miintuer Sahi
Sapiiead f abc
AniAWielw ftirle-of t

W 8 teot receptions a
Sclbrn Chrftkas tb
*0ty rbiter Qf t
S~na4ln memnibere a
Witr of Spartanburg.
identf. Miss Blias
!, llfl girl from. Vidaln
W '8lUbIeth Wyckliffe,
;Xi( e, :. r5( was represent

i9:.ati aganmore Hill.
Oathld| L. I, August 25.-47
ait *abyey .and Selntors KwI
lii- .ry *.of- New Jer5eV. will
|pae ,oe blh prpaIdent at Bag&rao
at q a~teraoon, The object
"to ltinvite the preasdent
ten4 ~i" eiWelling of a statue
liot io IO4N* Jerspy soldiers w
battle. of Antietain. H.
44 Chicago, was among t
eiModeat'. mteate at luncheon (adu;


: Watch for a Chill.
fHowever light at thia time of ye
41n in tlhi| climate, it is the forerunn
f alaria. "A disposition to .yaw
n hal tired out feeling even con
i7fo th-,, ,: hl l Herbine, by
tBttuifttlliative action on the liv
'eemalarial'a germs. oaut of t
i ifl the b ood, tones up t
.n .n restores health. 50c

;! h "i .o!,t; Honorary Moetbor.
P@r ,co, AA.^.pmt 3r.--sal Tho.e
?|pt30t baat e1ctedi an'honoxe
4 e ureba Yacht c-
/ kw^nk t for reecuing 'm
^ihtwpo1 %glor .and a party'
4a1, 'c tot wtw" dW 4
a d July 2 lat The boat met d


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iter -i a OqUel whTle etnling Se
e UriLi ri .anchorage at, Saf"ndy H
r Thomag headed the. resmcuin pi
In a. Lutdch. from his yacht.
Father Killed by Hi. en.
1Raleih, N. C., August B.-int P
tHnty Bryan Hardy, a farmer, we <
Atty klled wb1tle trtary to prve
a eon, Georg from commntiUnga m
1T,. Hi. son was on the point
,ng at Ol*ver Smith and seeve
e*.m, who were about to amaoult hi
ieon the rather arrived on the sea
Id. ue!zml the gun. The tatter w
ClentaUy discharged and It. to
rucl the father in the brem st.
Convict Murphy RecapturecL
It. Reno, Nov. August 24.-
aeeph Murphy, who escaped from
Un prison was captured here i
Ut nught. Oonvlct Flrank MUller
Ith' MUrphy at the time, but J t
1 off the sidewalk into the wdlIot
iIreltibota were fired at him, I
, e1ap4 thI the d'arknees. A lac
ite tgon the trail of Miller ani-i
Iptures expected at any moment.
Ot"piner Oreaka Her Srhaft.
i litt e gict 2B.--. flie sbea
? 'uefgle oApei, iHasthe ga. bon






As letA61honu ebrned her ha
-es i sW mOplen w, the pain a1
afthe botar. B wkl a is Jof
i elv it to uta Terii Ro



Miss N.ihvonr Salve turned.


,ore, and is the best pile cu
tby J. W. MaOolglm A-Co.


Rtiherish o1 Z ; beetd (R A
ad. 8cothaz4,"' ue.td a Aown Ptthx g AIGemanen
0o0 -a story ttat O, r tkhb* t lp ea f R OY@ Zit#ek Gwit
en cttalf portkiin o the peepie. 090e IU.Wn ahd l1rIAte work.
't 1 '"Thia wty n a .'mtnitar .w h .
e caught a u "**** "f hsl cone gatbo *
,1 pulpit" 'iakt. ; Sund(er.* Oibe"t .
I 'in, it's fd us rave to sleep 'o the G'en^ ee t snbrk
,Waft I". itu v \ V i ; hur,'lt,'h l i. e :IV 9 PBWo" New York w) I ,
ALo to er n1i pew. an' moi')agb OM 0sA
8. ye' fidl it'. *,s slepi>' here beil .--- T i
2ch f r
11% "The Ill In^v xL an ^ iijjV.- .*X& n t'.he, .., .
la, his" !-( Ow .i;'. of O.'kan('(l hnI'.,tl hle told Solundo2 -.1* G GL.S l SilVaE
ad. 'tlt If .h ic &l ^mcp al- iiln hy e";iith fl2..G^^ ^i^"i^ i I,-l&lL^
Call atwit:hln to her by hold i *. ,.. We bui oi 4t11 5ure. orO anontk "4
It .id. 'The he proveded dwc h Ii lth( 04a @O OA ohi.. Pitr oa
serinon.
"Soniw wets w'nit by. Aondo'i "O-'1 tllU. WAle.a 'AMUII, T'. BaAtioni
day Baunder's, sur,*e be hand up. 'T wire N :ns'e n A WALKER 0' SHAYLOR
The miist(r ttrhi tqtr'd out 'l ;,i. m'T r ,- .
'e de bdehr rise to hr O ,her before thei'whol' coei.r;i.; F i
tO 'Mrs. Mc- regijr, ::m.,-',.,- te.',' 3aea0!onvilto-. F Il In that when I uot y> for .-.t ,. SMOOTH RUN /
ho beauty; yer lflk'dli koT It o :, ---- ----- ------ '.
H. now, If I difnn got (Iu'o(I s ;- I l RHV{EIN IN JAOKSONVILLE SJJTH lER N *-
h. have a-putr br-giu imlteL.' "-l:is .---Vistt tlh---
O. t CRYSTAL. A.(I)ON AND ROOF R AK L
IlaSg Snake nand Wntinr M,e. l*, GARDEN. To
ar "Two years aKgo." siy a. writer hit The beet Liquor in the olty. liter.
IeT t he Sclentlile 'Americtan, *-it was iny t&inmito evry night nt Roof Garden WASHINGTON, NEW YORK ASMVILL and
rn, good fortune to witness at (coimbnt te.w heatre. and the EAST. i'OT SPRINGS N. C
tween a klMug naked and a water no i 1 i . .
[e casn. r was attractedd to thoe wre e MEN D WOM I CINCINNATI; CHICAGO. "TM5 LAND OF THE SKY"
it by a negro latlxrer.* When i r, IehVEN .l ^NBOi1^-- ,""' W'! T, MliiT an^ Uc ruu r A
er, a. wa o(raTito to tean Uv Thd NORTH and WEST..1 "Ths phlr Country"
he the Ipotl I fotiid the -nakes colld to. ,eOelma.^ 4 il, 1T an WET. '' ':i ..
bhe gther in a pool of water, the kltelhg sV mQ afr 'i. oU ewrre D n 1 ( "< 4
at snake gripping -his esiev y with the tip. and no u rt .? lei.n O
-of hib till Just back of the head, It 401e11WSold son hp uAu ,A i ,e ..
wans clearly his n tention to drown the i .i r .nt in Tplal r, W OUTUHttRN RAiloILeW A t w Aieut,
moeeasln. For the purpoe of taking l ytooW. r 5 b
as a photograph t I fted the two strtg- .r ; a on rB W. A. Tem. P. T. e.. Weahi"O D. o. 8 8tam1imv A,'ifs0M D. 0.
ry glilg, writhing serpents to a rock. .",Ti As '
tib, before I took my photograph the king':4
mr anake pulled the miecncasin's head in, l lO..
of the exact positionohe wished and qulek .
. ly streteed his jaws over it. Thought. T
l lessly enough, .1 put the snakes backl A ti' C O
into the water, thinking that the kitg $ ", vj L1t A .
0k. snahe wouldV, also drow. Very, oon,-,_ -' .T.O S A '
however, he left the pool, streted his .n ... < I'I?""4> TO ALL EART Y POJN .. ':
victim straight out before him and tio '..Pw,. i v"o l. : ViA i 1 tST h V( 1A
leisurely begtn to swallow hin. Inii te0, DponI uuu'. \Anth FA illi Lt Xe a,
mry efforts to take another photograph or S [II:or rtrle0s I wop JWet
tlu was frighteiied away. Both suakes No rt h ) 1 0knv u1e4110 UM "' l M
Rtt were nearly theosame size. being about
in- three and a half feet in length."
Rta t it Pate t n l Rapid Transit and Unsurpassed Servic, .
in'- Tho At of 0.9lto.nig. WASH INCTO N 0., C. Time.rble hi inYeit May 24. t908
o There' ts a grace of kind listening as -.-----'- .. ...
elU well as a grace of kind speaking. Some n -.. Dert For ..AlN*,VILI. .. r
A men liaten with art abstracted air ........
e which shows that their thoughts ftf W F b E E BA n
aWho lDaily mediate PointssY
by wioe answer and'irrelevant .quolp. %;
tton how. that they have been ant- Wholesaen and Retail 12:87 pm Ooalt, Leeburg and Tamps, and p
pied with their bwn thoughts as being Daiy nt ed
more lateresting,.at least In their own L E LE -- ---
estimation, than what you have been 2:26p1m in Pailatka, DayUtla, Jacksonvi),le,
st aying. omrne InterrUpt and will not .. Daily North, East and Wet l aly
01' hear yon to the end. Some heti you to .... ...... ....-...... ........
Sthe end and forthwith begin to talk to ouLt uiww old M,..fpram Whis- t.0 i l;40a .HiK h8prin.it, ayeros, stavannah., BAUtsok, 1:1$
yl% you about a similar experience which our. ul ol r ly Albany.lana, all Points WorthK et : ... Da....."
np- has befallen themselves, making ybur Wliak y. expren iprcpaid... .... ....
wIS. Ise only an illustration of their.6wn. Pjour bottle amie TnnTeumneee 25 Rohlt4 Mt2naopy and l.
bmt Borne, meaning to be kind, listen with e" i $ailly ..g Minopy ltr
g" such a determined, lively, violent at- END fOH f O r. i -, .' .
his tentlon that you arp At once made Un W. F. 8SKJBA, Bi t;
comfortable, and the charm -of co- J on. Bay lle, Fla. Di .lgh Sprtinllu ... a
versation is at an end. Many ersone ex.__na_. .ye. si s
Who00 manner. will stand the test of .
in. speaking break down under the trial NC In*erhangeable Mileage Tckk.t. gooe 8 oer ,4 $1O
md itening. -* j)J ralwayuin thie Southern States are on ab tsal p (ea ,l i
el. Huttigs sd *ullelml. injlThrois tullant nalieei r an to ewto N3e1 nI4
1Y Hngh Hastings, when editor of the lan) tl ii.F' L nt.o alrtib Athnsleep in, ai, d o ..h0
uer New York Commercial Ad-erttser, was or.DI I lorlm s 03 Al wA
ta, ineeasant in itteriattacks upon Samuel M it. R. B. T .VIKR, % Mauage^r. AddL... J.A. OODWIN, iClt Agpt. q.BplIiV. V -
es. rJ. Tilde. One day he relied a 1O FIRAN.r U. "I1 *. Com'i Al.,. t., W ).Sre 'filt -'r, A ~i 4%A
ter from fleairy F. Spaulng. then 188 W. Bil t, Astor Bnhhltnj,311eilot Pi*.
president of the Central Trtit c-. RATEa R EABO5NABILE. Thf'luat. H M. lMERfiOeTrit.Mg. "1WfJ.M gO llP Agt.,1
pqny, to the effect that his attacks fresh and salt wa:er fishing to be had P.ingtonW. .
rut nnion Mr. Tlilden an armored unwwarrant- A c. v.'a..i- v-ii.. anl cl(lt utni. lath. ln ..' " "';b,


ner
ind
in-
its.
re


Danish D.fbAuiter Deported.
o3 4,OAw., August u .T-Jualut
4 a banlh detfulter in uena
y Of two offltera, hasa started fot
.' ThO-k there to' be turned over
i thal h WetborttIa to be return
I to ipe>agae.. Jorgeuson's two
tlwlden, who seeeSpatled bim when
e 4d f oq DecArk wit .40,004)
Ull 6) neu loyrs a oa. weal

A owp ask 9reeu taroeps
af~i^.w tk, /: Amtga^ jC-Seeoaso
oMuaowr x Z)w ant Mu. Dopey
M oday OS @6gftp <)nm.rl
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i-t Raea VI. AtlntIc

a t&* Tpe -h br
t 'th kM k "l -CT


ed, and unless he could give some saat- Ing to be had its a shor distance from .
lsfactory explanation Mr. Spaulding hotel. Take the ; lrnto ltrooktville
would discontinue taking the Commioer and drive ovet to (layport by private
cial Advertiser. coneyanee, 122m
Mr. Hastlngs replied, "Whse I was --.---- -..-. ---.. .. ..
known sa the b Wy who sgold grated tar. Ito
a or, eEei Abay Sa leAt STONE BAKRY, WHOLESALE LIQUOR
nilps tfr ho -i ltslh, and he has b ee
doingitteveae." IL. CHA irep. AND BEER HOUSE: :
Mr. Spaulding did not stop the Comt- .ON A .rp ..
*mreWal Advertiser.;-New York ftmaL. ses *r sm (dipes street. ________________
-A"k OI e ~ os06., ion l .i O. 0lio 1 :
dleas9ti e i ryB oA' 1N^ vii1.a.YA. ' W e will ship you, express prepai4 -...
d oni m trnid ernt iacoln to r l ee .. - ..
as :-t'r ,a== 4 full !at0 untitng fulbl,...... UA t.,.C
tqal w* faonr .t nso heated Mrat. A m 4 full qUaortsa te( id Ie $ "4 *
the president' synpmat on he ro d r. ....tr...0 4 L q *,. *
sad a tr tald lamio that itsuste weeW be of great ianowt to him. U ol seloe o careaed 4 full quarts Soial Drop. . . .
t the i B ,.n- e ts ly si to ii. -- --- 1-* ... .... q........ ..H.. i.19. |^ Ql I.
ft t .tom, ..... DG. EDWARDS, f q~u
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,h# : Th il|liams has purchased the '
rblrporp rly owned by 3. J." .
ITweha iin : .d .open :the place t his

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AO'it $lu 8. Oateen, the naval stores oper-
S~M t~r f Micopy, was amog the bui- 0h*St re

' 6 b* ^ ,tes that the overflowed condi- -'. : "-
Oft .the woods has seriously retard- '
-Ai ) >wayk at. his farm, but that the water ".-,
w<^"a gawpidly receding, and thac, thold *B t ;' |
-woibe very favorable in a few days.
S oill Alleno, of Soujh work' We stil coie to, b, sell rive's
S'ed a' prevented attacks o enuh stretchy s m drawers for 1*.*
m.rhnt by taqk'ne Ohambe)-
b s omoh and Liver tblets when Mennon's Bors~4 alcum, 'thegen-
tb RsOtttak eominu on. ioueh at- uine article, k8. .
'tia, Tblts are ost what i Ohgate'e Violet Bra Taleum
l ea -the stomach and 18..
So the approo ng at.

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i.on ho"e wahate 1the same ,w a. ." B
loll# T b yo d and oedicine'
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CaBe ofr Rev. Davi.d HalI Continued
S Upon Motion Until Monday.

the council Ahamber aterd y to hear , on os
the proceedings in the ma yo6, court, _-: e
wh6erin 'Rev. fDawlv^it ,Al w, e 1 eals a *--,I ord~"dar o.ip
raigned upon a charge of filing whie. '* t 4J f ooe
key in violation of he ifi
.It will be remembere that ;ev.
Hall was arrested Monday upon this Ua
charge by OfficeerOromwelt tho placed 911
him in the cioy prison. .
*The croi^ w thlip :obcasiotr wal lis-
appointed, al 0ol. 'obt. R. Davi, at-
torney for -H|li, moved fdoa continu-.
ance of the case until this *rning a- .
Mayor MoArti, ithe defdant : .
pprelease4-ipon a ond o. Wbo. Special Reductions in several
W. S. BroomeAoteod as oounal for
the OY.y.,::-: ... grades while the cards last.
Boy pCred o.f:olic After PhysilIan'.s ... / :'_
T: atmnt '.ad Failed. .
My' boy. whena;.fur'yeara. old, was
.t.ken witi co a-d Oramps 'in his VRTE TOMK]I REROP
At6oaah,: sent.fori the, doctor and he Souti side $suare) "
inljetedinorphitne, but the child kept ---
getting orse, I then gave him half a o i-. tan. SvilrS, ajp
tapolobtful of ".Ohamberlain's (Tolio, a' corteous ttention. TLe :tt
Oholera and Diarrhoea iRemedy, and e of te bo i earyestly eI~
invhalf-n 'hour' he was alteping. and
oen re ere4. .,.Wlkins, Shel
ake,' W i2.. Mr. Wilkin:is bookkeeper --
:forthe Sell Lak Lumber Oo. For Will Draw Today. .,
6e bl" all drugglstst nd medicine The Suis i requested to annoton
ompani, _____.. thatthe drawing for the free 'tcke1i
M ADE GOOD SHOWING. New or ffaed. by. the ereha
will tikeppladd at the store o".i t
First National Bank of Gainesville In- Miller .,& Avera Company ..at, 0 .i
crease Surplu xand Profits. *". o'clok this t'orning, The cot)mist.1
As the betWevldenoe that- the First elte ed to draw the ticketr*compwit
National o Bank of Gainev tile is forging S:e'tovM H. H. McOreary, Dr. J',. ''.
ahead afely ,and, that.the stockhol ra 0 ainstry, Jr., and Phillp .Mill0
have a good thing, itothe fact that the The dinwing will be public, and tlLoae
institution has increased it* surplnl -holditig tickets are requested toI be
and dndtivded prOfits from $20,000 to present. '__ _.___0_
a0)' Physicians and Dbuggsiats .
This institution. i ofll er4ed by able Ford & Sturgeon, a prominent drug .
men on oa conservative. biia, and has flrtMat Rooky Hti'lStatio y., writes:
4''W& Prov a a invest meant. "We were requeece by I3r. G. W
rla O nstancy e send Herblue for the
.,Myterloua Olrcmtanc. benefitt ot odr custoet. e ordered
O w pale and allow and the tee dozen i' mr, e d re
dthe gdl to say, He 8 'e2' s 0 y-iven such '
.tf e? ,* wo s blush with great .atfactioan at e have duo i,
tS nSaw le IEings New L Pill. eed ths at threet tit And t y
aini it.' By gently around we you0an oher order.
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