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Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Publication Date: 07 7, 1903
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID02134
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I. Lady iDurette, of
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Cuatlotts K. C,, July 6.-John Os
borne, the hngro charged with crIlmin-
alUy asaulung Mrs. UiIzle Weutz, a
white woman. aged 64 years; In Union
county, Sunday night, paid the penal-
tr Witu his life
He was taken from the offk ceraipho
warnr nfl rvawi n w lim1 M to n hti1n


TF Mrs %J WRv %7T a A54 a r ik*J 1
'CQunty jail And lynched
id miles from Xnxd4an Trail,
r tthe Carolina Central
lynchlng party was corn
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easily overpowered.
* Osborne received a preliminary,
Iearhne during the afternoon and walI
" Oonmhtod to Jail to a-watt the next
term of Union county superior court"
It Is iald that the negro made a full
conf acion of the crime before he wam
lynch, .
Frank Kezzias and Luke Horton
Were dtutised to take -the prisoner to
SMonrce and lodge him In JaiL At-
i ter they had traveled about 2 mWle1
of the distaance, and wnen they were
thi the midt of- a body of denae wood-
land, they were halted by at mob,
I who pulled the negro rrom the buggy
and rma4e Kezziah and Hortoj drive
on. The negro wnsnoo t scare with
out a struggle. Kezziah flredJ one shot
at the mob before he was disarmed.
The mob lost no time in tying a rope
around the negrops neck. and hanging
him tu the limb-ot a tree near the
roadstrle.
John Osborne, the lyn.hed negro,
9 was about 24 years old. He bore
a bad reputation and haid been nc-
cusel n!. committing criminal 'assaiqltM
previ.kas to the commission of the
crime for whichli he was lynched;
"Mru. Wentz Is in a critical ondl
tlon. There is no excIteme, In the
neCghborhooT. .RI--
.CAUGHT AFTER EIGHT M.


rested In Baltimore. -:
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iXra. Phares on Trial For Hus-

band's Murder. ,

TAKES STAND IN OWN DEFlNSt


SAdmith


AuthorshI'p of Love Letters tc


Taylor---Theory of Oefcnse


Pharos Committed
of Long Illnn.


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Mkn'rt Holly, N.J., July 6--Mrs. An
na n Phares, accused or giving mt.r
dered her huebaud, Albert Pharos, by
pOisca, because 'of her affeotlou toi
Garlwe'd Taylor. took Mto witness sttand
W-edne&day li her own dci'tuee, Many
wOmtn wre present to listen to hei
tesRUmoiy.
She wan very calm and gavo her
tentiolrny without the .liItoegit trace
of nervousnesa. 8 She declared thai
during their married lihe sh\ had never
qUaricled w4th hier uebamid,l their only
diaevouqeas having been aiout ttte chll.
dren. Beln i member of the Unloi
Meeabtaec pod a oon'taNtl), hor huis.
band was awaytp t nIwht very often.
she sald, and had reqte;fted Garfieldl
Tayklr to remain at thtw Iiuo.s with
'her. He .paid hit. flidt vialt therMo
*about 'theo year* ago.
Thr week before .All,-rt.s death
Mrs. Phares said she weor to Trenton
wLh Ler children, havtig had trou
blo v.ltii her huw baiid. It y request of
Taylor she. mot hlim at lhlirllngton the
next cay, March 7. T1hey went to
Caunicen and 'Atop-d tw.W (lay; wi;h
Jenalo Moore, Whillo there Taylor
wanted her to marry hiit. but she re
fused.eL He said he would marry hor
It heihad to go throub Pre nAd water.
.'In explanajbon of her .Trentob letter
to Tailor, which was nl iaed "Your
wife and smeetwvart, Nan." hbe satfl
she had ued th Is ainguago becaSvn,
Taylor had signed his letters In a irdni
liar manner and she wAs Imi:-atlng hilm
The expresnlon that tite woIuld g(
throutin fire and water for Taylor, ul8


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8ayer of Texas StateComptroll1r
cAused Victim of Traffloking,
Do'las, Tox.. July t.-Tbe tl
hanldo toL States Comptroller L
at AulIIn. by & W. Hill.tho disml
department clerk. boeforo he k
Lovo, wat iiade I)puilte WVedr.oda,:
show,6ajtctleM wast at the hottern
the playing. -Zw4-.r W follows;
Austin, Tex., June, 1903,-C00
R. M, LoVe, Conmptrnllor-Dear'
Public E offI( is a itiubli trust. P1
offlc s are created ror the Mi'rv
oC thi people, anid not tho at'gran'
nitnt uf a feow %Adividuals. The r
ticle of bartering department c0
ehips for private Kan Is a disrtE
the p'xblic servtce, and i'n thlis ve
ous traffic you are a revovd-breal
You have roti)od the state's
ploycas, and! your Incompotont ad
Istration has iormllted other a to
the s4ato. Thi n- mant who, clair
to be a ChriAtitn. deprive othor
emploIment Is it. iyV(Nrtt alrd a
0t'nnt. ir thie host of Iozoornttic ap
montpotitlcllnp o1 this atate of ihe
C(nigwioy, Il)bhlntq 8obe)astlaii, Rb
tree type, had Sutll a ruling about t
as a ('lSCnaleirdeO Ii a h4ltlUy estat
netlvity they could not look a ile
llcan in tho fLace..l'/thout blirhtliif
16bt,) groAetout mind that ovor I
Its wIR:(htlLi to tho worldI, tihe wli
almost, capatlo of umpiring tio
tiny t.Lwoena right an'i wroug,.
'You tako my lifo whon you do-
from ume ho moantl by whith I
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had ioon a clek In tho dopartJ
for 14 yearn, wa one or0 tho 4pniO
dinmrlsinvi to mske roomni for a p
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4, ^ I: 5$* tt4I welt :iowa 'in this
b** tVd ;= henr.; Mnnday afternoon
Ii J1*^bt Atikiticq. Ohrnat Line frmm
I 11*p $tunttver ountt. serlousl7

IWh O q 0 t of t long siege of
rq0bbt from -, the swamps In
rj '- b working for the hpast.

iOntbs- TD arrival of the
Szrhienti ubcouclou,. yand wRs
4I4 U@ taome'sof h'hi siter, where
too jjI4;W.ss a't one" procured.

|i.e pie $ikft rFbgailned cbnsotouses
S.J ra 7*or*lfg, but was so weak
i : ..':Ytyip -fetan.Dt J; H. dodges,
wlbe4thoxeabout him nol to talk
-...:'Vero v, stated that he
t 04 pr -stam1, Ii at Lua-
MI0 Ufrthe Rpat fa mtonthi, and
-. CwQ'weeks ago he conitraoted
Vr Wndicngthatbthe was becomIng

I.*&Wt _-ihe' pinohwmed a ticket to
:iIr ^^flu. a He was perfectly con-

ii J UWhen the 4Jkeg w6s secured.
members getting aboard the
1iand being weak and exhausted,
ilto .Bl'eep. The next thing he

.~.wsi s when he awoke at the bone
1 sistere, Mr. 3B.T. Arnow.
Stnunmrous fiends of Mr, Daugh-
I r^geg~t to learn ot his lllness,,
%.r.o09e At;b he will Boon regain his.
i m health. ." '

I' tid .;d6From terrible Death .
4Y" pjaniiyot Wrq.M.t. Bobbit of
ltpnmTTenn., saw her-dying and
l powerlesss to save her. The most
Sib'abj phYulolans and every remedy
i0'tIfedl while consumption was
6fi 17 but SUtel7 taking her life., In
hIliert@ble hour Dr. King s New Die-
'W^.r4y for conpuinption turned despair
r l joy, The filbtbottle brought Im.

n|^kj rst 'nd Ita ocqatinaed aste
||1!^-aev~^^^ the moflt
tee t in o pure !n the world for all throat
i1'.B' in troqlble,, guaranteedd bot-

.. t~eb$Ooand $1. Trial bottles free at
r5 lug .d.tru
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*ut4Jt-tks expected .I
__ _Pe.. : _were elected.,
-' To MoArthur'' delight
They failed to alight.
h,0. A .aay, Sa nday night and
Monday. ateaPete succeeded, In .a
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rmagnfloenhi :game in defeating the

?afys In a bepre of 8 to 4. ,
out g.]ootday night wait wheu the
b'Pin froze. When our people were

w it qg in bated, breath to find out just
how ba'ly the Oak Halls defeated the
.Fair boys,A little piece f d electricity
brought these tidings: o.

Vald'ota7, Gatnesville 0i
That was ,a plenty, but we'11 gut
another pass at tihe Georgia boys to-
day, When White will pitch.,
Gainesaville aud Valdosta will play a
Series of three games, which will gtve
thoem today and tomorrow,
No i Om 6it Jack onviplle.


Owing to a heavy downpour
there was no game between
and Jacksonville.


Standing of the
Played
JaoksonyVlle. .... .12
Tampa. ........ 4p10O
Galn0 v alle* .. ... 411i
Valdosta ......,,.11
,Qultman. ..-..* 12


Teams.
Won Lost
10 2
7 8
8' 5
4 7
8 9


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Tampa


P.OC.
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.700
.646
.3864
.250


Cholera Infantum.
This has bloig been regarded as one
of the most dangerous and fatal dit-
eases to which infants are subject. It
can be cured, however, when properly
treated. All that is necessary is to
Sive Chamberlain 's Colie, Cholera and
larrhoea Remedy and. castor oil, as
directed with each bottle, and a cure
is certain. For sale by all druggists
and medicine dealers. ..
KENNARD-MIXSON.

Marriage of Two Popular Young Peo-
ple in This. City Sunday Night.


There. was a pretty and impreessivp'
wedding solemnized ix this city an-
.da ev.VVg at 7 o'clock, the ootraot-
ing parties bteli#iEd*v4rd s Kenitnard
and Miss Mamie A. Mbixon of FlemIn
^Ingtou. i
SThe ceremonyy was performed in the
presencee of about thirty .friends and
relatives at the home of Judge G. J.
Arnnw. Enast GfnInniavil i u'anrldfnthar


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SHas Cured T thousands, Will
"i.' Cure YVQU,
JIf you are troubled- with kidney or
bladder troubles, suqh as dropsy,
Bright's disease, dcatarrh, gravel of the
bladder, albumen in urine and un-
healthy deposits, or too frequent dis-
charge of thelurine, pain in the back
and ?ladder, dropsical swelling of the
feet and legs, etc., etc., we guarantee
that by using Smith's Sure Kidney
Care, a complete cure will be effected.
Price 50 cenritsand $1.00.. For sale y
JOHNSON BROS.,%


BANNER

fr the most ho4
the world It cu
Buns F and all
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The Florida
Fruit and Truck GrowerM



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devoted especially to the interests of
the fruit and vegetable growers of
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I Connectionst-or Palmetto, Mana
Saturday, from Gaineasville.
Train No. 84, Seaboard Express,
Tarnmpa, Jacksonville and- New York,
buled day coaches between Jacksonvi
dining car service from Jacksonville.


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tow Preached Able Sev-
on of This Subject.
i, July &.-"Whata, in a
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FWO .,unto them that rcll
^Iand ,good evil;I that put
S .igh,' and light for dark-
tib+4ltter for sweet., and

-on the foregoing theme
'tis pulpit at the, Vipe
Lgational chutreh, Herbert

!hililips, I believe iA was,
Bpiypocrisy as the homage
er to virtue.
lpuggests,a common niani-
.ypocrisy. The insincer-
i. finds expression in the
lit uses;
oeak plain; a liIo may keep
Sa whole age longer, if it
I:shield cf some fair-seem-

Iogistfi for chattel slavery
4,' How labored were the
*trby which they sought to
r gly face '"Patriar6hal in-
| peculiar institution,' 'eco
|tdination ;' these are some
j ug phrasest wlHichl they
Idell Phillii|sed to tell of
t preacherHho took one
meiber to ta for holding
l) not being 'courageous
,say alates riglit out in the
advised him to get rid of the
t.' He used alMo to tell of
te that being 'obliged to
|j institutions of the South,
ilng that his old New Eng-
which had spoken so many
;ee truths, should foul their
w-rith the hated word, ph rased
rent type of industry/' How
id souls quakel at the harsh,
| of Garrison! 'To unmask
Jrisy was an exceedingly dis-
ihttt equally iaccesa*ry task.


rnway ha said: 'It was only
Phrases about the -evil of
rhich would pass .away int
Stiime, made way for the
8ts1 denunciation of thie, Con-
'a an agreement witil hell'
ortress began to fall. In
, reforms are wrought by
atre in oneriest.'
Vpostl6 of progress in the
;ttry has had to tear the livy


Wen from the forms of vice;
I to brand as crimeI that
rved the sanction of law;
Sto denounce as hypocrisy
y was paraded as virtue.
thfo imeaninir of oar text.


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Csns Lint. fsr Otnr Food.
"1 trust you will not publish my -ninc, but I
felt that i owed It to your company to XlPO my
esteem for a food, which by Unin g oa& 0MSAlt Ie to tol
that It so tar afttlsfmi appetite that I carm Ytvry little for
any other food."
(Nwme furnished on. applcation.)


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ten: 'Woe unto tiem that call evil
good, and good evil;- that put darkness
for light, and light for darknos ; thfat
put bitter for sweet, and sweet (or bit-
ter.
"Take the word 'Doiinocra-t' The
way in which that word is tist-d today
shows a confusion of thoughLt o polit-
Ial Iquestions. or an amazing amount
of political insincerity-probably both-
"To be a Democrat, socially, mioaus0 to
hate all kiugs and castes, and
rank of" birth.
For all the BOiB or men anre SOILS orf
God,#
Nor limpsa a beggar buit is lioly born ;
Nor wears a slave a yuk&V nor czar I1
crown,
That makes him oless or moro thaui just
a rxaxi.'
o be a Detnporat, politically,
mt',ins to )ppose every legal tdvtLltntg
whicli effects it inle(tuitIbl) distribu-
Liokn of. wealth auid creates artifictil
social distinctioins. Yt how often wo
fllid men calling theirnsevus 'I)eino
crats' who nrQ i)routd not to be or tiw
common fl Itrd, and Who are blei!.1V-
wtaries and defenders of legal inozipo-
l1i4 and special privilegess.


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' Ri f l^O~taf, .Put~tqsutot known -to
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=.<*tb|iT4 fl!WIJipIppI .valley were., as
SI ii f.ll'"op"i"lated' as Mas4ohusetts, it
)4Fd- hv, iw,wooo,ooo Inhabitants.

1t to be hoped chat Russia *41
W.'" it &iVpeti5flon to the President
*' sthe burning Oforilnals atthe


.4Vhl.,ove r thiup get. dull in New
t##rD&VOery make. a speech which
Itl lbu q to the gaiety of nations
1! th flqd of slang. .- 1

(^^u-.lr Thomim' oipton came 9ver on the
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taho.h publVo printing at Wash ington
*),1hea peoplel e -o f t ho U n cited States
Il V*U3'(ar of whoh amount he
.OS netheirrdo probably one-hal fise
th'e'i.onz;g" he s ao: d red* =
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and he does both without thinking."
Judge De Armoud ii an amiable and
kindly gentleman, a rlp.e, scholar, an
able lawyer, and a splendid legislator.
Hio retirement from CongresS would
Ibe a distinct loss to the Democratic
party and to the nation.


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Ae F 9;* of t67* 41a^hii&'tothzgzi-.,
I wyt Jut iAhW=
fl4M 'i Mybovbe qj Mcoin
rit',h on dl ;ry. He Wa the
ho!e ot0.Fo*P `.*Mi iurl delegation for
1aeu tipmt~iaittn tor sjp@&ker in the
'if'ye 6bth Opnsreu when it con-
e? iut 't.e"4 to- s'tsicfor the
I I i tI ti i I I4ted ichofiee--hi n-f .
^: *^ Ohtmp Clark.. If the Dem.-
erits a4i c"eanted. .the BHoune he un-'
d6ubtedfy would hawe beenO a eandi'
at4ew forI spker, but he 1did not
Cere to undertake to harmonize 'the
taf-ions-ii- thoe party in the Hobuse as
the. floor leader. IThe ludge realizes
hibs shortcomings as a good mizer with
men. H sh none of the bon homine,
camaraderie ehLraoterlsti!esI in his
mentaL makeup. "He Is ehort on heap
tak aim! long o.- thinking. Hl is eO-
sentially a thinker and a'student, and
"never- loses any ttme indulglng in
cloakroom BoreR He does not
Inspire affection, but compels
admiration from his Democratic
ooleagues, and is feared and .disliked
by thQ Republicans. He is the great-
St verbal evilscerator in the House,
and canL perform the neatest job of
sknnlng and gutting an opponent of
any man in the Copgress. He is a hum-
man wasp .and his, sBiinger is always
ready for brzsiness. He is not an orator
in the true sense of the word, for he hat
a monotonous and metallic 'voice that
fl not pleasant, and he rarely gestieu-
latei. HIS diction, however, is almost
perfect." and he is one of the few men
in Congress who never correct the re-
porters9 notes for inpertion in the Rec-
orda. When he gets through his
speech Is a ftiiished production. As a
sample of his dexterity with scalpel
and rapier, he once afid of an oppo-
nent who had a penchant for spilling
large gobs of printer'a ink and volumi-
nosly vociferating to the reporters:
"He is, Mr. Chairman, the most re-
markable man I ever knew..1 When
heis- not writing he is talking, and


How's This?
We offer One Hundred Dollars R(
ward for any came of Catarrh that can
not-be cured by Hall's Oatarrh Cure.
"F. J, CHENEY &.Co., Toledo, 0.
We, the undersigned, have know
F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, an
believe him perfectly honorable in a
Sbusinens transactions and financial]
able tooearry out any obligatiouis mad
by their firm. -.
WEST& TaAx,, Wholesale Druggist
SToledo, 0.
WADLING, KINNAN & MARVIN, WVloI(
sale Druuggtte. loledo. 0.


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left an 44tdq ;: $2,5ODo,6Oo. In the
'cjrcctlt *owiwrt Tuesday tlIe sons adi
d ghtcr's united in. a prDUUop to have.
l.OUrolIne Patters.n removed as true.
itee id t-. compel her. to gitVe an nc4
cQanaitr g-to j4 40XOO00 Wh3 ,h they &
sert the obtained by wrongful nflut-
ece er thblr, father.-
i Th. ey charge that Iu 1880 their fah-
er z Yt Caroltno Patterson,* a poor
sch+vo1 teacher.orT n iutatnat
.,.(dIith her. *-.She movedwstbfn'a
I block of the borne of his wife and
I famr I.ig. Sthe 01became bin confidentl
adyviserh-. In 1891 a son was b adn
I MisM Pa.te.kon aotained reaJty valued
Sat r2oOOt h .rom Clark.
r',It ts alleged that Caroline Patter-
son arpropriated from 1891 to 1892
' his entire Income, amounting to $50,-
S000 or $60,000 a year. Alout the time
Sof his death It n .1 said Miss Patterson
MonceiPed or destroyed all of the books
of account and entry relating to Clark's
Sbusin ass ,5,l '
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Secret Serv Ile Men Give Counterfeit

ers No Mercy. ..
I WtWhingt6on, July 6.-The annual re
jport of John E. Wilkle, chief of the
UoaItt'c Stteed e*rret service, wlbxtn
RwaM 2!ado public Wedneisday, shoWs
that the government sleuths 'have
kept ac.e with the counterfeiters,
[The arrefits for counterfeytng dur-
ng the year wore 424, of which eoew
1*York futrnlshed 54, Pennsylvania .2
-aid ilifssouri 47. The total tirrests In
1902 were 78. I
The i ogae notes captured amounted
StoQ 41d,2t1.90. The counterfeit coin
reprbbeseting *115,479.11. The molds
for making bogus coin seized last
year numbered 412. In 1902, when


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LOCAL TIME CARD No.
fOUTNROUND-.RIAS DOWN*

D i&ly. Daily.

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beI0 3We bad 1W or- t
. 0Il At this time of. -."
VwFo
lii e warty growths, hea. -
moles and pim$SthZt. kIrfl
Shave n.on the bteodY tort
Almost rom birth begaM, Wo01
to inflame and. fester, ,Serwe
and before very long 1s _
are largeeating uaon.
Whenever a sore or ulcer
omething .i.A radically -rong
that bas been slumbering .thert
and breaks out and becomes a
"Cancer. These old sores are rm
.saves, etc., keep the surface
medic
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is needed
J poison .i
C that this
it, and nicers of every kind qu
,erties. If you have an old sore
cal advice or any information q
ciaas withontcharge. THE y7


nearly as much counterfeit 'O&tn was
sBezed, only 168 mold were captured.
These figures show improvement in
the service.
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-thbs*I*Ayr04d of Ith4Stio
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Bl^^if'" moon. H as detested and re ported '
i,.-b4 Pr8iid;ntMand-E.T b. a he.ayornimpoeda,.f4n4 om oa
ct3'ra1. ManagDeaOne Of aud&'3#st w s: aat fth ct i

,,and Most Profrtble Rail- T1he caes of "Alex Chisholm'
prt, i 7..d. nd Otf sApprehargved4 wltha eiotle on*




--; ....... ...... mix-up; '-and cutttng0 affray, wa. *.
eUion of Sunday bear brought beforiyle the rI out, Thai lr-i





p. hloh will-be o( interest .!ouimtan e of this .ass.are familiar,
l ofth wsecto: they .have I ppeIrd in The ,





tekaonyi~le &, Southwestern Sun two or three tiroes.- ..fter hear-i
VowneN by ti-s Cummer of in ust ow it
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has been Bold to (3. WV. Ohaae mayor discharged ChizshOlin and let
S. ing i3.2nbut. Thie palroved raystherexp-
ei president of theutton ie to Sapp, who was uted and pafortunated






& Company, and under the enough to-tet about two inches of
rfihip of the r .ilroad .Mr. oo Id steel plunge betweeu. his ribs!
resident of the taksonvtlle a t lsyor hmpelled to Oa the1
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stern. ,s eoaf-but from th ievidenoe the whole
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Superintendent and traffic *"--""-- .... "r- .
of..'a road, Paonot made Rsei- ...... .- DAY . o

the company, and is also gen- -_~,:" ... i _
S- and Oth lnquent Tappx Lands Placed on Sale











>le" piece' o~f prop'er ty. The iMonday warn legal sales day. and un-I
a eishty-vle orilea from wuixlactlvaty wu tnoed about thew
ill to Tewberry, Fla. rt ougbse, ite binge the doutay wle. T the ir
.hrich sitionbe of intmber and delinquent tax lands Were placed' on











e lands. The road bed and sale. ThisBsle attracted many people
it of the ysem are in plen- im the country, and for a time the
tion, I st ne in the vicinityave oapp the coa4 rt house












td has direct connections with. 'a ,el onI
gna Southern & twoororrda at ee ties" A ter: iara!
t4.bt the0 Cununers Of tug' "Just. bow: it happened," the,
1as beeip sold Lto W,. Chase, mayor disch 'arged Chisholin anad' letI











ille tand Lake Butleraking deemed, sown witold for the tax., andgregat.
lug2$3.Z..TEhis 'rwved ratherexpon-IT










as the new reident, is utone other parcels papp, wsed to wthe State.unforuate
w Company, and under the elloughi to -get about two incites of
4erhip of' the rritroaLd Mr. cold'steeil piu geft between. his ribs









t promindento the Jacoe nvillen It was alsompcompelled t compete te
a and the fact that he will bes at ye-buterdayo ad the eoletor nd
ence at this c who wasient business appeared to be Sapp'e taci
S-uperintendent and traffic. a Sj-*- -h .-..._-_- -
of.-she road, is now made -Cee.. EALSLE AY%
,othe com y, and is also genew
Delinquent Tax Lands Placed on Sate
.ig.ksonville A :Sputlvwestern Is byJE 0.
Il. 'piece of property. The"odywslgl ae aT n n
446a ,eighty,-fve miles from t4uI -R1 ctiv itywa-uo.d1 bot.h
ille~ to.$ebery fa. *t ho ueeit -b being thoa day when the
I ic scton..of.imbe adadlinqu'ent. tax lands. were played' on
e~ ~ lad.Th od o.an- ae This sale attracted many people
it of the system are ini spthn- finithe country, and, for a timne the


ie of it future -ues.
me of It's future Success.


he Boss Worm Medicine.
KuiMpe, druggist, Leighton,
Ites: "One of my customers
ild. which was sick, antd throw
MOd, could retain nothing on its
3 He bought one bottle or
nam Vermifuge, and it
worms from the child.
rw medicine in the
se's Cream Vermifuge
jidren's tonic-.., It im-
Igestion and assimula-
strengthens their ner-
iq4restores them to the
4td elasticity of spirits
hood. 25o at Johnson


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Over-Work. Weakens
Your Kidneys.
Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood.

All the blood in your body pates through
your kidneys once every three minutes.
y kn qn. e TOCe kidneys are-your
( blood purifiers. they fil-
ter out ihe waste or
y^ ,I tmpuritie In the blood.
lJyIf they aresick or out
lkr^ of order, they fall to do
their work,
PiPains, acheandrheu-
S.Jl ilh matismn com e from *x-
S"-c cets of uric acid In the
., ,-_,--' blood, due to neglected
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In these weekly usl as of the past ftw1 t1totit,s we -have touched
o0i many sides of tIhe (MtIIhiIng question-we )havo enkloavored to be
impartial in all tour ,t tements-wo havo sought to give facts, and
facts only-nielther etchliing the ruthI in our favor, nor distortlugt
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oek visiting relatives and friends.
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#ftr old h o ne
W .4'. Powel h)o4 beon laid -p wi-th

feverr for at few days. fie Is out
t I Ij & V&stten nng to b iu inoiis
IMr. and Mrf.. Frei viited r!la-
.,4ve In i-Bra identown dite last .week,
nkiata AdvantaRg of th ,July tiuc.
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(iVwery Remarkable Cure of, Diarrhooa%
L."About itx year ago for the tfl)rt
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Y$M49 in my life I had a sudden and
1 e rtiek of diarrhoea sysMrs.,
vlg <*'tof Miller, ot rMorgah, Tstoxsc.
itotzporary relief, but toainme back
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8hf I a"no of the H ouse' fa

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w w** preawrriagerd byp re







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ew of the Fourth of July
oUlirday, and the o many I
*4t tave Ueen extended. td
tI-re, =Zhat there -aholild be'
h pI o6 Friday. And thore

.r and a halt during h-trdi
SJlasted was s pent in rea.ln
I ,ad time, four short bM1i
,ntr oduco fcor first reai lug
I a number of local bill.
Showing local bills were pas*,
k house:
Howefl of( Meriweather-To*
I act establishing tl0, et)y
'?Oreenville.
I.Weoh, of GNlmer-To amend
.e tawn of Eatsfl Ijay, IVn
,y of Gtlmer.
'lelds of Dooly-To ameni
on laws of the elty of Cor

P. SpeUice of \\iare-.-To rein
tb the town of Waycross asi
Ort Waycross.
Kelly of Glasscock-ITh re
to create Uan advisory rd
lst1ioners for tbe counrt- 0
"And Glaseochk,
40 Payton of Habervham-VvT
mIct to. incorporate the city
Ij In Haberaham county.
|sCarr of Newton-To Incor
Pe towns of Mansfield, In the
"tNewton.
iLrs. Hardman and Holder ol
F-To establiab th** city iou'rt
frBon in Jackson county.
Ur fl3anjel of Ernanuel-~sTo
|It art establishing the city
rt Swalns boro, in mne.

K. ,Womble of Upton-To pro
manufacturee of alcoholic.
| or moalt liquors In the 537th
^tiatz'Iet, iu Upt~on county.
*1.Nars. Hardlemaii andZ Holdor 01


To repealo an eact to. establtsb
ourt of Jefferson, in Jacksov


Mitcham of Cluyton-To pro
ae removal of all tbatructions
Ians used for operating
Iner'y, from the runnftui
ayton county.
Sed t-hat some Importani
,will be made to the bWt
1hfrn1 of Brookas designed
po.$ Bselling on horse races
r.qkor. A recent- Bupreme
fr.lon cla-ses pool room as
ouees0 which will result In


Them up.
a ulcdoen's bill Is designed tc
Spool selling altogether in the


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bad breath, genert .debility; 'aout rh-
tinpg and narrh of the stomach ar
Small duo -o lndIj*tIon. 'Kodol ,urst
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Abnts the natural juices of dlgnto4
as they existt In a hnalthy xomach,
combined with sthit greatet known tOnlto
and .;*construotToa prd4erflto. Kodol
Dyspeps1; Cure don got only ure ,In-.
digeatlon and dyspepsia, but this famous
remedy cures all tomLch troubles by
oloathin4,. purifying, aweetening and
S strengthening the xamucoua mtmbranen
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DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT

SGives Health to tihe SicK and
strength to the Weak.
Bottle onl. $1.00 Size holdihg 2n t2ma
the trial sli. which aIlla for 50o., f
Pm"pa b bJ ,. DeWitt 41 Co.. Chipago.I
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MEN AND WOMEN.
VSI Stfr a tor nnbltutM
i llff 14'&lfdisb ilSOargs iinflaniIn^ liot s
Gmmrat 1%ikt ilrrittloui, or ulerntlolasl
te to wttlairon. of4 m inu a a s mUraneuh .
Prvwymn VaUWe, Psithins, and hot mutrlnC
HEIVAN*HNEMI LMt ont or poionlon ,
SNO IA01TIO/ bold by N rarllats
-v h A*or e*n In plain wrapper,
by exreus. prepaid fot
*, p00. or a botti.. I7k.
Uhrculat htIk mon tnsqu
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TO TIHE PUBLIC.
W,et. thUe uvidersigned, lierdeby agree
to pfty $1,000 to any mantfacturer of
paint who catB show, by siinlar tentA,
any paint aetandting utA any metal
s surface as perfectly and for io l 1dg a
i tme as our
GRAPHIITE ELASTIC PAINT.
We guarantee GRAPhITE ELAS-
TIC paint to contain no tar, rosit, a3-
plialtum or any of tht products otf
petroleum, arid when applied to any


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Qraduabe Milttnooe GoII~te fl'nidl SuItiert
kive years' exrerlenoe In Ncw York Clt.,,
Orowc, BIdh'e wark and M UIV)O1r SPeoluoit1ei,
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CIVIL LINOIN VER AND SMrRVEYOR
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Doaler in tin reIs, a' hirouoghl .ppoMtO
wAh every seottlon or lan In Alihua coutlsy.
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FURNITURE REPA !MPO
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LOOKING GLASSES 11R-S IVEtEf
We buy or sell V'urntture, ir can econrwt
with yiai ou the o.m Mi on b.i; ,. tiMMi
soki sl ut ond attalcotion always, .. .

A LWRID S. TAYLOR
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OAFE BEILVEDUKRLE,
WlM. SCI.IILLFJt Puoi'iti .tnor.
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WVines, Liquors aiid Cignirs.


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JOHN MINWIJE$, Pr,1'I'rf-.tor.
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DlulkoI Duke.depred yesterday
e visit to. relatives at High
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tjt IHt Hail departed yester4jy
t^llulah Fall. %R* there she will
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vit^ ::tkImri aflp aiiul.ft.uf Sheriff G. W.
V,; iZ411tP of Newberry were amo-g
I4.e !'$0ll to thbe oit* jriate~,-
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..4.-.Swe+qrail^k. buttermilk and clmbber,
i.i lio esanlattlis O. ena-in for sale.
BBK^^Fl^i i O Mr L- 1 W; .Tatekcfiu.. 6t. ,

*k'. $.Ilsi Etmoa PrSdee, a chtrminng
IObftug lady of MIOanopy., made a
j*b.lfct vl.tI to friends in thbecity yesLer.
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S:it "rorsle -Lot 100 ueet 4uare. 6-
I ym dwde1llrng, fnrit tree a-d flowers,
.-5T4AUiveflity. eBr3raln, eay terms.
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0.10y0*elid, Hne mgh Springs, lire
'*buhUs been assigned a summer school,
y *srdng yesterday
I!r.'I" Willilam of AlIClua. one
jI 4U I ...! *u. as. r. aas ..a
tI"6.,h solid eitisensaud business men of
U|, (tbttwn, wns :Among the violitors Lo
I .hiely eterdy Yost
;^I^ r Y-,ngnifno good. morat habits,
_iY 4 atnoSfrald of work, deaire. position as
cop st or rftierenices. G ll on or
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jhi 4 roffcel
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f I ug this oity yesterday were MrH. E. BK
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a:^ |wg.tt"^g.I ..^ 1 X.. 10; ,4 H arrowe t binflP departed Bil
r, ,1 /flors f'r s, I 'I hl. home ii Rho o I
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+. ,7.. K aW$4S S,*Wk_ .f,.4' of+ n.aue wber~~ he wjflZ specd the 's
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Avf% flae p144i^ QS^Wqe *13104% he #rsd Iii U4I City yneter- pTOgfCSwiVO arid euceesflt4i
lCi?4#7qF+- + ; :.', ;;+" + ,; :' ," pkap~erS and truckers of ,that m,
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],;; ,.! b,:s* yp! .Omro.ttwarwop t.. p.. v.tstq -to this city' _aturd
l.yOp;S,,. Buttpaex*erff ofi J Mrloai..leabodwnrierdotith toJrun- i Moue Moe -u ani

WY^ *teatn*Wo A^a. oeOstns ae btrtiefsu wJakSU 1pring5 M^nuie?^ ShL an
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IJtt 8Oii^ttdtIr An -opi 6..ay i cj opar ; ~aOfew
tssfoxt4t.._- joso..h ban4ic thaesmpendingi uo oom .* ay ,
.0 ~ge~gh io OWLS MR&~ count S*4t

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OtwitP*o 212;fl*Iw;Ime *iek~t~ fro npl.1 ^. I*-. ** TeSnofc a aihe
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Qolambo vi I o htomothed trB. 0 V.>o ltb-re pl rw oa.M.adMs .L rw
P"u. -' A.r. a-ripl .fadiy s in t- i. eir_ C 9. Parrer o aorosse wasi
.ond Sy ar *h v st 8 QErd e h hm yeaterdst anflep WowedII
8606. OSTSoff0.lation ofa good thng by'cal




O- l ."s ,. J' Ig i ..t Sprtcga ysda J The Sonoffee and having ht bn
we. h ., J . foEl e. -lfel-,y b-rl.ed- roo ms-fo
Fart Whte, where bpseg ob ma ....ig k and r en the citigont lie
Sbridf.hto his mother,. My., C. (7- 3ye of tbthlne. Apply- Jron House.I M. and Mrs, B, L. Crews
Pnvatt > 1 n I *r I e O. tOkU&Jo fl
nr~e gatt O : MK ana paha was in the Crofsse were among the visitors
MSound. k idnes. are Cea rd. o city.yc*sar. y He Was en. route fIr. city yesterday, and thefore..
Ilife, Make, the kidneys hhy Il i11 q wtb Jl FOkSOUViJ" Where-rhe went Saturd.y TheBun an agreeable call. Mr


rt . W .. ,.le .n ... n. a .. .. ( .I'tfn ;cbr in .g n ,o man ,ea. ....
rojew-s amun yCure. .Soldby .W *0~uini,. states that his section has been
v4I.A Wo4ft by 3.prWngsabutiness t







l M n-- "ko-&heutn J.wons 'I ofva. *fJl picture manof Mica- with refreshing rakns, ehieh he
pndipn afw days.I It,, twaf 1^ yhe fory $5orb ted .eat to Iigora heu
the, gand .i.[ hrP peweater el an4 tie wasea. a4:otf Chi e -cotton and other, r stay
Wg0*f niey and he h bee a
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i hewiwet TCn Cowls.n land. yw eo.nsmoL. t ,gJSykQD. d6 t. Pefficent aeBntil. C tIe flOFIO wlnbore proil
WiolMt U vamnd Johnoof Jthkwonvtyeir,.are to e tkw Singeroomig .A M d fo "I "
tr,0, lhti .."hott ano -blerpiths, s alted be. itrf 0toeo hid selehondyouA aOr sring tre ryn

I Aedtressue.b"th.ie,~c LyeOakt, Fa. 0en .oa^rptieon. ido on "f .h .ho a .-h -h be' -
lr..out oe fr-m U. FlpwwdUn firm. ,,.o0 &ie I hobe*r lae I matl e* kidd eycnubstre a
Tot G. RaWlyh Qf AnRedondo was IB o




Qouth~~~* Princealt Yfreeg. colored .ora died in~fr tho th 'T ODCO1^ SO thatoo thywil
inthe pIfyflsaday. H, leol4 "Up l the Te aci frmce thd blod





Addriptio to A~iswa'slUefLieOaFl7.I by hi bsoflption. t .Preesn__o hi ups.R
th o tbwnk toer wo of E l F
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..ntd*Oa. tIs ooassu uccesfQhyidctoln dhre
'rouW ome frm ET~g*prtugetwher
he~~~P pp Ol" Su"a. .crdme ant.pa o
8otut Univrsitybtree. Eigt a
electrc 11 room, thevisitrs tothis nityystedrdaymeMfoorm I
Addrss at nd oldbatb. elie'atTheSuiMofic. e a ekiewed lDEAHOFMS.KL
allet iyeOa,.F...6.h4s. bS1tptIeU
t t-vsf !ots Kidne CrepurfIC tha Vr' I'lve 1tY Cabelit''Eclln LdMScume.


loood 0y straining out -mpurIties and$ S tomqch and Liver Tabrlets They iTn- 4 Disease at Her Home in Wir
tones upshe w *ole u temr.. Cues Vligorate the liver, aid the digestion, M. Rb..... ee o I
kidney and'bladder.troubtes. Sold fy regulate the bowels and prevent bil- Mrs. I
J W. McCcllum A Co. ious attacks. For sale by all druggists ohI, ., who Ows a beautify
ioatWindortadcha*beeFace
iJ. IC.Barry of LaCrotse, one of the andc.medicine dealers. at Windsr and has been
progressive planters of that seetion, Joseph Sylvester of Hague, B; W. to spend her winters there, sut
was among the visltonr to. thip city Waits of-Grove Park, W M. Adams of to heart disease Sunday mornir
yesterday.. :He called at The Sun office Windsor, A. H, Emerson of 'Ta ilnesovering a period o
-and renewed his subacriptio0., and M. I Moore of Hawthorn, were days, in tbe fifty-sixth year of
Miss Beusse Oolson has returned among those who visited the county Deceased was possessed of
Mites Pe~l~.. lobilskindidispositionovaand
from Bartow, where she hmns been visit- capital on business yesterday. lovable, kind dpposptim and l
lIng relatives. She was accompanied Hon. Perry G. Ramsey of Wacahoota, come q
by her cousin, Mi .Essddie Lou Bowers, memberr of the Board of County Coorn- mOcIe at Wi'dsor. Her friend
wlio will rsmitn here for several weeks. mlfjionuers from that district, Was ret qcdigly her demis
%. tend sympathy to her only a
AU. U. XBasaof Morgantown. Ind., had among the prominent visitors to thisA dag te Mis Ma.ely
to get u t o twelve times in the Ityystoday. e cae tor the pur ss May Kelley,
to 969'.Up ton, or twelve tnivs in. th' eity-yesto'day. e amtor the Pu i....


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