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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
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Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: 07 7, 1904
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
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Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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: VID02214
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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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uaWtmftrtaebly Warm With Coe.
-Cd Crowds fInotel Lobbies and
|tl ACa00pnlya0 g D1isonft--Go-
-l Prior to Great Event.
gl. Laiis July 4.-The day before
convention broke hot and murky
te First time the streets and ho-
S o on a pre-convention air. The
e4 gate5 and marching clubs,
S hotel lobbies pad dining rooms de-
o scenes of congested crowds
jad accompanying discomfort.
e "general situation as affecting
the outcome of the convention re-
af vied unchanged. The strong lead
dsloped by Parker yesterday emt
d by the action of the Penn-
ftvsaia delegation at its late night
ds-oa really provoked some inquiry
a t. whether a stampede would fol-

"Favorite Soas." .
There was some osAIp about the
hotel lobbies that several of the fa-
Vorite sons would withdraw during the
idy, but this has not taken any def-
-aite shape at this hour. The Parker
manag es said last night that they
hoped their instructed states would
'ild on the flrst ballot for their candi-
dte, but the action ft Pennsylvania
Is adin ttedly a serious blow to -tU
jorts of the 'favorite sons," and this
morning the air is full of suggestions
Otat Hearst and Olney and Walt should
ake: steps to relieve the delegates
S-Mtrctedtfor them. The Parker man-
-*mrs are confident.that the New YcJ
tman wilI show a clear majority on the
--rs ballot and that following the prec-
ideut of an former Democratic nation-
conventions, this showing would-
ijmmedittely bring into line a suf-
eient itumber of states to give him
1" %ib necessary two-thirds of the total
*o. of the convention. Such a re-
lt i t is urged, would be simply tol"
lOwing the historic record of the party
it their national conclaves.
SGorman Vote.
It Is practically concluded that the
Sorman vote as a result of Pennsyl-
a inia's action. will be cast as the in-
ial ball ,t for Parker.
TT fight in the Illinois delegation
- evolved thirteen districts and two
fthe delegates at large, and was one
the fiercest ever seen before any
S a nd last night before the subeomamit-
-ee on h"e national- committee was
| y preliminary exercise for both
- des. Several times last night the
rtort between the contesting faco
tos were of so heated a nature that
'hairman Stone. of the subeommit-
tee, was compelled to repeatedly call
or order and once suggested that
Ske gentlemen from Illinois would find
Staid of the hotel a proner place to
conduct their arauments if their minds
ecre "made up for a ball fight,'


Charges Made. -
Charges of hig-handed -work were
_ rade repeatedly against the secretary
-f the state convention. George B.
Sreunan. and the reprmentatuve of
-tIe enstants ofthe:twenty.third dils
rct L M. Katy. declared that twice
he -bad furnished to Mr. Brennana the
Sames of the delegates' selection Il
heir district caucu.,. and taat twice
r. Bran had thrown It on the
aoor d he had fount it there. and
submitted it to .ne committee.
tit brought Brennan to his feet with
lampassioned denial of the asser-
t0made by Mr. Katy. amd he wound
-| declaration that "everybody
-that I would not do such a

ths ^alled forth Jeers from the
and Brennan took his seat

-U nrimaWlous'gFit t
^^ geelaly s.rimntou sfaight
Sthei o hearing f the conttt oti
dis

(INE8V .ILE, FORI THUIPDAY, J


later his came was removed and that
of. Duncan M. -C.. Best substituted.
Mr. Best insisted on regularity of ti
proceedings. and was asked by the
chairman:
"If-you were not elected at the cau-
ncs, how does your name appear on
the report of the caucus?
"I understand that General Oren-
dort had either resigned or would with-
draw."
"Which one?" asked the chairman.
"Well. either one." replied Mr. Best.
and he could not be made to be more
specific.
*-What I want to know," said Chair-
man Stone,- "is how your name came
to be on the report when everybody
has agreed that General Orendorf was
regularly selected."
Mr. Best repeated his statements
concerning the resignation or with-
drawal of General Orendorn. In the
sixteenth district which is the home
of Frank P. Quinn. who actedas chaih
man of tt'e convention. R. Ms Barnes,
of Lacoa. who presented the case of
the contestants, declared that the
names of the delegates as announced
by Secretary Brennan constituted a
clear case pof forgery, and asserted
that the statements of the contestees
were not entitled to- weight because
any man who would forge a signature
would commit perjury and nack it up.
"Who do you mean?" asked Quinn.
"I mean the man who altered the
names of the report of that district
caucus." replied Barnes.


"'I don't kno % who did it. but who-
ever he was he can put the shoe on
and wear it "
Takes Floor in Own Defense.
Mr. Qulnn took the floor in his own
defense and declared that the state-
ment which had been made by the
contestants, that the list of the dele-1
gates fpm the sixteenth district had
been re.id to the convention was ab-
solute! yfalse, because he had receiv-
ed it from the secretary and had not
since al'owed It to pass out of his-
possession.
"if I wanted to carry that district -
shouted Mr. Quinn. "do you think that!
I would allow any such thing as the
reading of that list of delegates? I"
am just shrewd enough. just tricky
enough, just brutal enough to prevent
any of these gentlemen from reading;
me out of a Democratic convention.
The scenes in these contests were'
practically repeated in al the others,
and both sides were determined to
carry the fight to the court ot last re-
sort.

NATIONAL COMMITTEE.

Met to Receive Reports of Various
Subcommittees.
St. Louis. July 6.-The national com-.
mittee met this morning to receive the;


Engagement Is Reported at the
Kao-Tien Pass.

THE RUSSIANS WERE REPULSED

Three Times They Made Charge Be-
fore Finally Driven Off-Japa Pur.
sued T4iem For Many Miles-Both
Sides Lest.


Tokio! July 4-3 p.. m.--tDelayed in
Transmission.--General Kurokl report
that two battalions of Russians at-
tacked the Japanese outposts at Mao
Tien Pass at dawn on 'July 4, under
cover of a dense fog. The Russians
were repulsed, but they returned and
charged tree times before they were
finally driven off. The Japanese pur-
sued them for three miles to the west-
ward of Mao Tien pass. The Russians'
left 30 dead and 50 wounded on the
field. The Japanese lost 15 killed
and 50 wounded.

:Uao Yang. July 4.--Delayed in
Iransmission.)-Rain is again falling
in torrents and the thermometer regis-
tcred 20 degrees centigrade. Tae ,Rus-
sian lines to the east and south are
like iron barriers. The Japanese are
quiet and seem to have vanished
along the Russian outposts. -

St.- Petersburg. July 6.-The Rus-
slan newspapers are beginning to die-
russ the article on the Russopanese
war by Count Tolstoi, recentl'publish-
ed in The London Times. Almost
nnadiimolisy the papers refer to the
article rdversely and a few speak of it
in denunciat:ry terms.
Ev-;.n To.toi's old admirer" consid-
er that lihe has gone too far. The
Slow o. tcommends the reproduction
of the article as the .best cure for
Telstois:n. Thi- Sviet calls it the pit-
iftul production of a once great mind,
diordtlcred by senile vanity.

Che Too. July 5.-::0 p. m.--Chi
n(gse arr:;.-ir~g hbre who left Port Ar-
.thur July -ay only nine o. the larg-
er Russian arshilis were there then.
On June 23., when the fleet engaged
the Japanese squadron outside Pore
Arthur harbor, it consisted of 11 oi
the larger ships.
On July 3 the Russian and Japanese
outside of Port Arthur according to
the report. were separated from each
other by only a mile. the Japanese ad-
vancing .;ea ly from hill to hill on all
of which ;i:i were placing big guns.
It is s.ad tihe landed 150 of these
gunw; at 35)4ny1.


y couuntineitto te one str~t-Ltur ain
which it started. The r-estaurant was
a 2-story structure. It cost about
$10,000. The equipment was valued
at $8.t00. It is a total loss, but is
fairly covered by insurance. It was
owned by the Jerusalem Catering com-
pany. The cause of the tire is not
known. .
The wildest excitement prevailed a'
over the Jerusalem enclosure when
the firemen arrived. The sounds of
the shots fired by the watchmen had
awakened the 700 persons who occu-
pled the various buildings of the ex-
hlihit. Without waiting for clothes
many jumped from the windows or
rushed i:)" the str-ets, half clad.i
Others th.-u'iti of .heir po.-essions,
ansdu p-.kt.f' Ui4-ai f n-:s. oni t3 L throw1
thtn ri :in ithe windows whi-n they
hd F-,ean trappedd. fearing they would
he untr2ble to convey them safely d4c nt

Tr-.k after trrnk was thrown :nto
I:. .1rT. breaking op'n when it
- "cik th, ground and scatt-rtn! the
tf:..'--Ts rend SOmvnirp ,, J* a I lem
on ,i -::'s. After them th.:r own-1
er w, ii:r 3imp ti dsn7or 0! being
seri,,ai'y :r;m jnri. but unne u.,tainedl
more .tiha:-l -!'.lt bra:-es Ly their
leaps.
1Wadie hachity. a Syrian, who lives
within tli- enc)asure. rushed from his-
rooma to 'f 4e- scene of the fire, -and as
he passed the Central hotel, a trunk
thrown from the second story struck
him on the head and felled h4m to the
ground. He was picked up unconscious
and was sent to the emergency hos-
pital. His injuries are thought to
be serious. and perhaps fatal. It is
believed h!s skull was fractured.
A J. J (.urs manager nf the rew-


reports of the various subcommittee- ....... s .. .. 5- .i.. .i t
appointed yesterday to consider th.- Comstat,I .nlu.- G.-All doubts as to taurant. rd his n. Norman Jeurs. cided.
contests !n lthe varlons states. All ofi the -afety t t- Peresviet, which. ae- were compelled leap fm the see-
these contests were setilled last night cordin:g ,o report, had been torpedoed oad stocy window to escape the fire. TRAGE
with the exception of Illinois and Newl at Port Arthur, is removed by the re-
Jersey. ceipt of !, telegram from ttl captain SUSSCRIPTION OPENED. Man -Ha
In the case of Illinois it was report- of the natleship saying the ship and ---
ed before the meeting of the committee! all on board are well. The telegram |Aid For Rescued Passnger of the ValdostU
that the report would be in favor of which was fabled from New Chwang. Lwot Steamer Norge. breth,a. y
uneseatirn the Hopkins delegates in} was brought here Uy the torpedo boat Cope hagn, July 6.-A subscription while drive
the second, ninth and twenty-lirst, six destroyer Lieutenant Burukoff. i bela:f the relatives of victims rose, Ech
teenth and twenty-third districts. In and rescued passengers of the Danish two men
all other districts contests and in the' Che F:o. July .-6:30 p. m.i-A Rus- steamer Norge. which boudered Tues- on and on
case of the delegates at large the con- s! lan who left Port Arthur on July 2 day off lRo-khall reef, was opened here ehion frri
testors ere to retain their seats. 'and who has just arrived here sayn today. Among the Brat honors were' his skull
Carter Harrison. of Chicago, is one: that th or y damage done to th American tourists. Jeerso
of the d.e'.ates from the ninth dis- town duri-.h bombardments has been Condolences are pouring in Wrn berry are
trict and y.v rhi action would be seat-4 the d.': ':i': of two houses. There the roy-l family and people : Amre- former ce
ed. has eIn ', s of life. Refugees l-.ea and e sewhere. the latter
In New Jerst7 the contests were are not adi to leave Pigeon bay. stood tha
abandon-,l in the fifth, sixth and; T'y direct trom Port St. Paui. July ..-A. E. Johnson, misunders
eighth dir:e~n ,. and the light main- Arrthu-. T"' ads to the behef that north t-trn a fnt for the Norwe matter. ;?
stained in the first and second dis. the J:. are in the vicinity of gian Am 'rican steamship owners claims th
tr ets The committee decided to re- Pigeon ay. Ail business is now the Norgv. vr'cedn V northt AtlVn Iremarks
.1t; in favor of the regular delegates stopped n the town. tic, estimates that '8 persons bound wife, 'an.!
in both cases, chiefly because the Heny Regatta. for the nor.hw'st to make it their a beating
contestant: wv not aTle to produm. Henly. E'g!and July -t'he Henly future ome. went down w:h the ll- hi.
convincing e% idence in support ot their regatta yas op-ned today with u.n- fated Norge The
claim that between 60 and 7t of their promisii w.eather. The principal diet eha
delegates were thrown out of their event was har-ly up to the average Georgqa Sank Men Meet Soo. M Weetber
state conventions. owing to the paurity of foreign en- Atlanat, u. ; G--Ti>.hirtt-enth an s-to h:
tries. wThere were no entries from nua! coaventron of the Georgia Bank-
SNegroes Terrorized Tow. the United States and only two from ers' ass.-'a-. n. which m-et at L.,k- F
Rankin, Pa.. July 6.--For some* Canada, those from the Winnipegf out inn. ,n L.ookou mountain. Tenn-. New Y
weeks Rankin borough has been ter-i. "four"- and those from the Toronto JJuY 12 tiid pro i -1es to be a most ly $1,
rorized by two negroes. George Thomn- scullers scheois. There was no noa,! e m:eorat ga ring of are whicl
-as disg'jsed as a woman, acted as a- other co:npetitor from abroad. As t< ban ..- of te -,aT T.he' con- electrical
poll"e decoy and the pair tm nesro| the Winnipegs drew abye. they will Vtion 5e i session from the factory is
suspects were trapped and brought to! not row until the,final heatt for the morncin gf Tue. day Inil Wednesday covered r
PRtaborg for safety, as the towns-peo- steward's cup Thursday. The peota- afternoon., bad aeter adjourimest the owned by
pie threatened violence. They ga'i tors when the rang comea were ebes wi Cpart tr St. Loi. aeMd it
their Bamea as Joaesse and uecordw not mo' nameroas as ussfa lwe The detesauie wCil rwaeak Lmhot lasj <>omy,


fi Wright park a a a loA to a big
Forth of July celebiatloL eaght fire
from almost the Arst kt mk that ea
sent up and in aaaInstant the asthe
lot of explosives were 1iag a- eWvry
direction. -.: :
About tour dozen of -po.ad rockets
flew through the audience of 30W(f-t
persons, creating a maie wila -
many were injured. OtWer ere
struck br the flying eaplouiv. a
it is estimated that as -aany S
were injured. c tftye,-
Corrinna. Me., Jtelyd.-A re s:tart-
ed by Fubrth- of July e-xpl1-1 :
caused k loss of SIeG.OGO ahre. Ni6-
buildings were destroye d, edag--
two general stores and a x mt'6UL
The town has no fire protec ti.

THIBETAN OVERTUREl

Armtsties May Seen TerminatM -
Further Htiltie i
New York, July 5.-No Taibtalm
overtures were made Moaday,, sys a
dispatch ftom the London TieA" or-
respondent at Gyang Tse.The Tbt- -
ans were reported to be at wort idm.
ing on the tear face of the J.W -
If no answer is returned by today
the armistice terminates and a asigaS
given will announce the fact. Half
an hour's farther grace for the remo-
al of _the women and uno-coaembtat:
will follow.
The Thibetan delegates #ad a la
interview with the Tongma Peao -
who is doing his utmost to further e
gotiations. Subsequently tha retired
to the Jong without visiting Coloael
Younghusaand. in charge of the Brit-
ish expedition, but nothing was cer_-
tainly deduced from their action, ex,


their mitds are still ad -


DY IN ECHOLS COUNTY.

His SkuH Crushed with a

a. Ga. July 6.-- is Cal*
oaung merchant and farmer,
ing along the road aear -M)-
,l .county, was overtake by
who jumped mp lute hkI
Ie of them snatchng a ste-
* the wagon body, cshed
with the club. -
n Carter and L*ar We
in Jail at Stateavllle. the
charged with the killing and
as accessory. It is under
t the affair swr oat of a
standing in a small bkgiuess
!,gh it is said that Carter
at Cn'hreth had made Soute
derogatory to the lormu-?'
that he wanted to give him
for it. not intendmg to k'!I

roner's jury rendered a eV-
ing Carter with murder iad.
as a. accessory. Feenlag is
high against the asemsed.

ire Loss of $4A
,rk. July G.-4 liss of seare
0 resulted today troam a
h completely destroyed tha
Vehicle Equipamest coapany
SBrooklyn. The baildin-
uenry two aeres. and Wai-
the Edisam coapmY. wa c
to the Ve


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[JLY '. 1904 U O f A

FIRE AT WORLD'S FAIR. t

4ny Suildings We're Threatened for
a Time.
St. Louis, July 6.-Fire broke out at
2:30 o'ctack this morning in the kiteh-
en of the. American cafe in the Jern-
aliem concession at the world's fair TOWa Num er o f
grounBds. id for more than an hoar- P a: .. ..::-a T t
tFrea IeIitivl ball, the west Bpa- t T T -
vition aad the whole Jerusalem ex-
hibit. ULST OF INJMUED TOTALS 1S,
After considerable excitement MEN---.- :
among the Turks. Arabs and other ori- Celebration the NatiaM Dayl i -
tntal pe1 le who were asleep when I d ttdne Aft-Ino tih UmNa -
fire start-d. it was gotten under con
trol. The American cale. which is nin gL Lit o' Asedemn Wwy -IU
two wings- and elaborately furnished, Occur. -
was gutted in both wingS. Chie. July .--The T '-- ^to -
The-lo.ss isestimated at $V9.000. I July Te
Upoa Chief Christy's arrival with rmbish a partal istof t l s
-the first company the fire nad a very from the Fourth .of yc ads
dangerous as~pct. Not 200 feet awax a ver toi e .tbeacoutw a -
The dst-givcs the totaamu mber-f
was the magnificent machinery hall. It dead as : i d. 1.38 a a
looked as :hough it might also burn. erty loss of $17fS 0. A year aw S.
Although th entire fire fighting force on A_ .. ul -
of the fair --as on the scene- the chief 4 -ents re i ported -t -la t :7
deemed it advisable to turnin a see- ere ded d 3
ond alarm, bringing the city depart- Wash, I --
ment to he-scene. The fre was sate. rks ich were to at
..... ., .1: - ... r M V works .which were to La w* M bom: _as


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THE DAILY 8UJ: GAINRTLEI FDIdIDA. JULY 7, Im
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pPOIllTAvSgIT OF COMMrTTEES

T Awo f-- :Ceoumb s r-A Le"ge

S A3teib a ed a Ormeat Deal oft

/ Painsat to al thbe- Gainesville
1 e. t of T eiwM t at the council
mhbr Wednesday afternoon Bat 4
dlBosk. The wtre a large number
la m. anse and a great deal of en-
I s was-aaste -all Dur-
igtbe meeting many propositions of
beah to *the ity tia various ways were
eM after which they were. re-
fere 0 to the proper committees,
-The orgnisH.-o of the oainesville
Blasd of Trade means much for the
in matony respects, and the mem-
bes a oe all enthsiastie in the work.
befrNe them. The emberihip is rap-
4ily Increasing, Iad in the course of aa
S fewbwes Sthe otI a member ship will


deat Robinsy- announced the- follow--

SAbiltratiob-H. F. Dutton, chair-
S a; W. R. Thomas, P. Miller.
Appeal-E. Baid, chairman; Geo.
S. Merchant, W yd*.
&Agnialtre-E. K. Oannon, chair-
m ; U. A. Colelough, T. W. Stands.
Banking-H. E. Taylor, chairman;
S B. P. Richards, W. W. Hanipton.
Coaimerefal Relationa-Philip Mil-
S le, chairman; L. C. Lynch; J. N.
.robbar.
S Entertainment-A. J. MeArthur,
Sran E. A. O'Neill, Jos. A. Ea-

Forestry-J. F. MeNl instry, Jr.,
Sairman; W. N. Wilson, P. M. Col-

Immigration-B. F. Hampton,
chairman; J. D. Matheson, F. D. War-

Manufaetures-Ohas. W. Chase,
Schairmana L. R. Woods, E. E. Voyle.
New Enterprises-W. R. Thomas,
chairaan; C. W. Chase, S. J. Thomas.
Public Works-A. M. Cashman,
chairman; p. C. Pedrick, B. F. Jor-
dan.
Parka-Phillip Miller, chairman; B.
F. Hampton, W. R. Sreekert.
Excorsions-A. J. MeArthur, chair-
man; L.J.Barkhim and one to be ap-
pointed.
Statistics-L. C. Lynch, chairman:
S E. E. Voyle, Ferdinand Bayer.
Real Estate and Insurance-B. F.



u shman.
SStreets Roads and Bridges-W. hIr.
-Thomas, chairman,; A. E. Witt.tock,
and one to be appointed.he--
SEdTranspo tation-dW. Lbrary-J. 'H. Vi-aylor,
da, chairman S J. Thomasmas G., S. Mer-.



Daehat.

STelegraphstion and Telephonelth-EJ. H.


Codebb, chairman; e. Ludwig, WEndel. L,
LeTransportation-WJ. F B.M ins Taylor, Jr.

c chairman; .two to be appoimas, S. Mer-
;; chairman; two to be appointed.


Hon. H. RH. Meoreary. Jesse E.
Bart,-D. E. Godwin, Hon. Henry S.
Chubb and J. O0. Andrews were elect-
ed-honorary members with right to
vote.
The committee on the Fourth of
July celebration reported the enter-
Sainment on that day highly sue.
cessful, and were discharged with a
vote of thanks. This committee per-
formed its duty in a most commend-
able manner, as was demonstrated by
the success of the occasion and tho
great erowds which visited the city on
Monday.
The matter of holding a fall earni-
val was brought up and discussed at
some length, after which it was -
ferred to-the committee on entertain-
ment.
The interest *b the Bible Confer-
enee debt was then taken up, and npon
motion the Board of Trade subscribed
25.0 towards paying same. A com-
S mitee of two was also appointed to
s.ol*ct sabsAriptioes to the amount of
~:o.WW :-paying the interest on
aUr if e budl eteoc. -A-


efo tom- tiy .ep.


*ch that hchh t cwrl t 1f
Is uble t do o a tom ach
Itetlf, even if but troubleaad
slightly disordsas digstive
or overburdened. disrdMw

Kodol
supplIe the utiral

do the trko. the
Nomach, roaing the















huuW Cofl0. mLalbfflCMM

Soldch by All Dn sts.


LThis ewo ittee is Composed of M eart.
Marus Ende] and L. 0. Smith.
It was decided to leave'the shafter
membership list olen until the Sep.
member meeting.
Alter t~he i c-ssion of some busi-
ness of minor imporine the board
adjourned to.meet in regular session
in August.
Brutally Tortured.
A ease came to light that fur per-
sitent and unmerciful torture as
perhaps never een equaled. Joe
oobik of Colsa. (al.,: writes: For
Thyears I ended red insufferable pain
from, rheumatism and nothing re-
ievedme idthough I tried everything
known. I amelit across Electric Bit-
terand the ireaioten of sot medicine on
earh for minohat trble. A few bottles
of it completely relieved and csire
me." Just as good for liver and kid
nsis troublnt aesndand unmeneraciful tordebility.
f)nrom0e. Satisfmction guaranteed by
ae d ruggisme though I ed everythingts.


ZROP cot4OrrtOR.

mrwnary of thae Weekly Bureau's s*-
Wash lag se July -The weather
brinstas weekly summary of mp oM-
itiois is as- binowa:
Portions of dte sont hAtlantlc are
OEstSgulf states contiue to need w a.
ald though drought conditions in theat
dwhtricts aoweve been argelynerelieved.
Winter Wheat harvest has made stow
progress in Missouri and Kansas. In
the northern portion of the spring re-
glon cool wet weather has checked
rapid advancement of airing wheat.
which, however, Us generally doing
welL Over the southern portion of
the sprng wheat region the reports
Indicate an improvement.
The general outlook for oats is
promising.
An improvement In cotton is gener-
ally indicated throughout the cotton
belt and while the plant contiune
small In the central and eastern dis-
trlets. it is now making rapid growth
throughout the belt especialy in the
central and 'western districts. The
crop is eTnerally well cultivated al-
though some fields In Oklafoma and
northwestern Texas are foul. Cotton
is beginning to open in the extreme
aouthwestern coast counties ot Texas.-
All reports respecting tobacco are
promising.
The outlook for apples in the cen.
tral Mississippi valley is not promis-

Night Was Her Terror.
"I would cough nearly all night
long," writes Mrs. Chas. Applegate of
Alexandria, Ind.. "and could hardly
get any sleep. I bad consumption so
bad that if I walked a block I would
eough frightfally and spit blood, but,
when all other medicines failed, three
$1 bottles of Dr. King's New Discov-
ery wholly cured me and I gained 58
pounds."" It's absolutely guaranteed
so sure coughss,olds, lagrippe, ron-
chitis and all throat and long troubles.
Price SOc and $1. Irial bottles free at
all drugstores.

Strike Situation Critical.
Sydney, C. B.. July C.-The strike
situation here is critical but the city
officials express the opinion that the
militia now on duty will be able to
bold the disorderly element in check.
A new danger which confront thl:
section Is the possible extension of the
strike of the collieries of the Domin,
Ion Coal company, a corporation which
although controlled by the interests
who own the steel works, has not
been hbr,,i-i7t into the dIfficulty up to
this tir'. Yesterday's di-order s were
precipitated bly th, attempt of the 1o-
minion iron and Steel company 1i
start a portion of the plant with non-


____ union men.
THE WATER IS PURE.
Safeguard the Children.
Analysis of Soulware Springs Identical Notwithstanding all that is done by
With Poland Springs Water. h d d t ye
With Poland Springs Water. boards of health and charitably in-
It is a fact not generally known that eined persons, the death rate among
Boulware Springs, from which Gaines- small children is very high during the
ville receives its supply of water. pro- hot weather of the summer months in
duces one of the finest outputs in the the large cities. Thre is not probably
Uloited States. one case of bowel complaint in a hbun-
An analysis of Boulware Springs dred. however, that could not be cured
water made some time ago by Dr. H. by the timely use of Chamberlain's
Herzog shows identically the same Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoes Remedy.
analysis as the famous Poland Springs Fr sale by all druggist.
water of Maine of which millions of Cipy Company Has Fre Lot.
gallons are sold annually in all parts of Co!hmb1A. S C. Juy -The ^.
the country. For purity of water r ,: ,,, .: .,-v'r2.i ot .- r.gs
Gainesvillle is on a par and in many .r, .i .
instances supc rior to any place in the p -,;u.; 1 ;: i" f-iroai Aiken.
United States, and those desiring to ., : :-. loss c s .
keep healthy and happy should make t .:. .iy ;n,;'-r.
their hornm here and drink Bo)ulware -----
Spriugs water. ::= :n Dead.
Cr:---:";::'; (;a. .!: 6 .-Rnse.,
Working Night and Day.;. "' .r- ,f ixr .1. R. Akms,
The busiest and mightiest little Pf t t .'e" ning of
thing that ever was made is Dr. King's ''""ear -::1: it :il be'n ill
New Life P lls. These pills change icr -':: a '- :- ii ntr-
weakness into strength, listlessness ce"e:ry set-re.
into energy, brain-fag into mental
powee' They're wonderful in build- Consumptives Need Not Despair
ing up the health. Only 25c per box. As many eases pronounced hopeless
Sold by all druggists. by physicians have been cured by-Fo-
ley's Honey and Tar. L. M. Ruggles of
Miners S.:=-rd Wc:- : in Alabama. Reasoner, lo~wa, writes: "The doctors
Rlrn:-:r;,s .;:, .y. .4 an said I had consumption and I got no
tbouwan.l !..ti hunrire4 union miners better until I used Foley's Honey and
la the employ of the various furnae Tar. It helped me right from the star
orporations in. this district, have sus and stopped the spitting of blood and
pended work pending the adoptio pand e Sold bu J. W Colhlm
of a new wage scale, the old eoatract & Co.
having expired. Most of the cor.
merel coal operator. toyl 7 Why Not Learn to Speak Spanish?
iae have tentatively is4 a up a re- You can secure a copy of the new
newral of the old seale a the under. edition of booklet entitled, "What so
standing-that when the ae o 1r- Say in Spanish and How to Say It."b
ators and the miners agr thea-e sendiag two cents in posage to W. .
st-s and the miers st the M Ir.1 Lebhy. division passenger agent. As-
meat is also to apply to the omm lantie Coast Line railroad, savannah,
ola! companies Georgia.


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I t otew m itwbo
S w a who
Ew ie Mr. BSiter. f
f Emninber 61 Sparr.


Bi et sofne the bestin thb.
JWJsit*atd as it e- within

this is Prof. B asow' fth tr
OU r lpBdIe,_ w ad it bids. fair to
B h sseeeesfal one.
The hool is compesd of a most ex-
nt body of yoenj people, all of
wo have ateoled into the work
4-wh great earestneos. The students
5-erv"d she Bearth by tendering to
thr friends a picaie t the springs
a- d readeriaga program which would
dire to any shoal in tho United
ates. The platform, whish was
biit forthe purpose was beautifully
idaped in.ed. white and blue, and at
Slo*'loek Pro f.sasr. announces
h^ao thee pegrea wed u begin. Six of
te students then ordered, in a most
.eeatfutl and impremive easnner,
*The Star Speagled Banner." after
w ieh -he DeFlaration of Independ-
eas. was ready by Prof. Brinson.
"A.. eria" via to-hiy t&e -behool,
"te aoienie joining. Then came the
S deba. "Resolved, That the United
Mates Should Hold Permanently AR
Wte Territory She Oa Legitimately
Aieslre. The rist speaker on the
afiraative side was Mins Fnnie
Mobley of Boardman. She- acquitted
erelfv int a most creditable manner.
Tbe lodrt speaker on the negative was
Miss BeWi. Baker of Island Grove.
Her paper showed careful preparation
s and waa rendered in a most pleasing
S masner. Miss Orrie Hall of Orange
Springs came next on the affirmative,
Sand in a most skilfl manner present.
ed her side of the question, showing
eareful preparation and a clear knowl-
edge of the subject.
S was followed by Miss Norm
SKnoblock of Marsti, who defended in
a most excellent manner the negative
side. Her manner of expression was
clearand her delivery most pleasing.
The lat speaker on the affirmative
si-e-was W. F. Marlow of Blitchtn, .
a bteditd credit to hais side by pre-
seting in a very pleasing manner a
paper which woul4 do credit to any-

Mr. K. Griner of Anthony then fol-
lowed on the negative side and pre-
sented an excellent paper.
While the judges were conferring
the school sang "Colombia," which
was followed by an address from Prof.
JH. Brinson.
The sextet then san "Dixie," after
which -the decision of the judges was
rendered. The discussion had been a
heated one, and both sides deserved
great credit for the manner in which
they acquitted themselves, but one
ide hadowin, so the judges decided
i. favorof the affirmative.
A botiful repast wag spread by
the .ood ladies, and it is needless to
tay was me eh enjoyed by all. The
day was a complete success and will be
long remembered by those who were
present AACHi't ST1'rDKs.
One Lady's Recommendation Sold
Fifty Boxes of Chamberlain's
Stomach and Liver Tablets.
I have, I believe, sold fifty boxes of
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets on the recommendation of one
lady here, who first bought a box of
them about a year ago. She never i
friends about the good qualities of
these tablets.-P. M. Shore, druggist,
Rochester, lad. The pleasant purga-
tive effect' of these tablets make them


a favorite with ladieseverywhere. For
sale by all druggists.
S Installation of Officers.
At the last meeting of Center Lodge
No 1, 1. O. 0,. F., the following offi-
eers were duly installed for the en-
suing term: B. F. Jordan. H. ; J.
W. Landing, N. ( T. 0. Rouse, V.
G.; J. G. Torrey. secretary; A.M.
DUCtshman, treasurer; M. B. Saunders,
warden; J. H. Coffee, conductor; J. I.
Blake, R S. N. .; W. R. Anderson,
SL. ^ G.eorge BlakeR. 8. V. G.;
W. B. Higdon, chaplin. The lodge is
in a moat prosperousecondition, a great
deal of interest being manifested in
the work.
Cured of Itching Piles.
W.- :. Flint, a merchant of Orchard,l
I .writes. "'1 bad been greatly trou-
Sbled with itching piles for several
%-Y eats afnd tried many so-called pile
ares without relief, but was complete-
S tu by Banner Salve. It is the
be ilen ere" Sold by J. W. MCCeo-


Alt ood Youi id asya
MAt heood in york~ypsnteasq


m O. Thousand Mam. Wit Raf" Is
firmingha=- Ala., July 6.--The
Woodward ITron company, employi.jf


kl yoace three mimates.- LO mn. I=Ns signed the miners"
-b. m kidneys syB7r wage sitf Like the commerriaI coatl
oBo4prirsStMa maen, they are to contain e work under
the old contract until the wage sple
-1 o is signed b the Tennessee Coal nd
Soforar.,theyfalltodo Iron company. -
: their work. A lesallng commercial operator looks
Pais achesandrhet- hopef!uly on the situation and intiu
-n m comefromez- mates that the Sloss-Sheffield oal and
ood due to elected Iron company will sign the scale in a
k y trouble. few days.
Kidney trouble causes quick or unsteady 'he wage scale committee of the
heart beats, and makes one feel as though United M.-ine Workers will decide what
they had heart trouble, be use the a hsea is to be 01ore in reference to the com-n
over-working in pumping thick, kidney-'. ine
poisoned blood throughvins and arteries. panie which hare not yet signed.
it used to be considered that only urinary
troubles were to be traced to the kidneys, Marriage at World's Fair.
but now modern science proves that nearly o Wrs Ir Grounds,
all constitutional diseaseahave. their begin- St Loui", W r d's lr Grooda.
snin tin kidney trouble. July 5.-General Piet Cronje, of the
If you are sick you can make no mistake Boer war fame, was married today to
by first doctoring your kidneys. The mild Mrs. Stoessel. the widow of a Boer
and the extraordinary effect of Dr. Kilmer's soldier. The ceremony was perform.
Swalp,-K1OOt, the great kidney remedy I "
a i y e In private in the Bo&6r camp. A
soon replied. It standsthe highest fors ed in te the Bor p A
wonderfulcures of then mostdistressing cases pubic reception was held after thIt
and is sold on Its merits I day's performance.
by all druggists in fifty-
rento y Triple Killing From Jealousy.
4mple bottle by mail no..cA. swapAugusta. Ga.. July 4.-There were
free, also pamphlet telling you how to fliJ three homicides In Augusta Friday.
out if you have kidney 4r bladder trouble. Joe Jaeobs. a negro, shot and killed
Mention this paper w~ewriting Dr. Kiltir his wife. Minnie Jacobs. and John
Blanchard. a negro. her alleged para-
Don't make any mistake, but remem- molr. Jim Gibbs shot Laura Jack
liirtbe-name, Swamp-Root, Dr. Kil,-
merPs Swamp-Root,] te sldd on in the abdomen. She is dying
Binghamton. N. Y..on every bottle. Jealousy is stated as the ause.

NEWS FROM ARCHER. Tries to Burn Woman.
Columbia. S. C.. July 5.-Corrie
SG reen. negro. was arrested in Salu-
Maie of Young Man a Surprie.da county on the charge of setting fre
Election Officers K. of P. to a cabin inhabited by two negra
Archer, July 68-Mrs. Cubberly has women one of them nearly blind. a"<,
gone to her old home in Indiana to the otLer the mother of an infant.
spend the summer. with the Intention of burning hb w,.
Mrs. Reed of Newberry was a visitor men. She is sai to have bea ;a-
lst week. She came to see Mrs. Cub- es, of the younger woman.
boerly, her mother, off for the North:
Mr. Atwater of High Springs was in If the B s cutting Teeth
Archer last week and on Saturday de. Be sure and use that old and well-
monstrated the practical side of tried remedy, Mrs.-Winslow's Sooth-
the washing machine 16 citizens of ing Syrup, for children teething. It
Farther soothes the child, softens the gums,
Aher allays all pain, eares wind eolic and is
Clarence Shipman surprised his the best remedy for diarrhoea. Twen-
many friends here by sending a me*- ty-five cents a bottle.
sage to his father on Thursday to
meet him and wifeon arrival of train Apr
over the Seaboard Air Line. His pa- epsc r .
rents were as much surprised as the
friends. The bride was a Mim Coul-
son of Lake City. The young eoUple as
will make their home for the present
with hit parents.
Miss Ida Chamblin, who has been
visiting relatives in Bainbridge, Ga,
and Live Oak, Fla., has returned H harness and
home. Ha ne50 and
Miss Leila Bauknight is visiting her
sister, Mrs. Joel Tucker, in Live Oak. Repair Shop
A. T. Durren and wife are at home
after a pleason visit to relatives in n Connection with Stables.
C. Matheson of Gainesville preached All work doe promptly and gara
two very able sermons at the Presby. teed. Priee reasmMle. Khp at mew
terian church on last Sabbath. The tables East Unlo Stret--orner SeAth
congregation are endeavoring to se- UniBfrersity.
cure Mr. Matheson's services for one .. "__ .' _ ,
sunday each month and will likely K YIFTON DAInXun
sue ed. IfdUlIr MIMI,
At the last meeting of the K. of P.'.
the following offeers were elected: lFtrr
M. H. DePaas, C. C.; G. D. Wood, V. T. AFE, P
C.; Wm. Bareo, Prelate; W. H. Pow- Corner ;:r.,. r td Crpren streets.
ell, M. of W.; (eo. H. Gibbons. M. of
A.; Sam Fleming, I. G.; G. D. Flem.- Pbone 6 P.O. Box 0
ing,O. G. GAi.ESVLL K. tLA.
Heavy shipments of pears are going
forward from here, and prices have,
been remarkably good. The season CHOICB BREADS. CAKES and FIES
however is about over now.


.---. ------- Fresh Every Day,
Satolli Dedicates Chaoel.
St. Lruis. W\'ord's Fair rounds. e veered to Au Prs ot ity.
July 6 -Cardinal Satolli dedicated the Stistaetion Gua.s-seew
CtauirV.e chap ,l in tho Visayon vi ,
las. Phi it)pinf reservation. He
T -r. rl hop Glennon.
A. ,e t- lr pr ess..
, -, --:i.a in-:)octed th ,"
f--' :'. .h- vxilhir and re- G' ootd
ri .' ,:: fade of 1he s- ltr.
Drov.ne, While Bathing.
Eatonton. Ga., July 6.-W\Viiham Hi 1 -
Jones, one of Eatolton's best and most
promising young business men; and
Miss Myrtle Harper, of Hancock coun
ty, while bathing in the Ocone eriv-
er, a few miles below Oconee Springs.! **H l ULL ILLe V
were drowned. Their bodies were re I .
e Best on the Market.
Indigestion,
With its companion, heartburn, Gives Energy. Muscles and
flatulence, torpidity of the liver, eon-
stipation, palpitation of the heart. B109d, and is Free
-poor blood, headache and other ner-i From Dust.
vous symptoms. sallow skin, foul
tongue, offensive Lreath amid a legion
of other ailments, is at once the most For Sale by All Wholesale Grfters of
widespread and destructive malady Jackseoville Florida.
among the American people. The ____ ___
Herbine treatment will cure all these l
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Attorney -Gnerat.
WILLIAM H. ELLIS.

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State Treasurer.
WILUJA V KVOTIT.


Coinmls.ioner of Agrcicuture.


S.oW L.MO AN. .
Jusetce Suprem Court. Six Years,
R. .ENWICK TAYU3OR
Jostees Supreme Coua.
-ROBEaBTS. Cock Elf.
S. B. W EITnELD.
Representatriei.
J. A. ROSBOROtGH.
O. MiTiLL.MAN.
County iade.

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r ~ .D. OrCKINs

right tos elf-gofermeat e is a te e -

the. Sermon the Moeot. He said
"Filipa have a v i:Tf'to weok out
their own salvation, and if they are
.to over seMeesfal in doing it, it, itis
-one of oer business, any more than
it is the eoneern of the Filipinosthat
we are not working out all of oar own
problem in the most perfect way."
He advised themo earry home with
them. the lesson of liberty pat into
effft at Bunker Hill. President
Whitney of the Chamber of Commerce
spoke along the same lines. The Fil-
ipinos took up the argument where he
left it and pleaded earnestly for the
same right to self-government for
which the Americans fought the Brit.-
ish in the Revolution.

Elihu Root is one of the funniest
men that America has yet produced.
standing perhaps next to Mark Twain.
In his speech before the Republican
convention he laughed in his sleeve as
he exclaimed, "All Americans who de-
sire a safe and conservative adminis-
tration, which shall avoid causes of
quarrel, all who abhor war, all who
long for the perfect sway of the prin-
ciples of that religion which we ail
profess, should rejoice that under this
Republican administration their coun-
try has attained a potent leadership
among the nations, in the cause of
peace and international justice." The
Filipino and Panama auditors gleefully
poked each other in the ribs, and de-
clared it the finest piece of irony they
had ever listened to.

Is it not high time that the
administration arraigned some score
of its steamboat inspectort-not only
the particular men who are responsi-
ble for the Slocum holocaust, but
other men who have criminally neg-
lected the inspection of other boats,
carrying their thousands a day. Is it
possible that most ofthe officials who
are guilty of this fatal neglect are to
go unpunished?

Cuba is in trouble again. She ran in
debt $32,U0O,000 by permission of the
overdraw rein called the Platt amend-
ment, and now she needs 2.5,,000,000
more and has applied to her guardian
for leave to borrow it. The adminis-
tration gravely shakes its head at the
extravagance arnd improvidence of
iti ward and dosen't khow what to
do next.
The chaplain of the Republican con-
vention prayed: "(0 God, save our
nation, we beseech Thee, from all the
evil things which defile the home, im-
pair civil liberty, corrupt polities, or
undermine the integrity of commer-
cial life." They paid his wages and
dismissed him as an emissary of the
Democratic party.

Secretary Shaw declares that it is a
marvelous sign of prosperity when our
manufacturers can sell goods in Eu.
rope cheaper than we can sell them at
home. He instances "not less than
four million dollars worth" of mer-
chandise which he knows to have been
disposed of in this way. This is very
soothing.


Supertentdent of Pu-le I nsruction.
Dr. J. L. KELLEY. The fervent language in which -Per-
"* d iearis praises Raisulti's delicacy and
C'ountyvTreatur refinement gives rise to a suspicion
W. H. ROBERTSON. that he may still be a member of the
County SUrveyVr. bandit chief's staff. But why should
JAMES CROXTON. tour administration insist on chasing
-- no bthe brigand to his lair as long as Per-
J G .DAMPMIER. dearis is in this complimentary mood?
J. G. OSTEEN.
C. C.PEDRICK, Attorney-General Knox is a self-
.F. PAULaerificing man. He gave up a $70,000
S- ;nome as a lawyer to accept $8,000 as
Foarembert of Sehoo Board. a cabinet officer, and swapped that for
T A. I)KOR. a senatorshii. at $5,000. Butmeantime
W. J. $LAR he had got a $000,000 fee as an attor-
___ *__ ney for the steel trust. So he can still
Oe of our e cutrate imm n afford to take sugar in his coffee.
One of our new cut-rate immigsAnts
should be welom in New York City, ames J. Hill, the railroad magnate,
for hinscribed upon the register the .asserts that Attorney-General Knox
en .me of Boo kup. presented his bill and received a fee of
Speakor dece tt W00,000 as an attorney of the steel
Speaker on declares that the trst. Isnt he the man who declared
tariff is worth 75 cents a day, cash to t trusts woid "sufficiently regu-
every Ameriean wokingman. There late themselves?"
are half a million out of employment
t now who ld like to ash in. The supreme court has decided that
- -.. *- -- -,--- g-uessing contests are illegal. Yet the
Both parties agree that Grover officials of that symposium of conjec.-
Oleveland Is the antithesis of Theo- ture eal!ed the weather bureau still
dore Roosevelt. If the St. Louis eon- draw their salaries.
vention desires to place him, on the .----
track again there is nothing whatever I Secretary Shaww s-as that high prices
inth e cry against a "third term" that are sign of prosperity, whereat the
should interfere with his making the beef trust, the coal tr -st and the
rou. For it is lthy third coneen Standard Oil tr.- immediately jumped
tive term which i ojeetionabl. ~to higher rates.
a


Hoosier asys he am qite sure that


T.he Eie ranflm dha aesd Bo

is l3ee.sa poed. Secretary Shawf
ably remake t1hat "high priiee mesa


Gea. Hore Porter is only ixty-saix,
but when the goernowaship of f e
York was mentioned o him he was
foad to be in his deelinig ears.

LYNCHING IN BARTOW. i
Rapaist Hanged and His Body Riddled
With Bullets.
Cartervi!le, Ga., July 4-John Joes.
the black assailant of Mrs. Oscar Basn-
Ister. was drawn up to a limb of a
large oak by a stout chain and his
body riddled with bulets Ear the
scene of the agsau!t Friday afternoon.
He Was captured in Gordon county
WcThnes..ay and Lr-.ubt to CartersTille
and put in jail Thursday.
It w~as not decided what was best
to do ahiur having the negro idni-A
fled that say. and becau-e of tChri
stron! po'siMi'ty of lynching he v.a:
return i- to C(athoun. where he rerr!- j
ed Thursday and was tbrounig'.
on assurance-s that an ientis'a::. n
would to allowed:
S.'ff. M axvve!L p'-ity T.- !
Sheriff S : h. of Gordon (-,,: ;-.
several o! tr., w;ve out w- U l r.-
gro in a ha': to Bartow, w,.re ir
Ban.!'r is now llIvln.
A-l si-n a.n .-he -sw the ntegro et-'-n-
ing inr t]:- L<,;-se she said. 'Take him
away; he is th one." On the return
a crow.! jat:t>red and followed an!?
prece-d"l, th,. vehicle until when tlie
offic'r-s 4-t- -r.-! the Jail it was in the


midst ef a hi:.dred armed men, who,
after :-ornfe ar;-ying with the officers.


sectured the n .gro and bore him away.
"We wil ,iurn him." said some. and
*'We w;:I hang him." said others. He
wa cearrie.l on foot to the scene of
the a -ault. which was at the 41 mile
cro:ing. <.:i the W-:tsrn and Atlan-
tic I r. il. (o:rth of AItoona and 4
miles from th e.itv.
TILree methods-wete fnggested-
hangng, lmhurnii and shooting. Con-
servative counsels prevailing, it was
decided that his body should be swung
in the air by means of a large chain
attached to the limb of a large oak
and his body riddled with bullets.
The assault was in an iron and ochre
m.nizng region and the lynchers were
from among the mining men and farm-
ers o-f :he region.
ExeL-,t a few shouts of triumph at
>-. jail. tihre was no noisy or tur-
ii-'r. .demni-strations and the crowd
was extre,_e y orderly.


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WTE A STUPID

eAsonishing Remarek *h
-eroEa d N .-ade Bi,
wwaetle Which Did Not
vow& s d toe Sthwn Ears*.
a W oMo.,JlS-Editor OSu
rpert7 eeasitiuif J. f. Eddius
O.d b r*y, rs Perek and
iagers. Oscar Thomas, Eli
Isb. H. Delasd and iyspeif, ar
i mfora y mloated in the hs
ee baheh of Mrs. J. H. P. Johnson
.Wafls5 avenue in the wester
a bub. o Stl. oiand are proceed
.004 ml h ri the woder of 'te great
All -arm highly plead
yR*- Ae sbhow and voted it one
eater thaB thme loreida St&te Ftir.
lrdia's exhibit here is conspiccosily
"bset, W d consequently when we
e- eser hifait grounds we feel lItke
strMsns i a strange land, and when
we visit the magnifieent structures
eretedby the other States we feel *
Spaudomabledecree of jetalousy not uu
di gled with a slight compunction of
Sasleiesee on aewount of our lack of
itatehood pride. Probably the finest
| Stahe ailiR ahi d exhibit is that of
SMi- aso= while the best foreign ex-
:| ii i f- jieray conceded to Ja tn,
wis hearmay a loWe second. The at-
ten f at the fair as shown by the
*ase receipts is something like 100,000
S e forty-third annual convention,
Sofi" h NationalM Edocautot Aro-
-elation held here had an attendance
tmre m han twiee as great as that of
sajypuiserion eeting, and the meet-
I gwere of more than usual interest.
As theelete no ffieers Dr. Wim. H.
MaxweHl of New York was chosen
president for the coming year, and
Miss Clem Hamptoen was appointed
director of the State of Florida.
The greatest ovation given to any
speaker wasin t received by Booker
T. Washington today. Long b fore
the hour for his address every seat in
the spacious auditorium of Festival
Hallwas taken, and later even t he
galleries wCre packed. Fully six
thousand teachers from every State
and territory of the Union and, many
foreign countries were present. hen
he are to speak the cheering lasted
for -ome minutes but the found of
flit Voice was the tigoal for attention,
which lasted throughout the lecture.
He sp.ike on thse object of "Edoa-
tion for the Southern Negro" and
made an eloquent appeal in behalf of
his race. It s needless to say that the
-audience, composed mainly of north-
era educaton, was in full sympathy
with himt from the start. Realizing
his opportunity and his erowd Booker
got off some good things which sound-
ed somewhat harsh to Southern ears.
One ofthe things he said -was: TI
concede that Southern white boys and
girls are stupid, but I will not concede
that it requires ten times as much to
educate a white child as it does a
aegri. and I appeal to your sense of
justice against the unfairness to my




Sooth deserves more credit for his
achievements and development since
the war than any people in the history
of the worMld"


Please send The Sun to my address
in this city. It's warm Southern rays
will be welcome to as here in the
West. Yours very truly,
J. A. Oao'mD.
Cheerfb i l Recommended for Rheu-
matism.
0. w. iHigbef; DaRline, Ill. whites
Dec. 2, 1901,: "About two yean ago I
was laid up for for months with
-rhatiasi. I tried Ballard's Snow
.Liniment; one bottle cared me. I
efn fo lke afflietions." 25c,
6.#1 Soldby W M.Johnson.
Insae Man Makes Attack.
X .- b Me.. July C---H. B. Fre.
,-EMU..prt-2cUtig attorney ot Alger
as been shot. probably fatal.
A Mties Tyner. whoa Freeman
some eight yeaZi ago, Ty.
S I an Isane as-ylum and
obteW insane when he BUUSa
roeattack.


sprains, bruises or rhPumati.m." 4 3Se, 9 5
AVERAGE COTTON CONDITION. e,1bottle. Sold by W. M. John- R tes $2.50 per day and up. Rooms with
Monthly R-p.ert of the Department of t ath fpn Maaye t 1t o-No
Agriculture. I W r p v bath m.
Washington. July 6.--The monthly member 1st $3 Per da
report cf the chief bf bureau of sta. V A 0
tistics. department of agriculture will GENERAL MILL Aim ,_____ _. -
show the average condition of cotton MACHINERY REPAIRS. AT LAST I HAVE IT FOR TEN TEArS.
on June 2.5 to have been I8 as corn-
pared withM S on May6 G. 1904: 77.1 turn and stighten whole lenga T not
on June _i. 13.; 84.7 at the corre of beftigandPipe-Cuttitg I i I- CU I _UL
sponding ('ate in 1902. and a ten-year up to 12 ir hes. A. .
average of bS4 At OOALA, FLORI.A.
---.I-I
Pet Dog Leads In ThIefm Hunt. n the A. C. and A. LRys.r i
Louisville JC. ul and S. A. L. Rys. V.J. SPNI
dog he had left in the house hbe is ac-
esed of robbing. James Grry was ASPECIALTY. None Better in the Stateat $ a Day.
wrested. charged with hbm sbreaking l Meet all Trains.
The headquarters of the r.ail rL aM D .M, Pn.. __ __........____ .__.__._ _._ ____ _ _'_"_
branch of the Young TMen's Chrst -
a rear door. When the porter opened N V P X O
the buhiding he found a cur dog in Commodious Home-Like HoteL
the otee. The dog was freed. -and ream r l Commodlous. i e
Ibe led the way directly to Garry-' _' _ _ _ _ -..
Uw e: A ua UE ROOMS FOR Jo GUEST. -


Was Wasting Away. *
The following letter from Robert R.
Watts of Salem. Mo., is instractive: Ltu
"I have been troubled with kidney dis.-
1e19h and never felt well. Doctored RMTE
with lading physicians and tried all TI C iS M S 1C.
remedies sogestedwithoutrelief.'Fl- - s
nally I tried Foley's Kidney Cure and w ,g4W. U -l t Co.
less hma two bottes completely cured -A
e m I am nowoannd and well."
told by J. W.- MCollam & Co. Faor ale by W. M, JobMum


Table Unexcelled.


Every Attention to Guests


R S. E. H. PAXTOn, Owwr Wd Pr~p.M ,WHTE SPh-MS, Ft




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VAt7tz, July 4.-r-WIth his left& m-
t s mst of s body stated Blo Poso weck e a
In, bda and usable to sta aupo sed m=ae misery and saferiag than a& b1er dise
Sp a combined. Someare inclied to treat it itl, M byI 1~
koiteWa Indigestion, sothw choon 2 im at-they ve -to wtti i avr t ... u ..
BQ% SIS5 iiR Mr' rider of tbe world. said la' 1-veaiig do*& t
stom r-a4 other internal dt. et s wtsen asked f t he ever tewlbpetsebPakin te at
usgesents, nothing equals ed to r;e Arother race: to newo contracts it. but others may become o-
MOZY'S LEMON ELIXIR. -Y do. I t et eme-wtvictims of this vie ds- _
:. MO I OEjqRu w u' ver quit rIding a -lcyele ease throughinheritance. I 1f.SESaB
It ae-s promptly but gently,. tas there is r- man on earth to yor blood is tainte- youm-ay aS WSae stas
and doss not gripe or cause the on de me. I would ride again lie to see your chl4ren bat- Ttotti ii tam a.--
least c pleantnem.. It is the wt e rh a minlo- dollars." tg with the same diEsease- ttelU a
d the US- *-sese words were but indicative pany anda kly, made miser- a .t my weipi. .me.xsedI .J-
Sl e keept the & y- tl indal:aidbe plck mnd wi whlch able by disruing sores and UciuSV4 ; d. .
tern free of all imporitit. ha. made WVathour there worldwide .skin erptions Tnder the
Made from pure lemon juice; heo of the iycle track mercury and potash treatment all signsofinfection ydi per, ea1M
itMaispkeu to take, and is t ,y however, that ce offthese minerals and you soon findouttbe poiso %MrtA:alive 'd you e
it is plussanttto1take,nd is r ted to a an follow i st as bad off as ever S. S. is the only antidote for Contagious Blood
good for the entire family. n-e-r C rmited to ac.a:n ollow his Poison. It destroys the vi-us completely witht
S e t amcor rund the track. Wile sp njurng the system. It is a vegetable enmedy, ad
50 eents per bottle at all pa.. during from no i we oler $.ooo for proof that it contains a single
drugtores. te and hl the br mineral igredit S.S. otly works the
dr g;a.bno 2y~ bep but a temporary lout of the blood thoroughly m testor igor ai
*j b hurt. yo he. fact that be cannot stand th toan arof thesysteul-
up:,r his frtt without feeling thie mot Write for our special book on Contagious Blood Poison. describing tO
i. exe rciati!ng pains in his hips an- different stages and symptoms and containing much other interesting in r
groirr.. may indicate an Injury whick maton about this most despicable of all diseases.
1 et El xI *r will rfrever bar him from entering late ____rWPM- COL, AZA-i|
L.e oi n l ixirs bicyce -.ices in the future. ... _
Made of Lemons. EV.ECTS NEW OFFICERS.
R.OT A HLLA. G Georgia Par Association at Warm
RIOT AT HILLMAN, GA, Springs, Ga.
GUM Pistols and Knives Used Frel upI SPRING STOCK IS
-----1, AT Ht.LM, A, eo -.rin Springs <-a.. July 4.-The 111 1- 1 -"lit
Guns, Pistols and Knives Used Freely Georgia Bar association this afternoon
on Fourth. elcted new officers as follow:--
Sharon. Ga.. July 6.-At Hillman Prcsilhit-A. P. Persons. of Talbot-
where thousands of negroes assemble ton. For M en For LadIes
every Fourth of July, a riot was be- First Vie: President-Jobhn Hop
gun by two negroes, E HIllier and kins. who cannoQt come to the who do not find it coM
Randy Seals. Marshal Sturdevant S aend Vice President-Marcus W city when in nele of Venient to come to the
tried to quiet them, when several othet Beck.
negroes interfered. causing a general F'ourth Vice President-Arthur G clothes we ,make a s Oc city, we make buying "an
riot. pri"A aityoior y by
Guns. pistols. knives and sticks were Fi ft' 'Vre President-W. H. Davis. lty of fitting you at your easy tas by ,endig to
used freely. Newton Harris was shot Ex"" cr. iitt4?-Wash.ington home. We Carry the fi- your bomes two or three
through the stomach and killei out. D- c ehirman: T. A. la mmend, TOB e
gh t- e omah ad out f. le', a s P(e. nest mak es of Clothing, styles of garments to 88-
His brother, Ned Harris, was cut Secrt-tary.--Orville A Park. Hats, Furnishings an d lect from We carry
across the head and seriously injured. Trea-ur-r-L. D Harnn. Underwear, and no mat-
Ed 1Hillier was shot In the arm, but Presldent Meldrim apporrlved the fol- T WAITS,
not seriously, and an old negro woman Tosing committee on legislation: ter What your size iS, SKIRTS,
was shot in the face with a shotgun Charl.on E. Batth', chairman; A. A stout, slim Or Short, LEADITG COR ETS
and seriously hurt. Lawrence and T. A. Ha-nnond- LjA LNG CO
Lucius A. Moore. near whose resit FH
dence the riot began. interfered In an Croup. W e Can Fit You. NIHINOS
effort to qiet the mob. He received Is a violent inflammation of the mu- ___________
some small shot from a gun just over ou membrane of the wind pipe, -
the hth e wound is not seri whieh sometimes extends to the lar- SOLE AGENTS FOR
ous. The negroes fled for their lhves db hltafIn O Boy' r
in every dirt-ction soon afterwards, nk and bronchial tubes. and is one of ina...1rfm"Is &ntr
in every direction soon afterwards. the most dangerous disenses of chil- ARNHATTAN SHIRTS,
and quIet now prevails. '1he wound dren. It alftost alway* comes on in Can be ad everything
ed were brought to Sharon at once, the night. Give frequent small doses STETSON HATS, a to wear or boys
where they reeeiv med mical aid. of Ballard's Horehound Syrup and ap- reay-t ear for
MlIlle Austin. sister of Newton ar- ply Ballard' Snow Liniment external- ARTT VRA S except shoes. -
rs, who was accidentally shot.Is'malscI to the throat. 25AWti. Sold byARTT OV ALLS, except
dead. Several who ran to the wooden, W. M. Johnson. -

Coroner J R. Kendrick Is holding an np.'ro wis found Ku.ar l.a.se' v, ith a: |1 || | I IIIILK
Inquert rope around his n.-tk swinging from-
a tree. it is imp-sible to ascertain
The Best Health Culture, details, but it is supposed to be rt'e S G
No poor man ord to bother aty who attempted an aaut upn
with any of the experimental health a few days sin te and that bohe oo d........ --
fad. Heistoo boy making living lynched by members of his own race S. o r r fr b Prin tn
for himself and family, and when he is _____""____ Send Vour orers 1 Ir Job riUng to
afflicted with a bad eough or cold, or Basball Players and Foot Racers! T H E
develops eatarrh as the direct result of E J C
Acold, he simply takes a few doses of dLoui J. Kroger, ex-champion long J J ( B 1 E_
Dr. Bosehee's German Syrup. And if distance foot racerof GermTy and .- --... --__
something more serious, say consump-Hland, wrtes. October 7h, 1w01 y IAmma
tion, prostrates him or any member of Durngo r Prytarietor eiht ek AE IR 1 n1
his a (i r c foot races at Salt Lake City. in Apre fP || || _IEiII
his family, German Syrup can again atIusedBallard's Snow Liniment |.. I VII IIVi..
be relied onto effect a core. Trial to my greatest satisfaction. There- [ i
bottle,25e. Big bottle, 75e. At W. M. fore, I highly recommend Snow Lini- CKSONVILLE, FLORIDA..
Johnson's. mentto all who are troubled with "










t e L b~treae t t New event


of implrial rsnpt, Wto
f elapeor he at anoarga ph letter



gres^ee O his mUictki hat it wll be
ga.- B. e to w -aintai the wora oatefo-m
m a tlHe priviege of tlegistelatg for
b elfne- en-oyed by F land sa ee the
f aien with Ruia.
consi der". writes the emperor,
th the murderer of Genera Bobri-
s wass merely the work of a m-iad-
-an and a few weak-ainded. coned-
*rate and tat the Fainish people bace
A/ part In the. nefarious act. The
S executive power must einesibly strive
fr the closest union of Finland and
te emapre. I imposed upon General
:Lbr ko< when he was appointed, the
S r-adi ly attaintmebt of this end as be-
ng h-is rst duty. He fu-tiled it with
rational firmness until his death end-
Shis honorable services. which have
WiWblm an enduring name in history.
-I also- expect that the new governWor
general will most zealously follow the
nstrUctions now given him; I ad-
aWnsh1 him before all things to
troefghtea In the mLinds of the Fin-
halh people the conviction that their
historic destinies are indissolubly
bound up Ina those o Russia and the
future proeprity of Finland under
the Russian sceptre, as well as the
S ture of the. political institutions
granted her depend on a peaceful or.
-- sder of things taking frm root in the
n' try" .

Si rd of~hronic Diarrhoea After Ten
Years of SuffWering.
"I wish tosaj a few words in praise
of. t[ Chamberlain's Colie, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy," says Mrs. Mattle
; Barge of Martinsville. Va. "I suf-
fered from chronic diarrhoea for ten
Years and during that time tried vari-
Soam medicines without obtaining any
Permanent relief. Last summer one
of my children was taken with ehol-
era morbuo. and I procured a bottle of
his remedy. Only two doses were re-
anired to give her entire relief. I then
deelded to try the medicine myself,
S and did not use all of one bottle be-
tfore I wa well, sad I have never sinee
been troubled with that complaint.
4One cannot say too much in favor of
that wonderful medicine." This rem-
edy is for sale by all druggists.

AT SA.A.ORE HILL.

President Rptoscvelt T-ansacts Minor
Busir.s.
S Oyster Pay. L. L.. Jy G.-P"rIdrnt
-V .RoosvTlt today trans: t'd the frst
|. : public bau.mh_-; ? c- !s taken up Kince
his arrvrsl here ot' Sat.irtav. though
S" -..nothhig of svr:mus i1nportance was
considerd. Secretary LW?) spent two
ih^ +or three hours in dte-Dosing of minor
official matters axd citrre t correspon-
S -\- ... .de ,ce.
| S.. -the question of appointment of a suc-
^c eessor to the lat.- J H. Bingham. a.-
S- istant secretary of agriculture, and it
may be some time before tnp appoint.
mnet mai..
TbThe only visitor of importance t"
r Sagemnore Hilli urin- the early part
of today was Setik-r Ileveiridg. c,
F? ~- Indiana. 1: uas tbc fir-r tihre s'. ,


the Chicago conv-nt ion that the pr;o.
Ident and Senatnr Be vridg, have nr-.t
Their interview was a putrcty :nfricta
one ,and friendly exchange of x.lv,-:
on political subjects and was wirhomt
- especial significance.


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This remedy is certain to be needed
in almost every home before the sum-
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and dangerous cases. It is especially
valuable for summer disorders in chil-
dren. Is is pleasant to take and never
fails to give prompt relief. Why not
buy it now? It may save life. For
sale by alIt druggists.

FATAL HEAD-ON COLLISION.

One Person Killed and Score or More
Are Hurt.
Philadelphia, July G.-One person
was killed, one fatally injured, and a
score of others wore slightly hurt. in
a head-on collision (in the Frankfort
branch of the Reading railway today
at Frankfort. a suburb.
George RussellH. aged 50 years, had
his skull fractured and died on it.-
way to the hospital.
H. Black. aged 30. sustained a frac-
"tared skuil and internal injuries.
-The officials say the accident was
the result of a ml InisMertdhng oft

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Many Important Mtt Mow Under
Atlanta. July 4.-The dy was as
ted largely to the introduction ao
new bills amd the reading of hose and,
senate bills the first and second time.
The ballot reform bill whihe was to
have beea considered as. the special or-
der of the day was postpoe-d until
Wednesday, July 6. whea It w-i come
up a: the special order auediately
aftwr. the reading of the jooueal.
As recommended by the joint hIves.
tigating committee, of which he. is
chairman. Mr. Haal. of Bibl, introduced
a bill in the house providing for the
creation of the office of state audi-
tor.
To Increase the salary of the gov-
ernor from $3.000 to $5.0004 is the ob-
ject of a bill which was introduced
In the house Friday by a sarge num-
ber of well known members.
The legislature has full power and
authority to act in this matter under
paragraph 2, section article 5, of
the constitution .which provides that-
the salary of the governor shall be
$3.000 per annum until otherwise fixed
by law.
Several days ago the house passed a
resolution by Mr. Felder, of Bibb, pro-
-riding for a Joint committee of three
from the bouspo and two from the sew-
Ate to inquire into the question of es-
tablishing a state reformatory for the
detention and care of youthful crim-
inals. This committee is to ascer-
tain the numbt-r of youthful criminals
in the state under the age of 16. to
investiga-te all features of the reform-
atory question and to report whether
in, its judgment it would be feasi-
ble andr advisable fou the state to es-
tabli6h such a reformatory..
To make all the criminal laws which
now apply to regular elections in this
state apply with equal force to pri-
mary elections. is the object of a bill
introduced in the house Friday by Mr.
Dunbar. of Richmond. The question
of pure elections has been agitated
for some time. and with a view to
more thoroughly protecting the bal-
lot. it has, been deemed advisable to
throw the same restrictions around
primary elections as are given regu-
lar elections. because the primaries
really decide who are to be the state's
officials. Legislation on this line
has been recommended by the recent
state convention and by Governor Ter-
rell in his message. The bill was-
referred to the special committee on
ballot eform.
In the Senate.
Only mattUrs of routine occupied the
Ume of the senate Friday, such as
the reading of bills for the second time
and killing of bills adversely reported
by committPs.
Senator Duncan's bill providing for
the examination of private banks by
the state bank examiner was passed.
Senator Selton's bill providing for
the regulation of investment compa-
nies. by having them to file bonds of
$23.000 vas favorably r, ported by the
committee, passed by t~e senate, and
transmissed immediately to the house.
The senate adjourned to convene
Tuesday. .July 5.


FOREST FIRES RAGING.


Thousands cf Acres of Valuable Tim-
ber Food for Flames.
Tombstone. Ariz.. July 4.-A forest
fire in the Huar.huca mountains has
destroyed thousands of acres of fine
timber and-threatens the property and
buffdings of several mining compa-
nies and also the large plant- %r'l
reservoir of the Huachnea Water conr
pany. located in Miles canou ano
from which Tomibstone derives its
waier su;)ply.
A large force of men is fignting
:he .Ire- An appeal has been wire t
the rmnllary commander at Fort iiua-
ehnea to send troops to assist. in fig:-
Ing the flames, which started in Ash
canon and are spreading westward.

HURLED BY FAST TRAIN.


Flying Body of Dead Boy Saved His
Mother's Life.
WliUamsport. Pa.. July 4.-Struck
by the flying body of her S-year-old


son, who was Instantly killed by an
express train, Mrs. Alva Williamson
escaped the fate of her boy.
Mrs. Williamson and her son were
on the way to visit Mrs. Williamson's
mother, and were walking on the
track. They stepped from in front
of an approaching freight train and
did not see the swift running express.
The boy was ahead. His body was
thrown back with great violence and
knocke-,ed his mother off the track.
No Pity Shown.
"For years fate was after me con-
tinuously" writes F. A Gu lt-ge, Ver-
bena, Ala. "I had a terrible ease of
piles causing 24 tumors. When all
failed.Bucklen's Arniea Salve eord
me. Equally good for burns and all
aehes and pains. Only 25e at all drug
stores.


VATAL. KUAD-m'*i A

Theo Kimed In Coillsi of Pmsegr

named Danlt d aPnd two ILdentlled
tramps were Ied i ton a 'head-oi col-
lision between a passenger train go.
iug west and a freight train going
east. last night.
. Mlie Lynch. another mail etlerk, was
badly hurt.
fEnginer Doolittle. of Gladtone, is
pinned under his engine, and it is not
nowwn yet how seriously be is in-

MAD MULLAH ACTIVE.

Again on War Path With 6,000 of
His Followers
Aden, Juhy 4.-The so-called Mad
Mutlah of Br!tlsh Somaliland Is again
on the war path.
He Is encamped south of Negales
with 6.000 followers, 2,000 of whom
are armed with rifles and have large
supplies of ammunition and transports.
Some of the tribes hitherto friendly
to the British are reported to have
joined the Mullah since the British
forces were withdrawn from the eo=-
try.

DEATH AT BILLIARD TABLE.

Prominent Chicagoan Stricken While
Playing Game.
Ct-icago, Juy 4.--Daniel E. Brush,
75 years old. president of the Live
Etock eomm.i. ,km nfirm of Bruan. Son,
& Uough company, and a charter
menmei of the board of trade, is dead
ot hacrt failure,
Mr. Lrush was str cken Wbile playing
billiardi. and ,die: before a physi.
clan couldd reack him.

Auto Crashed Into Train.
New York. .July 4.-I-rene Shayne,
Laura ('Donnell and Edward Schotool
occupants of an automobile whicn
Crashed into a Brighton Beach motor
train at Coney Island parkway early
today. weri badly hurt- Both wo-
men sustained fractured skulls and at
the hospital to which they were car-
ried. it was feared neither would re-
cover. Schotool, who was handling
the automobile, was not seriously in-.
Iurod.
Yale Instructor Drowned.
Prt Jervis, N. J.. July 4.---r. Bot-
lin H. Pi:rr, graduate of Yale and *xa
.Estrutcr of the Yale forestry .'choal
at Milf Uoi, Pa.. has been drowned
wbtle canoeing in The DelaMarp river
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TE DAL S: *AINESVILLK CIA, JULY7, u1


S t_-.te e f -m tor



er s iseee a taek leete.I

FA Lle v Joe' ox. the itat.

td to tSii thi se*at in the United
-t.-S,'en t-tadle -%iteant by the death
f rMtth w Quay. has been de-
seribei as a d-pm? lttle man, amid the
cio- h hpton!t.it 4, l in ev.ry ordinary
partiefalr,. ay&i b* the IT hingto n corre-
m dpdent of toe chi.:go Inter oeeaB.
1et 1Baa5 flf stature. ahl;host a dandy
ksiim' -neiead sportsman UIt tastes. Hee
kIg- good horse s, o h., n.

-to gMag -in batt-le eth r I. ;
-.ve hua always bu a o,-v- "
horsbe~h, asnd his ho'rk r :
lispaf.B e has risked hi f.4 ,'.;
d tii on a number of o eais:.:n. :;m;
Wita the- to -arve them fram ..t rJ y
w .it ieeed certain deat-i r.-. ibr
ta- a absadon them to save fium-wl .
AOn oue oeeaaen, shortly before he
became attorney general, he was driv-
tg his fa W pair of registered trot-
S' t i-t ihe sburbs of Pitta urg It
was A cold, ecrsp morning, and the
spirited aale were In fne settle.
thery wre bowling along the road at
a:20 a gait when a reckless driver tried
to pa- Mr. Knox. ln his effort to do
S o he whipped lis horses -nto a run
ad we -t by the high bred trotters of
Mr. Knox like a whirlwind, flourishing
b whip and shouting like a demon.
Be repeRted this performance antil
Mr. Knox was no longer able to hold
n hist horses. They left their feet and
ran away. whey went down the bou-
levard at terri.c speed, amd tthe light
road wagons was not even heavy enough
to steady them, Mr. Knox could not
Spulthem'dowu
Re had to let them run, and he did
s -for several miles, but as he neared
the ity and eaw the certainty of their
befig killed by runing Into the net-
wrk of street ars and trucks his mind
-began to work quickly and calmly In
finding a way to save bes horses. He
knsevi as a fact, that there was a stone
pte- by the side of the road near the
railroad crossing, and he knew by In-
s tint thatthe horses would not run In-
to that stone pHe even ft he tried to
pull then that way, but would ashy and
Overturn the wagon withhimu In t He
reasoned surely and acted quickly, As:
bhe feared the stone pile he pulled the
frightened bores toward it They did
just what be expected them to do. As
th- i neared the stone pile they shied
San- d the sdaden trn, upset the wagon,
th ro-wing Mr. Knox about twenty
Ie-et, where be struck, not on his head.
b:t 0o his ara which he had thrown
over h bt head as a shield, for he had
planned the whole incident. even to
how he would fall, and relied on the
e-avy fur overcoat worn to protect him
- from serious injury, The horses
stopped when the wagon overturned.
and they were saved from deth or
serious injury in the crowded streets of
the city._ : ... .

Once, when Mr. Knox was a young
man. he had a case to conduct against
a quack doctor, says the Louisvlle
Courier-Journal. It was his purpose to


pverwhe doctor quite Ignorant of med-
lcneA and the means be adopted to do
this were uInnious and effective. Get-
ting the man on the stand, he began:
"You al ed, sir. on my ient here,
". when he calledou W athe
Smodern and approved methods?'
Ce- talnly, certainly," the witness

"You made all needful amputations?"
"No less than nine, sir."
"IMd you decapitate the man?"
"I did."
"And you performed the Caesaretn
section operation?"
"To be sure."
"Nor about the postmortem. Did.
you hold the usual postmortem?
"Of urse dd. In fact I held two
Postmortems."
"etry good. That will do," said
Mr. Knox. And the young attorney
had no difflclty In winning bhe ease
against the quack.

S Mr. Knox Is a man who always has
the right word at his command at the
right time; and his **par expressions
are fianous. says the Washington
Pot. He is also a golf enthusiast
and' devotee -to good tobacco. One
t *rM oon when the weather was "-ijust
ift t a game" Mr. Knox set out
for the enear Wasingto6B taking
-* -I vaW iamtt a, enh~ aelwnusa l|
S f a A r n


for both 4o lg0 th0 ret of the atr6
n As they were driving back to
town the .oply of cigars became ex-
Usated, and a s be threw away his
last stumal Mr. Knox turned to him
men, saying:
JWJe"gy, what Is the name of those
cigars we have been smoktngr" The
name was furnished.
"'We.-" said he in a manner well
known to his friends, "a man could
smoke them for all time and never vie-
late the instructions of his physalian
to teave tobacco alone."

,"P. C. Knox wns neatly taken ton by
Smuchb of witty law students In Pitte-
burg about eleven years ago," saad a-
well know'i member of the Allegheny
pe unty bar at the nirthouse recently
to a reporter of the Pittsburg Dispatch.
"'Phil Kntx was. not the only locker
:lhxer.'" ci utiuwed the speaker. **for
Iav"e W-'atstoit. Clarence Burleigh and
t .v. dozen o ftlh r leading lights in the
Iw at l iw firmtameint bit on the game.
.f iite. but in the most friendly spirit, and
ti:hs. who ;wallowed the bait were
4ft*rw-arptl put next. They took the
m;.atter- .rooto imturedly. for they .real-
lied that they had helped push a good
t*aust along. You see. the law stu-
dtis had -)urgaulzed a baseball team.
l. t funds had run out. In order to
r,,lqetiih the treasury they furnished
each of their thirty members with a
sep., rate snii>s.cription list. All the lists
-wre ex.' ctly alike. and each member
wr.s rcoawhel to make the same line of
talk. Thirty of the leading attorneys
were selected.: nnd each student was
'2s5igned to submit his paper and the
prearrinied hot air to some one of
these hl:V-:.s. Thus each person ap-
proachel had an idea that he was head-
Ing a sub scriptlon list, and he came
up haindsmeiely. Mr. Knox cheerfully
headed their pater for $,0. Mr. Wattson
hwaltdt anotlihr heet for a similar
a.i:x Wuien the ball players met that
afght tlwy th:r:: :! int the- treasury a
sum that was fim!iply astounding."

Whife a pr.act'ing attorney Mr. Knox
was one of thae busiest lawyers In
Amueriet.. A few years ago he was
much put out lwcanse be had to ac
Crept a fee of $50,000, says the Wash-
Ington' Post. A friend met him as he
was leh.ving the office, and he was
swering tuad. He was quivering with
vexattioi and sw aring with [piratical

"\WVhat' it all about this time?" swk-
ed- the friendly. who was used to hisq
ways atl nut I uni-'h concerned over
the outburst.
"I have been knocked out of a trip
to Egypt."
"Whew! That's worse than I thought.
Wul-t did -It?"
"My folks want mIte t:) make an ar-
gnintei in a -ase. frnd I told them I
could not be her:. There told me to
fix my price. amil s :id A0.000, think-
Ig *1 :7ti would putIt tlltni out of mind.
LIt didt not. Thty took me up, and my
plans nr:. :all !.pss:t. "
'"Well. I guess you can stand to have
your plans ihustedl." dryly remarked tihe
friend as Ih wondered if there was
any other lawyer in the world who
could be made mad by being forced
to accept $50.000.

Catarrh.
The easiet, cheapest and best remedy
for eatarrh, colds, asthma and all dis-
eases of the throat, ehest and lungs is
Quakor Oil, the new discovery. It is
perfectly harmless even to children,
and is guaranteed to give perfect sat-
isfaction in every case or money will
be promptly returned. It renders
grippe impossible, quickly destroys
dieae egerms, and insures full, per-


fev and natural breathing through the
nostrils. For sale by R. W. Vanse.
Island Grove. Fla.
KINDLY DOGS OF WAR.
Ruslan Shebme to Aid Wou &ed
:Mes o the BlattleSeld.
The latest movement of the Russians
to provide further aid for their wound-
ed. which is badly needed, is the utili-
zation of dogs. says the New York
World.
The German emperor has preaseted
hir-e Scotch shbe-p dogs which have
been trained in ambulance work to the
Rt:ssiau Dov Breeders' association, and
after they have been tested they will
be sent to the far east.
It is also intended by the association
to teach-a number of animals to be of
assistance, either by remaining at the
side of- a wounded man when they
have found him and attracting the at-
tention of the ambulance by barking.
or by going silently in search of the
ambulance corps and conducting It to
the spot where the wounded man IsJ
lying.
Each animal Is to carry a wallet
strapped on his back containing ban-
dagpw restoratives and water, thus fol-
lowing the old custom of the hospice
at st. Bernard.
3UsasIss Wasl lRte.
When a Russian dies be Is burid
with a paper In his haindsi. On tis t
written his (Christlan ame as wel s
a prayer forhis&am.


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FP RDtNAND BAYER,
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GA:ESVILLE, -

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W E. BAKER.
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
... SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY.. .

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GAINESVILL. FLORIDA _
StIT RESPONSIBLE COMPANY.
CRYSTAL SALOON, 01 T CORRECTLY W PO
PrSankGardner.Pror. Worthy of LIBERALT'Y or POLICYCOITRAOTSB
S. conseu PROMPT PAYMENT or LW088W...
Jacksonville, Florida
---- We cover these important points and respectfully

Best Imported and Domestic Liquors solieit a share of your business.
and Wines in the city. F I*I U1L


MAX KRAUSS, _

Representing 1% -Agents for the--- -


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WHOLESALE SAHOLS ES i E The '*Victor" is the best sae made, and parties
ing the purchase of a safe, ot an g in t li, .e -
Of All Deseriptons. from a box to a bank valt, w ate amony
~1 by consulting us. Gall on or adds, .

Sole Agents for MONARCH and SOVER-, C SHm N iL
EIGN QUALITY Shoes. Every Information bcheerfully furnished. GAINESVILLE OIA
pair warranted.


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Merchants Lunch from 12 to 2 p. m.
Bartholebay RoHwester, ale In*
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Steaks, Fish, Chops, Game in season,
to order. Pool, Billiards, Bowling
Alley. 180 W. Bay at.

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Good lhts, and prompt and eourteous
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and alvwys walme.


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fiON4AL AND SOCIAL ITEMS

Whet ai Happened and What is Going
Sto Happen Toldm Short Paragraphs
S That "He Who Run May Read"

I re wit_ Cwthas & 1111.
Old newspapers for sale as The Sun
;.s: s'-- t t f ; "
Good pian for sale ceap. Mrs. T.
W.Pits. dIw
ob Primting-Olse forsale. Address
Box 88, Gainesville. tf.
Simosson's Wonderful Salve for sale.
i J. W. eolum & C.
S A. E. Summers of High Springs was
in town on business yesterday.
.- 3. H Holley of Arredondo was
trane'ting business here Wednesday.
J. M. Shipman, an extensive lumber
manusfaturer of Archer, was in town

C. D. Wood, of the mercantile firm
of Hodgson & Wood, Archer, was in
Stowit yesterday.
Jde Mason yesterday issued li-
cenge to wed to George Parker and
Ella Reese coloredd) of Mieanopy.
The Sun has about 5,000 -id papers
on hand which will be closed :out in
lota of 1.000 or more at $1 per 1,(qO.
X. 0. Oteenone of Sheriff Fennell's
Most -ei.nt deputies, was in town
yesterday from his home at Oseeola.
: J. Thomasand wife have gone to
Maito Springs, Col., where i is hoped
-- t-e former health will be materially

. George Hart of Paradise left on the.
Fo th for an extended visit to his'
old home in Ohio. He will also at-
tend the World's Fair.
For Sale-Two-horse canopy top
Stadebaker buggy, good condition,
4 also two-horse wagon, $ji. Ap-
Splfy Henry Ramsey, Gainesville Fla.
S aster Charlie nd Willie Simpson
-of Kirkwood have returned to their
home after a visit of two days with
their friend, Master Elmer MeCreary.
.Cantaloupe .or pineapple eratea
Carload lots will be furnished on short
nao e. Prices quoted on application.
HastingsCrate Works, lastings, Fla.
Mis. W., E Davis departed yester-
# day for St. Loats and the World's Fair,
where she expects to remain for a few
week. Friends wish her a pleasant

Ladies' calling cards, gentlemen's
cards, business cards, and any other

a e.
S MLand Mrs. S- V. Dake havear-
- vived in she city from Donnellon.
Friends of the latter wil regret to
learn that she is lanisposed, but hope

Dr. sat ilMs.Watesn Porter left yes-
sog-:-. for Sova Scia, where they
wl visit relatives for he next few-
muasuhe. The many friends of these
estieable people wish thohe a pleasant


eating at safe stern.
Dr. H. Hesang departed yesterday
em his malt summer cetlag for Phil-
O delha UsFn-AGsinE o -herpinal
In Pesasylssin. Bdm reteMrai< he
K . lto. v.it the World,. Fair and
-reWas il thMe Ves. Het wall b
a~ etat-) W -eage-les


Ba.ms or ae fort eate ep, :- . -. Ma e o a- est.. waM
-for s uMmer i Mrs. T. r. sag- .ma t" e vision" o "-wt -t. te
-M bile Simpson of Kirk poodt i teday.ad took dwmanse of the p-
th pat of Miss. Jeaie Evans for a portunity to treew bh sat erisptio
w days. tohe Son.
When bilies take Chamtberlain's Te ptiaepples o offered for sale
StiomachindTh rets Ud Liver Tabes For make are he
hr ail trae s smallest speejasA the reporter has
For Rent--From August 1it store for years. T-. prie e ked for
V._ Perter. Jeho vilAle. them, however, is noB measo in pro-
Tax Collector Dickinson will today portIon to their i
finally dispose of all property alv-r- Owing to the shortage of stare ma-
tied for hale for delinquent taxes. terial, the plant of the Holmes Coop-
Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Langford of erage Company has seporially *-
Newberry have been presented with a pended operations. This company
fine baby girl. Friends are extending employing a large number of hands.
congratulaions. nd is a great commercial advantage
The County School Board has been in to Gainesville.
session for the past two days, most of Mrs. Garrett V. Chamberlain of


their time being occupied closing the
year'l financial business.
R. E. Mills of Areadia is in town in
the interest of the Economy Fence,
which he will have ou exhibition on
the west side of the square today.
The Woman's Home Mission Society
of the Methodist church will meet this
afternoon at four o'clock at the church.
All members are requested to be
present.
John W. Owens has gone to Savan-
nah, where he will stand examination
preparatory to aeeepting a postion in
the shops of the Atlantic Coast Line
in that city.
Miss Enie Taylor of Tallahassee,
daughter of Chief Justice R. Fenwiek
Taylor, is the guest of Mrs. Rhaeael
Hale. Miss Taylor's nnumeronsfriends
are always glad to see her, and trust
that she will prolong her visit among
there.
The regular business meeting of the
J. J. Finley Chapter. U. D. C., will be
held at the residence of Mrs. E. E.
Voyle Thursday afternoon at 5
o'clock. Mas. G. K. BROOME, presi-
dent; Mus. J. L. KELLEY, recording
secretary.
The San has made repeated requests
to subscribers desiring a change of
address to furnish this paper with
their former address also. This is ab-
solutely essential, as it is a difficult
matter to find a-name at random, and
subseibers please remember this.
Hon. J. M. Rivers returned yester-.
day from St. Angustine, where he went
to attend a meeting of the board of
trustees of the Deaf, Dumb and Blind
Institute. This is one of the mosi
worthy institutions in the South, and
is ascomplishing a great deal of goqd
for the afflicted in this State.
Capt. Alva Herzog of Jacksonville,
who graduated at East Florida Semi-!
nary at the last" term, returned to
Jacksonville yesterday, after a pleas-
ant visit of several days to Lieut. Roy
Taylor. Capt. Herzog will enter
Washiagton and Lee University, Lex-
ington, Va.at the next term, where
he will study law, having chosen that
profession as his future avocation.
Miss. Ellie Alderman, the popular
milliner at the store of Mrs. S. W. Le-
Grande, has gone to her old home in
Atlanta on a vacation. She expects to
be absent for a couple of months, and
before returning will visit the World's
Fair and other points. Friends of this
estimable young lady wish her a pleas-
ant visit, and trust she will return in
the early fall in fine health and spirits.
The county commissioners met in
regular session Tuesday and transacted
the routine business incident to the
monthly meeting. The tax books
not being quite ready the board ad-
journed until next Tuesday. Commis-
sioners Bryant, Dampier, Johnson and
Ramsey were present. Chairman
Thomas being absent on account of
his services being required at a fu-
neral. Commissioner Ramsey was
selected as chairman pro tern.
Read This.
Mobile, Ala.. Feb. 16, 1899.
Dr. E. W. Hall, St. Louis, Mo -Dear
Sir: During the past year we have
sokl over twenty-four dozen **'Hall's
Great Discovery" for kidney and blad-
der troubles, and during that time
have received no complains.
Yours respectfully.
-- VG. VX A-rsar A Soe.


A Texas Wonder.
One small bottle of the Texas Won-
der, Hall's Great Discovery, cures all
kidney and bladder troubles, removes
gravel, cures diabetes. seminal emis-
sions. weak and lame baeks. rheuma-
tism and all irregularities of the kid-
.eys and bladder in both ae and,
women,regaiae bladder tr.ubles.ian
hildren.If not sold by your 4 oi
will be sent by mail on receitof $1.
One small bottle is two MoO&W su treat-
meatand seldom fails to p-feet a
ure. Dr. Eret W. Hall, sol maaa-
fbt. 0.. .S. box4, n .
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Kirkwood, who has been visiting the
family of her grandfather, Judge H.
G. Mason;will return to her home to-
day. She has made many friend dnr-
ing her*short stay in the city, all of
whom will heartily welcome her upon
future visits to Gainesville.
Oheap rates to White Springs and
return via G. & G. Railway. Daily
limit, 15 days. $3. Week end, going
Saturdays and Sundayo, returning
Mondays following, $2.50. Leave
Gainesvillef :45a. m.,8:15 p. m. Sun-
day Kxeursion only one dollar. Leave
Gainesville 6:45 a. m. Nine hours at
springs and back same day. J. F.
Hit-t., agent.
R. P. Lumpkin, a prominent business
man of Orange Heights, was a wel-
come visitor to The Sun office yester-
day. Mr. Lumpkin was oan. of the


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White spSO and -M
aing-.ss-m va- G- i ay. L la

Only o,; l. Tahr- ~.s<*ea. st
Mose Sherman, the meart hooac jae-
itor, was iny -e--wT -li, bai
the rabbtery in the MeiL s@ eW
has the enclosure in zode oseadtie
and by next spring it will pae n*A
rery attrase appearae Moes
Uy he hab abos tous p ida r e-
adpenur, and were it not for the
fact that he will be compelled to meg-
et the yards duri e ng sire eimn of
court in October her weoud t lbe
troubled with them another years. He
ays be intends to ;trmanentlaiy clear
the enclosure of the Mandsper., how-
ever. it be has to hir- somebody to
look after the yard while he is attend-
ing to his duties during court. MoM
takes great pride in beautifying She
premises.
FENNELL SET 'EM UP.

Treated Every Inmate of Jail with Wa-
termelon on the Fourth.
With that generosity which has
made him famous, Sheriff Fennell de-
termined to give his prisoners a feast
on the Fourth, with the result that be
purchased a number of luscious water-
melons and gave the sixteen inmates
of the county jail a half melon each.
Inasmaeh as a great majority of the
prisoners are negroes, it is needless to
add that the treat was a feast indeed,
and the sheriff declares it was worth
the price of the melons to see them
enjoy it.
There i. an old adage that the road
to a man's heart lies through his stom-
aeb. and it goes without saAyng that


Gainesville4


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Ffirs eeguer Soath of Pormne).
I Ai AXO SVBIAo Ono=&m DaW Q
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first subscribers to this paper upon its the inmate' heart has been reached by --
establishment over seventeen years the big-hearted sheriff. I :
ago. and has been a constant reader - --- -
ever since. He was then a resident of May Establish Business College.
South Carolina, having removed to The Sun is in receipt of a letter from
Alaehua county some time afterwards. Prof. Those. E. Cupper of Maeon, Ga, j
Alex. ead,Motbrook; B. T. Bar inquiring into the advantage and re
din, Florida; H. V. Morrow. van- sources of the city. population.
nah: John M. Caldwell.Jasper; J. C. etc. Prof. Cpper is connected with lk.-Am .
Joiner, Boston; J. T. Joan,. Lake Stanley's business College of Maos.. -
City: A.D. MeCallum, WhiteSprings and states that he is eonsideriag the. Bought in Car Lotu. Sold ai
H. S. MeCallum, Winn, Fla.; 3; N. establishment of a business college qaln
Calhoun, Evansville. Ind.; A. B. here. ______ _
Campbell, Jacksonville; H. M. Spits, Water Notice..-
I. H. Skipper. Atlanta; D. S. Wil- To city water eonasmers: Your
Hams. Ocala. were registered at the water rent for quarter ending Septem-.
Brown House yesterday. ber 30th. 1914. is now due and payable j
Hon. E. L. Johnson of Hawthorn, at this office. If not paid on or before
who was in the city for the purpose of July 10th, 1904, your water supply i GAI SVILLB. .
attending the meeting of the Board of will, without further notice, be dia-1 -
County Comissioners, of which he is eontinusd. Fee for turnints on again
mem s that u $1.- By order of Ci; Council. ______________________
a member, states that caterpillars iny J.er Dul.. '
the Hawthorn section are more an- City Clerk a." Treasurer
merous than for fifteen years, and the Gainesville, Fla., July lit, I90. e S
cotton is suffering severely from the -
pest. Unless the insect are destrol.ed
soon it is estimated that the crop will IMP W
be damaged from twenty-five to forty
per cent.
The divorce docket in AJachua
county is gradually distancing the
marriage license docket. Judge Ma- H "
son issued one of the latter yesterday -- -.
and had three applications from per-
sons who desired to obtain relee BIG STORE"
from the matrimonial bonds. Only ________ ,, :_
one of them. however, could produce --
the necessary wherewith to secure the
legal services of the Judge in their
behalf, so they will have to -wait I IAI C1
awhile before having their appliea-
tions filed in the circuit court.-
Mrs. H. H. MeCreary of this city,
president of Kirby:Smith Chapter No.
202, United Daughters of the Confed- Wi--
eraey, has been honored by apoint- -
ment of Governor Jennings as a com- Because the goods offe d her e best the
missioner on the Olustee Monument StVleS St v Uptodat w a it rces
Committee, which has been organized On xis for r oe and i rn i-
to manage the affairs in the matter of r 4 f
the erection of the monument on the ate needs never lower
Olustee battlefield. This compliment
is highly appreciated by Mrs. Me-
Creary and the members of Kirby F t C m n eek
Smith Chapter, since there are only
five commissioners in the State. $. g J 4th, Sneof-th GreSL
Beainnig July 4ch, some of the-Gre (
Attention,U. D. C. Values i Waha Fabric~s Reav-t-'V. r G-
The regular meeting of Kirby Smith I mentS, Millinery. Etc. ever placelt u se l-
Chapter. C D. C., wil be held at th be offered at The Big Store" for t
residence of Mrs. M. E. TinBlry this week. It wi ll be b u .oo at toieri
afternoon at four o'clock. A full at-ee t w be bu ng Julyiod at Oct er
tendance is desired. rp.rcC if youl fal to take advantage of -sch-
MR* H. H McC ARY, Pres. O fferS you are doing yourself and yor po -
-- i Djustice.
And Up-t*- ** .-.
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"Favorite 8one." "1 (6 .in 'hill 1116111 I 64 l 1 r 1 t-I lit' l-e '.l 20 :g ic si,' t cv iilKrnadi. 'I hi litus-
T h rl v a l l : ts o i ia p ho n a mw r I a i itl .lh i llrtll tli I ll li ,r i f 'it til st '>nd a ti hi'i a re
hot<,l l Il,1, t 161 ,lal eif til ('r I 1 14 i ti l iro hif ir n e 4s. ie. BiJapan .el *are
1 .i v414'. tlh a in' io 1 14 4 4 1 it, lM wlo l ieh. IIt ai'r cAIe t to hal'-i, vCai'itlh i
,lac Iuit hi i har, not tal; n ny (d1 f I 'v'r ien i C a tI .cl 1 11 ttie alte e i e !i S aleg l itie t iae > ouiltpi ttae.
i n it1 m ei. li a t t l iH l i6 T h eil P r kt 't t ,i. 1' --'-c
" te ,lh.'10411 h hal ,h; T, ke3 Floor in 0kon Delfense.t il'o .c t ,
hl,,c,,'.l lip-11grtic- i cl'I ol tl Ili'6 14't e t!, I.id1e i
hob, l l ti lt !, lt, ,,, l fo, r th,, ir validi M fl o th.r *i llo, o ,i w"n lS4+ h11, lth lti' le llth l Itif'so-J pau lltse
a 1 la I o P r lby t" 'l'e i T tl.p vi u tTo rne 'ell citIIs. h-
d ,a ", ,6 i6. 6h 6 it t:1 ie e e ) oi f rl' ., .'l vit i y l a l li 1 r , : .ii e 4 i i 1 l e Cl i I c, |'.. i ifr !c c '' >u lllc
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:''1'' liik, 't 1 :,'1. 644 i:, 6i;| ,-,f e'i "ll- ; ,,:1 i ;'' l 'w ll rlc'I I-. 4 i'cila l a few sC.p a k of it
t6.6I i ; ,'l alt i oll l )l' I il d %4 I l "l I l l i ' i 1 .' i . l I C '. ti t1 l' i l ll .
ta-l, ,;, 1o . .. iC I'. '. : '! i el I a- i c rfi i 1: "* 1 .'41i i C.. l e!, r. 'I> d.
i on .*t '^r 4. 41 1 4 h ad I lilt P, .l lo,,l La. .e g' ra" "'* t r. T he
i, t l i ',i|!1;1 + 1; i, \ '1! -Wil ., i t ',i -, i t e! r 'r* 4. i 4 i*" lltc1 C '-iioilltl ll
61.1' t 6- 1twt t he o f tih:.rca' tr i i', I .f
li. il c .i C' !,>+. 4'' (" ','." 'tniC* i liV ... oile's' ri' lie .c I l ibe.' h. It c `eil )I r e i"<, fo r
lir.- i;i i ; l I .1i,6I 6 4l6i ,t i4l '6 it., ,,v,1 ,lt i it, "it 1 1.6' 1 , 4 i 1 l"hc '1 r l.i'L T T h ',.4 i .' i .- C t 4 p iitt-
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*l <-i>', i 61,i-.,' 14,;- ,,!;uIW :l4 i \'initlli 461< 6 i.4 4 iri' :'it .'' .11fici fliir; ;;. tl+.li 6!.-4'' .. 0 I,. .C,.ii." "161616'
C I i co c n.' toila-( ''114ve' Ar4rir- 6dIn tt
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('ornvrtio Vote. tl', .. ,' '< r t "c I e c ce I.,
I "M "'C\ f u. I.! i i ,. 4rl i.; -4 i C,- 4 14 i -- li 4 C
1] ' I '"' .,,. .'..' ,.-i ,C, 4 i ft. ^ i n'r1)' 't !iI' c c{i+, ii and lcnpanc'r e'!

V*i* : l" '', ,, ' ic,;.1c ilo Ill N A iTION AL COM M ITTEE.' h r.l- 6 l 6 i e' 14,'6i** i*l'Blil cier i 'ltl i
i .- 4. 4 I'.i.. .. cit Ic 6 1. :1 i I' I a ii> '' ,let i4 lir11-c ad-
C i ,' '4 1 t ,i t'* 4.' 4.1, '' Met to RT ccivo Reportt of Vz-ri.oiae \:)'4 ,4' i'.; t Il, o ilo h ll l lC iiltlion all
S t 1 :: l v 1 it li),coS I'.t'0 .tt I 4( .'tt e. 6 C' e' hi1 < i iC 1> 631g t '.
"''' 46'*; '' C '., 1 i '' >i' ^i I i'' i- ,i -i,' .i, : 0,.'. e' ' 4- iclitd -'i i'.'l l Iif thec

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sPubis Twice a Week-M day and Thutday .


tlNfVrILE, FIUtISA, THIIUI AY, LY 7, 1904 ON DOL ALAR4
Poblst d Twce Wee.-Mhda andThuday,,: ;,,





.. ..: _: : '.." . L :: : : / .+; : '. .; . .. : .. . ...W +' * ,


Frin AT wOaL.'O FAiR.

Many .Iillitige .Vra Threatened for
a 'rime,
iit. 4.J i "l .' 4
i. W i lS' 6. C hi t iili lt o lC li Ili teit' kitsch.
ein of tilt' 1A iio eI an r a(e lin the J.erqr-
t 1J ii' I i,'t4ii ,''1 ,iti"IIn it"t 1,c '> w 1i''!'1 fTit 1
riihl .. nitl for i imt' than uIi I our'
Ihr1 c 1 1 1V l,' 1:.ilval hiail. Iht WO M a*.
Vilon ,&,II Ilthu wROilo .1erulom lOx.
IA ltr :0 .1 [,i.' r.l10 ,Vltl. e ll,

|AIcO)m .ej '1 tiTi.a AAlstlo ansid hitter onr,
I ''Ail 1" i'l|'ii \\C 66 Ieire u icJ'1,p Wile')) I1
tireo tri"di, it wam it( gell utilir Ocan-
li). 'lTin A ts e (ilt eacl, Whitb Is Ill
Itwo wi c ir. 141141l 'llpirtelx fprnlehed,
wIt K ittl ii itI t 'Vn i ,t ltj .
Thw en in 11 lhimidt>I alt |i9,)0.
IUpokii h ('ih r (hrlrty')" arrlt with
ilic. licr! .'Aiutiiy the' tire nad a very
flaingetol a it t %*I| l 0 fot WO )
wai th11'rcnc' I tvlh Ceitm aicin 24111ety ll. It
liookudl .l-, ith'iit llt linlghi alideo Iralh .
Altlhuiel I, the tolilre lrew figatting foreei
of Lit 6l ;.' <, 6 a II thlite h' ttlle thi child ,
itt'nt ,,1 it < eivloiltsti to turn in a *t *
cwl talirit. oreotiight the Itio y deilei|i.
MOiM'4t i1 1to atie iet)i. h, lerae Wil usafe.
; 'wl.h0 Iit Imca'rtetl, The riitaliranti was
A 2+htury 1ru"1tire.It. i. eaolt' iso)g0
il(fl.oMo The eqltipntint 'aien valued
llt $ll.hlo. It Is a t4 1al lb .i., but II
faitrly rti'iere, 1 by linirancit. It WOl
tn'tl't| )', teti ,Itlirual6 'it' Catering coatn-
paiiy. Thie ctiie of the tiro i# nelt
known.
khio W til. st Oxeffkmnt provslod A.
*C)'c'r .I ii 1l'l.tce( eil, 'me (1lleree it (l Whi'?)
ordr the .irtill^> Cineltsumre Whit-n
SI' ii t', n ;Itilve.d. 'hue sound of t
ttb' (hoA nri ir, by this Wfti'hmin hadil
iiWl fl od h 'litl.tiee hi illaeltti 0 of the e x
V.le1!. \\'iti met. waitic1g for cltthi *
lin)inv inCl'it d frolmi the windows tor
ril t, |, ,1 |iin., ':w.4 iO."t hlir fall.
(I)t., 0 1 1c 'ii. -ii ,f h r Tiee .tsislote'
Mti i i Cl t'on t*,'i.t I i throw

t .l .41W.
S. ii t' e s11 i et t 1 4 li ') t ; lll

"i 6 f!' fi tfli l ti in hnwn in th

* I V. l"t r ti h l (emllc l:", '. l ii.


+ '"'- ''' -' ii' l ll r i l r i m'': b y t th' '
' '. , ii !,: i
, ... ...... .. ... ........ ... .............. . . .

niei' t h'iint' iy, : a tSy.can. who lvoes
bin i!,te .' rio ti ti on I f t4evin of lths (firbi. aid as
Ine Pi,, ,' lthc. "'etitral hoteli' a trunks
Ct, rot' t I 1t, n tilthe ti'eild iitory stri4k'
I'i iil oit 'o 'li l id anil fei,'l I hi to Ith6
r' 'nittie e ritCc kirc'd up n.ullroiCellnclUe
*til Nit H"S witlt Coflhw ecilreli'Yy lihos.
11 41t m11 In mre ,i-t e r tholight to
tol, :. rl'icn1 Cilit lan p rliatll fatal. It 1o
lclid ci his el l ill %111a trikileireid,
.\ I, '. .i i. uinnne'i,'r of their re*+
6,'titi',l ', Ic, 'if I. N'e rc 1is n l ee'l'.e .
i O I,* i'Wiil..e4 t If laflip from their rcC
C'-1, ,'t" C',lctiaw to v'-canc the irf'.

SUPSORIPTION OPENED.

Aid For Rercued Passengers of the
Lost Stea, nor Norpo.
Cl '' n4. 4 1 'I h. t(i'c 6;. -'A i 1 ic itiil'H,
i 1 I c" rit iti c',e f :.'(tlnt


MANY CASUATIE S

RESULT'OFTIll

total Mtb'.a De; Is lgo

P. a ** *t Twq(y<*l.,
'LST l, lP lm.il" T.0A01R

Celebration of tte Ntle .
(ependeno4 RAMatt *1 M
Li.ngi List of A wi W 1


pub~llh, l.,. peraal. l et Oi, oa!^
trow. th Pourth of J AO i
o.i OPWr Ite countryr, :.
$.e t4 11ives t ohtI

r4t losis o $177,
efdpct., ritported o t
ere ,18 dad "4d l44

Taiomnp, Wl*ss *'*l. *'
*Orksi ithlch were iL ,lios
In Wrimht pork'a a 1 itoe '1`
Fourth f .Jul1a olehibzutA, wi 4 t
frqm Sdmout the bflt bI *
sent up itl lbik ; i
lot of expio 4 ptl

About f ul dote l of t^e
Many1 wb, .IO 4

nw tb ^' I
struck by the',,
Ait is uSgtImsli4t".t
were lis,04. ema6 ,
twoi, 10000
*bto byeIol rti.r*q

two gli.els iitore s,4tput Mu1it
The town hba no i'Sre t


Armlat6at May ge T'mtbIf *nS.
Purther l Hei N. low.:Yol Jrk. 6.-'-*l i
overtutr moe mai os v44
di4patobf it""e5 oi40a
iopolndOt at a Oy*84 T. *i,.



givea well enrtttpteod' tIe
an hour's further grace (.r t the.- O*P
at of the women 6ndlOiwim 5 w0l0
will follow,
...The FhlbOeta dn eata e isdt 1
Interview with the Tong W
who It loluit hil uuatst to INtiW0 ,*
*otlitlouil. Subsoquantly the ;vthre*
to tho Joui r wiLthout v"ilttn Oot5l*
YoUnwhus andl, In eharI Of the'l'lW
lab oxpeditnn,. hilt ,otblhxS Wa ,
44tlfly deo4ieml ftromn thitw ati *f
cept that their minds OVI sU!itl n .1,
etd d.. ,.
TRAGeOY JIN CH040.5 QSUNt .| l

Man a. Mi Ha iut Cahd tvli ai
Ve.dnctR. (sB. .Jutf O*.-1* s Ol*t
*hrcth, a yonu s. merchant ai ftti* 4
While drlvtitg alW thn'e ro-ad, ,es li,
tw? E41 p 14 tt two mtr ws ho Jumped up lattblh.wyL
!)A aind otl 4pf ttii ntcinc l iig
rhain fromn (h.i Walvron l ,oy, olehe)'
hkl 0 1i l w i.h i llthe lb, '
1.i tf'f4rvm carterr and LEnfa1ul W)els
bhfrry alrt, 1 jAil' at til atenvi l ,t*. I
S,>re),r el.,tirr l w U ii W tle kill li*.'1,
S th Pllatt r e*e ape'ow 4ry. It.l ''i"t4*
S'f,,'ait(i It te' e i fftir .gltow ,O t ni' +
7 '.i : I nlg 'l i t ai tt l


r klw tiIgatir' to r the morli' I
will'f,, l i et l he', tite,, n eted 1o gi ltve hi:
hanltshI' r it, no pt lntetwitl Ii, l
him. ; .
Thie .crnis r'i jury rMT4.roes a yOw
'a1 1 'h .^it ( Carter with ntitrtter s,i,,'
Wectb e'rty cAN avce tiwiry, -' 'el1inxg 't. '
a'i. to 'te 1ih 4Bi n t the irlurewt

Pl'r ( ,1 :Los ;+ 00,0:p
:1Vi YMrji. JuTly 0.-A laos of n'g4?
*ly 54(y 4 00 reo stieitt d WoeIy "rrom blt
itre whieh, 'amlMtietly deti'roylidi,
eleottr Ial Vhicle litQpnufmct ithe bti'
Sfactory In Brookf r. T're bu' ln*
wrreted ntmrly .two. ontrl, ltll .!i
* ownid by th'e Ilisol tlo5ahil tiyiAl ^
il eitOd it to the V'tlicE t 'id t|iB

*i si vellilallllslll 4UtitkN ,pabl ile
..... -* "' : + : 'i ,: ,ii: i









at f



l lae ''et of s ad si elquipped *a
ll4aisrai with neal... Ag adveutieead
1p mY 60$STION ThiB *0 wee too a 'sh, but is ldid po16
i tr..e*** _l bus a few amonents for the
Alnhag4la WslJP tod,noopaate their soperiority,
r41 00 ,I Of e 0i oI pispdro s. The
,ferie 1 t l kt164e i diifv wll
S0,tle 5 t w0r li the tUa.B
I PA, a a' r Ma a bai. Mgrtwrt,'and Trudn' PerIde. ,
M ( aiAl1.41 A hirps 10 the nwreants's and'
ues s|klnd a tsegdWeansisl preseeiton wat furm ad
ii'*ip a nd paraded 6e priaeipal stre t of

Hth ie at galss!iil eI alpig the route. For grandeur thsl
S" l parad* was pn of theqnost speaiaoular
00I bi eer witess4 iM, this, shtion of thli
ApOi the day Oi Stae, 'l 'leeis' nd earrleges *being
stiKB fpatl e t~eamtetifi: 4reped lp44 dedI r ired.
agesta, a The prMeseston formed on asti Mlain
i r 44d 1 de t* stree la the followili g aIrolrder: ;IM, l
lW.^.fs* Io ihil0 Rn16101yp0, thomas d moter of or
W > em Si. the pily ,ounuetll In arrdage; the pa-*
'| h' t H oalansl.e vadeseo0misses the tainsvil, Firs
0 fapt a"w4 (to a Do"ptm!a S1 Oalollie $0rnle itrthand;
w from fSeatof Pift Bros.. New Yorktiti k.
S1.e ",44. P lOso n, sganns' .e 0 hoo i"-
fraib whi4h i at o lady.' Is wa re-
tol -ee *o.s .rioe* sa steos "approrite and hadt-
*^ M'Ua r of slip iosoeso i *olyde1ora6ed foat. Next, wastho
e sa>meesudusis float of 0b0.:edrlsfiebeggy.ond.waog.
pa4ill^ -apas e m feeturer. This float w |also
~ II' se:t ps5B| pa.p1m 1 of (h makufMeitoyer's weo.
reie i.M* bugMie in a aiihlledl ondtion,
-E- to hsh iellbta Wi was a partially oSmplee-
i1, 0j10s1t ,l 4 ol e. whili the third was the
M lbtd ,hM w tf0 pro'asw of beggr0 y making
atlN. ;r he rs n~0 0 So the finish. Mr.
Li. If' reipes" Peii* rgpeti attwl onypemlie.ntn
Oprppliho. "o ehppoprae iloatin

-, ;vish playy tIa orIr, was the display
of ii0n0Iohn 0 i ,1 proprietor of the
If pili.d.' I Toy Oip01vt iompaisy of Waldo.
l'estee the enery of whom tnttkeredit is
'e M t Bd i a ahtlltwo of hit
:B' l i am e re' w' billy naAsox
;makin Kl Toney Ogirs and handing
sautee sheM~ ,hetas out s'o th.e rowd as the proess-
8 as l snisaoetd. TheK enterprluinMg yooon
imn made iad distributed from the
rw I iciin wef4t14lo duti lithe, lday abu' fivre hIun.
g ia, tNng *l Mn Hte wao anl ed the
SBph 30 tO* arlash MIst priseso $16 for the mosttappro-
shB t A. I.3 1 TeIPt ofI!Kif t W. P. ftoae A Co.,
ield awhile potl"@'.l0 o. appropri.e, might
at $ve.een wa vert. protty.'nhis float
*5Pll1`1101m1r-ed a soop-*rliAP d boat under
1* '1 h It was designed by Douglas
he eesd, $10.l by Perry, anf. d rel*eted a great deal of
b'u P eot redlis on the lntotuiy of the led.'
The lot of tlhe Othlneville Oro.
eiry Compu inyas also in the form f-n
no fas redi h re, 1.
*Womt decritdlwitwh: rdwihite nd iblue-
wat0'6! ste -the oA000lo f OU0el Sam-presenting
Staitpdli car spirit of a very attr ive appearaneW.
det s,,0 Th e O Plantation Days.
w1aprp w u y fb Oathbert Another appropriate display was the
100,lw IeQto Tylor pushed flafl otf otlon & Co., manufacturers
plgs seJMaIt, r-eeiving a big of thefansotusIolgBotiongin,whblots
A, cogui the lh moot superior lin theo
the $atL t ole fa:e 0 which was driven by en old darkey of
^ft1 ee e I..wee asAfbTollohl days, 'was otonti of the
itemme 0lw d s whd ti gins while In the rear was placed
beia d..sn s arelwh ere a .lsi .-elsd bale Ofb tle Island cotton.
.m,,takwetheIageSof tOere w
been pleaudowith i latiloat a cota o,
R"''^^" .^ ",^. 11 i1 amth. slekwitheontinuous performance
t Inha' W sitlework i w goinon,tor# negrei with their
.li. well a.ip be4 1ld that lnol iad ol bone having been 'ean.
IsR10,iet$"'p'bya pbod tbw yathe ocealon Thit Hlloat
wa Nelly he cnte of atrbetion.
t til~llta hb -thj tee g The dost of the Oainesville Bouttlit
of t5 asrhe wee well aud appropriately as
ie l the g ted boyl* a ran gtd, the display having the ten.
taeg A ak the geasi dn pi* tdon de to *0 ik e th e rowd thirsty.
ip abe. einll ftonl cion Te Atl'nta Journal, through itsf
.haem an, jdgtg from e eariers. Jeromel Wideasn and Phaley
e ipeed inodhiag ,i 0anse dtisplayed energy in placing e
mat haveben m is laru ed flos il the parade. This fl-oat oni
pip3hip. After a lil$ and elated' of a buggy wbioh was literally
batei the nimal was even- eogered with copies of the great i.aper
depe and gspsred by a ln 'viry lWlataphi fanoley shape. The
th68 it3i |eof lp^he|, oeopinat wore cape made (roan The
!?.? he Iis ne lphrtL s, biournl, and wrle protected frowto the
a*skee there were everl y. of 'the sun by an immense um.
, th yeS. o ; $ epe. brie de fnm tho colored eiap.
hqdlere Vete nerous carriages asd d
The N*val Opitbct* ien adhe parade, bu tb's most
The:Naval Qpisiftuu.w i handsOBmIimO dortd+ wiK that of W
*a*p the mest(aig as well as f. .Dorsyo, for which he reesired thed
l !aiure o if lbh day was l .e award of tlbe jdii e.f eturan thelo 10,
rreel baI heltwen thaP- the vBile was olcotapeid by Ma. -tor-
Re4 Ep ee ron foo he' sas ey'i ahrm ittirlnule dagifrtrl.
I* tr M r iv l P le o )d The Jewl oll.anndry iond (haittetlis
$ lTBebldofrAdlIral l fiat hfsdr' had *itry iltrlt
f !4pe m iy 0 it a ot s. ',. ' i; *; h l le 1' t ,li


l lS Ray be e:,hid, ml site ,,.t J.. 6burnhi and Marcst 0 4dl.
i| Aeetem l EXl4t vie l sd tihe lethleti a nd afrntlhes.' weire i6
t 'the ,e tle eaa.j rated siagei.. Alths'ugh these wae1
H AM1".,


g atiukIy I app paalf. iho l wore .1.
litt, iMpi .it plathlel o reo lved
At lhe oos1l ildo of the jiade ti1
Jl9, laomprlflV 1 ;,B, Ta? or, Iit P.
.1011 1614 4 A. Cinsman, road.
it fo' Iwli it 04. a ', 1 In th1 npina10.l
0' lte eonuilds liht EI1Toniny'Cigor
Conllly of W1ldo 4 i thIII most *p.
proprlass loss, to whoul the pOria
should be a*wdaed The Iudligs de
itros lso to mlkewfavorable mentili on
the diapl ya of ishe alvln ille ot-
'4lin4 Works ,9. Pedrik and IH F.
D4t4tn .Oo.i anufittlure'ol tlit
At hlf-past 2 o'0ilook in tlse aftr.
lsoon lUHO. Oihristophr p lalleidos mdl.
drneed a large erowd from tih batlid
ltand. Ool. Mathof, n is regarded *as
oli of the knost elop)tai.t spallker in
bhliieltion$, ald oni this oooeil0on felt
suiliteialy iirplired to give it hlarers
an enthstastlio Fourth if Juily ad
dross. 0lie wafreqi<|U tly ilIterruiltlod
by oheeri'and aplpliseeo.
The Ball Gamne.
Theolosing reature of theit d1y, which
was also one df the m1u04l exalting, wai
the baseball game at the park bt tween
the Qlinesville aind Sttarke leams.
The Starke boys arrived oni the 1ioul0
train with a good. strong Iaskllshg of
felons and admirers it their trail,
liany of whioi woerO .alrk's lovely
LouONl ladlesi, who proved later to bit
ae entshlatiosil over the nsaioual game
-'epeeially thli Starke teamn-as any-.
one could poslibly be. Howo vr, thet
rouwd was a Jolly, uod-ausatirtl on,,
asd lthe llain passed oil without ll nyl!
Ulpleiaaauthts. 1
The game was ialletl at 8:30 o'tlook,1
and from the twgninlg of titth first to:
the end of the ninth inning was an ex-
.lJnl .t... U.ip.4o the, nd of the i
'fourth it looked .a though Htarke.
Would Onrry thie ltaory hol e wit il
them, but the (Uhisteville lboys bie.
Ia rdetiermined, and in the tflfh lsent
JRfi men aoroes the limenplait, admini.
Istterlt to the visitors a big gotmse.egg.
After title the game was, easy for the
home boys. The score was as fol-.
low : i
Oinestillte .u 0 1 1 5) u :1o t; I--l
Starke.. 01. 1 0 0 0 1 4
latte rle-St-lrke. Anderson and
HatlUey; Gainerllle,. MeKity and
Hutitelhsonn.
)impire--keArihur.
Attendance-abcut I ,(KtXi,
The line-up )t thit tjait llhowd thll.
following
Htarke. (laineeville
AldtnoM iP McKiIy
Juhn Ti.. lartn
Itioh ......... I Wiler
Anildrews b .. .Croaier
W IVill -... .. li Tlayhlri
AUistln... If t 1sKilitry,
Jonol .. ...1.. Lei.rltllthi)
Alvarex rf u(rahanm
Thus elosfd aF Flrti of July ,elbra-
lion thte people of (ia(inifsvill* and
theiir guests will rcioimviltifr tur ol%.J
, e ars... .............................................
Night Was Her Terror.
"I would coue I nearly all sight
loti," wriles Mrs Chan. Applegate of
Alexandria. Inol., 'antd R9t any sleep. I had oeitalliptiotii so
bad that if tI walked a hitik I would
Cuoiigh rightfully ansi pit tlood, built,
when allother initedio l failed d, three
1 biittlesof )Dr King' New Iltiscov-.
ery wholly ourtd ri" alid I gained Zi
pooiidsl." It'si ntohlusely gitararlite.d
Itl 3ire coughs, uoldi. lsgrippe. brtit.
hi.ti and all throat and laii pgtroubles.
Priee ta anid $1. 'rinl ltottlhs free at
all drugstores.
They Did Good Work.


The flrst effort of the Gainestille
Board of Trade in ipuwhinig tht eels.-
bration of 0 i0l Foortihi of Jialy was aI
co)tuseindaablel a. it was sUeceesful,.and
only went t evidence that a board of
trade Is the proper thing for any
oily,
While the ibMird as aii org aIniAttion
is rei ponibtle fior the big day., to Hon.
Walter 0t. tobiriton, tlhe presidetit. be.
longs a great deal of oredIit, Uuil.
Robinsoni e I a 'ntlhuhiiltaii wlirker.
and recogniws ino suoh wrdl a Ifail
wh has worked hard, uttiriiit energy to itush the nrs lvli->
luri of the hew board,deottinaga rreat
deal of hil peqrsrtal time, and the re.
milt myobetjiusdd by the success of
the aelebratitin ,
11oth Chairman RltbinXti e and thi
Board o( TrAde arte to bte onir atu-
latrd and d Aol-rrvs a 1ote of- thaliank.
Was Wasting Away
The following Kitt .r frmI lobrl i.
Watiot of $l onI, qI,, I- lttrgiv ",h
"It laVe bet trOtubletdi wail kido'Jlito "e
,oie tot r the la.'Hve, faate't. loit
lisb an'd t'mier f ils wli ll )1taTrO
irllsh lendiu lt 1t1imyitkn f( at1lltl' Iall
reimtdel sul tlosii waiiti'at r-lief Fi-
'iltiy I tiled Fol1Y', Kidny .( r atnd
ie4e tha two bot I1tl o 0tm pileoltb fure
l 1Mad4 l"aiut now'sounid windWil
Id byi : 'W,',MetIoliumn A COo.,:'


;Three Times h6
'Value of Any Othq

One-Third Easierr
One-Thir Fat



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Grand Rewmoval Sale

T'o A .ll 1y Fr i j1r,,s and Eiiloii s:


itighlt


I iVill irinV l<, tIrn .tler' store,t n v wtltk.
1l1 li i'g. Ailit d;rl'itig the imonthnli ot' .July will


Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Notions,

Trunks, Valises,
Amn i AM >i t E .rYth:i K+ t in aln tip-T'ro at iry ((ih so tr.t.

SFEW FI iCBI FOR TiHIS SALt:


M, 11's. Paittnlt LTAathlir Shes; ew,i:re t4, l ow ..
Mo'n's Vici Slho-,, (h(mXlyear welt. wer k I ,.. ait
'.fiih' Plattil t eathi t..Shoes, were o0 id


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Regularly :)5 and I Sho ph . ....,.
guli 'r 4.50 Pin at . . . . . . . .. ,5
Regular ,.ma, Pants at .. . . . . .
RegPiiiar '2 ;io P lits at ................ . 1.


Itegulal Listen dollarr, worth lMe. two for 25r. are iin o lingc at
.'M ti er Iotlxn.
Oth i
This will b0 a Fetast of Itargaitis, and
t l0osc ii 110((1 of' anything in this lile
will profit by callingg and tmakivig their
purchases. CoImfl early and often.



ROYAL COOK,
Porter Building, South Side Square, Gainesville. Florida



YOUR MONEY BACK


i-If the (,; (1 ) Don't Suit.
THAT IS OUR MOTTO A 'D WE LIVE UP TO IT.


Rye Whiskeyl

Copplr Distillsed.. ,


Qut!ueI1 City.
Slnn y Soutlh ..
IOut Edg..
Pedigree.......
(vertholt. ...


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DIPLOMA RTE--,PR GALLON 14.00

\WE .HAVE OTHIEt, WRITE I'S


S. J ACSONVILLEAL S

P.0. Box 401 JACKSONVILLE, FLAP 211 W. Buy St.


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I,9AINESVILLE BOTTLING- WORKS..
,PrSoda Water all* lavors, Gingier Aie,Root and Bich eer Cider Etc.

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o S a Th iNoble Chreli anOhraclr Ptssed

ROOSEVELT GOES ers
.... ... M t 411o of h l orol~ lil t Whlh h.lll
Oep' ta D'orre ':: o] Drossy YQ'.a 3f c 9 WUSoteu i freid i it illfd l c ity 4tir .ii* li itinn

pit Delserted or BrTesy, You cais depend on Ayer's jih. beive4d w*(tf MAr.W I. i1'biter,
SBganore Hill. HiljrjVgor i o relture oloor oi whi expired a'it( her, au it 30lo' Mn.
Sour ray hair, every tinq., day at4urnil. l. arf n i0lttiieii, uf about
WAIg*a TRIP NY "P-CIAL TRAIN FollOw drctionl and It never ,w wi*eie
fglt ""c--- T l. ila to do thil work. 'h sops i weeSd d in htir thiorth
pr.adnt Oiven Ovation When He Ar ,ar, he wh as t naitiv or )of NOrta A r,
i ~ ~ ~ e It 10, -^ S - lh.wrr. r>H 1<) WHis .


a veil til' |ou la tried evi rythiu l1 I the Baby i Cuttng Teeth .
sll I a-att e a -roe I itie 1i it lo i re i dit isi' l that ild c ant weltl-- l s o l -syi -
t rHi .t that trou e A few he ,te X t',a riaa'dy. ,lr'. W\m liow' I. SoO 5 u
of It i. h*lletl'ty relievod aild t'rih i mt' vtg rS>i fior cioireini (et-tliig It i vsiagp 4ec s ad a re edN I
J M.t ts good f(tr lieA r at r kitd', ea- i d tl tha 0hil'tl P taftiee t1' staUa. .e *sh1 te ve .
S n'ay tImoble l sal d general dstillity, illnye al ;iincu.are's wirnl colt andt is
OiaIl l tpe 'thfitel.on gtrartaiiat.ed by thtaev' .It r>!saedy 'llor diirthu'rtt Twvei,- Ui A fTWt 'e I'W ,
all ti'ugKgi ,I 1' eV, ceta it btattli '- 4 ll I( J. W. W t Collhie l ( *'

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OUR 'PHIN T IS r

Fr Mien For Ladies
who (t'anot ;ohe to' tte who wh o not fnd It c
<'ity when in nted of wV ttito to come to t
io lthl,- we market a pe. oity, we tunkt buying
iulty of f0tting~you at your easy tmAk l iendini
home Wv* carry the fl. your homes ttwo or th]
nmte l intkeo. of Clothing, tyle* o garments toI
Hats, Furnishings a s i l oot from We oN a
Underwear, land no mat- ,IST W 8~' 1 AL
tor what your size iS, RII ,
stout, slim or short, LUMDG oniO r
We Can Fit You,. r e o

MOLE AiNT. } OR In cOr by 't :jg!A 3

MANHATTAN SHIRTS, $ n O Shd 'p
STETSON HATS, ready.tower ftor br
CARHARTT OVERALLS. except shoee.




B. ~J!o L+EV B Tntin^ O CVAL


riveo.Wet MawsSojourn sF re:heIi s IU I V T f I 0!'4... wis..so.fPir .d t. Sir. >ifer. 0,IIll
from Polpti i Caret i h Pkilr.i. A, a. wtiniw tir tf e M.tlf di. l
i Propod Ritin. oo ifelf iorh cart., idevoutVlChristimn, asid htal
Hi rom f0lilr"hho hlln a*,dtivs worker for the oaise of
S;,i,,, Prslt> reat satisfaction in knowing crl. hwie greatly n",ed by
.oset v!i l ft \VthiMl.i. r... a) r youarc no going to be disap. frieds in ti e el archuImll d uo.workers.
jig) ai li t,,lo,,i,i 'tio m, ilr.;aig rTla, pointed. In't that oP *he funeral was ondueled from
I'l, Vtiii .. 0l. >.l h I ,t f, ', V1 aV < at Al . >Ii.M i.| fr4 4eji .|I i l|uii0 1m wiI white. it KovaltUlagll h M tlhodil t Vhuv hl> ft
t1. M t t'i t 'dt 1 i lt rtI a iv t r t I Sir i i Io k 1 1t o l..k. .t t l:l ,tt ,I 1s .s a l om u f t > 1r to
"10V r hiiii it 140 fits 'iaoiiyittiti ieerka aii.''- N J. k I t t rno1i4 i ow.L W.
J-1 1 w (1 K ,4. Uilit! 1114' |l-. llW ) '11 v a I a lia lair to -r e I rto l ussl ; h1i t ol y>s rMlye m, fo
raod The 11) rrli,'lit arrival at 84. ,. .'- i. i. a.us.i m ,l.N. J. (arpenolr ..fliolatlng. Th le mne
afnr- illI niil It* th, tn. 'li. ttt 5 c a tl... oi.. i Misignu soseity tf the Methodist
ohl, t I ..i.v... v t r,0l.iIur ip .hure i " j forli n, ofowhichi dicesesd was ipre(i.
Ii rehilin ihI. .... -1 e ana i. " 3 dent .for ,or . .eas, ,,,. ,,,blod at thei
iat i' .ui ..aia i r t^ p"thi i *itliti h a(-t 1 a I ia reidi,.nte atild preoteded the reinsiisl to
tl 'l tIw tlt- ll lIlt 1t. 4 of nli' 1ina- the halllri., where a large circle of
ti.II .lii 7 i e. i dt were ill waiting to pay shdi llst
Iriann'llla -rit l( JI'ii llliti' i i WANTS TO JOIN HEFIE respects to their departtdi frieiad.*
(,i '* r lA; tr '.' thilit it es'. tit Ia hi remarks Mr. *Carteiter wi
.,, i ,-in i ii t)'L i a- liiarht r Rev. 1 B. Holley Desires to Again Be- I. li t ihllirealliv paying a beautiful
h.* ... ti, .ai; iinnit'r ThI t rttwt come ,A Gainesville Baptist. tribute to the life anid work of the, de.
aro i Ha but|t<- lti' o(f ti ti n, i \vn t, .1 I I, iH y of Jack.rinvill,. ieasled. Thk e Tloret'itony was a i lotohing
' I act ll olfI, f'or .iiy l .tlo.r uist >I't i. t Ia tptj ,4 t *, and thorne were few dry eyesin
l'r ('tf I V It n" -tuhrr i f, ill, vl.,nillat,., [o.lliln L 'he to>gregatio. Iit the close.
ii r I o i L t t t t tI .1111 a. h **' l i t u*t" r i,.,..h.r, lti tl A large o nu sis r u f -riends cc0
\'.-z i i'i .1i a i Whi titV, c L.. i a ..a Wh v I llltl (.o'r e irt he in t ih t olKw i t> veylreia. co ien.-
S 1 tt. gi, Kt' aheIr, .r ,riallloth. ra ith tlhat aiietr, t etery, where the intermlint was held
And ik the servikeonohidied, The pall.
dt.n ..l. "a Ia cc hool I n .. it t- Ita .t-service of thae c r here M ndar y e rv c o .ll
rl: it ut*.tr tla a11. r#1 -t e i'*+ I morning talk lid fle r ator ithi 'rsli|.r 'll h e. e Floyd. Lr W. FoMe r l, J N. I)Fl g W I
w i t" o.erai.-td uitt a1 l i l t cht ni*t 0 i0. 1misu rti t dithtg arad e atlicatioiM Fiu*d, I., W. 'eiinei, l. K. las n,
Jr -a tr.l. uaiil t tutnl nith.red at recOentlly arming betwe,..nI l.vs. IlIlley Ferdinalld Bayer .and W I. MeKIi.
etlel!t, patty wilh ,t>g and wvlavint Sohitha.'rh ltap)ltn t \'Ht.wtn oiii lidila Thie thirtl tdeil'ortionIs were as beau.
of 1Ilas. e| r|eligioua Iapers, asr fttmiliar to the tifiul and fragrant as they were eltilo.
'I lii Itie I)l't!!.lntI oni hil sp'eilulf pubIlie, hatviIng transpired so recently rate, anid came as last tokens of love
ta-a a a rI a i n'.> iil Mrs. etecbhe. inl hlitvipal s ttb thi prniuKghly air<,d. Il aintd eateen.1
,(reitairy Itl-latiit- tlH th regular wil t r& elllwtd, huwevr, ti.t in Deceased i survived biy devoted
ciri !, f hltli.f HOwt ..,.' ,herks. a.t.. ith altercatiion between Ithe re verevlind husband atd (t ur tlhild.req, the young-
nOgrKii. hsr and inmea-..,8r.3 grt..iil. ni Mr. Hoully itrlick I)r. Iob. et only a few weeks old,. The sympa.
t i Irahi.l.ilt ioov r.ilt latrt sonir r r hr whttich le was arraigned in thy of the onalliluai y is extended Inl
to rnailhis )Oyster Itaytitirto as tre.' oirt and lied $*2). which was this hour of bIereavement.
frnien t[itfithl parlldilail iar al pM |promptly paid. Mr. I y was after.
iw, rpra.i0l1.d M. il hyw rhhuh Working Night and Day,
At th, a-asn. tinti, he' will ,t,>,,.- wards arraigiied in (the haurbh Iin Jack-
the aiwt' ary ainatl alltahy 'wilqihrcti fr, Tilt- busles' i which hi- was a ightr, r. b ..asl' llad mdghtiest little
th;s. ry tinittinily reti red for llit ll) hi, riht lf fi lloI hilI w tkn lh that W ver HWa m de isDr. King's
tbe truanactilo of execuative balpiness w is right ff felloship was takn New Lie Pills. Three ptIls ha ange
Thit routine will be utone through witw a 1 away. .l-new ifeilst. rngthi I tlaesuretls
roUMlluy. as It is 4A the exeIti tt of- NOt Xit waS ak.oi ty thm chrth a weakness iaim street. l.hIi.l..b1De*t
nees of the White House. It will r( here t4ilaHy, the ilt.ralh limot desiriln Into entirgy, bratin..eK lnto mental
qutre several hours daily. Sagaam.,rc to mit. i. i jtuihme.t ii tIhu. action of the Ii'r The wiaih. m *" buil
Hill. however, ts not to be as eceamil. Jawc.k vlle' clmrch.t It was d.eided, im ip ttht hititth. ily 24k er to.
ble to callers a's tbht WitA Hous,' 11j however, to call a coiieill of hl.adimng *.o tby all druglistli,
to planned that comnparatilvly few po- i ministi'ern of the faith througlioult the HAD A BIG OAY
ple wiil ho rieet vitl by the premtlth-nit .Stat' foirth.ie torIos of ti'lteligi tin ..
Official 'alls will 1i liltmlle I t hi'i t ithe east, skid advising (hil Cclltrh ill Kirby Smh Chaper U D En.
Iln>|)aiall.-'ne4.. h'tltticail call< rs sent the matter, Kirby Smith .. En-
to the ptreiti,-ntl ly ('Ibalirnian tortol- 'T'his e<'-ucil will hti. held in lthe joyed Fine Trade Monday.
you. of thlat' Itl.tiitctieaa nailttilo nt ,l c1 fainesvillte lihureh Tuesday eVttlening. Abio.i th ie most ionergtit. w gregta.-
eilttf will le't 't -elved Th Prt |r le- t ion e f ladies in F lorida ar nth'r h l a.f
dents lil rlreIv ls pisvr-nal lfra.t|u *. M ds de a J di oompisrilig lh intIntrllralifip of
as 'iStr.: antri ilr' Uarden Kirtby Simith chap e.r. i. V. 'rT
f'r.a-i tl'it itltKi v.t-Il will Ili' notlfled i-a,rtin~e ItI, N t s.-.N I. OIV.li"N 1KA1I. lt.ilt never lose an opportunity toi eurioh the
lorf i ai iin.lt1 tIl.cldr t~I~. ....l: LenylJ .. ti.t a. i .. -lei.e tf t r o ialeity, aind whetn it
*n *J i.2 at wil Su.einrDi l 1,l t rIta e o. i iei., I ',li e It ti a.ie u ihti" was announced that G(iainesvtllle woatid
dent- lio wil l .ave o v-t.l r Ilay ) or' wo,rth. wi I,.e r-.. ,i i4 red. i. Pant Ill fiil, celebrate, the (lorioui Fourth in a In.
W a.0' lugl||l tin lhe t ln llftrllillg. it! | l.hilL0 nl lud tu/,ifa+lto i ito-1411 ;l 111 litw lt. It Io.
W mi tte la, i)t,Aiat 1 anaN'-.iiN* A; I ittitig Minner they began to get to*
'S H T t.w .ee. gllather their ice areani hlanioe iand such
IN THE MAYOR'S COURT, STORES WERE CLOSED. ther acceIor a to0 t ake up
Three Cases Arraigned and Disposed good things for a festival si.
of by His Hon~or Monday Morning. Merchants of Gainesville Give Em' The, ri- .lt was that on M1onday
Sw ohr a i ti ployes Half-Holiday Tuesday. mor aii, hriht and early, tilhe oldies
olhe ere werthree ceses lia the mayt- .weire ot haii.d tlt ti'e rth side of the
or'd & vlst Mondty murninge which A* tn I.-lv ot iapreit uritii n rfr thi.nir o aret itli an .tudneje of ie oream
Fourth tofr Jiuly on Saurd witilh nit bundanut> of i ercream
was thi livllostIc taourt ltI.tad of tilhe xcrtl et l rvi e. rt t. 11 h Fourth i o i on,(l -,ie il olffee, aId
manIticipalily hai e axetrieniiedt for met'. July, whptn ll lorv ri ainedidaytr ect rwas
eral d.alit. dat.ltriiag tile m.an iret day. ltu mie r lir h iti nlat Ieh staot tts ltae e a t
Willim ca ook was arraigt'd 1.po tIt t t, .'t e tty elv i l i't r rr e tivoe ollll(, l i ta erti tle that
charg.iof u(ing prorfAne lahniaae, H-. p.- li'a t lt bsllillsa'sist l mollI Tataiditay, about1036 ili been realixd as a fae
u aa tP giving Ith>c, tierkst kad tIlhor arpluyts a prnit. tfr their energy on 1,116 osi-.
lndiscretin.a a. Thit"s anmI Was prelirtmeited by tha .. **
Ed tStarke *strleo in tiea eelebrt aic th ed rkii., who pli lthe ittihe afternMlooi i -n
Fourth of July oil Sat u rdfty 1 igh t by |rit ways. A groat inmahey atatndled
tanking up on fightingg l r.. A the l iie at I ver andX
reoutill hJtlema ntcnod. i holrdrly itnd ft.il rt a . th l h Ila a ihly ,linrtint that theseorauml
rsto th lit graibb' tirilaid til Consupt..vu. Need Not Despair ail rry t .'raer.e th.n flnttla.
min r h ol e h a n r ova l k e d ,hf Ihll'ev t tl d oro lot l y d t i-l h, w a t l a n ct i tll
trit hus0lmaa grabbers tatiate enif ya'r. Ith of they
eost himi a nd t r and th tr.u.in in wa y ia eay r iteurtd 1 .es i l til I llit ,
a aoetl baity w oo .uti.. by plyisicial is v< laty'' n t ut ca l1ru-a by F,( ii ll 'n>'l tac 1:, liht yc IN 17 40k11 I'l' r 3 m R iAl|., ls.,> ti l *l winouttle
There we to-Y otid Tar. lledlt
Jinim Cato, colored., '*,l.'d vortrel .I h 't1'. It a n M. i gg t t l il b-.t f ll m1a. iki's t lallotta,
i I t, lia-'l tii 1. 1-h' . ei l.'m tl | hlotiet s. ruat
betid ala iron rt)d ov.i r thet henatl of i| ;t e1 ,14 r, Iat. l ll ll rajF o 'T 1r 'T 4I LI 1.' h re' sy ,
Rialph .tler, a w thit h t il ie uw tas ti tt'r alllii I lte.l' ahliVyy's Ilhiei y S d inltl ,, 't< -k i Dllve t. ftli'
pulled t11 alid iiidetia ta> siaThf e ttit t cula- hIAr. 1; li .4-otl te i ni grhat trof t e' star t 3 3 3.
t-tuviti.nto of hit tl .acity lty piyillo a Wiail it'lti'*'I Il,, 4-' ittila g ot lowl a nd ,t F O O U Slt
ftie ,if tle ,l i St id o) t. '1 l i t t,., m ailke iI, iat% u Iti "tv '- tlil t d yl slitSeouind i
at1 i' cetll to t- y . W MeCt oltum Ilat, e ., ,tri ':. vlgor ant lone for the
lotl taiy fi ni d uost or leut your il A Co. .Itral-er i.,rrr,- ., of th'-tr tfun.tlitoi, inil
)itl for thirt,'y day ,' lm itarki l the I -. - ---curil talolli -iordnTl llnauy sttlont. Take ILt.
Aaar thiy w dat(rys.ked, '+b ut 'll hft Meeting o Qf City Council. ....
you,4 tltt(* i easy thisti tiat'. If you ar-i the thiati.rul4 1.' nli.ini' p>i l itgia lsti,'. "
ever brought l.fore ia fprsitch an tf- cl;it iav'ee ie rigil r ital-oitialy l(rlain I IK s/ A. lntiln
ti-4.e Sgi04 I'll to,'e that 'ihe Iltero i ia ,,,'r r tr,..t ia i'i i iN 'ia
Brutally Tortured, 3.rtil 1n iPtis ,, 1 OBANNER. lSALVEI i
Aa een+. tio tighititht 'ta>t prir p hrat' F(l> rti-r.ih+n tn,hc at'.. l ;it. pti-t'eiattf tboe vwoen. It curel SOtrs, Ctut1
l*teiitt a id ttiteat'iftal ttrataro iaae i llls thir.' wi its ll l i tittuii i f i't. urn" Bt sJ n 4 1 all Skil DIsU.U
taah'lia|is. aie'-ati'r ; been c'tllatih .. lotraent' ti'atsl aeteh ;
( i l o h i c k o f ( l . lI i i ,l t or l l u. t a r (l e e it I p^lt l v e
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d,'11:$ p0lWt l 1 a w ,#( 1
SHhe ee aede th.a..
fQllarer it h>m40i h


who ase to 0 111iavle on e"ery
alabl *Mo o, ,ly 4#h o wine.
theeiinedla(Be. prei rqdd ft them
?m sh~ib#what.5 ene-0 e
wo Map.tepi pel.1 e l tilh t

ihe the 1per dlort l i., made. For
yeas padt o ie*ort whatever had beeun
tad4 So 0uejtpeo00ple to ,eompe to
([al0nellie ne ul.y 4'h, and sontl.
pqueutily inat of people coming here
sad speadltl their mony hundre4a
of trpplel have g one slwheree to.
jafor tsthemasl and enltil0h tile ot-'
afe' 'of 'Mni)aeibtsl of more progre*-
ilve sII4 idftwake townsn. The or-'
lainilati#n o of a eord of Tradle how-
ever, with a pfpMresslve man at Its
head in 't heperionnf oHtoc. W(I. Itoti
iaon,s its baIbmught about at new Qrder
of things, saud it is safe ito say that
hersltlr ote bolelsne' mty0'. will be
illv O14 thi. e ltithutlon and oflr O tueery
ladjeeoent 't people to frequently.
visit the best Interior town in Flurida
and )av' a goiod *.ima "
Theorowd that visited Uainesville
to partlelpate in the festlvitlie .of thle
(Ilorlni 'Fourtli was mall in coeii'
parifu- k to the thousands that caln be
atreted hers by a greet steet fair
an4 fall earnimeval. .
What ay o)U. .'President itobnlon!,
hall we hav the.e realtes "blow out"
this fall evir witinteeO in Florida? If
sq, now IW the im to begin preplara-
tlo01 for thi grand event.

STATI TAXATION NOMINAL.
Oommontntn upon the roductl of
ith ateO of taxation for Staei purposes
for, the lyearlM, The Tinils-Uelon uay
edllorially :
"Oovsreor Jenilnga has reduced the
Ila g( be applied to general revenue
purigeS from three mills on the do*.
lar to hlft a mill on the dollar. This
sax eorov all the 6xpendltures of the
1at* except for school purposes, pen.
Riltse and the Boald of HIellh. It to
?rediee4d 4o a half sll on thed dollar
In4 pite of the f0t that It had to meet
last oars heavy xtra appropriations
amnountlg In all to w$40,000.
"We do not know of another State
in tie Union that ha all low a tat' to
met the .tieral *ExpUne of tso o-
rp isht To realize tbew low It Is isi
onll noiesasry to lake comparisons of
dileftes amocuntl and see what the
oti-tall sawould be. Ati eltiei Worth
only lA,000 'ould pay only ls0 ones to
ls0 the general elxpBasti of bhe
IStat. OD4e ioth *llO.u 'would pay
46 one worth $100,00, would pay only
'$W T, T inTilloenaire won)illpay obly'
$wO i tax pVer ylrlfor this purpose.
"To Igreat extent outr pople owe'
this rlduetlon of taxation to the good
Woqrk of Floridas'* delegation ln hs
Iast Congrtes. About sthleequarte rs
of It llilon d.llare.-#.*p lhaA
'1iiiile for nearly half aoentury-.
was solleoted from the oFedaral tov.
ernmint and part of It was 'used for
paying the 8tase debt, thus lteduoini
the Interet ehibrges.
"The4 aloterest ha.rge. were further
reduced by the good eredlit whilh ei-.
abled the 8late to replace its outstand
I ad bOds with other" bearing a lower
rate of Interest. The intSrest 'charges
aialahst Florlda are now adrcoely ap-
pieslahle.
"The parents adminlultratlon' of the
State. desnerei 0bh ewitI, for the
sileadid showl~g whith the ledaetioln
of talation smak. The rate imposed
bl tht, Lglstalors was thrae mills on
the dollar, but the Governor was asu
thMolsed to redee it if he saw the
revenue and eopeonse Jstified it.
For 90. Governor Jeoningl redcedd
the levy from 8to 2 ,1-2 millIs on the
dollar; for 100'. frolt 8 o i 1. tmIllls,
ad for li04, from f to 1-2 mill, Tak.
lag tbe three yea together, he has
ot the rate exratly In half, making 4
l.2nilla lIstead of aine fneier for
tie yearn. Thls could uot have besc
done withtobt good manligement.
"io State in the Union oilers a
muoha a Florioda to the homeeeker.
It leae to a h that more has been
male fromp ooe'mre of and !t Florida
thaula Iany other $tate'of the Union.
The death hrat of the State is among'
the lowatt. No State has a elimate
that ian equal ceur. Our people e*an
ltve Ia caieeforttheyear roeud. Flor-
Ida leads the South en her public
sehoos. A' nAumpber of htl'dhr edueP-
tiollniiastltutionueare rowla b iu
the asate, and Stste taatiotn 7i lttle
ore than Boalnpl. What monr ean a'
S qmeeker akr',1' -
Farmerm s eioulnol aotegiseet l, ay
by pilety of eeheiaad homintty,# Corn
eas be ,nerst petiltably gran at peros
eat pit's thati t'otln, land aa tih eold


Sstoraie plante it. cloe., proxlilty to,
nearly every farm, ina thisl eio of
Stie tilted rtheit.'ihe fartber of any'
rIt* e bf vielu m 4 f ite will pay


t eirn i kagqnt to th6 ;iliptplno
by O'miEo''l* Ig, bul iNl Iinto *"an
aiili.,I1larla)iti sy osl mt. Mayor
Oollin 1 old4 the vhitoie.us h0at their
5Ight toself.g41Oe'rnhiWt f8': true 6s
the Irolarathit of Indeiri'tlieie, or
he Srmon on thl Mount, il aold
'Fillljpins. hiwva s right tow wok iut
their lewq ,alvation, an.d if they i re
n0e over sueooemful in doieg It, it It
'n0on of tior billfeiiS. a14 mlaorbtI than
It t* ti'he tooh@ri of the Filpilgeliuthiat
we aro not working out all of tur (wni
problem ( lht h iuet >eefeot i*y "
fie advised them to oarry. homnt with
them the leu Ion 0 of ilbeerty P'lr iio
effect Iat Bieker Hill. PreildenJm
Whitney iW the Cihalntber of COunmmie'r
lioljke along ihe sali t linee, The 'i
iplieMs took up the argitntItutl wliere' Ih
left i! alnd, pPledetl eoareit'ly for lilte
tnme right tI' seif.goverrin*.e' ftir
which thee A nerieans fought thi' brit.
isli li th leihvOolitioln

,Elitho lnot i, one ol ther futermiiit
men thit AeriCia has y1et ;ron idu.,
stiidJing peirhapi s ext to Mark Tw(i.,
In hi ispeech libei' the lit'epliblicall
!oinventltiionlie laitlglicedl lin hil sleeve' as
hie eaclaimiied, "All ticerioniis wlho do.
sire a kltfe anld eine.11 rvati, v adiflinis,-
iralionii. l) shaih ll avoid ti cat.e of
quarrel, all who abhoir war. all who
long for the perfect sway ot tlie' irin.
cipleipof lthait ligiiiit hicht we all
profesi., should rjliice 'that under(l tli
HRe ptblielt atdmlnistrktiiun their cousi.
try has attained a potent leadorshi.,
amomgx thi nations, in tllhe ause, of
peeae anid international jusiiti'." Thrie
Filipine su asd PaMatitsuditorq gleefully
poked eaolih there ill the ribs, and dim.
clared it lihe Ilist piece of irony they
lead over litened to.
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If it lnoi high time that lhe
adhilelistlration arraigned soime score
of itIs steamboat lnspecturs-nut Only
the pirtioelar menv who ate rewponsi-
ble for the lomumi hloiMaro, ebut
othermoen who have orimintaliy heR-
leoted the inispwation of other hosts,
carrying their thousands a day, I-4 it
possible that most of tIhe ftiflia) who
are guIlty of this fatal evglect are to
go ulpunilsheid?

A bill s lpendling in theeourgiat i.'g.
ilhalure makingit a inlsdemneaitor for
anyone to ship pr inioiirt any intttxi.
eatingliquore of aofm kitd into a dry
County. It i known *s the anti-just
bill and has been reported to the'
hoeiise favorably by thle temperrenie
doiniittee. A motiont to reeonituit
the bill was luot by a vote 9 66 to 34.
whioh would indicate that the meaii
urte will pass the house.

Cuba is in trouble Again. She ran in
debt 8,000,000 by perniiieioin of teli
oiverdraw rein called the Platt anendd-
ment, and Ow shit nie eds ,(xi,,0e.()i
iore and has npplied to her gil-'litmk.
Tir Ti "to e4"T "rr"ow it. the adini.is-
trationl gravely shakes its head at lh.
extravaghnets alnd inprovidence of
its ward and doweli't kh1ow what to
dopeixt.
MiSS liinnell of itronson, who wat ste.
neographer in a law o(ffie in Jaekst m-
ville thout two years ago, was the first
woman rotary, pubite to l rforot a
Inarriage ceremony in Florida. The'
second instance of the kind ooi
etirredl Ilt n Taompi'a last week, when a
woelnn notary arftormed the marriage
e'remoeiy for a negro couple.

toeretary S8haw leolares that It is a
marvelous sign of prosperity when our
tanufaetnraers cans eil goods in uo
ropO eheasper than we can sell thpm at
home! He instances, "not less t(han
four mlllIn dollars worth" of awr.
hatindise Whleki he keows te haie beeni
4ilpesd of i thi 'way. This i very


Capt. Browardilei eocratle uonine
for governor, Is the head of a family of
dnmie, ieludtibh wife and seven daugh-
ters. HIll* wife said ehildre spent near-
ly two iaonths at Tallahasee dirineg
the seiloni of the Legislature of. 1901,
when he wasa intmner of the hoi e.,
and are qtite poelair in thlie' Capital
Sity. . .. ... *...... .. ...

The telegraph editor of The Tampa
Tribtat Ise tomewhat of a hteimurist.
Whei the telegram aiuneolaing the
nominiatlon sof Mr. Swallow as the
presidential iotmif s't .the Pruhlbi.
tlonllis wai handed to him he prompt*
,ly' played lthl eaptitei abse it. A nti
.ioo*a siikie a .'.Iah<)w." ... .


Jaokoinvit t. Is destined teo thome i
.ltatotl 'Thliere isv nItor t high tide.
'l'fetiof water 'on the St'. Johns btar.
anid the good Work tf itieriis~ing the
depth soat0 n aQdtr 'the able super*-


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Miss Gannon, Sec'y Detroit Amatcur

Art Association, tells young women what t

do to avoid pain arid suffering caused by

female troubles,
"DZAt Msa. TPInXwAM.2--I canoonsteientlously'rroirnemm T.ydll'4
Pinkhaan'a Ve g table Compoiund tu tiho~' of hy e.istte re sit"ittrt lt
eaiau weakness itnd the ttroubl'k which M often i'fatll w'viwiln. ai
fred for molith with. gnore.m l 'eiatkieMse, acid felt so w' hard work to keep .ul. I h1id boouzig plakilns,1 nl4'l '1Wit. iii mte113 ly ii aia
Inmy ditrem a I was adviid to ue: Lydli. E. PhIkhIum' V'aeg it'a
Compound, an4d It wi ia tryetl letter day to ie when 1 tuktu th (lrdit d
tor at that tilne my restoration began. Ja six wieki I wias a chanml|'
womT perfectly well in every rele.'ct. I felt so eteild aicl lhappy ta'
I wantall women wvlo sutlfer to get well as I did."--M3ts (t'CI.A OUAN NOW,
69 Jolnes Sti, Detroit, Mich., secretary Aulateur Art Associkatiot.
It s eleanrly uhown In this young lady's letter that Lydia lI,
Plinkblins' Vegretablo Compound will certainly eusie the sutferlap,
of women; and when one conniderm that Mlls til Unton'a letter
only one of the countless huitdreds wliceh we are conttlituallyf
pnillphinn gti the newspaper of thit country. the gfrerat virtue of Mrs. lnlkl
0ha in' edie'ine lointoat Iee e i lenltted b y call; nied'for the ;ti oleite 'ure of all kladi
of female Ills no tciltituteO cnn poseabltly tkitt i ikenl ct'. \i> '% i n slh-ilthl bel
'this Jiaportant efat in, miid we-hen they go into a ldruiV' ,itr. iul Ic' -"ied not
to aooept anrythiln that Ie Claimend to be ". Jut 'as g(alod a s laydiL E. PI'lak
huam' Vele-telhle ('ieu|poundl for no othlr .edc'ieiuc fur female ills hb
made so maeuy actual cuIrcu .
How Another Sufferer Was Cured.
oi DatA Inte. 1PiKIAM :--I canmiit pm iie' your wrli. 'Ifiil re inediei
enough, for lthy hitve done ie more, gK' tliitrn il tilt. dlo.to'>s' I have
had. For the last eight years and limmore' I stoil't1.d %lith (lieinalte troubles,
was very weak, eotil not dlo my linehll nc y rkrl, l Ia lsel iI'tevoitus rosll
tmation. Some iday.vI would letmtin tu.-,,e~' it n 1s iir whlimule di' nd
night. 'My iteliiot1id t lhil4hIt I ere it,\ i .r recover, liit, ltieki hlto
your miedicint, I now feel lilt adijttui iuati-. ......
*.. feltevy-giiii-'fi, to T' 11iac d will I'e re ,:inmirle ie Lydla 1c EPink*
ham'a Vegetable Chmoin|iauld to all. It liiis i'-\v itc<'i fIIir yc'a i-s sinc
I had the hist pelt'l f nervOttI pr'st q 'tli.n I e Sight pound(e at that tine ; now I weigh onme hundi relf ald titv-i- tl.rt.
"I cornsjilet r yollr V eg'table Oi(1111 iniid. tlh li e'bt t-tieviy lade.
Thanking you many tiln s' for thi htlienellt I revived fici your iete' lremain,Your trtt ',3Mits. J. II. F'AitMKis,2ot). Elliott Ave., bt. Loui's, Mo.
BResemm ler Mru. Pinklhiam' advice IN. fre steiltd all Sick vwomem
e foo 14Uh if tiheey d1o not esk for It. tihe speank. irom the widest
xperl4ateei, and has helped multittde tf l woen..
AA5000 FORFITe v enaeent M .fnrehwieb w.tl'. th .Witrtie-! e.i'- sit iljn.t*sd
$504i. a i.ie, i me4ii. Co.. Lusin. Moi


The etalplaill of the Ite'lulilican con ll.' l ari M ls 3 'I th,- r, ilr.' I :>; t ,
Venliin l a prayed: 'i (Itl, pav* e oi)t r t..r !hait Attore!.t-A.;.t.reI %g i -F A
et'ion, we- he 'te 'h Thle from all hfif' " ,t l ,ii ai;! nnd ) ... l fee*i
evil thinsip1 which di t i t he hiemine im- ''Ceai s e i as e orneiy '*( th'Me ietlR
pair civil lihert r. tu, rruari( aholtie-. or. 'ti -I hTn't. he the manei wlhi tliecl'hrl
undermined thee fnt i' y,' l e mo t tr, lt hat iriim 'tl wioin utli.'il' n'P y n u"
eial hfe'.'"' Thty liai I i. wige' nril life tllirie elv s:"''
ldithi ed himn ats an e1'nwii!lry 'of the
lh'faesa'r t p' army. "'-**n iit.r iitli t-r nlii iIn ; ..' tii r
I'imrlik N I feet vit'.e' i, lrie. ie i I l'y rip'
Th." ferV'eelt iie ir .lih i e'')I.r. icreel ly f'iiU iee t il Che' 'inwialll
dicaris prtraie- I leNii Ait' delicacy aita l vt r ti-oft e t l'e.iewl cii I e,.v.. r' 'Ithe
re'flle ii'tn trit e Bs risk- ti a f ilap 'vioni Ihi. er ,. t ii ,t g it .- .t ,r- ll
that le' ty ti iti w 3 e i llt i thwr ctf th' hife like' I.iI ,* e.,t
bandit ehi'Afs smaff. .I t thayr h-licildt
our adminitraii,in Ir lit 1t n f ichait ,' ',ur i.- i t
the brigand to i r li, r e.s iL a4 Per' i i er 'i r h "t"' ' 0
d ie a r i s is I c t i ei t n.I l.,,1 titre nar Zs l ri t, r ."l l i rt 1,' i kiT .i + .r
t.:sr-.-.1 "....i we k ee..' i l t-
.-tt>rn.y-', iar.i K i ,a i re half t h M illion tu. t of ti lllpl, ey"nlt
sallrifl ,eg : .n. i . n'l a T jus t how W w,0i t,, t o ; h
il'.mtme a s lawyer to aeVI>pt $.itl,)' a
a eaUitie' ~o>lleirI,'r. anil 'wais i>ptd that fort e- ee' r yShiy w 0hte ; thali t 1i i r, 1
-a i lattorl h ( l it $ ,ti~ae* Ite ilne tllisi are' rit io lospier" ty, witi r' e' Olw"
he he d gio t ah -5.I I t fr a. n ti i itei t tre-f i ist t i i t ill t.I l in i t.
noy for thet itl-ti ruet. 6 hIe- a still 'tanditard il ltrtiuC ti lun iste, y : ''
a effrd tl take' sugahfr in e'l 1e-'. t lhigh-r rats,

The ii(rencl'te oe ri ha icdeide',I that T'ie lnri raiiiroad di s'lier :,' ' g iuaig enti ttwie lt i are Illegal.., Y'tithe 'm )1tuy. .i. t ri p4rinjt r ta ,r'.u 'i .o'e 1
olilcials of that lnilieit n oti f e011nj1-i.i- iS ilt&s a p tlnal ,- r.' ctary ?)tr
ture called theb weftlier htrma u etili ahly remark that ''li lcr ., ll.'Si
draw their 'altries ll e ieit4,i y "

One of our nvw cut-rate lmil raeits (4p Ilurae l1,rtr (s ott Is u r.M
should b'e welcomed' n Yew York City. but ywhen tb 'ki 'l' ^' .'. Sse
' ore upon thi regiter the Iy r'was ntinti ) e' to ;'t he *w
soswlal am 'loroanoknup. I folit to bein hii deinigetri;


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INTERESTING VETo r BOOKER WASHINSTON

INSB0ARD OF TRAD E, | AT $T. IOUWSFAIR

Inlld Enthusiasim aiutfeted4 at 0 000 tTh l Nt
Meeting Wednnday. atl b Ethtiol Asociatioll.

APPOINTMENT OF OcOMMITTEES 0 lT S EU'iHRft1 WyHi'ES ARE STUPlit
To Sterv for Coming Year-A Largoe c 0 Th W ,s Ihli Astornilshingr Ruteticrk it ll
Number of PromnilInt.Citiizeni Wore JI inent Negrn ENducamtor Made He.
in Alterida ae and a Great Deal of i r tik t 0 e tlie Convenlion, Whi'h Did N4,t
I #tferest ',wnv Maifmaloited. tio f t, ce ilie tcleigltatitet tcca. ,,4 0 u4 l Qtuood to Southern Eari.
tsit 11, 41 ofe 011,1i, Who atlr.r Ij+t' e j itv ,eel, a i I- i
lr!kltn II) tht <-,vilh- gri t i hi ,,I f th.lci. who IH t l li)' M.> ,,ly .-- t ir ^ ,
'oilrdi of Trade 'lielt t thi"e coulloll I a li wh .,itser, ver> rl. lou have 4t10 larp ty ec,t i-i i f J. el l 1 i I FI it-l
to tall 4 6 alino. iii' faii ily. r (I. I' l*,iri. rk li ,
,' Avrvi ii. Th, 'r tt uln ber ~ -lal II. a r 4L,, rd l i"f lli i, r.
1ii It t nditi i, ittil it gr t t t d l i v o fori tlly oi 'ted in il. i
iati imn wiA iiIifet'l led l i ai ll, Di r. r ec e ie th lre a e I t t i~", I. .1. II 1 ,. lr4 i .,.i ,
. eeItbict *t l!.nh IH te cael Iii I fi~i 'itbtibileU t l iii Ii C't lt, i l' ,iie i.i i I lit ii .>*!i l e
hlr jieei t ti (III> rily i Iel'llerlod lIi 1iyi We ei eiin li il \ 4\0 le Itit sc cl: th, c r itt er t l
betHtiet t0i Jti c 3) lllfc'h. iisteih tiiuti for sltln .i "' I lt' i .e si dictlit .'ied, ilt(er Whilli they wicr. r-. the 1 1 il ilt>il t', td11l ione that fo c ia ie 1 All are' hiig ly |ile ,tae t '
( ii tl, kit. i ittt>l tut 1t0 I ; t lti Florii tly State l e d i e
i '[it* l I >y rg t le"i !>it ,1l t' ,,ell.lii- e li O(tI e {i, ,*,''. c .in. i, r ,, f...ciclii l c lC |.
l A..rn1 ai Tlyt i.si'll. i tilit fi tr thtr e CipI te' t ., ] eit el h t il, ti,,I |t ere is iiic tt i
eci i0.tt tnI .belbeiit ly a"Kel we'
ilt i r i e s s h '* ,. i aer thei fl< ir grec c l-nds w tj feel I te
INopktl. The .ivitb. tr ti tit i ei et iitt; ra giisa*r t caclr lr

(ii t vvt l t.i til Ittl. I ll l t l lr t itl Iwnr i ltl illtP'li It p atid el iel>t It. i ll' ithe i lr tt q,;lckI Ptii 2l5c. In intI ait 4 lt a lhe1 ct v i t la y 0 IilIt i cri i
Ai ilit4o l .,l '>il ig te y I'l reit IfIl Ites i;, .eil liver Pills ,,e, ,,1,si i aton l et it Iof a r leurk of
At~vli' t iJlll js l Ait" l l l like h llwin l ofth ,- l t i e ill teif) lke iitil. most
de t.it ii'ti'uI.ie ante.,e. ti e. fo l .ji ti ltel k i. P'ec etijcat. ll hnl b ee -i l It r r.htbly thel j ineilt
i (j i trl i nl r l ittit i li ll, l lil ll t lehdy a it g e rtly A l I l i IeeLe t ii t n? b4l slt t, x h i l t it r c i c t i4 f
wet rclbitralefcl r w i p Pilce 25c. AM i euri, %i% lti" th litT 1.,. l. gu4fran.illy concevol 111 34 jo Jil -

SMe'rei itc ti, W. Hyli. ly", t . 4. i' i. f e th at ir ai t sh'.ownI Ily tills
Agr.et iture-- 1'; C'nlt.i, c'ehair- 'Thi, oimmlltte Is t einposel il Meul r.. ,i rci !- i ll ii e ItifiiTtic k eN io ,'t
S; Colel T MarAu. E(rl>ncii tnid I.. C. Stnith. ela y
I|itankil>--II. I';. Tl'ylhr, e l I ir Inn ; |t wae ,ij(,idel i to ltave thll charter I'h f e y- ililrd aniiulI leonvenlioin
I. P. 1 iicalrd W. W H ainl i, i inerrhilp loit )et until tli. S 0ep. et thll' N tlionil c1uctti i eiiitl Amoo-.
a'iirnimercia l I Cl tiln- hlll, M il. teciber I ti, ,ilit i eld hltire hHd n ii
itr, ttlairmiats; 1.. aJ. Il eyeIe. 1. j lter Ii; A t ivliecllilion oif i eotl ht il ci I>e t hI rit' ' a1 glil at net that of
Mtr-tlear. isile of miinor illmportlil', tihe iibo rd i11'y re-viil iefr tilg, R11ic tll ulet*.
l-:nertali .nle ti-rt- I. J Mle Ar thui r, ,tj, ne It, it,, e,., ill rn'tlittr vi'lliuli ilt 'w 'r* e it eil (ore ti lt t ila il si nti rest.
hile rinetii l. I I A. l'.' 1, l a ,. lA t- in AiiUtiit At thi l,. ti'fi.cO ea ttl tel MJIxiAell if Ne'w Y.ork wai# hItmlseli
I ,r,.try J. Mrcitry, .Ir NEWS FROM ARCHER. lipreslident for thie coiiisill Yyear, ald
chtlilitii r ; \ N \ w o\'t l I. %1l. Coi. 'li -t C'hm lliiab lptlon wat apli iinteiild I
*on. Marriage of Young Man a Surprise. ilcrectir ltllie Sitt aet Fllritla.
l 'rn.igrn 'rn-lrI I. ltleitiiltoii, Election Officers K, of P. 'Thi llrppeiale't oraitili glK'tIi Ilc it aly
chlt ir;i n:tc l ,- I M tal- 1sl.ei |.' e I- W. ar- .\rehlirr, July *i -M r. C('ehlli rly hals *ltit'lk r was tltati recl'eivefd by lti',k r '
piert. iigite to tier old ticeeiie ic. eilia tio I Wal'icgtoht) today. Long Ibefore
M uitlatl ris- hcl < i'1' Ch lt-. e, tle i i the unnluier. hAI, hot ir ftir lil iddreos every edit in
hl irtiiei)s; LI. 1 WVil,,'i; V iyl, `r Atw t rc f l.h lSprii a w ic I tell tl liei'ci 1 eild tllriuitu of leetival
N. w i .Enteirpr e-'- It T mlitisas.i Areher icc-I w meck a l O Stilti rdam t i i t wtll ll takew" tiit i1t4 r ti.'vei thsl
ct'etcirni: (' \V. !'bihli m Worki --.A M ('(iCuiil nl ili .tie Washing ialtie e te citii ofi tI saiel d Itcetl* n liro from every Sitlte
cli ntrrilt 1' 1 ', I4 tlriek, I It'. .T r \rst.. ic and territory of the Urcion aHnt l n ny
lii(' clrtiecet.' .liiiitan ir, riter dt liis foreign countries were' present. Wheni
Ircrtr --'tiitliip Milelhr, lii ;rnia.t Is+ icy fri..ida he' rer tby er ndisng i inef. li', r(ps tclit peak the hheering n ittied
F IT citei,>. \V' St e .eee t laget to lii ftilhler cn Tilhiredciy fl o fr sri n niinutles. but the acdelId s Il
F. A.' eir i .-- . 'Artl r, er iir. flil et l hinl a e ii i eei arrive i t rf I lrai~ n le voite t ta- e I igniil for attentlhii ,
ic. st I. I I l.ii, r hi in d atr Ile |i ,ev. r tint ,ceclitiiearel Ai nr Ioii. lUip i a with'It lrtld i hroliiholil the t 'Reliinre.
V31" iihl' i' ,r iitli, w.rk alli. ai h i lkrprit. d # t Ish e lit, ;pI k. o ni t h no l. ij tl o l "' dItic-
. i i, C. i '. l 'i c'halritn ii r fri,>.i(l. IlThe trl,- wais a M (' il t'oec it'i, Icrt f o 'tirne le there Nu'rt.ro," -nadll
I'. -. L \',ti .' ",,rd.!.etiM l !,l ;,t:',r...... ...-s...-....r n-e cc-" 'tn 't'itty '" iTltie i'rilit e itile1. -t'ut, it' i iilti- alileetel icc y-onie'--i. f-c |' it
lI et,, i l-e ic ldl Ice rirym >- i II. F. liel ti c I lter k eI 't fea vi+ th Ir n t Its, r.ee.a, It i s d l to ) eayer, e. to ay, i e, ,.
.iiel, chia t rcitr i n I o ',A aj l will iirarv rclh r ste f cttsirt y cit n tsa llI '
JorUlri., ,itrilii F., Lr V ,t It-, A N. i i pnr i.ll .lhioiv c etilaet d iniiilnly tit iturth.
(itltockelti "-. e !li Ida I te: iletehiha wirea len It ,,,,erii ct'rlt t cator, Ws l l it fi eill iynli4atedly
fre.-t-, I lmania chaeirltanl A. Il 't irttk, jkivcl LI iv t )i. IleI.. lhne returned i ih optp'rte ieity arid hi cro wl lictikor
atli ie 'lee te1 I s ioti iitell nic ce. geet i ff o lhne go(a d hilingio w hl iti oi cii-
,dit1e'lei, 'n arid r i ibnrcry .- II \1 V I. t L, iiiiie l ha iecn l iit iiiK h rh, ee'l e't lte hut harsh it) S o itll iunr e fars.
ci d I, chianianteran er i;c Taib e (he sCtIe' of 0 thehIlis Ic, said wrn e v'I
di|, e~l~lla'llRiu l %n; I. 'lTtio~i~it l I-, s,,itter, M ltr. J.|v Tuckrr, in L.ivi (i k trll "l the ti he *"h wi**: "O
I)t oi. A.1, T. i>irr c teik I{ti t. r--L. .. Clyatt, clia;r- lfter a li'taiant vits it to relati ve li' in o lirl are stuipid. ltut I will n tl e 'ciiee tei
lilul, T uih'llndso. 1h< ry Itavi I.icin e ccllhin. that. it rtqli'i thla ttnic', alc zieeich to
'T-leLrsa iii nid l'utbltihoenltt -l. C. I j. MC ihIelicie of (i einet'ville' Iraelitd educated a whie ehild a e it dow" a
iX o.lei, ainiii aiii: I; l .udwig. '. II. twoVe ry able rineelntins at tihe Preaiy. nelro. and I appeal teo yn r ielsse of
loelder. teriln ecoirch aun last Sabbath. ihe JSoutihi iegRaiet tlhe uncairnei thi my
'raslniporatian-tW. I. Taylor, c.egPgaie a r cd- larii t W *o racd e and tit yuer pritne *aticfklet like
chteirca>e 5 3 Thoe tin I. S Mi'r- olren Sar. Maitco's, Pi' rvcaif for lie, awkward position in thl eys sI nf llit
otLiati -Sunday each itiunth ali ld 'will likely world in which tileiF unequal distribu.
dSaniitation amlli i'utlic Ilhalth-J. 11. siwtlmeed tione of funds in the Siouth phlaes youl,"
HotIge' eliairinil; lomarcue f.ndel. L. .At ,I t1, ,d i rmelting of tile K. of IJ.A. 11,' l 1e 0 &aid. "Tile nrgro in thil
C. T6saiah. Ihil follouwiiig oAleeir were t lctedi; South deserv'c nilr t', credit tfer l hi
l l gislatiiat---,J, I .|. Me-rie stry, f e ,t 1 I!, Ici ,, { I. Ive lo Mecod; V achievemenm a t d ca I' ihllrtarn eit A lna|e
clthirata twu tuo lbe sprohtetlad. w .i ; Iti,'aro, l'rtlat, \. I'. oow. th? wanr the an ny e*-c e) l in le history
ln. 1 p. i. 1.i done'ano .Tlee pe. c-ItL, .1, of W. (m.ro Hi. (,iltbona, M. ec of o he world
B Ittr. ek. (icalwits, imatI ([etlry tT. i. Sam Fll.'inclhc i i i r ). Fi ear- penethi it i dTheSi int ii ai tddler*-
tha utte le d t. 41n. Arid new, we tre eleo.t. n i, E. -. . will aatw wel eonte Il t.- he ro int hse
el hoitoriary tniee'ntcin.e withi rithc to iheaviyei|menl.ct it peart are Yo gleic Welot. Ye'urtc veryneiily,
lietete' forward harom ni Ter -l, iinm ttl i. n n ttu e t'citcirlt at af c-Itn t-ollni rka hiiy e iod. Tlie stne ... .. .... .....
Jtln. 'lc-thrstiite r'.prtfdi thb tenter- however it ialon uvir now. I l Mltee'r tSsetpnd Whork In Alata>sr.
ciifredit'ett ate thn( cly liteeghly UC-. ... o... ... r lt;rt'o an theie r 'it .itely a. c-.e lVti
r!-'.ette. cececi ws-ne tnssharged with c- Good Spirit,. thI (h vot,. icf tliitiak- r'lhir coiv mlttleH aer- j 1fxid eptnlt* dotl'i all coint frotl lt the. ,,'cieti<,,l iel lJ, '-ml-)UBa ftit'i.a
heeT|n-e'd ila deity, act i Ina-iolt ctl inid. Klitliky. Thfir e meie i nt ur!!!' i > ia e; I ori e rM Itrahliei, InI eli, rilt. have -.in
plisi' ittieetit rata,-s des ot d el etrateci icyted ty iltv',r-t-ald lcell i n, f ilnits ri ei ., pc'srl neild at work pactictief slehf adi;eli ti-n
.th1 l *ueti i-if t Htt 4*i<>in atid ti e' neide ih tice fl ee' (.irts 'i.tatee oulId of new wa(eo acple. ttfe hi4 wc ri
re-t' itr edat which viltted t!t. e'icy oi t>t rentdl a htnadh liver or ltin-iedred- havlna etiplaieds. Most, of the cc.it
Mtieedsy " altd-citett illt c'tfets il prodltice. You Bisr lll, coal Operactere pl lphoylB0 7,ctf'
'te'| lieittetr eol huldint A! rll cuirfil, ared' c I>'lCai5 h odii iritl aada bathd liver URn have t a.iy t 3p a
c-i was ten>.cigtb(ti iic" aced .iteosied at Iat the salctetime.- Yinur liier 'nust bie liewal of the olel sic0l @M-te atinefl-'
ecina. ^nplgth, after which it was re.- i" lm fic <|niitlo~i I ,fyo. woul4 feel ,tacndlng that whit the N>aee o,,ir
lfrrend aec till. creealtclttec urt centI.aetti. I bilOymlit, happy and hopeful, bright of *Ktorl &ind thle lmlinersi. ag thee a^r-r
ment eye, lht ofl aea- vtKurtia,. aced cuc-eo letlai cettpnl app t
- ,, l il r l int eicu tile l.ble. Cectnite eltaccutl |hic yl-nur parcicits. 'coed eacc put .cl. ....tepctle -


Oe, delbt was tliti takni uip. and u tl your liver in tine cond4timi by uslai Inueg Man Makea Attak,
CstiO thee' h0rlui d 4I f rile d le b eritbed reetsi August Fllwer, the grealel i a, ,i ,M ul; Ia A .
lR'J .ctat tsow ar. i pip ing sa lm e.t A eam ef ill 'ineeitl inen 1i0 the li wvr oinil N-' e.r 1 1y G' A L j+ r'"
o wasi at c al. ich sand a certain utre for mar, i .,.et sii, t oery at :Alk i
lm5ie ut liio wa t eo ai(initd o' dyspepsis or indiKieilnlo. It hi been ourtity. hil, tih n e oli l iorl Dably fal4i
exelt subtle rfptioa n to th alimnuuelt of a favorlte household remedy for ovoer ,)y. tly ilenir Tl -r. whom lrumai
iW(.J l owards payiika i i le interest in thirty mie ye'rs. Auguit F Iower wil .. ittd imf .ght y 1.tskej iit l La ii- i -y and tativ e -tai l IrI-,4eba'll In ti lle l 11 s a1;4P Ta
thel tlodtletr .te buildhlil debt> This m e r h a a L -t har le.e in In tI a ate e aiylal e and,
as -_-e a t.< .. ... 00d-i... .i.us heisur.. 1_a. a ,e t as tn pl ll# of sued
' n re it we c ilto t orhk at ouee d "f u g d it 'At ril 4isel I twa cit udtiiit'l h itan weC bi adi
S t s e ting With otin etia bleh l h *Uet .! ltr ibotilpc, 8i At I dh il5 t5a the mnirderOt ati ,
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write frem the LJmop building, Was thert te .....8 "":.
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"ilcawlUaY('I lw-iJI~u.rcli." fMll f.. ..fin. of ro OMi4Jrft
lacarha meones different lhae U l letiyt i. 0
ten"wremt sea ns of lthe year. In the Adderiar c Ti t tqee*na l a cPiitl
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CflO 0ONOIT1ONS. AVeRAS. COTy1ON1 0 ITIQN
Sumr'.v crt 'Jit We- isBurcalM'* Rte Monthly R4pt o the O ptMmgi| if


itti ,'. tt department acuiltE i
cw k t'osI'it d-' --i e li x ,l tAho .4111111.- C u.' W :aV o uc .t ..u 8l $ agg
il ne -'.i'loth thwe pard with $. on May Wy, iAl'; Y ,4
i, -I . ri t on l Tune 1 lt I; 8 at tihe o '
\\i te i eIli.tel dit!cere hi a id.teue t ii t ici lag da l 1902, . ad. te. tte
i Kt: .e Ae a p hee I arage of- 4J .
df r i- 'mln, '. h f t ie i. t 1i iini re 0m
't,,n ,-t;:ir hlc chit5h.eJ *et D s Leds Ihtmitf t
,pr ot n. T ,f pin? o ll t. oimiVlle, July .**-Tr-.
wtee.t li, lie -, ;i'* geen'rally dot :doeg be hait heft In 1t. bae he iar e
01i., ,i": '- t li.. I t'e rn i e ra .le t aIned of ro bbin Ja0i Oeray we
te e .. ..1. r ,e-",:":- :' a;t. T the hcsdqat)Urt qrai of the rc ilwd
T r ...i or t n f Il brae lh of thle Young tle'# Crrlal te
pro'ib tilln't aesortcattei was hbrket n h i nto t' ro.til
All i; iii rt in rot'llt o IN ner. aryear dio r. tiWhiet ith portry pef"sd
411'. 1 10 t l1t itro>ihb her it n t ie Ir tMY lan. t o -et tVii@ the- ecile. This do' 'cS.. lO I t, O il
Scnai i I the .... r 't-, n tFl.. h e te .. the way d Irectly toU b i
throw i'ho 't t-e I t 'e ;caieewly a n-. theo -'--- -.ii-,
teinra-+l Pt 's...i et n t.. distcrl ie. Theet U cnownih' Ne*ro: la t l geO'
cflo i r 'i l will t vtet d al-. Da* m aUU. it litly -Ait iktiOw
tu ietg' ue"ses ie .lt rh (lOkiionA ancitt negro ets-t at D tuie ndi Ri. ans"* with i
inoit wol e te Ternci Ter ila are fetli., C'lto tpie talsist it hi tae-eeN Wly i i"ag t tS"
te iei .:l' ts of f o )alen in the eixtrsIme a tree. it ii tpo I sc lbl to aiior tli
mi, .o--ern ripeat countless i >t trie a lex dtal. u etio l r I s ln ppoe i ji bi (;a
Iprh ,-''.et' .i i, i i eli rpre tt i h thd aeBith al- Hgrta-ea $
lit e outlook for apples It the cen. .S w d Ir MWtilae sad thai t heaIl
trial Mlhll-il ipl valley i a proani l- lyobt by mie ber o 1lh4 tl'i;
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TWENTY ARE KILLED, U ,
*l ni f l,,f o l r. .rt of tits r-ilthi 1 '' ''
l--- u pispltlA o tie Kl'e i ic (lit, I he
i lney l ISROl, of lprt, MII. 1ilikli t- frolic tFe 0 L .,
-oivention SfeciaI Runa Into M lrA e *lf i cd A ecrt.lii i estnd rovi- d le
S.i W lri lrhll 111T an ot ir osWn i .reovero';
in O with. ih the rl(i el ihich it l fil tilth
ACCIDENT ON THI WABASH. tbrllde e ,tlter -toll foufiil iolelroin rdl
to i r i itt1 litnd S,.t.o ," i i in .wh i h1
0hicageil Limited, B*thlnd T1me, aid h. 'wril r Scl he wii "urHr I of liv
* imunningi at Rapid Rate, It Wrecked lin
Neor Litchfleld, lls..-6evsn of the DROWNED IN DIVINO StUIT.
' inef lCars Burned. D..
Al. l %,' ,l iuly .leiil to "h, Helmett of Diver Became Diplca ..o
ll l it l 5 ->-A cio to Ti While Under Water,
" "'d:" ';"^ A ,,;':"" ;;:, 1," ', ,, Gumrntd or all Kidney and ladder
A iitlAlo rUA ilrec l .... e in .ciii4 Elio t s a su.i'-
Vili7 ll 5, lilt.. d, 11i-i l e of t 1r 'liver. c'l c~ce( se Aill, D e II C lnp I e "b i Ie Sum .
i 1 1 I 1. ,l 1 B4 .l ) h ,li l illr ; ,! I tI, ll h it h e h .1it-j lc Ie >r; 1.I l iich I o ff ( h i '
'|' l ; I ritl' ,ii c 11 c te' l l IIi t ile l h' h .lt ii Fc WFlil K i d ne'n C ri rf prl F V Q | ci 1
we, ,',rt,,,,,,,-. a.d ,,, r iii ,. :, t,,,.,. ,, ,,,,,,. h ,.,, ,,,,,r cures the m ost obstinate cases of
al A t t a 't r hl ho"te e fit 104 flivi kp
Itc :":'; "'"ii "l th..t 21 t"';T"t" er ''' kidney and bladder discas '
IlI ec 't,,lh nnlh l i etrl i 'lll'i C 'r. tIliCter ,, heii .1 ,,|, ithdtcl i ',,, elcet tl r in H HB'
aun li~ii Alk n ie' I i ir t -lill i illek dilld, ,
t'4 ,, ,e uit ,re i,., l .er lit file f Read .., It supplies the kidneys with
'l'hr.i ll t r ig ('lirt'I at Ie Iern Ve Reai lhi. I,
train '' ; ,.,, %0 M..,,Aai. ,h Id", I""0 the substances they need to build Cuw $li
4'tl.u ag t ( toe t, e lit.11 o ritnil<). lir E. \W. lHall, .St. l.,oi.', sh--l.er up the w orn out tislses. or o: u
A ale t i.ltit f the Illh@ d hlllos r: "tr during the titsth year wel hlave
Ht 1'Jt."e V. llid., .1et4i4e; l, tju#- olt ever tw l et fee doe Bl|i'e .| I A
bee or,'c.bi l,,.ce.,ry" for kictnty tnde, .l. It Will cure Bright's Diusea
1c O l,(Hlt ,( hln d r troile'I a.ld dluricg hat lli n t i
1M ;. lti, r C ,T.lik'o At.ve re.ive*.d eo olletit. and Diabetes if taken in time,
,lfwj'""i or i-cfr h ta and a slight disorder yields read- i
,tt, c ..,,,,. s .,(. ,o,.l. A Ta, Wodr. ily to the wonderful curative KWIoy
t itt lAitc. Iinic email bottle cef tlit',Tex.i Won' of this
('utinei rtcmth, flrcn.anr.r Io ,llt ri ,ler, Hall's lirealt ,ilarovery, cures all poWCe of thil great m edicin '
, c glr l'.'rl.tcic el" .'Ar.C n'e o. .iclel y aced blldlider troubles, reitlle '
I." "I I,, eir. r ,, dee.:, ,, im. It soothes and.heals the urin- Rlad [M n
. .ol. witalik acid ltialue baieks, rheitiuns ...
SREAKS TEN YEARS' SILENCE. tiu anll irr ularitis of le kid. r orans and invigorate, the
...a.e trd bladder i r bo tlh sin s e.o .
Had ieen Arraigned as li.sane Because hiltrei. I a sold b r whole system. If your kidneys
He -Did Speak. will bo sentt by mail ust receipt of $1 .
ciiag, l....ly 15.-- ilr, w l-ords in ic, (ilne small bottle is two mniiithlt' treat. are deranged, commence taking s I
t 4c c f h. IIt s..n .ty wer'. th, first t.tlei ni ,il l ,,ii n sitldoin falls to perfect a t'
~'rceolc i ilemchltiwor. (if 't( North Lln i'-iC", Dr. Erncest W. Haill, sole wattle- rOi~ y S MannAV Ciira '
,.,e ,n, ': ",.. ',,. ,'. JB,.,. ,, Foleys Kidney ure
poln F! v ui.p i hal -ll li In *ot.nl yrear. flactl rt ', ,P. t0. box "l ", St. Loui, Is, 1,11e
accordinlii th. ,hee my 1t0d lty th. d forl tee(thnionials. Sold ly all once. It will make you well.
father il th.le ou cn y man Itin h teu dort w i *. ..'
st h. r icc H tshe c *sinc ii iirl ;-l tc e l ii .,. **,,3
tor the i ane' iAc at thc i)eention k- TP LWO 5si s P *oO
'tlal ti,. o lther silly
Tie' fietler Ctlirl n :Iectccych n tt 0 i i \/ .tnrn MiT t o o h A Psa e u i p ilisg~g r I

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pI .re cii rr lbe tctt at ci n ,. nol cei'mthi I> d 1 A e l', 'F' ,K m1. fnor ie i t uled ww r l lns : 'oe a I l
l't l e 1 ll r. 9vt tile t .tie iir nlr- a r e ', ,,, n ,o i eiip i e iuese l Mol *io A da t p C u ew: !,'or ye. .n t.
tj,- ilittl'i t rtl h-l Ie ce ,ct r- ccl a 1 % oret I',. l Ai
ti htrn v m ir ii1t'r of l- l l lvtlr in ic, j ,,It i ... .; rn. i i I.i .vi i m lhetl t hanrl l iM Id l I to b ee lstI a beeluM Pish n ney Mlsed ,l a
yc hiar ntrprise l' as oi r at h heni the i it,' 'b ,,,. i.... . i,. . i, i,,r, d le l nd elinfged phro satolad. Io used l ver.tIeI g
)l4nt r wani who i ._ A t l ar f a t, ,, .. ,. ..fI .. II to il t vtoetll l d on wl thoutl f o wll I ... omen'd I
pi( miiy re-l c41 to a qcli!' -'4icc ti wI #%t %1 0e OwA blQ'S Kidoo*Y Co#*V Aftertutalg thratrbotesN
Tllfn y Dr ticer ?.i.i>. f tre llI, ii n:-it ;c.. I'*- I.. I. r n vin I i I d rels d 0 eursi. I .prlii.e'r l It Is I Ii.
"I h o rli' tui l a t lknt e all the i4t .%. l, w a pci e hiiit's f a.ll' lclc'.ly .alilh --a nd. its us .
ti (i'," h' (i d n fl t *al l ti C i i ill 11 a 1 I. pqa l a s for suoh r bes, r oa e, y -' "late, t a' .,t.'',
pIt care to."""youig ~ "'l ,e"yeir tIrt 1 l "l 'i < "e a e R EeeU iA it hvprus e h bandr 1T o uLd I 0 ns with l I
w 'e' tl ltc'Il I 1whe nu ., t 0'I t h i 11. t il cAt l e-0000
at h nlA sot ll ie e i'eo l tieent'i. "The felli .t .tci' i e r e lo -
worJA Ilceer lie arel h1ui1 '." y 1t all that at 10l *\' 'I:I NSOe AND "RSEOMmE 0 BY J' Wl*u8 iu uw0LL I,



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;-cn i.liA n 4.| V ,--,n1' n>ia u w s L 'ilede leikl Atclc>, ii Salve oKid "n'ri Ihl.roughly active nt with lapd tile.. 9 6.
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m ,e whn Icrvc ,ho rIt it 'al in IN p- ;- *. W e \ \aid 1ll-4 ;< lt, 4.l .i..
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.IJhn l s,, tr dp ptti er w .Ill lV, r vP riitor--h liSt It. ac r promifatim t AnM lean aind Englsh insi l.
ti 'th;-lill h, intd aid fell (la Shot Himself Through Heart with a lait, iill t bor EAL TAT AND Iy A ; ,,
s iMiltlD the l D., rhe prop.r- Large P to, f Secratfry of SLtar-Jthle F. PIorr, l- l L .l ,, J C i
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