Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/02286
 Material Information
Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: 10 4, 1891
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID02286
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
lccn - sn 95026977
lccn - sn 95026977
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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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^^Barirav4' tffU irT y accomplish morel than one, ten *more in its operation it oppresses, to t great want to gay to you that the third party In the conviction of awell matured and
S t l fl i than two, and one hundred more -than extent, the bone and sinew of th ld. in -thesouh willsplit the Alice eally well balanced mind, e stood
|-|S^? *& f --' .'" ^ ten.'By united effort, united action, The national bank pays one per ceuo per twaln., It will Aen be-a thng of the firm in the conscious rectitude of his
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WJiQ B2RT' 3P ROGERS men can aceomplishagreat deal thaIt annum tbr 1the privilege o(f isuinx past;Jlke :ae salt hat h~s 'ost IL savor, position and -e.ce he wasa safe coun-

'S^S^^^^B~iL SP ECH. ^ would be imposible t. mmplish In money and then It turns about and loafs it wiltbe good for -oGBing. Let us fol-tflor, & wise friend, and a true Maso
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,Itheir isolated conditiod-oArIi their ise- It to the farmer, taking. ora o ThS accouteied he went- forward t
Slatecapact Then i derto bne- his real estate, as collateral. But it does gia, Soth Carolia adori CaIoa edishae of life's duti looking
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...... -U AfiL&G 0 fitYorelvesha ionanca yn ., -won e to- not loan money to him until two respon-and the s ate of Kasas, and let Us et neither to therit hand nor to the left,
^^^.v ^^ a gather in this band, am ndr w m*woraed .ible men endorse his Vote. And te y iin-,opue' demo-rats, who wil labor taking- no coun w el of oumi or fears,
'**:'- '. O th men^ u^f.0 -de bene.....its of. -.- Cby t*hi contact One with a. th.We cha-gean intestof sixer.'ent per for-tr otereg,.- and br ng us bakt
8 i ...j( : :.-.' ~en ,i. lid annum 1Re~ w oppr Uesst to-. of --pv .0 our _foundeirs--It laih t 01oe
'~~i bea "bem :<>:::.. lad f"ULi~iunn h I sgoC~se~
lug to a8htednotie ,he 'we respect. ourselves morean we ever and miltates to the admntage of the to hatJeffersonian doctrine which I of"stoopinto ooqueorobening
K.. t.eia r w _;, re. -Weilearn t'klook .uit for man who operate under It t-. oaisd a of or" paiy. Our "The pregnat a6-. of the knee that
i|dg1pth.ufiiteity-t Of 4 i~ h-ea other' -benefit lvtore than we It W19 Sid by t secretary tl ave estrayd far away 'from e thrift may fUoownii ng."
-p N ouldhave'^e doneonadwe -t been bend- treasury, the Bonordle WInmo., d Le^ us bi ig them back, and He stood erect as God created him.
M te 411te64.th rme i bitore his death 1 ea S v inlustiies of:th- s cutry and to do ?iht for the sake of *fthe
XO^^ Into tliIeoutaewe out abon $2A per capta ln weainnatlen if the wax great like tue green right; his s indeed a most kigedly and
i l. a ur es: Uni.ted States Of Ameria. The are the water's ede. t ,t generous nature, tender as a -woman ad
g l lip^^Blfc^^^a..^. _auttneeestt and we pull together isbow that hew. rin error. -<*r "e i U-dt o the old sb.ip whichlbas broughe t giles asna e'eUd. eSoa wo eve? asp
-eing tmake utUly for each other's benefit. We latioa shows that there are $.70 In cr- us e haven of success eo many pjied to him for char' sad w~s sent
Ari"grevefl ti-e ."u:l-.p for lean from thus coming together the ra- culation. But the most reliable Ppres tim. TbeNationaLdeoratic part away empty;n no one ever sugh.
ko lM-llUie.- 1ff pa sns why we ar oresed And we represent the amount at ,416 per Capitaa, has t had a show.- Our last president his advice hours of trouble and es-
id geared intrace these reasons baek to their foun ut let us accept the statement of Mr. w aner bya reblican. seaae. pondency that did not receive full
i.pper .omote former pleofj tanead and we o wrk to correct Windom. who perhaps ad t-tb best op- I belief tJbat'the demO ae pary wli smpathy, genemus eouselkanud heart-
ti.I Hl11v W2as oupid athehe e wrong ad relieve ourselves from portunity of knowing. We ya thattis be In power in :89i i. omhe pr.-ideo felt encouragement;: his bear, and his
*VUIVlouftrom whent NewDansville this oppression that is bearing us down is not enough tomeet the business -ie-dowI And. believe hbat tWe piueci- had were always ready to succour and
Wan. capo^ it/ al o laehua county, Itto the e6rh. I want to say to you, my mands of the omntry. 4n ttthere pies .tgurated by our fo-0iaimers befriend. His continued prosrationon
:. -1 W'Suh -.:by... .. u16ale.4..e
I-0Wnowued, howelvtr. as a Masonic 'fellow citizens, that te Farmers' Alli- 'is $22 per capital. TThe aam31,OO0 t- 'i-owed nearer in ther prme' a -t-. of siekre.s is a loss -to the corn-
..( : |:." : "-. ance, in what they have learned and in lionaires in t country and they con- val S ty than I .he last '- y years. uty in which he has s long resided
.: pIem |fro fa-r Ha- ague, the work that they have organized with. tiol $15,0p0 ,O001, o tflatMor ta t Ltionend for ha Jei honor to himself a$It(! r, fit to the
Galussafle and Trenton, in spite of the bhe determination to accomplish it, has atilI. 'Cairy th-is re r n .-op tre
_.. ... people at Uarge. We miss.'his kndly
tibtheraI.n oca medownin sowers ,caused greater commotion in this there isnot$22 per eapta in circulation. E my be some planks In ue preseico and genial smie in oureg-
ia4be morning.' -adq the weather een, country than has ever been known be- My family hasn't it and I doubt if your Oiaat n ttmay PoV be accen,- Lr communicatos, ad eanetly bope
Umore favorable, tib place would .hve ore. I want to say t you, my friends, family has It.' Wedemand an Inerease ed y -y. w oe.l am one. Aiaie- thatff in accord with the 'ivine pla)s
been w-ly inadequate to mroodaire ^:; .-6he "half has never yet been .d." of the circulating medium. At theOcala m-n aw one democrat thit 8taids flat- our brother may yet be resore-d to
t- vi-shu'. M-ogrspspoe for an ".'he farmers have learned that it Is convention we asked kngress, Ia the tteo tihe Oca plao. (A health to gladden lis family, friend.,
Shell a biWf nd held the Undivr : latioa ta they have the most la*form, to accept d plan which was plae4 dey them to point o one and brother Masons, by many years of
'-utt --Cf t1h large audence.l 'h T"ey have le-rned that it is proposed at that convention, increasing ingle t tat was not bestowed Int;e association and usefulness In Bro.
lia 1"s-of th f rm mm ..- -hb leslaton tbit has" grond them he clrculating medium ofthe- country lne he A'hlliance and ia aO1)a- Mo0ses Edel, G0inesville Lodge, --o
u l m? thed ",wasevide14d almos into the dus. beeaunse we are alleffectea y the law ofou ISot intended to beter thecodi- 41, has an earnest, true and faithful
b IS which ty drk in- The prinelples of the organization money. ion o the Farmers"' Alluance and of member and through Its commKee1t
r-eed y:1. t president -c-h us in ah things to be moderate. We want the farmers to moveforo.everyier class and knd o. men. hereby ted-ers Br. Endel, and his
-wi^th wrhich-thy fre- To ol06lwou.t dearlyt*e principles of i earne d na tot ha erwberebeen ed family, its earnest and sincere svm-
w ,hialtpop C te ..oc hearmers'-Allanee, wemust. consid- the whole coUn, ly inl. Ithel r, cause I-ve en presi- pathy in his pIrodsted ill ness. Fra-
ol ..se o I O. l 0- dk' th " "'
| ljn-: a ;l r' Ierall our plans from a reasonable stand- farmers, the Aais, the ralroaddelt-of Aliacee. (AppaCie.) I ternaly,
4 I. t e poin. ItIs perfe!tly in keping-- with -men. the. mill men, and th varl ke f ,. ihfil r' I haveried A. MHMA,
IB iuPe .n f uman nature to look out for our own sources of the state. We want them todomY uv, I--aienot falter .by SYD. L. CteT, "
..where the lades were spreading. erests. Thus hen when set u o t aborto educate ourasonsInhae science eway.e. Glo.S.MxCnArr,
,io udb ufeas. of opposeclasion wemust, out of of economical government-in aitly On u.the th day of 0. 5 monah, the 4 I
th t. Here Pbitographer .Warren the necessity of things, set up in our. non-partisa spirit. We. wat them tO 'stats w.u n met _-.at -ae Ciy,- .
Of th -AUl r A th, h ea, at oa inte~esic. We must press onward, labor for the higher education of the a- ad I thank GAd chat at tat Ume my Al hon- t conientious ph.s-rla
-bS rderofthedayt .A, tour-i not with a determmrn.ion l4 conquer by rieulturistsofthlsoii tryin the- se i..C ;ML' of erwvitude will expire, anid who give B. B. B. (Botanic BhI x~Baln)
-'u^~i iaB^ Ifwek la the didr fl'jc.. urafair ineso, bdv bi? rising up In our o1Cfleoinoical gowenmren:. The Aill- Wth dlI wy ear$Ishall ly the mantle a trial, frankly admit its superiority over
nS wlcl ill egive res we^k. t t c is .1lBd and.un- dance is not a polita a amwl ofti-pr"icupon soum.0i- man, LLother blood medicine."
: "- boke.f roi eos'f Me eoad m broken fron toe ee eme'sthe tug of war. Tibs was- t h 'tte ra.. sb.t. to ent"-r W In J. Adai, Eockmart, a
.I .- n.. i ^id de- flrstgun that was dfrotb^ side t...e -no k o file, there io labor for the beetbood BM.dkBines o'
S*a i -' r ': -" ,e- liners' Alliance. I wanttospeak plain- all Inmypower for the organization, writes: d"At rpo B. B. BIarea-
"It-aWay'ordsme nlaune t+ i.k de' - *.. s. ', ,y and my .btsleas In this eoimunlly w hbe-a ~ for de- O ],&on vorle. and Iaction is. wor-
You: you on he pincles the Farmers' w. ,: '.i-' when tne todayy i' simply +o teach what he |i- and will not accept th ilnatlon If rJT. J. W. Rhodes, CrawfordvUle,
Alliance. Itafordsme pleasurc-fii. I J. -;; :. t. wasi h ," jo'mcd =, ace i. itis tender to me. Ga., writes: -,I confess B. B.B. is the"
t- man whose motives have been more -culd-o- be accoan' ed ia. one year the white men who belong to the eo- here today. Tbeir presence always a I have ever tried."
criticized and whose principles have I ,Lr i two yea 3. Tie'e w-sa great bat- cratie party. This gives the republi- elevates a gaiberiog of an.* kind. Here- whites: "I cheerfully recommend B. B,
roade so many wrong impreezlons than tie be lou,_ht.. We h.ad arrayed our- ,ons ten per cent. None but the. whi3 is a iot of pap+s sen tt) me for dis. B. a .af.ine tonic alternative. Its u'e\

thiave. As it btefe' exu-' sves agai-itA.'tbe powstatb ami it men can enter the "anks-of the i b among use peorile. They are tuid n 81C'n of t c s
( teaiatio soul rqUie sixs _e0rs b acomplishAance. In Wet, o per oenL of ra Mr. va, heefedfirtof eedAl o wpeib
I~~~~+ re,1e ++~rst c
^ my duty to infa~. myself as to tbe the work before us. We havenot made the farmers, by the e last0 computation, fro Tanhd-seeTha-n. Mr. Vnh ofs r C. .Montgomery, Jacksonville,
te principles o- te Alliance. As I tie advance e ought 'o have made I a-v- repubiicaas-JBtthe opposite 0 us. little erratic. btohe Is a bold and fear Ala., write.: "My mother InsiMted o
have said in this tMte there Is no or- want to sayto you tat enemis have But thepress oftheAllianee baat.ught, lealileeman. mygetngB B. B. for her rhem-
to- "". --tism, a her I I -stubbornly resise the
ganl tionwhoemtI.ve nd principles e 1ept irto he A11 ce this hs a. I and we have learned by i aszi&-xnce, thank you for your kind aeniona usul remedies. She experienced In
haIebeei theay.g. y misinte pre ted, r "-'r have &I eqefmifs outside of thai our inlterestr are alm t de.titcl: nd prnce here today. mediate rdiefand her lmprovement h.
aa mt the hrme.s. o ne. ;o.-- e insi.de. Ee- that what aflct the faers of the been truly wonderful."
Alliaee. -They ha been cal, d by n. ._e co_.eo o t jranization In WI .afiec! the farmers in tb s te t* e.wa -.t an s Dr. W. Earle,-Picke, -.C.,
ev"7ame saI.we It saidthat .- yu-.. d idb. .-,nited Into a g.eaic or less -extent.' A- protectie -Art eW known to mefhlcalsie re wrte-:2hI reommended B. B. B. t a-
they are aclaeof me.-t*nded together e aseere. oi t, Aas- :- and have "I -; is an injurocvs e farmers ou I p parng.Ho+ds -ersaiwlll. mn who-ad suffered for year .wth a
.......... g~r l .." -car fully -s iecte,i,
with comimialoc v-ews. .fn otb1 p;noh be-ore ,Alai hI ,>od tho. c *.ey the West S it h e fanvee o-ieen aerorel y eel-med, lsn only te NOt mavan oier trnhien Atrus ._
words, r+w. p-ishhmI with okie- ,oe -.- pn-inc -, Socf"-th. relined. TIhe medcline Is prepared fr orve bottles the ulcer bgn. to
'dsag evy other MutY re Alliaeunr '.eaYh sad have hen The Alianceh has elicted legisatnres under: the supervtision thorough hly h I wir.. +" w"
n,,. -a ani Ai_.. so e,:,1 n m v m acrothe- a and,-n K m' It Competent pharma.ist.. a- every step .....
r . .t.. : "r .e-i"nin ma cv o the t. .nand, inmsaa, intrcn ofm ufa"ture Is care- . .._ .
nllY, "J Of e"e+ + oo_)r i +ndus . .. : . ... .. .. !je .. . or ... .
e-o., +--s+..'i.mev a e rnt wo. 'v of coaamp'-sed the defeat of John J. nzal fully watched with a view to-s ecurini ",'"lr ...'..l
-try hveaietheir bands a ist the Zebe p Ue gal foingt valiantly and saId, "'- In Hood"s Samparilla the bes pe. .ble Mr. ,,. .. ,l ,,, ,rl,.i
rais. acllh~' furnitur thre BrownlP"i
=a- A -j wont come down and I woout endorft ': .-.-- --
"".- n .. .. .. -- . n n-*" .. -* * M Pnt<,K M n Inl TeUr ur*, I
trueipafw Alhc organzaooan as, "iln thing .'srenpal u.- your prQ ple. and I wont heed y ou"0 f- bl, .G_, ,a_._, i. o-.lr
e say. It w never tr .. ia tthinogs eh.,-." it. raises the 1w roins." Butat last he had to come The following tribute of respect hs .- -.
-iboedatIo-ofthe order. At bhs AweJof a man to be Initiated Rito the dow.,., ar.d ju: as he was beaten, he -been adopted by G Isvlme LodgIone, -_ r_--". aninm,.i r_,_e4..
Inte by-te leeee of Alliance. Itmakr-b hima be- min.! 4 *' .s Aout.tols peo'I -, O.roo.41,FklA.M: l be lorwaed
l lra I tte gai ist the We Wntbe,' b .Ptt." It s fitti ha --great el rI..pao
*rAt uofayoes lnde"y or of .anv cz.-.,+U. W< ouht o.be more, sr;.vl ae iteresNrsof the farmer: deuian i.s hold pase for an hour in t- i"r teand eprt tuner. Ore s
>er pKm.ao-. Or declara.on- U- 1:. 4 i-a ev-. .boie. We oft t .o i -ltlon a. the hands of the lawmaker c uitorin dutie, to -lv the har- "w d y wi reve
-Ai lp IW -l-' l. S t Such lcve c.wiani w o win ord- In and vev. e li their m.lat and mj actrofa it bother.a l tn- opompt attention. OJt --tw 8m+ _,
-,1. Thvarmer' Niace is an or ,_i-'o to t 1e .e or four years .8 ,v and demod. rate their Mieoz. A vitthe fraternity to emulate his car- "" y '
Ak ,be~WOW Ui a : e -is e' it willae .f{ourr five the r.ul is, my tlowit-iAe, that t&he aid-ancdaW mp we nW 6 to: re- W
age" .a o-e- acousplLA .t we. Iv, 'ords of this -ountry hia vearemBbld ia.id ourselvTs that. a wmoria. .oMe _
IprSttdaaSI uth. It -a lI id t out to'do. Isav it because of ^ and 4umked in their Tbots as thy theruhaanI sie~epenlo we HF aDL iN-
eta to---o"
and wei^ aallisyI.w never did hfore, at the up-'i ^||B!.la.., Ibat fweaUv tejute. ra--&+we 0 t.e farmer. (Ap ). Then ney --.-d seis- t.,ms whm ChoiCe Gro ef(S
tr ,:. :| t to. i a ,n ouid get alo0g wi toUt .-. Why. the q|estfl oaed, Isi rI forth s..m e o an. bs -q.ed
910111" Than te -D" -"e d nt orW..... for"" .f
-- M II an 6Nte t orax- ~ { reL t ue+te shmirt o-ianc *< Aise-to en.t.r_^litn-.sr. em. arue^ t.-a-;fiotehwlt g.sew f GrocAA e, .. j
Itbtattht r loltestoodtop uf watho^^othe^ the aetle work ( h Irtetl Lberg^ l'4-inb *twrd~o ande w r IVt^^V ~

Bmrltr Is"s their; lrvig|,^g -ov'te~rtotua wttb raZth prhit. no Tobacow mEtrc woriM...w
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bwi.ptIim (App+aus). We mnt remember tihat n faoroianc drtot whict appBo int1i -tes " -
tateal _m4a a school etim. ourcoads ss hae bei ettr4b crac p.rty impuretet the iovil) cf tlWtiim comanuto; al. It uei ALL XIN or AAICTCHetE GOOj.
*.hm LlT-3 umi the -antv--, Ithe.i F'r. s AtUi.c. We ca.* w e--. ri up aned paing -t rm ites m- pamb e 1uame o treat the .m -td thatp iV

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v"l Lav thath offo oy Ian pe o.w. in.,.e-lt they rine.p mOdge i a Aeh odlt y T .. .-mi
.o o- "mg*. t Vm, wu., t
4 *aiupthebl qt4. the pst f yeulcalnixse gl in yOfthem ^ ot t0 It die .nd S~ ~whiia~y5 ab won Will lad 0cepy WhatA a Mkt au aau ibi t aade y o oe ^ g ^,.es e (am-a. If am, vern- state la ,a.a e.-Oman t-pbyca U P.?Xt^ < lwv"m l e tt W
bass beas faned for the mi1 J avss<-l t lawi forfubeemi ti i ; a t' wituintiwe ftda. Wthe bvitne v Itne --
~ite iamn. 1ti thyxr-e C"t tbdheo by th Aeft-grist by the FU^AL PWiQV.
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ms0 v their mrldy- is .ILt-o-' l -at dw, w'but meewrfl--~u w 5is.)3.lmTh

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'tawrite out p~Iee-w Il bu~^rgld#0V
yon.u cw e In U 41 a*-i gtpt-* - i --.
Have tOw ni* lie o- th;ecl.y, l2- to-l$pka' ; % INeo,
Cliri~ matide, '7a ot P w it'
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PureLiquors Wine,

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S';/.: V,|DUKE@l.

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Mhtf1^, -k f +5i-,i ..
SX~fcli iNelm'bs lwp-
3tMf. ~ ,wv*WSMW -e Ato N < h -*
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Xow- that confidence- in the future
I-prosperity of Florida. and particularly

____ ____ ________ of this part of the state, has been fully
H. IL MeCREARY, Publisher. I restored, the next thing in order should
____.._..~r~- i-_j !-- the inauguration of a united, sys-
S.i .u r fa" 1-t -.1. S-L flg, tematic effort to develop thenAtural re-
.. -l sources everywhere visible. A tannely
-THE DAILY SU-N, published every inorn-j Qon an emensive scale in this city would
_ng. except Monday, delivered by carrier in jIpa a handsome dividend. Such a tan-
--_ .. .-_ ...... .- ,2 +1-rC- T%>;* s-1 I I- -1

-tecity,ormailen eo au Part0 11 ue .L i ,,;- ,rmany
States, potale free, for -S-O a year, w.d six g v p o -c .
mmonisLg50 tree months, or 50ecentsfor one people, and would stimulate the estab-
month-setily in advance. i lish-ment of shoe factories requiring the
Reading notices in local Mcoumn 10aceutsl prices of hundreds if not thousands of
line for each and every insersion. operators. Already wealthy manufuc-
- Jsne otees in pecil Column one tre are seekin locations in this state,
eent a word foreverY.inserson. " it -hS- ola,
s i&Zis evidenced by the followh-_:
Rates for displayed advertisements made ednc bhe oo-t"-
o -";. M M3r. Geo.. F. Busbyv, a capitit, -of
ntow_- otiavppie-af.on._ --I. ai
W_ adprtiin. :l du "i Lvnne, Mas., he.as been writing. to tbhe
ll advising bil.S e de .afer po:_tmnaster at Jacksonville, Augusta,
First appearance of advemrenment, UttlesS.- Gt. and other southern cities, that he is
otherwise stipalated Incontract. Parties not. organizing a company with a capital
known to uswill be required to pay for ad- stock of $3(X.000, with which he propo-
vertisingrnadvane. "se to manufacture boots, shoes, etc.,
THE WEEKLY sIFNthe edition-of THE and is very anxious to establish its plant
DAILY SUN,is a 5.page 4,-column paper, in some town-in the Southern States
pumlished every Thursday, and. contains all that has irst-lass shipping accommoda-
tie news of the week. Local, state and1 Gen- tions.
raL It is the -best weekly p-per pbli '-.- [ The cattle men of Florida annually
ln Frida, and Will be mailed, pwsae free,u i a of hundreds of thousands
to anypart of the Vtnited States or tCanada !-"h aoo nr, f thore ein
for Slt a-vesr--in advance. dollars in consequence of- there bein-
An rezuttaneessllould be-a1e by expre1 no market min this state for the- sale of
.mcey order or rester~~- letter. address hides. The establishment of an ex-

S, . ** _ __ _
The meeting of representatives of the
S-.phpbate -ompanies,held at Ocal2a.was.i
largely attended, there being present
: 0er 10() persons. The object of the
meeting was to decide upon a plan for
the iumu l benefit of the companies,
and alth ouh nothing definite was ie-
an sih u __,-- .,d-e . -:
-cited, the conference is said to have
beei a success, and that the end cannot
fail to be-equally so. A committee of
-even,eonsisting of John F. Dunn, Wm.
-L Kin, Geo. W. Wilson, F. B. Ste-
vens! IR G, Wright and Cecil G. Butt,
was apvOnted and instructed to formiu-
late a pdk of action and report to an1
d" Vljvume meeting to be held in
cdala on the 19th ,f November. The
: following resolution was adopted: -
S Resolved, That a committee of not
Jess than three experience ed busines-
men be -appointel by this meeting.. who;
hall ascertain y the personal -ipee-I
t ion- f a copetent and reliable expert
insucli matters, the quantity and. qual-
-itjof the present available- supply of
pbesphate- at-the several mines in Flor-
ida. amn- the capacity and facilities for
prod Wing future supplies for market by 1
th dtitdfierentmnaingompavnipties and iii-i
dMCiMals now operating in this stare.
AL-i to aseertain the present supply
and demand of s"ueb material in the
markets of the worNl* and make com-
pte reportgx of the_ same to the delegates
at the meeting to be held in. Ocala, Nov.
19, 1591.-
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liuig of the ClevelandI organscontinue to
-b&se -Gov. Hill. Thle sneers -nd jeers
bf repblMain journals will strengthen
GoTvr. -Hi with the honest masses,
while the aIMse of him by the friends of
Mr. Clevelandwill fall harne-ss "at his
feet. Although republicans fear and
ate- oi, Gv. IHU- and a limited few of
SClevt4and'a friends despise him, he con-
tinues Bisster of thie llitieal -ituation_
-in New York. andl is today-nvaer a
nomination fo-t tlvieresildeney than any
other man in the democratic party.
I1. in- eoneqence of his lean record
as-a de"Ih--rat, h'thones-ty and purity
of chratcer. an! ;.iJ i-g! algliy, is a-

tensive tannery and a large Sbhoe factory
would be worth many thousands of dol-
lars to the people of this city and coun-
ty. Had we in this city a Board of
Trade, or some organized jbodly, armed
with statistics showing 'the advantages
of placing capital in these industries, we
Might, without difficulty. secure both a
tannery-and a shoe factory. -
- Hon. 0. B. Smith. of. St. Augustine,
who seems to have thoroughly Investi-
gated the matter, referring to- the value
of palmetto for tanning purposes, says:
"The body of the plant-usually called
the root-and the leaves are equally
rich in tannin. Of the two analyses at
hand one places the percentage at 12.20
per cent. Oak bark is ordinarilyV placed
at 6 percent. But for argument, let us
suppose the plant equally as rich in
tannin as-oak. This would make a cord
of the saw palmetto worth about ($7Y
seven dollars, the average price of oak,if
in the vicinity -of a tannery. There are
plenty who will contract to furnish -it
, ait two dollars. Right there, then, if the
I foregoing is true, we see a value of five
I dollars on every cord of palmetto in the
state, oron every cord of it used.
But-as tb the deman&. There are in
the United States thousands of tanner-
lir -. So- manyv in fact that oak bark is
nearly used up in all the states :hence its
great value, and the necessity for some
other substance in its place, -and -if we
can tan leather equally as .tell for half
the money that can be done -elsewhere,
it naturally follows that Florida should
soon besnee4ircovere li ta s,
-i-n- labor to thousands of men and
bringing millions untold into our bor-

J. IE. Alexander- w-4t, it is-given out.
is a candidate for congressinal honors.
is thu complimented by the Daytona
Mes:senger: =
In case there iI a v;s-;i!-v il the con-
"gre-'zisnal repre-w ltu:iu! frsio, this di-'-
trivl'we want the -in-ept:--i ,e 4J. 1 .
Alexander ar a candidate. .A great deal
has been saidd about him but the fact re-
mains that he would make a better
member than the average coug.*-map.
Aleckwould :'ot think that he got the
otfiee by his popularity and individual

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Health is Wealth!

KEST, a guaranteed specific for Hysteria. Dizzi-
ne~ss Coanvuions, Fitsi, Nervou's Neuralgia,
Hedacpet, NervousPrstration. caused by the use

MaMkes, me -Rves of ninnY people miserable,
a I dstrsM after eatfing, sour stomach,
sick headed, heamtburnm, loss of appefte,
a-falIt, an gone" feeling, tmad taste, coated
-^. ._ton~gue, and irregularity of
Distress thebowels. Dyspeps
After uot : e U itse. It
Srequimres camreful attenfon,
a ting and a remedy like Hood's
&Rsz qarima whieli acts gentlki, yet efldeoty.
It towes tem staaaa* regal tt te iges
ti c, creates, a good ap- Si,
petite, bazlishe waaie IC .
and fleshes the mind. Headache
"X have been troubled with dyspepla.3 I
had but little appetite, and wbat I did eat
Hea -distressed me, or did me
.I__1-'- little good. Afterei
Durn would iave af intrtired
al-goe feeling, as though I had not eaten
anything. My trouble was aggravated by
my business, painting. Last O,,-
spring I took Hood's sar- r
sapari-a, whici did me an Stomach
imnmmse amount- of good;- it gave me_ an
appetite, and my. food relished and satisfied
the craving I had previously experienced."
GEzoEGB A. PAcm, Watertown, Mass.
Hood's Sarsaparilla
Solabyandruggists. 51;sxforg5. Pzeparedily
byC CLHOOI CO., Apothecaries, Lo xe, Xmas.
100 Doses One Dollar.


COO"A EntiRmaelys of the AEadmi Ftiion
An Enflrely 'NewEdtoofl

said decree, fee,--and cosits.- T.prmr ensh. erl trsMamdn namif
ade rner l eManter-in Chancery..- ; -st m Mn 9 i
King, ir- 1. g. KICMplts&. oftrs. -so-. Pr N coa14 ham
thurssezn~a young or ea- hwk Coppeft lu nwmp
SALE. Vo L-a fme of theise tn-
_Underand-byv irtue of an order of the 4. -- a-
Probate Judge of AMacbaa county, Florida,-!
made and renderE-d on the 2ktn day of S.wep- i
timber, A.-D., 11, and-to me directed, 1. L, OrrM
W. Fennell,.Sheriff and Ex-offielo Admiini-s- M
trator of the etaeof J. H. ..eeift^Ssr ;. -e g-- _
Will -ell on Thur.day, the 15th day -.Owtof ] t sm P ed-N I
her. 1 .- at 1 o'clock., am. of sa'd ay to t he- f IRs B lo b
highest and best bidder therefor, all the per- it isa = dl o rea w eSdoa
sonal-effecUtofthesaldestarte. ,ale to take ab I f aa "pbte hti_ _rosor kl--,, lo
pl'ace.at the residenceeofthfeiate J. H. Goss .-tin. oft etlbe UM othiarni
deceasedin thecity of Gainesville, Aiachua mmd of M Ae I l An.b

^^^^^^^~~~k ev ^-~ yoii fer; emiveG. w ?
county, Fitorida. Procee s f aAle to pay ters reading pr bed in alt-
Idets-of said etae. TERMS (CAH-L tp- "0" AU -wko a4 -
--'h(-.riflnd-frffJ Kxeio AdmrniW irat t brof eV wih them. We-bavmaenarrangement r withet o pfhira l et ce mu .
f----e gt to ormsubscriberL_. Such an offer as we mae wmt e e pemIe a _w
-.-ago, but the- Ughttug printing press, low price of_ papenr a an_ 11Uan COns-In-the be&
Jave do=e wGoners forthereading public, and thi ste bmrelue l
i-Our 4eat ]P renl mefer %,=, .r -

i V~ 2 .-" ._ E1.C!4 1,Y S toront yea r. upo: rt,'r 1: of-only S$1.5, which is arb d af but- a.
S ~ cents over our r~~rsbr'T~ pri~tc-. t that you practitiflly get t1his 1;ur r"ionithe-
ic U a -i*. ,^xti !famous Leatber ix--inv Tale. for m, ly 25 cents. Per'-ectsa-ifatin i?. ir-ntaf-r os!,o!
.-_: --. _- ^ who take advant.a e ftisaret--at premiunt offer. Those whose .Qsc---rlpis h-iv-ott
!' 'as-gjK -^O lJ .. { expired wh0o rceww nowi will receive the Leatherstocking Tales at ore-_ and thelirm .
Tionqw ii ?e extedeid lt{} in --g.W .-'^^- ^ -V, -S be giv-u irtLe t ;tny-, ne -endinz us a cult of esubhseriberto our paper. --
'T---.L, E-- -THE DAILY SUN -oneyear and this -book for'
-TILLIA3i B. LYNCH, -- -
ATTOINEV--A T-T-.-W. F G T iE vil S.T-
GAINESVILLE. - FLA. Gainesvil"e. -a. .-

oi alcohol -or tobac WakefuL-e-s-, Meatal .De-. - ,
pression, Softening of the Brin. resuiFUtgin m- All business Ientrued to my ca-e will- - .---------- --.----------- .-- .... -
sanity and leadingto misery, decay -nd death; cedve pronipt attention. 'icee.in Blarne. -- w-. -
Prematur OI-A Barreime;sI,- Lof Power Block. next- dooroi;N offih-e. Hi i r r vrdT^ J^' f:M^ -
in either sax. Invotary Loi,5Yes an i pefrmator.5 nerT IJoor- ;o Sr. o^i' TI JL _(jJ ^ 1d hh'
rhoes, camsedby over-exertion.erafelf..- PHI Ii IofteI--, Tn f --
abwe, or over-indulgenc& -Each bNoxcontainms L| I j "P I 1-F A -' ~ '
onemonth's treatment. $1.OOabox,orsixzboxses I L L- IP I.a __MiAlt-L I-A..N tf .
for$.00, sentbymail prepaidonre-ipc-ofpric. .
WEGYARANTEE SIX BOXES Whae~ale njid Retail -aine~vi1le, Florida
.oen_,_ray eas o. W ith eachorder rewre red by s 1 .- l.. t_ d i '_ i "- - -- I C '-
jjforSix 81a laccomaniedwithlwe- wOil! DEALER Do 4GenerlBaukinslunesiuss bay andwl-ell Foreign znd Donw-me Ea^.-
send The purchaser our written g vuarantlee-to re-
funnd the money if the treatmenT dtes noi- effect The account f fBanks. Rank-ers. corporationsns. tarmuers, Merhantsa- -
a cure. Guarantees issued onlyby f i others reeivegi on 'vrable -term. Speriat facilities for nakIng rl
BALLARD .ALLCE.D s I| L Coll-tions on al ccwSsioe!oints inthe-United States- ..
Agents, Gaineville, Fla. t II U l i "
Vigfe ~ m^BmC^ v3 m f I ,.I ,.,- ;S"c~a Isl]anl Cottn- EAn Fyptian *-l aA.- Il-,, Cotton,_r-ierihan adQ E, Hsh .ea I_..
-B P *r .^ ^^ .. ,- Cotton Ba_ .tm_ ad Readlr-nmdu B~~s, Baggil Twie. tL-gard CUR_7 F _--i_-E . .... -. -" ton. Sed Fertili7ze-r. Ginirs". Supplies. Sea Island Cutlona
{ ,. __, _, _. 4^r. ff-- 't aa y:.rI-F;!.L]LF--ORIDA. j Gius--English and Ameria make. .
kindor degree-External, Internsal, Blind. --- ---- ---- -
or Bleeding, Itching, Chronic, Recent or jo. W. ASHBY. IIATIO DAVIS cond-1hand ("isn of all IindS i Stock. Cotton Sd
Hereditary. $1.00 box; 6 boxes, oa-o0 ASBY D AVI. S, Bou. - Liht in Lar-- or Small Quantitie- .
Sentby-..mailpoi ...eceipt oe. f . .. .
We guarantee z-t y a f Ples Aarh.m the rSutte- of StH at P
tltornrosnao Gsergis al Lawa Agdlwio;l
SGuaranteed and soldo.ly by -e & w, R 1., U. S. A.. Liverx.ol anl Ma"-"-"t-er, En"l-'u" an -.
BALLARD AND WALlACE. City rug Corner West Main and Mechanic me Al<-xanri rUt, Egypt.
Store. Gainesv-Uile. FLa. Samnt-fr,. GAEvl.-, FLORIDA.Fm rs Made y Ltter or ire tt Saples, Sed r Lt rded
I S TS .,Firm ers Made by ELeUer or !re an Won Sa f
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naru nman to(UW. dw - I
__ __ jnefforta nlone.C__ j 1 v -
\^-'\^ *:-.. j L K .; E SHIVERY, T.
3Mr. BIA. Hven1ton hi-- sod the The New York Wrld ri4ghtlv sa-ys. I T c C O ca l r,
T- ei, 6ak-Banner of L.Rry to Mrw V. ta "the Di.-a Ji mnn'ylvs'- laithe ,ur0 ald 0u
-. Whittield., Mr. Helvenrtonputblish- nipleone of common ho-t aistVILLE. FLORIDA. ___ _
-- edl a er. r- 'hie-ih ut with,'. .u.. p lain-tealing." ,ults4e to Ordera tt~uaste (lesuito J-AXdrE S hEaLL .,'., "
.edg.____ A B. BUAL S.PPLIES--WO
e. b, t ing principal of the High .i.y ..l S.li e ..
School in that piae. hle found i tool - how Thi Full Line of Samples on Hand .o s -,.F llLnofSm ,le.o Han.
m bh-ofa- a tak to run- th e '"hiol alnd We-offer One lnntdred Do[lers Re- " N lit. '.-i4 rr- r'i
Banner -at the samime Ine .i .,e he de- w ard for an- cas-e of Catarrh that can- Thanking the public for past liberal pat-' ari-. --.i :- ,$tt o ?,m: t-,,in.v
... .. -. -, "= - | not-be cured bv taking HaIl', tatarrh rona-e, I respectfullysoicitacmnnaeeof GAINTaVILLE. - FLORIIDA. o.ir A:w Marager. EFidOI-A
eldeil to di'spote of th"ot.! Th paper. -5 "a ofmTe. R. F ASHIVERY. N .
however, ha. fallen into ,.o1 hands. F.J.CIIENEY & CO..Pr. p-. Octl. di-m -- THE BEl'TFFUL -,
Mr. whituNtidbheingajoMrnalitoflare T.ld, .. 1 T TY 1- T .
esp~~retnc. We ipredi-( -ha: tunr titT w the undersigned, have known FO' "L L s Y
i- di ci...- o.t" i ,f T- -. ,- -, J. 'hetr vfor-thelaht-'- 1 veart and be- ..
: o --. : tr... .T. h.l. irley ]im perfeIvcrlr h orable in -al AlICA L Y n & C L I I -
the courie of 1 the Klmler will h'le on-|b-n-iuss transa-tiout aml si PACTICAL DYERI& CLEANER' v
w- Wrd a ttd W Ware. ,W *rt V h lyv w is I ah t -earry out a.,y ob nation maie _-- _B 9 : : '- " -
L.h h.v -,, ..,... their rtm|.
th" l -w'wr -.-. t...- rm. .('ax -ts -- ,Inat" bank-
. ..... .. ho.ele-ale D7uggi. a pet.,ru.. mat, blank-
= = ......: =:- Ti.. )=.0-_" ea lace, curtains., piano
NN AN- O- : -i X F~,-,.w hole- 110:. , .. =
Mr.;CIthenAinipeh jhentGI | RcaI tI
stae Erpsidn amrBa''i Cure iT.~h.;tak'n it- Z
''t.....:. .... Ia_ .. NhC- I.?,,,trr. pr -_,,rnd' practical cleae EofS MANH(T.-N.....

24"* --- ethy
hfold p ,. id o,, it--. al, Hl,- i mu, -surfa, of .the, ,-..en. P "'- -rice- -- -' g : l h. r r-
.t-^-r itch i t-_ ut n gki re bottle. SoII1, a lly .a r i paying. -Ln- butt-. ... al l
tie-, na ii ,t ..-prop.' r s f Id S i t!-' _________________._- .
fette~& Ii tee-tew-t a~n-I derivek it-' The importance of purifytig he blo ato l6W rate'd: akcO ladies I dres- ;
_Jieip-tl value tirom. m u nlightened t'ViH-flotbe over-estimoatl fus wIhout St- nha l-.. *?a'qUe ci i I i 11 0 '-l.'tt ona l'.- -.
qTndae.' le ai- ^san: *-The e-^ijm ^ <-^ puebodyucaai' n' p --ribixili all colors. eiueaTUJl, l o ii'kt-i."^ -.-:^y-- -::/^-- ,^-
.. ..: bear in . ...- i b txree- i .~the.: R a- .n..d . -t .--ir i.-a? --_.------ - -
...-. C:i of t t -u ar- p rilir. p r..r ii ;
lv dlin-'-I -L Jl ntisit fa !;^*e z^ ruk< -'X mx^Bntiu'than~i tH i -sr..apAril.a- EAS MAI ST. tC.. '4.' r- I 1 1- I--
f ont-e. tried ih.s-. Joifl I .~an r-nead bIlpri~mflerrp. tx^e'h- 'heaE-lIthL. -1 .A. -" -r ) F 1) s I F I
14-t Itan P vilis a t -r~td tl Fakisie_ s:'-'"4 *Jz J I I A I l
-A!- vwtnfg z Z v I k ?11 h -- -- aei-nt -s 'A li lt -' M ST

le tL a~vertd n ttifag ro e r* l or allirirt. !fsar tzlm

fe'lfIr i^ i.- used for ebihirca t.-v-thia^ I. j,, aNEWt ^^a-r-t ORLEAN:an* ., -T
larr al pan cue wind -ohe andoiUrl y P.P P. *^&rr 0:* tIs w-rsi ra n t ar M- I #va !wrid ci t-rK *hw it 1'! ^rh I- -tT aren -IRE. I W A 41-
Tl ?-* Tn tn ,^ r 1 p T"-c p. P.ri *-
Pawst et44ntw ak .q-w~

eWa^ t eiflhtisaa i\r. T tnr~~ IL 2I ftt wbec e bnts a> Fr:p- ixi^ Pnra~~ i.-.Z l I- ,-'X IJV -m &w ^ -^r :. --* 'a- a *~ v-m flA iee ^a~-t
ti'- ', -*- - a-*c Bckle s-- - 1- -. a aA'1 :. ['- 3.14 r t. 2 -0
I w ri AI1i -A-ta ol 11-w--r-n-Y r < --K i,.T -tc- t :- ;
4t^^^alari- gn Fetie- Her I~n r 4ii^Tti.IJf^^^% ^^Y R E N ^^' - -
^A ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~i itt~ !!,T.4,-rrx^ ^ <.^^ I^. i- --- ^
i^~r^^int ._.-, -. ^^ Uf _i rwvae7. r.1irf.^ i > 3 ^ ^ ^n ^ ^ ^ -^ J lA A &..^ , ^< < A -
W at ^th a~a. 1 ^ iaai?^ .l~r tv ^cest? ^^h.Up.4 ;-Art"1 6 In t r F n ,^ ^ r ^ mS *s A l l 1 ]
0'4ea^? dae S llCet R&~- h v efti- Mh SiZU -~Ae8 Ill*f w~..r! i.,:>-e :c . -i ^? r ^1^ r ~ ^ s ^ai. AS -
,^ *-_.- .. : ^ '- L .-^., ....... ^ -H *ry ^.^ T.:J .,? 2.^ , ^.,^ ^ ^^ i^ -^^^--, W - y..---:.A-L O4 .^
ll~t^Wer Qry~tMC iai. ., *< ** An f~tw^^s^*^ *"r,?r.,-. ^: t~n ?^ *'*w p j ^sj^~tT rHT.PAArt- ; W .s-t:-u-- %t" *L"--a#.-^

S. -....: .. : The best.a.T in the wor1l for c--
Un.'t- to a -. "-i. -uo 'u.t -i-.= t-.sm. 'a"& n d -udire a-trn joia-h art~y r'i.
'rhit ^ of t^<* ^t-n* -?t f^ 't-eiwres pil*-^ or no pay rvnlned
c -4trl-ticel # *- ,^ f .- t'e n I -' mraeed to riv. perfect 'fa<
> .* ,. ..tm kea w memt,, P ^<*2 **

"'in or mont- reft led,. P'ric. ? "-5' -ni
m- on '. The l .-=-- 'iin : mper box. For s-af hr Ba:a'd & Wj
i-h a aIl te rstof the toril. a.

e FurnishWing G kI

t-rtnking lDepsnmet Open Day ul
romspt at*-.it'll,. and 1. will tar w..omaialy
-. A. s. iiUTWcHiN.ON.
rtaker and Embalnmer, Gaintvill.-,. T.

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- '-< oas-% T utW - ?. a BtIlh :. %-vut, 79.J--a n e t.:'_ey. f_. '- i
{i ....1:. = D E A..t F- *,

rUndcTand by virtue of a dee-r. e of foreeio-
sure-of mortgage mae and r.en.dered on the
6thdayvof Ausst, A- P.. ID_?9. Ly Himorabtie
J. J.FiniOy, Jd the (<'r,-u-iT t C'.:r i* -
anod iir ii Fiylh thuy-ii-- C-'u-i of ( -'r1--.1, 1
iat chambers atA RB-arris eompl inant nnd Loinisna Bas-_tt is
defendant, L as Spe-ia! Master ini .Cha.i-ery.
by a;pointnientof the court will s-eli aT pub-
lie outcry to tie highest and -be-st lbidderi
therefor,.before theeourt hou..--edor in ihecit y
of Gainesville,in. Alachna eounmy, Fiorid. I
on Monday. the Sh day-of >October, z'z4, the
samebeing lel sIlde day, wi within the legal.
hours of sale,.Ihe f(*1owin- d.- sT-ibed rrtper-
tY,to-wit: Acertain lot or traet of land
s-tuated i n the town of. Micanopy, Alac ua
county. Florida., and part ictaryv dt-s.cribed
as one lot dre north and adjoining William
McI vaneaad running from a -takp in pond
on the east line west to the we*- line of saidI
land and bounded as follows: North by J..
J. P-arr. eas-T by Thos. Mc-red.i4, south by
Wilminin McIlvane,and west by 'A. J. Shu-
lord., eontainIng one and Three quarter of an
acre, more or less. together witth all andI
singular the tenements, itereditani-ents and
appu-tenanci-s to the same belondng r in
anywise ippertainin. -
-eaid pr periny to be sol as the property of
the defendant. Louisa fas-en 1o sa-isfy the i

THE 6REAT Ei. ,il RMEDY, .
For 010 _742 litT ine^ But
"uWwth a- (i -r a 3ax's iut ld
for 25 ,;eCtts,
RY A. l-Klu-CiS.S.

B J O' P L I"^ ^ ^ U R E M
Boardin &Day Scho;,a CRr Eo
7th Year. y' rr dr::_- ft-!th, ---a of
I 7uBn 1 G ..- ]" (',c -'a
Re-Opens September 7th.9 f. ,j '-.- '- ,-i
atiIgl law w" "_T e ...rs. z C.u r e.


T &e mi and greatest of Amnerian novelists wmas Jame Femie 0e 40 l1yi
IoS a writer sino the hrev aitzteas, coimopolitain. BeMws akmtai w
ian ermmwymd Ia ltslyn In great Bri am and tne Uaited steme. Only one Aeaion IMK

l-w of (~o ti'-.5U T' aink -

hesv eor ]ne botto Iske at
mesatan t wra
kepstt "nde ae the
qttoe&.B =_7 I I P -I






Zfs Weers, goes deep, a .l p t -

...... -w eral ye. ""-.m-edl -

"-leWi ,iar"op -l25"ta"-e.ad Ave.,
New oirkt.



a of Wikstrations, and are Sir of thA
ator tf rara and Home I

"Here, conductor, I want you o
lam~p; the oil (is dripping all
The bell punch man answered tl
mons, and itser ookingat the 1as
few min esaid, "WWeL I ean't s
yoa wish t ape thedrops yen m
anotherseat." -
"But the car is ffIIedKirepi2dl
an. "and I aren't tim to wait
other." -
S"I don't kiw iwha I eI do; ie
of these amls-is nnot apart oa
The only thing I can suggeSt is box
stand on the frot platform or wail
This aroused the ieof te w
she sreamid at the 4 tff. he
Whagt! Oe -'stand on-'the Ifcar
the driver? Not if know it
me your nm :.ber.: I shall eporit-
the culnpany for-your inslenceY"
'Here.s,.mada," aaid the
tak ing f -bUim at- and passmgis
the i &fnMate4 inale.
"Waa ever s-,ch insolence knog
again s ea-med,*s she grippedAli
of her parasol. 'Yoir dayis thi
anmbered, y yryTo man."
"Take his nunmberj, adama*
wrinkled faced old man who sat&i
seat "I will see that yea have jmi
am well acquainted with the man
wn 7
the company. .
The otldudor reache and
signal to-start. -
S a m~aAMla, zaaaA
The 6rnld:-he~Ad4_BIAan~veI
rope a savage; yank aiud thelcartca
"Yo6- try that again, y sid a the
toa, "an I wil pur.yyou of the car.
Now it wasthe oI man's turn to
ad bol.

to me liklthat? Do you keowriv
"1 don't care cent who yo are
running this car, azti you inter
my der t Iewil find awaybto pa
tolt.* -
"You a e no going ato -start -
while that lady is standing. Do
me?" And t he old man hnaiped
upon the bottom of the car nutilis
as if he would knock a bethrong
S"Don't have any troublewith-h
terposedl the woman, who was hS
escapeth e oi ath. "We wil b
turn when we see theofficers of
pany toniorrow.nprning."
*then a big drop of the illUmm
nabsed upoailer dress. Thi
dl the fires of her indignation,
called lthe attention of the passed

Playe 4 ste- Street Va

gaue road, *a ghicha Westica

tpr,-a middle aged woman ad

reeived a full freight andw
startwem- a i-.- well d-es

Pk early
the blood!.


i wit-iss th i eOiolrations of -herInr6
mired gown.u
r the faam and home. These books This is : e, be si isni'4 it,?
i masse. thiedesign beln to present yelled- at the conductor. .w will-
cost in connection witfia bsc rip- feelwhen Tyou are called upon topa
e a val treating upon .themes- ow how
tan "1l to -e prof-te-,by-te sat tfaS dress -.:to0 ey
be, and< really no hone pBhoaId be cost? Ohyou don't. t lS
was just ,y0j
RICAN LIVE STOCK XSAU-A-- A "OR :: -: .O-i.gme,- s tbhetU=
Weat, fiaiiia"d tfaw.of 1m I lug yOfthe i aikgleanel -.
*e.coau icte o( Decoary B eiUit.iad-urn_ "' i I
Sra l f a z ajA s ,everexpenenced in the whole -oTS
n m nw e.
o.; Colic o 441,IFowd- a' i e madea i athev

iCGoIn x.wais; Howrsto TellMSa ladies who wear two hand red doiardh
o;.d a .T.sB ;-a I.-: T_ - J -- .. .( - ... --..-
IRac Fe Bo FeedFng ta:tlE; ToP 1ju g aBad cutting retort Of t-me W-
iau.MFenr 1 Milk;g n iio.
S"Oh letmeget at him. H wi
SAa.a a lres pul-w ....l another rope if I can just get one

t ylsmud oflot -. "-wm^ Cfoamed the ive dressed woman assh"
, e,5is. Watn s +B,<, the dimly lighted atm-spheri.witl
r 6J;iJ W dE EDS CYCI.ePAElIA ,_ USE. e5ars than be l a -ere with e5
a=E. T o a* + W- rs.- '_! two- eage ead- y:e.:
t-iEowa?6t i eri r -a Theod man with a wrinklfed fiac p
iB e t ,t iA .- -.at the bell rope,-.: ad th car oae
nfe ul v.-e for siey I P4fe j-stvanr sCIl again. Then hehelpediS.
uol bt fo SAarftvf -a g son faced woman to the street, w and.
,..iifraniB ?Ti t t ,both went over and stood underagas
^ fst.,*tt .< F2E^ -ntil- the next. car cSme aloen-B
I a '.. -- Her -ald. ,--
Fsiah, rg .- t aae l of aranae
pua. .e .-" FS-.,r~. a ir B. ,- A g That Is W teiMe.
r t g ,te k f, .aa oIi -a-- I. .a. - -.... Zf :..:- .- -.- h.z: &-..-
.w aitg*-UA .iof l -% W! I -t stgratiois *o..diaryl -l
vt ..D.. +. ,, ', --e E.I b 'e: dtoccasiona.flv o
e. Kl* a sgee. of Slt I a N ,4 r- bug wurth weleomiLng applies for nu
mF OTT ac. atio. e Astian a g
- t"..... f-- ---- t--r* -' -" as an offt* for the 30iXX sctie
l 1 imported trom Tahiti, and now Mr. J
& *ke -WW rShiun has suc6eeWed in el
I:a .t- ..-' ,- h Eu r-" i ot i-t. St ir ; - --- .
,r~wA latk 4e-A; Oe lh & ; aStlesban isechthat b -ids tAir aoa
CbwT nc m mbwroi d. Wo iitre in Caliorni ra m -S k
V Aw c^rua' e ...4 i harmless amusement to this of on.. .
S. -eat industries of the stat-e. The
we .... S. : -a A- ?w"asp thats golng t do s-wtis" -
i3oIBZT wU E t BMo ters the flAowers of i d aewiKu
pp Ds; ra .*f fin: Capri g, t wih po
Oa Itris it to theSm ig. W
At*%.6 nle et : a ..--' W .
sret uArtt *].. ?'a iWsIcs the lackof the ttise i wasp wtAivi
.Su ^' a 4 iLa. tim _. -.B-l,. astaphagas ppsm -thaS-ta*
W a b-u il tboa I E T r Hiathet to th es tore at

Sth W'EEKLy i._ .ft.r --- u r -- t u r,~.---San P.:a
s -. ... .- -.. . =..."-:o. w es: .im

Me- san of W- spirit a. Th..W A airta Wg r a lesi epr ateo kf
'L -eabb:w te- ... r ...... o obett as .. ely pi.as
Pesdohr-+ aiid th" -kor .
.:. '.- '^ ^ :.- I / : -** -*e.: :-s=- --' .t.....r Ait.. .
ean -- ,-:--.-he ..... ^ oro__.. .
jT --E -. .- :.: . Ua .-n g he-* j
clo__ __ ti theykg als* te ttol

rery,+ a..-, repor- .d. sso-l 4Me
.t. ta'ag of a-ser.es of o e t_.a

*w Woeald^y ad .acnd etbsaBC y we

j ":"" '. -"A bo" and o"we- "t- ". -
*' 6 -u .ar : 4t- halr. 1.-
-, j e4a b t ile aa ai

W. fhse aA hnd
aware, *-. cJ-'-- .. r "* **"** .'* y*t r** 4* -***

acerman ** *i llitI^^ ^ .eeiA^ l^ t
WUM C;ir MOT- Reewede.
H-E:'',. 5^.-, ^ '" fs ^ 8 "^ .
^^.jit '^' i--le.'- F1^ ^ ^ : |,;-|F!g
*'^''T ''"***'"""*'%4 *""; t'iFU tam^^ 11 !
i ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ r *ON*a. :?.-- ^ ^ *'*w

>piion of a a
teGRe slls31U

AAM -d
n direCOtact
sd theirfanihies,
than an4yon, e
^aii4 -whiaft tn2ue
He eas -eoAll
terss and canl
"1 knw ofno
Its,;.So~ Thrioat,
ma~oesch ef'
ive work.,-n? my
ly arBosdchee's

SGerman Syrup
5-would give ye-

I Aultsllwere- not
lake lnoage
algfe Sh called
aymg t she
Mi llier & ^B
iOcnfidence as

llillS Ij it i.- fl-il I! A$
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hrif ord

m. impure di. o .. n ..: .

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i by U a wo derf l ,* ..a......... .. :+=-.
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sitacfure known tt binlaatt.
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the'v wattt-roo k

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A^ Ill- ,.*Tral lesajlu Mvsnnab Ato

tafrlnf tear throwg to Ashri
yikva.k finish Apl n. 1mto t*-.end
L 1 i l At.aIfkttS-tfuor. s i mft e
1j& FE AirS in erksrtelu ttekvam nsw o
AIAP. ^LATT6ING, J4A. ual i41WI .

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p^ g t aw lher hawheas4 s

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