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Title: The sun
Uniform Title: sun
Sun (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Physical Description: 2 v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Sun Co.
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Fla
Publication Date: October 13, 1906
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 18, 1905)-v. 3, no. 47 (Sept. 12, 1908).
Numbering Peculiarities: Published at Tallahassee, Fla., June 23-Sept. 12, 1908.
General Note: Claude L'Engle, editor.
General Note: "If it's right, we are for it."
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075914
Volume ID: VID00049
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33400104
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Other version: Morning sun (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Dixie (Jacksonville, Fla.)

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a boy I thought I'd go to eam,'
"'Well, it's a niee -pot .U t*i ee the
skipper, and he called the mate, Who 'd Just
come on deck, and asked his advce. The mate
was a very straitlaced man--for lat*e-nd at
fust he was so shocked '0 oouldnt ea.k
"'She'll have to come aft,' he at last
'0' course she wil,' e the T, slid he
called me up and told me to e cabin
out for her-we carried a pr ortwsome-
times-and to fetch her ohettp" .

'I suppose you've got -otwe In it?' he
see, anxious-like.
"'Only these sort o' thlan s .' :M Mallow,
bashfully.&t,.
"'And send Dowutt to rper,
turning toanme
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the third officer, who il
doing a step-danoe ti
th'That evelnVg tha 5d
thenselve into a was
kipper wouldn't haey e
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ays, the skipper abused the t mate
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qif Nothlgs more than was good tor a boy wot
'a ots 1is 1 to earn, but 'Enery used to cry
tl we was al ashamed of 'im.
I*t. "DBill got almost to be afraid of hittingg 'im at
A last, and used to try wot being sarcastic would do.
vtvtng Then we found as 'Enery was ten times as sar-
astlc as Bil-'e'd talk all round 'im so to speak,
r elvil*- uaf even take the words out of Bill's mouth to use
gS, an agln 'la. Then Bill would turn to 'is great natu.
a t ral gifts, and the end of it was when he was about
S a fortnight out that the boy ran up on deck and
She nt aft to the skipper and complained of Bill's
MNei- laagwidge.
a dwlWp,' s the old man, glaring at 'im
ez a It fe'd ,Ixr-Jwhat sort o' langwidge?'
SBd la sir,' ase 'Snery.
"ta "it y ilt t 1 oe hlver. 'I couldn't do It,
S. hek--like you was
ta lakinto 7,,1 '1 -
to 0 the skipper; 'so to
ymar 5d sa Io-at let me 'ear an
)W 0" of lt oght to be at a yong laI
-1 know, .r: th "% Witt & .Uk,,
,'1SIt ln rt it'd w.. t a w-e
p. 'but I OtRitd be lke thsL'
"The Old u ses at bin, and then he rubs

a "uavend abe,' as theol-atan, ia a dased
v be vooe, '4sMt tell me yoa'e a ga0t1
# wo'tu t Go t want aR to,' -s nery,
yt'ws l ame? seM the old man, at last.
1,9 n w. r- .'% s*er, very sottly.
'What made you do it?' aM the skipper, at
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somebody wouldtdl the skipper a thing or two
it would do 'la pood to hear.
'81hemusthwa irea4es,1Itell you, or a frock at
any rate,' see the olpper, very mad.
W"'What'i theUImeo between a dress and a
frock?' see thmate.
"'There sto a di4 tre,' s the skipper.
'Welli wha H ttP HM e tmate.
'It 6d41 W bUatgy lbOd, If U wa to explain
to you,' see the skipper; 'some peoplWd hMd'sre
too tlhcl '
I ku thfoi"" ,. tiei mte.. "
"The committee broke up after that, but. it ot
amiable asia over brokfast next morning.. 0ad
made quite a toas over Miss Marlow. It waWS w -
derful what j f hoe a n blht .a bad made In
that S (asb hehw ml.beiiltuI, aud had
just w h an was n er lW over
'er o Ftittee pt pvetIu ts
lips up SI aIst each other as Mr. Fisher
talked to i6 -l*s e pPins *er plate up.
aShe t kfr bies- t and stood
leaningide talking U Mr. Fisher.
Pretty too, I never noticed
it when we toe' Perhaps she
hadn't i bot th; aad while
she wa **'er f wathl ,g us
chaps as gw n below lary-
"'Wheoin i d to the aa aso It was
like a dril ta s i There was sllk haad


at last,b
clothes shV
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draso of paper, aad look*
er they lave m oe or
tnat I t s"Oldm se to -N e V
er, tq 0ld* they thbeold man, sud.
dnly. a*W idreasilnfgbwa your wife
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just the tblhn to make a trdok ofL i W ai
"'I don't think so,' soothe matsN 'Itwolat '
hanp properly. Do you know what I was think-. a
jetaotr of 'a
"MWell, oee the skipper. :'
"'ht*e o" them new sase t iti,'
see the 'ate. 'They're veyda. k
^S4i rthe dressilnowioW 4
.per/i be~rllke. at's eauer. rbl hel, y 1t
look. for .t, .i one
mate.
"Well, lft's try your cabin,' se the old
They west to the mate's cabin and, to
surprise tere It was ho -Just b
door. it was a beautiful real
warm cloth trimmed wit) td-akI
took up ht aoisors abd fal
It. Then he slowly of the
two arms 'anat a to It. and
matoe. I I"
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slowly. I dresty you'll i f.
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lathings to consider, because THEY
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H John Drown. This little starter was
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my pu ponMeeaw numro S ,
Net on the list of this 1Hell litter gathered at Harper's Perry, was de.
nunelatoua ef Booker Washingtot and repudiation of hie sensible teachings.
"No," aid these leaders, "we will not be content with industrial progress.
We want full recognition as equal bitisens of this republic. Booker Wash.
ington is a traitor to the cause of Afto-American rights." This creed ftol
owd out wm cause more trouble In the South than the appearance of an
isa osetable at aa Irish fair.
Oomplqte social equality was next on the list of these lookers for
trouble. In the resolutions adopted this sentiment was made prominent:
"If a white man wants to marry a negro woman, he should be ALLOWED TO
DO 1 ,0 Ifa white woman wants to marry a negro man. SHE SHOULD NOT
rf lENIBN the expression of her choice Here's a platform specially pre-
d for candidates for Kngdom Come, to run on in most of the States in
t Union, probably, and inte Southern states URBELY.
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Nothing more has been heard of t l lo date. No
marching has been done. No more Pben issued,
Although it was not definitely stated, the idea ww r a force of aspir-
ing "Afro.Amerloans," and march somewhere, with" .ealors waving, to do
and dare for COMPLETE RACE EQUALITY.
But the fact that such a gathering took place, has boo advertised among
the negroes, and this advertisement alone has done lwhalable harm, hy
giving equality ideas to negroes, and putting "nottoA Ip their heads to
steal aay their oomIop a. '
Such gatherings should be scattered before the "wihereing" and "re.
solving" time 4om106.
This would do more to preveiat trouble' betweeI tle lJthe South,
than the ill considered, frequently wronb, and A IWA ORALIZINQ
verdicts of Judge Lynh.
Squelching "Niagara Movements" would prevent a tlewOe of the law.
less acts of white persons, which so lately .disgraod Atlatil d Which have
brought reproach upon other cities above aid below Ji surveyed by
Messrs. Mason and Dixon including Bpringield, Ohio sj York.
On the long list of things I DON'T KNOW ABOTK, owledge of negro
character DOBI NOT APPEAR.
I was raised among them and have dealt with the Ulite. I know
them like I know other things I have been thrown la in With, have oil.
nerved and studied from boyhood
The negro is totally ltoking i Oapacity to originateft. has no initia.
tive, he seldom bears dresntmeht, he is naturally docile sat tractable, and
has the qualttie Of obedtiene and devotion to his superiors h developed.
He Ii an Imitator by nature and development. A natural lower, he
sl led by the things that appeal to his ethoUonal side, also strongly devel-
ouped.
If he Pomes-i4 contact with good Influences he lto smgI1.d inflUen.es
reach him he is bed. "He started right in this ooltrt While in Ai
wholly undeveloped mental state, into daily aaf-ta iM amost cul.
tured and refined people on the earth he d ahadu l ohite to aquire the princi-
ples of good conduct from his Maseters in the South. He has had the same
advantage since his political condition was changed as a result of the war,
because the Bouth has been his home, and contact with Southern people his
good fortune,
He has had every chance to gAt right, and he has now every chance to
stay right. .
And as a general proposition he IS right. All that is necessary to keeii
him right all the time-.
18 TO PREVENT HIM FROM GETTING THB WRONG IDI A AlBOUT
HIS PLACE in the social and political structure of this country.
He gets the wrong idea from "Niagara Movements."
It is up to the white men to squelOh Niagara Movements and all such-
Then Judge Lynch's court will adjourn sine die, and the Atlanta and
Springfield riots will have no successors. .,


Is view 'of the eot tat the Is gettg short. I take this opportu.
nity to rem d th pele Uvig ltn e other forty ountles of the State that
only six couties will be Usled Upsi to p y the draline tax la ease the Con-
stitutoal Amedmeat s adopted This to the plan of the Trstee in contra.
distinction to the plan advoested by the TlI eUlon. which me. virtue in
the bill introdoedl tin O e by Oua Clrk whM woald put the
as i bt uvtWs ,tdt e si ues
Get tof 4rage On th e stati lita a^h Male
teanted lan the dralse dtbdet are n t O w ly 9 elII-w I U W Infavor
of dralnae and ask tat TH B3 AlOW )D TO TAX SELVS
for this benefit There is ao remeon east why the people living in the
other orty couUnea should at*g *the dsinap saiaBit.
In this conneetton I will ecl U t theo t bet tat the draMage
aeadment is a local Itsse as ar the bwdem of taxatis are eMOO ed.


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we Awwr o othe Dea.- A weoret a18, L
whoever be may be I congratulate him upon announcing la latet editorial
Imparagraph, A FACT. He says:"V-. -
"Nearly every paper in the State that pretend to be ;*f_,
people are against the scheme of Bowar nd others to e r ther the
ades." Aside from faulty m ward ad othes to tme Ever
e about right am rey imati construction this ptarah strike"
that "P righ I am ready to agree that nearly every pWeapr I the State
and In aepti ths stateme newspaper for the people Is -amlsdt dpanage,
ad I tacceink, the more gmportntas a fact I do not ovejlo oth fnlther fact
nd I think be n la themore importantere one, that it is only those that "pre-
Th that are ALLY runn the interest of the people that a a =lage.
ose that a A run in the interest of the people law drainage.









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Lw Call tfor, ib W Car.
the fact that the City W 04 Jacksonvlle hau reversed
eeaN rqpl oe but of the
'otrie atd to a1a 6ineam I s to
'to 00Q reGn by

So the be aused a' the
y company o the u tb limits.
for this probut a it was
not dispoe to qut. Thereaon
Intor rtet to geat aikts that


lite advislan ag~altt the accptane of the propol Uon of Messrs
ad WebAter, managers of the Jcksonville oleotrio Co.
opoiptia lwa calleda proposition for the extension of the present
a ooapMay Bow holding a monopoly of street transportation In


the toot of Ma)ia Street, and now the IM0 d
bchisee tor th ae of .MANY OF THE PUIWPW IT
Sheld up .b the Council only because oon a rate
tare.
saying 01Aus ta fape, c0"t. of -the.,
receipts f pany was Introdu O whi
from beIle s A OLTLY FRUE GRANT,* ie t of he r
oelte Ito a aeri atelNe compared with what othe i M u demA m a
pbl srvie tis fr the use of their streets. In Baltimore the
company? ron the street railways pays twenty per cent. of ts gross
e rttinSl. Ufirbtrihoet of Columbia the committee recommended this year
e Qwning the street franchises of Washlngton should pay
1 int earnings IN ADDITION to the a of 4 pe cent of
Searn ogs. The oensu report shows that the aerae gross fran
pafld b the t railway of a grouo of fUftemt e as o 5.7 per
moms of the d tes thee corporations pay sabstantial amounts


meIdemaiat
t q PW e Ab


carrying on Its diIts1f0 th Of Lake Okeeohobee.
He never dut iOT oJ survey, and he posemes no quallfiationM as eag lr. She 4140 ws to
Net irtahor A =aU&.""Ato.,wwk on tinort to f o
as he earned it i s *o
At the TampA fair last winter he was distributing nphleto, mwin
the fertility of the muck lan dlontlaed In the Beroiae i wasM a
MOST ENTHUSIASTIC 8BER OF ALL T RB UTATW M MADB
BY GOVERNOR BROWARD.
In fact, he obtruded himln on the Governor when he visitedd the fair.
And his endorsemet of the ernor's pralect was inestent and, perltent
to the poiat of boredom.
This e IVan DM, who is quoted br the TIme lneioans an epef -
Upon Van toW tatemto does the TlmeiaUnl rel or be argu-
ment aalnot the f anpracUiabilitr of, the .
It ti not to be uppon d t thw Thneweon e o a t Van
Dusor. It Is oertain that the TneUlson unW all abditBTm bT nmad
Ins out what Van Dusi DOr l NOT KNQW abot dralae. w t reu1treI
very little time, and the Tim nal honhae lgivn e o.se its oablity
to find out about things t to fad out abt '
Just In pln I W lay t t Tme ln bo Bi a e errorteTh
to put the nIsde e hen It *4ated 0Oaktha, thal Mr. W L.
Va Duor was m the Dieast drainage l .~.s r
'n char. of anybodb'Y. He was melv. as I have thme.


'77:. ..~l th a iw o

pa~oo~Wim a atvhis aitswqyuaone

Ma.~a ude. s-bud
baqevrbesdas~ he~PIOst al
I 4~IOK3 pipe hfg 5Is4~ *i~tels n
g~to "Maprlo spe~?I~


in I40 but, up to this time, aiavalint seearh for coqnviel- arna-
met al the draae r o the TimeuUas Is grabbia at every
wwot bva b otn t b n 'w r m st .. .
Om* t-t weo aye born lteny prmoate with ts VA. va


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The m be a muck
and to W> Iat it is
colao Uiads i1b found
eIn Bangtmaypit head. When
the muok dries It e in
olor.'dy d, as
pure I i Mi ta quin-
hine in o-Oe is
The *Miy pljamtswulrUsighr is
mined, extisesll'ti s tr 'Adasover,
Germany, and the mateta1 s known
I equ6t from dr~ia, before me as
follows: T
"Billsdu BsRuthtlwmI Iodaced by
us In the trade I .-a Ithe be-
ginnn was tr oyed In
the ooi0re ;41d 18 to di-
minish the I4UOL4di, but it
WM soon,< rU :sIell eous
earth could be ujtA 1a many
thin not O .ly bts Insu-
lating property ee bt t ig it pos-
sessed other very iw Popertles
which werrepom yntage
ot In many brao pt g .4R .u~tries
and teahnles,p soIt tsaLp-
plications may be b the hnun-
dreds." r es
The high th th rests
upon the confrat endl
vidual cells; it.rbent
up to a high lg the


Nwoo listB W lIgrldoLardlk, With Its Sew Jammed Midehip Into the
Nse ofthe Doesk of the L. A N. R. RI


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t**%Is IPM to'Of, white-
Swas not, ar behind
_" ofp e e treonage,
it with a*a. 1, Wpitsl
he onted the morn an the O a. t

I ^ J" tkL .e s tr. a d thel'str. be w te

d i up toa-


eaw e, 1 sI the hed el tt e o u e hle
ta le aarm -too ben W b
S -", ., I ot wr bethein that o oe fmtuld no.t Jo ; iT e r atiout phe
things! h i. su. ns t t h w o em and sel ea u onr tae th



ofmil re i ; t.It ILa j pr1h taed oa thaa bee t W. .e UOd otiu *. nnll, d hen
a t hit bo t o twe un eand t Iat e t only to ldo ban lad two
i lala r t N Mee. brtode -o The a ut h he m tt i oh ahd al. t t h Patm e
:his al .. d l wu r e. And w ldno.h it r wh o h e not e a
ahinglh 1is be. t..ta otf worle! ien t n o adn e el
'- a IU. .n .n sh. adbe n auose Le i.ed m te Id hih eont

,.. a [HLl11I nSJSM"! 1,kI W tl H'1?0 !,. litl Adev tareM too th ot ln bhd ar O helad
;ig ^ r ,e;Ml t, "(GqdI,: t^u toe h: e .ort In -oea-i-n Ifhithe ; o, y rf t, t 0.;a.20t6 to ;i h ME =^lo s tic No
S. o t. b. t rowan tne nld ier d t et ode non or not a W neraI nat

Ste 5 eh a ti au t rus thi e o g im and eoo t houl en ha ei- t t hi on hea-t
.t..h t hios, "alo& ftway, even y thft were to lier w ano ln ,nt




I t l t a e _k foe t_ .. .. .. a to enaht of th e shou -t ad w a pdom _ly .ne .t e ho m
i swerheentredie ofhstwaat _O in t101e gutters o hi'e selfacInn o th
IN wsheey dhtUfstreeta l tAnd now-oh, I c o eouldCh icade the









g il'n aonnr hoeto thi o n1tm tow worn to wa tis,,e was td. rom n the ade too
:.. n|.': kk whe nq~h_, b e n. thd ther y o d iW.tot _0 t he .isiton, wb, or"o: 'nPyet hdo
M h b N.ea} I M euno t am a ue ha d te o o ap It s ao t nor wa. 0a thd lanhorriblea eo
.' w neta wase. ad po a lln o that would Unot be t efae a W t ieal
,i sb e ele i. twnas a to agawih bwovaryteeinhey wo o k-,
.e e new an shudderean wised himalet -o time eert to asitime to





upont h o rCwouldie t he tooney wou l t tren d the e ITatnoa his ch
Sw Be n se M eno in the t I he C. m not l thd be bnond or anord M a the aundto
",l th_. os. W~da twst ing. i m 91aio n Ive- vp 1 ith heyr d hiso n tO e n 'e whoi o







ile a br do ot fa ded at they And the y w dat p, aalltd i tol bo h i t ha
St p, wf u ar a td hisie a out never l O h a n the r ths ha t hl ut u Iof himd
e*t bn ta w t H! ha (o tor sa the w t he a gau sein tee, any and pto In a ,ats w o
um... ..i and ahe fTsh aO tmih WOe1k 1u11 he a lel tont e
Its ao'evf nof a ed oult be no a o thern delvera he and heo r e i in n





IO.l o to i na tt was at t .t e ould die. Jurwthe let B outthe ft room for
I aout the raw. This w un e and T Clear, atnd l tyenr w d h o i hopes that
kIe t t o they with cruel I noslt a c, whenever the somn e, 0at ,. udrcome, but
Id.. but. l ay o1, tye uuffer ant d crnout at the vision of On&ma s IO- .bor see l e orh






,setarving.nThey hadtput" ,h housenJal *ard the, -vino Ino
-i mwa t t aelp i the oWln keep him here a long do_ ner awb.1U0 1 oon the flaw-
Not; ntawy.years maybehs. And Onoed-wouldmutely not.ye saxp anhwmea Ita i Honoro






got otw heogr rll e gain broken and crushed ot wod told 9 ionerfra week-,
OW| 'h. went, 1 J to i gie ad ht W e their laotE- if that o bhe l Promptly. *

eit- n J a uhenw o tn tf a nd.Cono rc oe nt e e e to.t wio tohJur,* .
SS o, o k M was staring from the Jude to






i So ehe t no d em t them, ay would all be turned out. the fSu
S ese f d u A od e lh t hey old not a demanded









V08191 t, h e po oe.a5WS ien t.e.venIf the boys left whool again. j .O :and wh 'os wo tood
I.pI w01 0an1 0 0 9r thev could surely ost padall the. bills atmurv et hi m what
Vm, ..eawanY. without him and Onti. the had on thist ,elmead

















a. th h h e pa in ^ or t 7 iavnr 'ela .i, th.U G hi ear
OR O afoof aof the dew lars now-they adjust a alfndt sb hMLap
,the rent of the housema week, a iand pnedt t nhim
*"dM- his na e d a- -.that afterit w twoW-eeksoy ,o .,-away', .to a room
Ee tIte halt Of a Jull s d it would be due again In' a week! They l ws e ,.sn 4 atng, and
plceman uoseS mm the woullose ther Thouse, after all their whon re nie
th wfon asW-- e long, heart-breaking struggle. Three cold frd the countY
d klok whoe be times now% theaept boad Woened him Jailwicsa e n hsid of the
toelrthealtesa l- that he 'would not tolerate another Ohely. cit, nneisn from nthe
a"lie tPerhami It was yery base of us to st*otia
s 'mwwhat the piellwe hod the other unsp eaa thing eto lonlythislOfent-
hore In their In fer fo r othis house. w much they an told.
nBa would pile had all of them s r Ito wal r their whfiahe o, h
Ve a andp dlefM eIntomenehnedcrowp-teoRastelong as theylIed; I grton
bunuualItthey had outa l their money Into it-nc
eke 0rIn the t ath er orking 06. "-w people,, to Of
ro .t ussu ew money WV their eng t Mew. boand
tonthe VV = W 11a15c e Vothem, bo dy ot many* Tom,. enthr
oes to knowthe theh bvery u IWOaof then. body andlloe tbut
for ck of ah they dat # I
Anoneywoim. Andtlose theywould
a abenh and he turned out intouthe stre hes reno t hav e t paro
e*doon and all of die as best t hO ulad? nure seenda of ap
Woolf.t she neigt-4 endana lf many blo e tlits The 6 Upon
into aWild beast that a think about this. slnd he saw the fettby
a h In% a dul istuntr hing In ita detall: he livedit all, a meI n
W do" ups them et r o othee They wouldserll theirwe


"W* sith, athe **rene ws a on -the brink at ratio the noigh.



s~mwu e'tlny ce tin aou Woldthase f0w1












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cakes
third t- ~
turkeys,
rabbits i
thints
turkeys,' UU~~
rabbit
fourth wo
lovely doUib
lyheep, llir f
Even h
chinosu *^ 19
behnm l to
Mai In Ulm&,
Jur ls' th
nlht On M
blet ha,
him an
up In g '
diniy sand torn
colors. an
She had
and was' t t
where the o
Bobs shooMCu
would pt
and don
III and,
not left hi
shut him b t n
Christmas
But no, t
for him-ther: 0
for himtthe -
him I~



cold-
Ing th
ter m
ment t
where
the col
tey 1
I the 0.
Ish h1im ldl~f
Jail IeVe
they no
than to
helples 449
That riM
Justloef-- u
with padoii,-M
arms ual .
W eupn8e
hatred' nd
curses uaoo
junStie-4t was
hideous, brt t
hateful for W
aome mooket. .
There wa" no i
right, anytwbeo
It was t 1
reckless uan
found hio a
devoured -al Wo
murdered hi s
and wrecked..
and cowed
they were
no further, an
had lnto
their wLy
to himl


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lilt they w" lot out fjn W
A had thwy -a duo 4= .
Ith all but which most of th
ni oustomed to ahirk
0M e so 9thy that tl
lot ringing hhe more
notm and aft. at





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stuaI~ ~ Cub. ATh
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WANTED
for, -mill works skill
hads.
llasa41nt and pays
uB tla asmoh every Saturday
feor every member of the
t a /nlht oaheels.
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moun proAto bankers
w one can make the
stupendous fortune
they are made--bhow
0.
maglsine write me
., and I'll send
TOR 'OREGORY.


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Ape hamtna on of taei Florida mt u rA


the lJeolve tyour letterrn oteim L
ted laeWN nftmb Inlt, A Pst tstraa -mr tu
su a eof dlatomaeosa




Earh a IlleeIeuar, trot o
the Gorutambe "mm.a .S#. ." A .aUear. on draisage *w

Itnmala HelgnlteS a a on o
ibut
for dn410 nafltwI meiossi


ite I and to s me tent l- aking a ofit am a.

watpr.glass, and as a non-oonductor as avnbt., todata sad ts the
for bo'les, o. M sad ovareloowd lands within the

of iesel .t tons tMAo the bai aS
whlch nol1ir 9, per ton In New '**I &
York cityr.. -*
The inuty beig anew one and a*Iti tia
the compibt havir thet prr $om-
faclities Ian. AtfhIg Nthe. mners l
they wrer--a-letblltheoMat

developed I dWbe of
wealth to the btate uwAhen one proper- .mpowwd to prpare a itst or iat t al
ly uandlfl UT 42.. u Ir
SA Wa- I .t < ,.

Governor BrowaM (n Fort Mo. Ce be or at *
Coy pe aOC B= sitS. very a ae merueh tas s-ane
that henw puS n 9 .ieatC SM YUatrbr



only sixh snmta eoMtrtpe espouw la aa
of the State wm a bty
other guboeretmdp ade H pI t ei 8

8tenograpnevtq flenthe report of S a
that speech In Jaekuoavllle to bear
governor =l saw68 I Saaps m





th him, t U o dea sr
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sorvace of the noop noatloss and -t&e wam of.ffl"P
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of his antagoehe rpworking ha4d toe





l and hi, to be omau hisa, ba-W tor pI
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