The Gainesville sun

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Title:
The Gainesville sun
Uniform Title:
Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title:
Twice-a-week sun
Sun
Physical Description:
Newspaper
Language:
English
Publisher:
H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication:
Gainesville Fla
Creation Date:
July 2, 1906
Publication Date:
Frequency:
semiweekly
regular

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Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates:
29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )

Notes

General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 22, no. 72 (Apr. 9, 1903).

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Source Institution:
University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
aleph - 002027045
oclc - 32993937
notis - AKL4635
lccn - sn 95026969
System ID:
UF00079930:00835

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Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
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VV. and, of aken* and J. 0,;
Ina of liami a6 t at t e Brown

$oldaw and4 ~Jthi of RAochell
Wett rltivels in this

ois em loyed in hi1
carpenter at Leino,
14day with his family in this





Stokee, aprogresie su
istng usin est:s in 'hi oty yes

SF Leb of the Armour car lines
Slast weetk in an extended visit to
r pointy ifn the interest of his

,. .. Chatmberfabt. of Ta o ma, one. of
A4aohua's oldest and' most'socceesful
p aOters, was a visitor: to the capital.
||' jeAterday.
I nM* andhMrs. e ase Thoman of Santa
Fe were among those who visited this
Oit% yesterday*' They came for the pur-
qs of consulting Dr. Alderman, the

F. F. Davies, a popular engineer in
the employ of the Florida East Coast
Rallway, with headquarters in St. Au.
Sustine, is visiting his father, 0. H.
avites, in .this city. .
Missf. Mabel Sanchez departed yes-
totrlay for Knoxville, Tenn., where
sae will spend a couple of months.
nHr numerous friend In this city wish
hter a pleasant sojourn.
Mfrs. B. T. Arnow, after a pleasant
ysit to relatives in Live Oak,, hast re.
g' thned toer he oe InOthis cty.- 8he
.as accompaniedd by her sister, .Mur.
syupnum, who will remain here with
iwelaftives for a few days.
Josepb Sy.ester, a progressive
young planter of the. Hague settle-
mea was in the city yesterday and re-
t.ewed his subscription to The Sun.
I Mr.'$ylvesterstawesthat while hunt,
S RIng hogs on Turkey Creek recently he
*0- killed three fine otters.,
kProf. 8. J. Ellis of Alachua was in
tip0W yesterday. Hlie 'has-been spend.
|iag t the past few days at that famous re-
6 Vrt, Worthington Springp, and declares
t:he ater is the finest In the world,
thte-are a great many people frqn all:
ieeoions at 'Worthington now.
Aiong. the 'prominent visitors to
this city yesterday were Dr. and Mrs.
8.: D. pSmoke of Fort : Ogden, who
| passed through en route to LaCrosse,
where they go to attend the family re-.
S tion otf their utch family. This es-
7thOhble *ouple were for many years
440e.nti of Alachua county, and have
many friends here who are always glad
to se them. Dr. Smoke now' hla at
'rt Ogden one of the finest orange
roes in that section, .from :which .he
,4xpe0t to raise. handsomely-' in a
VA $timexe,' "'

,3J. Feasterof Roheile was a visitor
o tie olty yesterday, ....
tAdge vW W It of Hague- paid-
.ile. s-short *businEs. visit .on"

.,, "^*l^ 1 Robinso% hrothr "o ,our
g"""J-tan, W ,. '..
uIL It to his brote andiiwii''ll


N)fe tAmily of
shiSitt soonit, igeir'





Poip #A, is on: a brief,
8hy .t.ea a Olmake her do
Utdea tw o f Washing.

'h' y. city pound has been

t d ore t 0ardy passes now
beU "hA everl hea4 are, impounded
~4 $h olty treasury greatlyenticlhed,
G .t..W. carti, on of the entr-

szsiag the viaitows to Gaizdeiville Ta sT
y. lis i at present engaged 'in a
age contrat 'for getting out hard
S h wllkeephi b o the

Work has b1n commented on the
ew building W. P e wh is
heUin erected on the 1 1 lot hi aDAst
O*inesv$wme. Wi en ; mpleted it will.
be twostory blddnag and i -p.
1I with|et he tirg nm p e' e 'of hand
preweelngs iot] .ii t t on
Mrst t lison, dohighly respecte4o
colored woman who aa reside4 in
NWrth Gainedtole for more than hoif
a ntury, died Mond'ay and was bur-
led yserspy afternoon, e The Toeral
was largely attended great many of
her whim friend ,being present,
The Atlarnti ioast Lin e e. rpoyes
were made hapliy Monday, vouhers for
,preceding month hang been e'eiveod.
There la paid heresmonthly by this great
system. thousand of dollar, w
istributed among the various bdsi-
ness men, hotels and boardingoues.
T. '. Carpenter uone of, the effi" t
engineers of the Ao. bL..'wa0 s meting
his many f friends e inGatnesevllr yes-
terday. For mantyea rs he was. a res-
dent of this, olty and is well kno wn
here. He is awteresent run iing on their
West Coasllt division of this'poplar

Prona Thiursda'sD Dly Ann:ii I l
eT. Conme, the lumber king of Ral.
eigh, was transasoting business in
Gainesville yesterday.
A. faurtdrel, the genial night oper-
ater for the A. Oe. L. at Rochelle, was
trading in the city yesterday.
Henry Dutton departed yesterday
for Frt, White, where be gbes oi busi-
ne ty. He will be absent for several






treasurt of hilery fcodn i knthe.

in ther city. The preens rem eing tefor


Me. Caline
here to re, le matter tion from the a
Gainesville dentists.
. T.J. ARiversoa, the sewali vitor n
treasn un oftLeoy yesterday' is





oe otf thie best he of that ofusi
Msectio ad e editor e caldrt prour e





40 give im ty "gliTe d w an hd e foro
Boiver Kla caids, one of the enter.-
.pri oing.ed og l ewberry ,






amo the Visitors to Gane a ville
terday. He report th gsquiet io the
ming e village and the merst hans. n-




mining village andtJie nmerohants en-


joying a good business for these days.
A. Hunsicker of RoekyPoiatt was in
Gainesville *Wednesday. -He says that
the truckers at that point have about
shipped all of their cantaloupes and
that only the egg plants remain to go
forward now, This season has been a
bad one throughout for the truckers
and they have not done as well as
heretofore, .
1.' 8. Harvard of Otter Creek was in
th cty yesterday. He has recently
purlehased the hotel at that point aid
will make of tt one of' the btes .mall
houses in the State, i.e. ai antii-

#t that P!^ HeN *Wa form^


bA dlns b erie cr E 5 tia de tti
dab nd aerth Short lTne R11airos4
^ -eir ^ ; Sh 2 d9 ;u
L toor, th ~;4'esive t pomrpent- company is to be the ami. of a a.l-.
le" oeitor was a vii' ter to he qAity e d for wich applica for charter
yesterdn has been mai e by D. G. Pure and
Mi lan ruet ed o o others .i and Do as. Cp
IT 5 01in th01 yusnuesaytp. nft two days fro a iNJURa u LIVI
to 34sonville* : las, a distance .of 155 miles,,ard frit
"Mr. 3. mlEVdlne s.ti children re i tt.te to ,R ot rie. The
tr yest ay fro a short isit to e rn5says. oters o a haT el o ci
he State mthoposlt. a number of thce townt to he lartalrded ap
righi .sp''rtnghasupoe tad ye'ter dy. Amoeng theneorpor. :
Mrs. I Shtaw and iisa, Rby ao. .^ r cL C. Baker, ta
aslkins, tw.of Alaelsa's prominent F. L. S W QEnce. Doughs
ldes4 wereshoppingIil the 6ity y. .- 8 Ls E sorra;. W. MfDonald,


P, M.' o ln,'.oethe 1ade & :M 1r i *he dea, are1
J'ackso ville. He was acomopanied by The r, tir of ZSl c.rmany is to be Q
Mrs. Padgett, i$10.0, to be '1nau;ed -eolt into coin- twe
muon and i&lf ia:o preferred stock.
Miss 1lla ,rule of Maeon, Ga..a- -___ ____ n "eegh
rived in the etty Tuesday night and TWO KIULED; shORE INJURED. the
will spend some time here with her was
sister, ltMrts. Hovey Bell. People Returning frl m Pu W ral Meet in te
s Sallie. MGrew, who has been Wit Acit' gao n

High Spring Wnea vist, has ryesterdayiCroad.ette1dayaite.DG ryen ai c
thecity, h to te deli of her two peros ere klet anA ai score si
fens G 'I more or less, seriously -
P.M. Colson, of the Wade & Mcaire The dead are: tia s
rmber Company, retired yesterday Anton oan founder of te Over Q
fp Savaeiah, where beo has been for rk, of San Franco L
t 0 past few days on business onnect- Se ly I- aure ered: twred
ed wihwis nfiires. whomae Donneau,. ex-county clerk o day
Pro1, U. J. .Kendall, prienlpal of the fMarlne county, en ge
Fort White school, was in the city yes- Jau es unatead sheriff of Marine deci
terday. He was eon route home froa county. nint
Jacksonville, where he has been for A of t victims were returning the
.te apaset uevertl daby. -ofr the funhe al of Warren Dutton, the,
rk iee yesteayprestdent of the State Dairymen's a tent
Deputy Oen teociatlon, and president of the Bag n suit
returned to the Stat Treasrer sthe 1t Marine county at Tomales. theh
sump of $2,029.70 the amount left over niurB.
from the expexnses ot the jary at the PANIC ON TROLLEY CAR. b Stre
special term..tfoi'cu nelourL, kan
A. Wles of Newberr a a i ue Ble Out, Frightening Passen
iter tthe city yesterd While here 'r s W n red
he showed n ifo apprelation ofl o have been severely hurt and a score
thing by having his tame 'enrolled on were cut nd bruised in a panic aboard succ
the subscriptloan istofThe Suei. f an A.msterdai Avenue trolley ear. dost
Prof. 3. G.1ellum leftyesterday ftor The fose in the controller box blew gamn
Chicago. While away he will enter out and Jets of blue fires frightened deal
the University of Chicago to take a those sitting near by almost out oh side
post gradu ate course, and expects to their wito A woman leaped off and the

C, J.t. Mixon, one of the valuable band Jumped with their ittle girl and
employee of the b stton Phosphate also was badly cut. The child wa.
Company of Dutton, is in the city uninjured. Another man broke onu Live
on a vikit to his family for a few days. of his legt. oy this tile tie excite Jacy
He expects to -return ti the mines by ment aboard the crowded car had be th
Saturday, 'come intense. Several women faint a
a Yesterday was a good day for Countdy pdld bteo dre o le' Isrersetd Vg al
Judge Mason in the marriage license th exits.
line. Three were issued by him, ,Ao..arn-'
to Richard Starling and Miss Katie SCUFFLE ENDS FATALLY. Hap


colored. Drowned. ings
Rev. L. D. Hayes of Micanopy made San Fancisco, June 23.-Weile the at
The Sun an agreeable call -yesterday. tag Priscilla, with a number of excur Mm .
Mr. Hayes is very popular with the alonists on board was entering he, in th
Phristian people of Alacbua county wharf here last night, J. D. P--lse r mon
and has labored zealously and success- bookkeeper for an electric company, Ata
-fully in the Master's vineyard- in this tMa 3i yeara. and 2- ane e at
section of Florida m bar tt:ndr, aged 24 years, began t Be
His Honor Judge Mason yesterday s In a friendly way and both tell d
issued A miarage license to B. V. Page iue preservers were thrown out te es
of Otter Greek and Miss Dora Fowler them but lstead of utilizing the To
of Lennon. Both parties are well boors the unfortunate men engaged ia othe
known and popular in their section, a desperate struggle with each other and,
and The Sun wishes them unbounded aond before assistance reached them "ma
success in their journey over the mat- Wyar Browned.
imonialsea. FATAL GAS EXPLOSION. En
GRAND VoItER THbEATENEd. for T controll r b b hr
RAp w ila ayl TR EAT ente Many Injured and Killed In Mine Aoed mali
Palace at Constantinople Narrowly Es dene sit t at Tamaquaos Mr1
p capes de, n Dynm1A..teet Tatarwi- P.. unle aped?'of an exIye
Paris. June n3.-A disfatch daf 9u ?f i tSws No *a- mine lasbuswe.


from Badapest today ay a rumor tt nst x meo ware so badly burned ane:
current that e.'paae of thre rand ta it ts thought six of them will die a oo
current o t al .oDalel L4Wis. a miner, succumbed,
vizter at Counstatirmnople narrowly es h l t w e nlsed e
caped btoelng blown up today by dyr to hisI s today Two English, comi
mite bombs. -speoking miners and three foreigner com
The correspondentt says it s certain m in a critical condition, and theh .lob
the granC' vizier ha received threat recovery Is doubtful. The exlololo. enco
ening letters, and that a number o ttIsa hbelteed, was due to a defective more
arrests have been made recently. afety lmnp. eter
dren
Ball Ordered 'Forfeite. Ze.it Polar Expedition. hild
trenton, N. J3... Jne th TronbJem, Norway, June 24.---Ihe~l
re n NState. district cour-t Alb t Zeigler polar expedition sailed today
Uiteit.ingat e dirtther*reeked A irst "the steam whaler America for Frania
National ban k gfca er t Wrecked r eflan4. where the America wIll Th
Ntlonal bank of Ape bury P ark, wa pse the winter and whence expedli- inte
clled umpn to plead to n .f lttmean tons will be sent out with log sleds. SufIU
Twining was not in.agrt:and Judgo Material fto the constructiont off win- ffta
Ktrkpatrick ordered forfete4 the b t. lrte ws taken on board d athe
fto the-l at.m n.O W 1whtch v if ^vseL .Al.members Of the exped-,
ia thi.ar o ,000 whih 'Tr ia tioa were in-.ood health md bef0h Ooaminlioner f. l ob hit Tennesse Bankers to Meet, T
eBra o tj co .t t ...... Chatanoge, 'Tenn, June 23.-'hi be h
Board oa Trade Wanted. thrteeath mtal convention Of th ladie
leases tankers' ai"ocat-on visMo
Several of thr promite.t cit ie of c aee at th I on Loakoku .t .
the city have been discusing theid- tae todta. A tar nonoer of o ts Pa


the propotio propose to tart
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abn s Who Wets Down s
Close Sut Exting $co
ys Are 'uccSfSfui.

uitman. 8,rGaihea.1vii L'.'
ve Oak V 5, rtipa 4I
ildosta Jacksonvihlle '
uitman, June 24.-The game be-
e the Pets anda Quitman .was al
t until the seventh inning, whIa'.n
Pets weptt"to pieces. The s .ore
8 to 1, Qditman making seven r*t*M
he eighth and ninth innings.- 'W.i",
oe was attended .by.:- aboUo 'etgh'li
dred peple and ,was, o4ne of6theIi0i$i0i
Wtiest up to the seventh Inninn:g ever
- on a Quitaman diamond. .
,e score ds t fa'lows: r:'. -': :.
nesville..... ':0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0-1
tman... .... 0 0 0 0 0 1 4 ,-8:
Live Oak &,.ITamrTpa ,4,
've Oak', %une '.- -The game be'
en the .iwyet, and' the O'rabi to-.
was o0e of0 he prettiest. eyeu
here, itrequiring' ten innings tp.t!
de the 'inner, At the end `6f 0 the.
h inking it was nobody's game'
score being fout totfor, but int t le
h Live 0ak managed to score, rP-
ing in *victory of five to four for
Sawyers.
batteries + Live Oak, Chappl*4
ety a4B4 1arkhamm; Tampa, JR[ick.
and Leighton,'
Valdosta 3, Jacksonville 6..
ildosta, $une 24.--By hard playing
clever Work the Jacksonville Jays'
eed~d today in winning over .Val-
a by a score of five to three. The
e was Well attended, and, a great
of interest was manifested in both
s. The boys all played well, and
game was errorless throughout,, all
es being-made by .honest hits.
'.Standing of the Teams.'
Played Won Lost Per Oent
Oak ....... 8 2 1 .667
fspaville.. .3 2 1 .667
t an:.. ...3 2 1 .667
eeville .. .3 1 2 .38
pa... ....3 1 2 .383
'0ta ......3 1 2 .338
LYNN-LIVINGSTON.
py Union of Two Young People
at Fernandina Tuesday.
forge Lynn and Miss Florence. Liv-
ton of Fernandina were married
the home of the bride Tuesday.
Lynn is well and favorably known
his city; where for the past three
ths he has been representing the
nta Correspondence School. He
his wife arrived in the city yester-
and will make their home here.
Y, will occupy the Ellis cottage,
i Liberty street.
3the happy couple The Sun, with
r friends, extends congratulations,
in the words of Rip Van Winkle,
y they live long and prosper."
In Memoriam.
itered into rest eternal on Novem-
20th, 1900, at Garr's Mill, La., of
trial fever, Ruth, only daughter of
and Mrs. N. .. Wright, aged 7
a. This little girl possessed a
't disposition, and had from in-
y enjoyed the influence of a pious
her, who had taught her of the
cemer, which had enabled her to
e unto Him, and found Him pre-
s in a dying hour. May this fact
urage parents and teachers to be
e diligent in sowing the seeds of
nal lifein the hearts of "the chil-
intrusted to them. "Suffer little
Lren to come unto me."
__________L. M.C.0
For Bernefit of Baseball
e yOung ladies of the city Who are
ested'i -.baeballh have become
iently miltmseed to get up a bene-
le, and twill serve cream tonight


lasof, from 8 to i11 olock, and at
ontinental restaurant- tomorrow
sing from 9 lto 11 oock..
e cause is a good one, and it is to
hoped that the efforts of the oun
s will receive hearty support.
Seaon A' out Over.
rties from Mianopy, Rohelle and
As sooithr say 4hsat Rhe .ateslon

00 and that he pot eek will -a


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Sfrun UARflINCVILLI

Cooepeiage Company Desires
Io locat^efHere at Once

'0T,'OENTRAL LOCATION

i- Concern Will Employ About
Men and Prove a Big Th ng for
Merchants of Gainesviile if Loca-
tOCan be Secured.
neeville is to have another mnanu-
vig enterprise that will give em-
ai6t to about 150 men the year
Vnion Cooperage Company now.
jPli representative here looking
.fie6ld,and if he can secure the
oMi tion near the railroads, the
py will at once put in the plant,
plwntill consist of the latest
^ lp 4 t achinery for the manu-
Sof allkinds of staves and head-
,q biarels, and this being a cen-.
atisbon t an be shipped from here
yoij ih ver the State.
Comlig to this point the company
be in the heart of the turpentine
8iif industry and will be able to
t hese people with their pro-
'it a great saving over the pres-

IN THE MAYOR'S COURT.
cob Jefferson Was Cruel to a Woman
." and Paid the Penalty.
iOiause Jacob Jefferson, a tall,
y, snuff-colored denizen of the
liao shades of that portion of the
I oty known as Frog Alley, became
Ve~id at his sweetheart, Susie Bellamy,
ifid wiped her on the jaw," hle was
0611-d up in the municipal temple of
justice Monday morning upon a charge
SUisorderly conduct.
'Jefferson," remarked His Honor
ay or Thomas, "you ire charged with
tmi ting an awful olTense-that of
tally slapping a help less woman.
Are you guilty or not guilty?"
1 tel yer how dat wus, Mistall
Mare-,' replied Jefferson, who seemed
greatly humiliated at the surrounding
conditions and the charge. "Dat 'oman
is er:rosin-headed gal. [ dun bring
her wetermilion to do house from
which I an' she were to 'joy ourselves,
In bless goodness when I curn back
rtomrn down' town as hungry as er wolf
at gal dun cut de melon an' gib hal it
er annuder black rascal whut's always
yin aroun'dat place. I tells yer-"
"'But that is not the question," in-
errupted the mayor. "I don't care to
;earabout the waterinelon, ti h ba);wk
ascal or any other of your duoilt.: i,'
roubles. Did you strike the wmonia?"
"He sho' did, an' he dun lhit nie so
ard it made me blind," chained in
Susie, who had been listening the
hile, with the most rapt attention.
"I shoe' Struck 'er, Mistnh Mare, but
at aint de fus' time I eber struck 'er
an' she knows it. It didn't hurt her
neither," remarked the defendaiit.
"Well,Jefferson, you may separate
yourself from a 'V' and pay the costs,
or go to jail for ten days."
And he paid she $5, while the band
layed "Oh, What a Shame."
FAIRBANKS TO CELEBRATE.
Will Have a Big Time on Fourth of
July, and Everybody is Invited.
Fairbanks, *June 21.-Editor Sun:
lease allow us. space in your paper to
hyite all who would like to take part
In pleasure on the Fourth of July .to a
)icnic at Fairbanks,. in front of Mr.
Frank Smith'a.*in that beautiful oak
rove'. We. hope to have some good
peaking and we aro going to fix a
tand and look for letters from differ-
lit ones saying, "I1 will try and bie


ith you and tell the children why it
s that we celebrate that great day.
here will be amusements to suit all
ho come. 'te cream and lemonade
for refreshment and dinner at 12
'clock. Don't forget to bring your
>akets. FAIRBANicS FAR IKIL,
Here to Inspect Land Office.
Governor AndrewJI. Burke, inspec-
or of .the nied States land and
f the surveyor general's offices, at-
ived in the city last eightt for the pur-
ose of inspecting the land office at
his point. .
Govertoir Burke ha had a very ro-
antl if i l s ,iMlarhistory rods
Ike fictionn. Frotn an orphan waif
eminga weiwrpqr. I' .w 'York City
e 'beeax a PrWsidnt* of a b'nk. and
really govent flt oth Dakota. Hit
mc.teee. | 1 .O rilliant and
as att r ed .ietsetion through-
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FIGHT ON FOR LOCAL TAXEI.
Great Educational Campaign B6ing
Waged In North Carolina.
Raleigh. N. C., June 22.-Last year.
a grc.at rapipaigfn in the Interest of
local .nit in lth way of taxation for
public s.n hie'o!, pa-rticularly In the
smai!.'r tuv. n and in country districts,
wa.; con duct ed.
Fr iay arranagigments were complete.
od tfor an even greater campaign along
thi: line, )o':inning July 1. Thero
Nair, over 50 sfpeakers on the list, who'
will (idvote .a month, or two months to.
this nr.ct lniportar.t work, among these
h, in ex-Gtovernor Jarvis, Governor Ay-
cocItk, Auditor Dixon, Presldent Melvor,
of the S ,ate Normal nd Industrl.. col.
le -g for WVomen; President 1jenTy
I/sui:SflniLh, of Davitsog college: Cm-
gi,-4'f, N. I'- e,. Cyrus II. Watson. Chaxles
If, Melbunn, Professort Carlyle and
yl,.oes, oi Wake Forest college; ,PTro.
lf'a(irs iMirn:,; And Durham, of Trinity
;;,as, ~cA'..iert D. Douglast a I Z. WV
SWaisser, Alfred M. Scales a"d others,.
.ineo m last year's campaign 160 di1s
trliefs have voted local tax for schools.
briiniiig the number up to 139, and
this matter Ia being agitated In ., '
other districts.
HAVE NO HELP TO RUM FARMS.
Dearth of Labor In .Counties of West
Virginia.
Huntington, W. Va., J ne 22.-Th. .
announcement la made 'by .farmers of
southwest West Virginia that fully half
of the land In Wayre, C0bot, IAncoln,
Logan and Maso onftie le.rill lie Idle
this year because it Is 'liipoible to
securo men to work the firms.
Thcrc is a large atutiW.t of railroad
bx.ld.iag 14 this section. of the state
and the demand 'for labort In the t n*
.voe snd mining reTiona bhia dlraw
largely from farmers' beil
lia mwny instaneee tih owner of
fatrla have sone to w r.k0 on tl pub*l
1e works at go6d wa.. tarm pr-.
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ABSTRACT & RILrTY COAMPAN
Il roox'--j;o rtjt ,}
L E.RE. VOYLE ,MiGR
Abstraets of Titlt and full tifornmationt folrnished regardltg lands in t.
county. Our manager has livud fin this county itty ti art y and -
Sis thoroughly conversant with land titles."



.FIRE, ACCIDENT, BUROtARY AND INID)MNITY iNSURA NOC. Reopr
saenting a number of prominent Amerftan and Engtish companies
REAL EM'rATE AND ITY LOANS;
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SiIN KNG tOWN TO SRA .LIVgL.
Bo0ton and Sur'ounding Territory Said
To Be Getting Lower
oat6n. J.une 22,.-Accordian to a
lormerr memobe-r of th. M)tropputan
water board, Boston sad theo urrout ld-
g terirtoryi are slowly sinking dow. t
to those ea leveL .
The statement Is made la a report
on the Charles' river dm. T 'rho ub.
aidenct e i estimated to be af te. rle.
of about 1 foot in 100 yeare The pe-
eat plane a d as a buaeW w to Utl a-
totns r ha unk to 7" Teot be
ar., moan low to" r,:ad t la iifr
all strNe caleasatiops fyor thq t
Various lan arti e along t.abh
slts bay have oank fro t, i lest
9i 90 yeiar .. .. : .
T't le Strike I at"g gag .'.
t.oweli, Mas., JmaiT gr* at
tetxl strke which b ab
the end. The lera4 of th retik
tKOxtille works. adm at gW0
alsatos a psoposS tot a
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tlomeut he been l&ng
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4' ___ THE GAINETSILIV

A FLS BEING GEORGIA &OLON. GATHER.. SER.VIAN M S. Y
Session of Fifty Daya Expected-l-L6.4i; All
OF ERE FO SALE : Meets Wednesday, IIflW t
B E FO S E Atlanta.,Juna 23.-Wednesday morn .
Able State of Affairs In wi o n for itssoad
0f; China's Provinces. seon. The advance guars p
AuPT DethereIiminary wor to b
lsK ,one, for the legislature will teke u01.p",
l in Kwang Si Is SaId To Be the close of the session last f4)al 0una th nt) @1 Deth
rwl ng Worse Daily-Starving Pop. The clerical forces of both bodies
M tion lg Now Estimated at Three will bein their work right at the start. o. Ale*xner and rgae
dr Thousand. n. John T Boifeullet, clerk of the G ...Un. ..
Toad.house, will be here today or tomorrow.
e0kinja, June 3, Victoria, B. C., The engrossing and enrol(ing of bill* B1otgrad0, J;ne "A*he t4 ot
l!28.--Iaho in Kwang il probably begin within two or thre the ministr e is Ihe~tn fly m
^o'win11 wo s,,greos, the starvy days after the session starts. unenVil conqieg
~p elation teiestimated at 200,- There is practically no doubt that a di an=.,aal: 1ita4ea.tw for ti .
^dat4ohs daily from starvation. the session will last 50 days, the full punishment of th~e a'ss- "Of KhJti
T' :British authorities in Hong constitutional limit. -There was some Alexander and QuUei Drg. T,
F 6| raided by publice subscription, talk early in the year about a short terti of th tRusAln ioto 1h00a6O*U
i e|:b-?e.,n sending aid for two months. seBssion, and it is lloly Senator Skel- as panic amon the Aistera, who r
Japanese report says cannibalism ton and others may make the issue;- anxiously awaitSng th* arrtva of Kn
Spracticed and human fl i but members of the legislature say Peter to. extrioatw Item from theit
Ulit Cl.n offered or huma n he. that both bodies are overwhelmingly dilemma. .Te wa& minister te
against curtailing the session and as, paramount power in the minatery, as
!^MAY LEAD TO INVESTIGATION. Bert that there is no likelihood of its he is backed by the entire ,rmy 40 d
being doue. h e threatens severe r ,ntmet in the
harges that Officers Looted Publi Vhile it is true that the legislature asebany hint b a member the
Buledinst at Mafr Lt Is thoroughly organized and can b, oabilnet of the 0 punibmnt in
a' n Buildinges at Mchan gtia. gin pas.i,ng bills on the first day of the thCe case .of t" cn.pirator.,
.^1.anla, June 23.-Tho charges that session, there are many matters which .*The promotzIoins of officers sent from
Aime~Ilcan officers looted public build- memhers say will require lengthy dis- .Geneva are YV.Aoull ex5plainved aeith-
e;ogu in Manila after the surrender of cusslon and careful consideration, and ,r intended as ana open deflance2 o
the city in 1898 have been revived, they do not think on this account that as being the result f alarm eausaed by
atd mlay possibly lead to a formal in- s, short session would be pract.cable,- the attitude ef the army.
'tigiation. The question of the disposition of the f oh f forelgn rep6asenta.tivei who hlve
recentlyl y the authorities endeavored state's convicts. is, perhaps, the only not been: lnstruoted are askiing thei(
toL 14.ocaee certain pictures and art ob- pressing question to come before the respective government what attitude
.jets belonging to the municipal muse- present session, the general ap proprl- they shall -A~umrnat. the reception ofv
-r and the inquiry showed they had ations and general tax acts .having King Peter, The Russia miiUtetr ih
been given to a Filipino to take care of been disposed of, but there are many In a quandary He, ihad resumed Tr
afor the surrender. other matters which the legislators lations with th, provislon&l govern,
"The Filipinos offer to prove that will deal with, some of which may re. ment when the o0az telegraphed iio
uote oflfcers received the-pictures, and suit in new and important laws. reognition of Ktin Peter, but thm'fn.
it claimed a former staff ofticer ab- Ister takes the s rsequent pubficattoh i
stricted a silver services from t.hR Ma- SENT BULLET IN HIS BRAIN. of Russia's derna4 tor punishment s a
laanan palace. The government may .t. indtication that RUasia willprobatbly
ask the war department to investi- Dr. S. A. Taylor Commltsa ulclde Near order the suspension of relations," tbI
gate the matter. East Point. the government until the inmrde0er
governor r Taft has returned here Atlanta, June 23.-By placing the are punished. Meanwhile the prep0
from Bengust. His health is comr- muzzle of a winchester rifle to his head aratleris for the reception of -King
pletely restored. ,A,pd pushing the trigger with a forked Peter conttinle. A public ,holiday has
stick, Dr. S. A. Taylor committed sui- betn proclaimed. Prov.lal 0deputat
CHAMPION BEEF EATER. cide at his home, near last Point some tions are coming to Belgrade, tree wine
time Saturday night. His dead body and beer is to be provided by the gov
Efforts to Beat Van Wyck's Record was discovered Sunday afternoon by eminent and the town is to be giveA
Have Failed. his daughter, Miss Moaggle Taylor. Up to rejolcfg.-
New York, June 23.-Form-eor Mayor i)r. Taylor ihad been living alone-for -.-. .._
Van. Wyck retains the title of the some time and had been in bad health. TRYING TO AGREE ON,- CAL.,.
championbeef eater of Greater Now i Sunday *afternoon his daughter called
York, Efforts to beat his reported at the house and the body was discov* Alabama Coal Minero and Operators in
record of two years ago of 8 3-1 pounds ered. Near by was the rifle with Conference.
at one sitting failed at a contest just which the doctor had ended his life. Birmingham, Alal, June 23.--4A joinl
held In Williamsburg. As the house is far removed from oonferenco of the Alabama coal miners
The contestants were Michael Schu- tho public road and the nearest neigh. a 0i mine operators met today for th4
pauf amd F. Q. Schman. fullyy 500 bors live some distance off, the shot purpose of trying to agree on a wage
Brooklynites watched the contest. The was not heard, and it Is not known ex- scale to take effect July 1, The min4n
time limit waA 1 hour and 40 minutes. actly at what time the act was comr era presented their scale which cll4
Schupauf took the lead at the second mitted. for an increase of 7 1-2 cents per ton
ste&k, holding It until the finish, when Dr. Taylor had evidently made care- in the maxinlum wages paid under the
it was ,announced that he had eaten, ful preparations to kill himSelf. He present sliding .cale, the maximum o1
in addition to 100 clams and crack- loadlod- a winchester, 1ald down upon which is now 6S cents per ton based
ers, 6 3-4 pounds of steak, 50 oysters, the floor and placed the muzzle close on the selling price of pig iron, and
two loaves of bread, a -bunch of aspara- to his forehead. He had procured 7 1-2 cents per ton In the minlnmumn
gus and ten crabs. a long stick with a' fork at one end Increase 'the minimum to 42 1.4 to
and the fork was placed so the trigger 2 1-2 cents.
Death of Girl Puzzles Police. could rest against it and not slip. The The miners also deinand soemi-.nith,
New York, June 23.--4etectives are bullet entered the nlddle4 of hi. fore- ly pay days and 8-hour days. 'The
investigating the death of Gretchen head and death must have been instan- scale of the operators dtslisfor a r@
Otten, a waitress, which was at first taneous. nowal of the old contract, except that
supposed to have been a case of sul- Dr. Taylor had lived near East Point the milntaum of( the slidang scale shalf
cide by arbolic acid. Examination, for 35 years and was well kndWn be 57 1-2 cents per ten llstead of |.
however, showed that the girl had not throughout Fulton ountq. At one cents. The Operators aiso *lkr fol
drunk the acid, but that the fluid had time he had a lucrative practice. A : the adoption otf certi-n Olot reguila
destroyed her eyes and scarred her fow years ago his health began to fall ing the operation of the minwe U
face, and that she had been severely and recently he was moody and reserve as are now ii fr .e 1 Ii fliunola T i
choked. A young man who is said to ed, and rarely ever left his home. two scales were under diOioislon 'when
have been the father of a child, which Hie leaves a wife and six children, the convention .tadjO'nee ntil thi4
the girl gave Mbirth to a year ago, is -- afternoon. The conventin la be a~g
being sought for in the hope that he Surrenders to Boston Police. presided over by ~Dwtard Plyn, pros
may throw some light upon the affair. -Iloston, June t3.-V Wthout friend ident of the United Mine Wtk~st, a.
and hungry, with no place to sleep, ja largely attended. ,-.
Californiam Left Peculiar Will wet and footsore. Dr,. Walter H. Price, M :IN. *
New York. Ame Z.--A Newoark, N. once a prosperous physician and. BUT-. -OUTHERN OY8 AMONG IRS1T


J. M lan is Seeldng residents of New goon of this city, nas surrendered to-
Jersey,whO, he ays, are heirs under th pl. He explained that a w r- Thof h F Th a.tio" Wh
a pecullhr will made by James Rus, rant ha been issued a lnst himf Gradu,,ted atYl,
sell, who died in clifornia about four rmore than a year ago on a, charge of ?ew .Hvon. Jun e S 4mamene,
Onh ,o, leavingg a large estte, performing a criminal operation. He ment we ekMstb0i tyalend s
Seest of one or to tou- w tired of dodging the police, he the great tlversit ill *
ixd Is stated that Russe lel t $4 00 ,000 to then given a trial. Dr. Price was claasO, o the xri aIo
h 0i sonOvidedh shall rmarry a New tken to wai. unlerity are thelai .... ..1..
Jersey rgirl eoys None of-teeo alleged heirs, b Staouth Q Utn 4At
nor the led bride has been found Measures to Prevent Disorder. who have by "had w'rlk l4 steiady a
oet bi has bn Nw York, June 23.-The govern, plication won the '4 e Wkto, h 0 oo
-, ment ts taking active measures to pre. wIll be conflerred upon the:
Change Of Veflue Asked ~ent any disorder in connection with lorida-Iulveittyu, Wliaim Alex
Oolumbla, S. C., June 23.-'Today will the opening of congress ays a Hoer. r lont,, -.,,, o m
begin the te of J. Tlman, ald dispatch from LIma, Peru.- .A lart ^dg, syill ,,
charge ith te of N. G, proctnrramt0o has been issued by Prox. Georga-Vutnrsety, A*(e!L, J'
Gonzalea. T lh ttornys will ident Caldamo. Apparently the gov son Waring, ..eavMii taw
apply for achaU-of enue on the m'ent has sufficient force to maintain J Ro Harris tl w irh^ .
grounds thata, fairtril enot be oh. order. The government has decided South arott l
take h-.. Hundreds of affidavits to Vecure on a three years' contract a H5ery tuhi m p.eam t
will b MesoteM4 by bth sides. II geologist from the Vsited States Ot Alabam#-Ilwr scho*, (e: t
the ed the t Iot- Erope to study the foasil formatiOns Ilamson Craword,. sre l a t
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L XXII, NO. ," ( "AINESVILLE, FLOIDA, THUIJ DAY, JUN3 25, 19Q8 A

attack waS r to be made on the prison :iihnetr sn. uld btrne. dI :g
P LAWAE W EG' 10 o.look last night and the men-death, "'Thhis, co0tag y ws ,aovSeS :* ;1
wso were to participate In it were to come by an or-~e t- t~tauIsh :".14* .rote. onse' OppeaItdo *o .atfoS.AlaA.. fti"
meat Price's corner half as bohr terns or teep themI cocee In th tton W Nwl ile4)Nn. Ala:da||
B R before that time. The report gao0od dar3iess thre was a u sed q84-^-?^ b ____i .J_ __ a rce :'
fllng Story of Cremation in the plot were of the opinlon t a ot to t ,e i& -e o. executt~n Wiute t .. i oi tof he Gabt, rt ,ecrocityt. gq...
Of Georgre White. the plat would not be oarrie~ out. Aa gd to 4e1 t.. w.s .i y ,w wqr" treato to~ thceurl nbeus lreome 8inm'"n I
,D TOHEOUSCME. tt ho e ome was e to him h. he C "& ~lt h. A* Mt h boe pR HNR MMAND" "
_$__D TO HEINOUS CRIME. early in the evening, but the m.aiorrti .houid ibe all'e4 to makGe st to:" tg aIopedj 4"t s ae cubd f .a"'g.e ....
ot these were there out of curioeit, W hen he found that his e tow : h" l te w aoult o iee itl es pe londi At erlf G"rAnd Fu s h4Vd of td/
S,"tambbed Her With with Knife prison many joined the attacking pa .ommited the deed an. i not spare wi th She Untitd .spotated : u ., e t,
til "ead--Infuriated Mob Gather. ty. The police department was ad. himself In the tll.lag of it- Platt i.dm.n.t to 02? out 1 the and ... .-
and Dealt Summary V n ance rised during the day of the coutei kplat Ne, ro Prtayed Ferv etly. < ', ltter p^ndldz t e- es tetis f aet'~ha.ti ta l *':.:"
eacd,. .-Delt Summary Vengeance. ed attack ignd 30apo o*?in 1et o .teBse4 *ISti}mVA8 ,ti se .a'torsr.ym& k, the tddit1^.t
ilmtinton, Del., June 24.-A l is of Chief Black and Captainsl va.rnsa ng h
iz this community today follow- Kane, went. to t.e workouse. Thl 1h utrag a h ed mmtte He rom treaty ...is .counterls tbt at W nogtlt uad, raca Qotor l
the horrible lynching of George was at 8 o'clock last night. There te foutrae l a to o Idto 4. rie e heP" tratn ie.xencounterl tt n, sht.hg ,rat iu9, "tllanpt. 1e !ach C house *P0
tt. Helen Blishop's confessed slay, were several thousand persons at the anda edt od to mseh tl# ofi, t 9 foer' trettites ro inttt the t tie h ed bt u.
t an early hour Ulis morning. lson at the time, and the ofeer a a po .tle4 aNl toe minuteses m h tall of the rO.eirrettiensC.re go o er; te t^.l Pn '3 f. A..
the mob of nearly 5,000 that over- were powerless ast ch l oi le pe teso of the :.tn **.1i*# ^X Ig0 4 OA N
ed te authorities stored he umbers so they e red t he buili d o et w
castle county workhouse and drag- ct the p ards in ert stpo 2 l l a td tnfe r. thth ee. r o a s, th s aig n s to W th Utti A e MaA.I:'tletoi% ipU ^ a 4
1bom &a cell the tremblng wretch the assault of the crowd several shotI tour men began ~Splitg railse Witt ed to take place toya Dovtd; that 'b played A
bwuredo him at the stake, the -- .. whioh Uto burn the wr.i~.oh. It WO:l the :nte4 S ttes shall adv4es t .t of th to gathe d
(ttity of only one is publicly known. 'M W s0 long to* get the'httet ady trhat the moneys eat"e"a.y for the tit. .it the per. U.. n
t gereon is little Peter Smith, 12 Mob Was DO termlned. .. crowd lpatiOentlyn cr1 to the -eaderd by. Ouba of suoh privIate lands as are and gave dbtached obicpta Re
io old, who fell when the work- 'Wh shooting, did not have va .to proceed Wlth the exltion,.:;. Te necessary for pitheprros*" O the sta* tk a ron
i" guarda fired a volley into the tect on the crowd other than to frght-1 mob numbered from I,000 to 6,000 per. i*ons, the same, to be eduotel froiiJ Prince HiC uy anIm b 'i argting o*
as. of the attacking mob. The en a few of the lawns surrounding ons, who surged bao. and fort the $10,000, annual ental to ce d the 4 the port Wet..
i, was struck by a bullet which en- the workhouse, but they returned with crowd[^ing npd pxig :to gain or' hold b -. :: '";i ""''h...e l*''4 q r-. the mo*1nin .. to'^,
4d4 his back and is thought to have reinforcements and surrounded those t gobd poultion from whilh to see the meet t,- : Mn jrt ^
operated his kidneys. At the Ho- who wero, striving to get to the tle burnin|. THE .IH' PPNER$ ,iASTR* They ,t the t ter I Oulatea.. as
eopathic hospital, where the boy was gro's cell. On arriving at the work- Bound to the Stake. the aQ" 4 Was.... Wa-.#it ftrst Rhat@;. "
lenj the physician stated at 9 o'clock hotse the mob lost no time In prelim- When everything seemed about On. Hundred ,ndt Seventy .S""n Be.d.* o t the ort o "t'.'edr*'dhsort.'
is morning that he is in a serious inary preparation. The crowd advanced ready a man, whose home is said to ls 8e Fa1 r.R overe A T gshp r swng 4t
udltion. lnto the front vestibule of the recep e in Kentucky, rode on"a horse to Hleppner, O e. $iJre '34,-The clear" her mooting nest to th4 Hohe 'ns t
After the mob had completed its tion hall and demanded admittance to o K yfarm house an- .a short ef n, away of the .der i* .e4 b..... by the Ban Oiiat
Awful .work of vengeance, the body of the jail Their demand was re~ftsed time reappeared w.th tw .undles .o g iood lo prodressBng rapdldy. T r O' ndw00i4 8 ,
e negro ravisher and, murderer was by the guards and they were deluged rtraw. lied itrtww uniesoedi around au l of rlransdedwiork apil, T h t e1a t e t' h .i
t chained to the stake with the by a stream of water from the fir te stake t awhtte wailed aroundght s lner rla evidwok *R all osfel, A taeig 4:i'est4 g te ls s'g,
r .burnhsg around it and the mem- fgigtn'g equipment of the 10 itnution, | .bareh.aed lnto the .s circle. : Htrenerve sloon. all wreckage will have b Md r h oi n th. Ametp st
T. o. the lynching party went home. Thls did not lessen the eagerness of th. beemed -Od and t he irlde.i hed uerP monlwed c "w a.t.. CTKs ha we ,'4io
A' rain, which begun later, extin- besiegers, who Immediately began wh~sehe addreoo anthe old. Aa trong .Th :oed tary on ao1hot h e tpia dltey ;it e Ier
wished the fire and at daylight the assault upon the iron doors. ~Cle rope h as then b rouglit. Ad the nro At anrie'tr .are far better t h" t oB Whbo th i attyRa*4 ter barred body still hung limp in plain of Pole Black shouted to the cro was wrapped In Ito cott .om should. hoapede for, but every e ttoni'. bee ta t t s hel. id
ht of..passersby. "e- -r .a.nb ttomes into ers to fet, ,.. His lilps svr~g mnovn, ling .taken to guard agat-san e te v ity. $ rAd ,ta Qotd, 4Md
eor:Pub *Approve8 Lynching. .orlS a frot, th suthI while this was going n, an see med' de3e ,. r. emDr. ". .S.i^ wh1 ^? ^ pt :
Public sentiment here, so far as ex- grasped on of the heavy sledge ham. to be trying to finish bla statement, the state board. oh hf. eate ordeed .l 4cer7 tth ad .a ^ll tb* Ied
eSsed, appears to approve the lynch. mers and as he attacked the steel the crowd tas i a ry to lget koutl from, the hills thto be-8roa Uo Aher"ian co di.and r ied( ,lied on'
gof White and it is not believed grating cried: through with it work and led out the trets and that work now be the eit German ad rala
ere will be any arrests. "Then you had better kill me for the for the executloners to hasten. After ing acrtplihed. Four bodLi were r ni the irett i
White's confession, made just before first one. the ropy had 'een ajUuted the negro recovered yesterday, They were thoSe Oe s...tWOghold of Gerontt ea pOWW,,
torch was applied to the pile of In addition to Peter Smith, a youth, tras fastened to -the take and the of Oharles M. Peterson, a traveilni *nd at(rw'rds receit their return
soaked bushes around him, was an name not known, was wounded during torch was applied to the' straw. 'man from Clogo; Iva Ashbaugh, Mrs call* .
imisslon of everything and more than the shooting. Pushed Into Bed of Fire. Prank Harriman, and an tnlditflMed 'Most-t the afteW aruoo was pent "
ad been charged against him. Hlie is While about 300 mten and boys were The flames leaped up and Itoked the One hundred and sventy.seven bo'edi. .a a" roo_ vn .. ...4?
ated to have said: torming the front of the jail seral ian's bare tds. Hws hd th have trecoverT an11 per WEN IN AR I LI ,*
" was sent by Mr. oWoodward to, thousan1 of sympathizers were lined byon f t lynchers uti's cloth. o are missing Te relief fund i ..... ..
Sre WoodwarEsd ughr nd rt p outse, bt n a t uhes e he pushed has reached $26,000, Will Hde A y U A
ame ic ter and I did not disturb her. The leaders told Chief Black and bl, but h made no outcrye Bidden ....... ,A .
en I saw the Bishop girl ant] I fol Warden Meseve that they Intended to I th rtn 61a ha es art d 4 -- 1,* ... en left deY:40 fr: II^'llif|',,18
ved hrr. I seized her and asked her gret the negro If they had to break e spran .ro thi le p arted charge. of VlaWn Ar ,ool. Law which place he wiilit ~:I4 way ti
she had any money she would give every steel door in the pla rid br a th k %e ad te Not .ustained, the trial. of JetL a4 iWhit.< t at^^ t
e to let her go. She gave me 6o argued that It was a useless expense w a lee of fen raoll andd red
Mits. Then I again seized her and to the county 'to have unnecessary dam- kO mede hm down Wia hands Berry who was arrested some t(Ie jR nreatatltt couIty, fla 2 Q:'O. h it
ro cried: age done to property. The officials r .itim a tin te faml an 1t th o o thtte h f o.,n 3a 3 i
"Please don't hurt me!" saw the strength of the argument and roiled oul several times, bt s V ttutwas re- vilnolati the eutpol statute, ha. state Insapectoz Hines, who : dis4 4
"I choked her and accomplished my informed the leaders that White wa trned. While this wa gotn g o n f.th po t Xte w att. li m .weiths Jut
rose. "Then I asked her If she was in cell No 1c on the front row, third shouts, cheer at b w up from the pole -0ut. l f-to tell t on me. She said she story, th t c heerowd. Th'tiamony sdwlce.d n...the trritnal ty ywr4,.nl4t 0frioi
a...... I gave her a hack in the throat Door of Cell Opened, Relio Hunters Get 'tetanlt. of Ctharles lerry did not cottect t.b # Governor *rBeCtam .a.id that tl ;..
th my knilte and asked again if sh' This Va enough., and the door to Whea the ne.rO d ceased to aL o Old Dominto Telegraph ~oipan y, aW.sasslinaloto.s 1+06 lteathltt o.".ty:."
a going to inform on me. She sail this row of cells was at once attacked, isa of life te tiody was laced oin h*.pu p t i f rlleedin racesblt ud Ao t would ao onf ndet. d *i
xe was, amnd then I cut her throat While the door was being ut another it back and fuel w piled ujon it the cingPuo e of racing eVen s ii Aan. adt'oer.Wrin ,4devtetsd Ay.beat ,
i fe again and left her. After that party with sledges and .hisels attack- and a roring flre was sooIn coa uemttbg the o all i rd shment, t' Ter W-la' 4"4 D OtU. ie .:, t
went back to Mr. Woodward and ed the large steel' box contaning the I.. It was about ofclock Whoe the b l'.i1td mtliio Telegraph cmp:td I~'ottn in tW4s not to t4
Sh there was no water to lever that opened and closed the crowd t I a .. ..


ink down there, and he sent mO cell doors. It was 12:22 o'clock *hen At noon today deputy Coroner I ple that it is a corPotli* fro resta ts.
iewhere else. I went back once the yelling and cursing mob rushed mner weUt to te sen1e of the lynching elrting u4era 1c0rter a d indepen* ,.. Kidi..0I,. r ...
t spon left. Then I went back to into th. corridor past the cell d6ors for the purple of ecnirithlg the re- a4oWIg Chr.. WitIh K ilng.- .s
e house tnd put on a white hat In- of tho frightened prisoners to the cell i mastt o the negro it order .to !Ao .here wGnst Infflo evidence .u MauonWic, ,elon nJun, hts ..;
end of the cap that I wore. You occupied by White. In smashing the through the legafotr0 of oIditg.ate twh thl erevtt law, i w e *a on4 $ hel. fcW t<, hi. btw I4.:
uld. not do this if I was a white lever box the mechanism. was dam- quest, bi"t according to the story of dr the p1t* e ay ithwe edr0te4 he on a gher that 1a4
an And did that."' aged and the door to White's cell thope who. leftUthe plaCe -O h6e4 pro oon'teloegs f 1 h e .-ha Old o- t e, thee ,d4ihte. 4ota_ '"ad.
Crowd Greatly Incensed. could not be opened. iOUs r wI*i a littl ssbity o i m cpyo the e.
he n-egro's confesWon render the Warden Moserve then rushed Into dn4mli anything substantial, as te re. c lingtny eabtlbu ent, co npist,1IIt (s M.. 7 atIinTo .McA
rady 'eened crowd even more des the cell corridor to prevent the mob lO .hunters had isd oft With the pes .O ter, gra thr of the d, in
rate and soed crnted to tear dhim taking wrong ma n. He saw that of bones that remnlne4. bi ofUN the A iA sm. .'s t ot1 04
Sfom. lmn before they rear hid the men with hammers were about to O f the M4Ali:"U T 1eilo .
S m hb before they reach demolish the cell door and told them .mbenaler Will Deported, W. Coottly, 1of Tro. p County, 0Ple" 1t e eu.ts. .., oupMt e e
Sea ed t hsi eoxcatlon. The ne- thew to disconnect the door so that it 8 n Franulsco, U-, ""# A":' TiIgie 10slil 4 dotly 4tvOr04ed a, te wife married
Sbetoed fteoettly not to be burned Acoud be opened, As soon as the tow J.rsi, charged wi embegl rass0 Gaa, Jsne .S.* W. New ".ork artist
dt mercytho was 'a ho the culprit, door t. vhite's ell asld open therS tntt, antd !rpl, M-i l, Who li4ed at A.t ,k left .-
Saleogh &n! suOferingsa were eo was a deafening cheer and yel7 of ianM r .e.te. d.ea.t4 : "ti b tee da mo ges i d 4154 iot r* Pee Pursuing RSeped Convit...
hle, Whitto ri--ed con- cio and s)on't hirt hMin" "Don't bhootop him!" peb.ageu Dssmt., 1A i-tlt "b
tional So tim last. Whttile t times "Burn him at the staebl" "Take hIlb IeCer5t7pee bthe h4ve a by Mady *(iieday morigthi 1)047 WAS Rathe, of *)., June S4.-'PropietoV)**s
in altheoni ht} .heri were. at lerwast '.eiihimof te saWe f" t ke h. tI P-
fi0 Phle st thee workhotse, .to the place where he nmrdered Mis1 that tlme.: es i it 1 .d. *4 A Wlie W ".t ek' Wi" iot and killed, it posed, by o
000 lt bishop!" .. teO 40.( M fiOi tef W t-it 1 IlA fo :is b98 ZIN i Plera wo escaped f .i.e.:..
ams. Who atu4 ry took )am In the White founht .desperately for his life .O:ea alg 1MA4 p With aI$ WS i^t her Wig 4 .I.- lasgow flk W^igam ,L. Avrr4* ,.
erwna sdit notatbr overai00. The and knocked down the mrat man who lodet, a .rk. c a I the RI bl"i:a. Ue gsh a h"e )eft side*. Pierce a M a to' I be In the n lt
Bsk um', ans tb t hyws fon Vir- approached him. 0u9 of the umen took with b s w o :i. W a *. Ct11 we a tatio, atiteSu of Dtford. p4 ther e Istt** doubt
ias-. sfe. tha.w tom Virs threw his A-irm-s a d he ftrighneed .i11. f .d1 b.fw hil ite Iobmeedle was a t wrptch, thus protecting him. At thiis **** fri*S tA 3'6 was*h baave 0*@ shob hlsl *4 praeuast ebeig 4ppreead'
teo a othe poilabl wthethe#prss m --" 4 4t fter"w* -.ih okilled
Sof leadtg.I the miob. .e the bfrow wd. o. C ,ae u t
ynha levell Day Ag 44 Nret10tet from th tis 0 es S Jo te s
th9 m St ftO*$o whi- *w i aspproacht up thed T WANON 51S of l ^ *laa. 4.4, ,. !
oa<.<^044; for *A Sy or^'^"' 'ys ^ 1Wit^ .sti^ ^ 0iH miik~~ f^ isy-itd^
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s, lme in Live OaI, the Crabs
tsethei iSawyer in a Score oi
to 0-V-aldostaLoses Out 'Bad to
- k onvIl I* e
0Qultman, Ga., June 22.-The open.-
(Eg game of the 'Southei stern League
*wa well attended here today, the ob-
osuon bein^ the game between Quit-
.man ad Gainesville.
The game started lively, Quitman to
the bat, Up to the eighth inning the
game was a beautiful asd close one,
but owing to costly errors when the
bases were full Quitman succeeded
In bunching four runs, which won the
"Thegtsmre. y was as follows .
The summary was as follows:


jBatteries-For Ga.nesville, Whvite
and DaCosta; Quitman, Finilayson and
Groover.
Struck out-Finlayson, 0; by White,


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Hits, Gainesville-Singles 8; doubles,
SKennedy 2, Staples 1. Quipman.-
i n..igles 0, doubles 5.
Bases on balls-Gainesville, 2; Qait-
- .' an, 8.
I. n the eighth inning the bases re
S. fnll for Quitman.. There was no hitting,
m" fd the four innings were made on
errors. .
i tman......... 00 1 0 0 40-7
0'aukHalls.......... o o o00 -1-
Live Oak O, Tampa I.
S Liv Oak, Junle 22.-The prettiest
game of ball ever seen in this city
was witnessed by a large crowd thii
afternoon, when the Orabs of Tampa
met the Sawyers on the diamond here,
The game was absolutely a pitcher's
battle. There were no, runs until the
ninth inning, when Tampa, finally
.queezedin a irun, making the acore-li
toO 0
The Weather was most favorable--,a
beautiful, clear day.
Batteries-Live Oak, Chapple and
Street; Tampa, Childs and Brunson.
Jacksonvile i3,IVald0sta 0.
S Itwas a hard day hit Valdosta for
the home boys, when the Jacksonville
Jays virtually ate them up without
nmye ., the' score being thirteen to'
nothing. The Jaiksonvile.Valdosta
team will play again today, when the
Sraokers expect ;to make a better
sIhowlh.g.

Thegame between Quitman and the
00lk kHals yesterday created a groat
deal of interest, and -The Sun's speoal I


bulletin, which was presided over-
through the courtesy of L. J. Bur1khlm,
ya. t0he conftq of attraction in the aft
t.ernaon. A large;orowd of enthuslas-
tic admirers of the Oak HIalls gath-
ored about the board an hour before
' = a score was received, and when. the
rst Inning was marked up a wild
cheer went up from the crowd. The
enthusiasm increased until the end. of
i' the, eighth inning, when Quitman
bunched the four runs which meant
defeat for the home boys, after which
there was a dead silence. Many, were
the hopes which were crushed, and
many a baseball enthusiast wended
his way hoineward with his heart (and
In some instances his pocketbook)i in
despondency. The people of Ofitnes8
vi le have lnot lost confidence in "the
Oak Halls, however, and ufol confident
that "something will be doing' i when
they go up against the Georgia boyp
day.
The Live Oak-Tamnpa contest was a
beautiful exhibition of art in the ha-
tional game and many regretted that
they could not have had tho. oppor-
; -'tunty to have witnessed the, amee.
The two teams will play again today.
It is believed that Live. Oak has the
trongest team in- the leagdo. The
1team -..will play the Oak Halls at
.Gainesville Thunrtay and Friday of the
i,-;,"present wek; 'when two good games
-'.ae guaranteed..' "
-, Fght Will be Bitter.
Those who will persist iii closing
their ears against the continual rec.
o miiaendation of Dr. KingsNoew Dis
0ove0y for 0consumption, will have a
i ong and bitter- flight. with their trou-
S le0 If trnot ended-.earlier by fatal ter
Ma t I ,on. W Read' wlat T .. iBeall o

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itorppg, gr y veryr..ta 8 :;*
f'Hat igr'Vr rtopp^d tac f*Iinig
rPstored tbe naturl 1color'ri
5.'Z Benn,omn.Cohe,


SIt's iipossi0ble o
Iot to look old, wit
color of seventy '.yea
your haira1 P1 hapi
are seventy and yov
your gray ,ain Ir
use Ayer' ,Hair i
In less than, i ro
gray hair l Wil iave a
dark, rich coorof1
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Bradford county is to have .a new
saw mill, anulit will be up-to-date in
every respect. This mill will be erect.-
ed oi the line of the Georgia Southern
arid Florida railroad at a' point two
and -one-half miles south of Hampton,
in one of the richest pine belts in the
Start.' The timber is .ill]-large and ex-
cellently preserVed, and will make an
ideal timber for the purpose.
The mill will be erected by Messrs.
Cole and Hudson of this city, both of
whom are well known as gentlemen of
greaO business ability. -While the
oapaoity of the mill will, be only about
10,000 feet per day, it 'will be one of
the most modern i n the State, using
up-to-date machinery, The .aohnery
has already been ordered The work
of eomistructing bildllngt' will begin in.
a fewdays, and it is expectedd to have
the plantin operation by September 1.
Revolution .Immilnet
A sure sign of appaoseling revolt
and serious. trouble in .your system: 'is
nervousness, sleeplestes or ttmatoh.
upsets. Electric' Bitters will- qgiekl
disinenaber the troublesome causeO.
It nover. fails to tone the stomaoth
regulate the tlvare, amid clarity th.i
blood. .Run R down, systems benim ttt.par-
tiOularl.v and i,1: thi e al attoidin
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In Justice ,,olmon6's Court,
Sarah Dingle and George Brown
were arraigned .in Justice Oolman's
court yesterday afternoon :up n -the'
,,arge of disordrly' conduct, that of
fighting. ':": :
After hearing the evidence in the
abe HHoisf. r fidge Oolman asesas-
"ed a tine of $ eaeh and costs or three
xi.oaiti.s In jsilI ad. th defendants
.the.latte r.
.... ^ *..:.*^... A.." yNMlatake. : ,
Blunderi areaometuaies very expen-
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ilc ofIMalar~i0 su rowto t
teaon sand the high waters
~ ,il~cE'li 1)over t


irik-e.ldyn outo d to Newhtown.

Ii I b o lesepd to learn tha
4 overing fromn hr recent at
li.suto. a
ttl, De e asOe o. f Ga i e tlle is,
sat i aIvesi4 %ns ltet... Cis
l 4e 9lr 4ivutt pendtg a few
wee her ister, Mrs. W, Over

Mts. Kl, Gay Iss owly Iproving,.
.e. .. Drumm ond is otjl very

.ogis ure still dying with cholera
SeVerl of our people attended
vrea.ti~ang~ at lat Sunday.
What-it every one- thought as the
Star correspondent from Trenton
t .hins?, 1 tfo such was the n ae The un
w ul~ds eoweae to shine;fo b ene'h is
t t ae just et, and is ot likely
to be ery on. r1t peple, of Ala-.
h county know a good thng when
th0ey t, and whei tlieygot a good
thipg they hqld to it. They wi l not

change-an- old friend for a new one.
o, the good DPeioc.rat' of old Ala.
Uinu wi astIk to The A SuI.
AN EXPENSIVE CHICKENm
St. -ClairSaption K1Iled a Dughill and
I .'^Fined by justice .
An ordinarily dutghill chicken can be
tought oi he imarketiny old .time for
25 cerat, but this dunjghill will'ibring
the handsome sum of $50 before the
ouintsiget through picking at it.t
Geortge S4ption has a garden in th
Vicinity Ot Frog, Alley. N6twithstand-'
ing that he has repeatedly tod Lulu
Lewis to keep her chickens out of the
garden, thatthey :w re destroying his
vegetables, it appears that the chick-
ens, fond of the juicy- eantalouRe, con-
tinued to come.
St. Olair Saption, son of they garden-
er, in running the chickens out of the
place, killed choice hen. He was ar-
rested upon a charge pr erred by
Lulau, the owner, of the chicken, and
arraigned in Justice Colman.'s court
yesterday morning., when a fine of $1
and oosts was imposed.
Saption did not like the decision of
the court and made an appeal, giving
bond for appearance of the boy at the
term of the circuit court.
Saption's laWyer in the case, with
other incidental expense, will aggre-
gate about $50, which will make a.
rather expensive chicken.
THE NEWS FROM HAWTHORN.

Quarterly Meeting Rochelle Circuit io
Session--A Refreshlng*Shower.
Hawthorn, Juno 22.-The quarterly
meeting for the Rochelle circuit is in
session here, p-esided over by Rev'
Mr. Cole. The .eetings hre well at-
tended,and are proving of great inter-
est.
This section was viasi d yesterday by
the most refreshing shower for several
weeks, Which will prove of great bene-
fit o the crops. As :a nattiral conse-
quence, the farmers are all happy.
Tie friends of W, E. Waits will be
pa ired to lcarn of his illness with
fever.' He is now being roared for at his
father's home, and it is hoped will
soon sufficiently recover to be out of
danger.
Interesting to Asthma Sufferers.
Daniel Bante of Otterville, Iowa,
writes', 'I have had asthma for three
or four years and have tried about all
the cough and asthma cures in the
market and have received treatment'
from physicians" in New York and
other cities, but got very little benefit
until I tried Foley's Honey and Tar.
whib h gave me immediate relief and' I
-will never be without it in- my house.
Isinerel~yrecommed.dit to all. -Sold
byWM 0am-"C,-.


ig of his birthday, tt would not seem
th t Mrs. Morrison's mind was very
badly deranged a day before Sheriff
Fennell's call. Master Frederick was
very indignant at this way of doing
business, and thought that she had
more sense than her accusers.
Will Reside in Petersbuvrg.
Dr. DW. W. ite, ior th aItrho
.ear. '",eO'feiahit drgst ,,at.
Walla e's d'r'stiore, has -ac8edor a
epoiioh A ohouser, druA
grit, at S;, letershirg, and departed
for 'his new field Tuesday. During
their aojottnAin tlisl city JDr. White
and his eitimable, wife made maay
tuiend. .owd A


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will 41ope t ii i arIngegl eteat
eartaleheadlthton.ditiontSwill be bad
every preoaution should be taken.
Thy oU te West ETpeially So Pa r.
4 to Rsel;it *slarnal tafekh.
A'trl ofiitty ye|rsa denonstrat.
4 that 'f this emereasy, b. Hat.
teer' Io:n Tonic has no leuaL Iron ia
the mghting element in the blood, ad
e kind of Iront supplied hby Dr. erS
9tew Iron Tonic is just the kind the
syteta requires to sn.cessfully combat
malarial ponditons. Don't wait until
you are attacked. Take It now and for.
tify yourself; it Is an absolute safeguard
and, at the Iame time, it is the beat
tonic and Invigorant for thae entire aye-
tenh On the other hand, quinine dies
turbs the system and lt-\eumulative
poison begets greater physical troubles
than those it Is employed to remedy.
Where a bad case of chronic Malaria
already e~i S, take DR. HARTER'S
FIVER ald AG SPECIFIC. It
guaranteed to cure. Price 50 centR.
BIT. If YOU WII. ,



Ve0u Won't .Have alada. p 1.,
All dealers handle, or send to; Dr.*
HATzE, MEDICINE CO., Dayton, Ohio.
S hPouston, Tex., Aug. 1,101.
|aBlk. "Xhave se4 DIr. Charter's
J a o .. Iron Tonic mywif and 4".m.
fe Amlly for over twenty-.ve years, an.d
oan heartily reomt dn4 t. MerI rd it
i t a t a dt )*
l"tori and other feVe
1" s and Emigston Agt.,PFrissoo4 .,
U*( ggata t.at aor, i.ilm, Is sas,.)

GATTLIfiAEN HAVE BATTLE.
One Killi*d and Another Probably Fa.
tally Wounded.
Holbtoolt, Arlz.,June 22.-News has
reached here of a desperate battle be-
tween cattlemen on the Apache In-
dian reservation in which Henry Bar.
rett wag killed and Prime Coleman was
probably fatally wounded. Both are
prominent cattlemen.
The men became Involved In A dis-
pute over their respective grazing per-
mits on the reservation, which are only
issued at certain times in the year
and are of considerable value. A du.
el with revolvers follovwd, in which
Barrett received three wounds in the
abdomen from which he died within a
few minutes. Coleman was shot
through both thighs, and was also bad-
ly bruised about the., head by blows
tr6m Barrett's revolver,
Rex.
Rex, June 23.-The day of June 22nd
Was commemorated with a birthday
dinq.er and suitable presents by the
friends and relatives of Fred H. Ford,'
a bright and profhising little boy seven
years of age.
One of the presents was some new
sweet potatoes, probably the first of
the year, presented to the little man
of the day by his Grandma Malphurs. It
was feared that his tongue was roasted
as he pitched in head foremost in his
frenzy to devour the palatable roots.
Mrs. Ellen Morrison of Melrose, the
animating spirit of the birthday party,
from the first promised to execute over
fifty pieces of music on various instru-'
ments, but her sudden departure for
Gainesville, Saturday before, on ac-
count of a change of the demented con-
dition of her mind, prevented the mu-
sic from coming forth ; however, the
day was a success. We all hope that
her visit will be short and de-
frayed at the cost of. the coun-
ty. On account of the skill
displayed in her sending a fine suit of
clothe, as a birthday present, to the
home of little Fred by Fred himself,.-
without his knowlege until the morn,


the barn in the rear of $Ie. property
owned and occupied by MrI. .Leonard,
East Mechanic street.-..-..-,,"..
Notwithsatnding that "e6re was a'7
tremendaousbat 'aid me would ha-e
believed ha'blthi'portion of the city
was On o^ t^ damage was ratlier.
light A dollar would cover the
name. )'
Te fire cie near breaking up the
services-at the various chbiresa, and a
large crowd w"as attracted.
A *Frightened j,:or-soe.. .-.. :
Runnftling Ml^^ike ^t -hu snd red
du.i4 g the pe .. or u -.,n
!lliaffi^2ft^'^^ka'^^'w5^ ^. (."...


FOURTEN p ORS.;
That :i the Ric'rd~ fhe Atlantic oast
Line. fbor' OQ Month.
As evidence that the Atlan 0
Line, together with ia efficiet re r

tity, itay be Kiti)ned that d#,r i
:the pastth rty r.da there was reesied
overtshis popolaIt line this cttyo f a *i
teen sold caloadrs of freight, as fol-

no e earl aehines; to carloads of nmowig
meahinea; one caftload of harvelting.
pmahines; two carloads of Atoves itwo
carloads of nails; one earload of fur-
sniture; 'one carloadof chairs; two car-
loads of barrels, arid two carloads of
grain. -, "
This.s sa matter of course is only the.
summing Up of the solid carload busi-
ness, and goes to show that theo'Atlan-
tic 3Gokat Line for this pobit is enjoying
a tremendous business. It is 'also "a
strong evidence of the prosperity of
this."ection, which is the best for
marty.. years., __. ..
THE AIVENTS BAPTIZE.
Five Qandidates Received Into Mem-
bership of- Ohurch Sunday .
As.a result of a"Weok's revival of the
'Second Adventists at the little hall in
North Oainesvile, five candidates were
baptized and received into the good
fellowship df the church- Sunday.
The services were solemnized at the
Hogtown Oreek pool Sunday afternoon,
and were largely attended by not only
members of the church, but residents
from this city and North Gainesville as
well'. .le .QI99oh,1n .foiated in a
tmos4 Inmp'essvfe manner. Among
those confirmed into the, membership.
of thb0 church were Misses Malissa
NeWfiian and Amelia Harrod,- and
Jame, Orosby.
The revival was in progress. all dur-
Ing the past week. Elders Johnson.
and Butler, two eminent divines of
that faith, conducted the services, and
as they are both convinOing and pleaos-
ing speakers the hall was crowded at
every6servilo",
WILL ERECT BIG MILL. .
Two Progressive Gainesville Men Will
jManufacture Pine Lumber.


MOSES bOE$S P EN I W1RK

Tabips Wr or ed Yest Al All
Rotand a nd te L 6Wg Ni a
;sAm 8tatpdlng-.G~Iesvuas 4 to:
Business. ,
Eight straight oose eg.a as the
way it:was pi4 p An ntamMi tIes-
day to the cre4t] of the !i|esvile
battery, i mes andrDaOoCt*h a8d as a
result 'the at, ha advance 4 the
home boys aboit 400 per 6 ent-nas4 td1A
game. .
Moses and. Stovall was the 1~ttery'
for GainesVille at the commen*ement of
the game, but in the second iming $to-
vall was hit ndi the hand. iDaOsta was
sabstited, while< Qoima~s' battery
was Veal and Foster...''r'
Gainesville was way up fz the O tiek
line, as she secured twelve hits off
Veal and the Quitman boys cam~i up
with six to their credit, showing plIn-
"ly that, we are yet in tough i lok,
making only ,three runs out .o"f
twelve 14ts.
The winning score was made. by Ti-
son, who made a two-bagger an4 came
home on a hit by Freeman in the sixth
inning.,' ..
Strike Oute-Moses 11, by Veal4.
:% rrors for Gainesville were made to
the tune of fojr,while the opponents
only had thtee checked to .them, but
still we are of the opinion that "we've
got them outclassed."
Following is the score by inning' :
Gainesville........0 -0 2 0 0 1 0 00-3
Quitman..........2 0 0 0 0 0 0 o-2
Live Oak Defeats TampaC.
Live Oak, June 23.-In the. second
game of today Live Oak defeated Tam-
pa by a score of three to oe. The
game was hard' fought from the be-
ginning and much interest was mani-
fested. Attendance large and flne day
for game,
Valdosta Does the Jays.
Valdosta, Ga., June 23.-Valdosta
today turned the tables 'on the'aciMaek-
sonville Jays, shutting them out and
scoring five runs. Good playing by
the home team and errors on the' part
of Jacksonville were features ot, the
game.
THE FORCE IS BUSY.
Land Office Preparing for Close of
Fiscal Year.
This being the end of the fiscal year,
the force at the United States land of-
fice has been busy for several days pre-
paring the reports.
Chief Clerk Lynch states that the
year which will come to a close:on July
1, will have been one of the most
profitable for' years. 'A synopsis of
the business will be published as soon
as submitted.
The terms of the clerks will expire
on July 1, but inasmuch as the ap-
pointments are made annually no one
is trembling with fear.. of losing their
position. The force is a most compe-
rent one, and Register Robinson and
Receiver Chubb hive many times com-
I|limented them.
Was Wasting Away.
The following leter from Robert It.
1\atts, of Salem, Mo., is instructive:
"I have been troubled with kidney
disease for the last five years. I lost
flesh and never felt wIell and doctored
with leading physicians and tried a!lI
remedies suggested without relief.
Finally I tried Foley'sa idney 'Cure
and less than two bottles completely
cured me and I am now sound and
well." Sold byJ. W. MeOelam & Co.
Sunday, Night's Fire,.
An alarm offire was turned in from
Box hat half-past 8 Sunday-'evening,
which summoned the department to













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I W i a ** ffor MaWsgrk of atr U rapid at on he vieima One Bristow say skas a 1oag aes 1po perhaps *be g*eatesl d4el'neV

adverd!emersta for th pea f the State pl d atotalai t.he to uck a extent S it, iation of Heatfr aeiens sad Ifi- seasons of bitto eluess toed.
fo:-i-" .. n" ai ...... .- "; bBl ise in rpittion of Zde wror g h e oot~ when resly they are Poipntmelte noted as irregular uerfe and trreguishr, h oesese.e bese*
I r r 1...g sp Der m4h sne rd Wateo'' t *u te .. oi e~ not o r go! mhen to e i is asecteo the personal aetion of Postmast. courage, and but littl pr.i....
;AFtta ee.. a ihAs l if ay, b*ste upon the and kind of Id words t41 General Smith. Briatow farther says be made.1.
4*lioeno consi4.e4e by* the G-ov=-eror- frm th is ajw itth mep h more readinew that at the tne he called the atteia- sOne of the prineial r:fitra -
*illt ac s p ^of d so far as iI has #ny a besring, is a tban do tie kind words. And there i. tio, of Postmasaer Gmenal Smith to day cosist. in the consolidationt o ra -
"NW.a.o t 2. :n,, -a th G .o, fa._ltie rtai daring rreglaritie ih l hoo oa
O- .s -- ooi-- ---. ten t es,. read.sng of JUdtt *- .ioting appear* normal aid then e believed called for immediate cor- greater number oCf esral|,^ id
*Ocsxxwa WesteoW opinion will how. t n a full fledged hide-bound reetion. Of course Smith made no tory schools and replace them with




e ut te Thrice-a-Week lh bill. I thmk, was e on u- enan. Mid as the .napuravorioi of otto coreet teie. N twithatand. r, centrally located ae. oia. ..
W d e" .ees ,, Hy 3 :1 6 tbonai as to every pprp orIatimn not "erank i1 to tur ew inags so this one ng these fact Bearers has been perw -would redne the hexese .n d
Coopun and a. for m larles of public o Jceer and other begins Bt he ol tu oe na aine4 to remain in the service tl a increase the effienco the .ofoent y
r ek (d On m tiwti e ear. e^rrentl expenses of the tt.4 to one purpose, a,,d for e end and mront deh or two ago. d schools. In any plaee the peope
A lv .. . 1 4aaa ld
^ -W: ....o"ir^onet 1 asts4 I.. was not only there righ at o ipt ead ,ef or. hie smyme a s. It is fnrther shown that one 0. d have adopted the plan of aeadiig out
6 *e 'ento eklj bn t the sttal duly of the Go-. sance. Once hide-bon, iadnt to Smih, personal frieo d of Pterry wagon e at public ezense a rng i
g;a on. yOV... 1 50 ernor to Teto (not ieale) 0ery Item in get over it. but there are rernedies fleath, from Indiana, was illegally ap- the children on the various suad..
L'" bi bill not fnakig appropra tions for whte h somewhat atlvriate thte stfer pointed, tfht he drew several salaries But this plan is olw y female b`e
Apparently Serria has beeou leal salariess of public ofBeers and other ing of the neighbors, mad one of tem simultaneously for services which it the roads are uniformly gsod XHeae
ou(f Brotblterousntyky. ea lr e acxpe 4, of .''ti.. :_1_,rtioe f4r, rofthe Chonitio forM m to perform at the same time, sections are a reat bar to adqtoti
rWe w der wht eect tht Ohio reads 'To e Governwor shall have pow- According to n ofeial report ied that he was paid exhorbitant expense progren ss. e h-
tari F tlar w,,, I on "Vele i Blf- er "o daisapprovhe any lteus or itemsdr- ol dew xor., a few I ath ago, the he secOtats contrary to law, when be was Thne priolpel reason why tue poAiqy
Allison's art>ory, peace y-price asy bills maklzg appropriations of Thomaa 1. ReedB former speaker of for a considerable period absent from of national road-building waai aba
tpiff:Nplea ie mone embrtleg ditiet items, a ind the oe of oepresentn.tves, left a Washrngton participating in the In- doned early in the last center was
the part hor paets of the bill approved personal h state valued as $413,7, diana campaign. This same Smith is l vektion of the steam an e
Is It oe-. rred to any ne. that the shall be the 14w snd the item or lten s after atorid.ng for tie payoret of still in the service and is mentioned in For three-quarter of a. centory we
fe:. ol Isuet oppsltlon to Presiodent s approved shall be void, etec, ets debts ahMd the expenses f adme nistra- Civil Service Commissionter Proetor's have gone on develop or eam
..hM s M ll been Ascovered by 1 is apparent from the first cited tion, Tah gross personalty amounted report as holding his present position roads until we have te h er st
: b:". aM.i*itenth e ^laoe-o.retoeb e, article a ,b of the tote Wet oinsistng aeley of stocks iregally, and as drawing the salary f system n the world. No t
'Cons-itution---ha" the m* ntitem;mtle s sealed by and securities. This seeinmsr- marvelous. finance clerk *ben he is actarly In development approaches comietions
l4 i- dent aer has triumphed again, the Governor were uneonstiuptional, Mh r. Reed left Congres when Ce years charge of laborers. According to attention is reverting to the io rt
t:v" Be g onl. in e oa p publ.nd from the last caose citedd-See. old, poor. In, three years t ie he Postmaster General e the of the common roads. Andd
sa- Oogvee to make she I rntrtte lol 18, article 4-that tehe Governor madl e the above fortune. Triy, be reported ast that time were re corrected especially gratifying to find ra s
eM0 :zeett law e-t royve d was authored, and it was bis duty, me stave been a minarelon mar. up by Postmaster General Smith. An in- ma working enthusiastically and de-
..... onds dgto disapprove the entire items. too fh entrance into r ew York, whee stance of Smith's methods of correc- voting their means to th development
',.' e Sevians appear .to be deter. "Ther cutting down or sctalng of he came a professional stranger, he ion is found in the case of eight of the public highways. Hence they
:i:... preoe t their brothers who these tems was not only inconsistent had not made a big name in the orts 'ear-women" whom the inspectors organize "Good Roada Trains load
mNlatigrate4 to this country from out- aod illogical, but unconstitutional, I as had "ebster earlier and Conklin fon4d were performing no services, but them with road-building machier
I g i.et.s in the line of rioting do not remember the amounts of these later. Iut in a very short time he were drawing aggregate salaries of and run from place to place on there
Sh different Items; but let us suppose an cold ay with Caesar-'"Venl, vid 3,00 a year. Postmaster General sytem getting up convenons n
PUY. Wwt< a rlat r wil .how an amount for thusersticn: Suppoethe viet"*- (me, I asw, I conquered. Smith forrecto this abuse by writin- waold g ble tlL conve a













ense ora n the consumption egilature had appropriated in this. o make a reat name in publi lfe he potmater at Washington tht work of this kind which has b don
S;"ho Sotch in Glasgow. A recent bill $100(0forthe FloridaState ol. andleave greatfortune iretiringto thesewomen wereregularlyappointed in the Soth isbearing f
isau re d od several e and such an item in the general private lie s something remakable an it wa the potmasters business to shown by the wideprad
l lnm dollars worth of ditilleries. appropriation is unconstltetuonal if the in Amerian history find eUmp oymet for them. This, not- the national aid plan.
,; ...i-Governor cuts the amount down to i.Im t withstanding the fact as shown by pse .
Presdent Roosevelt r bes to $50,000? It is not the amount, as the Bi sTAGER. Commissioner Proctor, that so many It is evident that there will be -


propositop to make Matthew Stanle priation in such a bill unconstitution- the following remedy for this disease Impossible for him to find work for all. gress. President Roosevelt urged a re-
Qay chairman of the national co n- al. Besides, by substituting 000 An in horses: Anoher instance is given in he ase vision of the nd law in hi last mes-
< inttee. What ( oltllcald para-dogs! for the $100,00 appropriated by the "In a bad case of this disease it i of E.G. Fowler, who was unable to per- sage to Congress and a bill making
he 8eri lature, wouldnot the Governor be hardly worth while to attempt to treat form any atisfactory service, butwho several modifications was introduced,
S a he a cAver re tituring the executive will for the It. In most instances that are severe was appointed assistant to the time but never passed. It is now shown
trs h cr na on legislate ive will, which is a direct and the animal soon Joses the power to keeper, who needed no assistant, at a that a large portion of the land which
of it ious grasses which will grow palpable violation of the Conatitu- swallow. The following is a standard salar of $1,700 a year, although the will be benefited by Federal irrition




S I:n the arid region. Meanwhile the t_.? o h treatment where the animal can swas time eeper received but $1,000 a year. has ben tkpn up s or is.
4 e Osereraty of the Interior Is busy trying "GHad Governor Jennings fearlessly low a dren ch orbolus Give at once These are but a very few samples of Senator gibs eon an peftlatores
to obliterate the arid region-by irriga- discharge d his constitutional duty, one oekce of barbados aloes; also give several hundred e ianlar cases reported. that in his S itate lone 200 ares
even those who might differ with him to drams of the solid extract of A DOLLAR OUT OF CIRCULA have been taken up during the past
c would have given him credits for the belladonna alernatig every three TiON. year under the Stone and Timber Act,
surprised becusethehadrto pay na ig courage of his convictions; but such hour with 30 drops of the tincture of -- without adding a single agricultu rist
I #rl otrnlapping ilr comproyising with constitutional ex aconite rootand blister the spine, neck Here is the experience of a farmer to the population of the State. The
e .lUranto waiter i pn the a.oei. ig ecutive functions. t e t and throat. If th animal cannot near Brenham, Texas, as related to the President has said that the laws should
Ris, onerint g wi wi the rights o o It is worthy of mentio that Ga. swallow inject bypodermically (under Brenhamg Banner: be made so stringent as to prevent the
S is ete, we why calling tt i a fieh o rnror d Jennings on June 1, 1001, ap. the skin) one-quarter grain doses of Ten years ago he put an x mark on a acquirement of lind by anybnt actual
otd w rlrl proved a similar bill except in amounts sulphate of atrbpia every four, six or silver dollar and came to town and h!ome-makers, and that if this is not

appropriated. eight hours as the ase ay seem to spent it with a merchant. Before the do.ne the entire purpose of Federal ir-
with eminent good sense, altimore 'The Sun has no war to ake upon demand. When the worst symptoms year was out he got the dollar back for ration will be defeated That there
mtt. ,00 worth of clothing Governor Jennings, In many respeotB abate give such food as the horse will farm produce and spent itagainwith a o ll be a thorough revision of the land
to uerrs from th a vill, '0as ade a most admirable chief at, keep fresh, cool water constantly Brenham merchant; four times in six .va next winter is the confident pre-

F ., tornado. I, was far better than exeutiive, but we agree with Mr. before him and keep the stable clean years that dollar came home tohim for dii ion of those in a position to know.
money, for the people needed clothes lcard in reference to n is veto of the and plenty of fresh air." On this sub- produce, and three times he heard of '
d had no near market in which to lti otined in the appropriation ject, a gentleman who has had much it in the pocket of his neighbors. The As if inspired by the reports of brib
by them. b. Only by inference did the bill experice with horses advises: last time he got it in change, nearly ery in the Postoli D
uu7 U".'ir appropriate money for the erection of "Don't feed much norn in hot weather, four years ago, he sent it to a big N York te epartehta
Mr. Flagler will rebuild tlu "Btrenk. building for East Florida Beminary, especially to ahorse that has been fed Chicago mail order house that has int troubleby traykein hat gotten s
S era," the inagrnitleont hotel which was aid we repeat that if the bill of 1008 onoat," amassed a hundred million dollars hv o b -- ryn to brbe Assist-


I ,i, y -". .....PIM nN tglln h-ua ze retary <
..,llelyntly burned at'Palm Beach. Not was uncon lstitutional that of 1901 was .. selling third rate goods at second rate It appears that t gm t -
Srther tan in theworld iuf Mr. Fiag- much more so. It is talo a noti cable a l vil Serviceommissioner Proctor's prices. He has not seen the marked vertised for a sie for a oce in
S e would emontrate such u fct that the overnor faild to dis report on the Washington poso e dollar since, and never will till the Corning, New Y or ptoce n
ounded faith in Florida as lie doe by cover iany "unconstitutional" items in demonstrates that there has been craqk of doom. The dollar will never cashier of the Yk ra eorgen-E' tonk
Amr~ forl prtisan and ersonal endsay any wore school or road tax. for mitted a piece f wh -
Sth ,lylng out another million dollars the bill pproritig oy for the shameless protituton ofand the postal paends any more school
l. tOvptoo this magniueent atlructure. tat Uiverity, formerly the Florida an erona ds him, never elp to build up te town he asked $1 ofproperty whih
o p t a- "=-= :n:t Agricultural College. by a former first assistant postmaster or country,ever help to brighten the hepriaed by o5000 the amount appro.
ome ofurxohanges are dii. .mi .. general, with the connivance of his homes of hs neighbors He ent it priated by Seonress.ary He then wroe
Satngthenformato that the ut- Catnrh Cnnot be Cured potmastr general Payne him- entirely out of the circuit of its use- cited the latteretary aylor which ex-
o ish bill pas the gilatre ith local cat theea se is a ri practical polithey t fulness to ime-ited thcoy ltters na a e-
h'aldL:'O W ish a law. In-this they atre it. reach the stat of the a lan der thse rmtances, is The mail order houses secure their bro ught an openprop iin fr o -i
MastOUken.r s bill was kilon, dur I t is diasi la blood or Constitutional it. rasoable-toexpect genuie reform customers through liberal advertising. Eatonugho ai that hio, coa
-the hours.. o the bilt wsion, and rit is disease a inbl r to constitution under Republicn administration? mIf the local merchants will ad ng. Eaton, wh0 a i that his l cost hi
til law to'seine for p.lni puriset musttake internal remedes alls the rofits in t spen e $13000 and he wasillntodivide t
$ .ie.l:O losumptiton, or upon one's Catarrh (Cure is taken internally, and There i good reaSon for the enthu- they will soon encourage the farmer $2,000 profit eenly with -the secretary
g ,o land,.nu ac dirt ,lyoou the rlood and n siasm with which many-. prominent and others in keeping the dollar at if the latter would select li site: E-
-,earre, n o o le u facts directly ou te blood and mucous a enators hail the videpresidential can- tn was promptly aestedand is
f to wasprmptly Areste and i- n
:.- ,b OIrd o hehag o 1 quack 0medi6 It was prelribed by did.y od Mr. eterage. Theman who Prof. Tom McBeath, for years prin-outon bail. The maximampenasty i
one of the bt physicia in thi cn- presides over the Senate has very lit- cipal of the Jacksonville grammar se is 00 a oe
le e oufc hed st Jphysrcb y i o. a he. ror his case is ..,0 flne and ate gaar'ar
e th scond king try for years and is a regular presr. te opportunity to talk. To have a school, has resigned that position prisonment.
^Ip Bld .tiger" Mayor Thomas has had to tion It is composed of the best tonici 4appressed gas bab tI a desideratum, acpt a i
S dealwith duringthepast twoweeks o known,mbintd with the best blood s ratum, ieept a. more lucrative oe- It is It appeal -r te name of
thcI the...li e-tcz: "- the consc'rtes.T. .. -soreirfced thato tha -w
t n glvn th th fullet of the riret on the m i seldo the ease that the can- dowith East Florida tin hasry. to Pery Heath pre ire tn invests t
l in e e and intendin of n the tw reins i( whata didaty who talkk .iost reaches the po professor is without a S r in F eor, New o~rk pot .. Elenty the
ertt may expect similar teatmtminto h produces auch.wou erful result in liticai goal ahead of his oppon ent. ida aneduator is ell and favor- al k ew gi t
e. the ot gets through with these .urig 6atarrh Send ,for testiloniala Certait aspirantsfor litial onors abl k trougoutor l fav o iaff ifew thy bt pd t

Stake themi l hand and. mdete od s t. pri u e pubi d would do, Well to bear this in teed hi est w "lfa vestiteo e o L e li ilno
SPittpllsWithe t o. i alPaml Plli re the t "et .... hea..rty lcome tor tis 1l oomepbian Ia.
to -"" S end ifo. -. .0...- "for
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tibsAtance ,y the prophets before,

from 0 the t ah 'f his thime

V, stioh in i "Hid d he anhnwer will.
i'e plain, HO id unqe because of the0
~.h1ge0 which he 'placed upon the
h a nttel~ie t ss contreated awith the
nO~~ e id doortrine of religion,
p.o we love o .r tel#oWme ae Do: we
i hel h 411 well? Have' w 'univer-,
l goo will? AI we willing tp fight
o ttheir rights:? Do we make their
s .,p ounwn? Are we friends of




j^^^pdglo C 1 0 T
Staring io, of the naked, of the sick,'
t) prisoners? Is1 our heart with
^ eupOmelpators? Do we feel it to be
9 *epreme mission to preach the
l ,to1 th1 poor; to preach the g"lo
Sjustioei6je d hope for the poor;, 'to
S <4 brokme'-hearted; tojprealh,,de.
MlPa W to the captives; and iberty
ebiruwsed and oppressed children

ha io e yough. Thatpo is religionn,
hat 1 h badge of displeship. To
ideo the e0i orate doctrines of the-.
lgy to that mple formula of good
to man, and to exalt deeds of loy-
i dnes 'above the worship of the
Pl t0,iat 's the s ervice which
0<~.0 0 re*4mod the world.
"T o the people of his time hIe said:
'You who worship the letter without
spirit; y 'u who have divorced re-
1 glw rme life; youm poor. fettered,
sorma s ouls, break the yoke of the'
i:past, 1 declare your independence of.
m~ajnh anlt reed, come out from thee
itshadows of authority, stand up like.
m!hten in th man jesty of your owin souls,
y."lknOw that wlierevl.-r reason is respfedt-
Swiertever freedom is courageously
iassered, 'wherever human needs t are
served-.' .
herever through the ages rise
,'Te ltap of self-saorifloe,--
SWhere e lovits anrms has opened wide
Or mai. for man bas calinly did,
there is religion pure and undefiled,
there is One greater than the temple.'
Week day spent in honest, earn-
et i ork is holier tilan the Sabbath of
t "'he t Pharlisee. The fittest place to
SWorhip is at the altar of human need.
No man is saved until he becomes a
savior. A redeemed soul i one that is
u mnsjpired with aspirations for the public

"I9 was standing on a street corner
waiting for la car. Besides me were
tWo young nime. There came along a
squatty little man, with red face and
large stomach. He wore the collar of
i some religious order. On his vest
,there was displayed a gold eross-. Tho
'gtwo youtig men looked at tlem wheezy
0leric, then looked at each" other and
i -ltUghed. Why did they laugh?
I suppose they were struck with the
A.it A ongruity between that stomach and
-i",' .; he dross.
"Those young men got their car.
'"'A"ll about the awful accident,' cried a
n'e0wsboy. They bought a paper. They
ilooked over the samo page and road.
S''two men had been working in a boiler.
'*aOne was white and the othor colored,
The white man had a family and the
coll"0ored man was single. Some one,
forgetting that thle men were there,
li'' 'opened a valve which sent a rush of
t leadingg water in the boiler. Both
n ap prang for theo ladder. 'Go first,
'" you're married,' criod the colored main,
.he white m an. escaped. His black
omiitrade perished. .
"!'hO two young men, after reading
I^VA '."he tory looked, at each other. They
^j. *'dd not laugh this tien. They wero


Ir Thenwere loved by that
i~ eoa~riflce either would they
Slughed atthe cleric, if they
Save felt that he would have
V i"l.ie, or even sacrificed a din-
ow then, for the sake ol
h*anity *- .-
Sit ofOleveland, last win-
.nap wa: taken to the pest
Sie of m pox. This
O a very p .oor, Bu
he idow, So th
.a meil. fr her and

'. ,, ,'


~righe Osehe, estarrih, gr4po e~. .
eegy e~ orsitSa, o1, t0, f or dis
ot.ge of the rite, pain ano'tre ow k
an4 bldder, dopwsialoswediseg ofn ch
feet and4 Igs,etc,"et., iwe agueant
that dlto using ,hith's Turhy ildpe
hi, complete uone will be ffeieted,a
T'eiAe e. cen 4and $1.00. sFr sale by


triedto cofort her in her sorrows In
a few weeks the widow died in child*
birth.a
"The neighbor and his wife called on.
the director of charities. They told
him their story honestly, as in vestiga-
tion proved.il They did not ask the di-.
rector. to help them to any charity.
They merely wanted to save the body
of the widlo from a pauper's grave.,
They could not pay for a grave. But
they wanted to arrange to buy itf on
tme installment plan.
"'They not only did this, but they
adopted' the baby. 'What are the 11-
brarleisatd un iversities of our million'.
aire coeonpArd to the benefactors' of
these heroi poor who bury the dead
anid feed tha helpless out of their pitti
ful store?
"To imahy t would seem strange to
speak of the sacrifice of the black maih
in the boiler as an acto of worship.
When we speak of religion we think of
'itatied windows and eloqe ri ti set
mono, and gold crosses and 'ateohisms.
We do not think of the poverty which
shares its crust with widows aid or-
phans. Ah, how suffering huranoity
ought to love thope heavenly words
'Inasmuch as ye have done it unto one
of the least of theso.
"The religion of humanity 1 Would
you know what it is; what it hopes for
and wha enthusiasm. I kitndies id the
hearts of men? Listen, then, to these
words of the revolutionists- who died
in th01 poets of Paris.
"Clitizens, do paou picture to your-
selves the future? he streets of theo
aides flooded with light, the green
bralohes 'upon the thresholds, the na-
tion's siters, men just, the old men
blessing the children, the past loving
the present, thinkers in full liberty,
believers in full equality, for religion
the healvens/God priest direct, human
conscienc become the altar, no more
hatred, tnhe fraternity of the workshop
and the school, for reward and penalty
notoriety to all, labor for all, law, over
all peneet no more bloodshed, no1 more
war, mothers happy."
DEATH OF PIONEER ATLANTAN,
0. W Collier, One of City's Wealthlrto
Men Dies.
Atlanta, Julen u .-George Washing.
tobn Colit', one of the oldest and
wealthiest citizens of Atlanta, died this
nor iog at 1:45 o'clock at his resxl
dence near Pledniont yark.
Mre olller had been 1ill or several
months, but his condition was not conr-
sidered critical until recently.. A few
days ago a turn cane for the worse and
but littl' hope of recovery has been
entertained.
fr. Coller was nearly 90 years old

lire have been passed in what is now
Fulton county. He was born near
where ho died while the Indians were
sfti hunting In Georgia, aud when

He lived to see the forests and the
Indlans disappear and give place to
railroads, factories and skyscrapers.
Death from PeculiarAccIdent.
New York, June 22.--fJohn, Etielsbeiln-
a wealthy manufacturer- and politi-
cian of jersey, Ia dead from a pecu'
lIar acoldent. About three .weeks ago
he dreamed that burglkra 'had enter-
ed his house asid that one was attack.


Ing him with a knife. He sprang
out of bed and struck h* -hm4-, on'sa
projection. The shock caused a. c0lot
of blood to settle on his rain result-,
Itng in meningitis, which caused death
f Big Deal In Timber La d.
Menomiaed, Mich., June 2i.-bhe
. Kirby-Carpenter Jumber 'onpany has
t closed' a deal for the sale of 19,000$
acres of timber land ia Grand Rapl4d
parish, La., to J. De atwe, B. W,
t Zinmetan, PaulLis ao and D. Ft
e clar. o AlWmrin tu a,. "cosna
S 'era to "s 40 9 .. .',.... '.


110 N .fo:rm t(e 0. -
A.(j Qo teCfos evn tyt ,
S rara the;,Aereaiii
I I14t 4 pade,' ypgle todi*,l
a thU0thi so sa; sll lsho what the Bible


l... y.ri'oup fOth^ sd lllpp
4 gO 4e i i'kend i hIt to hie
H0l ( 4 part lOf the globe. 'he
#w behins writ~t-a revenue fbom
*it $ni d t g siyerable s.,
*^Oigt$ hsltrden of 4ebt. The new
aS^ h 4hdaz, from periodical#'
h tGuby the.V oc.et' during taoe.
Year#, are ,. 0r,
The addidety )s] hcTOt publishing seven
,hiodi14J tor. in Engl;sh, two in'
GermA ,ianiid onii r tSanish. The iag-
ol.:e ci~arc tos t t those periodicals _
rua4i thel ye&r have been 180,000, The
io .rtgf. 4 artment filest,. among the
I mirtant atturchists' organizations,
Iidel .teratu^re, bitterly hostile to:
1istianity and grossly in.i'oral, anad
: catechl i.s f amons the 1irmttts in itIQ liasr
been. tligently 'prosected .
,'fie o ipel rath has boreen p oblesh-
lad"* hin' lt5 *'ianuguags .o .iialects. The
.demand orit ristra,n literature In thb
mntsaon station throhot the l
is greater than it has abee for three.
4 artp fa century.
S 'p,O iis. on.ry, ncolporteura-
have been oeinastioned in motire than
60 years of the society's' activity i
the Misetssippival ley to carry thne ga
Del to th eyos s of the settlers in the
wl4it relsj of o co y.
Out bf s0,70 falitmnes, 9,10io were
found 1"st year destit w of a-1 reli-
gious Zisr'ature, 8,160 were found des-
titute of h ibl; 12,870 faialiles,
were foindo t4t never. we2t to re.l
g1uers wrsahIX, c Over al 5 000 ah
have' benent toi Idiafoe th printing th
gotel^ srie o o .thea varied' las.
fhe society haa exponde a In Itsa 7
years Ia icreatittg a OIrlistt&an literature
for T Irkley, inweiusig the Artmoniain
aid rewiy,and for Greece, f117,749i.
eaih grants.
CARDINAL VAUGHAN DEAD.
Archbiseop of Westminster Dive After
Lo ng Iliness
eLondon-, Jute p22.-The Very Rev.
Herbert Vaughan, cardinal and arch.
bishop of We04tminater, died at mid.-
night. Oardinal Vaughan was botra
April 15, 18N2. He became ar'ch-
bishop of Westxnlnter in 189g. He,
has been Ill more than three months.
Late In Masrh It was thought he could
not survive more than a few days.
The cardinal, who has been saink
ing for some weeks from heart disease
and dropsy, died peacefully. His
death was not expected so soon. Yesa-
terday he was wheeled In a bath chair
about the corridors of St. Joseph'rl
college, which he founded with money
which he collected in America pnd
elsewhere. On the prev.tous day he "rp-
peared in the college chapel i n full
cardinal robes, and made a. farewell
address to his bishops and priests.
Has remains will lie tn state 1n the
cathedral at Westminster and will be
burled at St. Joseph's college.
WILL TRAVEL INGOG 4ITQ.
Prince Henttry of Pruesa's Approaching
Visit to the U. ws
New York, June 22.-Today a oourt


TJinoltod states next'year for the world'a
fair at it. I1uis, wll not go in an
official capacity, but 'wil. travel In-
cognito.
The prince wll tour the United
The obrn prince of Germany will


and may be accompi ,ed bone of
his brothers.
FATAL EXPOS ON.
One Person Killed and One Fatally in.
: Jured at Cincinati -.
SClncknfatl, June 2.,---y & terrlfle
tplosion today the buidldjg "fA th
Central Manufacturin, _"ompany at
Court and !Russ6ls streets wwa wreck*
ed.
Fred Vane, the principal owner, wa
killed adit his partner, Joltph Kitchr
Several girls employed at the plant
were un'"ured.-
Fifty Marks for atilrruipw.
,'Ates eume a2.- soeph Wa.t
oner, a blacksx ith, ha rece.tved 60
marks. trm. Bnmtor Willla, of ",
ntirrpr, which Wagon sae -0
'1ew "o6del and sent to. Mperot l .1
11am fl years ago. Wagoner ad We
atfrftlca patiBted and apkd Wilita I
to adopt them In the German oY&*WZ.
*4T S euperor' rege4 tbat the arst s.
tdy 1i4 a s tifacttttor stitt^ at
told Wagoer to end ., i l. b ll. W"
osuer did not send the bill to Qersiany


Qvrithd tqurpyI i lntFtPhaet
h i, to- oNe rk. ,
pub Frne;,toce, Jine e ~s, T. W t1,
of Jeftertsonu, o., and 'M. 0 Ir'arip,
er Yoft,1 left .this city today, th a
Ai*Orrs o t011 sngle cylinder aso-
*"Wie motor. cargedQ A^Wtherycs oston
'ou ayo with t n tatin of taovelite,
tra.ig, ito hNew York.e Tha e trl'd l t
doertarken ton d.mopwstre what an a
hut taolie of poot-erate Dor can do
'ever, m outaard a t dae et roer of te
you dewcriteion. A camping olutf t
n ome material for repia re car-

hj~ide, Raid in the front a 1Iod ao ae to
SSerioup dlciultle arenan expected,;
uespe rall 0 iU crowning the ha.t4 Plade
of Nevada.. Their atnchine'a ideal
It t eontructton, having provlsoI for
overcoming the exigencies of the scar'
city ,of food.
Wife Ornarged With Polsonlngjr11
Knfoxville, Tenn.., June 2.-dames
Lovely, a young man of L.a6'olltte,
Tenn., near here, died a few days ago.
Some apprehension was caused. as to
biB deAth, and a post-mortenm examine,
tito was ordered by the iodoner. Hi
yo"ueg wife, t. is sa4d, objected eto
such an examination, but to no effect
The physlofano have reported, and the
jury returned a Verdict that Lovely
had 4ded of poison. Mrs. Lovely was
arrested. The case will be taken up
by the .amipbell couOty .tanQ: jury,
POW In es:sioS1. Lovely bad :been
parr;ea. but three weeks and three-
vyB ,:. **.;. * .


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Will stop your rent and buy
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GAINESVILLE, FLA.


REAL ESTATE
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have decided to work a Real os-
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be thaIikfel for any business
placed in my bands.
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Fire fishing and hunting. Firs class
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PALATKA, FLA.

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SPECIAL PRICE LIST.
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Royal Seal......... ........40
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Corn Whiskey. ........ 1 50 to 8 00
Gin ...... l6 150 to 400
Case Goods at lowest prices. Extra
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1o; 2-gal., 2oc. We will allow price
charged for jugs returned to us.
Goods boxed if desired. 6-15-w6m
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOIR TAX
EED UNDER SECTION OF ORHAPER
4888, LAWS OF FLORIDA.,
Notice Is hereby given that Mary C. Brown.
purobaser of Tax Certificoate Nf6. 10, dtted
thbe 5th day of November, A. D: 8Is. has.Zed '.
satid certacate in my otlrdce, and has mad6 ap-
pieation tor tax'deed to Issue in gcoordaboe
with law. Sold certifle eracest fol-
lowing described property situated hi Al uia
Se 1-4 ofi Sw 1-4, See. 20, Tp. 18.40 acres.
The said land being assessed at the date of
the issuance of suob eertifoiate In the name Of
Pra nk irown. Unless. said certifiCate
shall. e retdeeied according to law. tai'cdeed
will sue thereon on thet th day of July,
A. D. 1I0WO
.Witnessmy Official sga ure nd al
the st day oJune A .
C(lek Circuit Court Aliehua.:Count y .
______ Per $... H,Wie ,a. e .s : D.
NOTI.. "
NoUae Is hereby given that letters of anin-
istratlon on the estate of T. L. BevtliL 46-
oquehed. have b.en 'f-rranted by the, Countr
Judge or AlathuS ounty. Florida. to the o an-
dprsiazed. axdi all perAons hftavina, W olaitma
or Ce0iands agUBuaet said estate are W6qultesdo
,tnhe Sse.&Me -wlithin te tin'tsreSire Wb
r t.hey l lit,-le barred by 'iit 1 tI Rdon. ,
atu d.t*TmUe paid to me... -. ,
Marchth .1906. .V -LE .aEs ,A .atd
.... g^ oo .
AUMD iSTRATO0'S NOTIO.
Notiuot hereby rieqilz.tha.t saix U #s :.ter
or th esate of IL. M P`*I 4wil
= 44l fto a a1al *etMhtItatESBZS?
o~o ers. .., *.
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