The Gainesville sun


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The Gainesville sun
Uniform Title:
Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title:
Twice-a-week sun
Physical Description:
H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication:
Gainesville Fla
Creation Date:
July 2, 1906
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Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )


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

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University of Florida
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10.-i #peetIal dispatol.
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e it.of the p oe cotn* .

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ia 'iir:^ overy se ', l i^ : ^m

|. !tS,, Wl c di.:.. ^lok- .:i'.;:.
|P<6 thn',: ^at ,ny os* j-'lhel&u wiihtu ,
Xi *:.o "asily 0,t de aOtol d d.e.:

th eipo `9tpljo tre Agncii of eio-at,
olthe pthe Reoni;tset eIjC !.

a n ti. w rv ieenO t, s o r : 4t.tettv:u
pi-ut p ~atent ri:o wU .tteouI
Rbiat part e thBc ioe ;. 'it

l ,but p ttane a ul, aatt .al :
'^ ^it o tha uthde ban teUt *ie Ii tO
thi s in&: a *n *UetwTipWrs

i it,: considering hi a .
|| ra't oitmie tl n n ot. :mellr ,
condtepione'.s WoSto $tas he

e ti, otis te.mpe the ornevi' rnert

'00 atibevr tbbi MPr C.
4tjh avery, scarcely mx trsoew L

i' T ted, which improves b'liitA

sy tra h mcynoithe s:Oev t'tt : eii
nwo Im galia en Atpr o &tural

-e!Zlt'."Wtie "ai"l 9aishe
nattedr which te ',popee ha ex-

ioorad tr i cru ti and i:e-

iwa. 4ble to t. nfrm his ai
h ig]ntr o, lood
early deimnistratengthbe. eIscomlete o
nyea otced titin woile tn thie
Odappniu i morn fPlloatedA
"priate s fceno w "ee aitin# the
ilte axbtremely reservee xa nd uax-
fot,"0 1thu. morning, fr the lrsi
^ *l'ih hopefu0loong thourlit
i4 ) 1t ast be wta oarm f irot biv-
e at -real, d definite and lasting ,me
e wouldlead to the. pon
". c ..r e ,y." .: ;':. '" **., '
j im. l noticed tttat i one
i this orn tatv. he -wa. very
*Wi^tth olnimitsbl energy thlt* h
it*4toac.duof hia ordinary ife.
* lte4 on dressing himself almost
64 tDr sL wone' s fterwed. waltin, tol
til ewe hethrouul hoop Oit,

tl|^1p^rowjUIte bIt a.
iaid utc Ois 'u.F l ohti. hel hie

, physciean, including the fold
1 tof O 'Me _*ofies lebh to sea t h
orld &t peace. God bler e h i. li
at g Ae hl up The boa*r*: needl
th AISnet rhe:anl har e a.ww show.-

r me mo'rc Eeat 'than say tr thS

~wt* goestareB tote not
iitwaet k.^-fro^ ;: f oew.'*djiittea

yto.;-Otte ^.
''Sueh A
I Oeuse only'
(*- *'Whes 4:"'.
p Ov~k a 5'tlkna

;n, th o- InentI Aerk thetxr ti o
*.. ed xbritles We0o do o
ko t'p Pho$bg1^ d ito *tbe Pilgriim'sl n te bloo. makes i.t se and'
nopeae therd ^ of e loh a t vning Amerloan great Bl3oo 1emdy, the : ars h
04 4b .0 MbV h'140trotO restord, rem. t heath.
onents of te bbi sse.te elo esa the prince o* ta au4
Adextla^ on 'Tuesday -night 1tt8.t they ht ie I *A ristomr.dt
7e7l the h use at pon s v irweh f that a7m en to i uanad',
4thlos the test thistSt theyr hat ,Pls i from t e S.A K iiatai d tijuld
only one of these w ote for eae p s e the Am'Aidt e -a tooni tha esi
w;atha o* 105n.t ei." 1 htqt 1. t that1 t!une. vurpylceani will adr
~ e44 by90 them, i'llslt)il,.-e-.,lhl tie o hi ra,"w
il ed^by 89 toi0, o in lMt In a t- 33 11 -
* 'he 4phate yeq~eruay was som*ew ris the club. i''. hundreo
of 5 plturUe dtteo' thUthto eos 'were seated lall able
y'the 4y betor*. ;The'speakeYS h44 WhI0 Te ecorateP itih America4.
ogher time eelotted to t,44 et a a Ws. At the
th"ee as a little more ginger ord presided,
the pro:eeding. .A little tlt twei his gt ws Admira
l:r. Mose, of Cowta,' ..d Mr. :Tn KCtnton anL onga .] tt:
M ge, served to etiven '. Ti uoett ial
.edn i. Mr. thr ,aador ate. Senator.' foi
,( ina BOme ete I Sinclairg To1 ."- o
s~1M lt^poiUcal /record, 'as to h I dmral Sir alple pr n amd iaur r bing
cailrbaky1th1" t. I4 el art. of, lthIi.ioie 4 ,0t oe
*^cracy, itn 'the hail a t titmo) he h rt w unrpfruitles et
ieSe'-eth as thoW60 ^eihit
shap reply, among the -ether p were CCIp babies aIid a hildlen.l Pleasar
here was -contidetrable feeling d.*. tin Oharles H Stoc*l h, the United
H a m e.- i8004 tremr. 1B 4 A," ."mr aienror Ad. r. r NTS FO
e.ce is abunau-t that eery. vote al lord Chat-les Scott Roar Admiral I yotu druggist hasn
w~ the reulit of' an honest, strah ir mes Ruct el, Si Herkely Mlloe TP. *h AR*nt
'f1orwa1d option as to the perits of tommodore of the R,~.y yachts; Lord
.tie,m measuree y .ee h ..i orge Hamilton, AthIur Lee, mem.
As on the day before, the gallery bar of parl'Mrtent; ltry Belmont, 'I
was crowded wBth interested itn GeQrge T. W n of YTok ; Hm ** *:(.
ad now and then Speaker Morris had ilto., of Oago, and Lotlis
to demandn a ce*a.ationof applause. IHay of uichigan. --.
*..,The Australian ballot bill failed to. The acewas pilcti~.aclue ad nov. a, constitutional .majority _l1. 'All t"' America34nnd a number nv 1
the senate yesterday after.the prove; *V e 0t""ls oflters]A uniforms.
sion that It should not become -proposing the toas~ot "Tho King,"'
ectve-Until aproVed by the granderd, Beresford said wa vry eastay owel, butetlar rt cannOt
juries had been stricken from the to do so owing to rent events .riete c bile to eti
measure. hidh the kiig had b"en the messe execUt their ,aturalt.nctl n.\
'.is morning a motion to recoiled oif ttoao and goo l towd 1 itat0i caue byc i
er this action will e made and he gtonf Toae inigootede. I toward h dii'eln o
probabillty is that ..e grad 'jury .,r sWtor Tsore I"eaet 'e .-aid thereult
"leh 'will"-will if ....4' '9hen .t vor" d f c, whei"a. -sad. te ,','
"vision-w.ll.lbe-ip.t. teller+ ." W en "i e bwa. 4noicg w'en r 'ing dward.
thi; I d' e, th10r1 are assurances that would be lndwn "King 6dwaird .
* yeqt1ite 4otitiittional majority l the Peacemakor." The toast was
be otimling., drink wilt' enthusiasm a4e thenl1 ord
A e. Iof:^.A t. A Iv Ne oesi I 'Iau ..iBemestord toaste:.d "Pre ent. Roose.
MO TROUBLE AT NORWAY. volt," nd asked why the president
'* ": ':"" :,. '** ^ .. was liked litn nglamd. H l tded: "We
Arrt. Five '.Negre Cued iR. i~Z k tth ma we like thi tfron. gen- w
newed .Excitement. "" :" ous man, IW I y 1 the real
-. Augusta, Ga., July (.-x*lteitment hu an man T. The' pres i t will do
broke o1t at Norway,. 0. "".s h -level .eto to bring ti two great
T aty night on ac ount of P fve 'Agpills spea tit naon ebher, in
:oee ob:Ing arrested, charged with il one h ran outo whole,. 6hh ihs the
intg a c-iesorlei to the-murder o.f .,T.;., 14-^ .. 4ward t on the
Phllips. for which Charles E".an wa .00 051 of his 'l to t? "I esideu1 l
4ynheid. **' ra e I. *f.-.'ePrei ade ooseveit
-4. on s afitr. quleted down it .r c blie the : nthu.
ter tIth soldlerw returned to O&~l an m w .etfar geer that in
bin the i4rest came and t seoe 0cor .. 54 $ *it? tc6p #t d
.g-teIt maiMe t.oe endiary remt arki bt ed to ay .,ll fromn rtr '
t f r. atbr againt a' i radt eat ~ slBr.tbitn er' "

v ...ta a .mt.I l.:- l' ".' s. :". .::.,. '*t At t A 4d ltha ns
a 43om Jo ?.j)ir, Pi dward Ch t t~tltone# I In *ttain
sea anaV. uiloi0Mm Tohnso. ti oai nr and rce

00 been colleted fwor ttheh'ete t. no* o: ',threat to oI. ;.~o
Of e..terers of the Oakford p|r.- -tnl ar" "..if"the poli"- % or. of
iam, 4(ar last 8unday -a the their tle o to ia l~i4ord. :I6Kf
Woth rf bas been .ystentati5d. Admiifl Cotton I repI testified a-
Atoit l ipoe will neededed. "to the wtri feeling exsbetween .
The problpeme now before th5 tWB ailtine, snd -! na .
tb tu e ooded district is saId recalled i,1tances 1w. ,'3rluteii
t oi f sp^ ^feeig p the w" at#6. d Asrties;t bad mer- 1 tha'
The .tea* litstag from som.e of Ot frIIitaa f the wel r* 'give s
0,00e SOW"~t^ for tht..e'ee ',doll *:. t*ll.:nadh
tor h.s ~St 4s -Of the tie nquest A the hancbeon ad

e 'deuSox : ', M. M .or ,, ..... 1.-i 9,
-1- F at btak se'
*00c -6 t- I S .. w raste*( A- L. AsbeIVwat
det, 1* dtrS l T is sapposed to have ofo laf fiEti

curto j torofila htc
pure, ad4 un4dr 'Athe '*i
ealth improves, t;e dig4A
id. and there is a gradu*a
The deposit of tiber eli
flanda is carried off n
o a normal condition, and t
their symptoms of Scroful
vegetable and harmileaa
blood taint and build i'
t withoUt charge, all who.
FTo I IFI O.,.


RtUkbie* < CHl41$4a'W .

bowel t Wule6 b% gI t ifon
rort'.4&l it amil l o.llW ;
orgatus. -Zay l >he sat*s9 a iit
lt, ii taiste--chlldoret : lkot.

. it, writoto the manufacturer,
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P'H B ^ .'P.'"s'~son~thp J|f:^'
ytfV~II^er' llvres^w CNi.^^,
I*nd Pdver, An4' very forew of
tial, Billow. Remitting and Inter4
,* andy by going to the seat of the
nirt 4tre. *
"rW *.iTS PrK B.OTTLB.

'Ji Gaieaville
l .......f -7 I


~d Beer.

s will kxa1~e prol


- iL~! "7:;

teflsperaten g mM 1


After washing GeQrge Itorria In the
.' Neck ,4 flack With an Ugly Knifeo.
Bu Robbeta Ma&e .His Eto ape and
SHa .~.q yet Been Captured.
t4 4si4o4 cutting affray at the tiur.
"', 7 itpO4aip ofM. L., Moore &A 'OoC'
;..ei:, Friday afternoon, resulted.
serious-. wounding of GeotgO'
xotirts. a negro, by Bud Roberts, Also
si might have been expeote4, there
1lawoman in the ase., From t he.
t.;inormation which ootld be. ob*,
t*Ifned'A it appears that Morrli had been.
_'eavoriuig to interfere in' the domes,r
-t*irelations of Roberts. .Upon meet.
iigtMprris Roberts reprimanded himn
when the altercation followed. ,
it .s said that Morris advanced upon
; oberts -i* "skidder,' when t0e
Sitter assaulted him with an ugly-look-'
vc"4gBarlow knife, with: serious 'resUls.
I'4J flrSst .wound inflicted ws, on the
|g|-k of the nek. Roberts nett i.adfe
";i.eeph lunge into the left side of his
iaggessor, the wound being laid opden
,thbe ribs.
i. Immediately after the' cutting .1ob.o
oerts threw the knife away and leftthbe
io0 try, and he has not yet bee "cap-
atured. /
:. Those who are in a position to .k ow
.'state that the fault oi this tragedy 'Iy
liprim'oipaliy with Morris,; whom it' is al-
U Oged has been harrassing Ibberts for
"veral days. ,,
/Beautiful Tribute on Lif of This Dis-
*. tin~gished Hero.
Editor'.un- I desire, as a loyal
: friend, to pay a word of oommemora-
S ton upon the life of one who has
recently' gone to his deserved reward,
he:Hon. 8. Y. Finley.
Possibly I knew him as well as any
r of his friends, and loved hizi with sin-
cerity. Our friendship began in the,
I rly period life, When there were
no 4esirea or causes for. cwonealint.,
.h l uditi Of. the wAr fo oo rlBon
e sarated us, yet there was 1iosureasee
to our loyal attachment, and although
S 'be was with the army'or the West, and
I with Lee, our love, one for the other,
by*frequent communication remained
i|taet .
Appreciated him as a genuine sol-
tdier, and' a man of rare worth, '-His
uinOerity was as pure as the innocence
of ~child, and his purposes always true
,and manly. .,
He was ode of the pure souls of
Search who. esteemed duty paramount
.'o expedren r, and under-alV Sendi-
to, pdareul to.'do what he cooneeiv60 to.

i Be knew honesty to be a ptrlnelplp'e
and -'noti a policy. There :ootl4 esoaroe
-exisjt a. whiter soul, or a -heitrtt iribuea
'.. lth more loving teneroness toward
;all-nnmilty to none. He 'was always
amenable to law, devoted to- the beit
and most glorious principles of life,
true to his oonoeption of God aPnd the
dietate of a serene and honorable
est in peace, my friend. Io a little
while the last pontoon will be crossed
Sand we will ideet on the b.lter shore,
where heartaches and drumu4aps are
unknown. T.O. STtw.A iT,.
I' Ooala, July 10. :

: por wa y more r'tens tho jester
'. : day.' The, temperature dird not" ta-
4 below ,81. degreeS ll .,night .ad began

-rosin sa clondltssa sky,. ;Up to ,.'
i :", o'clock. fre, deaths from the. heat -ers'"
i*'. reported from' Brookly-n ;A. tW
.Z'^- deaths frlom the ,heat wereip.Teport.l'e

r"omi Brooklyu and two deaths ad
.kvtf prostatiuon In tjis, eltyt.," ,
Jelks Pardons :.ay C'pnvieta""
be a tgot ir,. Ala., July 11-i ie
,tire cleme7y hass been extendo.d*
| te Alabama- convicts by GOoveriao1
jelks. The pardoned prisoners were
Wiesley Rogers, of CreM*haW Wout1;
,i MW. Oarnssek. or :.rgan co uu'y;
Aatthony \I.atUthmer, of B4lo.c county;
,Wlllt tasberry. of ChIlIto Coas, a4


t the arWe art e ut- bo4 t e

eat8 W 0foe6etAt of ,le il
a pe,itar conitonts c f thwe' ti e

TOand 'ekopthe 4e.

a thl *f~hga, resldcjv #n3 tio i
d.Te foore t proetion b Ip' L. oet
7 dw4ndled to t10O, beeat lpe hLt

aeo. government PaIs tset pre*
weture's apit OoPoSsible ddituirbpv nation to the htque bOf epreoatiYetS
to aIncrease the torce -to a, 0,:e lsa

otlon ha bltee taken hoer :,.
sad Mchneral Rodesiding Jn thas intctd
near Holguin, where an
naued Joseph J.. Bradlai'. was motua
dared by robbers June S0., hbae, as..l

ed for more protf e tion. h a ideatJ
with rothe depleton ryf the rtneal sfrd.
the government is taveing por rentfve
mpeaslnres against c onfeaSe aturbace

. C general Rodrumean has of lncw ed i
all force of guards at aath n. Se:o
wero, the haecrtbery o te e Intedrior t,
euriamored the governors of u all th
*provinces to confer at Havana to con*

aside from ia few speeches. and letters

PFve eSteamer Have Been Taken in
Port o Spain, Trintdad, July10.-
The French gunboat atffroy passed
here Tuesday night on her way to
Ciudad Bolivar, Venezuela, which is
in the hands of the revolutionstsa, to
protect French ittereath and collect
documents relaftg to claims arising
from the, revolution, the postofflce au.
thorities at Oludad Boltrar having de
trained: them tor three months to pr -
vent them being presented to the tri-.
It is reported from Ol1ud4a Bol.
.vr, Venezuela, that the Vqpezuelan
government forces yesterday captuited
three American steamers near Apur
'n4 the reyolutiontlat iat 'Cudad BoI,
Itar have captured, two American Ve.s
ge els. : . ..-.' : : +: ...
An attaolk on Olud&d Bolivar's "e*-
pected to take place tomorrow, b;tt
before attacking the city General G'
mez will offer General Rolando, com-
mander of the revo ttUonlets. in the:
name of President Oastro, the prei*-
deOwy of the states of Venezuela if
Rolando will support the Venesuelan

Compan"I Withdrawn from Cub
Wahlngton. July 9.-7T*he oretvar*
of war has. ordered tle withidwa
fro O Cuba of tour 4omoiaiee of om% l
WaUUOry, the g4.hteenth a d **wety*
Oret, now at Clientuege, A4 the Thren.
t-hbid4 ard Twnty4fotsth now at fh.
mfle, the Kiglteenth company to take
eaCtipamat :'o a eohbeatyer, K. 1., t
yret f 4TW Mott, N. J.. and the w.
ty.thtr an Twenty-totzrth atPt Mo
tinleyt Ms t '1 a dcotinues md
preset poast o1 1letiegof add lavw
ini Oai:..tre leventeenth sad Niner
seventh codi.eaim at Satllago and the
Tans, which latter companIes ,aMS
nnately wil garrsoon the two prolec9ed
oaoling sattloc at staba Honda and
05r19 Mlother Leads Lypehers
Ueeetra, Ind., July 9.-.U. flWII'

1dm *Wy sad fashed him off to Ma
lo. He wag u^l~Nl^..nowe4 4fromMclm

r teblbe wans feared it he renmai..

Ambe-Sa Sothiugn4 1uM y Rl- G*(atm*S, ofrTe L "'o, tmi o 1H
00 #t-VWwooof OMOV

;and C

*,|*(& Wll:# $ t.
"Thlt nw) llaw is going to
pl av W ious industries
tf he' State:, w3 id County Tax
Coll0to'Dlisklno sterday, as he
held 'l h had o~ the new license
blanks which ha just received
fro0 the Sta e pr( and which pro
vides't'iat.a man+. sat give in his
property anndi ts ila4' under affidavit.
The blink requt i tlio npplicant to
make a.full stat0i=e (r I' n a belong-
ings, a statement J ttti value of the
property or the am t t of uaplital stock
eamployed' in his :IiineIis. In other
Words, It must be osk le'antile report,
properly signed ant iorn to by a no-
tary pUii;etiand'iitlot going, to set
well' ColletorP inson says, upon
the stomach of iuAverage tiusintt

Another featureo, the law which
will ,meet onsid6Ae reludlance is
the 'olaue whioh 0ik-els a great many
establishments, asm"~. saw mills, bas-
kit' and crate f* ries and other
poanuacturin, pla u, to pay a lidense
or occupational ta: ;
theonew law will. into effect Au-
gust 4, when ift la nidless to add the
kickinlwill begin,
Passner Tral"n a Into An Open
mwvtA h-w a.TWl -Four Killed.
Sbaotpeavlvled July, 9.-Sou11
oern ;rn WAty pU. 4, .a No. 86,5
'tathboutiI ran aIn" an open hwtiob
rt ROckr in dep oe0 miles south A of
tl0 city, Itt t o' Tuesday aftdr.
tnoont.ashitg al... local freight on
a tdling. The lnget eUline arid
express co-ache w.r demolished and

or .Jnju4Ire. ,4 L
The d1end at mber ,4 and the aIn
''* t utmnwber T8. TraA i, was sus.
pende4r eight hour.

lngine- r Ja.nes MOormick, of Char.
otte .vll le. r* .:
nginieer Charles D1avis, of Alexan.
T s Sheppard, 'of Charlotte.
tvlll; br kea ,,ion freight.
h rl Gay, of harlotteavill,
finreman n fiigrbt
J. Loe, negro, of Baltimore,
arles aT. Leitoh, egro, dining car
('. Ow en, Philadlphia* boiler IJ.
oaaevi 4Aarlan boy
BTiola igelno., 4 ltran woman.
wo wa Au woman
.*A^' tin tWn mulMta WOman.
train '4b In charge of
an4 At te 'timoe of ae accident was
On ^*the rete. run from LyohbUrgs to
6hulptte.~ e. Rockosh station Is
iw ween th po and the
track there Is a ng ne engineer
e had orders to 1e out of the way
0tei psenget s^ m, t fort
A, IM0e re6on which c* ot yet be -
plained, he overrated be ttime and had
fa to tale a silt so that the
ss hegr trin could ''
1he trnt|n came together with a
terrible ah and a arf i seoie of
panic' isued when4teoccupants of

taken the un tert pta, where
ei~ r wounds we dr. ost

a"-K *'* horJs e'' 1* r .esum ed.^*ia-^-...j^A *. /|*fA"
**'-B'.'-A Xl sad l, l. and ~ r^B^*~*;;' -


Oda -, .

.oezte Tax.'


tories, Tuirpen-.
any Other Oc'.
ver Have Paid

A U'QW*4 (OJ
yr Lpe4a.

*0e47, of

W.:'r T^W'^l IH. *:;
poira aJuly 10 be
*apee ? ;told not r

*has c iatted su~hlm e by taking polEy
The etrl and her brothmw neorg*s
aged tW y uar came to this Ctqatry
when they wore ifthatas. thez loe

seQUently the girl was edopted by Her
man Niederhelm and the bbt by an*
other family.n They never ow f
their relationship until a ye1 r ago and
after it wa s discovered an Intense of
fection sprang up betwems the two.i
The two young pepbe contined 4 to
see eahch other until two weeks ago,
When th, young man 4oontimled bhi
visits, b iatler met her Toueday ad
told 4Iar that while tiHe umd regard
her as a sister he .ould not warnT
her, She th n returned to her homd<
and took parls green and died v, r
al br,rs later. She left a litiful tare.
well iotter 1i-i which she declared her
lov3 for' her hropher aAd requested
him not to marry for two years atr
ter her death.
Thirteenth Annual ConventiotAs -Men.
bie in Atlanta.
Atlantsa, July i0.-h thlrte th In,
ternational convention f opene Daptlst
Young People's Union of Ami0on. th4
largest religious gat'erin Iln the
world, convened thal mornlln at, o
o'clock in the saao oua yuditorituga o
teposltion park. The mieettng wil
contl'nue until Sunday 'nig Wt a to 'tIl
expected that It will be attended by
firlly 6,0000 delegates, reprenting al i
'not every section of he Uniteld Stateol
The session of thie mornining wbe
occupied principally wKth prellminjariea.
The convention was opened by the
president, John H. Chapman, of ONhO*.'
go, who presided over its delibera.lot..
Governor Joseph M. Terrell weloomed
the,, visitors oi behalf or the State of
Georgia and Mayor EIv& n F'. Howel i0e*
tended a welcome on belialf of the cfit
of Atlanta. i x-Cvmnr'Williaa J

Unton of Goorgia and the welcome o
the chuircheu of Atlanta was tiven by
J'dge John T. Peudleton.
K#maped, Montana Badt Se n in
lKnoxvil..un Tentt-,. d Jys y 1h d A lett
received here today fIroai t I., < [oukB
an attorney of this city o
saw and covered wth Y
gea In Atlaenta last Saturda.
states further that 'rogan meoled
IF0 4 o .
him to ay nothing about t e'
Ing unul five days had Alep Iq
Interred fnimn Logma0#
that the ban4dit propo to
foreign country. tg" t h:
tana train robber nd ti uder
who eoae*pd the ,Kaatti

owlO494 eOP'

a-onk$l ictd 4., :Jy: .-
mlners were eti tbeti d w
caing Sn t the ad4ag1A$ rMof
company's Big MotatA 1 *ty
A reoulg pdity d<# i9 e M tt
the mane Into an old slope 4d
reAched the masert who a wa(ll
rowly eeOp94 de,< f*
the faillag coi<. -.
Bullet Woiupd p
Isaeter aseolanlo of (1

as cuart A old Mosonrr W hiun- $4.25

1." F., S p BA .....
I Bamy st. J. ckonvill, >. Fla, .. 1

"P TARSLO, HManager.

:i8(m:O0ABL Th.
tvI .wt W -Jlahiog to be
h' i t0dll te1
ad s a fout dt0tans4o
ke The tlain tot Brook
over (o My port by
>e^ ... : -. : ".:* ,I ;. '

aep-wer~ F~o


Law Reieaed th '

Author of the Litter.
"dotor8un : It',l witr reg
It becomes nee y rar ne to ad
in print to let the t of
know that one of Iti, oiQr
do hi.duty Is to da e' pl
threats by a few!'woo not s H
he does, as the follows .... an
letter, recently received i e
show I.

"Mr. C. O edriek. a.,
S"Sir: I have been. appoint.
c0nmpanyot. 20 men to rite y o
we have been told you was W i.h
'thatmald alI the kickabout th 9e
own the stretes, and that io 4
bust Or tav.t them put in' hefits
We th. 4eonmpaney. assp&,
burn ypu out, li Ift you do'Aut
stopped. can do It .04
next meetlnAgoryou may l.ol00. we don't getyoU the first tie Wen
try till we do burn you out asn li
A hop, tho'Itf you will st40 po
Ing of the CooWe .we %Wll ot
anything ypu have. We w*l t A
next meeting of tho .otul to s4
what you will does ft'i. Th t
be some one of the ganig th!i~el'to
what you will do, so look out for, '
is your only chance., hopain#' you,
stop It."
Referring to the above letter, I
sire t# say that 1'Will co iOtne to,
my duty,, burn or no burn, haid l
not turn aside, though I treooee h
dred subh letters. A&life Is o:it' ".4
living or property worth having ."wi.
is daily menaced by i. non-law-abi*dt
minority, : ,It
Sat once employed a deteotlve, .'
he has already traced the letter tow
the party who wrote it, by the p ll
trimming of the paper upon which'i
same was written, and when the shAIB
of evidence i's coamnp ete the Untitqi
States postal authorities will be aske4
to take a hand, as the threat oauoe
throqgh'the postofsfe her -T
0. 0. PnlroIC, :*
Member Olty OounoUt. :
Galuesville, July 10..

Wholesale and Retail

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1, tages o*-fe troubleA whieh have repuite4 In ovaritis,

p t'h an ,'... ,"h" terror tp a w nf'tus so.u, and with what regret "rhe
ft ~ o as become ncesea~y togh heown. e leet. Female ,
0 1 g the warnings of ntre only means puttig it off until
th .her troi-le make headwaypays the penalty of a dangerous opera-
Slei e t th best, an oprtion often prves fatal when her life
eV .. o o -. xakhau.:. -getale compound.
S o ed rregulr, suppressed or paiful menstrual
~ Onent o. Iceratio of thee omb, that
hea ~doW )t* izlau ion of the ovaries, backace, "bloatlnj (or. flatu-
alnge iwnde yiralotndi nervous prostration; or a beset with
such 4 ryptoms ae falntt#sl lassitude, excitable, Irritabilty, ner-
sns, sl len ncho nd wat-tob leftaon feelings, and
te 16P t hy Shvict rnmernber tat th're is 'Orne tfied' amd never-fainft
r ed ydi P kam's Cmpdnd at once removes sa t roubles,
**- a T M .oi. X cannot tlt yo ho much good you have done mie and how thankful I, ,
*mnt ,yooi't. ftv years I bee free om pain for a day. I have had backaches, headaches,
!4'0hose ia til at g eentionn w le.orrhoa, and when menstruation appeared I was in such af
undlti4on I couldha sit p. i cto:d all the time, but nothing helped me, and I was told that an
oera o wneoessary. ... -
'Two months ago a friend slugsted that I tr' Lydia E. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound. No
OiM) knows what it has done for me aso how thankful I am for it. It brought me the first well days I have
h6d. for Aveyears. It did Lor me what doctors wouldd not do, and I want every sufferMng woman to know
about it.I" Lvass A 751 E. 16th St. New York .ity
"k Mna. Pn M:- I wis to thank you fo what Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
has done (or me. I had terrible hemIrrhage being lcerated from the birth of my child. The doctor told
nm that I4 I would have an operation I wold be well and strong. I submitted to it but was worse than
before no one knows what I suffered. in.ll a frien advised me to try youth Vegetable Compound; I did
so, and commenced to feel better' I ontinUe it use. and it has done for me what doctors could not do. I
Iamr strong and well. If women Ath any kind of fenimle troubles would only consult you before submitting
to an operation they would be spared many hours of pain and suffering. I cannot thank you enough for
what you have done for me." AwiA Knomupor, 150 E. 100th St., New York City.
00 0.0O atoRRIT we.nA tr pr t* o-l le dmiIt h e am oh lr
ydia. Pinkha tiS Vegetable Compound.

Charitable Struggle For Mactef. between Rival
^ ^ ^, .:' ;* Tradet a. "
4oth. at New York, July 10.--Th e struggle
o fo nd mastery was continued with uO.
aifiaapy bated Vigor In this morning's cotton
'Mark-" and so evenly matched appar
9014 lt 1. ly were the trading parties that no
one seeniod able to obtain a decisive
.*n 'a v.ntage.
t the opening the bulls were
IW A lded (eby firmness in Alverpool, partlc.
t wea) wlarly in respect to the stock market
h r d a Thirl e ported sales. of 10.000'
rs : p r e!Bewere. 13 points hlh.,
^or 1 tit loWer., the being
6dn W d to January option, while AuW
gaa opening at :11.1l hOwed the great.

d^ fronm thlt opening o to :4:t
! it gol n 14 t8, agsia z, 101 at the opening

loss." t r *V6 ; ... ,'

* for .t' ld M a boanl Air Ustn,
d nt. sub neas Wdneea0y morning

MI. AM^ .w44`
K *WQ14 ^-iNH ^Ml hourf


ftridays Thunderstorm Proved
Serious Loss to J. F. Bunch.



Was Grating Peacefully In Pasture
When Cruel Bolt Struck Animal, Kil!
ing ,Hr Instantly-One of FPnest
Cows in the City.
The storm of Priday afternoon
proved a serious proposition to J. F.
Bunch, inasmuch .. it caused th
death of his fine Jitaey ow, which has
been furnithing an abasdance of pure.,
,aweet and nutritibus muik for the past
ifew, jeairs, .. .. .-.. "
The animal wias g*alg onP the
pasturage near the homeot Mr. Bonoh
rikout" b:Areondo'l tqt4W wh* the
oue bolt truek h er otthe .houlder
lla i, Ung her 1 tail), and now
e., pn;atvai reasts a. the great w .o
was duly a feW'diays 5ge that an
d iof this Ane tanq fl ottered f
wM, or W her,. whth wa
0 aWfaine':i WoO R anIto
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Physiclans Will Not i immediately Per -
Sform Proped Opertlon...
Atlanta 3 10-A ces. trom
Aisinesvlle, Ga., where it wa reported
lat. xtlght that General.I.Moiot ong.' P
street, the veteran **n :. tfedmXate
commander, WaS .mffetrn ftro a'n p
a cerous .growth .oe bliv left e, which
neceaeitated an operation today stat c
cdans that no operaeeon Wa .fb pea y
It .0 further tSt l that thire la o
Immedlait da er, and that G eneral
Iagstteeoa condition is Serious al.
though. nodt Rearu ., .......
P&1 ..^l iss Pt4' to Dath. *
nubet of bys weor e there oa Pe
'o^ *.'h -Wt S ton on. t', -
them, Car Johnaon, tied hi, Unp about P
hi wat 3 threw the ock n th
tool, thebait and andlat itelf.ught

appearedd bmth themurf a wa

neiwp *W bilfti. ow,
1.44500, Glaisa 4;: t .^. M C

ONRI$*, 8' iANTOA Pop'fim I
aWtman, FlS
All kdna at oias a e
rler rom bri' o'irOD.A V tmode)m % po.t
tr. ; XiatOS Pasav &NI

ou s _. ;^.. -'O : se::
458.LAWS1 0'XEtZOI2A.
W ilsbewdb tbai2oth tw

-. t i f .. *"- G ro g .* a. .. ,dk o t am
be m .4 o .t J A 1.- .

oa4s6 .&40&
DEr T?4. 9iIY4'J ~ iit A O*
4~~~S.~ rABO W~A

Soliwestern ,frailro, elpe|
north ot'tie fto~w ^ o't te
en4 siaopha speciJa ty. Gsoi
Sriwntsn, .lngy ai| Srn rh
Fine flishiaig id .untitg.. ) 1
$tab re. Itai: 8 pef we

W sq.,A), Liquo

TAll goods slAhpjed prOmpt y,
o i 4 tes 1red. 1 ..

punter galeon. .e .ine of .

XXiX, ..............ra..t ai.
All goods Meal ed proi.............. ....
boxe ldtBa er .... '...... ..,..-..

Hunter Rye XXx...
oldyal eal..... ....'. ....... ..
Royal Seal. ..... .... .... &
Lewla'06.......... :........, .
Corn Whiskey ...., : .. o
Gin ...... .. .. .... poto.4
Oase Goods at lowest prices. Ext
charge for jugs: 1egal., t10o -ga
15ao;.,,2o. e will 2alow p'i
charged for Jug retuNined to
Goods boxed it desired. 8-1& 4

raptste ohuroh, ne'
tidthletist chuth*

pggg |* ",

.er 4t" er, 0I
the devote
Doein the
iasUall sad
am* hmd been
othan aear.0
-i5dn char.
t.4 blsheeu

toPay jn
casts made


8i t s of O i, b h"l.-noI' -.,", a-Itp n ,, -. o m ,"el:, m o t
-ell|^ ^~ g^^y :L X lelgn in elf ehnyo i er

i^ jPa 4~08XwtI4^0benopoafyfaoedI .who'^eornmen~ta we Mve qee
H~~m^^'flI^$j (Cs.) tbeJS&IbOtip ^rof. rurat nzsil tout,. .ito lake the 'al groun thoatthe
IQ3 0 -SV 3 5 s t ro ot."4 kt hese b4ar* l piv otal $tatfs In m a4* Is ssa n iti ly cof eo
-14N L 1 1ta(.)1 neieo sIom coleio the crepond

ri aoltsz a"eto~ obvts If....Mr. g .n. Wb. wa sa...d to th
B6[ 1'00 Payne Iso rosily liIeosanotbo b law edd r 'w : toa the consent of t'he e:il

^3BE^^^^gB~~a8^BN^ for !tfB~o 4ntlna sflnl aty terhiskn dulen '2 04hmB14p--' lh.tuok is enOuhowk anybody. Ahe 4e3itfrCevelan
.74Itdbi jnuen y oral asperatq ba. Iitint han thq ie th
BBB^SMdmrtetQ them goyer:meot' :**; oomi:'oeixtedupo iti Teditorial]
*5-W 'ooe Wb1 .tot the Van .L- *d.,aM. Intre mae th

"".of-the' bq* b' sin#t tI"w",; '1 It denha t i' su $ edtoo a l a t
Lp^|^l^y f:.. t<6Iw aebe nefal aoe owoe omnBw a^e

ja4ljh IRYEl Q^*b'ootf; pg.^qq herou.:. ti onu o f. pt l take ble inferene that ihe

I B theHZIorP!a otw simop oVO! )ee arln p$Iieosn. tTheB she talki ftbsgt Aimbeing corca
NM~ dsi t tae .Icb@ Pi to .fle faolep toien baai beai "m a b- 'e tor fouith nomination fortpreapin
"l:,j1^^ >.,' .....' '1 "0 ,a n .. r~a y il h b n oe lai'd 'fh at h op:n of the e:+; """" "" ""
Nl P P .iitu k .* nug to ',...0 .an bo. ^t o ,. ,I...o.. h .enial of ..,M r,. .. level,.d
| *ilaoOn..Joyne nc 'f the Pn ;Taaevid ITnherinewm e iseFn
I^"^ -.!"., .'+n ",++ t'h e "^ ,"n "'"i I F"an'e w h i'" 'n "' "tB eA ''n ,ut"'"e a" lea"
^f~ii^^i^n ^ for he.:oue, beiirohed thed ,:;.: re ain of t thfakbe. inferenced tt he
|g |l0~t T "","ii :"+; ir t:~ he .e !l !... talk abot hi" bhid.:l rla
|iS^^ ^ t~~tt^^^ :", ..;,..'*;: ....*';* .^''* .pnt l ro t n br nq ., ,.he, ,r;b., .Th .nfe enc i .
S -- erviO need reform.. and lot sof f-t. hn cot theaghb ard i. not nowAI
Jr. J167. .pJA

lb. Aptwrfl) @otbte Iof # Zt iR,' the President's dcty to leave: ing of ay.|soh nomination.
Qattg t4h!Jpt esr tn be.t eit nothing undone to bring every culprit j t theiayshe re
thssJ th
.d4"0 I F ", .A.I MA '.0. .0.!b.j.4.
14 "1 ..-"A V'. "._" P = Nq-
go ', -,,$ I I1" fo eben pJlyvl nW oomot e :e+

i I'I" "I-T IN K I I" t' J 4I I" I" r"II" "
,+yeaF.., -.. ,0pyei All~/l eante lmd wtot;tecneto h
",....- .1. fe It knstin is 0~nd'i o'hi kld det~'4'
J7 W.4oKe o~h!.g j 4 I Ipu I .- I spe.tI Ilk s Ik ,m otnt h n~h neriwa

Y61 A d. : . . .... 1 .., .. .
.I;the ~r' ni0,:amseeylalKpltca.Ti tetl othmbl a
... :1 L ll i 1 1 i l l' I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 [ ll I [+ i
'x1"i1 t.::tk .Sei-rO Oto i0tfte.| D prm n m .,a ,o. +.~rh o iainfrr
0+ ; ;: ,+'):: 0otl r1;en; er bra~h~f he#iis~stld. heinfrece sV
"' "' lZ "P It 0'"= "'-;"'lr +"=r"'Y;II T:-'d1:: 'I' I'I _e v~ e d e or n o s o .a ott o g ta d i o o
i ,_ IL. IF;" = : - -/ : + '. ,, 2 ,A....1,9,1,
t+ ""*J r. 1 6 omm e .o LhifI'i'th rldt!dt toeaengoalyshnmnton
+ :k'.n +. :'l_+ !:- ..o To I I _-A, -. -, -F
A.|e ,, q r6;"ot ,4i-ee e Tn~ ln n on t rigvey o lpl"::I :th i te W y e ra

inMwara ?" I

lI 4tb#;tt.k evacezt sttstatsn to juptioe. The scandal Is' no longer a abouq ic why, we do not see w-
A aaWOo 2I of lurking. ipon. It aa hm wa done by the public.a
W4 "0nlt, I I0,0,0".-. advanced into the IndestructIble realm the, interview; whether he sali
p^" ". ..1'':r 1i ...' t of 7iats. Thi" belong the easme, every not, 6nles he does entertain ai
t I*QW biD .troie Ipolttlioal, grafter,.tor bloodosaoker and tion to re-enter publto life, h<
dpoa t Q*'tat eanal an Oou brlber hould behuted doW and held find nothing in the interview
Wi r WthAv get a*% hutle udes t, up for pabllo condemnatlon .. The na- cotoulddohim any !njury.
s*he f fli'tto, %#t Jeft. 4 tYbur1 Vnole tonal admInlstratlon, which happens Hi obecton to the pub
d;dy "Il A.bout exhausted. to. be Repub11oan, has reached the leaves 'the inferene that he di
I M' pos'._ r' lnt.where retreat is no longer im- ire a retUrn of public life. Ii
I4*;h. fnttleI.hnate, sdotot a poustble. It must, nolen' volens, go ooecoIusio would be that he as
lm, +*i1r. othetrn ahe4 honestly and tearlessly, or take the presidency again. To wi
Ib if*ihi+^ CIut tVhe ot. eonequenoe. L Does, the latest wouldbheaspIre? He might,
h i ~ ~~~ : 0 2 1 '
r *flS#.*I a slughter of this thing? Does it look as though the floe of governor .of New Jen
__, a ,. ik4d ,. L people of thie country ae gping to get might run for a s eat in the Se
Lj Fg ... 1.. P. ,;I
.'.:. n iii "'. t '' n .. the fao of thi matter when the "gag In the ioweI house of Congrea
t-l" L ,' -fr,, a markett of rule" t applied t6 the offlean of the. is State; but nothing has bei
im- o oll; month to prpdooer r 4partmet and no motion taken in. he about him being a candidate fo

&.-, the

what he''
. LfT F.i, .',',

r bl-Ic

r )P..ubli
1. I 0-01~

oI seem
ent for

public /

is more
.r those

r' egard
kat hoa
y ntfeer
ss more

bly un*


ly feels

1ere any
ti6n of
d it or
a ambl-
, could
w that
oeh de-
! so, the
piree to
tat else
the of-
iey; he
iate or
B, from
wn said
r any of

i Iti. temi -
+.7. P :*. *
21r*j rsdtt r
I4tO '

o .~l:, 4r\ .+
potfic sevndasl VqJ. 4ict
other r Itt Wi b) nitmw.i

fl,.to0rye iFoa~grth < tB
wi 12e.M .rr !en'l i.&n$'Ickpat$.o

C.d J, r shorauoeb mi.ttn
potofflde affairsndm dunA

,to order Fourtb Bt
make a reltlptless Invntigatioi
alleged traw.ude. The teot
when Payne returned from Po
Iht found the departmet.-in a
and wai besieged by the guilc
puat a stop to Bristow's aetivit
he was unable to doaminae Bri
actingg under dirt. oreren .
President and had already b4
nished a wealth o ftnformi
Wynne- About this time tl
dent left for the West 'nd n1Q
has returned he has been p
posse.Mon of extensive evider
ing tbit PFayue has done sm
possible tq thwart the invea
and that,the'. Postmaster (Get
even retained. in the oApaoit
confidentiall olerk" m tian
Rand4. who is band in
with the Machen orowd, v
used. his office to furt
privatp ,ends and has I
abused his; oftlolal position
remarks dropped by the ,P
Lhete isyno doubt that were bn
the eve of an election be woi
warily djsmius Payne, but the
have the courage to do, so ui
circumstances is doubtful, E
as Payne Isth0 fond protege c

The Southern people canno
ignore conditions in Ilfunoli
vanity demands that omeW.
Oheck the growing tendency I
the fu-ictions of the court he
The South as a law-abiding a
servative section should malk
feat its disapproval of the
crimeu so recurrent in Illlt
might not be a bad idea to *s
sionaries to that Stateto shows
ple their duty. Certain it is It
editionss there must -be i
They canL no longer be t
There is one remedy which n
applied with success. If ,the
newmnanerm nould be nrevatilr





hday ai LThib.dayY;<

)AY, JULY i8 1908i

.tHAT ,' Q TU,: DA f.
e s Scarcely Any change.

11.-le po

ovry of hi* rlsa aopne*
^^ol~i ed'l P w .

an4 wate4t It
i i 7 *o t att i h i*

trthOzrise.4 toi 4 e'0.)r.
S(eQed e the, wnl|.wa Nthhis
,O, the p Osti"bl*4E, w

: %*1'fully copvewd Ar'tw
lts the. wqws wyln~q wo*0.R
Be ei~ceptise of ahe *iptot of
.hdt the bIlmy, ree co
athe patient o5r664. a
a the shutt ag of nB0n*i o
atch;.b from t:-.he piaaa y e
4 latest neWs ah4 poei pftithem
eted it as -;) eantiig 11; ti
was dead, wlth noeseLtated
ipt ofhetl dntwal.
pppe prayer fort 4ihoar
on had tb~re4)faat, pa'aktng of
; of. a-n eg beaten n# wit
tp hot cole and a ll ba. h
The .opnzttff then atteri414 ,c
n .private t r

LD~geto those who


lots and

^ng P W J u g v.wy' .... ..... .. ,'.
suWh greQt ae so WM QY T
Iltt~ss, e.hlh~ltl^ng saloub Quewrred at Entertain.
srol; such po w er 9fe tnebt'* c. u .rit sin Raeh P | C onatab l*,
I *p ti bWhen Arstt Wa A pted and
Sed my band with a allight eort Fd
lookl La tFe intere tt h bright, *tter
bl444 expreeslvet eyes H we )pavilfle, Ten'Iu,, 1 pe-
S* ,ne e 14 began al from bo The -a.n
ating u a nu* $aueatlWea ; nor lsaya the U *-! .; was shot
seee *lmiot McQ Tei l.ble t tn lst n.. 't 'Constable
low$ o t aea at a sup.
waafay lt 6a. phol.inS 't. g a.rew ;?i, patt boy, who:
s n of age. a reted h mittAer t oo. i di.
4 *I' 4 started i't to put~taluin under
tha *4ii iit!t* 0* l. .. .Wap a.4 .
tih~g 4 opto kirv qie *rieatt U saw the omling andg
Sla ind alag Iopl"'4t eded to 4. kson gave
at tenc. t 'y dyg l, wa Britn enly stop,
Sbe ab o s a red to dm pistol.
4e4 efort% of te wi ~i set he could \ae cI' eapon the
il' sdshI"a Use.rh
M put a b iuhis head,
'"hp pope asked me if I h4 Mad dbalo~i .ot 3ip-briin i
wtten by a s t who tt horhas sceneof
degree in 18 4 .
'In was ver: young tc1en,' said thehNGA RLtlaAT.
o thstancw of that 'appy period e Ierlta Pt To ent er
:Aof Ily l t$e .i.' stry "
"Ao he~ng hi question testing Nsihville, Tenn., JU .-Dr. R. J.
y' studies SAd elietcabil-ty,I a'l. B15 heam, book agent C$* epublishting
sura-e y0, I was anmot redy to b- house .of the lMetht ,Ipitcop l
liove miractek. e wipg wrought Ahu'eb, south, has re d and will
,. donoeta log the po **s contitioi.e *.oi bl- home kLla tn a Ga.-
f tar Ter e-enter the miit
little bpt oa risle c! :This. announcement' come. s as
was5o great surprise to D Bl.ngham'
mAW, a'tho- :P Itreats"curprttt4 tO 1'O5tri
atg lhe tas cat' iw riends throughout the unds of the
A. 4ltitined Metboodistt church, s even An in
a t~ruggle.,b utt te g r co titxd w tion of sih ai step ipurei-, ln-
swes t .t0t. : notce f ay ne'
coe. a es s e ar year 1 f Binghaip ^ intention -was ai|s ; ttor
,0 t is ,iatio teiEdered h o

tton. but tei trett question is De w haia r n
.th. is lrelie t be stIeth:pent 'awod P e e.* te d Thisflton, 5 h5iid D m.
nent. -tnfectuntdy, ltte S '' Ry % 'tio ways aooterno te ,i
restore oi1ronatlon and the clearing I 'risbo0 om.ittee wD All h
o*fi^ the rspiratarW passages aloeso to atDr. Da1 .shtOnln hie
The dqetar declines ee tday whther6ltl t btul wDr t .e;,a. saite'
fi tis judgment the pope would have 'cgi not fwe the pu inurittee
a eaefu l end. .te .conc d ,-ne l meet,; tor ''is Duvo"* ,PA s 'he
Intervi ewby sPa ig. c d te t bee' slu e to ub e iiuiibo&te
.": he- pope is very seriously ,ll d.. ite odW l, but0t.. e ; hOw .In a01
"i. years old. "These ~ Orepo ee o es the i,.*' tibe t d
U;1 facts. All the !et- .fo o

Asked for "ope. i o. t"" o"eg '.,

i Ont s prn y for hi u sa. doe. a.t e rou o 0Al)

QNARAte WITH lRL'fS MURDta. : the tiin4MkiC'
Ate Alleged oetnsed Candy liven by e tn etY
1b iAID.o 0t t 4i:S .T- N O.
Ward wa ial-sted at Glnai.,l S Harr County Farmers wenty-
thi* tower part of 'tIttnall county, Wis' Males of do p.
ged with thei14 poisolig of Mis #a' i*ts ga, 3r?
,e .lt ,last l hdkay. stree^ss of.^ i t ?oinit qpate4 a
> aeOne e.'t irinrlr sad; t.busy s*ie, e6t as Is ouil y see
Web Were wgeta hsrt He eI.ed hr.e Q o4ber snd Nov w

Cons ble Jackaol1

Ricotlo, of Oandtlatea u o Pepaoy by
;';u .Leidltho i re,
aazAii tlhadl a long conferes0e to.
day wlthi the f inlSer l i-,t1Oil, 8-
nor ocou "mpg, inrler while Jarls4Io-
Atbout ah e v tttl rglit cle lt he^ nextz aconplave. Txe
C&thiolto power, pftaln. Pranee and
Ausria, %Um' this privllege, termed
the rightgt ot e*oIulont' which *h-,
tUe them .to the ele QtUo ot a eafdt-
tate who i 'i st e person grata to
their gover04men6W. In eacx case a
power wach ay desire to prevent
the eleoUloa o a certain o.idat putes a oarmdinal of it natUolttit to
announce the objeotlon at the 4J'
olate, but the announcement *tiuti e**0
adfe wiltl the scrutiny is going o04
before the candidate has received 1he
majority of `e required to elect,
otherwtle the p 4eat would be Ial.
14. This right has beoi, retaimldri&
extremely Important,. especilly in their
middle ages, .When Italy,_ betg .he
largest (~de4 9 action orthice, s.f
oaand Spain, the choice of a pon-
ti. was a question of supreme sinpor-
tance as hlie played a leading -palt to
their dispute. Italy l.alm- th rlihti
rterred- to as the heir of the king-
dom of the tWo etle, iMbh enjoy-
ed the riglit, but Italy did-i not 'er0ei
It In the last conotave aund mr per-.
haps find it difficult to do so ntow .
no Italian cardlnal, even among iht
who tare most oltatory, wou uw*
dertake to represent UnittLe taly,
which Is considered by the church to
have usurped the temporapl avere l 2-
.y of the papfy. Belde, Waiy*
policy cons1ita in coniderng the pap.
ay to be merely the pO*rstuao power.,
Which, einoriy .Iliner It n 1aw 'oen-
plate liberty and indepindenlce, ca
Without political Intervehtlon, 4xer*
else ;ministry Ia Rome, the capital of
the kingdom.
Portugal also cla;ma to be el.Ible

usirtia ti it' b oMth th4l .l tiV<
slaves respectively tprqve',: tii
election of PIus and Tiea X. il th
two cadmlinls, Gayruok ad
blur, de#puted or1 the task both .mW
ed too late.
The lat ttl e th right. of.,
*when pan pa"reIv*n .;- t0 ;l
titatan from ,bing eleote4 '4~ t

tinian w0ol" so 4lisap pta

l* es Jly 4, a4",3 J
*terbe4l wb qed. r a

They now tave 11e4 Andrre tt 4
ter. hOe de
*besi are oi eS
of tbeu ha,0 biwkaJwSo
lt, i tt"n n

of whVch li ontP**4f |
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Aoldwent Near SLois i stIt
DOeth of a GIt qud the SertW t
juy tof Many o ie" PatsegeI
Traline Crowded with Rmiplioiyee.

tirl waf kllted, lour waer i ol .'
Tljuved. at Iat one of who0piw$
and a. ~6or lightlyy tit ia, 1 Dm
on the Ternipial It'aiiroad aeoclta
line betweo 0rn 0. itt aS
SThe ded;i l:;i h ei t m i *

Among the ,iat ..r at.

,*oseph Stein., to bto*l1h W a*t)t
Ioat oft the, ulued asa thd
low ean : rs on te train "4 *, ,
players of the CkonweAl Obt&
company at GaUIteo ity, 11.
Wo olnameli and I M
oapany\ Seix hs:dre4 W worka'w( ;

* at h ~ o afte rnt' -ll'

of eaorneh oft the t;necities, a.0
the tracm on a smiltl trestle jut ti?^t
,d thbe hAmerion er e aP moldt
.oon paiyos shope ai t ad 4l0r on,
o oak hrolle* w overd. upon:. it i t ael
t h. ~t ln the lg'.ogo si d Ml- oix

striking the bagggcoach ot a S
se4i train passing .P the opp.ei.
direction. tbe detailed. cab was bt*i
iy aruhe"d. The C *e eadin, raifls caused tthe acldent.
It train was n.ot wreked. ,

sn! Steady at Un, ohined li No. '

!erk July 11.. cotton ana .
a*t n t basta.e p e a lted to.
*e 'qteIng was lt?*ea at us'
ias a poipti QveI
114, V'h I ..n;.to. I .. ,

ti"twed a.e : -'.i
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$he legtw I".t,*prof the"
0.n has ..:bpeu on;., the. wne,:
a.' u ''- ".A S ', '. : ..I .. U. k h a' '. '

*1 *.e *> iil I -I-M-w;W .. -V
Pa, a ur
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y Kodol
0 ttbwtaltm I. of~ Chiroal
0 troubllip -. pppsta hr

Away~~~ dow the uss' C~rn

.vrlda .i B. UgsutsflaITobt
I i ty n a a eI.. L t* m

^i e:ti r9Pew lAr,, iZeCi.OLLeUR.

an. beiiAranh -Sdgin EAR,

Occuplos h e it oa 1111mttrc
*. mesteacbi Ateound W.

wr .i.te "ev W. J .. pento. that

hfta upfet hillseds BAonrun Wet
'Quantitle. ot W llod GameoAbounl
.I .. .. A r '. a
I Away down in .thb'`welrdness (
.1,a1 6 the Lake Tstakl
region of DeSoto eouaty, borderln
v 1erglades, 4 B%- Oowd, tafornerl1
this city' has' taken up a honestt
and'!s@reslding the"'e happy.Bud
tsntoed With.his hztereeting family.
In Lthe vicinity-of this home*l
theMt, A .Tid, Jije humbers-of
Stu rkey,deer and beaL rtand IJudgSingI
the t~no0 the letters he hn wri
[frlonds here,.it is a msma11 ma~tter..ti, a little WhIe
tome' knd'-of big game..Mr..P
writes-Rev W. 3. C.arpentor ._tha
hiasl juasL-killed, a monser -tbear,
'~fnh f wichproved sweette

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jT.r.L Ti p p ,- .*
.,J;.., t* ~~r?' *fbPtlfor0 I.t! [ ,, .. TF:eNTQN ro ,o w.. Y .s-.r4&y FreiI4*pti Me
*.'b' j.' .1-., .. .p.,+ i h ,J ', > ; / _. -. .' .- '- + + .
JA ,,A reI
k i5 1 30 11, .0 i % lk ~ tan +b u e nou pn whith' a FaASir'tagrros
4,, retse '% Wet.M.wtet ,Manage..0VO
6 L k t Oe% I |,*
iJ A." h Q-.i 'rno, S 'azne school
4 0. :?LL'--" 4 .. ft I t :6I1 thise
..rII I I t". f and ... 'I I4 th weklr Thi s me ans PC
V-.~:j a rI g lrlau
';.r.: n. ii., + oun.:. *op~ea!ie- (. 4.4Jfl- +_ ,,s,,tus ntup from.. Thout- who. knowa!nytbingf about
r,- 'i P,- .. L.!le Satwiq, 4n.-. Wllliams "will Aware_. of ,. the tact _'t. ,
Atd I'L.'ilWl.

I. d^ vi tb.$-1e r baiby thniottgig.wpg
il iI rV t4Vtt r ;6 0 T$~ hMZap fThnvv ~tn ep(r t h

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oq,4 d, PUREOr4. pont0$ I

49'L3% Wlit Isaobedn
S i.:l, .... ,-< .,:! ;"-;; !~, "',+l.*i*. *,1l..i!./-I A:. from thGS -+idS tl o :.."PInty.,1 ii wher shei I.! 'm!.lll K 'll.

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;i a ,:.. -. I I., *. .B n .. I ..-o -.._.ww Colon _f nniug Lake, heo a kidule ofns ga qshe

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I, Jpg w ere
tw tafl 0" 04
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.,Ib.I ,.leave Itom orrow-tow.'..I -S. .. ... ... *1 ....,.- .I. their... .!, ho '4e ." t "" g' to '..s G i

f, :. a... .- -. h m b e n V l iT enn, g ,

'< i" .. I &-, ", 'I.. I "." I gi s an'o wit pla. Ta p aga' If"
"y ;",r "-'+ *,'ite e' sch o o M ,~i a n o r n .,', W .U ~ ~ n l u. I Il: taig t I be r a gr g t

,,. Iir .i~ e ,. l i~ h .] t e .s... 4.JL.I tr end -I.a .e thI *a k *le
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it I a- 7- -.iW

,;v %'1b;h.b" oU:,4,. : .* ".. I ,._.,.__u__an__g a aie a l
,:,7, e l;l e e ,/ 5 o!. .td ,:i ]1 */. "4 '4 $.- .4 4'".th& Jennin--Lak M o d t -- ., '' ,~ "t e nr~l eth l ette r future'0.
0.r. t ..1c I
-44 .d Iq IYk 'L g t e '
C art r I tunv e d Bti izdr w !f o r V ort hi to toa0 f t l t h s t a h
0 J ,IS pgweee tgI P t 4 QM S ,, .n J .Ii.t o .., b e e'6po.g:Ita d-
I~'.k Ir h J a g e d til e t e a m w e ll.-

;= =,rI =' %m : = I a t = T b ot + == i I = s.' = P E"Q f K e f l oyII== i =' I = T h t i mat eh #~b i t i m g t h ,l a t t N w= dy. =
),9) !4 G w I -i4t $'U ft. $ .ivn.W o k s Bthoo.,o I7 i an t hi n g in C o n n e t w it h!

v :gs. y ,, I E'tn 5Q4.Pit*4ee~ L M beur!l n t .,a n n, ,. .,.. _:e"Ito witf t lhis that's~ t~ Ih
'lk; =4M t.Iand'M rsI'W .I M eIlroy of.u rn Jud -yoro
L ".';,t:IV 1Lil aaC al, 44A "L. c ar .t -d

!.:;,,..,.,, .. .-r ,..-: -.-.,,. J.. .. er y a ewa oro nghon ol.-

e,- ebr .10_ P.-Fal/liftina lilw,t ro o J- .in,- ,

Arthr, :.hy.

as orippled,
the there

^stpngt tpent,
bae ball
when\. 0.1)c
There .i no
it sunasbed.
led jfle 3a'r-
S Itself.
hie premisesi
will be a
ie next fewt
Me mawe, to
arranged a88
etb tarip rob-
LJ make ar-
lesvtlle and
the Tampa
on, together

the opinion
bh a strong
I j....h l._-.i._i--o hr-*i i. ]
ItA j owing
S team has
minre r duz.
e ha* i mane
There werw
the organ I-
con.trol, and
In the team
a bad deal
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Mcliwakin, -a. a .il'.port, f
inene, Appointed to S od
eager Mcentbur-1eam Will S-e
a Ne players. '
&cc4ouit ,t preparing business
tl, McArthur, prudent of
4;!atern League and manager
S(t 4lal baseball team, -has e-
latstsr. He will retain his
g las 'president of the league,
anidi opes to bring that'orr.
joAs,_" safely through the- dark,
!iyhi have been overhanging
j tfes for the past few d .yVC. "
ifor business reasons that be was
#elied to tender his resignation as
Itroe." Realizing that the Iposition
lpedl moieA.time than he was enw-,
to glve'it, and having 'the inter-;
a team at heart, hlie deemed. .It
place a mnan in the position who
'Ovote the time to the work.
i.ianagement of a ball teastt iis no
.It, ie properly -handled/, rye
SManager MeArthur, and we.
he is right.
el. cwaine, a young' manor who
'tiastji.e in the .national,, -gme
"^ Isaclso very ambitious in behalf of
til siicesi of-the Oak Halls,-.has- been
oi nted manager to Bsueed McAr-1
i.Mr. Mcllwaine states thA- he is-
qiii to, have a winning-tea.m or
"'sti"'and immediately went to work
-ibltMe matter of securing a few new.
4yti'who will be here in time for:
's game ..
iltar Young Express Messenger
nThee ..mmeroub friends in this city of
Ropa&H. Livingston will no' doubt
0ii,"tkrprisped to learn that he has
Oed the ranks of the benedict, hav-
,taken unto himself a bride in the
person of Miss Bertle Goodman. f St.
ingston is one: of the: onost 'fe
s and most valuable miieM4engow
61e nploy-of-the Eot -eai ix ress
,| .I He has been. in the service
i pany.or several' years, and,
Itkinwn in this city, haig for
ii e acted as messenger on the
Si i eten High Springs and Ro.-
e |clie when the position allowed alay-
- vet' of several hours in- Gainesville
ae is a young man of sober and
S [bttsirois habits, and is held In the
I x, Oseateem by those who knew him
as wel|, as his employers.
$ i Vartiouiars of the marriage have,
i'Ae ee ived, 'but the information of
l t u pttals came, through-ua reliable
o e, meaoii, his rriemiS here yes'

-i. .Lytingeton is. now running be-
pen 3'ckeonville and St. Petersburg,
w ae learn that hig home wil :be at,
latter place. To the happy young
le he- Sun, -extends most. 0ordia
gre ti and wishes them unbounded'
ro rity and happiness. "
Catarrh of the Stomach.
ohen the stomach -itA overloaded ;
ahihen food is taken into it that falls
:digest, it delays and inflames the
ucous membrane, xuluing the]
rves, and' causes the glands to +e*-
arets mucin, 'instead of their natural
.ice -of digestion. This ia relied
strh of the stomach. For yeats I
tred with catarrh of the stomaob.
ttsed by indigestion. Doctors and
lolnes falled to benefit me until IX
O. 'lDspepsia Oure.--4. B.
a i^ pell,.Tew. Sold by .. ,:*1
*A Plqenasnt Party:..
Thursday afternoon, as her @oo-
1e home on ast Qs hureh tre*r ,
J,' N. Votch in a tost hotgltaide
Iever' manner eusterta5ided ihe
'ntf mbers of the Orpesa i0*
y of EKavassagh Mqd
afternoon w#Map d ta *

i*Ious -
only oh
kaix beei

pRi.QthQaMtM # T JA A TAXEt

ahasn Q4ept.d ha Dttion t irst tay-- evy n q
evH im that aH SeI 4 al gtnel baa n teetig 17 1were Agreed s a pWrSoedp at rad

1sro ba t kideay ti oofat. y miwen m-a
b~l.s .,d Brenht fre'byiat l. ,ta aors Ahd nO, a 4 Bell, 14Z fo e t r

^l^'ayto" liver obldrie Thoma f c h erm. n peg e P

juhssthe^meyyiae e ta h eamie, .pzooeeded Thi it.ii. tth hi-
.isreN ha povd ol'-+", s>':.'+lpon murder, hat the minito wif taxihe ueio
.ever',capthat. asecial a m'oeting were approved 't? hout reed-

ad by wet ald revy be ,.ade on all l- 1,d por- the Tinds of Soue People. "
doulrulsaate solid by all Good (ru' glata soal pr operty assessed in Alaohua
Don't makeanyuistauke,bit/ rememm" oty for the jear 190 tUDGE WILLS WILL DEOIDE
r jie aine, S i or ota tat tax, i ; county )-
NR mn N '.. oand e e botss, o o tanlmlill; ;ounryx proper, County Commissioners Refuse to Pay
..03 .X o ra, ay-,L 4 ..milt e and he Foe, Which. Resulted in Man

F AW NO BRANCH damof Proceetoings ArpIt tHe
That a ien tax of ty per cent Board-Matter Before Judge,
Cult MAN HIS .C- : ttSte license La levied tnd A very impooLf.ft eas whloh wIll pIrn-
oletedon ll licenses iued by te tre the Opunty Boards of Public
"1/**^':1 ..... '-- ::",.. ... tax oolleotor of Alachbai,. Qunty, anid Inatruotion throughout the State Is
serious Accidt ear Mi of that a poll tax of one dogl. be levied now in the hands of His Honor Judge
and collected. from eahOland every Wills, of the Eighth Judlolal. COlrclt,b
Br.itkey& eS,. yale peraot in Alaehua dunty over fpr decision.
S: -..:,.. '"the age of twenity-one yeirn and under Tne question involved is whether or
itRUCK VIOTIM IN OHEST the age offtrtydtre yearTof:age. not the Boards of County OomInl8sion-
-. .- Whereupon, the board ad.4ourned tiun- ert or the Boards of Public Instruction
AlsioBrqke AnArm--eath Was instan- til Tuesda ) morning at i0o'oclock, shall be required to pay the fees and
taneous-Name of the Vnfortunate .Tuesday, July 5.--Thei'board met commiisions of county treasurers upon
Victirt Oould Not be Learned-Was thiaday pursuant to adjotarnmnnt of monies handled by them belonging to
Buried at Oyril Cemetery. onday. Present: T. Thoas, the public hohools.
nfraio r e chairman; 3. Damper, T. C. Bry. There is a great diversity of opinion
In formation reached this city yes- ut,PQ.K G am~ey. on this important subjtwet in the va-
terdayto theeffeot that white ma The meeting being oaled to prder riou county throuhoU h tte
Employed as a tmberinan at the miii board proceeded witlythe regular In some counties the treasurer is pad
ow Brinkley dioatneg, OYr.I, Was kiue- s b. by the County Oimmlsuioners for this
whkle in th& diao ge oty, has duyf byl j service. In other counties he it paid
failing limb. It for officers' salaries, comr- bythe Behool Board, and nisommnopi-n
he o 3Lrtuie mitrl n ha ed pted e .and sandrl s-, aggregating tiea both boards refuse to pay. The
to fe-ll atree, whih lod -iged against an- .Q -,, be paid from the various latter Is the situatrioh In Alachu* eomm'
oliher. In disodge:hwe ty, each board contending that ,the
tree a limb wasmbroke, and fell, t. iablls for fees in orimlnil cases, other should pay these fees
aing the man in the chest, breaking a. g atpg 2.41, be paid. A few days ago Treasurer Rober( ons
arm and killing im instantly. Tha funds be ppropriatedftor road filled a mandamus proceeding against
The name of the unfortunate victim wok fo0r".liyiiggregating $5 the Board of County Oomrmls'ioxieg,
0uld4 not be leariSned. He was buriled That. the .cntrlot .heretofwr. "eist- to compel the said board to pay hhs om.
S* eeete. t unty Coomaision- missions on school fmnds handled by
MEETING TURPENTINE MEN. ,stindNA. allot for the .ease of hlin, and the matter was argued before
.t -'hperaor- F *oAl t ountyco en4itsto be tanIlferred Judge Wills at Stiarke thi week Phia
Naval Stdres Operatore i Al c t utton Ponphate Ooorpany., *It l 1 an t amiable one,. bing brought
tions convened In Gainesville. hat W, Knight bt paid i.t of the solely for the purpose of obtaining at.
A hiestingof naval stores men from fine a id fortelture fund th4 -um of judicial decision updn thih ii nstot
alU seetlons of Alaohua, Marion an d 0.9 bo thIe amount pql~gin the tied queetio". lhe deoltlon of Judg
ey cnies was held hi ty ase of W ht apella the Wil however, will stbllih an
yesterday, and was well attended. M. j of Piptda., aspellee, i nhtleh a portant precedent which wll ha.W6
The meeting waes ealed t by -H,: A. i.i tri 'w g e great wellh throughout the Sttiitt
McOann of the Consolidated Naval Wherepon th board adjoIrned uon- the settlemet of the question n another
Store Compiany of Jacksonville, who (i. We n4 'esde rorn1 i ng at 4i look. counties ob. .. r e..
came-before ,h ohperaibrB toraeo dlacusn Wdnesday, Jil 8.-The 3-cfin4l eel.. Robt. D eavil represenit4
the I 1ptfalatlonb qf the tank saatWeTS
ste..b....the f r t ta of CouS0 y Commissioners met this Treasurer Robertson in the preste l*
colsem, but from Ith ifs.nformn nation dthat d a ariuant so adjoulrnmeset o tion of fthe ase, and Gal. 2 A .
ouldmbe .Methnt d Mr. I an hida not T day. Present: T. F. Thpas Thrasher appeared for the County
mires them greatly wit. the idea, hln ;. enler, PF ... ..ommisdober.
*bout.*a664mlow,:Oonislo ,
ested -ehytm. 0.. Rrys aplor, f"c completed
. ht'e -Of''thuam m se,. T, H BOL d .. Jo onI The deison will be looked fwi

-* s entieL of the operator Themeeting being called t rder great interest,
seemed to -be that they preferred to the followg business was tr te Pittsburg Machinst. May trb~ie.
retain thet own product. nabtlil sthip- brderedal .. Pittsburg, 10-. l Vv- thodi-l
ped to market, thus controllng the Thhat wereas, P. T. Hollowayis P. machists of Pitteburg; ay be fthsr
T stealsg roeulmnted tol little f Bln arost Jr., W. T. Cannon, 3l,4 out of employees tomorrow. l
yth gI .O, b een, H. W.Oheiy,alW. L e, 8. Lr. the aMction to be take T ailti
sl. bar, ri, e J maseta of 1o al
Ap -.RV xl INt COBA. Porvts, 0o. W. Rabotrn". Atift ". e m o iw a t
FSptaiThddnd FamUy Have a hSafc uOlSa L. illags sab hil tsie a m rt ballot a
antd Pflant o ,rny P .rom Florida. lbing lomplied *itI the req il tate a meeUtig toc be held ing sI n
theagbiold ofIi to o the laWt:, that .eachi be aidu The vrote 1 i .o .oe wIswethet.

the e.*' ed*t Todd satd fm ha permit so owna sia earsy a Psup tor accept the offer bay the maag
1 b#b 11ie abeob two j rlo o two feeas from thlis t of a .7 per "'dob I*trea
.f4t q 'sehqoefor That agpess, Z1 N. story a 4 W. o1i4d fo. thetr de:s. o t,:
M tle st hedes. ESI eseah having compi*.s with facra0se.______
W teqeieaetts it the law, t4l d ik 1
be 4tuRtt ufeErRekr e
...t .. at m"or a o ew owa, Ji

MI1 OWl0JI 0. Rior
::. omouhieda.dalrawJu'y i0., pipbOM
b .itloi# fio buplraptcy proceedl up
,: the ap'nt.ianest of a receiver theJ
been4 k the waited Statesf
"' .0p o~rt here by creditors san I A& opgit@
ef~khats ap~potfted a bs krfeg (to $3*2
I Ownas o ise is I S

Ch. A, O

Sand -Ar.reasteds
turned to HI We n'
Trouble never ecoti w 6ll0 at16-
This seen partieailtVfrn 4 a
erenoe to former Jdustine oft$
Tim Bailey of Newber ryiwhoi
wrapped in troubles fto' 4e a5
days, and as rapidly as h iA t
one hd is covered byanotilh
A few days ago Mr. Ba'ilj
veeted upon a charge of breaking ,
entering, the charge k,.ing pAt Rl
by J. D, Guthrie, a' saloon man, t.w.-
.alleges that Bailey entered his plit
by ripping off a board and' tqok'tPr
the store quantity of whisey.. .
Mr. Bailey was brought'.thoiL"-l.I
where, before His Honor Judgoe. 4 '
soll, le waivtid examination and ga4
bond In the s imot o$5O for his appears
ance at the 4extt term of tlhe ct' !
Rourt. He was it inedlately'releialiti4
but-no sooner had he re"aohd 'ai
4tha he wa again -arrested, br6ou
bak to GalnesvIlle ind forced t4o..ui
nilh another boniid to keep the ,",45.e
This warrant was asio lis ued at th
stigation'pf'Mr. G(thrie:. .
Mr. Balley doom nOt w wlI
the saloon, but dc)elartes..a Itt sI ;
with eutharleo's knowledge fat01i a.
.He says he de:e not -.mi 1l'i '
trial, and he proposed to ma
sational case out of it bWformaettete*t
have ttalshed, with'it. .


a t

hit of a n ei att 10
'e" n t fry 1.
I M It, IZPSt iA .

O"e. ain the 36he 4tor ofr.
OAUO ON0.It t~t i~t, o lyeoInd pa
1. Owl lil .". in i a ir
(m ai seei?1a dai? t I. 'q

.0tv?"s riml ofrA, Mhot i t(bwocor" uftlt r toOtt,
Vl dWipo. ot .rac ;,f'.

~SwIt- tvied tt uon an d e bet r, Wt1d.: o ,:.:,-
A.. e)wh.'Drftdii oimne onainpo : :O ."

.In the o Ow W ost t(or 1 4) 111
lDb ,l 1here t o.e o .t:

rldbe ploe, paroe or tract of
n d ( < betlntr in ie ouMnty.o o :f ;

Pto ai or i t l, a- l e1 m e.
slo 'D t o"wltx O3ttalr A, L"

S a!w t,- N. &o a wui f

^*weisv e, Vla,. June i, 10.i

shieeby ivn tbhn i, of
I 4 4 she cOpmma t q, eIS^ nage ^Wu K ,fged



a'. of iI~*tbois.
t4ofiKw t-4#%



do, afta
I.. 41 I

ad JI
^r 4

' ,r n o asiz : to.a. W: -
ry^,t, a c lever' young .. mast
n py, arrive A I4n the Oty yes .

44The Suy an r e hetioAll. -'

passed th 'th7 city "ester.
p. route t6 Go llatwii' theyr will

4, th~ fr tihe purpose .of h
daltoal '9to. 'While here she
e. eL yncth l
a Walton and hs t"@ot, wished

E~Pd r~us, which iS
a~ -4ilAt he is a pro.

i. H. all, for the.ipast #,hr 01+
eficiept salemeo t* th New
ket,- has naeptediapoititon at i
Wli's.. and assiaumed his dil
$ay. There ate tIner eti
m.!ore widely knowiat
i6U andl w predeS that he' ,
trade w.ith him. .
-Wosupieotf days spent in 1
ahe Board of outantv Ot0

1. vre'itng $ls o i6y.,
cgiame fo..e a )tt*-
pse il.a t.g a speti.g of tureae.

M^;&i 'Ages tsr ,nei: ifte airef
rbust t tt 'rent,
day. Mi|a etoier, Who ithsb one of
Alhtn6al n Wofoucenets young
s46 bbl fn the West Znd.
Mt*. S. lA. W~ebste and accomplwsed
Thursday for Rrunsw.k,. from whence
$)'wil~ pil vii Mallory Line fori ew
ork, h vP.peee to spend the *ie
nitder of t, eummo plant
Iwith rutiY tosAe their old home, Om*.
maer, YerusrOb#
Misses .b pa d Luelia Qoidhahu of
*orth Qatp^ thi have returned fromo
:'inst'irl^, where they* have been.
ireoAViog aintrotilonu in the art. of
reItoung tjatVt. v Miss, luth has'
accepted a position in Tampa. and ex.
peats to make her departure for th
South ilorida metropolls In a tewW
,ayS .,1. :.: + .
John Hare ~oacooma was among the
promiinentrukeorsm and orange grow
er acrt tovthat setio. 'who visited the
county opital yesterdayy. *Mr. Hare
hat, one of the p -ettlest and most
thrttty- orange groves it Alaohua oonA
sy, fUourwhghthhe expects to gather
several handred boxes of chooe fruit
next season.
Sse~ri l. Wae. of -.:Bronson, Leviy
county, one of th, xnost competeatt
oleerw In State> a in i s. the Oit* y
for A abort taite yateaday. :e was
eOu *te m a bbanks, where he-
taken, a plsiA~e. Abe Howar
, ted In tle Ml ionald's ooiit
P"ond for the lareny of a sa4.
f a owai sienten.e i s ninety

'a eew oneL i fualse of Mrs. Steenxa
4,fll '(aineertIle i be
g oleara thatsil leha pasqsd a

ii the l-ctet0 Yay e,. '4
tm Irgeld wb ee abe

re. W N. Wison ad: a;
e Misi*R.Jtte1departedi
rmonlhiere theyg. eSXo
ero tie. hoex 1 9e few 4
Wilso aiwhd a haisd9e e
bie ceottag0 at thalt -fa
'at *t .. .....* 'i

reson of Graham, a iemw
in of WAion Bros.,
al stores operitto,
rest young mien h
Ansaetilg businue in this
Mr. Willia on state
now mailing plenty: of
$t1j asmue the priOe is

i$ est Florida ot -ibunesiis.
h ,ihtvh oi tu m, it '
ning in '^^lruttt ea

te water
!t N txaow rowded withi peoi
ftont'otiotl the QoaItry who
ratiou' ies. ... Co .so. states
|tfisHA^ ea re of p 'al tchroniie
GoarelS *f s tti r!waimfhVpe*beg.
ied 4i s ra^to '.he spring is

;brot|4f1lss Olein HIapton of

P.Prom 4^wV .Dqil Sta
i i ii.f Rocky Point was ;p :Vi
itor .o.tids j a rili. Wli y liats of ALait- u' Is
o t brief' to relaeties bi this ity.
ogt ly4es o- Windso.r was among
t 5e'ittoio vititore to this sity yes,

r4,d ..
MHon. i. Ras :ey .of Wasc~ootae
wet a vsltor to the county capital yee-

nle ^lo :u.' :.f.'.i .....aa lee :'was
mentiii de s4 tl ItI ~alt .- outy. cp1i-
aal yesterday .

S&o' twe d, maooietla, es b
Olfdf .+o '::eWiJ
t4iiin e l te!adnsg I e i.t
i, ; Si.ll.en

itl leY. .. i l
Mrs. Walter tog 4 of Alh a pas
eed through the ity yesterday n
te to o hvWan, ##oi'ie she willt'
4i'iit fiends tort e '' days.

J)nr, to Mr. and M,, 3. ,. Haile
U60,A a Thursday o nring, a b right,
itnpoi d boy. Friends are eztid- ,
g ~iehrty con~tgrel OtioneW.

She wr; e^n rote rhoni ftom# Paltkia
wher, she hasi bee 0iitPlaig
ft* the past ftw as
ak a la rto er trrll i. hambeOi,
iltmoph n 4^ 1 lets, They ii-
vlgpvate thO *& aid the lgestion.
I te te and pree ,
touh liaill tts. sb ly all rgists

o leor t 1 st Orange seet b
i.... ), PhilipS -s progreslat;q u
lyo the plastere hao* belng engaged.

contact eight lWo~, and will be lhe
,of the most :n n, zt and modern in
the city.

Spubigs brbo this eity yesterdaf
3qok Parkrt 'va bounail ovew by
tely.a sponet now bae Eereabest.
ittotaglto seithtf b q tredebote f h
t00 he will beagggpkt4 lat paisoan uattl
t thil grBnd Jort on tenad aopen tin

thee ty. of thie *. Zi4asae hy
postmonhe-y 5 4td h#M psref44nh
(Mers I. It. oflui Gal

:, aq 1nwo rw.r ua fiwwior a' .t. h
. R ey, pop iter a eo
wereamngtlievislpr t teheuiity
eiis P Zats gtin of0i jald," ,one of
th'0ott ?poauzl; youtag'ladleW' of that'
seeftt I *tti Mrs, Fletcher
nHIll I i, thiso6 t1, '. :,

tilS' eooa .zi ie

oMr. aod Mros...en ~isenge on and
o n 4eirteT yesterday Whit
where'' w i rocupevr
atJ..e W.tniglo ao ress athe, nex

GeoraZoe olee ocgint was.
o e0,e a yeste o+ro Whi:
at .,ilbtoncel f theraiB, n

ewae: money en "hebks, from
ste l. A6oker of ooele was
among the viaitrs to tis o1yI, T6e
Joii ,Iabeen iliuttioteid for ome timei
f llderd in : a Ago.rou sodiiion. is
rle a oweer, wilh be grated at.
th4 fpfrman that he isJ Improving
47nis1*y be all riht it a fe days.
R r Llvingston 61 Fernanuilna
is listh city to a brlIe viole to her'
d -ghter, Mrs;. G eorge Lynn.
Mae. LivIgitopn is :well known in
Ol y triy and H:etion, .Her father
Sfoma9 Biy yeast the pioneer
*temtoat QOapOaiu ion b he uwannee
.iveri,;where he enoyied. a great popu-
larity for many years'.
.W. l. Steikert returned to his home
in this ;iety yesterday ronm Alachua,
where ihe has been on business. He
states that Alaehus is progressing fine-
ly, commieroialy .and Otherwise, and
that i.s rapidly coming to the front
a the s eoind town of the county.
There are. great many l: handsome
briek stores a nuonber of while h have been completed, and, whioh
ale stoi kd :with a great va-.
riety of good. The streets are being
paved, d altogether the town is
lothe" In a Uobe of great and permaw-

':*,maliox in C.ubatown. a-
town, in the northeastern seoation of
the eityi but inasslh as the oCase is a
very mild one and the patient is rap
idly recovering, no fear of the spread-
lug of the dlles*e It entiolpated. As
soon as ihe mioe was ApprriseL, of the
elsttenoe f 'A tie disease a special meet-
ing of tihe Otty Coonil was held and
guards estitahled aboot the infected

wi).r McKinstry's List
The *llowit s*ubsoriptions have
tbeen tanede to tRs. J. r. MeKiustry,
tor te Zirbyi monument

'..o..l w .., A. .. '. ra .
.. ...... ;-. '... '1
k:V' .. ....g.

: ?' "' h .,, ta .

.^ ,.:Al lh . .


of ochoolifs and( Tranortatot
p~ile,? p04 frohi this address' a J't
d :al of inforiati9n i1 ntdlpaed, A
rI'e meeting will be attended
many of the moat promise stb;
olorQofI the coulinty, and"-It;. is
lated that a: great deal of good wflIip

Mrs. A. M. Wood Passes Away AIy. .
:an. IIlnes of Several Months.
.After an Iilness covering a.pirloO
seyeral' month Mrs. A. M.,os
Irkwood passed away at her.. h6
Kirkwood at 4'o'clock Saturday uoy
ing in .the sixty-third" year. of her i
'Deceased has resided in this seq' p
for many years, betingone 'of tht
eat residents of Kirkwood. She,
member of the Baptist church, a7ii
to a few months before ohert i1llestE
an 'active worker in, the aise'0of Ohrfst.
Her husband' preceded her last' year;
being at the time of his death eighty-
three years of age.
Mrs. Wood was a native of New.,
York State, and has no -relatives insr
this section. '- : 4
The funeral will be held this. after."
noonand the interment will be in the'.
Mioanopy cemetery,. -
Five Negroes Given Six Months Each
by Justice Forston at Newberry.
Deputy Sheriff Liviqngton arrived in,
this city at a late hour yesterday with
five negroes, Ranaom Merry,. Warren
Missouri,' John HIowe, Rosa James and
Ella Missouri, whowere arraigned Iti.
Justice Foraton.s oOurp at Newberry!
Saturday and oontvfted for vagrancy. "
They are professional gamblers, loa"rs
and lwd cter, nd were .-sen
tenoed to ierve Six months each in thn
county "gang." They will be taken t
the mines of the Dutton Phosphatse
COompany today. '
S The Fines are Straight.
In referring to the artl1le in yeste.4 I
day's uon signed by MeMinn in r e-
.gard to oines imposed .upon blcyaelV
riders, Marshal Pinkoson states thatl
the article apparently throws lg1|
upon him. He requets. us to sta*e4
that in the ease, of an arrest wherh
bondis given, ais in the case of thi'i
author of the article, the bod,. fee:
74 ceats.h The costs to tho arresting
ofeeru is 61.25, and to the mayor abs
his *rti'es.1,.21, hente when a i
of *2 sad eiqatais p impose 4'Itneiae,
aggregate of 6. ,

mayor In hi eaee iould base
Sthe 61 in he

ThefamilyofMrsM-a. ahthe
Bargerton, Tan., saw *herd4
were powerless to sae her.
skillfal physaleaus aad
aed, tailed while '
.lowly but surely tAlx h
m O it. .

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