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
Publication Date:


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Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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Source Institution:
University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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aleph - 002027045
oclc - 32993937
notis - AKL4635
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4:o atoi w ih e'ed a 17

On ea IBe sIt ot t: lo ao

I^.lb the gilty o ar h. T o .

ear w ie being uepione by
tlr eiged in t Ve statio a has nigt,10
~ I Andnand se nedme; psomn,

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64,leas awhealys repoed as a
''to the o tlAbout ,ix-
'h the me i olaed ;o

ean fooSdabotkrd ,Lino .-depot lby

a t sneed, tor life imprisonment,

year. He wai ilwayo regarded as a
t-; f ofCa the stmh:. f 0 omaIch, .
S hen the r'tontl h is. overloaded
t Aen food istken into iat that-fail
digestit decaysl and inflame. the
zemowis membrane, exp0Solg the
S N a and ,auses the gland. to o e-

insr llin o OicestntKdnd of the. natunth
S' lAteslto. Th i
St of the stoi mah, For yea.
o When dhe bstoanh is overloaede

dsee:d by t : dlges to Doctors and
r, ak fa Ilad t o na t me until I
Oata f ityea S of Cure. na.N. R.
h-ft o' plh e atr, a T h'. old by .ao .
l eto itodecs toeeafiomeo uthe
n "i g .. spep- ia. .o. e... .
...:.:..THE NEWS So l bF yJ.HER.
,- m m n .. .. tp mn. .
ei-in iat;oi f o. f Siner, KM P.-Other
m o tee.of Da I
A IeO 14i4 -ZGibo. The entertainment
N a he 'town hall'ondlast Tuesday even-
Iiais.averyenjoyable affair. 1uite
*l pmNamandi rerMshmtents were
24 the-'mtf the lose.,. The proceed will
Ie twoadis pooaithi6ing Pe hall.
at'V row' nwenthto'lads City lasted
Sit ia i -eet.ii'dQtArcher L ied e No.
*, ,of ,P-.- Satuida* _nigtli, the fOl-
)ol^ tta o~flfcIt -p l or .the
^B^ njstttng tertt^ W. H Poel,- 0.h l.-!
SW.- Ma^, V4 O,-t i 0."M,.8tplasn.
itelats jas. Skiner, M. of W; .
iod. o of b .., f.s DeNM..
'H, H. tbbonsQ .. 0 ;" ;.' :
I.i. iePat, ,:d cimldreu ad
Z!tI:ellie Treessvant of Meuphis.

oi % Scotbtng Syrup ha


Sermon y Ra y u P. HIburn-Other
Matters of General Interest
hinp*, Stay 14.-Ztev. 3. ?. iii -
birn t oa, th facial aget of
the ~iorida Con'ference I enlfnary~ at

object unday evening. being
"Oh'l an Education."' le was pan-
rc t ehur tw. years and dur-
t h time hem friend
Z.g MIr.J.P ete. preah Oth

re*,l fi.ehere for a .ferw days thi week.,

JA. H. hiotty attended the Bryants
an kson wedding at bGainesvil. e. P.
Lear nMnntgomery paid Gainesville
at:v ee0':'. 414vn Uh -. e here, Sunday

*."t et nday evening beng.

dtiok of Edaciks tonvielle is pavi

3.H. Mo t moved froms ethe Katznd
place to thme house owned y Mrs. .P.

after by Thos. Mooredle, which insures
it being done right....
The. friends of Miss Gertrude hitty
have entered her tenP e as a eand date
for world fair fot sfionee r fiQm this
district, and would be thankful for allt
the otes get d for her. "She is
the aooomplished daughter of our
ptelow townsman, E. Mrhitty.
Some oft our enterprising dayitins a.e
trying to induce the Bell Telephone
Company to build into urtown, paired and
in Thf suess rowns theingr effortsoked
we oan converSe with or frien ds in
the Central her. We trust anddaof our
oitisen. will help in this unde taking,
dforitst, a grea conveniene t beor -able
to tllow tow a sman in .other cittyies .n

business. o It will also be a great help
In advertising our town to the outside
world. mpany tobuld nto urwn and
the prohe Bo Worm Medicie. o
H. Po. IKutf pe, druggownt,. elghton,r

A la., writes: "One of my customers.
had a cover which was souick, and threw
utiep all nft will hI fCould rethi undrtak nothing on its

ftorat ha great bouhveniene bottf ale of
White's 'Cream Vermifuge and It
brouhtt p 119 worms from the c ildties
It's the boss worm medicine in the
world. -Whitel's Cream Vertifuge
is also the children's tonic. It. im-
proves their digestion and assimula-
tlon of food, strengthetns their ner-
vou system and restores them to the
health, vigor and elasticity of spirits
natural to childhood. 256 at Johnson
Bros. -

People of East Gainesville Keeping Up
With the Times.
The people of East Gainesvitle are a
progressive, hardworking set, which is
being demonstrated by the progress in
that section of the city. Several new
and elegant buildings have recently
been completed,-while many others
are building, and altogether there is
an air of general prosperity.
Mioanopy street from Alachua
avenue sout) has just been opened,
which will prove a great convenience
to those who reside in the vicinity of
the Odd Fellows' Home and on lo-
frosta, ^Iaohua avenue.

[ Our.s Sciatica.
S *Rev, L. Riley, L. ID., C-0ba,
I Y ^ork, writia *"Ater0 fifteen
dayo*fexoreoiatiatag pein from seatois
ri fl:tuuft aa>udervarions treatment,

''.^^;A~tl&;^^ nM A d U. eLc,**"W-~i.1. sad eau^f.bAt-^

tt, Ma.,. oe -,it w. ', :

ih '6f. .rPding ,M ; generallyv giv4;. bl,

s been' my; iaftortunte/, on-'
;t(i~tst,4 e senato' from Mariton, "to
tk is place on two oceasios with
; m 11 teax. f I came on ppri t
ital t there was no prospect untl

feared away. s .aq examip.eyester-
4ai afternoon I asked the ma gager' of
this hotel, who, by the wae is an affp
iei, gen al fellow, to send up a pitcher
fiye '.Water .to" ,
''"Anm sorry, sit but all my boys have
gone to the ball game;" apblogetically
replied the manager. ,
S'Icontented myself with a refresh
ing drink from the'office cooler. "Hav-
in g jbt alightedfTrom a dusty train I
thought I might feel and look better
with. a shave, a shine and 'a brushing
offend' 'accordingly. .'wended my wihy
ta the nearest barber shop without i
arvl, i'-the piaoe was' closed and a
uilarinu flacard on the door announced


to10,, 4'

(wise, headale. gowtipipth
Sbkesab. pnerd dsb~ltSf,* soup rn-
0Mt trrb of the stomach rens
qto digteiogPo, Kodol cat I
tndi'o6 b~Thi t n hw fia s MOU"S
h"!e Z at In bo4lh stmah
ooJi^. ^'i^'itBubgtss.tlwi^ *tonich:.

l- ciw^.\dUra ^not only cure lin.,
46* ewel toa troubless by.
cleaning.ny puzrifying, sweetening and
strengthening the mlaous mnesmbranes
l Unig the stdnmch. "
jw^^;''^^ ."

oiv X40 #Sit to tht sh and
tr i tlb to th t Wekl.
BDotlteiv. 8500' Sla hokloft 2m times, which s0 lfar o40.6

that thetonsortial artists were enjoy- |, Ol .
Ing an afternoon 'off at the -baseball .. ... ...
park, To make a -long story- short- I 4 _COLLU*.
visited every tonsorial- establishment *. r .. .... .... -.
in town with the same result-they MEETING SCHOOL BOARD.
were all takingin the ball gane. I
I tel you, boys, there's nothing Special Sesion to Take Action on Im-
like it-and the mostgeerous part of portent Schaol Matters.
the whcle businesss' when you fellows A special meeting of the Board of
get liked it don't 'discourage you, but Public Instruction-was held at the of-
you go right ahead the next day, con- fle of Superintendent Holloway
fldent that your team is going atoe do Thursday, the purpose of which was to
the thing to the Queen's taste that act upon some important- matters
time' smilingly concluded the Sen- whiah would not hold over 'bntil the
ator as he shifted his cigar and went next regular meeting in August.
on diesussing another topic. There were present Hon. R. B.
SWeeks, chairman; Hon. T. A. Doke
Elegant Pictures Free. and Superintendent Holloway.
.O'Donald & Satnders, with charac- J. O. Newberry, who has the con-
teristio energy, have entered into a'n trkqt for the erection of the public
arrangement with a picture enlarging, school building in High Springs, and
establishment which Is going to prove who agreed to have same com-
a good thing for both themselves and pleased by July 30, asked the board for
their customers. By special trrange- an extension of time until August 80.
ment with this house they propose to; Upon motion the board granted the re-
give away to every customer when quest for extension of time, provided
purchases reach $15 one of these hand- the same be approved by the company
some pictures, life size, in colors or which is acting as surety on his bond.
plain, with the provision that the eus- The plans were drawn and submit-
tomers will be required to pay for the ted for schoolhouse for colored pat-
frame. *- rons at Coleman, near Rochelle. The
This same work is being sold through-- specifications provide that the build-
out the" country at $6 per picture. The ing shall be 18x28 feet, with two doors
workmanship is so fine that Mr. Saun- and six windows, all material to be
ders upon his recent return from Con- firt-class
necticut brought photos of four of his There being no further business the
relatives, which he proposes to have meeting adjourned.
enlarged as presents. *
Samples are oh exhibition at the The Foundation of Health.
store, and the attention of the ptblio Nourishment is the foundation of
is invited tp the excellent quality: health-life-strength. Kodol Dys-
A uical eration pepsla Oure ls the one great medicine
A Surgical Operation that enables the stomach and digest-
Is always dangerous-do ,not submit to ie organe to digest, assimilate and
the surgeon's knife until you have tried traneorm anltoodi Ito the kind of
eits W h aeSle tw transform all -foods l*to the kind of
DeWhen Wieryh Hael alive. It illhas blood that nourishes the nerves and
oure when everything else fails-rthas feeds the tissues. rKodol lays the
done this in thousands of eases. Here foundation for health. Nature does
is one of themr: I suffered from the rest. Indigestion, dyspepsia, and
bleeding and protruding piles for twen- all disorders of -the stomach and di-I
ty years. Was treated by different festive organs are cured by the use of
speelalists.and used many remedies, odo ldbyJ.8.Bodiford &o.
butobtained nO relief until I used De- p
Witt's Witch Havel Salve. Two boxes Pulled for Selling Whiskey.
of this salve cured me, eighteen Mayor Clark. had the first "blind
months ao*at.d I :have not had a touch tiger" case before him Monday after-
Summersonp.i '.4. ,CFor b-. Ad, bleed, noon. While Marshal Harwell was in
ingi itching and protruding pilej no a back alley, but in full view of S. P.
remedy equals DeWltt's Witch Hasel Thomas' saloon, he saw Joe Holt, col-
Salve. Sold byJ, 8. Botliord o. ored, approach an open window and
Th List t!Ill Grows. therefrom a flask of red liquor.
The monuetent tund ofKirby 8mith The officer at once approached Holt,
Chapter, U. C., sstil reng, who tried to deny buying it, but ,final-
Chapter, V. D. 0 L i;.still Inareaing,
much to the grattifleation of th o, ly be acknowledged buying it from
elety. Mrs. P. MeKinstry. has Wm'. Harris, also colored, who was in
handed in the fllwing addtionaloy ofr. Thoas, was on
sriptions the inside fxiig things.-
Cash...... ...... .........$ 0 The marshal arrested both parties
J3 B. Dell, Jr........ ...... 1 g and they entered a plea of guilty-
W. H. Jones, Balmnre ..... 001 selling bying respectively-when
3.R.. Ro10ii, RMocoelle.s........1 0
...1-^^1*11.:^ ; ** ,SS Msr -Olrk fined Harria -SOO, or six-
E icM ...... ......... a In low jail. Harris made
S",.. ,i,., ^ o the later, and Holt was re.
The Perfect lverw Medicine.,
JS. M.A. Jolley, NKbl', 0. T., Tb. liquor-ws brought in a evi-
writes "1 b!e ued H'r.ine o a denee its court.-Hligh Springs Hornet.
number of years, aad can heerfully.'
recommend it as 0tMe oat lperfees Olalser Infantum.
liver mediiotI, eId the greatest I sl o This ba lIog been regarded as one
parifler.. Itt "a .ta.ii e ti at.tife asis dangerous and fatal die.-
heritusd. all that ses1 ,o Weh tfants are subject. It
is ohliimod _' " nant eaa b 4" .wever. when procrly
the ^lver ais8C~a^**'* fe '^'A 'tii.n^**l~i. t*-ii /SiR '5 Coic 9hl ral^ 'o||e^t^ fid l hii arfi ndI

I ,

many friends, whose warm,
wishes for her happiness I.- Ihr
life go with her,- Miss 'a .
been the guest of her frend4,6' sW
for the past six welks.;.;:+:.
Just About Beed im.
Take a Little EarIylRir--l4twt
oonstipa.tion, blioose ~



And When H,

pop-skull, wine i 1
have purchased fod a S
putnam sonuyo &I45 i t
to the home of Mathala
thorn at an early bhnr
ing in the abse4n Ib of 1
dered everybody eoat of
after which he deliberately
and went to bed,
It was a costly snooe
forcing upon the good fatt!l
Bates, however, for no so i '8
settled down in the arms of
and begun a snooze that on
mad bull or a buck saw takes
than the owner of the ho
upon the scene. ie had ben
of the intrusion and procu4d
gun. The negro, with a sense *o
attributed to a crow, got a whit
powder, and made a bold dash ti2
rear door for liberty. :Mr. Bates
few yards behind him and a'
futile effort to induce him-. "iK
fired the load of s'sall shot itr
him in the back. This wias a
inducement that the ownedr.a.y
home the negro invaded amean
ness.' He srrendered, and was '
to the office of Justice StriuigfelI
where he was arraigned upon a 'i"
of trespass and sentenced to'pay i
of $75 and costs or spend six mont
the gang. "**.
The prisoner was brought to0i|
city yesterday y yesterday bSpecial Consi
Waits and placed in prison. Ined i
be taken to the mines today.
As a defense of his actions Fiead.
ted that at times he became a',npt4
his ,own mind,-and this was n00"
the times." He admitted also th4
had partaken probably too f'zet
some Putnam county pop-Akull
which had a tendency .tothro e
into a state of temporary de~ien to
Very Remarkable Cure of Diarro
"About six .years ago 1r th-
time in my life I had a sudden I'.
severe attack of diarrhoea," says
Alice Miller, of Morgan, Texa"8'e
got temporary relief, but it came"
again and again, and for six long|
I have suffered more misery and a
than I can tell. It was worse
death.' My husband spent hundre4J'
dollars for physicians' predcrip"i
and treatment without avail. 'iah
we moved to Bosque county, our .'
ent home, and one day I happeonse
see an advertisement of Chambern t
Colic, Collera and Diarrhoea RP i i
with a testimonial of a man who;""
been cured by it. The ease w
similar to my own that I conClul
try the remedy.. The result wsi
derful. I eould hardly realile|
was well again, or believe it ci
SO after having suffered so J60o'
ohat one bottle of mAdialne, of61
at>a few cents, cured me." ,Fort
tv all druggists and medicine

Quiet Wedding at the Manse.'
Miss Josephine Andrews, dasLibti
of the late Dr. D. Andrews of Oo
Mijsissippi, and Mr. Cyrus Jonee
Bowling Green, Florida, were nar
Thursday morning at the residence
Rev. and Mrs.-Thos. P. Hay. The w 4
ding was a private affair, only the fatti
ily and one or two friends of the 'brk
being present. The marriage ail
solemnized by Rev. Thos. P. Hay~ .-,
Mr. and Mrs. Jones left the city es
the noon train for their home at a]ow)
ing Green, where they will be at ho i
after the 28d inst. .
Mr.' Jones is an experienHce
prosperous orange grower of ei*
county. Miss Andrew aa e
aged in teaching in the plUblie.
of .Florida for several years, aiP^
graces of character havs won ^^iMM




grew 'er/re' wers unansa corn 5u01
o y '>l ill O htsritak. Tom many
Srow too wisLh grass and toos

The ki le bt .iopolis has t':
erl U4a 1theresigt, i
be .sa tha.t- eterprisi ..g rtop..

afternoon joutla.i-,b r h R:o '
iere s an oboituary printed inisaa -
aes pa .ipter: 4 t reairnine hild fe
nhe d ned t0,000 soeks .; a itoke

i ,ODimeals, i'y. le d ad ed i l l sO
K e se. She tdied nd Went to h:.a. t "
r:,i toh my ia ed sh ".e ,.twa b eu.-
niu adlpirtion. Oe

oa^thine an tuonaber of th e haeload
c mna tibkelyto #be gratif
S duing Govennorennlngs' administra-:
6h tet f' ei; Ia n fata
tioa ea teter his hed.

Whi'te S'*a^ i t eiald,. i telling. samet
att S wlM sN l ft.eti sories .tht

in? ui 0*da.oi^, ,ttOral

"etf of :e

i ao^piun;, no 'ow*.

0014,t.t paV t ofitee, 'auedi at
' jti ai 'tax of 'one cont a

ot the Anitd Stit~, $0,o,00 a
4earP t t won4 be msoohr cheaper to-

them. _0994wt he
Qe p1 ilbi;hnpost ul o sQ pi

tba4 ewht.apSghment of eai savingre

experfenqe. nhat them takh' 4 olnars.h
wk is the statp Cyetem sa the prove -
grth soceties. Thes firstipeny provih.

at soetbe.ny was orranised ih ew
go 4to be tcotnmpwiVheil. There areT

m(t is l keep on hand a l0ge0 as-
4," a at"
sor* s ps p t especill
9 t~or and' of vn oa s derom
ratl r one ai dol.r
th d~4 0ttor is u ied. w lk.
tb li4 e' rIled'l space
or Viioament. of stanmpt,'as .the
monoey eposited. 'he. depsiltor
hande his nlemonoy the society, ,a
repeives astanmp of proper value ln re-
trn This i. places in hise book, aind:
when by this process he has evidence
of. depostI amounting to .4 he,-~can
turn in his book' and. :rea ere eve
money for .use 'or for deposit in a say, -
Ings bank whleh will pay hitm interest.

This .is a great eountr1#, but it almost
bewildiers one to contemplate the. run.
ning eXpeusee of the government. This
gear thetual governmental exp.O se
will'a.t iabooUasx hundred and ffty.
e il of dollars, including one
wde &nd -thlntWO moll ontof dol'
lb for the postal service, wish isnighli
self40ei4Isag. The inoomp, however-
; !!0e tate.-t this enoratois e

threei3 i onsep .i dollars The surplus
Verly, the raiyroal companei aret

i0 .*tat e0 .The,. et4 ail
tpl hto odirt i a rtedsS ti.on of
tiun. iar hi aded i a rds on nio, a

azttaflsolmon r Wre. t::

comm in soswie:r of : the General
w_0rom pty fort..four and e-mi

wnsJip AIen th 8:n ,lle (CPel-
J~and4it.tri e, a 000,000 sores.
oi ng i, Orego, the whole
sttsere Th#' d will now be
anio d to determined tthe. ditnes for

Tb. public 4Oi$ statement fron the

itl~g~'r:0ii0 ,"h ;Toraw
a'i qnal treasury tor Jnae 8D, shows a

regdtn of lYnthe Sam's ipdet wed
nes w the mn th of Juine of $10,70

'tol owev er, 4o- not ionelu'de b8DB,-

58,8 i n s ilve h toiohateso,and tipas, T
rota, but thethse 1.6 onset by an
itreasery':for teitr exemption

orpi 'ter w:; b:- t --9 pr-:.- i" de ";
do the atis thing, aIthle n a we come
aiting netre itewor.' e a
i*bto w en iei, awh stid if
..I i wi! ^:1 he voi a
imar can write a etter b .ook, reach

his hOuse iii the woods, the world will
mabe sheetern path to his door." Try

While we (.rote. t h manufa-..
Strusts'banks combines, pro-

ay ove 6,,0 acres
,land s* -to alie0 0 r im m t I thisnye a, make competitors for
ao u f iameWs; while we protect one-
'hlf the peo0.Ie we have .been king
ietpotitors for ..the other iali--theI
r ""trs' .. i this no; t lan adequate
riaon for the shrinkage in farn lands?
":The soui;tblp--o te dlMnOes which.
are conti*ll6 .i'ri "g' between em-

tloyer an4 :empl 'is to be found only
in .rbit rtion, The ..great qution Ol".
4t whether labor unions shall be. rae-
gised -'not,; .however' important
hlt nal y epeilally to the wek-
, m"en, butitei whether labor and
capital Oan imet on a commonn level,
and when.tlhe e lot-sagree,' call in
thie inte reitiot only of the working
maen and eaplisatdithrectly interest-

brining c6ntitrPgs, ad pe talleat
Saore. ili"t Ii*"a Toir Inteir -et
are den i an was, both
sides eoi brought to v e" iys, and
strikes a looes hat both sini...
the UaiIai o akStates Is the yont of
th grease t, aof hi wt d aet Ine

he flag p dates be ak to in
the trioti tot'~~ a i the
1eaon Jafor e 4&gga6n to a8r)6 the
ishe4 aso4l t t the ( tcotteea06t
e is to a *I

dsgynaste It 1we 1e lb aen

.b0tritm," xd iecldig that pi
*ri:d be s ipaid not be r00i0: 8d
*litsiday e hool Chlitmas .^ttath

4 41U1 as idi val~ yIb sonworthy of

l 1aP< i, 090914 teAoard,
2 Whaoheerfl- i idio.y! It is this
idea Wa^t ,Ohristtan children" ^mtst
iWa'e isto g ,that s not useful and in-
atlti' ht has, '.nadb Snday school
t Qb$t o' eon tou dozens of
Ot thes t preposterow re-
r h as well urge sthe aboli-
l;i of b ^aby aste.on h -the ground that
l:hey are, _and deimtad
tit is ants le givfet instead 'brooms,
b 4rob ad tobl whih would serve
fo thrir'a honbts towards useful
o iupito iin5. Stant 'iau4s may have
een mytxh rifally, but now he 'is
P: is'tiuioil, and one .of the mOst
sel ones theri for, impressing on
th ilnfantille mind that here is a re-

'Whet fl Santa Clans. is a myth, so:
long as tbe ah^B fs tteresing to chil-
dre ani flourishes tlhen a vast y motint
of inooent ^p ste? Uobinnson Or-
oe t s isery la y a myth, Iand theo
-Motherd Gho es 'aatevs evz. ohe a o,
b -tt ate ,ese sources of amusement
and pntsrtainmpnt to be out off on
74that .ei7unt.., A where i the line
to be 4rawt? There ar6 a'grea many
good people who are inObined to look
o "the star of Bethlehet"as a myth,
and the "Wise Men'" and the shep-
herdw who heard atrid s he at ngelic
ho things seems to have gotten ioto the
.ericpture on the authority of Mary
ilyew, ^orn St. L e says, "But Mary
kept all these thing. and pondered.
them r ,riien r heartt.; *: h tuh
Bo(* whether they were actual hap-
.pet4ingi4 or not, is' quite imaonaterial.
They are fotitretive in a beneficial
way,l and .reque. tlt valuable truth
vian be linparted better through action
thantt in ay ^other way< Probably
there ;was neIr a book that taught
re -thiags 'to more o people than
KAI B'sa d t that'.e
f ble ae not true doea not affect their
value I ,the ligh test. We would ad-
vise the .New Jersey Sunday' school
teachers, when 'they meet again, to
et some righteous .man to make a
fervenb prayer foray visitation of com-
mon sense on the convention.
Want to be a iman, nde you? .Well,
you may attain the age of twenty-one,
and a stature of five feet six and not
be a man. Age and siote don't make a
real man. Some people when grown
are as worthless as when they were
boys, in fat, a worthless boy is usually
worthless when he grows up to-a man's
ise. ;The real man grows up from a
manly boy. The habits he forms in
youth stay with him. Now ia the time
to make yourself what you hope to be
in altrlf. .It will be' too late when
yOu are ;rown. The gods are satisfied
when a wman does his beat, but the
neighbor- may bill find fault with him.
The Oommisionersof Madison coun-
ty evidently did not believe that the
tax assessor's books 'represented a cor-
rect valuation of real estate in that
county, aa the asaasument was increased
on about 140 pieces of property. The
advertisemthent occupies 800 inches,
which, at tihe legal rate fpr three ineer,-
tions, will ocat the county #000.00. This
is a nuooh better "pick ip" for Editor
Dund. of the Rlecorder than most of
thle tax sal advertisementse amount to.
The oreasi of Plorida are one of the
State's greatest sources of revenue, a
revenue that ia being conasamed with
griet rapidity. Speuelatoa froam .re-
gion arther north hae lately been
byintg and cutting large areas of for.-
Iat a Florira, and the timber supply
Ia greatly diminished. The wooded
,ca of Ute Stat i estimated at 87,700
quare mile., "r TO pet cent of the
itp area, muen of whtoh i ocupied
by mer.hta e timber.

The atam i going h rn
4*ths tsi t S of the 46 coenUeh
gM^||-|rff 45
^W^^^fS fblaWOO e^Uk

S There id ater, aO, w (
over Venoil,

Volusy and have "

tics talked tir ibi
laiks. He is the

Union.d * n .i.o.e

Try again, Ohalley, b9typ
that the vendot will4 N1

favor/. '" ..... "
Oregon spends fOr the.
children 12 a, year per Oaig
ry*i-, but y"

rado, .11 Illnoiel, -11
:lO, while Kentucky .ei
*8.82; South 0Caroliya,
tebsippl!, $2.06. The Northii
on the average, expend
times as much for education,
counting the univertites,
Southern States.
The Tampa Tribune .ays
ball enthusiasts of that city J
play the Jays of LJackon'i
more neutral ground th nini
If the Central City isan'tneutrne |
as these two teiame are conc rn6
do not believe neutral ground I
found in the State, .'ot i
end Jays have walloped the lifeii
our pets, and we would delight
both of them lIicked.

If Alfred St. Clair Abrams-of"li
does make up his mind to rin' :i
torney general he will make thei1
test interesting for theh fellow
enters the race against him. T
one thing about Alfred which w.ll
with the people--he has an
and does not mind expressingi%.i
ida has not always been blessed
an attorney general wiw wooil4
take the people into his confideli
The Bible publications of.thie i
University Press haye beea isii
800 years and can be published
languages and dialects. Ever
!fully .OO tons of paper are
this purp~oe alone. Orders foii
Biblea,are quite cotrnioon and.tb
ply of printed sheets it sogreatt
order for 5800,000 copies can be r"
filled. On an average from-1
forty Bibles ai. furnished ee
ute. ,:
In Senators Mallory and,
'lorida is the peer of any Stati
nalon in her representatiot 't
United Statea# Senate. Sh"t
lelaim to have sent orators to re,
her, nor yet does she have to
she has sent politiolnas, but 4
take pride in the, fact that ab
tiemen who have naught .but
clean record behind thet;
stood for all that is rightiar g
true. have represented 4e'lia
this State in the 'highes:a
nation, and without doubt t.
many alongday ere the piopli
ida ask men of this ohba&i"
down and gIve place to otihez
so says the Orlando S.ata. ;',
prosperity has been the ati4
trade between our S ttes
tories. We have an ar i
allEurope, and nati-ral rie
grat and diveute as Zqau i
European ommnerpe ha bue,

aes, our doweie trade ha

*gntp^ hex

~.; ~, ~t4~'

A *
wet I
'+ i!,i


~hoote ~
I *Aal~her
ral ef his eub~ ~,

ktka ~A5 in' tho ~
a en *put~, to~~.V
h~ will visIt d"1

give apjoirgrpowre
a the qty yee0vrda,
O agre^golable caI.
ill pri4ngs, oe of,
r, of the Attlntic.tU
4 'through the dity
so 4 Obs teratltarg,
ratsyille, who hold
oi atf ?redith,' was
sy. lie was ent ronute

be wil l a sp c d a
4eastre41 ovege sthe
.6 cv 4 4o
Olf last _044ht or
he points in 9ot-.
will stpend th4 9we-
sted #terin ,

e cottage of Mrs. Ftianke bell,
Court streets b repaired
lte4d and otherwIse Improved.
i4 completed It" will be oneof. the
i joderh and handaoiest homes it
t on amous for pretty houses.
St na and Alberta atia Master
e departed yesterday
iiiiwhethey will Joln their
it, nTh family have rented a cot-
for pthe imder and will spend'
inmaludar of the heated term

I lmta.Peioe,-t-who speut the
ti 6of.Altoona -who has been .
e sterdaye a owa the ga Shepa
Omett far as Gaiont est Maine
a EekW aearce,'who spent the

~e~jgstt fre 'of. tVhe AtlIanti

*is ttc tt es +Malft

* vmsy ,erwa'my,
spsetor W. B 'D. $lt of the
1O#st Line Was 'In the city
- Me was en route from,
>gs tc points south on ofiiaeld

flitta of Ito~lhe) was i*4 thp
rM4.; MIe' stas that the
eQilgnr ha been visited b(
a sbut that. shh erogis are

Sttasaub vtial to ,keattVea In
Rs"aoe'8binson tass6.
1xei In Qeada. She wat
q4w fear as RI el~*tlaby Miss
itir. \
Mrs. A. B.Borlg~sarihd
M*,p Maetoe~, departed yes-
Tgranpa, whose they will be

0th1 g0est of relatives, tihe family of

it,.. W. T. Chesnnt aid chtldren ex-*
pet tto m'ake. their departure thle
0otitg loI Mnti'e'lo, where they
ll sped a few .weeks with the for-
iter'aitnotheir, Mrts. L. U.mer.
Mrs. ypy Pournell. and-her, ohat'm-
in& little daughter' Hasel of Mayo, t-
ter pleasant ii to, 'relatives, Mr..
4 Mrs. M '..i Pophrell, i n .t lts ;oity,
retrIned to their home yesterday .
Aftt ba 'btlet but pleasant visit to
friends at SPetersbtrg, Mrse -W. .P.
oty re n.ed toh. her, ht Inn',thi
,been 0taing gntpf thesouthen 'u.
-presAW Qo6pa 40 this ity for th4'past
fou month's, .has secured' a two-
_natnthA ler. of absence, beginning
w. l, with hl Wife, will end

.- Medlhn ithe .eti e il
aerator of'r Wilibton, 'v -^ 4
a brtif bots 0'it e daysi
cicellet, .keeping hI)| l* plant enu
gaged, with a large force of hahds, on
full ttme. ~he greatest difficulty at
present, and which has been the ease
tor several months, Is the s-aroity of
ears wit~ which to transport the lum-
ber. It la hoped that this condition
will b relieved after. 'the present
R F. Staples! who has been playing
ball with the Qak Hall team t
past season, having been released 9 poo
his own request, departed yesterday
for Portsmothi. Va.i, where he expbeOt
to stay a few weiks. From Portsnouth
Mr. Staples will go to Kentuky for the
summer. He ts1 an excellent young
man, a good ball player, and is-pos-
sesspd of an all-roohd affable nature.
He iade many friends here who will
wish him well, but trust to have the
pleasure of seeing hiia again' next
S ummer. *
The Jays want three days off to sing
th4 praises .of the people of GaineS.-
VUle. .'They are' dandy fellows- over
there," remarked .Tritt.n yesterday.
"We were treated like. princlaes, and we
will never forget the people of Dryf
town. They eertainly knovw how to
treat a visiting team." "1Thats what
they do." chimed in Bolgie LBryan,
who wa. tandIng near, "I woKld
Mhr had the best kind of a tiae./thete
rIf 9O agtis had let me alone. HI
tuaEfrniehed material for the boys
a. go to my room et
Ith:e after each gam, Who
th| plate.t &ER weriostsy.

use v,, y + aigtpe i :'+ vawe

gist t.i d:,Mrs 4 .
ffs SMier Gudge i aou.irt stsr ay
| i ri tSage Oe ae to barley
iSaralt !hil6ips, coloredV
e .: unket of loohelle :
riv 011N t ilhty y iPeiterdayi i will
spq 0t few 4 a V Wih relatives 0ee.,
.4ftek a phajpant visit to ffrenda. ,a i
!,T t5, M -t"s Katie Brune ofe Northd

00" ki tc 16, "
Gailiesail has returned to her home.
Thef i e .of Miss Mante ,lliam-
ii'll ret to iea' sh a t con-'
ned to room io Novth Gaineavile,

,^ Mo endon, s4 asf stuckk,
eand laant w oJ Alobhs, was in the
aiy yesterday on business oonneoted
wth 6he e'lerh office.
F, 8. -Man *of Mlloanopy, a mem-.
bei of thie lripof RHagrave Osteen
naval stote% operators, was a" business
.visitor to th y esty day.
SAfoterpeatit of several days
in thisi'ty, tbh. guest oftMrs, '0. A.
Nicholes, e. W. E. Dow has returned
'a, her a ho h $et. Petherburg. -e
iat. :i iW. Carter. of. icanbpy W
among the ,liltors to this city yes$ter
-day. He reports business in the old
town at.~ coiomparative standstill janst
now. ., .. .
Harry MoDonald, eoe of the effiolent
olerki in the store of O'Donald & Saunn
des, left yesterday for his home at
Willeford, where ho will spend a short
.'Deputy Sheriff TlAlman of Oalp-
vulle, one of the mosti eflotent tff lers
tl the countity, was s viftitor to this cty
yesterday and meade The BSun an agree
able call, -
Mr. and Mrs. John Plewellen and
child have returned from Marionr, Ala.,
where they have been pleasantly s-
Lourming among .old friends for the
past few weeks.
Wanted, by the Amerlcau Oil and
Chemical Company, bids to furnish
two hundred, oord pine wood eaaoh
month for a period of one year. For
epeofl0eations see E2. Baird. d2taw-wtf
The sidewalk along West OChuch
itreet abutting the, property of Dr. T.
F. Thomas, is being materially im-
proved, which will be appreciated by
pedestrians who have occasion to use
this thoroughfare.
F. A. Teague of Ooala, who is heav-
ily interested in the getting out of
hardwood in this t otiot was at 'the
Brown HIouse yesterday He Is rep-r
resenting Hoopes, Bros, & Darltington.
hardwood mtanufaetqrers, Oala.
The reporter erred In stating in yess-
terd"y's seaue that Peter Jackson had
been pardoned after serving only five
yeas of his life sentence. He was in
the penitentiary oir fifteen years or
more, anA was an exemplary prisonerr,
'Frank Priee, an old GatIneville boy,
but who has for 'the pat two yers
been residing at Middleburg,. is in the
clty fiora few days visiting his grand-
parents, r. andr-i. 0. H. DaWoiles.
His, friends were Itaidtit welcome him
agrin. -
W.. M.' Pnleyi fr the pat ofew
months valued ploye in tohe oice
aof. theltae,.hrne! egrss otpaay
het, has ben assgned a run -on.e e

a:* i s.r.i ces.. O

- tress,:f!ron wc.
,waIy 'o
"as fahnd l.. B

p o .ofahis acty abo.t
iago, died at Franis, nea

W..;,Mosele thas returned
t^*t ol, home' in intiuiy, where
ietLt b* or q prasi t e -fen. weeks-o
Ze' *iE : hare glad to wlcomne -hero

VP'. 1. keawWilliRmDs, superintend.
epet of gie,*ol Oi0 llr Te.ctrlo Light
id ,of ii at -pr.g Lak:, whOle he.
Wilkliphi44f *
he will' be a gname ,ofball at the
ball park on next Thursa-y afternoon
b eenn+the lrint e rs and Clerks of
tit tlty. The game promise to be an
itera taing oni The proneds will go
to the Oak Hall Baseball asooation.
he numerous friends in this ctty of
Dt. Wilbur Laspiter w$ll be pleased at
the Inforkititon thaat he ia now holding
a iratretposatoa a the WTlane hoe-
pital in NewtQ$rleanp, one of the largt.
est and finest institution of. its kind
in the youth, .
Ladles of Advent Ohristian Church
Have Good Time. *
On Thursday las ethe ladies of the
Home and. ForeignMissionary ,Sooety
of the Advent Oh ritan ohurl h were
pleaantly entertained atthedhome of
Mr.and Mrs. Baird of EaAst Gines-
ville: TeJTprenoon wa -spent in
wrk anud when the noon hour a*e, a
bountlfpl dinner was served, which
wa enjoyed very ,muoh by ll. Then,
repairing to the spaolous' parlor, the
meeting Was called to order by the
president, Mrs. Baird. After impress-
01e devotional exercises the regular
business meaning was held. The day
was a sueoeissooially, spiritually and
financially, and as the eventide drew
near all joined in thanking the hostess
for having entertained them po royally,
and each went hope feeling that the
day had been well spent.
Celebrates Forty-Seenth Anniversary:
of Hs Advent Int0 the World,.
A. 0. Steenburg of North' Gaines-
yjle was forty-seven years oft age Fri-
diy, andon the evening of that day,
at his comfortable home, entertained a
number of friends in celebration of the
event. +. "
- To look at Mr. Steenbarg one would
take him not to be more than' forty,
and it a man be as young an he feels he
is yet in his jolly twentiea If there is
a more affable or ovial disposition in
the county it is indeed hard to find,
with the result that Mr. Steenburg en-
joys a large Oircle of friends.
There were many guests at this In-
formal gathering Friday evening, and
those who were present report a most
delightful time. Elegant refreshments
were served, and the evening was
paised'in a manner becoming the oc-
oasion .
Still the Montey omes.
'Mrs. a. V. MoEKlnSry, who has
worked so faithfully In the interested of
the Confederate monument fund of
Kkrby Smith Chapter, United .Daugh-
ters of the Ooatederacy, enjoyed a fine
suce-s yesterday in the matter of se-
ourig aubecriptions and cash,
m. name. received yesterday are
ma follows:
B: Brry, Ja lle.... .... $5 00
1Robt. W. D1vtiPalatka....... 5 00
P.M. l n.... .. ....... 1 00
3ohA B ,L., ...................... 1 00
J. E.,Runkli........ ............... I 00
Fatther Lynch..... -... ,............. I 00

You Kno* What You Are Taking
when yon take .O.ovei' TasteleMs Chill

altl h Io and jaIne in a taste-.
less form. N0 Poue, o Pay. 80c.

aight that the Pets had agaln lot out

to Tamp aasoomE sesvepa to four.
'Thlsa *BOaarpri ab oteeoeratingi
St ta'hrehowever. whoa

m -.a
~p. a lehosI~1 0


week ago todaythe wife to
a wekl ooswn sa gTait*11
of the farm ousle t&
Miselle, at Wh, Int
county, was rtafa s
negro tramp. The wx^ e .i,
yard sweeping when threat
up behind her and hokilt n
senasibility committee the e
crime. When the woman oaittO
tenses she screamed, and he-''w1!
came td her from the. 14aeld-'
had been working." The woia0 WS,
far in a delicate eonditio*rl whe
crime was committed, and It i
es e will die. The woman ad hb
bahd are well thought of Inx tt'.vi
tion-by both white and eolred
the affair created a great dial, o
dgnaton .
The Criminal Lynchd.'
The negroes in the neighbors .
were. considerably excited ad'be-.- ?ia
to hunt for the negro tramp. "bWQ..
name was Adams, threatening, to1
him if he was captured. -, ,:'.ii
SYesterdaythey found the negro61pi
Santa Fe swamp and lynched hi
Not a white man was present', and "4i'e4
lynching was systematically coadu6''
Sed, .There was no disorder whateeP
While the body was swinging fro9,q atIL
limb many of the negroes pulled -!t.
their pocket knives and literally
slashed the body to pieces. Over one
hundred outs were shown on the body, '
of the dead negro, which presented a
horrible sight. .
Eleven-Year-Old Lad of North Galneas'
Svtle Victim of Reptile's Fang;.
Jonas Orosby, eleven years old, who
resides In. North rGainesville, Wasthe
victim of an exciting and pal1nfu01:x$4-
rlTxioe Friay. whiph came near.0o t14
hilmhi life;il.o '. "
Crosby was engaged in plating-,a
tatoes at the farxm or J. U. MannUng.1i
North Gainesville,,when he wasbitten &
upon the foot by a tremendous sna ,
whioh sank ts dmangerous-lookig fang
deep into his heel. '
Young Crosby displayed remarkable
nerve. Notwithstanding that he had to
grasp the snake's heal and release the'
fangs from his foot, diingh which'h i
suffered intense pain., he secured a'hoe,
and dispatched the reptile before mka
ing any attempt to relieve his own conw-.
ditions. .
One of the neighbors who happened&
to be within a short distance fthe
lad seeured a flask of whiskey, Wheno
Orosby began to "tank up" in good
*harig. Before reaching his home, where
he was taken by this kind friend, he
was tolerably well intoxicated, it .is- '.
said, but the remedy proved very effeot- "'
e, since' the young man recovered and .,'
isout again. ,

John Bartleson Praises Famous So-
wan4eie River Resort.
John F. Bartleson, wife and children
arrived in the city yesterday from
White Springl, where they have beeoa
sojourning .for the past. two weeks.+
Mr. Bartleson expects to return ia,
Jacksonville today, but his family will -
remain here several days a .the guett.
of Mr. and Mlrs. J. D. Sringfellow. ","
iMr. Bartie~n stalea that the repr
to the effect that the spna Is high Ia .
incorrect. It is in flneh<$d toad
daily hundreds of peple^ from .ee-'e y ,
section of- the, country are reecivi.'
the benefits of its virtueS. ..
"'White 8prings. is nol onll.ou fl
the prettiet places I have ey. sse.n 2%
but one of the healsilet in tl stb
I believe., The. resort Ilas lled *i.
people all the time, and when <"
eorueser it is tndeed that o S

like hisah+eI

a(Ve inA Amm... o atzlr. bo*n ho'$ own life aboet,

Kp theadetiieoiah^h 8 .hnea moti n, n t0 u
7'11 Qt40DED A WIEK AGO 0beor a ha n

I*1 gWrsppTed Up in Wvits of wi sW mother had opl careful watoe greve
0na b 2 o *hso knaday modWnin'g ai

Pj for several days, Saturday at horror, found Dick :dead In the
|M n'a sold five cows belonging to A. btn having hung himself by a ro$)
gghih bnon fanned to one. of the rafters Ild
theoeuity ]pound irol the pat oweeki knws Were touching the floor, ao... long
Sover whi there a bean s was the rope, and he die~ in that p~11
o. of stragulation. .. ..
W? ugle. 'Richard Walc wasbout 21 ears
'The sal occurred a 12 o'ok at oldond at h son ofe atePraW
the pound on Liberty sreet. Mr. fellanfovortably known
S .Srigg' the owner of the ent'malsay to the people olthiS city andi cu.nty.
oaot' presenthhaving departed 'day 'Te funeral aervitee were held kun,
'. *oiampa. ThWere was a good crowd 4 afternoon at 8 o'l k at the res-b

tg th th anial brought' lttie quieted by tev. T H. ay. i large
pWOt, hoeeop a'and fohe Od m el thata
te r unht 'lle o number of friends were present to pay
,th.a nothing, the whole bunch only their
Sa..ating9o. wer bid eir last respects to the memryofi a
Sb G.Hrrold a fllw ar young man 1 red by all who knewhim
th?' .ne cin hilhch cow,.. *10.25; one s The Sun jois the many friends and.

oThe ot impoundfths t ha thy suitable tqo the melancholy o-
t"e. .,The hard *o .ae O thee tabes i ghh
e pased agrat'dead, of., om ent In one lion. .. __ .......__. "_" ._._
,,Way--or another.1 It 1ill be remne. PtL Mll DMDeD WttLI P KI5l .
lberedl that lthe owner of the'ow-' '
'' caus -toln e issued a writ of replevin Heart Pailut r Caused Doath of Chlef
when rhe learned of their- implisonr. P. eH. Arthur. e
hat m rnent in nthe city pound, upe i tin hre Winnlpe d Manltoi, July IS-l-Heart
inrosnd that he was not a resident of failure, tu to over emotion, was the
Sbthe.ityhenoe the oity authotiesad caused. aslnet fort i the sudn death

.... ..o hhood b1 Locometive Eciineer, last
t tle. The dity. otuoned the' tbles'bity nbght. : -.
Shaving issued another writof plev, ut of the bns ofte ear te
takingg the aniuiplt back into r OUtldy, mouth peak, t were the Opening
wheretyi at'eduutilsld. yes word ofthe last speech that Chlae
I" Vey,.twas. ruWmored ThurAday Arth will ever deliver. The speak
that Mr.' Shragg 'intended, having a er then used slightly, seemingly in
thsalebutnootion.was takeAn ob.. Ito halrman had Just presented him a
BJuton Jule on the amtenjoinigan eortred to Ihis feelings. onhy
has been rumored that a number of b utifulst foral engine. Ato the ,en
a wnttle-oweers whosee cow have been erablbe leader began the sBentene, "I
1 peoritledm tap loaf Upon the streets, want to sayfeW thl ngas ael tmay
1' Teaht u re paiasewi th dreintentiona. o".. m partnhe t wOrds to t may of dyous."

$ p ma ilg 'p tie ease io~thisionstonce 'as tner*amoti lleem tae to e etUnI':be.
et the malidiy e' wthe -law. The' ase Y,... d'l contolno. His .voles lowered
wtilbeheard. atthe regular rule day siIytW but tthout losing itla clear.
O'in =611 whic wle .,____ .;WeB arehere :tonight,. no one ca5
"lG^AINESVILLE .WAS OUTCLASSED. tell'when"-,^:. .... ...
....a f. e- onee -he oe At this point, o flve nnute after mid.
rate and. or InLs

Mt arempa.Secured the Bartow Game by niht, the s-p aker fell.. Ladtees pre.
:pd .*,'" =' a Score of14to4 ent were the first to utter :a "'sgn;- Of
alarm. h Inan instant Mhny hands
S B ^artoWLJuly 17.-in the gametoday were ready to give a~slstance. Bev.
between Tampa. and Gainesvllle, which eril rushed forward to d Uaport him.
Swa.l* ritneed by Over three thousand Dr. MacArthur hurriedly ascnded the
c peple,i Tampea 'ia outilasB:n.the stairs and Mr. Arthur was.carried oh
O^--Qainesviile'etts, and won by a score of the platform. 'he doctor examnied
uiO 4 ... the patient and aronounced letp dead
Whte n the box for Galnes-. "Heart failure, lue to over eradot.o/'

le'H d, 'vil and hte wa pounded unmeriful.. he.said. An affecting scene followed
i.1 .The werepeat adrie, and Tam- dtiedoctor's announcement. d

Stheb the. w as anh ay .for opt um t 'nklig rooms. The remani wHi
SWithe hlm,tor ohe-made the loigest taken to Cleveland, 0.. for Intrment.

6iiy th.e- Uited^ ftere t.. A a d d

car rer utoteItw ae homerun Clevelanr, 0., July 18.-A telegram
S' int retd ptlaetopat f received. at the headquarters of the
iev le them fT Brotherhood of LocOmotive Engineers
0Pa tThe'u-hout thegame, and eould not In this city early today from Winnipeg
eoaver fsm the Waterloo he re- stated that the body of Gratd Oheiw
celved in the flyrt inning.imeP. P M. Arthur, who dropped dead there
. ".Union,. "" lht night, would at once be embalmt
Ar^ ....... a .,. -d and shipped to Cleveland. The
Soedad ene lursdy, W a will probably reach her, Sun.
... 6.--The armlstice arrangedd ibenwe h 72 yers old aud
$on-rat "me. te,. ommandoin O th e va uo
trops of the Venezuelan gove itment in trtd .by hls wife aeidtwo ehT-
S and \thme eolutionry a forces:t ws t oken. 0 .A rthur hJ d Mrs. Samuel
a.' dsd uolvar. cainaoed by ban.,au1,,bot l wenmg ire. A n thiVn

K ouludo, w hoeh wa s to 0beea n ] rd eMb i tt O-rte sCntee ,. B.
: e Ht tminit yesterday, hmas bet c* iH flB, Of the Brotherhood, I ly*-
i tended '.itil 'midnight"'today. : *1l ill.In a hoapltal at Mead.
,.1":' .-- tenant Comitinaier. -.4 CUv!r',u. a-t^d 'a' not bo informed

||7/" mending the .Uni~ted. States, pnbeei's death.
1 Bancroft. whSc. with-. then ""oh n*^ es/ Agai De iY aod.

Ic i y ..... 1" *. a .e ..: h'. yon .hi part 9 a

Woman UuriWd With Nor Hasses 4t te Sea*tsfrm re tap a.
Gibson, Ga., ldil 18'- UPsri v n 4a e di *i If Eseswe.tu that one of his chief I
morning the-house of Wathwos atfruX wat|MiA: ,< w. es. stat.
who.eies a Sew'aiiee abore berg, wse -as-Mglt'^etR4.cll**teos- age
wan hared la Wire of~ ** l. ii 4 theM n edy, wasoef
son, who wa0e aotm 777 ye o
feable we Imet up ate tsgito gug# fS*
W one'm th a t as tt was A -0,0
Ossa *1b* 1, 5qeti4men
c~~aM < lb *^.. ltwtr ^ *r^Kti-le
O~t .M^.-

NTS. -

Th0*4 U,404i4 .i
lb thk.B B..W .Sper-
ht Davval Hotel,
S1ging from .the
ig tter to a request
I4 e~ try for aeonirt-
Serection of the.
6nfederate dead
: by Smith Chap.
tT O ae ertaken to ereat
n fs'a tty, there a noot a man of more
patriotic or noblWt s*timents ;
Mrs.t L^ )tcuhit^' Jr., Gainesville,

Der MrS Ut. I y -Your valued
favorof IJune., 2tSr" ould have been
acknowledged wee 6 go, had not an
aeoodent to tqy ri(4h1 hand prevented
me from doing ao. nimlght have sent
you a typew~itten hitter, but it could
not have conveyed la its cold charac-
ters %ie sentiment e feels regarding
the s'bjcot matterS and -ow that I
Iam able o use..-^ha,, little, it
gives te nmuch pluii re to write you
and'taauk you for glying il aIn Xppor-
tunity to oontrlbut, even though it, be
int aodest way, 't~~he cause in which
the noble ladtes 0f your chapter are
Though a ..Northf n man by birth,
the South is my n adopted home. I am
in ympathy i with itraditions, itscon
vietiona, .its strn|es and hopes, its
past and its ftituri'e ts people. Among
them is my lot 1a01 with them I ex-
pect to live, ev~i to the last of my
days; and tto theor in unexaggerated
loyalty,,do I pled* '1my Illfe, my ftr'
tune, and my saore4 honor."
w Yours ro'ectfully,
U B. W. Sr RY..
JYuly 17, 10 8
Ofl ntereointo Teachers.
The, fdllowingg o the text books
(withl. puBl]iTie'.'..d prices) which
will be .me iieh- bati of the questions
for the re;ulir. i lforin examination,
beginning -ptcember 8, 1908:
Orthop.rilutty- i led's Word 'Lessons
(25 oen,),o A[aynlLrd, Merril po.,
New Yoli.C'^
Reading.-Any saandard reader will
answer. :" "
Coditposition-B-tler's School Eng.6
lish. (75 oents);), leriqan Book Cornm-
painy Now york A^^tanta.
(68 cents), Arieriter if '9ok Compiny
English, riurqra-Metealf,'. (60
cents), Amerioau ook. Oompany.
.Uslted States- f:istory Fiold's
Orammar School (0t), American Book
Clom'pan" '. T o .' 1 .
Florida Ittory-.-Gree'f (a(1.20),

Williams, Wilklns 4A o., Baltimore, or
Falrbank-s (1.26), & W. B. Drew,'
JakekonvilleFa. '... .
Geography-Redw ay' Natural Ad-
vanced ($1.25), AgieIan Book Conm-
Phbysiology-Steel Hygfsoie ($1),
American Book Coop.ny.
OvlR Governsl!,-- Townsend'l
Shorter Course (7 nts) American
Book Company. ^^./. '"
Algeba'-White' ",hool (1i), Aimer-
iearn'Book Oompanyi .
Physla1'eograpgih Houston's New
($1.2) Eld idladge A Bro., Plilladel-

Theory and Praotice of Teaching-
White'S The Art TeaOhinm ($1),
Amerilan Book O' pany.
Thee books an purchased from
almost any book deair ItA the State.
If not at your deal e*0end the price
named to publisher ,i d they will be
sent poemp aid. -
.Plea, have yourouty papers pub
.. ** ;.tt **fc*,53* _.. '

Londonr ".:- eal
ay of the cha
spbetiu the opening
ehuria. i n belie!
s4d*r eommunalc.te
to the foreign offhn
lasing hal as bi
Loasw$ e and and,
tbe amacsador a.e

te^ v.-*

w~C. -

ii. BOflATWI
serlnt eurdent.
0 b cretary
r othte a*mir.
by Rassaa re'
ports In Mao-
- tonformatlon
t C conforsnee

ltt he .-iews o
iw'kb he held
*IB Secretary

t ." -he a as
shiablton. But
I to moake Pith
*otie# *1*. rep..

Iire,a ol
4tonR the mat'

Awy m *'*. '.,."*.

' Norl, ,..10. W4

coqr tn Of the miner ih this ity
*a a $ -^ tt 'Urday
Te'!:i eesm to o ouht.. but
th~at this call jaetns that the rn*
will decdee on Saturday to Ieturinti.
aw or, .rwll \ declare premanent
strike .O ,.
Up to this Utime noe trtlk has been
de.cird, buit the nltne- hate hallbeen-
Idle -ionce uly..i, anU II4 t comtrnlretal
Interests are already f- ilng the losa
of the bit pay rollsi
The fact that Ircma .as recently drop.
ped in price aboUt 80 per cent causees
public sentiment. to lean toward tee
mine, operator, anpd It 'is hope their
proposition will be accepted at Baetur*
day's meetthig.

Henry. NI T) .'I of Columbia, Tenn.o
on Sad Milsion.
Joclcow :, la., Jhuly IS.-On a
search for his ranvway sister, Henry
MT. Tundlll, arrived in the city Wedne~.
day troin Columbia, PTena,, and went
Immediately to the police hceadqu.-r.
terms and' inquired for V,. A Jones.
The young man st.ted thnat Jonel
and hi s-lster, Lijlian, ra" asw from
their homes at, Columbia,.TeVnn.. and
are supposed to be in Jaoktoa*vnil
Tindell stated at the police eftton
yesterday that he )htad Inquired at .te
postoffice for Informatiop, but that "it
was refused him. .
'The 1na.e10 of W. A. J1one 06petesM
in the city directory twice, bzt Tin.
del) says that neither oof the- rtte.
is. the one he Is iiin seaah of.
S poliepolice have not.located the o o
ple .

uortluht anal it is believed that
RelitloA ratly lmpro- cln

the :t. uoyern .en G .l''.i-soOn receive

Lawt oth o rida. f ro :
vo vkitatly Ui1, w' the
01o t al It ;w believed thst
Notcd hof Apslicadibort f Def
Undlr- Sectio 8 of Chaptr

Law of Florda.
7 rIo. e 4. 8Wsll t.,414 WeI

.7.Range 4; ,$ w f

A14 V 14Se ; 4' Of '
$440., t 14

^oN ,.B<.% -' ZSjEP

Tp.7,KRngl~ 15; S
No, RtBangA ltj

o8N, Ma|4 $ wj n
Tpl 'o I "t

eind of Se. 3(of 8w, ^j
Range'H .,..* 18 *'^;
The ftaid land belug
llwt of the 1suSuaDv,
esteE In the nattiaH bifs

a-i:..*" Wi
.S.- 40fe
F. Jones
Grant A

will l-Ei"

ship' 0*44 a0*1:

i; the Inte*eOf
phate: Ompany Ithe Ja
Southwestern rail o ne
paying road i th 8t
its length oondeen0ed ee)
few remarks regard the
of the company.,
The. Jaeksohkhve and et
extends from JacicnoVllet
a distane of about eight 1
'It was oonstru6ted by. th
Lomber Complpy and tra
timber and phosphate lands
OurtmerS. In 'peakit f
chase, Mr. L chase said:
"Theo impression seems to-h
valleld thAt the DI)tton- I
Ooipany lfsi oa n is to at6
butines, but this is wi
aware tha all kinds of: f.0*4
afloat aS th ln en tn ~
pany to extend the; fo$Ad t.
uee oiriier, posstbly ftt h
say frany that, whern We |!
*the road: t Wa never "ttoil
tlion of Oxt'n'4lthe (
ern not In a portion to ay
may do later,
'We believe that Jdkuorlie:
great future, and hathi0llt
two years it wll ben ait
in Over 4se ne io the wor
road' extendSt through tpo rtih
which our niterest ares o lthe
perfectly tiaturalthat. W
oailoe, the Jaofsn llie, at
ern In order to 6ive uS an i
European sashiptsaste. at hi:.t
time. We havt eXoelentd
ties oit Jackaonvil1r .ehit we'
to enlarge' wl~cn it bicome eat
S"Whi..en JAo ille beoma a
'waterport weqan/"trnspoyrt t:"It
dt o our iltines dre the *
pside oveu sor: owniieti, thu.uis '
-what is- a big iter te uis'thie i
.' 9The road, whih. pass. r
prosperous country, is .aIn t4ie
uatsalninig, eoniequenbly wes -*. a:"
to hold withoutlos untir wtoelt
aomia when it will proke-- a g l

:he freight blUs'oftho Duttotn J
phate Company are enormous, a-at
<* the largest miners ard shippsi
t-r4 rook phopihte In the -Un
0gte., and poilbl in the world.
Spur.hase of the Outnmer? road
*ran erthtinly had an eye to bueln

Zn t f rea0l 0 Cou6t, vttth Juwloli Ot0
Aloba. t onbvI *. l Po-i O- llaM,
8'rtRt*eil Nv. Matld Loite,
1'A5parint iriby *sisaIit tptxn4&l Lt

eifci'. f or4 be
avy ",o" I -
ltiun k BuAa n wp i~ ib

kAt*' ( '* AWl 1^O*I(1J1 "1
4. .ol r Aor OMp

VI0I 0sA.ON 0 1'.
iv. "a, ofmi




vHeIa sbU Iatiou

T "flS "" WANT THEM" $250. and. V.ldost 0..,
4 Raise 4,600 as a Challenge
ie Winiring Teart-No' Tampa
y ;p o ar. .
t es-Union of the 17th has the
ogwhich willbe of laterest to
|4a bhtooghout the State :
4 emnilthtee was appointed last
41tt meeting of the. Baseball
K 1nto make arrangements
for the three games which
i played for $1,000 aside, pro-
that the Tampa fans are not
i, ut mean business. The
e consists of Colonel Max
W 0, West and 3. B. Luoy.
Sisto be a meeting in this city'
.and .he arrangements will be
n, The committee Oha* the
i.db will have it in shape of a
o elock, to put up in the. hands
S ty who is to act as referee.
0eti4g last night was an tin-
I one in many respects. The
bbrought a great'deal of
which had to be determined,
Iture provisions for support-
qam were arranged.
,Wants the three games and has
.'good offer for them. Byron
otuirned from there yesterday.
here he met with the parties
t ted ;and received an offer of #125
itetnm, and eighty per' cent of
heli1roelpts, The $125, will pay
expens of the teams il OCala and,
av.sare to be excursions run into
hlepl"ee there is every reason to, be-
that there will be large crowds
it6ikee all three of the games.
ii proposition was taken under ad-
.e nt.
*th meantime Valdosta wane the
iand so does Gainesville. Val-
P offers the free use of the park,
Iurions eyery: day that the games
played, and will put up $4,100 for
own to play the winners of the
'et. The manager of the Val-
.is here and will confer with.
Hpstaittee today.
I 0a been suggeted to have each
Three games played at different
^p Ist thought 'that, ift. thi.'. is
,.there will be larger crowds, and
WI-e elp q-are *a factor to be

Wa is to play in Jacksonville Sun-
lilMonday and a thorough un-.
Ing of the matter will be had
the manAgers are here.
letteiato Manager Dozier, the
i f the Tampa team is not
tea to whether he will play the
..i the purse or not. He states
4is can. be arranged later, adding
e letter in reference to other
However, the .general spirit
Letter indicates that Tampa is in
ast, foe h.e states that Tampa will
f wlee d-that s amount if tbe ar-
enta can be ade to suit them.
w acolnville fans have r elvedin--
natio;n that while there is no money
at Tampa, it has been practically.
ieanteed and will be on hand at the
l'pr time.
The agreement is to be iron-clad, and
Seonfortnitty to the challenge sent to
oi manager of the Jacksonville base-
lI team by A. J. MeAthur of (lales-
ile. The conditions are that the same
iayera who have been played In the
previous games are tribe used, and that
I:s of these players are to be filed
ilh Mr. MOArthur when the papers
been signed.
'Atta nta Man' "Shanghaed."
|Savantlh,. G.-, July 17--There' is n
to'la tice z-inds of tLoBe who kngw
I 'anu ctain'g" methods employed
b retain craft, but that Joaeph
kier. of Atlanta, nephew of Mrs.

S o. Woodward, was carried "on
fd the British bark Kambria, at-
i to Santos, Brazil, three weeks
As in vestigation is belna ma nda
officials. have bees reenested
Jout for -t*e arrival ,. K,.
It Rucker is aboard he will be
K and arrest will be made O
arse of abaduoion.
C kruE6lta 4nd.' Medcine D.slew
S guy It Seek...

e e d. AlldU mi ad

gayIf f wo "afm ntti*ed afet

Siter .not. s h
Kidney tbWella preys uoin tiramnnd di M
courage ,,tlee and a ito )t, vigo

4;a s t akjdn And' b dor tfln bleo
I hn n tee kidr

the* -e theimm e iiUteq

'VwNM*iQ 0, f tses oreaize.- 'fth- Ims-

4 = ,4 0 .

fr",ths Orstpt oerh anatemll-nHow*
4ost peopl spoIncldn y
p*f testimof wtl -10 r 6 i e
~n ? ilaericurede. r witdh wea lt

bnt-make any miltaked, but remem-
.rwaab p-Root, and the address,
gh ton. N. Y.. tnevery ttle.
" olee tion of" 0icer-- Othar. Notef
4-talfigs Lake, Julyor. l .1 tren. xAurl
baM itiipnvtapt orgns. Thcl tnp

koney lth clevdder rean not to a vehabit
wimen Machine Co., Ias n mure iin-
tyerablo the past week, and bladder tseveralb,
machi bot ned inthe homes of our people
wtth whlch the m are. well pieatsed.
t has AnR s soon herealfr the past week

and othewrearth .fllr rofrAdaam's
iare. You it. have a.

OurIng allsabout t increasing rapidy this
thwsekans Yef testimonial letters recvd
frofm suOrermocud. In writing Dr. Kllerof
& Trento.Inghtonr pr Ys ent S aturday. nd

at the r gani zati on c iat. the Literary
Donlti mnke any mistake, but reNem-
bdre te name, Swamp-Root., pr. KHu-

Society Swamp-eoot, and thmanifested
provesnh t on. N. Y.. os every bottfler.
election of Albert M-thr p tes.

denitgut Laker, July p.-Mpr. iud-t

XissARb.Ha w'kitnIls, oearetary. and,
asn, the clever representative of Pavis

ity the past week, annied placed eeitoral
mahi. in the hsome of our people,

wthH, Love, with the Tyler Lumb perColeed.

e regret that Mrs. W. 0.dolsonigIs
It haspo rained hisere for the pat week
and momither chapter Revull of ans odam

Nw Monument.around it.
Our swools anintereasting rapidlary this

rof.attende meeting of KItyS M ier ofth
Chat the re-organiztd Daughtetion of the Litera-y
onleed viay, Albert h mafth, presl-

iAet, Muby Hawkin, McCretary and

treaure; Mime Fanie Mie ed for the or.
friends Wish her a speedy recovery.

Kirby Smith Chapter Reviews Plans ofa
New Monument. \
There was an interesting and largely
attended meeting of Kitby Smith
Chapter, UInited Daughters of the
Confeeraoy, at the home a the o preas"
dent, Mrs. HI. H. MeOreary, Friday
The meotAig was walled for the pur-
pose of reviewing several plans and
*pecifioations from various bidders for
the proposed Confederate monument
whicb the chapter will erect in Gaines-
vllle. All plans were good, but inas-
mudh aI the order will not bd placed
ntil some time in August no definite
action way taken.
The ,hapter has been very eucoess-
fal in ralisng money for the proposed
monuilient tfund, considerable over
$700 having been already subslribed, a
great de1 of which is collected. It is
a noble work by a noble organization,
and we are gl4 to note the success
with which the Ildies have been
fiavord. __ __ ._ _
Odd Sliow Ofaicers. "
The following tiMaers of Center
LIdgeI-o. 11, 0. Osi'., have been
nladaled for the eaputag etem'
4eo. M. Lynits bG.; S ?. Jordan,

: ,:
V. G.; P Y ~ :. Gmi.

A. Ii tel, L.L X .0it .; ^Raues W.;
J. B. Doglals L ..; asM**lSak0e, 46

The lodg IS now la uua@ rieit fr
la .,psegepinga gp atl .

Poselknap l orme++ t6tlN Int 5at out.

T"0, EL T O .lg seion p'i t:o epo caJ ulty ,
l2a S0113 0On, *.convention find I tothe stuatton In i
S" "t race r ft laee, on the ticket"but
i, T"o little: changed' Te olknftp tfrc s
JURY'" VER. .T A 1CTORY. art tll clamt .that they haVethe

MaWbo ltd Cor:I Iny Dark t rt t adztted by
..many, heower that the oppsition to
:Crime.. Aong Thert Wt Murder, tie oar gueb 'somewhat In
Meat Py P'enalty with i*is Life. strength yesterday and that it the sip-
D0tendaftt Showed No totion. pctrS of. Hon' ts Wilson
+i~tontcZ .O..0 July' .,J ; vi? ,-Alfre4 are able to prevent te omrintilon of
Knapp Was covcleted of mnurer in the Colonel Belknap) on the fret ballot f
rat degree for the imrdr ot hi wife, they have a chance of nominatintg t
annah Goddard .Knbap 'y Judge Pratt or WilllsM 'with former' governor v
Bo den's jury here tod ay W. 0. Bradley and Judge A. R. Bur-
S:The verdict, was ro0porte at 7:30 nam na poasibilittee A4. the event of
o'clock, the jury having been out since a struggle of any length.
. o'clok "last ight/ The day's work will begin with the
VTo the aurpiNie of every$ody there meetings by congresoaonal districtS to
yaa no recommendation o. mercy, andt select members of convention commit f
fte famous criminal must go to the tees. The oOnVention will be called
electric chair. The ttry S'tood tdn to order at 8 o'oclki this afternoon
for conviction without .ervy utl by C. M. Barnett, cbhal,pAMft t1he state
two fort convictio with ,iacy, bciit central committee. Te mporary
unanimous for guilt. i chairman will then appotnt tie 'mem-
'! Whe Knapp wa -broughtl-i nto court bers at large for the committee. At
by Sheriff Bladorf when tlie verdict this point the Belknap supporters ope
was returned convicting ..hi without to score by the appolitment of two bt
recommendation of mercy. tle did not their number to the comaiftteo on ere.
,rhow :any .sign of' emotion, or make dentials thereby assuring themselves
any comment. Knapp was! taken to that 240 contested Belknap votes comn*
Jail at once and Sheriff .ildorf will prising the entire Louisville delega-
llow no outsiders to see tims. ticn, will be seated. .Tbie reports .ot
The result of the trial J' accepted the committees will be followed by the
WIt. great' satisfaction by, the pub- permanent organisaton of the conven-
Hi as hope of a convttoVn became tion. and the adoption of. the plat,
loQi when the jury, remained out so' form. Nominations will come last,
long. Knapp's mother : And sister, and on account of the contests before
were much affected when ,they heard' the committee on credentials may not
the verdict. be reached until tonight and possibly an
The five cases to which Knapp con. other session tomorrow will h e neces.
tfesed Feb, 26 to officials hroe are as sary.
follows: Former United States Senator W. J.
ITnma Littleman, killed in a lumber Deboe will receive the Belknap backing
yard at Cincinnati, June i 891. I for permanent chairman, and Co.mmla.
May Eckert, murdered ipo room on sloner for Internal Revenue John W.
Walnut street, 'l.incinAhti, Aug. 1,; Yorkes will be chairman of the comn-
1894. mittee on resolutions.- There la not
Jennie Knapp, thrown tlio canal at enough anti-administration sentiment
Liberty street, OincInnati, Axug. 7. 1894.o to make a s*ow of strength. The
Ida Gebhard, stranrglel at Indianap- resolutions will be 9f the aband-pat va.
olls, July, 1896., riety and an endorsement of Roose-
Hannah Knapp, murdwere at Hamil- velt's candidacy now seemn assured.
ton, Dec. 22, 1902, and thrown Into
the' Miami river at UAnd wald: the GREAT RAILROAD PROJECT.
body found in Ohio, oppaOsito I,ouis-
vile. Trans AlaskaSiberla Line--Schenoe of
'No visitors are allowed to see Knapp M. Lobet.
i day.. Three hours aftr, convic. .
Uon, Knapp:. said,: with Sanl i raneido, Jnly 16.--Io,11;66qu1
Sae all of wth me Lobet, mber of the eogrphical
po It a+ ft o wtf Im.. ~ clety -o here. He conceived the ide
B" OLD WORK el RnOBSRS. of building a trxns Alaska-Stberil rail.
B -OjOBroad and thereby affording an allrill
New Orleans Sloonlt Bound, Qag. route from New York to Parlis,. shift
ed and Robbed. ing the; coxm4rcial axli from the
New OrleansY July 17.-An Unusual- Suez canPl to Brlin strait. n 188
ly bold attempt at robbery, a0ron and' obot visited Aliaka on0 a scietiff
murder here was made. .J st be. mission nod It was tbere he olitst
fore 2 o'clock Altred Hunter' a. Brit- thought of the great scbheme tt has~t
lah subject, w o, o W a barroom and sonce inte qsted manp wealthy men o(
restaurant, woI as m*aoned to'$s$a door. 'urope and resultedin the formation
When le opened It three men con, of a big company, wihjch, ne .sys, .h1
fronted -him sad one shove4 pistol pledged him ample funds to carry it
fn his face and then pushed their way out. *He is now making a tour of
-ntn- the ialoon 0 the worla in the Interest of this ra.ll
The krobbe tool all tit aoney road scheme, and it l .Wi tabotive th~t
"Hunter eUtl I4itt- for the t*i''They has brought him to San rrriaclco. oa
then -uddenly rabbe4 him, ew him his proposed rate pel' the Ameira A.
na a- bed tied him to the pts and continent much time iB oihnifnltted. The
knotting at tbltderhibrt", gai t.i. plan is for a road .0ac the U t"
Hav ins seeed hi t robNr weI States from New Yotk to aI yI.
Into the b-arroci aid It ~ :ire. ecol, thence northward through Call.
The aflmes er. sreadln 4taidly, fornla, Oregon a24 Wutit nrtou a stl
and the whole premties wore filing the coast to Juaeau, thence P ,i
with smoke before Hunter Boceeed C4 udahy, and thence to the most wet-
in getting tie .ag loosened. His early point of AlasIi projeotln.g (nt
screams for help brought a-ltsance Bering sea. Here ai ttatuni n ."dog.
sad he wa gotten from the building neet the two manla-nde and the.-t
la safety. .";.", : :., '< *'- -. though Siberia to S:It. Petesribtl
The MiremenR ttinishe t:te'anes and then, finally, through B.rope to
after cond erab le damiago been Berlln and Pari. ,
____ :__ __. THE RUM+AN PSTItl o Ni.
/~ .. .*ay.. Has C iomwnltateld with Aneb
Was PrNomI Charitable .Ph.l.. canCharge d'AUfeII.
m e!. .Work. Wai;'g. w to n Zuly tL r i. JeI., b.

Pittsbta .- Huwdq t. petitionit lad or the pr id0 t
son. ka ^^*^^ 1 W f cive ;teo ry by the Brh B hDAe
des th nited 9 ea beb, reeied re 4lti
his ch4 y ropF as Haby haa coaminlate4 W r
the bit e or nat of Mr Mddle, t, e
churches thretiot Pennsylvtl^ sad aire at St
the middle and far west, d;ut4 i meanm to eto
homse In this city last night polite to the attend *.A .heI
indigestion. .It 1, ai4d r 4U-to
*or number of years Mr. I araneM to aptf t4 RgiIA' '
5a Id prsidat, of the ats a of the e*laten t' dl
State Pnsetal Directors' asb* la asceretal wedbero
ad was als prield'ut of theta/ deivet
City Evawuelttatilo anion of. is )atd. stt
@41st tpipeopel churrch itc b pleas firanaed bS
-ist psaic oes asory li. tu.c d stIt

Iwwp-~ P!
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a A .onvctd. Int vy. Q
ying ocon aled W'apnaWo an
to McCall't Omp, h
Days After He M<.Hoale
After having enjoyed lil e &yor0'
reedom, eluding the so cmws a*tVY
turn, Will Taylor, an .seqM at at
was captured by Marshaiblas. Pltnh !
son and his brother, H~bsir t,r Inor
her's quarters, West QGaanesaivtl
Taylor was convicted itn ievy'* ;O.ti
ty in October of last year for "arrylzt
a pistol, and was sentenced t6 pa ,
flne of $100 or spend six monthly* 0L
prison. He was transported to AMi'
turpentine canmpVf B. F. Mcidall :t
Fairbapka, lessee of convicts, where
three days later. he succeeded In .mak
ing his esolpe.
Taylor went to South Flo ida, 4nd4
notwithstanding notice of his bicape,
together with a description, was sept
to every sherift (ni the Btate, he man-
aged to elude the offleers. Becoming
confident that he would be safe, he
ventured to Gainesville with the above
result, He was returned to the M-X4
Oall camp, where he will be compelled
to serve out his sentence under a
strong, guard.
When Other Medicines Have Failed ,
Take Foley's Kiodney Oure. -l b
poured when everything else hbaa 4i p-
pointed. Sold by 3, W. Mo~illutam
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Palatka Foundry and Msahine Wot ,
CHRi rSTANTON ortprietor,
Palatha. hia,

All kinds ofr. Ottinle anal ,Patternm made 4 "l
order from braim or Iron. A modern; up-to-Gate'
motohlno shP., tinvln ont best work poasbl
ut reasonblte pris'. i
eaeotiuly soliotedl Ra. will troeive prompt
ttntioti. if you ar t the market Aor a
obaler or eoond-hah4 macinery. It whl plY
You to write. HUW
Unedr a nd rt. or e6 *xOt4Lion : Iued
o of te county, ourt :0 Al* b:ue-acun0tr.
tA POrld, 0on the 8oth..da ofIMi5t.I
riul, r otl ewel w trn pie .lii
wn itL-. were tefedants, I, r. W. -,
ose of A ionit conity0 iorIa,
tav 1 d upon d will seul betor
Iwt bosv docUIn the otit of Oaiens1v,
-A 0i .0OU0tyWalorl4 % on MondX4y, the-
raiithelmw bout"No I sale, to tas
stm ites btldr therof or. for eOMhS, she
ribed plooe, parcel or tra"t or
inairndbetnWio the ount o
tt Plorld t, %d blaiu ._st -
rtowln lit Pour (4.ive
('1) amd. ThirtyIx (T.ior
%I to the DA f GOatli4vlle.
esd 6ln su lnements.
r w t aePnpert"ni
an oaspl.a ns ew lo the Rih

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th *^ .W' O. en .r on e ..ad1t. Sot dy wtboi

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7 afRgP has .rlttea v'I thorn from ofleis
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Idib to Qpember tnoiptdYe.u

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Vr ItItII UflIY I # MAKEr P. plta A 'TeA. p* Int W temtf0burg b. tos,

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t tM : heG0XIU*IOIi1 .Qrta. ok f d rm o ai.themeeting PereonafetIhInJoint DibateshinU.
"lOpt oeor -or
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PS^ b evia VedomostaiIn a load
,. de., Uo. Go. W\ 1yde of M '. ba".rles and hOS.Y? arti I ayc:
gilpvtlle.,; 0exetut4vo aommlttee, w.^ w_ 'jI I ,-he czar hu. qbflstei
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brought Into: the, it est will b. wheI. L '-mn&ut a f barb.
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Bl~i i*. ^.M Bre t. It' naits#: lof?^ 'rU41put.0. th^ n rtmeite
eig& VfBrewa
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fe 4" ^r cmorethlep Joint debates to
I.O01.w n0 tvy1 idOMIUrnde
rbI wwlc ,13!o wyne~a ._UIJ Pa rie rafl ourbyi&BrORBJVO! bS r. -._.
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I I.or
0r or vitiated a'r or baid 'wa
'_, I.';,*0o .-. 4'*' ,
,paeo at IT-nE oaQder to bave gtd .too@ i
o ght to have the flirt a ti
orhtln saG fjpdo that-hou beetn mvufd .O
white #iIan; et by one pe.ron sI notfitt* .I
t sentencee by another; ..... I"
ordon *wo in o..der to have tood air a
ought to bave the first breatahi
Q Gordo, at ar that has been bIreathed t
m"a, he' per~o.wo Is opt it f .tp breathe aul
". .-5 ; Water Should. be'. frj tro
A.: ar. -qPrt( .or well:.Ifx hydamnt wa
a* derod I, be let i n. a. Jit,". a .
t *tm,"- At /ppe. "are -t to be of ~~ed i
1 but w e thepipe that eoveyo
d t jn -a-. at te t th e-ty."
giren two ,Mma tuat a. nek sh& sir t4
SNteace bani lnvgortate, water that .
m. ThC L with etger tbaint-these, are th<
sppnls a.nd tharmake bloo& Put reash
^. Theeck- the) Iusigui good food aMd p~w
ran able to into the Itomach, a~& nature
ine', lfluL Ihe rest,--Medical Talk.
red that'
Et2hr A frWlct wt*i,. Di
.itog er'. iE*.rtwce llto t V sha 'd4 winegla
Andn el, e lmfl site e ne hear etehie of
x -. *im XA- the rglht band one put an e
Iclon. Te tJ Aretth0 dpi of a eOIqe.
or. few baes of the .gassn Alrfey do
ortlyI fteop r.ims toust~ag each etbar.
fled t u witth a quietc, harp breath, blo
!.tpoWOVQG the lihe where the egg and tU
,in. Thnook- meet. The 'ec wil Jump to tU
i&r the JaJI glaga. ww1 a little practice t
to say fta be done every time. 'Be car
to do, butt blow la a _lne wtl the left ban
;hbhils crle or. the ep will. jump in the wi
'tIh a rock :iCtlon and Gland on the table u
appal -an thi-k blood,. .ut freh -

strung up.f arTOUB uenlts.Ta.1k,
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Hea OJhtao
t. 4 "Don't you think you. are wt
.a, wrong stuxd when you sag you
-d'w Ish your son to marry- MX
urlc Form loughby- asked an Intimate
'Don.t .you know It 1 naatul. a
o -e W.mrs for a. youna f al n .to.. Ur and

Sewil not thinkany the lem 6of hi
Sc *I er because he b as 'wfe?'v
t* .h1 0 "O14 It isn't ..thaW proteste
o n* 'WiIoughby. ,!I don't tnu4 bit
rc ~~Ing on general p pl but
y, ,tic wapt to be called 'tbe Q1d MU
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^atisfaotory Settlement ofa

s. VexrLUOatioUS uoestior.l
A-' .I P I

?:.Assurant to th!' United Starte that
/1 It wll 'In' No' WAy Oppose O'penng
,:i-of.Manchurlain Ports to Commerce.
A,." i ...-' ;'. .. .,
SWsigon, July 174-rTheM&Ahw
St-1 hu boen settled -asU

1W, .coV4l to this morning.
F d

..,.."-; ,. raea have beenreceived from
t. he Otiese government thimt it wll
*-.n the near future, open as- treaty
.. ,tw now closed to the world's trgfflic
The Russian government btaa coun
eye I VA

S i Anud formal a40 tb Ue ntS taetiUsith
.. 'States .overnment that it will not
:, ; ay wWy oppose such Openlng,
,." .' '. .' -. ..0 1.'

While the ports to be opened are.
r;pt ayet specified, it to gathered ftromi
"-i.comMnlcations"Breeelved that they
T.;.'tare MoUkdes, the principal Inland port
,,.*' ^ Manchuria, and TR Tting Miol, at
SPj' he mout. of thae Yal reverd.

:.. tThe state department it highly gra-.
3fl tb narouturme, oen qafttett
I10fld at this outcome wellng that It
0 4a. s cured not only r tor American
or ipmmercebut for the commerce of
SW"h le World at large, a very subpt ai-
fln gminnina
4 Zbp wtaw nyw% develops that l te metng
l ?: M of ahe RuBlan officials iat PortrA

1^^ ft htir ^ust concluded-was but one O1
L1 : j fle e,. mteBo ,thoeh Tn Important rone,
The tt edact the ett 1Petershurg govermimt
'i "^ fc" d platd ins oexecuticnm f Ite putr-

pome tor place mattersfo of Internal od-
;r^' 'h ora in Matnlhurga In v such sa
,:' icondltlon that the port. desired by the
a lanntepd Sates nd Tepxo ti could t be

: opened d to trade without causingdif-
. trbance or involving undue sacrifice
SlS RusJelan Interesta .. It piready has
feen 'reported that much of the.,. rlc
S.tion that had grown 'out of the Mea-
thurlan question was qauwed by a sort
S. tnf trlpje. yet it ldepndtnt adilnistrn-
tlon ofa affairs in Maudhurla by repre-
sentatives of the drnterent brancheB of
Sthe Russian goverment. The result
,i tas that one. officlAJ 'would 'not feel
I )ound to be bound by the- pledges of
Other nations. It Is underptoo4 that
toUoWting the Port Arthur conference,
a0 compact and reBponsible direction
Io. attfadr been arrangedd for and
..4..S;frm.'.m at Pe.tersburg
Iniid:"i. toln meet wIth speedy
Si4fltni01 exct mplace.,.
I\ Mtho Ii n& ot time Is mentioned

I o lWA Fores.
; 'oet C~-ep. Bx~t. ,_ -' *' '*
'ui--~ -I it
46 -ayMOI Maionf 'h eulcan Stato
1ayo#4f *53I -Ifl o tb*1*p Ut't*
coloetio opqeued with .tht- prospect
tof further excitement to b furxtnhs
ed by the report of tie committee on
credential. Thbe ,omittee Btm un%
tUl midnight 'a t utght tearing evi
I denos In the contest "agwr bythe Blb
knap and Willson tforne over the
Sioulsvllle delegation The fIunl' vote
on; the matter resulted- 7 to 5 tu f-
Vor or .seating the Belkap delegates.
Heartened by Governor Branletsy'
personal popularity and the set4-4tsM-
I pede of yesterday tbe Wlllson fortbe
have : determined to carry the fight
over the Louisville delegation to :the
floor of the convention and thA fvIe
members of the committee on C T
dontials -who voted for the W-l bne
delegation prepared a strong min0orlty
report, It having been arranged that
CGovernor Bradley ,.bould" lead the
t. j : "
SThe night was spent by the Bel-
knap rpanngers in strengthening their
fences and bolstering up the weak
spotty where the Bradley zephyr had
carried them &awa. There was a
general shifting of the ltnea last. nflt.
.,the Wllson and tratt men taking w
nwred courage after yesterday after;
noon's Bradley demonstration. They
were claiming that the vote for temr
porary chairman was not a ;fair teot
[and that Major Owens received many
votes .from a large, personal following,
'the majority o whom were against
Belknap. It was this state of atalrs
which led to the determrnation tt
throw the report of the committee on
credentials to the floor of the eonven-
tion. The opposition to Belknap reck.
cned the koOral effect of a. vIctory oi

at least a )4rd fight wdrth trvlce the
249 contested votes in that delegationn
counting on former Governor Bradley
or Judge W. H. iolt, of Porto Rico,
'a dark horses. ." '
, While the delegates were waiting
for the call to order the'Bradley boom
wais givro another snove. The r
mer governor when, he entered the
hal was given an ovation scarcely'
less enthustalStic than the one of yeu*
terday. The convention was called
to order at 10:16,, but the committees
were not ready.
The convention adjourned until 1
-o'clock with the committee on creden-
tialms tull out.


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Every lmnom(i|p -Ir .ll Swells the
Hostsa thatAre &t4lng In the City.
.by the Likct-mThr *kreat Moetlnga.
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petroit, MYch 17<".-Bvery In.
coming.. train through the p igt
brought its.. quota to i.welIl the hosts
ot ,1pworth ILagu.orW- and hundreds.
moreO. arrived ob4 tbe;,noruing trains,
both regular and spJal, until, when
Vhe Bexth S Intenatl1Qnl convention
opened this afternoon thor u were, It
Is OstImated, 16,000 0. tho leaguers in
the city. '
The convention wi .o:. i .t 2:80
0 o'clock thia aftern:a \. itit three
great meetings, one fr\ in. Ontrit(a,
atL the corner of Flortt ial Lafttay.
ette avenues, one. tu thb' trotot oe'
era house ahd one In t," (Central MA.
i Churh ach v c ting followed
Identically the sam,1 p)rog-ram, ad-
dresses of welcome, .rtCpnst's and a
keynote, address., .
The large chorus -rg:mIzed among
the local singers, to' furnish the mu-'
sic for the conveotiqn was divid 1
and onethr o' thirdftlu Dumber sang In
each audItor1vua unmir the leadership
of NEvaunelts Johu IJIlls J. W t
Black and CurcoH b Ttlrman. I
The keynote address was deliveredi
by Rev. D. G. fDowuey, of Brooklyn,'
JN.Y. .' ,
Bishop Eirl WinsatOAi, DD. IL.D., prep
sided over tIe CenLtal M. E. church
meeting t as t- J7fManl and Rev. James1
Hl Potts, of thls city. made the wet-
coming address. -


The keyr-' t- d&dr"s at the meeting
was mdc h:' r Ievr, E. VWllIon, of
Jacksonvi,&0a. nia..
The Detrflgq, opera house was crowd-
ed when P v. H.'W. Weatherstun,
03 Hattr;,'., Missp the chairman ot
the metL ng, pvrenflted Rev. Alfred
Brown,. of Windsor,: Out., who Invok-
.ed the divine blesiflg. Qovornor A.
T., Blss, himself prominent Meth.
odlst, then welcomed the leaguers io
the city ana at ttei... Rev. George WM-,
Dott foliuwed with a wvelcorne on be&
Half ot th, Methodidts of the city.,
RevI O? U, fDulfoe.*-o ct Naile.vvllle,
Tenn generaL ksecretary-or the Mp*
worth bLesgue of the MI. t. church,
uouth,, r responded to the welcome. The

N d d uS o mICLbC
5cxema. Beginning' ofn with
spreads followed by pustilee or
oozes which dries and tcalo&E oi 01
pears on different partof the bod
legs and face,1 and. is a _a
veritabletormentat at 1,d
times, vspecialy at
night or when ove v e r"
heated. -,
The cause of -- lEce.
ina is a too actid and am
getieral unhealthy con-
dition of the blood.
The terrifying itching *In
and buruniug is pro-t .
duced by the overflow Btat
through the glands and
pores of the skin of the fiery poi
-.-- loadeMd.
washes, so
cooling V
t t~~touch the
S -1' ,' ^does, and
thin add blood tAndeleanssS anc
skin clears off and iTFczema with
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birees of Death Pop. Lee I(il
lRpmarkable Powelygiyt.
l|mnk He ay L I: ve, Po l
Many Days.. -:..;:
July 18-T. e pope'. conud.
afternoon shows+ some '. Ami"
tihe liquidation in ,tha* pti
Decided further 1o poet9
nlght, as well as th^routh.
tknig, th~e pope oo$t4laed0
his breathing was better.
a 4oes not .want ny one 0 onU.
S1' thq : room, the pontit rings
tly 'for' trivial causes, heis
be|rond doubt, :.hiblsdil oy
hip."' He takes very rw
ePSis of meat brtht tekrnAt
halft-poontuls of geolatin.ei
ttttniues bcarce*, axnottn U'
00 1 24 hours to 80 cubit centi-
. When asleep the p"o tif AP-
.'! he dead. His cheeks are
p, his eyes are hollow his
are exceptionally prominent,
* S being tightly drawn over the
I4-ea. When awake the" pope
i:: .ppeoars to retain le sily
s br illant, black eyes, though he
ed the lucidity of hi s ind
morning And gave tresh .pnof
i! wonderful memory, saying: "
day ip the fete 4t. LeJ. I
never failed. to -..PS t :'a5kt
when almost a Uoy, 4~ ai. to,
to participate In the ubilee of
1I. I wish to hear mass tot4ay'
pontiff' desire was immediate.
Med r. iarsolitA.celw,
1: i he4l yetted ey. in,
aoining the sick: rvop,
S ,understands the' grovty*
fOtnditon and says he is ready.
bt e,. does .not realize the,
a of .his danger as again
l Vld when 'his confebtor,
iPIer, asked to see him.- Thei
'being informed of the mo*.
t~ quest replied, somewhat
fnow. Tell him I shall not die'
InIllng for him."...
doctors really think that, un-
, oomplhcatlon arises, the pope
Oive for days and even weeks


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1er Gov ner.0 S
artllHe.i July 18-4' erte. ;on.
fplo .of Whebblteoa-. ."v-e elected er
fonllowig ticket after a lvely and co0
Ating eonte.t of -5.+veuI Gay.: 15
*or Goveraor-eMofrfs B. RBelkap, to
W* ville. -
SLlZetA-enant Gove-rno-J.T 3, WI. .
t, of AshlaInd. > ".
~a Aditbr--eorge W. Welste of
corM Attorney General-.Wflhiapu gst
kner, of Winch-ter. .*
or Secretary of n -tate-J. At
ight, d" matdehd. th
musan ee of Laborers to Retitl tor O
'dork In New Yorkdyte -. ." '.,

other yeau by the rcklaera' .'
sb,, It is salad, Insures the votake to let
gkxm Monday of 76.0o0 mea. ead 1|4
lsad of the bunldleg trades tie i>. Ia<
fact that 18 er the 1 local 44i
of the brothbthood .1 mrpea'
Wid joiners have ascepta O ts
agreement Is takr se *h
Ipseance that the strthe sm

r othe byl*ad fth e h
0r0 e, "bo on his death bed` rw4 aloe
in ee 4W'( o an old0 .dr- A po.'
po*tl, to how the exact: iaot aw
the $reaiate was buried.
Betor, hit departure Ha~ip e
e*d that he bhad.tound tthe et aQt
se .took with: im a n ber ~f, Iat '
Vaq ; beg whi*tch he had 4iA r 4 ha
convenlett tranaportatlou ot the treaAt
ra. The tewspap e
Stao tmapts to guie them e
' a eeing to. make tChe acor t beo.
forQ hea oe. o '
W/VSS *560,000, CH4A :-tIT V
Captain John Flannery, of adSvnah,'
Makes' L beral onatien.
'Savannah, Ga., Jul^ i8~. tafnd 0*
$50,O0O has been set aside by Or taln
Jo:hn Plannery, o ne o ava"* n
Sle eqrgia o aritable'0s tit uktlut
OThey ar to ghe a$lue j at once.
Bishop Kelley, of the Oatiqlo tidioe e
of Savannah, will manaethe fund In
connection with a board conlsting
of two prominent Oathollcs of Sava..
nah. ..
captain tiannery Is president of the
Southern .Bank of tbe Statef O Geor
gia and head of the io Bn Flanne~ry
comptty, cotton factors. Two of th i
ocal charities known to be bow"ecias.
riia "of the trust are the hqiIe for
the"aged and- St. Mry*.Orphana home,
while it is believed that the St. !'.
aeph's orphanage at'tWa ,ting tif
'also share the .
Patal'Shootingl\ak to Have Rasuited
r rom Ofensilve Rem ia.
Valdoata, a. July 81-. ke jias,
a prominent young man of 0cll, (a",
18 miles north of tbls city, i Aot and
'killed Dayid Mr bw at -ftbat place
Thursday morning.
Sims is bookkeeper for the large saw-
mill firm of J. N. Bryan o00., and

arlow was a teamster for" the same
Information received here la to the
act that Sims went to Marlow's
use, and calling him out, shot him
roug the body twice with a pistol.
The trouble is said to have grown
t of some offensive remarks aw'
r is alleged to have made about
Toung Pim, telegraphed to his fath,.
who live nsti Ousley, In thiMe
unty, to go to Cecil at once, and it
.upposed that be has surrendered
the althoritiu~e.
W, Offcea. EAtblihfd and Some
, Are DiscontInud.
Waalsogton, July ;~4-The following
ngea f postal service in Geom%
iavtb 'be-t made: :
Saw offices have been established
abo s la county, -nl.,ll
An~A moautg. 1* miles soath of

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Atlan t a, Juts 18.' D- ental ot the
convilet qu:st 0a was oeneprd 1p ta thy
W house yeeterd0'6 on the 'It by i Mr. ittodent $
Fder, of Bibb, provdliag .tAp. of
the 04. lc. e 0ofi,:th t he% *4or,

Wil e Tie by martial. t"drable Is(l t .... It i Stated y Mv~ 1
*mttpof iawy. oareendent4 w. W offered to At St Petersburg, Tt! .
iti W of e the bll. ou : th*m beit one o t
erift P.tgleia e hfant o Had sidered of.tti-mh lbmp'rtanco, povidl, 'ernmeint Will Nfot N i v i
,." '+`ed that the r eMue. derived. from uchA Under Any Cirouwa't
convicts as. an les.d:4 hazl be distrib.
eriau, Juily 18.-A di to The uted to those eQtaies w1ch do n< Washington, 3\\y -ti 8(t t
O i pl tt ro 1 L ays that work their QoW o,0nct. This was by the aeoretary of s(tt,:, l
a ct of o rei.s of t Ih Portu. by -Mr, Wwoble, of Upson., iadent created by .tM' ioft 1
pn. ..fanti V *fvo be:b ste4 on Aottr a e49e whts, consumed pra Pireaent tita otf .Withei;6'=to 4,
the chart of coapig at King tloaly all ll o yesterday's session tbe Ruesia Ist 0e1d. : t L
Aretp^. h i wU b y court-. senote pPaad the bill of 'ena ya .&. i, ent today: M e ,pubil' the
matt4 .: ', -via pr ovding that- oorporatl4im oA sp*ondence ath,#,hu tsn ,pla
leatbiom ot a wilswp conspir. j ,:wwer the operations of t.le n p otlng t+o ItOs T.,
ar .tt the dy,*asty ve ve bee chime tWi lwa shall, in making the har already "be, (oecMted :i)
.e:tertIneg for soe t the Instil payrienti required by the state aW, ,pra d 4ispatche ,
'(ft .being o-.... wht *rp cash. be giBven dt. for euch sums. as they Te corre sWdejie onaltsi o
1 4 sop tlinme o. er reg. ere, undoat extating arrfatgementO ilUca4tot jto 4f |BtJdl<>, U. e
t, Are to e a 4. agreements, now patyint' eh year to State charged *t TB ?te b
the .munticlpalttIe within which they. ottit1 in. ealtl th~ i i
PWOTMH. IE O3 -erate0. : tt to' pre
.'----.... While this bill only effects Atlanta fo*relgn. on 'i e if tJ e w"t
in teQowh& in great:. ting Held and, -erhap6 two or three other Itfiea Calve it. t
S"''in .the. s'ate it Is general tn its termsl. tha the foreign Aff.,, (4
Detroit:. I%1o y .* ,The olect almwx at, am 6xplaied b ceYe It under any iri
.Detrolt+, ,Mi Uly:J A. eginnlng the promoters of the MOnteur, 1 to .Secretary Hay it
with', Wtch. sor.~v iat 0 o'clock provide tor equality ot franchise tAxa,* WiRith committee l f t
thi m-ornig, toa D rt tor the tion and to prevent the double .aig--
piworth :Leaguer who -attendaLg which would result ultea .some suem OOBVEL'T NOT, SURPRl*,
the sixth ternational ention of bill te this wel'o passed,.
tate 1eAgte compriad meetings The following senate bilt were pas. At RusMla'a, Refuteuf to aIft lvelt S
durIng the ,day id even Despite ed by the senate: B'Rrlth Petitlen,.
th early hir there, w. 4 good a t By Senator ,Comnas-To authorlse Oyster Bay, L. 1,, July 8.IS-- *
tdoano at thIe morning *itch, whthb the 'issue of bonds by the county of dent Itoos0eelt waS not rurprwl '
W; p'eeided over by Rev. 8. B. Pierce for s ahool purposes. that the RussIanl ot e m' e t sh'"
T of Geastle, in the By' Senatbor omnas--To establish a decline to roielve tI. b pI BI
*ot al ci. fI church. -system of pabllo schools iu Pierce pettitlonor any othp grer entaUtt
*oAt -'o fot do ental ty, ."Lregarding, the. K ai( t.xaore,
CoAN iSneitMm w y pied, the '.By. enator Sweat-To create a new *, The ,pol9y4o4'Ittagt i+t eto' t
Sof th# '*4eettg.. ^' ( were -on charter for .Niehole, Coftee county. oaft, o.fficlly. The to. of Rue. (
pi9itutal Mo ri the s; M. E.. By Senator selton-To :z:: prohibit .aI". declination :WA receive er
jmi^ t or*, nior w9rk, the n'mnufacture-o" distilled spiits t lat ght itn along telegram fro Sea'
1Y"hl s, At Hrt county.. retary Hay. Towa mdallght th.1:
Xnz^evA.Q M. 'The hitus bittl of Wejof, tlt pesidest sent ,to' *r4.ry *a)
salt ic 4a (p pe met+, to licoQrfortA pe to*Wao at En neither of the messaoes ,re 4 0 giloseW
; "l of o^ur Ujl.j W ay, was palsed'.y the senate, althou-gh it is mown that' t'. pri. ,
g ; 'e that het ?avorej having* The committee o0 education report" dent re iested the secretary to m
tby aiskla'rlsi tt eepaiate cAlase in ed adverselOty the bi of oMeaws. teed nblo the action of this, government
S.i y ehools aiter certg ag. and Hlxon to provide for te ,election tpeclntg the inetdont. '
"fitpeiieqoe tettzem us." 'Ii. maid, of county school commissioners by Presldent Roomevelt has no state*.'
"that boye. irI from to the people..... "- .' t to mtai at this time regarati.
years t ge ar 'ver'y difficult t' reach Senator Middlebrookl moved to di. t .imatteiT Whatever Information '
i their to ett when brought 'togeth- aree' to the adterse report of t h t 4uilit ..station ma. care to make
r i< 4ixed c iise 01. if Int0m'doate committee, and united that the blit pi ernl it WIlle t be given out "
leagues we 4m I woul nd suggestn be made the ipeoli- order ftor' net bt state departnientt t Waashlng'
orisi tW -" o the y and uesda, t-', .fo o
He rge4 care In the set," 'on of :i. further e6rts W ..ll be made
oneior tergls '- This4 ai t b 0atoei Un
.Mited4 otthe I*ts of P!ig.e,. *enl LmAnd ..s F t
Vety41 cto 'and :Puebleo. o Jun it..'...y i u It g certannt t ;
toq Dr. h E 'deolare hould ever lb the Tfite %tgate 1ansm e the pedtiton, Ru
ave ther d Weons, n tin this etio the t~ the iiti% a ps
ee-ping, 16 to'e I nte t :ra-lu th pai0 t1ous1ndj$4 4w l h or b';,A r to $ e her -
wlves i th w "l!e W`I tha thousand aeg of .e co
boys 4 tIS Do" te-4 I4 n Aly li ain Las Amat couty tha f 4tp As
be refly gey ey dri entered as tim r t b* le
Ipto d t Al ey S6* t. and under ote t s, m h e tf prilp
# F: 4 *" m "4" iit-theI In ally the cotest. we betwfeag *t',It tope f* .,
ml 'om" fly art. u T l tP I bi'it -

CI NIQ DaNis it etwas i resifty A+ 6 (efv eon.
S.tween the oloiy P ahIs o1ages had-..i.
Oansdlisu tflpEvt t Yt ill Ps company nd the Viotoy Qoal g ?# dfig# i ssiiF S *
* o ld' y*i o e 4 11a''t Sr. pe he oba.."M1.*" ro
8* the -W, taY' Irlom sth 't 9 'i e n
toasdian edmst s oh f Mthe
NWq 4 o:aadiauri faling R Mep' tring iIftary P4rig 7gaetly
tune to Aoiavr soientite ston Ssn Wrsachee,4uly A( bA

lTh& efi wi te Ches" ligaton as WeAba bada netter ic
laow. ptos e l' o
can ve. Wb^ateg .-
.,n hAS4 thit tR 0* etst 0se*atb p (bb
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