The Gainesville sun

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

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
aleph - 002027045
oclc - 32993937
notis - AKL4635
lccn - sn 95026969
System ID:
UF00079930:00850

Related Items

Related Items:
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by:
Twice-a-week sun (Gainesville, Fla.)

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S Pubis ftwausy Afernoon.
l ulnvilles as vorvd Kturds
o'u."vZ* i FLORIDA. with a eli rom Hlons. M1. IR. 3iA-
"" OTa lap. of Tampa, Repnbliean asidl.
dats for goVtrtor, J. s. i'hteniy I T trectors atd Orlsdo, didate fo a' "ngreta tr*
einet Embalmers. o d Distric...tW.. s...t..,.
Of Orlapdo, ossaldate tot state ,Skpr-
lautensl of Pubie Junstrutiun, whq
eam In compiloee with the appoint-
aettN w ..rfm Md )etealutn mult sto address the' people oun lm Is-
b06pt ,i0 u W Rubber S ptamp, Art *ses of the day from a J epuiliulan
u Vatf ,., ,e llI K. mstandpolnt.
S,~ad fuefllt The s.pesakki wmo sunnounced for J :3
o'olookIn la the isfwrnofn, bIt owilg
S to the Fialuro fI M(jqr.. MlaeFarlne
n "- f m and Cheney to arrive until tio, after-
pbon'Ifaii 4rlteItrd froni gII1h Sprian;e,
OW mthesertieiies did nut bvgln until
In early 4 u'elkisk. lIon. W. (i. itRbin*
..-ML 'F 8 Jmk. I^ L son ceived a tiehgram frrmun Mv.
S't @ Pi iisenei Cheney rplitilng their delay in tliat
they Wirmtd ounnuotlmu at High
S spring and 3 9surin him thiss 1hy
Should aum n thu 8:".te train, liun.
SW, R. O'Neal, who oanme dinrrt froni
Orlando, arrived over tht Seaboard at
12. :40. The Oainesville Silver Cornres
M14ad keplt th au4dleoe In a conented
mood, howuvrir. and when Col. Robin-
~ called the irnting to order severy-
B'1.b lp1bd; was 1 '1 arently ia good hunumor.
,.Ip ,. ,Col. RloIdnion t register of the
S'UIIdt BA ies land otee, chairman of
"-he Repubiioan Exuqtive Cummittee
i h' imr Sti m of the Second Conreulousaiastrie,
s ii, M es, aIn allt of the lad in it epubli-
So "she s ft tae tih. s highly re
S pwtadl by all who know him. regard.
H*Im s of polislts, and Beturday eom.
monded Sb. Sleas* a *-ltt on in hib
4 lb 4u ssiom which he eu*oused with
ems" gu s. and olmloquene.
T w di H*tae epo for an hour
sad, a hlf; the audiele. paid lose
.H.. .. ...S* a URSod ev aI O wore pparently great
sathiofA I w I l pud wlh what they sid.
1040.0t 11W mopsy ae ail *loquens and pleasing
pkan.o a nt enlertained thosw- press.
:a1'- l, m, i 1 elver manner. A good
"s 'X.,,n, l0. e s e 0 akb s and it w.
th gays.. ,,!(. I to=able tt W number of
Htin, sas j, : 1 I lat lame ,the beSt people of

1"0 goh t t. adM M PATA, FAMILY FRUID.
P Pie6s4Mrta W *O Ih *ht to ath it Mitchell Coum
imai s %l gy toUo CAlmli, a.. O'ct. .-At alrelolt,
tekl. We rgwp a posutoic. about 16 moe. distat
ia. fom herW, in lttchlell county, Johu
wiilll Sth -an.4d Kimn Bltl0, bis son, wore
shot .. and Itatl killed by Gilles
i a ish umperkmfS"r S mha s.R. m breb4nt of that place.
"fuAt '" iri kbllAlIn was the result of a feud
S* ftm back several years. The
hiths, bet 4ad son, were charred
1!t..wB n B h Chwu UHlieowasera with Olrlin
Soo *-,- t the ir's store, but were sto
IA kutte4 ma trial. This acquittal)
*,T n 'S~ peWra tlyam ed Gillenwateru, wbh
i atimsmm I,. na iM thwe swore Iesence.
$51,.i1 b e rridr of the poltofflee at Falrclotb,
SKMr HCb. a M,. w Smta h ah hi so; Sli Smith,
4 u*B ^ t Muy saW'U Wfhd la the doorway.
me fleshy, eas w o't hom e Iv here," aoutd ot
Ai day a 14s1 OM Thaua Iesiatersi "or I will blow your heads
:The Smiths. beedlls. of the warm
I"..." u Ms. .May o@ NswbnerqF Ma., advanced Inlto the building. As
P, 4tlihe week here. they crossed the threshabold, Chaile
:{'tW, .nmm qef S altW Ollmewateras leveled hto ihotgunl


*0 ltoo h ReMo. whclh war loaded with bucahot. nad
iiMSubal t iis W- as. wilth Srd both barrels. The two fmlithb
S epM & o, stmwill be gladto edl and died Instantly. .
fdh d4s ell-tI see him. It. i feared tmt thie end Is ant yet
Sfe' eling between the two ftailliea
'iM A, s veryo better and It may brek OW
1 .ti*, Oet .&-Automobiles to I runMOew hostilities.
,, WW or 4317 wore broug ht to --"'
Sthmrouh the ort of Now UNDER HEAVY GUARD,
S eltg the nine moStlbs eedd
S ctoinrtl to fiures issued by Alleged Murdernep Carried to Folkston
l*. w Wht1eead. Thin ai m fr Trial.
wit tisIeM the number imported dur. Jacktonville, 1.li. Oct. S.-Sherift
Sthe Ma prtiod last year. The MIattx left JarksonvIlle t l morning
S n alr 'tWs ot the 417 machines wax with Hiary Altman. Charles Altman
1 W Ip.tuis t as average of about and Ivy Harvey, under heavy guard.
T h elmalhie. The duty for rolkaton. (a.. wh.re they will be
SSt as t ue machines at 45 per cent tried for the killing of Jackson Dun.
i iro to $~a and Jim Rley.
i i lt will let remrembere that thowe
irikle f Col sriva meMn are part of the nfotoritlls Alt-
SCOlaslstI. Oct. -A strike. t f 3 man ga h. 1c of whom have been g1iv
a d*terswe her was seompfeao d by On preliminary hrarlngt tn Iakkertoun.
WhibWne today. OCe aooanloa dri t, Florida. for their atrocities thMere
* in j pa bagl y hurt, bsel ssultod s W and who are now held to await action
* b aulipaW coal. Ther were two of the grand Jury.
as wM r Ia t-reto with ohr The the ree men In question were
I ~~ .W. i A h thermoeter claimed by" the Georgia authorltlites, .
i. "Wep thv fr" i iito the poorer elass the killing of Od)ncan and Riley oc-
.gi ta SlOo the oi 0 *tt mlSalse tI the curred on a tratln movlhg thrnI gh the
ig t4 bg ntla ~* l W co lower part of C'hrltn county. Geoo
US m to make* d ysrla& 8la. I o the night of Sept. II.
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IRA J.


GE N ERAL


Dry GQK o, (<'thing, FurnIshin Hats, Sh
:o(rcejsri. Hay and Grain, Etc, and will
ec ihat i th supportt of his old frlonuls in
W est Eni. High-Class Goods at Lowest Prices.
5 r'4 gent Tror pFlorence Wape. We im nbadlle a rmplie lihs e
itehom uimkl,, tiPens. nells, t41mt l'aper, Eta.
llihkett C'akh I'rice 'lh forr Se lsland ('Ott *and1 allrustury pr n ,
po }.t dlori't E* NI we'll both lowI money.
IRA J. 'AIITEII, Ntwbhrry, li,'

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BRITISH


COLUMBIA ILLUSTRATE
CONTAtNINX ;I 0 VIEWS
1. .' '4 r itae Ikoust ietl Me a% < r'*e I or


The Richest Province In the British Empire
it n o:tl. :tal tnt er itw :'.hlerir.tin M~a. lake and river : itidi r.: ;i | ir i' t
rebour-; t. ,.t:'-.N arn great i-t0Irt ',*- -.')lIt ltit. mItt. vie Wh i!f UC the prinOll-t l flinetln T,id htnflIeI rw, etc.
Notd r.'tr-Fr on Relit ofl rlf, $1.00 and $+..I
Address, JAMES LAWLER, Rossland. B. C.
'the n-aesst iadverc-r in and for Utrilih c(oluhjiiIT'.A


BEST BUY IN


B. C., CANADA, AT
15 CENTS


GREATEST GOLD


DISCOVERY OF THE


AGE IS IN I


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Consolidated Gold Mines, Limited.


Capital $625,000, of which 35 per tent in shares is now is a
Treasury. Shares fully paid and non-asseasable.


Mines directly west of the LeRoli
sad LeRol No. 2, War Eagle and Cen-
tre Star, four of the largest gold-eop-
per mines in the world, all of whIoh
have paid large dividends.
$auname identieal owe arnd veins
now In light on the Il1 FOUR. Large
ore bodies,
Assys from *5 to $SA) In gold, cop*
per, llver, ete. Very rieh display as
now on exhibition in the city ore ex.
hibit, causing wide comment.
. We have nearly two WntLe. of rail-
way on gixo Four property with water
and timber in abundance.
Roseland ore shipinteml for ltj12,
86I,0(. tont. Nhipped for 1 sh. about
410,000 tons. Tnlal value of Itosnland
ores mined, $2.7,x),000oo.


Roseland's large ore bodies asm
great maecese with the cooeenS
system of ore re~-uation. $800
now payS to mine as now proved
the latest reports and dividends.
SNo 1oM than 100 shares sold.
ean be had on installment plan,
Mente monthly. Twenty per
cash, balance within a year.
Company baa no debts or liabillee
lreferences.-The Hon. Mayor, (a0
Commiealoner, pontmaster, or MW
bank or busimese man in city.
There iesa tide in the affairs of meI
which taken at the lood, leads on t
fortune. Omitted, all the voyaie s
their life is bound in shullowa and i4
:mleries.


PlCM Note 'Prlh* t Any amount I.I. tb.nhan 1rt 6e4i1d I I, wo
or express moner irder r Ilh; ,IouSt. 'r
15 Cents PE t draft toSert
15 Cents 'SHARE Big Four Coasol0dated Gold Itaes, WI
For O Xonthl. emland,.
Order 1I)nnk tt.d our mo toinierchenlive aik4 com4 lete ltul trtteMt l'rmslF ely turi s boWll
aIl MouNks.' filfe-< i rA lriL s Vftaltj;te nrormation. with Mia aunil K etmiL fromn Miltir lu. A
neer. %nTt to !hmtori nt r tbor* ee dIering to invest.

T. F THNOMAS


Undertaking Ca1

FULL LINE OF
~FULL LINE OF'


Oh, It Makes Me Smile


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PE D IO I C K '


BUGGIES AND WAGONS.


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Made In ailnrellle bhy
C. PEDRIC K


USED EVER WHERE
y L V RItevl,)r.
F LU I. LY G (' A R.T NEED.


NE\M

Personal atteatlem
this line. Mall and
promptly attended to.


Gainesville, .


NEW


And I'plo-
Dlate'


r GOOD&

to all mater la 1
telegraph order


Florida


MOUNTS


and the Latest Styles
in FOLDERS
at

SMITH'S STUDIO.


CARTER"i
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NEWBERRY, tFLORI )A,
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4 q otest leeaned by u
S! llw *xRtIG p'.eas
.pAb >n tL Is ( issetiw. a
nimuei.t* i ," bat when
b... t A. shisl Is wounad
S p0$Wwwb .por by ruaot
swyd to Mvity and pro
t.. ulleVtM poiso a lnown
.r |theuy dmroyd und Sal
Sf avoided by pplyi
iClats PWai OBakia freely as
%*e Itjtry Is melvedt Pal.
l. asit.eptois tad eaem cats,
M4Ott q 4 i one-thirt the
a ~r She sinai Inatment

ir. Asts'a Sislter Dod.
An 1the Atlsata Oonstlsuilton ow
les. We ato the death In Lit
ii Arhof nK, P. H. 0orn,
eM midemal of Columbus: U.,
eard!. ,W Litltle Rook, where
~th bma fo her health, turd~y


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"as on TuWby October 11.

MANY W114 $a PRESENT
AMfPg Whom Are' Some of the Flnes#
.snd Most Stoquciet pekert In the
S0tue-Session Will Probably Loas
for Three Oays-Puhbsl Invited.
The Proebyn ry of the uwmanee will
Nm with h F rtt V Preaby.terie
iQhqh1p tIkids oatly ltept.annual sa-*
IlWO0 on Teidly, she Itlh lass.
The fslt ~inlag of f. session will
be bhlE In the evenlng, bgtiloing st
7 44 o9elok. The eolntPlftion at this
time will have the les!une ol Ihten.
lea toS a able seroao by Rev. Dr. W.
t. fopogs., the emiseut divine of Jaek.
npmvlle. Dr. Boop s Its of the mot
loquint and Impreive speakers in
theb ste, mud his .erioen Is antll.
Igletd with a gieat deal of Interest
by those who love good work.
The seion promises to continue for
two or sihn days, sad Ioeasuoh as
there te Isgat deal of business to be
dI4pOs of aMde fIrom the* votional
ezrelse, will no doubsi prove An in.
osllailg one. The business "sslons
will be beld through she day, the re.I
Moalse io eonolud* with devotional
*ertles arid pnrehIng In the ewala l.
On Wedaueiq Vrealtmi he 0ooGre.
Ilt0ao will be favorved 'ith a special
wio by h eV.T. Brown of the Easts
Ufa*Willte aholnh, wiho has selected
for his oubjeesl s "n*Inqe oin." Ur.
BrowS n ieoeo of the be read preacM.
e0 in the Pvbysteq. and those who
bear hj em this dieoflem will appre-
e asl what bhe iha io se.
The Pnabtoery of the Sowane*. a
the Wta lesSei, Is a Prmbytorlan
n (I s ery smallu to the an*-
SU s MShods e4 t Baptis
eliutmlh. This Prebtoery comprise
b64eountiesa il prtbsoft Florida, and
alattiern and *.ldei laenpemewd from
i JmkeeawVlle, rFesmilelan Palatka.
SOna, Lake CI 0O, k. l, 0 l Mionopy,
."o1.r aOd otbhr points.
RevK Tho. P. HIar, the pntor, In
bfthaof ofr meonmregailqn of the First
Prebft Has Chureih,e enodte a ordiale
InvIteO to thq public to attend these

mChamuprlile'a Cough Remedy.
PI one who is sequloated with its
* good q4liul esa htbeurprled at the
Srat populaIty of Chasmbeafaln'
Coufh Rewedry I nos only ewtre
eoid* and grip eresotually and perms.
f aeanty. but p rents these diseases
fr. l mvultlwg In pneumonia. It is
si a oertansn eorn for Orop. Whoop*
oag ough ls sot dangerous when this
anme4p Is glve. It tiLain. no opinum
or other harmful uubstaaie and may
Sbe glven s aon5fUently o a ebby as to
a mn adult. It Is also pleassst to take.
SWben all of these faot are taken into
S0oneilderaton It is not surprlstng that
e peoPl In forein lands. a well as at
Sholme, nenm this remedy very highly
ad vry few ar wiing to take any
o kher a ter havial once used it. For
. ate by all dragg ei~t, .
0.. MEETING DEOEMIER 13.


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Kntghts of Pythlas Witll Convene In
DPstrict Meeting on That Date.
At fdo meeting of Mount Vera9n
L ode No. 10, Knlghts of Pythias,. held
Tueday eoenlng, sthe question or the
date for holding tshe next distrflt meet-
lof, which we ordered to be held with
Mount Veroon ioe, was brought up
and diseuised. which rsultid In a de-
l6lomn to hold the same oin Tuesday.
Dseember 18.
The dibtriet eompri*es ten of the,
best and namos prominent Kuighis of
yhiasu IodRes in the State, with W.
E. Dow of 111bh Sprlisgs as district


Str-uLi nl \4 r iW WA l-or,
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\ HERBINE


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hus p1i thG!p Vlwtue r41C'rf of
denly offtent. HEHYNLNr i
segulcriy will forctagill 4t uNA
jjw0 Jtlvis orgma Ij |, t oa
tiut, gbol pa Ulwus, adtm
Svr Iltal kcp you a oL-al h
p fTY IT ToDAay.
ak aBesap ASfANrm


For Sale by Johmson Bros.. Gainekvil'e



CHARLES BLUM & CO.,

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Whiskies, Wines
Siandi Liquors

S==\No. 617-517.5


BAY STREET,

JACKSONVILLE,
FLORIDA.


Apnts. for Pabst Mlw kee Beer
E%:isart. .r bbl, lO)dins, $1 pierdoz, 01.25
lile* iittoboua, per but. 10 dlO. $12; per dos, 1 &0j
Jung's Calnnatl Rd Headrt *Beer.
I'l'r ibl, 10 dos. $9: per dos, $1.


We
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pWy freight or express charges
follnwvig liquors:
r' LEWIS 1886, Away Above Everything in
the Whisky Line:
4 full (qurts ........ .* ,o
12 full quarts .... .... 7:
BLUM'S MONOGRAM, O10 Yars C'd:
S4 (i uittr ... . 4 frill quart ......
12 fall quarts .... i"2 tu,
EARLY TIMES, Pure Sour Mash Whisky:
Bottled la d nd Ir odernaiment in;wribleo.
-1 full uartF, del ..l <
1; full ((uarts .S., :, ,
12 l full iquarlt .. ,


BLUM'S SYLVAN GLEN,
Years Old:


f tll
full
iult


SHEftiDAN CLUB:
4 fil lftpia Z's

1? tuill fji: tsr


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TIAilaI at it 1A1


quarts.
(Jtuarts
qtuai'ts


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Bt.A tC REALTY COMfpA1
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Abstraets, f I
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(Inoorpor'atac l
E. E. VOYLE. MGR.
.?. ani1 full i information furnished regarding lat .
( it rmanager has llvr4 In this oounty thirty yamr s;wi
t. thoroughly coUV rant with land tithls.


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FIR., ACCTE ,IR. lRkt 1 RY AN)D INDEMNI'Y INs.L.'NtF R
seili' ii a itti m er of pr'rnmi nr tt Anipriran sn(! Kuii .",2 .p,
REAL ESTATE, .\', ITY I.OAN..


s, a ter of J. Fl'w- tdputy grand chancellor. The firot
lT JhOis' ty ,amd wam eu.e of the meeting was held with Mlont Vernon
1 wNHted lades of Co. Lodge, a nd sowel pleased wvrt- the
.b<'he. ha.s redied tforhall hundred visiting Knights with
wha. ish~e hasresded the cordial reception tendered thin L 1A ES V]
i halas were whipped to Colnae here, it was unanimously decided to
.% rthe latermwnt was heldM a i 9 give, Mouut Vernon the honor, OMr ror tlhe emiutn Fall
the date to be fixed by Mr. Dow. Act- I',EAN TREt:EN o the lt
I e *um"IKeriO f!leqds of Mr. Flew-. Iag upon a letter from M r. Iow in tht hind threw. AIeo Irstlh
i .il ezend sym* premises, who suggefted that Mount Surre'sl I'Peran Cultur
S O r Vernon supply the late. restlted In AA|$( iURS liESI
theS.at O,,r the.action above. -mu -
lhv""J.# ,swa, mashur 8plr g, Many Motheors oft Like Opinion. .... .
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auid Whiner r jth!c Jll of I|Ided tnd jr.rfled
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i OramiEsntals P ro. ratalrue anlmu "tIsidLE ,1
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.. DP .F r MSQA VI RTY N0K!-s equality upon the white people of the
G gARY. south if It Is poible to do so.
The State *sul'rint ndent has a
It will be adaIitte1, that The Nw great dealcf power, a;d it msy t, oos.
heboyI.o lRat.at tr.ewr e. e l.. .rk 1ural"t is an l.leptendent new. oble t .t M.1r. I'Neal wi' j .. %.:.e to
lFan I!er, urlder Acl of cu' a pier anti *peaks without partial .e0 tCat owner Im blth 'Ay as i:
b- -"-- 1 . bin d r 'prejdi-e. 1J its ittvraln.e W,) d le :nnrt c;0n4ox ,.e' to ,..! w;tn.
E very eady and Thursday are inTit el to itte-cri4l coneAdJerat, Ieow-,ratoe of the ate. <, eu,,ru -.. I
siel ata evIlnle, Florilda Ii*p -akinjg of 1: onerelt'f disretar w, L ,., b er be att' it. infrrer. .,14..
..--.--- of the cant t.tioll,. his invalliun of Vi. e at'ao utf ie r erS. b: hi m.gli t try
fMccREARY. Fditora *u l'r provinces, of o-ordiuate delpartl.nit. it and tbrng all sorts tr., l. \\',.
a- I his allnos, it-ia e it hin itoo r I.ave i ,,At t,i e .ighK t t dowu t ihut that
SJert the intry i to ul luie,- sryty ,.'. Mr. ., .,.l i t as had a man asa
TEia < 'V cr"t i:T!., tl.es. Tho Ht.ra:d .says MrS Ir Lw hWy.
*| Twle.r-Werk Nt's 9] a year. .x "he,? iistury of al, imperialistif ra. W. ,k!.g a1 Mr II, "~ WAy n the very
l ; sing oiV tem l *ts i n lv. ry natio, to l i.I u; 3 t r.' :.!.t ., i, pir.e td t, us, atl
SAlnvKfiTlsNGR .TI, 'great world Jpo r' ly territorial r ie ,,aoi Nr a Mr 'Nea'.. ,owing h it Re.
fdertiie ients. 1 vents ia lin. passion hls akway. leen mirkrd by ;Mu:ar it.oli;tiori, we are t1 con*
It and o tq.nte for ea'h addi- Lu'al son f tl eI0SAtive lbody adl ".:,lt ,1.tlat r pni.t woevils
nasertlodvrti.me for t the coatitutl.nal r;hts of the Pl,-o,; a:d w e ~ I s 'e,,,U .4 the lesser of the
t ed advertasrme'nl tBfor atire ,' t;OL (tit-, e..( r.
4 12. ots at *stecialr.Andruh,.ani the eelUhid tar I riitttad Ba tw i,. d. M 31r. Hollowaly is the lesser,
|furnished ulon 1ap icat.ion. will be noI xYeption to the rule. Fur swe tak.h l-.im. nd every otetr Iemn.
and Death notices inserted this ream in, wer, there tvo) thet' r ,r.it n i:d di t :e same thing -Live
Obltuaries, C5 eent a lin', reason, Mr. It >(revelt'gs 'tat .- .. .. presents ra;e ele er:.ts f danger ai d -.-- -_ -
O Or CLraBINo .ie T.is in .tr.kitt" cI1trar With THE HOLKOWAY CASE.
fun and thel Thrire-a-Week ieacefrl regi ii wttich J !4' -
V.)p World one year.. ..... #1 i ,I'srker's i!aTf rn a n:iI 'ri'il-le :ar- l..rferrg~n 't. e' ution of the State
Stn and the Atlanta (Ga.) ried out wviuldh ins.rr to the country. ml Ittte in ia.: i. Mr. Wolfe s all
wnk Consd titution Atla yea.)1 75 If the santi.in:erisliote platform and |,l.panrl.t of Mr. Nlulloway, The De.
Sun mmd the Atlanta ((ias)
l.Weekl Juiirnal one year. 1 Wa principces laid dow; ':, the St. l.)Jis l.tid l'vord says:
SunD and the Nrmi.-*.ekly latfornir shio>ld brecimT- the dominant "uSuch proceedinib as took itace at
l-Union one* year.... ,putielse of the goverutmient they would thle meeting of the State commlttev
wl- n e- -- -- secure foir years of rea.e, avoid- at Jacksouville last Saturdayy is enough
no willnotr ptltanR2entsOf aance of war alar:n, all unn sary t. breakup any party. the action of
..-. .-- --.---- foreign complications, a rpression of the majority on the comminlttee an try.
jingoism. a cheek to all fool(sh and un. ing to compel Mr. Holloway to came
SDKOCRATIC TICKET. lue assertions o! tihe Monroe dotrine- down, demanding that he should do
For l're ider-t. which would mnan four years of un- so, is an assumption of authority not
ALTON IL. l'Alcl:It hiradered tuuiuos, prosperity and corn- vested in that body: the naming of an.
of New yo*rk. mnercai I:rogrtess. War clouds rising other party to be voted for instead of
For ini the national hor.zon are proverbial- for Mr. Holloway. Is revolutionary,
er UK. I.. v.It, ly fatal ti bulinees prosperity. to the without the shadow of jarty law.
u f WI-t VNi.lai. Itlability of vaaeus and to the profitable "The Democratto party of the State
p rsuit of foreign trade." created Mr. Holloway as a candidate,
S rited St.'.t, e nor. The Herald then says that the elee- Just as the party created this commit-
JAMES I'. TALIA FEitO. tion in November will settle the ques. tee, and it is none of the committee's
elber Conararw,. u:<,1 Dlstrlct, tion whether "a power has risen up in business whether Holloway come
FIRAN K < LAI;K. ihe government greater than the peo. down or not.
.... -ple themselves." And that is a very "If Mr. Wolfe, the gent leman select.
rresklciititl L.tors, importalit question and one which ed by the majority eoomittee, Is a Des.
U. P. IA1L.-;VY.
T. A. JENNING(.S should be settled decisively. The peo- ocrat he will not permit his name to go
J. C. H. KOONCE. p;e could do no more dangerous thing upon the ticket as long as the party's
SA. NEWTON. than to place the stamp of approval on nominee is a candidate.
F. B. 'foNEX.MAN. thl setsof which Mr. Roosevelt hib "It is said that if the majority com.
SGovernor. already been guilty sand on the course mitte sueeeed in eleeting Mr. Wolfe,
*APOLEoN 11. ItB iWARD. whl:h it is clear he will pursue if gir. that he will resign in January, and this
en a chance. These Ithings are not majority committee will recommend
Secretary f 1tt. paid lightly nor inpartisanspirit. The Sheate to the governor for appoint.
CLAY IL.WFORD. preseau occupantof the White House meat So the offlee. This is the talk
A Attortney- ;enernl. is the Sort of a man wholan serve his over the State: this, it is eaik, is the
WILLIAM II. :EILISr, country beot by retiring to private life. arrangement, and it is a cruel perseeu
The constitution must be maintained, lion of Mr. Holloway. In fact, the
C on IJtrM-.r no wars should be provoked. Mr. matter has long since resolved itself
A. C t .1. Iryan had the right idea when he said into a systematic perseeutfon of the
Sto te Trtiiurew. ihat he loved peace more'than he loved gentleman that did up Shets, and
WILLIAM V. KNOfTT. ;oi'd ard silver. That Is what Judge that Mri aSheats is foremost in these
Parker represents. stteeaks upon Holloway.
t tedW. Mt. 'Lo WI.t\A. "Mr. Holloway has notified the corn*
VOTE FOR HOLLOWAY. mittee, and the people of Florida, that
COmmilntomr o, Acrk.-ulture, he proposes to stay on the ticket as the
B. E. N['IJIN. 'rethrean of the preso, quit your candidate of the Democratic party 6f
lnklrts1Iutlon4r kicking, iait "ncksaing,' quit waring, Florida, and as long as he is in the
RrJOHN I.. \tu(It(;AN. and decide like true Democrat to t1!l,1, The Record shall support him,
Justke Suprtnie. 'oufrt. six Years, swallow the entire Democratic ticket, aind slhal refuse to add tae name of Mr.
S R. FENWICK TAYI.OR. Holloway included. He was nomi- Wolfe to the list of Demooratic candl-
Justtices SuirEme Court. nated by a majority of the white date. for office appearing In the ad-
ROBEIRT cUCKItET.L. Denmocratie voters in the State, t d ; joining column.
I TOMA8 8. MII.Ati-KI.ErIORD. e should receive rhe united support "Watceh for a sensation over this af*
r4 "J. 71. WHITI-EI.I. of the democracy of Florida. All thli fair to spring up soon. It will come if
S. t. ---.- stuff abound that letter was discussed the majority committee persist ii
t3- ARTpeut t2. before the pri.rary vote was taken standing by what it has done."
.A/ I. *jIy, MA(fI' and the people said they preferred IIll-
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S r ---- know nothing about the letter or any b ers of their own met. strange as that
trErlff, ,words that may have been inserted in may eem to the outside public. Num-
L. W. rENNELL. it, but 3Mr. Sheats evidently intended berles women who hare Inherited a
,*,.. --- -. that Booker Washington should speak place in the social world, but whose
wk c! ,'t 'rt, o the msurintendents In the same hall families have met with financial. re.
S" where the convention was held. and verses, not only are willing butanxious
S Tix .A\'.nr. front the same platform from which to accept the silks, satins, velvets and
W. W. #II..fN. the white speakers spoke, and he ax- siees which have adorned their more
pee ed iWashington to instruct the fortunate sisters, and by a series of
Ta x I.. L r.o whitv superintendents as to the' best turnings, twimtings and making over
methods to be employed inr the educa- no one Is the wiser.
perl~ntendent rf i'il.i!- T istructlon, tio1 of negro children, and we have no ------
DR. .I. L. I.I.EY. doubt Hooker feels pretty s6re over his For a woman to admit, even 14) her.
friend's defeat, bunt all this controversy self, thar she is not only plain but
W 'litr I iT rr,r. and trouble might have been avoided downright ugly, is most extraordinary.
W11. I ti. I II'Il-lION. hal not Washington disgraced himn- But when it comes to several homely
Countvy Survevor. self by eating a meal with Teddy, the ones acknowledging their extreme
JAMiS CiIK XTON. great egotistical curiosity whose ad- plainness and forming an "Ugly WVo-
S, ,- ,, dress is ihe White House. Washington, man's Club," their actions became he-
.I.t n D).IoI' nrs. I). C. We had a very high opinion of role. It le rumored that such a club
.1. OSTIEEN.' Booker prior to that incident, but now is to be started in New York this fall.
C. 'E. I'nRIK. we have ro more respect for him than How many women will be the charter
P. F. I'AI'T.LING. we have with the cabinet officers who members or what the standard for
.J. V. TO(WNSEINI. assceiate with Teddy all the time. A ugliness will be has not yet been de.-
Por Membes f rlinotl Rnnnl, fellow must suffer for the comply he eided.
T. A. DIOKj. keeps. -
W. .T. MARTIN, Some of our Ioemrneratic papers are Do your good deeds for the sake
R. P WEEKS. urging the voters in their counties to of goodness, not for the sake of gather.
S....su..... pport Mr. fi'Neal, the IRepublieal ing thaaks and gratitude. Then you
At St. Peter'p,'Dorehester. England., candidate for State superintendent. will never be disappointed. The brav.
Vtt oCharles has married a Chartes saying he is a unze fellow, etc., which est of us hate to acknowledge that we
os0e. thas becoming Rose Rose, and may be true, but th.i muat never be; have failed or that we must have the
, ti Mrs. Charles Rose, instead of btw Ft-lrida must not have a Republican help of others.
h l Miss Rose Charles as hithertoi. suiwrintendlenit of schools The UIN- -. :
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Timothy Bailey of Newberry Apain Vie-
tirm of Peculiar Oonditlons.
Timothy Bailey of Newberry, who
seems to have been a child of misfor-
tune, has had the experience of &ath-
er aeeident wichlt eame near testing
him his life, and which he deelares he
will remember for a long time.
Mr.. laley states that he was drive.
ing from his home at Newbery to
ainamvlIle a day or two ago. So
route he was compelled to pas a qu08#
ry where a large fore of man were* f.
gaged in blastlig stone ,Jot as hb
wae opposite the qtarry a stle of dy.
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"It waa a trying tmae for me, mad I,
propo9 to make somWebdy suffer fr
OthI earelessnesH4 for I ame within a f
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rook fell on my bi$ from a dtitaue ....
of twenty.fiue or shirty fees. breaking ,
in my hat and bruising my P alp *-
erely." ,
Mr. Bailey states farther that ..
preeautions in the way of watehme ,* ,"'-
are placed to warm the apprevahln.age* .*
pie of danger whea a rosk Is egolan to -
be blown to atoms by dynamise-n4d pa, sh st
Mr. Bailey declares that nobody ean is
tell when that Is toing tohappe .
The quarries are managed, It lus g a ,
deretood, by Captain J. W. Carter of
Micanopy. The rock Is Deing mined
b contrast. and Is being used In jesty
work at the mouth of the St. JobatI
river. Di
Mr. Bailey deelarmshe has been so
customed to a lot of hard luck; he has
faced guns. fire alarm bbzxes hen h4 I
didn't know they were "loaded." and
many other things, but he was never so
frightened as phen that len-ponad roek
eame crushing into his new Derby hat,
and naturally he "rot mad."
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A CUTTING 80RAPE.

Two Negroess Get Mixed In Row and
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Soin Tare wwusesy injured.
Jim Gordon and Georg Atlderm,
two uell-known colored charamten,
became involved in a row In front of
Edwards' stables, Wests Mlal steMt,
S., last night, with the result that both
were severlfy out.
Night Offieer Chua. Warren arrived
upon the scene just after the difficulty
had been settled. He suceeeded In
finding Gordon in a physielan's ofoe,*
and placed him under arrest. When
his wounds were dressed he was taken
Into ueastody br the oeer, who re.
quired a bond of $10 for hie appearance
ast the mayor's euurt Monday mornm
ing.
Alderman made a sueessful emeapes
and up to midnight had not been esap
toured.
tiordon'd wounds are pronounced
not neeesarily serious, but will be
painful and incapaeltate him for duty
for a few days. It is understood that
Alderman also received painful
wounds.
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SILLP ORDERED PAID
',' rs Oenerously Donated a
D Ootllars to W. C. T. U. for
olltnOe' in recling Founta.in.
Proceedl5na of Board.
yi1lle, OMober 8.-The lhtird
iy1 Commn[nenru mnt this li purpose of receiving thu Lax
S391001, ma required by statute.
.- T. 'F. Thomas, chairman;
RamseJ and John Gt. D&amiir,
ti9lP Informnd by W. WV. Coeon,
gsollor, that the books were Dnit
eilld the meeting adjourned 'n.
mliy morning at 0 o'clock.
1 sy, October 4.--The lbahrl of
ltComnulsiouers met this day
Siii to adjournmeni of fester-
Present, T. F. 'Thoum1, chair-
; 0. Damiller, TV. C4 Bryant, I'.
Qlk y and ]'. 1, Johnson. W'trh.r.
tlhemeetiin liciig cCla:tie to k1e11 minutes of the former utrdvr
ialpproved without rcading.
II(uJ!lowlutf bills 4 vere auditsd,
So)fr,.dt tand or.lrrd paid:
43. Perton. auditor, *10; L. 11'.
,II, hire for guard at Jail, $25;
Shermau, Janitor, $2u; J. II.
sanltarj work. 8;: Hell Tt;.-
H~lMCompany, service, *7; HI. C.
express aind stamps. $5.45; L.
ell, sheriff, reward in convict.
o! E. J. Johnson. Walter Hall and
H Jones fir selling whiskey at
term, 1904, 9150; L. W. Fenaell,
lIn iate of Charlotte Cheat
lunatic, :7 60; L. W. )'encell.
iIn rio J. Fratnk lutt, habeas
by order 'uurt, *9.M,; H G.
1U oet I.I, examining committee,
Of Charlotte Cheatham. lunatic.
;ID.OI. Harvard, Jurors and witness
Inllquest Steven Cook, 16 90; Z.
;mptylor, sIrrier. and mileage, inu-
rSteven (olk, 93 SO: W. II. Rn1.
county treasurer. eommieskuIs,
B ; H. & W\ 1. D rew Company,
sad blanks, #43 M: W. M. Jdhn.
l medicines, 5.^:: D)r. luff, pro
iOal services, $5; 1'hifer Blros.,
.ties at Jail, $8 45: J. 11. Doug-
,' sluondries for to r farm, $12.3.';
uslle Gas and Eteatrio Light
ifany, srrviee. $6; J. H. Warren,
|p 4d a half cords wxld, 16d 60; \\W.
plekinson, conminiomns on cilec-
*, #88 6; J. (G. Browh, work on
pU at court house, 9tt; C. L.
Mpla, road ,ovrr,,t r. O.; J. 1:.
Ibelt, lumber on rosanl, 2 f; (. S.
lhant & Co.. sund rie4 for roads,
H)40; R. I'. Lumnpkin. zundrien for
d, 18.0 ;T. C. Bryant, live days on
*i $10; Henry Everett, work on
i,91.06; G. C(. Slaughter. lumber
bridge, 946.73; J..M. BJrown, team
se rvices c road, 07.540; Winm.
lon, work on road, 50 cents; T. W.
an, Alachua'.. proportion for re*
Ni on Knight bridge, 9240; E. L.
.*errice ou road, $14; T. 1t.
1 t*, services on road. H46: Ohas. Ed.
*J. lumber for road, 913.01; H. H. e
Pty, publishing collector's rep.rl,
;haird llardware Company. briek
to ourt house chimneys. #3.76; L. W.
Runelil, feeding prisoners for Septem-
kr, *219 &U; fees in criminal cases as
Allows: T. J1. Tillits. J. P., #7 MO; Geo.
*. Colman, J. P., $s 0M; P. S.. Fort-
yS, J. P., #20W4: L. W. Fennell,


Iftrff. 97.7S; J. B. Kennard, D. 8..
(lUJ; U. W. L.ivlugstu, D. S., $27.1#);
dAreh Avriett, constable. 94.85: J. L.
',*rtin, 415.'*; E. I,. Johnson, road
khslds for October, 9175; T. F. Thomas,
,tosld hands, #00; P. G. I-dwards,
PWQy lln QIl ra4 tvastt of LGainesville,
100; Mrs. J. T. Biown, serviceI and
hk ire poor farm1 63; T. Town-
.nd, work on road, 92; A. A. Mcelae,
Onres for road team, 91.75.
Ordered:


k That the sum of $to) bt donated to
I- W. C. T. U. for the purpose of
Wttil a drkinkng fountain on court
as quaire, and that said amount be
'ild to committee of ladles consisttlnfg
ItMes. J. E. Futeh and Mrs. Ueorge
g, as sUoon a their plans are per-
6te4d mad they require the money.
That J. T. TSokes, Daniml Cheeer
Std L. J Knight, having presnted
P9ltkona of twenty-five regsetred votl*
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( nting St as point w:ern said road croees
the halt eaotion hine betwetna then:m
and the tieorge E v as Ilace, thenLe
running wet h1 wher,, It wil iluternart
the Alurizum atd NLt'zra ilridgn roMa1
and that n.d ruad rainlgn thro'igh
Graves' aild IIdtr'a Prolrrty and ly /
St. Matthews churh, andl knnan .as1
the oil Mellasn ruad, l, and tl.u ,amte lASH AIVEB AW AY
Is hereby ordered tii a.,l.. tn SASH GIVEN AW AY
Thi: Win. I:.ornBa h, allowed tL
change th*,* r'lli, roud l",udinir nort I
from Alachlua at a Iua.l ,, r .rle LO COt
roe I crouisse *J tioi iir' diviting -.- IH
tiont 11 ;and 12, tuwnahi( ratie.k I ,
and to run ;orth alonr i g taid need In
line tE a point whrad t int.,r, + w;h
lhe 4 pitrle t1ir d In Addition to tie Re lar I
That 3. H-. SjLliivainIi :,1 4Pd,,int,-d i,,.
spectorof narku tsr, It traid in 1'. '
trialt 'No. utf .4 \Li.liIA coun 'ty.I nd 3 that 1
li be I ilstrunred [L i .-t lip Lth, r'-q ir'd
lad an. u:I. 1- approval ut *:Bi
boind by the b:,:r I l:. will estvr r; | 3g
unih doti.i-s1 tH.y ^. ^ ""
'f'lint th I;.i:d tf .1. it Wilfcndtoi a;
n11)Iry li~IlK' tvt' \V. 1'. StiettIt..|
wvurth au'l F. iI. 11 U,.,.r a .mratls. be -i
approved. |i l> Sfll g gaT I X
That the hindof.J. .\. Tiraer a in. YO I _' I OIN I E
spector of m.ark. ani brands for I)i-
trict No. 1, with S. F Johnsimn and W.
,. Jauktnn itt 'ur<'ties, be an! i4 here- | a;
,?.T1 u,, *r ,.'. I 5 k' eachee k M IW~
l'iat, wlner'-m*, 'V. II. 'Fion. I). a.L
Maa.VA. .$yk'cr r. ,, 'ihma n, A. W0 M A wSllr *30SSS.N
C. l;eidt. G.orgt F,. I-iWLCII W. u.| 9* ^ W i t p- | S
Tudall. J Ash.. J. L. Shaw and S. *lMlI A
T. Johnmnii, <"nh hauvlug complied
with thi rt',JC.iremS.ntI of the law, that /
they ea.", he gran-ted a ,Prii.i: to own P Fil U.dl Mt f- Us e
al'! carry n 1i1l41t ac,'oralui, g to law, c i "B
mnd thiat wli'rt-s 1't-''r llatheasek, WV. Ces Pacheges,, ^m ^.^BW ^^^K
B. Higdol i. J. S. haw aid W. 8. Tar. amp tt e ye (i indd O to
ietr, ,actli havin complied with the re- t ngla s p aulu ) 6
juirementt of the law, thy tihey each 0. YVS4. T11r 2- t Stampp coV i
be allowed and granted a permit to nl ear agk wledgmlilmt to you
own and carry a rifle accordlow to law. that yu alttest. Is v riegSdd.
The board adjourned.
Saved HIls Life. int .s desi.
J. W. Davenport, IVlngo, Ky., writes, H M r d W IK f tSJm
JStrll 14,1^ Is: "I want to tell you I
believe Ballard's Snow Liniment ,aved ... aI smac to 1 ta wte Ia ts i n
my life. I was under the treatment of .. rnts s Wan' e a A wls
two doctors, and they told me one of ...
my lungs was entirely gone, and the .
other badly affected. I also had a W -oe tserfoatlM ssalsM c i Pies teesi nss' m--*
tump in my lide. I don't think that I Chit.. (PartIsasleeeimsele.U eC ) ebs)
could hare lived over two months O an 0
longer. 1 was Induced by a friend to How W ould Your Name LU K
try Ilallard'u Snow Liniment. The EKiwbody uses case. 11 e willtnw e U s rnlW e BWA
fret mprlicatlun gave me great relief; coivlacedtusee Is no other sch value the lute.
"^we are estag ca| adve<'^rtisag mony othat bthet aCs l3a
two filly cent bottles cured me sound nanuaaouradvurtusg mouywtablh df i n-w.
and we. It .is a wonderful ,nedi. ne| WP EEV UO H pIUUS
and I recommend it to suffering h. W S 3 F E
maniy .. 2e, 60c, 91.1[. sold by w. .ComPS O kpUIleS I ii
M. Johnson, .
JUDGE MASON'S COURT. I O
Two Colored Men Took Horse of Mr. WOOLSON SPICE CO., (CONTUST D PT.)
Lynch and Paid Dearly For it. --
Thiere was an interesting session of
Jade .oMason's court Thursday, wthem I TH .W.... .O........
James Wilson and Walter e.MIllian, SMITH WAS NOT APUREO. A
two colored men employed on the ur- Negro Who Entered Room of Young L A 1
pentine farm of Holder & Pope aWL
Grove Park, were arraigned upin a Whle Lady Still at Large. --:-..- ...... ._
ehargte of taking without permission Nuotwthstanding that every effort "TAe from the premises of W. T. Lyneh, the has bee, made to apprehend hlla, Wil-
saw mill operator of Grove Parka cer- lisam Smith, the touni negrr man who Title is What yoU pay f(
lain hiore. was discovered in the room of a young kCOW Wh
The prisoner., who appear to be white lady at Alachus recently, and
rather respectable colored men, did who subsequently made his escape, le
not deny taklunR.tho animal and using sill ast large. S l 0rdlsrB y Iuvisi


it, but stated that they had known Mr. Depuly Sheriff J. E. Fsugate was Im- eA l a
Lynch for some time, and did not med'atly notified or thenegro' actions, Altt
think it would be wrong to do so. Mad with his bloodhounds got on trail
They returned the animal to the sita. without delay. Smith wus trailed to a 3L"
ble without injury, and thought there the home of a negro in lhi, v cinity, .....
would be no trouble resulting, but there trek of him was lost, as he
While Hlil Honor Judgeo Mason did was wise enough to leave the place in1
of the negroes, lhe stated that the fael tos track him further. The oeoo'pan|s
existed that they did take the animal of 11the hlouss did not deny thati the I
and used it without consent or per. negro had brent there, but stated that
mission of the owner, uiid sen- they knew no'( irg of th*' erime with -If th0
tensed them to pay a tine of 925 ad which lie was ctarxod. !
osts teda. otmmeer Fugoe is making ,lery effort THAT IS OUR MOTI
j h --.,..-._.-- "toapprehend to negro. but it is be*
Cures Winter Cough. lrd e ha. left th*w coutry. n
J \. luver, 101 N. Main St., Ottawa, Rye. .B Wllsk
Kan., writes: "Every fall it has been Broke Into His House. mu
my wife's trouble to eatch a severe d. Leqinsn of Carendish, Vt.. was Copper Distilled..$1
oold, and therefore to cough all winter robbed of his customary health by in- Qun(i City.... 2
long. Last fall I got for her a bottle vasion of chronic constipation. When
of llorehuund 8yrup. She used it and Dr. Kinig's New life Pillst broke into Sunny South..... 2
has boeen able to .Ini) soundly all hIshouse, histroublews hrresed and Gilt Edge........ 8
niKht long. Whenever the cough
troubles her. two or three doses stop now he's entirely eored. They're Pedigree. ..... .. 4
the cough, and hlab i able to be up and narantead to oure. 2Cc at all dro- Over olL. ....... .4
well" 25o, 50e. 100. Sold by W.M. ive ol..... 4
Johnion. I1II|I, i ,, .


Stage Career Not Intended.
Washln.gton, OJt. 7.-Mrs. florence
Maybrick has written to other attorney
here poiltlvely dnyilng repor1S that
aite Intended appearing ow the stagr,


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DIPLOMA RT...-IK GAUl ML
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FOR MUROERI


I J. ien At
Lst FTbruary.
5JURY INVESTIGATED
pg Evidence Shaw Was
Verdict Bale# Justifi-
-Arrest of Mr. Skhaw
esiweld Surprise.
of Alachua, (lln ,)f the
known ctituzen o. t11it
lirrrntld ilt this city Fri.
lstarge of thy' murder of
1. Allth', a iitgro) niit-iter,
oun thl |ila'*.' or Mr.
Almuhoa, iu February of thlt
Ir'^Mttar sisI lutb details+ of
p t1t lsulliar in tilt i lieii,d of
*ne of The Ssn.
w wasr arrested by -Sh,.riff
lie eonveariugi with a :ric:4i
1t. lieP pubnilittbtl t.Jui+y ti,
paoll ftclltpiialli"Ii tdth- 0liwrlT
willingly, probably feeling
would nothing serious re-
.warrest.
itme of ithe killing n Poro-
was impaneled and held ani
Ie Jary entirely exonerating
Mof the charge. .%
.M. Davls of Jacksonville and
irof this eity will be em.-
Maligh the State in the pros-
#'h kaw.
w ezporienced no trouble in
whieh was fixed at $2,InA.
a of Jonesville and .1. ..
of Alachua are sureties.
lle ill represent the dt.-
this matter.
SRhelle Ramblings.
aot. 7.-Mrsj E. F. Zet-
iS lntelllgvnt little on spent
at th waterworks, the
Met. T. Kelley,
MAuams, mcore familllarly known
Jack," returned to Lake.
spendlui a week with rela-
is esream supper given Friday
Twwd a grand sueeese. il was
MgAthe purpose of purchasing a
H1el. Proceeds amorunted to
rlx dollars. We certainly feel
itl0our eflfient teacher, Prof.
l br the interest he Is taking in
IiamBll of Trilby Is the guest
Wittle friend i this week.
UMn. T.J. Porry.
lohnnle Holder left T ueday
, Lo4k6, where he will take a
ikUlale Tucker is visiting her sis-
usNiae Duke, of D)unnellon this
SVallle Grace of Evlnmton spent
Slere, the guest of Mis Mabel

ad Mrs. Bruce Zutrouer are r.-
|Imi the arrival of a little baby


Im Julia Tillman of Iteddick is
ther mister, Mr.. Jones.
klJobunon qf Micanopy Was at-
OW the sick Monday.
PlAgPes Zetrouer lekt Saturday
.Alndondo, where ahe will teach
* Mies .Agnes will be sorelyr
! in our midit.
L. W. AMeyes and children .of
an lsitliing Mrs. W. L. Meycs
EcTl, one of l.vinstoaa's'prom-
I,.o lax men. paid our toiun aIn
txIeall Sunday.
r1l Beekham of Windsor has
.W epted a position with lamrs
t We ar glad to see "Itright
dI4l' behind the counter once n1re.
OJP'orjia zeturoi rreCturned fr(ni
C Wdn S -


lIsues
Wew von,
ISof th,
1gue cl.i,


Forfnii Chall:ngc.
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N '.'. ,\ I. ri CA.11
h ..' *",1'+ i ff Iit:cth; d' al


Eas y Pill
tEay 1 3talke ar easy to sol 1a
that am ua hrt:a p 1I LWiatt'
Litle Early Rsers.n Tnti Is due to
the fact that theY t13. o it e I.ver tin.
taliA of puri.rt.g I T.eT iev-r grips
tnor $,.4ei;. t.aI ovenfl fzt 3 dlicate
iaJy, anj yat they are i) ctriain In
results that l oea 01 wj uits t.em *
diasprt mui. Thejy c .ar torrid Itver
constipation, bIthusn.ess. jaundice,
hadachae.rniAlar:anl war off pnew
mona-aunj fever.
rFaIARD ONLY y T
L C. DeWITT A CO CMICAGO
iit PForge the ame.


Early Risers


Sold by All I)rugglsts.


a
. I


Ro,.al Cock Nalurat.zeo.


li, .til t'.r'L., t]..* l '.* .ia.. .1 A w L,
bLuiness ii tls eLty fror ,Ie lut ;Sx or r
t I % lr- .- r a "rN iurL .A er-
aH t-:t:/ *:." I ,* !. i r:,, ,. b, if by
titthi1; e:lse. 1WLether or ~.t Mr. C,.:k
was indu e.I to Nl United .Statrs i't.caustr l,. deirtd to
become itidetitieit as sut.. or wl.eth-
er he became. disgusted at the contit.-.
tined rvrer.res of itth army of hi4 native
land and wanted to isrver hils connec-
tion fr.iIf a ctunitry which wmiltl per-


tiit i'h a ultilumt s Japan to "wipe
up t earth" i th ltueRiCan sold itr,
WaS ft lt crtait,. tL2. At aniy ratt,
M r. Ct,:,; !-t4 fivetfired ti at lrali.-.Atiorn
papers, I;, I it is bei w l- by t}.usV who
Lknow l.,1 .- i ,I t ieal maket g'uud
A tiltn rI c. ,..:,.
Saves Two From Death.
"Our little datwtaer had an almost
fatal attack of whoopilal c4iaghI and
bronc!itio," writer Mrs. W'. K. anvi-
land if Armonk, N. YV, "but, when
all other remed ies failed, we saved her
life with Dr. Kintg's New Discovery.
Our niece, who had consumption in
an advance d stage, also used this won-
derful m'vdliue and today she is per-
featly well," iDeperate throat and
lung ditraemu yield to l)r, King's New
Discovery as to nou other nedieine on
earth h, Infalliblie for coiighs and colds.
hoe and $1 tlttimie guaranteed by all
druggists. Trial bottles free.



REDUCTION


.SALE.


Ha having


bought


the


stock of The
Thomas Hard-
ware and Seed


Company,
will 04r1


Wt'
the


next Thirtt-
Day. s ell

Any Goods in the Store at Cost.

The stuck most he redered. NoIn Is the
time to buy l rallure, Melote
l'ain't, or anything nl our
Sliau, Cheap.
T. F. THOMAS.

GEO) IIACKEIi & SON


ANtN. AT.l't-IM- (I


g U to J iif 'o'. l ri.-h fir a s tro ,
l*iven Rl UtI, l'tw, ,. ,i il' A pmerican 1'
SNational ft;- ,o ta:nns t aet1.11
In hm itinsh p <.f (elio lra ba'l l
The ahalltnrigpt, c f th1il4ha
O t its Sff-r"iv w shall d(4
. upon thte N,.w York Americarn
io team inning the pnnnut.
V.


Better Than Pits .
*4 Iluestion has li been aked-in
W1Y arn Chatnhrlait,' Stoinach
'UfernTabhle'ta perir to the ordi-
S lhartic aitd liver pidlI'* 4Our
E :lll In --_l- ..I


and Building Material,
Et'IAItLIBI'UoN.. C.


I


This


Space


Reserved


F1'or'


. R.


THOMAS,


Livery, Sale & Feed Stables

Si.o ha- onet of the largest andl )I*st
bekctted .~tt;ck. of


Buggies,


ness,


and


Wagons, Har-

Lao Robes


Y w (1,elt
oi IMLa.wg
Se, t lGlWaSl f
hof eN rale. i ib lTrou
to b olois: swd sb 1
I f efe t mwte 4-te

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S4mes to &B ,UH

POO"j^ to ^k^^^ ^^^^k^^B'j^^ *


B-
the =
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Whips


Ever offered in this market.


All of


these goods will be sold on the


INSTALMENT


WR a OIP .
Ma LAWS oI
Wdsaa bom


PLAN


Everybody can own his own Bugy
or Wagon, and pay for it on
easy terms. Watch
this space.
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. R.


THOMAS.


NOTICE!



The Gainesville

Furniture Company

Announce the opening of their
Mammoth Household Furnishing
Store between October let and
10th. We will display the larg-
est and most up-to-date stock
ever brought to this market.
Our new stock will consist of
Stylish Bed-Room Suits, Odd
Dressers, Dressing Tables, Chif-
fbnniers, Iron and Brass Beds,
Sideboards, Bultets, China Closets,
Extension Tables; Diners and
Rockers in all styles, Book Cases,
Secretaries, Center and Library
S Tables, Mattings, Art Squares,
R Rugs, Etc.-A-in fact,, everything
to lbe found in a first-class fur-
nislhing house. Prices guaran-
teed to be correct. Parties con-
teniplating the "purchasing of
anything in our line will save
money by waiting for our Grand


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Of. De tt1' WIteb Hazel Salve.
nIp eM1B o* the say earn that
Sbeesim -affe4 by this wonderful
;ime4. i buy1ingI WIte Hazll W8r
j '1 t1i seMwMiy loes that d os get
ttEBS ilblls OW['., madOe by 0.
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hids iof pi46 .ous bovru
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W1HER1IAS. Thb Leglislature ol 1W, under
06e CAM6*igltOO 01 l0 101i th 61r, ul ilt-rlrl..
lid4 so **veit ohs R4tM"lIut. rT s4tnd
Afe Cbemami to tfI (,wliubof htate u( ("ti ala
of jirda, s&ad t u s we er s lapped to i / a
vl hrtq+6lurthsa o all tI e inLmtbct isCtt ,I
esh M l House that the vote s .64
joint otouttop wr itertd at up ..y. I thih
rels V Jou nals, Wit t N4 Nl &0 "',,-ya ll.ard.
o, ad they did delermilui anrt ui.i M t'iOat iatt
I I f Il .esaohuluons tb 1 e iilntiuttt)d 1t- r'.
lerst thIN e l a at the mem.'l l:h".Ic.ki
hi evoThebr, JtftK
threat L 1. H Cly 7Cra/trd, Srere,.
t1; $| lall the 04 l t0 ,A I OiUT W, l e h ,'.y
|1v. noilce that f
G witl bie h34d .n each County In lt ',rlda in
Tve#dl oxt s *.'l.i the rit I Malndl y ill
Nothe l A. 1. I 4, a.. til luC*<&iu bti'.4
the
oIrGHTI DAY :V 1 NO\'Mu+L4itH.
ar Iel ratllkati 'It -r rcjectlon r# the sala Joint
,5.slutlnsl pr t.I o-ilg Artc ,enilsa ll o the
C 11stitulin of ithe itai i V"landa, vti:
AitvUCLE XXI. +
That the fuilvwilng amendmtent to thle Ci.n-
slltutiun oilthe l .tae f lieorid a .e. at ilia
sale l., hirelb agreed ;t.0sau d : IU 'le b%0-
ImIttUd to IIre etc*'"r. of the .ilat al tihe ;i&:t1
eral elctiin ltl November. 1Il f,)r rsaitkatian
of lefltisL, t
Seedi l It of. A.rtflie Right. 1f t!e C<.*;ntil*-
ti l oi Ibe State ift lurids, t hereby crmtenlcl
so ai to read a i 'tG, :
iltaloL t The Leltslature shalt provi.le r
the electi un iy Ihe qualified tlecI',rs ol c.clh
*italy of the lfallowlei euumlny ofltccr ; I
I lA trit of the Circuit court, a'sherilf, con.
elalb et qUni/ itesor of taxes, a county tax
O tw a, *a court irteamerr a imperintrndtaltt
of bl In.c:uctlsm sad a county survey r.
tr mof o (ftice of all CMnt11 ailcVrf nm t-
.toned 14 this sttiol shall ,bTe our years. ex.-
akpt. tMla. the 14rm of o0t01 of the county a*.
Mstor If taxes, county tax el6ctu'r andl runtly
,tresiurr, shl b or two years, until tie'
etal liecim In nNovember. hIM4, at whihI
tclno they also shall bo eiecteld for terms a?
Pwr years rich and thencef(orth all county
ee4r nmaraucd In ithisl rtion shall b eltt erI
for ertnhs of folrt yeari. Their :, cr., ,lt: i
and compens1at)lon sihail be pr.-'ilaced l.y i.wv.

ARTICLE XXII.
That the buoylulowing dment to the Con.
'iltlaon ad th* State 0o Flbrida be, and the
4i00 Is* hereby agreed to, nid stlall be tb.
called to the electors of the late fat the ein.
wti electton I InM. lir ratiltcatornt r rejcec
ton S of Article 11 of ta i Cmonstitutlin is
amhlended so ia to read as faotow.:
ties VIII. Each comuty shall tl. rclutlr-
Sto asses 0d collect sntmusly for the sup-
o, public fre schools therein, a tax of not
thain three i3) milla nor muse ttn %Pcen
m) ill op the dollar, of all taxhle propertly
-4

ARTICLE XXI I.
Tat. the folloIwlg amendsdment to the Con-
tituikel of the State of Florida hec. and the
saie is, hereby agreed to. and shall 4e sis,.
.Stdt ao to he elector of the State at f1te ren.
ellN election In Niuvembqr. Jlt fur ratizicatian
o ftfeetloa.
Sentu 11i of Arfple V. of the Constitftion
ealW bemd w 1i hereby anitnded io as lu riced
" NAlo609'
Seos IS. L The legislature mniy irgrnlser
Ixt tAtq ionUtles l a" It tay think p upcr countyy
n0itt whltb hitll have jurisdlicti.,n .i all caej s
at lal In which the demand oir al'ue ul the
rwty tinvlved shall nut ctx--drid v heun.
ilmr rd11satl o ofprioctedinus relating, ti lic
loewte entry or unlawful dtentiuan ofI lnnl
antd tlmennt, ai4 o0 mide".Icanurs, miil '1tid i
,4"li14 ludidkctiun in civil ca- aclits ing
ibe Vort ad tthe justice '(f the pence.
Tsltril e t sueh anneals mayor be e nav01 at
the, option of1 he ppellaiN. The comtay jilg e
shall be the Judge of the county curt. ."id!
saUlb* be U ttonty-a-'lw.
'tlte shall be elected by thel qalifierl rlee.
two of said County at the time wthen the -..i.
judge It lt4end a !roe.ecuilngr attorney fibr .itia
gont,, wh, shall hold ofice (or four y)rar'.
His dutles andl compensation shall ber-rrtril..li
b Saw. Much courts may be aillIshltd at thel
ure oi, the Lailature.
ProVded that Ill county judges holiPnK nEilt
ofties at thet af4cadtion bi this amenleInt m-ail
e00mt.p In the exercise of lhe dulles thereof
ccsrdl.n .i their rnpctd e cuumrl-l.waii.a alti
.mitll their lclcesors are duly qualiticd, and
.|ro'rd urthr, thar when any county c urt
1tall hereafter Ibe ratabliihcd In any Cautltly iI
vthi a, C, tea 1 County judge of said county .hill
hold hit o@51ec and perform the duties $( judge
of the county court until hi term *f ,thlce
shell expire.

ARTICLE XXIV.
That the ollowing amendment to the CtnE
stlteloa of the State of IF'rdat be, aind the
mitt l., hereby agreed to, and shall be sutl-
mitted to the electlrs o he State at, the leen.


erml election In, 1 ( for ratitication or rejection:
That Section 10 of AftIete s of the Ctitiwtn-
the o.f the State of Florida is hebref y s mend.l
so a to read as follows:
Seetton 1, The credit of the Strte ?.a! nt
be placed or eoantd to pity individual cmni-
pay. cvrporaltulus 4sr asaciatuon; Inor -hill
the 'se bhtume a join owner or stockholtrr
In any company. asWctati,'n Oar c rrporati.In.
The IaI slosiure shall nut auliorila any cam .
ly. city bormulih. townshitp or Inrortaar.icid alit
trial to bearne a stockltholder ina soy compainr.
asociwtlon or carpovation or f o utltain air
appropriate nioney to' or to loan Its erer-.t to
any corpormtonm, a.ociatl.on. int6011it1on or in.
dividual except that the legitlature may
autbhrise muaici corporations to reljtri~
krom municipal! lion for mUch period 0if
yersa s to the municipal author ties may etrrn
proper ny manufacturng enterprise that mny
locaie within the said munitpality,.lnit n-o m c.
x'mptlion hall be for a longer jwriod than
MeOM yarse.


ARTICLE XXV.


That the following Staendment to the Cim-
stitition of the State of Florida ier. aind tihe
same i., hereby agreed to, Snul hall It~ Iuh-
mitted to the reIntors of the State at Athr etn-
1T enlectIon II November. 19 fur ratification
S or rejection
Seetion 4 of Article XVI shall be amended
m as to read as (ollows:
section 4. The Legislature shall provide fo
th speedy ptibtliatlk and distribution of all
lwa it may aacit All decIlsns of je SIn-
S prMe4 Court and all laws and judteil dtflpionq
11hall tbe freo I' pubtlcatkmi by any person.
S But no Judg t of tbe Supreme Court shll
take effect dmiltl the opinfin of the court In
auch came shall be Aled with the clerk cf
slART c.Xourt.

ARTICLE XXVI.


equity orl4iinatnl in t-'.:t ar I tI n'P
fr4r1 l. i r 'e "r #.clt j +, .. .. k 4 %
b f, g C tully i!vd1! r., ill ra.Aitrt ;,I .'
thitr ir 1) I.t f Iull- it I ti ; .. U
3 n, I %it !. n I ,. I f* ,14 ntd 1,* '
t.Jui.iA i .i < / t 9, t e r '
a 14 ii n ii -I rtI : l .I.. + m I
< ai c ur Ti. i t, Ap
I i-. e '. ', t ,;.' :l 'n ( f:i; ,.jir pr,.
IL 'l i to *R : -" 1 I' l J11T i
I. Q *- t s C i 1 11 i. lt i -
i ti 'v. : :.. '. k' U. t I .... .,i h-i "
tjE1t C' r'a1l [* > M y S "'L 'd t> e ?'t ,,'c 'i ,:,I:l 1w'II'
i tl ri I.)-, *r Ji 1.' ". : *, I i' .l,
0, rue!l cus' .*/, anlt d ->' I I 'i '? 'J t '
, .irn h' ,, i ri e 3 lr l, '*tuir 0 k -.-11 ,
fir anIy jti ,ti' e t ,imef, r r!i'. ar;c it
litit,
ji t, c. t tl4 'c al) F' t ri t : I i *. .'t'ia, ti;L *


ign$14I j Ii. Th e CircAt C uurn hAt 1 e
elH4n., r1.,1 i) .!I 11 t. ,


c .tu, n r4 h,: I inferior'.l i V, ]i, t in iall
C t es I lt. ig i'l,.r il t i 1 ry ta
a tte lrgrt. or toll; < ( 1 f
%ejctr4iat, b lt4 ni all aL -4rP ii i h.in; tlhe
,, "m. jlo u a1 l in4r oi j9L t I' ,te, tl ;I f all
c.'inal cases n1t- c gni~izae intictiar
<',-i, r t"; rinl arigitnd ,iir ., td )l I a 'la .tl of
f rcible nttry, l.,il i li*. lr, i,'r, ;- nit ,f
*uch otih'r iw ltrD e s i t! It ,i.; t c .I-r I'r -
tiwe. They siall hait *firat an,~peJ ate lut I -re-
1 tt in 1.11 L i 1n l ', .pI :d t ,. L *. i t k' "ill
the Ce'tutii y ao rt Tr hi el.i. tt .1.1...l) jHdge,
ian m o t 4 i l 1 t'i1iatltI n.atit.'a g i i a t..I i l
Its Ihe ea.iri .- tc rI. ..r r j,' I;: I r ern-
inrie. i; f l t t Tr r tic ;l j.1 n' : .: .', I '.J r ; .
rulingg Ltlo in wlictli there i s .# c' i v I t. o r *. a.,'It 9 ,f
record ., it'l ',ii,-rviitn a n,, n, t ',", 1., 4c-
tl pl -rtaining ti their pr-lba.tie 1i,-L!!t -,,n t' t,
the enmatt and inTeret4 t r f nli'i.lr a.l ,
Sutch other 4il1 ts a the l. ugilAt1 rC u,.tC v I t I'
v"la1. The circt.it -Ut'trT. nart judi c', .hrill hIwAc
|p-wrr to i iute t ri'1 1f %i-.It '.Ti1i*, iatjtfgictoln.
({qu wft ,rtlnt L'r iftk( .r;, ; pr..hi it' r1, atl.< m
St|vpusi and all wrils. pt?;r C' fjjtIilc' e mrrikse ',f l:]!ir jurii-d 'i 1,
Se tlftn 24. Arri 'c iV. 'of te Co stitti.iil n f < ,
thtc atat4e 1L, ItlaidJa is here;,y iawrintled mK as
to read aI ftl tl>> .
"Sectian 21. 1'dt tie apl.icc.iiun *f Ina
lrily (tf the regq,.tlrd vglers a j t o>' ,i U n .
ill 1i .. $ a'tr, l: l. '.gi-tltn e h'li l *.',ai.,rnd in
-"1i c c't l ) ;a tir: t a*i rc c-'ril, 4i;3n! t re .iill I
Li Ione ju I-c iI <:: 4 '' f I h1 I .. 1- t4I 'wr 0.ait ,
sliall 1e a i.A.mcIti1 agt ri'a ;t ?. *-1, :ii'l v
ii *. Ia t!,te S, :.I lty t:- i m ( am aI .Iii
mfl m >* / f4the zt if. la r. .11m4 1h itL > i| n l h1
O fre 5' r four \ ar.- 'I a anni lal .i.-" fit t11lie
aJit d of( ,ial C', it t i.hIl .- i. I rl ltlr'lly
y the coui~ty wire -..h curt i, r.ctI a LcLithlId
iil hliall l.u nIi .'.,i \I n try i <-ai'C .,.a IIC I
ttan tifrItr cl i tito 'a i t a l ,.jl itti'a.l i, ,t ti'tl 'taMi,.1
Illart ; in cautlit, ,t (rira (iit'tn it(I a,rnio tu ,
Iifrt.y thmou..(and p|ipul.t;i.n i enibl lr-: i.lred
ldoll:'ir: in coInltir*t of iA :iin thfrty thia-iinit It
inrty-five i ti nai1 nl ivtulati' in, 1 ,- tlhi.tianad
alolt'r4; and in counties i ounre !li:-.n frtiry.
tive thult< anal t la.',ltlatIon, I A'iilt> 'Ir ln 'iari-ed
tit:'Art; apnd .i il 'i -ii ;l ( c,. 1, ,t- nta.raj l tt i
r tailitrkal 1n th0 4Stale. h-I l li i' 1) tlc a.l-p
tion otif this am ,ntrl ,t. tr:li :'vi ti -n i e iS'PIrt
of ectird as hc;cin roidic.l mal 11 i;a r- ofi
*1ctr critnlttl ',kati a1j rco rdIiisll 1-- s n.: rin
of much c'.lrtK, anl di.charg e a'I. i antl
receive the mltti'rtcns tl t cIh-Li ,.ki.tI ,ie CeI\A-
rati ln of( t ieir IJrL'eint etrr .i ,;ria r
S Scrtii n 15. Var Arti'ile V, of t'ie in t,'t'i)tit
,f the Sltate of Florila i. h t'', y .,1 al so
as to read as folluis:
"Secttion ,3. The a.,urt '.f rcg', ril *':|i1 .have
-*xclusive jurHidiction cf.( .01 'rlini il.. ", :.. not
cailitll. which ?'4all jIre-i in ai.I 4 ,l .tt'V v ,il dn
i c &ae at law, in hlik h it he ,., 11 -1n ,'
valet ttfilhe prqterly I.cif rit re.', tirtusaind dollar*. iil (',ii lu rtli l % 'i i: 1 l"ir, ir-
cult toyrt., shall have exc'is.-e jturi ',ti,,.i 41
Iire ta1.ful detainer f f tansi anal *. d ; "t- tv .
Section b"O, ( Artlle \ .( h tii ti<
a3 PIS rt'd a-. (..1nA *
*Srcqli,, l ',; Cf-e O t, *
a,:a rt ad rr ,rd 'n :i a } .-r.''
tof the 1 ti 1. 'i t i .
al t lo I i :
*'rt' a 1 r. 'H're hI 'L *. r tin
a(f ri c'r'l *1 V : 'tirin ;ht'ajia'a, -r t
Ithe r'utlv ii'"1 r ,+ ,, 'i h.} ir t ao,::t : '1 iv
and s wl. ,p %1.th l .!--2 'jil.c t- r :-r +...: .. His
C.I I t>E lliH .|n -.,,i lhe hi -.t '<'Ca i ,.
.cctio n "A. "i Article 1'. tif 1 a ,',.i,.ti;:!.n
af the State ,,i la f r((,i ii '.'C TP. })' ,l'l .Til.'.l t.t
&t o rnatl as (Tll. :'a ; .
Section 2!. ,M1 a;ttrtt.ci ?r:Qi',c,.in ti:i' ,-,',
o f r e r .r d h l 'l.M I lic ] .li c I T 1 ,i : 't ,. i. > n
hunter oath, a.inJ i.a y hle ,'rc .it ,;ir. t'ite,
whether lhe i'ti r( its in sg'f.i. n .'r ,. ,. 1:) t'le
ct-ilt court far the caility i im-) h b I o,,',i' iif
tto'rd Is held, n'."y indict f-jr '1'- idle
in t!ie C',rt .t rrcarul. I ...r .! lr '. l' i
such Indictment. the c ircuit jL'IgC 5.1 a 1 O,',i".it
or ball the Ocu esrd ftar trali il I-r e r'a..rW r ;t-
or,!, ln di< the ta ity .a i t l.r i. i ,* urt
s l1 imi i ttltl ittc'y t^ dit rer-. an l In.l i.'t ,'I ;'.;i 1 t
Iho'd upon such lrnlictnqnt, uti,. 1.'. ,,;'. .:;, r.
.;atlion hir a't;i.t. 'hall he triel.


Station f *. of Article\'. of the It tii.tt'n1
of the State tf I'.,ria',, i hrt'; .1t:,';., ,
as tu read at follit.
"Section 29. 'Ther e s.:1t T!e t, C .r c:r:
In %ny county where a c..u t .i r rj is t...
tIblisbe.'
Section 30. of. AricT;e V. M1 s 1 a ntiLia.n
Iu the State rAt 'it,.rlhta I h to
Js io rfad ai folk*< ;
",rCtton ,S. "rle r 1iv i' "*'* f r .. r.l
(iall Int ek ect! e h i- b ci. r-a I ); in
-1lch the C .t 1 I -t.\l.l.' r'.. ran k' .a.1 : ,',l
a1tctir ('/r fali;r 't: a '.fl4 .'' 1'""' ".,':- I -. 1il
hi a tfrC d 1 y h 'iv.. h) ,hrI l!if 1 ; t -U! y
11 I j li ft hc c aivc' r tita 'r e t r a Ii ,r .';:; hi
dutie. anil fcc-'i il e t i i l y' ,.
it',. 4 n thi ..- i t 'a. I +l.i i 'ar-, .: I
%I as it r il a f, ,s
Section .I. All riit .I ri cder ,-.I. u...i.
the citt'uiit ao.ia t. '.h l -i >; a i' "> ', lit
Couiilt' f T'c..l4. a ltl .t, la*s. .:!I.i, t i ,-;mll.
trial CottfS .f i im.orrl .,' i l ) :r ,,if
I. t glrHit .l riwe. 1 -,eI Ir- ';r. I r, lit a
cIuIrt rct irf ,al i ., mitltl r o 'tt ( rtcI J. IIr
ti the cir-ruit git Ut i4l( an,,t h r a'" ;'ic i, r thel
ait)lr Ia t .es, a2 uitnl -r the :I- .s i '.i% inl for
rhaoiginug thet nrlen C rtari lhi- ;4':-. nit i' ','it "4&
oIne county to Ohe circuit 'w;'rt 4r( .1,,,ti,qtf
Comtty. 71he 4vler the err'.iti judgrle i ;ir iril jUl! i r i1' i i of
the circuit court ill anll tliat i -. -, ".,111|
special term o( a court < ( 'TaV 1', 'i .m Citnty. for the pqirtiVm e aif tTrtiF ,;. ,-, itn
which the ijud e of the cotat uf ta-' ,1A 0ha't
be Jiqallficd. l'artieoi anty Canl- at law
In a courl of record shall have thie eare rirht
to trial ly jutlts ail liMte. ,ir hy rti(ii t .
way reitl under this Conntitotivn. r hr l;l
in rrfcrrc t' a tasei in circiit r- 'I 4 r LI y,.
if the judtle (. the i oe rt of re' re fled, tran rer tihe r or i e ti i t.li c't.. rh :1rt lOf
the county in which such cou;t .f rei' wi may
be.,
Section 3 of! Article V. tf t h *',,tl.hitn.
tion ot the Suale of Florida it hrrerly v: .-t",!d
sO as to rend nas ftih .w: ,
"Sectfon 3;, Cntirf f rec.',d *h.s!1 l- at .-
hhed by the Leifisltur.. ,nly Iui,. n a teiioniM
of a ma)qrity I the rrgi-lerial v, Irr ,4f the
county, whitre s*'ch turt if e i-t, 1 ',,),


Order Your
Whiskies From


THOSE. M. R)


AY,


PALATKA, FLA.

4 fuTE quartq ala Qeiren Rye ... .
4 full iuartSia 14 Crow kye. .. ...
* full uuart. Monom rum 1s. ....
4 full ruartm Prtide of N. CJ. I'orn No. o ..
4 (uU tuartw Pride of N, CCorti N. '
All goods ptoked in nest box. e
style. I want your holiday busif
and will tret you right. end me yoI
oTder from lgrom ipt shipment.
TIrsn. M. RA v, Palatkl, Fa.


CHARGES C. SMITH,
Palatka. Fia.

NIEtIlAL rRIUE LIST.
HunXXXXr Rye X ................*

Oold M.edal...... ... ..... .
Old Baker... ............. ... I
Lewis ......... .............
Corn Whlikmw .... ... I to


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THE (AINESVILLE SrN: O(M'TOBEKR 10. 10i4


Made


your cake, muffins, and tea bis.


They will be fresher.


more tasty and wholesome.

Baking Powder helps the house
o produce at home, quickly and eco-

y, fine and tasty cake, the raised
uit, puddings, the frosted layer-
crisp cookies, crullers, crusts and

with which the ready-made food

at the bake-shop or grccry does

Compare.
t Royal is the greatest of bake-day helps.


ROY AL .AKIFh .a PWO -. ,,"A ,v --v..


if CITY AND

ITY CONDENSED


Goaml Intreat Oath.
lby Ourlpsrtn

OtL AND SOCIAL ITEMS
I S
M lppenedand What sa Going
STold In Sort Paragraph
"$He Wih Runs May Read"


o* Jaitv &am.
S oann of Oampville was
hite ielty yesterday.
I $kff R. B. Bush of High
b ia the el ty attending court.
'Oamy of High Springs was
tesiness visitors to this city

U.M. King. an estimable lady
was shopping in the city

lammers of High Sprinpg
the business visitors to this

60th of Newberry was among
..paid Gainesville a business

heeler & Wilson sewing ma.
f or qaih. Call on or ad-
MOlme. dawtf
Illi of Alachua, one of the'
i1st1as of that section. was in
|^m business yesterday.
Brown of Newberry is among
to this city, having come
the session of the circuit

Me.4ombof High Springs was
"4 Yesterday. He called at
.lice and renewed his sub'.

lardLner of MeAli in wasa vis -
iItM elty yesterday. Appreielat-I
MWS thing, he had his name en-
Mlla the subscription list of The
L'-'I


SW. N. fheats of Tallahaiset is.
Plt4. While here she will be
of the Taylor House. Mnr.
e i tany friends in (GaineIville
Il be delighted to see her.
3I1i Sheriff J. B. Kennard oft
Ws in the city yesterday. hy v-
Son business connected with
it court. Hlie reports Iatters
quiet in Waldat at this time.
M Cansn of Mulberry. !'Polk
. brrothvr of Ilheputy .;eiril J.
S of I aCro-Fe, was i)n tht.
Vdnay. lHe wa 1en rcu'ltt o
i*, where he will spenti a few

grill hitl 1,oo, tejvna, w'urk
Miles or horse.s will do wtil I,
F Siowden & l dnanls' earlhad.
,wlll arrive ,boul ,,etabr ,
5*he.Mesev sc,1 Stalel ,. 114t
Slet, tt iMwrs, .1. c. Iaie iof Alachula
E I )R over tli. advent of a
k,,YousKstp*r, which came to


iinionston's WonrdTrfrn Salve for sale.
by J. W. .MeCollAtn & Cu.
If troubled with a weak digestiun try
Chaniberlain's St:,r.na-h and Liver Tab-
lets. They will do iyti good. For sale
by all druggists.
Among the viaitiur In this city yes-


\'f 1ll at, "f tel ,I tranraeting
,b *. i. tl i }
o ,
5 t nil'r1 t' to h >* A ester.
F


ome


terday was, Hou. J. A. itosborough of Main street, opposite The Sun ofilee.
Windacr, repres nrtative.elect from Grant has now one of the most up.to*
Alachua county to it.e Legislature on date tonsornl tarlore in the State, and
the DeImocratic ticket. Mr. Ros- will no doubt enjoy a fine trade.
borough is on" uf the most widely Miss Joseph MeComb of High
known imen in the county. Springs favored Uaineaville with a
Aire. Wells. son and daughter of Vir- visit yesterday. Miss McComb is one
gidia arrived in the city yesterday, of Alehus county's efficient teaeh-
and will spend some time with Nimrod era, and has bren assigned this year
Wells at his home in North Gainesville. to the Jerome school, near Lexing-
It may he possible that they will locate ton.
here, since it is understood Mr. Wells j. Willialps of Alachua, one of
has purchased the Becker property in the leading business men of that see-
North Gainesville. ion, was among the visitors to this
A. J. huford. for many year a resi- city yesterday. He was en route to
dent of his city but who is now resid- tcala, in the vicinity of which place
ing in Atlanta, where he is extensively he is largely Interested in timber and
engaged in manufacture and sale of phosphate lands.
Shufurd's wonderful veterinary remes W. F. Barry of High Springs, one of
diet. is spending a short time here. The the substantial friend of The Sun In
friends of this gentleman will be pleas- that section, was among the visitors to
ed to learn that he Is enjoying a fine this city yesterday. Notwithstanding
trade in his medicines, which are gain- that he was quite busy, he found the
ing a reputation throughout the South. time to eall at The Hun office and re-
Among thl. visitors to this city is .J. new his subscription.
W. Williamson of rmond. who is here After a pleasant visit to points in
on business connected with the circuit Maryland and Vapginia, and to Wilson.
court. Mr. Williamson resided at N. C.. where she has been a guest of
MiCanopy for maoy years, and is well her parents, Mrs. W. M. Johnson has
known among those who have been I returned to her home in this eity.
here for some time. He is the father Friends are glad to welcome her again,
of the young nan who was out at Ro- and are pleased at the information
chelle a f-w months ego. and is here that her trip has proved a beneficial
looking into the cape with a view of se- one.
curing an indictment. l:ev. W. J. Carpenterof Kavanaugh
W. E. Dow of 11igh Springs. a truomi- Mbethodist Church has returned from a
teiot lifet iniuranee man who repre- pleasant visit to his old home in Mis-
sent tlihe New York Life, is iln th souri. Hlie aLso visited the World's
city. Mr. )ow states that his wife Fair at St. Louie, and was very deeply
will arriv, in the city today, and that impressed with what he saw at the
they propose tu make their home here great chow. The lettter on the expo.
during the winter. This lady has sition from Mr. Carpenter, which ap-
many friends here, at.d the Informa-1 Ieared in The Sun, was read with a
tion will ie reetivett by thest friends 'great deal of interest.
wit]. plRea,61r Mr. 1Dw is also a Friends of Mr. and Mrn. J. II. Sulli.
pro:n.int me.:.:er of tOiLe Knights of vwa of Newberry are sympathizing
Pyti*e,. bir-.K the district deputy with them in the death of Miss Birdie.
Krand eha:,ncellIr of thi, district. their beloved daughter, which sad
lv ttl .1Mr, I. \%. King vxe\et to event occurred at their home Sunday
mak.- th.ir d, parture toilay for T'am- morning, September ;."5. The young
pa. wLhr, thei.y wll in future rt.ride. lady was poestried of a most amiable,
Mr. KEnki haA ftr tl.P- aVit tivo ytars sweet diapolation, and was a general
beei paitur of the Seeoind AdvenLtit favor, in that community. DIkcased
Cihritimtai Churel., art.! has many si ,. ghbt-ren ytarn of t..
friezd- hr, wtI r'.gr, I t'- v'etigi^ tI. Mr. Ihd rs A Cushman and
le 1..l .: i, tla" ca;Facity. 1- i as Mra. l'ay ti. l-.dvards have returned
comi) :l. .' re .. t orf Il ,frie an extended tri to California
il haltt o! Li b.lovd w. fe', I,,u it ai t;,r point W est. ineldiing
t) i b', eil that ti,' n e!11 t8 1.IC- I'.l L 'i l.Ak and il., great: W ord'sl
iL1 ;rx henit:. n. tc her ldter air Mr. Ct'shnan piten to attend
k u a 'et pted a : l the ., tie .attnfl ,.EXteamrmIenit I ,. F.,
A.dv:; it.urL'h a i t.P t. .. .': at tz.: Fra tic i ,se aM l the ladies
3 -It; ," ,. *I t 'a ...... ,'le f. ... Lei..... ...... ,- ..A t


iIJr ."t ,l- rai Ci'u. "' u"reu j li party
J ,.. 'l ','. l- r i i l ,',. a irotl i. ailo sItAed I uii t- in Southern UCali-
Ih'h in, rc .&LA: atn iI, :%i..0r Mf tilt' fr.i:a, and altogeth r liad a mosi t en-
trmni f II. ,i r ioi' ..la, !iatfactfurrerr joyallee trip etlbratnmng a period of
tf navtli '. ,' r -. tt;t. H I ,i, U it i vi!t or albqtlj tw we te'.
t t: ,- ') y.ertrday Mr Hlulder .V s.Pig from l.lward,,' ilstabl. sine.
cam,'- f r thl ; .rostt of payinti the. riday, Sept., 3. the fulluwiug It#'-
ini. r, ',aing if from vctit;-ly *eriletd horse anid b'mIa: IUoxA may
l .. \ I n l .,rt r :. rs. ai ait 15 1-3 ;haids high ; small
col Iar mark on rig).t i&d. neck; small
twe r ,- Ie .'irn d .in);oy. wl. ,-r astar in furtheitad. Hliore in ,i r dl wurk-


1 S' tirmiy .f High ,pritit wasI
the ily yesterday


S r t rr) woo i < i ;t
t 1 .4 rFIc n) L (ii jf ,lk ,1 liti .4u;

S I ": I tI'r is.* h ite rIttrirj.vd
t m !L, 1,,.. aft .r a 4' hijit of day i

Y" :' l tlri, 'tr stl n 'i l .t ,a j elr t. i
Sh'l. nwr.i. f \!,melu. t, ne of t.e t

I wa a ,N rt )r t I tl cit y tai*rdly.
II' i.i'r 'y tt'l M atl ,Wo il I tilaii, 111
St!.-. t. .i.t wdely know rtesidit,'i of
tlaeti *tiii. wai, tralittK i. l the city
i-.t,.Tr t:,).
I' \ ).iu Liuil.t.* tl.e nicrehant of
\r- t .r, W:i ir&aiaectilK hul iisalr i. I
ts. tI'ty yoat,.trdlay I, re,,ltI a very

l-t-.ty l.er;.tff I..1 erry of RIP-
*'helit was in tl;e iy yesterday, hay-
i t cJire itr attt-ind the session of the
Lir ikit Court.
Mi-* Moly, a charming young laly
of A laelusa, was in the city yesterday.
Mi31 Moody is one of Alaeliua euunty's
etfeiient teachers.
Joi, M. I'revatt of Leryville ts In
the city, Mr. Prevatt is the father of
Mrs. W. W. Colson. and is the guest of
that lady while here.
SMrs. J. W. Beville and children of
ileville were among those who favored
(slinesviili with a viit yesterday.
Mrs. H*rille honored The Sun with a
call, renewing her subscription.
Grant Player, the barber, moved
yesterday into his new stand on eeels


last year, and made a One record O
the gridiron. East Florida Seminary
expects to have a fine team this season,
and is now gradually orguaising.
Prof. J. H. Coffee, prinolpal of the
Waldo High School, was among the
visitors to Gainesville yesterday, hw.-
ing come on business connected with
the school board. lie states that his
school, which is in the best Oondition
it has ever been, continues to prosper,
and the enrollment is increasing every
day.
lHon. (). M.. --niiders of Itionsun, for
many year. treasurer of Levy county,
was in th' ciity for a few hours yester-
day. 11ie was joine-d h,'-r- by James
Prevattil f 1,eyville. father of Mrs. W.
W. Colon. and the two departed yes.
terday for points in South Florida on a
prospecting tour. They expect to Ihe
absent several days.
After a visit of two or three days to
this city, during which time he was at-
tending to business connected with the
court, .. W. Williamson returned yes<-
terday to ?hi. home atIrl sond. Mr. Wil-
liamson resided near aMicanopy. in this
county, for many yearE and his
old friends here were glad at an op-
portunity to greet himt again.
lRev. Joseph sherouse has, returned


1 I


0me-made.


h,' in li : $hf .,lActin a wa traild-
itng in le ritiy yr terday
j. W ('a8lfy nf lA.h MlgithI Was a1

(I V N ,,'+i iti uf L s.gtin was a
itnpsaifri liti r t* llilu 1s "Ity yrsteynlmy.
tUe i' V tnwsl,*n off Itlateheti('.rwek
WlS S l'.ft T e,' t;)itir tiM itSll' ily y) l.
tents
t:. l t I ori !f vlir.stii wass amtng
tI.' liati s v;. d reo ioi thi. 1.0 ity yes.*
trilday.
,l',ty Jr. S. l.ee Stokes of
MicanOipy was an offelcll viitlor to
this ity yesterday.
Mr.. H. I.. Lhiffr hia rvtulrnd to
lf eitly alter spending sis weeks with
relatives in (ieorgia.
N. A. Callimn of Spring Park Fanr,
Bltininton,. war sttrclted to this city
un business jes terday.
J. B. trble and 0. It. teen D of
High Springs were registered as the
Brown house yesterday.
W. P. Boulware of Oramge Heighte
was among prominent Rest Bad folks
who viilted this eity yteOrday.
P. R. amey, the county eomiul*-
siouer from Waashoota, was traaaMes
Iog business In this city yesterday.
Monroe Venable. the lumber sad
naval stores manufacturer of Klaap-
she, was tranmaesing bonless In this
city yesterday.
iR. 8. Bradly of WaMaboote. a pro.
greuive t former of that netiono, w
among those who favoned the M ety.
capital with a visit yesterday.
3. Striagtellow, a seensfl llnery.
wa and all-round clever young fellow
'of Alashon, was among the bhotmess
viitors t this oity eterday. 1
Mr. Joseph Maasses has returned
from a delightful trip to Mlemphls.
Tenn., and the World's Fair at. 8U.
I uis. She was the nest of slalTvee
at Memphis.
Postmaster H. C. Atwater of Waldo
was in tbe eity yesterday, having bMee
altreeted here by the RepUblilae
speaking. He l oea otf he men
widely known Republlm la Atmis sn*
Slea.
Niss Jessie Bodiford has ureurmd
to her hboe in this eity, after a 4de
lightful visit to Saratog New York
City and other polate. The friend of
this young lady are delighted to wel*
some her home aain..
The Uioted Brotherhood of CarpeW
teo, who have beea hoMing their
meetlu s in the room over Broomes
store, have seeured quarters la the
Porter block, over Chitty & Co., S4
wPil herafter make their headqumr-
ten theft.
After a pleasant viot to relatives la
this *ity, Mn. 3d Slaughter and shlid
departed yesterday for their houe a'
Miami. Friends of Mr. Blaupgbter
will be pleased at the lamforatem
that he is holding a lucrative poaielte
In the Magie Oily. ad is delighted
with that seetion.
*"Bilg Jones" of Fernmadiaa has ar-
rived in the elty, and will play foot*
ball with the East Florids Seminary
team the coming seaon. He was here


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SFORTHER PARI


BiATAED F 0E TE F DEPUTYmA
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l.n b.osb.t"'"h, STATE ELECTION IS

.V....I HELD IN SEOR IA'
Pie P a trted In .the Kitehen ef the
6eHtS rUd Ones, We Areufl h ti. State Hosow Ticket BR
""" r it Minh ODtiirlty---Th"rtadElYear
with Rs D I'y t ht.Ielacted and Election Qalet.
IL Josei ph, Oct. L.-Four persopa THE AtISNDUMITS ARE RATIFINC
ot their Ilves In the burning of
STray house In South ISt. Jqseph blestisn Was More of a Formalit)
SThanM Otherwise, the Contests M Hay
WIn. WSy e Ckr T" ed d t
itM -PA*t rw, aSe 50 years. 1leg Sn DMfnitdely Oeide at White
(LV. No Hrtoaed 3 4 s Primary In June.
e e p DP i clllnlnba, aged 60. go
e l W i :tl a .8 AUan- Wutoa. eaoentray coon Atlanta, Oct. 7-CQvemror osepal MU
oi r iM Torrell and the entire state ticket were
!A Wbwt Wuetoa. 1 yra.old, olt. of estrday re-elected without oppose I
Hd w anS v i a Wa fAtally burned UmOr by .the people uf Georgia for an
tie'1 I WlbM Simneia a eattie buyer. other term rt twa year.
SW ti i hurt by $1Mplag from The Damnutattecnominees for JudgiI
*Ibh iSe mi'adow. o gad sollc:tors of the various circults
m ', N, eta rte4 la'-thS kitcbhe e were also lt4aorsed by the etitre otat*
BI t llk wasb Ow fra lt buildlan. Though thP returns are not all a1 ,
WE jtt -' 0to. w sat d eboders Were It appears that the four constitutional
h'eWSlpar ,I whi th uil elty.l meut4ments have carried by a sate
..t.e nnhMde" a"etwrboar d *Mwe, rity.
ttWth re ta i IIIarlr bd., There wan no opposition to the Dema
&AS" oe ratI cean :.h't s tu bring out theI
T R 9AGSVY AT soa iDAHO. vote of the .. tiLand the election wal
TR|6.... AT W_., iDAmore of a* ormality than otherwise
S" pwi. b H ,ave en Sain by the coate ts having been definitely do4
His.%1 ..., 4 deldest at tbhe Dtenratle white pr'matl
..4B ..?mi e4, i oa OeL L.-f4leries DMly, ts June. so mhat the vote on yesterda)I
., tinsk e iI I a meI amlpan. w as r entirely i perfunctory one.
$W.W Peat n VI1h ha is I0. rThe only one. of the constitutional
h. 1 '. tia abet thMee Minbtd streak al dments .-sterday submitted to
oa t e hbd with a hatekht the people for ratiflrttion. about which
AO e ham rs later r a =d11 Mthere was any question, was th<
U^Spe tt the fely house,' lafourmed ams amendment to article 8. section 4. par
sitW 1 4i ek U Mr tly had labot her agraph 1, er rnl local taxation tot1
I let Rcd. An examitaion wat made public schools: The ptirpoo (of this
,e Sthe bo0lDY of Dly was found In a smuesdtnt was to grant t tmilitla
eI asr O h. r' Of blo d, w hich had spattered and schb il diszrltrs, as w, l 1 Bi to
t, I blod, whlh had pattered .countle anti nu.ilcia:ltlttcs. tle rightI
[!!wt+ 1 Jale. bed s S walls of room. to tax tthems.lve for school purpose.
1ho d sad Mn. Daly ere r The amrnIment. iref tlid nt provide
Hlgrw te utedM the later swearing before for ucrh a tax. UVr Rlmply confzrrrlt
beg n mm wagio .lut' that she had shot her the riht to Irvy n:-h a tax upon the
gaF ust, the. atead m i f4.dfease. couMtlPes or niIt; a ti t scnl district
b' atMsMcre hed Oa Ul r as w More that Bond dih,'the that m;hy i;CetrCtEr desire it. t. t al t
ti.. which ha" beta arranged be. to L vie I two-ttird of thOI
I,.N -' e ot ing in a e* a&n elrc'an favoA the
',T.-Ne d redth t he,. lan.ce.t plLn. ndter th, proeat law twoI
ul te d --a-IIT MATC.third. of th t registered voters are,
SBE bad bil a K AUleRITT MATCH. necessary. It sem- fliat the amend I
I lent has been Indurse4 by the people
*VritPt M DOU that the 'Fight Will *f of the slate.
t bnhei z detained) Pulled Off. Thae other amendments to the con
.. atper ti at IrMlsoget.ha--At{ thattre.
S et1'ude a-.- S*a Francisco. Oct. 3.-All that ire stitUtIon ratilth d provide for fixing the
Vis tsh#yM. Ie mlenS at present to clinch the slight. mazlmnum In lit of the state tax rat,
tiat dou 44bt of the match lbtwe11en Jo at A mills, for an Increaue In the ntiu
,r i li shipS, tall and Jimmy Britt, Is the two ber of counties in Gemrrla from 13.t to
M ltIII .!-41 stor IA-'hlterI or their managers to affix 145s. and for !lmlitin the number ot
g4$pwt S 1tIos Tb c Itx Ut th*etr alpbatures to the artllee. representatlves In the lowpr house olf
1B:MS .St the Rueslaus Ist sgt wa the tie agreed the general assnbld to I iS
l!yo.w their land *a' lupo, tar th meeting. But Willte lrit, -- -.
was SI r an unable to attend. H|e IftT SHIPMENT Of KIND.
hl hd vliy r0 1i. t word that anst Saturday even* T t
S h;laSe would be present, and would rive Tcrped O.-t Cros. the Amerl..
ships IS 1e11a it continue (he negotlation. can Ccntmront.
ll wedto hat It wlmJI be A Heuford. manager of E.gan, stated New Yor (),- i .-F"i c stluarine
W 951 .i the Rtm l d roid s. lota the Britt terms were agrfeabIetre1 be tc I1 t. '- eto. J
ka ES etortby cditioB It h him, and that he was rfatly for Lav"e be' t..' l.1 mrail to Jr
i VIaladlvoastrk that General sigml. acy itl. L,
... ... _a- been very 1I1 and TIn, -.-r---- o .-; i1 m; w:stina-
p 1ersaiLy eomand hlis army CoLLISIIQNON PANHANDLE. tion x, ta'1Lttts of Uno Yang. Rul- hih n'4,''.nl r jt 'o. :J ti4. isruij
t' t talngn Tea "re retpo. One Phreen Killed and Seven Others veYTCal '. t.l'. wh: .dh 0r the statement that ammuni.| Are injured. cr.s.d the A.m. 'r, c. .ft:, vt- ;


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ICULARS OF KIWNG


4 a g5B for the protected cruls-. Pittsburg, Oct. 8. l AI havw. reaWhel Port -Artbuit killed and -sevn Injured today in a boats oca.l:i h, i l bl N ll.t C- i
rSl4o0, The-Germans do not be. eolltelon on thb. Panhandle railroad l4a. anid ix box car *p holtltM warn
tilts oryt Thie I stlans aro tween the Wholing express east. suhIprtI in u an'th. uaf car was 65)
b Stcatt omtlvatlvtion iuth Port bound and na light running freight en. tcoveredNt il!, n,%'.I:- Nvli cnceald
Iaths. It 4a believed by wlrelea me,. gibe westioad. l Thv dead: T ntt r
NOWe selt to ihe 00. though it ieI J0 1'. It Wt.ch. fireman of the pal- Thoer, au. r : (L, tr it mark
k etl that Jonks carry the rMes. *%mxg tLnli on any e.'r !,ti.L: th.fn'nt, or!
111g. It is claimed that :he expect. The Injured: the de'tiLna ir., and t'1 tIn- raUroad
S4 dash.ot the Port Arthur fleet has D. Lhe. lrer: '. A. w- I(y o 11 r ih,. ht:,.
Sbea frustrated by the terrle tt,>m sa m yL Re heyerigl.rer: Blou. trman: Sw type. an A.. :tt tI: cu.
lS.LIL Lth s t'ing inSy. engljner;I Iif... Sloan, firc.man :etcvp .a...,
WiEh lave pteraued this week. George C. Rlanmon. T. D. Adams. a pas. ert' r ,' '' '"' a ..g..
Several Hurt Bmy txpiles singer: two l tnnown Itasm'nr-ers were shn n .
PeMnacola. IM.. Oct.L .-By lh 1e. slightly injured. w 'aL.
*oeloo of a boiler at the 8tratum i, IRound Lap BSae In Receivership.
w orks ftv persons were sriui..ly Imports and Exports. MontntI .A:u (\, -Jnvglt
bJlure and It is believed that se,. Ianedon. Oct. 5.-The Beptetmbr ayrt h1 .1'.*t"t 1 .' r 1.".':n;
grl' employes are dead and buried l. .... a. aI .... n..... -. ... ...a .. and di. I. i,' .: : :,. ,r- .n thi


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With Baby In Arms Mrs. Cham!e4
lain Started to Run, When Ne 1
Deliberately Fired Two Shots at Her.
Posse Stll Hot on the Trail,
No further developments have to.
hlled from the horrible tragedy new
Taeoma Friday afternoon as far as Ithe
approheading of the guilty party i
concerned. Poses of men ecouls
bhe wq In tIhe southern *ectUoo ef
the oosUtyl il of Friday iiight md t a
uSday with uo result. Every brid I
ad public therougltfare wa s Rueat4 ,l
by oftlers and dlesebqined mun etl*k
heavily loaded shot grin. ansd rifles.
This tragedy wais tan cold-blood.
ed murder of Deputy Sheriff ( amr-e
V. Chamberlain. one of the mwoa
prominent and sueeeaseful young met
ln the county. whill hi* wife. wish
baby in arms. was standing otly a fte
yards away.
Story of The Crime.
Owing to the exeltemepnt attending
this terrible crime, rumors Friday
evenlng were very oonfllotnag, and it
was impoteeble to s*oure a correct se
nount, because no one seemed to know.
The devoted wife of the dead man.
who was the only witness. with the tr-
cepsion of the babe, lay in a semi-
coneetlou state for several hours, and
In her deep arief it was impossible to
gather any deflaite Information. The
1d4 .howevr., became somewhat ree.
onciled, and on Saturday morning
threw some light on the matter. Be.
twern siRih she stated that late F'rl
day afternoon her husband suggiestel
that they go for a Jittle s hoping ia
lose proximity to the house. When
about a quarter of a mile from home,
the dog "pointed" a palmetto shruL.
Mr. Chamberlain, who was carrjitrg
the baby in his arms. delivered the
ohild tu its mother, took from her t!.e
gun, and advanced. When: wit. in a few
feet of the torub a ne-ro tidde;tl


arose and fred. Mr.Clanm.trlan tur:.-
ed quhlkly and advance tawatrds hi.
wife, evi4tntly believing IWl ud1 beetL
wounded by the aeeide.nial dichlarge
of his own gun. He removed his coat.
a hunting jacket, at the amne time
falling to the ground.
Fired Upon Lady.
Mrs. Chamberlain observed ith ne*
pro, but eould not rerognizi lii'n. In
her ezoitement she started tlv rut.
when the man fired two shot at her
without effect, nnd wilthdrw iiZL, th-
woods. The lady returned to ler
home and notilled the neighbors tf tit*
shocking tragedy, wht.ei he almot inm-
nmediately became prottrattd.
Stole Dead Man's Property
When neighbors arrived u 11r tl:e
seel.l a ghastly light mitl their e)*y'
The dead manJ lay iin a poolo uf hi, tw
bIood, and it was ohitrred th1A ttt"
negrr had stoletN MNr. Chainhtrlat-:.'
coat and gun.
A Ftfle cr P;:io!,
sh w cr.; <: '1 i n.e. tm :. l
'itlwr a piml" or a rit 41 .
'ite bali t.t' re di the.' t,-Idy. a' : 0 .
left arm: at a toisL jutn .'. t,' t 1 -
pie. luil il::; t. ar : ** -
mitut have r* jui:td w :..; .i r .
SNIrrs. Clhnatleruain ;(ated '>Atuirda)
Smornii; that a ftew ays agv a, 5trago'u
nnegro was shulttifg 1l4p)u Mir '.,t\'
ierJtain'3 pror erty. and; that It.' ; Llr-
dered (tfT the place, T'1e tM fr o-*
v rayd itt"lteit, anld w ,a '-n',' I


Tnhamhrluaitzi. wilts avirt oult. t tit
1-he wouiil KI) r '. I I, y'-t "') It tiTy i
deduicted tiat thit swa' the remu,t
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