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 )
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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )


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

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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
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Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
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-k & Onkard Comn

,rMlxptUI Large Crop.
Af OaflATI



vwun v


SHa 'peen Increased, th
Are Hesithy and OGrwila RIap-
ikad gipecttationS Are That Nest
Will be a Reerd Breaker.
i Ib vilitwrs to this city Fr i
gmIn eOrae Taslor of Palmer, mu-
Set of the Utalubville PIeach
iOotlla, which is now one
mll eltesair e and minot pro-
|p|-f of the kind in the itate.
&ling of thle prospects fotr the
ilileson. Mr. Taylor stalest lhl
.M xeaelenlt. There il nothing
piilk, or which will ,ive re-
qalker, than a peaclh i4a. Two
p1 We, hen this grove wiast. the
was about one hundred. The
str Ite reers which com1*0
wf leties, bore frult, and the
Mjri, weh was last season,
i'i lpterod from she hundred
3i0 esteTe of Ilne. hardy fruit,
llolght exoellean return In the
of the North and West. The
fruit eomr into bearing
s slleb the market several
ieo aldvae of ihe peach crop of
iIstl, will the result that the
hie large advanI*e. While
laflea ts the (ieorgia or D*el-
pN, sthe Florida peah (Is aid
to have far superior flavor
which soeount largely for
~i rles whilh the Florida pro.
emaunds, even in compstl.
tla the larger and handsomer
L'.Mlor states thal the acreage
alroniderably Icresied at the
ri Peach Orchard Farm.
lia ow in c ultivation two hun.
amo and the prospect are that
will be very prolile. He si-
sat least 9,000 rates the conm-
*. with a poslibilitj of reach-
Itlimtssd more. Inasmuch Is
baltl will move early and the
pU marketed before compe-
begais, it is sate to assert that
Ir will have ahbi thing finran.

p0ekh Irowing industry is rapid-
lta one of the leading indus.
VFlorld, and Alaohus county
S R .. ..
"1SmOkl Ipell Caused Death.
Deakwell. aged 25 years,
todeath early yesterday morn-
his home. In the presenee of,
w0l and child. IHe contracted a
'lold a few days ago and paid
attention to it. Yesterday
1 e ld with a lit of coughling
ilutilaued for *ue tilne. Hi
lat for a physician but t fore li
u ive. another eoulhili spell
M asad Dickwelldled rowm suffo.
.i-8t. Louis Olobe Democrat.
L 11. Ballard'i forehound)
Wloud bare 'aved him. 2 c. i)e
l100+. 8old by W. M. Johnson. .


W. 0. Andruas of Passed
. r While Seated at Dinner Table.
ifr, De 2.-The rainy friends
A d Mrs. W. C. Andrui will re-
illeatr of Mrs. Andrus*' sudden I
which occurred Wednesday
."L Was seated at the dinner
Sh remarked that sie didn't
IIe dinner. leIand forward and
ikowl a truggle. The I)octor
yI fipathles of hims many friends
I itlo. The body will be
fnW the Presbyterian c lhutli
A. today, Rev. Waddell vtli-
Brown, an old resident of
S1k m going today to Otter
Ltere he will engine iln lhe

ti Be Quick.
Malnte should bhe (it win tdl !

hors yniflptoml of cro-sr ;
ilrtln's Cough Itemledy givven
I Sl the child beaonll hoarse. or
She, h uw.rouy Cllough anearslr


'T hIreK

is 1o reason in the world wli. youl .loulld lhlayhy

to the thirtieth day to make



We .toruc fret Of charge,

1 olidlay p iir.
until Christ.

Ias, any ;goods pl purchased for that event. Right
now, stock is ct:npllete in every detail, and ia
buying yeu avoid the ritt-ih cidental to holiday
shoppingg. In Muking yOur Selections it is but
nat ural that you wiJ want Fomething nice and
gtnal and not have to paty Wmoi for it than it is



north, and it is8 uite natural that you
will comne to a firAtcla.s, re.
a liale. place to get it. To
L O Il this end we have just placed
I U R i sook the handsonmest
S and best grades of Furmi
ture and lousefur nishings
O I Ito be seen In this or any
I other city. That the prices
are right we prove by ask.
ing you to InPlre ('ompati.

things of equal quality with
tho6e showing and priced
S I elsewhere. Our aim 9as al.
ways been to ive the best
Slo be had for the money.
that way and we sell that way, Ask
of our mIany patros in this city and
ding country. We invite you to an in-
of a .-natchless variety of Furniture.







I' ner afidl iy virtue of a dUs'ree eof fore-
(lorll orf" 0f itllllJWI' UPILE nl drendered .ion
th" illa t da:y oit thttiber hb Uln. J. T WIllt.
judge of the etrl'ult cOrift uit th dli.'ial Circuilt ofr Florida. In mnd for MAlehuu
court In a certain e lanneeri cueu ihereln
the 'ltrldm 'renrtllter UManufstotturlw Compasny
i conimlalilnsn arl II. 11. tMotan anrd Osoceol
Moran, his wife. are defenditua. I. a-s Sperial
MlS-til'i pstlnlft for the IpurlnH.e. willl 1l ui
pu blur rrr eait;h. to the hltUsrl tidder.
lielore the r.ritrl lio tls d r to hlts< k Aliathus
tlotintli, iin the Cit'y tf ;aiiwncttile., Vorldit. ion
Mo.lay, lthe iceolWt aluy of January., itA. b -
tw en t:.' leg:I huilr I[ lsav. hile touilntlwm
iiuac'l l liiAnd. Inl and Ibelin irn sadk Alachuni
1)'1ant ind d C.* I ted l 4 t0ollwa s
**% il:hi 4t nastillr Iof Sullrt; heI iutlrir rof
S tiin Tl'wi'nty (*ial. Town fill SNlit. iUe .
I .nc. 'it 'eity-)l wo) I i Simth aiid KIst. rait
h.liIf liat ,outeirwe, r.'lI. 'lIout.ltLII N inel iW. iRange T weniv-tltw
4:;1 .lt uris ll tit Soit'i hIalf oit Su4liw M
p.unte 4 or Sfe'tn T n etv P evet <:27. Town-
%st,.il r.:'ir ,, Ite11 i l Ilwet 'lt v t i' t o i* ( t Oith
:it t. la-i W e't hulf l t ?1oLithwi-.t m'tarier
a' oriitn';iim-t *iajurirer ,ou thwt p w quarter
l < bi.s ein T ultl -eil(%i \'-! ik Ttwnhii- ll Nine
I'. ,ae' Thi ri ii -two it ?* South haif of
,. ..tl4h .i.t'r at Ni ortlei-'.t til eri T Iof
NirtilI-.eI ',i.iarter ian1 NijrthweLt quarter iof
.olittte'. lo rte ri or Nectton Tawcn\t-inite
T' i lwi',!i Nitno i.0r, Hanie T rlenyv-two
( :2' ti .' Smthi hal of N'.rtheu' t 'Siattrter 0of
L'1!Ii "T'uri'tV-ivn.' it"' Tow''i-hlpj, Nine
i.. .,, T. ..., ....,I.m.... i


For the informarioru of those who de-
sire to have their hug meat cured In
our cold storage we recommend tie
following method of preparation:
A im nn as tue OIuthere animal hast coled
oewn. rut r up ad trim to iirfe it shape. lear-
ina chain tnanes on hama. aqid blade bones on
saoukIrtrr halt in the usial rmaneer, usin not
more than 10 iOjumdm salt. Ounces brown ait-
ur., a C tiainaailtipeter nand I ouante red pepsmer
tonunch Liai loaNltlr of menls. it leousd resth
tie eiol itoratep not llter than three dary af-
Itrr w p prepared If Iary addItloIal nelr t Is need-
ed after reashing 1t. we w l iuptinly It. Lave
In 1yu "tlorAgie 4 1 to ) rU 4lAy. accordlinU to Qste
of treat. After taklan Ifromp ood stragne rwana
in warmn w'ate'r aIl drI. then wrapor erw up
e'ltre.)y In inusln. o .s to irweveai attaLcksfoltr
ilci or either iknweta.c bva up andl moke at
itervlmN for three weeks. It will take mokte
I'errrutly thrutahi the routln. Ureen hickorry
woM rumakes% the tIt wi ouolse. When dry. take
down etai hbak li tbaex. a Iaver of out straw.
thernoce of meat. ete aied ou will have as
tiar meat ai can lie z'ru'uCtic until followingD

to BAatlt fnal! rlrof 1 u tpt>osrt 1if h elBaill i -m l
that, l4 I rlof ill ire nlndeI l.e.r t r f; r UfIt ter
lind Iee iter at Is.Li ti LIe., fai ou iMer .* NloUts* i1 herl e tk
Ie0r f3. Ub. vI' I 6amd -leter Ihas
J~nm A '.,uA tnIm ul J ..i'.sgof L. .Xad) 103W) Ppaff lm.u
-,' .""* ", --*a I! w^* aa n
IlA irle r tl f, c 4I l ,1 Ntr i e a i,. :.. st Pe- ra10MM of.r
to .* to, r No.l OW- -t, ou 4 a U'IF
, ; ,,i t ,n .H ~ tt ~ rt ( alMf fl i M
Tii i .lt. 1 Ni;" lvr Ia We r
,hr ta .'.,, ,. IL o .ti .,a t (I .' 4 j Ht 1 t, i l.
N- ian i *,ttiJ.Aiher toO pt g of
1n i. .1r at o liirta iTr. *F, .X I du W fr nsiM/UF
to v t I tl l 40 ....L-.
thlat L-i4 .r. ti'.l he uie lr i fllr --- "~I(
ilsl1 Rleel orr '&t (timnrtville. Va., n lll NotlDoIt 1 1lS.
twrr3. 1V41 41. 1 n11 Ii ui ateB ia taf

o1 fMr I"s0 c. i h Ts Ihr. SI. L 11 % IR.k11F.
He nniml the folloblnr wltioflm to Vlm. Ni I
hM rvoniHitmi%. refidewl)i upil ti isid ouul.vathim No -wImi i 0 I WW-Iof10
1 that% iu 'rod v| hr. 1i tW. Ib Iw t4Ig Si0
John I'. V, eli.v tilor. A sA. I Ilelu1. 411 .oe.. w ?
Cutrlr, lrilai Jtenkin, all of lah l0USr n, i-. i M M
he (W f. 1m..rouMN. RO 8 ."ri mtii--
Darue I SI(eiowrm ofHatc Fn4.Is

i 4 ...... l S Ii i' I.... kI I..........1... .. I-artlr. hm. luji rjaitlrow l f Illltle maI with
Ti' 0'0;reiu. aill' n n'lgtma.r i the tl' eprfeeCt ltc l sIhaIi ll : rPLcLht d hve It re-
.' l. 't an unt M .l Itrtc nsacit s turned iame war. MaI:k aI,| nly to UT land also
"1 n i t i hr ..t 1 flame o n rli"x ori barrel and mali us dll of
11 % il i-.r 1 10 t rh er", 1 a n t ladin. t Pre pay frel lic at ab.ipinlng point. COur
ltie ri'.'.. r t,1 it, 1A 1 L%1 l t' Iiu for storargn ihatil on eni lter I mut for
lv.0olvTI IkIA tonee uontbh. We aleo uI.h io bu YbowIdresnfed.
s..TIe IA .I._ We sollrlt Ijatronaiec In iir(ect eointleace to
SMpit- tnI i lrte a feel that our en-
S lrteCrlse i_ of the greatest bneflt to the far-
Nt' Al'l'I.Cl.ATION I'R TAX mer. Vour rfor home-mlade meat.
1 t ..iiI'"S i en UMI- %( DIAMOND ICE COMPANY,
N h lrn .ijtn i t 'ha lt In itrown. it. it. Iivingston. Mgr.. ialnesiille. Fla
;i, ti t *l4 'P' T"i' 4 l'ert ll,1 io :Si t. utlated ..... ...
,v :An1 tld'1 ,' Jn\ .1. 1i l).I hum. h lte:-1sahl -- -. --
i 'ii taln.i'. itll U o'tle' and hta u%-li de' iap lii ilir -.
lm rti t, L peeii tiOI .I-II in iinrteonlanre with L il 11 A LUD S
i..r, ,hi <-.rritn<';arl i. AsLt I'JAlA 0 O 1
,,' t 1-' l", l l Otl t (t1ii l- .Ii'i' llo C11.1ti -
S006 r. -iii 4' rea C e s T.' i, lit m.t JkN rA4 leit lrtof
i ri ti.1 i i lt t h ll h I naI I at
'nliit I t Ied d e 's at the' 0t un
Tt4ir- I I l :ivl.i h I i- %li i- ie-i uc i lthc i nl on ifill
SInid t Jra.'N. .t.r 1t e ,l ,
%V1110, s I I. ,iv ial l enmti rel i' tb eaIt he. *o
.l I *' Ital I tA .ua'' I% .

*Hp. ~r
WS t the ttLae k. It never N '
N is Pleasant and safe to, take. N)T
lh1a all druggists. N. 'N o' in ii., t'. u% rnter.
i rIlc 'I~i' .1h' ciI reuit tl ii'ift lir thit' EiLglhth
,I J,,1. 'r' L iOf t 'ltrl s, o l i lth 'il il i a)y of
Bids W anted. ,I .iT. Al, \ I l foklr i ih, e:i't for tiale.,
vll.i .,,, l l .4 .h'lti t'innts Ih o'rlit : + i Hi.tuia ioln
,2iii ll itete |ly th. Ihetliar of t c,<, 0ti. r dlea'--i"1 on eft 0f ite cr orrii -
SWoit .f Alaclt i j t en 'i' ',i v lsto w -t li-shl'lom t of i, hotl
OlAStl the serv.. A ICla a '.,' q. it%\ ,, itiratrt ile. .lZJnhUA nt'i.llt
ilt* Ol m a'r p i',ai tio r r ''iv i lParimI for thl elnuinK ii t'.frit;*.l': I'r,* in.i rl i t i imnote tihll


land Building Material,




really W





We buyw
any one
suriron i

rrw4r V ~

I *i; .

ftWWUWfl stilt


61w J I



lg, Uh
K. ft

T7 7'777-7l 0 1eo
Sto.hM, l*age

U*a eriae rm.

i will W .ure

e..of@ nouAer.

SSed qwt bout tle
ilit* l* lh tinl tal reht
4WsM wote wkl eit hout
p*4 4 111 phC wal

,P o Ouan 1r.
1Oo i 1,.
|rf| tembdon wih edx

t 4


es A sure slen of approsohing revolt
Sa ed rerlo trouble Its your system tl
enrvoulq, eeeplemseeM or stomach
g, ap"o $. I& tole Bittern will qlekly
. daeNmter (he trumblosome eause. It
ver serbN to I p the stomeh, rilu-
b Ie thre lkM s nsat bowels, stlmu.
Ite she IIvr. wud selrl fthe blood.
Ra dew a spyime beneI t pi *
*tikolrly sa all be useal etaendlU
W lauish seiem lb eetl Bleg .
b' .r k ll i0t, ud iha I i returned If
fi lld6lite* perrfesatsisatoIa. Goar-
U 1r)1ed bat dU draglt-.
P A Ot Crpnd AttWeded She Functi*,
And al No. Sum Was R su ed.
km- A oad erowd eHomnimeAl by their
Spteasmpo bhe ladies of the 1araet
S.WorkllS o Seolelf of the Pmlebyerlm
I sharl who Ptave no oyter supper
N friday alght l the store lseently va
qI j byi Phiftr Bro.. The sipper was
Ae for toth benefit of tbh man aIn.
t am funda.od and a nes sum w re-
ae. sllaed The I)dls Iserved dellolous
Sepstei in everyy lainmghlble style, and
l oborlsoe Wterro steak as rasonable
lng pritc. There was alo eandy booth,
p d Irogs whlch wasn dispened quantities
ill of good old homemade confections,
lMd ad whieh sold like the proverbial hot
the sakes.
The ladl4k desire to estte for the
a' baenof of those who desire to help the
realira, that the booths will be open
a until A1 01'eok today, and up to that
T hor urh ladle will be glad to serve
will the pubtle.
ale -
aid Cured Paralysis.
W. S. "al P, P. 0. 'True. Texas,




hould mee It," Sold

.n P"inwiat b*eto VIlftor.
i* sa mset lady visitnr
Sl*d Ir is Msn Dr. Edward N. IOtll
f'p #lwsbavslile, one of tlh leatdin
Sl-f ,tS.lW or that elnt, who .i a
eW lfriads here.
S:,t. L WIII was ter guest of honorat a
d!r gives Tburda y venalug by
Sei A. A. ChmeanI Nolah Univenlly
Si6Mh, tmd this Aveinlng a the elegant
pote Dr. ior nL K.I. P'hillis.,
tmpa Ma in tmet, N.. the lady will
SagiL *n etsertl 4 at a dinner

MN1. ll) ea lady poUessud of a
4 Mt *aoteflalag asrIure and other
1f 0 t6eimplietIbmesi. She hua manyl
i sldL thlrouqkhou the State who are
Saii dellihted to have her visit
thiem, a.d l altwys delghtle tos have
iMr Mi thb, os. d Ia always welcomed
I- (Wl.eti llle :eloety.
L., A Frghtened Horse,
r enitn i|ite mad down the Street
dmtlbinrt the iomtanLtiut. r a hlunIKiLr

writes: "My wife ha. btetn suffering
ive year with Isaralys in her arm,
when I was persuaded to time lallard's
Snow Liniment, whrileh curdi her all
right. I havl asio used it for old
torf, frost bites ainl Pisar eruptions.
It dwssM thn work." 25c, 60o, $10,).
Sold by W. M. Johnrshn.

FPlamelal natteeet .r the. flrdnl f
Public lmstrtneU Alatchms ('em
tg, Florid, br t1w Mintlh
drt 'teerr 11904t
lion, H. nnton. ('lnelk (.'(rt'ulu 'o'rt, Aia'
obls County. Flowktm:
Sir: ln oornpllam. e S with N 2. 'Chat.. OI
L W o IekldMa, we tirtv. b file withb yu tlie
followInga teiaULe tlinTns it atrrmeftlnt a0
mohool Ik m MV1Nw recvlT ed a eCiXndl.t. Iml
warramntn i haed durlter tbstber. ntalW
MOUIrLT H I sIT tL- w. I. ntn"l9IHi*.l$,
TRUAsIrI llM'ti .rl rt Rx. ALA''IL'A
COuWTV. flAnhum.
October, tli4.
of W x aPT .
dous Il Rg.
tliktldte loot Ir~uhi *r a s. o ul~b R:
#Kod of nplttn'r !tio< ei xa, .... n "
I luNL- IS ..........
.. .. I L .. ....... 1; 4 )
S|oeo. TrixlN-ftN- V t V
Holo v. s1161t.. exaMianation 11 i
Total .... ..... IluW -%
lAh V*rsmat." 'UrrnDtieredt .. a w;
Overdralt ........ .. .. .... 1.M w




W. M. HIoloway. te.e
W. .. Holarr. iwtnl ..
A' W. Tayw. wh w h = -......
A. J. V4Ma1. ImDidenta lp Na. -.
V, RA.Ix. repalrnI. No 3.....
J. II, JIrlas, alliktlarv rowk No I...
T. J. Smith, Inlkl(. Nr.. .;
T. KF D. UW. No. I
L. IX MIUai, NS' I

AMmIr I I. IN'll. No 1
Mrs. I. V. MoUn. No t.....
n. 1* 1..L. l rrre*ll I ......
Mrs. A. M. 2aiLh. S I
Mmi. J. 3 tIn t1. 1, 1i
W. MV41Sm. o. ,
K. iL .xe>y. No .l
M, C. Mclito'.b. S i
.torlula Miiartin, li'
I P L W t R..Sa a. !... .1i

1 .16
% sin
3 Q

j7 1 5
?S ;;%

.PI tRl

41 5'

.. ..i .. .. C
oRANU moveVsIT PINi.

-. msg M, Fwrom South torWid.
Trlmuwfl Arthurv l. Olas ora slh
40irl6i Oo*t Lln i let home iagei,
fter t brief ollelp l vills to points in
&Nth FlorMsd.
D.ralnl I to abNsa Mr. Ol Ms tlised
I6 PIeleesburI and points on the Wet
'0Nt. "I htav nsevr Ieen the lSik of
AtrIfl and energy in my llcs Is i snow
evidal on the Werit c( t.," hu stid.
'.Theb*rangse movremrnt 1 heiarier tiaim
I have **v l Isfor many yjers-In falot
heavier from this setion than before
tie reT11t freeze. The fruit Is fancy
W4 bright as a rule, and the price. ri-
sltIed by the growers 1 enough It)
make thle owner of In iranie grove
twl go.. tall overi
Ir1. Ulass ilt"i tha the orlsmgt
vror prs not only t bslIn prolltoly
sod brtdging In lroat deal of money,
bIt otherlb opl have been blood, the
fletorles and mills are running on IUl
,tim, ald the country generally le in a
.promperoua *stt.
Revolution imminent.

Anf'l tnou 3 f ao foormf or
tro,~', ~l,,' uJrs or a bta llvc Malarl
,I.w. oMvrtLk you. Do'it riok it and iab
,on' I LtL cit.l, IcrqazllufruL--bwuw i alA a

9 ll tl"r I n oI me

th Orndlittvo ornspmui plr/ut eutS
liver 1il4 m rM la o
w w-ls o Mi.
WU IT Sc 1ar.a
a-, aw Salt 0a 3nn


For Bale by Johnrov Brom, Gainesville
.,..... .. .

A Feast For





of all

neks nd
g urodes

Get our


you buy.




Jewelry awllts your iMpoeltlo. You
will wonder as Its vsrielty, is frhbsM
and Its eope. It bristles with sug.
gestious of cornret. "lgvable" thins-
gifts to oit all S t S, tll purs uad
all cirumemanee. Watclhe froy the
datlAy, diminutive llme-plege of aovel
deolin to the Swstsl standard mdXkee.
PaM. Rnl", Brooebes. Eie., Ilkowlae.
Should you osnlsempllte gilt purehu.
in--and during Ihe nixt few weeke
wlio will int I --arop in. OAur goods will
satisfy yu ; so will our prices,
Wito ebr oer e aen Todf.


We buy





Houses and

they are fully





- .. ,....-. -


Agets for Pabst lhwmuoke Ior
Ex'; ror, p r lt*;. 1], .I. $11; per dos. $1.25
Bhl-v ItH b,.. pr b 1). tO Uo, #12; per doz, *1.&5
Jung's CincluatI Rd Heart leer,
l'. r bbl, doi, $9; per doz, 1.
400%llwiowm -- . .. . ."

on the

)pay freight or express charge
followik'g hiquors:
LEWIS 1866, Away Abote Everything in
."the Whisky Line:
4 full quarts ........ 5 oo
1' full quart.... 12 7
BLUM'S MONOGRAM, 10 Years Old:
4 fall quarts........4 4
12 fall quarts .....12 0
EARLY TIMES, Pure Sour Mash Whisky:
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OF CRTY AND N Carter is at Levrrille attend- to the young folks who partlelpaetd. "nnt empleio. U ll
OF" Ul llA DU I ing tl, betidill+eI of his father, who hasu Good malo w a fornlkhed by Thomp. eemberd thlI -thi.b s idee
|m u SPrece:'tly be-en aftlieted with a stroke son's orchestra, sad the evening was Pa1rt111 debOed b ira
N ND N rfasis. It is hopd- that the pe- pased in a most deightful meaner. maotheso. It Mwa. th
iD' tl mayt somn recover. The mnlaerlal for the new sidewalk stoyt ad a hal t"eil
G ea hr M Mr. and res. 3. Q. Peacock and on East Main street. 9, in frn of the Lattlo. d. h in M s..
roak. two "off". Wbes IV Aqwy6lk,
r Oloru In 6Mt Uth. mother of th latter, Mrs. Brewton, Burnett property hau ben played the bWINllgl wiltS e l- t
I by Our Relprters, of, ainlridge. Ga were in rhe aity upon the ground, and work will bol segis m..asl
yesterday from Willieton. Mr. Pea- on the new pavemetl within the -seataxt d sblehlsdla.ww -
cook is a promiitent citizen and sueoo day or two. The material to be used al b t r hsbw e .t.sees n i
AND SOCIAL ITIEMS afs to the biol"ea 601itp of
ae*iful liveryman of Williston, and is Is vitrified brisk of the At quality,
ppnedndWhat I sOlnl C well ktnown in this station. and the work will be filnelass In t l
aeI ad t Is C. Cobb. agent uf the Seaboard every repest. This walk will be a bis J. R. Malphu6 r eI Moatee
srTeld In Short Paragn pha Air Lin*, and Captain L. E. Barker, Improvement over the dilapi4ated a. trading lS the itNy yt@rIl.
"He Who Runs May Read" superintendentt of the Grainesville and fair with whiah -he ti li hIa bas L. 0, Myels of R.eklle wM
Sun. uiul.t have returned from Jacksonville, compelled toI stad for svenrl soeths, rtend lthe BIlwa Ml HOQ r
I's Dauly Sun. where they aippesard before the Flor- and will be appreelatod byt pedsl. OB t HDllsgIw H I*
der.o Alachua was trading ida Italroad (mUnIssion In the inter. tlans. Mtr. Buac s stat, however a b la ti et
ye-l rdath w ofrd their respective roads. that the walk would have been eon. rs. ce Br- t w h as e
vestrdayr. rt edr m o mstimuuemgoI ba Itbena se
rrlish of Hague wan n Captain J. W. (arter of Micsnopy, poslbl tom s mec sime a to brseelal,. a elr' a' ga
st fIo. none of the leading citizens of that Sa lea N lete tesi.
Syeserd ay. town, was in the city yesterday. Cap- r^m at g's D e
ijd Wouderfl salve for se "er n. Ny Julian MoRae of Har wthorn Is in the ha stU e9el, at ed t int
S o e w wsho has been quite li for several city, with a it ole yesbt e .
Rae of leRee was trans- weeks. Is greatly improved, which will W N. Camp of Oeia is at the Old Fmolale a b.eml l
lIn In this city yesterday. be gratifying interest to the young Br n House. .l _t jllo, rn
aa ofn RHoky Point was man's numerous friends here. L. ry wa in the city from ily fr Mi s y480p9 eterdly.
rbuslnea in this city yes- Mr. and Mrs. I. F. Tillmun of lair. Ifgh Spring yesterday. J. (ity ri lwlotf Alyhs wse a
hniks were among the visitors to this Mrs. J. M. Hanoock of Artier was the visio to i bll et ysterd
le Hill is spending g few city yesterday. ir. M Titlman Is t press shopping In the oity yesterdol paid The Sum an agreeable arll
Gntly with relatives and ent onduotIng a lumber yard at lFalr- M's ,Jones of Palmer made a ewinal hil ubnriPtl Jo.
lohelle. bantks.but in desirous of locathLiDin Msl E.s O. Jonr ot Ple!r mlade a newirl his stberipLlon.I
d of Joph Brook ill this o. i ruible oore n b brief visit to this oy yedrday. For SlN- w Wheeler & W
Ods of Joseph Brooks will this city. If tamuitble SMoret can be COhs. Churehwell of Alachuam wa eewirl machine, 1. o. b. fwitoI
Earn that he is confined to secured he expects to open a grocery Cha.n Churehwel of trAlahua w ie.Aply tth
Ith ftever. iad will bring his family here, uaon th tr in thl eity eter- a Liberty s dw r
is Ninety-Day oats for sale Among the visitors to hli city ye .. Our labor contract vawes posibl
bushel. G. W. Easterlin, trday was H. Robinson of W oaahoota. Justice T. B. Tillie of Waldo wa fro- avsmea to emIple14; Alt
r, Fla. wit a merchant of that progressive village, transa"ting business in this City y loe a thee set asse"k; .per
Irwin, postmaster and mer- Mir. Iobinson is just recovering from trday dred, eash with order, .st
airbanks, was transacting an illinei which has kept him in a W. I, Carter, a merchant of Laf The friends of T1 Bfaenios ll
this city yesterday. trate of connlnement for sevaral days, rosse, ws transanelint business will be gld to Iarn that hi
lyinouth Rook white cock- but hopes in future to be able to at- this city yesterday. ain, ifter as illness ol seial
P. Addes C. W. MoDon- tend the wants of his customers per. Mrs. James Colley of Archer wa in which confined him to his hose.
Point, ia. dl-w. sonllyj. the eity yesterday. She same tosee
hllpi of Roehelle was in -._. IPr. (I. B. Tieon in regard to some den. J. P. Badshaw and M, RBa
terday,having some for a n l work. of Wesboota J. T.- Joe of
n with Dr. Alderman, the A T J. A. atb. othe txtensle brik Po ad R. L. Roakrwr If
wood were sang the visitors to
Mobile, Ala., De 24.119o. manufacturer of Camuprille. was el tolto to
ad of Montbrook, manager l)r. E. W. lHall. t Louis. Mo.--lear amonl the business visitors to this ity ity esrdaw
. Tyler Lumber Company, s.r Having tried different doctors yesterday. W. L,. lodwln of ialrftd, on
etiln business In this city and their remedies for several years E. Milllean tn, IIaval tore opt. M alu eompla o, ny lf ste Wad
Sfor back and kidney trouble,. I found erator of Waldo, accompaled bylt Ma air C ranolnjl usorihes on
r.F. Morgan of Komeo was ~rnthinpg sIeesslful until taking The latIr#sting little o. oH. V. Jr, o re, ws tra.
visitors to this city yester Texas ondar. Hall'se visitor to this eity yetr eity
ry. r sid, heing rapidly cured, the old nnopg t he visitor to thi ity eeer o
Iome on business connect- sajinLg with railroad men Is, "(iGd day. Jerry Weall of Worhfngton Spr
I United States land offlle. bless the inan who invented the Pull. F; 8. O(Jteen of Micanopy a member w amoal g the vi itors 1t th Ui
brlef visit to this of on titan sleReing car." but I say." of the firm of Osteen & Herrin. mamu. rriday. HoI, a member 6f ethe
blrsf v' to thisthI e inventor oi hlls l' Teas o te fn of O-tee .. Herri. man... aWello.rid. ow I,. aoemborr the
ha. (lassett of Bell. one of\ ler. ntor o is trIJr ottrer or naval storr. was a bai. o
mive farmers of the West W. i. Cl.AK, nels visitor to this oty yesterday ad alton fotl and spriags.
med to his home yesterday. I & I. 1-: II'o.. o. Mobile, Ala. registered at she Brown House. When you want a pleasant pure
SH. C. Denton and Joseph A E S W Naptalin ad .n. J. F. P. Johnston Tblry embtleys tom& h tad
Spending a fw days de- A AS WONDR. have returned from a pleasant vislt to produea no niapr iaslping or
rith Mr. and Mrs. John W'. )i t small bottle of the Texas Won- relatives at Daytona. Mrs. Johnston dl eareable elfeet. For uloe by
SHamilton. White Springs. der, Hall's ireat Discovery, cures all is now at Waldo, where she is vsltling druggltBs.
d Samuel Hodge. t*o pro- kidney aid bladder trouble, removes her sister, Mrs. Alex Morrison. Little Migs llo.rtha Andrews depa
Pmers of the Newberry see- grdvel. cures diabetes. seminal vmi- Among the visitors to this city yes. yesterday fur Wade, where she wll
la the $ity Jesterday tand stion,. weak and lame baekt, rheumna- terday was Perry o kimsey of Wae. the guest of Mrs. lred elahardl
helr *.iuim,.s.ll...n i i. tissm and all irregularities of the kid* a..... ..m ..... .. ----., ._. a few dair. Iriendsa f Mn. R

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Amont the pmla0t timers tO
thie eityl ytrday rws HIos J. N. 0.
Stoekton of Jaekemvilll, who wasn o
route home frnm n Levy o(unt. MrW
Stookionis Is ,fli of the dfestevd san.
didates for Itl. Unll 1ie biStates lene,
but hould feIl contplinmitled Ia tlts
*naouraltua race, being sarond in ltl
lead. His friends here were Rl!id to
see him iuulij.
Arn r.g t. tl vJA(itor4 to this eity yes.
terdsj aso W. A. btaloklatd of Palr
die., one of the leading anrmers of
that section. Mr. Otriekland msade
something lon than al nesoay*sh bar.
reln of fline syrp this season, and pro-
po*s to "oonlrol" the market with
Ihis product. He will not plrse his
syrup upon tbp market for a few
weeks, however.
The numerous friends of Mr. and
earn that their daughter, Misst Or.
ells, who was reently operated upon
for appendiotlle, has uufeliently reor-
*rod to be removed to her home. This
younk lady hau many friends who will
also bew lad to hear of her good fore
-tune, and will be delighted to ltetl
her n a few days.
Deputy Sherilf J. H. GOeaer depart
ed yesterday for Platka, where he
I wnt to suk lato euvaody a negro, Jo-
as Jones, who wu arrlted is that
city by Sheriff Howell upon a charge
of aSulS iand bltery, Sommltltd In
this county. The aras was n44
upon irtsrntions and deseription fur-
alneid the althodlieof Putaam eona
ty by the oSelabs of Alaehua.
The "DDay Befom Olub," a n sure
gatloA of og Whbo full of Imn, *to.,
have orgaised srhemeles i tro ll
here for oWal puarpoe, uSd t fin
fueionil wau given a there arory
Wednesday eovolan. Thk was in the
form of a daem, whioh was gsn Iolap
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meohanieal depatrltmn of the Atanl "i 8 4
Coast Line, id hbolds a Ihmn pve. ftP
ilton. He l well pleased OilnssGai. II g(
vllle, and lbi Joyrd bihi "reotnl bi htO i
tbe friends of hit brother tAd lauli. sI pii*
The friends of Mrs. Ida Smlth t
Mealtosh, who h been oallleed withL i
eeknr at the IhoI of her sine8,
Mrs. J. S. Bodford, la this eity, J01
be xartied at the laforalos tbip Iw
sehe* npidly improvrig. The *sp hI.
proved very bemlseAl jo tI ptllest. .
and I st o xpetd O W -d wwll rbe. e
bled so or upoN tIr suo ta a
few dayle. 8 i
W. orm f Of Jakmrfullk, al0 *0
ogaoisor of t sevmo We, *dt
lbs wor, hu emtf 4 f w
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Iaim -a ImstwsUMia seod5 Wgt
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Paradie mud Il(rsneVlle, e1 tIr hs ll w Woei
ont vsit to Mrs. T. J wearlato mfve rn

Mr. lBorke' old friends ar delighted VIMiblw '
to weleomne lier again, le gt Sl
W, U. Campbellt,'l auerewrf rFrm#er Major W.
of the Alaehus section, was imoun the tflo KeftL
tiltors to this oity yeterdy. Mr, polati, w. 1 m
Csmpb>ll states that thisI sewas b S d. poA
barve-std three hundred bushels of 0s44 tU'
Sweet poletolS from eone Mr, whetob k (l IN 1 M0
a reoord-breaker. He sabo medme gaoo4 PIWd tI d i
erol o of orn, sugar sane, ete. All e0
Among the visitors to this oily 0. Bot M
A. 8trekers of jtoeky Man;, 3N.0., bl,.
who is here on vitrl to hi. bsraba The0o
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welm*, Dwaber -The L.adii'l
AidM oele of 9bh Mitehodtt ohart
will llfes besiarlpd supper Ias sh
bTow Hall On Dee, IS. The besa
will eoamemo e a t S p m. d copper
tIl p. Rveryo is e or lallyi S*
,vlSd to atmed b4d buy their Onrils.
,prs ts h .L ad mty
sru opper.
i H. Woturd -d daolghler, i M
0i04t u, were n o from GOa)lmlille
on urddsyl, sad m-e glad to mset
mrany 41 helr od trkendi.
Now regjstelred at the Hurtmal
HowoM we Mr. and Mr. O. P. KInrills,
Un.,, Akrrmam tand Mrs*. W 0.
1M11 ,' oof Patnom, N. J. Other
uia are Mr.R and Mrs. J. A. RIm.
mel lAnd MlI S Mary Rebe., Mupeh
O1onb Pa., and ir. W3qrl, Tr*nton.
Mrs.H, Stton hasbu returned from
Mr. sid Mrsl. 1on oward re r
Joleltl over the arrival of a dae girl
baby on MUondy.
.E Year and family have wanted
the Boortd qottre apd will more there
On seoue a of ohlme t ratni *nh.
dole n tbh i. board Air Line, betiln-
nlu IlDeem r Ik th e mall will silve
Melvro. at i., leated of 8 o'eloek
There Is No Furter Doubt at That
O C atMe Here.
oNrletkwithau dllg varlo romon of
the oxbstes of a "Before Day Club"
la this tlpy whleh have bees oonBtm-
dkied bern+ore. The Bon l lan a po.
alJotin o statr that mu0h a club rally
xeto., sad lthat I4 esU Endel. Jr.. is,
prmlden of the oqalurin too It ist s
melt. orgtalu slon, uad bu assumd so
eAd of trouble ad anaoyare to mua
diteslts, eS be proves by Malas
a~Am' a a a Ia _., a a l.

hln.y, p-m ,, a ,u mus. .. Joua. J. a. maTemm
oB; O No" Mese Edo eltela J. i. Gerald, Con
1,VilrwrD W duster Dill tad oeher wr ha I bee
Id e e, a raseet by m member o the elub as
nii wl, 'early e otMI hoers.
SISu, s Ba na w T d taS the elub Is nor
gy V~Mll, e Il Slite operation at proeens, bu
0tha there I an Arots sto lsreasse th
ser made membership, whLh promles to be of
,atr i I r o ltfeetvr. Thee are several applied,
S Wad e iU*tllo with l eso, snd before a tret while the
stlub will be considerably strenbthened

iW Ap. Commercial Department of East Ftort
.-. a Semhry is Propering.
.0" Or*men Coempany Thsldeplartmnt Is eajoinlg an ua,
& Al0tem lina m peSWodested nIdyearol prosperity. There
B4 tr fjU, baft idie at M% ,s5 appS M ac tive business commulsy.
of..s v ., i e lij e Thirtyleven are taktag the reglula
0.4,1 .061T AWLlOL oommerclal oarse, seventeen are tak
l. 'itii ah, wthlh are ade nlgl the Isteographi an d typewriting
S...i .u iii .kt n. work .ad twelveare taking telegraphy
Si. Wha bi sething to wheb It will well repay a visit to this de
SbLe eem a-Si; bt Inampuinh ptnmea during the businele practice
rihj f e._-- bala go isep, tle period from 10%45 to 12 Al'O ee the
.h _. la to slpli lek body of st udlents slrenously engage
ndSe s'el be.eten plati iad pl a t ealNtag ll forms of bmuinmea
B a hbeuglag, sillag, paying seounal malk.
i Ih itlIa is n a td a o ,mI n ag depoeite, giving mortgages ard
0 bee fle4 s h tem ead a*t eideam exeenilag all forms of basimes papen
l. DesWo p I od eei During the coming week Codes
WPuK^I l nubt h seep y Sl A will t lferzn da will be osehier of (he
t7e 1h M n. UId Onk Pwit, beask, assisted by Cadet W. U. raan
p1 s .1mt tke bes 601WnW Is United Stale Land Oice Report.
dh, 0e ab l a bril~lsassad Chief Clerk Lymob of the United
Ii l Staitesl land oleffi ha furnished the
Ow oE1 Sdmeto1- w ill be nomf* .llwlrepor of busine transac
e i k t spimid a g ot Gr ir ad 1i that oI e for the month of No
Su.1t adet owoi IS lvwork. member, which shows creditably witl
t. I i mai* work. 'the business of the same period lul
",s Ase ept e!! ld a Cal. Jear:
I Ite t t YS v. Mr. oop r, .125 homestead entries, 14,86.56
li the' Da diviewhohasbe living e res; 50 final homestead entries
tie a d i,1e0 wlh he ah l livingla ,t16.l1 asevem; 19 M. B. land warrants
SOale srt, after Oak avee, hu ,lTere0 eas e
I Skl aepc i r e^ i j o ares w ; two lnd. oshool selections, 1,44
CiT fmed a uqeluall I* CjwOhtW a stleslW ; one lgricaultur college scrip
Si Olan eptsw soon to make his 11 oare; is x timber and stone lan
d pranuael a st m there. Mr. Cooper *nrtles*.
dIiw ^ e foj l ome tlime in(a charge of the.,rdf ThnL..
-i pti s cbn as Live Oak, and a Cardf Thanks.
a it id to be aU eloqtuet speaker and The EarneLt Workenr' Soiety of thi
S, estate worwr a lateal month a go Presbyerian chureb desire to extend
he dwiMd to eater the vesagellstle thankl to all who to kindly lseied is
M, nld moed wilh his family to their oyster supper and booth enter
ii7l natt ill,. lHaltm become ired lf al aiment on Frday evening. The so
I thl. heowe r, he a epted the jell in elestyeepeoally deiret to thank Mrs
I St4e outh OIla. White the Itglaed of J. M. Brooks fo the fre e** of the
MrCa" ad Obw lly nrert ve ry store 'cnl n b the ontl inmlen
Inlwr Nil 0 iP kli uwar Mllnlt held. Aboot l100 war realised
Wh: meek Oe loe theim as 1 .dent of w l-ahi will be smieletn to pay the In.
la wies illGle, they wish them and's rsrasee ow the ainaue ad a portiUo o
i* bleWal Ii their ew home the masse debt.
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ito u feor himself or,'meh id rle. tis tgf-n'. ,s't. it$meg
i.,r i h buyit1 .'jitlhll g srt*srave bler Treat ),,r.,lI or o i
Alitliluty t
Hand-madlu ad glarantced. l'ri,,e will sornlie (se ln. umn g
mo e haJW you throRIghi my wa*r orunnli.
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Two Handsome "@oll Plps Qnt to 0.
Z. Orawferd by Wrestrn Pnds.
U. Z. .Orawrfod of this y,- w'ry I
partilculrly fond of dbip., Ii N s 44
over the posseriton of a pair of tinH
bull pOpe, wh0hb were rcenlved by e*-
press rrlday from, friend In ndi&as.
)Ir. Crawford Is naturally proud ot
his new rlmeu*r,':se. T-ny .werei *eCts
and admir.*fl by ioanr bil*lortni'l at
the tx.rea utie**s uevfore being deilv*
ered, aiJd mInIgy efrivloul thoughts no
dost; imentd r the minds of dur aId.
mirers sC t:I. ltltle animalsrb roudly
stared at the serious "*peepen" Into
the box in which they wo eeoflne.
The pups tre very valuable, btingj
far superior to the ordinary treed.
They wvee sired from Prinee Sliinlrekl
and Nannli L. two de r while harv
pe+llWes worth framlne, and ahich
re valued at $800 and $D0 vlspictive.
ly. They promilm to be loyal Iriend,
and fnir-elsr "ilrsppei5r when thej
reah the age of maturity.

election of OMouer.
thera was ao inlermtlai meroting of
Coolfi Ktaekah Lodge No. 2, I. 0. 0.
P., at the lodge room Friday evening,
The meeting was largely attended,
owigl to the *mI*annual eleotiom of
officers, and a irea deal of intlrell
was maniteted.
The offloer slated for 'the ensulng
tern were as follows
lUiss ertrude M. Ceohmrn, N. (i ;
Mrs lI. fi. dward., 0 (.; Msl Nset.
tie Rlobb, saorlary; M r. W. H
Draeger, teaeurer.
The lodge is now la a most prosper.
ous condition,- and Is aluinln il mewm.
bership every meeting. ll Mlaud
Shutt, who for the past term has
proved a most eompetent officer, has
alo been quite popular, with the re.
Sult that te membetrhip has in.
oreased. Mlic Cushman ise leo an en.
thutlastle memberor the Rebekah de-
gree, and will no doubt saetomplish a
Rreat deal before her tera has ex-
Schedule Will Change.
A schedule on the Atlanti Coast
Line, l etersburg division, will be
laungo ted on the Ilth inst.,whioh
will m rially, improve She service on
this fvis n. 4 night train )ntwoeuh
aokso h Til and ~t. P tenburg will be
added, wh wil urnish a double
daily service between the twopoiont.
The train will lrave Jaeksonvilie about
B o'olook in the evenlnR and St.P e.
tersburl about o'clock. arrTivlng at
dt. Petrburg at 8 o'oloek a. a. Iand
JaMksonville about 7 o'eloek-a. m., re.
This service, whleh is Inaugurated
every wiMter. Is a big help in mo-ing
the heavy express and passenger traf.
fie, which is congested on the Wetc
Ooaet in the winter season.

Ieautlful Y<&,y t nanhu
Overcrca .y C,. .pr,
lavant h ttib. i ;j.-- _,
beth W ai i. .-0 1.
ter (if .\Al.. CL. \I, nu., .
life ce .'nt:.l y : i .
dence (on ( '1, t i, ; :
Their yunIig i :.il4 o
heen IN t, e Wt"
room :i th ;. ..
down, aIs -' : l i la
of hb alth fur (i I ,,; .
At Ib e isppi r h. ..1 o
to BrVHtIh< l^e'^. ;. .
Itade that (h n.o; v.. r,.:l
Miss We, i4,.,a 4 i... ,,., ,m
lned. A p hy .t u \ lA4 ha l
odnled, but 1-v, was uniabl. t li
tate the yoniig lady.
Th:s bCerv vi c'I 11 tV:-C Wl
family fWi \ ir* it uon
Abuni N'x ,r,,:e i .. \ t. P
,Walti'* I,': I (C,I* h rbu ntil
elde'r .l!., V. ;. .4 rr, '.hU ha
to marry wlith:; lhi. next t
waS killed while gitttlig tff a

Woman Pound Dead,
A1tlatlc City, N. .J., Dec.
body covered v.:tla brites,
blackened, her arms tightly 4
her cbeet and seu:na!i i altlre
Mary O'Hlra. of Soiuth Atl
forad dead by two women who
ell on her at her home. '1%.
woman was a well known e
and her husband. William 0'
now In jall, having been arrest
ral days aco chargPd with .
saloon. The police bellkve the
received her bruises while in
but they are Inventigatein c the
ory that she might have oben
ed. O'Hara's do(kfollowed hil b
and bhs remalued on th ste p
11Ne, whining pitcortuly.

Temperance Workcrs Elect
Phlladellphi. Dee. W.- The N
WomLa's Christian Tempcrance
today re-eected the general
for another year. Tnhe ffcers ar
Lilllan M. N. Stevens. 1"rillaan4i
president: Miss Anna A. (ard oa
Easton. Ill., vice prohillrnt at
Mrs. Stlaana M. D. Frey.
Ill., correponding secretary;
Clara C. Hoffman, Lt. MLoi. Mo
cording eretary: Mrs. Frands
BIeauchJmp, IxlKestRo,. Ky.. a
recording secretary; :~mrw. tHele
toa Barker, Evantcon, Itl., trCesuWS.

Cold Wave Ii N r'v. !,t.
Chlcrwf, Dec <'.,';r ..
with the fBrt .snowf\iLl :. 'I
the weather bureau tire rc;p r
a cold wave In the north v'et 1i
creatal tin Intensity, Tern teoP
tore prevlllng in North Dakota
RIot.ll' Snow is general tho
out the fbrtbern Uer of satas.

Felton Exonerated by Coroner'e J
LLURIE STIE END New York. tDc. --S.ic'nrt A
TEL- LURIDEl ENDED. ton. the Rambler who Pho Gu (i
W trn PFederation D Meclars Mint waothes, g:nhler. In a c. ,ll h
Own'rl Conceded Demands. tlon of Broadway Thailtksgiatrig C
TTelur!de. Colo. Dee. 3--oEth mlrm in. was exonerated torlsk tI~ ca
owners and non ul mners are rej)io r's Jury, which decided hatl r' l i.
laS over the action of the D)lstrtit A! d la selrdefense. Hte was remadl
sers Associatiot Is ending the trik baclk to the Tombs. however, a hte
i tis disattilt 1., If Preldent Charles II. Moy. dr I the firet degree.
or, of the Weterm Federation of I
I5re, has made the followlan state Why Not Learn to 8peak SpaniWsh
Shave alled the strik o i You n rn leeur, a copy of the -B<
wI take the Poston tha t the caur edit1n o01 booklet entitled, "What V
lavoirte hare btee conch b the sf Iam ln Spantih and How to ty It."
atam owner a onoperators is the Tel Ledi' wo ens in pctge to W.
ILlk te T lh., di eoios r ent, i m
lunrrldlel dttrt itht thyr c l lrnie Coat Lne railroad, oaa
2k 1 t ey4 wald rat an hour
work day. both tr tbeipr mill* &ad
nAmalimp ikA a 1MO In. %L VB 1k 4 4P ATr9





IS T U: DECMEBER 6, 11104
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1 -''r,4 4-.--._,ir~Fir~
W i : "W auoosu srut. .
t *qbrcb'e L4 Qnt seven Head,
' f f atlre Into.ute Ois C uba.
l0. iMena thippems or sttul from
wiiebie to OCub by A o mn. a
i bwYe regtarikbli *euns ful, so.
dling leotter rrmwialyp relayed by u r it
r ",m~Ot b #rg from I. tla Un, d,
ttb8wipsd the shipment siad
M te s@noPISpl *uprvllos of lthe
1?L S I 4, write Mr. n M modern Sc
tp t 'iI of seoteoiismet of three hflun'
Sm plOfty head f eo ttle, only A S
#Pm we''W a Owing to ihe Chemists AstonisF
~ I4r 4)sle of the ear. ftive
s o 6ftapled to death on route to
1 If"tpL s thwi i overboard and ..
0 diowlsed lg 4 4 tlhe transter to Rveryone remernbrs the 4iuliphl
i' lip, SIe died Ifrom InDarles- rft doe, but itt did you gttod. iut :
wo94 n0o U. ian, lMd two went oer*- because very little of it could get
S it Zf. w e do wld d4urae the chemist lias found a way to littitif)
it isho Isremer to tiu th hore stantly absorbed by the skill and
aSr vo w't1 at0led with the o
eaM,' macltke4 lMr See*nbiurvg fllAU
M' n r DD ld di1d well, and I
nI4 ti IM very SmSall one, NANCOCK I
ei AsoLtoa, u number of battle
Pw sylpld SO6 ail."' Jut think of it I Chemists
slibrg epesM to I make an* alphar-..4neds sulphur. Sulphur if
IW liot Of 4Itle *o Cobs In a dlaea. ins destroyed. Hancock 's ]
bif, lh a le tI nw blls horM s s Blood and Skin Disease.
IH 1I n d ** *e so *o*ufll
eW ii s s0h"d he wiltl 64t* lltnik L411qu1d HriutuVr (o,
*.M kbb lCtltorle Me.
(Jentleman:-- wi *h to tast ify
.SLSU LTS., USR?, M K I <,.S b ., k.,< I
aAuQ* I t 4 mf urlnl eld nary Oiter
EBi~aW i.' : *t- ;*l:-i~~iii~~iii~~i L Ir ll Im i r tf l mhld Yallljrbi
W=bof10j* a 'S1 W atr In I1n"y 'anda
10W40411Lr'Wd 6060Id li O|,t
BCMt iiia C MMl J it IsO i me ylllm wtu ,,rt r lrin. So n.ul
Hmk.MiR toe yhsnAnds improed

*,ar' ssv MI j a H.LX Wke, ilW ro oao.:olao unil ,a atm ien.
SlBeks eC ur twhmrleron umdnvI.hI.
Siril. 'erl rIPw t I la u li Iai ic ud youry'.L
*P bli, .n! c a lnmmo vae, I5h lp1hur ee14
t it htas W Ie tor sore sned lteder eIet and f
AwlMIi lloe Weems, a fatamp
o -aNCorrs "
B^BlK^BHBIKH~i~fc'.^WP:^^'S 14^ *-*~v ^

hetie'r weeeivlag
bt wItshe of
s Ithe I o'6elok
, oa y,
IS M % their G

r wseded
, whem

by 0ol.
anele of

-. *.i. -

' ltoibes MartIled.
nbsn4p h.***a Iaqd am.
4%* Wpfreehlg marriage of
pInh WmI Lsbwk sud Nean*
i MS th*e h.lnt of lai Im-
4apgl Jalloavll e eI
il l WedaiSday, DnImber
*,krru ho 'r~ ; r

.i e is wel Al knows La this
9to a.i reidtd tfor many
l M J aul fri*ds will
irwwi 4tfotl bum *m ed son*
......... u... I.
MWthles. D Careful
orf yeaur childmn. Look
:l' 0ld9i m roa p and
!ieIl-A IB+tp emthmA In slm"O-
SL O' areei Ii the beet
LA.., sidl plem i,.

SaRI11179" 1 a WWWn

or: S udd e-. Deaths.
pwaMhiagIn this

leat falure or
so le yreo ftn FULL LINE OF
.t -l lt of kid-
aIlioeto vancew
tlsek .duey.pmon,
el |.bloom 'will at-
Scausiigt catarrh of Irass aitteatic to all matters I
l..h,. ,s tat vo e SWl kidye atihesb L I.N Nllm and teletralph orders
'iBB BEu n t itoni away ceull t y cell.
OWNM 4r tweble. almot alwavI mutt nrply atteeded to.,
I to dwamnIt of the kidneys and
a s ae4 quickest by a proper
t tofteekklys.y Ifiyouarefcl- I .
j fyne.can umake no mistake by Oaineeville,F lorida
M -I. Klltr's SArmp*RtMt, the
le y, liver antd ilIdwt renmely. -
W Slity to hold urine and ci
"-".'Kiami's ""fl ot saot

PtIu in passing it and over- I
.t. ,pi tm apl t nece sity of being
..... ed to in** often throu h the day,
Sid ma the extsunI ery Powder and Shells.
of Swm ARoot is soou reallzeL.
SSi1 ta tisa tie hlbt for its womlerful
mTlSe tne oatressing cas. T
SfI rw pooisl pleast to take lawls IFOR
Wt omd all drIgvlutis In ifty.cent mand SALE (t EXXCHHANUl.
SI.wedr ie bottleso. toun may have
#mph ttotle this wonderful new dii-
bathm tfreebym. Addt I ad will bot r
_+'erilrrtirc P"2!".. y !- .... .. ul r::, !!:rlmtrr

Abtracts of Title and full information furnished regarding land Il Our manager has lived In this eountyl hirty years Lau
is thoroughly oouveran with land title.

E. E.W'VO"rLE,
noting a number of prominent Ameirian and English compnnities
GFala T1 n --4 1 ate r t IsrmIsc

1f I frr the reality Falli ad Winter a heole aet o1 or ed awd r ifted
( IPECA TREEN of the staidardnl aritle., sur hai e a girn rrdonl be
'ibd them. Ale FPralt Onmrsaruetls, Er. Cataste"s sad "Giuldr t
Cltf"l Irr re. m t g 2 a
GAI1' IR8SRRIa, *IH. GRAVES, Proprietr, G CllAM ilg, lL

c ItIL Bids Wanted.
Notle Ie here thes atl firr weeksarter dd l.
the iirst publeiktton biofr. Lwit: On thle lotb Bid are Invtird br the Iloard f
damyof locfmber.lW^ aB furdiieof lb 1
iuy. 1ISt o1e t lr. t auualmno flo.ra County Commigloners of A1lch11:1
Knnedy,. will al Iv to t county judgre of ,l of
A Iutua county. l oriMi. n an order tiocll Cunty for the lSettles of two ro
.l o (,h rlhht. tileuai ln tt tr he ld overwsers for the ensuing year. Bidi
to.A: t e N4 o-ein or a nd o t must be handed to the clerk of the elrf
t ^ '1r) W it: 111)0 N % I e n l o f .14 11. Tt' 7,i
10 %111 iiWiV of Ne of- Ne," '. mi t ourl not 'later lhan Mnndayl,
ft i*,~ .1 ,,-a K deI o r h S k Se'A .a.. .,. lrD member t,. 19. Th) bharJd rer,.rtesl
Ni v I.-. i i iurlStian or IIr. t th right to reject any and all bidl*
-*. -. llu m I 't.'. Done ihy order of the board this IS
.- lR dty of Nuveumber. 109 .
CHARGES SMITI Att T. F,.Tn I. Chairman
Palatka, Fla. -- I ro Cl"r" .
unttr RyO XXX....... .. ~ ...... I A attI hy irinrte of an ex~r4Iltioii1 Isi
XXtRXX ........ o.... .... .. r, Nov e lmbm r. A, 1 1i 4. .U". i
2. ( ii *(l tpi ttl Coul rt ar 4 th r hit. Jl l'tal. j
Gold MW dal, .. I Xto '2 tt I W.St :e :: ri....A iI. 'M .1 l A .
Old Baker... .... .... ..... 'e h" ua """' unt" .a oe rtln .rt lo. reMI .' tdi
Royal heal k. :. Il...... ....% 4 i d's 4''t i'lw ity Klllariem .itr
fl wl 'W ..... '. .... ... .. 4 : uk d n .dn. U '" ,,Vl e re I hall ,R' ot
.f? wls *- fl '. 1:U m m IN I -I br r Ic) l 1 bIro hie h10l1 4-lid
Corn Whitskt7 .......... 1 to 8 w h l't bthler here lrr. for rsh. Iefoipr to
i 4 hOU e dour in tin t h 'ely r a(n.0 iall n q. I
G(in ........... ,... ...... I0 to 4 .i l t' O'uAlab t Oa t do r in thit o I ti e ; r*I* IIUII Il* l Case toods at lowest prices. Extrt ytiMer A p. 1J the i, beltt h eu~ ; ,c i
eharge for jugs: Si-gal, 0h; I-gal-. m 'l dun the lea.'. t I kotr, ot f r j alI tt I
oe; 2-al., 'c.. le will allow price *-tIuW aiuiitWd I. hl,-A *,,bt
ehsla d for JUrisOreturned to us. it: ofl ur dra, s..d d'crt .,iAA a m1Irn '-. i
Gomds bo t deid. -1wB a Ni neteen I of t.i ACtddtiu to
L 'It, orf til(nl lite.INr i h MA l T YI iW Iin Sr<
uts Ni-ne.t "* .wt'l~l n rww p n uth. Rlh.ite TwW ,
tyt a.q t ,tn a d aim the tRolrlinlt decrbed l lrein ltt f' r
eelof lad l d4eA a beI r t frollNowm t. Ito I
_" SIn. .ton Ninie lw, Tow billm Ten ,
South KRane Tweltyr (iA) rl.t lre r 10i
stake h whlsb I )lM.a+elL the NI rth" ct ,IeT, I!
.nero tlyotl tnet n s Vfltbh'n AdrIll"'n IIt'I
Ki m.t e_ .If ""i i e tla th il)3 thence 's n Itn : Nf -1I'
sa.t*ro rq, vi r.y'*a ei' t IN-$,*rc,. i.. 1a. (1'1 fe l
abs. t.-awi.. .....L.. Sta rs t.~.. & C

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amanilAon Will be Held

Three Candidates Initiated Into Raik
of Esquire Tuesday Night.
e r s That tie order of Kiigits of I'yth.
as *i is twoml niug me IIpulr in
1,lill.i ll w W A ,1

.W ..... .. "". -- -V110- %a"nes mie rery Bl ay Id 1'vHiV,1.-Il Ir
omber 13. r lltrd colds, bronchlis, tiei fui that a 4ii> clity (I Iirw uiiAt
s thm, cmb. lr 1 oth ad coug l ri) t, majority tif ~AhI nAre youig
SMPORTANT OCCASION kinds, ou cannot take any- Slt a na1itiiiUs f-loww, a, bing rr.
i thig better than Ayer's ait',rd inio ishe odrdr at every I *,,t.
ing. The order is reenogized as our of
Comprising Three Coun C h erry r t n t i l til
Sh e thrryuntur 3 ULIUl( Hitit III t);tr
Wi be i Rpresented, and Prom-.orld, at its tl s nd Iisons ar
Ki4ahtS From Every Section f e c o r a I on 1.,uIrly tvtl bl. o th, j,.i u
P e colra WtI be on r rn jt be
ill e itnt Co .iu. Cherry Pectoral. Ask your i.mig his bU.inur. earer. There
fl pirlet. Kni t f l iytl. own doctor If this is not so. t a "H iy 1ing1 whi e 1 1 "la
i held ilI > ount H. uses It. He understands learn: h. wil never forget. and wl i
o, bl. nthis city T.r1,s y a-. why It soothes and heals. ill prove poetibly of great .ahle to
S210 hd a treinrr lltbl eIt l r tough flor wseelkso. Trh i hlli ii lLeConllgl identified with the
apd eveein.g, IOeiit wr look Ayer Ciierr Persynr. anud ilnt uvs business world Aiide. from tls the
sIMS pearstionl are beiuig imdn a Cu FlfTS.t. Jt. ,eph, t h. frattrrnal b .leut o tth otder are
he ep ntertain entr ot 1 visiting n -"I. 11 AJ. r* T... soniethugf of whieh amay young man
o .I ,,ii..., for ARR ""n".
sKpon trills ocCt|iol. f or j would feel proud, and which he will
L iodg4 Oomprising District. Coui hs Colds lpria iii e 11irt in whch it is
; firsh Disvtrict comprises ll administered and taught to him.
Il the oultlies of Brcittifrd, I At the last nitetlli of 'Mount Ver.
Ir owa wIt hasten mvreovt b tao
; 1aMd Alacbus, as fellow: rtarke. tnl one of Ayor's Pills *f tilme nfon odge No. -t. which was hld
Buler, Waldo, Aachun. Ne- Tuesday evening, there were three
SHigh prlng ai .'vil SYaRUP nMKING IN ORDER. didaltes wi received their work
Im opy, Arlher a Jnd ronP M G IN O R. in the Itank of Esquire. They all
|' yM0 lodgeS will send delegateI thi Farmers MAde Good Cane Craps, learned a 'thing or two," and It is
i| lI Onvention, and there will "o, and Now Busy at the Mills. needless to add that thry will not for-
gelW n in i t idera of their i r ate,
b4 bemsnany visiting Knights. .A T sj 7i1y of tie Cutton crop lltlath hnd of thi livs k the .
: kllrof the most prominent i mem. i vi, brevi qath.erd.. th. farmers Iinderof teir
IOrf the order in the S tat, iuclud- thiro,,lout the county are *iow busily The order i, growing rapidly here, a
SOren d Chancellor Hallmark, will n ed I naki.i syrl, from t larae umber of new names having
ee, ln l all a rdannd i be- roli can patches, which. sl fn ai been added to thq memberships within
M aoetlg ll antia ipated. :re. have grow and borne prolillely.he pat ear.
tM first and only district ineeti.g It is etim d tta t l ihe production of Beware of Counterets.
tle Firth Iistriis yet held was the rru.. Which is 1 1A of the standard f oun
m'. atloi in this Oity on August 9, outputs of the farmn. will be greater in DeWitt' the only geoui
,r proved a most entertaining affair. .lhu couty ti iei thn r Witch Hael S e," writ J. L.
addell4 were made on the atlny yiar, since she conditions Tucker o( Centre, Ala. have used
of the order, work in the ampil- the w,.ather have ien in fn mr fotltly aor piler, rom t and
r k was exemplid, and the ae c Ci tri bhrne for years and ear roeommea4 It
'ifWlom elsed with a ba let. The to be te ra alre on k he t market
MMsIa Knights were so royally enter- with which the farmers hae bn Ervry family should kep Is. as Il s
i:ed that they voted unenimoutly to bleed have ao had tendency to hnvaluabl household remedy, and
Uthe next meeting with Mount inrsed thae iMals in h teormdnf lrgrto should always beltpt on hand for im.
eLM the nextmeeting e wierlth M3lount increase the yield in the forin sd larger mediate use." Mrs. Samuel lag of
SV'a Lodge, and Dectmber 13 was and mor matured alk.. medte u ..Samuel age
as the date.ns North BHsh, X. Y., says: 66I had a
? as the fe. The farmers in vHriou. sretions, hay- fver so on my ankle for twlv
B^ A Onbrkt Drmr i *fTclr sore on my sakle for twelve
A Orawback Remedied. i g gathered their sweet potato and e tt te d n
year that the doctors could oot e4re.
SOe dliwback-which was the only other erops, are now devotiing their All salves and blood remedle proved
s: i-will be remedied at this proposed time alintst exaltuively to the making worthless. I could not walk for over
h eNtting. The lrnt convention was of syrup and sugar. A soon as this is two years. Finally I wal prenuded to
u mesWitd unil evening, with the re order. should the tmpr.relture be sul- eI h has completely ured me. I
; /fUthatit waste "wee sms' hour" ciently low. hog killing will be In a wonderful relief." I eWittis Witeh
Sbelore the proceeding came to a close. murder. 'resent indications show that Hazel Salve cures without leaving a
STUlhmeeting will begin, howervr, in the planters' snxok,-]louses will be sear. Sold by all druggists.
teafternoon,gwhich will entabl the abunbantly su.pol.ed with mnea. which,
m bers to retire at a respeetabie with the abunidant yield of corn and New Winter Visitors.
War I t algtht. the rood prices they re ceived Itr ot -AmiOni the new arrirvls in tbis city
: telt Deputy Randd Chancellorr ton, mean that above all the country. are J (. I. oodnow. f. J. Uoodanow,
.3 Dow will be the preeidiifg uol-. man will be inidelprede'zt fr the com- Mrs. 3abel C. woodman and Miss Ab-
"N. and the following ComintiiLee ing jear. hnor Craigus, who have come from the
hv ben appointed ofr the occasion: Nrthi to spend the winter under Flor.
bps been rppoin~ed fur th,. oea.[ot):
meeal-J. A. A Phifer, J.II. Colsn, RECTOR OF ST. LUKE'S ida*balmysurisrhinro.
SLO. Lynoh, A. iCushilani. o te aving re ad a great deal in refer.
Ashburnham. Ontario, Testifies to the
R Beeption-^ W. L i T. 1 ha. efnce tori t insir-ville and its church and
Good Qualities of Chamber-
e Re.Vaits Halle. a. oo ualis o Chme educational adrantages, this party de.
r' erettl nnt l. aundr., .in's Couh Remedy. ided that Gainesville was one among
R. Eddingn '. Miller. A.liburnhan, ont April lh. lfr3.-I the b--t points in the State. hence prv-
The Pror tiin ii is ut; ri;irt lhat I riiuli tel pared to come here They have rented
The Pro'ram. you what a wIniderful effect C'liamber. ihe l'ls bhorne. 4l W1Vet McCormick
Folllowiag wil be thr? program: ;lain'l Cough itl mtedy hlis produced.. street. where they wilt tbe lobted for
The eonvention will assemble in Tie day E. ter was. so dis- some time. The p.oplu of tiaiuesvllle
'trus wi a ch sad c ou that I extend them a cordial welcome.
OUtie Hall at 2:30 ". in.. l)isrict l)ep- tresd with a cold nnd coppl- that nI andl trust tlat they will he we{l
Sty Grand Chancellor \V. L. Iuw pire. did not think to be abll ti take any i ilcaseld.
.idtya. duties Lhi next day. am my voice was Fight Will be Bitter.
Address of WVeloomni-Dr .1 lnar- almost cthked ty tlihe cough. The
rf Hodege. (ianesvilre. ,se day I received an order frinm you "Jlnh who will permit in elosingo
Respodne to Address of ul ticome- for a bottle of your Cough Remedy. I their ears agailnt theeontiuail rvcnm
randenaion (t Dr. King' New Direov.
Ornad Chancelor e,. i. aillnaark, at once procured a stinple bottle, and ndai or o rpion. l ,inlg' New r seov
ttokkaoatille ed soh ni ie. cry tor Consumnption, will have a long
Itook bout three does the medici. and bitter fight with their" troubles. if
subjects for Discussion. To my great rellef the cough and cold .ot ended earlier bt i thl trominatloo.
"Shal Lodges Pay Compulsory Sick has completely disappeared and I am Read what T. It. IHall of Beall, Mit..
' iaeitsr?"-Dticulsson opened by t ;o, o ble to preach three limes on Easter has to say : "Last fall my wife had
P. Morris, Waldo, and W. II. Alder-. hay. I know that this rapid and el- every symptom of consumption. She

fi. Bronson. festive curerv w"a due to your Cough rt Utn. IUS hs r lw l covrny arter
everything else had failed. Improve-
"fball Lodgre Suspend Members fur KIem.dy. 1 maike this testimnihallI men came at (once and four bottles
VIoa*Paymrnt of )Ile?"--it icuion u, witht sIoluitn tin. being thankful to entirely cured her." Guaranteed by
hasi!ft loid #1lel & (aod-vett retnedly, aannlld $1.u', TrO*
Opened by Ir. Williagm,., utherland, ha' oll duliatr,-. 1'rice 5e ank d S1.rEr Trt-
h ~ r oWt fIlot Iesi
lllh SpringR, snd J. C(. \Wll. Strrke. 1 A 1-.'*.:utir. 1 ,. ot
"Manner of Cornduting tlhe ert-. .e.tor to :- L.!k.'s Ch...rch. --
talel of the Second Itark"-lr .cdul T., hat l :e rl r' I ledi 1 inet ('o. l
oan led by Rv. Joie t' s 1hi, rt,. ,) ,t, r *s e, bly all drug.
S lenged by Rv. JMe D Zl:v4r us. t-ack- t ,,*v.
Mvaille, and 31rCus I'einld i, i;..itio- .
YiUle. Curious Mail Package.
"Shall Any Portiun of the. L. dg Ie h f '. t m-t curioi packages
Luldl be Used to li fray Exwp', e of which har bI)1 re r.e;.,l L.t the,'
Seo lI Entertainment' i'-l)ijs.rioIn )it un'viRlIt, JI,.,-:' i iti fr .''riil y'earsi
Opened by C. F. i ke Bt er.i er, ke k tl lr wa ua,r a',. "a : atrr;vd ii th'
tad L, X. ieare, Alac :ua. %hk fron i,: i's.l, Wed sdy
w Ot1rls ShIld 1 isriet C T the ollt eig t i i gr is w ial 2 na rlnce ,
rne be Held?" -- I)iPeullsioi 'and wat addre~osd tl %laria Willst s.
Q*APhd by Robt. E. IDavis, 4;&aSivillve. a colored woman h re :4v er4l who
ld E. (}. Chitty. 1,eianopy.
0Ez H.e. lhLitn. Nleiof.M.eretsaw the package were impressed and
S Meompliflendon of S.ocrem Work. d Ar la i t4 i.t avt fron .1 the
i*U ernetra Dieusgon. wo l of the endeavors tt th
Otter. wrner, buto rsontmSi. ,an Cream erm
Night Session. e nntiderasti would it du-p her ti ds. er
', tli-ea tio, of Ceremonies in 1 )Is o f i t.
I" ,Li of Ksilht. Amplified I'orm. .I wa I mn-sh aIl.etutl with iciati'a."
ante Hall at W:pr. .writes 1.4 U. Nid Inavie. ?edg- II aufg
At the oanelusion of the ceremonies r N ,
lati boAdge room refreshments will be wic'k 'in. .an 'IiL' aIn:t on
4.i 11d0 during which ',hort addressee er.rtcl;r#o aid Outrrni a, ai al otf jin. W ORM



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Si ld ll. g l'sl hip
I" .lit. oeamn., Dac. .-At
to,- bge la tlhe riggla of th4
i 11 Wts. l CalaI Lee and bhi
.iC I thIe eone.r A4dle Jordanm
* Sake oa by a launch. Thu
rs w l4ebhi Aui d fhem Norfoll,
,to b NVt LAi'. Coa010., with a
f it mioa Ww telt .brook ba
S the *i at T remiltadr ol
tew t ias!d la fety yesterday

A, )MONAY, DEI' BER 5. 1904


so DclnrWd the Attonry Who
i6ed Mrs. Chbdwik.


it al Intimated that One @f *i%"
trys Rieheat Men Camla 9 the R"
Ief of the Weman-lhe Leave News
'Vrlk Pr ClevInlml r ~e Se*uth.
Ite. Yor, Dec. 3,-W-htfe it iha
be oteolally anaon oed tlhat thb
lntm of oe of her largest ereditors-
SthA mo whow .nt brrouLg tbout all
theo pbumoily gives y hwr. VP be Satt*
ila iNt Ell l lw ir. o|U hf tllr
eqry ttled U there lm I IiutamtIaas
SIbteret today la thi ea "of rs
OPMi L, obhadwlck, the Ciueland we.
N whoe Smaslat a srai have t0w
ltabe a rles of ina ~htoa
~prue. Te Ital I Herbert
D Rawtoa. of BrnkItn. Mass.l. to
aMety fW.n,. whiob hm apparently
-MB nsoved from further amaidl
e*ta eorIrdlag to a ilatement el
Mra 'Oadwwok's wasu 6ly as l eldent
I*be bher claims pmedlng are kaowsl
Ito inp gate for haired tho uau4
ilald .r all that they know ipy aggre
Iate hlap ed timeablhi atoant.
This, howe V, Mrs. Chidwtik' at,'
Joarky strongly dales. sa4 they san
at the proper time mabs of those
elalmeant will be ahowa to, be fraud
Itat. The fust. debts wil be met,
they tUlla maintain. and at the sats
ime they make the aaaouQncermoul
that Mrs. Chadwlck will have rslt!ont
left when all her credltora have been

it Chadwtle i 111,t li hber .Iilte
Co ate m it it Ifottallrd hthel, but
she has nmotti the 'managl meit that
ahe will give up her rooms either tot
day or tomorrow.
SIt l believed she will quit the city
tomorrow, when hae will o either to
her home na Clveland and to hbe pr.
ett at the heat'In on an appllcatloi0
for a receiver fr bar property, or el*i
abd will travel south. It 14 unitl that
h-ehas engaged a prIvate car for h'l
journey., Muchl of the popular inter
est In the seLo t.dsay was based up
on antlcpatIon.
I4lIani Paoers. coulnrel for Mrs.
ChAidwdt alll 'today that he dlit nof
exp! l the plrowbird stntemvnwt from!
lrs, Chadwlck will be made pulb!e
beore tonurrow. Mra. Chadwick, It"-
ail,. wnild remain! In Sn w York tinn
til the affair was s(etle'd ai( would
then depart. Just when the scett'le
mnnt with, fr-bt'rt N 'wton ~r,*;i
bB ceferted MLr, Powero wa l.a sable tn?
"Powerful aid 'ha saved the day ft
b or."
T1ls statement was made today Iky
OGcrloe Ryall, of lucal counsel for HI.r-
bert ). Newton. in dliicuiistng the s8t,
ttement fit hlt 'ileat'a clatii asglnti
Mrs. Cbha4wk.
Where Mrn. :badwick obtained the
aid Mr, Ryall 414 tot rtate. hnt It H1
known that shit spent contlderable
time la the Wal street flnanclal 4Iis'
trlet yesterday aad was for several
hours in the otcerl of a firm of stter
neya which fhlqurlntly has actedi at
Irgal repreDentatlves of one of the
ronutry's richest men. ft was Ionxm
after the visit that Mr. Newton's law
,eft antnnollicd t rt she wern' sptis
fled that their cla!m tl"oald be settledd;
Considerable Interest was aroute 1
today y a ustatrmnt credltedl to I
Cleuland attoruey in the ffee thai
Mrs. hrbadwick ltoit large sunRms .
money through hnckrlitshr:
Another statemrnt made In cnnnec


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7Ta Days Bavye Muaath

:n diay,. ii o, L. Mohn
':rt d a4ii thmroah tle l
a tatriiimoalal paper, has.
.9btlbaad aEd gone baek to
i la Ctblrtlad,. nd. bhe ab
i.i atb was led Lntao Oh ma r

tiln with the case today was tl at. a
nnmbew r of years K. lMr. ( rChadwlfr'
blronwel Irqny Mrs. it^h'ey. t!i
glidh woman who dh l' axO. potestb('d of many nlt:ilon diolla'
worth of propertyy in littlburg. It Is
said that nlotle fir yar ni1 amne maM l
by )Mrs. Charts Irk ,'", t i~old l;.I4"'
IMrs. cheirays'T paf 'i aflSr her ,'lea..

mUaY PAist~ItV l 1iPt tXm'7LQ i.


IWO -.w I -9'


*3., weeping grlt; until, seeing then ua,
The total diabursem.nts to that datl no. nmpthby In the faces about hit
were 1.418,024, and the receipts S312, he lowered bis eyes, and muittertd:
97. making the nte cost $OO .037, lo "ghe's It the wron man; It wafn'T
which $189.4;3 is covered by an 1 allot *."
meat from the olnu)lana Purchase ex Mr. bonyer sprang at the nro, but
poiltlon funds, reducing the at ot t as c by the outstrethed armo
the PhillppInes to the AfgLire named. one of the oftmcerh.
Willt $60,000 to Faithful Servant.
Wheeltul; W. Va.. Dec. L--Ppr her JOSEPH LITER INDICTED.
faithful seven yrars' service in th e
New York home of the late Cbarle. i_ There I1 Stj11l Muh Trounle at Hlr
Hoyt, MMss ttirtrude Tannuebll, of t;,i Illnihi Mines.
city, has been left 10,00,. Etxi. Zegtler. r1l., D1. t.-- chanin o
year ago Hoyt was itrickn with a shots. ,h emngly In connectira witli
nervoun collapse, and aisce then M l JoA ph matter' *ttrnpt a etntall na,-
Tannehill manarn<) hit New York nilon workmen ti his coal mi econtln
and his snmllner home at Alolqulu Ite nightly. There wan mdire lrnir
h. last night The first shot wah hear
all in Heart End near t company'stt puala plant.
Ordtn. (a. Dn .H-nll r tt Thte s as )llih was flashed and rap
(bord't4 Irn., DeCI. 3.--w'r rett, I!ro, fe' g' p ''ntnaded. loial4r1e wflr
a proinnuitt 3. t mai n of V'iei,, 1 ArIf itr,,.1snnltoul. Atl prtdlWwer
miles north lof h.r on-, mittad ....t A I

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Mt struoturea s4 t wt f AebiM4a
worth fitr eh d a a lt M U ~dInllU !! I I AW
P aM wi e)tn la Stealtd armN
thousi o"t tie grootai d lay "so r
Jo, poklam, .mat,,r.l to tho aI bMt UIS lT AT
palaoes amd the o w sid thea h e Ok,
was beard throulhott.
I t is a mate that 1ro7lbl thrie HI. AdvatMd With Drawn
monthss wil i wm6 r the ail 6 i .
poatp a bn1 4t ll i eirt o b- B4 Was HMd At Bay
Its ia d (e work of eldea up sad
re'.aC that part of forest park will OAPTUREo BY INFURIATt0
betmA with the advent of pslFl.
Large oree of workmen wre dl* The Law Is Allowed To telt(
tbuated through the Ptn4 1dsl tedrl, tlIwever, Lynchlin
and tkhe will be aumgeoat da t ae da --ynein wY
proced. Every art will bet est Narrowly Averted--Man Hid
to elear away thke xpoaltIoA with 4Id I*en Releaed from Chaingang. .
*patch. Inlted Statw goldielw p *
tded the graondi todley l. rdis the Davibotvl Ga., De. a.-Wltl
ellbit places. sert a sIdt state 4Itisryt table waltel, wloh
buldlers, sad aslsted the J0e0t014 wielwld rat sad i'rlously, at the
Ouards. tme calling for help, Mrs A. W.
A small crowd of sI(ghtse-m lavadet IM 4 sell known woman of (
tIe Iroundi, but were, lt eight 1 Sl Y t. *ucf fully drefe nd
mftg the workmen, a iut the advance of a sulpposet
!L m saslslant.
MONKY TO PAY DPOIOTORS. The **sro m t the Impa* held a m
'---- Wtroms l)kne i hls bilt, This di l
Bul. m k ,ais the Supp rt lh the ps1r to frighten Mrs."' red, i|
COoring Huew In Cate eof 'H. itlnaued to beat (it with yawt
blafirle, I. Y., Dec. 5-t-4h Germa nsatl he took to his heels la the
Ajelrlcaa upon which a trun bs utiWe of a swamp.' Mrs. Aldred
yesterday orpee its oor as us ual lowed, sereomalr for help.
it 9 o'clock today. Very oon quite a lot of ana so
At 10 o'olook there were about N boys. with pus anti pltols, Wan
withdrawal depositors. I line. All seourlan the rwamp for the aegro. it
were blein peld promptly. 'The vice ra to J. T. Burgamils ad Inquate,
president of the bank afth there wua who they were looking for. Wh
Ie doubt whoever of ite bak'sa abil6 toMld they were lookirg for hbis a
Ity to withstand any roo, but he dll turned to run.
t antnUopate that more tha a few John Davis pulled his gun on the n a
thousashl dollars would be withdrawn. gro and in0J him stop. lie waU
He said that they had the asuuatice of then taken to Mrs, Aldrod. who had a-'
he clearing haole and of every bank hesitancy In Identlfynl him. A waP
In Buffalo hat tiey would Ilpport the rmet was then sworn put for him.
German-Amerteen bank If scesiary. The negro hai a commitment trial,
President Robort Emory stated that was comalted ianJ sent to Banderso
the GertmanAmerlcan b bask bd aout rille Jail. He wla wet from hil noek
WoM.00 n tAn valuable eurnr a .d down, where he hadrui through tMU
within 24 bhori deuti have ts>, I s wmp.
Mrs. Aldred Mray the nrero did not
SOLDIER DISMIIEID FROM ARMY. Speal or offer to put hia liand din hbe
or live any reason for behlg in lah
Ielaume HI Married a N. ro Nrse He room. lio Just advanced towards bht
SMust Leave theCrvico. with his knife drawn and l oikd do
Wanhlngton, De .-Private John flant at her.
T. Smith, of the hIpital corp., sta. Mrs. Aldred Is a wiow with two
tionel at Fort Mott. N ,J., was dl* t if' children. who were at bchoo.
chargel "without honor' from the l eavinl her alone during crhol hour
United States Army on recommendal There was coultdrable excltemeni
tion of General Grant. Over the matter for awhile, and omt
Private min!th's troubles began when talk of lyohingl him. but later It wad
be married sarah Wolfrt, a negiroes, deemed bfst not no as Mrs- Aldred
on Sept. 20 last. She warn a volun expre,sri herntel ai wanting the la
lear Red Crossr n ore at (amp Wyck. to take It, course. She tn one of te
off. L. I.. and nurse l Smith while be best known women of thi se It on, fnd
lay strict'.* there of a fever contract,- Is d In h igiet reisard by (bs a lt
ed In thi. panilh-Amerlcan war. seaR of Davlsboro.
The td*CTal statement alven out at
the war department declares that Prl NEGRO ASAIALANT IDENTIPIED.
rate S.ital n married w -an "of biad
charaeter, whoerm pnteritoqe dISatI Srothsr of the Victim Attempts to At
lis no4 Len termlnared bY the death tack Prlsmoqr.
of her husband or by any form of Ie kvannkahi. O s.r. Dee..-'hrley Je
tal separaHon" oavannah, Os.. Dec. .3-fharley Jel
epr n." teon has been identified In this city
by Miss louyer as tlhe negro who at
COST OF PHILIPPINE EXHIBIT. tempted to assault her In Aui! I*
statement ef lReceipts and Olebura. Mi.u Bouryer was in the preseace ol
imnt of Show at PaIr bor brother and ceverul offers when
Warhitnton. Dee. 2.-According 1 the negro wan led out of his cClU to
a staitemcn rr'pa,',rI a the bureau confront her,
of Insular affair. the not of the "That Is the man.' Yao are t.t
Philippine eihtblt at the St. Lol enx. o ,n" she said, and turned weeptnq tI
position to the Philippine poveramenl her brother.
up to the nalht of Nov. was $716. Jefferson grinned In the rfce of the

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lI Arw7 lll lay sa Thrnday
GdfRMWU% r"OWa

rcCBLRABY. Editor and Publ'r.

Ba ser Brascaimror ;
T .bwiae.a.Week 8Vn 0l a year; si
iit, M o0o. single copies,, 5e.
AVs tT raO ItAT. s :
E l dvertlnsemtnt, 1, cents a line
Ssgru frt and 10 cents for each aidl-
I ljsertiol.
l Dbpla"aI ladvert(ictmten for three,
L' atg1 months at l Ct' Cia rate'.
l ; s :hedM upon ap; li cation.
mI ar and Death notloes inserted
:iow usries, evits a alie.

Ora CI.tniYu Iu'rT,
siun and the Thrice-a-Week
Y j) world one year........ I5 '6
*'*,fl n l nd thl Atlianta (lta.)
l Cotitutn one year. I T1
Bun and the Atlanta (ia.)
SjMi.Weekl .Journal one year. 1 50
Son and the bemI.-W',.kly
m.t-Union one year....... 1 o

I^ We. will not aerept stalmp of a
r" deno mination thaIrl 2 relts.

T'ere are 10,9.20,/ (GrmaUns in the
Salted States.

The demand for hours n
t vlefarerxeeds the supply this win.
set.. Not a house is now advertised
eto rt erD in The Sun.

Visitore tlo Forlda should not re.
Itml home without taking a look at
ilanertIle, the best and msit beauti.
IS! Interior town In the Rtate.

zeellent fishlng and Lunting is to
be found In the vicinity of : ad sportsmen who enjoy such pas-
tlie should not fail to visit this see.

O* 0LMkes' and egs are not at all
I. tloJIal la the Oainesville market
f. Jt now, iad country people will find
Irdlsle tfor euoh products at good

Jolia Mrlow is allowing her picture
to be printed with a patent medicine
ad. One would think that an aotrese
of MNis Marlow'e high dranmatl stand.
Iag could at least get into the coreet
a; delass.
Alachus county is blessed with as
c'.lever and efficient a et of officers s
say county in the State. which ao-
o00nts il a large ineatsre for the fact
that not a sfle on on of them war de*-
leated for office at the last c:lection.

SOraiduate of East Florida 'LMilinary
who are attending colleges in other
StateI this fall are reflecting credit
upon the grand old school. Their re-
PortI give evidence of thorough prep-
aration for Ehe higher branches they
are stow Itudyin,.

SNotwithstandig theo arge nutimber
of gro-ery s:oree already dolng busi-
SBessl in this city. t is reported that
another will shortly be opened on the
Westelde of the sq]uar. (ainrsvillte

appears to be an attractive field for
:tbfl eluss of merchants.

As an educational center (;aiinTville
*irtpasse all other towns in Florida,
while all that i. needed to make it one
.of lthe mont popular health reports ia n
Iftt-clau, systete f ri wer rg. The
latter an be seur*?d by th'* proper
effort, the finrt step towarnls which in
the obtaining of a i.:ore liberal lihartrr
lotn the next Legislatzre. ,

Every tax-payer should Lttelnd the
meeting at the court house uext Tues-
day nihl, which is called for the pur.
PoM of dleiesiing tlhe matter of a Iew
hbarter which thie next LegKilature
wlUbe asked t o naot for thiscily.
This q(estiou should ., thorouRhly
dallssed and the proposed charter
tu bitted to the people prior to the
Meeting of the LeRislature next April.
4peak out now, or forever hereafter
hold your peace.

The Ladies' Cemetery Association is
doing a noble work in taking care of
the rating place of out dear departed
OeI, and deserve the encouragement
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"Third, by leaving them under the
ownership and operation of corpora*
tions to be carried ao as independent
business eniterprisl butl subjeting
tleei to tjupervieiuotia'i: regulation by
the government. (
'The third is the system under
which we are nrow working. But it is
held that the powers of the otffcial-s of
the government having supervision
over the railroads should be increased
so as to prevent those incqualitle In
rates as serveto favor one section at
the expense of another; to enrich one
individual at the expenseof many, and
to confer powers pearcely leas than
those of the government itelf upon
individuals who, however capable and
oouicienttiot they Inay be. have no di-'
rect responsibility to the people. We
believe there ic justice in this demand.
We recogniie that,the making of rates
is a very delicate thing, ivrdlsthnr
many Intricate ;ironblems, nud that it
is n funtrtion which should be por.
formed by tqualfled experts. We
recognize that a government commis-
sion having pcwer to regulate railroad
rates migllt work Ilmuch mischief and
that to ejnft'r Puch powers upon a con.
mission involve. the possibility If 1n.
litiatl evils. FIrt however great thleee
evils may lte. they are less than those
which would trend either govern-
ment ownership or atn entire aL ence

of government *.upervislon.
"Itepeativig what we have

said be.

fore in discussion of this question, we
think that there might be a fair com.
promise if the rallroads were permit.
ted to pool their business and their' full
power of regulation over rates te con.
erred upon the Interstate Commerce
Commission. The view of 'a leading
railroad lawyer' given in our columns
a day or two ao that 'the scope ol
the Interstate Co mmerce Commirsson
.h,..iah hI l linitedI tint uiltlie inveet*ia.


,Jaekonville jeopardi ed, but It does w "" J
desire to see business men in other c- dollar
tions givee an opportunity to live as, prof0l,
well as those doilnr business in the terpiri
State metropolis. extent
j bounds

At the meeting of the State ThTach.
ers' Asociation in Ocala an organuls-
tion was effected under the above
title for the purpose of furthering the
library interests of the State. Its pro.
mote r represent. d some of the fore*
moat educations? institutions of the
State, the membership being drawn
From the ranks of our best 'and most
progressive teaching force, each mren-
ber pledging himself to do everything
in his power to cultivate in his pupils
a taste for reading. and whenever
practleible to encourage the' estab.
lishment and support of libraries.
A considerable amount of enthusi-
asm was manifested on the part of tie
members. and it is certain hlba as a
result of the organl ttiou; a number of
new libraries havr.heen tfoundJed, and
those already established have been
()wing to the removal bf ~he presll
dent from the State., and the difloulty
of securing a representative attend-
ance, not ineeting was held last yjar at
.ake City, but this year it is hoped
that there may be a good ida enthusi-
nstic attendance in Jackonuville. when
the State and Southern Educational
Associations meet.
between now and that date the seec
retary, Mis C. I'almer, librarian of
Stetson University, will communicate
with the members in regard to the
matter, and undoubtedly there will be
something doing.

the mian who wishes to buy an arti.
ele for less than the reasonable cost of
Production is as bad4 t he who seeks to

and tui
the Ian

there is
lett of
vast pr
of the I


tract to
long. e
steeu. 1

The '
90 feet
feet, w
mllel o
miles o
of elev
IW) pas'

Th -
these d
he will
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rpentine operations bae used witjie. #'''.
da there ar e o va trlad 1 o lnd
cited to this btpuslns, o A vrI VM
so only for such enterprlsee; so %b so #W,41
I no excuse for $he farther useg iliSP teb
this industry., and of btlh hih l 0alM, it
oflts will come, nd he wealth ,
State greatly added to A i
le s. .es sest
31ST 8R1001 IN WOWLD. f de, a.

Pennsylvania Stel O. l of
n, i'. has entered lntoa an*- how i.
Sbulld the Blackwelr'sl Islasd t hlnlmmeI
at New York, the largest err e atns anllc
ctUd. it will be 10,0 ft O
ontaiinig 1()OWOC O poundoaTs 0o ToI ....
35 freehigh, the contract price
atinj $S,'.fl It will har ve djl t
track%, e.letated roads, fout and aM ma

width of their owerFlor will be
and the upIper floor is to w 80
ith.oiur trolley tracks and two
1d railway tracks.
iI finished it will hate eight
f trolley tracks and four miles
'ated railway tracks. This is
red sumefliet t3 carry 1W0,000,-
tengers per year Lf

editor of an exchange who was ".1
ly very much in ned of the g4IU... P.l
rithal, expressed his feellpgs
"The stlaecriber whobde~ I. i La.
lays and pays the printer is
, ad in the kingdom to c Al Pomel:'
be given a place a lifttl hi her l
A- t Lot. e AM mill he



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THI INTIRSTATE OOMMISSION. that it should Ie the joint work of rail.
road offlehil who are responsible only
tl1 of thi mnost important for thue newy r~Cejts Congress to dtf1 offiiais who are respoullble to ilh pIao.
with Is the Ilran.lxs ol additional pih. The foriner should make the
powers It the IniterLate (Cninmmrc rates, but the latter should have the
('ommiulin. If hllt piw'ri i "0 the i iower to rregulatr thienm. t hetzhing
tomitm;ision are not eii larg, Oi}l it n more than lre liInvsigation Ii
woUtld it l>est for ti runi) r,,- i in.* nr'edt ."
elorLts o( the eiutiitry tj uV )li. t 1 :t -, -
trtlm.nail. for as It tnw extr. I r-eal:y "MONKEYING WITH THE RATES."
rerdindsl' toi tle iutresit fil the traRsi.
;,Irtti1iin l Si(ro'nlo irs to lhei tll.trillielit The Jacksonville .Aietropolis of T) e-
.T t:.i. wlo "pay thn (riteglt JItg ?emll1ir i, with the above heading, i,
I te* t'uneIltItai In it is tW.ragr"c n t at fiault,d and shows a Tory short-.t!igt.
*,. t1 the position taK;en by ,at yon.- *:1 pIdliej ; for, as we read the artile,.
.ervativo* il,tltiiiiiti tuflcn:l1l iapther,th advice giivn' is for veryerone to
lih Wa'1 Sirvrt arial, aS rhidtitcJe 'mut to JackstronvIll It. cheaper rates
ty ti,' fli tlwii ed.litorrial fr. n th; tl r" 'letirtd.
S>P. tr ft Njrvibtber mth: If sudh Advic I. taken, where would
"0ti 1 f t1:4 IIret tsui e brLi' h it it lead t>o? Ip pir opinion it would re-
to Ile Itenrtion lof.the ipresidoli.t since silt in the ensugregaltion of all the peo.
eiectirm Inm bteer that of the rregula. I'le and every business interest In th
tion of rillradt rate*. T'his protuien eity of Jacksonville, which would not'
Ste p'ri,.lnr ed to himt by a large. dcle- be -a desirable condition, as by this ab.
gatioul. includingg governors of two woErd proposition other parts of the
States and reprsetntativf I f nmany State would become depopulated and
commerical organizations. It is a every business interest w,)uld of no-
sublect of fundamnvhutal imaportanoe. 'esnity for all tim .have received its
It now comes up In the shape of a de- death blow.
manid for an enlargement of- the pow- This article Is Ill 19 all its tender.
oer of the Interstate Commerce Coin- les, for while Jacksonville tr be.
mitsion, ts as to make it practically i come a great trade center, or whieh
court of lust resort as regards r il. fact we. as Floridians, are proud and
road rate. as such rIjoice in the reSat develop-
"'Wh.'thSer railroad rates be regar4. ment (f oar elol r city, jet by a pur.
ed as a transportation tax or as the suit of the policy advised by The Me.
price paid for transportation service, tropolls, Jacksonville. with the rest of
tber iqlgrertheless need of the ms- the lState, would come to distress.
tablilhinnt of some system which Florida isa large State, ln.which large
shall inuure the making of stable, and diversflied ldustrial interests are
equitable rates, thus preventing di. tbeingdeveloped to the great adva-
crimination either between localltlei tage of all; and there is room for all
or indltviuals. The question halbeen such, and for many more enterprises
raised as to,whether the advin@e i not developed. The better poiQ
railroad rates in the past three yean would be for every section of the
has been equitable, in view of the faet State s rut territory to combine for
that by consolidations and Inter. the best Interests of the entire people,
cha)nes of stocks the railroads have for there it no enterprise or laduLtry
been able to get ridofr exeesslrecompe. now being developed but amst of poe
tition, and have reduced almonl to an eeswiy benefit everjoue. The article
exact scene* the business of tra manifests the dog tn the manger spirit,
portation. But' whether this advance and will mot aceqmpli the end the
is unwarranted and due to an arbitrary narrow.minded author wanifets.
excess of a monopolistic power, or o doubt The Metropolis would k.
whether It i only In line with the lad to see the wholesale, men'Ot
general increases in prices of corm. lnesville, O cale and Palat t hqed
modlities, which hare added to the its advice, but they are notlikely to
ost of living, the fact renmins that do so. The wholesale houses of Intm.
some solution of the railroad problem rtor towns are being 4iscrlmintted
is demanded, Speaking generally, against in the natter of 'freight rte
there are three ways of dealing with in the intreo t of Jaissonvllee, and if
the railroad proble.m. the Railroad Commision dellres to do
"First, by letting the railroads justlee to the commercial interests of
alone todoas they please. depending other sections the complaintelof the
upon economic laws to protect the business men of Gainnesille and other
public, i nte tir towns will be careful ly weighed
'-econd. by selling them to the n8d) the dlcrimination stopped. The
government for theiroperation as pub- San does not desire to see the In*
lie property, the same as the postolfiBe trerlts of the railroads or the city of

The t
tion he
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will ce
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beolu I

will ee
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64 k.

utal v ite a, Florid4 at the. t1S
it o(l. ov-rlib r :A.i i a. tolt

p > '4' F- 't'brt^lh^itO^t^ti
g, 1: e )la .iufun, j41i;a.: .. ..I
ietu; irty, laty.inale 1. dfI;
t. ltr..rr, '. 7 I Prohbitiou i

r;,,r--irowarj, '.i.'i; U li.P- A WCs
37; llealey, 1 7 1t. .. i m .
tary of rtate-Crawford, ?7 s. waI"ssa
orr, 4,: 21; Parrott, 1,2l 9
ney.Ur- ral)-ll i. 4,1 ; Cubt.-
,a; hireep, .L OA40
ptrur .t'romC r /, 2 |, 4; Sklp .
* ;3. IB r.,,.rc 1,41,J.C lo
urv--Kntaf il 352 : i4rvisford, 1000.
W ttzeltr .. 1,1 .:
rlnt-l.dent Publie Instructign-
ay. 04ti.; Wolfe, 221;,
, 51'.; Wrfeslle ,. ,l1 4i .i
issior.u-rr. of A-rioulturesl-M-.
,675; I.oWIy, 13lPettit, 1,*

road Commniislonpr-Morgal delibtfe
Sill, 1,.. Wl. ii .
Elo supreme Court-Taylor, 20,. O teo be
ockrel, 20.250; Sha;kleford, l estiWiev
hitfleld. 19,50; Sheperd,ftO Lo70; ii
ISl8; Adam., 5.6N; Axto.ell.4,. us1.p

ituuttinal Amendmentl: a;ik

le 12,stection 6, for6," i;t alasbt bketa
le seetionso, forl0a IMploa

Je B, section. 10. .,* 8,14,I!
6,060, hsq
i 1 eto, setIon 4, for ,wI s

4l 6, ntons 1-412, fo r I

l* 8, seotion.2' 0-, for *up s.a
4,75. i


if na fg t 1reoesoso ezca S S
in annually Impowte la i '
8Itn ttlerMy4ve sB.Ilto. K ,M ""
ita1value of S M.0000. O ,
owshst Il allthi nhsts
are ounl about two awil pa

ibov fiturts so O show, 54 *
r, that asbiso ou eol wioth .Is
greatly aegis#"otO bet. Th 7S ,
y, while on oof thbe oe p
is at the same timan In fid N s
will almost thrive IWOLf,. a M
raainll do so with bet lUitU4l
4d attention. Why do ,OI eCIt &,
devote hemlselves io thls sat SI
indred means of livelihood, by W 5i lld
much labor and expenditro; .
canbe saved? A few homdnr iI
put into goaUt will l p mete t Mi ui
dollar for dollar, than an fl is.'t
m within our knowledge. fTi Stem ,
of this laduwtry hba no limit iod dSi4O 5$1 t
in Florida,. ad we and that ,.
anslnoe where h bee 1 e- b "c" A elquQi5 i
in has beta very profitable. Ireansses -
It is found that. in many see. the or i
r the Stat. where the timber llabtl. Zv