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:


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


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

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Source Institution:
University of Florida
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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...YOUR ME AT w9V9t 'rti-
m "l'The details of the latest alihting Ftsui every *tatuinert we have er. V f
vll- eI. t. l bU*. around I'ot Artthur ildon't suik. a e iiniu front ti reputed lt Ide' rofil th A
at ieslberrl l.ulaioelvi .. piliesaant reading, hiit tlhe story tas alt Reiubl'ien iparly it is pilsin that the
l1 m letter, under Aou ou Coa- tilt the merit of *thoili what lan lteiuMtllieit l tind theitnselv hopelii-. ,Mi ls
Marsb X. iN abundant supply ior heroic virtue the ly entanghet in the tarif net, aw1 Fo*l Fir the iwfornauiun of thoee whodew- s
.ryrl Newday sad Thursaold world illk ca erties' nilnog .1 .I:- will be) a atltr of *lsrpriu to lose. *ir l to hivt their hr. nmlvt tlrlrd in
Stor Xland h ald11410na 41111,1d Ir11 ia, iLi l a k iI v vi ihvt- e-kt ev rviersl -i l I4, t erf1 ,4nt tilllaili l I i lf ur tid .Ior!a w r o e initll ivd thl
-t llsvll Florldla followtl gest of pretairation
-7 t -7-- ly dI lsk i tlL the .t'ruliggl for theI l r t r e a .re able I it l til their ll. ,,.m it. he k t ellrIt i l haseqed *.,
Ih dirteidsit ."lLitigihtler li as KV%'er ituil pill the party ilut (r its 1ificulty dtl P s tut up uual trial to Imrfen at p. &M W a ll
McCR E AR Y. itlir nd ulr. I lad iiIho onh nbd t Is blade as
.C AlL u brl..ll u lom htkig, but I,.ravery hai. on litn Uiljl e durin, g iir et lnexL flLur siule r1lr..tL is the M Iail. lr.f e s m S IIe
--"-. .r enmiiii ore a, dan. Never in year tmi to i nd s I t00 A ai"
I 2 r f t 0 11 tie to r a I .mo 141 _p M
Tx or rowur ii:)all i.l)ory havemni' siiowi gre atr di'- ~Se.re1tary Sh aw, .1 ho iso sai d ,nhav kum ,,.,141, r.s l0i pound,, mea.t Is wldesetil
f *T l -m.,eek S n ,1 aS t year; i lijine, of death thao i se.t ho. k ;re..dr-,till ft lt.i hautSii tul ed v. reU ^reat.i t. If nhy =? o pts al '
i bItl 0. 5 ; single ct .l'ii'e, ki e i lt Ii l tl'rribl -.' int' t r ItI i rig o fr |ll h lii 1ill. i' hi i i ill I trli. it le his rt),i 1lti(teCr lewhimg as. we willm u inlyis. ;
Ij 11 1951 Mow sit e 44 1 01.1task. sooortdAim to Sag
SAltrsTIrtlNaIO HATER: ,tho Stadel4 hu t Lr (ir tA6t10 hra lmistr. In in h tIntrvii'W tllte n iut Attrta-riikL 'r Ir*hu ood tLrgwlak NUoWCR -3 ; r 3
,.tr '. wr rarlll ..hi I ll. wLrIerF addrythou raporaiv tip
? i'' w l advertlaedilsmreen,mII 15il t' IIli t-It o k* y to [ie t.rr i itrn*i)Ii \iI,) W ,Se'firiary d ',:lur'l tlati l 'Ith isrr e* I h> ei IInit14 i. aiSt iirevential atLeoli lrS
L thi irt Raai 10 ceuLti firr ali irtKaldi- 'Rllrii nt lnlite' i a t ri .i .'4 li hat Cto r ric ili w il ol cla lCs'--lmr .oit r i nrs'ts; lirt uip sd "a p ts i
laltirehim ir threewa.. I1 wll lake aot Ryole olt 'ti
I r,.tMuwsin ijlili lpy fir tIr (i-forti *iiS p,4' to tn rrdo tilom of protect iv dutiits and ier(euti) i hrouji% the mudin. Urimi bloke r
played lg i. l adve oresr thnt fort t r urgel that illseadl of deIrrtiig itce;: dow min t 'kinbe.a laer of yot w.
and 12 mInlilhi at jrial ralte. o filio which his wr fIlght sill re vision of theralrl i tdef th lodtdllei l a, UatIUr ivewawst4
furnished uilln a p leai lu .r 4~1'l~il 1ii c t ro.r igl i i lt I t l li le i t, will hs a
IMarriRae and Ieath notiide ilnsrtld i'It h've ht.ll nl'r.p lll Iy Japlil. n ,ljri lri, ill .n l ilf with T.**.. s eWile w wilt.--.
.h Obtuati rie., celnts a line. _If ,. nr i lulhl icr,.-th rd w ili t ,rt rovidiKi for. r bI s o f du lies on raw I t' 't lV by rerlit b ie
S--- d ivin lia t riiait 'ltly i t nitril h t are i d to malnufae- e wia M rk plirlr uy o ilai 1W .4
Orva'iNoi LiT. fri rirep a dlap i'r wau ld tiil ttt t miit. r tur.ert for exso rta. W here artele re i aln. to K. i Irrlh lit abblIid peIUtIs. OO wii
'be Sun and the T'hrleie-a-Week i, .l t J ilaii'. hitrt. The Cntr l of Iil.rl lord to ie nlIJed ill manUl tilanuf l tu iirr ehral : slreonl Oua er I)ad to Of
(R Y.) World tine year ........ Kur1 b, K(r ly Ja iI) would be an lnse ciire and tihe niniuanuat t tured) g I dlAa (Gnnttr e l*l atlf i4, and feel tIha sar **.
T" Sun and Ihe Atlalta (e(e,) .e, a, l.;o usi th. ro n t u)iprtd, ih. S creltary winuld lhave the ,ri*I Br It hearesltrsel e at oe o t e lis re .i
Weekly ConitItution onet year.. tI o Malhuria w ld by .rr tveerinent trfute Ithe duiler paid im ""r- YoUr fr Puu.te-mae mi. ,
A Sun nd the ilAta (a.) tion i ll eliri rli btl t gr c'nt fumd mit duite pai
l i-WVeekJ airmi Aloi .r. 1 60 eiuiy. Ilasis n'de.l o hold Ih riw material. DIAMOND ICE COMPANV, NOl
heM Sun aid the t1muii-Wet-kly fortresr for the stane reasons that .la-I The Dingtly act providers for rebates II. Livi rngton, Mtr.,t ainesTille, Fla
Timies-Union one year....... 1 1 ll need to take ii. Additiolil of dulies on certain raw material ....
---__ ____- Iotire furb h idles were fuirni hed used io manuracturee for the foreign
ULnWe will Inot Aept stamls of a by conideration of prestige'. and by trade, but it ofTeri no relief to the
iSdenomnilna than thet hearing of lte lort Arthuriitu. American conuuirer. It is not alto-
S... -- ... -...-. .. atiO on the nimm,'nsr struggle further r'ether plsih why Congiress should ler-
A dairy school has bent opced IPrra
A dairy school has twen opeiifd in th. he cthek about whether alI islate lo g^v the foeiioer ohep Powder and Shells.
anectlion with the University of Cali.j thi desperate courage and dstre.trc- good and compel the American con.
k al. rlion about Port Arthur hai been well suner to pay monopoly prices.
Often bri.a-bracs sold for jnk, nvested, therefore, seem to us be There is little to be hoped for In the
',l I 7sider ll the mark. If she war was to be wy ra teduton of the tarll from
bas more often Junk is sold for brie. way of education of the tariff fromSALE Olt EXOUIIANCI .
at all Port Arthur was a necelsilly to the Republican party of today. Both
Search of the combatants, and time was, wliKs, the "revsionisnl" oa one side
Elbow grease and sell-denlal will an essential consideration to both, -e. and the "standpattere" on the other, We Went Your Coutry Proda
Mseek the props friom underalnmost any specially to Japlan. are at the "bek and call" of lhe sad wlU pay hUghes prli
mftge. ____ Cable reports go to show that over trusts and combines.
15,000Japanese fell in the recent at We Sell Everithing la the GeOwesi
Malls driven first into a bar ofl Iop tack by (hin. Nogi's men. How great QUICK OCEAN TRIPS. Line at the Lowesl Priesi. k a.e
will not split furniture or delicate the Russian los was nobody can tell, -
weOwork. but It must have been heavy. From It took Christopher Columbus aev- aA I A a
-- -------- all Indications miny more thousands enty days to ross the Atlantic Ocean. UUcCo iU H 8
Tbe Department of Agriculture has will all before the vantage polut is but that was 400 years ago. At the
i* nation that an era of higher wheat is captured by the Mikado'i men. present moment the lauket ship has Wall Street
epproshbing. eroused in five days, six hours and --
THE WEALTHIEST MEN. went minutes. From seventy days NorTCl IF PIM UOATMo .
SThere's a man on the South Side who tn less than saI days is a long jump. "
I thIatwhat he likeLtest about hi Who the weallthlat man in the biut Lewis Nixon, the Cramps and taiiwer ,lmT.O M
tl kli arm. world? Thrls, is a question that is .i.- ichard B. Painter, three expert ship Soti er luah rLir m ."i"
world" TLhIs Is a tti eesell
taking the people both of Eniland and builders and marine Iventlors, are Lt. o make inai prooir auwpowat i e
Carily should bin h e but a nutry. James Burnley, the in"l rredl to launch an oeam giant tmsa tu w 1b--A et
MtIle exerel around the block nowr nglish author, complies the following which will ero"s the ooean In three r a, iN. vi:
Uld then till do no harm. lis : darl -wll, if neceuary, make a round h O'iA Hooe or fiss.f ..
ls dy-. wil*^ 1 n *i eeoafyomakea ro ad. awr Nfor the wM of New l a 6tf w I
Alferd Beit, diamonds, London, trip to E n land and baqk sgaiL to New see.. 19. Tp a .. It. L *
,II there is one thing a chlldle sLoar- r500,o,000,; J. 11. Itobinson, gold aid YCrk between Monday morninR and HlaoI hnUs"me tI"1lowo 1 witolal leiU
led woman knows all about t i i the I diamond, Londow4t, 4400,00.00; John Saturday night. This new tramnsAtlan. of maid aled. vb:
~ of bringing up children. W61Ulo Tbtela xJam Ir. aled mr.
rt of bringing up children. D. Iockefeller. oil New York. $250.- tie racer'ls to be christened Ihe Me- I. iMler of el.Bl.:Ji. lRThemas *
000,000; W, W. Astor. land, London, toor. Whe n the water she will or.. I0mnoM p..
S.Roses are molt beautiful just before 12o,000.tOOOf; Prince ih.midofT, land, louk very minuh like one of the
the petals fall. So is It often with Bt. I'eterebulrg, $200,.000C00; Andrews present big ocean iteamlnhip,, the CMP. A -N
4M age touched with kindliness at d OCarnegie. steel, New York, O l'1,-. j oly particular noticeable difference CAMPAGN AGAINST LIYNOHINO. I
,ender sympathy. ;XO; IW. K. Vandblt. railroad Net ben that her smokeetacks will be ix There is abundantly eildaee eeatlly lNah.Nlhr.
York, $lX).0XU.AOO; William Rocketel- in number. ia iaA.aI et n..i..a aaaiaam anlw
husa t15h *lmadu rs yw b inw e

"- o e e o pu e us atemm awommms
What a dreary place is a fa'tm with. ler, oil. Ntw York. $(i.0)i.0o ; J. are determined to -take a deedd ta
St frut-is will be a reae between Astor, land, New York, $75.(X)00), ; ASAA. a against lying.
4'6 doctor and the sheriff as to ho Lord Rothschild. money lending. LonT- raising ofhould one Recently, for the firt time, a whit
"$aresafinal possession of it. idon: $76,tM)OXJO; tuke of Westmlii- The raisingof casav should e Re etohfr
e flal poeion or it. don : $600,000; Df the great industries of Florida. and man was lynahed In South Carolloa,
ter. land, London., *6.(M)O.00; J. ['ier-
Stttr. lrandl, hLondonl.; J. Yo ier- it Is truly remarkable that so little of and In his remarks thereon the go
l 9tt; Ireen had refused to ive a p;ont Morgan, banking w York 7. luable onp is rard here. ernor of the Stat reminded the peq
library to the town of Wendell, lMas., ,(0.000; Lord Iveagh, beer. Dublin. ple that lawle renea d eold ote pe
S r former home. She doepn1't care *70.0000.000; Senora Isidora Cousino. Cas'avl is the beat or feed for all pi that lawless t d t e t
how much she ii to the gooJ at the I minel and railroad., Chile, $7,0 i,-. kinds of stock and produces enormou i ithln olruroe would led thot allh
' flb. a0i; 31. lreine, milk. l'aris. $70.~,000U;0 crop; in fact nar orls ca$n for fir out lra seold ead th o lyIebg
-- -.. Baron Alphon.o Rothwiliild. money produced to the aere than any other 'blak men he a d he l o thil
An aged philosopher says: "It is lending. Paris, $70,000.000; Baron Na- food crop-preduclug as high a six bl en ahitd malr So
Wot what the world thinks of us that thaniel Rothchild, moone lending. and seven tons to the acre. lynching of a white man. Nvbllr o
Shuld make us either miserable or Vienal. o70,000,0; Arehdulke Fred- This vegetable is produced with but count of this ltest Ino th e,
I hpy. but what we think of our- erick of Austria, land, Vienna, $70,- little labor, and is not a orop exhaust. provocation of whiac wr she moldet"' 000,010; George J. ould, railroad, in to the land. One ore of eassava of a nan who had refused to lea1d e
SNew York, $70.00000; Mrs. Hetty will produce lve times as muoh es centa, lanw and r )der la .' h.
S army ran rreen, banking, $56.000.( ; Jlames H. sara a. will the same acre planted in been orgalhed in Alken colatt, and
.trip to Manila will carry a lot of bar- Smith banking. New York. 0.000, sweet potatoes, and is better feed fir in a speech at the orgalintul of t
Sbl, which will be used in the islands all kihlds of stock, and we think that league Mlajr Hammond posted out
b(0); animal of tkonthih, pcd,L (on the kreoalence vo crimn I &on- Oar*-
i Lpck animals, t tauk the place a, UDuke o edfo our farmer friends ill do well to the prevalenceofrime loth
S wthe berabao. land, London, $V5(,OUO.(X; Henry ,. plant a few seres of this most val- a and the Ireqiney of homlid
.--- t C le, lt~nd un, 1 u nenry *.due to the carrying of weapons, whib
ilavemeyter. sugar. New York, 50.- u crop. t is one of the purposes of he league
A nation of cooks are the Chinee. i, it i one o the purpo ee of the Ila
There Is scarcely an individual in their ($xO.iV 00; Clan i Spree klr, Mexicar The United tatest is very generous toeuppress.
W cmclans Spreek. sugar, T.le c on aolog for l
p gteommnunity ho is not suor! SaF, *10,)0,)W; Arc.hbish- ith its navy yard employes engage Thecit Iln pology for nathlrng
Si competent to cook himself a re- C d, Vienn. -,o.( il building warshis. it pa the it is provoked by a crim
W I table dinner. lu ll e ,ony lndin, New -r diem wages for fifteen days leave while there is no adequate pubh
It .I Y lrk.S2, money; ir T diomn. ion of absence and for the seven public nuent in law. he disposed of by saylll
Yo holdrk.26,,( hin Liptonays of she year. The ciief .os. that "the uIual offinato was unknown
Ifyou will, you can rie. No power rocerite. London, $2.Xu),IX). holidarl of the year. The chief l co. -re thrie wul durin the" mar, andw
IeMl~lety, no hardshipin your condi- .tructor lof the navy. Rear .Admniiral lrelwru
S atelea depreen you, keap you down i (ap. says the United Hsates cannot it was unknown after the war until the
ilo wledge, power u, virtue, intdonce This it iof philosophy is from The build its own battleships as cheaply as politiiais discovered it and recom.
but by your owner onsent n Srdgwick IKian.) I'ltaragrph: "W'e they can be couisruoted in private mended lyrhing as a remedy for it.
Shear ri much about forging to the yards. No mingle ease hal ever occurred In my
tit a front, taking time by the forelock. -- neighborhood Only 19 per cent oe
meeting is not rmeroin out of fasure in seizing the bull by the horns, and the Senator James PI. Taliaferro has in- the lynching in the country in reveal
eore farmero n maor t tae couragemi like; and also that the man with the produced a bill to appropriate $100.0oo year were due to this ofrense. "T'h
proultin work. Butter, mplk. ail -hold is entirely ignored. Nine to acquire a site and cunstruet a build- other k eases per 100 arose from iur.
polletry, mubee, miedo. mpoen out ol tenl wisely follow, and luN ing to be used as a branch home for der all the way down to personal uI-
Setbleed. where one does who charges disabled soldier,. iilors and marines. Oernors of south COrolina,
S around at tle front all the time. If The bill stipulates that the home hall Georgia sad Alabama have within the
Sot waste a minute-not a i ou rni the forelock, sele the tail. e located at some place in the State past few week uttered rinllng sOW.
A-i n try inag to demonstrate to yitis thencin oore sn th. e tr** of Florida. knor Taliaerro iseron* demnations of lynehinl. It looks like
i -i th MLrint o demontr e l it is Haing on more than the par- dent tliat the bill will go through, a genuine and vigorous effort Is now
n the merit of our own perfor- ticqlar hold that counts. The ml an practically without opp(oition. being made to blot out the disgrae.
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The Early Shopper catches the Best Bargains, for although wo have endeavored to pt
according to your needs and demands the best things-the most unique
things--have a habit of going first.


The Largest Line of Sterling Silverware, Watches, Clocks, J rewel,

Goods, Umbrellas, Fountain Pens, Fancy China and VYar

Wo have ever opened for your inspection. No Danger of Disappointment in fliUn;1
intended gifts if you will give us an early call.



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SThrwer and Miss Tilton, Two
-pslr Young People, to be Wed.
le El Paso (Texas) Herald of re.
fk date contains the following,
sh *ill prove of interest to the peo-
bdf Gainesvillle:
"Mr. and Mrs. W. 8. Tilton o( Kan-
CNOty announce the engagement of
l1r daughter, Mild*fd Dansfield Til-
S; to Benjamin Key Thrower, son of
, and Mrs. B. K. Thrower of Tam.
I, Fla. The wedding will take place
Janulary. The bride-elect is a niece
1W H. Tttle of this city, and as a
*legirl was known to many here as
I td Mrs. Tilton resided In BI Paso
member of sears while Mr. Tilton
i enmmerla agent here for the
ilthera PaStitl railroad, liss Mil-
$ 4has grown up to a beautiful wo-
O. fulfilling the promises of her
Tke pmropective groom is well known
tei city, where he has resided for
nl years. He Is one of the effl.
O employes of the Baird Hardware
tpal having proved hlimelf most
fol in the capacity of traveling
Kian. Miss Tilton is also well

F. P. Henderson Wins First Prize for
Article on Peach Growing.
Amrno, De. I.--The farmers are all
through gathering and selling their
crops, whltc have proved quite satis-
(factry. The cotton crop turned out
better than they expected. The ea*
pacity of the cold storage room ta High
Springs is almost fully utilized, show-
Ing that our farmers are not only kill-
ing large quantities of meat, but that
they are satisfied with the results of
curing their meat by cold storage.
Hogs are seane and in great de-
mand. Many of our farmers have feed
n the field sufficient to fatten twice
the number of hogs they have or can
get, hhneme the surplus feed will be a
total loie.
The new residences of T. J. Terry
and M. A. Osteen are nearing omple*
lion, and when finished ad painted
will add much to the appearance of
our community. Mr. Harry Is re-coy.
ering his house.
Miss Pearl t(teen has returned from
Bell, where she closed her term of
There will be no exercises or other


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Mas lre ISe dyE
A Tissue Bnillier &Iene Tnlc.B
ANi AtmrIIal
pot tlfr tin. or ndile. fur *I
AO C.:rr p<>. Bawuuatteto
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here and is a general social fa- entertainment at the Forest (irove
if. She has visited friends on va- Sunday school this Christmas, o the b
l aeonso and is admired for her young pIopltr are left to hunt other, t
a, clever di spitlion. and possibly not so Innocent entertain-
ads of the young people will ment; and lth children-well, they t
Ptualate them in advance. need () Itoe eitt ertained, th
' -The hirthdlay and the day commem. be
S ids Wanted. orating the rPaurrection of our Haviour
Sthe next regular meeting of the comingg together this year, we hope the s
of County Commlssionen. to be schools of the country generally will at
S o TeAsday, January ard. 19m, celebrate the day with Joyful and ap- .
Wflll be received for hire of county proprimat erxerciset.
lhto for ensuing year. All bids F. I. i Hnderers has just received
i be sealed and addresed to II. notice that lIi article, "Commercial
:naton, County Clerk, from whom Peach I rowing in Florida," received
desired Information can be ob- the highest prire-ten dollars-for the d
The right to reject any and best article on -'Fruit throwing," of. d
a s reserved. feared by The Southern Ruralist of U
P; P Toll N. Chn. Bd. Co. Coin. Atlanta, (is.
iMLea: H.C. I.NUxNm Clerk. We are glad to note that Mrs. At-
9 Wa m water, who hasl twn very sick, is im-
Z aMush aflieted with selatie,"I proving.
EI C. Nod, lowavllle, 8edg. Bilious Colic Prevented, d
SCo., Kan.. "going shabout on
s lith and nmrinr dteal nt ltb. Take a double dose of Chamberlain's

Election of Officers.
The following officers have been
ecled by Gainesville Lodge No. 4t, F.
A. 31., for the ensulag year:
Wt. Ii. Higdon, W. M.;J. I, Blake, 8.
.; 1). M. Tomkles J. J.W.; J. G.
orrey, trearurer; Robert McClellan
It may be mentioned iunidentally,
it with a degree of signlflianoe, thai
ne election of Mr. MeOllllan to the
mition of secretary for this term en*
re him upon his seventeenth year in
hii responsible position. which is the
ees recommendation which could be
von him. lie is a member bf nearly
rery sextet order in the city, and
ands pre-eminently popular in all.
is re-election as secretary of (aines.
lle lodge is deserved.
Tax Notce.
Wh shall be at the places o the
ites set opposite for the purpose of
olleeting and assessier taxes and we
rgently request all property ownen
meet these appointments, thereby
ving trouble and expense to all par*
ee eonoerned:
High Sprinag-Thursday and Fri.
y,. January 6 and 6.
Alachu--Saturday, January 7.

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theii day of J-..'.. I.
W* IIt It MY9W lowb
the labr dayoW DoeomtmM,,. ,1 "
Clerk CadSt ou'iW 1. C.
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the a bOawr ar
I i or Jmearr, A. I W '.

Clerk Ciarewl Court A l k.
pd Pera I. HIR i

Noale is hereby irivn hrt Cal TI
purohaer of Tax c rtUSeate No. SIl t
day In dar o tJulr. A. Ia at. hl ia
eerutleatir In nir o*1e ;W Ud hat *4
tiw fIr ttax deeal tolbte la *orane wlm
law. aMI oertlmste embraces t fellow
aeswrrtIn trrlWertr tuated'n Alathe ein A.
0t. iorn. tWAowit: '
o 1 of N"4d of w4 ae".1. TO. l. L3 1 &
The uM d tnWd beilrw n smed l tmi s e
tIhe imuasrce of such cerlluste sts tbe IfI of
Mrs M, A. RIummaerr
Unlems wmaU ertlhese as be re s.eepe so.
undlnti to law. tax deed wltape tmhea em'
Ie nd dr of JI usary AE IMr a
Wlttle my otlap tti iilstaure stad ti
thes !Pth day of ovember. L.Ift V
Clerk Cinullt Court A1WOltN Co. ., 1
pi IPer I. H. W ge"nehs. a, .

s1W. LAWS O fA)mRDA. *
NotSl i" berbi give that P. e HIrf .
purchase or ls crttbeaie No. ,S
the athdyar or July. A. D, IrI. L ia
eelsoemte In in m eoe. ad bee me aue
las Ior sax deed to L~aNMe L sew sl *l
law. tdal ecrtinsooe mbracese th IOMilpw
Ajlk-ral.aA Imnonrt w aIluaed I Atkaeauft 4atL.


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LAnLMIA lru-fft m Ia n I I* n

We sell on the installmentlplan, small c
payments, balance paid weekly or t njotl
Our line is complete and many a'rticles
ad for Xmas presents are pre-eminoe


displayed at our store. Christmas shoppli
is dreaded at its best, the disagrec:able p(
beiug the crowds, rush and hurry. Ave
this by making your purchases and sek
tions now and have the goods laid asijl 1
you, marked to be delivered on the d
wanted. We store them free of' ctlar
and make the delivery as ordered.
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You ialer aw the Ilke- fauelttling aeort6ont entirely diIftrent trom
Utiag ever shows hevem
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mksM Blbs Art -
Oriental Pattern
All wool Pro Brussels
Ax Minster
Velvet and Moquet "

Handsome all wool SBmyrner
Linoleuma, oil cloths. Matting
of hevy and pretty patterns.

Our warehouse is full, our st,'- is full-over-bought, that's the condition.
Must makr rmot for oihpr I urnlture. Have another ear arriving next work.
We are offeriuK them *t a big ion price. Attend this sajl and get a good one



a* -ent stamp and the name and addre.t.
of orape one likely, to buy furniture and
we.will nad you a beautiful sontrafir and
a umeial household article abeoluuey free.
We just ask lor stamp to pay postaeK.
ld m e .. .. ....... ................
o r name .............. ..........
Y o ra ddrolm ..... .......... .....



Chairs of Every


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"d am y other woods. (dd
4L ,lIO Cktloahnlujlr-inl tambls.
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a'ktM e, Pol,


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And evera nlht, throullhouLt the earoorn should elep oa our Hygiene Fell
UIsi N ". Itos 1 as good u wsa g m eeOdvensasind mnaree, and cootsr 00e*
third lees. 0w*m* m1iespe vesotand au refUMt pleep there iv a world or di f
ftneue. Rfrshbiug slumber atd purkot tee a ssft ared it yolu use the
Hygiene we have others. Ask to me them.


Japanese Stands,

Corner Seats,

lUsic Cabinets, Box Seats, Willow Goods.

verythnig Known In Furnishings.
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n Dr. OI o boe
-sv. :*;. Hte oseel .
.I _S et, t i o.n
ISagi shis we -.
1bM #ha (pS.l~ (My.)

ahe. bu 6s.

e6- 0 feee .w le-
woo.H^^^^J me;lK f l -- 0110

BS ite I O, *l.or.
gad Oies BiMbl i-
ausI seL Drlse edo e md
is tIhi *e.l o eas

io ol of wo **ar-

W0Wfle In I aBone of I9**
6I0 rT w ight e.M T IO *f e

ftepW bV1Sqwm S016Ist a. WM
ae, V4 I" n.' o,,W ere n i' I
ba :,w! s gn M ove We *0 .

bb twmf Soea to suh aset*
otSll Vpig l llfor N r liref

lr. Coirle *a*dust Ur iw fis at
IAbe.. 14 hiverin. Is l bet 4**i *p

to lrel &l wIe, w gld o lido
lIoit n ll lol iI Isbile Ihis leetm

I oarin, bii n fed bo rl so ft i ea
Odtha t I a lk bier for hir toA.
sls a physi(utai for rellef.
Mr. Cillos oodtut* a trak frnn ai
to pfotet I from the eod Yudly
fteelaR, hi. hands beeame so I(ros
- fill that his Etpenr turned ese
6ad the nttl. peeled off as the skin
froa ft asked apple.
Mr. Otlloi are so the eity atid aon-
l"td Ir. H"od"W who trnted hi,
iI$offlerd a srmldeal from the of-
fc, of hls uiIrlubee, and is Was su-
esery lu anudage the friiua members
CoasMordtri itht the thermomLter
wM osill forty-si Friday moranlug
wklh I thirteen, degrees higher tha
fmemieg point, siiWo xperiewe is one
to whisk tIso al d *nerlderable Ian
tlet s tlo bedial faternlty. There
kto s doobd but hb t me I nre e Mr.
Omil were frase, sad mhe oly at.
tiHube me ea uwdor the eneem
Isume wM a poesatr dltlodeof the


Ae-l ham"--- Ortwi. TesIes to ith
0See Qulsie of oCemb
.aliw' OMp nmuWs.
Ashbormsaa, Olk, April 11, IS.-I
thblk is is fely risks that I hooalt tell
y"e whatI a woederl *Ent OChbte.
ae's Ooullog Rame hb prede4s.
Tl day lbfoe Ia urI mu dio e
tlsi" with a eold ld*ougl i thai 1
did tl tiali o e abl to tak niy
dutie the mext day, as my voele we
alm bsholed by the sooe The
*em day I reelvd an order from you
,ore beotlt of your COooh Riemed. I
at one proceed a ample botle, and
took absot three td of the medicine.
To my gat rlelerf she 6omh und old
Ias eompltei dkappe rd and I am
abe to prweh threb times on Faser
Day I knew that this rapid and e*.
tfetlv ear wa. due to' your Conub
Remedy. I make th(is tlmotial
without solllttation, being thankful to
have found oseh a (od-seat femedy.
lespeetfully yourss.
E. A. lwVLrtDf. A,,
RIter of it. LuLke' Churh.
n k nhalmlbti UaihlIlllt on.

This remedy is for sale by all drug-
bu pe a e oik. gis*e.
we~tl, e i yea mrs, Death of Mr. Redwood.
pi we i ly yeerday Morna Information ha reoehed this city of
h oMll, l the pre e bf the death of Mr. ti. Hedwood. which
i: ld Mid. He otlriseled a ad event oseurred at his home In New,
S1M hew iw day Mae Amd paid York on the Ilth Inst.
S mu etin to is. Yeterday Deewased was the lather of Mrs. 8.
i pS wl*&h a It of eophimn H Benjttmin of MlienoPy, and wu
OWt* e wr *eR* .tie. Hls well anown In (smlum vlllr, having
he a wi s lels bbt blefot he spent Rsma winter here. He was a
!w.,!a *other eehleg *spell man of 1xentlemanly Ind ouralgous
i' DPkwlldied from siuff baring, always pleasant and sociable,
.e; i oa Globe Democrat, and *. s liked by those who had lhe
,LH lU. &flbte Homlround pleaure of his aeqtiyntanee.
ew ha- e ied him. el We The friends of lMr. lBenjamin n this
ii dby W. M. Johalon eilty join in extendil sympathy in
P.a l g V .. J o" s o this hour of bereavmenet.
: LA Wi O Fight Will bSe ittr.
1:_8.d 1 C~mpany Pres Those who will penrst in elosiS
i -'Itip Van Winklo" Nielr. their ears allain the eoutiuol room-
t r ila itrl Oh.s. King, who mendatioa of Pr. Kin's New Dteov.
g4tl a pad masT In "Rip ory for CoNsumption. will have a alog
ii as he opera ho e d Il s hitter 8ght with their troubi, if
i tbl, desrved a beer atbended earlier byfital teirmnation.
uad weoald have b o favor ed Rd what T. K. Bealll of Bestl. ls.,,
i augcr ~aluadam e had It not bhe to wa: "Lass fall my wife had
els teslsmeN eY of th weather, evrtr symptom of eonIumption. bhe
SiI.t the l ret that ie pp ar took Dr. KIlmg' New )iseovery after
I si lteleed for a siioreal everything ell had iled. Improve-
li et ietmH ment eame at once and four bottles
M r. Kiag ls a glod i elor, and ha. a entirely ourd her." Guaranteed by
S*.sapp0n. He Impoerseted she al i idru ts. Price f0O and $1.00. Tri-
f tIr to heiori"sl Rip to pr.S l re
a i e,' m e ha reed II lsnd mwe ll Will Improve The street.
ir ads thee who did attend
0i well pleut d. lretehean. lp Materiarl in the form of vitriflel bripf
*1 b I w w mesy lmpernlted by Is has boen plned on the ground for im-
M. Des Uko, a oi fIe ta e proving Liberty street between We'
1SA.11J06 wi MOd. a tli and Uardeln, by constructing gut-
i K~elg sated a the coel0uelos of te on either side, in ecmplilace with
Sp thit ha pmhoposd to return to the lsnatrtionu of the City Council a
...I in I Februiry with aaotber copl10 of month ago.,
m su he gie liefar' The ntel will be Intalled. and
a SnNedve theta I sno doubt the street pmperly graded and filled
Stha t he will be greed by a good In. This is onu of the moat nipotant
w n thoroughfare itn the city. and the imn.
S- provement will be ajprvelated by the
,A Prlirened Horu, pubtlie.
, uamlag likle *d down the street
dimpi ag the ee Upeat. or a hundred A Costly Misltke,


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Aemuta r Part lhlkeen Mr
EI .rt, per bbl. 10 dos. $11 per dos. $1.f
Blut Kibbon, per bbl. 10 doz. $12; pn doz, $1.50
Juima's llIsI l Id hiadt er.
er bbt, 10 do., s9; pr dos. I1.

oirl th

pay freight or express charges
following liqu' rs:
LEWIS 1866, Away Above Everything Is
the Whisky Line:
4 full quarts ......... 5 o
I full quarts ........ ~2 :
BLUM'S MONOGRAM, 10 Years Old:
4 fall quarts 4
12 (cill quarts ...... .12 00o
EARLY TIMES, Pure Sour Mash Whisky:
BelliId Ln Ee 'rGer olvernmeat Nprrenhlao.
4 full quartp, del ... 4 ,
i full quarts ....... 51
12 full quarts ....... 7
I Years Old:


4 full quarts
6t full q(uarts
12 full quarts

quarts .
quarts .

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C+ t rie
Pt*S brics


2 7.5
4 00
8 O0

We ai, dealers in everything in
Lit l mr line Whiskies, Gins,
Iuil and Wines from
1.5o to 6 I I per gal.

Cream Vermifugt

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1i stl.',. I1 heteby give tbLt I x niount I
i Otleiun t ?AIcIl r lt i tns i tI l e, tI t
? t,. amI!IPrteO! hni*an ::c leoi^ rtirn J
t tl l he uMol H.(.i MaI.M crn.unll i
within aid frw Alabhus ctintv. Fltrird.-
SIl Ithen iad lbers lyf Mfr Ilnul dl( 'l.
ad l urlhr mtainklallon lid iuanrll
u'"1l f 1 ttea *4 lhe masd Herbl)ert Snlb.
dbt 'adlll 1teH rt Jil )t. havllng attal) I
f n tweno$-oM realrs
Ti SePltegl dr :lath. A. I t. lil.
f tIP A% (JusrdIln ton Here-rt s.mlll
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of Health

There is a quality in Royal

Baking Powder which makes

the food more digestible and

wholesome. This peculiarity

of Royal has been noted by

Physicians, and they accord-

ingly endorse and recom-






m t Gsa"l InterLt Oath.
'nd by Our RBportr..

I Happenedand What is Ooing
i Told in Short Paragraphs
Srwt *'He Who Runs May Road"
bhThe Sun.
IWnfy's DLil eSun.
k ON'sR Wonderful Salve for sale
C. COollum & Co.
aliry R. Stoke of Mlicanopy was
gtIo vhlitors to this city yester-

Ladive' eallin cards printed ila test
style at Sun offie. Orders for engra-
lag executed on short notice., i.
Mules for ale-One doses well ses.
oned, d, o, strong mules for eale and
half as many rood heavy wagons. Ap-
ply to J. Carter, Micanopy, Fla. w2
Monroe Vnable of Kanpalha. a
member of the firm of Venable &
Jones. manufacturers of naval stores
and lumber, has returned from .Jack.
sonville, where hie has been on busi-
ness for the past day or two. Mr.
Venable is one of tihe best posted men
on lumi br in this section.
J.I and T. II. Stringflllow, O. A.
Colelough and others, desirous of a
hIilnt, departed yesterday for Alachus,
where they expect to "take the
wood." In proper shape this morning.
Inasmnah as ihese hnlters are all
sportsmen of recognized ability, there
may be something great to relate in a

S,. Anderson of High Springs, one isubnheqent iqsue of The Sun.
leading young merchants anud After a brief visit to this city J. F
men of that place, wan in the Whetstone returned to his home at
llesrdayh. Mikesville yesterday. Mr. Whetstone
i. Hague or Hague, one of the was formerly engaged in the lee minnu-
lprmilneat residents of that see- featuring business here, having pur*
l animong the visitors to this chased the interest of the Express Re
lpaterday. frigerator Car Company. but later
Black of Halgue. Junior opened a in"nery at MhIkeaville. It ls
otr Padgett & Black. naval understood that he has disposed of tie
Operators was tra acting t bal- interests in the ice business here.
In this city yesterday. W. I'. Croxier, State organizer of lthe
nowdeu of Micannpy. mor ern Workmen of the World, has
0. Snowden of Micannpy, Iore turned from Alehu, where he sue-
ru y known among his friends as turd from Alahu, here he sue.
SSnowden, was among e d ceded in organizing a most sueceseful
S8nowden ., tw a the lodge of that order. The lodge will
oo thi eity yeserdy, comprise eighteen members. and will
and Mrs. William Gibmon of be instituted this evening. Mr. Cro-
Iwere In the city yesterday, hav- zier, who is a resident of (lainelrille.
AlemO to consult Dr. Alderman, the has ueceeded in organizing successful
t, on professional business. lodge here. Mieanopy and other points
P. (i. Ramsey of Wacahoots. in the county.
letient member of the* Board of low Miles irlton's Show can afford
1ty Commissioners from that dis- to give sueh a diversified entertain-
SWa trading in the city yester- meant for the admission price charged
is a puzzler, but that they do it is a
,. Olyatt, postmaster, express fact ltat eln Ile vouched for by all
s iad thei "whole cheese" of the who were present at yesterday's perfor-
ilniove village whclh bears his "nino"i. 'The reputation tlhat preced
illwa transacting business in this ed tlir vilsi Ito this ity was of such
|y aLterdary a nature that reat things were ex-
S1 peeted lodging from the reception
ptty Sheriff F. S. Curl (of Archer acorded thle nhw., the praise be-
ia the city yesterday Mr. Ourl, stowed was well dpoerved, and the cir-
b olne of the mnot efficient oflcers iu will e welcome visitor each sea.
WoUaty, was tvn route hlome from son -Evening Journal. I:lizabeth.
will, where h had been on Tiineiill. e '1
M I .inesvi e. ee. .
1 0
t P, Hendereuo the rescli kruwer gRrA.. T.
Aow. was trading in te cityye READ THIS.
. Mr. Henderson is tlhe owner Mobile. Ala.. Dec. 21. I199.
.of the htflet peach irhalrdIs in ir. E. W, al. 1,. Louis, ilo.--Dar
tate. lie recently received trisn different doctor
for arth le treat in the l-j and their remeditv for several years
of pleohes. for back and kidney troubles. I found
nothing success until takinL The
gthe visitor to this k ty y -,' Texas Wonder, IIuniV great Dicov-.
was W. I' Stlhlloartlh the etry, and. being rapidly eared, the old
io inelon grower aini truektkr of laying witli railroad imen is, "(tlod
Svington cliolln Mr Shetlltle. hl"1 ss tea mn who ii vienttld the Pull,
si ns to his Intti ani Sh itle iln iheping ear." bt I 1al.b "(t
tae thatleis the. invllt.lor (fa Halls Texas
is advtancing niely, iarl tlihat e \\londelr Yirsi truly.
patesl ntice returnil. % .It .ANK.
U. W \1 'I1( t.. M iIe. Alr .
J. Parkor, deputy origanii er io)f 1 i o.. M ile. .
I modern Wlt \\rkmnnt of thet World. A TEXAS WONDER.
returned tro m N -ewberry. li re btE (t h TW e W
4 Work ing i the imatttr )of organi- .e l ial the Texs Won-
i lodeof that ,rdri reports der, Hall' G great Discorery, oure illi
Progress, and ii.hetre 1it Idi rlt kidney and bladder troubles, remove
lia 'A e.-'-, (gravel. cunsl diabetest le*minal emis-
i'U ni j..... I ...j.... ... 11"I T .._.,. >... .... I ..

perous, having
round crop fo
charge of t
from railroad
two houses
cality anad o
dres eT. J. Co
A moii the
day was Fran
thep rogressi
M r. Cauthern
been exceptie
that he is sat
produce marl
WI. P. Mome
the nmercantil
street, hai o
Union street
occupied by
Mr. Moseley
out of businei
another place
joy a good I
earry Iruiti,
enibracing th
M. Forman
the visitors t
Forman state
lard and other
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Phlrno, NOtlur
V. I1 MaIrt
lI I1 Ii lie cHit

llh ri y tr, ,'

Ithe city il i
EI T'. 11.ii

1 ii. F1
I. l I Ii

MI l:::;T;.:::i';;
iosd aines I

a brief vitll j

ftt 4i. per Li
"ligh Hprinnit
Horn, to M
Pon, Friday
I-riends crxtr
Mill Walk
of MeClntotlh.
favoredd terday.
Ira J. Ca
merchant of
yeRterday Ian
able ea II,
II. J. Dowl
oity yelterda
nme connea
oollector'e oj
Iteputy Bh
Orowe, oOa o
ern In the es
tor to this e
James O. ;
Luther T. W
oily yesterd
with the Una
F 8. Ote
ber of the I
Samuel I.
vilitor to 0
is a brother
nopy, and u
on a visit.
R. B. Sin
transnating I
terday. He
and had hisi
esription list
John W. E
Overstreet L
fellow of Ala
who favored
visit yesterday
W. J. Look
eneraetio eti
section, was i
ucity yeterda
office and rev
William R.
ros, Jr., bo
or to (lain
came on bui
United State
W. M1. Blit
mout widely
nent. resident
city on busin
i. the guest o
Rivers, East
C. B. Maril
oity yeaturda
soription to T
planters of hi



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ry's IDlSy *U"n AI N Daui lstl., proprietor oW4 WWe-* tO w
in of 14tan Fe wi ied asier of rthe Ilalnek l rutit aid Pro*. (ltees of
y )esed1it. t duef ('ompsuy, 'y. t Uningtot es,. !ueeltoe|f5 of1,ot
id urI ,i T i tn i. r in t I toI rmv0e the wear of theq p% eI w 1 3B
t ist(1 iItitably #qmodelhald for his btu ,I Wht
I.I<,.r lI l. Iril hnrr.ille, tird is Lw l without alInl, el Arpiieit
VlIt ir.ds y r~I.I 'le lationl bIinl superior., that Ibis olklls l
lrrsll f Ne. i.rry we trnde will be increased. Al
r.,ir t ii yr-. Am Iong thoe reon Improvemenle 0n 5gmpldjltri
Srihtg s lio'lltit street is an addition o del* .,
i*t f t.iLC ,npie' ol, Ih**.cou cii~ithtl eii Or I IIf ,, W.i. t, Iobinsmn. Th, Ir 01o0irabeB6
.:rdL liont' [!,I nlwy blwy b lwn On.e f uthe must Tiblt w&
W. Geiger aid i, I) rrilyr icoinmfrtalla e nd lrcti n alb r.tive i li s ti y. ,
favored i. r.viilt wit md Lthis 'li'iti! will tend to Itake it di -
resterday. more on. TIr- Ilassa he alu been e Px*- l
v fa for sale tnded urn ilin tuth side. TtiYI
umShel. ( '. Kiterhnl. Harry I'arrs, who is attendlng the M!ls tllw ikil
Fia. wtf Atlanta Deill Collee,(a hao Me o l' *i V.1
r. anli Mr.. W. It. Andlr- Ihu holidays, nHrry states Illhlt h ti11 *h 1 sm he to41o
mornuigi. r tfei grl well pleased with his school. wheshll t|Mlis p etl,
id ornpArIulatiions) considered one of t lhe Iasl in rke
ip, chaiiiirniiig yniig ludy South. This cullege has turned out a
wasl aitlor hl." win somen of the flnest dtentallrslorgeos tm vilitnh
ienville with a visit yres the Slouth, and in almao esvy l I Ml-tIlslllllt
stance the gratkCes of bthis lpl Iet lIi Mi
rtr. the, hirll in, yuting l o ni aT prospered. ll
Newberry. was in i. r city N. A. COalison, maInagr of Spril A a i
d made The HSunn *gree. Park Parm t a BIenanllUal, was a via. *
tor to thi seily letsrday. Is will bw hpfii
ing of Waldo was in Ihe remembered that Mr. O\lllil Ua k i%
y, having come on bull. Just bm iugh to lbh farm l eearlel ol lii
LteA with thi county tax line Ilerefor cattle, AoRorm pIs tli MmU
o@M. and IHrkshire hop froes 'i flar is L' 1i
eriJ. W. MoCann of La- Texas. mention of wbheh mwas a m libaob"S
f th mos flteIto The un tof Te sday. He illa l A
Ituny, ws amongthe ie the ssetock i lhriillng eislhly, l Iihrni
ountle, wa among the v141.t 64
iity yesterday. to *)y th* *ljn &be N pas "ura fdo |
11ri ln John s. Bryant and ithe fim.
alker of Bell were in the MiMone hL retlrnd S I*N
iterJ ofn11 Weees itb*o Jeekuonvile, when he weal to ati
my on business @oInneidi
Itd sotane lad o*se.o the funeral of his lamer. Mi l14110
d Slate lMid offsoe. N n, the sad destk of whoe .i
an of Mieonopy. a mem- eurlrd Tuesday iht, a e4 hi Murns I
Irm of Osteen & HerrEl, buried Wedneday. Rev. ODr. BNehee 'a
nr of naval stores, was of the Firlst llptis burl of Jlt leso
business In this eiy *@- vill olelcasing. Det ed kht llun WoN o
brothern 8 Mixom of this I d.i, 5J .j
amb of Lake Oity was a J. rMixon of Willison and Mille Z1,4 .
atinnevlle yesterday. He *on of Balimore. and one M IIter, M.i
r of A. 0. Lamb of Miws W. LImbaugoh of J le*s ytulile, IFo
ws en route toJhat plai whom the sympathy of (rileads o i l a
ended. Miss Mionol wll forlt iL
angons of Fairbanks was resident of Galineville, and khad ma.
business in his city ye-s friends here who will leara OI Ir '
called at The Bun office death with regret.
name added to the sub- From SaSo'es md a l me D -s
SUrns. Hlatchell of High Spriag we lm
oalish of Taeoma, Henry among the vision l to thll j ly i ter
if .Judon and Mr. Strinll day. .as
shum were among those O. 8. Turstr of Island Orove' we t !sL
tle county capital with a transeling business In this aity $s akii
*y. errdiy. L i l
e of Fannin. one of the Jame Hague of the vlllae whtisl 4bhl
isens and planters of that carries his name was trsd1.g I the Si .
among the viltors to Ih ctlll yestell ay. ---i 's
3ar. hte l led all The an Clreas (Camp of Osla, Iwell kLows
ewed his subscriptlon. inin thleityraen registered at the Brown pIWI P
Fowler and I. tW. Pen- H ed
lh of Brooker, were vilsit-
epvlle yesterday. Theyll W.W. eslery of Tnlader wsi l li
miness annneeed with the reity Iaetrdca aend minde i Ts Bei.
* laud office. arl*ble ef renela ,u bleb p..i"
oh of iSanLa F'e, one of the ties .
known aod moat promin- L '. Hathaway of Fort Whi \ w
rt of that seetioa, iI la the In hi ei y yesterday on busnleess _aSuuu
eu for a day or two. H. nested illh the United Stie lnad flOid It GliA*4

)f his daughter. Mr i. oM ele, ltmwh d i ,ill
-ofee arrived aI sbegb
IGai hter, Mi B. J. Beekham of Campville, one. of W 1. pt*,w ..tP.i
the most widely known resldealte of lbSai n R
in of Mikesville was in th e mot wely now m to b
Jn of lkeile w in the te East End, was trading in it he ly ity h
y and renewed his sub- yesterday. im iin ,
rhe Sun. He reports the E K borough of Wndr,
Is section happy hd pro E. oborouh of W dr rp
ig harvested the bet aiR. eSntinl the Conolidated (tiOlryl h* SR'"
r several years. Company -of Jacksonvllie, was La t S
)r several years.
e*lty yesterday
gtod former to take ity yesterday. l
wohurse farm two miles J.. Hay..lan of Lochloon, Barrell kd r le M
(. Hudland, good fence; Wiggins of Hague and Chau. Wyan of smllammsll e i
and learns. All farming Jonesville were among the visitor to eo~0S 1WSB :
seed. to. Healthy o. this et yesterday.
sl to a Riod school. Ad. thl ity yesterd y. I IIIi
ime Raleigh, Fi. Our labor contract avres posibleo los hr,
visitors to this city yelter- frort advances to employes; fifty or Te n slali tib
k Cauthern of LaCrosse. lees at three cents eash; $2 per hoan- s0 the 1 IU
ve planter of that section. dred. oash with order. tt. Md roilrc e ll d Np ,
r staLes that hi. crop has For Sale-New Wheeler & Wilson p l
jnnlly goid this year. and sewina machine, f. o. b. factory or A PaImous rfrl
isfied with the prices of aineeville. Apply at this ofice or A.ns "
Eras Liberty street. dwtf
keted. xe and .rows h pl
lted. "r Rev. S11. ,elt, recently appointed utl lid igowhl tg ,P
Iqy. formerly engaged in to Ileddipk. by the late Methodist Con. usual -leaei il sSsM e
e 'sinlsr on East Main ference. is srpnding a few days with knof. seed rm, P. U..
pened i torre on West hi iter. M of DetIolt, fle, $eiiil .
in the building recently his sister. Mrs. n..s hlt
IMlphurs' restaurant. M1s Edith Haird, the e*flcient prin- foelowinig eo priell p ie
it too active to remain eipal of the Rocky Point school, is llaIte lly, llomd
Ga. hPllen decided to start spending a day or two with her parents, quesnioiable mlrit, li
. le will no doubt en. Mr. and Mrs. I:. J. laird, in this ity. antll tihe same o
rade. Ile proposes to Mrs. Warrtn and sister, Mis Mai a hooshokld oye *l 104":
cigars, stationery, etc.. latehell. of High Springs were in te in the land. I
e samni line as before. city yesterday. They eame to eonsalt Ferry'sNeeds are bllri
DIr. Alhthrmian in regard to some dental purity. freshamlleNAll
i of Alachua was amton wrk. grie rof SW Is
Sthim city yesterday. it. Ar o eegSWl,
es that Capt. T. II. Wil. Afterlla leaslnt visit to Mr. and lrowin p*lhO tl lts
hiree Waed r J. I. Wsiwright in this cty. ofl 1A"
r have recently engaLged 1
. I I.. fr* P II It..,,, al little in PJt i up s hel t

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I lsh' bei1mp, arte
IilP tVIn im si .r

Mai,19 bol, as e*,.
| eM f that vhe oer lh
IA', I mew iww t o hial
7. dw r e o a s so l.,

be isilhereputi*h of bs .a

amY pboM toe r.oa M"y

r. ueI. "ie toein l .
nts6eiUron. Punts Gods
om a nw tlfo aoewe o have
Si1P sheu are ap etl may
pla aippn o. They aem Mo

,;eimm, 1g which oare s
tIge plimsay of wort Is Fort MI.
i saMd the ~pr to br or briek
ssl0 **ohr or f a Job mr
Sth Mit es to i dhaeellmn-

e Wea Is sm otqlg tie

stAins tamIgas Smas ws
_1',oMl ilge thui oInug lt fouthr

#' npree'atatv

+ agaM e.i"ty, as ADS.
ieelsp, whoa Mr. !ew.

dn gS o taoewmdp
Ithm 9 MI oP eut M. osa e

hD fthe Beebte me bet ter advha
nr.1';' ShE ewaslg Mr ^. h ad--

gib member th. he order .la
,i11S11 nfTO MA. DRAahE il
saB fi!!he o two a lo. Adrmkt

!^- Oallrl 0( *y -

; i'. Dmepc W, yss a
i wshs v el Reehgl *eIs and well
shragbel this useon, had the
ilIs Wa4sblmgte sto fall ahd

,^ Sih.l ilwll*ll I e ly be i sea.
M lrseger a lie mouths ago re-.

ins the s'eeihnlg bue0n In
w wiNeips!t Mpoilos s sillsoeior4
i t llmlle B lder, omeleton
I sw. Wu'hl mto., D G.,atd har
sis avlilat I Ih ltle Nr toiy ome

i.. e la s eofte flot elegraph
mbb ,Wi0 M.tb 1 hi mlslonuue. a h

I departed for Washk.

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eioiini were glven, but lt I
I t*it Reohilg IdosM will
l lb fldeot.,

M.W.ef Alchua.
V S. Orater, 4tIat orgasluer of the
Us Weukae of the World, ha
lr- .tf Alshos, where Friday
ull he I atitated a lodge with a
iut mmrleMb Ip.
iOhewllioag eleenr were elected,
ad iUaieid tor thle ensuing term:
We.a. i. yBern, W.- The. J.
Ai.; VVW. W, O. .Rousell. J. P.
W. W. 0. PoIfltr8.; Eune Wad.
liuobamer; Dr. J.O. Bishop, med ica
'eanmleri R. L. Andemn ,. prelate;
j. T. Beha'd, golde T. 1.. Wekea
wlireasi J. ,Matalr, Inside sentinel;
WJ. HaiUsee. olntade Mentlnal; J. T.
thawtl, 0.. RuSell and' Win. H.
Uerr, truatee,
'te oler I becoming quite popular
l Mie nsetlon, four lodges havinR al.
Ped booe orntetsed In Alsebut

May Refund the State Debt.
Mloetsotry. Ala.. inc. 17.-Actlta
Govenaor COillnarbl: n and Jlrivate Sec
etary J. Ktrk Jackson left for New
Tork, via Atlanta last night. It Is
ppuoised they go to arrange for rt-
ldifur the state debt. f1.903.000 of



If you'suffer from any disease of the circulation, skin
scalp; from Rh atim, Goat Catarrh, etc., notl
-* will cure you like sulphur. It is nature's own remedy ir
'the bosom of Mother Earth.




is pure sulphur in liquid form. It brings health to the skin,
,life to the blood, strength and vigor to the entire Iboty.
Use Hancock's Liquid Sulphur and Eczema. Boils,
Ulers, etc., quickly disappear.

The uassoek IS StM Bulpabr co..
)r I WM hk e n wd In rVrd to
year IQUVID SLcrtPUIL s1 -m4 It kewsl 0o
mathi Il wtetk Uime It em 4 d mee of Pe4taM O0
a4n Pimptsa o- r tmes a eoe bura4 It ene
elt brprely hewt, mad tAes pleture is rese-
mhdilgL IlEilD MULPrV0 to ar.o. soeswis
tem the above iduNes
W. K. )COm,
Temp4 FFloriald.

The UshO Llbq id sulphur C.,
Oftr mei-- .
rpr nMrly7 two ytra our little Ismy hu
n tllWb ktrulir ol the flum' llt Aitii e Iwjs
ii trtlw o the btit phyarcimnr I wouldd Ma
ullw t riler. I then deirlad to try ynur
UIDO ULP mstR1 ll done bolttll mll cured him
t As. A Ithis wrm a very isubbornsc vr w I a ous-
r ioawdriL edicllne anil foel I it I run-
ot Me" tlhilyv rconumend lIA m qto' l.Imt i
IrU s, ru Ar the t soe of E venmib.
ltsportAillyv vttuvr.
It. all.Iy'tl.lSrVN
ii jMI At., uDaniivle, Va.

Prepard especially for Bures, Sellds. Open Sim, Chfate parts, IRaw Surfacet-, tolits,
PUw., Rounhnorm of FPae lad Headn Wcaly Kleaa, Blck helds and all Skin I )iseam ..
old a all ietlable rug stor Wrie kr i lr booklet lebnllntg itateI Ittilmotlalr ntaid iJvllg
valuable lto at m oonUrs rtv vae la d tallet ue4 of Liquid Hulpillur


faltimre,, Md.


Mr 0. 'Olawford of Galnesville
Weda Miss Metle WalIme of Albia.
The Albia (Iowa) Republiian or re-
eent date sontain the following a*-
nooneementl of the marriage of (i1.
bert B. Crawford orf his oily and Mios
Meatie Wallace of that place:
"MiaH MttLe Wallacs of A bia and:
Mr. Gilbett 11 Orawford of ti(ineswillle,
Fla., were united In marriage Thur.-
day evenlinlpt Ille horn. of the bride's
brother. James W'lac in the second
ward, Rev. Allison performing the oer-
emony. The Itvited ualests were Iar.
risan Hlckinlotwopr and daughter, M311s
Edna, Dr. and .Mnl. Ilysau. Mlr. and
Mnr. Charles Craig. 1Mr. and .Mrie. Cha..
Brown, Mr. and Mrs. M, i. enrnino
Rev. and Mr. Allison. The happy
couple lef t sonue for the World's Fair
sod fromt there they will o to their
bome in Florida."
Owllg to busineu. engagement Mr.
OrawfonI was compelled o return to
Uaineevrile soam time ago. His wife
Is expected today, and they will make
thi city their future home.
Oies From Football Injury.
New YdoI, I ec. Il.-,iuens.e of the
spine, attrihted to an Injury recelv(d,
In a footballl game. lhas caunstl tle't
death, at Laklewond N. J.. of AugIutiuit
P. Holly, .Ir., a former captain of the'
Princelon team. lie was graduated t
It 190fl and was dt l ituly related to
the Vandirlir t Valiinly. 'Vptn lev-
ing college he' entlert, on a butxlnes
career In thislu Cly but was compelledt
to Wivo It up two year aigo.

Fireman Killed In Wreck.
Chicaeo. 1,le it 'Tho fast mail
bound on tlih' 'hicago. llurlingtmo and
Quiney ralronad was wtre ked thii
morning 2 mnll-s west of Itristol. Os
ear Johnmm, Iltiean. wai killed and)
engineer John I'owdrtu was proba-
bly fatally Jinjred. Tie tratii was
compoei orl mail coatehe's only and
carried no< pa-rengers. The engine
and tfiv mall rars hlft the track. Only
a &k ftb.^ ^ -...tI *is%.% #k ja^. ft ._ .

If you buy it of Stevens, its al right

We a ready-on the jamp-for your "rush" order in

this hurry-up

time. Order by mail, telegraph or telephone

and your wants will belled accurately and promptly.

If it a watch, jewelry, silverware or anything else ii
our line, its guaranteed and at the lowet price.





High Springs,


if you buy it of Stevesn, its all right.

Postmaster Chief Wltness in Convict
Ing Boy of Robing Mail.
Indianapolla, Deo. 17.--Davihd .K-Xl
Postmaster at North 'Werhttr, war the
prinripal w I n s a galst hist .si.
MNIVtin K'.v:0-. who wa convtm4l ,,l
]having .cl i tIl ;i ltis 'r l p r 1 1, ,
frtom thv. l n I, a 'nd -ih8N I '.il to ltir,'.
yeri: r i n I 't l.'0t lnwortlh ipri it.
Thsero se4,m.! to b no reIlhitanrc
(n t, par- nT lilavt K~t tIo s.tflly
ail ; *i h 0is 0n [i an.swerel i'l
qw r-t without .fitrt it *,slm atg

Negrcee Oppcc to's Bill.
ntl ''tKig N I t, \ IliTnnlI
of repre t#, iiJ f t, i *I t ii n NNi !
Cargo li;nhav i. '. I ii iw* -
garding ther l attitilit ..t \vu is! Iht meA>
ment for ro.' ili .ng ,q i i' n r.oiis
:at ton in eIII eoi n, g iil will.o1t exclMP
tion say Ihrvy re il,li inI to it abs1
iutely. Thiy ', ui! mjr{.no rasoSl
for thits h plinlon. and the n)it tl.,,ilbl
ful among th'lm find c'iogent r'ea.olO
for the rlinitnalcn of the unII.telll
Kent vote of their race, and Kt, o I
as to Biy they feel confidlnt tht tht
ri-, l l

mte ninn and th Inrnr 'icar, however. i atr ;l' t, rn :e tZe i Iiy all iy, IihN- l ( m een lf value to North Caroll ,
were badly wrecked, The mai clerks t'en.flt. antil i non liI>rene,. wLthiout' alLd to the people of both race.
secaped injury. bhowlriL' enro liia.
S' -- Th filtr tertiflirl that last Mar.e' NOTI C:
t*aboard Pays Back Tax*a he >iilw lioo package SM in bil?$ To whom It t awr e9nern
e .l Tlk1 00 JthCIRgt 18, In hills- Take 13 ti t
Jacksoavlllea. fFla. rec. It-A settle. tO e ret. pt of the m..nonyl.rd.r d' par n t he a e nillrt I t nh mll
rt.: fll fInr :ielnh. il toil liely, i, ;0P
ment hai Juslt been reached at Talll- anTlet lf his tlcir', arnd Iplarc'l It in ,A14'tIia11'sL rr Iu'orl nIlrtr.. m
l Itaraht whor'nuaid ta -.n d 044n itlm... .'. ni
heauei between the SeaPtard Air LAti an eniV ter, in th4 prrem,, er o4r Ili% 1 $Lh aLUka. litu | IS.
ralway andil the an-erntir andl mnn. n-- ----- '1nh. ullnirr minrhlnrtm I....1. aI i r thi


Womtorul Powr Over Disease

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oI I. OChubb Sent Sose$ Olt-
gg PIruite to Friends Here.
1lp ay lon, H henry Chubb.
tof he Uniltd States land of-
til e *lll, wenl t1 tol h a beitlful
% Winter l'ark ito spiil the hol.
Upon making his departure
Chubby, who is ordiuarlly a very
a Ln, declared good naturndly
hk wp Igoing home to "pilk or-
iad forget polities" for a few
He promised to remember two
rem of hie friends here, however,
raadila them a collection of nlice
and hoe lie kept his prolile,
tor H. H. MeOrear, publisher
he Bun, together with his city ed-
a ad Chief Olerk Ly.ich of hlie land
have been retirimbered. Col
hlaing generoutly sent each a
of sorted citrus fruit, romprils-
Iranies and grape fruit. The fruit
iWd In eiellent condition, and the
t joke was that tle fruit was
the. friends of this Ke'nerousu gentle-
who were favored desire to ex.
their th-ili and appreelatlonn
bl thoughtlstl rS, adhi tu asure
it thle llit, will be thoroughly
Ol*. Ohubb has one of the hand-
homes and most fertile groves
Oran e county, and It naturally
i of bl poIseson. lie expeel
pa Irat deal of fruit si.e el*-
iand lInemuoh as It is very hand-
will command a good price.
madlmr .Accident to Steamer lert--

To Ralse Oranges at a Profit
lHk to yourr firt ',, T,) pr,,duce
ballstactli'iy ti .lI',l it II .st routlain
not teLs than su pisr t& of a tu




It was Unveiled at Birmingham Yes

lr:ii.rhn:n, A. L, :)c. CG.--A
Ihrli/ -'lattl ll I r A' E. II. Ilap(
ia unve< i''l iedni-,: munrnlng in
(tiit'l p;arl.k ulnitr lile anpipirel ot
tilea. H,,u.iln :I E t;r- 1'.,l and G(.neerolog-
Irat hl-clt lion, in s t-cIon htIert. Tih
Il;,Ie;l r tlulte lSR a gift l t1) th City
by ihe. naiiKa tition, undl was presented
hy !1r c(''h rI' ,' ..-o,;. of Texan. anil
+wv+- vit'OI ,i4 .1 n i l;,: ( ofr iit h city by.
Ji 1i t .'orn-,. i 1 'i t w., .' of the
ii; vo
(: .- e a L. L . ..a-. i .

S Notes of Pergonal Interest. lirs, *I'I p1 1h l',i t.;> t:): h
San I l- hie
Mlrome, December 15 -Masonie rnnemry. T'!1ir niimn II uHi wie involi'4l
uip lI No. 89 is making great prvpar- by it,. t l:ni I iiI-r otf r. I) avia,
ie.lleforal public histallationr of Ot. and lr h- 1 irmit n iin;ia Illl gIi Hvchxtl corn
,.s on I)eentlwr 27th. Judge E. trihiled ~srnl'w rxcs'lllnt in t.le. 'Th1x
larkel of Palatka. 8. (G. W. of the ttaline lb tall IIo 1e an excellent like
j4hwad Lodge of Florida, will be the oiNSI aind staind- 8 f.ot h.igh and was
,Ripnalll speaker. cast by Hlltnor Morettt. The Inlerlp
lwly arriHvd in town are C. Creaelh tion on the base it:
d Miss Creach. Rutherford, Nr .. "Dr. Wiluli1 It. l)avis. 114
ilavne reunt the 1 ItIitir Cottage w u a ipat rlt Ilhad t o t then world
1p Quail street; also Mrirs. I. Patter- j M patriot hu 1w( not iJ'itl lko'wn
p i and three daughters of .Ima, Ohio, I somh. r.ea an
f"i A. B. Noyes. Waltham, Coun.
A mony Tax collector r Hiolt will Wmon u Well s In An Il
in a town on thL afteruouon of I)eDet'n- Il l
b I 2t to collect Clay county tlaes.
The steamer Alert had the umifor- Bl3fj TYll .
|Iane to break her rutlddr on Sunday
Sand will be laid up for repairs for ,ti.,ura,' n gd*i' I smnliitioi; l.Iity.
lioverl dlay. UI 8 igor andl clhvrful-.
Dr .A. Davis. Stony Creek. C1on1 .11 Wi10 ali' Ippllar
a het th krlrdwiharec
II newly registered as the luf lunta is lit tiau k ha
&-- lt tf order Ur ti1-
Ca t parties in honor of Mr. and lKidne tr pulle h
1 G N o. (leo. Moore ot Brooklyn. N. Y .rt-rin t1o iprva.lrnt-
we n give on saturday evening by 11 for a chill to
Mi-s Hamlyin. Monday rv.-ningK by rn afli'cted with
'IMr. von anmd Tuesday after- wf ak kitlicvs. If the
Sboon hy Mrs. E' M King. chl nlirinaitettoooftIn. if thlev urine n t i
The lfirt mieretllng of tlte Ladis l.its in. the lh. it i. oh.en thle hil tlt reltrhes
c ary HSoiety fur the season will bi g ,~ ie it ;ittil 1IK it it. tontrw the
t ,, it i-i vAt -ffiirtel withl leldwret-
hl ohld on Deeember 1o at 2 :J3 pI. n. ting. lmin.i-iluT1 t ii. tlht'e.tcalt-. th liltt-
nr. W. A. Voelbsnlch's lilape'r i iinti- 4 c1ult i- 1.ilnevy trouble, sa I the lirst
Sled "lhe Free loum o Life s ..trp lo 1w t waris the ttretmn t i' I thi"'-it tlito)rtttilt organs. hiS. u ipl; aMlnt
Revolution Imminent. tr.i11 i Ile v l 1. I IlI t '. i ar it ilitii f
: lilt kril Wit\ a M lti l .'11;-ii i1 Wit 1 ta
A sure sign itf alp reaching re-volt ii,]t ;a , and serious tro t i)]' in your pyttori i ;I lI i. l..p
0 11, ",aiithll teidlt] 11- 1 1m e t 1 I, ll b le ',
Rero urO nt'n, sli'.'iime.t. or mionia..hi ^ a' "tit| kLi Iiit' .inl .l1ti Itr<.jlL,
' Up ets. Electric' itltrer will quickly 6,1hi i ait, thi A silrtMlt' ftc t of
Sl*imembeirtl- trou trlnotme Causs. I wmpt m iws sn!t rI-.ilicItv. It is.ohil
'e IVer fails to tollr the stuoit ril, rPegi- bI ,r[-iri't. i t, ilt fift -
I ste the kidit.rv and bowel., stimuli (tt 'll it1 Irt- l dllihr
11a. the liver, and clarify the blhod. N'i;k:" l;,h"" m'ait
Ro n down yst,.mins lieneilt pIsr. ,, ,,in l ftet'. lM* 1 o i omeof dampRo
StieUlrly and all tite lual a, tternda phlct tilliig ll Olwnit Swamnp-Roit,
111811ietil wa ialik h and r d iiii avi d

EsUtbltbld IBe ELi.

The Oldest Whiskey

House In Georgia

w' I* 'W
guaranteedd 8 yearn old. ly the
gallon $3.00. 4 full quarto $8.m).
(Juaranteed 8 year old. Ily thl
gallon $2.75. 4 full (uart $3. EXPI'IEN PIltErAI

gallon $2.60.

4 ears old, Iy the
E full quarts $PT.7

By Je galloan 2.m. 4 iUll quarts
$2. X40.UUWm it f PAli
Ouaratnld 4yearn old. B lhe
gallon lo2.. f lull quarts 2.76,
rXPrns rSPrAIr
Guaranteed l sea old. By he
pllon $8.00. 1 full quarto 4.6.
We handle all the leadlnf brands of
Rye amd Bourbon Whiskies-n the mar.
ket and will ave you from S per oent
to O per oent on your purohams. Send
for priest list and emtalogue. Malled
free upon application.
0810W.1@412* vOUmwurm ISTRMet



and Building Material,

Sish, Weights, Cord, HBrdvm


E. X. A ProRrietor

P'alatka, Fla.

luster Rye XXX. .............

u am e. *l u -uri *." *m.i rvsUiiiK s ,mJ ;t: |li!g 11i it% Of tiCtillFtlm ;llK &It Ultt. "tt- -.- +, S m,... ....... ..................... 0M
thorough E lTttvn e lectrie Hit; ,,noi.Il le.ttcrs receive. ftr tulLrrS lad M'da..... ............ 8 00 h
10o1 is only Ak*. and thtml i- retiurme f Aita.. in hritimn Dr. Kilher & Co., Old Baker........... ....... 80 o
ftdon't Five I frct'tot tisfact in. hii ;r- t,,i i ,ntrttoi>, N. V. > tw su' i tl mention Royal eal. ...... ............ 4 0
S eaed by all drtiggist. tlii. m+ .. I>< t mnk" n.v mi.take. Lewis 10 T.......... ............. s IS OURn MUO T
1,Ct rositmilhr thi IIalIt-'. St )tj|'Hal- t. (Corn W hiske; ........ .1 60 to 8 00
STHE CARNIVAL ATTRACTIONS. ir. Kilmtier' Swtatp-R.t.. .n ther ml.- Gin ............ .......... 1 0 to 4 00
e -- l'.. linighanatoY N. on every Case (oids at lowest prices. Extrae R w se l
Friday Was the First Decent Day Con-. INttl'. charge for jugs: -galI. 1; -gal.l P AL
cs s.idons.Haei Enjoryt d re. t- ,A,'t' N.,, -hatrs f u retrn,, to n,. Copper 1)ittllo u C..op
Friday was the lirst d'cet-t day M Iiel G(oods Imxed if desired. 6-.16-wm O(
I i,.Il r mil lv Vi Nor it i l,,(.o .,. Nor i,,re- 1 .
6o0eoNtonls of thle likiddell Ciarlial aI I f zmr,,rteu,' mdr aa l r reQueen Cl y ..... 2
'Conpany have' enjoyed in I ainnevilli. ,?,;LV ,a?, 'h,'Ii,,rt r,, l ;h a ey+ ': NOTI'.E I PIIu.In-ATION. Sunny South 25(
tIpj'e lt th, ,rtit ri.a, L r ti hit Ju- fttP I T
And during vr|l kfl ft rnri n ani evening i-,tn f irit.Ir i, ii for A.l ',iIa laI ,m r t t in rtI (( lit EN F .. .. O(
1't+ it' l a Iti itie t s t iim Nll'i s ,r\ tulle % herein 1N m0r1. I .
he show s w e rre fairly w e'1 patrniL l/ t .a i rI ,,. i.ii, r -r "n r t r n ion i',it h M e IN 4e 0 .
'i ,,The o n ~i. .i.mi: ia ni an li I. 11 lrarroi aailm ()etii Nu1tlei is 1h re tfite') that the rotlowla- l .* . *
he collpally uonturd herr on I .- ... t i fei:t. I Sii.'uflti rIei Au eSttl i mn ttler h i tal, ha% nofl" I itf ht ID ten tion ert i
day, but the w,.i tlher on;,t Wedi n 'fty \i.' *r ,sIi r, t air ol w i11iiI.n uri 4 tli if n ftoir t .o I. ilrm.t mlke OIiriiit . .l 4 0
n Y I .to ,' :i' *I -in t" ''It h I. Ir. t lit-e li .he t. tklATr,. thait aid lrKopf will lie n i her,frrr Flirlter
S a Thurulday was pa it ni ,lt tilimt i,, ,,r, ., >'.iourrl ta i,* i,,a oi r N a, i- A .ht u it Ian s tweler t nt ,,lnrlinevh. ikn,. ,leon lDemo + m
a/wo0e Who desired we rE. prevend 'f'"' "I iit, a:*;.dn.,-i,*. I^ tI..,.vDL..OMA, ,,erI A. i.,
tP I m la lte ldinlt T l fir Ifft P qVItiIlg 1 r14,,i e*.. ; :IJ 4 J 6lri 411T l t:;han' A 11icW #d1 VM ffo f tl1e W I- of N,. 1- o c)f 1 |.een. 2.
11" iltt ers Were+l -, .tfl" nh tnat the' .h parent' Y at i ir-n, IN a' I Afa tname the raola liw it wittile-r tO I) pi've
JUt Kettin ill .),it anttl d -l rmiatt. .,at h, Q- ,' ;t I',l :o I ,4 ,1t 'tl. hO htio nto s, re dnlente ulion a l Cultivation
ust gettingl t lr';r i 'I l 't. it k. rlitl h Nlin '4,a aiWf 4, 1k lIrld vli
S, ing 0j1t," )'thnc', th'rn' was lit I it ir *ir it 0I'1 4-nti wo %*t Si..a o Ii t I Ka Jo, n hilro,f \V W'. Philmmr. SNIi, Palmer. I
: p tro a t ', ,h r "i.,i* .l 'iX'" ei 'at ; r. II SN tli*hi. h al i) f .i d.iMnf l ia a.
'I I i %" li 1t Wi %'i't1,a li tv I Wi. i- W Ii0IIN Res.t r.r
S he shows no a rule aret- gd eeaid. C.. +.,*,i..,a, 1 ., .i Iaa ,.a s "'-.' t.,, w. (. eI.Ni o."trr WAVIE OTr
a d worthy the ;atrtnaug ,f r he1 l*b- '.:. a a' I ii. S 1., 1 taI e r lamt.s le L t'%t WI E1i
l* The. Train Hold..,rs. *id l ta ,l i a' a ad h at t aa. e p lrat Col- ,, "lhl,, 1T U%. l,[)I,% -t .-ll tW i lIf i4 1I ine' I c ..
-u ,da- at Cone Islia -. aiander Li.,' ,eH1* liC t 'allof Is lna p t ti r.I U nl it Nit t lta e r I mrll VI"..
dlretion Of J. Shie'lds, tire' at' "-. i.l NIi r-tlat'. ; rt th a t un .rt, N-e- l -r ;, III-
S1 tlly worthy of consideration. lit,,' ,-,r '' n f, il S toe 11 herENi whe nle that the follow li. J
.1 i 1, 0' 1 ,Al I P !% aP .%,. i I I nI nmrd et ttler hatttler h n ft 11 ot f hi Int entlon t. I.
S- --... ..". .t ,,t. a,'.tl iurict' l _I Hut Nl h' lliara frit til ni tk*. m i- nal mairtia f it .iilaltu irt io f hi*t .ilatitu. and



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WI". S"n. and Gaynor Centrov
Beore FPritvy Cuneti,
40la .do, De IT.-The appeal of
ti^": ,: "ir 11Nt" 41( aartlu sther deslalo,
S:" $',:te ot the crown at Quebe
-Jb .si of o Gre m e anmd laynor c
p' be om the privy council tloda
r Msard Clark, klngsr comi
h with Donald MacMaster, kl
1 0 i 1rae of oantroal. represents
i 'lt lt ate opened the case, r
I"a the well kmow WLacts.

LI" .t SI OW wore than Ave year a
Ol'fN SMe a4d Gaysor, who were
f.'e4 with Oberlia M. Carter Is
VSB l m l h eator ontlreact, escape
iS Ind l wm L led in Montreal.
to r atfeI ed to ve years I
i MC th. go larment applied t

wv6I:-9mo -k ( 4u tr rA
em0 .mtmd ic. hr Greee *
AlML ^NiW* Wt the nit was ada

., BJ! II d kdonWn t \ It. Lawr
*fw e e to ebee.t The United St
ia vmest after thm. caught t
b ebe a ittr a hot and drasl
4 e. and brought thm back to I
oL Throeagh abeas .orpnu
u p -l Owen aid OGynr were
MIn bask^ 1 QebMe *sd aftter S
_pIetmkliroewrny te r obtained I
'lt rt Within the lilit. of t he

.. The t rUWl States government 1
0' -0 t1 o a ptrial counell of l gll


'BSean-e Joeet eoder itn ai is
.' lwial Traiaing lohoel,
eqw York, Doe. IT.-Andrew Co
Me ba f tr lo tho city of Boston
M: ON $5400 and become the 1
idniAr Wit. Bh, jamin rnaksllis
.u' .atItlWa fot r landutral trail
"PBrtlw to ao an c nmmet made
t1 M OW d. The Isee etarprIle I
isir Itamtid lonp tb lines of
Ouwpr Instiatute In this city.
-alnami ranklile l n his will le
flie JdtJy of- Biatoa, the asis of $1
W:. ,bilW wal to be lnvreted and kop
.t aMtit for a msntlu, at tib end of w
.tis it wuo to bIo ue4 for the be
S' p tle ofof the appretle) oa the acky,
board of noetenu and the mitll
uptt1 i areet denonmilatlons were i
,M4oned as thb trueateeI, of whom
I I c, *peditutr of this fund aMauld
i i the amount lveated In real e*
r.iwi m after the death of Prean
,, w-ltch took place ii it7M. and it
atfr ousd eo the termlation of the I
lir, that the frli had lcreased to $
S|_ It I astnted that Mr. Camr
0iISIlli. rmlltrt asgpid to donate twirc
ll ,flt4iOqat or the fund for the pur

7f,, ., ".. ."e *- ,,
,., ~
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!. I ti .. Other. Fatally Injured In Ko
S t J Ing from Flames.
nbilt PIluatmaii th. 0., pee. il.--On e
',,ti.jU. a l0d, two fatally lajured ait
iRW SLown o1. ethers hurt from ula
.__i. epl wiadows during as explo
-., iw 0it were Robert Adams and 8
i;1S"the e's Toa Pel tol factory today.
Ii8. 6hma Phippf. of Rome, 0.,
tb* s 64S ad Ola Smith, of McDerm
*1's s M td Mattl, Rice. of Slotovilll.
*1i ,.,Io mght to be dying.
Tbhe explosion occurred in the
e tli ta p room and a paile ensued.
I at f lames snhut oR the eteape and
aIil fraItl slrte leaped froan the see
aid, Sl third i stohl r i Hundreds of
,"'*W -*b"iP' w ai o relatives crowded tlpi to the hi
IIaI to o l bulldinlt. It In belitvred thai
S ofl thle irls succeeded fn getting
K m tw -erp-
tnga c v. 'IL A Motion to QuasS Deboned.
SA *.Japkohsoaiile, P5ia., Dec. I.---J
.It ibbe Nt'Ae Call, In the elrcuit court was de
l e nol"L to I the motion to quash the flndiet
l.boek trtlI agalait Nellie Pltmmer. while,
els is to be IJake Bradford, a neigro, for the kll
LaG*thdlem te o Jobm Plummer. bhsband of the
h tihe federal .etaed woan, two weeks ago,. at D
NI^ ',,lge Ql more In this county. The ldefen
S*sa10tt Willt vi were arratlned Thursday morning
I*iU. hold hoe pleaIdd not giulty. The trial
mis tlhe ass.smet for the Pth of January.
SDora Clay iSrok Weds Again.
,itktil, Nshvtllhe. Tennr Doe. 17,-.--A ipe
a toi'llll to the Haunn.r frmi Valley Vlew,

Twice a Week--Monday and Thursday

F-LO rDAi aY, IxE IO ..... c1904 ONE DOLL 1ij

. I




Col. reene, of Ootham. Con.
fern With Boston MIt


1eth Men, Accompanied by Friends.
Retire to Hotel Room to Talk Ovjr
Iltuation-Police OImarP Preent to
Prevent Gerious Trouble.
Dotan, lDee. I7.-Thomas W, Law-
son, the okton speculator wouse ae-
tire campaign In the advertsluin col
uaas In the newspapers agalnat Amal-
nmated Copper share ha attracted
Imeh attention, called at the Hotel
Touratle here this forenoon to meet
Colonel William C. Greene, of New
York. Colonel (reene was at break
fa&t and when ltawon and the corner
ence was delayed until the New York.
or had vanished his morning meal.
Colonel (Ireene, who sl the leading
promoter of the Greene Consolldated
Copper company, the stoo)t of which
declined heavily In the recent bear
aild In the stock market, came to this
city to reach an andmratanding with
Mr. Lawson, who was charged by the
colonel with attacking hikm unjustly.
Lengthy statements appeared In the
newspaperir of New York, Boston and
elsewhere early In the week, aligned
by Messra. Lawsn and Greene, In
which attacks were made upon each
other. The New Yorker then an-
nounced that he would come to nmtona
Immediately and demand action, but
bli viilt was deterred until today.
The Boston trader had a friend with
him when he reached the hotel. When
Informed that Urevne was tn the
dining rmom Mr. lawmin sent in his
card. The colonel continued his seal
and sent word to Mr. Iawsao that he
would see him as soon a4 he had fln
lahed eatlrng.
Colonel Greene came out of the din.
Ing room at 9:45 aun walked up the
corridor with a friend on either side.
When the New York man appeared.
Mr. Lawson advanced down the corrti
dor to meet hilm.
"flow do youI do. Mr Lawson." ex-
claimed Colunel (Grle. ul th a minllt.
na he extended bla hand to greet, his
Ananctal a ie'rsnry.
Mr. Iaw.ton did not stiteI, Ibn had
a serious exprelsiou. lie had noI hesl
Itatlon, however, in grasping the colo.
nel' hand. and to-'litt ulokern lhe
meetlng apWpared Ilke that of filhndns
Colonel .reen'lt imlminelately asked tr..
lawsohn to gto up to his room. Mr.
Lawson said he wonl' I he gala to do
so. and the two senlc td the *l'vator
with the two friends ,: Croklunel G;re ne
and the men who was dutLh the Ioston
broker. They went (t.*- to Ihe rekmm
and 'hut the door, ex.'T:dinig lita news.
paper men.
During hia cover; rtionr with tht'
newspaper men. befi4. the mrting
with Colonel (lreen, lawlson saulh
he did not receive wol/rum Colonet
Greene that the latter In l Rostoni.
lie heard of the colone r'tlval aiut
daylight anrd decIldti td I^ at tbh ho
Tlhen aevwral reporle nut upI to
tlhe door of thel t room t. found nir

employee of the hotel onfl rl. HA
had received orders, he to taske
in no cards or Idmit any on The
orders camera fromn Col (one' l T wi.ho
alts arranum d with tlhe Ihi i* ,e1i*ltI .It
shut off all telephone ca;St to bhi
While the conference was still In
session, Crhif Inspe'rtor Willlam VWatt
of their lkwuto p;wttee department and
Inspector Aindr'w Hloughtnn antfl're
the hotel jui Ibefore t1 o'clock andI
looked over thel remgiter. Chief Watt<
ha:tu a brief cinfere'inref with ti-r titan
aler of thle Ihotel. When apprtoarlhi,
the crhilf saie he had heard of thse
met llIuxg t wtn Mesr~r'. Green. andl
tawLson1, n Inl tAd had c tl to se that no
disturlbanctl' wa. cnitset'l 1 y the me ,I


heo own living if a(nlwed to laud.


Chicago Laborers to Aid In War on
the Dreaded Disease.
'hirnai- I) 17--labr uLnion
have li.'et u \s ,,d\ to fight the lr.pral
of i ;,Ieri ,i. The Mlireo tulniirsla
ri arnllt,.I. ( ti i c tnitn l wi k, r.
n 't* offers, t1e' ,,mte ratiln of ths'fl
orRg., it.".i'n ;n 'ffirt w i, h ure, t:
be aia!*ct 'o ruinriii i,r) tw i n u t
ttIn n 111itn, s : | l, ill m henliv iY r loni[.
t niin in t shops mtrl faidrt-, .
h+ j 'Tf''ri, n ''ri,11ii1g t., Re<9 re, ary
M1, l4 a.3 f 1,, t u1,, 41f ?i, 'ar r-
dl ct' er w-. :.- -tr ,I :,. I .., an]
r3rp.n.t without t f .!! g .. .r iw itu n.
1an .! I ':- "M t ,nt.. I t

Tte prniec1ruilfn had anounced e
tord)y tiha, 1It case against the prls
onur was pratlially complete It wa
said thai tn ease the defeuee decided
that it would be beat to make an effort
to rebut the evidence presented to the
Jury by AlMtant r Distrtet Attorney
Rand. MflI Patterson would be the
prinilpal wtinees In her own behalf.
Bbe was prepared to tell the whole
atory of her acqualntance with YTowU,
It was said.


Preeldent Jerean Calel Convention in
January at New Orleans.
New Orleans, Do 17.-The special
to the States from Shreveport, sysI:
rIP adlu t Harvie Jordan makes the
annoucnememt that the southern Cot-
ton Grower' meeting In New Orleann,
Jam. 24, 2 and 26, is for'the purpose
of organilaln and conaolldatiogl uth-
era agrlcltural ausoclatloas Into a
central body with a bureau of Infor-
mation on the li ne of the United
States department of agriculture. It
1s not Intended to discredit the gov-
ertnent bureau but to supplement ts
"We prtpose to know as much abIut
the busllnas of the spinners as they do
about otrs," said Mr. Jordan, "As
It Nl now, they kniw everything about
us. and we ara, in the dark. Among
Other thing, it is iour object to bring
about closer relatlonsn between the
1 malfacturer and prouhtcer, that the
price may be exeild ,Ly the laws of sup-
ply aud dermanil, aind not ly thM speetn.
lntor. To finance the cotton ilttatlon
whfih will give the plansiera reliable
data a to Scretlgo, average condition
Sof growing crops, prowpectlve yield,
Cost of delivery to rplliunrs, ost of
mnanufartuling, price at which .manui
(factred al'wd are motd, canamihuption
of Aatvrican cotton by the trills ot
the wrold and the surplus. If any. El.
IIs D. Smpth, a member of the conven-
t1on from th $ultlh Carolina anrtl own
:er tif re live largest mil'P in that
I itatel sIate(, wtll prol)Oie a eonmmittee
in visit the evtrln manufactur'ng cen.
' 10r of the east and fulropi; to inventl.
gate' condlt iu. for the advice and Ibehn.
ctlt ,of hie as ociatlion,


Pretty German Maid Comes to Wed
SAmerican Who Falled to Show Up.
N 'v YrkL. Itec. 17.-A Iprety nild
wMie l.litatld ( etr-an 9rl. iG ritlrude
I Itadek, Is uInder ldettintion at Eils In-
lani and lher roniance with a young
Ildocrr from East. JJveripil. 0.," ap-
plars to have Im'er :,hattl'rel.
Arpcrdiing to her story, slif wuas it
hlavie marriedli him here InmmalnlHtely
on liher arrival front IBrlln. In that
city the o)hican nmtt thl Kgirl whlle
lli was taking a npeCtll cuIuru o|I
AN her namu was called ont In thr'
FeconeI eri'd:
"Thi.n marriage cannot talk pinle,'
the dtcrrtor is my ni'Ithvw, andi I have
eaom to inform this wnman that she
rlllta.t go bark to G<;rmany.n"
?tiis la 'Et ; wa.t taken to icmlt Is.
land. whe re- h-le |it f(or Iho111i.
An atle'ri.e.- c'lire' lntiug (lie i er r
son, 4'ho had ltrallp)d the girl vlsiat.
her laT',r sHt.1 ffr red to( sillll[iy 'i jl
for h er ret iirn horume. hut slho npuirlutiid
his tffter arl dhersl trel whec roilui earn

enleenth annmuil mtlrting of the Sout
era Burgiral and I ,lynt tclugical sot
ty" adjoir(l Tlhrkdit a ft rntool.
The next Iinae of n'i'rlng I- Iouil
- llle. Ky., l)t .I 1 II ani 1.,. t90:> Thil
following officers we're *Iecte'l. PrejI.
41"tnt D r. i C. Ilhher, of lIchl.ad08
Va.; tirt vire Imr< sldrnt D)r. Jobs
D. S. Ilav, q Pi imininghamn: P
'lee prfC0itl 1i I. ,. stnr. :*'
WahtIppgton; secretary, Dr. \illalum Ii
Itfsagard, f HIalinm,,, treasurer, lr.
Charles mt f o Inlln To '.;
me111nl~l r oif lie e#crFil, l)r. Fr \V I'PW
ham. uf New Orlean.

Arrested for Murder.
RSan iFraill, E(,c, Ik 1., I ilr.( r
%f anl A;t ur nw ih t h"sI 0 'h"



Oongressman Livingston
ducea Important 3bt


Statehood *ill Reported On tI
out May Be Ri-Commttt
to Senator Smoot, of Uta% 14
grossing Before Senate Co
Washington. Dec, It -Repa
live IJvlngton. of (ilorKla, in
a resolution today requcating tt
rotary of ilrlcultute to forward
house all data upon which the
port on Calton arealle and pr
was nade. Tho preamble reclws
"there Is Ireat disaat|ufactjln
want of cnfidence In the r9
etton acreage and pr(ducttloa
department of agriculture,
"a to the last report made on
Immellate!y after the senteO
called to orler thls morning Mr.
bridge from the committee N
tories reported the stat hod biUt
gave notice that tmmn diainilty afil
disposal of the Phlipplnoe gve
bill he would move Itn rconald
Rel;uientlng the muilnrlty of the4
mittee. 3ir. L Ilate notified the
ate that he would eit tr a m
recommit the l1ll for Ithe pn
taking further testimony.
Mr. Hard gave notIce of an t
muet confinnll the i)proviionhs at
bill to the rtaei to ti formnetl by.
anion of Oklahoma a nl Indian
tory. and eliminating all rI re
Arizona ad Now Mexico.

Senator Smoot's Trial.
Washington, Dec. 17 Tithe nt
Pses In the Senato r i rnoot inqhlry
day was Mrs. Annia Ki;liott, eof
Utah. She In an rlvidrly lady
went from Denmark to I'lah i I
and left the l.ormon c(';u:r-a in Il
She wan asked ronicrning the obli
tlons taken In the tim'apl, and
reqtteilhtd to re le'at as I mlh of the
omoniy ea she coul d rentr ni lorr.
was shaken with mnior ilon ;A i She
that the o t0xll ji,)n Ai or-. ') Lndeit ll
she cullld not : r I (t ri, ,. lI t
chairman n Burrrowns tilil h. r r I lake
own tlinL and not to b, mi rrlar
By show degrees Mrs. vi:;lit re
ed the c atlh of vit ig ;n1'Cr aindlT the
rimon penaltl; uirrli lI l>v 'ither

At the requnent of Mr. Tal iir
Ellott d'st'rin.d tlhe ll'?ii>nIme n
by Mlrrnihns who h;av', tat !'tCi the
dowmnirtti_ Senator oir iait 8i a
If every Mormrin in gnul -ianiiinf
co iirflled to wear the ga;,'ril'fnitl
the witnlte' sal ta hi *!t .a 1 iih
mnns wear ihe anrn-n'n s ias nnA
elothing looking it X'ent 'r KIa
Senator Ovrrnman asIel, trh., witness
abh were ,vry Mtormon in
itandlng in the coniittiniit l rI'Htm
the garmenits on,
"Ye's, sir. t lh y hnv ." wa. t This Irovokeicd a'iginiieri, anllI lie h*
eoss repeat.tfd:
"I know illey alt hiave* (h1'lm i~n."

Next Meeting In Louisvillte.
llIrminghni Ala.. le'. l7--.ThP S