The Gainesville sun


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


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

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Source Institution:
University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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aleph - 002027045
oclc - 32993937
notis - AKL4635
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1"'0101% t.s l ,w
BlgI l S RSta's, w;i. ve

b lid within ter a,
e ia t $" e 8. ... wil be d..
i S ti*PI i f e' !pitolhg rpllp
Sw, oo**al ii Aind g"wieew ai de.4
INd t _~ llat, *I. li pum

Ofli Pat 1 iwill d eling ape4 u

Sth 4*o* far hatleg apperatea.

w bdelep hiepr to sthe ert that W
wIp thar bi a pleat w.Idl will
Slth murbtMaithaq evti Sea liquid air
0w1 A hici agiag *eleo t willbe eqtiv.,
e$tlle o to3 0ean a I .

Tihe ely"iOd bteist add iret'.i way ll
lW1 Mw' e t ia etari'le tis r l a ,id il to do what
!ea$ h el loati geodo sad do it ? the bet
o4 ai ear. Doie' be afraid, of Wqrk.
.1St ohei d nolt h if to look st li, 'If
i.'*a Shel elo l' i telayted to do the work them-

h64t.1011 s0ps gMia all Daken. Iwon't waste your
I 6 #0ili:i. wbw i skieiobiRethemI. Jut take a
i el;l1twill eo"i-r jobof any id sad iddo Ise littl better
r ethat w w l i loole ha o ye loyer texpetets and stick
IAll sowa Ewei. fttoi it ieil yo 6 get something better.
i ReSSic 'sid4a *d,11 Ifyot try say other plan yo will
qI" Im 110Aind dirko a"lmlgo ItleOleN In poverty all the days

41 lie nlbatitil^a w !ite girl wa Germany ieslering from a plethora
'b yh iis' d ly$ 0e0 io0 4o doetos. tMere aRIe neIrly 0,000
Woo boyo.e1pd of(tblspin theem-lre eqw., which is
th!s toFSOu. of the lth opl tH y there i
iW I -,,. w. B B leti 8 iIa6 l.Berlis 'ortsi per eont of
1 i ldse.saapl.o the1helMoayinemes belowl714 a year.
er si e. -th hiasory SiweOy-seven per ea*t of thef only
S thereailtag $$l4 a ljeir. while iseCoast from
pot'j #,4 to. 7T,40 fao a mlan or woman to
;^:' 114mis' Sgii iwudy medielleand, establish himself
W wbeil and ia u .s i tMl hn a fair plrsesielbu notwishlssdilng
..W,'o LS W Wthe 1diee aegleo g sedts *al the e number
hR i A Reiewei "ee of IlMvd.e l eds aetudei oonstatly ly
Sissto MeeW1t5M 2ia. ______, __
lfpaS. awns 0I Ope of thel Bte requisitof the
Seeft, i meder armer la io liain taasaahe tfer.
,lVpto de o*h 4 maa ul tly of his laun. His land Is like a
i b r Slth will tOi bak. The biak Will not have say.
L I .tth0r.h lantel tila Q at anlaa Iit S1 put there. The
a&hut t deaity whilh set will give iat it has roeeived and
o aoftd)weeid make ea arn give p. more. The best farmer of
pe. this day I the me who provide' fer-
Tllity In soae way.
iMW al-ts,, tsllmthat our lumber sup.
S0, aos ls to ,sae the ply will be en halted In twenty.five
V'. 8R.roeeI, the preidebat le, oar apply of Iron ore la fifty
S le at wile atsoe-. year and 0oer stak of hard eoal in 1M6
4It$Ic Bof se a 'vlItm yeare botthere is ino need to worry
l* ia the gd old oer this pro1pet, for Amerlqan In-
ylai.y The Atlanta enulty wll nad as aubeitite for all
$e P 1 a 0",al ald sm, to tihee hilag when the, time come that
iryg 4stl*iwhWhiohs0ihlb(l, It Is netesMary.
t^ s oedetablappiy oa the Trus s,. 1 .
UylsogMaeleTOaeofPenn. A aMny maan attacks business *sue.
Sl*y always fuetflly hlled up, ewes. 'Eeribody likes to deal with
Sand tr away A Republi- eloeeablet cheerful people. We in.
ft. ae h Jsrse the*i pinig *sAlate., .A,., o rabbed4
e MB6. tipaidae e rocM. loenaamiipilbl e character, no meat-
Met oS Not ea to rihk SIe ffect ter how abl he may be. We would
afniag Mr. a aupos a doubtful rather do a little leolk business or pay
t, t Ye 4Ierobl bhot t$r. Kaoaas moore than so toide wit4 an optitlit.
e rmtlie-besMas6 that utN easoper *. M
U "aooe by the peple la Aecordlin to The Natinnal (eograe-
aMnMI, O. mIkt iIall thim th per- phic Maalnthe the total catch of food
., Mslela of ld he Rpabli1ean attitude flhal inthe anlted Statlesand Aldaka.
tia trts andthAe preid*de a shows by the laui oanvasis was
d *ci. ioasltatleI a eg Pmaopie lot,14.8.9$ pounds. valu4 at ,s..
at thIs eO e e1 0pllto of Re A1ll1. The number 'of men em-
P!!I" s ? phe i, "i h twh04 W t pits ed was 114,056., and ite capital in-
a r m yrr41rnr t o10t I ttsd was a7 ...
w M. baa mheda about the
s !etwt heyhs a(,leld, tso do. Mn of seie.e like to figure. they
ht ae bim darousi. to the Re.- ow lla tin g odaysia toad will
0td J4so L10 cut worsm, LOW gtria-
a!elg,. Phild**er 0, pal6in podl (I,o 0 legged worms) 2.1u0 sow
Still his et!d el. as Jask the bgst., MOants, 80 weevils and 310
gstller.melpietd byi tame round beetle All A. rinjuriousbut
eabi litta oto..ia that had been eare Ustelass .* 7
i 0 llyteMl.o to c rwe lad 'tremble *1.
w. Wheiapoi hluallyi to lit. should Tetlfylaglin her luit ,for breach of
f, a V i lat dlvertin of a promise al fair Kiansa. plaintiff said
amp"iga whlib bdidl f'r to prove ex. of the or tel defendaiit'p flrt kiM:
emelyf seres ta most other reepate. "Whoe he kised me for the fest time
Ap omM teleponeM lelturens lae he ald it was athe sweetet khl he ever
ba haugd with sayRing a hOrrible had. It took him about an hour tokiss
r gp 4 lel w th thei to be reformed at ma."
y aI p e I' J dl, o He n Phtha nder lon. i = n--^ --hi-=n.e r !o .
O.e"sea .alst do tata the plat If that cement FreOoh statishlan
am itHi am ieated tract. wlsp says that 14,00oB,0 lea h been
I the forme, *tolriey'geaeral at. hilled In battle wiithti *he 'pts. een-
lw|m pt ow ae seriMaly i a "ura, Milg tyhd take the eatolel count in.
blpeekse however tor the *dlaatolo ateed eIh oflth recpoidentlial aruage
4. r*tha1selt*lta
552tc e~pk 'B 'Many of M the aen oui d learn wl-*
l ,o l be does fri heo postage stamp. Its me
L te. 1a bgno sEeye rema nb sl fulseidepeb as U *It illetin to
i s; e:a @. 4taitls atll It g ate there .
: I* fm as Ig edoat how far ,

4 1l(Uhaailtpes.lDch plow he waika fhitelf. Is'. his cstlonery. The man

iS thft i l, lo hat 61o iilli t l t i d .P ha ,
l'; mbis eisuiiit i .' 4 tta ot Pa.B iihies 1e1 ,i4.04 t4epl .lit .fa.

^^w"'^"fftie beJ^^,^ ^^,'f e.^!'^',ItlIt^ .. hen Jlr, elpe* Isee *IaWH1 s't Ur*1'i."' 1 .,''".,'*" ~SI ^^^ni

$ 1-.It w ill o U pera before
Iab MmuM wti ba pa A rearn dianen
sha 1 A. gta. eaof sgar
poiaet 1 prte.ite or i s ut h of
to 14iwnd Whoark h iuial experimell
i t1 1- Sbhe piasling of U.i)o acre
with ugar beet0. Ist t found that the
4Ii oi4ethlre 10 favorable to She o ulaent.
Feeooreas for the manulotnse" of iuser
from the beeisarp tot be eretlt i The
prnjet I* made possible by tIhe ousar
bountietcanven lion and the proleetiwe
tariff o1 l 01 p r 10 lp|olindl.

Allittlei latter .if fifty r a huudredJ
thontiiard dollar outsv nu figuree with
Joiher Ii. loWLuIe0llter when he wanti
his way. Thus hoe needed a hlitle
twelve acre adjoining farM to round
euit his greaestatie in the 'oearotiea
lUill. The farm at a liberal estimate
was wolil not uoer 10,00C, but ite
oWier. aware of John D.'s eaperenies
in get ilt as mueh in okel a* i >iurt.pic,
Pest the prise iat' $OU 0,00 "All rii,,''1
said John I)., 'I'll take It," i.d ilate
trade wasi aoied.

L'tlitald States (onsul-Oeiveral Vr-.
nial, at )upich, beilevel that nw is
the golden harvest timt for Amerri an
hlrse dealers. The Ht iniaa Aediet
'rohibiling the exportation oft horses
fro lthlit-ilardomaine has erevatd a
hors famine In (lermany, Mr. Wor.
snani writo the State Department, and
horesa that would not fetch more than
11M or 400 a team itn this country will
readily sell for from $1.000 to $1,00 in
The method employed by the Jai*.
aies e in the Identsfleatlon of criminals
by the shape of the ear i fully sea
forth in the pollee exhibit In the Pal-
ace of 'Edueation as the World'a Fair
Although the Bertillon and '"finer
print" systems are also employed by
the Japanee, itdentlfIeastio by the
ear is enosidered by them to be Infal-
A large oil palntila of Vice-Ad"iral
Togo. eolnmander-i-eOhief of the com-.
blined Japanee fleet, ii exhibited In
the oompoaing room of The Japanese.
Ameriean Weekly, the Japane*e paper
which is publhised in the Palace of
Liberal Anrt at the World's Fair.

A double-magasine Linotype type
setting and easing machine, exactly
like those that have been Installed in
the United SBates printing oeffie at
Washington. s exhibited in the Palace
of Liberal Arts as thi World's Fair,

The closest living relative of Ueorge.
Washington Is )It. Attilo Morosini,
wife of a New York banker, who is a
a great-great-granddaughter of 8am.
uel Washington, a brother of the gen.
eOral. _
Mrs.lettyGreen.saaid tobe the rich-
est womanl. .inthe. world, haei ain em-
phasixed her scorn for luxurious living
by declaring that sice would rather
own a donkey than an automobile.

Moat of the great movements of wo.
men had their origin in Amerias. O(lne
of the strongest was the one conducted
by one of the greatest leaders among
women, France Willard.

A Clhieago girl wrote the beauty de.
partment of a local paper and asked
"What is good for large feet?" TIh.
reply was promplJIy made, "bi'i
A perfect model, ten feet .quare. of
the bulldingi and earmpuo, i's.f the .ri-
versity of Missouri. is shown In the,
Palace of 'delaition at thle World's
The km press of Jailan ha promi rd
to give at her own exprnoe artificial
eyes and lJinlmb to wounded Japanese
soldiers who may requtrs them.

A force of 200 men id resplired to
keep op the beauty of the lawns, flow.
eor, trees 'and landscapes at the
World's Fair.

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In addition to the fact that she,, un-
derstandsi ment, the Widow has the ad.
vantage in that she Is not afraid of

There is a liaptiss church In anta
Rosa.Cal., holding 200 people, which
'I built entirely of timber sawed out
ofs single redwood tree.

Trains io Speits are certainly slow.
A rate of ten or twelve mile an h our
10 oneiderled a 'od a eerae of speed
for every-day travelers.

It6a mueh easier to tell how things
sboul4 be dooe a l -Iu it is to demone
strate the aidvansses of a plam by!e.
-Pl~Best..' ..1 : *.',"'

isu iti..n I ih i w itpap,
~he 1'aiaae i4t l4l e'Al An. (iai
Wol4's l air. The pietr mad., e1l
water pl rf variety hat can be esaiiip
e iined _.+. r. ... |
TM 1 becoaint a gra opio1 pr.,4
duieng ipif*, the liernruda doing well
Share. One farmnir shipped liftty eri.
loadifronim Irty five oeres.

(Jovernnipoit Irimeiot.)r lised uoi00o.
0.16,14( live niimlsfast tast yat ri ia
est of a litth ll imti. tha.r a erni taoh.

Ther. re* about I 40j.0, nioeb.'-r iiilk
the oigarnimktr' u(niu ailJd they pay
thirty ceftif R veek to ke W ii goiig.

The pa ers are still saying the yield
is the meOst imnl'orsnt thing in tufrn,,
ing,'but it is Uott; prie Is.

sometimes ltle iuolS eznpousrive
tliOs are rthoch that are present-d to
us*-ohildre for instance,

The man behind the Miln d eauehthalfial muoh *oinselrnatiuln as
the man under Ihe ht'd.

It takes a loiuK pocketih)uok to keep
a summer girl initrerted iii a Jwan all
through the Sieaon.

The simsiMe life cannot lite the ud-.
1l life.
Marcus Cndl'is Fifty Years Old. and
Has e*n In Gainesvilvlle S Years.
Maerous Endel celebrated dlitirday
two important events-his fiftieth
birthday, and the thirtyl-lith anni-
vereary of his arrival in Oaineiville.
Mr. Endel ip one of she oldest and
moeetpore..ii. e a.ifi; in U ines-
ville. When he enme here thirtty-six
years ago he wae only a lad of fuer-
teen. With that pirit of enterprise,
however. for which he has always been
famous, he entered the buoinesl world
a year after his arrival ina (ineeville,
and hUa prospered ever sinee.
"There has btan a big change since
flrnt I landed la Giinesvill," he re-
marked Saturday, "When my father
came to Gainesville it was nothing
more than a village With .nly a half.
dosen stores. When I went into boei-
ness. if I remember correetly, that
made the eventh tore. I opened up
with a very fair stock, and enjoyed a
goiod trade always. These were good
old day., and I often recall them
among imy pleasant memories."
This Company is Operating Extensive-
ly at Tiona, Near Gainesville. II. J. iotter of the
4mr*t mn rn.P lsphatev0omp iany Tloi.wiiai...
In the city 7aturdtay, Hle wasea route
to (Oala, where he will spend the Sab-
bith with his family.
Tiogs is a new station on a splir of
the Jaoksonville And Southwesteru
railroad, located about
the westward of Gainesville. The sit-
tion wasl etablihed by the UVnion Cusm-
party, who own aild operate an exten-
.ive mining plant there, enploylifi in
lie neighborhood of a hundred handed.
"'We have a good depollt of rock at
.oga and iln that vicinity," resuarked
Ir. Potter, wiesn aken d kegardeing tthe
riclty f hllt plant. irdiiiarily
'.te keep our force busy on full time,
tsi i then recent rain have had a ten-
dency to che'uk our progreiii, silnci the
pita beoet>ine filled with water and it is
imposiitlee for us to Wirk."
.1r. IPotter feels sur that the I:ron'
Company, which mi yet coimparaittely
in it? infancy. will pay bi dividends to

DeOath at Archer.
Mr. W. I. Hahs of lsuton died at
Archeor Friday night at 9I o'lock 0o
ountuiniltIon, after a litgerintg illness
covering a period of several months
leoeased was surrounded by his par-
ents and a number of frieteds when th.
sad end- eame. He eame toArcher
from hi. Northern heme about three
months ago, with the 'hope that the
tlimtic change would beueflt him, but
he arrived too late, and notwithstand.
nlg that he received every possible at
tention, death relieved him of his at-
Change of Schedule.
There ha been a alliht ahanP' of
schedul* ever the AtlanltieC Uoalt l.ine
The train for Hilhb Spring* which hal
beea leaving Oaineeillle at 7 o'clock p,
t, Wll In future leave at 81,48 as pot
the old schedule. There will be no
hangsie In he other trains, however,
and "e public will be goseried ae-
a" 1111l1 1 I '' .

B *.V ,;, .




..o.. a* 4o 'own from ( la esTille with
Irme anpd I thtl1i KO A einrt his dogs eapreisly to hunt wIldcats,
f Lslo badp lr. 411pOli &p fatraoi
,LARO1 11 ART I MEMURIHIP wIldelss and a haif.grown kitle.

The Aesoclalion Wll Mgain With Char After an ealtiall ohase thell ta-
t"e M"m""Wip ll "i i IO N C ONeed AWIn killing o large -atmidth
#r M ember ship of 1.60 W hich W .1 little one the t third ma d40 h- E
be increased before Next Meeting. vecape. M;r. IDesa has "ite l ildle s a
An interesting SesSion. trophies of the lchse,
nlu ompliane w(t th e call. a large 'lherlgVennell is a hunter, *. 1'
Number of.cilitensetputat ieo 0urslad hehis never lso happy ao when hfl.
house in tis oit y at .o lqok Friday.l'. I Addition to the Reoul dr Fr Perohiutl
fternioMn for the purpowle of organ- Ora for hUlnil. d own orlit1ins hltc hat
Ising the -jalneseille and IAlhu insakes him a terror to vildners.
Itmnt, Hosplnital Association. A -Bronetiimme.Denoor t _1____r_=___4

mirked4 feature of the meeting was
,the wft that all present were repre.
sentativo eitisens, which gave from the
beginnala a prestige which was des,
'tled to Garry tihe project successfullyy
ThUe leti4lg was called to order at
the appointed hour by Dr J, Harrison
Hedges*, who eaplainil its purpose,
and the meeting was leimpl)oflrritly or
planiMed by the seleOlioun of Dr.
Hodges as temporary chairman, atnd
Dr. V. Lartigue as tefripornry scre.

With its companions, heartburn.
flatulence, torpidity of thu liver, con-
stipation, palpitalion of tbe heart.
'poor blood, headache aud other uer-
vuut synptoins. sallowv skin, foul
tongue. ol feis ive Lreath amid aI JegRion
of olher ailmeite, is at once thile inot
widespread and destruotivu malady
amongll the Americant people. The
Hletrbhite treatment will euro all these
troibleo 5). bottle, to ld by W. M.



Uaft ^.
Yo iwI ?~g

Lke CheokI U k Ths
I.Isi Aiwaris llrM W t4NM'k""ttI.l^

Pive LUa *Hogd cut ,$ m Us
Cofftl Packages nd a a -cent
~taanp snUtte yo (In iddItlon to
tir legrlar igs e Fpilumj) to
noe vote. The icenst Liamp cov.
s eour 'knowl4dWmet to yO
tat your Utimate Is rWordod.
Vyou sn asad as many rl0.
Lggl ggg ggyld

vI gto ,bewsi t o the ape00t Iss
carev Bet h ems W M's PaF e as P*r d
We ale oler V iISlwsil Ca is.s tlessees
Clskh. (P~rttlrl B ielebease 1UseCdis.)
HOw Would Your 4m0. k lon ,
tverybod s cot you will sei
easvied theme is so otenir G O sh value s or t M tU
welaue ag ouradvenlilple moaeye thtbth of &U-y wb all-Ww
Otmplo atllli d PnRUsulf Ue

SO L l0 P C.. ...NTU .. 0PJ

The secretary liresented the ooUsti. THE NEWS FROM WINDSOR.
tption of the assoelation, whleh hbad
been carefully lPreaitredl. Upon me. 0. M. PMhfer's Success at Fishing,
tion the eonstitutloui was unanimously Crops in Need of Rain.
*0,opted., Windsor. July 22 -This should, bp
The next business in order was the the rainy season, but we are not get.
lotionn of officers, wich restilted as ting much here. As a roeeAit of the
follows, thero being no opposition: lek of rain, many people who are
Preoldent, Hon. Ii. F. Dautto; W. anxious to set out late potatoes are
I. Thoma. viee.prelident; (eo. W. watching the weather signs pretty
klyde, second viee.president; Dr. E. slios.
LartigtUf, secretary II. I'. UIlharuds, (ottoui is frulitlg heavy in this see.
tetaaurer., tin, and the prospect for norn is good,
The following gentlemle were D. M. Phifer has been having quite a
elected -e a board of trustees for the run of luck with fish ately. He has
ensuing year: lion. W. 0. Robinson, caught three or four ten to eleteT
0. W. Chase, C. A. Oololouglh. Perry p.und blaok bass during the past few
M. QolseU, W. B, Taylor, W. W. weeks.
Hampton, A. J. NeArthur. H,. Tay. We are sorry to ohronielo the sad
lor, Re. Those. P. Hay, Dr. J. H. ooeurrence of Mrs. Ooulter's death.
Lodges, Dr. J. F. MeKInstry. Jr., and The funeral took plase here Wedne".
VO. U. Podriek; e.e-olfeio trustees by day evening and was largely attended.
virtil of their positions as ohairmeg Major Dun, who has been feeling
of tie Board of County COonmlslonore quite unwell for several days past, we
aOd City Ootanell, respectively, Dr. T. are glad to state Is now able to bla out
F. Thomas and Geo. K. Broome. again.
There was a great deal of interest Mrs. Unthrie e spending a few days
manifeted at this meeting. Two hun. with her parents here.
dried and fifty name were submitted R. H. Montgomery is spending a few
as carter members of thile association, days with friends in VlWaahoota.
this number havlin signed a petition Alfred Wilkerson ha been quite sue-
to pay $1 memberhip fee and 1 per seeaful killing gatorr. He brought in
yeiar. ke. Thop. P.. ay and Rev. several mor hides the other d4y.
J. Carpenter. pastors of the First .
Presbyterian and Ksvasnsui Metho. Baseball Players and Foot Racersa
dist churches,n made appropriate re. tstios.l. Kruger. ex-ethampion long
Dtarks eoeernning the necessity of a ditaonee foot racer of Germany and
charitable hospital nlu ainesville, and fIollandl writes, a(idcor 7 h, l iPi
ii" th .0ot i nonom, of ihese reiarki During my training of eight .weeks'
were heartily applauded., oot race ai Salt Lake City. in April]
Upon motion the Alaehum County last. I used Ilallard's Snow Liniimetit
Medical Society was requteted to sug. to may greatest satisfaution.. lthere-
gest to tbhi organization the names of fore, I highly reominniend Snow Liui-
suiable persons to serve Oh the excu, I melt to all who re it'iln bled, with
lirMe' cU---ritmil"ttM as pi vidd s t *praInc 'brutisp or rheunatilrq." 21e,
te oommtittee, as prodded by the b., l tle. Sold by W. eM John-
l lat i t a t ic ?I "o t S r W *' l
It was recommended that the board .' '
of trustees immediately send oat eom- NEW LINES FOR SAVANNAH.
mitt oe, to be appointed by the board, -
for the purpose of soliciting subeorip- Two of Them Wilt Run Transatiantit
tiobit In tht city and county. 8teartihips.
The' ladiea of (alinesville are deeply -
hIntrested In this movement, and willI avmnnahU a..J July 22 Three new
con rgsanise tIs au|Ilvmry asocation01,,1 steanulthlp lines ar', annaneed for 'So
lowora vim-auxilsiary wi.thhla. ll, .A allt'Ito imma veVsiees put
9or i eontmperatiotm with thisAs. np.
seitthe regular lailings and the advan,
A motion :as made that th#,board tge tI.n ratcs they will rifr wii
of trustees proebed immediately in the pIre. of rrvat beneft to the port and
matter f s$eouring s charter for the to shil)ers and importeris of the lant
assoolatloen, which will be known as the riot.
Galineivlle and Alachua Oounty oas. Two of the lltn 1 will be trausatlan
pitil AMociatlion.' The affair willlbeof tic. These wit be tihe Argo line. be
a qhar4table nature, and is is proposed tween ilremen and Savannah,. and th
t eoreet magniflceut hospital buildings Anchor llnes. between Barcelona. G n
to ocedpy a space of one block. Ismlud- oa and Savannah. In the Argo lint
leg lawn and out-houles, will be the sitemainslps LouAsiana. Ai
This movement hal been on foot for abama and Florida, all of tapge ton,
veral nintis. and inasmuch as it hai mage. while the Anchor ll*rs wll.
a, ied silth headway tire ii no doubt be the steamships' Algarytaa. ''1etorts
i: t Iwill now, be acmplishe d '
S t meeting f the association and ol
ill beheldubjet tothe call of thea ldelles carrying treltht direct. those
bord of truiteei,. lltes 'will carry passengers. J. F
t ... e ...... ~iatA & Co. will he the agents,
Thre&I QM filised r tst. The third new line is to be from
It ial thie lntolm of the rldvntlntin '.ew York to Savannah. 'The stam
SitoIns of tIpe mt 1" llcl department, of shIp Stabre. will be tla fIr"t tO ar
2.uemm'a tmuni .uity p1 Ihltsii, t'mmlnt- irve. Eteamert & Co. Will t1 e the
slIm tu denWit)ta, hy baiot the ow gents of this lne.
'atid.nt wh It.y i l lhe'mi titd ie i. h llne+t
peCtel "+to 'do fie right thiUs ulndr '
dll elrt-uotancen." Th surrimfil The pillI tlat will, will Gil the bill,
'StMdent il moored witb a special prils Without a gripe.
yI' tihe faulty. We bel tve hbiat meul Tonlesne the liver, without aquiver,
I* len Ia rully lthe inoet calpabie :of 'takeone at nllts.
l'elose and it not idelinttl with the. De.Wil Little Eartly ,ilel are small.
SS edalist is probably his osperto eaIy to take, easy and gentle la etuo0 t
IS sit that 'oe to tanke up tl set I yet they are so certain in results that
Iitlriimd s otnii praytt llopt ...- in OtIe wo uae, te m ti dlappeinlld.
Sfles tMt'l Jo uriaall.. 'Fo quiiek relie om fm blliooemsas, iek
Sr1 l ^ i iliheeie,1 to idliwl4r,ja ldeti, dl.
snI a lh< mmml *t laiostemia

S! ,''''ZTt +..drop D?(IM3 WOlO. .
hN A Vr.rI ;hly ate :.thOtofflcerw
of t~e Antlcas'u flt who nlave bi
1i11 with fever are dolin well, rsa.' i
lHerald dispateb from Trieat, it haW
ben decdhled by the fleet ndiedl htoitr
that all the fevWor ae e puro t
phOld. The di a h *mban traeood
to Ice pureh d lit4 AtlI Orwet
rollef is felt that thler i s aoew out
break of the diaeMo Cap tbe Kr19ar"i
or other vesills


National, Stats 8id CagonlrIti -
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(,; V. B xfrum--FruatkllneousiF,
Uteo K. Kobitoa--Mfatiron county.
OWo o. lnoe--LBrevard county.
G. A. W. Wendell4-i dsdern county.
A. .M. Ode'halin-Ataehub county.
For Governor-lfon. M. B. Mtear.
lane; )jllsllbor).
SOeretAiry of. tate-John F. Hort,
Attorney.eoneral- Fred 0. Oubber.
ly, Luvy.
CoowpiroUtIer-J. L. likipper Polk.
Trweurtrer-E. M. Breleford, DadA.
Suplirtntenden of Pubtis Intun.u
lion,--W. R. O'Nel. Or 'ago
Oommlteqonet of Agriemltare-J. 8.
oi.ley,. Purine. .
Railrold CommisiicNr H, J
Rltehie. t. JobIS.
DJoulte u0prme Coouto for oams of
i* ji I-W. ,. 1ibppplad, baibis.
Jqetioee Supreme Q ourt-0, 8, Ftrt,
0.l.Aboro. DO
0. 8. Adamsn. Dval.
IB. P. AStell, bavl.
* Cr" etioiat Tiohet, '
Fim Colngreeilast Dftrt*4. a.
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Silrift Ordered to Take Evidence
About Montgomery *ligz.
M4e nt,unomry. \l, Jnly 22, On In.
stnrelutn from R R. %lteDavld. Inmuir,
ante ot)nmli sitsiner of Alatunipn. the
sheriff of %int Niuiory coitnty has em-
planurei;< Jiry t tInvestigalt thlie. fire
of Sotiday morning last which d(lstroy-
i.fl the plant of thA Aalibami Rift
Flmortig uipan neaer tit oily.
It Wi t rti*mi lembro that the
watchman saw 'a manm Aittlngl away
after the hblae brtke omut It Is tLN e
opinion of Mtaiacer Pailmtnr, Iprowever.,
that the tfir wai the r'thilt or o elithnt.
and n"t iIendiarlgm. HMe can oe.
celvi of ano ePaBrin why any one oi uld
bumr him outer and says he hts had o
troiqhl! recently with hi labor.
The loset at thim fire will not ek~jc#i
$76.000, It In now ascertained. 'l'hore
will be considerable salvage, and much
of the limber was not hurt. EVen
some of that which wa seiorebed will
be of omne value.
The Iinnleurae amotntitel to $64130O
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iSay in Spani6h and flow to Bay It." by
sending two cents in poItage to W. H.
tLehy, division passenger agent. At.
lantic Coast Lne railroad Savantiah,

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A A IO PLANT AM -Y LD11. 10. j100
4, N .N .T. ',. Sile Has Leatier Trunk Putr-
FOR ARREDONDO chad by His Father in 1
RT. IN. oft this elot. totis i Ii a-i 8i vlie. tugt4u ttmon, whitoei Ml1ui, es., pepaior
... i of an old sole lmtoher trunk, putr orfcity kil erultoni fl4.lby aMuscles, brittlet nsek, w.4
tD. 0. la i Iret. Cara Pe lued hghit' father ii the yner IMst dtl.,itstin, e*cu tt.lst illyinouriss.hehaelys, nmr1. a n e t
UWith hi B Capcity i hir me a wek hair. nO l.,,.. where he i ent to thv wUl-known tirmarkis of serfula. feriftUa h lolier-
With Ta hi lApSriy. I e your hair Charilveoi..n. .'. I buy elaves isn Itl".'I P,1ite t ti o ,lowly rl46tel bY tlh tim of lh ooW1, or
PLANT IS NOW IN OPERATION feedrit wi the oyhirf .onood, l e r hnr t thoismr t .f t r hidden. ais tl ear ef
...Ayer's leir Vigor. Itsheckli dve it, tft ehilrl lte the chir nPlot)I it, % o
Has B.n Compleleid for About Two falling halr, makes the hair l 0; 3. at IJ of d al i t ittl tii hi ..
Weeks. and Several Thousand OCarA A inglit "ha sot. I*h.***a* l h. Wi. lA ti a.itU thatta o I
of Luscious Tomatoes Hove Alradly Or t rulsk. .Atil. bl.t gil4ili.g ,f the 1,1 t.utih t!w. %I)., Tih !10 o i,- yreil t
e TundOut iLwar his twosr> tieT1, T t: att 1 Jain..>1. edy. it..l a rll refloul tkL
on Turned Out. 'i joined cap.W. T. $a un's com, I 's an th.tpl
The thriving village aboit asx milx e Sta a t iu0uvws0 wif h druWf. And it always restores and wer* mointred into ishe service ultl winter". inra4e
Iusdeinev ile. io ew l.dutgry e hict colortogray hair, all the rich, oi. W. D. (illworth'i Third Fliridr nFeppid aritd I i'.iv ntr o ltel
le destMind to becomne of great monu. dark color of early life. eltmw nt Alun.t l The Augustio life's ., Noysileno tt icinoti h It.
factoring importanoe to tialt sctlio. th took pts trunk with them sand retained Wbpi.) atnuch j Issae a blood pt-fieir PS 1 .. nud ta t f e U
The industry is a *annt plantI S twIt until the regituwnt was ordered out ,hA system are ota
whaih has recently been itstai lFt by mme "4' ,o.m.a .,, of theta Slate lewhe y n ynt t trunk'te makes uther'w.eak tantltlblood chi6 ai ln
D. O, Harvard, a p.m|reslive elision of t hon h Il5 out of tho a t kou sti5lltu.
that place, The capstity of this plant I.iMam for At Chattanooga when the army un. and morbid mattertltusst 1Wate le llr
is five thousand cets per day, and as der General ragg.Hwgan that famous swumoruuad eoiaein4
soon as the plaintSii. itgood runnit1g mkesinnlls erttosiolodred.and dalsioge,
tror itIs texpectedthsoi. agodrun itforaging osmpalgn through Kentucky. at mS o dr
order it ii elected tltt ra r aty Nm ny the boys left their tent, a4t1red1es,u
hands will b employed, pillows. blankets, comforts. sheets, n *
The plant was completed a*b)l tw O L M ...e..i the camps at Chatisuitugs, .. -----
*eeks agiBo. It is equipped with tew: CLERKS HELO A MEETING. sr with packel knapack*a and i
ned m wlr no dochine ry for thus Interesing ssion at Wich Resolou one pair of bltirkels, but hal not
ne. ad will no doubt pro a e n ofApprciaon Ware Paed. trched more than three miles after
of great profit to th proprietor, t of Apprci.ion W Prossing the Tennesse river before
to far Mr lHarvard ha. hieen wht The ahlrk. of tihe city helh a met- knapsacks and blanket were thrown
he terms eoxperilenlting with the ing Thuriday 'ening fr the pirpuse away sad the trip was made with only
plant. However, he has succeeded i i of forming a clerk's association for the the clothes they were wearlg. At the |
canning several tlhousand crates of to. adviance.tnt and interu't of its me battle of iMurfrebshormugh James L.,
aistoer, and thoe llality of t le product tiers. the younger brother, was killed,. I).
hM turned out all that could be de. Th e nirtiig ws fairly woll t- cmber 31 rin Iresenridge's fatal 'i
sired. It is the purpose of thu pro- tended. and after thi ditcusion of a charge. 1i
prietor not daly to employ tomnatuo.s, few matters of interest a conimuitte Ae t th ol ow f the wrr T, B. Ellis D ArRg
but vegetables of all kinds, as well as was appohited to draft resolutions of returned to his home at Brookeville,
pears, will be preserved. When the lappr)eejiIttiti and thanks t) those olar. where he found the old leather trunk,
season opens next year the plant will chants who have lut considerate an hu evr slase retained i as a 7 l1
be ready to reoelve the fruit and enailag to alluw them a Ilf-hohday e. N iu
vegetables and get right down to hui. each week by losing their store. Chamberlain's Colic, Oholesr and Di. I
iase from the start. The committee presented Ihe. follow-. arrho e Remedy. -. ,,1Y
This eannery will not only be a good ing reol.kstions, which were read and Thil remedy Is certain to be needed
thing for those who expect to receive unanimously adopted: in almost every home before the sum-
nemployient, but a good thing for the "Resolved lirt. That we appreciate mor Is over. It can always 4*b* d- e-'
growers as well, as here they can die. -he action the nrnts i grantslig pe ed upon even In thea m ost evere
pre of their surphis crop at a fair tus a half-day eah week, Sitt we prom. variable for soutmer diwrders in hil
prout. That it will be a sutdess and a 1is them our hearty eo-operation in dren. It i pleasant to take sad s lever
good thing for everyout there no advancing their interests. fails to give prompt relief. Why .-t JACKSONVILE
doubt. a.d friends of r. Ilarvard are "UReolved secmind, That a copy of buy It now? It may ,ave life. For nJA.K
cunegratulatlog 1im upon his energy. these resolutions be spread t mo the sale by all druggists. FLORIODA
minutes of the association. and that A FINE REPORT.
Cured of Chronic Diarrhoea After Ten tliy the furnished The $Sun :and The ..-----. _
Years of Buffering. Star. for publicatioti. Colonel Norvell, U. 8. A., 8peaks Well
I wish to sal a few word* itn raise .. of0ain.svile Guards. e pay freight O eXp Oar
of Chamberlain's ol, Chiolra and "'l)Htar. AviaA." Captain l. t Laeyton., coinmndln .
iairrhoea Renedy," says Mrs. Mattie ouicer of the laiineville (luardi,, has following iquorm:
Burge of Alartin.ville, Va. "*I if. One Lady's Recommendaston Sold received from the otUle of Adjutant. .' f
frred front chronire diarrhot'a for ten Fifty Boxes of Chamberlain's generall VFoter at Tallahassee a copy LEWIS 1866s Away Above Everythling I the Wi nI
years and during that time tried tari. Stomach and Liver Tablets. of the report of Colonel S. T. Norvell 4 full qUarts ..... ......., W '
one mediauies without obtaining any [ have. I believe, sold fifty boxes of of the Utilted States Artiy. wh. In 1t2 full quarts .. .... It f
permanent relief. Last summer one Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver iomnpany with General Foster. itisploet. ....
uf my children was taken with chol. Tablets on the recommendation of on.' id the ti ards in "Aiugut of Sthe profs L O RAM 10 Yea Old:
cr morbus., and I procured a bottle of lady hire'. who first ought a box of eit year.
this remedy. Only two doses weri e re. thin aliont a yeir ago. Mhe never The report is frotn the adjutant.-gen 4 fall quartm .... ..... ....... 4 s
quired to give her entire relief. I then tI res of itolig hefr elghli s deral's ttice at Wasington, ad read 12I q r .... ........ 0
added to try ue l. o oit Ire.ndlo loe Waboutre1e..d .te... ..of'as. follows
Sdli d oaedi alI n e i Iocshester, lad. The pleasant purg-a Gainesville i+uards-Ueeral appear. BLUM'S SYLVAN GLEN, 7 Years Old:
fore Ilaswell, and I havetiever since itive effect of these tablets make tlhemn m e e good uniform, worn sbut er-
Onbe cnnot r layoub t tato o pi t favor oI a favorite with ladies everywhetre. For viceeble ; *opdition of arms, glood ;s........a"to
ne.canno it say dro n~o, fulfavor of,.y all druggists.
that wonderful medicine." Thips rein. company good, aenrtr in iselilgents ...ful quarts4
edy is for sale by all druggists. BOUGHT MORE CATTLE. ealous and effleitl. The company is 1 fU qurt ..... .u.. ... ... 9 quart
WILL PLANT CANTALOUPES. I ... particularly weltrd'rlIi.d tn both los O '
WLL PLAN ANTALUPES. Clyatt Bros. Purchased Nice Drove for and extended order," SHERIDAN CLUB: !
Growers of Alachua Are Tired of Poor Their Ranch in Levy. This record is one' of which captainn
Profits on Watermelons. Clyastt Bros.. who own near i.vy-. L'yton atd his worihy leutenant l ur. ............ .........
Amung the prominent county folks v outy, on of flnt Banding ail Sale, who re l. full quarto ......... ....... ..
who visited UGaneville Wednesay was' ctle ranges In that, are inak. the onst eaottent otleai0 in the 1*quarts ..... ..... ..... 00
W. T.' Mcendon of Alachua, who i ing iutle a success ot cattle rihing Stntate, may fee6l proud. "
oie of the oldest watertielon growersij for the market. They have recently No Pty Shown. "
I, i eetion, purchased, frtm rpa rtes in Slit tower We handle everythlni g the li n li
'WeS are tired of planting watermelend o tf A lacisehs a drove of forty-one "or sofate was after, me con.. n'-or
one In tur seetlod a asid getting o. re- hinsidsomre cattle, which were drive tinuoutya wri tes F. A .nIrai VeV parents for Pabst Milwauk d Jagis fndee
turn. for profit." remarked lr: Mn. through tainesvilleThursday on their esca ing 24 tmrs he a Whakis. tinis, Russ from 1.50 t 5.00 per
1endo, when asked regaritu t hinil wil to til Loevy county ranch, T'tes ialed ll Bucklen's, Arioa leB, i nd California Wine from 1.00 to 9 0 p5 r r" '
crop of melht., the. majority. (f whicht attle were it ehcarge of J. M. Tortaerr shot.E Jqually goid for hu1ns and all .00 t 850 prth.
have already tn. .hipped. ,f Lake \i.w, who i aflne judge, and he and pai. Onl .t ll dru poAted inOa Of all de erption s.a '
Worried hard for th* paI.t f .* )earv to .
muke a pritlbt ait.'f, ii of..t. of wat er. iCheerfully R commended for Rhe'- r if A 1CK RIR & SN
httr'-hr,,ii otiitrtrI'ittl. 'V.t ftl ir, ,10 l h )'v, Il a,' III. | rites, IA Ri & SO N

:IA t undr WIn J t ll t i' ere trB tlI ','h tiCI' ,".. t -F, t hll r d i l|( 't .,ti'
S I 5 rF,,,.'... to pi.tlA f''rty ai'r'.C 't t "t ,,, .,tt1h. it I

l Ft Ftt. ft a t'' it CLO'F.JDS. '
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t'C'i'4f.tI tv LOaF IF.tit to., or I 1101 ) "ter',

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rAn litt1, 1t 0 4.irtliy I.on .- it h, 1it fm ... L; F '' I F e
' r, e thi o rity carerit'd .elx Iti t'to. tl, Fted Sa le Stable
.;riwt 'tlt, y taor., l N! '" "'4I 1'1 "r;' i'*', '>'' 'F "
1 t ... ',. ... a. 1''. t W I. IItOH I'rrprieltr,
Worki.g N.ght"a nd ty v ( .. .,ii. ,,l ,ery, I .
o tIu t t A, salt i rtlg lg ttel t l ttl'ee' \ o
thttit that t'ver w's ittalon is l I.r, Kii t v r .
N a"w lfe ( Itltl. r i ,''lin te .lls hait. s I1 0T tl t rv ""Ii .I..viaItoeMet l a tlrti.elUMs ilvee.
wIaknto A .e t gy tr, tii, hbtlesfg i N as u ablet t ttil place, I m prepared to
"nio itn* y, beyruhtft i tint" e n al b- --- hd acdommodat the ilpubli with anything
' wiser .J 're rl1ds'ul in buil'd- ln moy lice, nnt feil too i a t on me
S ap the hepl th. h ta ly 4ir.t e hol ,. ta O1 nIa. "t d le ** fau-lto al O t' in
' Alt b rugtia ll w"in o fattit irutit .oo hr. ** dt. dl

ai Bu .. Su mmer. S ,or mal.
a AlthH TThe Orange Sprim NosN mi *nd:j

cSAWlIt 8 for tei ffts s. C.
S*sh, Weigbts, Cord, cmm .aat intertt.

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Upon this occasion, however, he ap-
peared more 0ay to npproaob, and
after xalehanging the usual couunpli-
mwafl did not hesitate to furnish the
Information desired In the matter of
,'Yes. the season is about over," he
began. "aod we fellers are not very
mad about it. because they have
worked uas hard. The season has been
Mse of the beet the (iainesville and
ti(lf has enjoyed silne nty Connection
with the road. The weather eondl-
tions as a rule have been favorable,
and the yield was great in the setlon
traveled by this road."
In reply to the query as to the nam-*
ber of ears handled by the (falanevile
-nd Oulf this season. Captain Barker
stated that about MBA cars had been
employed for the transportatlon of
vegetables and melons. "We have
delivered to our connections eighty
oars of Cantaloupes and melons,. one
hundred and twenty-five earloads of
nabblage and three hundred ears of
taieeolaneuos stuff, comprising en-
combers, beans, tomatoes. rquash and
other varieties of vegetables. The
aggregatet weight of these shipments
was 25.760 tons.
"While a few carloads of this
product were 'Ohipped West,
the great majority was con.
signed to the Eastern markets. The
products -eemed more desirable in the
arkets of tle alt, and as a rule
better prices were realized. The sea-
k'n just closed has been a fine one lor
eltlitage, and the fellows who had a
Uabbage patch had an investment al&- t-. as eare -as' a banllk" iaeou'l'.
This was especially true of the crop
wlich was harvested and placed on
0t0 market early. On accounts of the
failure of the Northern cablaagp, crop
Florlda cabbage sold readily in thea
market* both East and West at hand.
somne figures."
"OaUonidering that the Oaiieasville
*id (Uulf railroad covers only about
twenty-six miles of vegetable growing
lands, the shipments are remarkable.
and demonst rltes the fertility of Ala I
c ta county soil.
We have also enjoyed a right fair
sason in lumber and naval store,,"
tontliued Captain Harker. "It would
surprise you. probably, if I should tell
you that during the present year so
far we have handled 8,2U0) standard
ears of lumber and crate material. and
before the firat of January, 1906o, this
amount will probably be doubled.
There are several large mills along
our line, all of which are kept con.
atantly busy to mriat the demand."
The (ilnesville and Oulf is in better
financial conditloam this yeat than
Sever. Through a sueeslion of misfor-
tmie and adversities the road became
deeply involved in debt, but. last year
nearly 320,(M0 of this indebtedne e
we. rel(ved. and within the present
year Iti i ealculated that the indebt.
qdne4 lrill'be entirely Cleared. The
road is owned prini pally andl man.
d by eitisens of Oaineeville and
can, opy, -
Mill Will be Sold.
I', M and W W. Colas went yea-
terday on a briel vihit to Prairie
G Creek. It will be remembered that the
formie ws, appointed tritee of the
,S4pa!ola Lumber Company at the
lMetiag of the reditorn Friday after-.
sees.and be went to take harge of
the property. He has appointed aa
%P11l0aeers Georgeo W. Hide. M. B.
en; ne*rs and J. M. ThbOtaa.. The ap
si s 's betin work tlotrrow
t seCrt labsuMre lbs thie Pett, Whith it
us at t l p oder. In thiseeeloto
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that something Important may hap-
pen as a result of their presuoe.


ll Introduced In. the Georgia Loegl.
Atlanta, .lil'y ;.- With a view toa
protecting tlbe Wi-ert'rn and Atlantit
railroad aRKilhtn t Ceinitini lnline which
would have a t'nid Iney o dl s(troy iti
valui., there' was introduced i the
house yesterday a bill whtek prohibits
tihe l vecrettry of stalk.r front IvSuit a
charter ta any lln' oxtelt asn ekev trl
trolley line protmotaing t parallel the
State roailt
Hitut Ihe moIlt sterllilng feature of
this nmivtaliro is that It proloMest to
rpvolki the charter of any llnes which
propli to it iiarallel the Western anil
Atlantic. winless iuch lines are al-
ready built and in operation.
It will be .eeli that this latter sec-
tton It alantrd at the I)ulsvlllle and
Nashville railroad. which is now prt-
paring to neutr Atlanta. as many sup-
poie. Iy the (construittlon of Its own
line front MsarHit as a onttiatlalon
of tlh' Atliiuta, Knioxvlle aind North-
Sholli d the stai'e rovokie he charter
for h cpen ftritiiin of that portion
of the lii lo avt--et l Marietta and At-
lants, illn* l il1.Svll9 and Na9hvIlleI
wntilll lthave tio l:t.t inI on the Wo-stern
anid :\tnk11f 1 Iralicks .as was at first
proimiiid. ;>lI for t' that '0 inllfa at least
bhfiteen this eity aiad Mar~ltta the
state woutl holtl the fort. Whether
thie state ail revoke this charter Il
a qitu-'tin to hi' '.rerminoi
'.Tl.Ti l. ifff was iniroituceiid by Mtois .r-.
Grost., of M1ltuff..: Iall, ift ItIbb. aldi
1Undtrwutk of \\hlte. and It the out-.
copi) of the discevstn that has been
In progress fur sonce time to the cf.,
feet that tle atate's property wotild
be rendered valueless, practlcllXy.
when competing lines were butiit nM
all slldes of it. The measure will no
loubht lbt ptodutctive of an interentli,|(
diseus.sin when It comes up for cob,
sitderaln ,m.


A!abams Governor Takes Loyal Posi.
tion for -Same.
:'I-.'i-n.*.. \;,; ,il;y 23,- -Actlng.
'' :.: ',;';i;g:iInt atld 2lii' uonvlc
1a.:ri (,f A.hltilr ,i a la y di : n the prin,
tit)l,4- tl I onivle'(A t u of the ietiet
i-c jid a tO ,'.| u injure
: a inutir cr pniiir r i- iynterfatat
tn .i'na 'ne f ig ti'at eonvIcLt inliit 1e#
< ii \'l t I-i-om i ;i c at Pratt t'U ly
f r,.,'i'I y v wrior'l hi free labor the ex
i "I In .i|y .lnuln It I\ tlnt a 1ty of lh4
it'te a -;iil labor and sif property Intteretts dq'
pendrnt tulmn the operation of coal
manet in the disitrilhuton of Its coo
victax In other words, to allow the
transfer af convicts from a mine mel
apart ans uch to another mine which
is operated by free labor t could tno
be done for any other resaos thas
e nterestat of the Ittth."
Sauloldd on Train.
|Bombay. July 2S,--P. C. Roundanor
sky, flrst secretary et the Russian It'
gatlon at Pek*la, aah oemmltted out
ide oni a railway teI astwaaR Ma.
d .a ad clett .

T ili MAi S Must 'a


SPot lt
AA.A me in forilln loomy T '

MiNE VI, E & UL P F ""E 4^,",o o.

I, we ate to J0l4e fIrm the appear.
lveo gRusnde na ive Qrleds ones of several, prominent posphatse
men In stle ity Frdidy end 4tsur da,.
Pel bM MIsu Xld there must be "Iomeothini doing" iI
the matter of importantt trandeotltons
MOVEMENT WAR VERY HEAVY within tihe next few dait
Movement at of tal.ep Anong the moe promet who were
ve--loO ep ere wore 1.4wagrd Miller, Clarence
and Watermelons, abhbage. SeahI Oamp and David L, Woodrow of Oaela
and Other Truck-Lbumeir Move* These gentleman were seen frequently
Ment Has Also Been Very Heavy, in conferanee. and it is surmised that
The shipping season of etavegebles the M#os of ehe Dat 'hW
Hpon % ... .. 'a pe.resid I t rln ent afr ie ttotts 1h.1011.
ad melon' just losed has proved & iateompany who returned on the
sseeftl one, pei....all w .t thi night train r day frontm n xite.deda
lunevill anl ul railroad, whieh n visit to New York, 'loston an"d polt
travetsel one of the ioot fertiletee* t
Iloas in the South when It Pomes to Atetlhi sgnif"an ear
.raising fruits aud vegetables. w e surie or tilg is the
A representative of The SUi6n malleu f ot hsa_ ri. m, srikinge is %a h
upon 0 im I. X L rker. eapeulu in- feet that Mr. h hs" expt 'e tsW lo hnave
upon Oputaie L. E. akerle, suri rentained North for several weeks yet.
dent of the road, in his private oli.e and ait is said that the visiting phos.
Friday, and as usual found the genital ae per "hu around" the p
Captain In an excellent mood. Whil ae ole of r. Chase like te
Osptain Harketr is one of the eleveresWtar a lie es
fellows in the world. it sometinmes re- around gr bowl If this expires
qairet a great deal at discretiont and i.u vit f thoIe gen-
0o0e patience to get hima started frn Thasimultaneouh visit if thesn, gen.
the matter of furoishing information. .ie...n al hare no sign.flttaace, b it


$ you Old*$14

$$4 WIllst
171 /PftWC 1itl111ik C8 2< aitittht G


And When Arrested in Chattanooga
Mad Another Whom He Married in
Darien, G -La.ast Wife True and De.
voled, and Bring Meals Io dail.,
S herif E. F,, Johns of rlrsdfotrd
domity, whIo went a few day4 ago to
('hnttanoo ga o take into custody 0tes,
I 'I'yle, the alli'eged bigmist who at
one tihue resided lu Uainesville, re.
turned to Sltarke Friday with his prias-
oner., and lie will be given a prelims.
nary hearing at once.
Tl4e Tlmes-ULnion of the d22d in(t.
has thie following to say in regard to
this man:
"(biorge E. Tyle, an alleged biga.
mit. arrived in the city last night
from Chattanooga, in ouotody uf vSher.
Il I':. J' Joius of Bradford county,
aid was looked tip Iln the eity jail for
safu-kv-piilR. He will be taken tot
SItarke this moarnatng, where he will be
lieon a preliminary hearing.
"It Is reported from itarke that
Tyle was married at that place on July.
2, liss Ida Alvarva, and that
he ailt seinoe d4 erttd her. He waaae r
relied in Cliattanoola, and Sheriff
Johins went after him, armed with i
rmeuliistion from the governor of Flor.
ida. The reqtuiition was hostored by
the governor uf Toenense,. and now
the prisoner will have to faee the
charge of bigamy,
t Is alleged that Tyle has a wife
living near Dalton, (wie, lad that ,ie
also hat one it Alsahua.,o0nty, Fla .
and. another in Tennessee. He re-
fused to say anything last night onu-
eerning the charges agalnss him."
The third wife referred to as re.
siding in Tennessee was a lady Tyle
married at Darien, Ga., shortly after
deserting his dtarke wife. He
went from Starke to Lake Oity,
thence to Darien. where he took unto
himself wife No. S.
This wife was living with him when
he wa arrested- in Chatintuoga, and
did not know that her husband had
been arrested until ithe was told by an
officer that he was behind the bars.
She went at once to the Jail, and the
Chattanooga paper describe the meet-
Ing between them as very affecting.
She appeared to be very devoted to her
prisoner husband, and carried hls
meal regularly from a restaurant
nearby, dSe talked freely of their do.
mestio troubles, but thinks her hius.
band will come out all right,

Candidates Formally Notified of Their
Indilanapoll,. July -'.-l)r. $tla C
SWihIow, of lilarrkibr., Pa.. antd (0"o.
W. Carroll, of Tox, l'rohibiltllthi candl-
dates for president atid vice president
of t l', ;oilted Stater. were formally
notlflrd of their Pionallitaiijtls today.
A. (;. \olfrnbarger. i.of Lincoln. Neb.,
c6batirfiat of the recent national con-
Vent, or whi-eh mnu htr il Ithe amne
hall tiat, w"itl's-s.,d thli notilicatlon
exzroiabs. delv red, the notification(
adldru.t to oIr 'Swallow, and ionior
1. Pas;oc. of P;4ilal.hir. notiftli i Mr.
Ri-s.penes wer madi y both iandl-
deiate and Nntional n iulrinaln Sh.-wrtl
delivered the ci ain i.p't h. 'The
oceaslont bronushl tuat ii i otadnlnent pro-
hlitittonist of the eitntty here,.
Thi'ei hold inforail -lconlerences to.
day before the n.tet'te uf the national
ronlltittec which wetn into ilesalio U
10;:.i to dleuaiis campaign plans.
Tomlinnon Hall wtL pronfuely dao.
orated for thle meet-ig lai gs- and
plants were used freely and fuetoons
of colors were draied along the gal.1
lorleti Many portraits of Prohibition
lats Were displayed..

Lost life Saiving Another.

loft. Cimmani.''tdr of thea tropedo boalt
destroyer pnch herr Jtamped r'-erfioard during a
iprnl today to av,. a man whoea biata
had Ieen awaniptd. Glolol 'auce.*-d
ed in bringing the isan' 1 the aIde the destroyer and bh wae taOke aeard
ht& the emptala bMailf uasl eshauet
Sd sad wa drowse4.

Whnslt Ml Ipbe Wed As a frt!-1*
rbth# soil wll FPAVORl C

sO OSr C
UJSD o fl( o How ea
Many eton tal
Sold, Amon A
We bw as ily eity, siad

p', l We, Wd .iii
theta t0We 1to 00V hWWe ts* WhIm (Mr. IF*
o nAk KRAU wos She mm*1l
s ,e. m woie. he .r...s..
AdIeO *a-" MaeitNolwg. ,hstiat eswg.


Augusta Is 8wept by Cysclone.-.+-'- oee
Were Wrecked, e
Ali .ltafa ;t.. J a.ii; y .--'-- e r. loa ( 0
which piiai.,i over the (*n*(ern Iubrtl Iv 4 v.
of Aiiaiita Thiairlay llerinoon result. 01000400110,
#d in ullii.l(it B touch damage thePl0 41,iie Pill
dilbaitair of ilK3. -twehMp
Fully half a thousand tro. I the a-11 IWV
tirlt ward were torn to pBo. blockie. ll Hot'. i
InK Streat railway tralanff aditUg eb4 thp
the !treuti, with debrIs Two Msqlp Ilse lllM
chliureh. In the ricinltyof' eem 0 w pi d H
tory wrto dernioiihbed. s4 h4ll dO S le 54M 11
small negro bouse tai to *pllefr. -( eM.
The arantstand of the b beblsl jpiil r
was turned completely over v ae 4 st
nl the rot4way, th re ieter pait 0*
the fence being also o0r doW. T h ano
I'eatet dmantag a W l eU4i4d th1
road yard.
The Contral's piet shop WMs p ie
pletely destroyed, the bulWdilag q t4 M .
down on the foro of worime, Ie
ral of whom were more or -ie I
Jured. but uon of the* erte. l, W
About 2 miles front ke a$ eAeversa
barps were blown dows, i o i ti W
which a nero farim hand wa~ s W
On the old riavlanalt roed a *som e
stopped utinder a tree whle Was up i t"lgIo
rooted, killing the maut. ta

Epiecopalp Ssh ops Cegyme ni t.ay. lar10 e 111
men Meet .ott f la
New York, July Ll3,-POr the pw a r-erp
po0,. nf irvleIng the caeechlsm, Math. here e heee
odist Epiloapnl bithopt, elergynep l We w
and.'n have (ianve,.ned in O lea t r
Grove N. J. The iortthern and ,omth, f o 4r m
ern s'ctloionm f the church are repre., 41i11
scented by iven delegates elMo At
th iietiting last uanintI0r it wai de o t
cltil l to give cirtatn parts of the
cniiImlin rateih*tm tiedl by both sec t s i

nameting ihit week for the purpohe
'ism thibaslIN
of considering the result o tf tk workto meatthO 44
preiared by them. The bRv. D.
Royal acta for the bortbher branch
and lRev. Dr. T'igert for the outhem.
Among the i sthern dileimgte* are
lllbhop A. Coke Smith. of Niorfolk, V.; lepo lt of the
ill11op W. W. Duncan, of ffpsrta;.
burg, S. C,: the Rev. Dr R. a. Black. NewYtrk, JI
well, of Ashland; V,, anil the Row, by the Iierin
Dr. John 0 Wlihon. of OreOenwod ot how ban
S. C. ohe prevkauu
Actual trade
Eight-YVearOld soy *urlnfto Death. ia hbettr `W
Other Injured, ttI & oith ptPd
('hlrat;,. July 23't.--dward Hoheup e*a for Ion
. y(ere old, has tbeen burned o death o net than obi
and hic father, mother. three aiothi redswtd tI!
,.r and An d incie l everely erYburede io d to 33.001
a firc that de itriyijid the g rcery and bAet for the I
Ivtin spiartmninctj of fVtWllia Sehempn A llkPItata
It it believed by the p[ilihe Ing attitude a
boyI i pinylna g tilhilid the gncery with lve ttOrWard
matches a(;fc! on yre. t $ ay
The (ior bimyn werw elep lin roomls througlt Ni
ahove' th ir' (ery whet the fire tie busheet
ganI oiili trif .,c hre y could be r ioted The' .leSt1
all haid be' e oviru'ine by smoke id fre the eat
lalanes. Ti)ir nvia-ittlhr snad Um ene reo- rq ''M
cevad jthia ltj A -ieu a in attmpting tf r tti'
go to their al e, .Bl to

Battleahip|M to Mr o te crop s
New York, July I- t3IThbttleap ba ii w
Kearearge. AlIhma, ilaas. Malae a pe
Mluaourt and Iowa" of t* Airra Ul s t 0
iquaidrrin will lea;vi Juty 24 for PiaMe. pleo w
Gibraltar, uat then home, ays ji tie pr
ald,-ilepatlh from Trieste. The ert ai-
era f) mpla. IBtaltlmore. (leveand and erq the a
the tan.lcr May fotwr will tBar T-rirht 5
eat< "on a,'lunia'y tir Vit; Pueche for *et thietP
tx days' drill andt winl thoh 'i to r S OGl- 11
braltar for itoree. and leave fot / 4 )55
trua'i In tl.e Ecglh chahnntel,

,G liree yhor N, C.. Julr *2.-b. lr ? &

St hbli city WaM a meait tty I O ed uring hsl
th *'rya"t 44s ,, upo" p

* *.*< ~




Strike of Butchre Once 'Xort
In Full Force.


Alleged Violatlon of Agreement by
Packing House Proprietors Again
Cause a Renewal of Hostilltite.
President Donnelly lesuae an Order.
Chicago, July 23.- The strike was
today ordered renewed in Chlcigo and
all other e(tieu
Violatluu of agreermient by the pack.
Ing houioe lprprietorleis ia usigiited as
the reason.
The following telegram was sent by
Priestident Ilinilly to all the employcs8
of various packing houses itn wthe dif-
terent c(tl.os infected by tieo previous
"Order all out the departments
again. Compautes violated agreement.
Nrllhael bonnelly, prallientl Interns-
tUosa Moat Cutters and Butcher Work-

All Refused to Work.

Alug ftr lit e pck.rh or one of this mo0t
imlmrtaul' points for wilch Uthey co-.
tended and for which they aitrWl ind
The irlvllegoe f arhltirathn wtlUhlnu n,,
Ilnlm liil of 45 day Covetrs the qlie|.
Uto0i of dillinilmiatitluul ol. and is in
no way In tenicdlilto guarantee to the
-strikingp mployrevs that they will Ibe
taken back and given the places now
filed by olonuninn hblp."
Dennely's Siatement.
Preildent l)onilly, Immediately after
calling the men out the secooad time.
gave nlit the following statapewat rel,
ative to hie action:
"The "P ckrs agroeedt to replace the
mon without dlitecrimination. They
agreed that theo pnen should report for
work and be taken back. Instead o(
being fairnished with checks thin morn-
itag when the tenl wont back to work,
they wert ntl hy a siiperinlendent or
a policeman who picked out certain
enit Audl told thiemni to go andt gt their
rheckm. Their) roild others to go home,
that they dil not know when they
woulil he netilel. This was a plain
violation of our agreement, I alled
til Mr. (Conntr.. iof Arihour 4 Co. and
ilhhil him the < ri-ernout bwa* bJiag vie-
latel;: that the mnl would refit1e to
so baok to nork. I dlTJ lhat as soon
ai thW nmen hadl repirte-. l drreiae thee
yards what was beIing lone there.
Mr. Connera, wanted Ine to comeino on
lldiatl Ito iilsee him and show hIli w



Tension of Anglo-Rutisan it*.
uation Is ReUlievd.


Said that Rual&A Has submitted to
British Government PrepoeltUle
Which, if Accptable, Will Serve
as Basis for Adjustment.
Paril, J l)' ;2. .1: 15 p. t i-' Was
ii at tlii tl'e fre-ignl ffli at n51I n that
iln l)eitih toe I of I ews golilg n Ie-
tw(e-'el ai Petersbtrrg e atu
Parlh c liw Iltid ithe setialol of the An.
ghlMiUv.siual .tilotn bouhas teen l mate
arialy iefJievd.
It niew aipli a're that rPiis4a has staul
initti I i thle tiritislh igovernmneut a
certtii llprotiojlthiin. which, itf accpta*
l'A. ~il ee relu ite thlt b iisl fotr an sa.
lhilstl lent.
The+ exchange*', have been some.
lihat Inftirmial. and are bing .describedd
mit hints, lint tiley nare sllificlently clear
to ithow Hultila's ,wllinllgunos tlo aLt
Irat#% the illlthicen.
tie' L. t. at.t. s

Today 3,00o cattle bulchers reported the g it wItll vIlloti.. I llrTi soulc-eru it. Ia auon drood
at the stock yards here fur work. Only tohd hlelm that therm- Wi no4 vleamtece Bratlttlin c- ititlther l it I resales ei
half of thete were given places. Therte- (o buM wih t himte 1 6 th-e otmer, of thimle Malac s utpiae w rlce ias
wpon all refused to' work They rv. trade. lin.d h-titl re prlentltt. o ther, rlecta lhlt oreil hei l
ported In a body at their tludon head- r tthe revnt, rtis that ortie. had
quarters. Mayor Harrison Realled. natIally li'eic clshliid frt her relceap
The general order for a renewal of immnu.'t.iatecly tilcen hearTili that the are li-norri-e--t It. i further assertel
thel strike was soon forthponminlg. strike- hadt bcen renewed, teltKranius tht lle t n e le it ti t adjiastiinmctt mli
\W'l-t,, the lirnndellate provocatjilnlfor wpirre stayl Iy iy C'-amnplroller t ic Mc, conlil i.1 ii T tco thle wituro of their
retineotal of the strike was apparently Oann. to recall Mayor Haniseon to the Ml a.ei- ad > cill not ineiludeilie gei.
the failure of the packers to take back- city. The mayor had gone ilot a. al e1ltitPleiue ef the right of Rulia
a larger proticrtloti of thte strikerts. catlcni after the ntriki hiald teln t tldelr 0 hie itre-ity of Iarl- to se- li
who rt'io>rtel for work today,, thte real parent ly .eottl'led. 11o lift for Mlar, 0v ,1A "t tic' v ;ic t ,r f, l throiughl
ceutle et Ltce iptlruree as iferrei t qette. h. whIe' he wa as l e a Iel li tt l It ceiotelil il
be t circular IsUie-t ye.v t-, rilay by the! heltat today, o(* ir It.ii- i. e .li r a. rt i' t tielncnt
palker-. The clireilar )pilported to Not since the elttu inlisif the etrtik nf o r "r tc r c t11- l"p "rh uilnie thie
exptltl n to th li pt ille the utgreo-ment had ucti acilviOt h oii o blic ved it the I. aty ci I''is citrtii a tise l c,- war.
ent-i l Into with lilte littor leaders. stock )>irdls W i-ni tlhe whistles bleow. t'cl tI.e *-*. if thel e.iill ion f a
Secptlptly,. the circular could be taken for the imen to enitr. the crtwdsr hlia re ; i.ett-teiint i1, railei'i. it proliably
as Itilplyling that agrertmnt did not begun to gather at the varitoeis Bgaes. 'itl He over nitil ttiet ecieco 'i( tbhe
bind the packers to re-iemploy all of Fxehaiigtc avenue was eackel wtllh lai-t Jidn:ute'-Ol-iildltii Iai'.
thie t1 -1 Who walked out, The 'ron. vanity There wert few Caese of per.- ...-
struci;tKin the lacor lail.r; hiatd placedet I al violence on the ulrt of sttiket General Battle imminent.
utpon thli avgree-ment war Litat iat isiould symnipatlli:tert. thotigh the k trikers, it Ic.etetr..itlrS, Jult '1 The of.i-
be rt.-etiployted- wiithiut .~t daietyc. heeding Presidtivt il eoni llly'K advice< cirtl i' -c cr ll itiorninKt prtiuta
'Co. id NotTak l A ll""a v rll 'trluh'tltt r i tl ti 'i i'' t "ti e-ie ''-'nl- c.'l telpateta froI..m'
Sc ipacs wpne-rally wlitllfOt molematlion. iau" Yalli, lli. dt.i latlte July 20.:
WVhe'n the :.(0oo l h.iftimer andt tIl-it' he striker when .he y app eareel "Olr l"ft flatnk ye cayi withstood
helptr. weUt Into the yati.Ist he-re t' .1 at the packing ho' ses carried their ra tAowcrfll el0haugit orf the e 1tinty.
day to take their old pliatlea, ilthe, ge,. to tt Rooid overtelh e aned were, ki 't lI it ttf .iroeme-.'til, .wntott.
oral greeting receivtid wah: "-V c(anll- I humor. When the ioon round that "The ('ie siiu ninti brliade
net take, back more than halt thie "'g- the packers exp-cid to take back only Jefl Ulit YVnic this miornifig."
ia fore." imneiatecly there Wa a a sttmall proportion, the miles c' Th" aebov-h evidently relr to thec
woeful i ia d elay of chagrin anid diaplt. Io frowns. A coinitmittee wasy quickly jeiic'- aedvancr? reporite.l dy the As.
polntment. Tbi ne1n h ttne tof an IIt.proiniiptl natiute an i the king hiie soupef-ntendtentl, teri ii i!, northern ailiatlaizla Uo
reachte-i an lax eecient to act a a unit Howlis of tgI Went Pp. lt-, aca
or notI t all. YOt n iust take us til The cottaltte, re.tturnm d with long 11t i l: vain.- one Mikden Is con-
back #or none." canis the. of tht fac. ls aid reportedly the decl-iln. II.wli c th K eg ,;' mine iilmnt, and u
nhtlon ni.-n. The palcket refused t of racwent tip nd e puck-re waer, ic 'iae'.l Itc; I' be aX!ecteil. tIo this.. and a corintmiltte wtl I rr eAt, itdllnI Thi,-ti tihe gre-,at strny
atit to nee l'relh.+,l*i t linne-lly The I o irtk.r.s itof trkl li And Mied out of 'theo Flht Lasted All Day.
letter wact quIckly ia in1o1iitiiluItio1ie il, Londoi ..I 1)ly 2:1. -A ilit.patch to tile
with his a llvsers Within d r i The Itrike apparently plae., tlue (tril N.,-w A.,,ncy fronm 'nklo naya
red halhf the ciion waP rs.h I.Bt, t< pcket In w.r e pllight tha.i liflori., li a t ia ht lantlig all day octtiir.rel
iy-open tlhe trike. Prwe-ild-t ltne-t for a great numeler of the tnonulnon Jelty h at Ke lite. norch ofe Motin
Stelegra was a ay sent to men have quil. Many ctf these ita- paes.
ai unions. tiuton workers left last night, fearing New Chwang Ecited.
Public Greatly Surprised to rnimaln and fare tho returned strlk- New Chwang Excited.
T he broa .lng oeel th e ,' imet, Iti er Thor s. > w ho dl ce-nom e bai k ree nlv. l tl sil 4,hl l t l
blPlr,> y .- .o,, h iy, <; I. i f (oiel ..iil p i wbrpi ltn,, thtt there would I) 1 W. 1,i, it, -, n cxci i- ie t hit
b: r th. e. mk. ;bf ct;. i h e t e t II e( r to re t h a t

1 put e k, i.i. th l lh, i ,ii tn a t I -ll*r 'y rr s dent i 'l :; 1 i : .,h l:1 ;,r, 'sty h r vy
; j i ithce' je willi t, 4c e .it the' a t f in lis dire-
all l, at, I i)ta e cin then 'r t i-i l t h 't it r n al ?ior :it -ltt | l iit ,e tic e'i h
nlio, alom n < e l .ie a. vil,jyct setrli )l,'. h C ,,e n i a Gurp tis. It c c.cIt, Ye a e.' ety h at I
the tpeh.tic la,-i aileiCt tl e i crf t le t'. ta l I r. i r i,.rs .- .Pr d n nlh e t f r a i
kita'. ;, c l.t I tiet ih met--i itei'e r molla vi .' 4--, -c.ttee ti cj e tae c aI ti- a'-- I tif lh ,li-
Sett 't i l- t iti iccai,( c- ic etitettt ce-C. l'l I '-t*ere tiez 1%)- 14, Set 11 '"

t I ll (if t li m i 113 I t I1-etee 11

Ul at o lihe u-,-It t[ A e,,t e e 1-*. -d | :'h trb ee-t; < t e an ,c ,tie it ere'tli, rI ; I c T i elt,, ,,ic l Ivu l il ett th iiSe w e '' 1 ""u ft, .

itt ak A tC n'
le f0%0 c l u lic ti crr l ci t i 'r te nt ieee 4fj c-e til na t
Ir cr edI lo t e t tCe' rva 'y f*ttn ttieol y. a
nr-i i t "a. trikae-. i r r .-. ', t ... J4I.+'."''' tce r-e ,-

W -er ; litr -iu e ft l et f iTl. etee eh ic i rl } r tm e it ,r 1
lOS c-c'l r 'il,,' th ie me 'ceiee cef ih 'll e r' ie .. h I r, ltn ni' !Cle >a e e.t ccl C tic t i tee.'
't a'e .em ytt hftheEct t t e ne l i I-11 'I i "ik-tlt ee te
r to -h l i n tt litci i f i 't'mir te 1 liaai tt Iiiu,

f t lere t:,' i t air' t irsr li W ason arrtt Actor, Dea d. r,; A a t t i r e
te s ic ha to thertl l a e d he t c l t ta t -r

''ili re lat 't aill t ri 'ht ct t iale B 'tee n dorl tsat ci t* ,' ce-' 4 tarl it wilt a.

I a'.urseceedt'abg tott i C produ~ing 5 thI .at I ial id c ll f I l ida e t t l
'lloar~~t fit ei'f itt' Set brh

Published Twice a Wek.-Monday and Thursday


wary added that be had beeo lioafrw.
d. by the Pallneular and Ollthtl
Mempany, the owners of the Mala4g04
that ther was no onatrabmd -e
board, statement which the itlat
goverormnt acenpted beOato*e of thi
tha4dittg of the company. Ruusla rt
now awaiting a verlfttaUon or the
company statement.

Heaoe Concludes Ito Week In nielal
Tax Act.
Atlantali. July 3.-The borsea con
eluded ait work on the general ta1 eel
yesterday and paeased the bill by 4
vote o) ito to 1. Mr. latll voting against
It beeiuse the house, had refuello to
adopt his oeccupation tax ampendlent.
The feature of the seasKin ,waa the
debate on the neoupation tla amend.
Intent This aeinndmicnt proposed to
put a tax of one nipth of I per cent
on the rspitol stock of forelni oar.
portions useid In tlhis Late. Which car.
ry oIn litSilness in ((lorogia. It protKi
deod for the ainme kind of a tax au the
amendment to the general tax bill of-
fered two years ago and played by
the bouse. but defeated by tbe eoaatei
only the Iax wapI. ot quite n large as
that then proposed.
The "money lenders" bill draw* by
Attorney IAntoon lopkins on 1ebnif ol
the Fulton MOuny grand Jury and W.
WoKwle White, foreman of the grdiAd
jury that Inlatlursatil the crusadi
against the "loan shark evil," will.
without doubt, pasi the isenate mid In
all prohallility by a inanltidous ote..
The house committee on general
agrlculturo yesterday recommeodedd
that the ptire food bil. by SMr. Itov.
all. of Chatham, he inassed. Thisl
bill prohibits all adulterationso oh f it
which are dangerous to the health.
and requires all foods that ate 6ditl.
terated Inc any tLAie'r nto hI nOmarked
and lriandoeid ferp what they are. It
also imet1 a penaltry litNin dittlieraiottlo,
of t4cl) foeodts. awlieh lie a niw f'aturie
I pturr food laws. Violalontiof lth
act are iradc( nilsdensinerts.
oellowintg action otn thie generrial I(,
act. the lihotsl to6k up said paloeil l"v.
eral deipartinmeitl hbllh which weor
necesa4ry "mensirnTis eand to -whitr
there twas no opietidt ion Thesot inta
ur of f'ij)hbill are fix feoteweI-
for the collection t(f ipeclfc occups
tion an&d license taxes, by enacting
that Plch taxes t many I eollected by
execution, and tha the state miay also
criminally proseiUKtii der the present laws.
A bill to provide fot the levy oel
tales for the sinking fund for the pup
pose of raising $100,000 to pay on
Georgia bonds whith mature in 1905,
A bill to appropriate.$1.0 addition
at for the paymerit of reward for the
capture of criminals for the year 194,;
thp forucer fund appropriated for this
purpose hAving been exhausted.
A resoliutlon authlorlaint the govern'
nior to borrow mosey not to exceed
$201000 to supply casual de4loienclef
In the state's revenue.

Convention of Ancient Order of HI.
St. lTll, Ju111y 23. -World'* P al
groentd- The first real work of the
;ohe.'nt ion oif tli Ael.n-tot Order of It
bprilanm wal eegAin today,
The priniirpal rner4 t wae that eifl tit'
commel tilef ein re-el'ctiona ci wic'l re-peei
ad flor a national home for tatem-ne
the of',l ,r suetl h-tceill rci ftl (hti eAertlicaltlr'
Ing of the i-Irlh race ipon th p igtage
andIl Iln lthe fun I aect etilintC of i'l new- i'
papt 're. '
At tila iy'c- 1ete--' iI' etc f thac ccuivit ti-t Bt
o lf ttn A da,-i-rmn A 4.tee-tellt!d i tel f' lInk
'tic re- t i < Lt' i l. t lind. M niti ieiiietie< cit
Ir'ele r eiof t tl 180 iel t1 cifor teh Il ltiicd,'
Pa-irs F'eiiai c' i!,''iiimt vr ie-'l ctaid clle c
th 'e ieti.h, !i' t An a ,tt C, t;ir' Vcc w4 lI h thaI
itii f n e tm t i lid1t1icel Ic A lldiacer edt'
titol!'- Fer- v ilct '!ir'.i q til.!I liialn ,"
whtei' iwa5 4 i rttIe 1i re t I. lee hi f
Acd lia TiX ctic- 4 t :-4tc i ) ) li, +h e'eCr-
tary ,, '
S Lightcing.'is Queer Prank.
Athenm; ldittect, tl,'e.Rl kn|teen +mt ta n1ei wk
aetrtk liy Illghtiiins at' his"' hope t!
llogar.t htse hat wea tiutlaeL
clothing tota, flit wtci bort to h
sad bis .ihe ta ,L ,(om : hie ,



IKoptas, N. Y.. JulI *$4 "Utl A, !,
the metins of tbe Dmjaoa a
al 0ointintu whlich a pigaa
Terk.l July f e4ge, t ,g J,
ba ocupted prialpally ,a stStal I
tag frian ie who iqpe *
of a political earaeter
Aa early traa toa bhegJ
C. Wod, prWeldait, at MA:li
Was, altoeray f h. i
teral loagre c of I aei it
thad bea i Alba, t.,.
pW 04 0e9pat Os' tIVA, 1.4
ithe judge I me l :tl
(t,,. eaid .ti geh4" +MO." I
aat ate he taTe00A.
olase. sIw

ost, er ra* My. to I "
oo aelit. rMee 014 h $

day, !in0.-dls;

It alae r t tr e U |

r.Ward been ba a in-
myT e, s1sAnd #I. a *I I4
ealn of tla a e iie 4 at

*Mr elm W a :i
tolh .ite onl tlew ,04lT.atB

L. uver, *# co.'.* 4^^ 6
a10 WO dWili'. R@il.S

thil Itiie altae ta .
ew a nl Mi;ttle teremsl r

P -lfls) li i. TIs l-lI* ; $hat k i !

aut hl, ,rle dite alft. I'C"
mitt. a p b ..

aol~a aind o ., Dodiae nM ,

NHoole-tc l l.latlo 1 i ..
t.oalprea t tia th lttl e *ay i o
IOs 1 1,

pag or s-it sl oiil A iml,
Pbaft iN CtQNVr s

L. stow u Co.. Und wh a t la *
aelitled Me.arl. Hooley and B .
led eittied was a thet6-f, ltokll ,ii
tawlnd orad alw dlryteor- iiWA mlei#
a oo' ti e tr, 1

I fooUpieSo tiirnllnatle

f Uie othed the rad$jtter toth 1*-

wtoli o thO Ale'iey Oiwiem O0 a 'a W

oL. bySt aOCdlOn sad wiho q tAr C
0gai aftet oefath. atooley atn t

ea settleld witht, the tnir e i dlte r e.
signed atd new directors adele(''"'
President,' idwia H ai wei y t v hie p "

*'@e"th. L on ray; trea re, uft^ .
Ipdtita tlt r, tetheina bofthle iet '
of the e ct sr* d a Qt t.Li to ""
It thri 1 awley system.

nt etl killed by ( dh e i J, n .e r

ny VisitOre flook 'lo S!e
...nt ai.nd O3r l .* S.

- e A tt A ile | ''0A.o
Alege by Sreig o g i gW
Plm All S*etifte e4 9b i.

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4) ftour egiep. parrB at tli

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h_ ravlad sltltlo lO r"tr wont

In. Mrbels or *a to al i

I *t M t hei a mt. mI

J~liipiis faarto


OAIM8VILL, Al4huoa Co., FLA.
Olek ip Nidel Bloek.
r 5. 1. ALDlRMAN.

!w nurl *, t Isam- wt*Isbler&A Mlarsael j
SWhe j Os 0ee oe o 0aB. M*is*tar
|at sot -j e p -a -- -m ork

-'* .... M_ oouaw e

PiP w!lrPi,, JQUORo A OJOARu
.... ..h. M.. t.t t

twoSAilOI 0" mheim tiiinJamkoaviii.

ty:4r, JARVIS,
jas W. ... -- ,,--

,see a *i tiw l the esia oe of
i f M -' JO$ NX$AIK518. PLeiMer. A

^SL^^SS.SK';"1le t* age ;w'^^*^*^'


$4re 4rOf.141*
.. .. ... .

Whe Smahropter, at i
K t*M ls. illi, '*i

It ', .l o o W s 1 ,
**-. -.*is s s s tL 1 *5 ."'

: O d oebt Me mlii

W 040Atbo ,S only
hswUg^e~I t' raJl tr y A k.

S t o she ple of their old ill
w aoet s destroyed by lire
* oi Orup.
* Is na tiolelt ilnaiblati*it of the m1 .
C U ei raise ofo the wltid "pi,
hieyd ao oea S le I t e iade nto the li

lfrd's lq in( mn L ebtl I t r e .o
o eso t* h e e, on t t iold bil.y
tat? 9eoha eo Puef b t .1 l
a'. ,. ,

eto y fI ail' eiol t bIsl viato a la ta hoial.
* ts e 1 ttlre (anton Dotlee oiree at

* aJsavlpt. t Florida

I an ioted Md liLurA
I a Win# In ei U. city.


Oh, It Mlk9e N11 Smile"
., .. T6 l. .

P a D 0 C K'S

Xad ti nlit IIvlleh by

to S l l.'A, *'. A i.IrHIY '
1 F.U lU ,1.Y (1 U ,A:,I A,, "'. I E DI)

m wiM M J WIrlss of
!%W r a vrstu tro S4. H
06 .41- ot u1 o. iDOW

I5 LazeS UIrtMh s UsIalnlled hnVl.
jWI Rise p 0o i of tite st 0or1iw" ofd
lob wor ml mI,

r tll iI i swon stote
SMtifwt in Rhowe
0O. D. Oi a ) i willU %oer
SI, t is More

16 thnan f or. ad-
PMe) f $'ho Se f
I far tal t thmnOr fu, r itr-

i r ..M nl. ..e ti.

elday o* tei>lr. ,10, .

U. it. La umiae lit OlneevlUe, Viu,,
JU~ i! Igl. -* i
Notio sl herebfy tsen tl, h aIit nesonistllirn
g l b w r e te bsmt of Of roeme :o
j | la t I fAe n u Ie V ra.
05 iMO0 II 1 t 1,lea4 e lt Hts' bw sA t
or Awe1*4. l- t B MIotaril. or S'Iotoh-
or. y l.f I te=. M ofA W old. hi

.. *4 w1#)riirpumf io iIVsw
A a I eKal t1 or =ialu lo iso
~r w o e t fRor ar i'oultinil Itr i Mea.
to"Id t hilolaiii )sllt iit lend Iuf e
"s toeiter tlniuIldo. Vi.. on
eyfthi e mlso Rfa.te Or.Ule-
e mawe Us ltae Joh K. intMnrv of
hkt, Ik yoeft.,ul M(j
Chalr. 0. 0. balre *U of OldTown. o orlld.,

Their ause inisn e soona e or bIer i aa .1 b .>

I.'O5, la C Iifue at ellelt. SI.,
JuDO 4. 1 oll.
otie Is bhebryy th Asew a t for the le of
5iulwrt4sat t11 of vaflfornia. Ore-
ep*atenl to ipby sot5
EM' bwtl I Town.
a Lt* ftwW lobtm leli. ban
l Wd ls *won statement
Np (or.itepurohe p( tI e b e14of #10
" hWileiNtsa ,1 WO#b tt k 4nor a t = 0
,,c _r%, etW a Wr, .tr "t.H
OvetraIhv. p ha ,u sid. the tkh
4% of inptmei1r.l ow.
In H s ma wtre4l Mojueetn Cha4r19
r uoee ia*ofr( W owl.:
9 riowi f rtaober. Ins&.. J.
.AM tBtd Uonel their e~lel lsfts ore. rmetomsloed too0it
Of of top 1i0trltI o

IV. I: .WLow.. ofttoe bxineO. anS..
W *tito leahereby giO that to oa'pillae
J_ or|r 'ed 1 An sot for these e of
t91bet1m4e La the tMW of Ciletoeea.Oie
ox ir SOand. sta W siwtoe Twtos'.e"'
at AuSSwt 1. an, John LKnobereArF"her.
vm of Latse ftt I4ete'or Nit hem
aifa al) Is t.d 1 o .e hi. tWo e tjeBnt
5 tror iptodurell+ W1 th* Vr U of Rw,
PBWt P No, I al.. RiaW NO,. iN ,I .. end will
'MOM vilulbl f for te iss hber or atne tila or
e*prt?el aaairxin 't. A 1d to oextahbltt htIe
ttali b before Ilearrictr end Rokivor atr at misoes-
U1 Va.. ue Mq nday. the ihdttidiav ot itete
,i>4 W. mn: Mo+ueen Clalmor
ot Plitber. .
Anuy nd ad i ertommels..iintv adlvereot s tw
bo lix6lllk l l l aii r" iii'l ti altl
their olrlni II thi mtial e oeuo or before lut il 5ti
dL r O Af t.tS. ite in .r, llit'.
Pil W. lL. Itu)ltlNS.<. Keirlatvii.

NlOnTe., l*'hf-lWiAi. TAX ltacllCr(?T
I. tl .?G'it:TH>\ .,. '
All os-t lil. lieil h eI th ld fitholh Iiii.ul c;rI %.,
SI'l)lt)l O lm. 'llt, tit the ItlalHIeI I!4t Vat e0* hci,1'
ttlli ,. n T c..r lAAVt-. JOi ia. the .rOOloW 4 af
detitm' nla a ittnU iti'i ,ofit.*l Ir" tIrriltoan dto-
w rit)a,4 "tl- I"he ita lll.ih t, i;l l'i. I t .e.T', illtw' t4i
Ittw i slih tt>, (( 0U.H i *Vi t t i<,,titI *ll i; i ,tI'l a lii W Mwe 1, .1"J ii
1' Ti, 11. It, ,1 'hth il t.o tail i a> I lnbil tax
So.ooio medtm1rit No. rfha i 1 elt-., l .111I11 t If iA .
. tii a,.eh .. .' a 'I i tI I" ,'- ,t Iaa
llil lT lt.' i '.,'ia. 4.' aa-i a'l *'.-t .i l II. l I.' l tcl,1 ai .ii
are thef- 1%kio'"e>r*

a.4 tdo w ci. '.r, ,h il il' ., i <).'ritet i nii asa ii'i ,.>t
h i otvirkritl t l i | l l
t i 14 it ; l l : I 1 ; Vi' |mold. Pillt, ,[.
.V\(, : W M lttII+tAW .A randAM 4 lto,

, lP ,'LALP IP i E lItT. $ 'rt tE .a IN'

I lak pr o~t~i,. ; + + .. ... ., ij ietcaleeolt will oi

rs i .: : O .'"L.pri ll*ol Wt a5 n n

V eAtret'le
s h e L'' .... Ad ve r iet

lrkS'TIal Ti 1 M A KL; l. N A .
K.IT ANM A$k T OI' ilv( thai i, Vl1iN J. KIw.'
tihe esIte of isfl(itCia (,*ii.,
Cesnt ,)tI Ili al te aalt mo Iel
Oldiinliitrli, on af:a eitld t eCate
Iae oit Altiihutaa 'ta(it ct aloitl.
iua 1b ( thts tstwa, t if o ,eiWe.(n
I a, tot tttowr. ll. anal talk
I .fa I firtiu r 'taldtlEla tsalitao
L M. KiN. Adsuimliairiatdx '

OtaVatoed years old. B ithe
ialoi0 N.JO. 4 full quarts t.Oo.
I)., J. 0 IIAN Ys3
OQuaatoed yars old. 'By the
gallon $3.711t 4 full quarts ..
A~q1L 1311
OGuarntoel 4 year old, By the
gallon $250. 4 full quarts 92.76.
By th llon 2.2116. 4 full qur
(Juranteedl 8 enu aold. By the
gallonu.0O. 4 full quit .sI1
Ouarntvd 4 years old. By the
pllon $180. 4 full quarts $274.
We handl Iall th hleadln brands of
Rye aund Bourbon Whiskin lI the mar-
k4t and will sarveou from 25 perr cent
to _0 per cent on your puirclhse. tniud
for price list and catalogue. Mailed
frM Upon application.


The Holmes Company

Have established a oooperaple plant at
(Galnevlle, and are now ready to
suppIy miaufaetoreris of naval
tore eand othen with the
Best plrit Barrels on
Waire art.

The olITes o

Gbmn.vWl. Florida.

latches Fin.

of ear well.
' wak *the W/iatchesA
ar the prirn..l
~iitpsp. tii.. -
W catches

Watches *.N .STEVENS,

-, SpIIg FItE.S,
High Springs. Flx ia.



Fine Wines, LqouTm i Beer.

Jug Trtlad. a IS H|Nli<),

M taili n Woil .. ..
'J~ iil ltf r *. ..
'it Irtv b

i~lb~ ~i ... *** ... .. : -
v rr ti x ra I t' $' t
WA' rXI!1o!s0m -
C<'-iarat l* $l i Si at 9 .e, a.. \ 1 ;l
cli I Ry .
V;wft Pe 4t ww ft-tt l y.. i 1 I
at"10A 14m Igmo, .,.,
pow'Aftiaiiu luimit, :
~RelOtefrrli~r,,aea d.A'. .'
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1"14 kka. VFla.


a Sh


of his pp

ish *Bppp *1

is aEme~

iasdas eiabIh

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aS 55^^. ckaa^^^k' ra
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I S* 1* edmg*stetu
rnpuegefS~~ suere
*sp~ of the Sad
Weehu ap.
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Slabs Shea for' g
msVS*l WStePe
boa ep*i.
~ CaL, wilIest"
stud Iitse#caithl

tn e -c i nte I .I I Ia ,e m.u e t, Aaa. j. tr s s i sm a W si t Jfeo AOpD te IuRLAR A nAI) DKMZ4T, Isu8R CI, aRpr
Fl woViet Sela t *olMw Jesec 01 Odom""
isa # a wi, lvem ecoW lllm nlu O.S ...iti tumb at of promnlient Amer.insnd Rni. llb eomps..
otutghigiIrut MfiilM o*' aWi + MU'wI AIL X TAT% A14 D I Y LOJl f.,
l3 '+ 1 +++i d+ :L +' '* *J ,' J i" . O

#*:1 ;, 0F(ta TAU.LI ; r *I.M e. 1a.s..
$r sh ,0 .: A.d -n1dj.
04e aS1 AvT4Wedns.4ev. of r e
Wblgson Ca mp N ti, P L.trioa
,s01es 0111' 0a 0 Bous of ,am e Wednesday7 ) .4:.
ow" tt I99"ee linn when Dtrie '1resldn .'
11b 08eO, stalled o.1r1 for the a. E I E-]
J 01h as'o,001 4eitts1 m asN. r:llows 'I '
l ipe p levi e"Mr I liMloI A W i, pr I Bo ok t .ii i:r.l e ur e of their
I 'Mfpti umPIvI0.Now, 5 l.r V. ; I.Proesti, .oondtletor J. ,. i f ta lr, 4 f :i. 14t,.al h joist,
e 1* U0 "d Htwif P vwat. e ooarl AF". Harvrd, inopee-n I n, l i (r rt nd f hUt o-,dA .
o 0.l M1 tortI W.t And *n, in aesl e i guoj ik
rets44,1,too i; o09 N:, carter, recording ea.
.|(| ,,(f M~M oMllaso 0. IT. ?lV..r 1od. V T04AY..
Themeeting was I r10l0 BUPIendUId,Auam
halo *I ,WI1 1 0 ,tb1 l s4.I' t' e wsa dl0,l of interet nia,. -m I Im
-o 01 ; *ee.t, w- r F Sale by Johnson Bros,.. Gainesville
older In oasiaosville it Rnythloll but_
w bAmue Anp-,lpt. ~o, Atk the eundlujien of 111 ppeKr lwho ar

The basbe| oostoe Crtwen hemonieswsth lodget or dyipecia InAINIV IOt
& -^ip id-fasahiofed watermelonsuin S NESYILLE atTt i
a4 1MM MOT$III NUSSARO GAME. fier whioh legsrs wore elajojjd. I *UINESILLE BOTTLING WOnKSi

01e 0Is0 the park Thulaeda althernow tie of Kiodol Dyip*iI* ('oie. If you __________________
'It: a ete d a e rowd of about two bh n. knew the value of this remedy as is ..
*ie 45.d4d tfil.s and, Oaing to the aoril- know It, you would not sfter aothuther
a1Mlit1 ofr t esotume Aond sh pme day. Kodol Dy sp.pela ure is a thor.
t It to Nedleesto add that tbiao present ugi h d(1o9a0 s Ian d tilius.buildiKl
Seajod .ls oelon ImMoal. 1 by hundrds of people whom it hM Sk
w rte trot fr the speeoron and ored of indication, dy|pe pela, palpi- A Omanils l ll mi WMm iiMMm011" M i am*.
Sl et ltUn forU ther oMB n. a&1on" of the Ihrt and Lsomach troub- t A. sw % w OMMA A m ad P tg s W ae mu Wi s .
SBarklbm fors "oem-d, to be lltalth you whas .O 0 e 1t. t Is lis Snt.L
e e4Mrgpr. with thbo', that y palatabli end rengthening.
Iwa in) bhesor, the0 eo 0ast the end-- 1 -of1
I of Sarlikhlo's team. hid InvlaIstlons sae ouf t announcing the
i 4ee mIore loelap lbeen played, pprisehlng nqarriage of OIs 01i1e.
*~ st Is i s tlade lIy believed stht hl eharmingl daughter of Ke. and ... ....
Shl'e usr.1 us khi, who UaMhodlt Obsuh, .to lr. Puetr Wash.
S hW kbSe hol beemetp4 M P l,,ts0o inglon dSubbo, Jr., of Tallahassee. I nn n A M A R
2 laid theN both mgioltW wl a happy eeat will transpire at .
1 esoh as cultestO h*a1t he the uafebrh on theWmorning of Wednes. I B
S tfrMWedted of do d.y, 4Auiat 8 s att o'clock.
am b macbeial st, MiN, Carpenter is one of Oalines -If tlie Goods Don't Suit.
1060ieN WP, ler rhlm, no leinil, hid woes popular THAT IS OUR MOTTO AND WE LIVE UP TO IT.
E b a M rri~td Toma sh. *e is a lelatd aroung druggist of
SU _1 M M. ry he e*ly among the old, red hillst. R hlrek m r
.crn Whiikoyl
wow vo Jhav umpireO the Friends of .he otmitroing parties will Core *W5'wju
IAsulpoU6a1id0 0 gerlwMs eStend ean lation in advance. P it at. P'at e r.
o s 5 oMes aeswhopeo. .. copper istild..$1 ; N. C. White ......$1
S"wis'Ihoa lernr a- tRead This. Queen City ......2 )
Ssik w S Mo. A. Feb. 16, ny south .. N. Better ..... 2 00
l 46lm "ldhkgs make 5mr. .Dr. K. W. ai. St. Louis, Mo.-I.ear
torpmt lua bt n. i rth pa.,st yr we hav (it Ed.e. .. s: he p stYear hv
T10 eiIsm" of the Ieoostentst oo sold over tWesty.four do.n "Hall' Pedigree. ........ 4 oe '
t sideere rdlulk d they .reatDiwoery' fr kidney and blad. OverholI ......4 0 Laniel Vall 3 0
Iwr sMing. mtusl t eosk t bl er trouble, nd during that time d. ..... .. 4 d l ... t
i 0 toeho ionto e ho f have( revived no complaint.
!4e the ui"orms DIP oMs a.fPERGALyON
St0 stad Holder. One of the etihiw. ----- 11111
i! e tated that prth npee of Durk. A T xas Wonder.L K I 1400
a1i id Wiln upon the b-round et One small bottle ofthe Texas Won-
all d to him thbsaleball eloode of der, Hal's Grats ltiovery. cures all
GO :eln ls. forty o fIr ,O kidney and bladder troubles, remnovee ILA OTHER i IIT? .
iitt l "iohe b se"m tgory oeolmtilon, Moa. weak and laanie balk.. rheunta ...... ... ..
and thtre r oeipte amounted to s4. Jm and all irt-gularities of the hidl-
Tbtl amountt will aoouullish a great ncls and bladder in both men and Tr
women, otoglatIs bladder trouble in
Ci the cemetery, aid twhe o.0 children, lfnot so.ld by oir dru i Ist I,
Saton feels undr oblilgaie for tht will be as by mail on receipt of $1.
diaUo. One nll bottle i. two mohS' tret- P 0. box 401. JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 211 W. Bey St
.w ..ent and seldom fails to perfect a
GO Weak Ha1lsl oure. Dr. |raest W. Hall, sole manu.
fa. twu.rr P. O. bum a1s, cit. louis, Mo,
( Adlw Mued by Indigestion. if you eat d for at l t. ld y all.. ... ... .. .
o a hlt h St ueb. o r:iyou are i.bjelt 4
-hO ste of indtonlo, the stomaeh t established age
7ai -t16m*-dwls d t pal up against A Fine Portrait.
% 4tchrt. Thlerouwdl& the hert and Oe6 of tie oin:est portraits evtr A
4 breath. Rapid heatt turned out of An rt gallery I the li m
S arsL i'dilnIs* I the flial site plature of Dr 1. Montgomery of T A"ula uI 1l d
a p e, tail trtiu4*ht glonopy, whhlh iha Just j wen, co n-
the sor ind a d peppal, plted byJas. F. minith, ti ehotog iA I IN IF Y U KI A
the sOO meh.natributne nourish. rapher in the Hlarnes bhlsk. To those .
r tes1 a hsh to every or.who are flkmliarly acquainted with
I 0" 1 o alld iotethe thse tlject, the picture arcn bt more Oair t.ieticer o s l strictly cimftined to their< raritii details ilcti I j t the owrn
.ted No. -" particularly appreciate. It is of lilt ership- of Jlsd.,and.l we have. no private lor perolalt"si"lae tlo grltid''" iln ,litletiln
a tea ili lmprtoeemesst. size,t uf Mease tint finish. and Ir. wit'h,that busin b\u nmake ph euialty otf th)e itoparatime of a 'T&ra aid
rapk of North lne k mth h. r tv han nake xhaute mnreti.ation of ttl We repre at protirty.ownere in a1W
i l* oThe Iwa ka lld aaep with their m as imlt i mtany hth01 rs all matlters tertatluit to the swtte ..e t and e emyftent of t3we nitl the re.
.aapc o plets op the work demption of austannding tax uahe.. Wihcn y( ",e1 prompt and reliable .er
llieeIll, aeihborc In the matter1 Ai an artist |r. rnith hae qiuiti a vi(ce in our li eAll an or writ u. Notary tiublie in nie..
o tlpreo eneB lavral handsiome reputation. two of hi por.. B R. CLSON, Manaer.
e. hsiTel*e hte b n Wtreaed I thlat trait produtlione-osie of (e.wnri Flu.-. u OO Mane.
*r llthi lvag bui l withob the past welve Ug and one *f Oeneral Patton A .. ....... .........................
* awttrd aid $ll houses are goinB up .dremn--in the Ctiafederate M.ieieutn
oe Te I addt to athin es R ihmond, V. wh were ordered Send your orders fir' Job Printing to
s whihnw well under Duhter o Confederacyof S OF R
le wo, The f iuacwork ished bontbeen sinville.
_,. .+m..,,,. a.din short: time .... .. T H E SU N JO B OFFIC E.
The beidtido will contalln 1I1ht

neipi te Vr"mge ABSTRfACT & FEALTY C.M.. PANY

Uon Top o Plies. R E.E VOYLE, M .
"*'it tl' oe p etppit'J?1 e of.P ppe" Dt Abttract of Title and full information furitihed regrding lands in tits
So, ,t WtWich of. s DY eirnty 'uOn ma aMerblas lived in this ounsy lrtt years and
#1 llit)Toures them. Threaremy 3Ti!. m pT tt horoUlhly conversnt with lan, titells.
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spig th De W(t a of hIague w- a visl
r 1' Oi0 I 0l# 1iyorlartI.
SA lse Ltl ,0 of White prin i
h. MI we soppuigthst yestetdey.
.Oapsltn jo, Meal t Melntosh wit
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ell. rPS. sid J. R. Williaem of Alachqe
o were aiot ltohes ore to this eit]

,l A, stiklauod of aradlis
60wag aetiU tsh ho paid (alneavillh
w v! l !- ld I i.l,. o .~ *: bet, .
v isit psterd y.
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I e rto at a e e Un
4le gaisg parees.g,
pal A. 0*. r Rilu. s, a progressive alitinl
s* *mt and plailer of Waahoota, was trading
vislt p Ian Sthe ll yeretday.
Mrs. D1. 0. Wrser, MNi Warner
k s Pold, sad little MisMary Warner, have re
itMe e termed from Winldor.
ril to Edarde i ,OIrvii, the *leve
:' id .lewnfui i la er of the Irvinu
1 MAooi. Orate Works, waes business visitor t
iP iS the this nity peeter ; "
i "Mr. PTor S, *,estinable ladly of

WialNet of ple|ast viet to M W; It. Thomaes
18, 1i his wtoruedv to her bhome.
lt Jlll J. Adeft a thrifty 000re04
stgldecdlf Al4elins, w a In Ite elitf
wilaI* b d e terda. Hi f led ai The Sun oiet
SShe alt renewed hl beoriptlon.
Ott, J4 iaWI,6n H0d. deepartsi
i .r"41 0110 for ItoS prilpgi and oihef
se*mo, c ol. eM on his ianum l wai lioe.
hoe i eetpU sto. be nll about a month.,
Se1 ber W M. Adam and J. .teens ol
.0 "Piet Winsor, teorg 0.' nowdean st lmp
ip 1 w W ville and D. L. Landrsee of Fairbanks
>ed-4ial were among the visitors to this ilty
e. ': terday.
S riathp The anitnsye Undertaklng Corn
iteIeeil* On11 .pllite,imptbetil nad up-
dp i~ed c 'a.tB rytiin perlininx l tlhi
04i I dut, ate, f "peniL Brown ,Houe
tl sea* crner sor. li
Sa a 0 t of Clyatt, poeesasterU
i ra liiiI d ed tr. p soa a nd. In tsao
it dm*the "swole Rqinelort" of that thriv
la will Iog ttleineat, was a visit to thil
me tIme, elty yeete.aj
.. Me, ;. B. Armstead of High
id doAh- tsprlu woio l the clty1 for a few hour
1erda. pietlodley. h, waso enroune to hei
I be ir old hae ia Palatka, where she wll
, Dke ,ist relatives.
i l t*eW J,.J.,.. plvL** of'**Halu.e, Mr.a
15t$O"t Mm. L. B" 1 t.1 ble of Tiogn. Thomas
a t eeOn of betomnan altT. 0. Kennard
1e t ofI e Walde ete among the visitor tc
5. t hiselty yesterday
,ot! sill- 0
sl0der of ed or tolan-One eremooI,
.p.ght her imul, la, del on right s holdei
er iwithis aboy.' Brown *treat
lad. ow. liogb '.. Re ward of $ If returned
SII al t. Ooal ,on. (lainoeville, dlw4
and will I yoo het' of deep distress th
ed nha livhlkl Undertaking Oompany i
rI ulpO Wilnl rlll ve y0ou of al1
.trmblIe a.nd anxiety by arrangoi
Idt people *evrythina le the funeranof the de
as* ycster. 05 1.
of O 'aia, Mr. and Me. Hiaue Strlckland o
to Worth. visit yesterday. As a potato growel
nill elnoy Mr. litreklaId isa tieies, having bar
t few days. teled a hundred bushel of fine pols
phosphate toen this season.
a li ver. y Gorqe W. Hyde has returned frou
Ssald Ma- Oandler,.jMai county, where hte ha
Land, he ben Ilookilg aft his orange inter
Sr ag40 eSe Mr. iLyde as has beetl re ently
as beenM stated. ny ai enlgap in 'each oul
andil ilts t*ure ln a ihort time.
lI dealeri l
1p d l l ttayed or nltoln' Tihur lay niliLht
SpsYpoe oemall l hort. four white0-, ft
if ilI life. white ipot in flank, biased forehead
his friade .it ersl reward for nny inhforinatiln
'leadiii>sq retor orf sam iiie. A iilter
on Jon wo. dawti
mtI The JS ., Feaster of Wacehoota was i
mtde The tihe elity yesterday en route to liih for
,. BlUth- mer tome *t tlohetlle. Mr. Feaster it
be klil .*hgaged in lte fllh business al Weatc
AiiAnktin hootand eprts good scs
eceuytly. The Stork h a vistted the hione' ci
ie id not Mr. and irs. W. J. MBocrdrmiek, leivc
k, as *as ctg a binoincltlbaby girl to enilitcih'
the north sad make happy their homl he '
ore ot B. 0ut. with other friends. eteindsl con,
id. lHe i,
and p l',ie- '. IBU' ltrkhim aspects to i make itl
DvIet depitlifuire today for haltimore., Ne
stopr i York, Boelist and Otier poins in tih
eh 'NA It Mast where hA will purehma one ':l
if SotsiaS the InISet #a48a t complete line o0
5 00S,*ln .lCh::ag onihli et Iwr brouglli
i& ,,il^'^ "^ a li .; i'.f' i"^"^ *'1':i iil i ,'tl'. 11; :1..'' ',<

A' Now atorep,
S N. W,, 1ialphaur'klid haw <, havw e
Sopened agrocery store and retatitnnt
It the aew Baukai ht buildiig. \VWeis
.o stret Tello t em name will be
'talu h d*tlu A h.. d ech awo.
, both are poi~iralsene. the Iltii no
*dwtib,Ai-eitsll .d v ... / :

I irii.l EMt Willgt U;n tle i ade
VdRivlitr wI L r thoe 0lt6
til!l tow Meievr itallag f"Mse
v Ra for I.J, ltMUu or
nfeiialoiascy JlseabiVllea, ads *Bn-
"Mr. alk 4 rM 01. Sld of Oraige
iHeilghas ed MrsA. 0. dl of Haiop.
te, wri *to61 ibh v isorn to thls
Wis seIrday. rgletairsg at she
.Brown Hiou Mr. Iddy ilelld At
The SuNo at e 1 renewed his sub.
e Mps(oi for tar coming year.
J. .: Iliie of Alshus ws in .lhe
ltly yserdsy. Mr. Hllll I oneof Abe
Iprogresive young p O tP t of. hat sis.,
slout HIe hr on hiodr ae r In
0tt4 n from whieh he saps.0. to r-.,
Sinls handstiily, aitd oa he will be.
gin picking about August 18h.
Royal Cook, who has for the pust
Ove ylean occupied store in the
. ioter building is.t pnioah *st4*t, an.
mauines that Il will bagin Iloving
Snto the n4 Baukight, building,
earner stilore, Tuesday of the eos-
lag week. lie will' have 04 0of the
I moat flttretiv sor is athe oty.
For Sale or lient-House and lot
Known es the Jaion boum ; contains
Sbinsi rooms, situated corner Arrodo -
I do and M leehni Ste. AlsoI uO ares of
land two miles from oely of alines-
viii., la.; G. teres oultivaled; 16
arn par uri, plsnly water. inquire
of R. e. Voile, (alnetville, or lse
Stlvens, 1 a outh Third stress. oals.a
Pie. diawn
W. F. Rice, for many years a ,rsl-
Sde4t of Arredondo bus who is now
making uhi hom a t Sydney, Hills.
borough soniily, was' greeting old
Sfriend inn this cit y yesrdiy. Mr.
Ri eo as one tile had a contract with
' e government for the delivery of
rok, and employed a large number of
men at hli quarries near Arredondo.
Capt. Wias.4 U6tdd of 84. Peterfburg
SOiawId through the clty yesterday en
route ,aome from Hligh springs. Cap-
I llo lBudd i stock olaim ag6nt of this
r district of the Atlantic Coast Line,
a *nd a grease deal of hII time is natural.
ly ounstimed on the road. HlI former.
f ly hAid his o0ae In f aiGnoeslle. and
Shas many frienude hre who are always
I glsd tosee him.
S narah, the wife of E. U. Woodward,
colored, died at her home on North
. Pleasant street on Friday night, after
aI illtnes of several weeks, in the
fifty-third yearofher age. was Well known in this section, and
wgs regarded as a mout trustworthy
person. The funeorl was held from
* the 0, M. E. Church Haturday after.
a oon, Iev J. M1. DIas oleilatiiig,
Deputy Sheriff J. W. MeCann of La.
Cross arrived In the city yesterday in
custody of Iilllott Beekham, colored,
Swho was convicted ut aaulth and bat-
Stery ,bfore Justice Stokes at LaCrose
Friday and sentenced to pay a fine of
Ott) and costs or sp.$Id. to.r months in
i' the "gang" being unable to raise the
a price, leokham will take a ours in
i phosphabe mining which may be useful
Sto him forever thereafter.
W. N. Purch of Tacoma was It the
r eity yesterday. Mr. Bureh is a con.
Strator, and is now erseiatl for li. M.
SChamberlain a handsome two.story
4 reildenoe at Taoonsa which will be
Sresady for oceoupaoy inr a few weeks,
f by the time Mr. and Mre. Chamberlain
1 have returned from the North.
i Mr. Bureh has recently returned
from Suuth Florida,' where' he has
f been engaged in eontraoting pi
I Nocatee and Arnadia for the past few
r months.
J. 4. IlAokwell. manager of tie
. Cummer, Lumber Company's naval
tlores plant itwar Tiogs. Is in the ol.y
: (or a day or two on a inOit to his. fan-
Sily7, who are residing lere. (tJr. iliack.
Swell called at The Sun nllioe yesterday
and subsorilwbedl for The Stiri lie
State, that the Cunmmer. Comitanyt i
working rope on ithis farm,
the timiter is fiie, and it is cme eof ithe
plrettitest lurpeiitin, farms hi has uevr
s eei, thie timhwr beI'Lig large nti ll ,,i
i nmatureid.
Air. inidrt .Mr ;. II. 1 irRegKr, whu"
hltvi bei',. t' dihi i t 11iucky limmtn fur
t the paslt 'w years, hare renmotledi
r' Uineistillc. Hliil .arei (me'uipyiit for the
i prest(.tt tho hiome if Mi11 William Pit.
* fl,. W,?t Or( if ,trht 1r thI ra^er
has been ccacensefll 'iy aigaged in t'icuk.
j itgl a t loky Pin lni.bit ht 'abantlioleed
. tlhis vocation to Bciept a Ilmnrative oI
!itioi a' ieoliyitlt for t large commii,.li.
ato e hou.e in Wasingtion. and x ipeets
toeee4 to Uthat city iu a' few dcys
l)raeger' will rres nian in( llimv .
, vill itt lil th pr(*tntl, hoWever. <

I ,. o l, r t h ti t Will vt lr se- lt trfr '-
S i ti tl ibrouiOm Ithe )er : .
I "e.orny lte Laftl or .
t ;' -1 'I11^: s'! '1 11 .

Al 'les. '"ai s thea PuAtieont
Ostte' letu of Santme.,
I4dtuor Suni A mwirry Part
oui powpl l wet over to WtI
IWedanaly so 'th murriat of o (
aSTl 0,. Idwarde and Vie Nay Sel
Kely., whish wa oOe tha msMt os
liiSt0u4 oseinlla that ievr o44eire1d i
WIndsor. The houe. was slhamiadli
deoortI4d with potled plan e andai
t'fpwor, while Numorous JapaI)ne.. ia4
sterp added to lit. beauty ou the wi4r
- The eautiful and impoisirie nOaI,
rials o0r"e1on011 was pefqried lil
Roy, Iriing X. Webster, ll .the wId
arih between the library osd parlor.,
The bride looked unusually pretty (
her esquislte wedding 1own of ervas.
silk m )slln, buil, over lSlle silk *i04
made f(tr the latest Paris fliahiona
wlih Vreoch pearl trtlnmi Anii aa, *ik
applique. MiSS Conway, the maid o f,
honor, wore pale blue. Mr, .
Tensh waw best man. After the (**
woea delightful refrhenu l were
served by Mrs. Wideman and M.s
Oarg$ Warner.
Amoug those presset were lien. and
Mrs. J. A. Hoeborough, Mrs. KIng,
M9s. Meniinger, of Windsor;, Sls.
0. fPars, Miss Poaroj, btes
Cushman. Mies Mallard and other.
A G(es ,
Florida Fertilizer Company Will Die.
card Steam and Use Ilectricity.
The Florid VFertilizer Comnpassy,
with a desile to ls up-to-date as weUl
air save money, has purahacedl from
Manager Ueti. 1, Doil of the otsirles.
vrule esi and Ei-otrio Lighlt Uoimpany
a flity horse pIiower motor, wileiot will
be installed at oni, tle *tehisi jiiiwer
being discarded,
Klectrie power is nut only 0 leanrr,
eatefr and more onuievnllti', btit it li
claimed that it is a iKreat so' vlK ii ex-
pense of ui>|ereiiui. The T6So ii s usini
electric power, iantil could not be per-
euaded to retur.a to the. bhuokl(ag
gs engine which has beep in use for
the past lifteeli years.
Singlltary In Trouble.
DIeputy Sh'rilf Sydney OCheb s
Saturday arrested Will Siigletary,
who Wrohariged by J. M. P. benton,
an .mpluye. uf J B. M.eonald, the
naval *iote oprperater at Fairbanks,whit
false nlromis*e. *Atiiloiary was placed
in Jail. and will be arraigned in Judge
Mason's court Monday.

The Gainesville

Undertaking GCo.

caskets and Collins

Plliltt to Finest at PtceS o SUlt
., leteqwmetal flower 4bwliwnw, tgit'ltulown
On on deri leid worl ner at m~ iultewrws tirltu.eo em ,alit. It clothlb r fru etill sld dllareileetl o( ,.Ice'
Uoau *iu ant .n llow of frvt.


Are % the It' ,t1! e
wrdirk Aildre-a
Davis Broker-

S tarkI C Florlria

Dr. Isirrltt 0ortellh
{ ;.TIle Cetlraite,.. .

Neo York Oclilst,

i (inu tlll,. July ^Ntbh anid 19tlir
I. ""dayv fkt 2e'el ok 1.
i iliv e Te, ',

Examination Free.