Gainesville daily sun

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Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title:
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Running title:
Daily sun
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Place of Publication:
Gainesville Fla
H.H. McCreary
Publication Date:
Daily (except Saturday)[ -1938]
Daily (except Monday)[ FORMER <1903>-]
normalized irregular


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


The Daily Sun was based in Gainesville, the seat of Alachua County and shipping center for Florida’s citrus region. The newspaper was formed through the merger in 1890 of the Gainesville Advocate and the Daily Morning Record. The Daily Sun described itself as a “democratic” paper. It was published daily, except Mondays, by Henry Hamilton McCreary, the scion of a prominent southern family. After completing a degree at the University of Kentucky, McCreary established himself as a newspaper editor at the age of twenty. McCreary also rose to prominence as a politician in the Democratic Party, first as a city councilman and later as a member of the state assembly, to which he was re-elected several times. McCreary considered himself a staunch patriot and fervently supported industrialization as a means of strengthening Florida and the nation. McCreary’s wife, born Irene Richardson, was well connected in the civic networks of Gainesville and northeast Florida and served both as vice-president of the Florida Federation of Women’s Clubs and president of the United Daughters of the Confederacy. The Daily Sun was continued, in 1903, by the Gainesville Daily Sun which briefly carried the title of the Gainesville Sun.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).

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Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
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Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
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Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
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PI l IJ R DCnesaons CromI ITerahi.N KI LLEDLLIJU E Fatal SI-ootirg Affray Occurred Sat- STEAME SINKS TU
Reports. -urday Night at Cedartowv, Ga.Mairtitta. (a., Atig. 27.-Iloward ('( '8tiin. ca.,u. ~~.1~7 d: '
'red on Sesthef Raihad Neul N tl't. ti t k li-et agvnt for Fatal Avlsubil AGCWIde Neur to,%D wall a~o~em :~I iitday morning jg FveI Rst wWg to k LM
Ithe and i tt At:.'nile rail wa' bre te14ANo i, i;ig .'lrd yn -i
Chirottesivilk Va. wa.- s'r: Si. c'a~ itz-ay ni-lit by a, CEattaIespli Tom Cf Il'i('tt L 141*It J4." I,%. V-1 Think a I ies
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ENTIRE TRAIN TURNED OVEH11 v%~' tow ~ani!.:trd 11 POPULAR CLUBMAN KILLED 'Tt: a t(1& -8t ,i ter! .i of tbe CAPTAIN INCLUDED IN UST
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C-1:-i.l tw iilar iiin an! ro,Air'.1 opla::'flole (% Uj )l~it s ;Ah.lh,swo: months Saaer srwaabie Ran We. O
Miiken Rail Is Reported To Have fur: ,tel i In !-. h' ~ Attempting to Save His Not. B.'~z rch iter w1r 11tes~e adSns u nteSi ~
Meen the Cau~se of the Acident-,.i loto w- iab ~.r knotwn Frank Ross* Cawaed Accident and a .imiiuit proo, whinE PoliceJured Passengers Were Tasia to stl should ri I"o a.p 1!r~l~ It i Which Results In His Death and em. man Hiunt drew his pistol and inl 09sam% Fewt so 6 harl t() cotitro tit. lie p~-.'t ofi Juieitohe firt] twic, one ball passing through CesW 4 Maryland.
Wahig~.the town. Juist ~ir.the hand of Chbarles Walker. a Cea- Dwtiore Md. A M 41116
Ch..l i'' ) : Va A-.V.,. 27- Coiurniilu, C:a., Atig. .7.- Andrew (:t' ja.'inti. Alm. 27.-11, tral railway ctindueator. and the other 3rlivis steamer Ieu~.Csl
wcrty-cn,'! pi.'z -i V ;. Ro~ler, no ,rd), Is Ini j .11 chart.A II V Fi. i v.t.ijn.u cajtl -t auc bitting Tetw Young. another rairoad %n~ %~lj~i -o*'"
f love 'at i: .it orwu: iii n. ,;A. firing te sit're of T. W,. Fov-t-Ot, jie "''u ol I'. 41 1.' uldt.t mild umoblIn D5 mmrgtidysight, irm ble absi;.,
uterit tf a K"i. Ito ... t. I at. Iirt.oV. 4;~.,1.. rai gl agII ,.1 p:.Ia~ ite jin Ci' ,tanhjosa, Th scfa cniue ndI Wak the in Ge. Caphl mean,
*southern rait's a t Nt il 1. 3- A pecuiar fo At lit; eof the c ca ~ ta:at! %%as id t, i i ii .\ E. Io% .. Jr., Ioi er. a brother r to the conductor. who ofWUh~ums.1 Dd. ia 16 d
* ilir' south (or I: .!. *-t: -~ I WIto r's sl~u'~rt!n aaid iIm~. l ilt- iI W;''iaT's I '.irickii. wais was alme a railroader. grabbed hiama as d w~iurs FAmA. an. "
The ei,,: ro' *.!n -' # It! .. I:.It In-,aw ate t#- lorittchical prozvout'.:l .... ..s.* .. .1. .4. a11 0 A. 4,tb 110 Hunt's gin and wrenched it from his ive persons anw uwpgotaleal 1kl .
aind tenoiler fif'i iii W~ *wittleilti-. 1zlivre ogeenis to be :1*ttie, N. v Y ri-I "..rv.' 'e huslv iujured It, band, thrusing Hant to tihe Ioor. a
1Ihe arv ('l it .m ~~- U a I,iua- douabt as to his ,iily. a. lie has mine ai at:* vi.8o ao-d-nt ie:-e Sundal, Walker f n d three shots at the ON- The drowned soo awe reported w.
on rail. Iartiad s in his po~s( "tion that a.rt- ao- afturnou. cer. while- standing over him, o" e aimbers 0 ie Clwofd
Tit,. truin % j. at.i a.~ r Miltv' 'y stulen fritoni th **of. 1hs he'v~ .v trnl .i~inic at a r'.plid rat&a Shot passing through this brain and Stafldm'd. audtoludedt
Aat IL d.. I Griffin. C~a. Aug. L..-Arite liar- lip ('ar,.rr 3it LI r. in lie %I im prtiov. killing him Instantly. walker was tar
A ~t... .'itt %. -r'. I I ianur 5ya, id si~ ifi..(A ~ t.2(' wind Iflew Yr. loodgcd In Jail. the other two inca be- 'b tgwsI h ~e
mtade up I.,-( i;i .,-d A"i V.~. char,., olli~h attenptieg to wnii a l alt '!.- %I:. i .;f. drivirst tug 81l1o allrested. in tooa InMod slowe t" Ike,
Injured to. :4.a ~"t ~soU.' ,unel zI'utuirn lia-llennc.r train tieu lna :tauk .11141 lie ruiauov.'d hiI&4 Hunt was a brave ofiler and the standard.
I 8atturray tilgut. Thie t rain wai hiti1I5 fre'r.t flit, ati''r~u; a !.e'l it re- unfortunate &Nair is regretted by the The D11armata to sMMl
* 1EAZ'ON COLL!ZION. Istappmil for' the piiirpo~e of ..jt-tl'.g a '..'-rm'.' siviitiy t4) the ft anid pluri. friends of all parties. The, dredge hbee "M t we*
?aa rs fo tedruneont negro ii b'enger %hin it Ass c d actii. Il-i. .64-.11k dololn a rittwpI po~ Eaoft 9 wift"~
PFtlCaho r.uigi~t Transeow e dia'cu~ored ilat a slodetrack oAlllch had va: .1ikiznt a!'!rt --to fut in hui:zl'&. RETURNS INVIRELASEWath hn
Ncrf'( an'd W/estern. beren throws ;i.!d ~te After b#' :,It-. 1tt44I A.i- thrown out. ttgetl~cr The mien, ft Is moid,. oo
Porttuiil ,.I' A 1 27 Cr'i'au 11 Ing put thr~iagt the aweat -boi. lii.r wI' the 'a t~ Its th. i1&itt'bFIe. Temperine Soom To Be Gal"in IaS to ithe, StilidiliN ft lb. I
tor Rbe'' T, CUh I *neIif th it. Ati d rim cqonfr%.vI .i it iu' %aa guilty. 'iLl.. irt.! Llufirt'. *the riunt.g Ground Over thte Sut. a vieft to the Owy.
3irg~t-v J. C. ot],.f Iiim.t.a. ('ordce. Ca. At 27 --.1 0e i r( r'.t .n;i; i .,! bri a ;-i his 'eack Warilingtoon. Aug. 27.-The report Tne mames of does 4 ONe.
Ohio. weie Ii I'tl -'it vttIiZ or Scr# e is, a nototi ii n, grn of Jack..un- LJP~iiva w'llen olli'r inliirs we're suis- Of11-'C C'oLIMIssoater Of internal VOW- melg bee" koni..
mor tM nt~ ~~ ~y r~Jr.i il......... wanted in that state for V Li. -t (I In.e 4i 1. w IBI- entac for the Awsal year, sineimig June ll
4"e head-on colli-hora between twol of; murder. art. "bit to d' ath Saturday Woo.te'n.c ~a''tabrkn3, ls. shows tuat Georgia Wad uoi*r.g .s
se Norfolk a,-, Western froi ..1 night en a S~eaboard train by Offi1cer tiii -. oje i',rv4 s.r-Itins of thne back. iuito~ the ifnuzao'nal treasury $632.440.11S
Uas sear Ila- rly Miiutj J. L. Siine-r, oft this pl1ACe, after VAlili4 IAJ%41 14111itaitit-il a fractured for reil eniie purpose's, an incressillover 0smferemsg q 0f ,
A rlif iM .~J~' i~~'tip negro had made a dit-s.'rate at- rhuli oi hrbusV.Tei OIHG uf $5-..654.29. With the exMnd medical tii,q_ i~~t t tt w'tf'r h me jurtea mn scre at eaalce taken to tbe ception of North ('aroita and imn mtu
Among tbtse 'Injareo .. r('.0Iler. rne body was brouglit loskbitlla' or two other r tit.uts hwn ra motn
Among tie-P injured are: hebre atAl s-hinrod to JaelouvIllt Sun- Nr. 114'-'-A was ChitttAnoog0a's 1110,5t dtivreatte toon account of temperance turreeaa 0,1111in1
3aglneors Cl1iff Siiih and Wi'lliam da~t A re-ward of SC041 maits Officer iow au itidf:oiet PCP;UlAur clubman. leFrtelatloin. the receipts of the govw' Tuesday ot
fitcholit. anl Frze:eiau C. Wiurionane a14' butuinr fo effecting fil caureuT. -*-e-i.neat frornt the distillation Of ar- fores" WIs" baamnS
altiIiy FATAL EXPLOSION. d.'aat spirits .110w an lUCresiso of Doaw. InaO oftesm dEES go.
OfthsciY --SLEW HUSIBAND'S FOE. i)3 '.Osv.esulio for the year. standard of beath of *my yW
GOUND TO DIE..TM UNDER TRAIN Occurred In Powder Works Near Oak- The total receipts trots &ll The foods woe n ae tu W
Many Shot Were Exchanged by Man land. Calif. states approximated l~,~Obet AMtai his'trii gi
'Charles Pli..ike.t Meeits Tragic Death and Woman in Kentucky. Oakland, Cal. Aug. 27.-Au pit It would isrem 'that, the temperance masnmetreris .uns
*Near Warrenton, Ga. %tint Sterling, IKy. Aug. 27 plosion occurreti at the D~upont deN.e- r'oivemeut Is making headway In that -standard of hANNIII 1W grfnS
* Macor. (:I.. Aitg. 27.--Wbile go-j Algin Thomas. a prominent farmer of mour powder works, on the bay six- the taiguil from rel'ail dealers decreased 47 % yards.
lag to v1,aI hii wife' and children near blontxotnery county was shot and in- teien mileit nortil of the city Sat- $ -intng the year. The hiteb ein.. ever Y,'arrvnton. .1. (narlsi' Plutaliett, a8 staritly killed Sunday by Mrs. Katie daiy. in which two peritons were kill- -of thbe u m um to 111114'.
brean ankr teernteid'n Biar~t.thewie n Ae Bme, a-ed. The Jist. to the l111ant Is $60.000. STRANOELY MISSING. Ins goods of aodo
Callaway, If t.-e city public works. wtie fartuer. The Brtutnts we're SnrnesoAu.2-W nth -rlwinportlso
'was killed 1)% a traai near Wart--reo tenants oft Thomas andl the men had 8.1 1") empdoyeet of the California F11ruit Miyaterboas Disappagronile a# Smias. print cloths at 41% VOW~
before III wv.:icl, Suinda)- ni~tt. a dittagnbeietrnt. C'anners' Associatloui who work in the Iyn, N. V., Gchel Taoo~,, Is gfesoafy believed the e
* it is oil, ?o.- I 'mr. Ililunket t allight- Wnihe' llruiet was away from hontie, blot estia!)I.-hflvnt of the company on Do~ver. X. J.. Aug. 27.-Mir A& Intet WIUbe reasd
40d at the lleer place. but tanintg Thenias ehot at his wife' three time's. Van \I'sb au-come In tais City felt the set. Maguire. a school teacher of TweutY tksma epepsibto be had ritl uri ;:-. i-on alte wailted to one bii!l.t gtazing tier lie~id. She me shock theys thouu'tat It was an earth- Brooklyn, N. Y.. who was spreading ed In seveitv. mib W
get back on., lie wa.4 tiirown under curiid a revolver, firing at Thomnas qulake' and rushrod into the streets, her vacation at Nolans Point,, Lake ated In ase enteemeiii 4W
the wheel.i anti 4oe lex was st'vertd teto-e' ne btilhst prercin- the D~uring the stampgede a number Of Hopatcong. has mysterlooiyy disapW

O'clock at night on said Saturday
A n a bet "" &Win the presence o ti
defendant. and my In tb0 presence of
logo ~these parties or any of them and tor w
this dfeuftat that you ,knew nothing
I was with them. yEen sir, and told
them that I was broke and had no Growing girls need care, advice and medicine,
And was offered a rewardof)a-A 4SAWWf aoemotsiyi ti ae n l mother's tender care and words of caution will
0 NO is he tele i~r that you wanted wsis the umy an often accomplish wonders. As for medicine,, a
rni mt No ithtiefr it thi. defemdant would lay your gnlsfadreibeteghnngtonic is
ar iU' you t) fit tut your mother's board and give vo a tiket getesfeadrlbesrnthig
withto Tampa you would have no moore to Wine of Cardui, kitchen wihIdo with it. and leave town. and the It will prevent *and relieve pain, regulate the
defendant refused to pay your fare? functions, clear the complexion and strengthen ALUMNUMAt somewhere about 12 o'clock I
(")OKING was with those parties in front of the thcosiuon
op.TENS4IDz AruoWd House, and we thr" cof to It Is a valuable medicine for growing girls. It
talking about the whiskey and they hatiethsndovractclpeodad
~Thq Ware that WeSN all([ asked we if I knew anything about It. hstddhoansveacrican idnve neve weam ou. I oldthem that I didn't know any- sav~d them from year of suffering. Itcaner neve went ut.thing of It-4 didn't know that I was do harm and Is sure to do good.
Igtan1plgtohvtoaprbeoeteArelief or cure for all female disorders in girls
Light IDw'ble a Ay Mayor. And he offered to pay my
to Kep Clen ndalway mo oard and give me ticket and women. jig ~ ~ lanai ulm to Tap. I bave never asked him Aok ie o t u e fee ealtemnyt every dniggists In $1.00 bottles. Try It.
~ Coffet Pots, Tea Kettleo, tha wanted 11 1 would leave town'
because he thought that I was going
VWui Boilers, Hgasters, Fry Pano, to appear against him in this court, WN
10"NMRPasand evr-h ad he told me all that! h ad to do
was Just to nam the price--instead
Sin Cooking Utensils. of we asking hi.. for It he offered4 ofOItRU
to me. a"d It seems to me that he Is
Eli~lil ~ sulky. or he would not have offered z9 Co" rnothis.
You refused to take the money w hen
ftwes, Enamelware, Till- he offered It to yeu?AB TCT R LTCO P N
I ~~ Etc. ~~Now state who It was that offered X.opg'edl
Va~~o an read who was ft 'ta wasE.EVO L. GR
do opay you anything? Who masde you binnso .54~ Be VOYLE KG
o Mb f heweuj.the offer? mel um magu wa ie"MI tis aaomtv11 van" to1b
Mr. Kite said the city would pay it. dIsy Our ml~emeua wi- hall M~d thi
Tm d.When. was the offer made to you?
/ M OW y" mw tM e at When did he tel you that? R! N( V'T'R
4 i m I donut remember what day It was. --N A0D2T
Va d. Was It since last Saturday? P18 OI3T5NLARY A19D INDSUNITY I3SCRAJOR. Sm
soy1 1 aksw the f w a t o It? No air. "ma a uff of 6 Anwma~ I e 1sempamlee.
I kg My but qp&y by th asrdhe talked with you since last GalvL =uutl A ANDlol
ftW11 ta aM 2rsq@lty vfte? To air.W.H fl.
to ~~~~Nothing was said about this reward? RIHR8 L~ JORDA.WW.HMT5
.hnI p m m Wa?~ o s~r.T
f ibm 49 bo h Has anytod tied the reward
od. Nobod a sics aythlngJORDAN & COMPANY
%si t t~v r ve iou Clayn f 1"" Y.ou Tr ogh nywiseI S RAC
from this defendant befor?
do .? do br*? fumiseiee
a ationow. You may you bought whiskey froLiemd cid n
-y isbto tisdefeudant on other occasions F1rsL f an A CIdatinoow""bw
isE mime. ao many time
mos am hem to own, I bought whiskey twice.
a nmog"he b6 the Newt Was It IN so or since buying *
IsO ftO m t wer skey that Mr. Klit. told you abIou.Aetisus .
It 14 yew Pin, thie r1~4d and did you tell him about i A e 1_Wmw "I~w
*o dr.2f InSo m. time I buying the whiskey?
to ai "MV ow wb To esk. I WNa Ike. Lea Oo0mm th aRoeb, Havea Pol ley Gomiesly0
7 __ WhIwnbo LWen was It you bought the whie. Win WVhberli"Sy of' oiigcontraee oad the V...supy
we op uhem yu tua it &A-1 .*y from him the first time? Py ossPopl
IL SUM. Mr. kyW OR the 1th of August. re
M dIW"M b IbviWas Uthao the daytime or might?. A4s
youA nWL You Are Assure 0rs mmial
lbSV Y Wb 5? Who waN ee xm t" o o gtT a .srosls aoee m o ih u o aes m
A b o l t k s N h u m b y c e t t h f r s t i e e u ._ _ _ _

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TilE DAILY SUN: 0AINESVILLE. FLOttilA. AUGUs' 28. 1907 8

JIIthird %%ias o city. and tt-stifi.'d

INED MONDAY CASE OF BEVILLE -irCnYou cmefarare.agatsne of Oae of Gainesvilie's fl.. .1 MP r q
4 A4
Wo JELWW 70tUg bt!II. 0nou. t4,ll tiut 4 8 1. i~on mAt Is All a
cuurt what .-ou kaiu. if an thing. I thing )au know about it. ORIGIN WAS INCENDIARY bell. un Saturday night I was I Well. I told Mr. 'orheti Slati I w4l1dI
wihs i r. ('ortwtt. WVe wt er.' giiig up uik. to g, I ItI, it lt IlI flie' catch -4011W the street and wt- met with Mr. *tiger. and that there %a. I re e Ho;e and Contents Lost, En Stanley. v* ualke'd down town and ward to( $.*i offeralei to the countss fior
WW"in L*es of About $2,000-No turned armand the urner. amarninam (h mai, tihat would furnihi Ih* I- TI'he greatest cale is a d in the
gue on Premisse Sut Colored Hand several coriers P. I stopped on the out- dcii.e Mr Ctrbett came ower ti mn* manufacture o &h
who. C..fiuystion Occurred. mide. and after a little he cale back room Raturlay morning and tolilt uo
to the door and told me to "'onne i. that is mother was here an that The ehold bo." and have sone cider With he would like to send her home. but gage, together with all its furniture, hiul, tCorbttp. and I went in the that he could not pay his another's wes burned to the ground sometime store. There was another man there moard and her railroad fare to Gor4Wgg Monday night. the origin being sitting don. lie drank a half glass gla. I gave him a check for $1). aladtauwy. and I drank a glass (or a half glass, I which you will find in the First NaO
and it had the desired effect. After tional ltank. lie said to me that he mies west of the Cty. and was one the other man walked out we stayed would se me up town that night. 1ie tanS only the bedt )Fbacco., skilfualy
at the most comfortable In that sc- there a little while. And in a few left my room and Saturday aight I blended. It is a cigar that please.
@gs. The house contained Eve rooms. minutes he (Corbetti wrote something came down town and be came to tmlt So was handsomely furnished. on a piece of paper and handed It and told mie that his friend was down AK TOM CCU UN
TWhere was no one on the premises across the counter to Ileville. I did not town and we could get him to go to
at time of the fire except a col. know what he wrote. After the paper neville's. I walked over to
,ge servant, who brought the news wan handed him he walked back into right in front of Mr. Neville's store.
0 cty. the back end of the store and brought so that I could see through a building. Rey Myers
Th loss will aggregate between back with him a pint of whiskey. And The boys went in there and I saw Mr. ggues Ad $2,000, with only 8600 in* Corbett threw down seventy-five cents Corbett run his hand down into his reae on the counter, and he asked my if I pocket and lay something on the
A Strange comeldence Is the fact ever drink anything. Stanley ?" and I counter. They staid there awhile and Sthe o Ha. b e says. "I don't care. I never refuse." I saw Mr. Corbett reach over and pick
9 Alea Haile. looted onlyr a couple Did you drink any while you were up something and put his hand into g dre ya al, was bugdir still in there? hih ba k pocket. I left the place T ?M Ou Vm A
qg gm dialry origin about two weeks Yes Sir. where I was and came up on thw street 5W
e o r a ypt What went with the money? and met Mr. and asked him
fieIs of Mr. Halle sympathize It was on the counter. Mr. Bleville where Mr. Corbett was, and he told *355 Be ile
o u him t" los had still not picked it up. I then me that Corbett had Jost left the bi
turned around to sit down on a chair cycle shop with several parties who Opus Neptmber IS, 193, at Sa9 a. V
HAD AN AWFUL TIML and Mr. Reville then picked up the had been in there drinking. Hennet
money and put it in his pocket. was going on and talking with the OW WEST MAIN NTREET X. a-s AlNWW1.1.W.
g Chabtherlains Cell. Chelers and What kind of whiskey was it? boys and told me that be would like
Dsirrhees Remedy Cared Him. Rye. to see his friend and he would like for
Rs with pleasure that I give you Mr. Stanley. did you buy any whis- me to meet him. I told him I hM LS Y MACH INER Y O MPANY
111111 vuolie etmoil bu e. never met his friend and that I would W '
a ago when I had a severe case No sir. meet them on the street. He went Loaw obtamee Fhese W4. s ocea Ste"*. JAUZSfYMU& SAM BA
of meastes I got caught out in a hard Iuy any on other occasions? and got him and I asked him where
gal sd the measles settled In my No sir. he got the whiskey. and I left the
saggach and bowels. I had sa awful Cross Examination. place and went around and made the I
dm ad had It not been for the use Who was in the house besides you. arrest. *P
f tamberlain's' Colic. Cholera and Corbett and this man? Cross Examination. a d "it*
Alarrhoes Remedy I could not have ,ote WeshitaiA-..
Ueedillhe l med ut fewou noae' No one else was there. Did you see any money pass?
pgibly lived but a few hours longer ~lid you see any whiskey besides I saw Mr. Corbett hand something. to
but thanks to thi- remedy I am no% that he bought? but I could not swear it was money wtt
stwag and well. I liave aritlen the No air from where I was. I saw Mr. Car.
ab e through llawasue!* .rtd and 'Was there three bottles lying upon bett put the package in his pocket. I sh110ll always speaL .4 .cood word for..........
the counter? and it was whi *ey.
ed H. ForoakWbyall dru lie got it from under the counter. Did you go in the house that night?
Didn't have it lying loose upon the I did in the course of three-quarters counter, then? of an hour, or possibly more. I was
Aged Husband Kills Wift. No sir. Had it been upon the count. with both men from the time I made W.
Tusla. I. T.. Au;:. 2,.--Doe ter. I would have seen it the arrest.
bases. seed 99, killed hMs aized wfe When you went to the store did Did you search for more whiskey in 0 "k it
at their home. eight miles sousnea t you mee the defendant the place?
ot Tasla. $atirday nigtt. ThYe e' the I t ld.
aaeths ago Barnes attenipted to kid
RMicard Lewie. who had eten paying Did you know whether John Did you find any? A Share of Your Bus iess will be
attestion) tom hip daughter, but wi Ml Poke were in there sitting down No0.A Sh r of Y u Rie s w l'*
diseharged. No attempt ha.' yet beeo when you went in? You had secured Mr. Corbett to help Appreelated
&ade to arrest the aged man. I do not know them. One man was you catch this man in the act of sell*
in the store. but I don't remember his Ing whiskey?
Per Over sity Y e name. Yes sir. he told me he would help
.Waws And you did not see those other me.ForPrCnItesthdiowf"
Man Wtaste Secthings Syrp hui
6uM ed tr b mos 11011011111. it two? So you let him have as much as
heedr e e' eh I No sir. St? .. I PggUgR, higaCdU.
a m a meCa.8016M w eia gne Have you been offered any reawrd? Yei air. Saturday morning. I loaned
No the. bmst10wwmehyhesor tdiarrmeoba.
05 eat uediin' d5iDon't expect to get anything? in two weeks. He had no money ad
----No sir. needed it to send his mother home. u
Just had a summons served on you Question by Mayor Themes.
asYou gave him some money a a
es sir. -6toa
Who did first tell about it loan? sir. He was to pay it back ott0 Well. I haven't told anyone in par-*
rn ~~~~~about it. lHe asked me and I told________________G INCV L FU RUA
No reward has been promised to you. In Our RNT~INC Deatmn
Lik e w see No sir neve hav bee* pro''o ss 4 .....m Wc..... .. .as v.. ......U U M puII U
a reward. stsDnrssr e D 5 o o..a e w

8 L0EE R0 R. H.d orbett wa s tht a l tm ,rra Dem dwm o Wee km ed T o a-q H ouse l d e m *u d T
S t t m n a r g r o t h e t h r e e 4 w i nt h a i s s h c k o f
pInts. These three paawe're notb the u'calpe of tth**** same men gte a apoedad I nbd
there when I got mine, but one pint : rn 'at~ lsur'entLd wits dandraf eL. EID D'J Oh FOOR g~wj Im
The kae low that buys was there. When I returned two t 'r for lack oft ar. Raldn'nessh heebok f~mav 10 ~ nb
ome this d ~ui~ pints were there and he lOieteten *.: as. the an at result New-'1 bought them. '.' de kcintl e a~ rrnns a
0~ceo 1tat, CARlfot begin to Who was the party that bought the '': atathy' h '.l to. ab.1n,______._______._____Cwmp t our prcsnest when you went in there' *an .-e'far ar
_____________________ George Osteen. .er of tntsurtous subthe brought the two bottles oan '* t1' .i t aiIte a~p ESTABLIBBED 1869

WE BUY IN OAKS Its' went and called for them and Two dis-4 east ad $1.
Reville got them. Osteen took one 5 .B4ed&C. paa gns
cWTL A n utiinto his_ __pocket. IJT TNput
the other in my pocket for him.
You never bought it? g g $
SAVE MONEY for our- .No sr. I taok it. 3 S
He bought it and you took it?____ ---DALBRS IN --*
I took one and we walked over toVallie Nwrnsbicycle shop. I got Ed W
it for hint and he paid for it. Bevilleg ~~U'DESaiuyT .~ Jf 4 A
CAI NE8VILLE gave it to him and he took one and hl~f, SetPcue i 1 1 1 1
I took one and when wese over t
FUR NIT URE *" Val ""ewer'"" shpIg' the Pitf F~ ... .. aL IUUUU L4V
other to Osteen. --_COMP ANY "id "o"drik'ay"'"i' asmens GANNIlE Fl.A.

that, M the back of the local eletonm
Yb ~ ~ W ".~ St :In whome somse of the most notorious in.
6 = z r1XW=WL ftylat a surrect10us1ts were chosen for the O 1111NM 1RJDW11111 O
Go ato MOO 111 TOM& u~i Uiflai lAgl~ktuUO there hav e been W
now 40=0 bb hab"WI"1111. nor mb processions before the Governor~s
ae 4C do sleoS dimax In: Palace where the American flag was4
Amerimi b~ov by slating that; insulted and where the rebel flagwa
we veed tde preffera sword of given the place of honor In the parade.
jW__ ~ ae it the onwender at Appomatox. One might think that this country had
Iin awu. WaIing from a United had enough of bestowing the fraw gomo ad one, too, sup- c hime on people who were not readyv to he an ~Uusuafly well Inform- to receive It by several go-neratleins ed ai t he history of bis own of training. But experience In thim
ass. Thore wa&-no offer of Lee's ce seemsn to have bet-n a poor teach.
sawd 0e Guet at Appomuatox.. after er. Experienwed observers assured LiverW a
do 0whim of tOn plctures in the old Secretary Taft before he ever left W l
*-" ash"u hisloius of the surrender of Manila that the 1ilipinos were short of eTo w n
602WAM sod burgyne. and the fact voting age by about 200~ years. But the
Im hum me vupsuiudy *Wabd onthe Government must needs In slat on thrukit- U for anl d -In1 piebsedl by TM.
en 1. 63 sUI I Mh Grant ing the ballot into the hands of a peo. Cla mu 5o 04u a syosoe
00 *w Inu excuse for pie who had "o only never used It th Wt sdta tsibadu" rl
d7 Aissina elei who known bow hut had never se@ It used. Shrewd ssq~ us o 1Aumierale or mam.
Wo 5ud, to he lanoant n the subject. Political agitators. not unlike the car- bmnadI 0s"
At A4Pmm4W two sudusble American pet-baggers of construction days,. ere npissi osse m n
ad.11M, both at whom heartily dew. were quick enough to see the use they d sies
Wi~~.j ke m imilleition and cheap dramatic might make of the situation. and the gi3I K I VU T
a~ef m to e aci. a buuiness rosit Is that the Government Io notvu
limlmaess In a bues way. ILA thainked by the enf~ranchised natives
"d so meown thogt orf otffn and has a psitbtlal revolution aim- Wt... "3
b b sword thm be had of offer- meting under Its some again. The im~~heI ba dod
~~~ 1w MmhswMW Grant ad so civil government of the Islands In up =bj ME" to- e~a e~ u
~ at mmunEthe foom ast" the Whit. Man's Burden again. Oine this m u miuMu di e nW& .
doe isti. Whoism gafts be. and this time with cmplIcations. TAKE IT NOW
am rn miles.. tha Wil stand for Lawso=_NoT_=_IN__&b *1W WS m VWf 7absurd things Horn. John N. C. Stockton acknowl- s.. igd3S tCE.
411101 60, 11 111111 irysuraaeVI00 him.- eds" in an Interview Is The Metrop- NMN
OW db Wv God of ols' of last Monday that he has reit ff'. UP^ %L & 4
Nil Wm4 he Grnt WAd calved many lbtosond Personmal soil-,1
al*0 lbur MftumbulY returning eltatioas from people all over the
i~r ____________ tat urging him to become a candl-~date for Governotr, and says that he 11I
4110 P01111LAIL GTV. Is givng t" saludr ww cosla W70 M-4 -N J1 B O W
tieftMof S. Many Persons WUo opposed hi _________ __too oft eputs100"r: The me. candiay for Unit"i Sta:8tes 111181111W___ __-__1014M m WO W& seLake Deto us v volunwAly ioisedI him their
~~ede ~ sm dkism. a support ff he enters the race for Gov- I m a ~ n P n a n
itshmatlny maw. ____*so bh% With wiae verse.
am~~ha dwVyMdd h uoMiued that UUUmeII X onJDLIL
U~W 1111 p14 Of yWn @Pe -Wdin without iserts must not loitr
dbsde mi bwk Ie Peanat, IN ajosma." chiming is gutting very ~UM d" em& hve bee wuuuisr.
1111111 uemh1W me of
a 111111 Mr-v Sik to ~m

"LAZ IJVIN The Atlantic Coast Line Railway

V sh~w~iu =
sMd #ssf #or the --eeso Peopi~ all over Florida: mee the Atlantic Coast Line
asst~ ~00M Pur *~ple oldest" for schedule* to the Juimestown ExpoOd0114W111h am ine"M I sition. Two daily trains tach way with through Mui.
-01,1 W11-"h man Buffet Sleeping Olarm.
amMW m stao" Season sixty days arnd fifteen days-limit excursion
Se hmbi. ~u~imtickets on sale daily from April 19th to Noy(mber 30th
ow ow heasom u b e" atcowtye

~ e.~Wtm~t ~Coach excursions at very low rates.
~~~~ W.h .1.4eay For further information see your Dearest railroad
W; ofUd aft to Way.=m ft'- k..
oftk k thinso ~trY. SMO meee Gliiso 11.-he agent or write

W Jut pea anMu District Poss.ngr Agent, Atlantic Coast L1199 JoCk~onVillog Fie
lyssms hr Iyjst pa ame


gnnhv~nu NLWULHIIT w %fr. fleille "suike& It?TIE AN U K
ammaaamm~mI I bought some cider and asekri ltini T RVN NE B R YII f lie hmad anything stronger to Imi Y T M :T W R
reati and ne Ijury ausedI h.Mway work from sun to suma
~~~~~~~~.~~~~~u DttvadOe nuy ase ).in kiw 'titws works never dome,'-$
', II~~t to if4 like vk iikkeY to niv Iei t ep h oena
by Accident of Tra n.Ii ntrt e- ishnena
m y Mr Fol'k-. are %4) at A lar AtthI thui al LAy, womm orerio ad often
SATIONAL JUSTICE COURT f1 Tt -- jf Or'kihg whlk*c ioT*r in aienoe, drifting along frovis
-I Ina familiar %itht m-i-k bad Lo. worse. knowing well thall
wh~. anToo ~ ~ id le ?rII~ fI I they f_).3% to have lie Ip to 4 veroome
ors --BONE PA'Moill. ITCHING. SCABBY *.. "" the .&ainh anid %obee which dally
4.W H Alleged. for Fun. But Jus. SKI DSEAES y,... riknco h-y mak ~.%(a a buren.ta~ opud
tiee lenderso Could See NtigII *#.-:rIt is to thbse womnm that yIa
i 1tr-nain t ui ired I*y taking flntatice Wa 31h :,it 1w iit.I'iting drink that It ei n atiVeg e Comoun d.eb Mwsy and Taxed Him With a Fine. IIIE( liatln If ye.'u hive stchvs ac.d '.%(it l)Ohbh on nativ oi alsig hnt therbs,.
IPains. in bone e. back anzd Joint'i. Itch. I couw- a'rI s a esism Wehed amid sir-pm
liewberry. the lius-t ig~. ner,.oIn g SWabby Skin, I10o0d feels hot ti sArreIt&ae pressd.anhehered taed ba only AsymptmO
the Went E~nd. haa ftirii.hed it hr thin, Swolle Gi lands. Ring,4 and 11)" '''Ui ri' ftr It. awil horw nitich? aches. there ame draiggimig-down pains. soveamgmr, whe ui
of aienhsittln during th st H~umphs on the Skin, ~%ze~ atchp ,- 'eeier. I ijal ror it. ten cenft~'~ ~~ ts folwe byutac tte got formoso 01110f1111 whichl unless
ortredy. h *,tlto Iihin Mlooth. Sore *FhroAt. Pliple'. or j glaS41 boed nmo oloe by the wore for of. l fti wuuin
ortre as hereito .I eruptions.; Coplier-Colored A y l ~ wa
Sea one man hits life. another ait, gjots or RtasI on SKIn. or ru on Cross Examination. Ly i E ininmUep a e 1
Mad the third it fit,,, of twt-uc:,. Or nfervous4: Ulcers on any part of wht~udakpi o7kestefmmm raIamlasrnadhety edtn.ti
ate tohen boy Hair4 orEerwvaln ir, wheat I drank Iplald for. 1na5to ,1 anerton ipaomt~ d orgamile liroublea, ie
jalls and co~sts. the L tebtteri o yerw faliin prmnriu oridbrth ia eacr omesafl houhte
with akin Imsr~i Iout., Carliine'le. or Boils, Take Botanic whatrin fo ehiightt and it. mahry wOUe mtelt ofguoiflC
wihtkn )'rt4i'l~"Blood Balm, guaranteed to cure the WaI nvtski.weymgt ofLeit is aoet efficient.
and buggy heloninig ti) .1. 1.. worabt and mosit jep-eae the whiidcee'. ditt you Iay for the rider. Mrs. Auguastus Ly'eto. of ea't Mari. Pm. wurtw- wMr hk '
the naval store..; eilee-rattir (if Heals all sores, stops all swellings, -Illei waq treated to the cider, or did haam:-P'@r a long ftAme I s'tVered inat~inuva inah.451Uim
h. makes blood pure and rich. complete. of a o h hskr tdYsebo ad a in ptte loes pat of baskhli &
en ir hod' in o i apa for thhe andkey palms you thoep a f b sd m I eseal a"t
Sunday it In4 reported at south gin te ndtiody int & P. anvthinX for the whiskey? sloopoa and f o loi'te saw ilaln rki&'yo. 1-11-ht s
Passenger train ott the Atfamitle in thte recognized blood remedy for I paid the same, price for it, I Mearin new woman mind Ieasast pras you N ag'= ,
Line ran over a negro oiin these condlUous. for the clder and the whiskey. Mrs. Plukbamn's Invl~stlsm to W sin
g him horribly. and fromn CANCER CURED. Then. you didn't buy the whiskey? s sgf yfrmehm m mS
he died In a few hours. If YOU have a persistent Pimple, I bought the cider, and nothing ex- Wten Mufes tf towna at y am do tek wh li we low to
the sanme dav a veelerede too Wart. Swellings, Sbootiag. Stinging ti-a was charmed for the whiskey. reuleuce abes probably bee ie e .111010 026 wo td e w
ifteelt years oef ager. litn n at- Pans tae ood laMa a"d they will I einderstind thatt 1% the time your oan". Her advion Is from ad always1 aitinL diaprbefore they develop uint brother was with you?________to board a Moving train, lost Caner.~'
fthdold and fell between the cars. Botanic Blood Balm (IL S.B)is YePI4ir.--III the truckse passed over an arm. PLeAsant and Rafe to take. xmntohldIoiB udrH~ s
WIRlY lacerating the sanie that lY teated for 30 years. Composed of C oii rothe tellini n t to Wa i Hour. .I.(r
dion was necessarv to sa1ve thu fv Botanic Ingreilents. Cures Dys fid orbohrtll hi no til ofs citr Me.e r. R t obt?"
001101111. Sam11le11 Sent Frree by writingfiltegu-AulofcdrV44s.
Wfe. The oluration Was 11,r. B1o.d DalM Co.. Atlanta. Ga. Sold Ile told hilt not to fill It full If he lie wn- p~res'ent?Fm iu Fo S b
by Drse. Howell and (itttaen. by Drugglits $1 Per large hetteI OP had sotuethiuir else he could put in Vone sir. F nt eF rS
ngr woods rider employed by sent by expon p r Who elst? I want to IeUre 10iii dw b 11
Ihmdi. the naval stores olierator VI-le bos bmn =4 N aN s2 li
Veredith. drove to Newberry an Had the glass of cider 'bees H. 0. Rhlinehart. ~..
hi os t ak ntePR C E IG INI Something red wspoured in.3 Jr. Seville, the defendant. tog 111111111o 1s1d11111m.W
bmhe returned he was; as-sa that looked like whiskey. 6 .*y elme? Ia budea Me g
to And the horne and buggr Woldyo swear whether or so 8 b'.oii 1Ww s lIf.ii, wb
for their absence. After CAS OF SE IL eteatedi to It or sold It to you?' N h anthng de M680e1 hm.
aimlessly about the vicinity et 4fe ep'ayhng i~b~ehrk
for seea or efnl ~ niudfo aeTre) I paid ten cents a glass for It. 10 %*. dress am N.dw 40 momu.
sm wbre ave le Iur the a-MniudfrmPg he.. M. Malphuts Teetimeny. 4 '1the substance of what yo Woo CIA ui. s
the officers had been noti- of the Pe) for furnishing the evidence. Do you know the defendant? qa eea is akn la._______________nd lter a young white man hr G1. D. Folks testified as follows: Yes sir. I know Nevile. 4 Wwr tBa afgaog
einof Hatheox wa-t arraignedI Mr. Folks, do you know the defend. He Is charged with selling intoxi- adtbew they mat down an s tearb'
~ls Hederon' cortwheeWat. r. flevilleP citing liquor contrary to the ordiman- Ing on the edge of the sidewalk. I The R y l C f
bhe stated that he did not Yes sir, I have seen hinm several c's of the city of Gainesville. Go 06n heard Corbett may that he was offered
t steal the bonse and buggy, tunes and know hint when I see him, and tell the court what you know, if $60 to testify against Seville. and he H-* ak .
NOe it "Just for fun." Intending lHe Is charged with selling Intoxi. anything, about It. ral intko ntigaotf
9M It He did not explain why eating liquor in the city of Gainesville I don't know anything about it. on. and he did not Want to do4. Itbet
to coeback with the team. 1P violationt of the ordinances of the ly just what I have heard. I have he was In hard lack and neededi mon.
wee Ained M? and co~its for dis. city. Go on and tell what you know, drank some cider that neville kept. ey to pay hin mthe board sand wall 1W WeON U811111as 6'7
onif anythIng, about thim selling liquor. Have you not bought some whiskey road fate to go home. and If he had
_______I have been In his place two or there yourself? a tircket to Tamps he woud leave DW Md _1111 OW ON 1
OwDaroaNvrKnown three times and about the 4th of July 'No s Ir. town on the fi rft afei so&i~i36 ib i l
Ia Dlreee-Nve In &lid asked him it be had any You don't 11know anything about his Did Mr. Rleville heer this? N is an sd O L2
SePlthing good and strong to drink, and I selling whiskey? Yel9r a" n b.a fo um.v
1111to1A118YA few words for Chain told hint I wanted some of it to I don't know anything. O berefuse to do it? =. so
SCofls Cholera and Diarrhoea drink. He told me he had some cider. What kind of elderseto it that you Yes. air; Mr. Revifle refused to give = mIt isasso&
-I have used this preparation and I told him to Anf t Slo be have boght fro Mr. Bet him anything. Alum 00M'4 *N
*2fly for the Pat five Yomu full of cider and If he had anything I have never thought his edier In Where were they the l&a time you
1111e neommended It to a num. good and strong to finish filing It up toxicating. saw them?PO .VI
vf k n ork coity to waithlmtig togr He filled Mr. Itaiphurs, have you never drank WVuib toh' E.H MTI
35W koan itthe glass full of cider and whiskey, cider until you were drunk? bed.
-eis a ~t i ay cI'd I drank It.osr aenee esdua Did they make Mny threat? Or any-.P Y ~ e Y'miim
I el mha I Cannot say too You drank It. did you: on cider. I have bought alcohol. gin, thing paid?
~ te bst emdy f te knd I drank It. yes Mir. iter and some cider and mixed them. No sir. He, hung around Bevill M I %W g16s t
o" L-. JUISON. aPring It had the desired elect? and then drink It until I would get like be Was going to "et S
X6W York County. Pa. This Ye sMr. drunk, but since they have put, Ihoenw r ok ta o ibea m
i SaebaldJ it8 Did you ever go Into his place of drug stores 9ut of business and they heard testiI* about buying eider on a*il ao mWd. V~ilf" lpA
husiz-ns? did not [tell alcohol gingeor I can't Ithe 4th of July and also some whim. gaeogI qBS

-A savannah. Ga.. Au~g. 27.-Fater.
Now Th~r Reest Sposhes At* day the third Incowae to~ L~MJ E LE
Viewed at Wasiten. Savannah recriv I telc.rAphc I nqtz- 8 AD MX&PERC.
FA&NS OR ALLWahingos. D. C.. August 27 .-The ries fri mn lazardl i-aetP',. a Frencia
speeches 9C Secretary Taft and Presi. firm (in %%*Al O .rem. advising then DItNT IS is,
()ebouu, A nWdas FoU'mmfost Mdse oien dent koowvelt are, of course, the that t0.p firm aoli~d go Into e-siul.I
on g ow R elation of C lim ate to sty ltv ch ief V01liti478 news Of the week. As T,:c3 Ivr4)T'('r( to c',teiit In a 1- gal Ofice eve. DUttos & Co's.SL
: thes American iwopue like. their poll. wx' thi -' i:'t31 4) 11-P Central Ofl P hae 230. G insvil. MIa
C I"WK1 %rimVOLtic at first band. it to hardly worth (*orbld ralir":&' qlire ti
of Sam 6Meg.m saw ft M I dafms any clam while to spend time bothering with Ig -he il%ddvndl' vu triP four tilliors
Ofwhat Mr. Taft says when we can get of tl,'rd inc~imp. This fl-m cal!ad vo DR- DavEk'l tK. l4) c',
r .M 4 d o ~ a@ Urd ibi "0 MO M ot them than I hot from the griddle froui the re h clud h 'er iere tonwif theirypra E T S
a I Wdi s nm oiin ong aclo himself. As the President has tfn in h aiii-ii t. (i ter cowas -~i*
"9011111 .* silles deddded that, ll know a woman* been slest for such a lng titm- toInica-d.Soars o% D N 18 ..
161111111 le d nd ellniailar. you mut mak a dra frbvviabenwsy sn o i(f I:# h40;1Ir)t Of thc'i- 60C-ctr1- -1 el111111100mkeadrs fNhm-ht eno a oaw lbwO 11% %irfd that thev wouiil enter nte
06. 00 thisM 0" _i_ m doubt bee- careullY txonsidere-d and thiis aa-reE'o'Eent. Theo Vr'reh firm 0004 over 111was ro.dcuee "selk WnI4 A.1"5 th1101111111411 s thios sions~ It w I ust be takes as expressing his delib- own.- atoii one-half the third louotn
.10 1 "is 41e 16- th4e olm U It aollW erate policy In dealing with public af- bouili isi-ile.
'*1 ~laSo io@" Thhes i us am sows I ralra. One of the most extraordinarily D __ DR. ROBT. 0. BOWERS,4
do 0001' nos pal to atomients ever made by a President Bahr Eaton by Sharks. I
o~t @M ead iM A mur1 b task-, i I Of the 'aited States Is President Vl,-118a. Alug. T7 a -~ u bat hern DENTIST.
'C~ ~ ~ ~ ~~4 ovry am atd myhs wheis Roosevelt's declaratlin that he should have het-n *.jtt' b. within t'at3.aMle a xhne
Ifeeyato maMll-igrwlg t the law against rich and Poor lai't few da.%- 'if tVie Aii-tIan Ad- 0"I ilrLwLeal
i~~b~ em so. b& or of awaetu of mr silike. As that is the sworn duty of riatic coa'rt. ic,#-f Sitivc is 5 oult ~.PoeN.U eiec
vedm uftU. all Presidents. It should go without VToglia. when his fr',Pnd heard him itt- N10PhnNOM.Rsde ,0
IMn bhewga.lft IN hoped, wdilov @S'Y aing. T1111 effort of politicians and Volia. when Iditrieutd be-ud him "tMhlm o 1110k0tIb ina e ofau~ that Aanciers so Induce the President to ter a piercing cry, and turtinog around Ihi ~i ftetMO ay some,114thing reassuring" seems to saw htim beingt dragged under tnae wind ~e~a is0 to ~ be m ownmNe had deest. for he declared --thast _ter. A yming wotji. ii. who'. iaa s .~ELI.J.
Im for ob" hdphd. WO have underten and will under. school t#ea.t'pr. ruet i'&ar f3#e. ATRE-TLW
fW MOM l~the no actION of a vindicative, type. A reward of Ill for over *%-' sark (aiixtt TOtYA A .
wwa"d With doi abort ~kk 1W sadaoe& oa nwihsalis raid to fl..hut riarn by t',@ aihrwh utteme adabv aln action whic shall btit.uut am 1!.#% 11duig'" I'a-A v-0 satile'l (iAIsXVILL5. Waa
~~~W.~pu tbaa Wn ialkt grea or unmerited auleoiug increased 'if 1310tl I ~c o i
-pwwlbiiia Wa asv eal .0 the 1InnoCent stockholders and -11 1.-;.ia: i.-( e4i to fit u BKR AHSO ATD
_____iiiini ~O mome M a stiI d&069". Upon th. public as a whole.', This ou_____a otl~bfrto.BAEMTRW ATM
~ W W 4 .. ar min OI was 1 t aes b i l t r e WOR ni-rng S1h t W ife; K illed Sellf. A T TW R N E X -A T .L tA w =-qr th49al t he amu k m' A uistrado woul trst New York. Aug. 27.-Beruardi
-M I to iso nn -o thiesses am wel uk n alra n s tocke Delancey, firat sergeant of company H SOLICTORS IN CHANCERY...
*0dfd~ Ce9u0W 1A seubdeda m antla advance.8 But silty-Ninth regiment and assistantd daw diaess; hut the. is af U0pW Prefaumt Remaevelt 'sa & cN iDM~t janitor of the armory. aht his wife GAIRESVILLE, Alsiehus Co., FD = ____111 14111 ths hsmn ft populr k 9'""' Noa'r Public consumption in their apartment hbase F'fday 03.. In Harmans Bloek.
1111Me andelk Tm wa fts-I in* the ~ e 'W~ a lfactmr Of morning and killed himsself. The -- ---- --- --
*Mamfmo Ap o ah WOM W" ws"liik NOW -Mid 111ey1ha ONm- bsult entered Mrs. Delaney's ri&. FERDINAND BAYER,
O e som 4086 miimboI.e m TMere 4 0 21110 shout as much financial ear. She is In F'lower hosittal, ad
0~ they posiby can in order the dotorA thnk she will receve. ATTORNEV AT LAW,
41111111 1th =V vmno yY8dw11011CY of the Govern- Drink caused tbe tragedy. GAIPUVILLB. 0 F*nok
now A VW did the President mess?
"fa so %35i SC =u dto1m rCkvnI aoOn 01YU S property, (1m
411111111114~~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ OU0 W sM-Rosvl,1111 N W y asdo hd~re who an! proved Said suaimpod. -Id~popb
POWddes hdi hatvlyel- m b nai s u ho t" andtu am r I l w isf i a. sow W
,Mft 1111 -_,0the f"ad Inamelers to die- Wintd Ow sikness. whem t~e re. ARISE
I s heaskof~esftwho00P01kY Of the United Sttsansns Ir hunw. A.i CARLSLE
~~M~~heb eou hardly have Nad earned &rM their' food vot being a.AT0WYA LW
Us y nkrsin laeI mind, although it is 0111116124111 but devoured by WoMs.AissiCanEu
0#111n1 4C Riiauwd known they ane advising a let up in few doses *I Whites Oem Vermi-. -n 061o nZ~9
i ~ t to b business mO ame refusigg loans to tuos will a"" them to ceas crig RieEttefoteaen adS,
dbammis_ thbwl e & Pro' Ieitmt business customers, and begin to thrive at ocos Give it 41111 Pi'aetle. All business promtl
slw*sb" asnm aff ~ fiUnni trouble that prevail. Is a triaL SON by W. M. Jehaims. olleat. 00se seat~u do t
1tIb so 819th Iost inmsequece of the Repub. dDGAXAI2 FOW
to he"'woonW r icn plc o i a c a d a w y Asked to Reconsider Action.
Uis """eet_ Ha" Yo helping Wall Str0et when In trouble. We'rcilo. ca., Atig. Ron DadscI
WIDO 4=1e dm have anty OW to this P eldesnt Roosevelt fol' State Agrieuu'ttral Society at their, dTi
so aireseiof tsteMR.lows UeZbaidto iV Of his Pre"*- recent me,tH'rz here pase~f~i reol)In- R adT ae
4,Ali 1111,WE isp heir wimp wibth mo ______-1~trlAi h- n .
railway to ree 'nsid.-r thiir ac'ion
~ id~vmmI~.Th talk of Mr. Bryan's friends Ahandoning -the conaitr:iction of the
herftoM-oN d eSge" that the sL9Uggsto by Democrats of branch rme front Adattta %I& Carroill', Ma(u. ol a ""Mher Uma for Preswident comes too to the Birmingham connection." =l lbW mhn!1y think! from Wall Street influence is hardly In addit ion OheY Pl.-dred their hearty
4" bdgm i yo u s des in" ~n have colwaysio had theeve Aaiid tic Coas
.*0~ lifr. yea k'- ~ *P born out by political conditions. Thec-ortInadwteraiisi.
Repulicniv hae alayshadthetheir power to further the construe lta t' o s
0ampei % Wt you on& cc the arver support of the Wall street element tion of tae Lne. ___________4W M baere s eIfeoscr i n*11ce that party was able to elect a Ds' rm l
Anwa tuato nv exec 40 ma P eudeuL In return the Republician WWO YOW J00 acbe and you aW. D I
~ lewim asY. ezestt eadParty has legislated in the Interest fer ftom rheumatlsm. tliY a Lbaetle
18 NPUMW Us biff do't ciz-of this corporations. if occasioally Of Bale U1WLniment sa" get ne H l a
doath4s. i has bee naesar toN appa th instant MeWe. A positive our. Ow1__________I -W7, well" ts voters by enacting legistion =most &.__aim bn.cusosrce


FNE DINSS IN Cross Examination. Yez sit-. Ipalid him moneyr.
CASE OF SEVILLE~~ ateuti I thajt hII' had 1110t lx4)liglkt all) fre tan the- deft, ndavit'! ot fhi nv~i teSaso
wtii'ek.y t,. I A 4 glass#- of! Hile'r e of*~ th tt f l.oia Femille College.
Ju lst tAlit eil -:Iid t henp Ne-%*r t~t anly 'Ahiskey oofofh.
(Continued from~ Fifth Plavc I -i s Ii t. I didn't know an thm P ilaee f tat GGICVLLLFA TLAAs4FA
Go (Itt seIiux If hi ,ke'y. Ae Celle foroewtek0
I o not know, air. I sure~ dt, nti?. Wat aaa.-kingj fou, %fr. ithizie Redirect Examnination, young men, offering Literary, $61-lee fUhrl ea
Do You know w whether Mr. ('eeris'tt. Ieart .. id h ii% a that hie- diI)tt ot r'' inU lt he biCocle'sti ite (i ontirac, Einginetering, Agrulcumral far Teashem a seh..l of goiuso yba ho and M~r. IHevilloot %e're udking'I.'" .~Ik" .11,4 td (ill s) it' ti his iadpdggclCu ra rs colo ieAt
said anything to him as tulkitew I'iotthilik! almoetit it" No sir anIncludsl orss.ting Ais, pipte oes vn A
IStrong faculty; well-equippeid vokcui lr, ie egomd wisil
ww be would do if he Aould go)? 1 11111 l%%ti to ?Ia sezi' efo cidier mtide Ili i ~. N.-%bern's ahoE'' laboratories; thorough inetruo. GalS cutre.SO~IO a pyl
Noi. no whiskey. No si.tion, both theoretical and precti- A fauit oI abl op~etI
He* Dever promised Mr, Ceorltt tha Then, whatt ),oil said(i ot.uar direct IbidI ec glit themi all), nineey to cal: careful supervision and dia- almprmos
bewudpy i n uoiva 1ii 'at ion ~a that lit' saizd lt- 111 1 1tav for tho, I zitleior"* c ipline; high moa toe TUl IO FRrt E E Cta.f
.wldpyimayWi'% know ;Ili t ieijii jitotilt it, I; got Ili*- liquor tha was terowtat Notito charges to Florida speia affo In& W
stidnt.,Other expenes very dused to a minimum. Now bu4
)wO Sir. I didn't hear it if he did. I. id thatt lt-e told u,: that ta~ 411i at 'for m~e fromt .IaicleioiilE'. I. For catalogueo and infoevna- Inge In course of auela
Vid you hear t'orleett a.k haim for knieew nyitttliiag Molot ~%r lt-ilit' '~o .%oil didtit' wet that liquor froncti~ addressrt feetaee
Soey and tell hinm that Nwtiv "-' sto'liirac whiskey. Ite Writedwa f"RE .00 V ldtA. A. M"IsEi PggeM
sOW ? lthat he was tsa-ig that he dide lie tiol s (Iiir
Too Sir. I did. ktaeaw ajit~tigg aiKtut %%Ao 1Cttrioe eI Tis c losed' the tesItiln)Y. Andt the --coig t to lielilie? haifltup' lca~e wats suliomitteit to the caturt fJ A U 0
To Sir. I don't kinow. withtitt argument, when Mlayor 0o S o i M E R C H A N T I e
j&W oig b~efore~ hall the)* 1wen Oni ala other (iccasian did lte ,,;y Thoma'4 paas~d sentence as above
about it? th:it he' haud bought al fran taini? stated. eaetiisidJbo a
Abt five Ifi#,t'5 sa' tha ho has ioolgh n Tried to Disqualify Mayor. d
.bee were three pre'ie'nt, ('orbieit, 'sy ha e ii logta When 11evllt' wats arrested he made
and yoursef? I froi kMow anethiag" atout that Mayor Thomas was lirej- Stapie and Fancy Greceris,
I on'tMr ihio ntile? aboutaIt'
yelfSir Westad terealioutI1% Wht ws 11r.Coretts cndiiontidice in the casze, that he could not I'msi. e tad ter iliti i'. ~ wa M. 2orets onitonget justice before him. etc.. and asked Srab. far"e IeeE @W ft rz r
di tatmate cte lo wenbf wswith %fr. Ik'ville? Was thttecs etidbhh r~en W HAD QA1,GIEVI V U
'3wdi tatmatercone ue? lit, in his normal odtti
agbett maid that more - Io'iti that the Cuca l. b trie b yo e ieden sourt pries padfo h[kn.1ARW34or %
MoilAnd hat e thughtIt- le te4efled to themoinadpree wtthHiss.m
mad that e though It--ell. I wlet youA Lu tell whether'til oni.bttemyrdnid~~ ANSU~.fAKD
Soville. up. Te weltal-itil As to whether himt verdict In
itadTe l akIhe watt full of blooze or not when you, *isil yteeidec.w leave A Oogepfr'. @Ulek 01 HAY. '1, 04O Flour, SiaM eal. NOW- e me II
last maw tiluin and 'Mr. Be'eille i.t)- ife byte"taI~ esd P. e.Wv bowls. ouli the IT3R. 10Sf goud all 0he Ww.
big partner turned him up and gteithe public to Judge. 1X6 PRIO3CS sa iragmmsee aoeuisnU.. Good"
be was offered $Zo0 to testify Ie don't know, he had been drinking In Clutches of County.
him. I m cdr Immnediately after mecuring bond
besyh a vrbuh ly Testimony of J. H. Spence. on appeal of the city case, Mr. Ieille C Y ) T A S I O P I
?i ebdnvrbuh uy )0yuko t .Saly sh was arrestted on a warrant sworn out
SevWlbe oadner oughoret any Doa thn no .'.tne? sh by Sheriff Fennell for the county. Ho L D T A S I O P A
Mvile ofer o py Crbet al)- li te romwas taken before Justice Colman.
So leave the town, or did Cor- Yes. IThe one who tebtified for the waived examination and gave bond In
esh Sevile for It? city.)tesmoS .
Sbid that he wanted some Did you see him any time this tesmo 40
Ad that be had to have week? amo%4 ClCher an
to pay his umohers board and Yes Sir. Remh~i, olic, Beter Tand
6W' nalroad fare home. and that Did you see him any time last week? DirheRmdySterhn
V Wa ticket to Tampa.. and lie camne In the store of Mr. Goode. Three Doeltors.
1 h Md take the first train out. where I am working, and mentioned "Three years aglo we had three docSMr. Sieville was there? about Sir. lievIlle being arrested. He tors with our littk boy and everything
stated he didn't know anything about that they could do Seemed to vain. f aA .1111I '
SUdh did not state whether or not It. I told hini I heard that Mr. Cor- At last when a&H hope seemed to be
ifi ag to give him any money? be'tt had done It. He said he didn't gone we began using Chambeshlm's
SgV. We then went to the 31c. know who. Colic. Cbolera and Diarrhoea Remerdy Jacksorhville and NOW Yrk. 'o
Urnsffi mod I went to the room C194 Examination. and in a few hours he begaa to I- (&Hilig as CRL38M. L C.. MOt imos
thips were going to sleep to- He said that he did not know who prove. Today he In s a ealhby a
They wene there until next tre .levleuchild an parents could 'wish to."- YhM VMd ftm ~ I eb ig e U
shout 7:30.urHedn' know whol eporehm MRS. B. J. JOHN11"OM Lintm Kism
about ~~~~ ~ ~_ 7lyde Hedd'Newworpre hm Wsl y& rah w Engil and and Sotherm UR@
the drinking together that I asked him If he knew any nitorle Clyd saebNl dugss
about It. and his answer was that he desakesue.didn't know anything about It. PRE DISPACHES Vrisese~semil N O elleV7010%
they Not too drunk to know Then he did not say that he did not autm brnmW mso
doy Vw4 diolng? know anything about the selling of Thie roia t rr.1cttr of the -kirrency has
hov1i Dever bee s o drunk that whiskey? 0 Issti. Le a (.L, 1cr a sta' i,: nt at; to &3JE.LX.Z W1=3Z1 ". Z134=111
know what I was talking He simply said he didn't know who t~ol :,? od tit,1u h.~ ht the Pau i hbonad. .. .....liI
reported Mr. Devi"e ciii uf bu:'iues Aug. 2". ........n. .... .... Fme aliniinm...
TI. Slanley's Testimony. 111lo-Dlcect Knaminatien. Tnt' C~arat Record. a weekly newr- ________were you the 10th of August' Di he pay that he bought anDY fana nf*er wfi-t 'aA te irac inVuat work at Eddins' mill with whaiskey from this defendant. atid gan Iaf t!:#~ au, .,):: v14 'joseph WWI 8L :b m
Kile. This young n was that he knew nothing about It? V' -t~, :.e,,sry of thie 11W 0 AelO V.e 0 AIP
ow~ the young man that was I asked hilm If he had talked with lhn.:-.n c'm,aW 7o:v.n.. .Ion. siI1 have Ssft.piag Al P111,1811ADW, 111861u0 M3l).a h imgmm
GV.Ger. Mr. Reville. and be told me that The charge (it the p&!, er. -I i i'e
lay you were with Mr. Kile? thought Mr. Corbett was the one who Tb e jewt. % -. s t. re of Pra nk M a) r &tsm Of F A K O4VI
KO was working with me that did the reporting. Sons was reeti'eied inSwii tt- ny. Ind., ieSm p
at Wdima mill. We bad beent And not whether or not Atnyone the thiet ea getfij a baul of jewelry Is~appelmtd to @0il AS bhilmu: Lovre 9 1h
lostwte about three weeks. bought it? wortil $2.GOOM. Tbmuudmie, adep,. Retera -med~I~


A"Ifw M111111 no l mow WHI Pave Church SheI L
OW* pnnV fihe. A Mpe"a 111116011 0 thW ditY COMn- SS
N" 16 sow me "&M went cli was he Mocay evesing at
wIkfeh v aatti. which do*5 M 61413555 lPrOYbU6 hi )RT OVl TIWF C2ONI1TION 4)F
for the pavin o1 Church owee east
%I F~b" ip" w raom f frm t"e laterseetias Of that street
OEM on"~ w a csjenle foblcswa I~n 1 T heGainesville National-Ba
W '- Re b4 s am traducedl an" passed upon Its first and
k,, ~ h sko xWe Ne'. ties W. lAb. :::dAt 4uaiiie,'s jilt', ill the "'tati' 4r Floida OW street. almeinvie.vides for th. cost of such work, sand ~ ~ (I..ifiiii" l~Iiij Igl. ~ ~ boom MOW. W. 3L Mahsm. the Meftodist the Issin of special.asessmient city Athe(os4 1oi-s'Ilimy 191 2,4K1
u1be ag Rediss, speut Yesterday
ft Ob dly wIfh Mmis It ES )('%'E
On D. Nems, a masval stoes A. H. Shwaou and family passed 7
rf- etou of lmum. was tramimedug thlough Ohe city yesterday en route loans mid14 li)nts~i" ....... ...... ... .. 141.4171
Oft Sum %N O Is e yeuteuiaty. to their hoqp near Miamopy from a 1' S. BKiiiis ttPein irI''ITlIItim'i .. .. .. 24NN
~~1" voisid os fr rs.Tat of several weeks to points in 11 11li 4)11 ****** **.... .IM
pih.." j13~gm, Woht gt die. the Carelleas and other Statts. They
uea swam A&ggDo9 2K rset wK to Hot Sprins, N. C.. where hlamkitig INIts. fhirmitur.' and tix~turtA. 24*. .2 the dy Numbe~d forsm tlme* we Statiiiery oil lumd ........9...... *...
-. ~ ~ ~ -& 1110101 a.3 a inl uig Asheville, Jamestown. Wash6s, J IL 266m y m Wda q hoi als Md natlm re. sp"mlin a few (ait'li iii vailt wii~Ithu fii nm I itiks ... .. -. 42
~ O do WO, TM M SM Mr. days IN the mote city wit retoties.
00 M~ ste VWp hce thy steped to At- 'I' t.i .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ... .... .... 5,22
ME__W" Iftom sad Marietta. Ga.. with relatives
a" 006 W. T. Calmmon at m* OW endsur a short owaym in LIAI ITIES
___ ~ V6,4 t" bmw u'm lo he, aD thye Caigwstocslrapital stimek Imid iii................. .. 41 A.iwA)
W* se I - Uiiided profits. li'ss4 etirrs 4 Iii IiIi*..W 4MU lg part of Dr'. ad m W. C. Chowalag and 81141 tatxest tmi ............ 1.1
ON 40 49L AM blrmaisssm l a m #crthe do. ter, Miss Alie Blaka reniery wo be ow isd 3. X. mo of Hawhomn were amas the 91 lepos t..................... ....... 73.345 8
on" 411110"W Mto 41wls a thBrown Houes yester-__T.
so WWe *=m a Miss inye hu ly. onI maehmw% 'Who reemay 'riit*k1 .............. .............. $1 .
so do l in u e 3. arrived IN the Satm from virga, _____Tom TqJlis he M the ow has smnow he conymarinal bells,-~
b= o e e sad wll toe the Windor school the STT OF ItAWA-. 33
oooftgtweL Ne caus b4O~y COUNTY OF ALACHUA.s#ww A
___recossmadmls as a teacher. sand willLC.A acakmi odosemo Sk& L" baws =a @110111 **@=a n_ Uwm tu do IImy hm a dg and1. C. A. FMRCLO)TH. Cm.~w.
J h 'm M J I M s= b e % l u m e a m s o d d n o w a M s u c s I n be r S s hu & S Jb d u t o W s s w d e 7M b d a y of A s p o 1 9 7 .
va6 iin 61 mmd f 148y tieUew on- mew pall... --" EVANS HAL Neu P~.
dim bo no move.- M W TV -SHAND& SiCOS
fev. 3. ~ the Methdlut The -e Isnso mre- K. H. DePASS. ___4m o hmthss.reMwl 1b N e We "a YM me -oe. ON E MO NTH OiILD 'IN )DAY'.
OW M I hoe tum Come sad he asi evemore. o" he bw beeis tj 13 crawfur4 & IDvs meplow

of11114"S.~ a hbed.4 mdsa o hoav~ ~urdy _ _THE ARNOLD HObE

it 09 iiiba TEib pai hp ti Earthe 1000 AND BOA*4. TABLE NI B OARD, A 3PE

Ubb~ he~u at 7:4 Ve~DR. COMM TO DADIE CITY. UIE9
TW U~ Jklussoipsitya Sc ilUU Lafl PtIncipsiship of Dade
as~~~~~~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Vm7"tmOi-A i SOOCityHgh school.
0 I ed rpi.' "e at thee Mr. P. W. Carr, during the term of RESTAUR
I& a. "" 4t N0101Gom the State N,"ml recently closed a
a', efoon.f ytiesding ~ U P I S Memb~er of the faculty of that school.; 1f6n Floirlet toIs w f
1140"nI a hIliaL In to ame SU PL E he has accepted the principalship of Tw JAlE Wertic Faf.
Ow. son" relnM iyor the [ade City high school. lauilf vomf rt.
you o amat w "NO KWIt may be Interesting to state that! Kf;J E.S~e.aameavlh~alle.C~t [r. Carr, who Is one of the most wide-1 PRTCASCI
%tOtfswafela oet of The mie ofhe oldesIntimeto servce.: Menu consisting of from seven to
100=01a sop awmers In mmi.was the Arst man who was ever pgrin-: dlihes, elanged three times a
not- ml" 1k 011etullv an su ple Is elal of the Gainesville public school' -aa*h weasil ws Ve of this ~ ~ 5W for two years In sucession, and he As good as any 50 cent1 mesl is
6101m a do' owe btmth of *could have held the position ludehtt%
ddoosmI ly. but iras compelled to relinquish -ciy

ILU60 MSwh rUftI." whres Sel-Orfrtdws iss in co t O4Ine on ccoUt or failing health I 25c Luncheos Served.
t~ twomt~s. ~rag of LATES, ABLETS, After regaining his health this dis-' pianefuLalsGetms 390603 Ret. Gawhere e an SP2VLBX& tm heg has RAad much.0 eIelec for Lodss a apesayOld
a.- A-ii~mu &a-~ __& jyyji nor 6&- -- --- malk- -S d other schoo work He __ ___


211 PE E INJURED Codnsation* frm.2teAl KILLEDI 2 1lEWD80mti Afra : Oeisse STEAD
MattsGa.Ai.27.-Iloward Veollartn"Is i. .Ag 7-CdrAb
-W" em S40h &N" a ber itvv ah fickeud Nwn fre FaWa Ateble Aad"b NM Were was skl udyIa nas ii

Char~oflesvUfl TL sti-'a n..P.htI byer- a' Cbaasp TH of PORIce@Wais Lauresee Haut by In
"fVi ) wh or e fro i ac W alk er-, wI~ eh n irirred at s o w se
do~p a lr!T f t I c s o e l Ut o s re t
IUTIRE TRAIN TURNED OVER!sa w %.'it '%a&nirh. aipd the OPLR CLUSM KIED '~rAaecektm tre t~ P
cadlbli i Jutii-,r %vin. an r('i.iredl I M-it o aI about "e the 365
firiken flil is Reporind To Have fo'rty suzteiira to) c!1i~z. The ideft I g Attempting t *,~o Savabe 0 o 19s on n thlews: whb
gieen the Cause of the ACCIdent-io.. ti'y of Norhit1I't as-wkltflt is known F ran k Ros Caused AeSGdMt 4 iffcaity urns1, vim foIso
jaird Palsengtrst Were Take~a te and~ -h')ii'i he IJ4v a:pr herded It Willi Which Results in His Doakh and Me Salk Host drew ble Pi~d *i
be bar.1it lo intrul th"e the peijile 01juie to Otes Irud twlee, cal bell peasg thue80 ft"E t4
th town.'U thebod of Charles Walbir.*68
SAlig. 2-s.- C'olumbus, Ca. AIi 7 -nrw Cattan-A-p, To nn. Aug. 27.-Sl. til Iw&Y edu@ i. a"d Of
vWLt)-~cfl pe iz -er iLjI.* !. osbier. at-,tro, Is In JA.I chsrprgl wph Friard Rees'.., vab niAu. tvaipalst a"m hittig Tolle Toems. smihif salern
5oLC. (jfIt.*it j,iom4! hji time dt sa:i- firing tt~e sttre of T. W. Fortt-on, umeia'.r of I,.t (f Cie oldest ad law"t 03.
wel 44f a .oi ':~~*ut at Fortson. Gas.. -Pvral nights ago. &rD1i~t brodliit lnC~taog. TeicUe doetlsued asS on* h
Soutr.ern ratilivs at r~' 11,r.A peculiar feature (of the caie is tisat was ki:a*d and ~.E. Loy.. Jr.. et ff. abohrt h mdntr h
wtis O~ I (f d ',It SIL~aY. Iosiers father-in-law and sister- this vio a~id W21ariHndrilkd. Wns wiEas 0vIlsM
Tthto et,:ro* train e,,t v,,- it) V.,- In-law are the principal prosecutng .uJie .a.I. 0. Is. his,throwing~ weabe t as aw. la
"ad tender tiirritd o%#11'. witnesses. There Poems to be little Ntw Yurk. %e-re #~~in jured ahatrwa lMt sSw
T'he arcc'lew'AA 4 a'1111110i U a torox- doubt as to his guilty, as he hasi someo aui sutaowo'le accid-nit bore *uuday Walker fired three 1111111 at the 1111 MIN
on rail. tartlls In his possession that are MI. af eeoon ow Wil saams Weir hus. Va
i*iw traiu %i~z. rarr.LL!. at a i. .-mittedly stolen from the Wtore. Thirty were trmveI1not at a rapid rate shut Poas thu"A 4 4 11111111 tat bret d. -Oriffn, VIa. Aug. 27.-Artie liar- up Carter strt-vt in Ihe West portia. hums~ him Iinstastly. V.156w 0
A I-CL V 'a %a. Itn~-if..t -, rig. a negro 25 years old, Is to jalii(if the- city wilen tie wind blow Yr. 11011ed Is JaM.I ls e"her two beil- u
made up LI're und vi-riid &A ul L-e charged with atteniptins Ito wrtck a n~ee.' hat off. %I-. if-pli was driving tag also arrested.l t
injured tu War,:.ugt1"U. outbbound S6uthern passenger train tri riainn act1 alie ~~ hes avkIlb ust was a have eeor an&'I
---Saturday nigot. T'he train was hands frt the afte(-rlug wheel it re- Qulbe'tasaft k Als' 5 1uN byhiaft
1HIEA.DON COLL!31ON. toppledd for the purpose of ejectinig a versed stiddenly to the Wft and Plnan. himd. Of al10 pRIPoe
drunken negro passenger %hem It wits ed across itv aie--aik dows a steep ratal Crash of-0gh r~s i h discovered that a sidetrack switch hde~unetatr~fe ahla.UTRSSOSS
Ncrfol~o aid Western. been thrown aad locked. After be- Mr. Rc-es sas thr'own oat. together
rotrmt (I.Ati,-. 27-4-n,'- ing put through the sweat-box. HAr. wit"i the Otbc-- in thi maehine.1 'ree e See o Me 11111 lk 110.
* tor Hubei-, 611inre Of t11db City And rim confessed that he Was guilty. Groundh itirlici tNo~u t111e1 aunn 11FIIMI .ee
1~'~-rJ .Puv.-o Unava. Cordele, (;a., Aug. ST --Josta rd b, i Orni.4g :J his back Wauhbmagtai. Ass. 2?.-M1'h rePel If
Ohio. stcru -'' olit?~"t MOr bi ?Deis aotoibtis at gro of Jack~un. whiIt ch otblh la rs weeowef ~ salalnro
=Ore trA11innI. wieiouiy injured invi. a atdi htsaefrtiin, d. Nlr. It. di d. 4Ils4 few Uina1 at for Mhe 2"m yneer.
tCqbe hat-oa collf4on between two Of murder. was '.bot to 4. ath Saturday 13,'c and ovrec s ,ais of et bok 30,t the? sheWs that usT
*he Norfolk a".J Western f n iwz.t nigbL on.. aa Seaboar strann by th(ak.It teacaaerimu
nala ear [ais,. arly Hona.. 1110 Saor tanb ~ie ailie loave aeu"taiiied a fractured for reveane purpassa
ri trj 1, pR~i~aaumner. of this place, after hd ad.hrbusa h 5 3 f$.5.. Wh~
A mqleica i r P.) iiI.1 tap negro had made a desperate at- shodr an cthr bir uis ne es Tohe IMo, ofrlb $67"439
Among thse lnjure i a: r:
Among thte Injured are:r teS
E~aimosers C'liff Smith and William d I* lsot p
?iicbeui: anti Firemtan C. Workman, all I hsM
fair the oew.
mated #l5S.OW.U.- buts
oharies piunkett Mefta Tragle Death
Near Warr-enton. a. mka eda
M )acon. C2i.. Aug. 27.-While go- Alt.
tri to %,&it his wife and chidren near j asi Yw
'Warrenton. J. Charles Plunkett.s at .... 1100
freman uni~er Sldperlattendent BInMUL N
Callaway. ct the city pubib works. a,
Vas kill by a train near Warrenton te
lbeorc 14) clock Sunday night. a
It Is siI~."1Mr. Plunkett alight- J*Ag.~
* r at te ioper place, but thinking T, a sebmi Oi w at
be hAd rot offi r' soon attempted to 01 T.b _W 91.
Set back on. lie was thrown under clat

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