The Gainesville sun

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The Gainesville sun
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Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
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H.H. McCreary
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July 2, 1906
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29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )


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

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Y 0 QS 24, 1 ONE WLLAR A
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f A t .,evelli, e
vimties. Ge., O. Oua0-s aeuSt
Sof" wv wator in Velw rivwr t Por
"'. L t erle.thlli is plat rof the I MNo.
tahetnulus ilejiIy a" that p"le km
bee.forced to Mr a short time.
,".1 ti^^ | Xmwitihetanlag that tie oBter
o w of water Ii stappd Ig tihe_ ds
Sg 1 drtO the lsitt, It Is aSt laoll to
W A .WF~~fl- SSx' M OUMN Aecuan! iatau a auCOleit afppll to keep
S- .r.,. ...thie ill runsi a e fll time 4uriP
w ,i. .t'the day. The op eratim of the Qov
4 a 0 -'!-I .-.I- .w te i too mill ,whleh is rune by l"a>
t**s v aIv it we a p vower; has now beens aXcted by the
S T ., d -ry weather.
SThe amus rounm which the water
.". Ma- w. tanks of the Caitreal of ACeomil a l-
t lir itrd HNlatial ay re suppiled at lltt poilt n4 atl
- the ae wOe'm Maea, It Is stated, a e gradulft i
' *.1 m se o;r*W had Mobl giving oeat, a ndsaes the pra--t
L lwtq l g tdiLed weather ainditios are relieved isert
S' I the It Is altogethbt pro"blt aL the
S 3p Stotgraft M auls of traIls c this d4M of
tt .h..- i. l..,I the Coalral may lbe eriwaly sutt.
pOMk4 AA w1 th after lft.
Sl -' ,'1 kIOn "tt% l Although ither 1 imo daerlip eloO
bM hisM uO' IWO 4I N dd00 blf SOW
s 2 "eaad e.alv Nhis" plklat about li1aur11e .dr4 up and
S164. Jall late vegetktimn belag ctt e, lthe
a sA eIwsM o I; plasn d aibu -a- ter trlagap an
as. .. .. simmer. of Shims setion ane wehsps 1he


lllliigll pitelst sautnrer from the *MlEt o1
lll lat ol drought.
Sat e TI The, trmer, gaperally are not eo
LIT pSaplatlag of the drwouht, owlng to th
.. Mtde l eltldti orded for gl t rlwsg
end as r l Taft __,gFR mAa

AY*W' ,.9 ., rw.Brl w Old Soldiare of Alabama to Metl In
,a4 f Mo**^ bile. 'Ala. Oct -rernthlag is
flg^- oc uLLosa be Ia the best "ape wbef the
U Ks bequeish$: AltMhsa Cofederate Verteas' ten
f' ,'i& t i-"aa s Ito Mobile Nov. 14 and 1,W
At a seUotig of 'the rnualot com.
Smtteeo it Uas reported Utat ample
;T. tblag to eachel. funds*had been raised; that three rev.
gt hi ient f eCI n ectittir bad bees secured by te
c .^ *ptst enPtetrainmeit committee to take the
.S6 ..,10 W s ofh -1 lsitorj out oan tXcrsions: that the
a isbl, J^andandeamash 3er ta Mobile Aito club had temixerd-'lt ears
msuit_ t.m .ir. e S foi for the ure of the apmonors; that am.
Sa M s. lpawtn oes. Te peacrcommodatlion.hadbeon q n IS $1500 to&' a Mrs. that C:o ra!iroasi had made a rait<
a. f le ent a mile; that decorations
C"n .hd bd ben provided for a nd etcry oue
K A"- RS3LUTiONS .ii... 'would i.ave a badge*; that a retiewing
f A RW... TON. stand vtul I be that a lat.
ertfla .kl Atthm' it.veltelty 1t tery of artillery from > lrt organ
R ep.l i would ho< :'It re.! to the clly to paraldi
1. C e.I, Tee wi-h lt- loca. military; tiat borenc
Kwaillie. Tean., Oct. t-onahe Teow and4 crr'.es would ti i nirndanuce;
S se, s ynod of the lotmhern Presby. that a' 1,tii) oirZanted corps of physi-
tI ta urdib. la eusalon' here, passed clans and amhliut res mud hosplial nt
a reelolWma. by iot'of IT to 33, coo oomniultitjons would be iMpplied: I'I
d esieis ilt aetiet oS thl* itrectons a. frat, 11.i o:vi'rything nm c dd to sIre
the buthera Prebyterit naltvesity, te o:J :suildfor a happy time hadl htoun
at Clarksvle., Teas., la lalming pow- or woulJ be prolIded.
4Wr to elect new dlrsetoi nad to ab -
molelwy matrotl the unlvulty. 1 TO DEVELOP TIMBER LANDL.
The reolqlUonsa lso 4aim for the
myiodk of Tasesan Alftbaom, M Yef allow Pins Lande Company Owns
ulse ll d Iiae.ttn te tfigt La 50,000 Acreu.
eastSl t the sir of the lsrtlto. 'Bi irmlghaini Ala, Oct. -Th-t,
thitss e a- 1M* ju tuds of probate of Jefter&cen onv
_i use l, nL C rt aft *aosum ols ji ih granteai ebahrte to the Yel 1 th1 1 t to0 5 tohe 0 Ti3 mty hlro Pin 'Lands c mpany under r the cor-
Clafrtlltto AUUtlast, the tt*oI a poration act of Alabama of 1901. The
*wio. l S hvbiu1 RtOW OUat an a- corporation is compiled mainly of
I ftIjutUls Mutmed by thSL 4IlEte o'ed Georgians. W. P. Monroe and J. V.
I the ialvrslty, lalblttlg the o Lewis, of Valdosta, Ga.: Ckiriles J.
1 ,thom tal. By. Mithes la od to" Iaden. of Atlanta. (s.. and J. iL.
i the e .m e o tthe OlhWelt.ti Saunders. of Pensaeoia. la., appear
*i Cltrkyilek. l prolpo0d to omln If on the charter as the Irlicipal z'uclk.
SIdate the Clarksvrll llas tution and holders.
* the theoloical mtollary SOW iat The purpose of the eorlpo.r ttl Is to
lumbla. S. C.. into eo taSS llverbuy. own. operate and dt !,ji t;m.
aity at AlantLa. bered lands. and It commences wit?.
-- t50. aScres of ruch land. The priii.


Fatal iWret Dul.s
Hobart. Okla., Oct. 2.--i a street
duel today T. P. La, a grocery, hot1
ad killed Charle G0. H1, a barber.
LeU was shot In both sui but will'
recover. tDometle trouble caused the
abootita. The Lea wsM recently 41.
Ior .ed.

rtlhflate felt In Mllesurt.
t Louils. Ot2. t.--A slight earth-
take shbock iravellig fli nuorthwe t
to Southeast, was felt her today. The!
earthquake .caned. a slight .-rattllp
of dilshe la virrioum parts of St. Iouis
but did ao danietr,
. al ll- i!.ltt.l .ill .i/ li.=..

etphi office or jhe company is -tiN!
by the barter as Birminghamnj. but it
It understood that the company VJii
have oaffles at Atlants and Vaidosta.
Ga.. and at somai point la Flrlidas yet
to be selected.

Chauffer and ClerTyman's Wife Act as
oChi. ,". (.met. -'.---). (;$ I; .nn.lii^.
ilil a .l"a Ilottlie An it:- ic;, V r,.'
marredl \Vrint'sUay in an aim'i;!,
The Mnachble was & tpp.' in. Ahin,.
tqTi'., anil the Rev, W. W. VWi .ju
sum JI 1r... The pair stool up In
the car and ii 'wre mad maIn and is.-


Th ta$ Uprisig Is

Aserdiag to Mr. Dawen, o
Minister to San Dominge

Pfparmttlsn Are belft
Suppress Prebable Revilumtlsi
Waahingtoa, Oct. :.--Ae
Mr. Dawsaom, Amerleari mnlmlt.
3OImtuaO, the governiolnt there
lag extensive preparations to
the threatinlna revolution. U
Of October I he reportil to the
department that the govern
tiauws ecilvely orgstalsiig, dl|
aring Its troops.
An order was gi veo a abort
or 10,000 rigtes, aniid a 0a
quantity of amunmltlin
No rent reports have beei.
id as to probable Iniportatile o.
aad. ammunltio on Lbthe part
Mr. Dawson dotal* a CemUv
he had with the uiluister h1.
eign affrir, the substance of
has already betn reclveM by
pliblat4 relative to the a
of the Doeatpetas governmetIj
the award in favdr of the ug l
go Improvem*uti iapany and 10.
apart CO per COSt of the custoas
ielpta at four borts for that part


Srlde of 14 Takes Husband 70
of Age. -
Hartford. Conn.. Oct. 21.-Prettyi
tie ElIrn C. tl lobin I' 1,n!y IT
old, but the liud-l the mnarrylng
ord for her *aje In the ratze of
nerthil. t'ind r a 1 ',.e' is iedl
Town Clerk KIlug. of Soith Vfi
she wan manisled to Jolin (1. MlltW
farmer of that town. 'lli was
ltird trip to the hyi. tl rial altar.
21ftl was marrlid ui r yIi ar
ae* and n nrolior lwh -e her I
hlrthday. Sl lhilie' 'I that Harryi
Rohbinbs. her frit lw.:n;. was ki
on the1 lird ra'l : t, e'r'l'ic
near New trlialn.. TlitE.rfi H,
some brief delay, 'ihi. as warriedl
John (. Miner. Rluhbiai returned
long after the ci'reT-.orny and
trouble. Hi. hlad t i rl indll
for bigamy. but it t nordetiood
the distr t atlltarrui will lot push
.John C.. Miner. to wLo:i the rI
now married for tht, M'r,idIti ilD I
70 years old abd Jdevote illo her.

Chicago la Threatered with .go
Chlcago, Oct. 2.2-Thl l.*''i 0 1'h
meat har Cau;.Il.: initT1r-nAflon
sending oat warliivsh thai til' cIty.
threatened U11h th ro mst SeA
smalpox cpide'n l i ten 'n -avl> $01
. teen case in two lis h1av l hbe de
covered. All were a,'<(,I> .el!40-
peoplet in gou.I netiwhll i,'.ii'--
"This IJA the rnllr < r.*'k .

have e ~vr known., r.41 thet worst slOw
the tlNo, rars followlng the word
fair here," Dr. Spnltd Iin a.I.+ '
diseie Is making rstrid,- ecrywrb
The hlgh-cliu., ne ghbtorhud('rl *re
spared. We have l the source to any)' single ctae. '
'There are many .a:iim! rw ci
down the state. Two wee. iS ar
refltar ltpn of th, .' rat bo1rd
health, told me tliere : A "* to i
mall-ijwx ca.?,e in j tI Sr I ;:
There .rie itormand.1, of I.... n tI
nI ~ll:r c tita,

Ofcers Elected.
NN.. Yi-'. )n'. 21-'-T-( Amerlet
Alat a l.f;at; -1 1iM *: < 'i1 t.e ( '.
lJlTt Ini H i iV V. .r t> .. r'e in! teAt..

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ctatwwtee mIas. T.
L 4,
no. .s for the t aptie r
lofablW S iae thill

.nn atiir
itbtuftlo 4t4 (O an
r aN at, $l itre' alt.
tlie eraton giunery IM
.,"tu iL Usa e mills. Th,
i ,lhe t inry. thr see
"" .. c mill belonginI I
| .i.. hiitcitflitn ed toltn aRU
ii~lMyet aM a* httnHlted balji <

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a alstia we"
as pSlhpoI

ms.p etrqa lb fo k*g

tha *h
H s asahe vs.

ar te* a fora ewa
^ ,. .r .Sp ei~ e is ,

"k Ite lot.
i Atte-*-

Uil9H~~~~ga MIIMI( ~
Jpp~~~~l. ~ fff iydtxf4

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begbdful **.
"As lif etGUM d*o
.J. W.s:. .

WIN fraa knt har.4
**fholdek s bS ImM

lotS Ka Ete.
st r """n oof.
She.,,004 -wto

'hI hiastor bel Eim b.

7wi! iS."pto fall Isad ena

sotw m ie o ShmWh a tesop

,E4 mhe Is able ho be upl and
I0o,$1.00. Sold by W. M.
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i s- W V V A -vik rAnw a l m f

Veteran of rrance-PryIan War Takes
Hia Lfe,
New Yrk,. Ort 2.--.-;ir o 't:B~le
onr the loss of this favornite .1 i and
a exidle from the aithtibi l4d 10,' eiutI
be had asbh and wounded a 6ermtan
aTmy oaeer, who, be bw:ifvv.rl, inteCn
tally eauled his mon' death, AIam
Steklhart, i veterta of thp Fransco
Pr4aslma war, today bhot h!'tislf dead
is the hallway of ma WIait aide Ltee.
-int boqase where he Itved.
bg)etart was 57 years old. lie
l o large family and, it Is satd, a
PNo bbushles.a Is QUrrmany when
S" tlo Iit6s county. Dfore tak-
ug bis leave, antehrt bad pinned
4 tw bra4i al I t his Ave meo4als
r ved for bravery during" the Frau.
e0Prsulas war, Ielwudinsa one give
n ftor his services at edan. In
geI6bna's moEm w founad ten let-
WfS ald a4 tdddmsod. ,ome to
OWs pilim sd others to his relatives
'5 S0llN11. ODl hero the address:
Ok Die4r Mo4derr," which, trabldat
e4 SMas: ""Oh, that murderer."
It Is supposed tha the latter is En-
Ig atrt'm farewell messagvU of hate to
the oleer rwho bo btllexe l had killed


ndism, Oct. 21.-K- Edward to,
SStartheod at lunctlon at Buck.
b-a- psatee. the oReers ofa the
AmerI a warships now at Gravesend.
Wthe ueets l eludlni Relp Admlril J;vw.
ell, oommandlng the European rquad.
roa of the North Atlantic 1ier4: ('ap-
WtAt Colby, of the erulmer O)lyni1'la;
Liultenants Wl'l!:um ('. Walltt, au "
Charles T. Jewell. alid-sn the ratu'
,tt Adtplvml i .evnell: ArIi-siuador
Chomte. VWWit and (' C;tilt
Charts if. Stock.!'.'. tiO :-puvl nin.r:e
of the Amerirny r-1:hi:y. The- crif
emr- were all i ull nrt:if'or:n. Admir.
al Ioard WahIr Kr'r, lr-t t"s In rd!
the admiraity.v, tI.p::ti:l iPrirec i.,e ',
of ttenlurgnar, flro-i-.n #ir r navtl l iA el
Ifseoe and Sir *TtoIis i UIAptn ren
Inchlded In the luz;nh*v'mu party, olite h
mas qulito of a pr;_'tie and l ;if:rnati
C haractor.

Was One of the Moat Prominent Finamn.
.I r of Country,
New York. (rlet 1.- tarten Iarton.
who hal been at the head of many
railr)nads and one of the mout promt-
ntml( financlere of the country. I tdead)
at hWA hnae hbr from hcart dir e.ntase
JlHe txani hl lIiinehi. ccarer at|
lavanuah. Ga.. Julneil the New York
Stork Kchamti: In I)0 and a low
fears later Ihn-an r'ortniziny.fg varl
ous railrld p|rpeirtl.'rs it"f wN .'elect-
od prenidtti tof the ,out;i'e-Wate;rvow
and Oranx'hitur railroad in iKRIf and
after L.:_wing that r,.td to ma; iitIhrr
Sime. ltvaiztile. :.prt-t4l*nit of the NXew
YoTk ai!d New Fi.giulan ralilr.ta1. lits
almi 34vc'd f<.r flvy >eari a, Itri A;til
of the SNch 'lanldlua annt ,tl.,'y;n roll,
cmd. lie 4saa d lt,'l roaTd coiuipaniag Uid of et*vral New
York lines.
Fat.U1'y Soot1i Wife.

ithr ri Imt; hI :, I jt' :i *1 i, .: '
upon1 htblin s 1tT I ::! j. .

Colonial Darrs of America Held Re.
ceptioen-lIterest ng Occasion.
81t. auls, Oct. 21.--T)q (Colounal
Danwt. o' Aimetiies did the honors at
the world's fair zto'dy to tbher nation'
el proeld'nt, .'ir.. IHerbert A. Clar-
bornt' ,*t I :. r'.uJ. Va.
The arranug'"is-.n Incluled a meet.
las and lircnm';.;: at .the IItan aur
building. a r.','tpluop at tihe Illinois
pavilllw, tollo w.Iy a rectptllon -en.
dierod l3y the b ai t of lad)' luastvers
of th, lt1Ki.*Ua I'irclrhabse *xpaidon.
Adr ,*'.' t W.t:t ruait eat lhe Mulourl
),utildng inttrt:g Ity l'resldent D. B.
FrAils'. ti tih e'p .Jittmon; :lMr. DIan-
let Mannlug, prtel nt or the b oar4
of lady) mnPIC1ugOr' : r. 10ora1o N. ijwa-.
Ier. Ov4 ;.n'r" "'1f tli t1Forl ty of Cot*.
ital Wrt. an.; l eUr ;ial Gore 1.
tht'ldit, t.r. t vKcx l.t-v leint of the
NatH'.nal ko :y Siun- of Uio Revolu.
Wo. Arr for Mur
Woman Arreate. for Murder.


National, State and C
at Ticket 1904

PrsWldntlal Elec0or
0. F. Buum-Fntiankli m
GOo. K. Robihson-MIar-oe
Geo. H. Holne-Brvan sr
(. A. W. Wendell--U&4sds
A. M. Oushasn-Alaeliua
For Governor--lIon. M. a.
lane, Itlsbor.
GeoretarJ of Btate-John .
Autoragy-toneral-Fred 0,
i1l, ly.
Comptroller-J., L. Hkippe r
Treasurer--E. A, Ireleford,
Huporintendeit of Public
iIon--W. R. O'NeaI. Orange.
Oommisiunuer of Agrlcultu
Rowley, Putnan.
Railroad OuSUmalIoner -- u
Ritchie. Bs. Johns.
Justice supreme Court for t I
six yeara--W. It. heoppard. ICid
Justices HSupreme Cntirt-0. .J
C. H. Adams. Duval.
B. P. Axsel, .Duvai.
Congressional Ticket.
First Congrtvlonal tiuriirtet-.L
Geby. Hilltsboro.
8"eeoad Oongre sioal Dilr os4
Third Congreeional Distrieta.
Ware, Wulasnglon.





Nashil7' T. n.T Oct. 2L1.--A ('ha:-
tano ott '1 *Q ::.nnpr '.. and Building
thu 1at .i Li';:" :.r>. a liugro drosa-
maker, w.t te r t ld here lamt night (IIAIIlLBTO
for ih-T nt~t'rmr t of Aithur Wriglt.
"jrrn)*iN,. IN jith at". '" Sash tfWelghtt Cor
after IL, r'rdmlr >h.l- irtrareld nv- W
Rro art ,-r h -:. The, woman admnI's A.
Ohtt ir l but ilhada s;lrli0,0r4 i.

Fire Less ofr $100,000.

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Pembiln, X. ).. Oct. 21-. F.e In th:, H E r
btsineis irition of Old PomiIhtl4 1ha f IACb@ ol
done damage estimated atI $ .0.r.U .-.-
with partial insurance. w11 1 rl c 9i

Saved His Life.
J. W. ):rvenporr, Wingo, Ky., writes.
Jumle It. 190fl "r want to tell you I
twblirveI l:itlArd' Snowtv Lhlim'nt eared
my lifi. I wits mder tli- Ireatnient of
two doctor, nild tht'y tolta mrte one of
Iny ln!11: wa. etir,,ly igmie, and the
other hardly alTcted. I alilt. had a
lump in lt:y ti'S*. I dt.I't tlina k that 1
couhl lhanre ived over two months
longer I wa's induced by a frienil to.
try HR llardi' Snow iintment. The',
first application ga5ve ilve igrrPt relief.;
two 11fly ecit limAth*si Credl tn1 sound
and w'ell. It is a wonderful znmdicine
and I reruomineidrl ii to uifferink b1u-
mani y." o. .,160CI..). Sold by W.
W. JO Ineon.
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Cream Vermitu'


aunm ste pwiafstON.LY
Ballard-Snow Liniment CO
T,. Louis. MAo.
For hale iy W. X. JoriiMom.


-If the Goods Don't Suit.

Ry* WMhikey

Copper INstilled..41 % I0
Queen City ...... 2 Ou
Sunny8 South. '. '. )I
(Gilt Edge. .... i.t ,o
Pedigree. .. 4 iM,
Over olt .. .... .. 4 )

0orn Whkskey:
i.t.t ..

N. C. White..

N. C Bettter 4;..

N. C Fine .. ..
Laurel Vally.....

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AtE CONTINUED '. ,.,. ,,
A PeaA. t Pairty-Cetten About Oath-
UNTIL NEXT TERM OF COURT .".o-o,..oe.o.,,o,....,
Lav Tnter. aes. 10.--Ie will tw slad to
iave !more plea iant whether om i, so

take A jnury exteIlt lby i0rawa; frrmin
the boa, reali.;ig that thr i f thfl
irtrin would lb lung dtrl)f-l. ard the
truti ble in obltiIning a j;ry, t,, <'outirt
wil grant thie <*itinaiit-c a rgit e.'
upiin by Centlll.'"t

Rev. F. M. Hartman Etec'ed Pas:or
'aj~euneavend ThrMAa lseo%1 lpu-iCurh

| toa urt eanvenied Thuirsday Mis; sonairy Baptlit Church.
o'clock the roirna wi as .ruau, ti, 21.-Wo .a'u Lat. i Ia ,
fled with laiyreri, ja'ry- days uf rainy weather, whrth i .Wa vrry
Sand il pectators. at- i much nipdeil fr fall glardri:. It, n t111
Ie rmalos Holloway Qea-e. good for tts largeI litld of ce.t,',:i nut
wailre of twenty-ive wants til ploked. 1:eri available hianu in.1
lo W which Lo select a Jury been ueie, bi t a largt amount of cat-
pm, aI follows 1.. 0. Laynel. ton still rmainsar in thli*' field.
'L Kite, John K Hill, II. F. The1 is the IS curd w-C ;t ih.- r, I -
,W.T. O Cann A. A.L. Mc ae. ble s lhol ndlr tht: miaia pea-w:it of
,jfem.J. D. Caldwoll, John (i. Prof. Adkili. Everyhxldy Pelrin to
L, J. -Hammond, .1. A. I Kin- be well pleated with ithl idh1. snd
*.5. Wawn, W. T. Everett, O. ltheu prosopets nof are fur a 0.!rrsfuilt
i,,J. H. Holly, John Cbesinit. terin. 1itu, Iertha T'rry ol i Fmr'
elier. W. A. trlickland. J i Wlhit is the aesitant thii year. This
, J. t. Evrett, A. V. Eili,. J, school has turned ul firts y('ut1 hlatdy
S. .-22-- fft it ? .... _- I .. L ._ ?t I. .

, J. II. Dateen, W. 8. Moore,

ine time the court was at ease,
having been made to begin
About 10 o'clock State's
lOathoum reed a message to
Ifro Major Alex. St. Clair-
S aat he could reach here
d, and asked that further pro*
Is the ease be deferred until
whereupon the request was
and the eurs etkused the
mail witneest until 2o'elock
sayps In the ease were preo-
'he morning session with the
of Major, Abrams. for the
,Sd.ib. MRobt. W. Davis for
aiton, They arrived in the'
when the proceedflog be-
,The Afternoon Sesieon.
avoened at 3 o'clock in the
havalg waited un;il that
Arrival of Han. Robt. W.
.tid Major Alex. St.' Clair.
Immediately upon con-
-B thesauort 8tatc's Attorney
4 Major Abram., Attorney
sad others, together with
lN. Shesat, prosecuting wit-
I late one of the jury rooms,
were in consultation for
anM hour. State'. Attorney
mergede, paring a piece of
lVpapler, which he submitted to
I for the defense, and whiah
tby attorneys for the de-
sad 8tate's attorney. This
to be the agreement for cou-
of the ease, which was at fotl-

iianug the excitement that ex-
w|e ooanty over the easi of the
oM Florida vs. W. M. Hollowly.
p fully dvired of the condi.
IRpblic sentiment at this time,
Al0 of the opinion that it will
lagly dilkcult, if nnt impose.
oe obtain a fair and impartial
trythe ease at this term of the
the undereigned attorney for
lS&at, and the State attorney,
Bl|Sing the State, submit to wYour
6ht aithis case be continued for

iSRotbert W. Davis for the de-
i preaented the agreement.
'. Mr. Calhoun's Talk.
J. P., Calhoun, Stale's attorney,

j please Your Honor, 1, for one
Itlls situation to the filalest,
Ilhb to say that 1 believe I un-
Satd the feelings of thie p-oplu of

r have been here now for several
Slan attendance at this court, hard
.k In the discharge of my duty.'
41 ORobliged to say that the Ians-
nled in that eoosent agrernment
the meaning of the counsel
State and duefeLe, that, under
ilSting conditions, lliev believe
i1l lIpoisible to bring this cse to
Il this county at thi, time, and
Ithit hls been the making of this
fl- agreement for the cootinuancec
0alse for the term."
J udge Wills on Case.
J. T. WTlls said In s substance:
*61 N ealles that this Is a case
created a great tdeal of Com-
d peelally in this county, in
nth partte reside; and the
ob the gravity of the situation.
u the part of the State and upon

iThurd ay.


aid t This Term In-
ele. lEacltement Is Too
SParties Interested Seem


were irs. Lartigist, aud Dell and Tax
ollector l i;ckinon. The committee Good for Children.
has made its report. and an attendant The pleasant to take and harmless
le expreted to ou:rvey the man tn the One Minute Cough Cure give instant
hospital fr the haf in all eases of cough, croup and
.ee -- -. --- Igr irippe because it does not pase im.
Many Mothers of a Like Opinion., mediately into the stomach, but takes
>Ire. i'ilnier f ('orter.i, Ir.wa, say;: effect right at the seat of trouble. It
'"o(i of my children ti lbLjeL't to draws out the inlammat!064 heals a &d
croup of a ie-vere' type. ni the giving soothes and eures permanently by
of Cha ihlrlain's Coilh Renemiedy enabling the longs to contribute pere
promptly, always tro;iust relief. Many life-giving and lfe-sustallirng oxygen
mothers in tliie tiglib'trhood think te blood and ties ll
thle sameas I do. about this remedy to the blood and tisue. Sold tall
and want no other kind for their chii. druggist.
dren." For sai- by sitd tr-i.giezt. .. f ..

S r **~l ". ";r I ta C r- ir: '
Chr> t c ): ? fr -i .'.. 4 >' li -
tuatlinal t 'or.:try it, -. ti"ic ulii th1-
r'irlrllian church,. wai celebrated, tode.,
oa the world'ut fair grounds. Mlor.
than S6,00 delegates from all part of
the UAited Stales and Canada vfisted
the exposition, partlcipated In thSb
moeetUl In Festival Hall ad later
were estertalned at the tate and ter
ritorlal bllIdinga.
Pill Pleasure.
If ou ever took DeWitt', Little Karlty

r 7C. i ; ,

iand P'd I 4 r tn a A ep1 i A ic I. 'I .,.
pjiaeaded iuil1, tio murder in he, fitr-
degree, but such a plea not being ac'-
alsalble la a capital case. a plea of not
guillty wan recorded, cad the defend.
aat was held without ball far hear
ug amet Saturday.

OsMfesilons of Prtest.
Raw. Jio. 8. Cox of Wake, Ark.,
writes "For llyears I suffered froe
yellow Jauediee. I coesalted a nuI-
ber of physielans and tried all eort


we have liwen having'windy and rainy
tw.aihor for thr last few days.
.11>* '4r iierin ohnoun i f lake View
II.inied ol Lr school O.'tlitwr iLtIh with
quitl a *isteias. Ther' are eighteen
1iiiili -tntoildld. h rajs lht tise Is very
iinltuL j4iral(Ir with the sclhot. and we
ar ulaId ,) say that il lf the patrons
r<4: gui ,'.; nre s1-0i*itd with her as a
t -t:.,r. 4.d are ilad It have her in
0.1r % ,0'i,.lIy.
Thr Ufar::it r, are all Ii t y halirvesting
It.eir Vorr. a they w4nt to |iait up their
r iAL !,itki t.ottulln Ip kiutg Lti411 is
alitt tiver now.
4 suppI-r was gi'ln at Jim Beas.
l-y'i Friday night alt which lemonade
and cnk- ueroe served, qu. ite a nium-
lier of youiiig people attended from
Irovev. I'Prk. C.amnprlle and W\iodsor.
tviery,:.*. I~ ~**nt reported a ftne time.
r,-t ToWniireflt. a prominent young
nman of ('enter. mail hl departure for
S.ailithIlia Siturday. We are all sorry
to ,er l.,:a I, ave our nrightoerhood.
L.dl and Walter Tbwnsend made
WiMlIior a viait edn4esday laiht.

what you pay or wbh
know w Ihat yw ie

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I aeAeli rs W illl n the laS t 1is years, Thert must be? oniething very attrae.
who are now teaching inr d.:Tr ut Ir t parts there. *
nof the county. Miis Mary lonerr his returned holin
SMi Rot Mlay. who tI. 4 ;n i from Campvt I r. where she has been
i Alachus school and 1st lPearl .slteu. teaching (qite a while .
who teaIces W Bell pt. pe r.t Sun4 at Johin Adkins has returned to Day.
ho mo anid were welcome vieitort lo tlie tons. after a pleasans.visit here.
or est'o Grove Sunday school. We havt organized a danday school
I M,.I 'T. Price. Mi,4 Ani,, lPrise and at Center. but uo sumperlatendeni has
Mrs. T..1. Terry were welcome 'vi- twe chosen.
tori at the home of F. I'. lHenderson'
this week. Cause of Lockjaw.
later. WV. C. Foster tleJ lii ap. i Lookjaw, or tetanus, Is eased by a
pointimiint at Forest Grove last Sun- baciitus or germ which eiste plentl.
day,. which closed hist asinrate of the fully in street dirt. Is le inactive so
church. Rev. Mr. llartman of Para-I long as exposed to the air, but when
lse thas bten olel ed as pastor for the 1 carried beneath the skisa a In wound.
next year and will begih his work by caused by pereuialon eIps or by rusty
preaching the ftrst Sulnday and S36- nails, a nJ when the air Isexcluded the'
Its night in November. Hle will *IO'loerm is rould to activity and pro-
preach Saturday and -at ;rdgy L.ight duces the mOl virulent poilen known.
before. These germi may be destroyed sad all
Batter than Pl;'., danger of lockjaw avoided by apply-
The question has hbe.n aked-in ing Chamberlains Pal Bailm freely as
what way are Ch'amberlaii' Stomach oon as the injury Is meleld. Pail
and Lirer Tablet. superior to the ordi. Balm is an antieptle and amse eats
nary cathartle and liver pills. iOur bruts and like injurieto heal with.
answe. is, they ar* eair and inure outi maturation and in one-Lhled the
time required bt the usual treatment.
pleAsant to take and their effect tIt is for gale py all druggist#.
so gentle and to agreeable that
one hardly realizes that it id pro-j WILL BE A "BTUNNER."
dured by a medicine Then they not,
opl movte athe bowels lie irore tho General Election Ticket Will be Thirty-
appetite oad mid the dlgrflion, Fur
sale at cents per bottle by all drug. rix Inches Long.
gist* .. Seaking of the lehfth of election
A DEMENTED NEGRO. tickets. which are growing In this par-
ticular every year It would seem. the
Mina Morrisey Labors Under Halluci- ticket to be used In the gDnerall e.-
nation That He Has Lost HMi Head. ton in Sovetber outhtrips anything
,hpury Sheriff .. E. F h yet on record ie this seetion.
brought to thi ..y from Altash The ticket. which is belong printed in
MIin% lorriey,9a coloredd ran who The Sun job department, will be Atir.
has been adjueed intante. atyulx inches in length. Including the
harrier llbo lnndthehailt.ina- stub. rand inasmuch as there ar la
tiret many candidates to be voted
body atht hsat hea i radetaclly wafrominli for, will required Indeed a mas
awab "There is m head in tha battings- "with a level head and end quick pen"
at. r "There is my he ad I n that to rark his ballot within the limit re.
hot.' or head on Lhat
table." he would wildly ejaculate, qpired by law.
_Slick it back on my mahwulder, for I The Sun has been awarded the cor.
ami walsti aWay and cannot live with. treat. for printing the tickets of sever-
oat iny head." Ths unfortunate maI a counties, the total aggregating
ot my had." The unirtunate map ny thousand. There are ew
was an object of pity by those who saw mrin thoin and. r There Ire Ste
hi, printing not "beds" In the Maita
him. which will take the ticket in its en-
The committee examining th;o negro tirtiy.


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vI"d i ft" quar el ..I.l..
4 "fall quailt ddol. .4 .
"Iftull quarts...... W10
12 fl-llq411,,,U, ,10U

Years 01i;
4 ul quarts 890
t full quart. 4 0 "4
1 full quarts. 900 .,

,4 full quarts
Sfull quarts
12 full quarts

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* ... 75
... 400

We a' dleaPrs In everythilig h thle
LiUuor line Whiskies, Gins,
Ifnm and Winm from

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Export, per bbl.10
Blue Ribbon, per bb, deI go.r

Per bbl ds. 10 do d si l

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Sr.n t l'otlrtd W Allen
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Anderson, Irvin
Avers, J ii
Adams, Joe
AokIrlay Jai r

Arnow, nsmn
Ahrnas, chriltan
Adaotes, ja
Alderman, an
Abmse, n a
Andeen, w R
Aeres, to
Balls, no ,c
Brooke, ia
Blak, aj n
Buach, P
BnRy, w ,i
Btrneis, '14
Bisue, tio
Broome* Balley, iu J
Bayer, raid
Barkhim, L *i
Browne, ii
Blneon. K R
Balleyvo os
BSaeits. N A
Boyd, ob a
Bnse, 3inar w
Bakalgfht, s r
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Bltdt, *lerbee *
Bell., j r
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Batimiore ieek
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Brown, Jonla
Broom, wa .
Brumbley, ,a w
Beid, rmmett .
Brown. w it
Bennett, ai w'
Baird, curtis
Beat, .i t
Baxter?, a
Bradham, sio
f Bell, v A
Bruce, W IV
Blake, w ni
Brooks. U T
Burts, tsose e
Briggs, w as
Barker. L a
lBanks, w a
Blake. o w
$eeker, .k
Bornett, a t.
Brown., Lruml
Blianding. A x
Botnet, H R
.iennett, .'
Boulware, r r.
Baird, v c
Bashaw, ai .
Blake, ia
Brewer, TArnPr,
Brown, A L
Brown, i
Brown. 1<4
Blalok, rr r
Beek. M i.
Ball, ino
Bennett, i. 11
Cheves, M
ClyaLtt, L .
0oxo 1 A
Chesnut. L .

Carlisle, i A
Colmumn, 'o Mt
Crawford, i ,
Oushmas, .A i
Campbell, ,i it
Cannot, o s
Cone,A V
Cowan, JaO
Caner, v.
Carter, worri
Cmwfod, c v
Canon. ia.
Coulter, Alex
Clark, AUOl
Cobb, c
Coldham. wa
Collisl, J a
Campbill, w .
houts. John

Co00J s
Childo. a
Chandler, ,so.
Carer, n U

Johnson (I w
Jones. J )oarr
Joseph ,1
.IMkson .1 A
Jenkins J. It
Kerniard M
Kleald wv
KIelsd J 11
Kenuard a
Kennard u1 u
KenO, )owue
Kesnlard, t
Kite. a i .
Kelley. J L.
lrlnguston, Rt
Lynch, IJ
Lloyd. owens
lrt lge, itlenne
' Leonard, ntIm'l
Lloyd, Ben
Layton, c n
Lyneh, 1. <': "
Littlefleld, xWH
LaFontie., i. N
LongK, I. .
Lynch, ueo M
Landreu, n r
Lynn, c a
Langley, r
LeGrand, w '
LOve, Rt
Ludwig. E
Lyout, eo
Mason, oK
Miller. uam *
Mi0krns. M
Miller, r '
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MNisoo, s u
Mile, nillly
Merchant, neo
Maesey. trees a
Nlsxon, 1
M aes, I. a
Miller, Phillip
lMsnssoe, o".
Maddot, Ailla
Matheson, we
looty, w i t
Mareh, I I
Miller, T
Moseley, w P
Mlixon, iamn W
Murell, iuo ir
Morgan, obert
Martin,. Kd
3Moyer, rtw
Mannlnr .\
>ltrnesotn CuI'totberr
Mason, is
Milliner, early
- Moyer, gp K
Manning, i M
Morrolm, A
%IorrilV 1)
Morris* r r1.
3Mutin, w P
Matlhesin, an i
Murray, R it
Maion,it 1)
Milton, TI
MNeek. ,
Malthurs, iv it
May, <'?o
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31alphunr, ai 1..
3larohall, tLawrence
More, wm
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Mickles, .wm
31McCormiek, i. i
MoClellen mtarion
MeKinstry, w\v
MeKintIry, 1 sr a
MeKoluht, rowell
loMillian, J
NetClelan, r'triok
MoClellan, "ober
MeoCarroll, t n1
MeCormick, w i
MoMahan, x
MeCreary, 1 it
MolKaglht, ricknoy
MeAtnhur, .A .
MoMllha, nmenry
MeKinetry, A
MeKIsslry, .v a ir
MeOrw. J t*
MiDoeasd. H
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MeDonald, 4 w
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Guynn, James
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Hove, Alex
Haimpton w w
Howell Iv
Harper, warren
Hill i. 1.
Hall s w
Hiksl, rhol A
Hubbard, vack
Halle, Evans
Hampto.n B F
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Taylor, M ,
Tilon. 11
Thomas, ,
Vidal, a
Voyle. i k
Vidal., I
Vance, Sm
*Voy le,
Vldal, .a
Vidal. A t
Walnwrlght, 3
Witherlpoonh t'
Williams, )n
Williamns. 1
Williams, J A
Wells, N
Webster, a I
WienlEA. 'an
Ware, NOsf
Ward. John bI
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JoMhon, Thomus
Johsonm, Anderon
Jobason, (eo a
Johason, T .
KInl, Simon
Knliht, r. w.
Kirby, a a, a
KInhed, i
KIneald, T v
Knlght, w 3
Knplhten, John
Knighten 'T J
Latson, John
Lundy, Ben

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Wolh, 1lusham .r
Wht r. Jo
Wrighui, dir.
Wlglvworth J
Welsh, Allison
Williams, Thomas
William. i A
Wwnne T w
Wnion, John
Willlamr. Aliek
White, J *i
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Welsh, Himon
Weeks r c
Walsors, wmi
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Day, u
D4vls, Lawreane
RlUton, *
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Daniels, ino
Deinbp, T r
IJolman. v
Do)L Ho. John
Daroey, )oSe
Dorsey, ww 9
DoItga, fteuben
Davis, Horatio
Davies, A r
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Dvit., n I
Doll, seO o
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Drake, nolert
Dell -r
D)aughtrey, VM
Delloae, rT
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Deuoas, Alex
Dullose, i w
D[nby, w P
Dell Jao *or
Dell, Joe jr
Diekinton.,w >
Dasmpler, lhilllp
Dell, i M ir
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DO fl, A J
Dupree, n u
Dell, c w
Dorsey1, 'r
Dexter, Frank
Des, Joe A
Eadel, Marcus
EIlli, T Poenton sr
lEndel. Jake ,
Ellis, tW a
Eddlns. J at
EvangI, eo It
Ellersom, Joe or
Edelsteln, Moses
Ellerson, .so
Ellis, T jr
Edwards, i) u
Earle, J t1
EttelJ A
Ettel, Joe w
Ellis, I. c
Estabrook, 10so
Falkentarry, ) A
Fewell, $amuel A
Freesq, J J
Feuamter. John ,|.
I Felaer, J w
Fur uson, Ed
Flewellen, J n
Fewell, ait
Francise, Limus
Pagan, E K
Flewellei,. Jno m
Fennell, L w
Pagan,w a
Floyd, w L.
Ford. A
Fotch. J E
Vitnetlt,J wi
Ferguson, Ed
Fisher, iI .A
Faue, T J
Finney .j '
Fisher, chas
lainee, I a
(icodman. char
(rieom, Jg w
Odillna, ,
Giddina, ear
mJaines, ,,enr
(iraham ,as u,
Goodwin, i A

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Pk'or, i
Peeler, ,o'
Parts, lll

Poiell, i
P'orer, J'
Perry, q
Iedaek,, .i
Parker. Ai ,
iase, ewt: i
latriok, A
'aliton, J vi
I'iajkopoa, e
Pouirnell. ^7
I'i.ler, j A
J a msey a w
Perry, i w
'ahnteri, asI
Pad it a
i'inkton,. wa
'hifer, w i

i'rewitl, n
'Iounid, n a
J'arlthlin.c vu
iorter, i w
Riverstt, i a
lober son,".
Itauha, seamj
Itoux, I. ir
Itobinsup, w g
RIobertioe, D a
Kunkle, ,seT '

tamsey, r est
Htlehartd, oaMM '
Rothii uc
Riles, A :J
Ioux, v A "

Himon..e, ,
IucharugsoA. A
Rotnion, H ru
Saunders, M s '0
Himonmoh, j
smith, ri u
Smith, llesr
Sherrod, Kobhl
Frnhafer,I .
Hamption, ril
SwearinlgesT a.
Scott, vrankt
Stewart, r~aq?
Scriven, Adsat
Sweat, rhouwy
Smith, in o
rlmmongs. M
Sriagle, A ,
Sanderson, v
Sanehe., a
Sirobbar, iN
Hmith, .iv r
ieawell, r a
Mlringrelluw, vJDo
Hcheter, aiosveU
Htcekt'rt, v i
Sherman, ue
Hirloutgh, wm
jSpight, ibha
Shannon,a .i
Hanchez. ; <
Shaw, F:
lhfpard, r T
Spillinan.ii '
81 ininonl, .Neros
sKheti'hl. K '
Sg.enet'., 'ulo it
Specse, 1 watbQ I
Shand.. *r
Hibley, w n
Hilcg her, ni
Nherr, c 1
Taylor. a'
Tomkies i) .1
Taylor il E
Thompson. iloSrl
Taylor, V
Teach. ithn w
Itraaher, u A
llli, rapity
Thomas, T r
Thomrna, u
Tipple, Aiugust
Tisvn, i
Tench, ii

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lBARY. Editor adl P lil'r,

.Wrek $ri' 1 a Jyear; ix
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*rder n f t 1i* *it s a lile
inet I s e n f o r fv i r, d d .

months at sieniAl rates.
!lhaed Upon aip ieation.
sind Death nuotieis inierted
$iaee, 6 cents a line.

lU~d the Tliree-n-\We.k
l!or one ear.. ..... .1 96
the n Stlantl (la.)
7ultitution tin14 year.. I B1
sald the Atlanta 44.ia.)
..W Journal one year. 1 f0U
Ia tih Semil-Weckly
alin on ole year........ 1 T,

wll not iweC )t stamps of a
-llminhatiu than s2 t:entre.

for Premtient.
1*0Ntt1 n PA R II:1It
oft ew York.
For Vlee-iPr',lrl.t,
HI,'tC Y U(. DAVId
of West Vkigliia..
Taltedi tattes S*uinitor.
unM P. T.I"ltO.
Cw Con'M. 2nd District,
PldMenotial El.ctora,
L r. P. AILEr.
J. E. (GRA1'Y.
| 111ry of State.
AttrneyI. ;enrnl.
,t omptr'ller,
A. C. CROU.L. j
I tate Treanrlrr.
l t of I'uhlh. Inistru'-tlou,
Siloner of Agriculture,
S B. E. MeLIN.
St iltd Commni lon r,
__jpmue Cottrf Six Year.,


I. A. AItU ttoiiOitnl,
C. enayJ-afadge..
El Maon.

i, w. FUYNELL.


Tax ollAector.

/-?+I D. iICKINSON..
nt of,1all,.e nitruction, ,
q, '.Cunty Treinnrer.
W... It. RORTrsON.
< ', County IiPurv--r.

J. '1. IAMPIF.I,
| 4I. ORTfElr,
IF. 1'. PAIr'. Lrli i.
Ia ?P. Tu'VNSzlx.i).
*')mItrs of Nt-toil Roatld.,

from Washington Says:
t lle believed that foreign
Eta are learning entirely too
Minon the inside workings of
11 fl am al I .L-- -i..-- -

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The Demoerati campaign lest-book .% -i KsowlMsi.,F .Oet. 1), lw04.
Is o winning paihtlloation of thu kind ever The utndoereligned have beiD ap
sent out. Tme campaign is considered pointed a oouwmitte for the purpose ofe
with a thoroughlness that is eeoed. raising funds In bis Btate to aid In
ingly commendable. Since the tariff the National )emOratlo campaign.
In tound to receive a large amoalht of The Denmorale part y is wagingi a
attention, the injustilem and inequsll-. great contest for lie preseruation of
ties of the presejit Dlugly selhedults conlltitutlocal government, the equal
are wet. ut vrg jIearly. For exainple, righlits of all the people and speolat
it ii proved Iwyond question that press. prlvilega to none. I
eiit himh t iritection rates on which the Unliku its powerful opponent, thel
1:sverelt party is standing pat are D)emocrat(i party rpresent-s no pro*.
i:i|no.iInd for the ben*itti of the peopji teeted interests (oinl which It may de.
of this teuLiitryj Onio or their articles iand riuntrlbutions as the coudillen of
bt fore u- says tlit itlding .funiu 30, liol. thie sale of Anieri- favor., but musi depend upon the vol.
tean maimufactitred proidcts to foreign. untary offerings of patriotic oaltisen
irr nmuointed Ito *4652.mo4,Ao, ut wlhlich hu believe in its principles and do.
fully h' ;er esint, secordt lit th th sire theo election of Its candidates.
estimates of wtel informndl exporters, No section of the country it more
was sold at chenper pries liithan arei interested In Detoedratic euceeeo than
charged ftr precisely ith.. amtie godAsthe South, fully realizing, as we do,
Wht li old to Auleriiaii.. The avOeracv that the continued policy of the pros
plrit of itese gotode in ti forriln enat adminltratlio would intensify the
marke-t is 21 per cent 1*r, Ihain the !ell- race problem, whleh Is present wlth us.
ing price in the htoe market. The National committee have made
On iinI goods. luch as paints and I an eansest appeal for neomeary finan-
rarnishei, the ditflretrice between the eial aid. We, therefore, urge you and
price to foreigners and to A.meteans is all el mooratis friends i every city,
only & per cent, but on agricultural town and community in the State to
insiplemenits, tools, machine and hard.I make contributions for the purposes
ware, the difference in the price to the above mentioned. The time is short,
fmrtigner and to thi- Amnerican varies so that only prompt action will bn of
(frll 10 to No per ienit. 4 n wire, oar. a'all.
tridges, playing card., eve., the dif* Make checks payable to Ueorge Fot-
fcrence lI more than 100 per cent, and ter Peabody, who is the treasurer of
n suchtarticlei a wire, rope and borax the National oomaittee, and eaeloe
the difference exceed 200 per cent. same to \W. F. Coaehman of this city,

stations of the organic law. And no
one need to 4oubt that Prealdeat
ltiMoevelt eRntertain viowj asiegll s
tie to our system of govenmemNs sen
would readily assume the role ofi
fieraor If he foresaw aseosies l ik
sluts. And what better sppers walM
a tyrant want behlild kiln hi m the
unlimited power to tas tihe p i la
the Intereats of the troe ss ai o
make them a powerful ally WhneWr
it wa considered that teb "baeble
Intemst" did a want to hold am e li
loan because i was better o let well
ettough aloae,%td al sthisaW w wat
In ofle aga jl the.e Oseat of( ,e
people. Baek 'eoditilos welmask
the beginning of t he e**sL.

The deelsioo of thle county i ma
sloners to abolish the o a ts pem
tarm ant make am approprtlis to ba
slat Is defralilarthe e0pems el$aa *o
pital to be established In Gale,
should M *h 9e approval of6t pus.
pie of Alaesha consy. Tlhe glas
men at the beld of IMhI AibMle m.
terpris ape.* to properlyy mam tme
county's poor fer a very i
sn, and lothe o no dobt be1 htat
the unfeorloatee wooM resosi ie
better atlus at hS hplqal h
they have as she poor fats.

It Is aid of al Indian Territory ead
ta r tha ht ll mtii an lmoon l.6liU i

Tako cold eailyP Throeat
wader? Lungs wekV Any
relatives haSve cosumploM
Thena *a Ouh mean t gnat


deal to yOU. Pollov yor
docior'a advice and lake
Ayera Cherry PectioraL Ih
air araotlheno, prenveis

Weak Lunis

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Were there nothing else to condemn
tie Republican policy of high tariff
taxes. lhis one fact ought tobe sufli-
Lient to cause the Amerleap people to
repudiate It, for surely nothing oan be
nicre unjust than for the American
government to tax its nwn people t0
the end that Aimerican steel rails,
plows, shoes and other arlieles of prime
necessity may be sold cheaper to the
people of Japan. Europe and foreign
countries generally than they are sold
at home to Americanp. It is aboard to
speak of "infant industries" like the
steel trust, which is able to compete
with the so-called pauper labor of for-
eign countries and whit-I makes enough
prollt on its export salsr, even at pri-
ces far below its domestl( prices, to
enable it to pay dividends upon mil-
lions of dollars of watered capital.
During the first thirly4hree months of
its elistenee the steel trust made net
profits of 437,000,070, an average of
$119,0.0.000 a year. or I10.000,000I a
month. $00,000 a day and 830,000 an
hour for a lay of Iezn hours. But fur
the unjust tariff on steel products there
would have been no temptation to
manufacturers and trust promoters to
orgarie this gigantic monopoly with
its thousand million dollars of watered
took. \Whn the voters of America,
the farmers, mechanics, olerks and
professional men, realize the extent of
the difference between export and
home price., they will speedily with-
draw "protection" front such "infants"
as the steel trust and other enormous
trusts of this country. Wonder how
long the people will stand this sort of
thing? ____
The postponement of the Holloway
ease until the February term of oir-
cuat court will no doubt prove a dis-
appointment to the friends of both
Mr. Holloway and Mr. Sheath through-
out the State. They eonflently ex-
peated a disposition of the case at this
term of court, and it may truthfully
be said that both parties to the ease, in
dividually, were' ready and willing for
the case to be tried at the present
time. The attorneys for hoth the de-
fense and prosecuion., however, asi
well as Judge Will.. were of the opin-
ion that this is not the proper time
to try the case, and the principals had

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alMaU. You bees

S-% mate
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who will forward to headquarters.
Faithfully yours.
W. V. CoCn1MAx.
\. H. KNowtLai,
T. C(. TLruAmmnno.
8. 31. MrI.noLW,
Corn mittee.


The trek of impgrfalismis a een in
the Republican trail everywhere. In
his letter of seoeptance, says The In-
dianapoll Sentinel. President Roose-
velt said that the Diagley tariff law
was so old la principle that it shbold
no longer be saubjes ,to atmlk or re-
vision, and is ble Judgment the time
had come when the American people
should not be heard to oomplain of the
unlawful burdne of 'proteetlon. The
tariff is smply-a law to raise a rev-.
aue for public purposes by taxing the
people on the neoosarles of life. The

power 3 make subh a lw rete under while In, "S. oule" '"wasly, md as
the colktatuton with the law-make wi lrs wt l, w
and not with the eeoutIe. Uaken by a lunatic for a fellow aol-
long as we have a constitutional form ferm Just arrivld. Becomilngl M
of government the tax law will be dental, the ilmate asked the editor
open for revision; and when the power him the editor epllwdand "T1ylug to
ia denied to Congress the republic will h*m %be eltor pll'. "Thrl t
ceUe to exist. The stronest power In abll money out ofs th en pwes
any government Is to levy and eolluet business o "Rats,' s*d the la mat,
taxes. Is ii the exerlse of the sov. "yo-~ uo4 ersa, you're |ut a d-.
ereign power and the sovereign ean
only be heard in a republp through Au exehange speaks of a mBaI who, I
the law-making branch. If this power is aid, always paid for his paper a
shall be denied to t4he people ad ex- year in advance. As a really he ha
eroised by the executive. i asuaget. never been a sek in his life*, meer b4
ed by Mr. Roosevelt, elte repablio will eorna on his toe toe r oothabe, his
live, if at all, only in name. potatoM never rat, his babies seven

nuch a suggestion coming from the
president ls full of danger, but when It
comes from one who has made and un.
made laws with as much uneooeern as
if he were a esar, It Is ealeulated to
arouse the deeper eoneera. Who
knows that Roosevelt, if elected, will
not before the expiration of his term
Issue an executive order that the tar.
iff laws are fixed and unssalilable and
that no one shall be allowed to disuse
the question.
And along this same line Senator
Beveridge deolarn that there is no
need for an election thii* year: that the
business interest of the country does
not want the trouble, of an election,

to abide thi* derision of the attorneys and but for the constitution it would
for defense and the State solicitor. be dispensed with. "
There is one consolation t be derived Siuch a sentiment ip partly vicious.
from the postponesinnt-the public It is but paving the way to govern-
will Ibe given a breathing. npp'lfor f:ient control without the ooasent of
four month.. the people. The statement itself in*
.--... -- ---. volves an attack upon our form of
In today's Siln will ti found thecer- government and, if It had been made
tilled list of voters ( qalified to vote at in the better days of* the republic,

tlhe election on Nbovember 8th. It is when the constitution wnar'fully re.
possible that uiniesions have occurred spected, it would have been treated as
in the preparatio6l of such a large list treasonable. The constilltion has

of na
tlon 1

ery at might, his wife sever eaMds md
he sueeeded In erlviag thr r ease -a
the sokeol board without being a-msed.

At a horse sale lan Madison Squale
gardenn. New York, recently, the e*-
tire ring stud of the late# William
C. Whitney swa put up as aaue0to, the
famous stallion Hamburg was bid ff
by Henry l'Pane Whitney for $70.00.
Other here. went off at $10,000 to 14,
(OD eah.
According to The Church Mileionary
Gleaner, the Christian in Japan num-.
ber 140 ?M ThePotestghbe number
66,3; KRoman Catholiot, 680,(6; Rus.
sian Orthodox Christians (Oreek
oburch), 27.3M.

Women sometimes are. aeoased of
forgesting year in order to remain
young, but masculine employee of the
Pennsylvania lines would do well to
remain ur-der 3 if they eare to bold
their jobe.

Even the Osage Indians of Oklahoma
have the "auto craze" and have asked

lines, and everyone should person- wisely fixed the term of ooee, and It4 that the money to their eredl
examine the list to see that his makes it a duty for the people to hold United Statses treasury be give
a appears (herean. The registra- eleetious and refill the oMlees at the to buy autoe.
books till be sent out to the va- expiration of the term so fixed. And
precincts about the 4th of Noe* tie plea that any olass of eitisenas de. We aa at least, spend a po
)er, and it will be impossible to wires to :do away with the elee. eaeh day in doing good to e
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We wi4 e Itull iteu-id r &e f d s ead she ps a-d aris, or 1e.e. ry Ir the rInd rsio lh eurt .ido Ihfe lhra s
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the Sta te atd she th Ari k y court ,o, e the tu.oy u.ige oi ancoorr, ate Taipa ht,,, the one of
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rut v rryor teem I The y mish thae ellcatye ue aONoec f tting
VBW~b neat! test whealse ne tel course rtered.o Juge ni rmn gvrenetooers of any Inhe T LW sdI hd Aanchps

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klbsl eqgh4sIjm 1 minre ac ee a maettesarebic ftor ounty *oe .m xw
l*p. NA1J -H tnh ie a i e g nlag to theid t oprm onr eo( mS At as

... .o a; 1 n, l rew the t lt ontfr mandh mu cItrnt juection ofs I
Ma oflivig I mC'.arau...ntsha ma. lQ Ub O btha ftuees cetlovnl prohpbtaIon. on heahn.
S ainth fu Wares cutlso 'ron fte thusn atTtoasee u

W w.l .e Tu mwteon or wed) IMy heth ,nd pebuytko siateen hundred .
m..sww es ;~bL Dfrwmbw. hdosaeZ' t "SSamH po. 11wo o pf foesthir hofsn 7*LW Pnel thT

I ,'" A l stee .dsi taslee I* Iortt*-ie themand peputaakon, awm thepoand
** MseA aslllow,+ dotles a tsmp a om n u f on more then fosa.f
_. ***Rlp shall i +.requl 141 theesed ulation, lwent-four hundred A+
_u e.___ t for di _, e er ase- jd dfpr|tbolhhp; lnd criminl ourll om reord reboI
.--a-ms.IA e pe tseb not eby bllawe. s tla ta r ac t em det ll upon uhe l a o.s
l~~~m ll aP _sam th! e .me u ties of this imedment, beoe and tbe comers.
tIWtSA 8txbepeet hreodaheed sv th ovded nor and tines a-0

in*ch e~tminal (eourts of recordl shall be qdicers ..
A-flCE K* l olin for Sour ya&T he an nudse a l pirye the dte n

'he Co. the county wrte ssol numeI. ossut~isthe r.r
ira fton o th osr npulat term eo onate. tI
-"Ial l u sio be, ahd t inel y 0e $thuea po p ud I aurom y, satt ede d h u
P,!-" fnll+ follows deilareb- antor d Its aesesl en lis on
a nyee k shaH be weqle An ato usaud tsf~ we nt-oa ude

t1h l the -a1st th e thh .1t his s Tae court o f record s rhai huve
is e nor r se- o Iscle w e rd ou po nrimtial site, adop
_o en apic w i s1all m rlend a. eaim aontyi eand or
SI $ Aqde V- Sel o hant io e rll cores he rwe in wpro the damlone, of
.. lis blduret sag1 ded as a to read vhluc of the piopurty do. nor shall d bne
r w thrssC r ea dive the m l d u of surcnh wilh the elr-
I g*lltl p t 1 ltht proper rod nty as n heeinr t o poribe entry oand fn.
-.a~th sor shle Cel 3 Seetlee S. SI Ankile V, of the Conmitltimtom

Se e"S h e sad t .4 s he State of Flerida is hereby amended to U O
~*ISI*5 'etahla~hsub-othre aso ed aaolhowam- i

la dSl the a rols- "a coU e 25 Ter l u e c recr d

-r i ,rll1.dl l e lu s. I o .l "of Artla l V, of the cuesrunitei
~13 .1 Utile V. of he Oi~msdtuntoe the amtelaw, Inlorida wi herdeb amendaj jj
h ets co de "sctioa wi. There I.heA be outr eand court
val ruerd o pthdre rnt sltorney, to be oumed

WI bV t ~ tlou.s_ be d ddela rsMoed r leer anoecshrnneh whlinthehe cir
I' J1 ltge e legya rt e lm a w orgn ize cul t th e utoluso r r d w"o I-ed jurisdic.,tiono
4 Ml nI nleb peieU dl orall .peci4te.d Settion I. of Artile. V, of the Constitntio.
w~s kM rwtv WweImrj s eac ai Ie hes 01 she State of Florida I. hereby anwnded inO lii 101
date SI wdesg e t r eiigsoteat to read as flatin.:

the a. IuS h ll teo1"S jetlli said esion It All omen.te triea ble in the r oufts O
... I~~i a aIbe.,dIlailion of abl s osseedment, th.l1 of record shll l he prtosecutedl up.n ini,.snman;+
7" the uma of ml e d emn su there anddr o fh, An k mey Vof bld t Cny +ni e,tn
i qiedhi eplectve IoS*t1,cas a$S .; htco er the cout is in .eah .n yr nt. Q' T
r a. !ec o are duly" q!fud, end cInts hoelcit but the -n, fury nd dAe cir'
'tha., I he n any n emary ourt c Slt at fo r the county er eyicl eaki .acni ,Vf
--p S b esptabll s.e Ic awn cut y udac "Stond 1. The re hall beic for ofncls co r to l

WW embthe e Jtl'dig of ,aid C touty shall hetlde orl of reced.L'pon f he tir iyra r
_. se ad om toe four eucimpe +ti ha irutt judge ll btmi,+blw
~ eiluflS afdm elmsen llrwmheohel emu.I 4j,ai uneroah..dma..c..edatan r'

Rev emts ord, and the county solicItor of paid couri
*_._-- shall immediasteyi te therein, and Iniv+:-matrq
-based upon such indictmenS, ""Wn sai ni, me+,r.
)I at blow ARfTICLK XXIV. nation the accused shall be tried.
as" me Bt Ft the Slowig amnhme to the Co of s Sate or er i :tiire Orders sent to us
h Or1 tbat Iw the statut .e4 the !tse of IWorida .and the an to read as follows: nrm n .
m a n y udo. n sh b. sub- "Section Th, shall b, no c,,nhy corn. receive arm ptt v ue
Van t the lr
.i! i In thaeft. hs er,* ee, l ul *t, o c sh ie sl. .. :Lt of th ~t"'t:k tion and thec0188or
h er eb ysmd esi *i ct, al1 the State .1 Florida is hereby aminled 1,o
^Geedeeo p 3U 7 1 da s the Sete .hat not "Section ,rk ofTh the court of r wor we t11111 Ollt 18
*. !Mp h S ilob -nuttt e m staMom or aMation: nor shall wtmich the court i re.tlbzlishel, and all h d 10111 to eR(n
ytu sinlo. peim y. ecociation or eorporaclun. be tied by law. idle sheril 'A mitt county t
jo in owner or stockholder 'Rce fiur lout }earcand hi. c-.nipciaUo.n shall l.t
S ;eL l aue shall sot authorize any coimn- shall be the rxecutird unicer of mail court; hi
p.Sh& t y, igty tha townsbh or Incorporated dii. duties and teo shall b. ie ard y law. :
AS latte a stokbolder in any Company, Section 312I of ArtIcle ', "1 Ihe U'notitl.
ts mini. /ied o sloe or to ob|tat or tion df the Slate of Fiorilda ii berchy ax-mln.ed P NI I
approp^^^^^^B^ HJB *'.'*. M'. i|riate Wesiiyo or to losaits> credit to so as o read as (fotlowi rVlyem'< &&-a B^ I^ '
Sm E btImM my p.,orale, anociatio,. instltut.on or in- Section 31. All rules of practice gto ringg P llI NT IN
10. *--- d tl4M u s .l nas that the I.eli ature may the circuit crt, shall be appl:>abl Iothe I I II IIIl
au^^^^^^^ H H~teIei~t ffrtf thog^^ *rrisemmepal corporations to rel11e cours, of returd, and *It laws relarise to crint- |||h||I*| IIU ^
V WP56 f muastame ta-sies for euch prio d of nal ourts of cct.nd shall a. pply to corlls fI I II I
,1 .S; i imgna me ten muecipel authorities msay seem secor.t Changes of ,enue may is har,,,ont a
'ap as, ast,.,. r.,+. eeprise that may tour? ol rens- to usothe, co,,, of recor,,, or
l Sto wimbhl sMdI mumlelplttly, bhs no .uch to the circuit court l another county fr she..
slhall he hor s longer period sham ,ame causes, and under the law1, pruvidisg ror
mitv g gays I changing she venue from the circuit count .1
,.Ul t cue &, oe ont to she circuit ourt of .mother m
w ARTICLE XXV. 5d~r:e crirvr re : r1 -riz:,d 1 Send Us Your
the i en d t t ... l rlhe ch ourt aney county, to held a
St i me ar ha t t l ttt7"m,.t .to th Co- e t.rm o a oart j recordd of s,,th
a^^^ ^ fJ t^^ff ^ S^? ?^^ thM< tsI-atlhIse hnmdto aINext Order
_.__ a -- o o"- .he State at ,.t whi-e 4.ties to ap ,aupe at law Next 0 r d e
_____ .K -t., sha ll be subS- heIv j _iie ourtrl of reco'rd dui !' -
4,e s easr eoral lees. sweater, St, for raiitiee tI- a .emit I, renrd. ehell have the s-..e dus I-"
llli!l i i. i lildl /ill w +m~m_ =_ --._ ,.., _L_. L..... to trm ) by. Ju dge a1l d Usems or by releree. as...
d. Sll E to a lt hISS se sat An-se XVI aha, be atteded m.ay e.s uder tis Coshatus, or the lws
f m mmm i bgI e aft s ase nedee Us u .: I.n reference. to cams in circtt curts, or s,
Waflo ge y g spea 4. TM~tuue sal penide Ss' lith JaW ciur sfhe court of toerd be diiqals
iuLh- e-- distributor eSn alo l Med, transfer the cthu to the tFintst cos of lErUl i
'4 w"tm I bar. S te4t. At e es of he B the eelaty Is thih such o urt oi record m U Al Siew Sa ,h a While c.. C di wsa d Se.' and uedical od e, es. ba i n i n ll
lf-"".!!! bon he114 sfr pleme by my preon. late of Artice V. of the Coneh.. ll**
Pus ledemdgsst of she Supreme Caurs shaM time ofhSate Foriande a Ihereby amipw do
*6 6hgflr tgg.o..f. me e5. e w-,h e d of C_-erse of veoerd ,ball he shot.
htW'i ti it tr.. e by l Lemlue only spas a petition
hi bt~t. oI a inajeelty Sthe regIstered viiiere of she
,*w tat pe, at knewy, wfl re j-ah cou&t i* e.ta cd,1iI
,:"!RO i h' ha al, l sn eat .- _. .... .. _... ......... .

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Wilson. John ,
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Moore. Jasperr
NIMelreu .I 4
MeKay .1 a
Rountree, Asa
Row w m
Richardson w r
RfCvels. John
4oe, .loht,
Sikes .1 NI

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TompkfnI JIy i
Tompkins .1 r
Tompkins w n .r
Tompkins W H
Upthegrove .1 w
Lpthegrove, mobt
l'pthogmrve .1 n
Wade -x
Whihtle# J
Whesphal NI
Watson I; w
Iloaaster, win
Lamb .
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ays, Jerry
MiraIdM, Joe
M*esi. Thomas
Merry r v.
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Ji.l iom w .

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* w Kerr. Chas

o*. Aadrw LawL a
Sht <. Le..
l.A~ e Lewis. DarIl
a t l.*rfin 3 ,T

Adam MdlIcr. Weley
%'S M;Slon. Heary
a 3s May w
1 "K EK atnay. Joe
S: w Melmoell. Awl
Thee a MKin"Ei y T j
s. Alex Nattiel. Am
M. wN Newu o. Tiho
. PyIe. r '
L Alex Jr Pearam s- 4
Jin A in PlMnn
Frank Powtil w H
%x -Pelerson, Job.h
K. e rt Redaiin. Lewis
Isaea Rawls. fihk&a
N H Riley. Hfn_
1 Robinson. ChalIs
g a 1 Rauety pr *
Robinson. Tom
P. Th e Row, Hience
*-tin6ter, James
m a re-s. Chappell
. Amos SMreet. Emanuel r
r stakey i *
Ak. James Slecum w '
vr Thompson. P Atl
3 R Tuten .z
rson. Perry Tison 0
. Anthonj Neal. Jerry
James Vidroer. Jno
n Wr V idetnm a
nAichard Williams, Chasw
lUiiP W illiams, Mletton
Enix Wleyj. Albtrt
na j. Woodward. Alet
n. tin i eWalton g I-

istrict No. I

Aum4,. Conjfus
i ArmstronP, eter
AUlcxader. Alex
Anderson. Sanders
Rev illw I
Sirook. Joe
i llock. uarray
Bevill, no au
Berilli 1 i
Itailey. wyatt
Brown. r.alo
I l'rewer, ira or
Butler. Narthau
tee!anti, 11anlel
Brooks,, ,,enry
Itrooks. :tzichrd
Barton. ?) W I
H'rsell i i; Jr
SBerill V m
Brook. le jr
k;eck ,en Ia
Clifton. imn
SClark. Elias
' Crown 3 jr
Clark ui ,
Clifton. raniel
Crown r r
Crown w ,n
Cklifton A
Davie, qnam
Slensler a m
I PuBose, Albert
Davis. Peter
i'aufhtty A. L
DueBo 11
Foster a' w
emin. HIflilnm4tion
Firr, asamuel
George, Amose
Glover, waters
Harvard na "
Harrison, Noah
Holly..John i 'i

I2s -A d

Hunter, Adolph
Johnson. Lemuel
Jones w
Jenkins. rany
Kelly. td
langt, rd
lil MOeM John
LI". oao
Lnv. neonry
L.lggon. un
Main. io A
Massey a
Mlaxwell, John
Mlaxwell. James
leRFae. nciry
MCI' *ald iT
Porter. James
Pepper i v
Ramsej r **
Rlam.ty F" ,
Raunsey, wm
criveu. James
Simmtis x n
Smith. ..eo
Scott. tewis jr
Smith J v
ShelIld .1 n
Tranp. Jack
Thomas. H e5y
Truodarle, Jamn
Thompson. John .1
Tenly, w n
Taylor z i Jr
Torbert t w o
Taylor a w
Taylor s w
Vesable T '
Enable x
WnisaXr., wainman
Wallace. teph
Walker, Duvid
Watte1 i J
Was hlngton, Neely
Watte J3
Wifllaats ma

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F itae J
y Anrt *

Hoater J x.a

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iwerth Jmoe

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Jewh*%. J r
Jaees. J iadpha
oasedos. rIesitr
JHay. u-Alb

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Kely, Jame

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AiJohas, iU
Joants war
Jnekeos. mintion
Jesse. AlbasOn
'Jacksos. Leiui

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Ke ra ys w
Kelly, w1-ry
Kelly a t

N~ijag. T

'tiuthwry w H
Johnson, T
Jamsn a

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ram.r ww
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lwo& a r
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TIeapsa r Jp
Turner w r v
Wines. Rat I

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W'%htw. 3j

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Zaeot-r a
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miner R1b -
Znvroenr, J Rober
S-Lake View.

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Savage. liein
Turner t i
Tiulma:. w atr
Turner a 1m

Turner i
District No. IT-Hague.

Abrakms, 'ills
Abrams, newe
Adkins K %
Anderson w a
B eton .-
Banks. wmO
Bankts, isaa
Cooper.. narry
tamnpbell. i ob
Colieas a
DampierT J
ltowgin. Thee
Nll, t has
itmpier, stephen
limpier. wow
Dampier w'
Ford i
tirlffin .itenry
i lcy iti
Haguei i .t
Hague w ?'

11ague, isine
11ague, manes
tissue. ass
Holder %
Harrison, 'oly
Hope v

Hllague a a

Hague J
HIstlegs w
Jone, Peter
Kelluam r
Kite. Jan
Kite c- .
Lumpkin -
Meek, sobt

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Marshall. -rnu
Malphu ita
MleKinney. A s&r
Nelt O
)'arkh, a Ies:
P'eder. oaelius
IPetder. Ltremes
I'eyrk r
Polk, neary
lkt.lK v
PArker a1,
Randall, tao l
Randall. adbert
Randall, marry
Roae, homas
SNrkklamd t"
Strickland w
Strickland i i
aIlrMter, Elil
Stamley wr
aimsawmOuS 11 w
Simmomq. I'hII
small w
Strickland 11

talla r
Taylor. Harry
Turner, Phlleus
Thomas. reaee jr
Ttomr m w
WigiIIs 11

Wleom e. en
Whi. rAtllp
Wde*. rhillip
Williams, Thomas
Whie, Thomas
White. milanl

YOUng w .
District No. 18-Osceola.
Uihmnell i w. Hamiltoo w
Hionnell r rJohsson w K
M Bonaell a i Laugford -.

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Hime a a

elonsw a

Huater r

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HJose" r
JHMan r
ReletS, vu

Jfekstn r T
JRtry 6ita

Jones i"

Johnso, loh n
Kerr. t andon

Kerr, vamuel

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Mohuer. %%ilom~

District No. i1- 1-t.

Alkias .1
lliryan T r"
-1111 *i T
$ass .1a1
Kryrant w
Itoober t i.
Baa. W0ley
Barrn. s o
Booker is r

Ripest J a
Hrysaelt w a
rookerJ r

wmile w *

K:Vrelt. Johb e
Veieher I, R
Fletcher '
Fowler, ~Sephe'n

Moore w
iMathews K i
lMartis 4m
Older T.
OweensJ r
Prkies r w
Pharh 1. He7ry
Psnleb. eay

Roib J a
SPi ,.l

RIeuta w


Ioberts J v
Robedt o av

nghelot s "

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fe inrslignald ulalg ooeupled
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tVOW "i 4 OWh Sb. mtoe sister wisWh Attor-
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miuch with the

Sbasw t has wl epted a poeItioa
Ik igigpi Olla, & Q., and will ieet
'i *ibisss '
Ats isi.. so town are
fL*l Bu of A Ian4eI- Miss;
Cal. OG t s4 ldaqghtterI Mrs. J.
omift r sopy.
l H M wowPnuby hpt.e re-
la a very plOasstu week

iAA Ale' AM Selle willo mut tas
i 0m.O.@. a pL ro. oe


Tht imt Adds New Posks and
@Svetbhrgn. Per ls submiss.
e eemissMisl dmepraltmat of ihe
! WiseOk Stmlnsry Is esjoyting a
tgn of pwpoiy la Inewstem a by
ftrl d tW hlltarby.
itS the pUt week this teWpart.
s t L a Iuplstlm sI largm well mae
dat.ta W *memmodat et whole*
,s dies. tdhqagae atO Mhdouble
awt e sad etiMt slidep for s m svest.
7iSWtU t ,bs thet vcb 1of the
lm i MNmattesuurlaG Comeony. This
dAsteA-t lull equipped with eol.
tgo afferney end mnrohandil esrdg.
sad, darleg b. bosinep praete pe.
thd i t l a m emo of si tiu buist.
"Me Mltity. It will well reply a
vil to tiis departmes to we tlte
beta of grMeg eMIvT students billy
egepid with business propositioms
said sMe otnry elik of typOwriuiang
waisosiA udS toieeah intreaumsents.

Vesel Believed Sa*0.
KNew York. O. 22 -Tie local agent..
of tb Spanish mail uiteamr Iiuesuw
Afre. i rbhich has beqn reported more
tas tire days overdoNe at Habanas,
YO toWar that tthey felt no appreheou
als requt1ag the veoel's safety.
fe Spil.e* the fact that she m
Is not ato all emarkable |A
at tth elxtremely se*vrO weather
Whi bs piroveillad for *oevri days
|Ok$ tO m tWt east

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No Fight For Thrao Days Be-
carie of Wt&thor.


MIle DOeuverone Knocked a Small Pi-.
totl Off a Mantel.
Waycrosw. Ga.. Oct. 2'.--Mths Alli t
DauverRnqt was accidentally hot wi i
S 2,2 caliber pintol Thirsday aftern,.n.
Theb,hul. let need (lhe iYOung wIe
man's stmarh,. Phbysiclians p roie
for the ball, blut without is'urjcx.
Mis.a Da-'ttrguo is re'tintg Say) to)
aight. but tlO resull of her injury eqan.
aot be fortold. A. I.. Dluaevagn.,
the youUnt oman'a father, had placed
the pletol uoi 2hk '- imnt.l piece. lMhtg
Dan.lrgne, in cleaulri; the mantel, ac.
eldentally kni kod the pistol off, (!atis.
lag it to discbarge.
Pace Fconac CaOe.
Montromery, Al .. Oct. 22.-The ap
peal of John PaIe., io ,lcted of ipeon
age in the 'nite4d lStates curt, has
been regularly I r r.lte to the ttitr,
ed State court of app*$ee atl"ng 1
and will e decided later. ghoumd thl
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Oftubn of Law Are
f0r Duty In Stat D's


They 'lun From 8m Montlhs
Years, Owing to Oravity of
lion-Joe Brown loe T. gyN
a Double Oliqrgs.
Uuanrd T. I.. Allnton, who JMi
eniplay of HutaItin'eh i Co.,
plate minarS of thloltr, dspartoW
orday having i: his rtinely tey o
oaero for the inille. these pr
weo roniveted at tho* iission of
court Jut ielooed, in.l will saerye
tenes l t Site ltttillelltbaCh mnine.
frni )lbe t Isilse. gf tel' e'nviiylet, t
The naltes lnol tent'eient ir ie
follows ;A
(i'u. D)any, hrvakiig aiJd enlrpjl
foir year.;, Archie F llr, ' i
aid ealieriu', three },isr; O
Wlttker. grojad larieniy, two iiij
Colontl Wnthingtoni, breikiuigire d .
terlng, fix months; ltoierlr Strickl
brwakin andI eultring. ,,, irv AIY
Homer JohnMon, grandl lsue0iy, l|
yearn; Henry Shaw, breaking 4a
Series. two years; hJ)e Brown, Ise4
of horse sad grand laroeny, ten Iiej
Sol Iobinson, Rrand larcen7, fsV
yean; Will Smith, allas Jas. JohuI,,
braknlag and entering., thire yuea, .



Heavy Feg Has Interrupted Opetr.tions
ead is at Pretet a Otanesttll
In the ngoaemCrUent Between Rue,
lina tlnd Japanee*s.
St. Jeertua tOcit t. 21.-:.12 P. II
-The two anr.l fice akch oilI
aerosms ei Bnklihu rivet,. llt ua i
Uonu continue' at a sitaatill. 'Tr
beavy luog 1lh, hung over the plain
wall btuiirId iIp by the lsu ylmLst.rlday
AooD, after wlileh the aritl!'ry (tomn
some of tho itusiina battlirls wa:, in
action, bin nothliig mijpor:ant iUp-
' peaed. The Asiurlatldt l'r', rr') -
rtepund:nt h y) lIte Japianeue did i, t
ppl)y, Indicat lugi t nslileo ihoita',
of A4maitiutunl or a desire to cimc.'al
the locailou of t heir uins,
Tbe war cal'cu hal no frelh news
this mornling except a IIst of the lllss'
s of Utuer': kL'M rinl'y-,.rsl t0,
villa of tho Fiflth ll1rlan corps an4
the corps under Ueneral 8marklof.
The list of officer killed and wound,
Sd betirwei Oct. It and pot. 13 totals
173, includIng Major (Genierral Italia-
aki ad 1t leld offlleors lied. The
wounded are In tho propottlon of I to
S. The litt for the heaviest day'.
ftAhtlng IsotIll unreported, and doubt-
lios will execed the losses at Liio
Tmg whoe 60O oomerrm were killed or.
The ieloss among the men are not
yet reported but they are thought to
Applruximate not miche over 20,01i4
NXw from IPort Arthur brought to
M Ift~ Oct. Il says a fierce bombard.
iat whleb bepsn Oct. 16 wuas till
panteslb without lnterruptlon.
aW buildiags had boen damaged sad
iiIh io the harbor ad also been hit
by ..ell, but the character and extent
at the d "amag sae not stated. The
lwaene alis forces are now post.
at Uullatuar. They have placed
gus ol-sg calibre oan lunajda moun-
IsiS. The Ruiaans ooaotin.e mak-
lag morties sccecsfully and lttleting
haTy lases a the bealeters. Those
lan i sinee the oCommeceinent of the
mlene are said to have been I,OO0.

Mukdom, Oct. 21.--1 a m.--Towardr
evalng yesterday the for lifted and
some of the Rusilan aus at varliou
p0olts opened ire ajluast the Jape,
ab dlefenes but they did not re*
soped either from scarctty of ammin.
attls or the desire not to reveal the
loestoa of their batter:es. The weath.
er qpd the conitloni of the roads have
made extensive operations Impusllhle,
but the roads are now drylni hard,
which forecasts events in the nwa fu.
tWre. The war correspondlents in tho
Seld are kept lu the dark and it l.
4ileiclt to say when and how this
dreadNul slaughtir will end.
lHuansug. .Manchuria. Thursday,.
Oct. 20. by courier to Mukden, Oct.
.1-Wednesday passed quietly. Along
Sthe Rusalaa center there was nomue
|deultory outpost firing, bat nothing
lserlous. Iait night was also withh
eut ineldent. This morning the plala
was covered witlft a blanket of fog AR
thick ais tlho dark est ntlht. In thb
afteroon' the weather clesard. Tho
chief obstacle to a reumitipsli of the
Svanee cntlinaes to be the aind state
oS the roads.

Mime Da g--- o- a


several M salonary Bishops Electedlby
House Deputies.
llultnm. Ort. 22 -'Th, PlEtionl Of
several mkl!tonaary itfho)p.4 was the
Iprinl ipal i.hu1;lin'. 'aIine. the iidico-
put hun'sp o 1k iia t it as. .h mjCled tO
Th'li vcsnrit si t lict' ^ Ith'Ose of
Sailt l'iu and ll ,ikow. Chint. A
b.ihoji will ait'. hi. tnt to < Cuba mad
one to Mextc.o. In ihre altrr country
a b hi;t lh'i lihath v .v.r.i:;h t 1 all
the rlinlh ;i i': ailaig ieoiili,
In a ~e'rimi> itdila> the' matilnlnll col*
clil f thih tc rival union for the
iM InfteIa tirnc enri iel(u n,04f* 1 1ik Cath.
Uo ic Ltin l' tit. It., le-glln6 il II.
Weller,. 1) bihello cuoanjJiutr of Food
Di late,. WIl.. miiade a plea for contvl-
ititluni towairdlt Hle work In the west.
lie said It haid lteo' been charged
that ('CtholIc parilheo In the east
spent inuren monue' lor music aloMd
than in available lor the (nlite miain
tenance of (loien w,,telTUrn d tltricFs. Hie
thotight the eastern a'hlillc part'hes
sbhu;ld contriuitt; Lnore to lthe t*et tO
whom, lie said. (hiey owel their contin-
tance. aied it not been for those
dioce. a, he declared. the ,astern .Cat,
ilec parishes wiulth lsave been ltegllatl
ed out of exislMnce long ago. The
clerleal union afltiward hlial a buii-
nflss tessiloni prvldeid over by liish' 'P
Nicholson, of .Milwaitkee.


supreme Court of Florida Renders a
Jacksonville, Fla.. Oct. 2,.---A del*.
alub hag lben rendered in the suipre f
court of Florlida in the phi~phatte rail
f*l(e. whirh ihau en in t!e courts
lnceo la t I()ertrusI[er. IProce rl'ti5S
were brutthlt by ihet railroad e'eTwm-l*
stIon of Flrlda ajalitut the railleo. :., at
the instanre of the fernaudiua IEiard
of trade, charging sl ivrlwtiinalO In
rates in factor of Sitannah al against
Florlda port.
The dectilun. Jui-t rendered. is I'.I
tory for the onommnilslon and preelP"
tory writs of manidamus have bfel
I!gued compelling the railroads to put
In force a rate of I cent per ton pet


Celebrated tIn eInciand and Coles
With Uenucual Carenmonie.
London. Oct. ..-' Trafalaalr d.y wa
celebrated t oxty ar hon ahd Ia thft
colonlte with the uiual decoratloniag,
Nelson's flags~hp Victory, at PNtf"'
mouth, was gaily decorated with bas.
and decked with latru l and Slew SNO'
son' famous signal.
The base of the admiral's ooluma
Trafalgar square here was elaboraeMi
covered with % reaths. proalms
among the floral tributes beingel
huge dinlenlo(n tied wtth the fremac
and Spanih colors, sent by the any
league with repe it and honor to the
memory of tho e aant French aMt&
SpanIards fell at Traftalar.



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uknlly Iqminim.
HwArmnSS In Alabamna frw

AWt., AuUsl t 9 1.-Monday
el* wre brought t tio t
i o Il the county )all live
Slpp0 td to be member of a
ilj" club, and Imptlested la
to murder a bally llvla
f" m this city, sear Chewa
sadl there Is reas excite,
atbilhorbhood orf ctap.
i th attempt at It e cimerl.i
Sapture wlI made through thl
ot two members of the
wure4d after persi ltl effort on
of the citizens of the neigh.
The two members state that
lrrueL of the community bad r. the purpoMs of murdering
IK and huratnrl. ind the first
to regcilw this treatment at
hands was to have been Mr.'
Plott and her three children.
ant plantation near Chews,

lepro by the name of John Cook
'bX kill Mrs. Plolt and her daughb
Mtiss Pearl Poti. aged about 18
i' another pember of the band
to kill her LWO sons. Jim. aged 11,
Biler, Saged 12. The house was
to be plundered, kerosene poured
IL, .ad the bodies of the murdered
of the family, and the whole

attempt to carry out the plot
pee* om Sunday evennlg, Aug. 7,
i wolag at the window of Pearl
iem and another working urn.
the house. Cook had suo
ila pryng opens the shutter,
barred the wIndow, but Parl
awakened by the nolse, and called
brother. He arrived In the
j ut as the noero was In the act
l blii In at the window. and he
ied hisblguin at him. missing
but frightennal him and the ao
,a iatr wa kept as quietly as
except that the cltuiaen o
|l'ghborood began at once a sys,
1U S quiry Into the matter, with
Ie of ultimately seeuring so nm
lto Ibrutes and effecting thell

about a week's labors, a eon.
was secured from two of the
of the gang. and Monday alve
wO taken Into"
foaner Peterson and l r
kIMs taken at Chewaen; 1I,=
It Bear 7. ant f'letches
was found In Opelftn,

SieUfl Timed the lnet,
e V a Vry (Seeod nemasn.
il|ient th-on, tIhn' E flntfh *lrtilnin|ult
i toJI k n i"rflitl: in'ter,'t In tlnh
0 lun lidinl. lie hitd ait hil
1le's tip ai hunillr'v| lil bInhilts wltwr.
Nl'to lllustnit ,Ii' !hIl.s-s vt tlhe
101'1M claharucter.
.bro wasi a ftirnnir In ti.* w-'(t
| W s W ari l p1ti to it fPr hl) ,lliUf.1
farm. 1ri, lan, wh'rr: llniitfr l I11
btlfitttritiJrh l. but tiey w+.r<* lIRr
lnta.n. .Awnys rlliL tli.y would
down the he .lastetr' l.Kck tunwid, tiad, H@-
1a i lb upot, ti 3 woulhl llie
0ron tlIhe gtriia ihu< lwp ti1I dayI

01one isnorilnj f very tall. rotlnst
Ian asLkl tlit furnier to gv\e him

ps,' said the wlile mian. 'You will
leeid. VYn Ininrn are always vgt*

ch, io." s,.Ad the othi.r. 'Titl Il-
Bt. er r::t llrvil. Thi lZujuu not
t bravest '
W ell. 1'1 Itry y,,at." ;ila, th1ii farii,-r.
bI e 'uigis .1Me, il. Tiitanl. He put h1im
Work In ;ai A litt-til.i, tOtwn1 1hw wlvt
for n ill ,,ur or two. WI"len hL rn-
hld hfI fundl thl Iltindit ;l3iV'p 'UU-
tfl '.
i' T -, v:' k up hei:re, lie crle'I. *Yu
50e you neverr pt.tlrd.'
t 6l,' ,:thl, l cti. r. yawntin. 'this
Don't. 1 tit if 1. itnt li lwnr
i lP wnuld Ol .i lred Just the same
9 ft" ,*

PcML.e Mirro- roFr Men.
ket rtir ,- If r.euY' repeated
l 4 Aifl man In respease'
Slth:i:'Y. "\ all hubindreds of
e*Tern ye You wlji finl them
I.e on ,0ret crner stands and
Sbar'.r ,lhips. I don't know
blys t.1. i ctuI't even say I
13a ;l'1 tu1.e a pocket mittro.
Snow t;ey rre In constant de-
a the trnCe. Ton eaCn buy a
r ) one, metal. for 10 or 13
*tail. Oval shapedl fiat milrrrs
Itest t loet. made of celluloid,
SStwer to protect the glha. aotl
at"- Sew York Ios.

*gra Dee0sm lm WiS ll eJwF As.
i*** aIle* Was Veneil4.
't1he ftoll ln i ilgAtIaulie.' uay serve to
striklin ly Jirtwiy I't ia "l iy.'s trpury
lhaut l,.re t in cr'.lmltl spiritual eo-
rrilay 4',l.r'e,. *1 i, hidrd.miIt hliltrh hlas
xilitifPlo- II, l -fi i I() N #ti Itsir l b tell
Row i&I el do. a10 1% t6 111a %at(!t 41 of the
bNwly i.ti i I. 1. y IL, 4t r of the
ialn i ;i l i.t i., .:!1 r-aloi rtl il lty
thl* ii, i .i. 1., ,li oln M.wi kull .
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strui r,,- tv. LiL.s, .% .-. .' -y
around fr an 1. ..1 .
ceivest n l.!m-t.. i t t
great i l'Iq l. .is th- 1 q .I I.4.
Site the i t w li're tlr ." .' ; "'.,'I
thrn umsa iwho' a onr itne l.t i ,n
lyiig liu iiln h ;i:' t rl itn Oo r
pittu of t litilitntit ii.l. P liiijIg tfhei
bridlr of the huomei. uilort-rd the rider
to dnliiount. Tihey tlihei calrfully
ieari'tW 'l hs pt'orln ril 1i lol him away.
lthe face, ftltire a nd biaring of Ihe
LiOMelmnll lUii'te o dep aiu llipretloa
npun Mr. O'utuliiKLiiai'as miind that he
awuke; butt, fllin iKti mlei agaln prel -
ently. lie isir'niiie1l tlhai.t he. wail one of a
throng of ti'vtatilrs near a great city;
that h1 aztw the ibniue |-rsinm be bad
ien meh'IX In (Lh t wold hroulght out
between tiles of s4dlehrst. whol marched
him to a rallutis andl there banged
lill. When Major Aindre and Miea
Steward : rrivil, Mr. runninghali was
horror struck to .liw cver In the per-
son of 311sm. Steward's frltd tlbhe very
man witso seizure and executon hbe
had witniessedl In hls dream.
Here wes an ttetvirate anticlpatlon of.
events that ict iailly ha;iiswined within
twelve innlilth frumt the date of the
4drv iI. The rnpture of Andre, the
sanrch vot his lciwon for documents
tL::t e'uivnvirtl Ilna for autlng the part
of ia s'iy and his putlt' exec*utiun con-
tlitille cue of the liu o t dramatic epl
sales of ith e Cmiiitry. IHow 1i it 1ilaeltliable that so
definil*t a i Iln tof coning *vents
couldl etrlK4 firoi tle Influesne of any
plic:iit':il conditloin on the liruln of the
slipelrl WhIiat psAri ble state of the
llMy could cr oer upun the soul the
power to ,lsrite future occurrences
with such ex.Nt flde'lity to details?

A SnUemamilll 'nal Served I *she
Middle *f the oDr.
N.xii 'r l I:; I* thie unlversnl hour
for the ttrildy Parsiirtii liunch, which
coiun'nei' wilh "'lmr (id'*wuvrs0." ap-
petizers eatte'i with buitter-the Anily
itie bluttr ls ier we rved on a Irrvnch
The (indles variety of hourss d'oeu-
vrem" would 111il a volume--sardlnel
shrluiups, olivji-a. riIlsli-s. Tiny salads
of every descrlptiln are included among
An egg or tiah e)urse follows, and
the varlous ways In which both are
rookkd would also ill a volume. Next
the muist is served tbwt, mutton, lamb
or veal a-tcottpanthl ty one trretable
or a ailultd. If ta rvgetnle. the laslnd
follows R a iep parate course with fowl.
gaine or tid,, uneit of souie kitd. If a
salad is lthe a'-rei'sory for thoe atu4theo
some veivetable cuIes after It as a
single couiSe prec'dlng the rhe.h e--
never omilttel -and wlih h with fruit.
of a)oliue kiri forum il.. L- hdei.rt. He-
tweeun the anliad and se course a
swect dtf-h. r:i "*ti i!.- t," CUsistling
of a cnstntl. rirenn. tnir or the likes, i
Often served. linut ch.see and fruit are
usually allowed the LIKn.+r of the ordl-
nary- av'era~'ie lunchrot d, sert topped
off wi tl gA Al cup of efT'ite and a tiy
gisaa of some litleur. \Vhat to lat.
flI4ed Wrddlen,.
The love of indeettnlence and te
freedom aind pleasure of today make
girrls less and lsts anxous to marry
before they are past five and twenty.
Perhaps It is Lbetter thnt there sbould
he that dllinellnation, for our modera
Ulife may fat a wonan better to marry
late than early.-Lady Jeune In Loo
doe Qpinion.

Tnull. m em t, Tll.
Mamma-- Johnny, how many times

have I tokl you about pulling that cat'
&- "m sAl.. U A.... i.i. -i. 6p

DR). )VERE u. MOlnRIS,

OiMce oeor Marqos Knm4.;t' AU work imar.
Dlt. A. U. MObELEY.
08 T E 0 P A T II.
Otfhe: Magnolla i tell, GlftI ville,
S- 4
A44 dl .4u sueeai .*Uv treaed wltholt
drjiag. 'utse.Uti*o adl EaminaloaS ftIree.
(tuce our toI sa a.A mu. J to ip. so..r b
514.2iWSCIet. dastf

U t f nVUl.., FLOIUDaA.

Canu ell your eity property, (inm.
proved and unimprored) phosphate,
irucking and farmlan landm. ead him
a list of what Yon offer for sale. 1i4ft



(tJMe ln Endel Bloek.


laimem, 90se019w& AM|M|

Over Diesat& & Co Bb.

wlsweII I

eea iMeUaos to Crowa S 0Ilte we0


ALL WOrnI (GIuwam ,
s0. In aMiler Lav Kuaslese.

JORx MNUzEs. Pw"inr.
Mll01 W. By t. Jslacsornvle ia.
Falt beer, bottle and draught. Donts
fall to call an me when in Jooksoevile

4(W th r. u. aIL Two).

Olloe In tMLer Law E)e~are.

Franrk Gardner. Prto'r

Jacksonville. ,

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Best Imported and Domestie Liquon
and Wines in the city.



E. A. WMEIL & CO., '"

Of All bIrlpUdea

Sole Atente for OlARC and MVYE.
E13x qAULIT Shoe. Every
pair wirmanted.

J. MaumSa,

* AIgelt


S. T. SCHAFER, Prep.
Cmser QTove stfd C(rpremsres.
PhoeIM P. 0.' BoX 0

Fres Elvry Day.
Detlverl so AU Plrtl of City.
SaUfsLeton Oemnae4



Alachua Pool Parlors,




Sa I&*land Cotton 8e4, B
SLfather In

Manidfatureru oe ,the
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ww yds# at (he 3yT

t 'a t eabwllaedt bat'
bas. te ship All
ad.Maina, the'

31ad ebuseoer th-e1d
,U ~~p.bmp the torpedo
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a q Memltir M leteemob and f

TMma OS metal soegolag tue.
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awISteyte ofMafaseguueu
q ' is i m filer 1 d Raussell MOeew
" l a we eOv iveteUd of saslaeugter.
a 4 se. h Miller wlas colted o.
"1'uytalawf ,t wepos, Thid me.
we so ,i n at wwe tried fortthe
y ou tot bes pmeount
Cfm Ye. Last

|. Et a remisesi t eiebamt

A sad dews la
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Is *' Muvdnse

SeaimtOnal Trial Is In Pregrs o at
S OteWittn-vilo, Va.-Cwrt Hae Trow
S le In ilmpanwlling a Jury in Ut

Cba oWtteavillo, V.. Odt. 21 .-The
Trial of jVormr N1a)r J. :Samuel Me
a. i, bame with It* t"urder of ile
wieo was resumed la c U e corporaUtio
e *run *r to ay, the court room be
When St dw4fendant ea e into ourtw
ft ~be two Uromhers and oea kleis dhib.
'i saaMnataitlon of tke talesman of
, the see eid veore of 50 men. drawn
* fOn M ilebmond, was beguaftn an eta
St to eapleto tihe Jury.
* Oly three of the vewoe from Rieb.
Sumed were sectpeed, making a total
SN twelve who have quatlletd, rty.
A.hrN we"t rjicedtd boeas of opln.
Stos fbrmd ad three wee excused.
S As h &our moa are aonary to conm
flte the psasl of 14 t NM wbich the
Iry asily to to be dmta, the court
O0 wed the U 1 sergqtatarm tao
4 Srt thb tb4 vreaIs%
i A Ame M s taies m il SRaturday
4 I t 1 nM the wltasmN. however,
hmes eoest anto Mtessm Worarou.
low .'----

' uMheus .OSLES ATION.
I II Werer ee f *eflen At M
****'*, $ 4. Y.- s
A ly. I. T. n .--S1 .Ipu.
fla sa ew-spames r have eMited
OM ltfg m ualm es ob celebratloa
sje e Oa t. 1s, to hobeor of
Ii-fW F I s b $ave been als.
AM' t1 mp0 t W il tim fl n will
b a-0ue-4 to 4 Wesnel lsati
s the msNic. eq i tGe pretiftn
fl i* MWitO teO M Ind will be
miS sT itamt md over e0
piouse is estume win take part la
ie mere e b the heatd stairway
Wlelt thI eCApital.' The queou
j4e kWm rl will the proteed tu
ety hel, whe*e tim WOor the
Fa willn be reve d rom the mayor
SO be Me t a raboltcal unlockinm
eS the Is gsates of the eity.
l* WlaeOg bCI be devoted to a
i"eo at floa fea an attempt will
b via* to r nepde the eirnival
mof O )*ew Odfte sad Italy.
R I TN" From Deut.
"Our little dleghter had mu almost
t afttash o f .booplia sough sua
bosmebltls." IRtW Mir. W. K. lav.
lad of Aramlk, N. Y,, "bh, when
l ether seemdle ftiled, we aved her
ItWt with Dr. Klngs 1ew Diseovery.
Our 0e9. owh had cosuampItoo in
S'ukas stagW, ala used thib waos.
.161 medatelM ad today he Is pr-
W0t1. well, DPtes thimns and
1-416MW" Fe ld to Dr. Kl *m MNew
m S m tso otbor lmeatele on
al.a. ltImeibli for oouilhe ade oude.
Iii S01 boils susroessld by all
emi-:, fiel eMWoWer. .

One Cent a Word.

AM- ofSu sesworoSor m*i asisr
isSatintmndtctrOmeC*e a Weqt. en'
"wne set"somum Smnm tm as arno-
Tu **0 Soawmema r
s5; es-ase 4of mn wiswe Wmu e.unw

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mi ariesm ,


We've over-bou ght.

We must reduce.


stock., and to that end we have inaugurated

A Special



Regardless of Profit.


As an iulucement to the Buggy hiutyew..-to
assist us in reducing our stock-we will give
with each Buggy bought a set of Harness at ah.
sAlute cost.L

Visit Our Ware Rooms and See the
Largest Stock of Buggies and
Wagons Ever Brought to
This Section.

W. R


O tr htr td e amlg ailP Witer a abee tl iof d4 and grafed
VIA TRE tof t-he fiNi varwUmis, h as have a reerd be.
kl theUm Ale Fri s, O -astls, ie. Catalgue ad "Ouide to
sieeMII PbmM CVRlt" ree. t t a a a 2 1


Alatehua county Is W8,400 acres In
ase. h .as 8 miles railroad, &IO
miles wagon noad, M postoloee.,
123 publfe schools,. 27 phosphate
plants, 20 asw mills, $75,6000 eourt
house, five newspapers, and pro-
duees eaor, cotton, rie, sqgat.
oats, rye, potatoes, pineapples, or-
unem. peWWhes. pears, plumn. itpe
means. and all kinds of vegetables.

's l(t fourteen churches, two public
schools, the East Florida Seminary,
p1vte nehool, there newspapers,
United Bates and oleie, the bess
water, ire alarm system elctrle
a 11rigIff Ight, two lee feactoripe,
miahlae hOa= atre wood faeto-
ries, emtton ain, two moe faetories,
three railroads, two fertdiller man.
ufaeturing companies, oune fiber
manufactory, oe reetifying tar-.
pentine plant, two banks. and well1
stocked stores embracing every.
thing in the commerelal lime.

The Florida
Fruit and Truck Grower
L. BRUiB5, ilIer and trep'r,
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House in Georgia

SOuarnteed yar old. BIS the
gallon $3.00. 4 full quarts l .
EXPRefs sRuru
090. J. (IoLEXAN RTE
Guarnterd yearn old. By the
gallon 92.74. 4 foll quarts L3.0X.

gallon 2.50.

4 yearu old. Iy the
4 full quarts 12.76.

Iy the gallon $2.32. 4 fill quart
Gua attwed 4 years old. By the
pllom 2.50. 4 full qoarts $2.1.
Ouarnteed 8 am old. Br th*
gallon .OD. full quarts 8t25.
We handle all the leading brands of
Rye ad Bourbon Whiskies n the pUM
ke and will save you from (w per ent
to 10 mar iMt mg .nitlmh nnnil a Smd


Establisbed In Ma88

The Oldest Whiskey

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1B SHWNY Stomach

"' /r -mitud rfe wrred 1- Oieasg. ,,, ,est s
ol| WMov Tho" Gre U 2L S5 *Mr< a

W t K. hollay -d..heIrled td.I. Kr2d ar s alUtj : d
Sn. he t.._ ....-
pa e of P dublic l- 4-"w -o

00 0 1 whom it. J nFId I 3"ggSasW36.Nw
fifhussa an isdieuenent rs *omV/ *j p. sl
ubPo -o*a omlml liaMl, the wd e um
S ed lntil the P. S#i?
been enirel court, has* Sold by All Druggists.
the following interim '
e regret morte keenly GLOi& IA STA"T FA'..
i ..mditioso which s .empd < to
attorney and my ouwn at- Mar, v -t;rs S:e re 3 ,ts o t w
swell as the court, to d. F
Ia1iStIamIN of mry ease Le t,.e .
* m fair aid impartial trial.
a arrested. un the very day at '
pGim l eleetIoe. I had hopedit .
ossrge brought Sgtairkst metcl; ..
ia ll misled to al im partial Mr, .
the ge eral .leetio in or. ior- y.
il sbel fully windieated i : t.
Mofhhe people. That this tan, hatI j
is in no semee my fault. It I u 't.f
f al ofamy attorneys and i i ,I ., :.1 ;
Sespeot whenever the court #tri v e
Sas lImpartial jury can be1 r Joi, v,. i, o a, ,
L4 i be folly I quwitteld of the "n "' .- iht,. a
iils ltme. aao r: a It. 'a1t:. ba d

lthinu a few dayi isawe an
$ah* t Dem mrwey of Florida.
to be leted "
The B lt Doctor.
C. Hotion. Sulphur Sprilngi.
wifte Jelly ilt, 1809: "I have
UlaI lsIilBallard's Snow Lhu.-
Hfnhoreh 4 Syrup, and they
esrtalny satisfactory.,
SlIs the ell b we have ever
beodeaibe sand pains. Tue
Sh bee Mnor doetnr for
1 I ears 2n. -0 c, .,, 1.C.

an d Inspectrsof Election
r Nmlvntern. 8,. 004.
EMIa Enalfld peruias have
lad liqeepeors and clerks
to be held in the sew-
lsa. of Alachut county on
lNor. Il.,
T. V. Tanmi
Ch'b. Bd. C'. Com
.TrI. Mlyrk.
9iNo. I, ll Wdo-W S. Ti lis
M lineey., H. C. Atwater. in-
&oane. elerk.
No. 2. iL mws-Wn'. .1 1
H Cason, W illisia ri.jck-
IspiWtor;J. .. Y uch. clatk.
No, 3. Alachua-Wni. 1
I. |Lewis, J. J. Ilul*asN* in.
T P. Maynarl, clerk,
PlNo.C. Willefard-'lCt.i. P'ulk,
'Thoses. J. A. Slocjn. inspect.
p W. 8. Oteenu, e!erk.
itjrtNo.6.Trsnton-J. II. Mar-.
W. AilrH. u. A Idson. iii--
J. M. -Everett, lerk.
i, No. 4. ewberry-1. (i0.
*,B0llter Kineaid. A. P I U %hit e, Ilerk
Io. 7. Galneswile-D, A.
W. Ireeh. IL. C Lyineil
;IT T Ell. br clerk
No. N Hawthorn-T. J l1am-
FrW Stork. W. H. lrkstresser.
is A. Webb. clerk.
No ., Island Orove--\, 1 i.
.. 1. Ihaw. J. Whistitr i.ispec;-
Cason. clerk.
$ No lo. nicano p- 1 1. n.
IA.t Chitay. ( N. Merry, in-
; iJ W, Smith.o e rk
it No 11. Archer-<4, Ii. tod-
W*. WL. Jaetkon,. \ Andrfewi
|Sef; J E i. Welj ".-rk -
No 1, Arre u:i rli-J
Rtenillf. clerk
!VI No 13. Fair ,ti..4- i ran,
; T hbaw.eler : *st4
Aa..No 1 Mleit il -I -I ,,.l-

tJ~.11ka 111 o..t
G; A.A MBRyali. .*.-r
Kr Noo i., l~ias --J i ri,'.

a. No IG' l kl l .- T
Jackson. J

t. W, i'SmaTll Clerk ,.
;-E A. 6 bh, eec. r
No, o, ra .; i
1&a. Lu'Icius m' ,- j
tf~lWtoflb J i k t.,.,r

ull afi r I I ,',.k (,.:fi, d t e eip p-r
p i(,;.i '. Tr. p l 1af t11* I'al'ed
c\ :. The, 'rop : .. command of
1.. 'itivr ar ti a" .! r ', of ith bert
ir. i;;. ,i'fr- I', T C'c r'valrr branch of
'I r;. .r ~ 1;.n of lthe Georgi
ta:, t i -t took place in Smith
art s-a: : a'rt tiven by the
i> I.aA'...* v...,e rovrgias ldustrial
h4m r1,Wr an address suitable to
the '- " VI-* President George
A '. i,,(l(na.', opened the fair.
alit! ifetl r t Ai humimik(roqu way to his
co'<,-etiol A it,. the Macon Fir as ~ci.
atX;. l Hf thnn iutrodduced Captail
1' A ID i'-, L- ,I welcomeIC the po-
pie f ih, -taile tou 31omm. The ad-
dr"-- : .-'i .n,.. to this s A made
by ( lo:'" lI. 2. .31. Huxgrsb. pr->-
del.t of ih Se kgrlcilturaml h rlply.
114, Milot X% h' m.; iaoi of the pr.-
pi't ftor a g. aurnilanuce.


Slayer of Editor Gonzales Applies for
Admission to Conference.
rTi- \ka VA.. t(KI. 21 -Jametn H.
T.:' anti. ... former : utenant trr--
"o1 of S i'lih 'areitna. lio. 't Ie
off.... L.- .ia.:.f .'. G O zatlel
.i iiu ntim:a. ,.has tl dc'4 tyo enter the
M.. -.,..; imin'.tr an,1 hw riltien
2 i1i,', t; l#itnr ,4. re here te',Ing him
th: .- te ai *!' co i. t.,.- for M .f -ri, .
T r it- r :'.A gov rnOr ".

all t' i-itlt.- ri.' ?l trn of ()t' ii l
"r;.;i ;< .: < '.ted (*,rn?;'!tral('t* intir, s,(,
T('l i'! C at o S h I'ar.1.;lna, f lso t
tt i !1 *' *,a- lll*i 6I l
kI,. I t'rr..' a natve ci(f seoth,
r (. -. w A ; -i." .*u of .iisiuri
anll r th s v a<:-:tlng Rev,'
J.r *'. a t r sr. rv it, # ,
. .. ', ,, '',i,-: "Ti' ._ .an fr '.i of
S ."' i ', : **. p. ,' n M r. Cailr
r., r ** if *' T:.2 ran.
Coturnbus Preparing to Enter-tilr Vim,
.'.i- ><- i;i, t ;1. Co'lu lr. us
.' -. -. a'-' *na :. pr* ,laralt~oun for
t1'.- ti ."t. +. .-+.{' '," r 't ( en tttO
r .' -: *, i :t No v. 2. lo

'" ., *".:j;>,. J ;b ii i t; r* lans(' anm1I

We Know..

How to Buy

IA ;( inue at Our Steck W ill Convince You
of Thif Fact.



and Completeness

That's what we consider whe w buy.

OUD & CAQOS ails .

And More Coming!

We Will open Oct 2
Come and me u& Our sktok embodI
evhing known m nthe niT rn

A Free Souvenir
To Thse That Call on the Opein Dy!

GainesviIleFurniture CO'

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n Softi late, al ftwnf O lb h iSk Wtiwf, k,
Wrte. rI" pdien caM .Se et muweM"9. A be"tbe refele.j
..... .... ... .. .. = !

Divorce Qistion is Taken Under Coe
t ton. lC-O .l.-The forces favor t te SearMA
Ilg a rigid i orre canoa in the Ep" s;. KsawtTeW 1.MI. Csatr w ceouaa churchand titlase who oppose 1 -ary rat tasse of the state of vWbi Aso
wre prI.:-ut n f. u ,streatth at .hl4 erenr gr s mouie
for**noAr. i*Son of othe ho""ese of de r I2l lpeci
tie- teday, an aE- haring btnUe G i Elect IC
reached wesfTer ay Ittea zdidn the to I Ut he thIin e AlIOWeaSseMtW tOte ePlaeW-
!ue end settle :, : r- .ble. for th.% n ay *m; nnb Sml
prvr ti. -. I e m ster, A. U PUWt L he IM TVhea1

T4fl c.ntlnt cirr', brf-wg lb idepu-
tio es j on the ring Ith L' ohliu n *aoptied by ii,
house of blihrpe forbiddlag the retmar.
riage of the .nnocnat party" In dl-
orrc from tItldehtty.
The action lie t Ni,hp,4 was met
:.*'.,ayli hy si. nm't.r. ''f rn canons
.(O .iP '( fOr-- .- :.> 1 ,lih Pr .

1cr ..4* j' ;. ,' one 1 :
'*( -,r. :r r" r. .>:* h th.'
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Charnberkra:n' Cough Remendy.

... n' of 1, g:, al;t I r'e n> .i whj .. 'A~i~'* 'vith its
. -. r:' r> .f Co ..- .Jiili*- ct. o .a ri d at lhe
1 Ii. A q ar,. ZI' !- >akTial of trrA-t '.-la.:r i1 qf ot'iamnt rlain'g t
, ..".." on ho p. :a;'.y Tbh .i t .i i. 1 }' 1 rot only cures
S T as a'a>? '..~ y ;u rct' :. .i". ; .r ; -: -.i%.'y aj&d perima,
.t e t v .t rarti '-4 i0: 7. -bo t | e %ra't tVA:*o- dl)Iaf jtc
f,.: t :.,r" lt o' f r ', d a i.':., s fr'". r*''ilt,t. r;; : T.,"irm nlA: It is
'.t) t VvPn .. t a c. r .i1; .ir, r cr'.- -"Wh i".
IW 40," t 1 r *.l:*' h* ." in ..;: i. a ; a .: .p r *a. w !. ': tli.:
. ,1 y Rev Alex \W a r, o r l: Jy i4 f rntai:4 no U ,,
TLo, ; Ga. or t, L t ,iarn::a : ;lt.tta il, noity

Eighth Day of MNember,
at e flit '' Plri. etial flcOsML
on Bwrrrenavuor ehof u I" CgUSre
,tXW to f 1tid It to atlb
(or m oeor the I lt State r o
Forw N t;aWc of the %Wtot oflaf W..
e tetan or .itate of ue Sltae of fl
Fort A ttoIrO4ei.b ral of tbe fitsteof loideA.
Ceu"ruolelr tf tibe b atet o f larta.
r" TTmurr of the Sile of r 'ors.
sw wintendent *,f Piubic lmitrui thmn of
Sthe %tiset" Ftloi
S'or e.; t *tte t*f l4or i-t
F o*eti J.1*gei c **f mlSr it*u.tip li, ct.rra
the *LutSte floratd f or m4 tarr
SFor Tree JtAltic'. tft the Su ie' tCoart tof
the titlr of ri'trial
I'.'r Ine lkai:raadl uI t itm,%4 f lr tort PSilatei
* of 'l bl .
Fur Tpr T NnIM Mir- Af t" l tin se Rejpr-
* nilatvltee lb< Lb %tat* f F rI.r.i
* i' .r.t Jt.l.".
C' rki the ''.. I..t-
i'i, i..r A '.,or It C s *
STa 4 cmlri'Iir
to Tret4eas.:r
n? '. t ,uc r' ri i' .. i n-

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h ,THE GAIN VI Z Sfl: OctOBER S ,1
a I-I .A SM- S j-24

S'aom oaflurdegf' D1tli Sem. Prom ewenas sefr 1MS:
a' -J. It. Faster of odbslt wwas trod Cabbage plais for sate. W. j.
I 5 lwa 14 th oly fstrordeg. Brows. a ldsw
ti I). WW. L, Barton of Rocky Point was J. H. alesrion of O1VIs wea a vi.*
1 I voirading In the city jyeateay. Lwor to this aity yflftard.
Ur Is. M. 8. KHnox if Klrkwood ware (eorn W. Boeaer of ltwpiom owa
th 4 sh Ipplugn the ity yesterday. registered at the Brown Hoem rer -
SI r. and Mrsl n F. Id. Catt of T.aeom day.
S h i dre were visitors o this ityyeterday. F. and P. 0. Rsmel of Wlase
di Justiee J. W, 94mllb tdf Bileopy hootsw*Ors vialtero tohle leitst 10OMP11
e h ild re n^ was among the victor t i l WLis oay fumy
Yesterday. Mr. and MIre. J. JL. Ugdasine l4SUAg
I,+" '^ aJ. It. Krm ron),, .th m n re.hant of. _
Kirkwood.was a businiits vitot to from iage yesterday.
t i u 11 t iJ e thisiy yesterday. J. WPatO hn rqm4 frm
Guldren especially are ond of dainties, Meas l s m. and J. W. Cham. lu where he has btA em p411
aand .the hoL iiper must look carefully ilain., or, Taoma were. mong the "ld'* for Joh" (, Du.
Sn SEW ".r mus l-bD5 awn l rl*Itoue to this oily yesterday. OIsCha..Loeausm of Sig h # u. a
o fo e Mr. ad Mrs. K. C. Chity of ,Iea. *S0 1he em4 f "heA MaO
S"rf nopy mad* a brief visit to their daullh. Cot Lie, was l the sity yuestaq
As good cake can be made only with t.r, M.. Mletber Hi, yesterday. Apr, wife of 8.5 (i.0sfl,,s,
; W. P. shettleworth of Evmton. diS4 at er hom1e PIn itM O(torL.
ood so also a cake th is health- zwho has ... In the city all we t. srvit.. by a hst s
Sl l tend ig court a Juaryman. ruerad obldra.
ful as well as dainty must be raised with oa "i*"ome yeserdy. ih.t.VSWS.wJiW1
IowF, iaeam"'" hamnb.rls MAC,
1A ... lV Mathews anwl wJ Kllnglfl et r 2gThewIdmi
r a pure and perfect baking pow4r. Tio.n er .In the iy yeaterda. Sbg oll.. d gh
..i Bak 1 Powde 1 in en l .The former sailed t The Sun o**lo is I. IOiroma pmS afl l *#"i
Royal Baking Powe r is indispensable and renewedhis ubriptlon. I
andren eeh boutof, of JSaoSeeli, n.4l S 1 l *ps
in the preparation of the highest quality .T ayloro f P.a., ,..ers. pene,4gr..Mt%., Sfh.
of food. It imparts that peculiar light- of the i. ,ln s.Ie Poach Orchard. aMo.. W. Iaoo,1 ,
cffwd. Ito'inityyesterda eth itactso wls i. isiih i.
M ns, sweetness and &vor noticed in the J""""w." *,prominenteltis.
taaI$. of Lhoo, win in the city ywr- gx. .fW
finet cake, biscuit, doughnuts, crusts, etc., ;of",-, ,,w 'a. n ,,t,6"TIre
tIuiday.Ito paid Th.flue an gasrable
and what is more important, renders the ,susriptios nlt, nold
fod wholesome and agreeable to young .,Iaiudetave! or Oan ai ore0 of..lg a
and old. the mit widely known redMepts of tatla &.ggy, u"S"e
that section. was feitegored at bmo ,. .Ia. Tase, 1
S0YAL BAKING Powoan co., Mw voaK. Brown House yesterday. M of m-" j V.
MM- -The law ofles of Car.ter&A. ytos4 Wade S. L. tStb a4i .
fI ACPTV Aall SO C I Aby J. W. McColln A Co. or building, M West Mail strst N.. amo.ngth i,.ei t .I
SaAIIIwU AAn A I .Mr h Eventt oif )onnie, member have been removed to mrel elbore .
.1. ,1t'. h ven t'.f D nni...mbe'01074

O UUUNI T IUNUtN tU i t """, "R"eratl 'Rauti
Ugt. IT w w MCommuitce from his district and one
of the pominuent residents of the West
of Goenm laIterest Oath. End, was in the city yesterday attend.
Sawed by Our Reportrs. ill court.
After a pleasant visit to relates in
rSQiONAL AND 80CIAL ITEMS l'idnont. W,. Va.. and Lynohburg,
I 0 A0 a CIAL EMN M1s ialie t;rahanm has returned
s Happned nd What Is sii to her honne in this eity. lHer nuther-
as Happened and What I0s Go to Happen Told in Short Paragraphs come her again.
4';lb That "He WhpeiRuns May Read" \. A Strlakland and son, Hague. of
1h In1 The Sun. laradiJe were in the city yesterday.
I^P JltediM's Ng Sn. The latter, w vio is a plaVrewelve young
S. J. Collins of Donnie was trading planter, brought sixty bushels of corn,
Stheieelty yesterday. the product tf hilt ownt farm, whieh he
". B in of mlrose was managed to dispose of at a nice price.
ii0 lthe visitors to this city yel er. J. A. Ward of ihel Vest End, who
3 O t ifor the past year has been cundccting
I. i a profitable general mereantile and
SMr, Nellie 31. Jackson is at home 1ljusiness at lorne Shoe.on-the.
S1an, after a pleasant visit to friends Gulf, LaFayette country, was transact-
relatives at her old, .ome in iig business in thin city yesterday. He
.na-ly Hall. Madison county, new alwo has a general merchandise
SW. A. Portet. of Windsor. John I store at Bell.
bI3, 8r., of Hague. A. B. Simmons Cartain J. \lazey ivell is in receipt
"d.W. T. Cannon. Sr., of iell were of three tige pedigreed dog,. whleh
lWMI thbe arrivals in this eity yester" have bep: sent to him by friends. Owne
of the animals. a fiine pointer, was tent
"'Mr. rad dMrs. J. K. Yeaster of Ito-* y Rev Clarence It. Stronse from iSs-
' IWle were in the city yesterday. ki m. Va.. while the other two. a setter
l eame to bring one of their chil-. and pointer, were shipped from Phil.
A14mp, which was 111, for medical alten*, tipsburg., N .1.. by Dr. M IL. Barnard.
.1. Naturally Captain Dell values the ani*
H. Osteen of Willeford, a promi- muals very highly.
it Democrat and member of th. (eo. W. Moyers was in the city from
ty Kxrcutive Commitiee from I)unnellon yesterday. IIe wae en.
j..0 disiries, waq a visitor to the city route to (ireen county, Va where he
PIutHy. twas summoned on aceountrof the sad
na.d Mrs If L. Montgomery of death nof a sister, Miip Jennie MNIyers.
ll tarop' are rjoieing over a fine boy. he Sun, with other frievdoffers .ym-
heme ~to eulghtef their home inthy Mr. Moyern states that him-
Sam to enlighten their hom .elf sud wife th of whom have been
I"tS14sday morning. Friends extend atL lunnellon forseveral weeks, expect
.i S.tulations. to return to their home in this city
J. Williams Ital..t L A' 4 at shortly

SIW ... -_ . v A *
Oeola, B. L. Flowers of WillE+-rd
AmJ. E. Thraiher. Jr.,, of Micanovrf
l among hose who favored thel
..aty capital with a visit yesterday.
b. friends of W. T loeCreary of
tKey, who was injured by fallitig
a dock at that plao, nab mit a
e.o, will regret to learn that hiis
l ittes tla none too favorablp, and
stay IrW. Hodges wants summoned'
Mlegram to his bedside
AIB ionor JudgR WilW yeterdiy hin
eiralt court sengteniepd William
.ebOnvieted of selling llquor ins
eouaty. 7ts) or ten moiiths in
4ftlAy jail, but on the payment of
id costs balance siipoanded on
behatior. Thomas I ainey, c on-
of mutlder and reoummendard to
erwms seenteed for life.

. ackuson, vintn., Jun 4, 101-Thi*

quarters in be Opera House Bol.k.
, Among the viletor to this city yses
terday was E. T. Headesea of Newl*
berry. nominee for Joustle of the paoe
from that distrie. Mr. Hendermon i
quite popular among the people of
that section.
W. M. Adam#. a progressive farmer
and stock raier of Windsor, was sled.
lIg in the oity yesterday. He repose
the arops good In hle e*tieo, ope-i
really orn,. which has yielded very
heavily this season.
3Mr. Snaquiefeld of Mislseippt was In
the city yesterday on business eon.
oneted with the ofle of elerk of the
court. Mr. Sinquefleld.has settled at
Khrkwood. which place he propose to
make his future home.
Mr. and Mrs. J, B. MelPonald are at
houe again. after a pleassat visit to
St. Louis and the.1great World's Fair.
They also spent some time In Tease.e
see, the former home of Mr. MeDoaild,j
where old friends were glad to see
IHarmony'Baptist Association will
convene with Bethel ehureh, six miles
south of Wannee. oa the teaboard Air
Line Railway, November II, 12 sad 13.
1004. All the churches are invited to
send full delegations. .. M1. ,lvanB T,
Monroe Venable and W. J. Jose*s.
comprising the firm of Venable &
Jones. maanufaoturer of naval stores
and lumber. Kanapahq. were in the
ilty for a short ,time yesterday. They
were en route to Ja'kpoinville. where
they had been summoned on Impor-
tanl iplsess.
The Edwards store at the corner of
East Union and East Main streets will
be soon occupied as a grocery and mar.
kot by Mr. Anderon. This is one of
the handsomnt store's In the city.
being equippeI with steel ceiling anud
other modern linishings, aind will make
a most destrable stated.

. i to certify that ont Isotttle of the Aftoeracmupleroday' spent in this
T',-xa Wo ,.I.i cured my wife and myself of kid. I hone in ODals yesterday. Mr Jack.
;o y. bladder and rhumati' troubles, iJ011 said family resided here for se.- we 1ul1st heie'futly, recommend it ratl years, ansd havne mIanytfrends.
I. tthe ptublli. le states that the family are enjoying
K. r.. I0 .xA W' e:. line health, and are very well pleased
'...---- with their present home,
A TEXAS WONDER. rs. J. .N. Strobhar returned yester-
onie small bottle of the Tixas Won. day from st,. louis: where she haps
der. Hall'sO reat I)i.eotvry, cures all wee for I I. past three weeks onl a
kidney a:nd bladlder troutles. removes vi*i to the -World's Fair;--also as a
gravel. cures diabetes. emiiual em i-Idelttlate front Kirby aSmith Chapter.
itms,, weak and lame tbacks. rheuma- i 1). ( to the Natioinl convention.
tism and all irrevularities of the kid- She reports an iece-llent time. Friends
nfeys and blatler in both men and are ,.to see her home again.



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i1. il. W ail oS ^^^! ^H
Mhe nshal is m temw of' .lI

R. wi adet l .b ow,
Ward have et s tase fm M f'
horm, w.b.lMe w am vImb bo em a.
to their oe, K. W. Wg. .
xr. u...'Ds,.fta aesWON
S.6l so capoem thu, heatMIs
to Mter lad Mr S wa h. a
4ts6 g their late f W ers e '.
Th. 11 11t15.4Vls.M I wI m.
Unik Daiunaghters loa On c ~n ,
ihave oWdoi to la Ha I l e,,,, s.,.
pay la pi antd iflnelalr wisWill%
VTh Sea has b iee k to tat
that, bIaIlna sodfay te MsnatiEi I
the OabmvaiUe A1 Gult w ill te.
amp0so City at su' m.w lm atwe d
bnmd t eesetiaglg.
n a erat mw am of "the, Mins
copy aueb-ol dldtois R. N o. W
usittentlosally umllt4l. Tlhatl bIil
Is. entiled to 0141.6, sad te fls.v
credit will beim Uwa he In theu f
mal report..
oClha.. Dell of Hague, W of hM
mose*$t extepre, and eetftul ioe SRi"
faemrs Im the teoaty, wsa beulneM
visitor to this eity ywtelrays Mr. "
Dell states that be has Jt$ e*up" WADO.
a largo number o.t hteoad o fte t
picking, and expense to have the '*I MA*w
malader of he erop satihMWvd l wSiM S
the next fewrday". ,..,,..
Among the visitors to thtle ity fea
terday was Thad 0. BRyaut, a ppt.m *
ineat citizen of Yular usd meslheW of
the Board of County Commatlow Ms,
who earnam to attend the, meetlingofh t
4oard. Mr. Bryant states that evpr,
with the exception of oottoa, i hao
been good In his eoltlon. nd that Use
farmers are happy.
(O'org M. Lynch returned jeeter*
day from Waldo. He attended she
meeting. *nd "blow-ott" of :the r
Kriigj)ts of Pythias at that place Fri.-
day night. at which he delivered an
addreog on lythisanulm. Captain
lynch It a floeot and pleasing speaker,
and btwiNgwell veered 'l Phii ythlianl '*sWs
and its purposes heam1 doubts eater. U
tainted his hearer -tI so ost interest- USfl
ing way. W*P 4*
$heriff. IWV Feniell has uone to
Tallahaqe, where he will take into Peelllvu1


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