Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01852
 Material Information
Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: April 9, 1903
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01852
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
lccn - sn 95026977
lccn - sn 95026977
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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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DAY, APRIt 9, 19034


by shooting herself twice tlotW bl i"
$e wav found lying dea o t r
Io.or, of her room whoUt 5 9'lol 0 ,
..lNI;.lhpr husband, who had c.qu hoba tI

"B W IasI light. Y UUVq U .1' U I v llt get .supper. The doors. were looked
.." i ... ..--* and he was forced to break ooe open,
'ohe s e .. w ^ m s The bady was lying dead dn the. bed
.Jo. -he weahe r es Mat with his fac" terribly 'burned by the
L. vote Will VIM.
0 *: b rhod where-the te" r "to Own.^ nd8. Mrs. McMtllan was badly burned by
T. p Wohicaeu.9 in the liQor fire, which was started by the diag
S01 V atd. Party lines will ACT N INTRE8T PEACE charge of the revolver. No motive
0. entirely in 1 " can be assigned for the deed.
In trLen teedI ont Deolares ihat Law Passedsby the Log- ..
and i 1ala BodkIs W.re .ot PrNc OILER HAD CLOSE CALL.
Their cut Statef A.rs n the Caught In Faet Revolving Wheel, But
carried Toledo.r id h''.I,''''at0 ity ticket was 1 Balkana Hastened Actlfh. Escaped With Little Injury.
Qarried Tc .e g-oby An verge of 400, making I New York, Aptil S.-CaUght in a
SApril *8tle h 't local pol grade, Servia. Apl S.-Kln whoel making 100 eovolutlona a minute
itVluraltie sinOhioOrttw. n e loal po Al' ehA der today exechte, a coup Michael O'Dovannty ,an oiler employed
| h oelu raituesb i 'O"gh gait M.t t thn. Id'eta1t. He itaued -two p -,lainations in a Brooklyn iron works, whirl d'
br ,Jak. almost ... 1A0iT ,?ABSOLVTE DIVORC n lcoh.be decreed a s-i)t'nsihn of ar~ttmd the elivt. for 'prha.pstwo itn.
of local a "mitI.tra1'^io3T-DI. ORC, ^- the constitUiton, adopte April 19. utes yvstorday, but was not seriously
^te oalnges. w 'rat C,,,elowisi~b "J m '1 "it Mri Bige' 1001, repealing objecttioablo, lawsi hurt.
B ,Zangville, I owt* Rmarrt tsdM thereutider Tby. it retii g oe was working on the fly wheel
(a Wert ad SQ1ab"'4Oy w Y~rk, prl-M Edth counLilors -t : ttie dissolving the whdin he was caught in the 4tll0ng. Hen
a ,:carrying She6lbyor the ow 4 obns absolute di kupsahtl.a and reiiaetlun those laws as: yelled owee or twice as ho felt hiielft
aid the other 't 'e otles me Y e i o~ioltney Bigelow on stat' they existed previous to (lu copatit U drawn to what he thought was. hit
by distinct" mtajtfeth., t 'y g ~'""", Vnder the new law 7an tion of -1901. The'second proclama- death and then became unmous1ou9e,
She ties e trom erltt deee habeen entered tion restores this constatutiou to Its Quickly the belting wa-s thrown off
o emora may were ll notbe wholly former validity, the wbhel and Devanny's body fell
itowan Sprlngfield Mrtbn, T.roy r untl tIh months aftr the Iilng the first prclamation the king to the floor limp and apparently life"
)rtbably Findlayi. o. the ap ii t.te outty. clerka'st- say the senate and the skupschtina 'less. lDoctorsw were sumninoned -and
te 71 cities and 61 villages ., created under th4b eonttit 'ion granted the supptkoyd dead man was thoroughly
o. Of~'the. 60 lat~et citiS rd ..1n.~ et wor- I t g of he decree b$y him in 1901, pea ed laws which examined for Injuries. While the doc.
ealy,t otd t t r el en e libry ov mpracticabl. urtherore tors and shop -.ateB were gatltherd
an.a sd t.he .emoni. ,ach 0.b In the cetgtion of Toled dead,"wle h~-4 prhited from r litical pa*ionsa aCd iprejudiltes In- corpse sat bolt upright, iibbed his
te Indepel0dbt fat'or, wll 'aratg atl she fa s.tua ly dead," lured the tuteresta of tb, l'atherland head and looked about in a confused
very little au tthol i the, Re -prov would prevent him from ond htndered its developmen-t as a manner. Devanny recovered suftelent-
.n:. control all the ty govern tavin ae ceremony perfor- tato& ani niatlon. ly In a few moments to become curl-
xep1t the ofle" e of ~~yor, i~i ,t ate, 'but not elsewhere. "Afairs in the tlkallur," the king ous to what hal hapioened, and when
-. ... ;.. r. i elow came here from Eu- adds, "Are very serious and Servia he was Informed he was dead, remark-
ieon ias Caried leveanpd. rope during ~h winter for the avow- needs order, unity and pioae. She ed that it was a closer call than he
asi. pd p oe ~4J. contesting his wife' would offer a brtht ample of a wanted again.
wron yesterday ..iuolipat it. Th.... swa ra.erred to Chas. 'pepe-loving state and a the -ame
Sthis Ly oso, onue, formerly a juge of the t always be ready ) dfad her WRIALTHY STOCKMAN KILLBD.
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tfor mayor, a. plurality of pre coatt. Many itneses were own true interests shou* tifle become .
I p, lDeOcrat, .ipred aied. 1' referee found that nSee .y, fo.r the puu se of retor., Belleved To Have Boeen Shot from Am,
Sh a .plua it :of 10,48 the targesh been subtle anine de.- ing the unity, strengWt and ,rder o(- bush Friday Night.
oleepbl;a: c- t Ms gew avor th* 0owntry. The n king 1i--hen- Aepieas Ak-tro Co&, AblL $,-The bullet.
it'zAc .blcan.s eleted o'. tl:e tersi" of th4e decree oneof the oullt the cotiltuti of ,901 and declares "rddyl bqdy ofoioph 1. Meihat a
e for pole cler ani. tre6 of dr MilId, I-to emal~i I faththe -mandates of the senators to be wealthy stock nan who lived alone in
m'e school eomm Othr er t ith the rov,_lon that- nll d 0vo-, a-ad th .proclamation his ranch northeast of this paco, has
the Democ> a ai ....n her. .othe ay see her andO have Ac. ge -on to- announce that the counceli beme found lyinX on the place within a
-Ii the neW ity bl te p4to ~t y time. The other of state are retired nd the skup l short distaneo -of his honse. It is be
crats will have 7. al te 1) chiren, Wi, -velyn and Dorothy, tih la' d lsolved. liered he was shot front ambush Fri.
a ine mremboi will reml with their mother. Their day night last as hie was roturnIlng
.... father lia s'" t Oemzwhen -h. wishes home from visiting his brother, an.
interest in ChItceo Eql otion. ad each ay decide. whea she come WILL RACE IN MUD. othtr cattleman, asifl that thi, kiliKng
dIago,' April t t der the guardan-- was the result of a foud. For somee
4 clear and cool a thi I hp which eaten she will continue. Rain Seriously Interferes with Tenne.. time trouble hits broken out at inter.
indigestion that a'h4 e ly la decee was signed by- Jdge **s Derby. vals among the range men over the
'will polled. bTe i~^nis t o, ,the t -upreme cou rt Mempki, Tean., April 8.-The Ton. question of the right to tile the range
r W. w co'ncde lo'* adeins nAme was" ilse* derby will be decded over a and in December last Meelan said a
J Demotratleo cadi:d~W ut g a i^e^ waI married on. April cuise deep i" mud thIs afternoon. At rancher named John Irwin engaged In-
he' *primarte n thi 'ly 84,t Mr. ,igelow, "a- 4 on of tldilh4t a steady drownpour of rain a pistol duel,. Irwin being fatally shot.
etw mStewart alw, f er U et and t 10 'clock-tbs morning Meehan was so badly woundedN that
ttbl itA. iatio st a Ghrt of St. James. ther -hilU been no ceHsatlon. The he was toIn the hospital everal months,
al tn est lisi$g~r' ,l. Te Se an ee'otfriendship f. -flFl cudes six thoroughbreds about It Is aUid that following this threats
11 rmult in ab; very a g 4 iowt w wa. w h the public I wted wl q ted were made against Meehban, Meehan
i .wh. : e eceptaon. 'lh single one. was very popular In the neighborhood.
Muc-o I"terest a 8thibtUs.A ACED 4N P.AYS. hat has not already performed In
'ute, Al1 tt public 1isM4.T. H. Stevens' Treacy, a son CHANGED HI MIND.
lS jboicQto -r,4 I ty f ?t Permt Gl orifia.'" of Wadsworst a~wd. FPonse, and a full
interest, is .hown tSn I aln brother to ~-Wadsworth thb American Shot HImself Three Times, Then Want,
Sy for met- U J., A .-roseo. nr f 1902. *d To Liv ..
'n bone of to r orm. Tgb from T y.bis never fnced a starter. Ne W Haven. Con ., April 8,4-Arter
S.,*.e t4 f ioSliy .toir' o 4.ffild today will witness his fr.t debut shootlit himself four times, once OB
;,:A brigt. lear 4 t e's power to stop at- rig the head nd three' tIme in the tibdo-
bng o"t a fuller tot t p tanes tending to glo.1 Of the ~reumaIg caundIdtes for the .mon, Walter .Ifickley sa&t down beside
iea.t at "O e"r fry itst et, sI elssio, each one has fared defeat dur. .the railroad tracks ln Milford to die.
i. Th' t t i difn d I iils hi brhef career a 8-y0r.old, and .egretting. his act, he struigled to
l. has y t elevate ce though Ritful t made a ded fa, his ft, ,and with two lteks l wood
t d..d,,.-- aBnd to furst0ih a etlt ii the beti, the rsce promiseS in his hand. which be had grasped a.
de RatW Jon. Rael ted. theemnt e f poee a eotbae contest he ell, he waved f ranticaly at an x
do O.A April v S al uthAh ta. caer of vic press train apeodlng toward this city.
.. w.. r-..leited *asolora the s av rtive o l f publ MISSi IPPi ALLING. ie tho. fell over a, though d 4d,
term by a pitayrailtt' of. -about* mol an *e as a pbi it The engineer saw the apparently dy-
S~ W.a Do4, -hpbHa, t hock to ublI Holybrok .rek lbeul Situation I g man and stopped the tral~. Th
s sD se of 4 ue ; Lower VatLsx trainmen Mrshed to lile'ick slde.
WaShenhoferi, ...arorat w id-Itt a p ao l 'ew O.Ma Ajril 8.-The, river -lickley was hardly able to speak from
S a it 4 ~ 5- here cont s sttionry 1108. At loss of bl.od, le WO m Pt abod

4,0 0 o..:^i# ..: t*S .se.S t :o of the irolly rook ,, ut mtut i probably rover, .
t-hUe 4hieu's t gr of the wa-tel going thnrsa1u' tr n--ow
Kaneasw Voting T1ody. tt Si5 W5S i^a sups who ivil talt*ia-tly, retur to the Mseitsla- Stew o- A r
a..; ..ITh* exportM is hat thte food j Norweian steship J-ir-lta tr
reeiordso a Nil -Sa bt n I *tet MW hpi wtlI as, recedts cqsmsIdersbiy Port Aatonid far New York, w?Kb
agSero; Ap ageogag )adfor. this 'water' gp-t to N1ew Or went ashore off this cfity E)n te gght
lbt2sat 3,000 dl th las h eaum. ask toohw-s at the bly of $are wee reflkNtel at hit tid
bfa feii4l~ida -: till suaoralg. 'The Brighton w. t ap
P'Ma i.Uia so 4T .p. .* a--" "feelaul'I.. Sullettin.. 5f*me 1 r ItMi p

.2 D,:'.. .* ., ....e* -m w te ; <.trowao o ve rboard. before tb. ve
.2 i *Wh 1 ud tai 54

treettot eat 18* e News 1acoak, s shelt
4vr aer$al4(iaest beat the ro-n oeelrs paa-M te
wa-s a- a. t*t u I Seruar gseatly dftstfer over~ the
go d dva *b out for* W ootlypoth
VWWOert :40n sbsa as aeig4sdre o ~lem dsdl
^afw'1Jita1 ^ee^vod t'ee1Vh~ 1*;t*l >t
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AutomobIle Broke *:fnd :.iia5,
Lives n D#
Msnhuissett,. I.oix I Ila-.4
Dr. Charles M. .tel#y, a
phyIleian of I lh i llae, .w
sonms. Charlfs, qyea1r oi'd, 0 s
years old, nile bad a n;artt
(trom heig, killed its an asu
eldent. Aa It wia, Dr. Netsley hd
right armn fractured and hi two b
worn badly t.
while pro iriag to start down Sp.lt
ney ill tI e lde bar of the WiaptsV4
snapp d 11 tedtt1y the .ttmalb dal.
,l d from tbAe ro54 nd raA full ,pe' d doW
a low lbthtament ted then trotd4
hr. ?'tststoy was rvdered-out.
sclun,. His two -boe"taggred tq
thelp feet,. stwtne, A #d $"g
to arouse their fAltb06 pls d to
drag t sr .."eves t ...l ..
whbre telp woe oa 0t0 no4. -
"Hunlg .FoIr'eWjn ives"
SLondo, AJtfR "AZo.m kWwwti,
a-lia Chaptusas, tb 8tuithwa*r saloon
libeper. who iftBeuve .4 by p$ftos tbee
otr..tn who ifv4 wit him aso his
iveIn a4tleot4ttp:*rt- of L b"aD to. i Wa4lworth JaWil. ie wits

-, *i40i40' wi!!an
Sa-taA A- M OOmpel a co.lltap alv
* protte4f tooapce to the end, 'd*
elating ye asse .ae stdlnl

ash Amarin o.by o irth,

.P. .iti.a. .'Oead. -o
4^ Satiate .^b. lae grsdu
Tale sand wa. one of the

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Pennell's Attorney No90*C.A'
Says t Can't'- Aceotptt ,',
Unless PennIlI .&pint ;Mo
Ing to othrs :'
DBufflo. April'.-W
who was Arthur. PeUn n ~'
legai. adLvi~sr ..In his- Ia.i.Pr
*soeen today relyt:e t a.ob
stattthettquoting himt' Wa* no doubt tl- t the Molry otf
propriations. was trui attt1hPA
uell's brother, J. :Pro 'lok n
had pleaded 'wlth ht|l to 44W
trust PtOerb rpudiask4d much tl$'
attributed to hto 4 .4 ~ae
statement, whi0ch.. l~blo ,; *
al tiat h*le. ered ta talt.t tht
Oat time. Mr." hoi4 qAi4;' .
,J. 1rederipk ite l. 4 ter t~
and told me A10thiai' a.~ ft li'
debts to IrDIn' ltit the east. W", t
debts, he said. w..esl ge nOit t
practihally consWlmeAr (sl it. tt
at hobe advioad thtik Ak ., W il
Should turn over to M 9
auranco which -A.' R, P Iell *ft
trust for me. .'- aiO u ".
"U. n-ale you (l thbi, 't e WitlllH
practically nothing left f(t ~L."
1 Ton Mr. Th yer ma.p "lti
"I drew the turfetene' r
rmust have .mt*e =isa.p
money. Thero is. a Va
debts against the eateo
000, and I can't seo how It
got Into debt to that amn-
spent money bolongilng
ThOmaf Peonney. who
ing as attorney for Pe n
when een today wa uni
close anything rgKardi
money trMiA;sllonsW.
whether the statement r
relations with Bfurdlck, W
Is said to have written.:.:
to hi. death, woulM be .....
the Iqu~st, Mr, Pen t4~eit
nothing of a1y ant. lte I!,.


m4In your bovy

bl.tob I s di .. .....
e ny trouble camsea q ti~k :! t:tU40 $7
aS3 r b-^ sI add :makes co'e f1d .uthou- a
th4' t d ^heart troubi auae the :ert' :
"''A" bloo b a ,!:4.
'b rtll Q it s as: m

b rt nomodersr s-letehc proves tbs* ^e:l4
h e siai all eonstiutional diseases heAt vo-e thoir gise w aily
Wnin7i k^dnpey troublOe -
Syoado~icko an .
byfirskt doitor;ng yoUr kidneys, he
10soq that % d th' extraordinary f0ec6t ofIDr. ,Kter.
tita, th Swnamp-Rootn, thgio alttik.y midy t.
'6ates to soop raltzed. It stand th f htgh't oJr Ita 7:20 p *:
i'i< : ha0 wonderful cures of thqi mpsVislr au __s__Dl_
1r'Iteet po< N fe1 by al druggists in fifty
54 lek1 he cent and one-doplar aez-
lovekbt att. ou 1 bottle kiby a orblader .trPbu vnswts t

, aletimablel -Meutllio thispaper hetEwritlnt Dr. Kimr 1er.ompletn
peop fif .f'the Cos Binghamtox, N. Y.

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: Porhr Pubitah. ,, hicigo Journa
"but,' D'' tqs tilll .c.! Io*n i
OtitoagoA1 ,v Ya fe ni' Wtlson:
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r 1: :tw e. ,h employ of The ToUT,:
,U 4. i0n uted by hise tncle.eah
0 i0th e4djic i thof Charles Jo. W -
ft1 ner 1 X i educated continued
l^ ti thPA~AU1fi e yars a-go
4I .T)Wr to act vey l. ilfe.
Wt ewas as ."a ber of the
a k- Sok exthloge, the Ulon-
L .A tio.oe wbtiS nde o Charles L. Wt.it

( a| 06 Iin 1878 i. r lt"* n beome Nubot
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but ChGiiag S ;*k exchiWge, the boson

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iAstraft& Relty opany;
B. D anVO)LIE, Manager..,te

Qet in abstract or title to land before
ber paying the urosse,
i1noey there. Is ofteu no rreress ',or. tX
slOes tad uneacnoeled mortgages. .

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Guaranteed for one year. Sold on
monthly payments at a slliht ad-
vane to resontslble parties.
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lardings on t Jolhns lvtl r

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13. Mr ooMotfl4tnel
om the 4Ita M
Surgeons and thsg
Ie will eVktelote ** a
( his profe io withki fas
agaggar eLy-' d ,, : '. ''.#4 : ;. a'>i'f
a tu, soren
ng a very suoesgh~l ecoljol
ib county. 1
ood ..ao. . 0atness'. eA

hiion h last ittday: A
)ht went to G~Iai* tille 'to.

w either a p' vf .io !'Of,
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it l nstd w bee', l 'e .
imoe oato s. let .y O na r ;

9fi n'ir ano his, aore hin re-
I i o gra teo thiolane, atd

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emes treatnd by phos s wioth
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lAlrlt fWt Cambez

1ai'sb : olic .ool 0ais O-u
kipsotemedy a' PR or tDoim
$itldon of thispltac, had been

j it fritea iwr.sid t.'MMarn.In,
i, of otnterprie, 'Ala. *e

rieous patent preparation

It. lpem en Wtbef i t. A feWO
. April comrmenared h taking

y',s w 61herl, Oholwran t n
htt'meof aus in a gsort time

1 Inuddio. Miyro.. watis eoa

hodne ohpnidae. ; .g
teseston italkodoWur Pritty

aApril 1a.-W aeshaviWng' wm.
ty weather ow and the trop.
Ig nicely, except there is some

mleano Oamnitly were vin-
outnmidat -ndAy.--
'rin ot h elrose was thoe
s3. W S eirehousev Baturd 's
*hool lart Sunday. He gave
AAesting tak jo1 litur wisuse
the young folkh of thS s plase

man of Campdrelte wa- in

rbyt f JL. V ,Z Newasiie
We: "T believe Ballard5s
tyheii Op e iftoto Mar
fed for it, and it s &o
take. Msy Iosle girl want

HivWe hope beo have Ms,

In P StW Yiw;as
Sreent, show
,#4*e1h, 14the present
4j :::l : what a u
Se itd, e ad the od and
ear d gea ;from% fu
enftr ftitther oin the
-..4 al .part es. w..
ea4 .. with railroad
Ihas $ous question of the
18 6 at. a lut ture theet."

~ for the month of March
oi wl5.79 ieho,s
S, ilv and Mrs. Boyur
h ofg ~ew York City are
l.8. Wood: .'
~ lon will hold services at
hlyZpiopalhurh on Saturday
e^ i !Apil lUth, at 7 o'clock. Also
iar SAuidjy at 11 a. m. and 7 p. inm.
'4fitt~ ontingeut of the Melrose
$stwolet Von Monday's steamor, but
qdiai n ber will re main until the"
44:f4 0 1hand"latexr.
*h "Lt6sl4 tea of the Ladies' So-.
foety oinFr|iay, eveoinh was a great
g A.10,6`Iot t enjoyable time being
lbt Is~t I ct electionn for Meol-
*,sc will b*61ld on April 14th. It *l
*o l hoped AJSat a'full vote. in favor of
t i bepolled. ""
We'people of Merose are very much
pleased 'to ar that the 8. -A. L. will
rair its depot here' and also make
t0bi mu`ohneedod repairs.
\e*i.ay 'and Strength
Are 4eatirabi. 10You are strong and
op whe your blood is pure.
ansy ni9s women fail to prop.-
ea tigestittr food, and o become
Ai sao, .thin and weaki while the
t ites freshness and beauty of the
skin and complexion depart. Remedy
.thIa leasanl evil by eating nourish-
i tf taki nga .small doge, of
I'lbI a tter each meal to digest.
&V^o lv eaten... ac at Johnsoai
tire. of Mirs. SBaliey
A large audience greeted Mrs. L E,.
Batley |t k vanaugli Methodist church
at night, the occasion being a tern-
peranpcqleptur, the title of which was
"Sao h meWhot. '-:. r ich
I. r. aiy 4 pp1eard wudel the ausl
pl.1s of the W. '. T. U.,, and It leeal-

Agi'rt!dfe,*,lo..loturr 1 will .deliver
aliot .I.'r l*otuire.,:.' The public Is cor,.
dcally' invited No admieliori willY be
charged, i"4ad it is hoped that the
speaker will be greeted with a. "la/rg
N*erbine, Curea
?ever n agn4 C opm wi usul-
ly^ stop ohBi% a conthinnce always
cures. Arel Wm. M. Stroud, MW
lothien Teaat, < He 81, 1*),. writes
"We harve uitd abinsie it our family
10 e4jitht __ the.. best
SusttOle id for dla
r t eand malaria."

.. er#QtDI b as lteaesng meeting
of Apthe f ib fited Men
held j# the Marm l.e :over Dt-
ton*s Bank, tonIght at T 0 o'look, +at
iWihff.dll siiano4 ifsiesiir.e
Visii.ng bras. wil 'ec.ive a cordlill
welcome A
A Phy i c; : ian Writes . *
":I a. desto -t know,' it the
ptwofei;n .an i btain lrbi., '.i'AbitllK

dyspeptfia beafeht on" by xzeessed or
i In qt*rig the organs a i. to
their health SbtJv 6." 0e t0 tlo
*t<.;3?< l lv..
f^^.'v~Erw^ Qve- Shity Ya"mr

ICr,, W$iw~ow~ ~istial*ag Uyiwsp ls~a
been tinsel by 4~I14*.~ #hile 'Isebbag.



A L~v I

41- rb d sit.s.

1 A5
.w DpWsin s )t Altl Sizti.

vIs Latest Patte'rn..

F4I7EERS, and All
-. Spring and Summer
.- .:. ., iS pecialti e8.

n n Unabw l"oA vo
illil l i i i i Il I I . .. .

Jo'': JO Pr;lr J- JF. W wn'imrws, Mai.

ManuftotTtWl or
es M at opro t 4eUvery tal parll pr oloty.
DeUlveory-Wom Are Ou dallt Oraolt by tp Or 'Otlierwe3 wIll roctev poUmpt attentIloi.
le O0oupo U oola at' reduceI. pilOe. Corre-

S d ectri Io" .lls . "rg ..i Al .i

EleotrIl Light WIrlig a specialty.
All wo, rk giaranteed i n, ooordaneo
with th S0outabetera TitEl Agsn.
Lvrts 'beW.aits' BIo1SitUStore,
Or Thoni -iardware aid .le4d tore,
lollim oi. Isv i store:

wooelds 1r00n io diaS
-Me'rhpnM Lunch from 12 to p. in.
BawtboIaaay R4ehsarr also Ir.

pt 4W1 horWb Org lite W rttgbt
: t60 ks 3rd l oiveIn gaitoi
-. r Pot., .Bilia rt; Bowline


7=iI# N *& s
^^--^^--^---Ai~ ~i- K< < *
a w *a. e uup:":ae:mr uhu.rpia
."' ~ ~ A p) ^^^ ^'i^^ T o^^'/"^.,.1 .'^''r"w

SEE! .

It costs nIothWing 'to.
SEE our' Mens Smmpaor.
CIothirtg-and totverly
much to own a suit. 7:.
Wool Crash, $7 to $1.500
for coat and trousers.
So lo(OOely wovOn that
-you can see through it,
yet as strong as Che.
Flannels, $5 to $12
for coat and pant,. New
patterns, light and dark
Serges, $7 to $12
two piece suits. All
kinds of summer gar-

U. M. HITTY co
The Outflittnrs.

And all matters eonc8rn.-*
ing #he redoemptlon of uno
S eanceled tax erttlfcatew
attended to promptly. ,


HayvtA? fab and
oy str hoIuse oniIEisat Main "treet, throe
doors so4th of spo0of1i0, 1 solit" a.
share of the public patro4iage.
All kinds of salt watr Fish and se-
lect Oyteris, direct from Cedar Key
PFre and prompt delivery to all parts
of the city.,
JO- O. GOO8,,
Phone $6 Oainelvil-le Fla.

Atlantle Coast Line
Milee Tickets
(".C" Per l,<0011 Mle),
Are good our -the fiowlng line I'


5S.NoI lA1opeaA si AoUp A
* n ea .1eA0 .. OXO4, AJo

SSouth Ste Equarq.

Banes 13ook,. 5 e the hR \I

o PAT.om

.%, U. *
Withud o. at' A ,i A ;

'with g ob-ath o o &u de :-i 60'"

4-8-02 'o ____*"

W't SyodUpQlti Pgotetor 4

Wines, iq uors al,d Olps,

luo. Voa. w Tra whoI"k-4*, c


8.taIn ut vory nigh t at Root.

$At di1AUT 00 01,U1
*'^ JOH NU^ -, .MIN... 1

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c.EN U00,w0, MIa
O.' N 12 ASTro .I;::


*554rv Ibjizers
waeefleso. 'ph
aev phsM.iv.
- Osbs.arWo
i.s~ iti:ue'r. -


Theo qetilon or.. Title a
first coshiletation for the
Inlester. "

Abstract of Title
To any plece of lund4 l1
Alachlua county furaldnod
on appllcattown.


Wh:at i mit' ot 6u4o1M .

sents a will



ha$ess n

lOate t*.


'reau the utrIt
A s on :; p' in
o tb, t' Stat e
14olngs of so.o.. "
*Itb the Stetton
he Ttineau-Udtll B
Orreso*Doezsd aftA.it-
400sion of the Lesatti *'
1i.Hll make it -htsrestin t
men iand chil,.' i" .n

It -KIt iaesaid ta pe

There Is a query 'iw
*t4.ou'r lumbermin to wh
S-Ihasito 0gpothough to0pr,
imetaorphoasi. /

,Whle the Audubo'n Soiet,
,tUg0to protect the.bI and
ait oe Soioety is doing all it c
fr-tooted animals, will no'
for the unhappyilobsie
roiled alive for the beno
| armand ?
DuriHng his -trip President
speots to accumulate aL t
av 0Iepublican plat form,
>i4) the material he has gati
o."quailty" 1.e gave
qi' an' u uderhaind blow i
Iopeeh, belched forth
n d.oetrinote,*but his att
Ifs of no .account, a
ba dtlappointed his

of the First

toh oa

dae enabled thlu to

~ I4ng

e o elig'htese ut at theeandl
m rob made bn.: ,ame e. e,
iylt(e:"r table bad than whass Hk. ly to b0
at:i$en to^ro. The itierchant Will 'aik for all
p e to a" he tohin htbe s poaIbe haance.d
enta.toro :receivi n(, bu: the people'WlI1 ~insist

I St r 6I4 las.
usrnt 9 ant ha a ciOhtecbopifin tthe lay
(n- ity of t'oe dItand odeliac laws of thisd
400' waState. 'Thy are tdicsy liro
little' otty' eed ,menmwent._ there dan be ino
Spalter. th:bqBoth 1t. ath same time .
.e pa.. x ul there are quqhieons to ehosidar in h on-
^ e doniopn w"ith What the 'mwit hants are
o ." g -stfaOnr sg& bitr etn deration will

'o44, 'nadld tmhate there are wo rside-to
riThe Sina.dm a tha X the laws are
l *! ta ntien t ue. f .iattresulk of mis--
t0~den, co .tftene ien thioseh6 dodfage
4h' bpineht debte. $'hf condition has
~te W tig~atte4ved r on uth 'against theme & ge i-
i bttustiet conditehonsb a the .sate.
f0i-s t ro ( he wems of the eRad t
Soh namJoritiy ththerite'o ia to beon
4oi ah te.ti ,ot tb'eflted at jhane
a twin thomu th;e 0r morel lssitiegdh
:rlg torefueredit'fatvy -.o d all
l*uet;it a wold nbe a' blession if. the
-' engre- credit 'systemn iN smaall trazsac-.
l tlohs was done away with iIn this atwell
SW i oin other i$ates, but the oerohant is
^S^ : be heever temptet fo? thee sake of trade to
nf rn risls, ,and at timehe,plaee 'h. Wi
self in the attitude <.fa atock plunger.,

te 1 \ idpeuent up'nu the head of the family
are powerless to protect themselves in
toq rfent that the husbed and father.
tlte by|. the credit systemtu, goes

th attr nus t^akt everything into con-
(lslgara^t i in afraiung the new bill.,
lew the merc^haAt as bnefl.ted at t.he
eit A tpas of the fa.ilies. But The 'ui
a IHtt- sees tnhe osslty for more stringent
- tal .laws to force, the collection of so-
ll Oilt h cuia and will 'vocate any measure
p4weatedt w'hloho oesot gr to, far in either di-
e reipr e.,__ ,____ ___..

al Deat er Os atnot But 0ured

n. e.Io'sly1 ~' ne way t ure deaf-
h M ',t.L and that h es by oon-sttutionaal
p areaIlso. Desitnes' is caused by an

t aitot lt samil unlese. a 'te bnfeams a-
on' taken 9tlu11 and thistur rt-
atored 1 o its normal condition, hearing
ybot wih beS destroyed forever. Nine eases
h V ^t ent tre caused by cathrri
>an "or e "th a ethO~y but a Inflaed co
re alo diton of he meous vioe.,
rs who 4te We fil 0 give ,On S f undred Dollars
t4 of th fo Oa el of teaftneq (odatt bye
tC.th) that cannot be outred 'by
1ooaevelt *If s taarrh Cure, SBoard t6r eWe
aw-;tank$. blli e N Y O.,ITole ge
0 upd to IS$ by drggist il 7* I
hIre(d is of I s t hily Pl are fthe best .
N at 1 *'- ^ f row. i :,..W.
l)Riaos C" :urch .yamit.
shout the bombsa wwee pilodea yesterday even
aurk on the lug it je 11I)abtir church. Conalder.
nd raU ably e dama e waa'done, but tIo one was
frieada inrirea. SXght atrdent disturbance.
6tirst atga a u where lethe 9r d
Natitai lecture oad J gogg w toned.
Mee ao utde red.

have patd abe a tpe," wite Mr
a the case, iiotManoronei Ind.
Eons gh ge, ti *iS a lb, bb
the direot- )th :i r, ts.l M EI *-
Anulble in Ie Jat l ta Po

i'The aepo:si-
what theyIe
4^df~ wt4en,. 5

imeiie ga -bler t-th
sM aFlh Orpea4 i l ineau bi 1 4

_______n___t a _na he_ e above a. ed i ea1 4 -10...;,,4 ..I
Prepared tt l by 4Xole a 0s
t, rada9i6i rge of *th' 6ba-
ora n connect
wthe th.o nsate Boam ho ieals n t
i"y it,e, h' i ust- 1m plated an ,t
hon1 ien o the wratiper ato I pae i b or t n raa n ot
athd hat ronounced wit at p re as adesenU -al e 41,tole l h
w.o"le. t Stats. S e aha etd aWestt hEnd, f-n g t o ne;..

N-ow p hat Frank Harris has deter. d 25 cents at druggits. Prepare4 oy by Tf. M*Sy, Atlat ,a.
mnedltbh sy at fbone and e~it the ... .. "I
Bannerwe mays oon ee.an.ant ounce '
menut p the effect thiat work has, coto-) ^Tv rarli
m.enc-d on that railroad from Ocals.tw-- to ak o fI' ttof
"the. Johns, dr that v he ias' oon to. g th
conmenee 'his trip to T inpa on boweesl but regtar action cannot be lswr us'mntitcur e:..t .
that rock road with the latdat Olde- secretes enough bile to *iake the ltnteistinesa
mobile. If this State hadM accepted execute .their natural .functions. Unnat ."' ,i"
and acted upon just oe-tenth the oad- a ural.. gtao ca sed g i..rtic, o I
vice that Mr. Harin .has given asking, atta. the results.
thi past ten years it, would be the
wealthiest State in the South. today. '
This je not flattery; it's the gospel .. oon the
truth. roiadiyth Ge.era .l 0e!ughbl toper.aent'cure
wbimpotnt Tcisptone Deal'. *red Pevxt nga4 ura l lormi ofn1
'Dallas. Tx., April 8.-H. J. Petting .* Mpl;arlal, Bilious, Iemtth* aId Inter,
gill, of nostqon, vcls presaldnt of the. -l ttin evers, and, by going tt et of the
theeter Telegraph ad eletrobl worksperannt cure.
phone coMrpa.y an Geteral Managex w i- -the P'FTY CTLE
harns worth, who are here on and eth
p~eetion trip, announce Othe acqurai- 0 *
company, an indenden at organization
operating Ot mtei If wIres alogt '
is eonsi' tred one of, the most..gnipor. OF
tntI teepone dels maiT e p w Texl ;f "ISK IE
. PA. )a s , e ... .p .H J ,, t. .. l.l s .


.. Because purely-v gatbl^ e -t-.. .......... ..- ....
ough, prompt, heaithoarSatsfactory-
S.o .. P..i l

.j !6. L he. rortjwester t T l. -'i.- :*'l 11 ^h*01 ,, .

Is offered for the return of an hour ldst,
!set with 60 pearls, each pearl seot with
60 diamonds. Young main, have you -
ever calculated howwany of these val-
uable gems you have lost in the last D-.Sf L LERS
mnonth--the last year? Don't while .

and take muiAor f --you will have PLANTER RYE SOLE Im8 BIUTOB
no regret coming to you.. Day and R
night. lasses. Oome and let's talk the
matter over. TACKT POT RYE I
R6oms 2-11 Miler-Law Exchange, AE A.
"-A1NESVILLE, FLA. .......G


Just received an assortment East-
man Kodaks, Films and other supplies.
Developing firni at reasonable prices.


1 1 W.1Main at. N.


Will stop your rent and buy
you a home. For information
call on


M akaspectsg as


Compounding Prescdptionas


GaiIesvlle& ailwayO 'pany


Time Table in effect January 4, 1902.

No. 6.
Daily No. 4.
SExet Daily



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Ofipti for Mash ^ t
Nceedde ,4
Period La Ye .(f
rity. ,
past mrnoth; .tii^ aB ea
re, concerned, d j ietle ti .
er had in my T.i years"' epi
tax colleeoto, o' 'e ot r
ille," re lkr i Co'l^^:,
besday,' as-,efbl0, ov r 'a l
handle of bell representing zi z
oons qorthe ay.
ollecti+op for (.,, 84'; 'W
rotn teport.. gra
against *4,^.N4; 'le iatiii
sat ^yar. :e Ithit beat, evi.
3f;, prosperous' ti'enea l t+he
or it does )bok to ne that .peq'
s 'put off paying hrtr taxZa
IAst th-ing nd :I'they have
'e left, the wom.i.o see iie.i'
'staor Ellts is treOil, his ftate -'
it observanoes coup: fob hy'-
"The public te t i totQk u0pon,
ymenit tof taxet Wlih isame
of 'the paymietrib '^r spaper
riptibns-they s.ttle all others
irsp, anid if :thereis anything left
is to the tax colletor or the pptb-
c council, at its ,eting Monday
ag, took occasip to o pplimevt.
ktor Ellis upon his excellent suo-.
|in2 the matter of col lecftons,
Li. naturally had, a tendency to
'the' collector. feel good. With
luocess back of ,m; it is no won-
iat bhe is elected from one year o0
er without opposition.
imlssioners arid Members Council
ill Inspect Road Machinery.
vimittee comprising Chairman
itv ind Commissioner Ramsey of
dad Ofs County Commissioners,
1I60ioten MoArthur and Pedrick,
ldt.ng the Oity Counoil, depart-
af erday for OcaIf, weree they
Is1.ehaif of Alachlua county and
ginsilorth purpose
pte ... '..i o.ad 'm winery .re-
ly purchased by .Maion county,
slch, ti l said, is 4oing very ef-
w~.ork oni the roadsa t'Y the. vl<5it
,ese g fntlemen, like all other ener-
s'ltizens of the county, ,aro very
tUaialtic overthe matter of good
and are exercising every 'en-
In their power to interest the
'a at large. They will make an.
|.report upon returning to this
ahioh .Will bo presented' before
'*4 6t County, (onirtnlgaioners
i Couiity siounoil. ers

hyEhteirtiiMWeBnt WItI be Ft-
td Next MndAy. Night.
ave been requested to announce
| funny entertainment, "The
ilwe,' whiehOre atedso
!eotd in thia city ,a few
twll ie repeated at the sau-
01' threi- t ondIyl Geed ed
paeflit ofhe the hool. '
r hitertaltnment prowises to be
H this performance than ever,
ibehoped that ft good erowd ,.will
it and render the school as-
joparticipated at the last A.n
ont are requested to report al
toqriuam Friday evening 'for
;a. thlis.wlll be the only ra'-
before the entertainment :1

Ofler La Grippe--What? |
r a haeklng cogh aMd a' geon,-!
tg of weakneu, often lead-
i results after the patient i'

to have passed the dangerI
le a Honey and Tar tI-,

[*toapi though taken in
i o sabsitutes. W.' C.

agk wno tf be streted or.
I ilg a will pw
. T Iwal wiall II pndocl.
ab. hautes of i* Insaio

I^ i lrl +maiany varitteAd
3Of .ih tat to'
he ^tunple and. brek_
iholhead, feet an4 ha"iAs
st often attached, though
iamra on other s of e
hardens, crac opn
t4 e itching and burning is
imosat ,unbearable. Scratchg
ILOe it worse,. sores and scabs
,.fl4 t he asl6 inis broeien '
,on of Eczems brownish white
Od. AIt .1.... ..
epqif painful and severe when coni.
' tilands, which often become s
ad ited that the sufferer is unable
to efori the lightest work. This, like
all tithe types of Eczema, is due to. adi
poilo40a i4n the blood and not to local.
^es^ Theb trouble is more than skin
e ,f antd washes, soaps, powders and
!alve 'nor anything else applied to the
$at aei the burning and itching or relieve tempo-,
rap1. t!he .ftanmmation and pain.
7t ." e &.ids thrown off by tihe blood
and which are forcing their way through
th. poresi that cause the skin to harden,
crae in4t bleed, and produce the irrtta-
tion* and soreness.
S. $. neutralizes
These acid p o.i sons
and cleauses the blopd
of all irritating sub-
stances and hiuttour.
n4 do it promptly and effectually,
S.i'S. puifal and in vigorates-thethtn
d oo ad L ac h ilds up the ertiredieFa-
; thenthe unsightlyeruption andbout twoes
heal, the kin becomtts smooth and forft
Otraspecial d ook onSkin dise.es .fre.
Thicle wift Spelflo Co, Atlanta, "Murder

NottMurd Aarhicht Publwaisher Bids Fthe
urtels l to plackwel' the land, peace
Niw York, April 8.-After serving
Ia rear' imprisonment less about two
mnthe commutation ort sentence for
good 'behaviqr i- Blackwell's Isloafi
whJohn Most, the anarchsrat, has been reA

an article with the caption, "Murder
anird Murder, which was held by the
courts to endaasger the public peace
in that it was an Incitement t murder
of rulers. This was the declsion""o
the court d'f special aoaslons fiefor<
filmed by the higher curtit,, ....
i Titoon $1s "reless MRoit wne'et' Wbnc
to union ilt'i4 .

A, heated ateamer. Arrlves..
New York,, April. .-t'he i.ef.d ,tti
line teainer Sout wkard,? eAptain Dan.
arrlc'4 a t he. ddick today tf6Wn Art.
werp after a' prolonged pamtage of .1B
days In which she encountered terrif-
ic weathier. Gale after gale came tP
constant suceessiqn. The steamer waa
able to make very little headway. Rier
best day.'s ran was 284 knots, while It
w&as. t the lowest, limit of speed on
March 28. Severe gales, with high
smea prevailed throughout the passage,
Captain :Daut ays the Southward hki
*tustaH'ed no damages, sln.t the only
casualty wta the' death of a child in
she utteerage oft a ute 1pBurmonla.
Will Birain in Amerlca.
NHw York, April 8.-J- Pierpont Mlor
stl wil not sail for .urope today, as
he expeted, althopugb 'IsB,,pBOseg was
boohIe, tb. date of hia dpiartelre

he d4d not know shen he eould .

7iher. member of parliament, finan-
cial secretary, announced hi reidjaa
lion In the house of commons t.y,
s a., result of his conteetion withl the
fInancial syndicate. and f his lecmp

Ita f a. of shares In the c

+"FL -hM-Ra.... .Ra.

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' al1XT.u EFitaCTIcY JANUARY lI. 100 O

__________F___ souTrfiUKN 8mtog _LX..s ."__
o p L ................. .. vin e.......... .. ... 1 0 a p
10 44 P........... ...... W w ................... st a ilt
U 40 10op I p ..... .... .. ........ ...3.., r 3 5 41 0 o
.i.:. 4'o .. ... G OAINI VIIt,EtI........... ... Lv 7 6 7 1 l t1 p
... ........ . ... ...... .. ..
....... p A .................Ced ................. Lv ..... .. ...
.p ..... .. ....... ........ iler pr to ............... ... 1 8 p
S...... .. .. .... ... ......... .... . ll
p 4 .O.... ............. o .. tt y46, ) A
14P 41 ........ ..... tde ityt .. ................. ....10 84 u 10 t
1 p 2a .... ......... .lit City .................. ..... p 0 6 0
S ...... .....Palmetto .. ............ ... 4 p 7I
a" :::...........a.MeitU .. .. .. '...-., ... ... ......... A O n
44. .... I... .. ,.., I A -' V

r. I AxN. As . :- .

AV Bnab .........
Ar atnnrma h.............
Ar tfax.. ...........
Ar .te nilrlt ...... ......
Ar Ctolumbta..........
Ar Cttlitdoti........ .......
AVr H4ftlOt............ .
Arc Witmluiton...........
A r Southern Pine......
A r italvni ...........
Ar Rtehmond.V..........
Ar itlmor ..............
Ar Phlldeliphtis...........
Ar New Vork ..........

LX) k 7 560 t)
It' 2 i $ ....

1 44
4 2t' r 2 02 t %.....
64 3' so, a tl )
4o5' A541 () 1
.. ki p i .......
II's; oi s fl ai% a
I Ia 5 6 p .'..
7 Inn :1 12 p 640
I 4h: A 11 24 i II.
It l I S a 4 iM

Lv ,1.ckwnvUie........ ..... 156 1p 4'I
Ar l.ako CVt,...................... iM p t 211
A r 1.v l)Ok........a...............
Ir NadlSol n....................... I~ 5r 12 p,
\I lItnt cello....... ...... ..." H 8 1 p
AT Talitahiilnee .................9 O3. tto 8 p
At, tI cru ... i..... ...... ..".... .... .j 1
Ar I t1u.ntsC ,....... .. ....... ... ..... 1
SAr Obilvil ......................... p
A r Nh ,c Orln... ................... ...... I t
Ar tiont......... ................ 7-26i'
h'battauootIim... ........ ... ....... ., 1 00if
SN tvllot ............ ........ . 11
uI eg ,....... ...... .......... .. . I IA

Connections for Palnwmtto, hnmnatee and Oneco on 567, except Saturdayms
from Oainesvilh.
Train 94, Seaboard New York Limited, daily; solid vestibuled train St.
Augustine and Sacksonvillo to New York, compooStd entirely of now and up-to.
date Pullman equipment :ts follows: Pullman dining aor, double drawing rtin,
sleep.ing car, oompartineit ear and observitiion car.
Train o. 50, Seaboard lExprpss, drawing room Patallmin sloepers betw1,tmi
Jacksonville and. Washingloio. Vestibuled da y coaches between Jacksonville
and Washington, via Richniond. Vestibuled day eo1chest between Jancksonvillo
and Washington. Cafe din ig ear service from Jacksonville. Train No .57
cavril-Pullnian buiffet i sleeping ears between Jacksonville and Tampa.
4o. 60, Seaboard Mail, day coaches, mail,. baggage and express earn be-
tween Jakesonvi1le arqd Washington, and drawing rcomn Pullman sleepers be-.
tween Jacksonville andWasihington, and drawing room Pulluiuin leeper bee-
tween Jacksonville and New York. -
No. 27s Pullman parlor ears, between Jacksonvillo and Tam pa,
No. 88 connects at Starke for .laCrosae, AlInchua, Willelord, Wannoe and
intermediate points, and :it t _\:er with Early Bird branch.
oa. 2and 1, Pul)Man sl lpevibetweoon New Orleans and Jaeksonville.
Steamiers for Key West aild l lavana'-Leavo Port Tampa Sundays, Tuesdays
and Thursdays, 11 p.m. "
A. 0. MAc)DONELL, Ass't Gen. Pass. Agent, Jaeksonville, Fla,
E. C0OBB, Ticket Agoei Gainesille.
-- t . . .... .- ..... ,.+ =. '-- - ..

Retailers and Jobbers in

Staple mnd Fancy Groceries,

Grain, Garden Seed ad Firtilizers



ligh'est market price paid for Chickens. Eggs and other PrtAuon

A.Complete stock of lay, Corn, Oats, Flour, Bran, Meal, Cotton F4
nand Rye, We handle only thie VERY BiSBT goods at the
IEST PRIOUES, iad guaratitee satisfaotion islay

S." " t. _r. j e..1

Wholesale Liquor Dealers.

Bottlers of Wm. J. Lemp Brewing Company's StC Louis

Beer. Key Trade Our Specialty.
on Application.


I II l ll I I

1246 to 1258 W. Adams st..

Jacksonville, Fla.


Pabst Brewing 0o.'s


.. T* J 0 li .. "A r Bor tt ll Clog*
Wia die to it Bottle and i raught,
duels?" 1i a stardlingainqur Io Notes .-
oe I *01 be 3e2 0 Bay B -. B t.. Jak ..anvlleO. Ma
of of that tby were ever Io. d tatt
ebiarstlue rItiztnle. 'Itt. a a n.at-*
.a dAeot wt* loyd De.n y, sBaq.,, P1l ters and .rowers of1 Lon4Vg hrc 1 KrK tO 4t4
,killeda him it.n a.y Mkln tA i A l W1 i ql tta( will th i.s Mo l
was convicted of M l taliitr and : 'Mtindi.at ri 't A l,, i r
QzfJ 1ldnt l itet lo pla> tx rite lo oi tk^ ,Irdo Wi.tliid| w (^t < i lttSn
@re. J I il :l,.t'*o 1 s.bW. m. ... .. ... * **\ i ti4 e* t t .. ill. Qrw < si.4 .t'NII. '553
"^ .. ., ... + "t i g~j s'g t* tt tin.' t wr sl il v e ti," illt

a a , I I I tIO i AtIA,:' 4l iS ,
Bmlab. arrtr ra st se or a S S E O AN MS* !ftfo t .PU 444t.t
.nid' op L .at i ar r l.lM- : I easll ll Mieea "t+ a, I* t 4%lr t P5 5' 94Il1A*
Wntt t, aiyr." Aittoe V 1 W1 "M A& .i'l' 1

,I t1ibusei@* It W'.*h '' l i k,
11 6 0 bu" :+:!ig :? ;' ,,' : + +' x
i : c:::;i .'; : -- ,a '''' 31.

Oeir ,ame,

I' 'ou ,wta
.., nnamii.i nlse q

i..n a I

4 01


hlost plano for th(i thing ol e ls.and1 C i ~
tune Io.er athei w I co 9n*'
beNt uiatitltSl. :ntt ih4tu i kiitW1S
workiiens*hi ottiabflehl,"
Uipto die in e'veryi'i ,; ]
Detail ttsa-

Sold by ua conti;niusly: f.o
without a Aingle 'ihltr youii
want a piano or ar,liftlel'
service buy tl .
iew a4 tow 'i co1i at91 n ist1I
Cuh or oui ensy, ts'i,:i ,l Qt t 4 trial. yr ar I rol., ia rt. W
Siodorleos tODAyY,..,

Ludden li& BAt,

EFTAltingIIElpi ,

Fanning liple

Halls, Iron, Wire, P
ngs, BeltI, Packil

liouight itn ar LotS. L i 4 I.
*quan ti: .

(Jet One of Or catalogue t

Baird Hard ware'|j
0 IKNW I!LL 1%


A LY+AXT .'' +

Sto .ttS. .,
AVANNA^ : :," ....O A
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A .m .... A.....

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I s

of tfoleo

0o4i po1'4,
aetd anil nlai

a hat ould h
the eas., e b ad
asii "aso d aiktor a
Lt .Adams.' t whi
wer liteai .i O by all tW
and by the vr (, me ams
poake slowly seoly ad5 4ud
Qrmt then pellt< the
Iit.;stoUrs an s

l4 of t* Pro Toe>
T ,. J Appleyanl of Goll

tary I Roberteon 4t
gtary-o. B. Robinsoqt


L" )2lak-
i ^+'.ltyi: :,

iie~s g buot ta driht t 64
i4igrs ai^d i Iaeil. 1dta, posittre

Y4A0 bt il po *5, who p rste
-4tO to o 4 I did not"
A$ hei y Ois evetythi tiee-
*4'set a"t I ha4 a tfred, l3gglng
S)dn4t0ys troab4 me, and-4 I f el
h tali~" .t1 4 hnb I h: tO-Irakn ati Cf !

ie:,t rweek We wish her; asuc
: W. *. tso attended th

'i a' t y....e M .,t'e.

0uy at'tebzi? they ooke4d very:


IBf t^h ji6^ :4'd Ala.,
W#Al Sh *is Apris &,-Amiost'
t thwed'eld Ala.,
Wa.tatic tie Soutbe. 30 o ru iles ei st

@ e her, a uranead t4 morealiide
Sr',o- "Mok, orfigIA I.e

t lfom : o Thedattce teloephd e it
;l iehr yled i that t t i..i.ng bus"iet
s.' ful! 4sne4al 0echeal.
^ 1 ir'. Z uet N'df rg at more, hotel,
t' eora1other atoresau 4sl4.mz.
were damaged. The oriist of tbhfreae
io unknown. The estimated lsea to}
property, stocks pf goods, etc., wUl|
*.ic&h fully '4OOOO.

Qu# bota5e o Pat~ a Obis Com d Kenn04?It- a thriving town of aboCt
Sme, d I on int for a large eton of west Al
to al who feel th I All Jthe merchants buy from the
praie it hMl; for I kn I ow it wholsae mern*ts here, and with
V y lffe and kept .a0e fro;n, im Kennedy o ot of the market,. Columbusa
rlauiNermnt I stit sns e Asiylai, whiph will be their aitply point at preaeil.
Vi P A. 4 :Mo !sil of Carolina M(n Stabbed by Negro He4
i)%ssii nger-^"^'. I** >l'' Wa 1slvtng a ldtei. .
8n .......IS a ./ k 8Wi Aril.. -Whnl e r
+eI '< .^ 7turiglg iSaturday .irlght to his home, 10
*m., ,: iltes .oimth of tGrenvllle, W. J. fli,
Qh; plIa-N1ev. 3. L. Beynolls of a well known tarn :.. was ser-iosy
a "<..... '. . "" a.n pro ably ly wouni ed by Bob
:' ,a iii ito A. Kml oh o f0 vo-' o. Barrore r ...egwo.... *
ita. aMIs met the negro In the road and.
': age0Bay t .lof olme.; !I.ltedtd him to ride, Xupon getting in
S al'01 llbo to theaoM Iamoe stood ,'up, but
Page-Pelr tvnsof Wm wll1ted tha-he take a ea.
Wige-p ^thout uurth#pov oagon the ne
Poceedl Hf HOUse giw Jumped on SIl. ani.d bega "ut-
Thft h eirtepnbl oltiv William UlM him,.M nlkti.g thre, "Wounds on the
wtsh `;`,,6 1hi t sbeel oI-ie 4 f wi, one Intfhe shotilder and two
slak for neartyeore of yea, oaned in hI* bro* .

.they+ms .. to e .o....v r e ,..e. wa plac.
4 W ; l.:a.:t aof D W po *-o t is. not expected to ltve '.
SW. t* -wo li:t t lwght--
S| io s re.nteJd HOvWARDIIAti .ON TTRIAL.

*6*! % 'opaie.r to 1a:o Foir LMdiwf
t~l+,Di mtmmnv l ItIr
Onestia. I nte IQrer ut .r..
n *" dbady withdrew its platioi hor a'

&r As. apqlafcr Gibbona a mae&anwer reatr attd the defense ws
w apprttfft and imprast e- 't ivn until tomorrow manoa at 0

tta an+aw syetarsnt eas e.erk. .. . *,- .-e ^ Ma ,a ;t.. banged .

I.*" iiW h14' (. iaro pt. '" _:_ I* '. _

Azs^lt~ thotog terks W. E. IM James H.' Titvsa To B T*d Fot
.i"W: :.i... imic.., *^ n. a ,- :,, ** * .
;lo t "... "1 n.s t,- ,.rMues..i! .i l.l ,

r gr.d .ry ao e s.. the .ar o
i w'lot"

S. . .

l ii mi:.' -., ."-. "

Since last w lekubundreds
of ladies' who kow .and
appreciate quality an
:da8tint s in spring and
mm DrPrsoo'd Ave
visited our store.
verdict has been unu.:
------- thrat .our o t O
tbe toost+ vare
mteted eve. sh.wn ..in

new l.hiun in-Wite
GOOdS, ]4WIIS, ,rganies,
etc. CalG tosHe us.

O8i I

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* .** ., i+!+$ ~:+; ....tl\

JA President ;

Oapital. ............ ...... w OOO0
SUrplus and Undivided Profits... 20O,00 Q
0oe9 4 es ak busbam, Witha e qual -wany'bonk fin the' olits
o ,e o ,FameruM, Merol)At Oorporntioaia. eao. Iuntcrstl_ +3I*,
by spell armutroiasi Alll tams se4 ro tMly.
.1B e TAI. V i O r. ,

MGO T A CEp FO'PsMi. au
Ins _eel or itat twrg ow m ll Qiu ..lte.
Advnee made. Warehouse charges free. I offers
made by letter or wire. Oorresponlm ;.
......o .. e solicited. : -,.


Jacksonvi -es Fli n
.* And

MfleE~if latEilS. wn


4 '*',,~.:,

B. F. JOR1~
ewuam .3



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e tion,e
9 et11 1:
oil bet
'.slops 'iii-:|

u u--o


4it tiia ll o tta froO

t? 'W1il, I tealth oy et muct
tier all.; It cO40 to t6*am fl
0tak, about tlo I4ldy for wthom
8he is, iy' 'wtfe. -fcottrsof
e d!d.d you"-
iyei apardot. Wht m c 411p0
,l| her size. -t ldist at^iloxi'
tiimiitter iW t 00.st. s
Iofpe bloesuso blOnou'o1so,. all
itd let me for I alu in '
1 Axirea oft i er'chl., cYt' c .
ttg e^lei+of a :ept

bl in an ;Oanyur on
pis 4betoen8'A4nd 40twarkas
fi ''l ir, an ase
da -to~ behthwetd14, told yoAT

Aar tca. c1outers. am
ta 4paineoe shQp Ia the, :pme

s4 1Aios on the ..floor.
so -%^ pare rated off the
,it t ing is raised od
"t&cpi*liit euStontor sita oh
D the 0 iboor si;deeaddle., A
wpp'r w oi moans to do the
I Pr1 a1 d iata

i. ..paanese shops haub 'o doors
idows or counters. Shop wI0dows
glAnd do pot leave much v4i lin
-tage. but even an English shop
: pot i;ta.ke the whole: tonta
Japanes8 have not many regular
Tbher' are very few stiveeta of
Keb in Tokyo, whieh is as large
OIln. Foreigners never buy hay-
bu'a cuerioes. If they are fooiz,
4eal with shops kept by Eutro-

B l
i ey waint bargains, they deal
r a Chinese st4pse in
tt Th tOhinaman Is cheaper
relial tha the panes* ,
eer do not set up in
S ,kept a th eloi. cat
take predece
'w teanes ....
4 ~t~etentbow and 4ditf
W tyu
o t a o r a s w h o m I
a *d~ 7',,,t tblave evela
hwflW ifme e ng on
...... ...as.. 0

aretily without obswrvitag
id sneers of kit neighbors..
i, a it e~I t
said to h: 54WqH, won*A
patience. are 'you snot
at has i.bii ald to yo.ti
i;t I miaesd to Jt i,.
septO bttttn**No, WIt. UlS

1 t11*w5 bli'*4 581 Whitt I
iah a mien. tS tAs esxtW

IA oth airge of three babies aZli bad breath,. *geKral debility, sour ris 55 L la so nk 4 a L. oVto ,1 |
r, imtV t5m0,Tet't.2la.0 L. p / g .. -: .....,; .. .LI.p I4
B A .l over th roozm The grlaa Koda t t the stomach are n2 a 3 i at S 4
l$tched wit$a+csmS tO. the gagise to iptn:l Thih .v 4cvery r.pre- a A ( obt0,
''10 yo, t o- 4.n0 h e oe et.1 5 to > A n n @ ... ,, .., ,,.,

14ung tool sTo w ee o net en he M uajid of digestion 4 a -.mini
.y 1e .6 +0
0 x.:e to*ra XNNery poS. -' rs it l A. i oh*ealI V ,.

t i*o d t and down seemed on excep ayappSa l Cure. do< ot only our.o in- sonsi i o A.r. toWe..M .. ,,..............
lenttems with everybody, but q.t.. .get.on ad dypppaa.but this famous Ar.. .ty.1ide :.. .;
. powerless to' control a good part of thei enedy QUIs all ,rtometch troubles by N ; i i ar ThesrtakenrPaiBtuntta 86 I eat
apdieice t t t doIeansing.h pezrtfyiag, nweetenriing and -on-. h-aa dn i u-o^in.ao .-., 'o
S rSomebody opened with a piano solo trengthening ith mucous mrmbran.e Nos.w a t tu 3 I'hNew York.rh V. e'.? .,..
Oally people might have more sense lining th dtt o onhou "wet we Jkloltuvi1)o aal. N Y o.. P ao .e between lt#n ....a.
t-and to choose a Chopin nocturne for No. 0 ats d 1 wa,,itgtion and FlorIa Ltmiteo," PU uan r )
stch an audience. The pianist was .J l (ae 3 ubeweea I an d st1
.twice told to "go and get an organ." u t f 9 . .1 :r *Pd-, .. .,, ...
Thrae wais a shout for some tune u- o. TNRth nof i .
Known to us. and after that the render- 7 5 P Lv...... ...... JaFoauttilla i .....I
Iung or .hopin was.perrmakently drow 2..n.. ...e o :
ed in genera and tentoran conersa- 11 Ar .. .....
tion. A. girl with a ttrbiton to become *1117 r. .*........:" ; t: ::lors. '.0';
professional ned1xt5 anr, amid audible O a 1 1M, . ..K.. .. n plla N. I
T con60 nts on th p lainness of her Nox. 2 11 --la anVt.atilnw iroui undbufeV tepin tween Jto u
Sfrok, and she quitted the platform s in se. t.n W,
a ,wtu 6 silence. etlme Adtd his dell N N. tI l etwoeet Jackea lle and the 'ort o
h altd an even worse time. He was "ir IDl t t i h n L ;(1.1,ott, vl. N .l,. ,[ ... -.
tite4 to "get his hair cut." which o P 1 a 41p :pvll J"o-7 -.... ....u .. ..
et lw a piece of timely advtue ui-4 "o. m onlyaur

a A r a er W e r ev ... A r. .. ... .. ... . . . .. .... ..

.e wal in pain. As this had i pere th to the sick n tiW 1) A Ar. ext o. .
,tible ecect ono Irritable Bortte, thaee x- t a, t o W. ti8% ?1 0 Ar. C. it.. ... .......... o........... ..,.; .
were % enerai otere to attend hi ttner i, t A1 n a- b t thiv. sf"tlntuisIOo3 i.......l.. -i*.r..... .. .." 6.ktw
-0 and more advice to the effect at tor a.. .t. ...0 obol ebg 2 im- I 7 -.o 11) a .......- I.... ..our................
tae "that ld, oaezgr oot with *i `51 fo 5 H11a Ii3 Tvrone3ira,0 .^ 1i
. t, hen youl courting.";By this tim ,ou 0a ot& co.b.... .l l c o.,g-i o ..1. p ... a . oi no ...... ......M.. ..,- .,'.l.. ..
the stfronpe .were terrlited& and ithe ree.. 7 1 so a H -*t Lv. Cuionuttt',lo 1) 0 .( r A D0..-Mo% t el
Stor.had to moupt th plat.formn aridt ... IJU I 7 i :. a A .... ::tat I......0:. tD. Maom e .I w o: + 8

AA DOe ro....M.o.............. ...\:.....
00sthrelomeody o ,w a piao. esad..i It l), NHo p Lv Itttt, Ohio.raa r nes .......

a.ud iene Th M.e-, was ........ l t or ut ati t 4) p l ,a Ar. Pi..tburg,,.. .....
A wife often permits her afforgn t.o" n A *o*i. i ni. itmbrlne. -- -- ----- --- --- -- ,. ,-
l' Wtnt u:. ,lt l"*, O, io..... ..... .......... . p....
lnd her reason. us. a ate thitotmhe a...p IO ...i. tit. a iIU0,. i-i l" ,ur................. .

Regard' for petty things often wl lL dn1 a, A ,., . ..... a e.......... ,i.e r...... y .
r A womattn love casu become annoy- 't 101111 on ii Ar,.1?* oLmlMvIIa : :. ....:,.::::: W ^
r ere...........A...L............'-- ,

lg as well as bt.d.nsome. ,.. a Lv. einton, .tt ...... o... .
Marriage baped on honest atection v. LouI ville, KY' .. ................
will withstand the rayage of time. TO Ti. E U ]VB LI. NMA!~a i I vfl\t' t sfn.beiw
t hei a wo-i r ita t ve way to angb eer- e the unLer nd Irebo e it l Olr t to .....ar via l'Ari : to ... .. ve..... l...I.. rlto.
nextsan k,. a m id aud ib e S 15ih..................................... ......... .........A..l.... .... ..

* she beg her owt pardon with t s t:o pa 0 ny u. r r o; i i a tt rrr
, -wome Intiwho can show, by similar tests, Putntuats n S oti o hrnO ti o 1ot.l
Confidence Is not easil t ained vher f a ce p B n ng L t b an-0 y ( mo i on r. Tir tll n i'tIortl t tl r t'th r a.nd (litI l> r111 1 ) twlot ..n v i L I nv( W -'M tto
ir ce ant for a a Tilua v
, exaggeratedd lov5 t self tl fuInd to ti t r) "a' ,o, nofa . .. B. ^ I<,, ,o^ "

STo deide between love and de ty has RA H'ITU ELASTIC PAINT. 10s1 No1 I74 1eten JIcksu. .vlle 4t1 KVRa City'( -
caused hour ofwb y to men a We guaa tee .lt A IHITE ELA ia u IAL. J1Maionvi. ll ... y...... . ..
.I. 1 0 Aht.. At.It .... ... & ...... .. -... -'. 1,
d e astoo~of his goo 1i 1i. no ,rHos i, l a sli .,
j,,r-ui'n, rt(-1 a ) S H A i.A1. IM: lto nti, O hli ...... . . ... ..' ........ .. .

'The man thth a vice wonders wy palurn or any of .i. products of S S is J n A%.. A A .------------.
so m1 any person.ethink It their duty to Wpetroleum, and when applied to any )54 0a511%p Ar. ACjirt)'niCi4&T, Al)- .. I
-nakfe pnthllc the fact. btle according to our directions to Ar. Ma l enn or ui t.

generous slu 4e .--PhHiam elephia 3Bulle- chrrg-,all1paint ees &L.try to repai..int. 1 Aio "Thn l It orldtt. P mn w ro.,g .... .. -tin. 2% /'limes y* p A( u w 4 1 4r t . h . ... ......t P o %i ttr n tl . t .i' ..' + *. .

a any surface where it lot proved tic- l I a r. AtulO l4 t a*ry.. .k .A ..nt for I srvati.lo..-
In China the pra6ctJe of lantolati' Tte NatlonC Paint and Vithith Co., --------- ..- i
e.ar or1 er to ll .. .. ... 1...........s.tl, ...e

I.g t o:he e t 1, m.nt. of t.h -.tIn s we have se2a, %. co.tr... for .Ala,,
raor. tonwonpi t eota tfemen -ap p r o QUi 247Mfor7tg.1.ai.ko1 Aduts)d-
j. K "4) ... .. ." .. ,.- .- .... ( ), ft .. .. . "i

WI e is a dt or-la w.a to-o 0wa'9i ... l i r_. , _ttt i -.t..l. *.expos-ed 1 1 10,11,11 D Ov B|lll i D.

Galaee ille, i-
._.. .. .. A . . .. .. . ... ........_ -m.. .. ...... .... 0 l .I o r- .- - - -

e li ne k. la-- -.It,.. -" D* O .. Alttois. 1,41"0 '0h...... m' .<
i ioaI^ l^ eiS l t o l^,_ . t i 04 p I a Ad :.141. 'rtP i t *. .. .. .. ... 1. :

I"T l egtq gtt ye bCidini hi p i sy J- t'* -- -h
Ae wif e . of .....er its er 'fr ec ion to, . n hr .... ."ld t......r W nl helt : ,
for Fu rni hrt"

toager te lo eb td tr 1 35 81e .p S .. d tobt. a.. ". .' . .. 1 ' . ** .. .

.pist.. of 7I..t t. : .... .. s o. Stta o.ta
i Mtlt e "quo.... ....... .r-- -.. "" ...... ... .. W* lmt++lo e c.b 6 kL i. l I ~"i I rlI I~ '; .

wo aithstan ,o, t 'agilfie. I H P - *M
st, ItasO w oaa na 0 Bp*n 8toet i rto ar D ofoarn . ,ji :
to" hatoWU l.

44n tat n .. an s. t n, hlkfLte... sI+ e l1 1 lo rso U n ent is for+ ':
._ .. ..I Aid'! I t 1. I :,,j :'" m -

i &: lns.o rf ni e S I" ... -

Ia tepet of7o guIt~.~W 'r
m^'t^^^"^*^4,' 1^f^^ ? 1::' Rnn ilr
-**l~,lJ~i*''^^>*,^,.J i-~tM '^MMt~ ::'^tf y*?H''l*^ g^^^ h mfi 5^d A. 1 ; Vy S mV **i ?B ~l01 L*^?'** *t-11'





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eispectable ~po ted
SPeranent on.

iii4 o bes depart ye5:
wr h~eye- be had
M0 t 3ieepsaq -/

count w^a l S vi.totr to WhisI aty yeso.
Orday. .o
e surest ii4 st e '.l'medy fort
*ieiiy4 )ela^ dr dseas Oure. Soldby W. O Walce's
.Engst t Bjor.* - "
.Ltman onigeh Springs
Sn iito th6 ooAtyn yet *
__r- .Wle enoeo__ot the AV
l a .-tle Io a s Ii n e
tAL ^'Tbe'friends of *ev. J^ 3. B.*Ho)ley are
gan to see the strw bee in,
after.b ig oI1f4Jto bie bed for seve

"' /~-^ *le was en route f4om OQla, where he
09 ,l^ip,
tes ben on$ eial YOqs ess,
W100e bef si # Obamberlain's
ac ver tablet. asey to
Y;% pleasant in .tect. Yo* tal. by
i ae bbys o he ity are reqthueste to
a bity theirAdiltaes Monday afternoon
001Qr was evhrlwnwhe the wil be,
*tl ntefr- *se sed t etrint'r14o ) rabb e haOe.'

waseleleas *br totf ate r fhtty Son,,
4PAtal -0tensve. ,ereOnAs, wado a vialt to
tht4 oty yesterday ike's all .the 04it-

tko T. boofany friends ebrea
f. 1,5PO2e3o of Za J' r0 9ier.. 01ong the isioWars to this city yester-
wiShilbyi, 4ay. .'M, Patteooon pp at k to open a
lprlvase; vool t Laqrose fo* am few

4864 5t patronage, 5324*11 no doubt mike the
Sdo aVentase a success.

". rug their t atstltg itte son. Newell,.
manager of wer ta I49 @Ist< to a ihort t*hee yes'-
ma :o ^. yvergPAoute p thr
o tht i gPaath n Righ pringn
reSrs.Davis and son h been
relatives, thefamilot E J.

V1O .epty hVrff 3. W. Mow ann of La-
rosse, onot the most efflolent ofl0-
ar pi*ittdiin 12i t.e< wass e,8 toe vi

,ssp. O p t a n thepo

Co Ss i 1~eea!D* as tar as somethiu' to eat
tt^<^t^|M l be3fli~ tni,d^. **.: "l-'*.**.'*

40's drug store' ;
dote the w.
siting cards I'me pr4 1
aie ew cut ju w rom
'y. ; un job depA2 tr "0
'. Torte ella &~" a
at Petto Rican clgar4 ii Y cC
it: ten ceit r i e on th
rerybedy ells them, Stril fielleo
ro., JTacksonvlle, State Aggates lw 4
Mis Itllian Thomas., the chaieming lb
ugotter of Mr. and Mts .A. W.
iomat, 4dparted yesterday for Jak
ivtflle, where she hae a'epted 4
5i|oa .Her many friend bete wIsh-
i# snies 'I6,l happiness in ar .n S

4 lrst nainesville High 71h oo
wAill team will play the fir B 41^4
S um1ay.. T he tea3S
>Wtn l*~wao a$d return StOrYA ^*r
w he plenty ,of 30 ~QI
Ot t.... es to'go,. T
6 | ~^A with the "5* b
eIe.te with H l WI ty

lt4 8Q O5SEjgQted yestepK iis

e case or
a. charge
:gh up at
cult Iourt

J|, A.M -.rl.. j t' '

h*Ii anxious 'to learn the:
ta'n, J.T Biradley, who
to'BeomnewaMere n Flor-.
SGeorgia.t H- .e has itao
wtt ti9 t0 anveiO r which
~ibrtastd to heart and n
*Ingtial he whereabouts of
1fer a gratetil favor by
g wit 3. E. B~madley at
| ; .'%i. t

sh atoloh may cause 'no
4 When 'thie stomach
tor itentios the bow
a the mloier anid

,14t g t4
and liver to a
B lll f this p4urV

"L d Gi :ablets.
an medieiue
^ !' ^' '.'., v .i '.., .

Sw*u among
(!a .^Wy :: m:
sff*iceA e*n.
eflloient eU-
hk 'faim of
RB state.
4ing ocm-se,
14 )33flg
It s

hi S wi t calves
A i.niho: Silanton, Fla. deo64t
A. e-nihal oft a -
tonand ; 1itoential t:-oitizen of t.hat
twn, Was in the ity on -business Yes

W hbave Nst received a ear. o fine
males, suitable for logging and tp rpen-
0e purposes "Oal' nwl ee them.
rawtordi& Davis.' Idawlw
; After .btrief'buii pleaasnt visit to
Mrs. <. Lynch n thist ity, Mrs. Geo.
W. Dudley returied tl4 her home in-
t. Peteribjag yesterday. This lady
formerly resided hee ,ai!an, her numer-
ous friend. are always glad to se her.
'Capt. W i .Budd, stock laim agent'
of the Atlantic Cost Line, 4epirted
yseter4ay fo~st. Peterbrg-on oCicial
business 'The Oaptain eijoyfs the rep-
utation of bebiig one of the most'jovial.
characters ti the State, and' ht friends"
will welcome h retrn with Agltnes.
With coiemandable, energy,,.' W.
Waits, the blcyele man, is continually
making imoprvemn fts in his store.
The latest improvement is a revolving
wheel rack, which bas recently been
installed. It accommodates a number
of wheels and afford 'pore room about
the store.
Cofessonhs of a Priest.
Rev. Jno,. Cox, of Wake, Ark.,
writes: "For 12 years I suffered from
yellow jaundice. I consulted a number,
of ysicians and tried all orts of
0e7iaea bu got --" rel-Lf. Then I
began the use of Electric Bitters and
feel that I am now cured of a disease
that bad me in its grasp for twelve
yeMars.1 .t .yod want a reliable medi-
inhe for "velr ': and kidney. trouble,
stomach disorder or general debility,
get Eleetri Bitrs. It's guaranteed by
all druggists. Only o.
The Rabbit Foot Company.
The elebratd Rabbit Foot Com-
pany, genuine negro comedy under
direct ownership oP Pat Chappell, is
now touring the itate, and will appear
in this city under canvas, at the slow,
ground opQosit. Union Academy, on
the:46th inst.
Thbe Rabbit Foot Company is well
knowniln this cliy, and needs no in-
troduction. It: s one of the best en-
tertainments of its knd ever given
here, 'lean and refined, and will no
doubt enjoy a godd patronage.
Walks Without Crutches.
I wi a much: afflited with soiatica,
writes Ed. C. N0ud. owaville, Sedgwick
0o., Kan., "going about on crutches
and suffering deal of pain. I was in-
duced to try Ballard's Snow Liniment,
which relievednme., I used three 60c
Lbottes, 'ilt. ithe greatest liJnkniment I
ever used have .recommended it to a

, IUgIMJUL '^ ,pM*WI 01 m d.aa hpa'.wa Um 5AMi5'
selves as being benefited by it. I n6w
walk without 0utohesi, ableto perform
farm." 25c, 80o and $1 at Johnson-
,iros. : .
Meeting rEEar t!Workers. 1..
Tte Eanet Woiors of t h irt
Pheabyterilan hurch held aMi nterest-

Bord.oE. Ea .rt h .trk,. terd af'
toi oona at ahref astene estlf busi
es of i m portioe wait an ..ted'
Th'O .. so t *waa delighted to note
the presence ot et. ad .rst T .hos.' p
.ay, who were pleas qa. 'thq oppor-
tulty to meetso many of the young
people . I. : :_

n. or abou5 h a :the:l pt $jt.

eownry T ho a ait"

~E~~rffXi; i' ;:: T:''.:'

u-u--a(*inuUrja-in B 'o)l, Uinolera,
and Diarrhoea Remedy for cramps and
pains in the stomach and found it -ex-
eellent. It is in fact the best ipramp
and colic remedy I, have ever used.
Also several of my parishioners have
used it ith e ual y atisfactory
results," For sale by al druggists and
medicine companies. '
Withdrawal of 8Saboard Trains.
The Seaboard Air Line railway an-
nounce that their Seaboard New York
Limited, operated daily from St. Au-
gustiae and Jacksonville to New York,
will be withdrawn, the last train to
leave St..Augustine at 12:10 and Jack-
sonvilleat 1:20 p. m., April 100tk.
The Seaboard will continue to op-
erate their Seaboard Express Train
No. 4, and Seaboard Mail Train No.
66, which trains are scheduled to leave
JIckuonville daily at 8:46 a. m. and
7 6 in. m repectively, equipped With
drawing-room btffet keepers, Jackson,
yvle to New York and vestibule thor-
oughfare coaches, Jacksonville to
Washington via Richmond. Cafe cars
are also operated on the Seabo'rd Ex-
-press from Jackeoville
For sleeper reseratbsol and other
information, write A, O, dMaDonell,
'A. P. A., Jacksonville, F.

S. QUan 'of. Odish Vt., was"
w3M5i@ |^iofa^


Special VaN^

iVR. RK ".

Sorupte fromt htact ue.. e ogave tb*
o e. no satisfalotion 'as.to, hip des4ldI.
nation, or any particulars honcer in;
his' trip. *Thli s.'iforma.tio,, 'he as'.
matter of eourvereserved the privilie,
to keep to himself, but it had a!ten-
dency to cause a great deal of anxiety
among hts friends and others wit1
whom he was acquainted.
As was stated in the article of yes-
terday, Dr. Sioke has been a prosper-
ptU business man and influential oit-
'zen of Alaohua ever since the place
was a mere village, and he has 'Always
enjoyed a splendid record in the, dIon
rfunity. His friends are glad that
he is safe, but willt be sorry .that he
is contemplating leaving Alachusa.
Dreadful Attack'of Whooping Cough.
Mrs. Ellen HarlHaon, :of' 800 Park
Ave., Kansas City, Mu., writes as fpl-
lows.: "Or two children had a severe
attack of whooping cough, one of ihem
in the paroxysm of coughing would
often faint and bleed at the nose. We
tried everything we heard of without
getting relief. We then called in our
family doctor, who prescribed Foley's
Honey and Tar. With the very' first
dose they .began to improve and -we
feel that it has saved their lives, Re-
fuse substitutes, Sold by W. C, Wal.
lace's drug store.
Two Popular Young People .Join
Hearts and' Fortunes-Other News.
Campville, April 8.-Married, at the
home of the bride's fath.er- Miss Ethel
Kellum to Mr. Henry Bryan, Sunday
morning at10:30, Rev. Rites officiat-
ing. The bride ond groom were nicely
dressed. A large number of relatives'
and friends were present. They- re-
ceived valuable presents. At 1 o'clock
an excellent dinner was served. Bride
and gropm left on the 2 o'clock trai-
for Jacksonville,
Mrs. White'of Kenttucky has been
visiting her brother, H. M. Moran, the
past few days.
P. H. Baker left for Folkston, Ga.,
today on business.
Mrs. Vanlandiligham, wife of Dr.
Vanlandingham. has been quite sick,
but we are glad to note Is improving.
Rev. Mosely of Melrose preached an
excellent sermon at the .aptist church
Sunday afternoon.
A Prominent Minister recommendss
Chamberlain'$ Colic. Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy.
Rev,. Franais J. Davidson, .-pastor of
the St. Matthew Baptist church and
preSident of the Third District Baptist
Association, 2781 Second St., New. Or-
leans,. writes as follows .. "I have



If y.ou-W an'-e.:' :..
limited quantity of

send, in yopr order at once

eto, New Seed, tow Prices


"My Sonis,"

said a great business man,( "are my

stregtkh and court g I can give
them" and he forthwith paid. for a
z,0ooo,,,O I poli^I'i The Mutual
Life Insurance opny of New
York. Not without, i most care.
fuil investigation howver, extend
ing overx month He was con
v .nced byjust'- ah tsassled the
President of a National Bank in
New York tom aki the curious and
shrewd provision in is will, which
is contained in '"4, ki|uer's will.
'Write for it d,,ajso for the
account of. theA $1~ ,ooo policy
"The Largest Ani .a Premiums
Thie Compay raa:.
^rsI-Irij. AmuaU Weld 'policy.hioldde
.Ur<-n-t. Age.\
RAcaZ RD A. ,iceus P-wasdenht.
^ . '') ''* *i *' *" ; '*} ''. . i

Nassau, Cedar. Wiaum

Will ConVene at
S -iams'OfH0it4
Were request,
there wil be.a
Association of E,
at the offlce,Af SI
Prof. Guilliams,
7:30 o'eldoek, at w
is desired,
Preliminary ite
manual reo*knia

sorty Fa

e4ndent Gua
Sthe FlE
la Seenin I
,:.eve-! !ig !

0. dam

o 5B urugB now

t. 0,. Uew r 0

Foley's Hone T.l
mutes, and Ilt
rtly all othe itU
SB siulbtitutes. aa

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4 1

Iday and Thursday


April bWltile$s the M
Wk ut apeblean roan. the

ote ap wee at C W,
.4, Zav oe, ...ef.itc, Pe
arayt .!tdep by fmor the w4t
*" 4. the other of the citi1 men.-
istinct mnaJorItt is
t he titel chmnIng from Be*
a t% etc4ratt i- mayors were
I $I, BbrI tet4 Marion, Troy6
Fte r1 citi ee ad 615 village
iOf the 60 lareO t citiea hioar.
Hially, It I0 noted that the an
and the Democrats oech car-
in te exception of Toledo,
little uthorlty as the Uep
^a als control all the city govern-

ot tfolr mayorr' a pluralIty oft
1 ,9$1.' ZL'app, D6ocr at, for preWedatet
gv cwaltcil, has a pluralty of 10,483
evsfr SOutthioner, the apbi".A" can'
^IIItf ?$t* Repubuicais elected Sow-
lq Sort' poo rk apd three of.
sW, ( chool cotaoalo Other-
'4a mae: a.elean
# # a te new city 6c-aid hi theta
wt )4ave 1 and the Repub.-

Muh ntesiit eato leti.
3testo, Apy0 S...--lectioi day;
** d I cle m.in cool and there to
ee in cAic n ea tYo ea
vot till be polled. The n6tcin'ttion
of Ba.ro.was conedifiied to be th e
ore the .i'n%'ar' e an" 4 ively 4on1
tet between :Stewart and Hirlans for
.the ltpubheang nomlatMtlon atroueed
u n.. lal....1 t*r4 In .Iwys. electlon
iid will mrsultIn a .:Very late vote.
wil... : I vuoAIq or
mut boodv otimte ac t o
a :A Awrit "wto m
:, Claay interest I shown A.nth e ele9
Ais today fa't membership o the city
' ...s ~l sad housle of deleigates swd
bez.f. of theb".. f. odf'
A brigtet, cleat deW prom-
to brint out a fuller vote than is
ca t at offrear nyr eltions
IP #t tenit. Thwer are' two *tiets

S oldeidu iuIe" Jone Reset4,ted
l ioteeo 0,.Arilt Malfr .Asel
.Jones:wl wasreeleted "today for-the
oarti tw t. a- plutralty of about
$O il;0 o John W. Dowd, te!ptubtlica,
eaCal-s IMon, Peno st. Poliee
d*95*gl Wtbnhelhetlrt, Doutocrat, was
waeete- by a majoitty o1 t,0. The
trseafttde o the Kepublitan ticket
neoid tby majorieties misiairftwi

Kansmn Voting Today.
.WehitaS, s-., April .--atr we.th-
ar with regltrwtlon CMi ed*tpa' 2.000
fat poLl. The contest is between
the 'SC beatt^ by r:-Mayor
%'The woen are
ta la.s-e a bs. w

K.. w~o W

ww.&A rw
7 Ptors
ulw le
eve II'

SDAY APRIL 9, 908 .'.O.. DPOIA J

' ", Ih ,,

SlItntrutic.s ltot -i $00v5.e fl: .s.p4 Atl apes emnloreo is tie 101*049 t*Wde 40W $otwegta sieebi Peigton 4eon
traces to soia tir & ntrtia. : Port Aoabeaso for flw l oris, whh
to j:3i.- *!

WOCbtO Aput) 8r 4 SphSo,.*5,' L .t Starc *4 wee re~eted at b -
MaA** .*. '.. Vll. Mr.U a w4 t oit 4 * w
*. e ee ba4 ra $tif tis af tf.e "elt n tlflaz 4 f ;.

f m n e li^.. 0" fl't 4 ,'!'

e t t""" "


Buioide Thoorey Rapti
ing Ground.


77! tratl I". Inaboot ggherseUtiwice in the breast
-r4hoV4 he I-
we aS 0 was towund lyifog dead on the
Ki N -lpce ber room about o'clock by,
t ** r9her husband, who had come home tc
|ee^oD n l yt KI et swper.: The doors were. looked
afd lie was forced to break one open.
9q 86r ea a t ebdy wat yinig'd ead oni the bed
4k o rvi.%'kes XN t-Wi wtt hi face terribly burned by th I
whet* th e t Mri M4cMilan was badly burned by
th e Iqu, r ti fre. which was started by the dia.
* ..s.i.tty fes Act an AF PEAC chag of the revolver.., No motive
Sdi}stm t*stti.... " 'r: {*t :.,o <- be assignedd for the deed.
't*3>ac^. Dea(lres that Laws P 4 by the ge
oayialtton I hllature Bod.les Wesq Not Praet R OMBNNIBO N MELROSE.
Hvlhto Q, 4pr t 1-M or Bosch 'al-"oute State ft aired In the Great lihterest is Being Manifested In
d the i0 tt ticket WU Balkans Hastened Ait. PropIoed Railroad-OthIr Notes.
no I e a poti B d, Srvia, 1 s.-ini ltoe, April 8,-Tho town meetUnil
si Alexander today e' at coup called 'r Tuesday night at the town
'l stt ...... ..) : r4" d'etat. '\He ilued "t oclainattou v- l At-id-

11 th -tuion d d-V.Apil: 1 1umbor of ladies btiig present, show-
. OieQA Wil Permit MrsI B lig It ob dIn r ake Il the rese
heo'retirin.i raIlroad agitation.' The eoolnntto'i5
Kew 'York, A1 R T- .4r. 014itht h. eonJostoWs of statt olvity tl&.ept, showing just what in agree-
l'oIqw has Obta 4 a bote t al ittl4 and r-e w i mea they, had igtned, was read and
Yvorce treOial n B1elo"y on etatwU tl*Y listedd .treviou* t be cOSltW approedrby the 0itiene, ahd the oenm-
tory vutn tne .pw 14 'r tie of 1001. The a Dp wmitte as discharged fron farther
'tttocury d)cre hisr bet enter tion res stores this tion m l dut y;i new standing t in her favor and s'e I not ,_e t .y ftomr Wtdtty. .app ted to: lonfer further on :ti,.
tree Until rjtro 3 mnths a*ter theing "I the first proclita thj It4lart, attt td ltle ho
Ude 0ir nthe Ete dcre' under the e atLion grpted might approach them with railroad
ndr the wortiig decree by him 1901, pews w p t. The eous question of the
Mrs. Bigelow wi4l ttp e t jlberty to proved impractce*bl. iFurtherit0e t wer byinthe wat brought. up. nd
remarry. "as though M. W dad,"-whIle be Is probtbto* from rer lUtical ps"Io"s an. ri udicle.in"- it.g
rryin il sh e 1 totally deV', lured, the interests ofa Patherlant 0 t fallnt for the month of March
i proYton Wold prevent him fronm and hindere4 Its d4n*opment a anxa it o 879 inches,
having a manriae ceremony pertorm- state and nation. .. mo D Or. d MrD. Boyhre
ed in this Mate, but not eleewb/re. "Attirs "i the )ri tts," a th in" Mr,.Ad D oftive and Mrs. Boyer
?0 M. 0 "", iand daughter of NeW York City are
Mt. Bielow cwe here ftrom u adds, "are very serious and Servila .O ofNd
rope durisgthUe winter for the avow- needs order, unity antdpeace. fhes visiting Mrs' Wom. .
ed purpose contesting hiL wife's would otfer a bright rtamn ple of a, Rev. S. Fison will hold services at
suit. The case Was deferred to Cha.t peace-loving state t a;tt the ame I Trinity Episcopal ohulro on Saturday
Donohue, formerly a judge of these au- time always be ready efe06 *Atend her tvenihg, Apri. lth,at 7 o'clock. Also
preme court. Mimy witnesses were own true Interests shoit 4 this bcom Evaster Sunday at 11 a. mn. and 7 p. nt,
examined. The referee found that necessary, for the pu Oe of rester. Tle first o9ittingent of the Molrols
the charges had been sustained and d4e- Ing the unity, strength ind order of visitors lett on Monday'a steater, but
elded In Ms. BIgelotW' favor. By the country. The hi then saupends qiau ntibiler will renimin until the
the terms Of the decree one of the chi the constitution of 19I and delres L of April nd later.
dren~ Mildr4d, is toJ rmaln in her fath the ms dates of the senators to, be tea oa the Ladies' So-
er' cus Ydr. with the provision that null and void, and t proclinloito Tho;'ocial tea of he Ladles' o
her Moth may it eer nd haveso goe to noun th the inl e On Ftriday evening was a great
cese to her at any time. Thie other lore of stati are retiretdl.i te skupsp 4 success. a most enjoyable utie beolg
Mcildren, ldtth, li.ieyn a4 Dorot.y, ts is dipolved. hiadby all present.
ather may see them- when he wishes ." rose will Wbheld n April 14thW ,It .
a.id each may decte ,when set comes WIeL RACK' IN MJO to be hoped that a full vote In favor of
otf suffictent age under the guarian-e
ship of whioh pLretit..he will continue. Rain Seriously Intorferes with Tennes t w beooplle of Mlroe re very mu
Ti ..decree .wAssi gned by-' Jud0e s0ee Derby. j The-p ,or Mel rose are very much
Blanhrd, e supremo court:. Mempis, Tmn., April ,.-The-Ten, pleased to hear that the A. L. will
-Mr,. ietow maiden name Was)esee derby witll be pleaded over-a repair Its depot, here ard sab make
atff ry. e was married on iApril course.doep In 0mud thia sternoou.. At other mnioeh-needod repairs.
I, 1884, to Mr. WBIgelow. a son of midnight it steady downpour of rain .................
John- Bigetw, forneIr unted States set in and at 10 o'clock t5S morning HiE IS IN ST., LOUIS.
ministrt.4athe coUrt.of St-Jame. .. there hUas been no Cessation. The
T it e frendshp r for 1neudeT six thioroughbreds about Dr. W. H .Smoke Writes a Friend ThAt
Mr. B is well known. wJwoh the public is well qui ated He is Looking for New Location.
...'' ... ___.- . with one exception. Thrie sinle on The impessioi wohilah pIareviled
SAN PLACRO ON PLAYL that has not already pltot'med Itd
pu)blicIsWT. 1 S.teven' ?r y. aon of the O iysturious dlsappvernoe. of
ry City Wil Not Peit Glorifli ofr Wadsworth in Ponsei, d4 full Dr. W. II. Smoke, one of the leading
: e' % tCri owinli ..s, b *other. to Wad4worth t0.l AMirtean. buiies ilne i toeat eola ihua.
Jey OtI, Arl t- ~ecu Osb w^ir of 18902. 0
torSer" i reply &. .reuest ire sy..from $ea tty has never a4"a strter,l mutdbrno beep erron s It s flow
Chief at Ptfl oe fMphy tis ot!oicl apd today will witneM his filrt debut ulder*I d new loctoong
opinlop 'p the I s pwer-.toostop t r 'o tfr1$WltIov.

tty clC~rlatul .ou.lasic. seah one hb fa ed .defet dur. eelved a itterfrom Dr. Smoke, who Ii
SIth t ij< 4ngp4 a hi bilef t h. .a cuito alrte vi- thoul h igthl Ui. ao mde i4lc:i feda l tr..*tt i the purpoto of his visit
nde'. d s $ n' d frish a w'it s tthe betti#. tile r1e promtiof to thI W et, waiting that he wan looking
:litt artn ma ea to t ptod W a snotlble contest frs new wloation anld a .new field.
*youth to'5*wtlot sester of vic !e i iuwofA lovttur% thei mistake wasl lmi4adei.. inii
SrtiIs .o p his PI FALLiNO* to i n whioi be mid his d-
se -Is whte sok teh. w Neiylbree Sceek Retivf Si.tustio partiure frm Alshus. li, gate the
nse oi f 4ec a -il S ^to "ime lntiwes r 1Valiy, ,aotlsnoattif Aslofl wm ast 1 hi. daste-
ain O"as, Ap(%l iver nation, ora it irouilart o nrnieng
Sw co station 0. At hi trip Thi intormnatIon heMe41 'a
Plaey fi .Old"e iSVWSI-,e5ICW the lt t ati mtter sntLl of .riaafserrerved the privilege
ae cae sud the ***rIa o1 the O* 4 M eewbt Sie! a relit to ke5p to hbin ait, but it bad a Ief.
tle chlies'io-ae ^%:pn ha at-^^^ I^ golegth."es 4*inst w SiniDE big Wnds a) others> with
te. this wele sbsel ers who < u int vtes .o 1b Misi w. w s
present sepeno bt 1 p$o.ecte .$1hes pe.tao le wha'I As we,. stao e Irt e the a.tl le? oft ya
Stet witsfl'#*s bew" Sa.e ced y terday, buyr snmok has linen a prelper
.'tp i .r'At wes su be( d e ew or i bu e a nd frilnsotaI q;t
orf 3.0 doto.k d.tb 3e llt est aobt hi -' Wih 4iS1e Mt -.. t. fy- Ire of A lebue ever wir e the pts .
*t was reolvei to ma: e.. aea ass.r s fe. was wme.r viilla.e, Ind be hib always
with ue hAe | l |w .(. ... st t" t. M, 140..-" .: h"t it -**. al d tt wor la * l -
1 sle WM1@ iOa t lbe speel .p-rva "po tu51 5- !iv the #09o abe is afe, but w illt be orry thaut he
went so eaSs the ii'. .at ee 1; gcmnetnplastnag tlavieg AlslnAis,.
hashtiSsnUt5S. O9 MI*4N04 b~le^s

8. *

I /



Pennell'e Attorney NonSoommittal, UIbut
Says He Can't Account for DVbOW
Unless Pennell Spent Mipey Batolng-'
Ing to Other.
Buffalo, April .8,-Wallace ThalOr,
who was Arthur Ponnoll'e frt6nd and
legil adviaor in his iitlme,. when .,
s000 today roiitivo to a pubIlihed"
aotiatmont quotn him as oayiln.there
was nU doubt tL a toti4% tory of mi9aP'
proprlatlone was Uittu n*d thet +Pe-*
nell's brother, J, Ntdlolt pennell,
had pleaded with ht.n to 4etroy thet
trust papers. repuiate4,d mi.hat Wtas .
attributed to h'bn ,il ,4.uad: a "brif..
statement which emb$x i 40/'.hs1,6
all that heiwared to tate 'the P M.' '
eat tie. fMr,.Thler i.. -
SJ. FroedeltK' Pi ,eln,e,,brothero to A, o .
R. Pennoel, oamq.t tto e !lt. l Prideag'a
and told me Arthur btadI left large
debts to friend' in the, iSt. Thee
debts, hoe lid, were large elougil to
praptially oOutniTmo alls the intrane,
and he advlted tha as a r.esron why I
shotitd turn ov .to him $2t,000 it In'.
suranee whichA :. t Pe.nellei ft 'i
trust for in V it' . 4 !
"Unaless you do ittl,. there will bs
practcally nothbnin lt .for e." ;
Th o. Mr. Thayr made thi stati' i
on ."t: ;: 7'. .'. -*^ ^M
."I .drbw -the Imtzfree'e from ,. .
Ponnellr' statoew ltd tht his lrott.t,
nuat. tsBal m.4e aintisapropriatiUone. .:f..
motnwy. There is l t amount oft
dobts .alialt the ise te .siSom. O 't
000, and I can't scmeeiW he':Ocul')*#"o.:i."
gOt itoi debtA4 ttl ut nlesh'"
spent money belongingg to "t ':
Thomaus Penn!er,; who haSl biee t',
itg as attorney for Ntins-.l' esUtate
whe een today wasi uniting to d..i;
elose anything rega *srding' tlenWe. money tresaotiofil. Whap' rs*tei ''
whether the iititAtmet rieg ini:g. ble
relations with B0u0 4k, *Wtil Penl l
Is a4d to have wrtten out ust priY.
to bib'death, woou be mas public at
Sthe tinest; Nit Penneyaid4 he, new
'nothln of any! s tatement* *

Automoblle *eeIokt S Plnd Th"t I
Manbhasett, t,1an 4. April. .
fDr, (sarie M. ley,. promlet ;A
pbhyulelsa!~t ? lI, '4 e with his twot
years old, 1.tI 4 a i Ieee$ :* '

tfrto bei' n il s useol *
idnL .As It t bi.a b't bit
-pflight e ant t4o 11

f rom tho roe at r l s down
a low emibealuest qit then sturnEd
upside tow. shdilr W* .
h41e1i$. .15' tif boyslotre 18
to arouse t0.r fathr. maneiu to
drag themb'sele ilt this "il
where help wa.ls au as@..e 4.
Hung Per Murergwd W Ivep
114,141 on. ItAprtl.! rt' boW'
beeper, who l1945.9;wh by iso: three
0wo0ne1 theoitN .elt l h i i .

Sa state ofi m e*tteie *,ll a.pse ad
bet to be osppeolt' by wOArds. Ht
potted hs laoomee tothe *ad, 4.
elatia hs rt ea-e was thapina.w -
stad e..4 be was c Afler.ose by WI. h ,
A4tx l f, Aprilft .-Wllisa
*i b .W.oo s the dhl..a,:
$ .o*lBit so.di J" Vbitini ttii cattto:W ';i":^
of the ll eyi 41e O 4li 4*SJ$ ltii-..: '
tiaEr 0o 5- *t Albany. where t '
WV deputy enat. clerk. Ie g*ra g
t4 Item., Va *s' wan o. .' of b :S'a,;1
plet. o' te VlsI. flw Us ;

V.r1Sh#415* 11.-T'^ t
ofanuaa meA i-t a^fI a ;.'


M). ith ,*The Oiottvice of e theX MnYethodist,

^tgilltestlfV tIat *he^ 've mi:isterRev. Tho. :. Hlay was well
rbi thip mn az bll. were deeply lanp eed with t oerer
d fernn a Wiinreo mo e
'tt A, a Mh tn I. flay preaihq oh 84n
ei*^ lb woulti& (m setbj' fo 4Blesse4 Are you ; E for They Oan
(oi lW a Se lr e e^o r s, r They tl i
l n etu Av ;to .Viis, n her Ae Ite l andliede bl be
Af hiXotil 0 atA,. 0' m.ter an d i *4 Wlq wert o anne i ,r: 1
hP d Win"b e At po.......to rf the s*mo" h...
S 4tv from fome tfhair th the ab o ,ev. W. I. Carpenter
S! tdU6 of retuo to o areh1tho e churh Mai
1hi"ho"iau the il ails. ior W. L, '~y. weleome the ne-e
4 a tter| to~ h i~ Girl A-, ter in beha0t0 iet,1 1ot 4bettonMattion
ad t flower an& "r. I. P orone hfit behalf of leve. t
bs ti wil be d Holley of the t Iptit
*t th iam o orehr oi who w prevented fo y'.
OWNd f 6r;44,i a of sk ItJ!Uswel.i
an US
.an r 1 i eel br e no. c ned Mr.,Hy in behl of they papr

0, i. dose :':Mo"t;z~: tope anti. we

fuse' h entty, pie:. d by W.he C.W lwoul'-d
hsith t his Jttra i ce of welcome in batfl
OJiV8 en 0el add resekd 1o hiswit so ng his.gratifltation

t ,
.X thI letter awdrs to Me e feltht. Itn Has d ton, oh 800i Park i
wel r way 1aslu l num e c Ave., K .taa O ty, Mo b wrlte b ol. V
001gl% shwg lwht00ipad.
Sl o0 cer hin g the o di o an HOirtwo v chldr had F severing

g S nw,* s. He alo senot a hek T. Jackson, eugho, owns on them .P
Swhihwai drawn upeith n the eastern hoame of beautiful Wauourld
^ation. Bnk w of b heies oity o fte L ao iConetort hd lnod aora1ge go0 es n

.~I tyrei ou ohe lechwekre wa Hdrifedy fth in e ieonty, was in Ht t
4 bay fel sahono cityaturday and made Te Sn an

W a thttwo:weks agreeable yall. e
thealet er adr a ned to s feel thrt it haJ a saed their lives.., t
w d a s faro ai- o pr. n thirty acresby wa neer inal

n ti~ hstd b 'en, anidevfor tM. It.1 moe flourishing condition, being ab-
o drug stor ie anticipates the. d
i tn~eogralltws which he hid paid. a .
d lWo papers showing theeon Hto wth his orine. grove,
at rtedeeat al- of, confde ioonk W. T. Jackson. who owns ton tae e
70wh alost disa the eastern shor of t aoupes, as tiful Waub la rge acre-
tnWhen Bfthe ws of ov age in oucnbersoftomnest orange grove, ad
S a t divulged to er, a and staple rop in the counthas l was in the
aihietes soiheIs n.a delateodi tyin botcotton arnd made The Sun tan

It. Wlstestaedor a time th the pes to ake hi irt shipment of
itt ld, pr fatso. cucumbers, wthirt acres, was never ine a

dnah4froe and.her another dad about tihe Itproz.i g
oo After La Grippe-Whdiion, g abt?
h eat he tookesth, og ia oneyPa lutely la hacking downwith blooand and n
% .b diMi1ki9 They hav young orange of. we antiipaten thed
itteel was veory much de to fatal ruts after the tient is
to fer h UbnD4 And naturally 06 connootion with his orange grove, I
grqt de of, oonfidenroa i n Mrl Japokson have plated thirty aore
Obiwai 0lmoot diqtrnated and of cantaloupes, sa welIIas a large aero- it
.*tt eqUInt When the howats ot hia pot in eouibeys, tomatoes, etc.,.a.id a
aiwasept w ulged to her, and ada Staple rop he haro planted heavily
la hoas* totit h i dei oa l ever fndIn oth cotton an cogh n.if take i

auler i t to hi witt, hen e xpno tW to Maken hio t hipent of C0
| l o d oio e unibere, which will be very fine, 1
SSteluds where l he is rotherm A d about te lt prox.. '

Shearrdin Key s gong va Pa. Me After La Ghool Borippe-Whard.?
Bl ad MIAlman and he ine n U Tse regular hackinoycough amd a g o te

hi eured employment t in the Bilrd of l'ubiie In.truction of Alaueua t

1"i*i*P4d whimlehs Aigtliea e Suirlnt.ndemnt h-olhway, a ful I.
1t t Whok r, oral feeling ofo weakn,, oftieni lead, e

"I '-knowrt hefIler(f two The meeting w a void of wythmngof
Stirald, who 1. probably ing to fealti trest, the or the patines be-

eh tu e thoy of. Mr.'aStowere lug thaoW'eof thegular routsedha. ni
0,loe lst tW1 learned that Win- guaranteed t re thgrpecough v
1tf, ai..a kipt hib bi r hplacey n uan d n iak y ou earong an wll. Te t d
06.ial hoeer pl -wouIdnotnhever fatlAtostop a olungh if taken in
ndivige it to hi r wtaeheneno tak no substitutes. W 0- i
one k%-w;. where he A--_o-.. .. -s------- 1

iromnh t oreps i tnof otho r wi th '1he;
hope tb~t' wotlmd 'eventually 4evelo
thtoboi 0% 'ireq y bsentqe hisel

iti can be as taied, so

k Winfapt", very v ittle^if his -li
ans eaditer has ever come to liht,
and. he has slimy been known a
Qharll@Aiderson, a young printer and
I4ourit'lst 'who appeared to be stkvinig
for a, *'i tence,.
Andersou first ac.w to Newberry p'
ittle tore than a year ago. In that
Zwn h4Whas-greeted by people who
eit tnein44 'to aismit hh i and he es-'
4abished the Newberry '66.tte
e a at the on ew-
rrwy was, not finanially ,ble to sun.-
p~ot a newspaper, whben' he oved the
lan', which' was the property of .' .
Kay. to, Alehua, whero~he launched
,he Altabhr nquircr.
Y otng; Ahderson, being posssesed of
imost* genial and entertaiping nature,
4api4ly ied the cnfidence of the
est eleenti of the town, and it was.
lot many weeks before the appearance
f the paper led the public to believe
het It was on a sBrong basis. By .his
l e mOerms he gained the confidence of
Number of business men who not on-,
y patronvised him, ibut it is said ad-
an ced Jmh#m funds temporarily to help
h6e venture along, as they realized a
newspaper was a big advertisement
or the t:on, He. not only borrowed
money,it is ;said, but ran a great many
ills' with the merchants of the town,
wrho ld4 not push him in the matter of
'olleotio'.nsi. No 0ne ever doubted his
sincerity ; and here s where the story
On Saturday, tho 28th, it is said Ah-
lerson boarded the northbound train.
He told one or two about the station
hat he was going to take a run up to
RighSprings-but.he has not returned,
mid some of hia '4ed6tors are beowm.
ng anxious. In ths in meantime the good
people Ot Alacha have no newspaper,
md the plant is lying as silent as the
omb, .

Q. H. S. VS. E. F. S.
ting Bas1ball Game Between
8chq.l Teaim;,. .
It game between the fainesville
School and, thve .'aat Florida:
imry Saturday t eBoon resultedte
todry for th4digh School, by a
( 18 to 12 '

....... P.... Shult, 2nd

0. F. ......
0. e. Eeaw i iond of the
t; of i ts falas Ini the State. It
.. the Waldo first team atdron
de,.. ..2 B ....... ...Riehards

oy f tr.....aveling. expenma
Oata, mits, etc. To meet this de-
here is now about, $10 in the
ry whie.k has been contributedd
eititens of GainesTlle. As they
k a good deal all contrlbittions
gladly rearived by N. Strobhar,.
or, or b. H. W. M'Cormack,
r. .
Broketdt t.Houso.
L QBn0nm of Ceavedis, V.., was
Sof his ostoatyi health. by in-
of chronfe eonstitatlon, 'Whenn
ag's New Uift- Piit ; broke into.
>ts, his ttie was < arrested and
ce's eutrly, %uared. They're
teead to: ea*te. 2 at, all drug

,, ::.g .


s, and
*n Know
ji&g Sur-

r citizen,
rling his
, Ander-

rest deal
of his
Ytor left
a34 two
4S it is
i a are- in
; that he
butt en-
as to his

cOan who
Ao f the
been a
ST ever


.,EA.L $.,TAT, IS ATIV,.
Three Valuable Transfersin This Qity
W. : iin Past Two Day,.
It we are. to judge by the maoter in
winch real estate i changing hands,
the people are manifestinig,. great deal
of confidence in ;Gainiesville's future,.
The real estate market is active, and
every few days some transfer is made
which demonstrates the importance of
our O t. '
Philhlp Miller; Monday closed a
trar.sation with Dutton & Co., where-
by he came into the possession of the
A. ". Colclough property in South
Gainesville. The residence on this
property was destroyed by fire a few
months ago, but it is understood that
the new owner will immediately lre-
build a neat and commodious dwelling.
This is one of the mostdesirable prop-
erties in South Gainesville, and Mr.
Miller's friends are congratulating him
on the new purchase.
One of the prettiest places in East
Oainesville, the garden spot .f the
oity, has passed into the hands of J. B.
Padgett, the naval stores operator of
Paradise. This property is located in
the new additioat.to East Gainesville,
and was owned by W. B. Thomas. The
deeds have been transferred, and Mr.
Pa4g4t1 expects to shortly remove his
Interesting faiilly to this eity.
W. R. Thomas alsooid4 to 3. B. Mc-
Donald f Prarie reekea valuable lot
In East Galneaville, upon which the:
tnew owner expects sooa to erect a
aundsoime dwelling. This property is
ls1 located in the vicinity of the new
addition, which is developing rap-
A Brilliant Wedding. '
At the home of the bride's parents,
Sunday, April at half-past eleven
o'clock, Miss Ethel Kellum, the. beau-
tiful and a.eomplished1 daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kellum of Gat p-
ville, and Mr. Henry Bryan of the
same place were united In the holy
bonds of matrimony, The bride was
attired in a lovely white silk, with or-
ange blos oms. The groom wore the
conventional black. 'The happy couple
left on the 2 o'clock train. Q0 a bridal
tour for Jacksonville. They returmtd
home April 6th. May their every
Ofbud have a silver ining.
A WxsLWisnea.
Confessions of a Priet. :
levy. Jno. S. Cox,, of Wake, Arkl-
weIles: "For I.2years i, teme4 t',"
yellow jaundice. I c60ulted amber
of physieians and tiled all aorta oft
medicines. b.a got no rh Tha
btwgan t he ie of 1e"otrl B1thtes and,
(0 s n nowuated of adisease
that n,,. ,, i'a gsp. ':fsoi r twv
yefa- **' n waa: | eiablis ts
. .. r.. a;-r '.-N,
0lf h

jdiappearanqe i certainly sBit
It rumor has it correctly, ti Xb
told his good wife that he ws ,
oat 'of to*wR 1W t make a l,'

When the.: shde of night ( aI g
to its tbosom" the la447 *
husband did hot re tme V be-
came impastient, ut,, she-a t
self with the thought ,ha 44,46
'had been anavoidibly!dealnet,
ever, fifteen .:days have elp
still his graceful and devoted oi g as
not darkened. the threshold o 'his
home, and no information a:c be ad;
concerning him. ..
Saves Two From Death
"OOur little daughter had 'an
fatal, attack of whooping. cougilr4
-bronchitis,"- writes Mrs. W._ :
IEaviland, of- Armnonk,'N. Y,i ,
when all other remedies fa4il, e
saved her life with r.l Klng'*' e
la)iscovery. Our niece .who ,ha4on-
sumption in an advanced: sta.sge" a:
used this wonderful meodi6ine ai to-
day she is perfectly well." Desetrate.
throat and lung diseases yield to Dr.
King's New Discovery as to no other
medicine on earth. Infallible f!r
coughs and colds. 50 and $1.00 bo.j
guaranteed by all druggists, '.l
bottle free. "T .. ::, -
Klrkwood Man .ays Oran e^ trvies
are: looking FineF Than for ears
'"Our section will ship in !thote 'h
borhood of o ,000 boxes of orangetW at
sr:son," remarked J;. i. i.mee otA' f
K 'kwood, w ho is one of ath best
poted men in 'the county, in seklpg
of, he orange prospects Tuesday. Z-
have never seen the trees tboklttSi
better in my life, They 'a rlo4de'
down with blooms and ',young'009 t t
and the fruit is holding'.. weUll.
makes a fellow feel good, t'ort' bi s
are rapidly reuming the appiiie t:h
of the good old days when ,our br t pg
groves were our mainstay. "
Mr,. Eerson says tihe .-iefa t
condition of the weather" has pov$ :.
big backset to.the trulikersi but the
would be considerablee shipping f omt
his section .
A Love L :tte
VWotld "ot .1iw 0.; ye0 If 16e'0
lookiog for gMa 4 alve forces,"
b4rns or- piles. Otto l t of smey,
Mo., writes: .'I soffe i
sore for a.a ar, but- a bo of
Arnica alve e^re cue. Its' h
alve on earth. eZd at all dr ug t
S:Attention, Comrade ,
All members of Sto.f ewaU
14$, C. V ., wishing "itteMt bai.

:day bf May,19. will plea, s ov1
onee to this camp so preparaidn
be sade. in ew Ordlaas i t
, artrem. By requsetofG iNm
, Col. a tr: .e .neral .l ..
*I^ Ho'*n .r ..'e' a..s..., ...

PoItv'* Jttoay '0
A Mt



'ir*^ to Daa AlaMho4
teWill bea4o, -
:: ~te.^.E^iL | :!i^,i1

t pS "AREna in EAFEst

ares the $ohomnq I P*I^s *

ne-EqtsbHishment of Qldb H
)1imaville iS : th;ate ,'
th*rbig tbing whlcmh will pro
adaIful, one .of' $te most
ms i t,, ,he history '

dotRiaS 'tt

'knt, p6yltion an f othek* vp 1ss'la*0i
usemeint' eill be ionstrnted.',
t resort will be coupectedi with,
fe by an .eletrlo railwa4,
149i6l4v0de every prwipo]p
^ re"OU the ity and f urisha'
edtimon with this, it will mean
mst : ufacturing ooneerue
now using steam and olter
lat inoonvenienoe and ex .
hl u eusppl.e4 width, ate
'nominal otet, thus making
e torinsJtterests f otheofty
A ree portance w h will
oI attra Q jg their industrB(t^!
l4^r the past week W. foamp,
*nv of ,the famous Paine's Pralrie,
nat4ehola.. 1ke, together with las.
S0itfham A nd other capialists, have
eeo "erlously oonsidoering the advisa.'
tyFo constxeing a dp around'
that is no as Alsjo hus nk. The
)quit information' of the i :earth in
Is wnti'n is ell know nd ,an, ex-.
|4; surveyorr has beeUi4 Iployed to il-ft
4Mi4ate the feasiblity of se:. ring ei
alleround outlet to the Sl^. Ater
*riettai iarvey anld estiiatioa at' fo
b* cWaraiter of the eont4r i thei, ex-
S ow days ago 0.made hifi. al re.-
t, and 8a'turday. Messrs. nGrham

Caa) andi other' interested. in, the
pftaet pent the entire day sounding,
InOpeaking to the repdotewr in re-
Sgard to these investigationn, .Gira-
ham stated that the phrty sounded
sevyora places in Alaehut Sink. In
.me places ~ lite seventy-five tfbet in
length was lowered without touching
Sottom,.which e lead the promIoter of
his: gtrei ishbemh to the: belief thaet
there han underground outlet through
whibh thre overeowed water from the
aMbe passed. r.' Gr. hm
ter ted that preparation were
w bel mie, and that the etperi-
ldbe aerta1ity. .*Thereis
d*'ebt but that this is goi*ugWo
big thing for us el1 if it e praec-
,ble, he said, "and we believe that
At any rate, we cannot deter-
i0e" this fact until It Is estetd, and
.this we propose to do as soon as we
x ti^ a' riiment turns out. at-we
op aoutbene4 the bankerT, al-
ompany will be organised and the vi-
inity of the fsink will be transformed
into S* batittful resort. An electric
Is wirll be constructed to the'
p asee handsome club house imd 1m-I
en5 pavilion *11 'be constructed,
rthlh alairaly means that other at-
Sant d amusement* will fol-
say'sythat'amplet powree
Vd a l: 4ltelr the people of
: pritoses, and In'
ta of McDonald action of the
put *Ssm engine, out

tB eo4 a.tSa**t 0 ls.
3 *eeaa ,Zb.t^spe..

I)n atSt 'e.........

!L: I':Ni
fc^'*;*:>^ !w

Wiy break your ock to k p your floor'ileanf

40 the WOR: W i ihalf *"1twic th t athlf the COst. it' the. modern
ning sbstitute frt soap A househid thout GOLD DUST i-s ort as
dly o s ship without a udder. For yur own sake try GOLD DU$T In
a4n.: YOtCllP never ga n be without itY

,b1e .>i ,, :,;,,, oYrk . M a @ OVA IY" SO,. ,

.IN juStie-1 COUIAT,
r --"'--
White' Man Who Qave Hi Name as
wiliams S ent Up for Vigrahcy.
A youtllg white ian who gavo his
name as Will-inmt was arraigned In
.Tustice Colmai's oboirt Satuiday upon
a charge of vagrancy, and was son-
toneed to three months in the county
"gang,". .
Wi'llams appears to be known as a
prof-fesional tramp. Ad old drbous
saqck.erved as a shirt, over which ho
wore a huntln jacket, and when ar.
rested every pocket was "flle4. with
food, comprislng a variety which ?ould
nobt.help'butpleae the niost fastidi-
okU. It he hiEd steered clear of Sheriff
Feln.el4's house hl might have eluded.
arrest-buit he did not know that, be-
oeaie he did not know Sheriff Feinnell

from the proverbial side of sole
leather. It did ,not require long to be-
come acquainted, hOwever, for, when
lie knocked on the theriff'e front door
that official attended the alarm per-
"What dp you want?" inquired the
shorf ,'
"witnt something to eat," wal the'
ready reipoilet .
..'You have your pocket full now,"
said the s eriff, observing :the stutfod
pocket, of the hunting jket, ?.0 w hi
resembled greatly the appearance of &
big bauball in a small boy's trouser
"That'i none 'of your busifmes; I
want you to gIv mne something and
give it to. mae quik," was the grufl
commatud "
"I'll sacomtmodate yor,"' rplied
Sheriff Fennell. "'1Ill give you some-
thing and I'll give It to you quIck--but
It wont be grab." And .he did, Width
the above reult "
heriff Fenmtll departed an the noon
traen for the uto, having IU n custody
the hobo and Emory Jones on 1'te"
berry, who w s eotleed Wednesday
for carrying eoneesled weapons and
* en ,ned, to ix neaths on tbo
P"g -7 g." :
Solid Oar Lorts W1 I .ot v 'From
This Section Before tihe 1Wfh.
<) Owing' .to tiro< %h#Vtl( ot. ,9- at
al,, ,odtion of the weat"hr In this
.: ion. for several. eek. tie pduce
ofr.lhi .tk. farms uin: boost':i m .
rish1y set '-bck', with. t -ir is lt.. (hat
the shipments this season w .ie' at
least three weeks beWhimd' tboe of
former year< .. ..
SIn .coaversaton with T, .: Witllls-
son, agent for tbe. C. F. X. este l. bi
section. yesterday, that Agaetisms
stated that etphipt"ea' would eat bu.
gin in earnst tintil his a.t. lst.'
Theri wrll bt a few solid ears frote the

liainsun beheres that t00e shipetsBt of I

,e xWOI|l4e crop, if prtese l t"
fort fo a. ything
S t and 1.


roham, Tn4A*tat If '

kins in a amo" Grove.
Property Was Owned b y Phlifer & Wat-
kins-Located at Nocatee, DeSoto
County-Mr. Phifer W., Remove to
Ne* Possesson.,
The DeSoto County ,e os of the .80
inst. has the following to say, which
will prove of interest to the popWl of
this section, both partli6 being Ala-
chua countian.:

r mon-y .efunded. Contains

Ilas opened e large and wel(%. .
oeleced p Lk tof

"One of the most important tran,- GENERAL
fers ever made in oraing,* property in At
Florida was consum intepd ,last
Wednesday when Col. 'T. f WattW dAn thlvit
conveyed his undivided half inteereit eXpa no, Is
in the fanious Watkins A hfer grove ~rt isn thf
at Nocatee, to his partner IMr will. ptI
B, Plifer of alnesvle. ,Th deed, for tlo.
flid on record in the olsr"it oflico, ote or
shows the conmlderM(.ion to l eve bern nJ 1r4O UN
.".he grove is ono of the igest and ilSeOE
prettles t in Florida, and ,i ,u!t W .Of. ,
picked from It has becom' aLouL* the A s 44'iS
country over for beauty -Ad la-vor. oss
Col. Watkins and hi. parte Mr, hi.
Phiter, ptshbased the aWve bout se" S4
sfrvn years ago for 's "omi ngoo, and .i
under the personal supervialo of Col. id e*As:0.,
Watkins I tnhs been made "a th.ng of w1
beauty and time met val 4 poite ic ,,
of orange property in tlie $$ie. There MM
Is altogether between eistye, 0V*1b'. Wwn wf e
ty ..ors in timeh gve oroa^ ^ abo, s L. ) irt^
tres. It I, a onumOeOpLt o),; Was, tt. er 40cr,,anit ac
kin.' e'lletints. management, dj f ..i.......
spet,4 that Mt. Ph1fer, iia now s o
.o. :proprietor, will kW>eep i ga~pe 'p t *ijV
to its piwesnt hig.h stadrn 4 o .to I
"The )fews l inftormed th$ $. Ph.. ,', r
fr Will. move on .h0 pro0. asm w"'
earlyy .dat and :nake.. 6-I i4 8 1 s', rI"
eo'n"y.4i *r d Ul 4 1w ift O ,at
esolsr an: s.i Ire ss'ecs Item,

e'o: ,No r,, :

...... E Y j. h Yt t
^^'.''^Rilmliirtt4 Or if

Arredomdo, PFlt.,
es thme patrturigao tho peo*
,ousity. Bt'img ',iht r tsmatl
I. anmtrant .
il setiOt on nil lirns,. and
prospeoive purhnise t

. t... II. O r.O HA.. JX ,? !
mtmikdw an ftlm.-L I'v *.kj


e Apt
a tlK o.r C..A. ...* ..
A! wi, a ,

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~ neesils. -.
reet V'S*5U
swss'e' I~hs~
see ~suwt~~ me
A4MkRMs.sIis~ '

-- -100.MI^fl

3s __ SEAS
to td B id

Members *of Commisnioh^e ,
Coun ci to G L r L O#. 0 I;
County Oommis.l ones. ....t. U th.
NoCes0Ity of R elevlK th1e Co of Rsade, Take Definite Actlon' ,hd
SAsk Qo-Operati of Coouncli.
The queaston of hard roads has 1 be e
agitats4d tQ ioh rn extent, that tho
County CoAmitaloter. are .gtoig to
take some definite otlon.. Thia .pi
greusive ~ody relses the1 im.t
of roda to the 0Ounty fro to.f A,
point of tlOWi Tthoaday the question wse UiilcUistt *iti
lengtlh It was evident .thitesiry,
member ot the board wam htartly It
favor of the movem-nt, biut h outo*
on whiftch arose wal th- beat., el
mot praotloal manner In wh1.ich t 4
V'The q tion was. f"pally oott b
A m11oki to itho ufolat th.iat Qha,nW
.'hoini and OoimmiY lonerI~amey, as
to .committee front m boa vl
N Marion eouny atm onco afnd. i ie tw
working of tho wrid mcinftoliitey 'ee' t .
ly l.aoed in' commeniston by "tiA coun.
A motion also prevo ldfltKht fthe @ ^
b1ialmin vaqo N o. m o mobtwo ot tihe .
*ity Counall to adoompiy then,. tDr.
Thomba iseleoted :cAldermten MoArtthr.
a.iidI cdrlk, both ofr whom have Ao-.
cepted, a-id on the. noon train boday
the eutlomeun will go to OcaiR f1100*41 i
pUirpo.so of e0tamin .into the pt4.'
tioshlilly and .oapoilty of road 'wmi, -
h nery. ' :
Tlimovement on the. AOrtb of tAb
commitssioners la to b-o ommendi, ...
li is the f6t1 4eflnlt step.taken foethi
bettermeo it of tha ti l. :t- "s'.ti
* Alderman Ped*icki, tin s.peikting
road mohlinery Jast nlght, epsesett
:himself favorable to e1o0tig0 .: 'M*
ohine. 1e veryl, sn.(ly0ry. I
that If-the eIty 4.nd 4oot00JY ottt ,4
rusher all the rock whti'l ha e
tinken from Univeruityl atte: '5 t pi
a ong HFwheetwste r b r1i goi
properJ orutSed and s aO,#4 fPOtO
oswOtlot, an.t the rnet. s wpi.h 4
thoroughfare. blot ladltiO ttan
C hronIc Sronabtis urie
Nlf'or ten geavs I had ohrqanq bggg
chis so ba'ftil.^. at timce I coit4 h
speak above a whisper, Writese ),
Joseph 0ffinmau,ofainmoreneI, yW
"f trled all ette as avai ab o, A

rHony sn4 2Tat" IJ a s'"e

nitO*ee b heb :masa l 5 ar. .i



"g tthriff IIg4 1'a4Q they'
'6aii h sbisioin of' (1,4
~re. fy #v e thpy will be a unit

trees Whey ill sar the all

5.seq to annd, with a .provie'n for 'the,
A, t otiWvok f the difre a0nla 'on refinO d
t,1 c a line igar. I,: expected 'that Speaker
ent!r6a d .nnont wil rule the amendment oIut
uf pkde', but an attempt will be madeo
eents for thre, to gain asistance from those RepUtbl-.
ts: 01rates. as who' attached' such 'an amend-,
ipnnt toJ the Cuban reciprocity bill and
rtpp 1at tieteOtief adopted then, over-:
roilag the chair.,If ,this 'is not su-p.,
^'^"'~' J staps of acessful a tariff bill' will be introduced
0than st sofltS: and samn of theo Democrate believe
S they will be ,able to secure sufficient
strength TOfrm 'the Republicans, whose-
'eoalority: in the ouse will be only.
4" thirty to pass it. This'hope'is based
yf e estern
on 1 71 and northwestern Repubileans made'
1 their canvasses last fall. on a promise.
Storevise the tarifff., Such hopes are'
* onI p ear..,....41 0 not.- entertained with enthusiasm by
theolder 'Dernocrats, however..
ei will, tat4id6n the use of Thoe Demoorats are Watehing with
ls irlsc onry, but will the keenest interesttOhe politicalsitua-'
11f # them pt a par with tipnw 'in' Iowaiand Ohio. Se*ator
S niet Money has .aid, and' his view. meet
d 0^wj '. with genera l approval, 0th4t any Dei'n-
V ,Ule a reich se*ist, hba l Pt who carries either of these pivot-.
tha 4m emits heat. l States will stand an excellent'
ivery aU be v ble bt a chae of securing the presidential
f' iN s f $00,00 a pond, it inotination,ti 'There seems to be:little
not likely to tai "he place of coal. prospect 0of Ohio's electing a. emo-
r ....''o 0ratioL governor, although'. M. TIn
T4 e ost rlarkble feature of the gale calndidao~yfor the'mayoralty of
S Poa...le ..ep.rtthen apdal Aeas Ci ati is appreelated to be -sel
to b th tht te eged corrupt allied with the gubernatorial nbmina-
tion f ar ly 't elt of the in* "ion wext- fall. If Mr.t Ingall could'
.enc. of individual members of Con- iwin the governorship, he would doubt-'
rs_ less be the PDemocratic national eandi,
yre' __i_.._a _h,_'_Jdat. In IOwa there is believed' to be
enitr Baon sys plainly tht the greater possibility of a Democratic
deal,4 of, lut '4 eoeratic party ios victory. G ovrnor Oummins has edu-
r to rNve a few biksfrc n eqted a large faction of theo Itepubli,
h p of he tart w so tht the an party to believe in. tariff revision,
pomay ave some change gast and 'if* Presldermt Roosevelt demon-
titrust. strates.to.the lowans on. his. western,
trip that there is no hope of any prac-
ost of te coal trike tooper- tial:revision,. It Is possible there
a, *ta$ute 46to 00,0; to mine would be a considerable opportunity
companies" "25,000,;^to transport'- for a strong Democratlo gubernatorial
lont companiess: $2d8,o00,QO. Yer and candidate.
Ste poo man ho boh al had to The President has started on his
pay all theosts. '' sixty-six-day western trip, dui ing
Which he will travel nearly 15,000
One member ot'the United States miles. He will meet with many fae-
Senate is 82, ten art over 70, and only tions of his party and will have n diif-
seventh are under 0. Of the 87: Oon- cult task to reconcile all he meets and
Sgresmen in the Flfty-seventh House avoid giving offense. Many of the
there are only flfty-meven under 60, older members of his party expressed
One was 80, another ,7 and another 71. relief when his trip of a year ago came
S ... to a sudden end at Indianapolis, and'
l A IpublLcan governor and a ,4em- some of them now regard his long ex-
oratmto mayor .Will participate in the pedition as a dangerous experiment,
fte eption given by" Chiago to the but if he gives serious offense and
President. This '"* "as it should be. robs himself of some votes in tho na-
1 mha" it comes to giving the President tional convention some of the members
a good time politics should be forgot- of the party will shed no tears.
d:: ttn. **' /' . Evidently the President regards the
ratificationn of the Panama canal treaty
~.. nth of new railways but la with great confidence, as he has aun
the Uied States l~as~t year is over thorised the Isthmian Canal oomminu
Q miles. The States which ld the alon t make a trip of Inspection over
< mat. t i re. Oklahoma, 170 miles; Te- the route of the canal. The working
61 :, 80 miles; Arkaiy as, 8t70 miles,; members of the commission, wilt sail
Ildian Territory, 868 miles; Georit' from New York, probably on the 9th,
l r 8. miles. f tor this purpose, and they will be ac-
'd''..i. th ....... Fair- : comnpanied by Major William M. Bla k,
S:; ofence around the World's Fair who hs accomplished much in the
i. '.t.. Louis will be six miles work of cleaning Havana and s1lvintg
Ipy g1. Sto-ps) have been taken to ha the sanitary problems which eonfront-
this built at once. The grand stand ed this government when it took po*-
t, the Ceutennial ceremonies on April session of Clba. Major Blaok, who i s
SQ: May 2 and i, 1905, will seat8,000 a member of the Army Engmneer
: o ,'. .^ .,-..^. T..- -. .with the Canal Commission, and ex,
I The Cotton Trado Journal, published pets to make so thorough an inspeo-
:i Savannah In the interest of the cot- tion sof the canal zone as to be able to
tei. n 'industry, is one of the bost joaur- form his plans for improved saanitatloni
a ae d its 'kind in the country. As a even before the treaty is ratified. the
SejMI,.# i s< statements are absolutely au- tilt vork of thm United States in eon-
r izu*; J an4 correct, and it serves as a notion with the canal will be the

of valuable information to the eleaningof the cities of Colon and
otifinterests of this section. Panama. and other towns along the
........ 'w route, with the hope of nltatrilly im-
l ^an ae ueeIGtible of greater proving the sanitary and hygffientlecon-
ll^ #gg aaet aered the' statutes ditions prevailing there., It is appre,:
h thei'ton for the lBureau of elated that' tismuat be dotne to pr~
the terms of- which: vent a repetition of the fearful loss of
.e'IOt e r ins the life which attended th0 active work of
ia the country tihe French company on the ?anal.
p b btd. played iun thed The nal exchange orf ratiatios rof
t lQ i be ued as he ie Cuban treaty hb been elected
see t qmaestlonsM r. land now only 0 e tpprovsal of Que.
eW t1 believe he gress remsasto imake operate thei
Mci te power ptrovisiCTI of the raty. In thais co.-
ea e t i o fh t0
^^^il^^P^.^ 10414 1: uku: 4"116,11^

iti change.

ope raili gte.raintha poeticat, their
irmp possabe offt0e o0,

makiunst r.aio a incte :l tyin hea of
6 eonfaaue, e o0e0-

I ted wPojeet rovts feasible, and.i

w,0Q0 hoae-power wowle 1 make it pos-
sible o operate an electrical power
ompanVi that would furnish powter for
every industry now in the city, bfaides
rumnntlp a line ofeare to 'the city and
tuburban 'towns. A poperly 'own-

abuAtti6ng property. The broad ex4
tpase oft the lake would strengthen the
poier, iand whatever iS done will ad.,
anca e ,,the interested of the dify ". s..;

foribeatiirg and fljenag, and such a
pot,a easy wold no aest fromthe city,

would havea tendency todraw people
to Gaineaville during the winter, who
go 'elseWhere to find amruaement.
With ltlhe best drinking water in the
States a, place of amusement and pas-,
t.me os at hand Qain'eeVille would
a rely advance anhd become one of, the
loading winter resortsi.

n: nof the best adv e tlemeonhs that
wa ever pat out by a Florida enter-
prlse was' ite sending of a car through
h ldNorthe-n States, several years ago,
loaded with the fruits grown here.
Many people had no' idea that such
oranges, lemons, pineapples, etc.,
were grown here, asid i4twas the means'
of bringing a large number to this
Stte to reside. A display at the St.
Louis fair would be another surprise,
as the advance within the past
few years would show to the world-,
who will beat the fair-that Florida,
produces as fine fruits as can be had the
world over. The most densely popu-
lated portions of the United States
are within easy acces of tihe State of
Florida and a fine display would cause
many to come here t4 isee for them-
selves, and when they are here we
have to feed them. A goo4 display at
St. Loufi would be a good advertise-
ment, and advertising pays.

The managers of the First National
Bank of Florida, which collapsed in
Jacksonville a few weeks ago, had an
opportunity to sell out some time be-
fore the brek ecame on a Latis which
would have enabled them to have paid
dollar for dollar. This behigthe case,
the stockholders and depositors ought
to find some way of holding the direct-a
orse and other .offltials responsible oin
some way ior the break. The deposi-
tors will get but little of what they
had in bank. There ate incidents when
it might be weoldto a'ply 'the Chinese
banking laws in this country.

During hi tlopa President R osevelt
expects to afeonulakte a few planks
fori a epublioan platform, but up to
date the material he has gathered is of
a poor quality. le 'gave Admiral
Dewey an underhand blow n hisw Chi-
cago speech, belched' forth about the
dMonroe doctrine, buthis attack on the
trusts s of no account, and really,

ing to protect the birds and the H ur
manoi Society isolng all l can t for the
four-foot4d animals, will no one say a
word for the unhappy lobstere who are
broiled 'alvt te the benefit of the

igourmands? -.
If the rii ill tnmotunt to ouiy about
so any inches ealh eari, a dry spell
may be looked for Wit. much certainty
in Alaebhua UnAtyl i lter in. the sea-.

Thoe thtrdnt branh of the Florida
legislature was on hand before the
sWeieoto was 'well otiadei way.. The;
graftert comtr par)y an stay late.

Juslt 'what oiib have been e tpected
from he tipue he a. irleds dfiat an.

lr} the 1 dot ev a

NleiB s betwfep neait, beiohin, Yyp
l(tag, *11en40, #te- f eofoKi he
irache, patt i h the ,sato, areh al

otli evdigsf0ovor othetam r
symptr me of Oa peplt, id the6pger,

Aitc is leCed the ardrt to ou it.

Uood$;.bega ppgfood's parsiart
aye -taken id per g:o enttle y -,o tcur
ndtreagthen n d tone thealmostorachaytin i
other digestvo orgamps fo the oatdralno
perfolinaltce of their functions.
Accept n o subgtitte fsor H.ood'As.
"* had dyspe sti twenty-ftve years sad,
toolt diferentf medicines but got no help
d I bega i tinrullg Rood's Sar.spartoa.,
ave taken four botannlea of this edicnthe
nWell. hate no cramp In may stomach, non
burning-and no distresst Mits. Wzziws
0, BABOrrr, 14 Olney St., Providence, B.5
our, and keeps the Dromlaea *

The fourth annual convention of the
Interstate National Guard Association
'will be hold at Columbus, Ohio,. com,
rieneing at 10 o'clock a. m. on May 4,
It is expected that the conVention
this year will be exceedingly'iampor-
tat and fill of interest, as matters in
'elationt to the interpretation of the
militia iaW adopted by Congress, and
the new State iiawapassed, by iutany of
the State Legislatures in 'oniily
thlreto, and having a ver tmatorial
bearing upon the status and control of
the organized militia, will come up for
Hon. 'Elihu Root, Secretary of War,
has accepted an invitation to be pres-
ent, and will address the convention
on the afternoon of Monday, May 4th.
Re has also agreed to invite officers of
the War Department and Regular
Army, representing, so far as practi-
cable, each branch of the military ser-
vice, to be present and participate in
the discussions, which will certianly
form ah attractive feature of the gen-
eral program.
All of the officers of the Florida
.State Troops are invited to attend this
convention, but the State will be en.
titled to four votes, or four official
representatives. These will.be select-
ed by the executive committee of the
Florida National Guard Association,
but have not yet been named. Adju-
tant General Foster, who is a member
of the executive committee of the In-
terstate Association, .has invited that
association to hold its next annual
convention at St. Augustine, and it is
hoped that Florida will send a strong
delegation to support the invitation.
The Interstate National Guard Asso-
ciation embraces within itU member-
ship some of the most important fig-
ures in the Country, and nothing
should be left undone to bring the
association to Florida for its next con-
vention, which will probably be held
in January of next, year.

It the project to prod uce a thousand
horse-power by discharging the waters
of Alachua Lake Into the sink by over-
flow is successful, it will prove an im-
mense thing to Gainesville, our peo-
ple and the promoters. It is doubtful
whether a thousand horse-power could
be secured by a dam site. It is yet to
be ascertained whether the supply of
water in the lake is worth a dam, alt-

though the expert engineer declares it
to be so. The lake will be dammed
if the underground outlet can be so-
cured through the sink, and at the
conclusion, when the experiment has
been made., it will then be determined
whether or not the original idea was
worth a dam.
Each succeeding winter brings more
people to Florida to recuperate and
enjoy thebalmy climate, and the va-
rious cities in the State are making
bids for their patronage. Many of the
tourists remain all winter, and in such
a's event the ladies have to purchase
numerous artioled of wearitn apparel.
Thbse goods are purchased in the cltiep
where sueh people sojourn; hence the
beter ind4iemeuts offered, the more
business the m btchaant gets. And
then. the sen bhae to be supplied with
masiy tletiee for their adornment. ift
e ba i some attraetios for these
pio it adds quiteA largp eash. buai-




ti o., I
oth r
EloE t

nake an
i fthe
to pro-
e retail
e8 effort
ie Jack-
ilth and

wholesatrms tof t iat ;'
A study ,ot .tle a nAihhment laws
will' re dilynindi.cte to t ehost and
f.air-mainaded mn'tha irecesuity for
.amendment exats, bd here is not
the slightest doubt tha thes nend-
meints. are to 6be, ad on more equi-
table. basis tha what is likely to be
proposed frolmi ach an interested
source. The mercant wtlasi for all
he thinks thore is a possible chance of
receiving, but the people will insist
upon their representatives handling
the quest o he ed tht the new
'bill be one guatrarir ein 1 icetp
a Tore is no doubt that the mer-'
chant hasas ight toi cop tthe lax-
ity of the"ebit' snd gre48 t :1.ws f this
State, They'. are ri.icduloIly ibera
and need amendment. Thei can beno
doubt aboOt that. But at their
there are questions to eonsi~'e
nectIon with what the merch.
asking for, and heir cons dera
indicate that there are 'ta
the queationi t iasue, ....
The Sun admits that the y 4ia.
lax and that the greatest loss th
merchant auffers is as a result '
placed confidence in those who
their honest debts. This condt
mitigated very much against the ga
eral business conditions of the Stg
However, if the wage of the.hlusba
or a majority part thereof, i( to
garnisheed, others besides' the.
against whom the process ais 1's
will suffer. .The merchant ha th
right to refuse'credit at any and
times. It would be a blessing i :i
entire credit system In small trna
tions was done away with in thisaswe
as in other States, but tlh. .ithant
ever tempted, for the sake .of 'TI
run risks, and ~, ties he pla.es. hB"-e
self in the attitude .f a stock ptiger.
In this respect thO merchant ifsI' a ia
position to protect himself while those
dependent upon the lead of the family
are powerless to protect theelves 6hin
the event that tihe husband and fa*he* ,
tempted by the credit system, $opa
beyond what his salary will justtly .
Therefore the members of the b0egi*
lature must take everything int, wa.
sideration in framing the new b)Ill
lest the merchant is beuefite4d. the
expense of the families. But .The
sees the necessity for more att'in t
laws to enforce the collection w6
counts and will advocate any meits
which does not gotoo far in either
Senator Depew is worrying :~ot h
possibility of a Democratlo'vtie ~r
the possibility of a change fi
present coinage standard .of the an
Mr. Depew need not worry..
will be a Democratic victory an 4.,
Bryan's counsels will prevail, t'bi
then there will be no return o 00 t|
It is probably not generally t a
bt nevertheless is true, that tti
the large manufacturing flIrms ofIt
United hAtates have established bi
factories in Canada. Every .day A
interests of the United States ai A
Canada are being drawn closer o.
gather, '.* ''* I
The negroes of Mr. Hanna's hoeiu
town have appealed to the crowU*4
heads to protect them fromn" il
enemies, the Arcricans. In the li lS
of Mr. anna's recent extelave p.e>i
sion. bill we are not Ihl er 5l*I'"
prised. .' N
President Roosevelt, who is *s
toragainst childless homes, oguiti t
have been for a few years I %,
with a wife and six children to s i
on a dollar a day. Th.n be
have been qua lided t pa.'n

U ncle Sam thinks he .is.ding,+ i
thing big when he eonitrats ea

or live new battle ships. .uag:',a:*
under construction '71 noWel'al
and will spend 1 eary. aOO,
such ihips this year.
'The warnis rof the '(cois
mission against Pratloal'
ti epate din 'e "a"o '4
nion shoolbe

and are being e.
,ierit of t*ii ei
tI19U*nds of aizh.
tofud the mose:
saint wi',. b ol
oold 3not pr, ar
*e ul e willing
e rKG!t ll. ont

0 01
BO 1:Iro3 .
'^ JIMP **, *:? :^ .I l|

O''^ i '.i ^.'- t"YS

of, these tpl .l.s is the SI
S h. et been. r RE
t O' i wit h h is iot the

* pWardaD whi taEPo 1(odod w tho 6'bei befit or
8re are thwtlhi ng with indigtond PUFF
i 4*4 go0d a ediciue K(oso1 ev t is poaeible that we.040
Wq w$iiat ye to know Ko4dl 4We know it. v6. real- R
this (I to ty ft~ you knew .t would cre you, you A
) MhOeas^t-Is, a hundred-.4 thousand. Let us help you AT

atrantee? A




Cwt lit, Wasits
B 'uen atn important Factor in

$40~: 4w~eks i natteda, a few
...e ..of t r oad 0 f t h, 0".

ha 'n r another and the
Thoh in tI4 biItory of i one of the
t hi01044 4 piles o6f railro-wid
dybi of ths $o e The Florida
S tread .ull, in the early
S tis one of the moist potent
a trte d Wvelaopyent and pov
olfttih Sa+te.l It hbsc, itnhre ites

ina hnti "accomplished a iigreat
4iV o de than ItSdothad hoptedt
natn'h the not proaperousntl s-
n fp ld, this road passed.t hand
1 oute tlee were at one." -They
4 largest ai d best ori ange groves in

ll from prlatyka to ooengageie,
A ttlhoe oa142 miles. There were
Several br7nhes, one from RIo-
to Gai0uesvitle, a distance of ton,
'' tfrom Mwa ma nifeotedio to a

Ox plulk and perae:
Ioy, a digtine of three iles,
ifrAm akl'.atlwn to itira, a ive annd

ll Theya Florida Southern wpasseith
xlhem aloement of th e Plaof thiyro
4r4 wee ovnverted from narrow
AGad i ug..' 'When the great
Jli d the ar Stated tralH. lnt
W1 | ro'l t 'wre among the first
mcae section throtigh whihb the
| ed. *Id cons ult witht iid
e60 0|along.the line'. The

oig vegetables on 4 ex O
le Through this soctjiti
W1ate was manifested to a
4f degree the pluck and perse-
lo of the Florldialn, native and
which won the admiration.
y people in ^ all prits of the Unitoed
SThey went to work with a
fnd today qthre 4te going tfort
*9y4 front alg the line of this' road
~ot y oranges. fromn the redeemied
Rroev, but: other fruIts and vegeta.
bios -y the car and trainloads.'

's Kidney CreM
ks blguaya apd bidder rithgt
Draina.e of Frog AAlly.
tronge will the musical lulliableo
tivrogs sing to aluniber the resI
the classic Frog Alley dis
the ditching gang has cPm
that section witi
tof depression, with
W have ben fo
spots of higo




Regular M9nthly Sssion of City Dads
-Passedj Without peclal interest.
Thlieihorirable City Counci riuot n
regular monthly session Monday even-.
.here were present, President Rob-*
lpso~ Aldermen Broome, Pedrick, and
tA44rthur, and Clerk Dell. Uponi re-.
qUest of Presldet Robinshon, Ald'er-
tria omen.ao tted a.s chairman. : *:"
After the adriing .and approval of
the iAuts, ithe payment of bill afor
the past mon th was taken up and dls.-
po ed o ,.... .
n' the c.asse of -the removal, of the
fence o.n the north sde of the Seagle
property, Church streetwhlch was or,
derid .i oved in' order that the thor-
oughfare might be, straightened, At-
torney E, O. BSfnchez appeared hin
behalf of the defendants. le put the.
counpti ojnnotl.0e to desist from mi4ovw,
ing taidl fetnoe, as the city did not ex-
ercise the right to do so,. A-fer some
discusjlon regarding the matter it was
referred bapk to the street committee
and the city attorney with power to
Ot "
Chairman Broome of the finance
committee made his report, showing
the condition of the funds. This re-,
po't was ompteto, and Aldermnan
'Broome received the commendation of
the council for his excellent work.
The report was ordered published,.
Tax Coll6ctor Ellis made his report,
showing the amount collected for
March, ,7,244.$8. The report was ap-
proved and accepted.
A communication was received from
Royal Cook. Mr. Cook complained
that the assessment on his property
was excessive, sand produced as evi-
.dence the assessment of the State and.
county. He, requested that his city
assessment be decreased to equal that
of State and county, which was grant-
The council adjourned until Monday.
evening, when preparations for the
election will be completed.
R. A. Becker Now Sole Owner of. Liv-
ery of D. A. Robertson & 0o.
The Interests of D. A. Roberteon lin
the firm of D. A. Robertaon &4 .o,.,
livery, was sold under process of law
Monday, R.. A. Beoker having pur.
chased same.

The firm interests have been In litt.
gation for several months., during part
of which time the business has been in
the hands of a receiver. The recelv-
ership, however, was dissolved several
weeks ago, during which time botth
partners, Becker Robertson, have been
in charge. The sale of Monday was
.made. un.ider a final decree, which
gives Mr. Becker the sole ownership of.
the business.
Narrow t.:eape of Patzengera*.
uliwoi'rd; ,. at AprI 6L.-LAn.enttTr
southbo:un i ss nif.''ger raint over tht
IRilehmmond, .rle rrk burg and. Foto
mat, ralh'oad was thrown from"' tht
tracl. near Ahland tonightht, a.d
ltriange to say not a passenger orft
-br o the crew w.a Injiured. Tthe catst
o_ the w"eck Is a thystery. rhe pa
seneBt wver brought here oe a spa
clal. arrilvting at 1 .' m.,. an. the north
bonnd train gtt otiwaa tent to t
well over. tite C*etsa ea ad Owio
The roal will be open byojilla :
: IAnett IEdwrds Vit t .Rom!
New "York, 'Aprtl Ot.--laeate
I.ttiance i lAttahe t' the h
tlus visits of t.he .t W I.ta 10
arl. 'anya ties L on:d.n.

3stMatiio of OMoers Followed
by 'ost Ejo8ble B quet.

The oProgram Comprised Speeches by
Leading Knights, arid Vocal Solos by
'Mrs. McKinstry-Table Laden With
.-.oo.d YTings.. ..: : .
One of the most enjoyable affairs
ever given t ider the auspices of Pl,-
grim Co0numindery', Knight T1oemplar,,
was. the installationn of ficers, which
was followed by a grand banquet Mon-
fdl y eY uini t g r i = 4 t 1 :g .' = P ;
The Knights, with their wives, fami-
lies and sweethearts, filqedthe Masonic
Hall, and were very deeply impressed
with the 'beautiful work of installing
,the offleers,
The following were'installed for the
ensuing term: E. 0., H. E. Taylor;
Gen.,. PA, Morrow; 0. G., W. R.,
Steokert ; S W,, N.W.Littlefield ,Sw.B,.,
Phllip Miller; Sentinel, L'. T. Roux;
Treasurer, Geo. W. Hyde.; Recorder,
A. M, Onshman.
At the cQntiusion of the installation
ceremonies: the Knights and their
guests repaired to the banquet room,
where an elegant spread was awaiting
During the evening speeches were
inade by Knights MoOlellan and Web-
ster and Mrs. J. F. "MoKinstry, Jr.,
delighted those present with a number
of beautiful vocal selections. This
lady possesses a rich, mellow voice,
and was never, in better condition than
on this occasion,

The Galtesville.Orchbstra was pres-
ent and rendeted some inspiring music,
and altogether the affair was one
which will live long In the memory 'cf
those who were so fortunate as to be

.... I Co ld .t "V .

'We hae oib heard of temperance
ro g.tore. temperance hotels, etc.,
but majy people never heard of a tem-
prane lumber_ yard. 4, tor t any
years -tient n o4tabititm3unt existedat
the coriier of Sevent$ and Carpeter
"tree ts where the la"ge` and bndsoMue
ipol0ce sat.tin now ataahds and which
was, er tteed maftlfy through the efforts.
of the lato Joseph I. Nobre, blect
coutncuimant from the Second ward,
saya A. L Synue in the -Pbtladelphbl
esres. R. IL" and 0. L. Nicholson
eoidlucted tbte iuber business there
aud hd a .large til.ttde, but would ,never
sell A toot of lItmber to: My0 one on-
z(ected. stit the iquor business if they
kaew it. o one oncasion a builderr,
Who tiltl lving, eaed 'there and
after uying a lot went Into the office
n la l down ithe moey. As the
lerk wast about to hand him the bill
he aisioe wi wre tt was to be sent and
W cib told that it rwait to bbe detiv
e*rt* to Ib.taeet atoon oat Sett sateet

to ui1 one connected wIth that bust
.. V+. w

dea Htu slaoeys was po~telt band-

e10 Mi OOaa ol4- e1 e. er Ri u
iaist'w was st.U at this lar Ar ~e.a
loth bt Ma.afr this '13*

A $un Subscriber Writes Interestingly
of That Little Town.
ditor Sun:. I will write a few
lines.. Hope-4t.will"not find ,its way to
the waste basket,
We. wish to thank dur honorable
Board of County Commissioners for
having our public roads worked. Jack-
son M. Brown has done more work on
them than has been done since they
were cut, and they were needing it
very badly.;
'I'h old Suwannee river is slowly
falling.' Look out, fish and frogs,!
Things were lively Saturday and we
had four steamers here.
We will soon have another black-
smith shop here.
The farmers are about through
planting their crops.
The young folks enjoyed a social hop
at Mr. Jones' Friday night. All re-
port having a fine time.
Mr. Davis is all smiles-it's a girl.
,We hope to soon have a daily mail
route from Fannin to Wannee, which

will be a great service
Success to The S un,

to us.
A SVusci.B9nR.

Fannin, April 6.

J.- U. Manning Purchases Nineteen-
Acre TrAct of Roberts Estate.
There is at leist one fortunate man
as theoresult of legal sales day Mon-
day.. That man is J. U. Manning of
North G-inesville, who purchased the
Roberts place, comprising nineteen
acres cleared and fenced, adjoining
his own property.
This property was sold by Special
Master Arnmons to satisfy a claim of
the Building and Loan Association,
and is among the most desirably lo-
cated and most fertile lands in this
In speaking of the purchase yester-

-R EA sD'S O 0 LE S0 S
New Designs in All Sizes.

A Full Assortment, iucluding
his Latest Patternis.

FREEZERS, and All,
Spring and SummO
S pe 0cI8



and Building Material
Sash, Weights, Cord, Rkrart"



day Mr. Manning stated that the as- .
quisition would be thrown into his NOTICE OP ADMINISTRA OR A.lJALE.
prese6it property, making a nice Notice il hereby venth thne a d
twenty-aore farm. He expects also to isd Feasintoer, de ed ilaot rvfie
erect on the ptemisesr three neat and on the sd day of Arin;. A. D. 10 8. ecoi
substantial houses for eatingg pur- or sae a..i.oer,
nruift. Property Woastti(?eeeeased. coastatiut 01.s
-- .poses., ___ _e__ ot _eecal were! catd le a1 s toei fi.xtuitii"
p R s -a .fullyequpped aww .i aT oatenaft SW
WORK PROGRESSES NIOELY. maa Pco' v, co ao ln' a e neoear A
-hine. v. v ci) P8a I .I 4ch. c1 a c eitt t l .ar .
.our-alde19an' ) aer, I stee ",b. 00 rsw
Walls of New Municipal Building As- toui.deer and P' er for a. I re e, ol aoow.
suming Big Proportions. tarve eioa:rer ralaonise, stae ott
heafnc uawr, sla saw, cut-off 'saw,
It has been only a few days since a. n-a"M, r owlo. bet ong
work was begun on the new munici.- VSe. r. sOaws .eospee oa des, ist
pal building, corner East Main. and 4-toe" P .v :p0e o r te
Zaist Masonic streets, but, with the" 1. ,. en'o P 'h.2P.i' ne0j. i',#. b. et"i
energy characteristic of the man, en lre an" dva s v,; h h.i io of tr i l
ltesa and Ket., 410OW ca Cut. tmtaier lewftj4i
Bricklayer MoMahan, undor the di- neceeMary < ,;r. .lck a aml latoisBf-r to.
reaction of whom the work is being iteloie weai be fouit tonoiietl. ote
done, is pushing it to completion as bate orsce. a see v;e imt't, anm e 0P
-. -vr will be o'yakb ",1' IOci u toe eon al" nn t'
rapidly as possible. t snere.iav. e 1" to e i ldwooe. aIst 0e
other of e xUlW ar &a,0 a" e
ew brickmasons in Florida are04 otherwise ,Inroa a,' a" t s
equal to' Mr. MoMahan, as reganrds .e1'em"ot' rwe orsoiat- p .si.teO s ltft it a
eithet ability or speed, and the con- said s;r. .'er-.ee,,smted b- 07e.
traet.rs.of this motion recognize this I"e C s OyI o
'. a e lu t i.e oave 'of eiur r
fact. It has been good-naturedly IIS1U.. r o. wi .th goo secur
charged that he handles the play A4dittrator-de boeri non of, the t
chunks' with such- rapidity that int _, .. Feater, .deee.e .;:"
some instances they have been known NOTICe FOnR PUBJIOATIO I.
to grow warm from triction. How- u, L Li omecat GoUalaW A
ever, we. will.leave the people to ae- I Not ee '-h t'n t' .
cept this statement for what it 's 'nae st r ha iie notice of e
Worth.-------- thto 'r o bl
A P o .nent Ministr RecoVmmend. 10 r : -... .- o,
Chambrltain's Colic, CholeraAand IMrL P. Niw orx Newberry ta.iV
Diarrhea Reynedy. 1K' **)for )I1t of Se'Uion m Tp. T 0*, it
Re, v, Franeis J. Dar idqon, pastor of lie sa .t* the follow. wlneest4 .
the, 8. Matthew Iaptlst church ad fk t land. nc e '
president of t .Thi4 District. Baptis.t rt~AtAlex.. IPerry r. :tA'P
.AlNelathiq, 271 ond St., Now Or- W. 0u Ro^us, es..
less, wriit4 a toIowDst "I
stei .hWabtat-' :ii:.'1 *, C hole r,------. ....-i
'11 crampsarid Th ntnretkr%13a4*lt bsobes.",
Vi0t6'a Vo.A.1 cour., qs




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g g g -.', R ", ""i "" %W. :.,ia.pl wsa w '.( **,'r ,-* t^ '
b r,, A Pl o aat potoa, L 'em"onw
.4.orWietai that.v teta na on

HOW eco' A""'':"." o---*l t e G ui l l Utovemehofdt(iuae.<.. ^,eit. .disea 80 Ql a 41,00.bottles a
f A aw udno ra o e ** a "... oreG.f Prbytare, poH r od y 1t, M le ny, G ta. Gi", I.

ected '^N Run-Ik1a* g*i h .1^cter. So
Coditio j9!. ) M. .e riroH"sw A R* ,wvdvices r0m 000aionl, ing Used Itwth i4oUy isa or reltt, aft
*Hme colc oor lot7$ *1 4 N *t WbSn iw Mr _*o toa a we hl--d -----le----
haplo "ed i rmadr .lt teoGo th lt ctte W e Aseas Wa ' a P>t BR

$ OO 4,i f,~l. r~uty eois;It for o uplbr.-o, .,,, y's L ni,,on .Heoa Dropss "Sga
...o..n L o..." I 'I _, finI"I. "f Ourt, Iiad vgoliie o0 l,, ho ntenets tI -ore thri, t 5, brnoMtl, t orha

eb t f ortt e or" A rt .-Mr. t is ubitn, and a ui box b' of th d all thro t a id nn r.,-scas .egant and e iabl.-1 .:
ete*..l.nte of th Anes Va.n Wei. k. ,"4 hrael v to in e a n a fresh d~ s W e ate drug I rpard only oley, A tla a, Ga. .

VRi 8 i .a-" i:, = tee4.c.,er tS DN',t ItnH began niWttt i
a~. o tt- lIq l : Wa toA inD. JNayOF M eW aa r- Governor stWarnth o tol .
... .e .of age, a bl "nde ad good l cooking. ho1te thie jobi. TlihlO water i.s r it
She at:rI4ved tii esey tty frem the draining off tIe Mai4i tl atatli o

e bS,'slen ug, ":.i0tMAI Irof.1 ..,te ve la tnib

a tera ouOt tye.-'nk one ot the, .matiof theht eT dy week theon tf W te. rit work.f
t ee: night,. nb en lN-bha "
went Scli~t o the bom nark. ch.a-r 'a g a m .o". e ws "ed hI anf tith o'. l the ":r" wlonatile it..

% l|t-and e tertaieded rogL Tplato w ou*f the bSioatx, Mnd .the oe)'*U1M t *n*L^nI
e Smse in bh a. rge as a t,,-for some yeiro,.ndrently hd work la completely ed me p-
;4 They Boere"at once dlireft been We st about lt dioe nt e .. pre nion Will oeeoo."0w eeek t*_

(1 t a ps- i't1 pyoun soteerletiy wee'l a week the t nd tt d frontWof ths,

bJ esae 'meroe ueatthe :ter PArC c -rlad, t crtya has been oWellBit ri o tha e and '
eli Ueti .. .: d eceied d t.. th A K E or in g...... btr T o w1
....bk'agag B. $8. ofhi y wtur- inre weat tle.. ay,'. it e Dte inet When Exlicr utenint *inovnin. WoR aNfc k"f.
paid t he moneyist all missin p r early, ieeLth i inch ratrehe dvbi nor Will P r yu a e. ,o ."y

t .S1ve 0 has spI t the ehtlrey yes tereli ey'in 'reltid 4a,00 0 ..- trte d' An..sta, o. Aprit .-l s pencil to "" '
'3 s n', rvelou&,tribute to ..f ; t.n d ao 8riv t0 'cloLeovkr the preart* he Huerl ha e efo a H Tilim tpl. ''. Suts P

nc; a slokstathls mornlf ial a nsti- deit arrived Kt teBi tioBiigtrlnhtr y o, d lnteut, 6oenor of South' "f "":sh -' *. IAG, *-..... .
bE -closed Ia.t o h italty Brnade,.. D tehjr a tt % the oe'nin ha ed n of the o
ty.$1.0,000 : d been received i lieN with people who .ka eted the 0it hli. morNin, oie i.Thurmond ".'

a it frbecame known. thAt 0 sidet wLit the lreside-t. "I wvnould f he t teium ethi city an Jnounared .
t" ""Icbeloev ( w k andk Ibe ie e It s k lling oflt G. Gteo n 4 editor O"

*ines had made away with :94.000 be sorry not to se( you enjo your! would be called on the 13th of this ...
he funds of the OCapltal Cty binkW aselvesit but d not let play interfere month. Ship t to nty expfi orice with privll
t was thavnderstrntck. Th'i with work. Do .thlngs .qutickly and It Is. stated that no o aange of venueha aao i il. *h rfreS n I@i1 ,.n ,.
came after banking bo3uraon $tt cheerfuully .oye,. remember in the has been asked by Tillimtan, who, it I1 *XAMmmf4 BPRS PAYI.G
d, &i It was feared that a ter- maniler you wish. to be, the nI4*e you undedstood, is anxious titr trial.
rivp would be made op th bank ae~na~orc W be athhmm. I would be Greet Interest has b3en manifested
4 tIrod on- t, med of a boy why was a bylly to in the approuadhnii trial it is statfdl f .-.
ted, the money en ( Atlanta. thie weak. hen you ply be ftar, that three wltnesea have boon si um S *
,; the poe torl. of th halk hlave but ~pld hard, Mnd then work hard St lioned by the defense, while ias m*any -AN A- &A.."A. '"J' ct
coe4 forward unheifttngt,, anmd 1'y your atndea. .I you get hurt, keep have been iupoen;ed by the p*roV ncU- ..-. .. .. .
poite ofr thousand. of dollar have on pl ying. -Work with your whole tioS
hii tid a magnificent c cadence in heart in all tliin . '
Shantk and its management. A the pres dent, left the auditorium DEER VISITS CHUftCH. .
Monig the largest depositors of the he was greeted with tremendous f---Predent a..- W. IV-i.MwIi I--, 8
mo inga wre: were:.p use. He wa *driven rapidly to the Pashed Through Alslas. and Then Dled e. d,14 G, Oa M, Pre ident. n.f.orce.l htoenig;1
',--nk Inmn, $50,000; Hoke smith stand Bwhich had be e reacted at the Prom --xhtaust l IM l I
t1h,000; J. J. & J. E, Maddox, 113,000; corner of Ninth treet and Phllips Natchei, MIsst., April t .-l-Trhe 1nom. ,
ry ehesng, 5,800; vnu, wher $,800 H Ph enue, where crowd of 0,000 peo0 bers of St. Mary'0 congrgtlon hadt a
tn (.,000. leTad assembled,. The prevalent moat ph cuiar orhrihlvc. (t High4 .
FTo.thees must be added very many was intairodudtd by Senator Kittridge msas yesterday when a lare, fine doe Ol W G Z VIIIII 'Z
te, the details of which could not and spoke om "'The Wrage' Worker ra. down Union street liato the iron T O Y OARTE BANK : ALAClw
certa. ned Pbeeanse the Tecivitg an4 thre iller of the Sotl." e w fence about the CoVthN C e Lverely IW
uro not tp to mention thm.. requeitly interrilptbd by pplause. ainranit seten. The doe obe I y, apt. *. . 0** '* $00 4
lh banrk opened at 8 o'clock, and DutagSi hI apeech snow began to fall, to the Oatrai -nd up iau down the and Undivaded 'Proflts.. V,0"" 0 I.
ti the r4openet doors there c m. a lut the ltreidentwwa clad in" a pea. Aile! among, the members the co*n-,
@@tw4. over.oL a, a* d was, well protected n gregao. nally ma Its way o a o r A ItTpiay."t sd ni elbowed their way said he wa glad tio be again in the out ruainlo at lhigh peep ad when ia uaa (eaJ eSS.e.
^t.the .blk, struggling .to obtain "banana belt iitch orated laughb two blocks from the Catheldl tell to :. *,'.
a .a Dit tne p-ling teller' win- tr. he ground and died In a tOW : 'lnut ................._t. ..___ .__... ___-_. '._ _...,_ _
...t athe window of the recei,-" At tb, co uaSioi op of hi. ,dtdeU tim s.' t oo had twm*d *dri.a Ibe el I: nm'. the r-.a "r..- --r i a....
OTpreeieDitial pty w dirtte 4to .the slP ba T pOAishe b Plato .t%.4
e rowd increased lomenetarily. Great Nor<.th.r: depot an at O *wam tihe river, cln.bed t tie bt il at the
ry Isow and theta some frightened. o'ctook ttis afternoon the trai, let' etir-eoit amt raced ftbieugh e F '''": ";'''*'^ 4
a-ed depositor would ra in tihe for Yankto:. | tret to ts cathedral. w
*Pnelpt pt thelonlne of O ra*el ef Morptiinl TIDPY TO 33 VICS P MIKNT. COTTON DEPARTMENT.
d -to tofli fidthe.Pyin. teller' !l .uM.lty U.,. Aprl L-- eoi '''
: than^ $500,000 in bills, gol and is .s POse tO be n. a to '0at W one in New VY ....
la(y pi6ed up on the long coun- atthe lNloesom .thl Yo Aprs t A aimd-rae -_A __
dts cS'agve of the payin tell of iorphi poeongi t 1 ^ so, chu has oeen foi lru y cit T Z ?. 0
te Oapltal Ofty ank was .. y ( .tat t 4I was. take with deIsi of $iai univre. ligibi in or Lt ,EM prg. or $tl% Lt ..
e'oner "Is t l e dal 0atest. (matwe. finmneru or Mernbe hip in wimi may be
time tn prophesi d by the l .roa. .. M ,lRU . .. up t.t.. A..f 4 ...... m.. W.a*.'. o ......i...f.e l *...
i. ?' v -. ,'. "j. i ll c irn".Of. .tb 1t.o-de ia "x tap tbuo .. ."r-..t Advances mado. u hot
directors of this bank said Toad at uJttle StocB kto met- made byyletter o h'e
Srevtr, "were remH liedy to back dttwtta y a- boo ye.r'lafe I S...i A l-
d-,000 and as much more if neces- maee1 t lh t who 4a114your fe t i tt w n.ew

tNobimodv .'ew0 to want 5n b<. m tdes at Gusaagueto. baa been charged agre to atay married ov twt C te
.i.M. TUA'LISM TAIBOED. by. the Moetllt go.twme :mltt h tie t n-i oit.tS wift, a ti i e .
.: -" .l^k of .st*iy* ttl V WtOi i 1 t.W lMt. i ,. -7a
fe .i itde .the Ree itoea. which yy requirement prvai.
E': s Ony Evi infrrt Ohe io t of time ointl. te It wis se-i hat time sotn 1 Pst.i ideut
eaiir. Afti Death. i object of the stUdy .is to dt eari P .lpas WAs ine 8o th Mtil*. m Lf .

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